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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S., Israel Battle for Maccabia Honors

TEL AVIV (JTA) — As
In an exciting jump-off
the 11th Maccabia Games in the high jump competi-
starts to wind down it is tion, Jason Meisler, a re-
clearly evident that the cent UCLA grad, edged
battle for medals rests be- out Israel's Gideon Har-
tween the U.S. and Israel mat, when he cleared 2.19
and will be settled on the meters (7' 2 14") after tying
basketball court and in the with the Israeli's 2.17 in
track and field events.
the regular competition.
Currently the U.S. leads
William Lipsey of
in gold medals, 59-42, while Evanston, Ill., established a
Israel is ahead in total new Maccabia record in the
medallions 137-131. The 110 meters hurdles at 15.09
other countries lag far seconds
while
Gary
behind in the overall quest Willicky, a high school all-
with South Africa showing American, out of Boca Ra-
a total of 30, including 11 ton, Fla., captured _the dis-
golds.
cus throw with a toss of
On the occasion of the 57.18 meters. The U.S. con-
laccabia Games, Michigan tinued its chances for a
Democratic Sen. Carl Levin medal in soccer by downing
inserted a statement into Sweden 3-1 in the long
the Congressional Record series of football matches.
congratulating the Michi-
After the second round in
gan participants in the men's golf singles, Joel
Games: Nanci Goldsmith, Hirsch of the U.S. continued
Mark Jaffe, David Linden his lead with 147 points fol-
and Anita Rival.
lowed by teammate Joel
The South Africans are Gross of Pembroke Pines,
hurting since they can Fla., with 148.
only compete in sports in
Team-wise America
which they are not leads Canada 598 points to
excluded by the interna- 611 with South Africa third
tional governing bodies. at 625 tallies. American
The American female Renee Headings of Wesley
basketball team didn't fare Chapel, Fla., maintained
too well in the basketball fi- her lead in women's singles
nals when it yielded to Is- 160 points to Ms. Halman of
rael, 93-70, at the Kfar Great Britainin second
Maccabia court. Barbara position with 163. Overall
Weiner of Philadelphia kept South Africa leads the
the U.S. in the running females with the U.S. third
early.
spot.
The U.S. reached the
In Judo, Moss Brad
semi-finals in male basket- took a first in the over
ball when it swamped 95kg weight while team-
Uruguay, Tuesday night by mate Hyman Barry of
more than 100 points. The New York City, coach of
club has to get by Canada to the Columbia University
meet Israel for the title. Is- judo team, captured a
rael already has beaten the third in the up to 95kg di-
Canadians in the eight- vision.
team round robin, by 12
On the rowing front, the
points.
U.S. came first in quadrople
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sculls while taking all the
water events. In singles,
Scot Fisher won with the
following victories going to
Americans:

• Doubles — Joel Au-
genblick, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Fisher, Medea, Pa.
• Pair oars with cox —
Howard Rosenfeld, Nar-
beth, Pa., Friedberg, Allen-
town, Pa., and Simon,
Bronx, N.Y.
• Pair oars without cox
— Silks and Hanley Bodek,
Haverford, Pa.
• Four with cox — Silks,
Bodek, Friedberg and
Rosenfeld.
• Quadruple — Risher,
Augenblick, Jonathan Ship,
Narbeth, Pa. and David
Berger, Haverfo
rd, Pa.
In the next to last round
standings in bridge, the
U.S. stands second to
France with 180 tai points to
the first place unit's 186.
In Tennis semi-finals,
American defending female
trialist Dana Gilbert will
meet Anette Leand, a
teammate, while a third
American, Patricia Schiff
goes against South African
Elana Smukler, seeded sec-
ond to Gilbert. Brad Gilbert,
brother of Dana is the only
American in the semis.
The United States closed
out the swimming competi-
tion by forging ahead after
trailing Israel during the
first days of the competi-
tion.
After five days of
neck-and-neck competi-
tion, the U.S. in the final
day of water events
ended up with 14 gold
medals, three silver and
three bronze. Israel fol-
lowed with nine gold
medals, 13 silver and
eight bronze.
In the course of the swim
competition many game re-
crods were smashed, includ-
ing all of the remaining
Mark Spitz heights. The
last to go was the 100-meter
freestyle won by America's
Andrew Saltzman of
Bloomington, Ind., with a
time of 52.33 as compared to
Spitz's 52.90 in 1969. Atlan-
ta's Joel Alan was second in
52.41.
United States swim cap-
tain Mike Saphir took the
44-meter individual medley
in record Maccabia time of
4.38, after which he an-
nounced his retirement
from competitive swimming
to pursue his aim of becom-
ing a diplomat.
Track and field got under
way with Gary Wilson of
London giving England its
first gold medal of the
Games in the 100-meter
dash, Manny Rosenberg, a
former American sprinter,
now in the Israeli army, tied
for second place.
The 100-meter women's
sprint went to Brenda
Kazinec of the University
of Michigan who came in
with a time of 12.49 sec-
onds. Riva Gensch of the
U.S. finished the 800-
meter run in third place
in 2.09.66 minutes.
California's Brian
Mondshein established a
new Maccabia record of
52.07 seconds for the

400-meter hurdles.
Gary Willeby of the U.S.
took the shot put gold with a
toss of 18.02 meters fol-
lowed by Howie Horowitz's
second place at 17.00
meters. In the long jump,
David Donsens of the U.S.
came up with a leap of 7.18
meters to wind up second to
the Finnish champ, Tapani
Taavitsainen.
The U.S. took third place
in teh 4x100 men's relay
while Paul Friedman could
do not better than fourth in
the 10,000 meter run.
In karate, Darryll Lel-
man of the U.S. took a first
in the 75-80 kg weight di-
vision, also a first in the
Kata-singles group. How-
ard Frydman knocked off
second place in the 70-75 kg
section while Joshua Fals-
tein of the American squad
copped a bronze medal in
the 60-65 kg division.
The 150-member Ven-
ezuelan delegation to the
Maccabia was present at the
dedication of an area in a
Jewish National Fund for-
est to the memory of Latin
American nationalist hero
Simon Bolivar. The occa-
sion marked the 170th an-
niversary of Venezuelan in-
dependence.

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