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December 29, 1978 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-29

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26 Friday,leteMbet 29,31818

, • THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS •

(The Best of Everything

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• SOMETHING DIFFERENT \
Frdm Chef Milos' kitchen
comes a different entree
daily; details from your server
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BREAKFAST SPECIAL
ALL THE PANCAKES YOU CAN
EAT PLUS 2 EG GS, Any Style
_
$ 1 95

,

from the right side . . . not
reaching across tables
(booths excepted) . . . bring-
ing coffee in fresh cups .. .
more cooks learning how to
make eggs . . . some deli

By HASKELL COHEN

Inc.)
The Israeli Sports Feder-
ation, in its quest to accom-
modate all segments of the
country, sometimes permits
itself to be suckered. The
boxing team does not get
very many opportunities to
travel abroad for the simple
reason that, basically, it's
unfit for international
competition at this stage.
Perhaps in a few years
with the continuous immi-
gration of Russian-trained
fighters, Israel may develop
a competitive boxing squad.
Recently, however, the
Israeli boxing team "in-
vaded" these shores to fight
against a "selected" group of
American boxers. There
was a tacit understanding
in the promotion of this in-
ternational fight scheduled
between the U.S. and Israeli
teams that the U.S. would
put up second and third
string caliber opponents.
Despite this understanding,
and before a black tie crowd
in a prominent New York
hotel, the supposedly poorer
American sluggers man-
aged to win six of the eight
bouts.
If somebody had to be the
sacrificial lamb for the $100
a plate dinner, why did it
have to be Israel? This par-
ticular time is not propiti-
ous for offering the Israelis
as fodder for competent
pugilists. After all, the
sponsors were advised by
the American boxing solons
that the weakest available

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countermen wearing clean
aprons . . . all help wearing

deodorant . . . a law against
touching money and serv-
ing food.
IF GOING OUT this
New Year's Eve, be sure to
call ahead and confirm your
reservation . . . If it's a nit-
ery open house, call ahead
anyway to make sure it isn't
overloaded . . . Try not to
jump around to too many
places . . . makes little dif-
ference whether you've
been drinking too much or
not . . . others on the road
have!
Enjoy A Very Happy
and Healthy New Year.

Israeli. Boxing Team Makes
Poor Showing at U.S. Event

FRIAR TUCK'S INN
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i

(Continued from Page 25)
what's being installed at the
new Diamond Party Shop
owned by Bob Kale on 12,
Mile east of Northwestern
. . . It's quite a place . . . with
everything from cold cuts,
cheeses, snacks, etc. to one
of Michigan's top wine
selections.
AMONG THE THINGS
we'd like to see in 1979 .. .
Waiters -and waitresses

One-fifth of all newborns stay in the hospital after de-
suffer from some sickness or livery, says the March of
abnormality during their Dimes.

competitors would be of-
fered against the invaders.
This tip-off should have
indicated to the well-
meaning sponsors that the
boys from Tel Aviv would be
clobbered.
In addition to permit-
ting this motley array of
talent to visit American
shores, the Boxing Fed-
eration itself agreed to let
the fighters perform for a
youth group in Harlem
known as the Gauchos.
There is nothing wrong
with the Gauchos and
nothing wrong with the
fact that the Bronfman
family is interested in
aiding and abetting this
Harlem group of
youngsters. The mistake
made was that the Israel
group was allowed to
perform in the States for
an organization which
has no bearing on Israel.

In the past when an Is-
raeli sports contingency vis-
ited our shores it was for the
purpose of raising money
which would go back to Is-
rael. Whenever money was
made from these appear-
ances, sponsored by the
United States Committee
Sports for Israel, it was dis-
patched back to Israel for
the betterment of sport. In
the event there was no pro-
fit, at least a team gained
savvy and was hosted by the
Jewish community.
I feel that Israel can ill
afford to send sports groups
here to benefit foreign
causes. Regardless of who
foots the bills, the fact re-
mains that any team com-
ing out of Israel should per-
form for the benefit of the
country's sports program.
To permit the boxing
team to come here, under
these circumstances was a
shame. The boys tried hard
but they were simply out-
classed. So much so that
chief referee Rollie
Schwartz, a veteran AAU
arbiter, was aghast at the
dismal showing of the vis-
itors. Perhaps the only good
resulting from the boxing
tournament is the fact that
Schwartz volunteered to go
to Israel, at his expense, to
work with boxers at the
Wingate School of Physical
Education in order to im-
prove their technique

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