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By HARRY CONZEL
Board of Deputies and Associa-
tion for Protection of Jew.
THE KING PASSES THE ACID TEST
ish Rights Meet.
.. King Solomon, the first real Hebrew heavyweight boxer
lion of whether or not the Board of
Jewish Deputies is to renew its agree-
ment with the Anglo-Jewish Associa-
tion for the purpose of together main-
taining a joint foreign committee deal-
ing with all matters pertaining to the
protection of .le Ash rights in foreign
countries, was heatedly discussed
when the Anglolewish Board of Dep.
uteis reassembled after new elections
to the board wei r held recently. Hen-
ry Henriques ww. re-elected president,
Lord Rothschild vice-president, D'Av-
igdor Goldsmid was elected chairman.
Deputy Wimborne strenuously ob-
jected to the renewal of the agreement
with the Anglo-Jewish Association.
"The agreement Is tween the Board of
Jewish Deputies and the Anglo Jew-
ish Association was forced by threats"
he stated. "The Anglo-Jewish Asso-
ciation declared that if the Board of
Jewish Deputies will not agree to co-
operate with the association it would
conduct the foreign affairs independ-
ently. The Anglo-Jewish Association
is a small body of 150 persons with
only 1,000 subscribers and is ruled by
an undemocratic spirit" he stated.
Col. Waley Cohen, chairman of the
parliamentary committee of the Board
of Deputies, defended the renewal of
the agreement. "For ninny years the
Anglo-Jewish Association has been the
only body which was engaged in the
protection of Jewish rights in foreign
countries. It has accumulated much
experience. The Board of Jewish
Deputies, though it is a representative
body, has no experience in the matter.
The Anglo-Jewish Association is non-
representative, but is an expert body.
The linking of the two organizations
is a sensible move," he urged.
By a vote the Board of Deputies de-
cided to renew the agreement with the
Anglo-Jewish Association for anither
days, has proved by his first two fights in this country that if cautiously
handled he will be counted before long among the best live heavyweight
boxers of America.
A few weeks ago he defeated Romero Rojas, the terror from Chile, in
a very neat style. Solomon was knocked off his feet for a count in one of
the early rounds and spectators thought the battle wa s over. Put the King
got up and gave a fine exhib , tion of grit and generalship. lie battered poor
Rojas from pillar to post and hit him with every kind of blow known or,
unknown in modern boxing. The result was a victory for Solomon—still
the boxing fans were not conclusively convinced that the "Hebrew chain- ,
pion" knew enough to grapple with the best of old U. S.
His second tight, however, with Ad Stone of Philadelphia, brought deft-1
nite evidence that King Solomon is a fine prospect who will soon take the
place of Luis Firpo in the hearts of the fans. in a masterly fashion the
boxer from Palestine and Panama outclassed and completely outboxed the
much touted Stone from Philadelphia. His victory was undisputed and a
great shock to all the skeptical boxing experts.
TO RENT JEWS HALL
WARSAW.-1.1. T. At—"We are
anti-Semites" was the frank reply giv-
en by the manager of the Warsaw
Philharmonic Hull to representatives
of the Zionist Organization in Poland.
The Zionist Organization intended
to arrange for a public reception for
Nahum Sokolow, chairman of the exe-
cutive of the Zionist Organization and
applied to the management of the
Philharmonic Hall to secure it for this
purpose as it is the largest hall in Po-
An announcement of the week
places distribution of Franklin cars
in this territory in the hands of the
Franklin Michigan Company, headed
by Charles Koerber, with George Zu-
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BERLIN.—(J. T. A.) —One hun-
dred and seventy-five delegates rep-
resenting 800 Jewish communities as-
sembled here when the first session of
the Federation of Jewish communities
in Prussia Was opened. A represen-
tative of the Prussian government was
present to convey the greetings of the
came out ahead.
