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November 19, 1982 - Image 16

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16 Friday, November 19, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

In addition to all its trou-
bles involved concerning
Lebanon, the sports frater-
nity in Israel is having its
problems so far as interna-
tional competition i s con-
cerned.
For many years now, dur-
ing the winter vacation
period, seven or eight na-
tional junior soccer teams
have attended an interna-
tional competition in Israel,
which has proved to be very
fruitful and has produced
excellent soccer. This year,
due, undoubtedly, to pres-
sures from political leaders
in the respective countries
involved, Romania and Is-
rael are the only countries
willing to participate in the
annual tournament.
In past years, Greece,
Switzerland, Sweden, De-
nmark, West Germany,
Italy and France, have sent
their teams to play in the
Youth Tournament which
had grown in stature and
prestige.
The Israeli Soccer Fed-

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Political Pressure Could End
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AFTER NOVEMBER 26
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BONN (JTA). — West
Germany's new Chancellor,
Helmut Kohl, has a sym-
pathetic attitude toward Is-
rael, according to Knesset
Speaker Menahem Savidor
who met with the German
leader last week.
"He told me he wanted to
renew the tradition of good
relations started by Konrad
Adenauer and I am sure
that he seriously meant
exactly that," Savidor told a
press conference.
He said Kohl will defi-
nitely visit Israel next year
but the timing has yet to be
decided. It will not take
place before West Ger-
many's general elections
due to be held on March 6.

eration has tried assidu-
ously, without effect, to
get the other countries,
generally interested, to
come and play. Con-
sequently, it appears that
for the first time in over a
decade there will not be
an international tourney.
In the past, American
soccer teams have tried to
secure an invitation from
the Israeli Soccer Federa-
tion for participation in this
prestigious event, without
success. The reason ad-
vanced at all times was that
the United States could not
send its national junior
team. This is true, because
of the fact that the
youngsters are either in
their senior year in high
school and/or their
freshman year in college
and getting them together
for such a trip seems out of
the question.
However, a solution,
which, finally, seemed ac-
ceptable to the Israeli fed-
eration was reached when
the New York State junior
soccer squad decided that it
would go to Israel during
the Christmas holiday, pro-
vided it secured an invita-
tion. Apparently the invita-
tion is forthcoming but now
the New York federation is
finding it difficult to secure
the necessary funds, and in
addition, has learned about
the lack of interest on the
part of the countries for-
merly involved, and con-
sequently is undecided as to
whether it will make the
trip come the middle of next
month./

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