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September 02, 1988 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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Dena Swims
Past Goal

JEFF SEIDEL

Special to The Jewish News

D

etroit swimming
coach Herb Bern-
stein, asked about his
daughter Dena's performance
at the North American Mac-
cabi Youth Games, shook his
head in amazement.
"I thought that she was
peaking and that she might
explode here," he said. "But I
didn't think it'd be like this."
This was the six golds and
two silvers Dena won as she
dominated the 15-16 girls'
swimming events last week,
held at the University of
Illinois-Chicago campus pool.
Dena previously won four
silver and two bronze medals
in the 1984 Detroit games,
plus two gold, silver and
bronze medals in Toronto two
years ago.
Still, she seemed a bit
shocked by what she did in
Chicago. "I wanted to do
well," she said, shaking her
head. "I was really psyched."
Bernstein said that her big-
gest boost was winning the
200 meter butterfly in
Michigan's short course swim
meet earlier this year.
"Winning there (really)
helped my confidence," she
said.
Bernstein, a junior at Birm-
ingham Groves High School,
said she tried to keep a level
head in Chicago, even as the
gold kept flowing.
"I think of it as, they all can
beat me," she said. "I have to
swim the best race of my life
to win."
She continued, "I was con-
fident that I could win. I was
trying to hold back; I knew
that I had it."
Herb Bernstein tried to
keep the pressure off of Dena
from the start. "The goal was
to place and to get a medal?'
Her goal now is to go to the
Maccabiah Games in Israel
next July. The U.S. team will
be selected according to the
swimmers' best times.

I ROUND UP I

Youngs Win
Tennis Doubles

Chuck and Ava Young won
the mixed doubles tennis
championship in a tourna-
ment sponsored by Ford, Aug.
19-21, at the Detroit Tennis
and Squash Club.
The area competition is the
second step toward a national
championship, which begins
in September at the Sad-
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resort in 'Pampa Bay, Fla. By
winning the area tourna-
ment, the Youngs receive an
all-expense paid trip to the
national competition.
The amateur event, called
the Ford Sports Tennis Cham-
pionships, is divided into two
divisions. The Youngs trium-
phed in the lower division,
winning a 6-2, 6-1 final. They
lost in the final of last year's
event and were seeded first
this time. They earned a bye,
then won a match by default
before reeling off four con-
secutive two-set victories.
"It was a beautiful
weekend," said Ava Young.
Ava, 39, says she has "always
loved athletics." She has
played tennis for 13 years.
Her husband, Chuck, 42, is a
podiatrist who has played
since he was in high school.

Youth Sports
Sign-Up Begins

Registration is open for Oak
Park's zone soccer (ages 6-8),
regulation soccer (ages 9 &
10, 11 & 12, 13 & 14), and flag
football (ages 10-12) fall youth
programs.
There is a charge. Register
at the Oak Park Community
Center, 14300 Oak Park
Blvd., Monday through
Thursday 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m. and
Friday 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Registra-
tion deadline dates: Soccer-
Sept. 16; Flag football-Sept. 9.
For information call the
department of recreation,
545-6400.

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Work To Begin
On JCC Building

A
groundbreaking
ceremony is set for 5:30 p.m.
next Wednesday for the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center's new recrea-
tion building.
Ed and Shirley Rosenberg,
the donors who got the project
started financially, will turn
the first shovel of dirt.
The project was announced
in late winter. Although
Center officials initially
hoped to break ground in the
spring, executive director
Mort Plotnick said there were
no major problems which
caused the delay. "It was just
a question of getting all the
pieces together?'
The recreation center will
be located where the old ten-
nis bubble stood. It will be an
important part of the North
American Maccabi Youth
Games in 1990, helping
Detroit officials keep the
event more centralized than it
was when Detroit played host
to the 1984 games.

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