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June 25, 1965 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-25

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Yeshiva Dedicates Structure Al

ark Lewin, Israeli Heavyweight Champion,
nspired by 'This Wonderful' Country

ELIZABETH, N.J. (JTA) — Gov- -1- T
error Richard J. Hughes of New I
Jersey was among the state, city,
and county officials and Jewish I
Mark Lewin has won more dis-
communal leaders who attended a tinctions than most athletes in his
dinner marking the dedication of a brilliant mat career, but the title
new $1,000,000 addition to the he prizes most is the one he has
Mesivta High School of the Jew- earned recently . as the newly
ish Educational Center of Eliza- crowned Israeli heavyweight
champion.
beth.
Mark returned recently from a
lenthy transcontinental junket
that took him through Australia,
Japan, the Middle East and the

EDDIE FISHER
STARS AT
GROSS1NGER'S
THIS JULY 4

EDDIE FISHER,
whose great performance last
summer at Grossinger's made
entertainment history, will be
back to headline one of the
gala July 4 shows here. The
singing star is in the best voice
of his career. Proof: his new
big-hit recording "Sunrise,
Sunset." When Eddie singi at
Grossinger's, its something
special! This is where he was
discovered by Eddie. Cantor.
This is where he started! This
is home! You're in for a treat!

rossinger's

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he declares. "I hope to go back
there often and defend my title
against the best challengers there
are. The people are so friendly,
and they are doing such great
things, that being a sentimental-
ist, I found it inspiring just to be
there."
"The Israelis aren't a nation of
spectators," Lewin reports. "They
like to get out and enjoy athletic
activity themselves. Sports are ex-
tremely popular. Wrestling proved
this point. Outstanding bouts
brought out tremendous crowds."
Lewin grew up in New York
City, and has always made that
"home base" for his far reaching
wrestling junkets. He has made
several forays into other countries.
"One of the nicest things about
my trips abroad is the fun of corn-
ing home. The more I travel, the
more I realize that there isn't
any country that can beat the
good old U.S.A.," he said.
Lewin's joy in returning to
the United States was short lived.
Just three weeks ago- Lewin ap-:
peared in a wrestling match at
Cobo Arena, beating his opponent
in 1 minute and 17 seconds. Fol-
lowing this bout, Lewin was stand-
ing outside the ring watching an-
other match, when he was brutally
attacked and fouled by Bulldog

Denver Day School Builds

DENVER (JTA) —Ground-break-
ing ceremonies were held here for
the construction of a new $250,000
building by the Hillel Academy.
Brower, another wrestler. Lewin Sheldon K. Beren, chairman of the
was not participating in the bout school's building campaign, an-
but was standing outside the ring nounced that a total of $200,000
when Bulldog came over the ropes had already been pledged.
and proceeded to rain blow after
blow on Lewin's forehead. Lewin
was carried from the Arena on a
stretcher. He returned later. band-
and gave the -Bulldog his
just dues. Lewin demanded a
match with Brower, which will be
held July 3 at Cobo Arena.

BEE
KALT

SUGGESTS THE

World Theater Institute
Opens Parley in Israel

MOUNTAINS

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The 11th
World Congress of the Interna-

tional Theater Institute, the first
held outside of Europe, opened
here Monday night with the parti-
cipation of 130 delegates.
The week-long meeting will deal
with modern production of class-
ical plays.
Deputy Premier Abbe Eban;
Education Minister Zalman Ar-
anne; E. R. De Low, representative
of UNESCO; and Rusanold
president of the Institute, ad-
dressed the opening session.
Delegates were leading theater
figures, producers, critics and di-
rectors. They included Andre
Kaverter, a special delegate of
French Cultural Minister Andre
Malraux.

field culd

CATSKILLS

WHITE MOUNTAINS

he*

CATSKILLS

: >t

VACATIONING

TAK ES

NEW

MARK LEWIN

Far East. In the course of his tri-
umphal tour, he was invited by
the Israel government to wrestle
there.
A superb athlete, often hailed
as the model of clean-cut, clean-
living All-American man, Lewin
made a great hit in Israel. He felt
that he never wrestled better. His
opponents who entered the ring
against him shared the same opin-
ion, for Lewin bowled them all
over and wen the Israeli title.
-"That - is a wonderful country,"

his

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10—Friday, June 25, 1965

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