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October 16, 1987 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-16

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to learn about each other. But
. . . I'd say of all the teams,
this team probably has more
nice guys on it, more family-
type people, really good peo-
ple."
Cohen does not force
baseball on his wife Davida or
daughter Chani, 15. Chani
attends the Beth Jacob girls
school in the Yeshivah pro-
gram. Davida teaches fourth
grade secular classes at the
Yeshivah, and is involved in
charity work in the Orthodox
community.
Cohen is president of Cong.
Mogain Avroham. He attends
services at Young Israel of
Greenfield each morning
before going to work, and
prays at Mogain Avroham in
the evening. "Probably I
spend about one-third of my
time at home, one-third at
Tiger Stadium, and one-third
in shul," he says. But he will
not wear his 1984 World
Series ring to shul "because
it causes too much of a furor.
People want to come over and

it ruins the decorum of shul."
However, he will not object if
some of the members say a
prayer for the Tigers so that
he can get another Series
ring — and a trip next
year. O.

Anthem Thrill

Cantor Harold Orbach of
Temple Israel led the singing
of the national anthem before
Monday's American League
Championship Series game
between the Detroit Tigers
and Minnesota Twins at
Tiger Stadium.
In 1984, Orbach was asked
to sing at both a play-off and
a World Series game.
However, both games fell on
the High Holy Days and he
was unable to attend. While
disappointed he won't be sing-
ing at the World Series this
year, he was happy to get the
chance to sing at the Tigers'
final game. "It was a real
thrill," he said.

Jewish Ballplayers
Made the Grade

CHUCK HERSHBERGER

3 split.
whole skinned
chicken
breasts. 2 tablespoons chopped
and
parsley
oned (abou t 11/2
p bounds
1/2 cup EGG BEATERS
boneless)
1/2 cup FLEISCHMANN'S
Cholesterol-free
Real Egg Prod
Sweet Unsalted Mar-
uct 99%
1/2 cup cracker meal
garine softened
1-clove garlic. minced
DEL MONTE Mandarin
Oranges, watercress and
grated orange rind for garnish

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Pound chicken pieces to about !,'4-inch thickness.
In small
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beat together
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Spoon V: cup margarine. garlic and parsley
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onto center pi
of each chicken 1 piece:
roll up margarine
Secure mixture
toothpicks.
cracker meal. p chi cken rolls in EGG BEATERS. rol w ith
l i n
In skillet. over medium-high heat. melt remaining mar-
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minutes. until browned on all
frequ en ly. for 15
remove wit
sides and done. t Trve.
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ks. arrange chicken on serving platter:
watercress
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orange
6 servings.
rind
and oranges. Makes

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he new Jewish Sports
Information Center
(JSIC) — a group of
sports afficionadoes from
around the U.S. — has compil-
ed a list of 133 major league
baseball players from the last
100 years who are believed to
be Jewish. There are ques-
tions about the "Jewishness'
of many, including Jim
Palmer, whose father was
Jewish, and Rod Carew, who
is married to a Jewish woman
and is studying the religion,
but has not formally
converted.
However, based on the JSIC
list, I have compiled my own
all Jewish major league
baseball team:

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Chuck Hershberger is a baseball
fanatic in Pleasant Ridge, Mich.

OF Cal Abrams
OF Lipman Pike
C Harry Danning
DH Rod Carew
PH Mike Epstein
LHP Sandy Koufax
RHP Jim Palmer
MGR Lefty Phillips

Some notable achievements
of Jewish major leaguers
includes:
Buddy Myer and Rod Carew
led the American League in
hitting. Lipman Pike and
Levi Meyerle were the first
Jewish players to play in an
organized professional league
(National Association, 1871).
Levi Meyerle led the National
Association in hitting in its
first year, and also played on
the first league champion
(Philadelphia Athletics).
Lipman Pike was the first
Jewish manager (1871, Troy,
National Association; 1872,
Hartford, NA; 1877, Cincin-
nati, National League). Pike
was also a member of the
Brooklyn Atlantics which
defeated the mighty Cincin-
nati Red Stockings in 1870.

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