Sport: Scoreboard: Feb. 2, 1962

> After four years of haggling over suitable candidates, the Baseball Writers Association finally got around to electing two more players to baseball's Hall of Fame. The choices: fireballing Cleveland Pitcher Bob Feller, 43, and fiery Dodger Infielder Jackie Robinson—first Negro to crack the major leagues' color ban.

> Grizzled ex-Masters Champion Doug Ford, 39, has been fretting about his game ever since the winter tour began. He failed to survive the cut in the Los Angeles Open, was out of the money in the San Diego Open, debated quitting the tour before the...

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