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SWIMMING

A number of enthusiasts met on Saturday afternoon at the Roslyn and Kaikorai Swimming Club’s baths in the Kaikorai Valley. 'ITto president of the club (Mr A. Washer) said the gathering was merely called for the purpose of formally declaring the season open, and he could not expect many to avail themselvta of a dip so eaxly in the season. The bathe and grounds, a* could be seen, were in good condition, but he hoped that, in the near future, with the assistance of the City Council, other improvements would b© earned out, especially in the matter of accommodation for tho ladies. As CHIs was only the formal opening, arrangements would b> made to entertain the ladles smite afternoon later in the season. Amidst applause, he then declared the baths open, and wished the dub a successful season, after which several swimmers availed themselves of the opportunity to take m header.

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SWIMMING, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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SWIMMING Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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