Swim Coordinator Really Teaches (Jun, 1936)
Swim Coordinator Really Teaches
WHEN learning to swim, so many people emulate a wet hen that they get nowhere at all. But with the new “Swim-Co-ordina-tor the novice is assured of learning the right way to swim from the very start.
You lay yourself on the apparatus, as Bernice Claire is doing in the illustration, and by turning the hand cranks your arms and legs move up and down in exact duplication of the American crawl. Thus, after one or two lessons in “dry land” swimming, even those who have never swam before can handle themselves capably in the water. The device is installed at the Hotel Sheldon Pool, Gotham.