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October 09, 1987 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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Jewish Sports Hall honoree
Daniel Dworsky was a
linebacker and captain of the
U-M football teams that won
the national championship in
1947 and 1948. He earned six
varsity letters at U-M, four in
football and two in wrestling.
Born in Minneapolis, he
helped lead the Wolverines to
a 49-0 Rose Bowl win over the
University of Southern
California- in 1948, and
played pro football for the Los
Angeles Dons. Now a much-
honored architect in Los
Angeles, Dworsky made a
lasting contribution to U-M
when he designed Crisler
Arena about 25 years ago.
Sportscaster Dave Diles is
the master of ceremonies for

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or home for seniors:

Dan Dworsky

Monday's banquet. U-M
athletic director Don Canham
is the main speaker and will
receive the first annual Alvin
N. Foon Memorial Award for
outstanding contributions to
sports and athletics in
Michigan. The award is nam-
ed for the founding president
of the Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame, who died
last February. ❑

mimm""ml NEWS

Survivors
Sought

New York — The U.S.
Justice Department has ask-
ed for the assistance of the
World Jewish Congress in
locating survivors and
witnesses to the activities of
the Nazi forces and their col-
laborators during the Second
World War in Latvia.
Individuals with relevant
information may com-
municate in any language
they choose and are asked to
contact: Bessy Pupko, World
Jewish Congress, One Park
Avenue, New York, N.Y.
10016. Telephone: (212)
679-0600.

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ecause it provides the
services needed by the elderly
while preserving the environ-
mental characteristics of a
Herman Frankel Organization Residen-
tial Community.
There is complete separation between
the Full Service Convalescent Home on
the upper floor and the Supportive
Care Manor on the lower floor. The
building is on a hillside and both levels
have direct access to the extensively
landscaped grounds.

Windemere is truly
_ a very special place.

Rex Lanyi and Herman Frankel, the
developers, are particularly proud that
Windemere both functionally and
aesthetically provides a residential
environment that preserves dignity,
beauty, and maximum independence at
a time in life that its residents require
some medical and social support.

A Supportive and Skilled Care Residence

Words cannot describe the feelings
that created Windemere. You must see
it to appreciate what it offers. Please drop
in or call 661-1700 for an appointment.

Windemere is located at
6950 Farmington Road
South of Maple Road

(Farmington Road is open to Windemere during it's paving.)

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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