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Minor Week-end Sports

Varsity Boxers Meet M.I.T. Tonight


Appearing for the only time this year at the Indoor Athletic Building, the Varsity boxing team will open their season tonight by meeting M.I.T. Losing six veterans through graduation, Coach Henry Lamar has built a team that is one of the hardest punching units ever to represent the Crimson.

Shifting from the 155 to the 165-pound class Captain Pete Olney will lead the team against the strong Tech fighters. Special interest will center in the 115-pound class where Bill Segal, undefeated in Freshman competition last year, will attempt to keep a clean slate.

The outstanding Tech boxers, Wold in the 135's and Bob Treat in the heavies, will be met by two Crimson fighters noted for punching power, John Weston and Henry Lloyd, respectively. Veteran Jim Kestarelcs in the 125's, Dwight Ellis in the 145's, Al Corbett in the 155's, and Sam Shaw in the 175's will go after their first victories.

At a late hour last night the Tech lineup was not complete, owing to changes to be made at the weighing in.

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