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April 12, 1968 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48—Friday, April 12, 1968

By JESS SILVER

Martin Marcus' Yiddish for Yankees':
OK for Mimicry, Not for Accuracy

(Copyright 1968, JTA Inc.)

A Chicago advertising man, providing pleasurable acquaint-
Martin Marcus, has hit upon an ance with the Yiddish language.
interesting way of proving that It won't suit the Yiddish intellec-
Yiddish isn't dead. He has selected tual and the scholar who has
the most popular — in the sense mastered the language. But it will
of the most often — used Yid- create curiosity.
dish words and has produced a
For instance, a "Goniff" is "a
book he calls "Yiddish for Yank- crook by birth—The neighbor who
ees, or, Funny, You Don't Look steals your parking place." "Gaz-
Gentile."
lan (gabs lun)" is "your most
This little volume (published by foolish of all the fools." "Bullvant
J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia), (bull vahnt)" is explained as "a
is a sort of dictionary, containing man with the build of an ox."
many words and phrases, intended
There are such terms as "fi-
to teach Yiddish and to guide the zehnish `fih zay nish)" which is
reader along a path of entertain- defined as "a monster, an ugly
ment as well as teaching. It has individual" and many other simi-
many definitions that are aimed at lar terms are mistransliterated,
offered funny explanations, intro-
duced for entertainment more than
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for knowledge.
It can be said about this little
Leo Xitigilt,
book that it is "clever" and de-
. notes ingenuity. But cleverness and
PHOTOGRAPHY
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• Weddings
ingenuity is not scholarship or
• Portraits
• Movies
knowledge. If the Yiddish scholar
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will object to a section that car-
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to Vershtoonkene" will have good
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curate.



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Educators -View
Dropout Issue

As district superintendent of
schools in Harlem for many years
and as a former director of the
project School Dropout for the
National Education Association,
Daniel Schreiber is highly qualified
to edit the extensive study "Profile
of the School Dropout," published
by Random House.
As "a reader on America's major
educational problem," this collec-
tion of essays probes into a serious
issue and provides data on facing
and solving the problem.
The role of conseling is valuable
in the context of this series of re-
search essays.
Among the eminent participants
in this series are Dr. Bruno Bet-
telheim, Prof. Martin Deutsch, Dr.
Eli Ginzburg, Paul Goodman, Prof.
Edgar Z. Fiedenberg, Carl Byerly,
Herbert Bienstock, Mollie Orshan-
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Miami Beach's Neal Walk, 19,
was named to the Associated Press
second team All-America basket-
ball team, and the United Press
International's third team. Walk
became the first player to make
All-America at Florida in the
school's 55-year basketball history.
He was a unanimous All-South-
eastern Conference choice.
A 6-10, 225-pound junior center,
Walk led the nation in rebounding,
and established 12 new individual
season records at Florida as well
as two Southeastern Conference
marks. His Florida records in-
clude: most points, 663; highest
scoring average, 26.5; most re-
bounds, 494; best rebound average,
19.8 and most rebouds, 31. against
Alabama. Florida ended the sea-
son with a 15-10 mark, with good
wins over Kentucky, Tennessee
and Vanderbilt twice.
Following the Kentucky victory,
the Wildcats' coach Rupp said:
"We didn't have a man who could
handle him, not even two who
could handle him. I think Walk
could give Lew Alcindor a good
battle."
Vanderbilt's coach said: "He's
the best big man in the Southeast-
ern Conference."
"I've never seen a player im-
prove so much from one year to the
next," commented the Alabama
coach.
Walk attributes his improvement
to a summer at Kutcher's camp in
the Catskills. He worked as a coun-
selor, and played basketball
against top college players at every
opportunity. "It gave me confi-
dence," said Neal, "helped my
speed and I put on weight."
Invited to participate in the
Olympic trials, Walk, a business
major, reluctantly declined. "One
of the finest honors an athlete
can have is to represent his coun-
try in the Olympic Games," Walk
said. "I am extremely disappointed
that, after talking to my professors
and counselors, I must decline this
invitation. My schedule of courses
in business will be such that I
could not miss two weeks in the
spring and over a month in the fall
quarter and still make normal
progress toward a degree."
Dave Newmark of Columbia
also received end-of-season rec-
ognition. The Sporting News
named the seven-footer to its
All-America honorable mention
list. Newmark was one of the
main reasons Columbia gained
its first Ivy League title in 17
years.
Coach Roy Rubin's Long Island
U. squad closed the basketball sea-

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son with a 21 -1 record (20
straight), and were named the top
small college club in the country.
The Blackbirds - accepted a bid to
Madison Square Garden's National
Invitation Tournament.
Harry Litwack's Temple Owls,
18-9, also participated in the NIT.
Brandeis, under new coach K. C.
Jones, achieved its first winning
season in six years. The Judges
were 11-10.
Basketball lost two outstand-
ing coaches with the retirement
of Sam Cozen and Bill Spiegel.
Cozen recorded over 200 victories
in 15 years at Philadelphia's
Drexel Tech, and Spiegel, a New
York City high school coach for
41 years, had a record of 620-84,
a winning percentage of .881.
Among players chosen to weekly
Eastern College Athletic Confer-
ence all-star teams were Dave
Newmark, Columbia; Ernie Merz,
Adelphi; Bruce Brown, Rochester;

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Bob Nayer, Brandeis, and Mike
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Mike Simon of Tufts and Mel
Goldstein of Brooklyn College were
two small-college centers who did
a fine job this past season.
When UCLA's All-America Lew
Alcindor was in high school in
New York City, his coach Jack
Donahue refused to allow any col-
lege coaches near him. All but one
was barred from the dressing
room. Donahue revealed that he
didn't mind when Yeshiva's Red
Sarachek came around to say hello.

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