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BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS HELD YESTERDAY IN HEMENWAY

Crowd of 300 Witnesses Preliminaries of Annual Meet

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With the heavyweight classes furnishing most of the thrills a crowd of about 300 people witnessed the first 13 bouts of the University boxing championships which began last night in Hemenway Gymnasium. Displaying an inborn skill at the manly art D. D. Carrick 24, Canadian American Champion scored a knockout victory over A. D. Robertson '33 in the 160-pound class, laying the Freshman low in the second round.

Starting off to a poor beginning Raquel Torres, ocC rallied against his aggressive opponent E. F. Hutchins '30 in the 175-pound class to win by a decision. Torres also won in the 160-pound class, scoring a win over James Brennan by a technical knockout. In both these bouts Torres displayed his endurance and ability to take punishment and so his skill at beating off the blows rained around him opponents.

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