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January 20, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

Wolverines came from behind after the Nittany Lions had annexed the first two bouts by decisions. Weidig Is Beaten Tom Weidig, inexperienced Michi- gan sophomore, fell a victim to Carl King's clever grappling…

… Mericka, Wolverine 136 pound- er, took the advantage at the outset and with his opponent, Frank Glea- son, having an advantage of head scissors, the Wolverine used this to his own advantage to pin Gleason…

… State ahead 12-10. Morgan gained the advantage at the start, but was unable to hold the ap- parently stronger Bachman in a see- saw struggle. Buckeyes And Wolverines Meet At I-M In Battle Of Champions…

Wolverines may emerge from a year's submerg- ence and rise again to the pinacle. Patnik Should Win The diving, both first and second places, should be conceded to- the in- vaders. Al Patnik, National cham…

… N G II with an In the quarter, Ohio will have to fight for its points. Welsh and Hay- nie can win but Ed Hutchens may swim instead of the Wolverine cap- tain. For Ohio, it will be between Johnson…

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