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June 30, 1931 - Image 2

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MICHIGAN DAILY

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BOY ENTOMBID 22
HOURS, UNINJURED
Mine Rescue Crew Aids Removal
of 16-Year-Old Youth From
Caved-in Well.
OTTAWA, Ill., June 29.-(A)-
Conscious and smiling, 16-year-old
Howard Smith was rescued unin-
jured Sunday from a caved-in well
in which he was in prisoned for 22
hours. He was uninjured. He was
trapped last Saturday while repair-
ing a pump on a farm near Wedion
owned by his grandfather, Frank
Debolt, and his uncle, Frank W.
Rabe.
Young Smith was brought to the
surface by a rope passed to him by
W. Spence Kellogg of Seneca, Ill.,
after a state mine rescue crew and
volunteers had dug a lateral to him.
only to find that they had to
abandon their efforts to enlarge
the hole because of the dangerous
!position of the rocks. They set up a
framework around him, however,
passed him food and then went to
the surface to begin digging out
the well itself.
Much of the rescue work was
done by Howard's 20-year-old
brother, Floyd. He pushed away a
large boulder pressing against his
brother's side after several rescu-
ers had failed to move it. Howard
complained of tenderness in his
shoulder due to the pressure of a
boulder, but physicians failed to
find any mark, and said he had
withstood the ordeal remarkably
well. He was put to bed to ward
off the possibility of pneumonia.
"Gee, it's good to be out," How-
ard told a crowd of several hun-
dred persons who had gathered to
watch the rescue work.
Michigan
A great talkie drama going
deep into a woman's heart!
From the great stage hit,
"Torch Song."

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TYPEWRITERS
OF ALL MAKES
BOUGHT, SOLD, RENTED,
EXCHANGED, CLEANED AND
REPAIRED. Portal
mith O D. MORRILL Corona
ood 314 South State Street Underwood
The Typewriterand Stationery Royal
on Store.
Phone 6615 Remington
We have served Michigan and its students since 1908.

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L. C. Sn
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Students Supply Store
1111 South University Ave.
Phone 4744
Engineers and Architects Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Typewriting and Pound Papers
College Pennants and Jewelry
Leather Goods

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F RE"E
Admission Tickets
to Newport Beach
With every Pelton Swim suit, we
will give two admission tickets to
NEWPORT BEACH, at Portage
Lake, near Dexter. This is the
finest bathing beach within 100
miI, c' Ann Arbor!
PELTON
For Women, Girls
and Children
Swimming Suits

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Wholesome
Foods
Reasonably
Priced
Our 50c evening
plate has proved

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bend in no other) costs no more
and is made of tesa e mate-
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figure swearing "i. siere-
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will find it such a delight to
have no straps, hooks-nothing
--to break the lovely line of the
figure. Every size and style for
Women, Girls and Juveniles in
all the wanted new colors and
combinations of colors.
To forges
the quality,
superb fit
and style of
PELTON
Swimming
Suits is
truly im-
possible.
Seethem
here.
Calkins-Fletcher
DRUG COMPANY
324 S. State Street
State and Pacakard Streets
South and East University Aves.

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Sylvan Gardens-Sand Lake
The Original 14 Bricktops
with
JEAN RANKIN
America's Foremost Girl Orchestra
COMING
Friday Night, July 3rd
You have all heard of the Brick tops, now come and see them, dance to
the world's greatest music.
Farewell American Tour Admission 25c

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