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September 02, 1966 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32-Friday, September 2, 1966

Interest in World Cup soccer Matches

21,000 Attend Opening
of Maccabiad in Brazil

BY JESSE SILVER

(Copyright, 1966 JTA,

SAO PAULO, Brazil (JTA)-The
sixth Pan-American Maccabia
Games were held at the Ibira
Puera state gymnasium here with
all of the stadium's 21,000 seats
filled and more than 5,000 persons
unable to gain admittance.
The pageant by contingents of
Jewish athletes included two Is-
raelis and a 34-member United
States team. the first sent to the
Pan-American Maccabiad. Among
the high officials present for the
inauguration were Cardinal Arch-
bishop Dom Angella Rossi; Mach-
ado de Carvalho, the Sao Paulo
secretary of state; Major Silvio de
Magalhaes Padilha, president of
the Brazilian Olympic Committee;
and Manuel Epstein, representing
the World Maccabi Union.

Inc.)

The World Cup soccer- matches
created so much interest in Israel
that over 1,000 Israelis made the
journey to England for the compe-
tition. The Israeli press gave the
event extensive coverage with no
fewer than 20 newspaper reporters
on hand. In addition there were
live reports on Kol Israel radio.
All this despite the fact that Israel
was not among the 16 teams that
played in Britain.
George Cohen, a member of the
winning English side, is not Jewish.
"But with that name," he said, "my
family couldn't be anything else,
could it?"
* *
A national tournament involving
the four soccer teams in the United
States sponsored by Jewish organi-
zations was held for the first time

recently in San Francisco. The
event was part of the 20th anni-
versary celebration of the Hakoah
Club of that city.
The teams were the Maccabee
Athletic Club of Los Angeles, Mac-
cabee Soccer Club of Chicago,
Maccabee Soccer Club of New
York and Hakoah. All are out-
standing teams in their area.
* *
Barry Siegel, executive secre-
tary of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity,
points out that of the seven Jew-
ish players elected to the collegiate
football Hall of Fame, four, Dr.
Joe Alexander, Syracuse; Fred
Sington, Alabama; Sid Luckman,
Columbia and the newest member,
Aaron Rosenberg, USC, were active
undergraduate men of ZBT.
It's not too surprising since ZBT
has always been noted for its ath-
letes. The fraternity was founded
in 1898 and has given an award

to its best athlete since 1915. The
first recipient was Sol Yassenoff
who played football for Ohio State.
*
Sol Rosen was named commis-
sioner of the pro football Contin-
ental League after serving as act-
ing commissioner .. . Phil Ratner
of Cornell and Mike Buckner of
Northwestern were cut by the new
Miami Dolphins in the rookie
training camp. Both men suffered
injuries which held back their pro-
gress. Ratner played defensive end
and Buckner defensive halfback
. .. Guard Mike Katz of Southern
Connecticut was one of the last
cuts at the New York Jets train-
ing camp . .. Phil Handler, defen-
sive line coach and Sid Luckman,
quarterback coach, will be back
with the Chicago Bears this season
. . . Harold Rosenthal, formerly

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haired lady, ticket in hand, wait-
ing to board the ferris wheel . . .
She looked a bit out of place there,
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and hat ... As she glanced shyly
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she chuckled, "I'm much too old
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man eyeing her from the opposite
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• . nervously glancing in his di-
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the policeman's face as he ex-
tended his arms, palms down, in
a gesture familiar to baseball fans
. . • Imagine Lila's relief when he
called, "Safe!"
MYRON COHEN, in town at a
local nitery, told of the young girl
who was having trouble getting
married . • In desperation, her
mother suggested she put an ad
in the paper . . . The girl put in
an ad that read, "Attractive, young
homemaker desires companionship
of man seeking same." . . . After
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* *
Adolph Schayes, the recently de-
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the game he loves. The NBA Coach
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supervisor of officials.
Art Heyman will get another
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Bruce Kaplan has been elected
captain of the 1966-67 NYU bas-
ketball squad. Kaplan, a pre-medi-
cal student, scored 14.6 points a
game last season . . . Ron Green,
a recent graduate of Vanderbilt, is
now playing his basketball in
Italy . . . Neil Walk was a mem-
ber of the U. of Florida basketball
team that made a good-will tour
of Venezuela and Panama.
The University of Kentucky rep-
resented the United States at the
first international university bas-
ketball tournament played in Is-
rael. The competition was organ-
ized by the Israel Academic Sport
Association under the auspices of
the International University Sport
Federation.
Teams from Britain, Italy, Hun-
gary, Greece, Brazil, Finland, Tur-
key, Sweden and others took part.
The host team was the University
of Tel Aviv. The West German
Government refused to cover the
travel expenses of the University
of Heidelberg team because it felt
the atmosphere in Israel was un-
favorable to visits by German stu-
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