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ollege students who have fill of major college Jewish foot-
not decided on a field of ball players and the only Jew-
study are considered no- ish quarterback to play for Notre
Dame, says he never felt un-
preference majors.
Football quarterback Gus Orn- comfortable about his religion
stein has not determined his ma- at the Indiana school, a Catholic
jor, but he knows exactly what university. Some of his team-
color uniform he wants to wear. mates were interested in find-
After a year at Notre
Dame, the 20-year-old New
Jersey native announced he
was leaving because he lost
a year of eligibility.
Two weeks ago, he signed
with Michigan State Uni-
versity after making official
visits to Kansas State,
Louisiana State and Ohio
State.
The 6-foot-5-inch Orn-
stein, who will also play
baseball for the Spartans,
says he is impressed by
MSU's new football coach-
ing staff, headed by recent-
ly hired Nick Saben.
"With this coaching staff,
everyone is learning a new
system," Mr. Ornstein says.
"I'm not coming in the mid-
dle of anything because
everyone is starting fresh. Gus Ornstein switches to MSU.
This will be a good opportu-
ing out about Judaism, but
nity to grow."
Mr. Ornstein, now a sopho- he never felt religion was an is-
more, will sit on the bench this sue.
Mr. Ornstein, who would even-
year but conference rules give
him three years to play with tually like to play in the Nation-
al Football League, hopes to
MSU.
With MSU's starting quarter- remain a role model for young
back, Tony Banks, graduating af- Jewish children.
"If little kids look around, they
ter this season, Mr. Ornstein
don't see too many Jewish ath-
hopes to take over.
Mr. Ornstein announced he letes," says Mr. Ornstein, who be-
was leaving Notre Dame because gan his sports career playing
he lost a year of eligibility when back-yard touch football as a
he was brought into a game to re- child. "In that respect, I think I've
place an injured player last fall. been a role model. I also got a lot
Mr. Ornstein thought he was go- of phone calls and letters from
ing to be a redshirt, meaning he people wishing me well at Notre
would sit out his freshman year Dame and asking for auto-
and still have four years to play graphs."
with the team.
"I'm not leaving with hard feel-
ings," he says. "I've made good
friends at Notre Dame and I'll
miss it."
Mr. Ornstein says he does not
know anyone at MSU but is look-
— Gus Ornstein
ing forward to meeting his team-
mates before school starts.
He is spending his summer
Only a handful of football
playing in a baseball league, lift-
ing weights and running. He players at well-known universi-
will move to East Lansing in Au- ties are Jewish. According to
Harlan Abbey, a Buffalo-based
gust.
Considered by some a stronger expert on college and profession-
baseball player, Mr. Ornstein al Jewish athletes, other Jews on
was drafted by the Seattle Big Ten football teams are Iowa
Mariners in the 20th round of the tight end Scott Slutzker and the
1994 major league free-agent University of Minnesota's Tony
Levine. LI
draft.
Mr. Ornstein, one of a hand-

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