Ann Arbor College Years
Misfits in America Chapter 2
To the Jewish brothers of the unnamed University of Michigan fraternity, academics took a stiff back seat to the wondrous goal of winning the intra-fraternity athletic championship. Their personal identities as jews in America in constant conflict with the hopes and dreams of these smart ambitious young men, Bronze and his friends struggle through their years in Ann Arbor, never keeping their eyes off the prize, Christian friends and acknowledged athletic prowess.
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