Pete Dillingham, the Crimson's lone entry, flubbed only one dive in both the one and three meter events in the A.A.U. national indoor swimming championships this weekend, but that was enough to eliminate him in the preliminaries both times. Skip Browning of Texas swept both events getting 619 points in the three meters and 534.55 in the one meter to assure him top place of the Olympic prospects. Bob Kiphuth's New Haven Swim Club, composed of Yale freshmen, varsity, and alumni swimmers, won the team championship for the second year in succession.
The 300-yard medley relay has yet to be decided: Yale was pronounced the winner although Ohio State was clocked in a better time. Both teams were well under the world's record time.
A meet record in the 100-yard breast-stroke fell to John Davies of Michigan with a time of 59.2. He also broke Bob Brawner's American record in the 220 yard breaststroke with 2:29.3.