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Tonight in the Indoor Athletic Building a well conditioned and powerful wrestling Varsity will open its season against a green, but capable squad of M.I.T. grapplers.
Going into the meet with a large number of able veterans, who have compiled brilliant records, Harvard is expected to win over an M.I.T. aggregation which numbers only three experienced men in its lot.
Harvard will pin its hopes chiefly on Captain William B. Cavin '37 in the 145-pound class, who has lost only once in three years of dual meet competition. William T. Glendinning '38, in the heavyweight division, who went through the past season unbeaten in dual meets, and Lorrin E. Woodman '37, former Freshman captain.
Led by a number of prep school stars including three former captains, the Freshman wrestlers, who also open against M.I.T. at the Indoor Athletic Building this evening, promise to give a strong exhibition.
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