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THE 'ICHIGAN DAILY

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
9 + ® ing Away Y"cation Meting of. Gar e vle business staff
at 5:00 o'clock today.
Go away like a.Prjnce. Senior lits' canes may be secured
in Tappan hall from 4:30 to 5:00
Yozz can do it for a Modorate price. 'clock today.
A su shapedand ed tofit on Girls' Glee club rehearsal at New-
you ad taoiote~~t~nware in accord berry hall Wednesday at 4:00 o'clock.
with your own'ideas by our expert tai-
y rThere will be no meeting of the
7 lormeti, Will orit: i} uto ydut Plessure Women's League Friday.
and profit. Meeting of Gargoyle editorial and
That very bet girl at home has an art staff this afternc on, Tuesday, at
Thatver bes gil a hom ha an 5:00 o'clock. r
eye for the fellow with smart tailored
clothes. It is noneto' earl to oder HURON'S DEADLY UNDERTOW
it you don't want to B disappointed CLAIMS THREE MORE VICTIMS
when the T-rain" ixl§Otut.
(Continued from page 1.)
Suits to Order, O up mighty undercurrent.
Sole Survivor Tells Tragic Tale.
"There we were in total darkness
standing on some kind of a. stone
shelf," is Miss. Hicks' story, as she
604 East Liberty Malcolm Block told it following her rescue. "Our
cries soon. brought us together
and we stood there-with the water
up to our shoulders-holding on to
each other. A few inches above my
ram M "-h i'' A n , v~r o'khead was a cement floor. I could
touch it. ' The boys told us to keep
QFFI;CIAL PRINTERS TO TIE UNIVERSITY our mouths closed, but I didn't. I
shrieked as loud as I could, hoping
AND to make myself heard."
PrInters of ;Stu dent Pu-blications "Bacon said he was going to swim
__________around and see if he could find an
opening somewhere. He jumped off
See Us when you want somjthing line in Dance the ledge but the current brought him
and Banquet Programs..~
back. Then Crandall tried it. But
Press Builing Telephone 27 it wasn't any use. I began to shriek
louder. Ella was crying and saying
something to Bacon that I couldn't
hear.",
BMAY SIC FESTIVAL Wesstood there for ages. We
1 , MAY -M su 501b,1 " ; " V/'Lknew what was coming, but tried to
Four Days Hill Auditorium Five Conoerts cheer one another by joking. It was
sad business trying to joke and
scream for help at the same time."
iEiEL E ®1 ATi 1 f' @ i "Then Bacon said that he saw a
RS V SE, W light. That rightened us because
UNIVERSITY SCHOwOe thought he was going insane and
'$U.00,R$2.00, o . "'awas seeing things. Ella cried more
$3$0g1 00 and I shrieked louder. Bacon insist-
Pre-Festival tckets must be exe auged olerwise d that he saw lights and swam out.
- 'I've got it!' he cried, 'A trap
Rescue Was Once Near at Hand.
"We could see lights coming
through a trap door. He pushed with
W i, _,th 2W5 Cal- his might but the' door didn't
Wo d . Wi2t " move.
"Bacon came back to us. There is
a blank after that. I remember be-
coming aware that there were only
three of us. Poor Bacon was the
first to go. There was a splash and
I knew that Crandall and I were
-e C O V e r -alone. I'guess Ella didn't care much
w®'ether she was rescued or not after
Bacon" was gone."
"Then I gathered all my energies
and put them into one horrible shriek.
Ages afterwards I heard someone
tearing at some boards. The noise
seemed to be miles away. Then there

