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At home in the water: swimming, diving, life saving, water sports, natatoriums - Page 158
by George Hebden Corsan - 1914 - 197 pages
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Swimming

Archibald Sinclair, William Henry - Biography & Autobiography - 1893 - 452 pages
...holding the ball, or to retain possession of the ball when ducked. (f) To jump from the bottom or push from the side (except at starting or re-starting) in order to play the ball or duck an opponent. (/) To hold, pull back, or push off from an opponent. (g) To turn on the back and kick at an opponent....
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The Encyclopaedia of Sport, Volume 2

Henry Charles Howard Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, Hedley Peek, Frederick George Aflalo - Fishing - 1898
...holding the ball, or to retain possession of the ball when ducked ; (e) To jump from the bottom or push from the side (except at starting or re-starting) in order to play the ball or duck an opponent ; (/) To hold, pull back, or push off from an opponent ; (g) To turn on the back and kick at an opponent...
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Swimming [a handbook].

Archibald Sinclair - 1909
...part of the game, unless for the purpose of resting ; (d) To interfere with an opponent or impede him in any way unless he is holding the ball ; (e) To...opponent ; (i) To assist a player at the start or restart ; (/) For the goal -keeper to go more than 4 yards from his own goalline ; (k) To throw the ball at...
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Swimming

Archibald Sinclair - Swimming - 1916 - 452 pages
...in any way, unless he is holding the ball; (e) To hold the ball under the water when tackled ; (/) To jump from the bottom or push off from the side...To hold, pull back, or push off from an opponent; (A) To turn on the back and kick at an opponent ; (/) To assist a player at the start or re-start;...
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Swimming ...

Frank James Sullivan - Swimming - 1918 - 96 pages
...holding the ball ; f) to hold the ball under water when tackled; g) to jump from the bottom or push from the side except at starting or restarting in order to play the ball or duck an opponent ; h) to hold, pull back, or push off from an opponent; i ) to turn on the back and kick at an opponent...
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