Everyone A Swimmer

Born near the end of World War I to German immigrants who settled in Chicago’s Albany Park, Kiefer was the fifth of eight children. Consoling him after a swimming loss, his father Otto predicted swimming heroics. “Sonny Boy,” he said, “you’re going to be the greatest swimmer in the world.”


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