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Army tests the varsity wrestling team's undefeated, untied record at 3 p.m. this afternoon on the West Point mats. The Cadets should offer Butch Jordan's athlets the most spirited competition they have had this season.

On paper, Harvard appears to have the edge. Brown, which lost decisively to the Crimson, tied Army. The Cadets also lost to Syracuse, 22 to 8. But some of their most able wrestlers who have been out with injuries are back now, and the Army esprit do corps, especially at home engagements, is something with which every visiting team must contend.

Army is fairly weak at 121 and at heavyweight, but in between the lineup is well-balanced. The Cadets are strong at 128, 155, and 165. Harvard will be at full strength for the match with Charlie Keith returning to the 165-pound slot.

On the freshman front, Van Brewer's men journey to Exeter for a 2:30 p.m. match. Johany Lee, Yardling captain, led the Exonians in a similar capacity last year.

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