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February 23, 1968 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-23

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At Grenoble . . . and the Olympics

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—Friday, FeLruary 13; 1968

By JESSE SILVER

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Nat Holman, former basketball
coach of the City College of New
York, has been voted into the
college's athletic Hall of Fame.
Holman who retired in 1960, be-
came the first non - alumnus
selected for the honor. He guided

Dr. Alain Calmat had the great
honor of lighting the Olympic
flame at the 10th Winter Olympic
Games in Grenoble, France. Cal-
mat, a physician in the French
army, is a former figure skater his teams to a 422-188 record.
Other Jewish athletes voted into
who captured a silver medal at the
1964 Olympic Games in Innsbruck, the CCNY Hall of Fame were the
present New York Knick coach,
Austria.
Spindell and
He carried the torch up 96 steps Red Holzman, Lou
the late Ira Streusand, basketball;
as 60.000 people. including French Alex Axelrod, Olympic medal win.
President de Gaulle and Avery
fencing and Halsey Joseph-
Brundage, chairman of the Inter- ner in
son and Iry Spanier in baseball.
national Olympic Games Commit-
• • •
tee, looked on. Calmat, who comes
from a Yiddish-speaking family, Jewish Basketballers
was awarded the Legion of Honor
in 1966. He also served as physi- Are Good, Not Great
cian to the French Olympic Alpine
Larry Brown of the New Orleans
Buccaneers was named the Most
ski team.
Valuable Player at the first Ameri-
• • •
If Lebanon can send a ski team can Basketball Association East-
to the Winter Olympics, can Israel West All-Star game. Brown, at
be far behind? The Israelis now 5-10, the smallest man on the
occupy part of Mount Hermon, the court, was chosen to play in the
same mountain the Lebanese use contest only because another
for
skiing.
The
11th in Winter
Olym- player couldn't make it. Despite
pies
will be
held
Sapporo,
Brown's 17 points and five assists
the West team lost to the East
Japan, in 1972.
Two other ice skaters, these play squad 126-120.
with sticks, are Larry Zeidel and Brown, who leads the ABA in
Jeff Cohen. Zeidel is a defenseman assists, is helping keep the Buc-
for the Philadelphia Flyers of the caneers atop the Western division.
National Hockey League, and Co- A good but not great player at
hen guards the net for the Boston North Carolina, Brown won a gold
College ice hockey team. medal at the 1961 Maccabiah
ckHeLy ' Games and another gold medal at
Zeidel HlaesthapslapylaeydedinictehehoN
the 1964 • Olympic Games. He
in
for 16 years, mostly in the minors. played AAU basketball for two
gort s e a t " seasons and was named an A R-
c touarcnhe dc a allsei d d e him
shots in America in 1965. He served as an
aftheern'hse

the Eagles 5-2 win over Clarkson. assistant
coach at North Carolina
a
• • •
I for two seasons before joining New
Final results of the 1967 track Orleans.
and field season show that six
Herb Brown, Larry's older
Jewish athletes placed in the "top brother, is the head basketball and
50" list of the British National , baseball coach at Stony Brook Col-
Union of Track Statisticians. lege in New York. . . . Art Hey-
Danny Herman. 9.9, 100 yards; man seems to have found a home
Ray Roseman, 3:44.5 and 4:02.3, in Pittsburgh. After he was traded
1,500-meters and mile; Mike Selby, to the Pipers of the ABA, the team
6' 31/4", high jump: Len Walters, won 15 straight games.. . Larry
48.2 and 1:49.7. 440 and 880; Ian Brown may lead the ABA in
Morgan. 48.8 and 53.1, 440 and 440 assists, but Steve Chubin of the
hurdles and Lawrence Abrahams, Anaheim Amigos holds the single
12' 6", pole vault. game mark. He picked up 22
The United States "top 50" in- assists and 24 points as the Amigos
elude Steve Ma r c u s, 59' 9 1 :2' • dropped one to Dallas, 130-123.
shot; Marty Eisner. 56' 8" and Chubin, the former Rhode Island
176' 5", shot and discus; Bill Bel - star, h
has been averaging about 17
fer, 177' 0", discus: Milt Sonsky. points a game.
250' 8", javelin and Sam Gold-
• *
berg. 7276 points decathlon.
Although the NYU alumni lost
United States rankings by the
Track and Field News lists Sonsky the annual game with the varsity,
sixth in the javelin, Goldberg Adolph Schayes showed he could
seventh in the decathlon and Mar- still put the ball in the basket.
cus eighth in the shot. Marcus of The former pro great, and present
UCLA recently had an indoor toss supervisor - of NBA officials, was
of 61' 8" at the Seattle Invitation. the game's high scorer with 21
That placed him second behind points. The varsity won 92-71.
Schayes wasn't the only former
Gary Gubner on the Jewish list.
Other indoor marks are a 6.2 sec- All-American in the lineup for the
and 60-yard dash by Rich Robin- alumni. Sid Tanenbaum and Don
Ison of Yale. a 1:56.8 half-mile by Forman. who both played with
I Dan Rosen of NYU and a 2:11.8 Schayes. w:..re present as well as
half - mile by Canada's Abby Hoff- Milt Schulman. Others who cons-
man. peted were Abe Becker, Dr. Len
• •
Maidman, Mel Seeman and last
Gene Comroe of the Los Angeles season's ace Bruce Kaplan. For-
Striders placed fifth at the West- man is an attorney in Dallas, Tex.,
ern Hemisphere Marathon in while Kaplan is attending NYU
Culver City. Calif. He clocked . medical school.
2:26.0. Melvyn Watman has been
Jerry Fleishman, also an NYU
named editor of "Athletics Week-
R a fp h Kaplowitz,
ly•" Britain's leading track and i another ex-Violet, Cy Kaselman
field magazine.
and Petey Rosenberg took part in
Irena Kiszenstein, women's 100 an Oldtimers game in Philadel-
and 200 - meter world record holder phia. All four were members of
was married recently in Warsaw. the. 1946 - 47 champion Warriors. The
Her husband is Janusz Szewinski; contest was played prior to a 76ers
an engineer and amateur sports game in the Spectrum.
photographer.
Dr. Alan Fox has been returned
Bruce Selman of NYU was to the top 10 national tennis rank-
named to the Metropolitan AAU ings for 1967. He was the only
long-distance team in the 20-kilo- Jewish player to make it in either
meter run.
men's or women's singles. Fox's
Richard Sofman, a wrestler No. 4 ranking in 1962 is his best
from West O r a n g e, has been showing to date. He recently re -
named New Jersey's outstanding ceived his PhD in psychology.
amateur athlete by the Boys' Club The best of the women were Mar-
of Newark. Sofman won a gold ilyn Aschner and Pam Richmond,
medal in the flyweight class at both gained Class A ranking.
the Pan-American Games.
• • •
Pennsylvania University's new Agency Loans $4.6 Million
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—A total
$2,900,000 gymnasium is named
for the late Bernard F. Gimble. He of $4,615,445 has been loaned to
was chairman of the board of more than 25,000 San Francisco
Gimble Brothers, Inc. Gimble, an and Bay area Jewish families by
alumnus of Penn's Class of 1907, the Hebrew Free Loan Association
played football and boxed for the since it was founded 70 years ago,
school. He contrbiuted $500,000 to according to a report by Daniel T.
Goldberg, president.
the biulding of the gym.

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