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HARVARD GRAPPLERS FACE BRIGHT OUTLOOK

Coach Gallagher Rounds Material Into Shape--First Meet is With M. I. T. on January 8

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A comparatively bright outlook faces the University wrestling team. There is good material in all classes, and Coach Clifford Gallagher is rapidly rounding the squad into shape. The first meet is to be with M. I. T. on January 8.

The men on the squad who are going home for the vacation are to keep in good condition by means of work-outs while away, and for those who are to stay in Cambridge, the wrestling room will be open nearly every day during the holidays with Gallagher there to take charge.

The men who appear likely candidates for the team are C.G. Chase '30, H. G. Henchel '30, Carl Levine '30, T. O. Frazier '31, W. A. Robinson '31, J. F. Solano '30, and Captain Nathaniel Warner '30. There are many more who have shown themselves worthy of notice.

The Freshman prospects are also rather encouraging. Although in the 115 and heavyweight classes there is but one man for each, several tricky and fast grapplers have appeared in the middle weights. P.O. Johnson '33, is one of the more promising members of the 125 pound class, having had a great deal of former experience.

The Interdormitory meet, which has been in progress all this week has now reached the finals, which are to be held today and Saturday. The winners of this meet are likely to represent the Freshmen in their first meet on January 8 with M. I. T.

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