W. V, U/S BOXERS CLOSE SEASON CARD Panther Battlers Will Invade Morgantown Wednesday in Last Match FEATURE WELTERS Mountaineers Slight Favorite to Whip Pitt; About Even in Few Classes Durocher t great loss. MORGANTOWN, March 17.--It doesn't take much to get a crowd out for intercollegiate boxing here, and it takes Jess urging to interest fans ia the closing match of year for the West Virginia university sluggers-that sluggers-that with the University of Pitts* burgh here tomorrow evening. The Panthers and the Mountaineers Mountaineers always contest for honor* before before big crowds, and the impending meeting- in the ring is being marked by an extra greater Interest. Pitt's new team, which exhibited much power, despite 6-4 and 4-3 losses to thCt Homestead A. C. and Duquesne university, la not expected to defeat the wellrounded Mountaineer Mountaineer outfit, but the action promises promises to be sparkling--as It generally always ia when these two traditional rivals pit forces against each other. Added Feature A feature of the Impending match is the apparent fact that both the Mountaineers and the Panther* arÂ» strong in identical division* -- the 125, 145, 160, 175 and heavyweight classes. Boxing fans here are looking for interesting bouts when Captain Harry Harry Stunkard of the Mountaineers and Henry Martin of the Panthers meet in the welterweight division, and when Bob Latham, WeÂ«t Virginia's Virginia's crack middleweight squares off against Harry Schrieker of Pitt in the 160-pound bout. The feature of. the evening is likely to develop In the finale which will pit Leonard Leonard Hawkins, the Mountaineers' speedy and hard-hitting heavyweight who has lost only two of 16 collegiate collegiate bopta, against Johnny Luch, Pitt's 200-pound gridder, who Is reputed reputed to be able to give and take plenty in the fistic game.