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May 06, 1988 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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from the Center.
As with last year, the games
will be open to developmen-
tally disabled Jews of all ages.
The Hall of Fame will provide
the funds.
The events will take place
at the Stuart Sachse Athletic
Field and Camp Ruth II site
at the Center. Opening
ceremonies are scheduled for
11 a.m. The games will run
until approximately 4 p.m.
There will be a closing
ceremony and dinner/dance in
Shiffman Hall, beginning at
7:30 p.m., for the athletes,
their parents, plus the Hall of
Fame and JCC organizers
and community volunteers.

The games will likely in-
clude the same program as
last year, with competition in
track and field, swimming,
wheelchair events, basket-
ball, kickball and relay races.
Every participant will get a
ribbon. The top three
finishers in each event will
receive a medal. The Manny
Maizel Trophy will again be
awarded for best athlete of
the day in each of four
categories — young adult
male and female as - well as
adult male and female.

For information, contact
Leanie Gunsberg,
661-1000. ❑

Franklin's New Swim
Club Membership
Gives You
Plenty Of Strokes.


Players choose up sides for a recent softball game at an annual picnic
of the Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel.


The recent article profiling
the 1988 Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame inductees
should have mentioned that
Leonard Brose's mother,
Jean, lives with his father in
the Ft. Lauderdale area.

Goldstein In
National Meet

Linda Goldstein made a
respectable showing in the re-
cent Girl's Junim National
Short Course swim meet in
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Goldstein,
who just turned 14, competed
against swimmers aged 18-
and-under. Her best in-
dividual finish was in the 200
individual medley, where she
placed 44th at 2: 0.62. There
were approximately 120
swimmers in each event.
Goldstein was 51st in the 400
IM at 4:38.29. Shy also swam
in the 100 freestyle (52.95)
and 200 freestyle (1:56.07).
Goldstein's team placed 15th
in the 400 freestyle relay and

19th in the 800 freestyle
Goldstein, who will attend
West Bloomfield High School
this fall, now begins training
for the summer long-course
season. She will face a dif-
ficult decision in August,
because the long-course
Junior Nationals take place
the same week as the North
American Maccabi Games.

Tennis Decision

India, which tried to cancel
its Davis Cup tennis match
with Israel last year, has
forfeited this year's match
rather than send its team to
Tel Aviv this month.
Indian Prime Minister Ra-
jiv Gandhi announced last
month that his nation would
not play the match, as a pro-
test against recent
developments in the West
Bank and Gaza.
India backed down from its
decision last year and played
host to the Davis Cup contest

Whether you're into laps or lounging, Franklin' s.. nov
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For one low fee, you can enjoy Franklin's ne
up the sun in our comfortable chaise loungi
outdoor bar and grill. Or cool off with


You'll also enjoy use of our tennis
restaurant and bar, free hair dryers,
Franklin the Mid

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orkout facility.

If this sounds like the str
Northwestern Highway,
at 352-80


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hing laps around the pool.

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