Army also defeated host Navy, 248.35-228.30, for its sixth consecutive victory over the Mids in gymnastics and the undefeated Cadet pistol squad (8-0) handed Navy its first loss in two years.

The Cadet gymnastics team, 7-1, won all six events and was led by George Rhynedance, who took firsts in vaulting (9.65) and the high bar (9.4). gNavy (6-5), received its only individual first from Don Crump in the floor exercise (9.00).

Army's Doug Dinon had 801 to help register a 7775-7614 victory at West Point and snap Navy's 14-match pistol streak which dated back to a loss to Army two years ago.

Navy sophomore Bernt Oydna carded 802 for match scoring honors, but he was no match for the Cadet depth.

In squash, Navy (8-4) beat Army for the 10th time in 11 years, 5-4, after No. 4 Kevin Hopkins, 4-7 for the season, rallied from a two-game deficit and 11-14 disadvantage in the third game, to win the third game, 16-14, and the remaining games, 15-12 and 15-11, over Russ Berkoff at West Point.

Navy (5-2) topped the Army (8-2) rifle team for the fifth time in six years, 5650-5609, behind freshman Jim Hudson's 1144 and Al Wencl's 1142 at Navy. Army All-American Bob Jacobs was next at 1136.

Navy swimmers finished 7-6 by defeating Army (10-2), 62-51, at Annapolis. The Mids captured the top two spots in the 500-yard freestyle and 200-yard backstroke and took the day's final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay to win.

At Navy, freshman 167-pounder John Reigh recorded his 15th pin of the year to help the Mid wrestlers (18-5) to their 16th straight triumph over Army, 29-7.

Including a draw between the two military academies in last week's indoor track meet, Navy won the winter sports competition, 4-3-1.