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December 28, 1973 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-28

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ON GREENFIELD RD.

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Scotsman Eyeing Israel Soccer
Insists Games Must Go On

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1973, JTA, Inc.)

It's a great place
to meet
and eat.

"Our Beautiful Dining Room" open until
12:00 Midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
Daily 9:30 to 11:00 p.m.

26550 GREENFIELD at 11 Mile
Oak Park

Next to Towne Theater

Weber's has special plans
for New Year's Eve. I n
the Grand Ballroom our
celebration will include:

U.S. PRIME RIB OF BEEF BUFFET

to
ew ear
the
Weber's
ay!

Dancing to the music of

THE FENBY-CARR QUINTET

the singing school teachers

FEATURING

VOCALIST BELINDA BLANCHARD

favors and balloons

TO RING IN THE NEW YEAR
Champagne to toast
the NEW WAR

Buffet breakfast

(COCKTAILS A LA CARTE)

THE WEBER'S WAY TO
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550.00 per couple
by Reservation only
Con 769-2500

Or have your New Year's
Eve Dinner at Weber's fa-
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trip, (b) the Israeli national
team was serving on both
fronts, i(c) nobody would be
around to attend the games,
Heller insisted on the tour,
maintaining that Israeli gov-
ernment officials were behind
him and would pull the na-
tional team players off the
lines in order to play against
the Americans.
McGuire couldn't resist. "If
they need us so desperately,
we're going, Saul, provided
we can get in and out of
Israel. I'm sure our players
will go along despite the ele-
ment of danger involved,"
McGuire told B'odner. And so
it happened. The U.S. team
went to Haiti, played a few
games there, returned to the
United States and stayed at
the JFK Airport for six hours
where they were joined by
Bodner who carried the
tickets for the flight to Flor-
ence, Italy and Israel.
The U.S. Soccer Football
Association, their gallant
prexy Jimmy McGuire and
the U.S. Committee Sports
for Israel surely deserve a
hearty "Yeyasher Koah," for
bringing a few moments of
cheer to a downcast and sad-
dened people. It was a haz-
ardous trip, at best, but
proved to the Israelis that at
least the U.S. Soccer Football
Association was behind them
albeit most of the rest of the
world had let them down,

Jimmy McGuire, a round
ruddy-faced Scotsman, is a
successful New York realtor
who doubles as president of
the U.S. Soccer Football As-
sociation. He's the guy who
clears the entry of visiting
soccer teams to this country
and is responsible for the
U.S. All-Star team's trips
abroad.
Months before the Yom
Kippur War, McGuire prom-
ised Chaim Glovinsky that he
would accompany the U.S.
All-Star Eleven on a tour of
Israel. Glovinsky, head of the
basketball federation in Is-
rael used to be the soccer
head there and is an old
friend of Jimmy's. The final
arrangements for the tour
were completed last July by
Saul Bodner, soccer chairman
of the U.S. Committee Sports
for Israel, when he visited
the Holy Land for the Mec-
cabiah Games.
It was agreed that the U.S.
eleven would play one game
in Italy after which the club
would continue to Israel for
several matches. Before final
arrangements were com-
pleted war broke out and Mc-
Guire assumed the trip was
cancelled. While the battles,
north and south, were being
waged, Israel's soccer head,
Menachem Heller, was on the
phone, almost daily, with Mc-
Guire and Bodner, pleading
with them not to cancel out.
"We need the American 1 Million Fans Seek
team if only for morale build-
ing purposes," pleaded Hell- Tickets for Dylan
er. "You can't let us down."
When it was pointed out to
Heller (a) that the U.S. State
Department might not grant
our boys permission for the

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extend greetings for a

We invite you to enjoy our
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a casual but

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*moderately priced

Serving . . .
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Open Monday thru Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

WE WILL BE CLOSED AFTER 3 p.m. DEC. 31 . . AND ALL DAY JAN. 1

NEW YORK — Bob Dylan,
the elusive folk-music star of
the 1960s, is back on the con-
cert scene to the delight of
1,000,000 fans here who tried
to get tickets to his three con-
certs set at Madison Square
Garden.
Tickets for the concert
were available by check or
money order—only by mail—
but the demand was so great
that many had to be refused.
Only 60,000 of the 1,000,000 re-
quests could be filled.
Born Robert Allen Zimmer-
man in Minnesota, Dylan had
been out of the concert scene
for about eight years—partly
due to a near-fatal motorcy-
cle accident—until 1971.
Following the accident, Dy-
lan, who once had tried to
keep his Jewishness hidden,
took up Hebrew and has
since visited Israel.

If you are not at peace
with the world, your prayer
will not be heard.
—Nahman Bratzlaver.

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