Education: Wrestlers' Unrest

Unlike the heavyweight boxing championship (see p. 34), the heavyweight wrestling championship changes hands so rapidly that most of the time no one really knows who has it. Last week in Los Angeles. 25.000 wrestling addicts watched the newest claimant to the title, Dave

Levin of Jamaica, N. Y., defend his dubious right to it against an enraged Mexican named Vincent Lopez, Pacific Coast claim ant. When each had won one fall, Wrestler Lopez charged the referee, had to be restrained by his handlers. Wrestler Levin won the third fall six minutes later.


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