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Zone 1 1 tap of bell
Pump House Zone 2 East side of Campus 2 taps of bell School Building Zone 3 West side of Campus 3 taps of bell Kitchen, and Dining Room Employoes' Mess, Commissary Butcher Shop, Etc. Zone 4 South side of Campus 4 taps of bell Girls' Building, Sewing Room Housekeeping Cottage, Hospital South Employees' Cottage Zone 5 North side of Campus 5 taps of bell North Employees' Cottage Laundry and Power House Industrial Building Boys' Building Zone 6 6 taps of bell The Barns 6.—The "All Out" signal shall be two strokes on the bell at the close of the drill. Special Instructions for Employees: 1.—The following employees as hydrantmen shall have charge of the hydrants, subject to the orders of the Chief Mar shal or his Assistant. 1.—Principal Teacher 2.—Shoemaker 2.—A committee shall report to the Girls' Building, immediate ly on an alarm of fire to go through the dormitories to see that all pupils are out, this committee to consist of: 1.—Intermediate Teacher 2.—Additional Teacher 3.—Primary Teacher 4.—Kindergartener 5.—Teacher of Housekeeping 3.—A committee shall report to the Boys' Building, immediate ly on an alarm of fire to go thorugh the dormitories to see that all the pupils are out, this committee to consist of: 1. —Seamstress 7.