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November 18, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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10 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1988

As the mother of two boys
who play soccer in the Royal
Oak Youth Soccer Association
(ROYSA), I beg to differ with
the opinion of Sheldon Larkey
(Letters, Oct. 28) on the com-
ments of Mark Phillips in
"Observant Kickers" (Oct.
21).
My eldest son played soccer
one season under the direc-
tion of Mark Phillips and I
am appalled that simply
because Mr. Phillips may not
have chosen the most ap-
propriate words when inter-
viewed ("kick ass" and
"goyim"), he should be
crucified and his intentions
misconstrued.
Those who really know
Mark Phillips are aware of
his desire to see that all of our
children are afforded the op-
portunity to learn the game of
soccer and have fun without
the primary emphasis on
winning.
Furthermore, we all know
that the ROYSA teams en-
compass not only Jews, but
blacks, Moslems, and any
other child who wants to play.
I disagree with Mr. Larkey in
his remark that "the tenor of
Mr. Phillips' comments gives
a false impression that Jews
receive special treatment."
Mark Phillips should be corn-
mended for his efforts.

Andrea Abramson
Oak Park

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LETTERS)

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Yiddish, Yiddishkeit
Not Synonymous

I view with serious reserva-
tions Philip Slomovitz's
paean to the Yiddish
language in the Oct. 26 issue
of The Jewish News.
The circumstances of need
which gave birth to Yiddish
during the time of eastern
European enlightenment no
longer exist. Present-day ins-
tant communication, mostly
in English, has more than
adequately superseded the ar-
tificiality of Yiddish, if
perhaps not with the same
degree of soulful expression
which, regrettably, is lost in
translation.
But there are other reasons
to be cautious:
First, a very large propor-
tion of Jews in the world to-
day were never exposd to Yid-
dish and neither were their
forebears. This applies
especially to the Sephardim
whose one-time lingua fran-
ca, Ladino, is thankfully
relegated to the annals of
history.
Second, the average Israeli
citizen draws a disdainful
association of Yiddish with
the aged elitist Israeli
establishment of eastern

European origin, and worse,
fears it as the badge and
hallmark of the despised
Charedim who speak Yiddish
because to them modern
Hebrew is Chilul Hashem (a
desecration of God's Name)
. . .
Like classic Greek or Latin,
Yiddish might be studied for
its historical and, perhaps,
literary interest. But please,
do not make the common-
mistake of equating the
knowledge of Yiddish with
yiddishkeit, the universal
Jewish soul. To do so is to
regard those who don't know
and have no background in
Yiddish condescendingly as
being less than Jewish. I have
Israeli friends who resent this
attitude, and so do I.

Richard Braun
Asheville, N.C.

Headline Was
Sensationalized

Over the past several years
I have been highly critical of
our local daily newspapers for
printing sensationalized
headlines which have little or
nothing to do with the actual
story. Unfortunately, this has
been particularly true regar-
ding Israel.
Imagine my chagrin to read
on Page 5 of the Nov. 4 issue
of The Jewish News a blazing
headline, "Germans Rap
Shoah Studies." The story
talks about an American neo-
Nazi political action commit-
tee. Given the tragic history
of Nazi Germany, such a
misleading and declaiming
headline seems to me to be
both inappropriate and
beneath your normal stan-
dards of accuracy.

Rev. James R. Lyons
Director, Ecumenical Institute
for Jewish-Christian Studies

NEWS

Papp Blends
Yiddish, Theater

New York (JTA) — Joseph
Papp, founder of the Public
Theater and the New York
Shakespeare Festival, has
found a way to blend his pas-
sion for the theater with his
love for the Yiddish language.
This year's opening season
of the Joseph Papp Yiddish
Theater will mark a new
theatrical venture between
Papp and the YIVO Institute
for Jewish Research, the
foremost Yiddish institution
in the world.
This collaborative effort wil
draw on and develop the
creative energies of young
playwrights, actors and
directors.

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