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March 22, 1985 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-22

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AMY HANNEY

MILLE CHAD

ROZ ROGERS

RUTH KATZ

BARBARA RUSKIN

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going on. I am getting older, I
guess, and I have lost inter-
est."
He has been teaching full-
time for about 10 years and "I
feel comfortable now. The uni-
versity has always been a sac-
red place for me. Everyone has
to have an experience of sac-
redness. Since I don't have
religious involvement, I get it
from the arts or ideas."
Wineman may have a dual
identity but it is clear he has a
sense of oneness about him-
self.

1974 before settling down with
Channel 56 and WQRS.
He had no formal musical
training but he seemed to have
an innate ability to under-
stand the music he played.
"You don't have to be a critic
to be a disc jockey," he said.
"Maybe it's better you're not.
Sound means more than any-
thing else to me and it was
easy to involve myself. I un-
derstood where the music
came from.
"Hard rock? The last four or
five years I don't know what's

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