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January 18, 1991 - Image 52

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Gillman, Blum Among 4
U.S. Athletes Selected

Bethesda, Md. (JTA) —
Seven outstanding athletes
were elected to the Interna-
tional Jewish Sports Hall of
Fame for 1991, four of them
Americans, according to a
recent announcement by
Alan Sherman, general
chairman of the Hall of
Fame.
The other three athletes
are from South Africa and
the Soviet Union.
The newest American in-
ductees into the Hall of
Fame are Sid Gillman, foot-
ball; jockey Walter Blum;
Joe Choynski, boxing; and
Victor Hershkowitz, hand-
ball.
Gillman coached the Na-
tional Football League's Los
Angeles Rams for five sea-
sons, 1955 to 1959, and the
American Football League's
San Diego Chargers for 11
seasons, 1960-71.
He was the first coach to
win divisional titles in both
leagues and won the AFL
championship in 1963.
Blum, who rode 4,383
winners in his 22-year rac-
ing career, won back-to-back
American riding champion-
ships in 1963 and 1964. His
4,000th winning mount in
1974 made him only the
sixth jockey ever to achieve
that level.
Joe Choynski, a pugilist at
the turn of the century,
KO'd champions-to-be Bob
Fitzsimmons and Jack
Johnson and drew with Jim
Jeffries between 1894 and
1901. Later, when each of
the three held the world
heavyweight crown, they
refused to give Choynski a
shot at the title.
Handball champ Victor
Hershkowitz accumulated
43 national and interna-
tional titles between 1942

and 1955.

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In 1952, he captured the
U.S. Handball Association's
four- event "grand slam"
and the AAU one-, three-
and four-wall titles.
The overseas athletes
elected to the Hall of Fame
are international cricketer
Aron "Ali" Bacher of South
Africa, Soviet gymnast
Maria Goroschovkia, who
won two gold and five silver
medals in the 1952 Olym-
pics, and Maria Itkina, a
Soviet sprinter who set the
400-meter world record in
1954.
The museum of the Inter-
national Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame, which is a project of
the U.S. Committee Sports
for Israel, is located on the

campus of the Wingate In-
stitute of Physical Education
and Culture in Netanya,
Israel.
To date, 158 athletes and
officials, past and present
and from 17 countries, have
been honored.
The International Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame's Pillar of
Achievement award went to
Haskell Cohen, Marty
Glickman and Lester
Harrison.
Cohen is a former National
Basketball Association ex-
ecutive, journalist and Jewish
sports activist; Glickman is
the former broadcast voice of
the New York football Giants,
Knicks and Jets whom Jesse
Owens replaced as a sprinter
in the 1936 Berlin Olympics,
and Harrison is a pro basket-
ball pioneer who was founder,
owner and coach of the
original Rochester Royals.

Wasserman Wins
`Eliminator' Title

Bowling 135 pins over his
average in a three-game
series, Brad Wasserman of
the Brotherhood/Eddie Jacob-
son League won the Metro
Detroit B'nai B'rith Bowling
Association's fall/winter
Eliminator Tournament.
Sy Zate, tournament direc-
tor, said Wasserman beat out
30 other finalists to win the
$300 first-place prize.
The 14 prize-winners:
Matt Friedman, Pisgah
Lodge, 110 pins over average;
Steve Elkus, Lusky, 80; Dave
Zatkin, Pisgah, 76; Mort
Friedman, Pisgah, 75; Steve
Anstandig, Bro./Eddie J., 72;
Bob Franklin, Morgen/
L'Chaim, 68; Larry Singer,
Bro./Eddie J., 64; Alvin Lewis,
Renaissance, 46; Mary Dictor,
Pisgah, 45; Al Mudryk,

Pisgah, 41; Steve Shapiro,
Bro./Eddie J., 38; Barry
Galison, Downtown/Fox, 37;
Michael Levin, Downtown/

Fox, 37; Barry Singer,
Bro./Eddie J., 30.
According to Zate, a spring
Eliminator is planned.

Temple Israel
Bowling Results

January 13, 1991

High Games
Dan Redstone
Neil Lefton
Rick Kirsch
Bill Oram
Bud Sharfer
High Series
Neil Lefton
Bill Oram
Rick Kirsch
Dan Redstone
Larry Kaluzny

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