The Maccabee soccer team from Palestine played a tie game with one goal scored on each side against the New York Giants, assisted by two Bethlehem players, before a crowd of 15.000 people at the Polo Grounds Sunday.
Fischer of the Brooklyn Wanderers, who replaced Lederer in goal for the Maccabees, was the hero of the game. Fischer saved the day five minutes after the beginning of the second half by stopping a penalty kick.
The new synagogue of Congregation Thifereth Israel, fourteenth Street and Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., was dedicated Sunday afternoon.
The Talmud Torah for the Congregation Sons of Israel held comerstone laying ceremonies at Bay Twenty-eighth Street and Benson Avenue the same day.
Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May was the principal speaker at both events. Borough President James J. Byrne and Supreme Court Justice Edward Lazansky also spoke at the Park Slope ceremony.
Speakers at the Talmud Torah cornerstone laying included Judge Otto Rosalsky, City Court Justice Alexander M. Geismar, Rabbis Nachman H. Ebin, of the Congregation Sons of Israel; Gershon Masliansky, Isidore Goodman and Bemard Semel.
The Young Judaea will hold its Nineteenth Annual Convention at Atlantic City, beginning June 16 until June 26th.
The Sixth Convention of the Federation of Young Judaea of Canada will be held in Toronto on June 25, 26 and 27.