European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1962, Page 19

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse17, 1962 the stars and stripes 19 a ants mail Cuddy fed Cene full file an official Chal new York state next week for Moore s portion of Champion monday night. A Middle by the National wanted to file and Post a forfeit tuesday. But Man advised him to week until the situation be fact Jordan Utah who fighter of 1i�e year night at the annual boxing writers As it co eager to fight for Ivy title that manager it s an obsession with 3d, issued has Public i to 45-year-old Moore be crowd of More than writers dinner in the hotel a said he .167 or 1kb pounds Moore Archie would have an of Only eight or nine. Ver him since neither More than the 175 it. His Home in san Diego Fullmer s Challenge a allows so Vic Lomeii to play w St. Louis National basketball association executives meeting prior to the 12th annual a Star game monday voted to allow players on Active duty with the armed forces to participate in league Baylor the of meant that los Angeles Laker Ace Elgi Baylor and Lennie Wilkena backline artist of the St Louis Hawks would be Able to see action during the current Campaign. The Rule states that one Serviceman from each Aba club will be allowed to participate in league games. However there Are Only two Aba players currently on Active duty Baylor and Wolkens. League president Maurice Podoloff said however that the Serviceman must be taken off the club s inactive list and should the player not be Able to appear for a game the team will have to play shorthanded. Other business taken care of was the choosing of the site for the next All Star game the owners selected los Angeles but no specific Date was set although it will probably be held during february of next year. T an expected motion to allow visiting teams to share in Gate receipts never materialized Podoloff said. He also said the annual player draft will be held next april and that plans for a professional basketball Hall of Fame were not discussed. Wll Keiu Fullmer he chuckled Ere fore do not want to grief in Utah nor make t by destroying his Fristic who is recon red As 175 i Campton in Europe and including new York suggested that qualify himself by fight Johnson of Philadel is recognized As Light Champion by the a boxing association. Both and top contender Dong new York already have challenges in new York Moore and have posted econ of those challenges the commission has ordered sign before Jan. 31 for a inst Johnson. Jones or Aber commission approved however it is possible will have to defend portion against Jones who on Page j6jw Bruins goalie key figure in club shakeup Boston a the Boston Bruins underwent a shakeup including a Swap of goaltender Don head for Bruce Gamble monday in an Effort to improve their Jast place standing in the National hockey league. The club announced that Rookie head will return immediately to the Portland farm club in the Western league for the 24-year-old Gamble. Gamble worked the Bruins net most of last season As successor to Don Simmons but made Way for head 1960 Canadian olympic i earn Star this past fall. Currently Gamble is the leading goalie in the Western circuit. Two others recalled the Bruins also announced the Yare. Bringing up left Wing Larry Leach from Providence in the american hockey league and sending Down Bob Beckett in his Williams . Olympic learn member in 1960 from dululh.minn., was recalled from King Ston ont. In the Eastern professional league. Terry Gray is the player being swapped in this move. Leach took a turn with the Bruina two yours a no and was returned to Hie minors for More seasoning lie missed the first 14 games this year at Providence due to a broken ankle. Since then he has eight goals and 18 , a natural Center was converted to right Wing at King Ston by the Bruins who need strength at that position. In 33games. Williams has nine goals and 26 Points. Currently the Bruins Are deepen the nil cellar 35 Points he Hind fifth place Detroit. Reniff gets Call seeks deferment Ontario Calif. Up Hal Reniff Youthful Relief Pitcher for the world s Champion new York Yankees said that he had received a notice he would be called up for military his Winter Home Here Reniff said he had applied for a defer ment hut thus far has not receive Dan answer. Reniff a 23-year-old appeared in 25 games for the Yankees entirely As a Relief Pitcher and compiled a 2-0 record. Teammate to join Dietzel coach of army s Backfield 5, Ohio up Wil Little has resigned As Al and football coach a senior High school to to position As offensive Back it the is. Military 37, will join former teammate Paul Dietzel diesel recently signed ii coach at the acad leaving Louisiana state All Ohio football player from Mansfield and later at Ohio state University Doo tule was head coach at his Alma mater two years and compiled a 12-6-3 record. He left a salary of $9,500 a year. Doolittle and Dietzel both starred on Mansfield s unbeaten 1&41 team. Doolittle who came Here from Flint Mich Central High was expected to leave of West Point. N.y., about feb. 1. His salary there was not announced. Charlie Neal. ,. Regular since 56 mets contract okd by Neal new York up the new York mets announced Monrina they had received the signed con tract of second baseman Charlie Neal acquired from the los an Geles dodgers last month for in fielder Outfield r Lee Walls and a reported $125,000. The mails also brought another signed contract that of Ray Davi Ault a Rookie Pitcher the mets had purchased from the san Francisco giants for $50,000. The mets now have Eihl players in the fold for 1962. 