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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 31, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Honor in Hall of new York the longtime baseball and Lloyd Little Poison Waner were named to baseballs Hall of Fame sunday by the veterans they will be installed in the Hall of Fame at in july As the 105th and 106th members of the elite former baseball commissioner Ford Fri Csc was chairman of the 12man its committee and announced the this is the group which is concerned with players who have been retired 20 years or f the baseball writers vote on stars of More recent they Are in the process of holding a Runoff election on this years the first vote by the writers failed to produce a win Frick said the vote on both Rickey and Waner was in Rickey was head of the former Brooklyn dodgers and brought the first Robinson professional major league a former fielder for the Pittsburgh started his pro baseball career in he retired after 19 seasons with a lifetime batting average of although he never won a batting Rickey became eligible for the Hall Fame under a special Rule covering any executive Over 65 who is retired is eligible for immediate died in at the age of he is credited with introducing some of base balls most important i Nova he founded the farm sys tem and broke baseballs color line by signing Robinson to a con tract with the he also was a front office executive with the Louis cardinals and Pitts Burgh Rickey last baseball venture saw him As one of the founding fathers of the Continental which never quite got off the ground but was responsible for the National and american leagues expanding from eight to 10 and his brother both played for the pirates during the 1920s and though he was 5foot8 and weighed Only 150 managed to terrorize National league pitching in his 19year major league when he broke in during the 1927 he immediately set a major league record of 223 hits As a he batted that his brother who died last also is in the Hall of no Surprise for Rickey Louis Branch Rickey said she is delighted but not necessarily surprised that her late husband has been named u unanimously to the baseball Hall of at her Home in a suburb of the 85year old Rickey i think he should be in the Hall of he contributed a great Deal to base 18 Pacific stars stripes 1967 Pittsburgh a Lloyd Little Waner says he has had Many thrills in but being elected to the Hall of Fame is the greatest of them Waner heard the news in Pitts Burgh sunday As he waited an Little Poison awards dinner at which he is being said i can hardly be Lieve he its wonder Ful to know that people still think that much of along with his brother seeks sweep known As big was a Star for the pirates in the 1920s and who died last already had been elected to the Hall of said i think its wonder Ful to be put in the Hall of Fame with my Ola Zillini by United press International Lew Alcindor and his Urcla who blew into Chi Cago from the West with the same fury As the brutal Snow storm that has paralysed the set out for a clean sweep of their Midwest Road hip Sun Day when they met Illinois in a postponed the to ranked Bruins battered Loyola saturday night 8267 in the Middle game of a College triple header at Chicago stadium which attracted a crowd of despite the foul weather Condi Urcla was scheduled to meet Illinois Friday night but action Way postponed to sunday by the howling the Bruins took the court after fifth ranked Texas Western whipped Brigham Young 8576 in the first game of the triple notre Dame stunned Illinois in the Nightcap which entered the game with a 76 gave away nothing to the awesome Bruins in the first half which ended with Urcla in front but Alcindor took control in the second scoring 21 of his 35 and the West coast club wore Down the smaller Ramblers in rolling to its 15th straight Vic Alcindor hauled Down 20 re Bounds As Urcla held a 6146 advantage under the the Bruins shot per cent for the game compared with by the Texas Western ran its record to 152 by bumping Brigham the defending Mcaa jumped off to a 155 widened the Gap to 44 34 at halftime arid were never four players scored in double figures for Texas topped by David latins 19 two members of the United press International top 10 went Down to Louis stopped eight ranked Cincinnati 6360 in a Missouri Valley conference encounter and Washington upended third ranked Houston 8178 on the West second ranked North Carolina ripped Virginia fourth ranked Louisville bumped Brad Ley sixth ranked Princeton beat Pennsylvania 7066 and 10th ranked Vanderbilt mauled Mississippi state Kansas no 7 and ninth ranked Western Ken Tucky were which entered the Houston game with a 68 converted six of seven free throws in the final three minutes to stave off a desperate rally by the who trailed 7360 with six minutes Dave with 17 paced the Washington Elvin Hayes scored 19 for hous which suffered its second loss in 16 John kilo scored a Field goal with 15 seconds to play and Rich continued on Page 1 Arnold Palmer Waves