Sports Attainments in Baseball,
Boating, Golf, Tennis and Racing
By JESSE SILVER
(Copyright, 1967, JTA, Inc.)
and Pam Richmond of Mission
Hills, Kansas, are rated 15th and
19th in the same age category.
Other rankings in the younger
groups show Brian Gottfied, Cape
Coral, Fla., No. 2 and Harold
Solomon, Silver Springs, Md.,
No. 3 in the Boys' 14; Nancy Orn-
stein, Washington, D.C., No. 4 in
the Girls' 14; Michael Fishbach,
New York, No. 5 in the Boys' 12
and Susan Epstein, Miami, No. 4
and Lisa Rosenblum, New York,
No. 10 in the Girls' 12. In the
Seniors, Julius Heldman of New
York has rated No. 5.
Veteran Pierre Darmon won his
seventh French National tennis
title, and was again given his
country's No. 1 ranking. Tom
Okker of the Netherlands also
retained his No. 1 national rank-
ing . . . Israel's Josef Stabholz,
20, competed in Australia this
season and the Aussie Davis Cup
coach said he was the best Israeli
player to appear there . . . Mike
Belkin, now of Canada, is com-
peting in Smith Africa and then
will move on and play the Euro-
pean circuit as he did last year.
The three Epstein sisters of
Miami have all made the tennis
rankings for 1966. Rana and Susan
are nationally ranked: Rana, No.
18 in the Girls' 16; and Susan,
No. 4 in the Girls' 12 category.
Best of all may be Lynn, who Is
rated only No. 15 in the Florida
Girls' 12 group. Lynn, however, is
only eight years old !
Hasidic Tales and Teachings
The Amshinover (died 1877)
said: "To sin against a fellowman
is worse than to sin against the
Creator. The man you harmed may
have gone to an unknown place,
and you may lose the opportunity
to beg his forgiveness. The Lord,
however, is everywhere and you
can always find Him when you seek
• • •
The Brisker ( died 1892) re-
marked concerning a certain phil-
anthropist who was known as an
enthusiastic contributor to every
charity: "He is a most admirable
man, but he possesses one fault. He
Jerry Langer and Peter Roths-
child have been elected to the
Gulf Marine Hall of Fame. Langer,
who won last year's Sam Griffith
Memorial Race, was named Na-
tional Outboard Ocean Driver for
1966 by the American Power Boat
Association. He is a marine dealer
from Miami Beach. A mechanical
engineer` by training, Lange r
worked in Chicago before he set-
tled in Florida.
Rothschild, a member of the
banking family, is considered one
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
of the top off-shore drivers in the
world. He recently captured the
hazardous 440-mile Long Beach,
Calif. to San Francisco race. He
lives in Santa Fe Springs, Calif.
Emil (Bus) Mosbacher will be
the skipper of the Intrepid, the
new 12-meter yacht that will
battle for the right to represent
the United States in this year's
America's Cup. Mosbacher sailed
the Weatherly to victory in the
Peter Revson, in a McLaren-
Ford, placed third in the recent
252-mile Nassau Trophy race for
sports cars in the Bahamas. Rev-
son, 27, is a member of the Revlon
cosmetic family. He and his part-
ner won the 1966 world's manufac-
turer's championship with victories
in Sebring, Florida, Monza, Italy
and Spa, Belgium. They drove an
Essex Wire Ford GT-40.
Revson is presently with the
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N.Y. He could end up with a
movie career after appearing in
"Grand Prix," a film about, what
else, racing cars.
• • •
British Overseas Air Corp.
Richie Scheinblum, who went to
(BOAC) has acceded to anti-
Nicaragua to play winter baseball,
ended up an eye witness to the ':Israel pressure and canceled
two weekly Far Eastern
recent violence in the capital city
to Arab Boycott
flights which stop in Lydda,
of Managua. Scheinblum, and three
other players were only two blocks `A? Israel, on the way from Lon- k:,1
don to India.
away when the fighting started.
