1913 Geology Student

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1913 Geology Student - Melva Baker, Kussel Elicker, Percy Helsey....
Melva Baker, Kussel Elicker, Percy Helsey. (valedictorian). and al the up put the one of six - of TO SAVE STUDEWT Harrishurg Boy Has Thrilling Escape Escape From Injury at Cornwall Cornwall Ore Mines Sftcial to Tkt TtUtrofk Annville, Pa., May 8. While going up the steep sides of the deepest "cut" at the Cornwall ore mines yesterday afternoon. William E. Mickey, of Harrlsburg. and Henry i - navely. of Cleona, narrowly escaped death from falling to the bottom. of the 'cut," nearly 200 feet below.' The two boys, with other members of the geology class of Lebanon Valley Valley College, were climbing for specimens. specimens. Leaving their . companions, they began ascending the steepest part of the cut and had climbed to within about fifty feet of the top when the rock became soft and they were unable to climb higher and could not return. Fellow climbers, seeing their plight, shouted encouragement, but despite this Suavely started descending. descending. After, crawling for sixty feet, his feet slipped and he slid rapidly to the bottom. Mickey, In the meantime, perched on a narrow ledge of rock near the top. Here he remained until mem bers of the class formed a human chain extending over the side of the mountain. William Carl, the last one on the chain, hung over and Mickey was pulled from his dangerous posi tion. Secretary Kalbfus Invited to Ml CHI USED Henhey ' for the of the been at 9 Harrlsburg, Hlght. parade of people Schwal's outdoor o'clock adelphia Man." The pany theater entire band night On free - for band aeroplane Hershey, "The will works XEW

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 08 May 1913, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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