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erica latish Periodical Cater

CLIFTON ATINU1 - CINCINNATI 20, ONTO

September 15, 1939

/ft EVEIROWEIVISfla iROXIC UI

PAGE ELEVEN

OUR WHO'S WHO OF
SPORTS FOR 6699

ROSH HASHONAll GREETINGS'
To Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons

florice

1514 WASHINGTON BLVD.
PHONE RANDOLPH 6565 '

conic within two of tying Ba be 6699 has been marked by fewer
Ruth's remarkable record. Ha nk Jewish gains inside the ring, ens," it is composed of Seymour
Greenberg of Northwestern, Joe
was the big noise of the Arne ri- greater gains outside.
Fishback of St. John's in New
can League last season, and u 5- BICYCLE
RACING
York, and Isadore Bellis of Phil-
doubtedly deserves the honor so
ROSH IIASIIONAH GREETINGS
While Lou Cohen and Jerry adelphia. Another year or two
the outstanding Jewish perform er o Redman
c ntinued as the lead- may bring national titles to one
of the year. But close behi nd
ing
Jewish
six-day
racers
of
the
of
this
trio.
By IRV KUPCINET
That the coming year hold for you all an abundance
—and ahead of Hank on acco m- year, Harry M
e
ndel of Newark
For sonic time it has been re-
Seven Arts Sports Editor
plishments in 1939—is Mor rie
of good health, happiness and prosperity is the wish
even more firmly e tab- corded that young Seymour
s
Arnovich of Philadelphia. You ng became
lished as the czar of bike rac- Greenberg may someday scale
Before 5699 passes out of Arnovich started the 1939 se
of the
ends.)
took
over
when
Ear- the heights in the tennis world.
the picture, he might call son with a bang, banging the b all
pan of New York re- Seymour was rated No, 4 dur-
young 5700 aside and whisper to all fields and had a neat b ut ry Cham
signed.
Now
he
is
the
No.
1
bike ing the past season among na-
sagaciously into his itty bitty gaudy mark of .400 for the fir at
ear: "Be ■ as good to our Jew- third of the season. He slump ed promoter in the world, wit h a tional juniors by the United
ish athletes as I was . . . •nd toward the middle of the seaso gentle hand on the pulse of the States lawn Tennis Association.
my father before me . . . ■ nd to a mere .350, but still was in nation's sivday bike fans. Jackie WRESTLING
my father's father before him." a fair way to lead the Nation al Gruber, Benny Kaufman and
Many are the Jewish stars in
Doris Kopsky, while not attain-
For 5699 was • banner year, League in hitting—the first Je
wrestling, but the name of fluffy
CHICAGO, ILL.
indeed, especially in baseball, ish player ever to accomplish as ing theid 5698 heights, did very Silverstein of Chicago leads the
well in their respective fields.
football and boxing.
much.
list. Young master Silverstein,
It is more or less simple by
AUTOMOBILE
RACING
While Greenberg and Arnovic h
Big Ten champion a few years
Serving Detroit's Best for 40 Years
America has only one big t ime ago,
intricate checking and cross- were the big noises among th
turned professional under
checking to single out the fa-' Jewish players, they weren't th Jewish automobile racer. I le's the guidance of Ed White and
mou s Jewish athletes of the only Hebrew performers. Ilarr Maori Rose of Columbus, 0., and
y
has already annexed the Illinois
year. Not so simple, however, Denning, catcher for the Ne for two years Milani has b een state title. Short and squat, but
entered in the 500-mile Intl n-
is it to name the unnamed le- York Giants, generally is r
the
strengthand speed of a su-
gions of Jewish sports follow- carded as one of the finest i e n - apolis Automobile Classic and perman in his muscles, Silver-
Sole Distributors
ers, who, along with the Irish the majors, Hitting well An failed to finish. But this was an- stein is slowly but surely work-
are regarded •• the backbone fielding brilliantly, he is tenor d other year. And Mons. Rose es- ing his way to the top.
tablished
himself
as
one
of America's sports fans. They by his own manager, Bill Terr
of
Broadway Market
are the financial supports of as "the best in the big leagues. America's truly great racers by ICE SKATING
RAndolph 1664
he'll be crooning in his own
the American sport stage. Other Jewish big leaguers: Budd y finishing in the money in the 5 00-
We Deliver
Theirs is it to sit and watch Myer of Washington; Moe Berg mile classic. Europe, too, had its orchestra some day, but the odds
