First swimming try-outs RDNEWS 12-8-60. Chuck Shom, Coach

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First swimming try-outs RDNEWS 12-8-60.  Chuck Shom, Coach - 11 in in Photo) to Hodag Tankers to Stage...
11 in in Photo) to Hodag Tankers to Stage Intra-Squad Show Friday season. star carries 155 by attempts. in in to has An intra-squad meet will open the 1960-61 season for the Rhinelander Hodag swimming team at the RUHS pool tomorrow night as Coach Chuck Shom's boys prepare for a six nreet schedule. The public is invited to attend Friday's event which will get underway at 7:30 p.m. The admission charge will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students. Coach Shorn reports the teams, comprised of Hodag swimmers divided into green and white units, are evenly matched and this should be an exciting meet. Those who have never witnessed a meet before are especially urged to attend. A running 1 account explaining the meet will be given. The boys have been working hard and Coach Shorn feels that good attendance at the meets promotes effort and builds squad moral. Lineups Announced. The teams for Friday's meet are as follows: White—50 yard free style, Ron Dalson and Biff Taylor; 50 special, Grain and Ed Riopel; 100 fly, Mike Cahak and Jim Olson; 200 free style, Carl Strippel and Jim Kinney; 100 back stroke, Jim Coates; 100 breast stroke, Howard Brown and Pass; 100 free style, Bill Lader and Ron Dalson; diving, Jim Kinney; individual medley, Howard Brown; medley relay, Coates, Brown, Cahak and Miller; 200 free style relay, Kinney, George Nystrom, Strippel and Dalson. Green—50 yard free style, Bob Kabel and Barry Wentz; 50 special, Rick Wittrock and Tom Busch; 100 fly, Jud Olson and Ur- quardt; 200 free styJe, Paul Cooper and Ken Gates; 100 back stroke, Steve Jensen; 100 breast stroke, Glen Lundin and Ron Robertson; 100 free style, Bob Kabel and Barry Wentz; diving, Miller; individual medley, Jim Olsen; medley relay, Jensen, (Robertson, Jud Olson and Bob Kabel; 200 free style relay, Jud Olson, Cooper, Jim Olson, Wentz. Brown Leader. Howard Brown is leading in the Wisconsin River Swim, which is a contest being conducted for members of the team. The total number of lengths a boy swims each night is recorded and totaled at the end of the week. Lengths are converted into miles and are plotted on a map of the Wisconsin River wiith Rhinelander the starting point. The boy swimming the furthest by Jan. 31 will receive an award. Brown presently has a total of 1,498 lengths or 22 miles, which brings him to Tomahawk on the map. Coach Shorn reports that the contest promotes individual effort over and above the required workouts each night. Following Brown in the race are Strippel, 19Vi miles; Robertson, 18Vi>; Wentz, 16»<>; Nys'trorn, 15&; Jud Olson, l5Vi; Jensen, 14; Lundin, 13^; Kabel, 13; Jim Olson, 12; Kinney, 12; Cooper, 11; Dalson, 10; Cahak, five, and Pass, four. Bill Lader and Ken Gates are leading the freshman squad in the same event with 17 Vfe miles each followed by Taylor, 16; Busch, 16; Coates, 13; Riopel, mi; Wittrock, i3; Urquardt, five, and Crain, two. Rhinelander's 'first meet with outside competition will be Satur* day, Dec. 17. The Stevens Point swimmers will visit the RUHS pool for a meet set to start at 3 p.m. Hawks Bow to Pistons,113-83 By The Associated Press In these days of high-scoring games the news that a Nationa Basketball Association team scored only one field goal in quarter transcends such top in dividual performances as 4 points by Adolph Schayes and 3 by Oscar Robertson. It happened Wednesday nigh when the St. Louis Hawks, pace setters in the NBA's Western Division, tallied only one goal an- a total of eight points in the sec ond quarter as they bowed to the Detroit Pistons 113-83. Schayes scored 40 in leading the Syracuse Nationals to a 142-13 triumph over the Boston Celtics And Robertson came uv with 3 in Cincinnati's 114-112 decision over the Los Angeles Lakers. After playing to a 23-23 dead lock through the first quarter, th Hawks' attack came to a virtua standstill. Detroit ran its advan tage to 34-24 before Cil'ff Hagai connected with St. Louis' Ion goal of the period. Notre edged Conference and Utah for 76-54 er the field beat ence ago its its Fine man

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 08 Dec 1960, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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