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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-28

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42 Friday, May 28, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth Tennis as Symbol Israeli Achievement at Exhibitions

Tennis has emerged, after
only six years of progress, as
a major achievement in Is-
rael as a provider of recrea-
tion and in the fight on de-
linquency.
Evidence of such pro-
gress, in the enrollment of
20,000 youths, ages 6-15,
will be in exhibition here
June 7 and 8, when four top
young Israeli tennis players
come here for that purpose
with their coach.
The Israeli Tennis Cen-
ters delegation will include

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lon, 11, Shachar Gat, 11,
and Amir Ben-Mordechai,
11. They will be accom-
panied by Coach Gadi Mar-
galit and Dan Froman,
executive director of the Is-
rael. Tennis Centers.
Under the direction of the
Detroit co-chairmen of the
Israeli Tennis Centers,
Seymour Brode and Max
Sheldon, the young tennis
stars will provide an exhibi-
tion of their skills at 6 p.m.
June 7 at the Detroit Tennis
Club in Farmington.
On June 8, there will be
a followup exhibition at
the home of William
Davidson.
In the last few years,.
since the founding of the Is-
rael Tennis Centers, David-
son has taken -a deep inter-
est in the activities.
For information about
both exhibitions, call Brode,
352-8000; or Sheldon, 553-
2770.
The primary aim of the

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exhibitions, say Brode and
Sheldon, is to enroll found-
ers for the movement.
In the six years of ac-
tivities, the Israel Tennis
Centers have grown to
seven participating
offshoots in as many Is-
raeli cities: Kiryat
Shmona, Haifa, Ramat
Hasharon, Tel Aviv-
Jaffa, Jerusalem, Ashke-
lon and Arad.
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tein, the director of the Jaffa
Tennis Center. "Tennis
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