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June 24, 1966 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-24

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Sports Illustrated Rates AZA Alumnus
as Top Handball Player of All Time

"The finest handball player of
all time and possibly the best ath-
lete, regardless of sport, in the
United States" is how Sports Illus-
trated, a leading weekly sports
magazine, described Jimmy Jacobs
of Los Angeles.
"There is no athlete in the world
who dominates his sport with the
supremacy that Jimmy enjoys in
fourwall handball. Handball is a
1 9manding sport that requires en-
trance, speed, power, and dex-
`rity, all of which the muscular
__.„dcobs, who stands five feet nine
inches and weighs 175 pounds,
has in abundance."

Jacobs has won six U. S.
Handball Association singles

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championships and has shared
in four doubles titles.

With his partner Marty Decatur,
Jacobs forms the strongest doubles
competition of all time. They have
never lost a match; they have
never even lost a game. In fact,
Jacobs himself is considered a
great "doubles" player: alone he
can defeat any two other men.
Jacobs, now 35, played football,
baseball and basketball for Gersh-
win Chapter, Aleph Zadik Aleph,
teen-age boys division of Bnai
Brith. When he was on the team,
18 years ago, Gershwin AZA
LEE SHERMAN was given a 50-
never failed to win the cham- year certificate from the Michigan
pionship.
State Board of Pharmacy at Ferris

Institute last week during its con-
vocation exercises. He was register-

Yavneh, Intercollegiates
to Close Town Hall Series
With Talk on 'Modesty'

ed in 1916 and has practiced phar-
macy without halt since that time.
. • . Throughout the years, Lee has

Yavneh Chapter of Detroit and
Young Israel Intercollegiates will
hold their concluding Town Hall
on the Campus program 9:30 p.m.
Saturday at Young Israel Center
of Northwest.
Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Adler of
Chicago will speak on "Are the
Torah's Views on Modesty Out-
dated?"
Rabbi Adler, who received his
BA degree from Roosevelt Uni-
versity, was ordained at the He-
brew Theological College, Skokie.
Mrs. Adler is taking postgraduate
studies at Northwestern Univer-
sity on a Woodrow Wilson fellow-
ship.
The series was organized by
Lanny Cern, Midwest regional vice
president of Yavheh, and Rabbi
William Schostak, youth director
of Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Admission is free, and refresh-
ments follow the talk.

More than 500 Mumfordites re-
ceived diplomas at two commence-
ment exercises Wednesday. Com-
mencement speakers were gradu-
ates Delores Gillum, Marilyn
Stocker, Kenny Edison and Kim
Hartstein.
Honors convocation was held
last Friday morning to honor those
graduates who have distinguished
themselves in citizenship and
scholarship.
Among those honored and the
awards they received were Marvin
Binion and Helen Sachs, the Dan-
forth Foundation Award; Harriet
Parker and Stanley Gould, the
Brenda Bloomberg Award; Mari-
lyn Stocker, DAR Good Citizen
JOEL, DANIEL and SANDRA
Award; Janet Klotman and Jef-
frey Last, Detroit Police Youth WEISENTHAL GOMEZ, children
of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pelavin of
Award.

They Made
the Grade

Parklawn Ave., Oak Park, have
brought triple honors to the fam-
ily. Sandra receives her MD from
the University of Michigan Medi-
cal School and will interne at St.
Joseph Mercy Hospital, Pontiac.
Daniel graduates from Oak Park
High, and goes to Michigan State
University. Joel completes Clinton
Among those who had main- Junior
High and enters Oak Park
tained an over-all average of 3.2 High School.

Also Steven Fishman, Frank-
lin and Marshall College Award;
Cynthia Goldstein and Anton
Rosenthal, Lt. Roy F. Green
JWV Award; Rafael Weston,
Reader's Digest Award; and
Steven Wineman, the Harvard
Book Award.

or better and received the cum
laude designation were the follow-
ing:
David Ceifitz, Daria Chajes,
Marc Citron, Mary Ellen Colten,
\ Linda Croll, Millie Fenton, Lynn
-7 erguson, Robert Fine, Wendy
'vied, Louis Galinsky, Cynthia
oldstein, Linda Goodman, Stan-
,
Gould, Cynthia Haas, Rosa-
) lind Heideman, Lauren Kaminski,
Marshall Katz, Laura Kennard,
Jeffrey Last, Linda Lehman and
Freda Lengel.
Also Cary Levy, Susan Lewis,
Michael Lubetsky, Marie Marcou,
Bonnie M or to n, Helen Sachs,
James Piper, Leonard Robbins,
Merle Sefansky, Richard Shcolnek,
Jane Shetzer, Renee Siegan, Lois
Silverman, Edwin Sitron, Stephen
Slusky, Marilyn Sosnick, Denise
Spoon, Joel Still m a n, Arnold
Tracht, Marjory Winkelman, Hen-
ry Winokur, Eileen Zamek, Susan
Zolkower and Susan Zuckerman.
Magna cum laude was conferred
upon those with an over-all aver-
age of 3.6 and better. Those so
honored included:
Nancy Ascher, Susan Bailey,
Rita Dryman, Susan Borock, Joan
Fealk, Steven Fishman, Beverly
Harris, Kim Hartstein, Rita Kalen-
berg, Michael Kayne, Janet Klot-
man, Linda Levin and Jeffrey Lon-
don.
Also Barbara Miller, John Nan-
nes, Ira Revich, Terry Schwartz,
Marcia Stamen, Wendy Sternberg,
Marilyn Stocker, Rafael Weston,
Steven Wineman, Gilda Zalenko
and Edward Zuckerman.
Special recognition was earned
by Irwin Rose and Joseph Rosin.