According to congregational affilia-
Oram was at his best on the gridiron. Although only entered in
tion, the 800 communities united in the
one nieet this year Oram made a name for himself on the cinder
federation are divided as follows: 400 —
paths by losing a close race in the 440-yard dash at the W. P. I. A.
are of the Liberal wing, one-quarter===
L. meet. On the basketball floor Oram was a very good forward or
are Zionists and one-quarter are Or-
pivot man. Although short in stature, he could jump with the best
Herr Wolff, president of the Jewish
Orem played shortstop on the diamond aggregation of the school.
community in Berlin opened the ses-
Ile was a very valuable man on the team.
sion. During his address he expressed
He seems to have the will and power for real a wish that a federation of all Jewish
So, remember Oram.
communities in the German Republic,
• • •
including representatives of the Jew-
ish communities federations in Bavar-
Louis Goldman of New York is playing some fine golf. Ina recent ia, Hessen and Baden, be formed, so
tournament he won the qualifying round and demonstrated fine golfing that German Jewry may stand united
in matters of social service and relig-
Albert F. Steiner, president of the Inwood Golf Club (one of the best ious character.
known golf dubs of America), is himself an accomplished performer on
BUDAPEST TO EXTEND
Sid Terris, the Jewish lightweight boxer, is demonstrating in every
ITS NUMERUS CLAUSUS
fight his great superiority over the other contenders in his division. His
latest victory over Pal Moran was an artistic piece of work. Whatever the
judges of the Boxing Commission will decide as to who will succeed Benny
BUDAPEST.—(J. T. A)—A broad-
Leonard, we know that Terris is the man.
ening out of the numerus dittlittift, not
Which reminds as that Benny Leonard told us the other day not to .ake only against students but also to grad-
any stock in the rumor of a Leonard-Walker fight.
uates is a matter of concern of the
' population as a result of a step
taken by the Senate of Budapest Uni-
Lamport, well known Jewish philanthropist, loves and plays golf. versity.
his scores, however, are not ripe for publication.
Twelve Jewish medical men, because
Meyer W. Weisgal, editor of the New Palestine, knowns one sport, of the numerus clausus, had completed
bowling. After each bowling evening Weisgal is an invalid for a week.
their studies at foreign universities
Leopold Auer, the greatest violin teacher, now residing in New York, asked approval of their diplomas so
' has one record to his credit—the slow-walking record. Ile was timed the that they could begin practice. By 15
other day, making 100 yards in 69 minutes. Auer punctuates every word votes against two, the Senate decided
to postpone consideration of the appli-
, with a halt and he keeps talking all the time.
Rosa Raisa, the famous singer, is a fishing fan. Rosa, however. never cation for six months. Hitherto there
disclosed how many pounds her heaviest catch weighed.
has been no difficulty about obtaining
the approval of diplomas issued by
(Copyright, 1925, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate.)
recognized universities abroad.
YOUNG LAW STUDENT Discuss
LABOR LEGISLATION , Elect H. J. Brachman to
BARRED FROM COURT
Jurist Who Won Cue for Polish Re.
public Refused Law License.
(This is only one of the unique
pieces of "America's
ture" exhibited in our New Wash-
ington Boulevard Store.)
If you dreire
attained that aim. our roonm • much ileitlreti vitality.
the Home." coneuit with our Mr.
Street. l'on.ulting Interior
Butler High School lost its first student to earn letters in all the
four branches of sport in which the school participates at this com-
mencement when Ilarold Oram, known to his friends by the appella-
tion of ''Lad," graduated.
In his career at Butler High Ilarold won six letters, two in foot-
ball and baseball, one in basketball and one in track. All these let-
ters were earned in a period of two years.
The remarkable fact about Oram's performance is that he gradu-
ates at the youthful age of 18. In earning these letters Oram com-
peted against antagonists several years older than himself, but finally
T one time American houses were criticized for their
lack of color; people were enslaved to neutral tones.
With the passing of years an appreciation of color
has been acquired ... a skill in using color has
hitting 49 home runs.
