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With the two representatives of the Crimson eliminated in the preliminary matches, a strong aggregation from Oklahoma A. & M. rode rough shod over their opponents to win first place in the National Intercollegiate Wrestling Championship, held Friday and Saturday at Lehigh University.
Howland B. Stoddard '36 and W. Brooks Cavin, Jr. '37 who represented the Crimson were both wrestling under their usual weight. Stoddard who has been fighting in the 135 pound class entered as a 126 pounder; while Cavin came down from his usual 145 pound weight to fight in the 135 pound division. In spite of this slight weight advantage the Crimson grapplers, pitted against an experienced field, were unable to place in the finals.
This is the fifth year of the eight year history of the National Association that the Oklahoma cowboys have trimmed the best talent of both the east and west.
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