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September 09, 1988 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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Best wishes to all our customers
for a happy and healthy
New Year

Bloomfield Hills
25 W. Long Lake Rd. 32440 Franklin Rd.

West Bloomfield
5839 W. Maple

1988 • 5749

To All Our

Friends, Customers & Relatives

A Happy, Healthy & Prosperous


from The Milen Family

"more than
just a car


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wasn't the best thing to eat
after dieting down from my
normal weight of 160
Seras won an Eastern
Greco-Roman title as a high
school sophomore. As a senior
he competed in the Junior
World Championships in
Nebraska, but sprained an
ankle before the meet and
wound up fourth.
His mother, Sheila Seras,
says her son could have earn-
ed a partial scholarship to
Purdue University, but chose
to stay nearby and go to
Albany State University
because of his admiration for
Coach Joe DeMeo. Seras was
a four-time NCAA Division
HI All-America. After gradua-
tion he lost his Olympic berth
to long-time rival Jim Mar-
tinez, who won the Bronze
Medal in Los Angeles.
"I- work out three times
each day," Seras says. "In the
morning it's running,
aerobics or basketball; in the
afternoon, wrestling drills; in
the evening, regular hard
wrestling. The proof of Coach
DeMeo is that in the final
Olympic trials, our club had
finalists in five of the ten
weight classes."
In Greco-Roman style
wrestling, the wrestler cannot
use his legs offensively or
defensively, only for support.
"It's one step up from college
wrestling' Seras says. "It's
more violent than freestyle
wrestling, more of an all-out
fight . . . but with strategy.
"You have to be 'wilder' in
Greco-Roman than college
Just back from training
with the Russian Olympic
wrestlers in Leningrad, Seras
also competed in Romania.
No matter what happens in-
Seoul, he's not ready to retire
after finally making it to the
"I'm taking it one year at a
time. My weight hasn't
changed in the last seven
years, and now it gets easier
to lose the 11 pounds for a
tournament. My religion has
taught me discipline. I know
I can't let myself get more
than five pounds above 149.5
near the time of a tourna-
ment, or I won't feel as well
after I take it off.
"After the Olympics — I'll
be wrestling Sept. 20-22 — I'll
be aiming for the World Cup
wrestling, about two weeks
later. After that I'll be taking
it one year at a time, but I'm
sure not ready to retire yet."

In Triathlon

Michael and Rachel Hert-
zberg of Temple Israel, West



Bloomfield, competed in the
Tri-Kids Youth Triathlon, on
Aug. 28 in Ann Arbor.
Rachel competed in the
11-14 age group, finishing a
2-kilometer Run/4K
Bike/200-meter Swim.
Michael took first place for
7-8-year-old boys, completing
a 1K Run/2K Bike/100M
Proceeds for the event went
to the Arthritis Foundtion.

Run Set
At Wayne St.

Hundreds of runners will
fill the streets on Sept. 25 for
the Mad Anthony Wayne
Run. The run is sposored by
the Wayne State University
Alumni Association and Cir-
ca 1890 Saloon in conjunction
with the Detroit Festival of
The one mile and 10
kilometer courses begin at
Cass and Ferry Mall. Both
runs are open to all ages and
the top three male and female
winners in each age group wil
receive medallions.
Starting time for the one
mile run is 8:30 a.m.; the 10K
run will begin at 9 a.m. Par-
ticipants may check in at
Alumni House at 8 a.m. Free
parking is available in area
For information, call the
WSU Alumni House at


Meet Due
For B And P

The Business and Profes-
sional Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will have a meeting
Wednesday at the Whitehall
Apts. club house. There will
be a musical program, "Hats
Off to Irving Berlin"
presented by Phyllis Bratt,
Celia Dzodin and Dorothy
Prospective members are
welcome. Refreshments will
be served. There is a nominal

Harmony ORT
Has Road Rally

Harmony Chapter, Women's
American ORT, presents a
fundraising photo road rally/
scavenger hunt. Meet at Ap-
plegate Square parking lot at
7 p.m. Sept. 24.
Each car is responsible for
bringing one Polaroid
camera, two packs of film,
flashlight, pens, paper, Scotch
tape, snacks. Non-ORT

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