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Wrestling captain-elect Johnny Lee won the National A.A.U. 125-pound title in Cedar Falls, Iowa last Saturday. Lee became the second national champion in the College's history when he decisioned Bill Cobb of Cleveland, 2 to 1.
He defeated five opponents to win the title.
Lee, who had a 22 and 3 season's record, defeated Big Ten champ Bill Buckingham of Michigan State and Frank Altman of Iowa Teachers in the preliminaries. He beat Al Lopez of Illinois in the quarter-finals and Al Vega of Purdue in the semi-finals
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