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..tt~iY o JL~THE MICIGisAN DAILY
Varsi ty Nine Deofeats Wisconsiin, 5~2 1rack e tI

PdAM~Tn
idia

Heydt Takes
State Crown
Michigan Dominates AAU
Swim Meet In Detroit
(Special to the Daily)
DETROIT, April 19.-Michigan
swimmers, past, present and future,
dominated the State AAU indoor
championships here in the Detroit
Yacht Club pool tonight.
Taking the lead at the gun and
building it up as he went along, Fran-
cis Heydt, Wolverine Big Ten back-
stroke titleholder, won the 150-yard
dorsal event in the slow time of 1:41
with freshmen Ted Horlenko and Jim
Edwards following him home in sec-
ond and third positions.
Dobson Burton, Matt Mann's in-
eligible sophomore free styler, cap-
tured the 220-yard men's crown in
2:18.4. Jack Patton, Michigan year-
ling, held the lead during the first
150 yards, but Burton passed him at
that point and went on to win by
three yards. Chuck Fries, Ann Arbor
high school natator, finished third.
Walt Tomski, Michigan's leading
sprinter of a year back, cracked the
state record in the 50-yard dash, de-
feating Louis Kivi, another Ann Arbor'
high schooler and Bob West, a Mitt
Mann freshman. Tomski's record
time was :23.1.
Fries also took the 200-yard breast-

IN THIS
CORNER
By Mel Finebergr
Louis Fight Here? - - -
THERE was a report, via the Inter-
national News Service yesterday,
that someone "was seriously consider-
ing" matching Joe Louis and Buddy
Baer this summer in, guess where,
-the University of Michigan Stadi-
umn.
It may be that "someone" is con-
sidering the possibility but as yet
no one has approached the authori-
ties here, according to athletic direc-
tor Fielding H. Yost. Yost said last
night that he had heard nothing
about anyone asking permission or
even sending out feelers about the
stadium.
If anyone (and the "anyone" would
presumably be Mike Jacobs) does try
to use the stadium for a fight, he
won't be the first one. About eight,
years ago Jack Dempsey came around
and sounded out the University offi-
cials about the possibilities of using,
it for a fight.
r The negotiations never got a-
round to a conclusive point, how-
ever, because, as Mr. Yost recalls,
Dempsey lost his license as a pro-
moter in this state for tbs time
and so everything was dropped.
The Old Man also asserted that
the University hadn't then given,
any permission but that neither
had it given an out-and-out re-
fusal.*4
Is there a possibility that the Sta-
dium could be had for a heavyweight
fight? "Well," replied Yost,.'it would.
depend on a lot .of things--on how
much money they'd offer and what'
the University policy was. But as yet
no one has approached us."
The mail brought in the following
comment on an item in the Major
League Standings which made it ap-
pear as though there was no per-
centage in 'being ahead of the Yan-
kees:
"Regarding Thursday morn-
ing 's paer-the following im
pressedi me very much:
Philadelphia .. 1 1 .000

Barry Hurls FourHitter
In Conference Opener
Dohertymen Pitted Against Indiana, Notre Dame
And Illinois In First Outdoor Meet Of Season

(Continued from Page 1)
the fifth on a single by Buker, a
sacrifice and another base nit by
Smith, before the Wolverines broke
into the scoring 'i their half of the
inning bey virtue of Trosko's single,
a wild pitch and two infield outs.
Barry's pitching performance was
remarkable in view of the cold wea-
ther and minimum of actual work
that the Michigan ace had previous-
ly had. The sphinx-like righthander
from Katonah, N.Y. yielded but four
hits, two in each] inning in which
he was scored upon, and, with the
exception of the ninth in which he
passed two men, exhibited almost
flawless control.
Trosko's three for four netted him
batting honors for the day.
Fisticuffs almost broke out in the
fourth when Willding, after being
caught off first, barged into Sofiak
upon being run down. Little Mike,
resenting the alleged unnecessary
roughness, made a pass at the Wis-
consin backstop, whereupon the two
squared off. Base Umpire Linsay
intervened, however, before any fire-
works began.
Russ Dobson and Johnny Saxer
will be the opposing hurlers in to-
day's game, which will begin at
2:30 p.m.
Michigan-5

stroke title in 3:00.6.
BIG TEN BASEBALL
Illinois........000 120 100--4
Iowa . ,... ......003 400 000-7
Northwestekn 12, Chicago 9.

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Pink, cf
Holman, rf
Nelson, rf
Sofiak, ss
Steppon, 2b
Trosko, if
Chamberlain, 3b
Ruehle, lb
Greenberg, lb
Harms, c
Barry, p
Totals

