Sport: Records: Apr. 16, 1928

In a swimming pool at Miami Beach, Mrs. Lottie Moore Schoemmel, kept alive by tea, oranges, boullion, sandwiches, omelets and coffee, swam for 32 hours, breaking by an hour a world's record that had stood for 47 years.

Robert Tyre Jones Jr., in business in Atlanta with his father, entered suit on behalf of his client, Grover Hartley, onetime catcher of the Giants, against the Georgia Railroad for $25,000, saying that a flagman lurching through the aisle of the car stepped on Hartley's big toe.

"In three years there won't be a sandbox on any course. Everyone will use wooden tees. One company...

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