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John Hawes of McGill won both backstroke events. He covered the 100 yard distance in a. new Canadian record time of 54.2 and the 200 yards in 1:59.4. Bill Kennedy also took the 200 yard butterfly in record time dropping 1.6 seconds off the previous mark. The new time stands at 1:58.3. Jim Adams won the 100 yards sprint freestyle in 48.5 but was two tenths of a seconds slower than last years record set in Waterloo by Carl Waterer. Waterer, who transferred from Saskatchewan to British Columbia this year switched from the shorter events to the distance freestyle. He won the 500 yard event going 4 : 50.9 some 6.1 seconds below the old mark while coming second to Toronto’s Mike Guinness in the 1650 (1 mile) freestyle. Guiness went a very fast 17:03.2 for the longest of events.
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The UBC Thunderbirds lead the west to victory at the CIAU swimming and diving championships at Lava1 University last weekend. The western swimmers from UBC, Aberta, Calgary, Saskatchewan and Manitoba squeaked out a conference title by downing the OUAA 493% to 484Y2. Quebec was third with 473 while the Atlantic Association went home with 105 points. This was the first time the western conference has won the championships. The winning team in the 21 school competition was McGill University who knocked off Toronto for the first time in six years. The Redmen. tallied 367 points to Toronto’s 345. UBC was third with 269 and Alberta was a close fourth with 265. This CIAU championship meet was by far the best since its inception in 1965. Some 13 of 16 CIAU records were broken, another tied and five Canadian open records broken. The only records not to fall were the 100 yard butterfly and the 200 yard individual medley. The 50 yard freestyle was tied by Toronto’s Jim Adams in a fast 21.9.. This is the longest standing College record being on the books1 since 1967. Alberta’s Doug Jamieson won the 200 IM in a time of 2: 03.0 and also tied Bill Kennedy of Western
By far the biggest improvement or drops in time was made in the breaststroke events. Bill Mahoney won both events for UBC. In the 200 yard brasse, as its called, Mahoney went 2: 14.6, an incredible drop of 5.2 seconds off the CIAU record. On Saturday he came right back to take the 100 yard brasse in 1:02.2 or 1.5 seconds below last year’s mark. One of the best races of’ the meet was the 200’ yard ‘style libre’ or freestyle, won by McGill’s big little man, Dave Johnson who went 1:47.8, good enough to down Mike Guiness and Ralph Hutton of Calgary, both clocked in identical times of 1:48.8. Johnson took twotenths of a second off the college record. Mike Morrow of Alberta won the 400 individual medley going 4: 24.1 or some 2.9 seconds faster than last years time. McGill took two of the three team relay events which were all swum in Canadian record times.
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