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Rally Rabbi helps win game

Thursday, 15 March, 2007 - 4:41 pm


Dear Friends,

This past Monday was a huge success. The tailgate party had free hot dogs, music led by Rabbi Yehuda Ferris and the Ferris Wheels, it was incredible.

I want to share with you this Jingle we put togther for the Rally Rabbi

 From the players on the bench out on to the court and into the paint
up into the stands with the fans
and out into the street and into our homes and beyond
Rally with the Rally Rabbi to increase in acts of goodness and kindness for victory and peace!

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Comments on: Rally Rabbi helps win game

Oyster wrote...

I'm confused, Rabbi. Isn't the SF Giants Jewish Heritage Night on August 8th?


Art wrote...

Rabbi: On Monday, Jewish Heritage Night was very special for me. You are the latest player in the Warriors' Jewish heritage. In 1919, in my native Philadelphia, a semi-pro basketball team was founded by Eddie Gottlieb and a few other men at the South Philadelphia Hebrew Association (SPHA). They were called the Philadelphia SPHAs. In the 1940's, the Philadelphia Warriors were founded by the same group as a pro team, and Eddie became coach and owner. When Eddie Gottlieb sold the Warriors to a SF businessman , Eddie moved here with the team. My Uncle Yale Mallick, olev v'shalom, was a big fan of the SPHAs and Warriors and as a child in the 1940's, would handicap the games for Philly bookies. So, may Hashem grant you the strength to blow that rally shofar for many seasons to come, and may the Jewish players, coaches and fans of all time have their souls rally to the shofar "charge" with the coming of Moshiach.

Alexandra wrote...

Rabbi Langer,
My mother, my sister and I came to the sunday menorah lighting and was touched by the ceremony. When your son-in-law was introduced I couldn't catch his name. Please respond so we can find him and listen to more of his work.


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Alex E wrote...

Hi Rabbi,
Sorry I have been out of touch. want to get back in touch.

Alex E.

David Martin Graham wrote...

Rabbi, My phone went Kaputz, and I lost all of my numbers. Please get back to me ASAP so I can get your phone numer again!

All My Best, and With Love,


Ira L. Jacobson wrote...

I am indeed confused. The civil year is, I believe, 2016, and the last item was written in 2007. Can anyone explain?