THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 8, 1967-31
Baseball Notables, liank and His Sons
The most bemedalled chest is
that of Haile Selassie, Emiferor
of Ethiopia, who now has over 50
medal ribbons worn in up to 14
Ken Holtzman thought he was talk about.
Hall of Earner Hank Greenberg I
through with pitching for the year.
He had been called up for six recently paid a visit to his son
months National Guard training
in May. But, here it was August
and the Chicago Cubs were still in Killed by Own Hate
By H. SHENKMAN
the first division. So, the first
he could see people from the
chance Holtzman had to get away If
In,tend from the outside.
on pass, he found himself on the If he would only try
mound at Wrigley Field. A sopho- I T o give the other gay
A chance in peace to live.
more southpaw from Missouri, ! Preach of a life to give
Holtzman picked right up where And not to take.
If he would hide the izt,ife
he had left off, he rang up his
And open his heart to life
Not only, "superiors" like him
sixth victory of the yeir without
Put also for little people like me.
He used abusive, hard talk—
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When Detroit traded Larry Sher-
ry, a relief pitcher, to the Houston
Astros, they reunited two former
high school teammates. Sherry and
Barry Latman, another relief
pitcher, had played together at
Fairfax High School in Los An-
geles. In those days, Sherry was an
infielder and Latman the star hur-
ler. They should have a lot to
2 Blocks West of Livernois
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If he would
By JESSE SILVER
(Copyright 1957. JTA Inc.)
Steve. Steve plays first base for
Falmouth in the Cape Cod college
baseball league. Steve, 6-3, 190
pounds, picked the occasion to
smash his first home run, a grand
slammer at that. Steve. who looks
just like his famous dad, will be
a sophomore at Yale this fall.
Steve's brother Glenn will he a
senior defensive tackle at the same
institution. "The oldest boy," said
Hank, "is a football player and
now he's asking me. 'What shall
I do if the pros draft me?' I tell
him I have enough money to get
started, so he won't have to
struggle to get ahead like we did
ONE DAY LAST WEEK. Lou
when were were kids. But still his
Baron was listening to the ball-
mind is on football."
Al Rosen and Cy Block, former game and set his alarm clock in
major leaguers, have written books. case he fell asleep on the couch.
Rosen's, "Baseball and Your Boy." . . He did, and didn't hear it
is a parents' guide to Little Lea- ring ... Donna, 12-year-old daugh-
gue baseball. while Block's "All I ter of Lou and Rita, went over to
Ever Wanted Was to Play Base- wake him, saying, "Daddy, it's
ball" deals with his basebaL career. 10 to 11" . . Lou mumbled hack,
In whose favor?"
FOUR TEAMS in the American
from a bloodthirsty
Into a peaceful dove,
If he would trade hate for lore.
His life of violence
Was met with violence.
No golden tombstone.
No feather pillow to rest his bones.
No penny fuhrer
Is called by humanity a martyr.
With venom on his tongue
And with poison in his heart
Ile struggled until
The age of forty-eight
Then he got killed,
killed by his own hate.
League, Detroit, Chicago, Minnesota
and Boston, are gathering ads and
going ahead with printing a world
series program book . Only one
will have any use for them
The others, although printed, will
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SPLASH PARTY by the Knights
of Pythias Detroit. at home of
Esther and Ben Bolton, even had
the weather in its favor . .. which
is usually not the case for a splash
party . . . But Esther and Ben's
swimming pool was much appre-
ciated by the guy 'n' gals who came
to swim . . . and the food was
enough to feed five parties!
NO. OUR SON SCOTT never did
get his dog Beau Beau hack
We hope he has a good family tak-
ing care of him and Scott wants to
thank everybody for being so kind
Its people like
and concerned .
you that make little boys like him
grow up to think about the welfare
of other people ... Thanks: folks!
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,Jj ONE THING ABOUT TV com-
mercials At least wet know
they won't be interrupted.
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COOL. WEATHER DIDN'T help,
but the diehards came out any‘say
for the annual picnic by Oak Park
Masonic Lodge . . . No swimming,
but the kids had a great time, with
Harvey Sosin running he 'games
and making sure all the young-
sters received toys . . . Perfection
Lodge's picnic recently at Thun-
derbird Camp was a crowded af-
fair. also, with the weather con-
ducive to swimming by the lads
'n' lassies . . . Much fun for all
were the keynotes at both the pic-
nics by Oak Park and Perfection
SUSAN GLICKSMAN, former
Detroiter, was the beautiful girl
who placed fourth in the recent
Miss Universe contest seen over
TV ... Susan was Miss Los Ange-
les, and is the daughter of ex-
localites Harold and - Eve Glicks-
man, now living in California. .
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HER PRACTICE OF STORING
all sorts of kitchen items, from
household cleansers to powdered
milk, in decorative canisters is
confusing to others than Ruth
Moss .. . She came home from a
weekend away with her two daugh-
ters to find husband Sol in the
middle of a crisis The washing
machine had gone on the blink
when he tried to wash his golf
shirts, and was giving out with a
gooey mess , . In bewilderment
Sol explained that he had followed
the instructions exactly - . , When
Ruth asked what soap powder he'd
used, he pointed to a flowered
canister — which contained instant
mashed potatoes !
The greatest recorded slimming
feat was that of Mrs. Celesta
Geyer, age 58, alias Dolly Dimple,
reported in April 1959. In 14 months
she reduced from 555 lbs. down to
120 lbs. Her vital statistics dimin-
ished from 84-84-79 to 34.28-36.