SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, 1927
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEISSMULLER SWIMS FASTEST
100 YARDS IN MAN'S HISTORY,
4 Assoned Prcss) for human beings to "break" 50 sec-
NEW YORK, Jan. 8.-Johnny Weiss- onds for the 100-yard dash.
muller, lanky aquatic star of the Illi- According to Dean's report, Weiss-!
nois Athletic club, was credited today muller was timed by six watches,
withswiniming the fastest 100 yards two of which snapped him in 49 3-5.'
in history. This was revealed when The other four caught him in 49 4-5.!
the Amateur Athletic union received Since the performance was made!
telegraphic requests from Charles A. in a 20-yard pool, it cannot be offici-
Dean, I. A. C. official, to recognize a ally recognized as a world's record by,
mark of 49 4-5 seconds, made last the International Amateur Athletic
night, and bettering Weissmuller's Federation, which requires a pool not
own accepted world's record by two less than 25 yards long for record-
ane one-fifth seconds. breaking performances. Nevertheless,
A. A. U. authorities stamped the it will be recorded as an Americanf
'performance as one of the most re- "20-yard course" record and recog-
markable in any branch of competi- nized as the fastest for the distance.
tion in years. It had been consider- Weissmuller's previous mark for this
ed "impossible" by swimming experts size pool ws 51 2-5 seconas made in
1924 at Omaha. His accepted wor'ld's
record of 52 seconds flat was made at
San Francisco, Aug. 10, 1925.
KHARKOV, Ukrania.-Ivan Zaybev,
known as the Ivan the Terrible, lead-
er of a band of desperadoes, charged
with more than 100 murders, was con-
demned to death.
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