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December 12, 1986 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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Jewish Sports
Hall Of Fame
Inducts Six

New York (JTA) — Six
Jewish Athletes and athletic
officials will be inducted into
the International Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame in
Netanya, Israel early next
year, it was announced by
Joseph Siegman of Los
Angeles, chairman, last week.
They are:
The late Senda Berenson,
the first director of physical
education (1892-1911) at
Smith College, Northampton,
Mass., and chairperson of the
U.S Women's Basketball

Induction
ceremonies will
be held in Israel
next year.

Committee from 1905-1917.
She was one of the first three
women inducted into the
Basketball Hall of Fame,
Springfield, Mass.
Alain Calmat, the French
Minister of Youth and Sports.
He was a world champion
figure skater from 1963-65
and the European champion
from 1962-64. He placed
second in the 1964 Olympics.
He is a practicing surgeon
and the only Jewish athlete
ever to light the Olympic
torch, opening the 1968
Winter Olympics in Grenoble,
France.
Sir Arthur Abraham Gold,
a British high-jumper who
competed internationally in
1937. He served as coach and
honorary secretary of the
British Amateur Athletic
Board from 1965-77 and later
as president of the European
Track and Field Association.
Boris Gurevich of the
Soviet Union, a Greco-Roman
wrestler who was a world
champion in the flyweight
division from 1953-55 and
winner of an Olympic gold
medal in 1952.
Walentin Mankin of the
Soviet Union, the only
yachtsman to win Olympic
gold medals in three different
classes of boats: Solo, 1968;
'Tempest, 1972; and Star,
1980. He took a silver meal in
the 'Tempest class in the 1976
Olympics.
Szabados Miklos of
Hungary, whose 16 world
table tennis championships
included one single -8 title
(1931), six doubles titles
(1929-35) and three mixed
doubles titles (1931, 1934 and
1935).
The six inductees, chosen
by the International Selec-
tion Committee chaired by
Haskell Cohen of Fort Lee,
N.J., will join 83 others. The
Hall of Fame was founded in
the United States by the U.S.
Committee Sports for Israel
in 1978, and has been housed
at the Wingate School of
Physical Education, Netanya,
for the past six years.

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