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Winning every event but one, Coach Bob Muir's Freshman swimmers took an easy victory from the Tech freshmen at the Indoor Athletic Building Saturday afternoon.

The summary:

200-yard relay--Won by Harvard; R. G. Dorr '36, T. H. Dowd, Jr. '36, R. C. Johnson '36, W. W. Jeffers '36. Time--1 min., 52 2-5 sec.

200-yard breast stroke--Won by Vonnegut (T); second, S. M. Bessie '36; third, H. E. Jahn '36. Time--3 min., 1 2-5 sec.

50-yard free style swim--Won by J. M. Timken '36; second, Furniss (T); third, W. F. Read '36. Time--26 3-5 sec.

220-yard free style swim--Won by B. Y. Ryan '36; second, R. O. Hein '36; third, Vicla (T). Time--2 min., 37 1-5 sec.

100-yard backstroke--Won by C. N. Breed, Jr. '36; second, P, McC. Henry, Jr. '36; third, McCormick (T). Time--1 min., 10 2-5 sec.

100-yard free style swim--Won by R. G. Dorr '36; second, Timothy Fuller '36; third, Chapper (T). Time--1 min., 3 1-5 sec.

Dive--Won by Bernard Merriam, II, '36, 60.6 points; second, C. S. Richards, Jr. '36; third, Furness (T).

150-yard medley relay--Won by Harvard; C. N. Breed, Jr. '36, D. H. Pabst '36, J. L. V. Bonney, Jr. '36; Tech, disqualified.

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