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There are myriad jokes about Jews in sports. In the 1980 movie "Airplane," a passenger asks for something light to read. The stewardess offers her a pamphlet on Jewish athletes.
Peter and Joachim Horvitz, the father-and-son team whose recent compendium, "The Big Book of Jewish...