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December 10, 1982 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hartman Exhibit at Library

A three-week exhibit of
the drawings and
sculptures of artist Sarah
Hartman will open at the
Oak Park Library 7:30 p.m.
Sunday with a public recep-
tion for the artist. Admis-
sion is free.
Ms. Hartman earned a

Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Inducts 9, Four Americans

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
A total of nine former sports
greats, including four
Americans, were recently
elected to join the 57
athletes already inducted
into the International
Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
Heading the American
list is Abe Attell, former
world featherweight cham-
pion; Max Zaslofsky, All-
American basketball player
from St. John's University
who starred in the NBA
from 1947 until 1956; jockey
Walter Miller and
Frank
weightlifter

Bachelor of Fine Arts de-
gree at Wayne State Uni-
versity, and has exhibited
her work in Connecticut
and Washington.

Her sculpture "Holocaust
Triptych" will be featured
in the exhibit.

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Spellman, who won the gold
medal in the 1948 Olympics
in London.
The non-American selec-
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Lewis, the English boxing
champion in world welter-
weight division from 1915
until 1919; Mark Midler of
Russia, who won two gold
medals as a member of the
Soviet National Fencing
Team at the Rome and
Tokyo Olympics; world
driving champion Jody
Schekter of South Africa;
Richard Weisz of Hungary,

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