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Paced by Eric Cutler and Bill Rines, the Freshman swimmers out-paddled Huntington School 56-10 yesterday at the Indoor Athletic Building.
In annexing their tenth straight victory, the Freshmen also broke two Freshman pool records. Eric Cutler swam the 200-yard free stroke in 2:05, one second under Bill Kendall's record. Bill Rines swam the 100-yard breast stroke in 1:12, cutting 1.2 seconds off Nat Lemke's previous record.
Diving--Won by Sagenkahn (II) 66.11 points; Read (H), second, 62.24; McCormick (Huntington), third, 57.93.
50-Yard Free Style--Won by Kendall (H); Griffen (H), second; Crosby, (Huntington), third. Time: 24.3.
100-Yard Backstroke--Won by Prymak (Huntington); Kenneday (H), second; Southwick (H), third. Time: 1:07.
100-Yard Free Style--Won by Urquhart (H); Conger (H), second; Hamburger (Huntington), third. Time: 59 seconds.
150-Yard Medley Race--Won by Harvard, (Wehle, Rines, Hewitt); Huntington (Prymak, Cutter, Thaxter). Time: 1:33.
200-Yard Relay--Won by Harvard (Dillingham, Goldwasser, Conger, Urquhart). Huntington (Billings, Walker, Frank, Hamburger). Time: 1:51.4.
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