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June 07, 1985 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-07

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Friday, June 7, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

' ROSEWOOD • TEAK • LEATHER • HOME • OFFICE

THE KNITTING NOOK

WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA

junior at the University of
Tennessee and a graduate of
Southfield-Lathrup High
School, where he finished
second in the two-mile in the
state meet and was his
team's most valuable player
in track and cross country
his senior year. Tennessee
finished third in the NCAA
cross country championships,
with Krafsure turning in the
team's second best time.
Jack Front's days as an
athlete are long gone, but
the 50-year-old physical
therapist says he's "excited
and honored" at being chosen
one of the trainers for the
Maccabiah Games.
"I've been interested in
athletics all my life," he
says. "A very close friend of
mine is a physician with the
Maccabiah Games and he
asked me if I would be in-
terested. I will be working
with several physicians and
several teams, providing
training needs of the
athletes. If they need medi-
cal care I will screen them
for the physicians."
Front says he long has
been aware of the Maccabiah
Games and says last year's
Youth Games "created
enlightenment in the Detroit
area."
"The Games ... are more
than an athletic competition.
They're a cultural experi-
ence," says Robert E. Spivak,
general chairman of the U.S.
Maccabiah Committee and
president of the USCSFI.

A typical day for an
athlete during his or her
two-week stay in Israel,
Spivak says, "may include a
climb up Masada with an
experienced guide in the
morning, a basketball game
in the late afternoon, and a
speech by the President of
Israel following dinner."
The concept of the Maccabi
movement was introduced in
1898 in Basel, Switzerland,
at the first Zionist conven-
tion under the leadership of
Dr. Theodor Herzl, who said:
"Join together, young men,
we need you. Train not only
your spirit, but your muscles
as well. Be strong and up-
right, and study diligently
and enthusiastically. We
shall need your strength and
your knowledge. I believe
that a new and wonderful
generation of Jews will arise.
The sons of Maccabees will
return to life."
Joining him in establish-
ing the Maccabi Movement
was Dr. Max Nordau, a

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