Article 151 c.1966
Detroit Girl Sets
Swimming Mark
in London Meet
LONDON, Ontario, Jan. 22-
Joanne Scarborough, of the Patton Tiger Sharks from Detroit, set a meet record of 2:35.5 in winning the women's 200-yard breaststroke Saturday in an inter- national age-group and open swimming meet.
The American squad earned a 279-144 triumph over the Canadian opposition.
Miss Scarborough also swam a leg of the winning 400-yard medley relay that was clocked in 4:22.3 and finished third in the open 200 freestyle.
Bill Beiser, of Patton, won the 100-yard breast- stroke for 13-14 year olds with a time of 1:06 that set a Canadian open mark.  He also was on the winning 200 medley relay. 
Robin Rusis, of Garden City, was second in :39.4 in the 10-and-under girls' 50-yard breaststroke.  Patty Finn, of Motor City Club, finished third in the 100 freestyle for 10-and-under girls with a time of 1:09.9

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