The action came as a re-
They ducked into a nearby apart-
stilt of a warning by Paki-
ment house until the shooting
'0,; stan, a Moslem country, that
it prohibits overflights
Scheinblum won his own private
through Israel on trips to Li!!
war with the pitchers in the Nica-
India without an interme-
raguan League. The Cleveland In-
dian farmhand hit them for a .331
Regular flights between
average, good enough to win the
London and Lydda are not
batting title. In the playoffs he
affected by the action.
slapped the baseball for a .357
average to lead his Cinco Estelles :,:iaTAKMalliMMti;MIZMWAVariaMMA,.
team to the championship.
An outfielder from Engle-
wood, N.J., Scheinblum, 24, is
given only an outside chance of
Rabbi Henoch of Alexander (died
18'70) once said: "The real exile of
Israel in Egypt was that they had
enjoys almsgiving so much that he
desires people should always be learned to endure it."
in need, in order that he may aid
A Hasid heard much regarding
the renowned of 4tabbi Israel Meir
ha-Cohen, the Radiner (died 1933),
the latter's fol-
and asked one
lowers: "Is it true that your Zaddik
The other answered: "You deem
it a miracle whbn God does the
will of your Zaddik. We, however,
deem it a miracle if it can be truth-
fully asserted that our Zaddik
does God's will.",
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He batted .263 with Pautucket
of the Eastern League last year.
Marty Fleckman of Port Arthur,
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, di-
Texas, the 1965 NCAA champion, rector of interreligious affairs of
was designated the third ranking
with zippy pimento!
the American Jewish Committee,
amateur for 1966 by Golf Digest praised the new 15-volume Catholic
magazine. Fleckman won the Encyclopedia as "at once one of
Eastern last year, tied for second the most important results of Vati-
in the Porter Cup and tied for can CouncilII and at the same time
the third in the Sunnehanna. something that may well become
Arnold Blum, in 1965, was the one of the most valuable and last-
last Jewish golfer to gain that ing instruments for translating the
Council's vision into reality."
high a ranking.
Fleckman and Dick Siderowf
Rabbi Tanenbaum discussed the
at a meeting in Wash-
as alternates on the Walker Cup ington honoring Archbishop Patrick
squad that will play the British O'Boyle.
"A Jew who samples the pages
in May ... Roger Ginsberg placed
67th on the 1966 PGA money of this encyclopedia," Rabbi Tanen.
explained, "cannot but con-
clude that this work constitutes a
take was $13,330.20.
• • •
major contribution to overcoming
Jeff Alpert of Woodbridge, much of the widespread ignorance,
Conn.won the Perry Corno Ama- misrepresentations, and stereotypes
teur Tourney at Ft. Pierce, Fla., regarding the Jewish people, Juda-
with a 4 under par 284 for 72 ism, the synagogue, and Jewish-
holes. Alpert is captain of the Christian relations."
Rabbi Tanenbaum characterized
U. of Miami golf team .... Herman
Barron, with a 3 under par 139 parallel references to Jews and
in the new encyclopedia,
for 36 holes, tied for the runner-up which was
published by the Mc-
spot in the Quarter-Century cham- Graw-Hill Book Co. and whose edi-
pionshiPs at Palm Beach Gardens, tors worked through the Catholic
of America, with those
National tennis rankings for University
15, Len printed in 'the 1910 edition as "dra-
1966 give Alan Fox, No. Goldman,
of how profound
Schloss, No. 38 and Ron
affirmative a change has be-
No. 39 among the men, while no and.
in Catholic schol-
women made the grade. Julie 8 arship with regard to its objective
Heldman, who was ranked No.
understanding of the history, reli-
for 1965 has retired from tourna- gion, culture, and sociology of the
Marilyn Aschner of New York Jewish people." He called the new
encydlopedia "a sound and reliable
was ranked No. 6 in the Girls 18, miniature Jewish Encyclopedia.
while Diane Matzner of New York
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