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Sidney B. Fay '96, professor of History, emeritus, was startled early yesterday morning by a crash of glass and thud of a fallen body in the cellar of his Brattle Street home.

Investigating, Fay found a bewildered local college student, one Paul F. Cassidy, sitting on the cellar floor. Cassidy explained that he had been celebrating and mistook the professor's basement window for the front door of a friend's home.

Cassidy was arrested on charges of breaking and entering.

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