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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 25, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes to i thursday selected for baseball Hall Boston apr Bob Feuer the one ume Iowa farm boy with the crackling and Jackie Robinson the first Ever to play in the major leagues. elected to baseball s Hall of Fame the right handed Feller whose 18 major league years show 265 victories and 158tones All for the Cleveland indians received 150 votes. Robinson whose timely hitting sure Fielding and dancing feet helped carry the former beloved bums of Brooklyn into six subway world series with the new York Yankees received 124 votes. Robinson former Urcla football basketball and track Star is the first negro to be voted into the Hall of famed baseball s shrine at Cooperstown a total of 120 votes 75 per cent of the 160 cast was necessary for election to the Hall of Fame. Robinson and Feller Are the first player selected by the baseball writers association of America in the last three biennial polls. " Joe Cronin now american league presi Dent and Hank Greenbergh. Voted into the Hall in 1956,\ the last enshrined bythe writers. V Lane toppled by Randall in Houston Serap Houston a Garland rip Rand Alan a ranked lightweight from Dallas upset Kenny Lane by taking unanimous decision in their id Rounder tuesday. Lane la the no. 2-ranked Junior welterweight and is sixth ranked in the lightweight division. The Musk Effon. Mic Veteran weighed 143 to Randall s 145. It was Lane s 88th pro fight and he needed All the experience at his command to keep the decision Aldose at it was. Lane penalized referee Pepper Smith scored it97-83 and the two judges had it 96r92 and 98-91 Lane lost two Points in the fourth round when Smith penalized him for hitting after the Bell. Neither fighter was downed but the Dallas Boxer s swarming attack kept Lane on the defensive through most of the flight Lane s right Eye was Cut in the fifth round but Randall was unmarked. Randall record is 28-7-2. Lane a won 78 of his 88 fights. Boston a Young Joe Denucci of Newton. Mass. Despite two head cuts pounded out a unanimous 10-round decision tuesday night in his third meeting wit Veteran Ralph Tiger Jones of toners ., in a rough House fight at Boston Garden. Denucci 22, had Tost badly tothe 33-year-old Jones in their first match. The two battled to a draw last year though most observers thought the 1961 decision was kindly to the inexperienced de Nuccil Denue Sei weighed 165 to Jones 158, both judges gave it to ,99-94. Referee Eddie Bradley had it 99-95 for Denucci. The associated press scored it 97-96 for Jones. Jones 87th fight it was a pier six Battle the Las four rounds. Jones appearing in his 87th fight Over the past dozen years opened a Cut on Denucci Scalp above the hairline during a wild Exchange in the eighth. And Denucci had a Cut Over his left Eye before the stanza ended. Denucci s left Eye was a re Circle most of the rest of the Way. But he refused to Stop coming won it on his Early rounds slowing Down considerably i the fourth fifth and sixth be fore beginning to Jab Well again. The Victory brought Denucci record to 31-3-2. For Jones it was the 31st defeat against 51 wins and five draws. Magazine founder Dies Southern Pines . Up Roscoe s. Potts co founder and Veteran publisher of baseball mag Azine suffered & heart attack and died. He was 72. Potts retired a publisher of the Magazine in 1931 and had lived in retirement. The stars and stripes $4,000 pay raise by United press International Johnny Roseboro one of the few dodgers to live up to expectations last season has been. Amply re warded by his los Angeles Bosses with a contract calling for a $4,000 versatile Catcher signed tues Day for an estimated $20,000, a Fig ure worthy of his 1361 accomplish ments when he led the dodgers in Home runs set two major league catching records. There is an added reason for optimism concerning Roseboro next season. For four years he has struggled against the Wall in the los Angeles Pappas nixes orioles9 offer Rochester A Mil Pappas one of the Bright Young pitchers of the Baltimore orioles says his right Arm is ready to throw fast balls but not to sign contract. Certainly not the one the served up to me said the 22-year old hurler tuesday. They offered me the same Money As last year. They la have to do better a lot better before they get me to sign. We re far apart right now. I feel have a Good raise due sidelined in May with a forearm that kept him off the Mound for More than a month the 6-foot,3-Inch,. 190-Pounder rallied strongly to the second half of the was 12-6 for the second half finishing with a 13-9 Overall record a 3.03 earned run average his lowest in four full seasons with the orioles a Complete games an four shutouts. 20 wins possible i had a lot of dental work done said Milt who is making the Winter banquet swing. I fee real Good. I m pretty sure i can have my Best season. If i can Getoff to a decent Start i feel i can win 20 Detroit native now a Resi Dent of Baltimore hit the big Topin his first year of pro Ball. He started with Knoxville of the Sally league in 1957 and finished the season with the orioles. He was0-0 that year. In 1958 he was 10-10 and Fol Lowed Withas-9. 15-11 and 13-9 for a 53-39 lifetime for the orioles who finished third last year. Milt said we redoing to be a rough club. Well be in coliseum a faraway Barrier wit which few left handers had much Success. However the dodgers will removing into the new Chavez Ravine stadium this season where lefty sluggers will get an even break with right , who hit Only .213 a i960, boosted his average to .251 last year while hitting 18 Home Sand driving in 59 runs. He set major league standards for catch ers with 877 putouts and 933 chances accepted. The dodgers also signed two highly regarded rookies Pitcher Joe Mueiler and infielder Watly Heckel. Twins sign Lemon slugging outfielder Jim Lemon agreed to terms wit the Minne Sota twins accepting a alight reduction in pay Over his reported$30,000 salary in 1961. Lemon after hitting 38 homers with 100 Bis ini960, slumped to a .258 batting average last season with 14 Home Sand drove in Only 52 runs. Also signing with the twins was flashy shortstop Zoilo Versalles who batted 580 last new York Yankees Corral led left handed Relief Pitcher mar shall Bridges whom they obtained from the Cincinnati reds and to Nus rookies Ron Soto mind a 21 year old outfielder and Alan Hall a 23-year-old Catcher. The Chicago cubs announced the signings of four players Andre Rodgers Paul Popovich Jim me Knight and Moe Thacker. Final Dietzel aide named by army West Point Up a Tad Schroeder former assistant coach at the University of Cincinnati has been named an assistant to head football coach Paul Dietzel atthe . Military Academy. The announcement by army said this appointment rounds out Dietzel s staff. Previously named As assistants George Terry Larry Jones and Bill Shalosky All of whom served under Dietzel a Louisiana state Chuck Klausing arid Jim Valek who served Underdale halt at army and Bill Doo , 2&. Played varsity football swimming and baseball at Cincinnati. He was assistant foot Ball coach at Cincinnati from 1958 through 1960 and served inthe Marine corps in 196l giants pay Frozen fan $1,597 for Cou feet san Francisco up attorney Melvin Belli who sued the Sun Francisco giants because he said they did not deliver promised heat in his Box. Tuesday was awarded $1,597 damages the Price he paid for the Box. A municipal court jury voted 11-1 after 20 minutes of deliberation i favor of Belli. The Case went to the jury after testimony by Bell that the situation had become so bad that he could not give away tickets for giant testified that when he went to a game i wore Long under Wear a Parka and heavy socks but i had to leave anyway. I Felt no heat in my Box at any time the giants candlestick Park has come under much criticism for its Windy location but this was the first time anyone Lega redress for wind or cold. Rapid Robert thought he d wait longer Cleveland a naturally i m Happy about it. But now it s almost As if i had nothing to look Billy Hamilton selected last ear which considers Oldt Alfedd Rouh Lioi in yeaigf7 agcy but did not to be Ensher a

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