A guard at the University of Kansas in the 1930s, Sklar was named to the American Jewish World's Jewish All-America team in 1935.
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Sklar was a three-year starter for the Kansas Jayhawks, including his sophomore season in 1933, when the team had a record of 5-4-1 (2-3-0, fourth place in the Big Six Conference). The following year, the team finished 3-4-3 (1-2-2, fourth in conference), and then in Sklar's senior season, they finished 4-4-1 (2-2-1, third). During his career, Sklar was named to the AP (Associated Press) All-Big Six first team as a junior and senior.
Sklar played guard at the University of Kansas, 1933-35.
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Washington Post, December 1, 1935
New York Times, December 5, 1935