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William B. Schallek Is Badly Hurt by Fall From Matthews

Extent of Freshman's Injuries Cannot Be Determined Until X-Rays

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Suffering from undetermined injuries as a result of a fall down the ventilating shaft of Matthews Hall, William B. Schallek '39 was in a serious condition at Cambridge Hospital last evening.

Schallek, whose home is in New York City, roomed in Number 47 on the third floor of the Yard dormitory. He was in a coma practically all of yesterday, only regaining consciousness for brief moments, according to medical officials.

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