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September 24, 1982 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-24

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Individual Stars Outshine
Israeli Team Efforts in 5742

By SIMON GRIVEkt

World Zionist Press Service

JERUSALEM — The ex-
pectations that Israelis
have of their professional
sportsmen have risen mar-
kedly during the last de-
cade. In fact, even though
this last year saw a number
of impressive performances
by the country's teams and
individuals, there was an
overall feeling of disap-
pointment.
Nowhere
this more
evident than in basketball.
The Maccabi Tel Aviv team
waltzed into the final of the
European Cup play-off with
some stunning displays,
only to produce a lackluster
performance which saw
easily beaten by the
Italian cha mpions Squibb
Cantu.
In soccer t here was also a
feeling of rilissed oppor -
tunities. It had been as
that the national
squad had n o hope of qual-
ifying for th e world cup fi -
nals in Spain. Placed for the
first time in a tough Euro -
pean group b ecause of polit -
ical isolati on by Asian
leagues, the team did so
well that ma ny pundits felt
they could have done even
better.
The most notable Per-
formance was last No-
vember's convincing 4-1
victory ove r Portugal in
Tel Aviv. Th e hero of the
afternoon was Bennie
Tabak, whose first half
hat-trick p ut an end to
the visitors' dream of vic-
tory.
But if Tab ak was the hero
of this game, he was -disap-
pointing in s ome others. In
other home games, Israel
lost to Scotlan d 0-1, and tied
with Northe rn Ireland and
with Sweden 0-0. The Is-
raeli forwards failure to
score, despite ample oppor-
tunities, didn 't provide the
wins which would have
taken the tea m to Spain.
The Israeli defense was
marshalled b y Avi Cohen,
playing once again for Mac-
cabi Tel Aviv after a spell in
England with Liverpool.
Two of the country's less
well-known and wealthy
clubs, Hapoel Kfar Saba
and Hapoel Yehud, won the
national league and state
cup, respectively.
The state of the coun-
try's sporting facilities
came under fire from Is-
rael Olympic Committee
Chairman Yitzhak Ofek,
who pointed out that Is-
rael spend s less per
capita on sp orts than any
other industrialized na-
fion. But Y ariv Oren, di-
rector of sports at the
Ministry of Education,
feels matters are improv-
ing. A survey showed in
1970 that only 10 percent
of adult Israelis partici-
pated in sport, while in
1981 this figure had risen
to 40 percent.
As elsewhere, many Is-
raelis have taken to jogging.
Some have been inspired by
the achievements of Zehava
Shmueli, a 28-year-old
mother of two. She finished
25th out of 2,500 runners in

last October's New York
Marathon and holds Israeli
records for 5, 10 and 25
kilometers.
Another sporting heroine
is 18-year-old Lior Birkhan,
who holds Israeli swimming
records in freestyle, medley
and backstroke and is cur-
rently being coached in the
U.S. Moshe Ganzi is one of
the world's leading water
skiers, while Eytan Fried-
lander and Shimshon
Brockman are former Euro=
pean champions in the 470
sailing division.
Tennis is also an Israeli
forte. The opening of a new
tennis center in Haifa
brings the Israel Tennis
Centers total of courts to 65
(5 percent of the country's
tennis courts), catering to
85,000 children and count-
less adults. Here, too, the
country has its hero, with
Shlorno Glickstein in 29th
place in the ATP ratings.

'a - THE; DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Siptenilier 24, 1982 39

Works of art are the only
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—E.M. Forster

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