Bather Dives to Death
Roy Hector, 22 years old, while bathing in One Hundred and Two river, near Savannah, dived and did not come up. He was rescued by Adolph Bishop and it was found he had struck some object and sustained concussion of the brain. He regained consciousness, but died three hours later.
Source: The King City Chronicle, 22 August 1913, p. 2