Danny Raskin's

Judie Greenbaum Wins
High Honors in Interior
Decorating Competition

An 11th grade student at Mum-
ford High School won second-place
honors in Hudson's Annual In-
terior Decorating Award, a com-
petition that drew some 600
entries.
She is Judie Greenbaum, daugh-
ter of the Ralph Greenbaums of
18613 Mendota.
At a banquet honoring the top
25 students, Judie was presented
with a tuition scholarship for one
semester at the Detroit School of
Arts and Crafts for a course in
interior design and second-place
trophy. In addition, Mumford was
presented with a Hudson trophy to
be retained for one year.
Entrants prepared layouts of a
room design with sample materials
or photos showing the colors,
fabrics and furniture used in the
room.

Northwestern Confers
Degrees on 3 from Area

Three area residents were among
the 2,834 graduates who received
degrees at commencement exer-
cises at Northwestern University
in Evanston, Ill. June 11.
They are Allen L. Sinai, 18644
Greenlawn, who received a master
of arts degree. Harold M. Waller,
18695 Wildemere, master of sci-
ence; and Seymour Manello, 23410
Wildwood, Oak Park, juris doctor.
Speaker was U.S. Secretary of
Labor W. Willard Wirtz.

also continued his other interests,
those of being an avid horticultur-
ist and having a keen insight in
the history of pharmacy.
* * *

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Young Adults Elect
Beth Abraham Officers

The Young Adult Group of Cong.
Beth Abraham elected Anna-Jean
Betman as president for the corn-
ing term. Other officers are Manny
Cetner, vice president; Barbara
Burstein, Linda Neuman and Elliot
Stahl, secretaries; Marshall Fish-
er, treasurer; and Shelley Bank,
chaplain.
The installation of officers will
take place July 6 in the social hall.
Shelly Ribiat is chairman.
Other events for this month in-
clude a dinner-dance at the Elm-
wood Casino Saturday, with Bar-
bara Burstein, chairman; and a
beach party at Kensington (Mar-
tindale Beach), Sunday, Anna-Jean
Betman, chairman.
For information, call Shelley
Bank, UN 3-4628, or Anna Betman,
DI 1-8126.

* * *
PHILIP COWAN is celebrating
his 30th year as vice president of
Detroit Medical Arts . • . He was
a member of the Michigan State
Board of Pharmacy in 1962-63-64,
under executive director Dave
Moss.
* * *
WHEN JACK KAUFMAN was
installed as worshipful master of
Craftsman Masonic Lodge back in
1958, little did he dream that eight
years later the fellows would have
a testimonial dinner in his honor
. . . But that's exactly what's hap-

pening tonight at Mario's Restaur-
ant on Second, for Jack's untiring
efforts in behalf of the group dur-
ing the past 15 years.
* * *
IRV HERMAN, Sunday advertis-

ing manager of the Detroit Free
Press, has for years been kibitzed
with the moniker "Oive" . .
While in New York recently, call-
ing on top merchandising people
in the fiber industry, he discovered
the name Irving to be a prominent
one among the top echelon boys
. . . but only as "Oiving" . . . So
what's in a name, says Iry . . .
Whether its "Giving", Melvin or
Montmorency, talent talks in the
long run.
* * *
FAVORITE STORIES . . . by
Manny Leonard . . . An amateur
radio ham went delirious with ex-
citement when he caught a news-
cast straight from Moscow on his
set . . . "Our great athlete, Ivan
Skvitch," the announcer was boom-

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CONFIRMATION AND PARTY

IF SOMEBODY WALKED up to
you and asked the first names of
Red Skelton, Skitch Henderson and

* * *
BEST BET OF THE WEEKEND
• .. Daylight Masonic dinner-dance
(Sunday) at Elmwood Casino, fea-
turing Totie Fields, America's top
comedienne . . . Harry Hochman
still has reservations left, BR

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world's records for the two-hun-
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five-mile run, and the hundred-
mile run, overcoming such for-
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range of mountains, and complete
lack of water." • . . There was a
moment's silence, and then the an-
nouncer continued in more sub-
dued tones, "Unfortunately, Ivan•
Skvitoh's fantastic performance
was in vain. He was captured and
brought back to Russia."

`Greensleeves Magic,'
Folk Tale at Center

"Greensleeves Magic," an orig-
inal folk tale for all ages, will be
presented at the Jewish Center
auditorium 3 and 7 p.m. Sunday.
A production of Dramatic Arts
Studio Touring Company, it will
be presented at no charge to the
public.
The company will take the pro-
duction to Ford Auditorium July
4, as part of the Detroit-Windsor
International Freedom Festival.

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