1939 top season the mets Are counting heavily on Neal despite his poor season with the dodgers in 1961. When he bulled a career Low of .235 in108 games. Just two years ago Neal was the National league s nil Star Sec Ond baseman in a season in which he halted .287 and slammed 19 Home runs. He was voted the dodgers outstanding player in the 1959 world series Triumph Over the Chicago White sox. Neal. Who will be 31 this month has been a big league regular since 195g. By. Man named Aba treasurer Hagerstown ind. Map m. R. Bob Evans director of the Kentucky stale athletic Board of control has been selected As treasurer of the National boxing association. Evans who is vice president of citizens Fidelity Bonk & Trust co., Louisville will fill out the unexpired term of Louis r. Radzienda who resigned As Aba treasurer Evans automatically becomes a member of the Aba executive committee. Gionfriddo gets Post Santa Barbara Calif. Up Al Gionfriddo whose spectacular catch in the 1947 world series robbed Joe Dimaggio of a Home run has been named business manager of the class c California league Santa Barbara ranchers. Browns rehire Collier will work with of fee Cleveland map Branton Collier fired by the University of Kentucky which bought to a the final three years of his contract at $17,500 a year is rejoining the Cleveland Browns of the National football league. Collier was one of coach Lbrown s original staff when the team was formed in 1946 and i he handled the club s defense until1963, when he resigned to become head football coach at Kentucky. The 55-year-old Collier referred to by the Browns As a Brilliant tactician will return Here As. Offensive coach. / tickled to death i m tickled to death said Brown. Branton is one of the finest technical minds i be s among the Best on the scientific aspects of the game and should be a tremendous help to us. Hell work with the offence primarily but hell also help wit the defense. By Nylon is what you d Call a Fine idea Man As Well As a wonder Ful gentleman he was always my closest confidant during two seasons at great lakes and eight in Cleveland so it s a great personal pleasure to Welcome him in eight years at Kentucky Collier s teams had a 41-36-3 rec Ord including a 5-5 slate last sea endorsement ban on Japan gloves okd by n. Y. Firms Washington a three new York firms have agreed to a government order which prohibit them from making false claims that japanese made baseball gloves Are used or endorsed by prominent major league stars. The Federal Trade commission issued a consent order disposing of a 1960 complaint in which the commission charged that the companies had the japanese manufacturer imprint the names of base Ball stars on gloves which the stars neither used nor approved. The names used included those of Tony Kubek Elston Howard Rocky Calavito Al Kaline Whitey Ford Early Wynn Duke Snider Bill Skowron and Jim Bunning. This practice according to the complaint gave retailers the Means to mislead the Public especially teen or sub teen age Hoys and diverts Trade unfairly from com Indianapolis entry filed for Marshman Indianapolis up Bobb Marshman of Pottstown pa., co Titiner of the 1961 Rookie of the year award it the Indianapolis motor Speedway is the first Driver to be named for the 46th annual 500-mile Auto race. Marshman seventh in his first "500" last memorial Day was nominated to drive a car qualified by Don Branson for a first Row spot last May but was the first eliminated from the grind by mechanical trouble. Son. He was released by Kentucky two weeks ago a native of Millers arg by he was credited with devising Many of tote pass defense patterns that helped Cleveland dominate the old All american conference before the team went into the nil. At Lexington ky., Collier said of the Cleveland Job to very Branton Collier welcomed Back Happy to have the Opportunity to go Back. One of the most enjoyable periods of my life was the eight years i spent in Cleveland and i m flattered that Paul Brown wants me Collier said he expects to report to Cleveland in blast arouses Podoloff new York Cupi Maurice Podoloff president of the National basketball association says he in tends to look into a statement by vice president Tom Grace of the Cincinnati royals which criticized other Aba owners for greed Grace in an interview in Cincin Nati called the Aba owners the most selfish Bunch of men i be Ever been associated with and said their attitude was Hooray for me and the hell with the rest Rotthe Podoloff said he would not make direct comment on the statement until he had studied a copy of the interview. Bucs sign Francisj Pittsburgh App i tech r Earl Francis became the seventh Pittsburgh pirate to sign a 1962 contract the club announced. The right hander from Beckley w.va., appeared in 23 games last year and posted a 2-8 record and 4,31 earned run average

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