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June 19, 1981 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

- 14 Friday, June 19, 1981

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This is the time of the
year that the basketball
coaches from the National
League of Israel make their
annual pilgrimage to the
United States searching for
talent for their respective
clubs.
Within the last two
weeks, at least, six coaches
and/or general managers
have wended their way to
this country to discuss pros-
pects and prices for players.
They all come in with the
same story: they are looking
for a big center and a good
playmaker.
There are restrictions so
far as what these coaches

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Israeli Basketball Coaches
Search for Talent in U.S.

Prices eff. thru June 25

LOD (JNI) — Koor Indus-
tries is in need of another 60
engineers, mainly in the
fields of micro-processors,
communications, software
and telecommunications,
according to Gurion Melt-
zer, head of Koor's elec-
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and general managers can
get since each National
League team in the Holy
Land can only bring in one
non-citizen; all other
players brought in by a
given team, provided they
have the right to bring in
more than two players, have
to be of the Jewish faith.
Some coaches, because
of team drop-outs and
transfers, are in a posi-
tion to bring in two
Jewish basketball
players, but the majority
are here seeking one
Jewish player and one
non-citizen, obviously, a
big, tall, strong reboun-
der.
Coaches - from abroad
have been attending var-
ious basketball camps to ob-
serve players who are a cut
or two under the caliber re-
quired by the National Bas-
ketball Association teams.
These camps, some under
the jurisdiction of the NBA
itself, send out literature to
coaches all over Europe and
the Middle East.
This being a Maccabia
year, the pickings are very
lean so far as the Jewish
players are concerned. Al-
most every player looked
over by the Israeli coaches is
continuing with his college
work and/or is not up to
standards that the Israeli
coaches desire.
Dan Schayes and Willie
Sims are the stars of the
U.S. Maccabia teams.
Schayes, who was the
13th pick in last week's
NBA draft, regardless of
what happens, will prob-
ably, ultimately sign a
contract assuring him of
security for at least one
year and maybe over a
multiple period of sea-
sons.
Sims, in the event he does
not stay with an NBA club,
has a good proposition pro-
ferred by a top flight Israeli
National League team, and
he will end up in that coun-
try.

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Survey Records
Tourist Spending

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The average tourist last
year spent $750 in Israel,
according to a Central
Bureau of Statistics survey.
Comparisons showed that
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$42 each day of their 16-day
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