Article 091 c.1962
Adams Cuts 
:51.3 From 
Swim Mark

Pete Adams retained the State AAU one-mile swimming championship yesterday at Patton Pool by shattering his own record with a clocking of 19 minutes 41 seconds. 
The Pershing High junior, who won two state high school freestyle titles, eclipsed his old mark by 51.3 seconds.
Adams was trailed by Patton teammate John Powser, and Allen McDaid, of the Northwest Aquatic Club. Both of their times also bettered the former mark of 20:32.3. Powser was timed in 19:58.9 and McDaid in 20:15.5. 
Records also were set in each of the other three age bracket events. Doug Webster repeated in the 13-14-year-old class as an entry of Coach Harry Hauck's host pool delegation.  His clocking of 20:24.3 erased his former mark of 21:53 flat. Webster was trailed by Lester McCormick (22:14.1) and Rich Szuba (22:27.7. 
Greg Golin, of Northwest AC, upset defending champion Mike Vizena, of Fitzgerald Swim Club, in the 11-12-year-old event with a clocking of 21:48.2. Bob Foley, a teammate of Golin, was runner-up in 22:56.5 and Vizena, who set the old mark of 23:49.8 last year, placed third in 23:09.
John Szuba, of Patton, took the 10-and-under honors in 25:28, trailed by Steve Roxborough, of Kalamazoo, with 25:44.2 and Tom Koch of Patton, 27:05.5. Last year John Allred set the previous mark of 25:54.9


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