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DUBIEL AND GILES RESCUE DROWNING MAN IN CHARLES

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Two Harvardmen, Emile Dubiel '37, and Jay C. Giles figured in the rescue of 38-year-old William White from drowning on Saturday when White, a suspended fireman, was found struggling in the water of Charles River near the Western Avenue bridge.

The two students were driving over the bridge when they noticed a hat and tie lying on the railing. Running back to investigate they observed White in the water below, and while Dubiel ran for the nearest police box, Giles dove into the water and swam with the unconscious victim to the shore, where he was revived by Giles and the police, who soon arrived.

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