Article 054 c.1962
7 Marks Smashed 
in Swimming Meet
Seven Michigan age-group swimming records were broken Saturday as the Detroit Department of Parks and Recreation team won the inter-city holiday meet held at Patton Pool. Detroit had 334 points and the Dolphins of 

Dayton, O., were next with 160. Toronto, Toledo, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Lakewood, O., were represented among the 356 individual entries. Local swimmers accounted
for all marks. Lee Davis, who won three events in the girls' 11-12 division, swam the 200-yard freestyle in 2:18.6 andwon the 50-yard free in 28.7. Her other triumph came in the 50-yard butterfly (31.3). Lee's 2:18.9 bettered the time of Junelle Cunningham, of Dayton, wyho won her 200 in the 13-14 group in 2:19.8. It also topped Carl Boyd's 2:20.1 in the boys' 11-12 race. Other records were set by Carol Danboise (32.1) in the 50 free for girls 10 and under; John Savinsky (24.6) in the 50 for boys 15-16; Lynn Makkonen (5:20.4) in the 400-yard medley, and Detroit's 200-yard freestyle relay for boys 10 and under (2:16.7). Miss Makkonen clipped more than 27 seconds of the 1958 mark of Eileen Cross.

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