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In a meet designed as a lineup for approaching contests with improved Columbia and Brown, the varsity swimmers had little trouble last night with Springfield College. The final was 53 to 22.

Captain Joe Fox captured his 50 and 100-yard specialities easily, with Springfield showing most of its strength in the dives and breaststroke. The Gymnasis' Pat Huddleston kept his undefeated record clean with an easy diving victory.

In an afternoon meet at Andover, the freshmen lost to the Academy, 41 to 34.

The summary:

300-yard medley--won by Harvard (Steinhart, Vichman, Watkins). Time: 3:01.6.

200-yard free style won by Borke (H); second, Kinney (H); third, Malthaner (S). Time: 2:15.8.

50-yard free style--won by Fox (H); second, Brown (H); third, Jones (S). Time: 23.6 sec.

Diving--won by Huddleston (S); second, Johnson (H); third, Manheim (H). Points: 93.03.

100-yard free style--won by Fox (H); second, Kong (S); third, Sachnoff (H). Time: 52.9 sec.

150-yard backstroke--won by Steinhart (H); second, Woods (H); third, Arnold (S). Time: 1:40.6.

200-yard breaststroke--won by Hoofler (S); second, Vielman (H); third, Candido (S). Time: 2:32.8.

440-yard free style--won by Malthaner (S); second, Tolf (H); third, Kinney (H). Time: 5:05.

400-yard relay--won by Harvard (Watkins, Stone, Brown, Fox). Time: 3:36.9.

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