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THlE M~H J ~~

Ii; J~,VS jA2~ ThtIT

Upsets Mark AAU
Mat Tourijamem
split tihe N1ational AAU w)~et ling
championships wide open tonight,
with the only 1942 titleholder on hand
bowing but along with two of the
most highly regarded lighter grap-
plers before the semi-finals were half
over.
Led by Bill Maxwell, the three Spar-
tans who survived the quarter-finals
swept right into the finals. The others
were D0n Rippberger, 115-pounder,
and Merle Jennings, lightweight.

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Michigan, Iowa Nines Split- Varsity Drops
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Inexperience Responsible for Loss; Lund,
Stenberg Share Michigan Batting Honors
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY, Apri' 10.-In its first games of the season the Wolverine
nine split a doubleheader with Iowa, co-defender with Michigan of the Big
Ten crown. The Hawkeyes won the first game, 4-3, and the Maize and Blue
came back to take the second, 7-3.
Inexperience cost Michigan the first game. Ace pitcher 'Pro' Boim
struck out ten of the Iowans in the six innings he worked, but one of his
two wild pitches let in a Hawk run in the initial inning. Te Wolverines also
made five errors. The final Iowa run came in in the fourth inning of one of
them.
Nothing seemed wrong with Mich-
igan hitting in this game, however,
unless it be that the eleven hits off One for Tiwo
pitcher Stille didn't come at the right
moments. The Hawkeyes could only (First Game)
gather seven safeties off Boim and MICHIGAN AR R f, PO A E
his successor, Lefty Bill Smith. Stenberg, 2b . 5 1 2 2 0 1
Iowa Get Two Unearned Runs Wiese, If ......... 4 0 1 0 0 0
After their run in the first the Blanchard, 3b . . . .5 0 0 1 1 1
Hawks added two in the third on White, rf.........4 0 0 1 0 0
three hits. The error in the fourth Lund, cf .........4 1. 3 3 0 0
brought in the final Iowa run. Michi- Walterhouse, lb . ..4 0 0 5 0 0
gan didn't score until the seventh, Wikel, ss .........4 1 1 1 1 1
when two runs came across. The Swanson, c ...... 4 0 2 11 1 2
bases were loaded when the inning Boim, p ...........1 0 1 0 1 0
ended. The third marker was added Smith, p .........0 0 0 0 2 0
in the ninth. *Farnyk..........1 0 1 0 0 0
The second game had a different *Nussbaumer ......1 0 0 0 0 0
story. Starting out with three runs off
three hits and three errors in the first Totals ......... 37 3 11 24 6 5
inning, the Wolverines added single
tallies in the third and sixth and put *Batted for Boim in 6th.
the finishing touches on with two *Batted for Smith in 9th.
more in the ninth.
Michigan Improved in Nightcap IOWA AR R H P0 A E
The Michigan team looked very Landes, If........ 4 1 0 1 0 1
much improved in this contest, in Thompson. ss .... .4 0 0 2 1 1
spite of two misjudged flies by right- Farmer, 2b .......5 2 2 0 3 1
fielder Paul White. Iowa pitcher Lind, rf .......... 4 1 2 1 0 0
Kenney was nicked for 13 blows, in- Rinkema, cf ......3 0 0 2 0 0
cluding a double by Don Lund, whose Kingsbury, lb ....4 0 1 8 0 0
hitting and fielding in both games Trickey, 3b ......4.0 0 1 3 1
was excellent, and triples by Bob Ebner, c .........4 0 1 8 0 0
Stenbergaand Bob Wiese. Stille, p.........4 0 1 5 0 0
Lund and Stenberg took batting
t i0 doubles and a single in the first
game, to which he added his double MICHIGAN ........... 000 000 201
and onother single in the second. IOWA .................102 100 00x
Stenberg got 'five for ten.'
Lind and Farmer led the Hawks in (Second Game)
hitting. k MICHIGAN . AB R H PO A E
Howard Wikel, of Ann Arbor, mn Stenberg, 2b ...... 5 2 3 2 2 0
his first start at shortstop, made four Wiese,g f.........5 1 2 5 0 0
singles in the two games. FreshmanBanchard, 3b....4 10 1 0
and fellow Ann Arborite Dick Walter-Bahard,3b....4.20101 0
house got two hits in the nightcap. White, rf........5 0 0 1 1 0
Elmer Swanson, catcher who is also Lund, cf .........5 2 2 3 0 0
one of the star hurdlers of the track Walterhouse, lb ..5 0 2 9 1 0
team, got two safeties in the opener. Wikel, ss........5 0 3 1 2 1
The second game marked the first Swanson, c .......5 0 0 5 0 0
home defeat for Iowa in 19 games. Fishman, p ...... 4 0 0 1 4 0

