NEW HAVEN HOTEL CLUE CHECKED IN GOULD HUNT
Hanford, Coolidge and Apted Talk to 50 Students; Find he Was last Seen Sunday Noon
Further facts in the disappearance of Wilbur J. Gould '40, of Lowell House, who has not been seen since Sunday, have yet led to no discovery.
Friends disclosed that in many places on his calendar and pads in Lowell House was written the name "Warner".
On January 19 on the calendar, the day he disappeared, was "Taft Hotel." A check on the Taft Hotel in New Haven, Connecticut, revealed that a Paul Warner was registered there at that time, but the clue has yet been traced no further.
Dean Hanford, Chief Apted of the yard Police, and Julian L. Coolidge '95, Master of Lowell House, have interviewed about 50 students, and have discovered that Gould had lunch here Sunday with four others, and that no one has seen him since.
His wallet, containing cards of identification, was found in his room but the money had been removed.