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BOXING TOURNAMENT BEGINS THIS EVENING

ONLY ONE 1929 CHAMPION WILL DEFEND HIS TITLE

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The annual University boxing tournament, offering Harvard pugilists their only chance to exhibit their skill at the sport will begin tonight at 8 O'clock at the Hemenway ring. At present 35 men have signed up for the preliminaries; tonight's winners will meet a week from today to determine the titles.

Only one champion has returned to defend his title during the tournament this week. This is G. H. Nawn '32, who as a Freshman won the 135 pound title last winter; Nawn will have nine opponents between him and a second title.

In view of the fact that boxing has recently been made a minor sport the tournament should draw a record crowd, as it is not unlikely that several future team boxers will be in the ring tonight.

The complete list of entries is as follows:

115-pound class: Theodore Watchinsky 1L, Salvador Arana Jr. '30. Everett Dashoff 2L.

125-pound class: George Manierre Jr. '33, Adam Palaza '31, Mario Pittoni 3L.

135-pound class: R. W. Hale '30, P. H. Lord '33, W. H. Crawford '33, J. A. Megna '30, A. P. Carlisle '33, G. H. Nawn '32, D. P. Ketchum '32, S. A. D. Pietro 3ES, Arthur Love '33.

145-pound class: J. J. Mellen '33, Gordon Crane '33, A. P. Carlisle '33, D. E. Wood 3L, J. W. Bussey 2L, F. W. Young 1L.

160-pound class: M. A. Litwin 2L, Raquel Torres ocC, H. E. Martin '30, R. J. McVeigh 1L, W. A. Robertson '31, M. R. Padron sL.

175-pound class: Dudley Davis Jr. '33, Benjamin Sommers '33, J. B. Young 3L, E. F. Hutchins '30, D. D. Carrick 2L, A. D. Robertson '33.

Unlimited class: M. J. A. Adlis '32, D. D. Carrick 2L.

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