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Huppuch Lands Thief in Jail and Rescues Callaway Socks

Former Basketball Star in Physical Encounter Saturday


A chance encounter with Winfield A. Huppuch 2L, former basketball star, at 52 Mount Auburn Street Saturday afternoon landed one George Ryan of Harvard Street behind the bars and saved Samuel R. Callaway '36, member of the hockey team, a pair of socks.

While Huppuch was studying in his room, he noticed the door knob turn. He leaped from his chair and tore open the door to find a somewhat strange individual asking for Frederick. R. Moseley, Jr. '36, who at that moment was the cynosure of some 15,000 pairs of eyes on Soldiers Field.

Instead of Mr. Moseley, the stranger received the immediate physical attention of Mr. Huppuch. No sooner had he escaped these amenities than he was concerned by patrolman Casey, who saw fit reason to continue discussions in the Cambridge jail. In his hasty exit from the house, Ryan dropped Callaway's socks from his pocket.

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