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October 08, 1982 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Baseball Quiz

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2 HOURS MORE OF SUNSHINE DAILY

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By YITZHAK BEN-CHONE

SCHECHTER'S

KOSHER

Copyright 1982
Erwin Lynn Features

In 1980, Ross Baumgar:
ten hurled p one-hitter.
To -whom did he surren-
der this hit?
Rod Carew. On July 2,
1980, Carew led off the
seventh inning with a
single. Baumgarten walked
one and fanned five, as the
Chicago White Sox defeated
the California Angels, at
Comiskey Park, 1-0.
What pitcher yielded
Hank Greenberg's only

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1935 World Series Hit?
Charlie Root. On Oct. 3,
1935, in the first inning of
the second game, Green-
berg's homer scored Charlie
Gehringer and climaxed the
Tigers' four-run inning.
Greenberg was hit by a
pitch in the seventh inning.
He sustainted a broken
wrist and did not appear in
the remaining Series
games. The Tigers defeated
the Chicago Cubs, at Navin
Field, 8-3.
What pitcher surren-
dered Cal Abrams' only
grand slam home run?
Ruben Gomez. On Sept.
20, 1953, in the fourth in-
ning, Abrams' homer scored
Dick Smith, Nick Koback
and Bob Friend. Friend
yielded eight hits, as the
Pittsburgh Pirates defeated
the New York Giants, at the
Polo Grounds, 8-4.
In 1935, Buddy Myer
won the American
League batting cham-
pionship in the last game
of the season. In what
stadium was this game
played?
Shibe Park, Philadelphia.
On Sept. 29, 1935, the
Washington Senators' sec-
ond baseman, with four hits
in five at bats, won the title
with a .349 average. The
Philadelphia Athletics de-
feated the Senators, 11-8.

U.S. Is Home
for Rothschild

NEW YORK — Baron
Guy de Rothschild, having
left France for more
"capitalistic" surroundings,
has become a legal resident
of the United States and is
now living in New York, ac-
cording to the New York
Times.
The financier left France
last spring when the coun-
try's socialist president,
Francois Mitterrand,
nationalized the 175-year-
old Banque Rothschild and
much of the Rothschild fi-
nancial empire.
"A Jew under Petain,
an outcast under Mitter-
rand — for ,me it is
enough," he wrote in the
Paris newspaper Le
Monde. "I am forced into
retirement. I wish I could
go on strike."
Despite what appear to
have been anti-Jewish
bombings in Paris,
Rothschild told the Times
that he saw no resurgence of
anti-Semitism in France,
nor does he consider a re-
surgence likely.

There is no truer and
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market and thus supports
one's own life. Perfect free-
dom is reserved for the man
who lives by his own work
and in that work does what
he wants to do.
—R.G. Collingwood

Friday, October 8, 19132 11

Future Educators Receive
Summer Training in Israel

NEW YORK — Thirteen
Yeshiva University
graduate students studied
the educational system in
Israel this past summer as
part of a pioneering pro-
gram to train Jewish educa-
tional supervisors and ad-
ministrators for the Ameri-
can Jewish community.
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