THE MICIGAN DAILY
All-Stars, Giants Meet Tonight;
Pros Favored by 10 Points
Coach Curly Lambeau of the
All-Stars has" been cagey about
his offensive plans but said "if
I had to pick 11 men, Peaks would
be one of them." Peaks was side-
lined most of last season by in-
juries but has shown great run-
ning form in practice.
Both teams took light workouts
yesterday under a warm sun.
This will be the first game the
Giants have played since they
walloped the Chicago Bears, 47-7,
last December and won the NFL
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CHICAGO MP) - Sam Snead,
who is said to have the keys' to
Ft. Knox, picked up the scent of
Tam O'Shanter's bonanza yester-
day with a seven-under-par 65
and the first-round lead of the,
$101,200 "World" championship
Takes One-Stroke Edge
The 45-yr.-old veteran, who
probably is golf's best-heeled pro,
breezed over Tam's 6,915-yd. play-
ground in 32-33 for a one-stroke
edge in the chase for the game's
biggest award--$50,000 in cash
and a likeamount in an exhibi-
Jerry Barber, 41-yr.-old ban-
tam. from Los Angeles, rolled into
second place with 32-34-66 and
missed a share of the lead with a
bogey 5 on the last hole.
In third place with a 67 was a
33-yr.-old Canadian, Al Balding,
who birdied the last three holes.
Grouped at 68 were Shelley
Mayfield, Mike Souchak and Dow,
Finsterwald, who has finished in
the money in 58 consecutive tour-
The other fields of the "World"
shaped up this way:
Ross Leads Amateurs
Men amateurs -- Bob Ross Jr.,
20-yr.-old state amateur cham-
pion from Springfield, Ohio, with
71 for a one-stroke margin over
defending champion Ward Wett-
laufer of Buffalo, N.Y., and All-
American 'titlist Don Cherry.
Women's amateur - Clifford
Ann Creed, Opelousas, 'La., with
81 for a two-stroke lead over Lois
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was second with .106 points com-
pared with the Badgers' 137.,
Stoneham Receives Offer
NEW YORK P) -- President
Horace Stoneham of the.New York
Giants yesterday formally an-
nounced receipt-of what he termed
"a-very firm and fair offer" in
San Francisco's bid to lure the
National League baseball club to
the West Coast. f
The offer reportedly guarantees
that San Francisco will build a
45,000-capacity stadium. -
Neither Stoneham nor Vice-
President Chub Feeney, who spent
most. of the day in conference,
revealed terms of the offer, how-
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 65 42 .607 -
St. Louis 62 44 .585 2Y/
Brooklyn 60 47 .561 5
Cincinnati 58 49 .542 7
Philadelphia 58 49 -.542 7
New York 48 61 .440 18
Chicago 39 66 .371 25
Pittsburgh 37 69 .349 27Y
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 3
New York 12, Brooklyn 3
Chicago 4, St. Louis 3
Milwaukee at St. Louis (N)--Buhl
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Chicago at Cincinnati (2-twi-night)
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Fowler (3-0) and Amor (1-0).
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N)-Mc-
Devitt (4-1) vs. Friend (7-14).
Philadelphia at New York (N) -
Roberts (8-14) vs. Crone (4-6).
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