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Meeting yesterday in the boxing room of the Indoor Athletic Building, 30 prospective boxers, various House athletic secretaries, and Coach Henry Lamar formulated a "two division" plan for future House boxing.

Starting January 12, it was decided, an eight-House league (including Dudley) will be inaugurated in two divisions of four Houses each. Each division will have bouts for its own four teams each week to determine the division champion. At the end of each week, the winning team in one group will meet the champion of the other, and at the end of the season an inter-House open tournament will be held.

So far, 61 men have indicated their willingness to come out for the House boxing league.

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