Sport: Who Won, Apr. 9, 1934

¶University of Michigan's swimming team: the National Collegiate Athletic Association championship, for the fifth time in the last eight years; with 30 points to Southern California's 19, Yale's and Washington's 15; in Ohio State's $325,000 white ceramic-tiled pool; at Columbus. Jack Medica, University of Washington sophomore, won three individual championships (1500-metre, 220-yd. and 440-yd. free-style), set a new world's record (4 min., 46.8 sec.) for the 440-yd.


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