Article 163 c.1962
State Preps
Make Swim
Frank Freeman of Dearborn Fordson High School tops several Michigan preps who  were selected to the National Inter- scholastic Swimming Association's All- America team. 
Freeman turned in the nation's fastest 100-yard breaststroke with a 1:01.7 clocking. Other breaststrokers named in the squad were Jerry Gorski of Detroit Visitation, Jim Hoyer of Dearborn and Dave Cushing of Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor, Thurston and Lansing Everett made the All-America 200-yard medley relay team list. Pete Adams of Birmingham Seaholm and Bill Watts of Royal Oak Kimball were the state's top 200-yard freestylers. Adams also was named in the 400 freestyle event. 
Dave Gibson of Saginaw Arthur Hill had the nation's second best time in the 50 freestyle (22 seconds compared to a top mark of 21.8) with Ken Wiebeck of Thurston seventh. 
Wiebeck also made All-America in the 200 individual medley, the 100 freestyle and the 100 backstroke. Divers named were Ken Heft of Seaholm and Chuck Stenback of Ferndale. 
John Musulin of Monroe was the only state All-America in the 100 butterfly with a fourth-best time of 53.6. Tom Coupe of Seaholm also was honored in the 100 freestyle, as was Doug Webster of Kimball in the 400 freestyle. 
Saginaw Arthur Hill, with the fourth- best time of 1:30.4, Ann Arbor, Birming- ham Groves and Seaholm, and Detroit Central placed teams in the 200 freestyle relay category.

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