The Cramp Of Swimmers
People are drowned by an attack of cramp because of the terror accompanying it, wheu the arms are invariably thrown up over the head- a sure way of going to the bottom. I teach even little children, from 5 years up, to propel thetnselves through the water with one hand only, r one f oot, or with hands or feet alone, and through f amiliarity with such movements, if an attack of cramp should overtake the swimmer, she will be prepared for the emergency and keep cool until a landing is effected, when a vigorous rubbiDg of the cramped muscles will make mattere all right. - Kate Bennett in Herald of Health.
Ann Arbor Register