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"It's anybody's match, but I think we can take them" was the comment of Wresting Coach Pat Johnson on the eve of the final Freshman clash of the season against an undefeated Yale team.
Braced with a contingent of three unbeaten grapplers, Yardling matmen, who with the Varsity face the hardest battle of the year, have lost only one encounter, with Andover, have rolled over M.I.T., Brown, Exeter and Tufts in lop-sided contests. Highspot of the Eli's season was a 26-6 victory over the Princeton yearlings.
Almost certain for the Crimson are victories of Al Richter in the 126-pound and unconquered Arthur Page in the 135-pound classes. Up against the very best of the Yale team, Bill Hull in the 145-pound and Captain Pete Illman n the 155-pound divisions are expected to down their opponents after exhaustive bouts.
Hitherto undefeated and challenged by wrestlers with top-notch records, Bill Daughaday and Tudor Gardiner in the 165-pound and unlimited classes look forward to their greatest test today. Most doubtful are the outcomes of the 118-pound match in which Sears will face an Eli grappler of far greater experience and of the 175-pound contest when Lewis, who recently drew with Lacey, the Exeter champion, will oppose Jauer of the Blue.
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