and enjoy ■ nd remain anony- brilliant linguist of the Bosto racing story of the Jewish fa ith. are he'll be an Olympic ice skat-
mous. But so much for the Red Sox; Harry Eisenstat, littl There wan Saul Klotzky, Est on- ing champion first. Young Bob
ion champion, and Signor A. Zit- Sherman he's 20—came within
spectators. Now for the ath- lefty trailed recently from D
ronngla in nd Italy and Jack Reiss in inches and seconds of earning a
letes:
troit to Cleveland; Goodwin R o E
position on Uncle Sam's Olym-
BASEBALL
sen, mite centerlielder for th e
Sincerest Wishes for a Ilappy New Year to All
FOOTBALL
pic ice skating team in trials
The No. 1 man in 5699 was Brooklyn Dodgers, but now wit h
held at Oconomowoc, Wis., last
Never
before
in
history
of
Hank Greenberg of Detroit, who the Montreal Royals of the In
football did Jewish perform cis winter. Bob finished second to
smashed out 68 home runs to ternational League.
Prominent in minor league cir reach the glory they did in 56 99. Leo Freisinger, who set a new
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Iles are l'hil Weintraub, now o f Two of the glamor gridders of 500-meter record in winning the
Minneapolis, and Milt Galatzer the year were Marshall Goldb erg trial. Young Bob is sure to im-
THOMAS H. EVANS, C. P. A. ROLAND B. KEAYS, C. P. A.
of
Pittsburgh
and
Sic]
Luckn
prove
and
we
may
hear
from
him
Ian
Indianapolis,
both
former
majo
Rosh Hashanah Greetings
this coming winter.
Members oft
leaguers. Both were challengin of Columbia. Both were all-Am er- again It'operl.111,
1939. a A F.
American Society of Certified Public Accountants
the hitting leaders in the Ameri ican choices, and naturally sco red
can Association only last week on the Seven Arts Jewish A II-
American
Institute
of Accountants
to show they're intent on re American. Other members of t he
"The salt of money is charity"
timing to the big time. Others Jewish All-American team w e re
AUDITS — SYSTEMS — TAX SERVICE
n minor league spotlight are Sid Bill Luftman of Drake and J OC says the Talmud. In another pas-
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Delivery Service to All Parts Cohen, recently named manager Finkelstein of Brown, ends; P hil sage the term "salted" is applied
CADILLAC 2148
Swaiden
of
New
York
U.,
a
0 f Little Rock, Ark., and Murray
nd to a man in the sense of "quick-
of Greater Detroit
Franklin, Jewish shortstop who Alex Schoenbaum of Ohio Ste te, minded," In certain places in
44I8 WOODWARD at Canfield
s the property of the Detroit tackles; Herman Spector of Na vy Russia the belief was formerly
Tigers.
Farmed out to Beau- and Sid Roth of Cornell, guar( Is; current among Jews that if salt
PHONE
n lora of the Texas League, Morris Katz of Temple, cent er; was thrown in a part of the house
Sincere Holiday Greetings
TEmple 1 - 4004 - 5 - 6 - 7
Franklin was playing grand ball Al Litwak of Western Reser VC, where it is not likely to be swept
. . until he suffered a fractured quarterback; Luckman and Ila r- away, the inhabitants of that
a nkle. He is the lad who tppped ry Aronson of St. Mary's, ha If- house will become poor.
a II batters in organized ball with backs, and Goldberg, fullback
a .430 batting average last year
Still other stars: Saul Nechte
"ith a Class D team. So prom- of Boston U., Marty Glickm an
Season's Greetings
sing, he was gobbled up by De- of Syracuse, Art Gottleib of
MANUFACTURERS
roit and farmed to Beaumont Rutgers, Paul Friedlander of
Rosh Hashanah Greetings
The most complete line of
or further seasoning and ex- Carnegie Tech, Sony Sherm an
of
Chicago
and
Lew
](amity
al
erience.
p
SO
Commercial Envelopes and Specialties
In baseball's front office are of Chicago.
Plain and Printed
Professional ranks already i n-
ntrenched two prominent Jew-
is h sportsmen . Bill Benswan- eluded Dave Smukler of l'hil a-
Established 1901
Wholesale
g er, president of the Pittsburgh delphia, Mickey Kobrosky of th
VEAL and LAMB
2744
W.
Fort
Street
New
York
Giants,
Jim
Kahn
of
irates, and liarry Grabiner,
Lafayette 7200
er,
and chief execu- the Washington Redskins, Lero
ti ve of the Chicago White Sox. Monsky and Ed Merlin of Broo k-
13716 MICHIGAN
1531.3 WINDER ST.
B enswanger is a member of the lyn, Babe Patt of Detroit, sine