Somebody spoke and I answered. I
don't remember what.
"I have a hazyrecollection of grab-
bing a rope and of somebody's tying
it about me. Someone began to- pull.
I felt myself leaving my companion.
I reached for him but he pushed me
away. Then I called to him to wait."
The mechanics at the power house
yesterday told that they had heard
cries but had not been able to locate
them. Several went outside the build-
ing but found nothing Finally some-
one telephoned for Operator Walter
Yost.
Plant Operator Tells Story.
"I was at supper", said Mr. Yost,
"when they called me., I hurxied to
the plant and went right down to the
cellar floor. I pulled up the trap door
nearest the wall but found nothing.
The cries continued and I.pulled up
a trap door in another part of the
floor".
"Then I heard the cries of the girl.
I spoke and the two answered me. I
threw the rope in although I can't
explain how it ever got to them. I
pulled and dragged the girl up
through the hole. In the meantime
I kept talking to the man and as soon
as I got the rope off of :her body I
threw it back in. Nobody answered
my calls."
MissHicks was taken to the home
of Operator Yost near the power
house where medical aid was sum-
moned. She was removed to her room
yesterday and her parents notified.
Her mother arrived a few hours later
but returned to Detroit last night.
HURON'S DEADLY UINRERTOW
CLAIMS THREE M VICTDIMS
(Continued from page 1)
vas made their appearance on the sur-
face of the water. The gruesome rel-
ics of the fated canoe were eagerly
snatched up by the morbidly curious
ones.
The massive gates of the dam were
then closed and the "pond" partially
emptied. of its contents. Police Chief
Apfel and his assistants rowed under
the arch, where the canoeists had
been sucked 4n by the strong current,
and dragged the bottom. After this
had proved fruitless the searih was
removed to the upper stretch of the
stream extending to the old dam."
In this part of the grappling th
police were joined by several parties
of students, who foolhardily set out
on the gale driven stream in canes.
Several of these "rescuers" gave up
the fight against the wind after a few
minutes. A number of students wad-
ed up to their waists in the water
along the banks. It was well toward
evening when the search was given
up.
One of the searching parties this
morning will be led by Jay H. Den
Herdet, '13, a cousin of Miss Rysdorp,
and James A. Danhof, of Grand Ha-
ven, Mich., an uncle, who arrived in
the. city yesterday to remain until the
body is found.
Will Searchl "Pond" Again
Police Chief Apfel announced last
night that although it is believed that
the bodies. have been carried down-
stream, the water again will be emp-
tied from the "pond" this morning and
a thorough search will be made under
the power building before grappling
is confined to the lower portion of the
river. Arrangements were made last
night for the services of a diver who
will arrive today.
The parents of all thevictims had
been notified last night of the tragedy.
The news was withheld until a late
hour from the father and mother of
Bacon, the former of whom is suffer-
ing from heart disease while the lat-
ter is seriously ill. Both ,are said to

have been prostrated by the news.
The dead youth was related to Prof.
Jacob Reighard of the zoology depart-
ment.
Miss Rysdorp's parents were so
overcome by the tragedy that theyl
were unable to undertake the journey
to this city yesterday. She was a stu-
dent at-Michigan last year but had not
beeh allowed to return to the univer-
sity by her mother who feared that
"something might happen to her." Be-
fore leaving the university she is said
to -have been engaged to Bacon. She

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WHITNEY THEATRE
JOHN CORT WILL PRESENT

MRS. LESLIE

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A finishing courso in the best
liked sweets-in the sampler you
find them all.

' CAL KAN'S PHARMACY
324 south State Street
-was teauilng school at Green Lake,
where her father is a prominent den-
tist, and had come here to spend the
week end.
Crandall's father arrived from
Brocton, N. Y. last night.

A Large and Elaborate
Production and an
Excel lent
Cast
SCALE OF PRICES
35- -75 - 1.00- 1.50-2400

Seat Sale Thursday, April 3

IAllI Stricai Instru entsI

and MrdicOjn

Cases

At Less Than Cost
ILet azs show you these oods-you rxay have therx at
yoizr ownr price.
IT E RE ALL R.UG STORE
E C. EDSILL, Proprietor
1i So. Main Street Preserptilon Specielfets I

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A WANT AD wa inerted in the.
Michigan iDally, eitering reward
for the return of a valuable Gold
Watch. It cost 25c to insert the
advertisement. The, Watch has.
b . ea iioundand returned by one
the Daily's reader.
CASES LIKE THIS OCCSR EVERY DAY
The busy little Dail Want-Ad does Into
nearly every hoise in A n Arbor. It is
out Z r Business ad I= gets the Result.
The Want-Ad Stations are at.
QUARRY'S DRUG STORE,
.on State Street.
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY,
on So. University Avenue.
DAVIS & KONOLD,C
at Cor. Packard and State St-.

was a tearing of boards in another
direction. This time it was nearer.
Down Town on Main
Street

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Prices: 35-5O-15-$1,OO-$1,o Seat Sale Wed., Apr3 2

Feature Film

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd

The Lost
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Admission
Watch tor f

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A good bSlipon" is just the ticket for this time of the year-damp, wet and
wind seem to go right-through one! These Rubberized Slipons keep out the
penetrating wind and keep your body the right temperature.
PleAn and KegiLn Shoulders. L1ght Ica weIjjht and not expensive, $5 to $15.

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