The New York Nationals bought him and he joined the team toward the
close of the 1923 season, playing several games in the outfield. Ibis brief
connection with the Giants was practically uneventful. Ile broke up an
extra-inning game with a double. McGraw sang his praises, but then that's
customary with the Giants' manager in the case of a promising recruit. The
next season found him with Pittsfield, but after a short experience Manager
Gilbert sent him back to the Giants, remarking that he did not consider
Solomon fast enough for the Eastern League. But Jack O'Hara thought
otherwise and induced the Giants to send him to Bridgeport. Ills playing
improved, but it was still much below the standard expected of him. To-
ward the close of the season he went to Waterbury and in the brief time he
was there he showed flashes of the form which had put him at the head of
the Southwestern League in 1923.
Then, after joining the Hartford team this year, he hit a fast stride
again and would probably have continued the pace if he had not been
. It might hare
come from SOM.' ba-
ronial castle of the
days of Charles II,
for it is distinctly of
• • • •
A pupil of the Butler High School, Pittsburgh, sends us sonic informa-
tion about a young athlete who is expected to make a national name for
himself in college athletics.
MOE'S CAREER REVIEWED
Solomon's greatest year was 1923, when he was with Hutchinson in the
Southwestern League. At the end of the season he led the league in batting,
his average for the season being .421. He had established a new record by
Hand - Carving
CONZEL'S PERSONAL IMPRESSIONS
A tater having watched Solomon defeat Stone in a fast 10-round bout. we
claim that King Solomon is a born boxer. That he has speed, quick think-
ing powers and coolness under fire; that he has all potentialities to make
good; that he is quite ready for the Canadian Renault and should win this
CHARLES A. BOWEN
fight in a decisive manner; that before this season is over he will be recog-
The Detroit Brick Manufacturers nized as a first class man; that only if he fights often this year will he
and Dealers Association has moved acquire his real form; that King Solomon has enough confidence in himself
into spacious new quarters at 400 to give a good account of himself against any opponent.
United State Mortgage Building, cor-
"MOE" SOLOMON'S HARD LUCK
ner Congress and Shelby streets. The
Sonic time ago we inquired "Where is 'Moe' Solomon, the baseball
association has a permanent exhibit
room where common brick is dis- genius picked out by John McGraw, head of the Giants, as the greatest
played in its various uses for outside Jewish baseball player, in 1923."
One of our correspondents sends us the following information from
purposes as well as in the wall. The
association also prints booklets show- Hartford, where "Moe" has been playing this season:
ing the advantages of using brick to
The other day "Moe" Solomdn fractured his ankle while playing
build homes, enhancing their beauty
and making them more safe and last-
in superb form against Worcester.
The misfortune which has befallen Moe is the hardest blow he has suf-
Much of the success of the associa-
tion is due to the work of Charles A. fered in a career which has been far from smooth. From the day the first-
joined the Senators (Hartford) he had batted exceptionally well
Bowen, general manager. Mr. Bowen
welcomes all visitors to the exhibition and his fielding was not much below his batting standard. All signs indi-
rooms and is ready to assist them in cated that at last Solomon had come into his own and would justify the
great expectations which have been held for him. It was a very encourag-
planning for buliding homes.
ing reversal of form from his playing last season. when he had failed
George Zuver Will Direct lamentaly, especially in batting which was supposed to be his forte.
Franklin Sales in Detroit
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at Recent Real Esta te
.1 ERUSALEM.—(J. T. A.( — The .
necessity for labor legislation in Pal-
Property analysis, the newest
estine will be discussed by the Persia- ,
nent Mandates Commission of the , branch of real estate work, seems
League Of Nations, according to a destined to become the most impor-
communication from the International[ tent phase of the profession, accord-
Labor office to the Jewish Labor Fed.' ing to II. J. Brachman, president of
eration of Palestine. the II. J. Brachman Company. who
The communicaiton states that the. was unanimously re-elected secretary
International Labor office first urgedlof the property management division
Great Britain to issue such labor leg- I of the National Association of
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FOUNDED IN THE YEAR
WARSAW.— (.1. T. A.) — A fact
' which depicts the state of affairs in
Griswold at Lafayette
Poland with regard to the rights of
the Jewish populaion is widely corn
Third Week, Starting Monday, July 6.
