Victims on rooftop cross to neighboring building via ladder
On the tenth floor of the building ad joining the burning structure th" law, department of Here twenty odd New York 1 nlversity. students were listening to a lecture ot! law by Frank M Som- Som- mer, former ant-mi ant-mi ant-mi oi r.sc. imiii,j N. J. Professor SDiiimer saw the smoke saw the human ineui.ui.s i,iiihiS ''; rain, and saw the girls trapped on tbe:on roof. He led his class to the roof o.' i the university quarters. 1 here thev found two ladders. The boys seized these. bore them down two flights to the root of an intervening building, swarmed out; of the windows and raised them to Huron! Huron! of the burning structure. Forty gir',5 J were brought down to safety. There were so many spectacular incidents, incidents, so many horrible scenes, so iiiutii pathos and suffering thai the minds if onlookers w ere at tinned. j !