Princeton Wrestlers Down Varsity, 30-2

PRINCETON, N.J., Feb. 18--A powerful Princeton wrestling team over-whelmed the Crimson, 30 to 2, today, with four pins in eight matches.

The varsity's two points came on Bob Gilmor's tie with Ed Nell at 167. Jack Hunt just edged Pete Morrison in the unlimited class and Bill Fortenbaugh defeated Captain Phil Burnaman 4 to 2 at 147.

The rest of the matches were one-sided. Tiger Dick Osborne pinned Tatsuo Arima at 127, Mundy Peale did the same to the Crimson's Pete Hiam at 137, Tom Waxter likewise over Dick Hook at 157, and Pete Alexander downed Ed Raymond at 177. The visitors' John Winthrop lost at 130, 7 to 2.

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