I just love profiling these old obscure Jewish champion athletes. So Jaffee was suggested by... me.
According to the complaint, Bailey endured "a barrage of anti-Semitic, offensive and degrading verbal attacks regarding his Jewish faith" from Raymond, head coach of the [Bakersfield] Condors. Raymond, according to the lawsuit, would say, "they (referring to Jews) 'only care about money and who's who.'"
Mr. Birch asked the actor why he was rubbing Ms. Birch’s back during the scene. The actor – whom none of the sides would name – said that he had been directed to do so as part of the scene. Mr. Birch objected, saying that the back rub was unnecessary, and told the actor to stop.
Demonstrably Jewish celebrities, however, were [not] only the usual suspects such as Einstein, Freud and Meyer Lansky and Laszlo Biro (inventor of the ballpoint pen), [but] Gottfried Fuchs, who scored ten goals in the 1912 Olympics for Germany against Russia, as well as Jean Lafitte, pirate and terror of the Caribbean 18th Century.