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December 22, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-22

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Noted Fame-Winning Athletes

18—Friday, December 22, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

jured he accounted for two pass
SILVER
interceptions as Miami stopped the
Angeles attorney David Gators, 20-13.
Dave Newmark's first inter-
Matlin was re-elected president of
Walt Disney's "The Jungle the Amateur Athletic Union for a collegiate basketball game in
Book" in Technicolor, inspired by second one-year term at the AAU's almost two years saw the seven-
Rudyard Kipling's classic Mowgli 80th annual convention in New Or- footer score 16 points and take
stories and the last of the animated leans. Ed Mosier of New York was down 17 rebounds as Columbia
beat Lehigh, 78-57. Newmark is
features to come from the late retained as treasurer.
still a bit rusty from his long
Mosier has also been named
master's hand—four years and $4-
000,000 in the making—opens to- chairman of an AAU national ad- lay-off. . • Guard Stu Kerzner
day at the Royal Oak, Terrace and visory council that will attempt to hit for 21 points for Providence,
but the Friars dropped the open-
stimulate year-round athletic com-
er 58-54 to Villanova.
petition at all levels. In addition
to those duties Mosier is a member
In another season's opener Bob
of the U.S. Olympic Committee Steinberg paced Connecticut with
and, like Matlin, a director of the 24 points as the Huskies beat state
IT S. Committee Snorts for Israel. rival Yale, 70-62. Steinberg aver-
Marls Spitz has been named aged only 5 points a game last
World Swimmer of 1967 by Swim- year. Ed Goldstone tallied 9 points
ming World Magazine, and was for the losers.

(Copyright 1967, PEA Inc.)

Kipling's 'Jungle Book'
Comes to the Screen

Los

one of 14 athletes nominated in
New Orleans for the James A.
Sullivan Award. The winner will
be announced in February.

Bob Stein's selection to the
Look All-America football team
was only the beginning. The big

Woods theaters. The wonderful and
special world of Walt Disney ani-
mation reaches a pinnacle with the
animated muiscial comedy, which
tells the story of a boy who wants
to live his life in the jungle among
the animals he knows and loves.
Shown are Balloo, the happy-go-
ucky bear, and Mowgli, the man-

cub.

Lido Spa Operation

Studied by Israelis

MIAMI BEACH — Samuel Edel-
stein, president of Lido Spa, an-
nounced that a delegation from Is-
rael will inspect the spa's facilities
with an eye to creating a new in-
i.ta for Israel.
Israel Development Com-
mission will build a similar opera-
tion at the site of ancient Roman
springs and baths in Israel. Lido
Spa was selected as representative
of American Spa operations.
Edelstein has freely offered the
advisory services of his entire pro-
fessional staff, including manager
Yoel Eisen, as consultants to the
committee.

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Minnesota defensive end was
riven first team All-America
honors by the Newspaper Enter-
prise Association and the Walter
Camp Fotball Foundation squad
which was selected by the Na-
tional Sportscasters and Sports-
writers Association.
Stein was also chosen second
team All-American by AP, UPI
and the American Football Coaches
Association, and was a consensus
All-Big Ten pick.
Harvard's offensive guard Al
Bersin also scored well with end-
of-season football honors. A second
stringer on the B team as a sopho-
more, Bersin closed his collegiate
career by being named to All-East
and Alt.Ivy teams, and was one of
13 college seniors named by the

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Harold Wiggle's 24-Karat Club
is presenting special holiday fare
with comedian Frankie Rapp and
vocalist Ramona Bittles.
Rapp will be making his third
appearance at the club this season
He and Miss Bitttes will join regu-
lars Harry Harris, the original
partner of Jimmy Durante, and the
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Bob
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Broadway musical comedy shows,
including "Camelot," "Milk and
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The club offers two floor shows
nightly and three shows on Friday
and Saturday. It is closed on Sun-
day.
"Fat Bob" Taylor, an Ann Arbor
plumber who became a nationally-
recognized singing star will make

On Monday nights, star is

National Football Foundation and
Hall of Fame as a scholar-athlete
for 1967.
The 13 received $500 grants for
further study and engraved silver
bowls .at the 10th annual Hall of his night club debut at the 24 Karat
Fame dinner in New York's Wal- Club on Tuesday night.
dorf-Astoria. Bersin hopes to pur-
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Appearing in the Moon's Lunar
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shortest boxing match on
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29, 1946, when Al Couture struck
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than half-way across the ring from
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Other all-star football honors week's engagement ending New
went to Bruce Weinstein, Al Cla- Years Eve.
man. Steve Tannen and Mike
Blatt. Weinstein of Yale was named
to the AP All-Ivy squad at offen- Delta Adds 360 Seats
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Delta's new Detroit-Florida 1967-68
A sophomore, Tannen had his "Capture The Sun" jet lift. Delta
best game against Miami U., his will offer nearly a 1000 daily jet
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televised contest. Before being in- than it offered this time last year.
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War n e r Brothers-Seven Arts'
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Adapted from the Broadway hit
by Frederick Knott, the drama re-
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containing smuggled dc$e—and a
blind girl (Audrey Hepburn), just
learning to navigate in her world
of darkness.
Today also marks the debut at
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"The Graduate" is a comedy-
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of a young man, fresh out of col-
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blocked with obstructions which
produce some hilarious yet sadly
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Completing the holiday menu is
"A Man For All Seasons," winner
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