The varsity wrestling team lost 22 to 6 to a strong Springfield College team, yesterday. The visiting Crimson squad took only two middleweight matches. Springfield won just two matches by a pin, Jay Amerantes pinning Tatsuo Arima in 4:05 and Ted Raymond losing by a pin in 5:05.
The Crimson's only two victories came in the 157- and 167-pound divisions. In the 157 class Dick Hook took a close 4-2 decision, and in the next weight group, Bob Gilmor outclassed his opponent 6 to 0 to end the varsity scoring.
In the closest match of the day, heavy-weight Pete Morison dropped a 1-0 encounter to Springfield's Dan Rivers.
In the preliminary encounter the Yardling wrestling team edged a previously-undefeated Springfield freshman squad, 14 to 12. Tito Francis registered a quick fall in the heavyweight division to bring the freshmen from behind and maintain their undefeated record.
Wrestlers Roll on, Trample SpringfieldWith another stellar performance, the Harvard wrestling team raised its season record to 7-0 by dismantling Springfield College, 34-9, at
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