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Either Harvard or Brown will have posted its seventh swimming win of the season when Athletic leave the pool at the Indoor Athletic Building tomorrow night. If the Bruins lose it will be their fourth defeat. The Crimson has dropped but one meet this season.
It is loss, to Army, which provides the best measure of comparison between the two teams. Army defeated Brown 42-32 and downed the Crimson 43-32. The one-point difference leads Coach Hal Ulen to believe the match will be one of the closest home meets of the season.
Freestyle Events Close
Although Bruin Emile Gray is strong in the sprints and breaststroke, Coach Ulen expects most of the trouble in the 220 been 440-yard freestyle. Pete Wilson has been a Brown threat in the distance events all year, and Bob Burke will have to be at his best to insure a Crimson victory.
The varsity match, which starts at 8:30 p.m. will be preceded by a freshman meet against Brown at 7. The Yardlings will be looking for their fifth win.
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