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J. Edgar Hoover, chief of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has begun an investigation of the case of F. William Burgess 1L after an appeal by his mother, it was learned yesterday.
Mrs. Burgess telephoned from Washington to Calvert Magruder, professor of Law and Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Law, in the morning after an interview with Hoover. The grounds for the investigation were that an inter-state crime had been committed in the disappearance of Burgess a month ago.
This would place the case within the scope of the Federal Bureau. Apparently Mrs. Burgess convinced Hoover that failure of Boston police to recover her son's body from the Charles River indicated this.
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