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 - Two men. one supporting the other." were...
Two men. one supporting the other." were rescued in the bay off Bay Ridn yesterday afternoon by the tug Katv D. The rescued men William Strange-ways of 1ST West End Avenue and Frank Lleber of 133 West Sixtieth Street-were sailing a thirty-foot sloop when the storm broke. Five minutes after the rain began to fall and the wind to increase In velocity the boat had capsized. For ten or fifteen minutes the men swam about shouting for help, and then Lteber gave out. Mr. Strangeways went to his assistance, and kfpt him above water with one hand while he swam with the other. The Katy D. happened to pass near the scene of the accident, and the pilot, sighting the struggling men. went to their rescue. Mr. Lieber waa unconscious when hauled on board the tug, and Mr. Strange, ways was nearly gone aa a result of his nemle .ffAvr. . . I li. . i . ilV " -p inn invna aiioat, A big yellow dog that had been on the sloop was aiso rescued by the tug. Abraham

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 14 Aug 1905, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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