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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

mts Trounce
-Stars, 22-12
erly Sparks Pros to Win in Rain;
lie, Barnes Lead Stars' Offense

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O (lf)-Charlie Conerly
New York Giants to a
ry over the College All-
night before a damp
early 75,000 in Soldier
die of Stanford almhost
onerly's -passing skill
Ray Barnes of Wake
gled his way through
offense to keep the
ispense almost to the
arnes Scores
scdred the All - Star
and Paige Cothren of
kicked two field goals
ly missed a third.
passed for both of the
bdowns, but Ben Aga-
d e d the spectacular
his two field goals for
rk team. He kicked one
rds away in the first
another from 45 in
off and on throughout

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the end of the first period when
Agajanian kicked a field goal from
33 yards away. Barnes presented
the Giants with the opportunity
when he fumbled and Charley
Toogood recovered on the All-
Stars 25~,
Giants Show Power
The Giants show ed real power
in the second period. The NFL
champions moved 88 yards in only
five plays. One of these was a
33-yd. pass from Conerly to Web-
ster. Then Conerly passed to Keh
MacAfee who caught the ball on
the All-Stars' 25 and ran for the
touchdown. The play was good for
38 yards.,;
The All-Stars came back after
the Giants took a 10-6 lead in the
second period. The collegians
swept from their 15.to the Giants'
7 in 10 plays.
Then Cothren of Mississippi
kicked a fleld goal from the 7.
A ruling that Peaks of Michigan
State interfered with one of Con-
e'rly's passes intended for Frank
Giford paved the way for the
Giants touchdown in the third
period. This gave the ball to the
Giants on the All-Stars' 15 and
Conerly promptly passed to -Mac-
Afee who was all alone in the end
zone.

CHARLIE CONERLY JOHN MATSKO
. Giants sparkplug .. strong at center

Snead Fires
69 To Keep
Tam Lead
CHICAGO (A)- - With the in-
stinct of an old fire horse when
the alarm sounds, perked-up Sam
Snead showed his heels to the
awed younger pros yesterday with
a second-round 69 and a sizzling
halfway total of 134 to maintain
his lead in golf's biggest money
stampede.
Finishes in Rain.
The 45-yr.-old sweet swinger
finished his chore in a light rain
at Tam O'Shanter.
His 134 represented 10 strokes
under par and wheeled him far-
ther ahead in the field of .100 pros
prospecting for the game's richest
reward - $50,000 in cash and a
$50,000 exhibition contract.
Mike Souchak with a 33-37-70
and Shelley Mayfield with 36-34-.
70 shared third place at 138.
Grouped at 139 were Ed Oliver
and Tony Holguin, followed at 140
by Bob Rosburg and Arnold
Palmer.
National Open champion Dick
Mayer and highly-favored Gene'
Littler were among. seven, check-
ing in at 141. Dow Finsterwald
and Bill Casper, two other touted
young players, were among those
at 142.
Kroll Shoots 143
Defending "World" champion
Ted Kroll was buried at 143 along
with Jerry Barber and Jack Fleck,
while All-American winner Rc-
berto de Vicenzo was an also -ran
at 147 and leading money-winner
and Masters' champion Doug
Ford was lost at 148.
Rounding out the other sections
of the "World" championships:
Men amateurs - defending
champion Ward .Wettlaufer of
Buffalo, N.Y., shot his second 72
for 144 and a one-stroke lead.
Women pros - Louise Suggs,
twice a runnerup, smashed a 73,
for 4-under-par 148 and a two-

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mph in the 24th
.e it 15 victories
teams against
egians with two
the game, the
eason, g6 to the

.ts 10-Pt. Favorites
Lnts, the National League
s of 1956, were 10-pt.
In the end it was their
beam play that tipped
ce despite the perform-
Brodie, Barnes, Paul
of Notre Dame, Jim
Syracuse and Jon Ar-
uthern California.
atsko of Michigan State
trong game for the All-
;enter.'
-Stars scored at the out-
Alex Webster of the Gi-
ledand Wayne Bock of
covered on the All-Star
s carried over from the
Brodie passed to' Ron
f Michigan foi 10 and to
11. Abe Woodson of Illi-
pered around left end for

SMOKY BURGESS LINDY McDANIEL
. homers against 'Cubs .. . scalped by Braves

Yank Lead Cut to, Four Games;
Braves Increase Margin to 312

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BALTIMORE -- Bob Nieman
snapped out of a slump last night
with a home run and two doubles
as he drove in all the runs for the
Baltimore Orioles in a 4-3 victory
over the New York Yankees.
The loss, third straight and
fourth in their last five games,
left the Yanks fodr games ahead
of second-place Chicago in the
American League standings.

