Sport: Males in Water

In New York Athletic Club's swimming pool, the ablest male swimmers in the country gathered last week to compete in the Amateur Athletic Union's annual national indoor championships. After three days, eleven titles had been decided, seven records had been broken, and, from the glass-green water through which they had been splashing, three young swimmers had emerged who, in 1936, may well be competent to dispute the complete supremacy in short-distance races which Japanese swimmers established in the Olympic Games of 1932.

Titles. To observers who hoped to see him regain his title...

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