Yom Kippur Doings

¶ At Toledo, one Andrew Cohen went to Rabbi Joseph S. Kornfeld early Yom Kippur morning, full of anguish. The rabbi knew that he (Cohen) was shortstop for the

Buffalo baseball nine, champions of the International League. The rabbi knew that the Buffalos were playing that day with the American Association's champion Toledo team for the minor league championship of the world; that Toledo had four wins to Buffalo's one; that Andrew Cohen's mates would suffer mentally and possibly financially if he could not play. Was there...

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