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July 15, 1977 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-15

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8 Friday, July 15, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

45,000 Attend Maccabia Games Opening

By HASKELL COHEN
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The
10th Maccabia, the Jewish
Olympics, opened at_ the
huge Ramat Gan Stadium
Tuesday with the ceremo-
nial kindling of the Maccabi
Torch. The flame was run
into the stadium of Micky
Berkowitz, former Nevada

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University basketball star, lions of the Jewish commu-
who is a member of the nity, among them a rabbi,
350-strong United States con- Alex Sternberg, who
tingent. An estimated 45,000 coaches the karate team,
attended the opening.
and a cantor, George Lind-
The American athletes,
elblat, who is a member of
coaches, trainers and offi- the water polo team.
cials marched into the
One of the unique repre-
arena led by Wendy Wein- sentatives on the American
berg of Baltimore, an Olym- team is Alan Silverstein, as-
pic swimming bronze medal-- --sistaot manager of the bas-
ist, who carried the Stars ketball team, who came to
and Stripes. David Itam- Israel with a Sefer Torah
mim, of Indiana, a member that he is presenting to a
of the U.S. soccer squad,
synagogue in Bat Yam.
carried the colors of the
Sil-verstein is a member
United States Committee of the East Flatbush Syna-
Sports for Israel (USCSFI) gogue in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
which sponsors the Ameri- which is closing and was
can team.
delegated to carry the
The 2,800 competing ath- Torah to the rabbi in Bat
letes, representing 34 coun- Yam who formerly served
tries, took the traditional
as spiritual leader of the
Maccabi oath. A highlight East Flatbush congrega-
of the ceremonies was a tion.
parachute jump by mem-
On the eve of the games,
bers of an Israeli flying U.S. Ambassador Samuel
group who descended from Lewis met for two hours
10,000 feet into the stadium.
with leaders of the Ameri-
The U.S. and Israel have
can contingent and their
the largest contingents. The
wives at his home in Her-
American team is the larg-
zliya. It was an informal
est to date to particiapte in session and the ambassa-
the Israeli games. It includ- dor, an avid sports fan, ex-
es representatives of all sec-
pressed regret that he was
unable to make his sched-
uled appearance at the
games Tuesday. He is in
Washington in connection

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with the visit of Premier
Menahem Begin.
Lewis said he had espe-
cially wanted to watch the
American soccer team in
action because his 14-year-
old son is a soccer player.
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cabia, marking the first
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southern African country
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