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COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (M) -
'WANTED: two used baseballs
and two used bats, for donation
only. Contact National Baseball
Hall of Fame."
It isn't just any two bats and
balls the Hall of Fame is seek-
ing. They are the ones used
when Atlanta Braves' slugger
Henry Aaron hit his 714th and
7thb hoe runs earlier this
year, thereby tying and surpas-
sing Babe Ruth's immortal
Although Hall of Fame Direc-
tor Ken Smith wouldn't dream
of placing such an ad, he would
very much like to see those
balls and bats encased forever
in his repository of baseball
Smith will have to wait a
while, however. As part of a
million dollar contract with
Magnavox, Aaron has author-
ized the company use of the
bats and balls, and others, for
"This is unusual," Smith
said. "But it's a very unusual
The 72-year old former base-
ball writer says he's "not criti-
cal" of Aaron's decision.
"We're very pleased Hank
would get something out of this.
That's his choice. It's all com-
Smith said Aaron called him
within 24 hours "to clear it up"
that the Hall would get Aaron's
historic artifacts after his five-
year contract with Magnavox
The bats Aaron used to hit
his 500th and 600th home runs,
plus his 3,000th hit, already are
in the Hall of Fame. But Mag-
navox has loan rights to each
hat and bal used from No. 700
through Aaron's last major
league homer, a company
Additionally, the company
has the uniform, gloves and
spikes used by Aaron when he
hit Nos. 714, 715 and 716. "We
are developing a plan to have
them available for the public
TORONTO (A) - Coach Fred
Shero of the Philadelphia Flyers
of the National Hockey League
is considering a $100,000-a-year
offer from the Minnesota Fight-
ing Saints of the World Hockey
Association, the Toronto Star
Shero, who led the Flyers to
an NHL Stanley Cup champion-
ship victory this year, is quoted
in the report from Philadelphia
as saying that if he makes the
switch, he will do so in the next
few weeks and would become
coach, general manager and
part owner of the Saints.
The Michigan Union
I o AMERICAN LEAGUE
DS U !S OPlayer Club 0 AR H H Pet.
)fls histo ric Carew Min 30 322 46 123 .3s2
r/ Hargrove Tex 64 96 27 67 .342
Stanton cal 54 201 266 6 .325
to see," the spokesman said. During a trip to Florida, Smith RanlT ex 4 26 53 7 .32
The only Aaron artifacts to picked up the artifacts from &Jackson Oak 74 254 47 82 .323
be kept permanently by the Maris' home in Gainesville. Braun Min 70 245 27 78 .318
Colnany wil' bethebatsandMc~ae KC 79 173 41 88 .317
company will he the bats and The time lag can be short, B.Robinson nal 78 285 21 98 316
balls used in the five home too. The Hall of Fame now dis- Yastrzemski an 90 279 49 33 .315
runs after No. 716, said Magna- plays the hat Kansas City Roy- HomeRuns
vox. als' pitcher Steve Busby wore clevelan, 26i; Mayberry, Kansas
According to Smith, baseball when he threw his second no- city, 16; K. Jackson, Oakland, 1s;
artifacts aren't always swift in hitter May 22. w. Horton, Detroit, 15; Briggs, Ml1-
reaching the Hall of Fame Mu- Then there's Johnny Vander waukee, Euns Hatted In
seum. t Meer, the former Cincinnati aurroughs, Texas, 69; D. Allen,
Roger Maris hit 61 home pitching great who threw con- Chicago, 60; RudI, Oakland, 56;
runs, a major league mark for secutive no-hitters in 1939. The HelgS, Milwaukee, 55; K. Hender.
162 games during the Yankees' baseballs he used in the games lan, Chi.ago, 55; K. Jackson, Oak-
Based on 190 at Bats
Player Club G AB R Pet.
Garr AtI 85 355 46 128 .361
R.Smith StL 73 257 39 87 .339
Gross Rio I80 274 47 91 .337
I. Cask Phi 53 340 55 18 .321
Zisk Pgh 74 258 39 82 .318
schmidt Phi 83 275 59 87 .316
G~arvey LA 35 348 52 110 .315
Geronimo Cin 71 181 36 60 .314
Grubb SD 78 255 33 32 .314
Huckner LA 74 297 39 93 .313
Cedene, Houston, 19; Wynn, Los
Angeles, 19; schmidt, Philadelphia,
18; Hench, Cincinnati, 1S; Stargell,
Pittsburgk, 14; T. Peres, Cincinnati,
14; Garvey, Los Angeles, 1I
Runs Batted In
Cedeno, Houston, 76; Garvey, Los
Angeles, 64; schndt, Pla delphia,
65; Cey, Los Angeles, 461;Wynn,
1.os Angeles, 65.
1961 season, but not until last
year did the bat and ball used
in hitting it reach the Hall.
"He kept it in his family dur-
ing that time," Smith said.
are not in the Hall of Fame,
nor is Vander Meer.
"He told us, 'When you elect
me to the Hall of Fame, then
you can get them,"' said Smith.
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