OREGON 1120
Cherry 1291
D reyfus family that has owned traded to Cleveland.
Dearborn, Mich.
th e Pirates for years. Grabiner
The Jewish coaching rank
ROSII HASHONAII GREETINGS
st arted out as a kid vender 35 were dominated, of course, I)
y ears ago ... and has moved up Bennie Friedman. Michigan's Al
radually until now his status American of a decade or no ng 0.
ROSH HASIIONAll GREETINGS
is that of baseball executive at Friedman, recognized as a grea
2 5,000 dollars per year and liked tactician, was still without ad of
"A Complete Line of Building Supplies"
by all. Since the death of Lou quote material to prove himsel
Rosh Hashanah Greetings
C omiskey, president and owner a "wonder coach," but did wor
14250 CLOVERDALE
HOgarth 2600
of the Sax, Harry Grabiner has marvels with the material o
to ken over the executive reins. hand.
e mustn't forget young Gabriel GOLF
The gentle art of golfing sti II
Pa ul, assistant to Warren Giles,
Pr exy of the league leading Cin- remains without a Jewish star o
national
ranking. Herman Bar
ci
nnati Reda. Gabe in one of
In All Flavors-
HOLIDAY GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
... BEN
JR.
th e youngest executives in the tint; Westchester; - N: -Y., Tiro; an d
State Agent
ga me and practically cut his eye Eddies Gayer, Twin Orchards i n
Wolverine Ginger - Ale Co. to eth in baseball.
the Chicago area, are the top
notchers. Ray Eilverstein, Phila
PLaxa 7790
619 FREE PRESS BLDG.
Detroit, Mich. BASKETBALL
delphia
amateur, had a momen t
Here is one sport in which
CAdillac 2130
Jews have a virtual monopoly. of brilliance in the qualifyin lb
Long Island University, compos- trials for the National Open.
ed of such players as fry Tor- HORSE RACING
No. 1 trainer of the year wa
goff, captain, and Danny Kap-
ROSH
lowitz, Ossie Schenchtman, Iry Jewish Maxie Hirsch. Among th
HASHONAll
Zeitlin, Sol Schwartz, Max Scharf, leading owners is Herbert M
Heeson'• Greeting.
GREETINGS
Woolf of Kansas City. Woolf'
1687 W. FORT ST.
was regarded as the nation's best, Lawrih
RAndolph 3540
won the 1938 Kentuck Y
with City College of New York,
Derby.
his
Technician
failed
thi
composed of such players as Lou
Lefkowitz and Mannie Jarmon, year. Jockeys Sammy and Jo e
VAN DRESSER BROS.
co-captains, and Dave Saperstein, Renick are rated topnotchers
Al Soupious, Joe Adler, was well while Harry "cockey" Feldma n
TOOL AND INES
up in national ranking. One of of South Africa is the leadin g
rider in his country.
A HAPPY AND JOYOUS NEW YEAR
the leading coaches of the-game, HOCKEY
HYMAN ALTMAN
and certainly the outstanding
The
year
5699
was
an
especial)
y
Announer
Jewish player of all time, is Not sad one
for Jewish hockey fans
II51 Concord Ave.
Holman, coach at the College of
l'it.roy auto
First Cecil Hart, lone Jewish
the City of New York.
manager
in
the
big
league,
was
We could name any number of
Commercial Leases — Improved Property Managers
fired
by
Les
Canadiens
after
outstanding Jewish stars all over
the country who excelled in this compiling a brilliant record there.
Happy New Year to All
sport but that would take vol- Then Alex "Mein Boy" Levinsky,
901 Detroit Savings Bank Bldg,
RAndolph 1518
umes so we'll just set down a few defense man for the Chicago
Rosh Hashanah Greetings
of those who shone brightest. Black Hawks, was shipped off to
the
minor
leagues.
With
the
Dutch Garfinkel of St. Johns, and
Harry Weintraub, Saul Nechtem, passing of Mons. Hart and Levin-
Harry Bromberg, all of the East. sky went the last trace of Jewish
in the sport of ice
Also Sid Spellman, Hank Gu- characters
Celery the Year Around
A HAPPY NEW YLAR
hockey. Both were great figures
berg, Don Silvers, lazy Rapper- w
hen
they
had
it. Levinsky may
TOMATOES—CELERY
berg and Larry Cohen of the
back. Hart has announced he
Central Produce Terminal
midwest and Kaplan of Oregon, he
is through with the game.
A. A. BREITENWISCHER
Shulman of Colorado, and Wex- TRACK AND FIELD
4216 CASS
ler,'
Kayser
and
Gruskin
of
the
COLUMBIA 4438
140 TWELFTH ST.
Allan
Tolmich
of
Wayne
Uni-
South.
8723 W. JEFFERSON AVE.
versity continues as the fastest
LAFAYETTE 0643
BOXING
Jew alive . . . over the hurdles
VInewood 2-2230
The name of Jacobs, like Abou
Ben Adams, leads all the rest in ... Marty Glickman of Syracuse,
