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June 05, 1992 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-05

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Bloomfield. Mr. Greenberg
died of cancer in 1986 at the
age of 75.
Grant Golden, who flew in
from Chicago for the event,
may be a step slower on the
tennis courts than he was in
the 1950s when he was
L 2 ranked among the top 10
players in the nation, but his
" humor remains intact.
"It was a lot of fun. I
,-, learned from one of my part-
- ners to swear in Yiddish,"
Mr. Golden said.
The former Davis Cupper
[_ played tennis regularly with
-- )Mr. Greenberg after Mr.
Greenberg retired as a
ballplayer. Mr. Golden told
Monday's golf tournament
dinner audience that Mr.
Greenberg would have been'
a "superstar" tennis player
Q, if he had taken up tennis
rather than baseball.
'Th "We had a wonderful day,"
said Leonard Brose, the Big
10 tennis champion in 1951.
Mike Yellen, national rac-
quetball champion from
1983 to 1987, was out on the
golf links. Mr. Yellen said he
2, doesn't like to play tennis
because it hurts his racquet-
- ball game. "With golf, I'm so
bad at it I can't screw it up."
Bob Feller, a Hall of Fame
pitcher who faced Mr.
Greenberg on the diamond,
. told the dinner audience of
his respect for Mr. Green-
r
berg's stand for his Jew-
ishness. In 1934, in the
midst of a hot pennant drive,
Mr. Greenberg refused to
play baseball on Yom
Kippur, a decision which
drew national attention and
controversy.
Harry Eisenstat told of the
- double-header in 1938 when
he won both games and Mr.
Greenberg hit three home
runs. In the Detroit
i ' clubhouse afterwards, Tiger
manager Mickey Cochrane
joked that the Jews of
Detroit would go crazy now
that they had two Jewish
heroes.
Hockey player Bob Probert
D hit the longest drive of the
day with a 270-yard tee shot
down the 18th fairway.
It seemed there were just
as many current and retired
sports news anchors playing
on the golf course as profes-
, sional athletes. Dick Schaap,
a commentator for ABC
Sports and ESPN, served as
the master of ceremonies at
the dinner.
Bob Reynolds, former WJR
sports show host; Eli Zaret,
Channel 2 sports anchor;
Dave Diles, former Channel
, 7 sports anchor; and Jim
Brandstatter, color analyst
',-, for the Detroit Lions broad-
casts, were some of the
sports media personnel who
participated. 0

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1.3 g.
.1 g.
.25 g.
.74 g.

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Protein
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Total Fat (est.)
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