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November 27, 1981 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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Friday, November 21, 1981 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

If we may believe our
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Jewish Baseball Quiz

By YITZHAK BEN-CRONE

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Copyright 1981
Erwin Lynn Features

Q: In 1945, on the fast
day of the season, Hank
Greenberg's grand slam
enabled the Tigers to
clinch the American
League pennant. What
pitcher yielded this
homer?
A: Nelson Potter. On

Sept. 30, 1945, in the ninth
inning, Greenberg's home
run scored Red Borom,
Skeeter Webb and Doc
Cramer. The Tigers came
from behind to defeat the St.
Louis Browns, at
Sportsman's Park, in the
first game of a doub-
leheader, 6-3. The second
game was rained out.

Q. Who caught Ken
Holtzman's 1969 no-
hitter?

A: Bill Heath and Gene
Oliver. On Aug. 19, 1969, in
the first inning, Ron Santo
hit a three-run home run.
Holtzman and the Chicago
Cubs defeated the Atlanta
Braves, at Wrigley Field,
3-0.

Q: In 1949, Sid Gordon
hit two home runs in one
inning to tie a major
league record. What
pitchers surrendered
these homers?

A: Ken Raffensberger and
Johnny Vander Meer. On
July 31, 1949, in the second
inning of the second game of
a double header, the Giants
scored nine runs high-
lighted by Gordon's homers.
His second home run with
two men on, was is 23rd of
the season. Adrian Zabala
yielded 5 hits as the New
York Giants defeated the
Cincinnati Reds, at Crosley
Field, 9-0.

Q: Don Taussig, in his
brief major league
career, had 69 hits, in-
cluding four home runs,
and a .262 batting aver-
age. In what stadium did
Taussig hit his first home
run?

A: Seals Stadium, San
Francisco. On June 6, 1958,
Taussig, the Giants' right
fielder, led off the third in-
ning with a homer off Cin-
cinnati Reds' pitcher Har-
vey Haddix. The Reds de-
feated the Giants, 5-4.

Q: In what stadium did
Steve Stone, the 1980
American League Cy
Young Award winner,
pitch his first career
shutout?

A: Three Rivers Stadium,
Pittsburgh. On April 23,
1971, Stone yielded five hits
in winning his first major
league game. The San
Francisco Giants defeated
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 2-0.
Luke Walker was the losing
pitcher.

Q: In Sandy Koufax'
first no-hitter he had 13
strikeouts. Who was the
only player, credited
with an at bat, whom he
did not strikeout?

A: Frank Thomas. Ott
June 30, 1962, Thomas, the
New York Mets' first base-
man, had no hits in two at
bats with a walk. The Los
Angeles Dodgers defeated
the New York Mets, at
Dodger Stadium, 5-0.

Q: Benny Kauff had 234

Life without industry is
guilt, and industry without

stolen bases, including
leading totals in 1914 and
1915 while playing in the
Federal League. Who was
the pitcher when Kauff
had his only stolen base
in a World Series game?

A: Ed Cicotte. On Oct. 13,
1917, in the sixth inning,
with Ray Schalk catching,
Kauff, the Giants' center
fielder, hit a two-out single
and then stole second base.
The Chicago White Sox de-
feated the New York
Giants, in the fifth game of
the World Series, 8-5. With
Cicotte pitching, Kauff was
caught stealing in the first
game of the Series.

Q: In 1969, Mike Eps-
tein hit three home runs
in one game. In what
stadium did he achieve
this feat?

A: Comiskey Park,
Chicago. On May 16, 1969,
Epstein, the Washington
Senators' first baseman, hit
home runs in the first and
sixth innings off Sammy El-
lis. In the seventh inning he
hit his eighth home run of
the season off Wilbur Wood.
The White Sox defeated the
Senators, 7-6. Epstein hit 30
home runs during this sea-
son.

Q: Hall of Famer Hank
Greenberg had one hit in
All Star Game competi-
tion. What pitcher
yielded this hit?
-

A: Bill Lee of the Chicago
Cubs. On July 11, 1939, in
the fourth inning, the Tiger
first baseman singled and
scored as the American
League defeated the Na-
tional League, at Yankee
Stadium, 3-1.

NCYI Officials
Oppose Change
at U.S. Customs

NEW YORK — Harold
M. Jacobs, president of the
National Council of Young
Israel, and Martin Lasher,
chairman of the National
Council of Young Israel
Public Affairs Committee,
have called for a Congres-
sional investigation of an
Oct. 27 U.S. customs Serv-
ice ruling changing the
identification of goods made
in Judea and Samaria from
"made in Israel" to "made in
Israeli-occupied West
Bank."
They described the desig-
nation change as, "symbolic
of a clear shift of American
foreign policy away from its
traditional support of Israel
and the Camp David peace
process."

Pottery Show
in Royal Oak

The sixth annual potters'
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Functional pots such as
pitchers, bowls, mugs, and
platters, as well as, scul-
putred and whimsical
pieces will be for sale by the
advanced students enrolled
in the college's ceramic
technology program.
The show opens at noon
Dec. 4 and at 10 a.m. Dec. 5
and 6. Admission is free.

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