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(Continued from Page 1)
hurdle events before this race and
Balyeat's arch is still not healed, the
boys are capable of breaking 3:20 by
at least a second at this stage of the
year, and that should win.
Hoosiers May Theaten
Michigan's undefeated four-mile
relay team has set records at Illi-
nois and Butler this year and should
experience little trouble in remaining
unbeaten. The only source of real
opposition could be Indiana if they
chose to run a good four-mile team
instead of a good distance medley
relay quartet. The medley team of.
Jester, Bob Barnard, Hogan and Ed
Barrett will give the Hoosiers plenty
of competition as is, and might de-
feat even the best quartet Indiana can
present.
The sprint medley and half-mile re-
lays are being run for the first time
this year, so there are no compara-
tive efforts to scan. However, the
Wolverine teams are strong and can
win both events. The medley team,
is composed of Jim Rae, Al Smith,
Carl Culver and George Pettersen;
toie half-mile team is made up of Bud
Piel, Leutritz, Breidenbach and Smith.
Jeff Hall, Ray Gauthier, Sherman
Olmsted, and Kelley make up the
hurdle team. This will be the first
time this year that Doherty has pre-
sented a hurdle team, so its strength
is unknown. Both Notre Dame and
Illinois have strong teams, and will
probably be favored over the Wolver-
erine foursome.
Ostroot To Make Debut
The field events will give the first
chance to see how George Ostroot,
sophomore weight star who has been
ineligible up until now, compares with
Indiana's Archie Harris and Notre
Dame's Brosey. Even though this will
be his first appearance in varsity
competition, the big South Dakota
boy should show why he is rated the
best Michigan weight prospect since
Bill Watson,
Michigan's spectacular high jump-
er, the undefeated Don Canham,
should jump away with first place in
his event. The only question is how
high the junior star will go if he is
"right." Six feet seven or eight
inches is definitely within reach of
his high-flying legs.
Of the other events, the pole vault
and broad jump will command most
of the Michigan attention. The re-
turn of sophomore Charlie Decker
in the vault after being shelved by
injuries since the Illinois Relays gives
Michigan a first place threat even
though he hasn't had time to reach
anything like top form. Carl Culver
finished fourth in the jump in the
Outdoor Conference meet, and if he
shows up well will be installed one
of the favorites for the title this year
as well as filling the great gap left
by last year's Capt. Bill Watson.
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someone on the
few bets placed?
- RMB, '42,,"

YOU'VE heard and read a
great deal about electric
cooking-its better flavor,
healthfulness, superiority-and
now you can enjoy it econom-
ically with one of these com-
pact electric cookers. At a cost
of about 2c, you can prepare
an entire meat at one time in
the cooker-two vegetcxbles, a
roast, potatoes and gravy.
Waterless
cooking at its best
You'll marvel at the difference
electric cooking makes: Meats
and vegetables cook to melt-
ing tenderness in their own
juices, with very little water.
Important minerals and food
values are SEALED-IN, instead
of being boiled away or
poured down the sink with
excess water.
Cooks even cheap cuts
of meat to tenderness
You can save money on meat
bills, too, by buying cheaper
cuts and cooking them electri-
cally. And your family will
compliment you on the cakes
and pies and pastries you can
bake in the cooker. An accu-
rate heat control eliminates
guesswork and assures suc-
cessful baking results time
after time.

Schilling, cf
Smith, 3b
Stephan, 2b
Radder, If
Scheiwe, rf
Amundson,
Willding, c
Sweet"*
Ellison, lb
Buker, p
Totals
*Batted for
Michigan
Wisconsin

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f 4 0 1 0
ss 3 0 0 4
2 0 0 4
1 0 0 0
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Wiliding in 9th.

Sigma Nu Defeats ZBT
In the only softball game sche-
duled for yesterday afternoon, Sig-
ma Nu took a strong Zeta Beta Tau
outfit into camp in a close 6-5 tilt.

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Adventures
in Eating

Sun da
SUpper

evening
Service

in the

Main
Dining Room
Waffles with Syrup
Grilled Bacon
Apple Pie or Sherbet
Beverage
50c

Runs batted in: Radder, Smith,
Ruehle, Sofiak, Steppon, Trosko.
Two base hits: Holman, Three base
hit: Trosko. Sacrifice: Schilling.
Stolen bases: Sofiak, Trosko, Cham-
berlain. Left on bases: Michigan 5;
Wisconsin 6. Bases on balls: off
Barry 3; off Buker 3. Struck out: by
Barry 1; by Buker 3. Double Plays:
Willding to Amundson; Steppon to
Sofiak to Ruehle; Stephan ) unas-
sited). Wild pitches: Buker 3; Berry
1. Passed Ball: Willding 1.
Alexander Smith Takes
Faculty Handball Crown
Alexander Smith won the faculty
handball singles title for the second
time when he defeated Alan Foust,
14-21, 21-12 and 21-14. The winner
previously won the crown during the
1937-38 season.
Smith also teamed with Armand
Eardley to take the doubles cham-
pionship, defeating Foust and Ger-
hard Naeseth, 21-20 and 21-20.
1i.

Fruit Salad
Bread and Butter

.owl
Sandwiches

Boysenberry Tart or
Beverage
50c

Ice Cream

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Chow Mein with Noodles
Chef's Salad
Cherry 'Mallow Sundae
Beverage
60c
Cranberry Juice
Individual Chicken Pie
Potatoes au Gratin
New Peas
Angel Food Cake or Ice Cream
Beverage
75c
GOOD FOOD
Excellent Service
6 to 7:30 o n'clock

MIss HTLN RHODES is shown listening to a symphonic synthesis of Mossorgsky ys "Boris
Godounow" in a quiet corner of our new music room.

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