his put Ter after a Birdie on the 18th Hole during the third round of the los Angeles open he shot a 68 sunday to win the tourney with a 72hole total of up Radl photo Arnie 15 under Par in open Victory by United press International los Angeles Arnold Palmer won his second consecutive los Angeles open and the third of his career with a 15under Par 72hole total of 269 sunday Good for the 37yearold pennsylvanian outraged the Field to win the 000 tournament by five strokes with a final round of 68 on the Rancho Park course where Par is Gay Brewer of Dallas closed to three strokes behind Palmer Dur ing the final round but finished with a 69 and a total of his earlier rounds were palmers rounds were 706467 he won this event last year with a 273 under and in 1963 with the fifth Money Winner on the pea tour last picked up for second Palmer had a four stroke Lead Over Brewer going into the final round which he started with a he had four birdies and one bogey on his last card of Brewer carded Jack who began his pro career in this tournament six years ago and tied for 50thplace Money of finished out of the Money for the first time in two his 72hole total was two Over palmers total was just one stroke Over the tournament re Cord of 268 set by Phil Rogers of la in the prize boosted pal mers Money winning total during his 14year pro career to this was the 48th official pea tour title for Palmer finished the tourney with a flourish by getting a Birdie three on the 18th he hit a booming tee shot of almost 300 hit to within five feet of the cup and holed there was a three Way tie for third place at 275 among Julius Don Massengale and Lou next at 277 were open Champion Billy Casper and Bruce at 278 were Jacky Mike Souchak and Bob compiled from wire services saturday night East Providence 91 Seton Hall 87 out tech 66 Vincent 61 Westminster 83 Bucknell 69 Princeton 70 Penn 66 array 5 Boston 47 Manhattan 80 Hofstra 7s Puis 74 Southampton 103 Oneonta 75 Lona to Lemoyne 48 it Uhlenberg 69 moravian 62 Lafayette 58 Albright 76 67 Montclair 69 68 tech 88 Kings Point 67 Syracuse 91 holy cross81 Temple 72 64 Oswego 77 Peter s 109 Waener no northeastern 86 66 62 rider go Bellarmine 85 Gannon 72 Mansfield 77 Edinboro 71 Geneva 98 Waynesburg 90 Slippery Rock 73 cams is 75 Johns 73 Colgate 80 75 Juniata 62 Westchester 88 kinds 79 78 Gettysburg 72 f Dickinson 75 Canton 71 Alfred 65 Valley 811 Wilkes 71 Colby 89 coast guard 64 Massachusetts 65 Vermont 51 tech 100 Loyola 65 Budgewater 99 Baltimore 63 Johnson 82 Cony 82 Yeshiva 41 new Haven 79 be tech 68 Gabson 102 naxarene90 new England 85 Belknap 69 Howard 81 Monmouth 71 Stonehill 66 Boston 65 Dartmouth 47 Springfield 40 Hartwick 97 Harpur 71 Cortland 71 Lawrence 66 Scrant ii 82 Upsala 76 Broome tech 85 Erie tech 62 South Austin play 82 Middle 66 tech 83 Morehead 79 out Augusta 83 Rollins 52 Mars Hill 102 Andrews 85 Georgia tech 75 Florida 68 Louisiana 75 Mcneese 65 presbyterian 78 Biscayne 49 59 la Grange Lenoir Rhyne 92 High Point 71 Richmond 90 so Berry Maryville 71 East 79 East Wesleyan 68 Southern 53 Northern 94 Phillips 50 in n Carolina 60 Vanderbilt 79 64 Tennessee 62 Mississippi 49 Louisville 81 Bradley 68 Kentucky 102 leu 72 Galem 95 Beekley 83 Carolina 103 Virginia 76 Chattanooga 105 Florence 82 Wake Forest 88 Davidson 74 Guilford 82 Newberry 72 Fordham Georgetown 82 108 Liberty 68 Benedict 77 63 Citadel 85 Mary 77 South Carolina 91 Furman 61 Norfolk 125 Delaware 88 Vii 68 East Carolina 67 Memphis 76 Loyola 50 Tampa 93 Mercer 79 73 Georgia 64 Central 79 Fisk 76 Florida 84 Alabama 74 West Virginia 61 58 Midwest Ohio at Purdue 83 Minnesota 72 Iowa 93 Oklahoma 87 Tula ii at Michigan 68 Wisconsin 61 Olaf 68 Beloit 59 Carleton 78 Coe 52 Ripon 58 knox47 tech 106 Wayne 68 Hamline 91 Northland 68 96 Ball 95 Washburn 64 Hays 55 Butler 84 Josephs 71 Urcla 82 Loyola 67 Dayton 71 Miami 55 Evans vile 78 Depauw 71 Detroit 94 Marquette 93 Dakota 85 Morningside 66 augustan 86 Dakota 78 Luther 57 Wartburg 53 Iowa 71 Dakota 64 Quincy 91 Iowa Wesleyan 76 William Penn 95 Ambrose 78 Lincoln 130 Western 82 Parsons 68 Drury 65 Ottawa 77 friends 63 tar do 86 Graceland 77 be 82 3ste 78 Louis 63 Cincinnati 60 Bemidji 56 Cloud 52 marys 77 Concordia 72 Thomas 72 Augsburg 66 Mankato 77 Winona 73 notre Dame 90 Illinois 75 Dakota 67 pan american 51 Yankton 90 Dana 61 Dakota Wesleyan 85 Huron 68 Beadle 76 Northern 73 Nebraska 99 Missouri 82 lasting 101 81 Vayne 98 Peru 86 ventral 78 Fisk 76 Carthage 80 Carroll 59 across 94 River Falls 81 Norbert Loras 76 Stout 81 Platteville 77 eau Claire 92 Whitewater s3 Oshkosh 93 Superior 72 ventral ill Rockford 56 Milton 71 Simpson 67 mount Union 91 John Carroll 80 Oberlin 60 Cleveland 56 Benedicts 60 Pittsburg 67 Monmouth 61 Lawrence 58 Ohio 55 Kent 53 Manchester 103 Hanover 96 106 Franklin 96 bar Ham 82 Anderson 78 86 Grace 74 Ash and 61 Detroit 41 103 Ohio Wesleyan 79 Mayville 70 Jamestown 62 Akron 78 Hiram 69 Valparaiso at Eastern 84 Kentucky 77 Hiram Scott 108 Black Hills 75 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