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Jewish athletes

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

Baseball: Cohen, 1921-1923

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0028
Overview Max 'Irish' Cohen excelled at baseball and football in the 1920s, mostly playing in local semi-pro and amateur leagues in and around Denver, becoming the first Jewish baseball captain west of the Mississippi while at the University of Denver.
Dates: 1921-1923

Baseball: Lutz, 1925-1929

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0027
Overview Aaron Lutz excelled at both baseball and football in numerous competitions, starring at catcher for University of Colorado, East High School, and the Denver Bears, earning a brief stint in the Chicago White Sox organization in the early 1930s.
Dates: 1925-1929

Baseball: Pepper, 1958-1959

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0026
Overview Ed Pepper, from Denver, played baseball in American Legion leagues, East High School, Colorado State College and the Denver Bears, among others, from 1954 to 1960, and received All-City honors while at East High.
Dates: 1958-1959

Baseball: Wandell, 1940's- 1950's

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0025
Overview Sammy Wandell was a baseball player in manual high school. He also won the Babe Ruth award.
Dates: 1940's- 1950's

Basketball: Albert, 1972

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0022
Overview Folder contains a few biographal writings about Stan Albert and a letter from Irv to Stan
Dates: 1972

Basketball: Alterman, 1948-1949

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0023
Overview Born and raised in the West Colfax neighborhood, Leonard Alterman excelled at basketball in both AAU and at North High School. Alterman parleyed this success into a scholarship at the University of Denver, and after service in WW2, a short career with the old Denver Nuggets in the NBA's predecessor league, the National Basketball League.
Dates: 1948-1949

Basketball, Baseball: Sharp, 1928-1930

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0024
Overview Morey Sharp, a Denver native, excelled at basketball at West High School and also played baseball. Sharp later worked as a broadcaster in Cheyenne, Wyoming, mostly working local high school events.
Dates: 1928-1930

Basketball: Berenbaum, 1930-1937

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0021
Overview Mandel Berenbaum, from Denver, played basketball at several levels, including AAU with the Hebrew Educational Alliance, North High School, and the University of Denver, during the 1930s.
Dates: 1930-1937

Basketball: Brown, 1951-2013

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0020
Overview Irv Brown was a three career man, he was a Coach, NCAA Referee and a Broadcaster.
Dates: 1951-2013

Basketball: Galchinsky, 1999-2012

Identifier: B132.02.0001.0019
Overview Herb Galchinsky was born in 1937. He was coached by Shelly Silverman, when he was playing at the Young America League at the JCC. He also played on his high school team at north high school. After high school he attended University of Denver, Law School on an academic scholarship which was converted to a full ride athletics scholarship. He was the captain of his team, his senior year. after he went on to being a judge. he also coached the little League baseball.
Dates: 1999-2012