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ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat commented: "I would like to congratulate all four of the new inductees into the Hall of Fame as well as Bishen Singh Bedi who receives his commemorative cap as an original inductee.
The new 1980-92 inductees are Clayton Jones, the sure-handed shortstop of the Safari Tigers; Jim Kraus, an MVP player with the Whips; and Mark Wilson, the 7-time All-American with the Whips and Men from Uncle.
The 1964 - 1979 inductees include first baseman and top leadoff hitter, Jimmy McCardle; second baseman and longtime Chicago Park District softball organizer, Buddy Haines; and Tom O'Malley, who played for five-plus decades and together with two other Hall of Famers formed one of the best outfields of their time.
Unlike fellow inductee Gary Carter, Murray never smiled for the camera.
A nominating committee of 25 business leaders encouraged people throughout the state and beyond to make nominations, and then a selection committee of 12 business and community leaders reviewed the nominations and chose the inductees.
1) Roger Daltrey of the Who, one of the inductees into the Hollywood Bowl's Hall of Fame, performs a medley from ``Tommy'' during ceremonies Friday night.
Marvin proudly recognizes this year's inductees as clear leaders in the field of residential design," said Marvin, president of Marvin Windows and Doors.
Yarnell are the ninth class of Arkansas Business Hall of Fame inductees.
GLENDALE - Glendale Community College will add six inductees into their Athletic Hall of Fame today, including an NFL head coach and a three-time Olympic athlete.
Previous Hall of Fame inductees include BigLever customer Salion (2004 inductee), a provider of revenue acquisition management systems.
The whole premise is to make a lot of people happy while they're still around,'' said Fraser, who is on a eight-member panel that selected the inductees.