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February 16, 1968 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-16

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Robert E. Rosenberg has been
elected president of the United
States Committee Sports for Israel,
the group that sponsors U.S. par-
ticipation in the World Maccabia
Games. Rosenberg, from Man-
h a s s e t, N.Y., succeeds Haskell
Cohen who has served a double
two-year term.
Rosenberg, an executive v ice
president of the Franklin National
Bank, graduated from Columbia
University in 1927. He ran on the
track and cross country teams, and
in 1927 managed the IC4-A indoor
track and field championships. He
has served as an AAU track of-
ficial, and in 1964 received the
Columbia Alumni M e d a 1. The
medal is awarded for "conspicuous
Columbia alumni service."
Ed Rubinoff of Miami reveals
that he has two tennis ambitions
left. Now 32 years old, Rubinoff is
a full time attorney and a part time
tennis player. He wants to win the
City of Miami Invitation tourna-

Coming
Wednesday
Feb. 21st

Truman Capote's

IN GOLD BLOOD

Positively no one under 16 admitted un

STUDIO

THE 'DETROIT 1!WISH' NEWS
40—Friday, February 16, 1968
(Copyright 1968, JTA Ise.)
Two out of three babies are born
without skilled help. UNICEF
ment for a third time, and repre- ' squad that Fielding Yost called trains nurses and midwives.
sent the United States at the Mac-1 his best team. Baer was named to
cabia Games in Israel.
the 1927 All-America second team,
"MIKE NICHOLS...
Both goals will have to wait until and competed in the 1928 East-
'BEST DIRECTOR' OF
next year. Rubinoff was eliminated West game.
THE YEAR!"
in the third round of the Miami
Baer became a coach in his
Invitation this year, and the Mac- home town of Louisville, Ky., after
• N.Y. Film Critics Award
cabiah Games won't be held until he graduated from Michigan. He
"OUTSTANDING
next year.
was named head co a c h at St.
"I was chosen for the 1965 Mac- Xavier, a Catholic high school, in
AMONG THE NEW
cabia Games," said R ubinof f, 1946 but resigned in 1951 when
FILMS!"
"but a week before it was time to multiple sclerosis forced him to
— Dick Osgood, WXYZ
leave, I got sick and couldn't go." take to a wheelchair. In 1966 he
Center Howie Small of Rhode' was selected to the Kentucky Ath-
"THE
FRESHEST,
Island was the No. 12 pick of the letic Hall of Fame.
FUNNIEST, AND
Hall of Famer Benny Friedman
Minnesota Vikings in the recent
pro football draft. Small, 6-3, 240, who played with him at Michigan
MOST TOUCHING
from Brooklyn, was named to the in 1925, said of Baer: "Ray was
FILM OF THE YEAR!"
All-Yankee Conference first team. the best college lineman I ever saw
— Saturday Review
Fullback B r en t Kaufman, like . . . Ray was the fastest man on
Small from Brooklyn and Rhode the squad, he was smart, he was
JOSEPH
E LEVINE
Island, was also named to the first quick, he was very aggressive and
MIKE NICHOLS
team. A junior, Kaufman gained . he had great desire. He was won-
LAWRENCE TURMAN
590 yards and tied for second in derful on both offense and defense."
scoring with 48 points. The selec-
tions were made by a vote of the Shelve Plan to Name
coaches of the six new England
Veterans Hospital After
universities.
Rabbi Sheldon C. Freedman of Rep. John Rankin
Cong. Bnai Torah, Torresdale,
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
Pa., was one of the people
behind the drive to raise money House Rules Committee deferred
for the Philadelphia Eagles' owner indefinitely a bill to name a Vet-
FINAL
Jerry Wolman. "He never forgot erans Administration hospital at
anybody on the way up," said the Jackson, Miss., in honor of the
late
Rep.
John
Rankin,
Mississippi
rabbi of Wolman. "Now the people
Democrat, a no-
want to do something in return.
torious anti-Sem-
We can't let this person go under."
ite.
Wolman, however, called the
Rep. Rankin
whole project off and had all the
served in the
money — over $1,000,000,000 — re-
House
from 1921
turned. .He said he couldn't take
to 1953. In those
the money from "hard working
TECHNICOLOR' PANAVISION'
years
he
sought
guys."
os tlaaaSar areilaKS ..“4.SC
to justify Nazi
Football players Alan Pepper,
Music by
genocide and
guard, Missouri; Bruce Weinstein,
made the most
SIMON—GARFUNKEL
end, Yale, and Al Bersin, guard,
vitriolic attacks
Harvard were all given honorable
on Jews ever
mention All-America for their ef-
Rep.
Rankin
heard in Con-
forts in 1967 .. . Bernie Yaffa, an gress. He was also
an outspoken
Wood•anl at 9 MIA • LI 3-5800
assistant football coach at his alma opponent of equal
rights for
mater, Miami of Fla., may take Negroes.
a similar post at Tampa U.
The bill to establish a "John
Ray Baer, 62, one of the great Rankin
Hospital" as a veterans
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linemen of the 1920s, died in Janu- facility
was
after protests
ary. He played guard on the 1925 were made to shelved
the
rules
committee
Big Ten championship Michigan that this would be offensive to
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veterans of Jewish and Negro
o
backgrounds.

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