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MERMEN THREATEN TO DROWN M.I.T

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Coach Hal Ulen's nataterial side show led by Captain Franny Powers invades the brand new M.I.T. pool tonight at 8 o'clock highly favoured to leave the Bollermakers from along the Basin hanging on the splash gutters and gasping for breath, if respective clockings to-date carry any weight.

In their only encounter so far this season, the Engineers went down to defeat at the hands of a mediocre Lord Jeff squad from Amherst.

Against such a calibre of opposition and due to the fact that the season is still in its infancy, Natateacher Ulen will undoubtedly experiment as much as possible using his ace swimmers (i.e., Captain Frannie Powers, Lonny Stowell, Bus Curwen, and Bill Drucker) only sparingly and inserting green men in order to give them meet experience.

Probably the closest race of the evening will be the fifty-yard free style in which the fastest Tech man should easily do 25 seconds flat. Ulen has five sprinters who hover around this mark, anyone of whom might be used tonight. They include Stowell, Ted McNitt, Tom Godfrey, Tom Shrewsbury and Dave Stearns.

Bob White, converted only Monday from a free style distance man to a breaststroker is Ulen's most dependable butterfly artist. Bill Drucker and Dick Harris will constitute the backstroke combination while Shaw MacCutcheon and Brad Patterson will do the diving.

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