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TINWALD CLUB.

There was a large attendance at the swimming sports held -at Tinwald on I Thursday evening last arid the entries proved at record for club races. For the 25 Yards Handicap 35 entries were received, for the.22o Yards 14 and for the Ladies Handicap nine. Following are the results : -— Ladies Race (50 yards)—M. McMillan 1, A. Lusk 2. Seven started. A keenly contested finish between Miss McMillan and Miss Lusk resulted in the former securing the verdict by a narrow margin. 220 Yds Handicap (points to count for president's trophy)—V. Hawkes (50 sec) 1, J. Harris (scr) 2. Nine started. Allen, though in a good/position,- drew out 30 yards from home. Harris, | swimming strongly, just failed to catch Hawkes. " . 25Yds Handicap (points to count in j aggregate cup)— First heat: M. Steele jl, E. N. T. Reese 2. Six started. Second heat: D. Wilson 1, W. Clark 2. Seven started. Third heat: E. White 1, J. Miller 2. Seven started. Fourth heat: 11. Childs 1. W. Terris 2. Six started. Final: J. Miller (7sec) 1, R. Childs ; (3:\sec) 2, E. White (scr) .3. An exciting ■- finish resulted. Time — 20sec. v Ladies' Diving Competition (most | points in three dives)- —A. McMillan 1, N. McMillan 2.

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TINWALD CLUB., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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TINWALD CLUB. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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