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Dr. Arthur Tauber, circa 1955, also known as Coach Tauber. Champion fencer in all three weapons; Foil, Epee and and Sabre. A true Master of the Sword. Teacher of fencers at Yeshiva College from 1949 to 1985. Maestro; we salute you.
A 16"x20" portrait based on the above photograph and executed by the then Stern College student Rivka Siegel in oil on canvas was commissioned by Yeshiva University.
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Coach Arthur Tauber, during a "time-out", at a match between Yeshiva College and Fairleigh Dickenson University in 1967, explains the situation and its options to one of his "Taubermen". The official, just behind Coach Tauber is three-time USA Olympic team member and National Champion Al Kwartler.
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