Friday, May 22, 2015 Sivan 4, 5775

Abrams Hebrew Academy has won the Bucks Jewish Basketball League championship.
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(JTA) — Al Rosen, the slugging Cleveland Indians third baseman who was the American League’s MVP in 1953, has died. Rosen, a four-time all-star who was known as the “Hebrew Hammer,” died March 13. He was 91. He played for the Indians from 1947 through 1956, including for the ‘48 World Series champions — the last time Cleveland won the...
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Xavier University's director of basketball operations said there are more Jewish coaches in college basketball than you might think.
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Hillel Kuttler, JTA
At Harvard, the day school graduate chose basketball over Shabbat but it was "a really rough decision."
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Anthony Weiss, JTA
Hillel President Eric Fingerhut’s decision to withdraw from the upcoming J Street conference has again drawn Hillel into conflict over the boundaries of acceptable criticism of Israel. Some two years after the Open Hillel movement emerged to challenge Hillel International’s guidelines for Israel activities, which prohibit campus chapters from hosting speakers that support divestment from Israel or deny its right...
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