the year's boxing review. One is Myron Piker of Northwestern
first-named Mike, the other, Joe. dominated the sprinting group.
Happy New Year to All
Mike Jacobs, with a monopoly There are others who• shine in
on practically all leading con- track events such as Padway of
Season's Greetings
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
tenders in all divisions, still re- Wisconsin; Levy, Cornell; Lip-
Carpet Cleaning Works mains the number one fistic pro- man, Stanford; Harry Cioman,
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
of
the
Achilles
A.
C.
One
of
the
moter of the world. He is part
"Work that Satisfies" manager of Joe Louis, in whose outstanding long distance run-
NEW YEAR
Purses he shares. Ile has a five ners of the oast year is Sanford
Storm Sash and Screens for
Oriental, Domestic Chenille year contract with Hammeriri' Goldberg whose specialty is in
Wood or Metal Windows
Rug Cleaning. Alterations Henry Armstrong, lightweight the 880 yards and in the 1,000
Established Since 1910
and Repairs. Upholstered and welterweight champion. lie yards field events. A list of the
Storm
Sash ■ nd Combination
Furniture Cleaning.
track
and
field
stars
would
shape
is boss of Madison Square Gar- an HS
follows:
Doors ■ at the Lowest
den. In short, Mike Jacobs has
HOgarth 3100
Cash •nd Carry Prices
to give the "go" sign before any 60-yard dash—Sum Stoller, Mich.
igen; Myron Piker, Northwestern,
4515 COLLINGWOOD AVE.
major fight is staged.
UNiversity 1.9397
Allan Tolmich, Wayne.
Nudging Mike for top fistic
366 PURITAN AVE.
honors of the year is Yussell the 100-yard dash—Marty Glickman,
Syracuse; Piker, Northwestern;
Mussel' Jacobs. It was he who Tenter,
Arizona.
maneuvered "Two-Ton" Tony
600- yards—Bresnick, N. Y. U.
Galento into fighting with Joe
Season's Greetings
880-yards--Sanford Goldberg., Rosh Hashanah Greetings . .
Louis. Galento, termed a "bum"
Niillrose A. A.; Abe Rosenkrantz,
and a fistic freak by most ex- Michigan
Normal.
perts, almost pulled the surprise
100 0-yards—Sanford Goldberg.
of the year in his gallant stand
Niillrose A. A.
against the great Negro cham-
pion. But winner or loser, it was SI One Mile—Sanford Goldberg,
illrose A. A.; I.ieut. Richard
Jacobs' manipulating that got
uer, Shore A. C.
onto a chance.
Detroit's Reliable Dealers In
Inside the padded square, one mi ISO-Hurdles (high) Allan Tol-
COAL and COKE
ch,
Wayne:
Klopstock,
Pacific
Jewish champion today totters Ci gist; Len Einsidler.
Authorized Dealers
perilously on his th rone where
8735 KERCHEVAL AVE.
220
SESTET — SOLVAY
Low Ilurdleo — Milton
once the Bennie Leonardo, Bar-
LEnotox 3876
COKE
Green,
Harvard;
Tolmich,
Wayne.
ney Rosses, et al, ruled. Sollie
High Jump—James Sandler,
Krieger won the middleweight
1843
ILLINOIS
championship of the world, but Northeastern; Victor Cohen;
Temple 2-5245
Princeton.
since has been defeated often in Wise,
Ha B m ro aa n d i. Jump — Milton Green,
3423 Livernois Ave.
over-weight bouts. The rise of
Lafayette 4185
New Year's Greetings to All
Davey Day, based on his magnifi-
Discus — Phil Levy, Olympic
cent stand against Henry Arm-
Club,
San
Francisco.
otrong, who had dethroned Bar-
Sincere Holiday Greetings
Put—Howard Brill, N.
ney Ross the year before, and Y. Shot
A. C.; Danny Taylor, N. Y. U.;
the complete and utter collapse
Irwin
Rubo•,
Wisconsin.
of Max Baer, were other 6699 ya IlI e
ammer Throw—Arthur Loeb,
features. Day is rated as a lead-
ing contended for Armstrong's
Throw—Len Minsky.
lightweight title. Baer, after Ba5 Javelin
ROSH HASHONAll GREETINGS!
lt ,1 0 . 00 oreme !,tir d es — Steiner.
heating Tommy Farr the previous
year, came 'within brae bout of tim M oa re ra . tik h
lod —Will Steiner, Bal-
2030.2040 HOWARD
earning a rematch with Joe
.
2915 GRAND RIVER
Louis. Fortunately he didn't get
Phone Lafayette 1070
it. He was defeated by y o ung
1627 W. FORT ST.
This
year's
crop of tennis stars
CHERRY 2330
Lou Nova and has since cone mi t
ready to harvest any major
into fistic retirement. The
RA. 7220
Year tit! es yet Strictly "an and corn-

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That the Coming Year Be Blessed
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CHEVROLET CO., Inc.

MAX LEBOW, Sales Manager

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