Sport: Who Won, Apr. 8, 1940

> The University of Michigan: the National Collegiate A. A. swimming meet; for the fourth year in a row; with a total of 45 points; humbling the teams of 35 U. S. colleges and nosing out Yale, its traditional closest rival, by three points; in Yale's magnificent Payne Whitney Pool, at New Haven. Tied with its host in the halfway standings, Michigan clinched the championship in the very last event on the two-day program with a world-record-breaking 3:31 in the 400-yd. free-style relay.

> David Freeman of Pasadena, 1938 national junior tennis champion: the...

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