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----....-.... SWANSEA Y.M.C.A.

BIG STSAEIR AT SWANSEA.

ABESAVO J AND TIE CHUftCS.

! !FOR MORRISTON'S YOUNG MEN.

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FOR MORRISTON'S YOUNG MEN. MEETING DECIDES TO FORM A CLLB. The Forward Movement Minor Hall, Morriston, was packed on Wednesday even- ing in response to the invitations on be- half of a young men's club. Mr. J. Mere-I dith presided, and said the meeting augured well for the future prosperity of the asso- ciation. If young men's institutes were a success elsewhere, then why not at Morris- ton? He hoped the one proposed uld be the means of providing recreation, social intercouise and edification for a large de- gree- Mr. T. M. Williams (sec. pro. tem.) hoped the association would be run on a broad-minded Christian basis. The nar row-mindedness of similar associations .11: the past had proved to be their failure. Mr._ Trevor Evans (auctioneer) said :t was high time to have some counter attrac- tion to bring young men from the streets. Messrs. H. M. Pease, J. Syd. DavieB (Glyncollen), Grey Morgan B A T«« Joseph, W. Fish or Williams,' etc. spoke, ylT- + 7u9S <GJy?coI!en) formally proposed that the association should oe formed, Mr. J. l\-i.ere<iitli also moving that it be affiliated to the Y.M.C.A., SI Mr | Syd. Davies proposing that the minimum age be 14. A committee was formed consisting 0f the following :— Messrs. Grey Morgan, B.A., Trevor Evans (auctioneer), Syd. Thomas. Joe Joseph. Ernest G. Owen (soli- citor), T. W. Rowe, Wm. Jones, W. R. Arnold. W. A. Jones. D. J. Thomas, J. Syd. Davies (Glyncollen), J. Humphrey Thomas, Tom Craven, R. A. Pring (Brit- ta.nic Assurance Co.), Ivor Griffiths, W. F. Williams, Tom James, W. Williams, T. Cole Joseph, Evan Williams, Jim Edwards (Morriston cricketer), Ed. G. Yagg, M. J. Pearse, Will Evans (Alliance C.C.), with j r. John Meredith as chairman, and Mr. T. \1. Williams as hon. secretary.

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SWANSEA YOUTH'S DOWNFALL -

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