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August 21, 1964 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-21

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Jews tn Sports

Toast to the New Year

By JESSE and ROY SILVER

As Rosh Hashanah rapidly ap-
proaches, many hours of planning
and working lie ahead before all
is ready for friends and family who
will visit.
What more satisfying way to
wish a friend holiday cheer than
with a raised glass of Seagram's

(Copyright, 1964, JTA, Inc)

Five Russian Jewish athletes — Olympics in England last year. He's off his best mark. Paul Katz was
four female and one male—repre- the seminar program director of fifth in the event and then won
sented the Soviet Union in its re- the Human Resources Division of the AAU 13-14 age group 100-meter
freestyle in 1:04.3.
cent dual track meet against the Abilities, Inc.
The Jewish community of South-
* •
United States in Los Angeles. All
Pitcher Larry Yellen of the Hous- ern California can be proud of the
were veterans of the competition.
Mrs. Ludmilla Gurevich captured ton Colts has been farmed to Okla- new $150,000 gymnasium wing con-
structed at the Hollywood Los
the 800-meters in 2:07.5. The re- homa City.
Feliz Jewish CC. It was dedicated
markable Press sisters also ex-
Harry Danning and Hank Green- Aug. 2, and has facilities for all
celled. Tamara, a 217-pound bit of berg participated in the Oldtimers
fluff, who is a Leningrad engineer, Day staged by the New York Mets. indoor sports.
The celebration of Roosevelt
took a double. She won the shot It was a replay of the 1939 All-
at 59' 434" and then the discus at Star Game. Al Schacht umpired be- Raceway's 25th year of operations
183' 1". Irna, Tamara's curly haired hind home plate and tossed batboy in New York is a reminder that
older sister, who is maybe 10 sizes George Jessel out of the contest. the father of modern night harness
racing is George Morton Levy, who
smaller, captured her specialty
Esme Emanuel of Johannesburg
with a 10.8 performance in the 80- is the new South African girls jun- was profiled in the July 2'7 issue
of Sports Illustrated.
meter hurdles.
* *
ior tennis champion. She was
Maria Itkina, whose brother re- coached by the veteran Abe Segal.
Statistics released through June
sides in Israel, finished fourth in Tony Wolpert was the runner-up
30 show two familiar names lead-
the 100-meter dash with a 12.1 in the junior men's division.
ing the national lists for jockeys
clocking. She also led off a losing
Perseverance paid_ off for Dick and trainers. Walter Blum, recent
400-meter relay team.
Raskind, a 29-year-old southpaw winner of the Brooklyn Handicap
The lone male was Abram Krivo- who finally won the New York aboard Gun Bow, tops the jocks as
. sheyev, a 30-year-old teacher from State singles championship in his he did in 1963. He has 173 victories
Ghernovtsky. He finished fourth in 14th attempt. Raskind began his and is sixth among money winners.
the 800-meters in 1:52.4 — a good quest at the age of 16. He reached Trainer Buddy Jacobson also is a
five seconds off the time he re- the finals twice and the semi-finals repeater with 75 winners. He is
corded in Moscow two weeks be- four times before capturing the fourth among money winning sad-
fore the USA-USSR dual meet. In- title. He's a Navy opthalmologist, dlers. . . . Trainer Budd Lepman
cidentally, the first time Abram same as his father, who also at- is on his way to a second straight
visited these shores in 1959 he tended Yale. Incidentally, Dad championship at Monmouth Park.
spoke Yiddish to a New York played lacrosse for the Blues.
newspaperman.
* * *
World Reform Group
Sprinter Gerry Ashworth was the
Follow the progress of javelin
American Jewish athlete who came thrower Michael Frutkoff, a recent Establishes Seminary
the closest to participating in the graduate of Brooklyn Poly. He al-
AMSTERDAM (J T A ) — The
meet. Gerry finished fourth in the ready has whipped the spear 197'. World Union for Progressive Ju-
National AAU 100-meters.
Shlomo Nitzani, Israeli national daism decided to establish a sem-
* * *
record-holder in the 400-meter run, inary for youth leaders and relig-
Fencers Alan Jay and Ralph is spending the summer at Upsala ious teachers for German Jewish
Cooperman have been selected to U. of Sweden as the guest of the youth and Algerian Jewish refu-
represent Great Britain in the school's track team. They met last gees in France. The Reform Jewish
Tokyo Olympics.
year when an Upsala squad com- body announced the decision at
If kosher food is served on the peted at the Hebrew University in the organization's conference being
bill of fare at the Olympic Village, Jerusalem.
held at the Anne Frank Home
blame it on Charley Ornstein of
A team of 10 fencers from here.
Washington, D.C. He's been the Ramat Gan-Maccabi has been in-
Reports were delivered by Rabbi
chairman of the U.S. Olympic Food vited to Turkey in October for a Lionel Blue, recently appointed
and Housing Committee since 1928. series of competitions against Tur- director for European Jewish
Mark Midler is captain of the key's top clubs.
youth work; Rabbi Henry Brandt,
Soviet national foils team, while
The voice announcing the New of Leeds; Rabbi Doy Marmur, of
David Tyshler is a coach of the York Jets' pre - session football London; and Rabbi Jaap Soeten-
squad. Both are expected to put games on TV may not sound fa- dorf, of Amsterdam.
in an appearance in Tokyo.
miliar — but the name is. Benny
Bobby Mosbacher, whose big
Can't Ship—Can't Wait
Friedman, the old Michigan Hall
brother Emil was the winning skip- of Famer, is starting a new career
The retailer had ordered a large
per in the United States successful
quantity of merchandise from a
luck.
defense of the Americas' Cup, has on the gridiron. Good
* *
distributor. Back came this wire,
been selected as a second U.S.
"Cannot ship until you pay for
Richard
Abramson,
of
the
Air
Olympic alternate in the Dragon
your
last consignment."
Force
Academy,
representing
the
sailing class. It's a new class for
Whereupon the retailer wired
Bobby, who is currently sailing out New York Knickerbocker Swim
Club, was third in the Senior Met (collect, of course), "Unable to
of Houston, Texas.
Richard Rosenbaum, of Roslyn AAU 1,500-meters in 20:10.1, far wait that long. Cancel the order."
Heights, N.Y., also will be in Japan
this fall. He'll compete in the Para-
Olympics, which follow the regular
Olympics. Dick captured three gold
medals in the international Para-

V.0.? Seagram's continually wins
new friends with its taste, aroma,
and unusual clarity.

Rabbi is Hebrew for "my teach-
er." Originally the title of respect
applied to a teacher of the Law.
Later it came to mean the spiritual
leader in a synagogue.

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At the recent dedication ceremonies of the monument erected
on the site where 800,000 Polish Jews were- exterminated by the
Nazis in the Treblinka concentration camp, James P. Rice (right),
Executive Director of United Hias Service, and Gaynor Jacobson,
Director of European and North African Operations of the world-
wide migration agency, were among the representatives of Jewish
organizations who were present. Other representatives of UJA-sup-
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General, and Dr. Akiva Kohane, of the JDC, and Max Braude,
Director-General of ORT. At the spot, two miles away, where 10,000
Polish Christians met their death, another monument was unveiled.
The Treblinka memorial consists of a large central stone with a huge
engraved menorah, which is surrounded by tombstones bearing the
names of the cities and villages from which the Treblinka victims had
been rounded up.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12 Friday, August 21, 1964

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