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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-29

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SPORTS

Detroit Maccabi Team
Wins Medals In Toronto

Two young women swim-
mers grabbed the most med-
als for Detroit at the North
American Maccabi Youth
Games in Toronto last week.
Michigan age group cham-
pion Linda Goldstein took
five gold medals and a silver,
competing in the 12-year-old
girls' division. Goldstein won
gold medals in the 100 and
200 meter freestyles, the 100
meter backstroke, 200 meter
individual medley and on the
12-14 medley relay. She
placed second in the 100
meter butterfly.
Dena Bernstein, daughter
of Detroit coach Herb Berns-
tein, took a gold, three silvers
and a bronze in the 13-14-
year-old girls' division.
Bernstein placed second in
the 100 meter butterfly and
third in the 200 meter butter-
fly, and swam on the winning
4x50 meter medley relay, and
won silver medals with the
4x50 and 4x100 meter frees-
tyle relays.
Two sisters, Nicole and
Michelle Mantel, won four
medals apiece in table tennis
and racquetball.
The Maccabi Youth Games
drew more than 2,000
athletes from cities though-
out North and South
America, as well as teams of
Jewish youths from Australia
and Israel. Other Detroit
medal winners included:
Swimming
13-14 year old girls
Erica Rice, silver, 4 x 50
meter freestyle relay; silver,
4 x 100 meter freestyle relay.
Ann Schwartzberg, gold, 4
x 50 meter medley relay;
silver, 4 x 50 meter freestyle
relay; silver, 4 x 100 meter
freestyle relay.
Rachel Erdstein, gold, 4 x
50 meter medley relay; silver,
4 x 50 meter freestyle relay;
silver, 4 x 100 meter freestyle
relay.
Gymnastics
Laurie Sugar ,gold, balance

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beam; silver, all around;
silver, vault.
Meryl Bender, bronze,
parallel bars.
Tennis
Jenniver Goldfarb, gold,
doubles.
Scott Castlemen, bronze,
singles.
Racquetball
Nicole Mantel, bronze.
Table Tennis
Michelle Mantel, gold, girls
open singles; gold, girls open
doubles; gold, open mixed
doubles; bronze, team event.
Nicole Mantel, gold, girls
open doubles; bronze, girls
open singles; bronze, mixed
doubles.
Leslie Rubin, bronze, girls
open doubles. •
Aaron Rocklin, bronze,
mixed doubles; bronze, boys
15-16 doubles.
Adam Forman, bronze,
boys 15-16 doubles.
Track and Field
15-16 year old girls
Missy Warnick, bronze, 400
meter.
12-14 year old girls
Leila Franklin, Jennifer
Weine, Andrea Devenow and
Sandy Rockind, silver, 4 x
100 meter relay.
Nancy Reifler, bronze, 1500
meter; gold, 3000 meter.
Boys Softball
The team-won- a bronze
medal: Jason Appleman,
Craig Aronoff, Robert
Blacher, Jeff Goldman, Jeff
Goldman, Steve Goldman,
Gabin Hertz, Todd Kaluzny,
David Katowsky, Gabe
Levitt, Jeff Silk and Steve
Zeldes. ,
Girls Softball
The team won a bronze
medal: Sandra Alspector,
Julie Blacher, Julie Ann Col-
lis, Erin Einhorn, Lorie Er-
lich, Terri Gruca, Kim
Gurcki, Renee Himelhoch,
Laurie Jeross, Nicole Kac-
zander, Julie Komorn, Nicole
Rudolph and Pam Shifman.

The Special Ma
Of Jewish Bon

LARRY ROCKIND

Special to The Jewish News

T

his is a story about
togetherness, of Klal
Yisrael. In these sad
days, when it seems that all
we read about are the deep
and great divisions which
have befallen our people, the
recent visit by the Ven-
ezuelan Maccabi team to De-
troit seems to reassure that,
at least here, wer are still
one people.
Detroit youth have been
preparing for the past year
for last week's Maccabi youth

Larry Rockind is president of
Cong. B'nai Moshe.

games in Toronio. Last held
in Detroit two years ago, the
event brings Jewish kids
from all over North America,
Israel and South American
countries together in a junior
Olympics.
Four weeks before the
game, the call went out to
the Detroit Jewish commu-
nity that the Venezuelan
team was coming to Detroit
to practice before Toronto.
Could we host' them, feed
them, entertain them?
Our family received two
16-year-old boys from
Caracas — Stephane and Ab-
raham. Not all the Ven-
ezuelans could speak English.
And there were other prob-
lems: Orthodox kids staying
in non-observant homes, for

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