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December 14, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-14

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Friday, December 14, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Other Americans named to the c:
Hall include Dr. Joseph Alexan-
der, All-American football star at
Syracuse University; and boxers '
Samuel Berger and Samuel Mos-
berg.
Alexander made the All-
American college team as a guard
duing the 1918 season. He played
professionally with the Rochester
Jeffersons, Philadelphia Quak-
ers, the New York Giants,
Frankford Yellow Jackets, The
Rochester Kodaks and the Mil-
waukee Badgers. He made the
1925 National Football League
All-Star Team.
Alexander was the first player
signed by the Giants when the
National Football League
granted that organization a
franchise in 1925. Actually he
applied for the job as head coach
but when told by management
that a coach already had been
engaged, he consented to play
center for $3,000 per year. Among
his teammates was Jim Thorpe.
Boxer Berger was born in

New York — A total of seven
former Jewish sports greats, in-
cluding four Americans, have
been selected to join the 66 Jewish
athletes in the Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame located at the Wingate
School of Physical Education in
Netanya, Israel. The induction
will take place during the Inter-
national Maccabiah Games
scheduled for July 15-25 in Israel.
Heading the American list is
Lipman Pike, one of the first pro-
fessional baseball players in the
United States. He was born May
25, 1845 in New York and died
Oct. 10, 1893. Primarily an out-
fielder, he played every position
during his career and batted and
threw left handed. Pike came to
the attention of the Philadelphia
A's in 1866 and his potential was
so great that he was offered $20 a
week to play third base. (It wasn't
until 1869 that the first all-pro
team was born in Cincinnati.) In
his first season of play with the
A's, Pike hit six home runs — five
in a row — in one game.

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