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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, July 29, 1977

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people as a whole.
At times it got embar-
rassing to listen to them
chant 'Aulcie. Aulcie,' and,
months of my life."
of course, the funniest tv ist
The speaker is Aulcie
of all is that when we re-
Perry, the Black basketball
turned from Belgrade to
star who led the Maccabi
Tel Aviv people actuai'y
Tel Aviv five to the Eu-
went around with sign.;
ropean Cup basketball
reading 'Aulcie Perry for
championship in Belgrade.
Prime Minister.'
Perry is back in the
"I intend to study Hebr-
United States, but still bask-
ing in the glory of the win
ew upon my return to Is-
which shook up basketball.
rael, Ind while I will not be
going to an ulpan, I shall
Israel defeated Czechoslova-
have private tutoring, and I
kia, the Soviet Union and
am hopeful of mastering
the Italian team to win the
the language. I feel I have
coveted International Bas-
a lot to offer in basketball
ketball Association Cup
to the Maccabi Tel Aviv
which designates the win-
club, but want to get
ner as hoop kings of Eu-
around more, and if at all
rope.
Perry is back in his home
possible, try to become
town of Newark, N.J., and
fluent in the language so
has 'seen the recipient of
that I can converse with
several offers from .Nation-
the people around the coun-
al Basketball Association
try in their native tongue.
clubs who want to take him
Basketball is improving
to training camp. However,
and growing by leaps and
bounds in Israel, although
Perry explained, "I have
soccer, I would say, is still
kicked around training
the number one spectator
camps the past couple of
years, and, quite frankly, I
sport.
have gotten a belly full.
"I have been asked sever-
Somehow the coaches and
al times whether I intend to
their assistants always
convert to Judaism. I can
seem to feel I am too thin
understand the reason for
this type of question since
and can't take a pounding
my teammate Jim
under the boards."
Boatwright, a former Mor-
Perry is 6-foot-10 and
mon. has converted to the
scales just slightly over 200
Jewish faith. Many people
pounds. It is interesting to
feel that Jim converted so
note, however, that in the
game against Italy, he out-
that he could play regularly
rebounded an Italian giant
as a Jew in the National
who outweighed him by
League competition, and,
about 50 pounds, coming up
therefore, the opinion pre-
with 23 rebounds, which in
vails in some quarters that
the final analysis gave Is-
rael_ the win.
Diggings Reveal
Perry said, "I guess I
could go to the New York
Galilee History
Knicks training camp, and
I know Detroit is interested
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Two
in me and so is the New Or-
villas in Miron, which were
leans Jazz. However, I was
unearthed over last week-
treated so well by the Mac-
end by an archaeological ex-
cabi Tel Aviv people that at
pedition from Duke Univer-
sity, may shed light on the
this point I can think only
way of life of Jews of Gali-
of returning to Israel.
lee under the burden of
"I know it sounds 'put on'
heavy taxation imposed by
when I say I love Israel
Roman rulers.
very much. The people are
In the basement of the
just beautiful, they treated
residences, which were con-
me royally and I felt free
nected by a veranda, were
for the first time in my life.
some 29 amphora filled
The fact that I am Black
with preserved and apparan-
made no difference to my
tely kosher nuts and grains
teammates and to the
and some 500 coins of the
Fourth Century.
It is believed that the tax-
ation policies of the gover-
nors of Constantine II
prompted the population to
leave.

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Hebrew, York U.
Sign Agreement

TORONTO (JTA)—Presi-
dent H. Ian Macdonald and
Dean Sydney Eisen of York
University in Toronto, re-
turned recently from Israel
where they signed a formal
agreement with the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
The agreement provides
for continuation of the year
abroad program, funded
programs for Jewish stud-
ies, and exchange of stu-
dents and faculty between
the two universities.
The signing of the agree-
ment took place last month
in the office of President
Avraham Harman of the
Hebrew University.

I may do likewise.
"Those scoffers who are
of this opinion are wrong in
both points. Number one,
Jim is sincere in his con-
version to Judaism, and I
imagine will practice it
faithfully. Number two, I
find it is not necessary for
me to change my faith. I be-
lieve•we are all children of
the Almighty, and if we live
straightforward lives w(
shoald have no problems be
tweer us.
"I want to get into
Judaism more and study as
much as I can about the cul-
ture and history and also
have the opportunity to
learn about the religion it-
self, but at no time have I
given any thought to con-
verting, and certainly not
for the intention of becom-
ing eligible to play in the Is-
raeli National League."
It hasn't been announced
as yet, but this writer has
learned from a reliable
source that Perry has been
signed for two more years
by Maccabi Tel Aviv.

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