THINK SPRING WITH
Martin Kollenberg, playing with
Jewish News-ites Dave Neill, associate
publisher, and Rick Nessel, account
executive, plus Jim Dales and Mark
Morgenroth ... holing a gorgeous 60-
foot eagle putt ... Later recalling finally
finding a pro years back who taught
him the finer points of golf ... 'And he
goes off to become a minister instead
of staying a golf pro."
The "Mondry Team" was all Mondry
... At least four of the five were ... How
Tom Cohn snuck in nobody knows.
Outside dining was sumptuous ...
with tables everywhere on the Tam
O'Shanter back lawns and porch ...
covered by linen tablecloths and silver-
ware wrapped in linen napkins.
The various stations held filet mignon,
lamb chops, Caesar salad, pasta, shrimp,
veggies, desserts, etc., etc., etc. ... Also
cold drinks and beer galore.
Myron Milgrom always well dressed,
playing golf and then changing into a
blue jacket, blue sport shirt and blue
slacks ... "Who can eat again," asked
Myron, "after so much food and
snacks at the holes?"
Seymour Brode also didn't look like
he had played golf ... sharp in his
change to beige jacket, tan sport shirt
and tan pants.
Ticket for the beautiful BMW con-
vertible to be given in a drawing was
bought by Steve Greenberg, Hank's son,
who gave the ducat to Herb Allen
because he didn't think it would be
right for him to win the car at an event
named after his father ... Steve turned
out to be a psychic ... His ticket won...
And the BMW was donated back to the
Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation.
At the banquet-showtime, probably
one of the best yet, a rendering was
shown that brought much applause for
a fantastic announcement ... That the
new Michigan Jewish Sports Hall of
Fame will soon be forthcoming ... and
that a painting of the late co-founder
and second president Billy Jacobs would
hang in a wonderful honor ... $100,000
donated by Billy's son Robert Jacobs
and daughter Monni Must, will help
big time in completing the new Hall of
Fame at the Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield.
The banquet ceremony could hardly
have been any better ... And very few
left because it was so interesting ...
Doug Brown, former Red Wing, Dave
Winfield, baseball Hall of Famer, Jerry
Kramer, ex-Green Bay all-pro lineman,
Dolph Schayes, former basketball star
and coach ... were led by sportscaster-
emcee Jeremy Schaap in a question-
and-answer period with queries from
him ... and the audience.
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