Article 032 c.1962
Adams Sets
2 Records
in Defeat
Pete Adams broke two pool records at Redford yesterday, but his efforts and those of John Savinsky, another double winner, couldn't win a dual swimming meet for Pershing.
Outscored 6-5 in firsts, Redford had eight seconds and edged Pershing, 57-48. Adams swam the 200-yard freestyle in 1:58.2 and the 400 in 4:20.1 for Redford pool marks. Savinsky took the individual medley and 100-yard butterfly. Jim Dillon, of Redford, led in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle.
Public School League champions Ricky Skarbo and Dennis Manrique teamed with George Saldana for six firsts as Western defeated Mackenzie, 62-43.
Skarbo, the backstroke title-holder won his specialty in 60.2 seconds and the 50-yard freestyle in :24.9. Manrique won the 100-yard breastroke, in which he's the champion, in 1:11.8 and the 100 yard freestyle. Saldana set the pace in the 200 and 400-yard freestyle races.
Cooley swept 11 firsts and dunked Ford, 83-22. Doubles were scored by Fred Velohuis in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle and Ken Karasick, 200 and 400-yard freestyle. 
Disqualification of its medley relay for jumping prevented Denby from winning all events in a meet with Central. Denby was the victor, 75-25. Dick Hammond set a pool record of 24.3 seconds for the 50-yard freestyle and won the 100-yard butterfly. Cass defeated Eastern, 59-42. 
Cody swimmers led in eight events and won from Chadsey, 60-42, and Mumford beat Southeastern, 61-34. 
Victory in the 200 yard freestyle relay enabled Dearborn to nose out Lincoln Park, 55-51. 
Jay Osrowske set a Lincoln Park pool record as well as a Dearborn High mark of 2:14.5 in the 200-yard individual medley. He also won the 400-yard freestyle in 4:14.3.
John Cook, Bob Roughly, Dan Barker and Randy Young composed Dearborn's freestyle relay which nosed out Lincoln Park by three-tenths of a second, winning in 1:39.7.

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