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The State Police of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire entered the search for Robert L. Myerson '42, when a description of the student, missing since last Thursday, was sent out over the radio and teletype last evening. This action was authorized by the boy's father, Joseph G. Myerson of Brooklyn, New York who only wants to get in communication with his son, Myerson said:

"We are confident that the boy will return in a few days: we have known for some time that he meant to make his own way in the world and have always approved of it. I had discussed the subject with him on one occasion, but his action was a complete surprise to me, as I has expected to sit down and talk over with him where he should go before he left home for good."

"We feel that he left college because he felt that only by a clean break and an independent one could he attain complete success. I am confident that he will succeed in whatever he undertakes, but I would like him to communicate with me."

"We are not asking him to come home--he can stay where he is now, but his continued salience will cause a great deal of anxiety as time goes on."

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