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Greenberg, Jack

Jack Z. Greenberg

A back at Ohio State University, Benis played in the early 1930s. He was also a member of the Jewish fraternity, ZBT (Zeta Beta Tau).

Birth and Death Dates:
unknown

Career Highlights:
Greenberg, a back who played two seasons of varsity football at Ohio State, was a teammate future Hall of Fame coach Sid Gillman and end Max Padlow during his collegiate career. In 1931, Greenberg did not start, but played often as the Buckeyes finished with a record of 6-3-0 (4-2-0, fourth place in conference). The following season, Greenberg started many of the team's games at halfback as Ohio State finished 4-1-3 (2-1-2 in the Big Ten, in fourth place).

Origin:
unknown

Career Dates:
Greenberg played at Ohio State University, 1931-32.


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References:
Zeta Beta Tau Quarterly, October 1931
Chicago Tribune, November 8, 1931
Chicago Tribune, November 13, 1932


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