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Thirty-five entries were paired and preliminary bouts run off as competition for the University wrestling championships got under way in the Indoor Athletic Building yesterday.
Strongest candidates in the contest, which will close on Thursday, are members of the Freshman team who, under the leadership of Captain Pete Illman may sweep a greater part of the titles. James O. Sears, Jr. '40 in the 118-pound class and Arthur W. Page, Jr. '40 in the 135-pound division have good chances of victory, while Tudor Gardiner '40, undefeated heavyweight of the Yardling grapplers, may win in the 175-pound and unlimited classes.
Lists are still open for late entries.
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