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Swimming Again Rates Tops Among Sports of Freshmen

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Swimming is again the most popular Freshman winter sport, nosing out its closest rival, squash, by eight points, according to a report just released by the Hygiene Department.

The water sport has 200 aspirants as compared with 192 for squash and 119 for crew. Compared to last year's statistics, all three of these sports increased their following this year.

Trailing swimming come the other 15 activities in the following order: squash, crew, special corrective exercises, basketball, track, hockey, fencing, boxing, wrestling, tumbling, volley ball, miscellaneous activities under doctors' care, gymnasium, polo, and managers.

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