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Tonight at 8 o'clock in Hemenway gymnasium, the University gym team will oppose the M. I. T. gymnasts, who on February 16 won the triangular meet from Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania by collecting 29 points, while the University and Penn gathered 14 and 12 points respectively. In its only other appearance this season, the Crimson team lost to its strong Yale opponents by the score of 27 to 18.
For the University Captain H. A. Wood Jr. '24, and J. R. Weist '24 have done especially well in previous meets.
The University entries for tonight are:
Tumbling.--A. W. Dole '24, M. R. Parsonnet '25, J. R. Weist '24.
Parallel Bars.--J. R. Weist '24, B. S. Wood '25, H. A. Wood Jr. '24.
Horse.--M. R. Parsonnet '25, H. A. Wood Jr. '24.
Rings.--A. W. Dole '24, H. A. Wood Jr. '24.
Horizontal Bars.--B. S. Wood '25, H. A. Wood Jr. '24.
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