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January 15, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 15, 1982 25 s

Statistics of International Terror

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— Reports on international
terrorism, released by the
U.S. State Department, in-

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clude the following statis-
tics:
From 1968 through 1980,
there were 6,700 interna-
tional terrorist incidents, in
which 3 ;700 people were kil-
led and about 7,500
wounded. During 1980
alone, there were 760 such
incidents, killing 642 and
wounding 1,078.
Pf the 760 terrorist acts
committed in 1980, 278 'or
38 percent, were directed
against Americans or
American property. In addi-
tion, it was noted that dur-
ing the first 11 months of
1981 the total of all terrorist
acts, in the United States as
well as throughout the rest
of the world, was 2,425.

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Commenting on the
statistics, Dan Pattir, an
Israeli journalist cur-
rently engaged in a spe-
cial research project on
the peace process be-
tween Egypt and Israel,
declared that terrorist at-
tacks in Israel during the
past year had the specific
purpose of jeopardizing
the peace process.
He also said that the
cease-fire between Israel
and Lebanon "will not hold
because the PLO has re-
ceived so many shipments of
weapons from other Arab
countries." Most of the
weapons, he said, came orig-
inally from the Soviet
Union.

What pitcher yielded
Norm Miller's first career
hit?
Claude Osteen. On Sept.
11, 1965, in his major

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league debut, Miller hit a
pinch-hit single. Osteen and
thelos Angeles Dodgers de-
feated the Houston Astros,
at Dodger Stadium, 8-3.
Sid Cohen, in winning
his first major league
game, surrendered Babe
Ruth's 708th and last
American League home
run. In what stadium did
this take place?
Griffith Stadium, Wash-
ington, D.C. On Sept. 29,
1934, in the seventh inning,
Ruth hit a three-run homer.
Cohen, who had a 3-7 career
record, allowed 11 hits as
the Washington Senators
defeated the New York
Yankees, 8-5. John Broaca
was the losing pitcher.
In 1938; Hank Green-.
berg hit four consecutive
home runs in two games.
What pitcher yielded the
fourth homer?
Pete Appleton. On July
26, 1938, Greenberg hit solo
homers in the sixth and
eighth innings. His second
home run, off Chief Hogsett,
gave the win to relief
pitcher Harry Eisenstat.
The Tigers defeated the
Washington Senators, 6-5.
On July 27, Greenberg hit
a _three-run homer in the
first inning off Monte
Weaver. He then hit a two-
run homer in the second in-
ning off Appleton. The Ti-
gers defeated the Senators
9-4. Roxie Lawson was the
winning pitcher.
Barney Pelty, who
pitched mostly for sec-
ond division teams, won
91 games, 1903-1912. Who
caught his first victory?
Joe Sugden. On Aug. 22,
1903, Pelty allowed eight
hits as the St. Louis Browns
defeated the Boston Some-
rsets, at Sportsman's Park,
2-1. Bill Dinneen was the
losing pitcher.

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feat in the war of 1948. The
other, was that "the Arab
League, under Egyptian
leadership, decided to call
upon its members to attack
the Jews," according to-Sir
John Bagot Glubb, Com-
mander of Jordan's Arab
Legion during the war.

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