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Harvard's Freshman swimmers are definitely the underdogs as they take on the Yale '43 team in New Haven tonight at 7:00 o'clock.
Even though the Crimson has but one tie to mar its second's record, the Yale performances have demonstrated that there should be an emphatic Blue predominance this evening. The chief Eli threats are Danny Dannenbaum, a Varsity calibre backstroker, Jack Pulleyn, holder of the Princeton pool 50 yard record, and Frank Lilley, sprinter. With their teammates, these men have won 11 straight meets.
Captain Bus Curwen, of the Yardlings will be the Crimson's strongest contender in the free-style events, while Sandy Houston is the '43 team's breastroke standout.
Other Freshmen who will journey to New Haven are Hal Stubbs, Frank Webster, Brad Patterson, Fred Whoriskey, Jay Ach, Hal Dearing, Bob Emerson, Jack Germain, Johnny Murphy, Bill Stires, John Allyn, and Manager Kiely.
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