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Tufts College defeated Harvard in a wrestling match staged last night at Medford by a score of 21 to 15. The victory was decisive, but the fact that Tufts had defeated Amherst. M. I. T., and Springfield had indicated the strength of Harvard's opponent.
115-pound class: Stella (T) defeated C. G. Chase '30, by fall in 8 min.
125-pound class: Garcelon (T) defeated J. H. Burns '29, by decision Time advantage, 7 min., 8 sec.
135-pound class: Haynes (T) defeated J. E. Evans '30, by decision Time advantage, 5 min., 25 sec.
145-pound class: Captain Joseph Lifrak '29 defeated Hing King (T) by fall in 1 min., 20 sec.
155-pound class: W. A. Robinson '31 defeated Sundquist (T) by fall in 7 min., 48 sec.
165-pound class: Giles (T) defeated Dudley Davis Jr. '31 by fall in 3 min., 57 sec.
175-pound class: Hingston (T) defeated D. J. Orgain '31 by fall in 1 min., 37 sec.
Unlimited class: Nathaniel Warner '30 defeated Lukaes (T) by fall in 5 min., 11 sec.
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