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January 21, 1983 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Energy will do anything tunities will make a two-
that can be done in the legged animal a man with-
world; and no talents, no out it.
circumstances, no oppor-
—Goethe

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Friday, January 21, 1983 39

Sporting Tradition Continues With 12th Hapoel Games

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

In Israel it makes little
difference to the average
sports fan whether a coun-
try is at war or is at peace or
has political problems or is
suffering from a recession.
For the sports enthusiast
the games must continue
and consequently the coun-
try, as a whole, is looking
forward to the Hapoel
Games which will be held in
Israel May 1-8.
The history of the Hapoel
Games dates back to 1921
when the Histadrut (Israel's
labor federation) was only
five years old and it actively
supported the start of an in-
dependent sports organiza-
tion known as Hapoel. Con-
sequently, the organization
came into being in 1926 and
after building for two years,
decided to hold its first na-
tional set of games. Eigh-
teen clubs participated in
the first Hapoel Games
which lasted two days and
took place in Tel Aviv..
By 1935, a total of 82
clubs with 10,000 active
participants took part in the
games. The policy of
Hapoel, at that time, was
not to list winners and to
work under its Hebrew slo-
gan of "thousands and not
champions."
Due to political up-
heavals, the fifth Hapoel
Games was delayed until
1952. At that time, Hapoel
had joined all the Israeli
national sports organiza-
tions and, when Israel
first participated in the
Olympic Games (1952), 15
of the 26 Israeli athletes
were Hapoel members.
The seventh Hapoel
Games in April of 1961
began to show rapid growth
with 17 sports on the pro-
gram. Some 700 foreign

Meeting Slated

by Numismatists

The Israel Numismatic
Society of Michigan, Inc.,
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. The meet-
ing will be held in the -as-
sembly hall.
A panel will be presented
in a program entitled,
"Stump the Experts."
Panelists include Paul Del:-
Grosso, Marvin Katz, John
Reineri, Joe Samet and
moderator Ben Morris.
Reservation, deadline for
the Feb. 22 dinner is Feb. 8.
Checks and choice of menu
should be sent to the society,
P.O. Box 942, Royal Oak
48068.

athletes came over from 33 with athletes from 20 coun- countries have participated
countries.
tries competing.
in the Hapoel Games and it
The seventh set of games In May 1979, over 1,200 is the hope and expectation
saw such Olympic and foreign athletes from 24 that in the not too distant
world champions as Isaac countries sent representa- future, Arab athletes from
Berger (weightlifting), Don tives to the 11th set of adjoining lands will join in
Bragg (pole vaulting), Jef- Hapoel Games for competi- the festivities to turn the
frey Farrel (swimming), tion in 18 sports. Games into a festival of sin-
Angelica Roseanu (table
Thus far, - a total of 51 cere peace.
tennis), and Chris von ...........
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Saltza (Swimming) take
part. The big moment came
when Isaac Berger suc-
ceeded in establishing the
first world record on Israeli
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Zionist Definition

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Aryeh Dulzin, chairman of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion Organization Execu-
tive, has rejected Labor
Party criticism that the
Zionist movement is dying.
Dulzin said Zionism "is
not just aliya. A Zionist is
anyone who assists in aliya
to Israel. Even a Zionist
leader who doesn't come on
aliya himself is still a
Zionist because of the hope
that his son or grandson
may come on aliya."



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