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SWIMMING TEAM TO BE GIVEN MAJOR LETTERS

THIS IS FIRST TIME MERMEN HAVE EVER WON TITLE

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Members of the swimming team which defeated Yale 39-36 on Saturday night in the Harvard pool breaking a thirteen year record of consecutive victories on yale's part will be awarded a Major 'H' in Minor Colors.

A Major 'H' in Minor Colors is awarded to any member of a Varsity minor sport team who wins an individual National or Intercollegiate championship; or to each member of any National or Eastern Intercollegiate championship team.

Those given letters are Donald Barker '38, Raymond T. Benedict '38, Dario C. Berizzi '38, Franklin W. Coleman, Jr. '38, Captain John J. Colony, Jr. '37, Graham Cummin '38, L. Martin Forbush '39, E. Russell Greenhood '39, Charles G. Hutter, Jr. '38, A. Gregory Jameson '37, Orrin G. Keller '39, Donald N. McKay '38, James S. Munroe '38, Harley L. Stowell, Jr. '38, and Manager MacDonald Deming '37.

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