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Swamping a capable Adams team in the first House swimming meet of the year, Kirkland won five of the six events in the contest at the pool yesterday afternoon. Dunster, scheduled to complete, defaulted.
Kirkland lost only the 50 yard free stroke to the Gold Coasters when Stearns nosed out Ruppa in 26.3 seconds. Barnard, Robinson, Mathis, and Brody pulled a little slam for the Deacons when they carried off the dive, 100 yard freestroke, 100 yard backstroke, and 100 yard breastroke. Final points tallied gave Kirkland '38 and Adams 18.
A swimming meet between Eliot vs. Leverett, vs. Lowell also took place at the Indoor Athletic Building.
Lowell at first seemed all set when its swimmers won the medley relay from the two competing teams. But Leverett began a victory run by coming in first in the 50 yard freestroke.
With the exception of an Eliot win in the dive and the 100 yard backstroke, and Lowell's conquest of first place in the 100 yard free stroke, the rest of the events were won by the Bunnies. Final points of the match were Leverett 40, Eliot 17; Eliot 31, Lowell 25; and Leverett 39, Lowell 17.
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