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PARENTS OF MISSING LAW STUDENT APPEAL FOR NEWS

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Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Burgess made a public appeal yesterday through Boston newspapers for imformation about their son, F. William Burgess 1L, who has been missing since Sunday.

Meanwhile Metropolitan Police continued to drag the river near the West Boston bridge, where the student's coat and watch were found.

The parents described the boy as being about five feet eight inches tall, 169 pounds in weight, 21 years old, with blue eyes and wavy, light brown hair.

They asked anyone who can identify his picture as that of someone seen since 12 o'clock Saturday morning at Perkins Hall to notify either Lt. William G. Kiniry of the Metropolitan police, Calvert Magruder '16, Vice-Dean and Professor of Law, or Charles A. Apted, head of the Yard police.

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