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GIL MAINS, former Detroit
Lions great, called the shot on the
Michigan-Ohio State game last
week. . . In fact, Gil was just
about the only one who said Michi-
gan would win A great un-
beaten Ohio State team was picked
by everybody, with the bookmakers
even giving Michigan a two-touch-
down spot ... But this didn't sway
Gil . . . Asked if his ESP (extra
sensory perception), was working
on the game, he just said, "Sure,
Michigan is going to win. . . . If
you're around Gil Mains' Truck
City on Wyoming and Michigan.
go in and find out for youself that
Gil didn't have time to watch the
game, but when it was over he
asked someone, "How much did
Michigan win by?" . . . Gil's
ESP and vivid perception of peo-
ple are uncanny.
25 YEARS AGO, Paul Skoropa
and Rachel Rappeport escaped
from Denmark where Hitler had
already taken over As young
people in their '205, they fell in
love while running away . . . To-
day, now living in Southfield, Paul
and Rachel recently celebrated
their 25th anniversary An
oldest son, Morris, just returned
after 13 months' active duty with
the Marines in Vietnam.
AS IS THE USUAL whim among
many little children, Anne Sue
Green, 6-year-old daughter of
Shirley and Lou Green, reported to
her mother that she was leaving
home. . . . Anne Sue had a few
bits of clothing in a paper bag and
was off to see the world.. . . Shir-
ley said she would pack her a
lunch and wished Anne Sue the
best of luck, saying that if she ever
wanted to come back home, her
daddy and mother would always
be waiting . . . It all seemed seri-
ous until little Anne Sue burst out
crying. "But Mommy, what'll I do
when it gets dark outside?"
WHILE IN CALIFORNIA, bonds-
man Ben "Ungie" Siegel was visit-
ing his friend Herman "Turk"
Prujansky and recalled how they
met 52 years ago ... "Ungie" had
jumped on a horse and wagon
when another young boy came run-
ning down Henry St.. to catch the
horse and wagon en route to Gar-
field School, . . . The late Norman
Kaufman wouldn't let young Her-
man get in, and little Ben remark-
ed, "Let him on—he's my new
neighbor.". . . This was back in
1917 and today, 1969, they are in-
Turk Prujansky went on to be-
come one of the greatest softball
pitchers of all times. . .. One tro-
phy in his Los Angeles home reads,
"City of Detroit Amateur Cham-
pion Softball Pitcher, 1927 - 1936. 237
wins, 0 losses." ... Another simply
states, "World's Amateur Softball
Champion 537 wins, 0 losses." •
In Turk's amazing baseball career.
he also threw the unbelievable
total of 64 no-hitters! . . . His
was Detroiter Robert
CHILDREN'S DEPT... . Saying
his prayers last week, little Craig
Feldman, 6-year-old son of Mollie
and Jay Feldman, ended with,
". . . and please make Arnie stop
throwing stones at me. By the way,
I've mentioned this before." . • -
Little Ronnie Meyers. son of ex•
Detroiters Max and Sylvia Meyers
went to school in Miami a couple
of weeks ago, carrying an excuse
to his teacher.... "Please excuse
Ronnie for being absent. He has a
new brother. It was not his fault."
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 28, 196939