Sport: Who Won, Apr. 14, 1941

>Lynx-lithe Dave Freeman of Pasadena, 20: the U.S. badminton championship, for the third year in a row; lambasting Carl Loveday of Montclair, N.J. in the final, 15-6, 15-8; in Cleveland's Public Hall. Champion Freeman is also a crack tennis player: national junior champion in 1938, fourth ranking doubles player of the U.S. (with Ted Schroeder) in 1939.

>Yoga-trained Lou Nova, 26: a heavyweight prize fight against 32-year-old Max Baer, onetime world's champion; by a technical knockout in the eighth round; after Madcap Max had shot his bolt, was too weary to get out of Nova's way; at Manhattan's Madison Square Garden.

>Golfer Craig...

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