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September 20, 1985 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-20

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40 Friday, September 20, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

bruce m. weiss

ART PIECES • CRYSTAL • CERAMICS

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Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

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PEGGIE MEAD KORONCY

demonstrates watercolor painting 1 1-4 on Wednesdays

Continued from preceding page

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cked Mr. Coates, who had
perpetrated it all. Then we
had to get Joseph out of
town."
Renew eventually sued
and collected, according to
Matlin. And "later on we
persuaded Joseph to pay
Coates' dental bills."
But such travails weren't
the norm. Matlin said his
only regret "is that I had to
pick up everything on my
own. Nobody ever gave me a
course of instruction. By the
time a course of instruction
was available ... I'd already
gotten into my own way of
doing it by trial and error."
Like other executives, the
Tiger front office member is
a frustrated ballplayer who
"tried to play and couldn't
play." But that didn't deter
Matlin, who began his long
association with the summer
game by managing clubs in
the playground leagues of
Los Angeles where he grew
up. (Matlin is a graduate of
the same Los Angeles high
school which produced Tiger
centerfielder Chet Lemon,
former Detroit Piston Curtis
Rowe, and a handful of other
professional sports stars.)
Matlin helped assemble an
American Legion team, the
Sunrise Post club, that won
the national championship in
1942.
"Gene Mauch (current
California Angels manager)
was our third baeman and
backup catcher," Matlin said.
"Iffy Jones, who played first
base with the Cardinals and
Milwaukee, was a shortstop
on that team. World . War II
messed up that club. Every-
body but one entered or-
ganized baseball, most of
them after their military
service. The one that didn't,
went to UCLA, was captain
or the baseball team and is
now an engineer."
While the war didn't
exactly "mess up" Matlin's
plans for a career in
baseball, it did sidetrack
them slightly. The Tigers'
assistant 'public relations di-
rector received an Associate
Degree in Arts from Los
Angeles City College and
worked as an office boy for
the Los Angeles Examiner
before serving four years in
the Pacific -with the Army's
33rd Infantry Division, even-
tually being promoted to
master .sergeant. "I returned
to the Examiner (after the
war) and' went to the Uni-

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