UAU Championships 1930

In May 1930 The Times reported a win for The University of Manchester in the UAU (Universities' Athletic Union - the equivalent of BUSA) championships. (Monday, May 12, 1930; pg. 7; Issue 45510; col C)

INTER-UNIVERSITIES' CHAMPIONSHIPS
Manchester, with a total of 40 points, won the annual Inter-Universities' Swimming Championship at Bristol on Saturday, Liverpool being second with 16 points, and Bristol and Sheffield tieing for third place, each with 12. The results were:-
100 YARDS (BACK STROKE). - J. C. Besford (Manchester), 1; J. Hazledean (Sheffield), 2. Time, 1min 17 3-5sec.
440 YARDS (FREE STYLE). - J. C. Besford (Manchester), 1; N. C. Cooms (Bristol), 2. Time, 6min 26sec.
NEAT DIVE. - A. Slinn (Manchester), 1; G. Grant (Birmingham), 2.
220 YARDS (FREE STYLE). - E. M. Gray (Manchester), 1; R. Green (Bristol), 2. Time, 3min 3sec.
100 YARDS (FREE STYLE). - J. C. Besford (Manchester), 1; J. Hazeldean (Sheffield), 2. Time 1min 3 4-5sec. A record.
220 YARDS (BREAST STROKE). - J. Hazeldean (Sheffield), 1; A. E. Duval (Liverpool), 2. Time, 3min 20sec.
50 YARDS (FREE STYLE). - A. Howard (Manchester), 1; J. Keeble (Bristol), 2. Time, 30 3-5sec.
LONG PLUNGE. - W. Blair (Liverpool), 1; A. R. McPherson (Birmingham), 2. 60ft. 9in. A record.
TEAM RACE. - Manchester, 1; Liverpool, 2. Time, 2min 35sec.