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William Bowdoin Hyler, of Thomaston, Maine, left Newport News, Virginia, on the fifteenth of last October. The vessel was bound for Barcelona, Spain, and has never been sighted or heard from since it left port. Hyler was a student in the Medical School the last two years. He was substitute pitcher on the 'varsity nine in the spring of 1893 and went on the trip that year. Before he entered the Medical School he attended Tufts College where he pitched on the nine. He was a good wrestler and a well-known member of the Boston Athletic Association.

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