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TIGER GRAPPLERS WIN MEET BY 13 TO 9 SCORE

Captain Bradford Drops First Bout of Season to Tiger Leader

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The Crimson matmen suffered a decisive defeat at the hands of Princeton wrestlers Saturday at Nassau. The score was 13 to 9. The Tiger grapplers won the only two falls in the entire meet.

The big feature of the meet was Captain Bradford's bout with Meislahn, the heavyweight Princetonian whom he conquered last year. Both men have been training hard all the season and neither had previously been defeated this year. The two men wrestled last year in a Harvard-Princeton match and the victory went to Bradford on over time. Meislahn wiped out his last year's defeat by a time advantage this year of two minutes and five seconds.

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