Arthur Klein '32, J. F. Solano '30, and C. D. Newhart '31 have-been selected to represent Harvard in the Nation Intercollegiate Wrestling Championships which will be held on Friday and Saturday at Pennsylvania State College, in State College, Pennsylvania. The three grapplers, who will leave with Coach Glifford Gallagher on Thursday, will be the first Crimson men even to take part in the national championships. Entrants from some 30 or 40 institutions from all parts of the country are expected to compete.
Klein, a Sophomore, will wrestle in the 125-pound class. His steady improvement throughout the season has been marked, and at M. I. T. last week he became New England Champion in his class.
Solano, New England champion in the 165-pound class, is rated as the most likely point winner for the Crimson at State College. In all eight bouts this season he has been victorious by falls, defeating the outstanding wrestlers of his weight in this section of the country.
Newhart, next year's captain, has suffered only one defeat, by decision to the University of Pennsylvania captain, throughout the season. He is entered in the 175-pound division
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