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Handicapped by the loss through recent injury of two of its regular entrants, the Harvard wrestling team will be forced to display the sternest sort of fight if the Army is not to break the Crimson record of two consecutive victories when the grapplers meet at West Point this afternoon.
The Army men have scored three wins in minor contests this year, while the University wrestlers have defeated two strong opponents, Columbia and M. I. T. Unfortunately, however, W. H. Boldt '30, regular in the unlimited class, will be on the sidelines today because of injuries, and Nathaniel Warner '30, who was to have wrestled in the heavyweight class, is likewise out through a strained ligament.
The University lineup follows:
115-pound class: C. G. Chase '30.
125-pound class: J. H. Burns '29.
135-pound class: J. E. Evans '30.
145-pound class: Joseph Lifrak '29
155-pound class: W. A. Robinson '31.
165-pound class: Dudley Davis Jr. '31.
175-pound class: D. J. Orgain '81.
Unlimited class: G. L. Graves '31.
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