gnt thle
ts' first

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A, Big Ten Chiefs,
Law, Order Prevail

ElHCAQO (N)- The chief offi-
s of the National Collegiate
Metic Assn. and the Big Ten,
reports to the nation's football
ters, agreed yesterday that law
d order prefail in the college
Lletie rnks despite a few rebels.
Valter Byers, executive direc-
of the NCAA and Kenneth L.
ug" Wilson, Big Ten commis-
nerA made statistical reports on
ir athletic codes before the an-
al meeting of the Football
iters Assn. of America.
'Done Tremendous Job'
3yers, pointing out that 18 cas-
of NCAA code violations cur-
tly are being investigated, still
ne' to, the conclusion that "this'
gram has done a tremendous
in cooperation with the con-
ences, "of establishing law and
er in college athletic adminis-
bion."
ithough .the Big Ten recently
pended. Indiana's new football
ch, Phil Dickens, for violating
controversial new financial aid'
gram, Wilson told the writers:
I , think there definitely is a
wing acceptance and approval
the plan among 'our people, as
niristrators and coaches have
a chance to see it in opera-
Pegged on Grants
'he Big Ten plan primarily is
ged .on grants for board; room,
ks, tuition and fees on the
is of need. The need factor is
ermined by a professional sur-
of an interested athlete's fam-
means.
Conference school pays the
erence between the total cost.
what the family presumably
afford--or the whole amount,
he survey certifies it.
'he Big Ten also allows full fi-
icial aid to Athletes with high
demic rating. Under the new
n, each Big Ten'school was al-
ed to extend 100 tenders of aid
prospective freshmen athletes.
s codered all sports.
691 Acceptances Reported
Vilson reported that, as of the
K. 1 deadline for accepting ten-
s, 911 were extended to 776
s with a total of 691, accept-
es. The percentage of accept-
e was 89 per cent, indicating
t 11 per cent._of athletes de-
d by Big Ten schools enrolled
side the Conference.
UP e t it

Despite the Dickens case and.
rumors which Wilson said hinted
that virtually every Conference
school was under investigation,,
the commissioner said there was
-no indication whatsoever of wide-
spread violations.
But. Wilson pointed, out that
Jack Ryan, a formerd conference
athlete and football official, and'
a former FBI agent, heads an in-'
vestigation system in which' Ryan
has developed "a network of cor-
responding investigators" to track
down any cited violations. These
men aill have FBI experience.
Major League,
Standings-

Nieman slugged his homer in
the fourth off loser Whitey Ford
and hit a base-clearing double in
the sixth following singles by Bil-
ly Gardner and Bob Boyd and a
walk to George Kell.
White Sox 5, Tigers 4
CHICAGO - Nellie Fox kept
alive Chicago's diminishing pen-
nant hopes yesterday when he
twice drove in the game-tying run,
then romped home. in 'the 11lth
inning on Larry Doby's single for
a. 5-4'huphill WhiteSox victory
over the Detroit Tigers.
Fox' single in the ninth inning
scored pinch runner Ted Beard
to send the game into extra inn-
ings with the score tied, 3-3. The
diminutive second baseman also
singled home a run in the bottom
of the 11th after Detroit :gad tak-
en a 4-3 lead, then scored tte
winning marker on Doby's shot
into center field.
Braves 13, Cardinals 2
ST. I OUIS - Milwaukee
streaked to the biggest lead in the
National League this season- 31/2
games - as Bob Buhl, backed by
an 18-hit attack, subdued the
second-place St.i Louis Cardinals
last night, 13-2.
It was Buhl's fifth victory in a
row and the Braves' fifth straight
success.
Loser Lindy McDaniel was hit
hard for six runs and seven hits,
five of them extra-base blows in
two and one-third innings.
* * * -
Redlegs 9-6, Cubs 7-4
CINCINNATI - A four-run up-
rising on five hits in the eighth
inning carried Cincinnati's Red-
legs to a 6-4 victory over Chica-
go's Cubs last night in the night
cap, completing a doubleheader
sweep.
The Reds outslugged #.he Cubs
in the opener for a 9-7 triumph.
The Cubs got a rally' going in
the ninth inning of the finale,.
putting across a run before relief-
ers Hershell Freeman and finally
Brooks Lawrence could snuff it
out.
Catcher Smoky Burgess won the
first-game slugfest for Cincinnati
with a three-run homer.
* * *
Senators 8, Red Sox 0
BOSTON-Washington's Pedro
Ramos, long-time Red Sox tor-
mentor, hurled a six-hit, 8-0 vic-
tory over Boston last night for
the Senators' seventh triumph in
their last eight games.
First baseman Art Schult drove
in four runs.

