David S. Reese '76, who has been missing from Harvard since March 7, returned Saturday.
Burriss Young '57, assistant dean of Freshmen, said yesterday that Reese was apparently suffering from amnesia and regained consciousness Saturday in Chicago. Reese is now in Stillman Infirmary.
Reese's father could not be reached to comment on his son's return.
Cambridge Police had issued an all points bulletin to police departments all over the country in an attempt to locate Reese.
Racquetwomen Lose Twice; Men Squeak By YaleThe men's squash team narrowly squeezed by Yale, 5-4, and finished off its 1978 regular season with a contest that
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