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Sid Luckman, the former All
American from Columbia and
thrice a member of Seven Arts
Syndicate's Jewish All - American,
is fast proving he's an all-Ameri-
can in professional football, too.
Usually a player is given a year
or two to get adjusted to the
faster, more open style of play of
the cash-and-carry players. This
is especially so with the Chicago
Bears, who have one of the most
intricate offenses in all football.
dom. But Sid is coming along to
rapidly he is one of the league's
sensations. In two of the Bear's
most crucial games, his forward
-massing and field generalship were
directly responsible for victories.
Against the far-famed Green
Bay Packers, Sid got hot in the
ast few minutes of play with
core 27-23 against the Bears. Ile
threw one pass good for 18 yards.
Then came right back with an-
ther one. This one was a tre-
mendous throw that gained 45
yards and put the ball on the
Packers' 10-yard line. Here he
directed another freshman sensa-
tion, Bill Osmanski, over the goal
line in two plays that gave the
Bears a 30 - 27 victory in one of
the greatest games of football
The following week, Sid was
even more sensational. The score
was tied, 7 - 7, with only one min-
ute to play before the first half
of the Bear-Detroit game. Detroit
had just scored and its subse-
quent kick-off went over the goal
line for a touchback. On first
down from the 20 yard line, Sid
lost 6 yards when he stumbled
trying to get set for a pass. On
second down he fired a long pass
to his former Columbia mate,
John Siegel, but the ball was
batted down. On the next down,
however, he wrote his name in-
delibly on the plaque reserved for
football stardom. Ile faded clear
back to his own four-yard, line
before heaving a mighty pass that
sailed 54 yards through the air
into the hands of speedy Bob
Swisher, who raced 42 yards for
the touchdown that gave the Bears
a 14-7 lead at halftime, and which
enabled them to win the game
23-13. With one tremendous
sweep, Luckman had covered prac-
tically the entire gridiron.
Luckman gave his first real
demonstration of his passing abil-
ity earlier in the season against
the champion Giants in New York.
With the score 16 - 0 against the
Bears, Slingin' Sid took charge
and started firing the ball all
over the lot. Time was short, but
he did manage to pass the Bears
to two touchdowns. The lost that
ABOUT "UNZER" MARSHALL
Marshall Goldberg, of whom you
may have heard, also gave a
sparkling exhibition in New York.
That was last week when his
Cardinals lost to the Giants,
17-7, but Mad Marshall was one of
the finest players on the field. He
December 8, 1939
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amj THE LEGAL CHRONICLE
Americans and their relatives
in certain German-occupied
sections of Poland is now pos-
sible through the Federation
of Polish Jews iu America.
nold M. Kaiser, secretary of
A cable received from Ar-
the Polish Relief Fund of Lon-
don, who also represents the
Federation of Polish Jews in
America with regard to its
work of registering Polish
refugees in Rumania, Hun-
gary, Lithuania and Holland,
states that letters can be sent
through the Federation via
Geneva to the Upper Silesia
and Danzig areas and that re-
plies from residents in those
sections to Americans can be
routed here in the same man-
The offices of the Federa-
tion also announced that two
additional lists of refugees in
Rumania and Hungary have
just been received by it from
Mr. Kaiser, who left by plane
for Wilna, where he will make
a first hand investigation of
the refugee situation in be-
half of the Federation and the
Catholic. Aid Jews M Vienna;
Reich Jews Impoverished
BRUSSELS. — (WNS) — The
"Polske Pravda", Nazi newsorgan
in Cracow has suspended publica-
tion because of the lack of read-
ers, according to a dispatch re-
ceived here which said that in
Posen the "Voelkischer Beobach-
ter", official newsorgan of the
Nazi party, is being released in
the Polish language for the pur-
pose of spreading and inciting
hatred of the Jews among the
Dr. Nissim Touroff is leaving
for Palestine in March, to be the
head of the Education Depart-
ment of the Hebrew University.
. . . The intrigues that tried to
keep him away have collapsed.
scored the lone Cardinal touch-
down, which, incidentally, was
the first he ever scored in New
York. When he was ripping
gridirons wide open with Pitts-
burgh, he participated in two
scoreless ties against Fordham,
and later, as a member of the
Eastern All-Stars, he hardly
played because of an injury. Thus,
his first touchdown in New York
in three years of college competi-
tion and one year of professional,
came last week. Goldberg prob-
ably won't play pro ball after
this season. Ile wants to settle
down, get married, and find a
job in Chicago. He is engaged
to Florence Deutelbaum of Pitts-
burgh, and they expect to be mar-
ried in December, which we knew
long before Walter Winchell an-
nounced it on the air. So there!
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Paul Muni, who took the lion's
share of the Broadway spotlight
last week with two openings—his
new film, "We Are Not Alone,"
and his stage play, "Key Large"
—is getting only a moderate sal-
ary (for him) in the latter . . .
He was offered $2,500 weekly,
but refused that large a sum, urg-
ing that the greater part of it be
used to hire other actors.
Shalom Asch, whose book "The
Nazarene" is steadily climbing
into first place on the best-seller
lists, is thinking of undertaking
an extensive English lecture tour
in this country.
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Bazelel Art School in Jerusalem, Palestine will be exhibited.
Prof. Schatz's children, Bezalel and Zahara, noted artists in their
own rights, have brought the exhibit here and will display their own
works. The exhibit will start on Sunday and will be shown for two
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Baron Rithschild, of Paris, to-
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with offices in London, England,
NEW YORK—A branch of is under the guidance of James
the Jewish Marine League, which Rothschild, M. P., and Captain
aims to prepare young Jews in Jeremiah Halpern, director of
marine and fishery occupations the Marine League.
in, and around, Palestine, was re-
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Judge Louis B. Brodsky and League are as follows: Judge
, Rabbi Louis I. Newman, of Tem- Louis B. Brodsky, Rabbi Louis
!pie Rodeph Sholom, are the bon- I. Newman, honorary chairmen;
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branch of the Jewish Marine ooza Aleph; Irving Bunim, vice-
president, of Young Israel of
This league was organized a America; Mordecai Danzis, noted
few years ago, through the ef- Yiddish journalist; Hon. Ilarry
I forts of Baron Robert de Roth- G. Fromberg, former national
f schild, of Paris, France, who is president of the Young Israel;
, together with Chief Rabbi Moses H. Hoenig, national presi-
H. Hertz, of the Brit- dent, Young Israel of America;
ish Empire, the honorary presi- Rabbi Jacob Hoffman, of the
' dent of the World Jewish Marine Oheb Zedek Congregation; Mrs.
League. The league has already Frances Hollander; Samuel B.
succeeded in organizing and Lieberman: Rabbi Hirsch Mani-
maintaining a few marine schools schewitz; Rabbi J. !toward Ral-
such as the ones in Nathania, bag; and William B. Ziff, author
Palestine, Riga, Latvia, and other and publisher.
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mechanics, navigators. and ma- League are located at 1123
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League Is instrumental in or- Watkins 9-1367.
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estine, in which hundreds of tive director of the American
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