Athletics 3, Indians 2
CLEVELAND - Billy Martin's
single in the 13th inning scored
Bob Cerv from second base 'and
led tha Kansas City Athletics to
a 3-2 victory over the Cleveland
Indians last night.
The defeat dropped the Indians
into fifth place, a half-game be-
hind the Baltimore Orioles.

Women amateurs - Clifford
Ann Creed of Opelousas, La., in-
creased her lead to six strokes
with a 78 for 159.
The "World" championship
winds up 72 holes of pressure
shooting tomorrow.

stroke lead.t
Miss Creed Leada

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Star Hurdler Defies AAU,
Wed on 'Bride and Groom'

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NEW YORK (AP) - In defiance
of the Amateur Athletic Union,
Olympic gold medal winner Lee
Calhoun was married yesterday
on the "Bride and Groom" tele-
vision show to his college sweet-
heart, Gwendolyn Bannister.
An AAU spokesman said that
the moment the 23-yr.-old athlete
appeared on the network show he
disqualified himself bs an ama-
teur.
Dan Ferris, executive secretary
of the AAU, had warned Calhoun
a week ago that the commercial-
ized wedding would capitalize on
his athletic fame. The couple re-
ceived gifts worth an estimated
$2,500, as well as an undisclosed
amount of traveler's checks and
plane tickets for a Paris honey-
moon.
The AAU has strict rules
against appearances on commer-
cialized TV and radio programs.
There was one surprise when
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Movie..
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The Modern
Miniature Golf Game
Ypsi-Ann Golf Course Next to
Ypsi-Ann Drive-In Theatre

the Olympic Games 110-yd. high
hurdle champion's father, the
Rev. Carey 'Calhoun of the Even.-
ing' Star Baptist Church,v Gary,
Ind, married the couple. Calhoun,
a native of Laurel, Miss,, now re-
sides in Gary. The bride, from
Pinehurst, N.C., met Calhoun at
'a school dance when both attend-
ed North Carolina College.
Calhoun said that if he lost his
amateur standing "it would. hurt'
me very much, but I would con-
tinue my work as an athletic in-
structor."
He plans to join the Cleveland
recreation department Sept. 3.
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the hilarious comedy
"THE TENDER
TRAP"

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ENDING TONIGHT!
Last Complete Show 8:45 P.M.
"BEGINNING OF THE END"
also "THE UNEARTHLY"
TONIGHT at MIDNIGHT!
Doors Open 11:30 P.M. -One Showing Only

AMERICANl

New York
Chicago
Boston
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Cleveland
Detroit
Washington
Kansas City

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 4,New York 3
Chicago .5, Detroit 4
(11 Innings)
Kansas City 3 Cleveland .2
, (13 innings)
Washington 8, Boston 0
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Kansas City at Cleveland - Ur-
ban (1-2) vs. Garcia (5-7)..
Washington at Boston - Pascual
(8-11, vs. Porterfield (3=4) or Sisler
(7-6).
New Yorl at Baltimore (N) - Lar-
sen. (6-4) vs. Wight (3-5)' or Brown
(4-6)"
Detroit at Chicago (N)-Lary (4-15)
vs. Derrington (0-0)'

SAugust 9 and 1 Q
Friday and Saturday
LITTLE THEATRE

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EXCITING STORY I .

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Chuckling tongue - in - cheek
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SUNDAY

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee 13, St. Louis 2
Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 2
Cincinnati 9-6, Chicago 7-4
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Philadelphia at 'New York - Had-
dix (9-8) vs. Barclay (5-7).
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh Drysdale
(9-6) vs. Purkey (10-8). ~
Chicago at Cincinnati - Hillman
(4-7) vs. Jeffcoat (8-8).
Milwaukee at St. Louis - (N)
Spahn (11-8) vs. V. McDaniel (6-2).

Ends Tonite-- Late. Show
Starts at 11:45
All-Color Cartoon Party
ANTHONY QUINN in
Man From Del Rio
GUY MADISON in
Beast From Hollow Mountain
in Color-
Starts Sunday
Gunfight At OK Corral
Chasing The Sun

Opening SUNDAY!
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