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The past semester has been a memorable one in Tuley's swimming annals.
More than one record was shattered and several tied, although only three meets
were held. The semester was started by the Chicago University lnterscholastics,
in which three men entered-Appelman, Retsky and Fogan. Although none
placed because of bad starts and other handicaps, they all came close to making
During the semester. as every semester for the last five years, an interclass
swimming meet was held which. contrary to all traditions and customs. the Fresh-
man won. The second time, this was due to the fact that 'cT" men were not
permitted to swim and so the upper classes lacked material. Sonkin. a freshman
was high point man. Sonkin broke several school records and amassed an astound-
ing total of points to enable his class to lead. Johnson, another frosh also scored
heavily. Holstein and Greenspahn represented the juniors.
Another feature of the semester was the meet with the Hi-Y. At this meet,
Fogan, 'veteran breast-stroke came to the fore in his old style, and was high point
man, Collinet, another veteran coming second. The meet was easily won by the
school team even though many of the swimmers had not attended.
To Ben Edidin, swimmer and managerg to Retsky, Captaing and to Max
Appelman, veteran breast-stroke and carry man: to lVIeyer Fogan dependable
breast-stroke man: to Collinett. to Yetzner, to Sherman, To Roz, to Rothstein,
to Sonkin, and to johnson belong the credit for making this semester, one that will
stand out in Tuley's ever brilliant swimming history.
Following is an individual account of the men:
BEN EDIDIN as manager has done great things. He has worked and toiled,
striving to keep his men eligible, to gain meets-to run them successfully. Assist-
ant Manager last semester-Manager this semester, he has really and truly de-
served the "T" which he got. It is a pity that Ben Edidin leaves us.
LOUIS RETSKY, Captain has always been a great crawl man, always scoring
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