Swimming and Life Saving Standards for Summer Camps as Prepared by Swimming Committee of the National Association of Directors of Girls' Camps

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New Jersey Law School Press, 1920 - Lifesaving - 8 pages
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Page 4 - Students must be at least 16 years of age and must have passed the sixth standard.
Page 3 - Form Swimming. The Sullivan rules for form swimming as the standard definition of the scope and content of all fundamental strokes were adopted at the Boston meeting of the National Association of Directors of Girls
Page 2 - These standards were prepared under the direction and supervision of the Swimming Committee of the National Association of Directors of Girls' Camps. This committee began its work of standardization by establishing the first annual intensive Training School for Swimming Counsellors of Summer Camps. This school was conducted at Camp Tahoma, Pike, New Hampshire, June...
Page 4 - Each hold must be broken at least three times in correct form and against real opposition. 8. Perform a surface dive in at least 7 feet of water and bring up a human subject from bottom in side-stroke carry. 9. Unconscious, or slightly resisting subject carry: Swimming, 25 yards on side, using scissors kick and one arm; carrying subject with other arm, subject's head resting on carrier's side. 10. Tired swimmer or cramp carry: Swimming 25 yards, subject lying on back with arms straight and hands...

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