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MICKEY FISHMAN
senior pitcher who allowed
the Hawkeyes ten hits in the sec-
ond game of the doubleheader yes-
terday, but had thecontrol to hold
them to three runs.
Wakefield Stars
Again for Tigers
MUNCIP, Ind., April 10.- UP)-
Rookie Dick Wakefield continued his,
sensational spring hitting by ham-
mering out a three-run triple in the
seventh inning to pace the Detroit
Tigers to an easy 4 to 1 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates in an exhibi-
tion game here today.
Coming tobat in the seventh with
the bases filled and two out, the 21-
year-old former University of Michi-
gan outfielder drilled a three-and-
two pitch into left centerfield off
Lloyd Dietz, second of two Pirate
hurlers to clear the bases.
Wakefield now has nine hits in 22
times at bat for a .409 average. In
the outfield he had only one putout
and handled two batted balls flaw-
lessly.
Freshmen Show
Promise in Discus
When big George Ostroot left Mich-
igan early this spring to enter the
Army Air Forces Varsity Coach Ken
Doherty was left without a single ex-
perienced discus thrower for the
outdoor track season.
Ostroot, Varsity discus tosser and
shot putter during the 1942 outdoor
campaign, had always been depended
on to pick up points in both events.
He consistently tossed the discus
over 140 feet and was to have borne
the Wolverine's hopes this spring.
His departure left Coach Doherty
without a Varsity discus tosser of
proven ability. However, Coach Chet
Stackhouse sent two of his freshmen
prospects, George Kraeger and Bob
Gardner, to Doherty and both show
promise of developing into point win-
ners.
With little or no high school experi-
ence to back them up both Kraeger
and Gardner have been hitting 130
feet in initial practice sessions and
show indication of considerable im-
provement before the outdoor cam-
paign gets underway.
Coach Doherty has several other
prospects in Dimitri Zonars, Dick
Ahlbeck, Bill Perham and Bob Oren.

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Natators Win
In State AA U's
A quartet of Michigan s%' mmers
completely dominated the two men's
events in the Michigan AAU cham-
pionships held Friday night at the
Women's City Club pool in Detroit.
Harry Holiday, star backstroker,
capitalized on his dorsaling ability
to give him a margin of victory in
the 150-yard individual medley over
fellow Wolverine Charlie Fries in
1:37.5. The third Michigan sopho-
more in the race, Johnny McCarthy,
grabbed the show position.
Fries was in the lead at the end
of the breaststroke leg, but Harry
more than made up for it in the
backstroke fifty yards. Charlie pick-
id up again in the final lap, the free-
style, but Holiday was a little too
far in front. His time was three
and a half seconds slower than the
American record.
In the 100-yard freestyle the fourth
Wolverine to make the trip, Mert
Church, runner-up at the distance
in the National AAU's, won over'
Fries and Holiday in 53.7. This was
well over a second slower than Mert's
time in the AAU meet a week ago
in New York.

Totals ..
IOWA
Landes, If
Thompson, s
Farmer, 2b.
Lind, rf ..
Rinkema, cf
Briscoe, lb
Trickey, 3b
Ebner, c
Kenney, p
Totals ..

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DR. J. L HROMADKA
will not speak Tuesday, APRIL 13 at
Rackham Lecture Hall, due to the
University aptitude test. He will speak
FRIDAY, APRIL 16 at 8:00 P.M. at
Rackham Lecture Hall.
HIS SUBJECT:
"What is Dynamic Christianity's
Answer to the Present Crisis?"
(Auspices. Committee for Dynamic Christianity)

MICHIGAN...........301 001 002
IOWA .................002 000 100
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Navy 3, Princeton 0
Notre Dame 21, Chicago 1
Lake Forest 14, Illinois Tech 6
Penn State 3, Villanova 2 (12 Inn-
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ATTENTION!
All interested freshmen and
sophomores are urged to try out
for football manager. Call Don
Howell, senior manager, at 4438.
Those chosen will be excused from
PEM. Since some of the junior
managers have left school, there
will be several numeral sweaters
awarded.

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OL. I, No. 26 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN APRIL 11, 1943

REPUBLICANS ran
rampant in Michigan last
week in the elections..
gaie thing happened in
Ann Arbor . . . Prof. Leigh
J. Young of the forestry
school was reelected may-
or, defeating Prof. John L.
Brumm of the journalism
department... .Prof. Young
carried all'of the city's ten
precincts in one of the
lightest votes in years ...
Ii mahy other municipal
elections the candidates
were unopposed.
* * *
FOUR ROTC 'staff offi-
cers had promotions an-
nounced by the War De-
partment last week
Cant. Roland L. Kolb was

ROTC, having
for 18 years.
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served here

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TAPPING has been the
order of the week with the
women even getting all
hepped up about reward-
ing the hard workers . . .
Vulcan, engineering non-
scholastic honor society,
tapped 14 men for mem-
bership Saturday night. . .
Karl Brenkery, Chuck Dot-
terrer, Don Engl, Art Gieb,
Louis Haughey, Herbert
Heavenrich, Bill Jacobs,
Ken Moehl, Bill Pritula,
Karl Reed, William Ses-
sions, George Sloan, and
George Snow are the new
Vulcans.
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BOMBERS, UNIFORMS

scene . . . The parade will
be escorted by a powerful
Liberator bomber from the
Willow Run plant as a
special feature . . . March-
ing units from every
branch of 'the military
groups on campus will fig-
ure prominently in the
parade . . . All the ROTC,
the NROTC, as well as the
soldiers in the Army
schools will parade... The
University and Ann Arbor
bands will provide the
marching music for the
hour-long review ... Lieut.
C. D. Vaughan, who is con-
nected with military head-
quarters on campus, will
be the marshal of the par-
ade . . . A squadron of
naval pursuit planes from

ternational Government."
. . . The Conference went
on in four panel discus-
sions which studied various
phases of post-war plan-
ning . . . Campus brains
and professors, brains too,
convened for the confer-
ences.
* * *
TRAGEDY hit the cam-
pus last week too.. . Agnes
Day Gilson, 19-year-old
bride of two weeks, was
fatally burned when a spot
fire raced through her
two-room apartment . . .
Her husband, Dr. Charles
Mark Gilson, 24-year-old
dentist, was confined to
St. Joseph's Mercy Hos-
pital, severely burned . . .
The young bride, who was

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