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(Continued From Page 6)
Entry ,in the unlimited class. Fair-
allunbeaten Buckeye, is expected
to offer the closest competition.
Dougavito of Michigan, Big Ten
champion, rates as a likely con-
tender for the r175 pound title,
while Ross, Indiana's Olympic al-
ternate, may regain his 1928 form
to come through with a win.
Conference matmen are also
looked to dominate the 165 pound
division, in which Hooker, Purdue's
Big Ten titleholder, is rated as a
favorite to annex the national
crown. Parker of Michigan, Wol-
verine high point scorer and un-
defeated this year, is expected to
give the Boilermaker some stiff
In the 155 pound class Walsmith,
1927 Conference champion and the
second of Purdue's veteran con-
tenders, will be out to revenge him-
self for his surprise beating by
Hammer, Wisconsin matman, who
upset the Boilermaker by gaining
a fall in the final bout to annex
the Big Ten title two weeks ago.
Montgomery of Iowa, Conference
145 champion, will try to bring the
Hawkeyes their second National
title in two years but is expected
to have plenty of trouble with
Robinson of Purdue, who lost to the
Iowan by a time decision in the
finals of the Big Ten tourney. An-
other undefeated Maize and Blue
entrant, Kelly, may upset the dope
by a win.
Allie Morrison, America's lone
Olympic champion, and who has
never been defeated in the 135
pound class, is the outstanding en-
trant in this division. Elliott, who
sustained his single defeat in a
bout with the Illinois star, is ex-
pected to garner some points for
the Wolverines.
Bob Hewitt, Michigan's Olympic
finalist, is counted the most likely
contender for the 125 pound title,
although Ralph Lupton, North-
western's Conference champion,
will be on hand to defend the
honors he won last year at Ames.
Sapora of Illinois, Big Ten cham-
pion, will make a strong bid for
the 115 pound crown, while Mc-
Gilliard, Wolverine featherweight,
is rated as one of the title pos-
(Continued From Page 6)
the bouts on one day as the final-
ists are required to fight four or
five times and the last match is
sate at night. Last year it was well
after midnight before the winners
were decided.
Two men have been entered in
each weight division except the 175
pound class in which Richardson
is the lone entry. Aldinger and
Spicer are entered in the 118 pound
class, Dalrymple and Bennett in
the 12 pound class, Larson and
Duncan ,in the . 135 pound class,
Benz and Hochland in the 147
pound class, Brockmeier and Stute-
ville in the 160 pound class, Rich-
ardson in the 175 pound class, and
Soresen and Auer in the unlimited
Aldinger, Dalrymple, Larson,
Richardson, and Sorensen were
winners in the recent all-campus
wrestling championships.
CAMBIDGE.-Only three crews
remain at Harvard in place of five
following time trials in which two
Varsity men lost their places.
HAMILTON.-Thirteen lettermen

were among the 45 candidates who
recently reported for spring foot-
ball at Colgate.
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