, mented upon by both the Polish and
A recent decision in the Internation- islation but later submitted a draft' Estate Boards at the eighteenth an- were of vital importance to every-
al Court of Justice at The Hague with prepared by the Jewish Labor Federa- i nual convention held here last week. one interested in real estate matters,
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regard to the dispute between the Re- tion of Palestine to the Mandates , In setting up the capital worth of whether in the capacity of owner,
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public of Poland, the Free City of Dan Commission.
, thereon, naturally all factors enter-
Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's.
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Effective and in.:pensive.
ing into the proposition must be con-
A Play of Appeal to
It costs nothing to come down and
sidered from every angle to produce "Rosita" and Harry Delf Share
I to the Polish Republic. The Kurjer
IS MEETING IN GENEVA I a maximum return, together with a
Honors at Temple Theater
Polski revealed the fact that the ar
factor of safety that will assure the
guments in favor of the Polish Repub-
In the World's Most Famous end Charming Story
GENEVA.-1J. T. A.) — The Per.: continued success of the project. The
LOUISA M. ALCOTTS
Second and Front Sts.
tional victory were based on a study manent Mandates t ontniission of the ' ever-present speculative factor must
Harry Delf, the popular Broadway
Sulphur, Mineral, Turkish, Toady
made by a Jew, Adler, a student in League of Nations opened its session 'I be di sregarded in a sense and a justi•
comedian and dancer, shares the
,,, the college of international law and here with the consideration of the re- fied anticipated enhancement in value
headline spot with "Rosita," Herman
states rights at the University , of port of the French government con- take its place to assure stability of
Dram•tired by MARIAN DE FOREST
Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy Brought to Life on the Stmts.
Warsaw, who devoted himself to the cerning its administration in the man-, the capital investment. The day of
Take Woodward Through Car.
tasy, at B. F. Keith's Temple Theater
••... the vitality of 'Little Women' Is
study of the relations between the Po- datory territories of Togoland and ' reckoning property valuations on a
',l er ,.
Cameroon. "brick and mortar basis" plus 4 wan- commencing Sunday matinee July 5.
portant theatrical ment.`—R. J. McLaucblia.
Other acts on the program: Meehan's
"'Little Women' should be placed well toward the lop is the
Other questions on the agenda in- ing and property owners are begin-
Danzig. When this fact became known
educated canines, featuring his cele-
Dr. Sigmund Zibichowski, dean of the elude the reports of the British goy- i ning to realize that the successful brated leaping hounds; Josephine
MATINEES TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
to tremendous interest at Clubs. Public
college, congratulated the young Jew- ernment concerning the mandates over conduct of the business pertaining to
EXTRA MATINEE TUESDAY — Owing
Harmon and Georgia Sands, delight-
&hoots and Croup Purchmem.
ish jurist on his contribution to the Tanganyika, Togoland and others. Theltheir real estate holdings requires
ful with excellent voices, in a
agenda contains no mention of the , just as much specialization, study and
Polish international victory.
routine of harmony singing; Seymour
The Jewish press at the same time Palestine question.
' There is a realization that property and Jeanette, "Midnite Strutters,"
reveals the fact that the promising
featuring Miss Jeanette, vaudeville's
Our dealiNgs with customers doe. not end with sale of car.
Experience is life's best teacher.— I cannot be properly conducted on an
young jurist is one of the great num-
Your new Chevrolet ie here.
lautomaton basis and that personal in- only colored male impersonator; the
ber of Jewish law students whose ap- Proverbs.
Paul Brothers, presenting ■ sensa-
plication for admittance to the bar
tional high perch act; Bert Melrose,
It is little honor to the lion to sieze in any other line of business.
was rejected by the Minister of Jus-
famous international down, and the
of authorities and subjects for the customary picture offering.
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