Rabbi Yosef Gavriel Bechhofer
הרב יוסף גבריאל בקהופר
For us Hebrew challenged, could you give a brief english summary?
Ashkenaz has the yud-kesher closer to the heart, but in a place that might tug it away from the bayis; Sefard vice versa.
Courtesy of Philip Silberman:Not exactly an answer, but I think there’s a pattern going on with some differences between Ashkenazim and Sephardic practices:http://www.thelivingtree.org/audio/PDF/FW-19.pdf See the last page, in particular. (It’s not an audio file.)
I scannned through about 100 comments but did not read them all. Any opinion on the subject?http://hirhurim.blogspot.com/2007/10/rav-soloveitchik-and-red-sox.html
Couldn't figure out what he wanted!