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September 02, 1983 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-02

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Joseph Zoldan Will Direct National Jewish War Vets
WASHINGTON
— Ohio, was unanimously

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ea rl
Williams, the American
born black basketball sta r
of the Maccabi Tel Avi v
team whose conversion la st
year to Judaism triggere d
considerable controvers y,
announced that he ha
signed a new contract t 0
play for a team based i n
Bologna, Italy.
A former player with th e
Detroit Pistons and Bosto n
Celtics of the National Bas
ketball Association
Williams' tough and ofte n
aggressive play surprise
many basketball officials i n
Israel. Williams is remem
bered for striking an oppos
ing player in an interna
tional game in Greece tw 0
years ago, touching offa rio t
that involved the entire
Maccabi squad.
Williams announced his
conversion to Judaism last
summer and it startled
some Israeli National Bas-
ketball League coaches
"This can't be the Earl
Williams I used to know
when I was affiliated with
the Detroit Pistons during
Williams' stay there," said
one former assistant coach.
"It just doesn't sit right with
me."
The issue of conversion
for basketball players
arises from a rule which
allows each team to bring
in one non-Israeli player
of Jewish birth and one
of non-Jewish birth.
When a non-Israeli
player of non-Jewish
birth becomes a convert,
his action makes room
for acceptance by an
NBL team of another
non-Israeli player.
But the conversion rule,
because of the view that
some conversions are done
for the sake of the basket-
ball teams and not because

of a sincere interest in
Judaism, has been amended
beginning this year. The
new ruling allows for each
team to acquire two foreign
players, regardless of reli-
gion or race.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 2, 1983 31

The Jewish last names, of Charna, Slavic for "dark".
Chernoff and Chernoffsky,
—"A Dictionary of
mean descendant of
Jewish Names
Cherna, which is a variant
and Their History"

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