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October 17, 1986 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-17

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more playing time on de-
fense. And three weeks ago,
he played the entire game in
the defensive backfield.
"He's a hard hitter, works
hard and is a tough tackler,"
said North Farmington foot-
ball coach James O'Leary.
"He shows leadership qual-
ities and handles himself
very well. He plays with a lot
of intensity and gives it ev-
erything he's got all the
Demeter is also used as a
blocking back for teammate
Selzer, who is being recruited
by many colleges. "Scott is a
very good guy ... I give a
good block and get credit for
it," said Demeter. "Some-
times they key on Scott and I
get the ball and go."
"Brad is not a jealous per-
son," said O'Leary. "He takes
pride in what he does. Brad
does like to run with the
ball." Demeter was used more
as a running back last year,
but with Selzer on the squad
Coach O'Leary had to. make
some adjustments. "At first
Brad handled the changes
rough," explained O'Leary.
"But now he has dealt with
the situation well."
Demeter has also earned
the respect of his fellow
teammates. He was selected
one of the co-captains, along
with Matt Garber, before the
season began. "I was sur-
prised and happy to be
selected," said Demeter. "I
was not expecting that to
happen. Our team is close
and we have a lot of great
athletes on the team."

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The Raiders improved their
season record to 5-1 following
a- 22-14 victory over
Plymouth Salem Oct. 11.
Their only loss of the season
came against Livonia Steven-
son when the Raiders fum-
bled in their own end zone
and Stevenson recovered the
ball for a touchdown, winning
"I would like to win the
league title this year," added
Demeter. "My all time dream
is to play in the state high
school championship game.
But my main goal is to give
100 percent each time I play
and to do my best every time
I'm on the football field."
One of Demeter's biggest
thrills in his football career
occurred when he was in the
eighth grade. His team,
North Farmington-West
Bloomfield Vikings, beat the
Southfield Jayhawks who had
not lost a game in eight
years. The Vikings went on
to an undefeated season. His
biggest thrill in high school
was the victory this year over
arch-rival John Glenn.
Demeter would like to
attend Michigan State Uni-
versity next fall, but his foot-
ball career may be over at
the end of the high school
season. "I would like to play
football in college, but my
size may hurt my chances."
said the Farmington Hills
resident. "If I get offered a
scholarship to play football
anywhere, I would jump at
the opportunity. But first I
would like to finish my final
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New York (JTA) — Luis
Alberto Monge, former Presi-
dent of Costa Rica, Per
Ahlmark, former Deputy
Prime Minister of Sweden,
and Rabbi Eliahu Essas, a
Soviet refusenik now living in
Israel, are the co-recipients of
the 1986 . $100,000 Defender
of Jerusalem Award, it was
announced last week by Eryk
Spektor, chairman of the
Jabotinsky Foundation,
sponsor of the prize.
When Luis Alberto Monge
became President of Costa
Rica in 1982, one of his
actions was to transfer the
Costa Rican Embassy in
israel from Tel Aviv back to
Per Ahlmark has been the
Deputy President of the
Swedish-Israeli Friendship
League since 1970. He served
as member of the Parliamen-
tary Assembly of the Council
of Europe in Strasbourg from
1971 to 1976 and then as
Rapporteur on Soviet Jewry.
In 1983, he founded the
Swedish Committee Against
Anti-Semitism, the first body
of its kind in Sweden.

Eliahu Essas, a mathema-
tician and physicist, applied
in 1973 to leave the Sovil
Union with his wife and fami-
ly. Their application was
refused, and he was dismissed
from his univeristy position.
Originally not involved in the
Soviet Jewish community, he
increasingly immersed him-
self in the Jewish culture and
emigration movements, and
under extremely difficult con-
ditions, became an ordained
rabbi. He became a fearless
advocate of the right of
Soviet Jews to learn Hebrew
and Jewish history.

Begin Hurt

Jerusalem — Former
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin recently broke a rib
when he fell getting out of
bed. He was treated in the
emergency room of Shaare
Zedek Hospital.
Begin, 73, has been in sec-
lusion in his Yefe Nof apart-
ment since leaving office in

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