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"Biggest boxing tourney in the six years I have been at Harvard," beamed Coach Henry Lamar over the University championship tournament which opens this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Indoor Athletic Building.

According to the drawing made this morning, the heavyweight division promises to be the feature of the event. Among the heftier leather-throwers is a large contingent from the gridiron, including Captain James J. Gaffney '37, Charles W. Kessler '37, Joseph H. Nee '38, and Tudor Gardiner '40. Many of the Freshman team and nonletter men from the Varsity have entered the competition.

The tournament is open to any student of the University who has not received a letter in boxing. Fifty-one contestants have signed for 41 bouts, 19 of which will be fought this afternoon, and the remaining 22 Friday evening, starting at 7 o'clock.

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