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October 07, 1988 - Image 46

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1990, which will come at the
NFL owners' meetings.
If a green light is given for
a blue and white kickoff, the
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here," said Amir, "I have no
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as a sports event.
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time and pre-game features in
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finalists in a competition
scheduled several months
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kick competition is also
scheduled with the winner
getting a shot at trying out
with an NFL squad. Israel's
legion of soccer kickers might
indeed provide some future
field goal kickers for the NFL
ranks a la the Gogolaks.
Amir is convinced that the
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impact on Israeli morale and
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel won
no medals at the 24th Olym-
pic Games in Seoul, South
Korea, but several of its
20-member team turned in
respectable performances.
In the Flying Dutchman
class yacht races off Pusan,
Yoel Selah and Eldar Amir
came in fourth out of 22 boats,
missing a bronze medal by on-
ly a few points.
Yaacov Shmuel, who boxed
in the lightweight division
and graded in fifth to eighth
place, made the quarter finals
after a knock-out win.
Shmuel lost a decision to an
Italian pugilist, who went on
to win a gold medal.
In wrestling, Even Bern-
stein made 11th to 13th place
among 22 entrants.
And gymnast Roitel
Sharon, who placed 77th out
of 90 competitors, went on to
become "Miss Popularity" at
an unofficial beauty contest
among the women athletes to
choose a "Miss Olympics."
Meanwhile, Israeli diplo-
mats are confident that
political and economic ties
with South Korea can be
strengthened, now that the
stresses and strains of hosting
the Olympics are over in
Seoul.
The new Israeli am-
bassador, Nahum Eshkol,
presented his credentials to
the South Korean president
shortly before the games
opened last month. Further
contacts were put on hold
because the Koreans were
preoccupied with the Olym-
pics.
The Israelis admit they
made a mistake by closing
their diplomatic mission in
Seoul more than 10 years ago.

The Koreans regarded that
move, done for economic
reasons, as a slight and were
angered further by Israel's
decision to name its resident
ambassador in Tokyo the non-
resident envoy to Korea.
When the Israelis sought to
resume diplomatic and eco-
nomic relations in recent
months, the Koreans put
them off, for fear of antago-
nizing the Arab Olympic par-
ticipants and increasing the
danger of terrorist attacks
during the games.

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Gridiron Mo
Key 5-0 Hawks

Among the key senior
starters leading the top-
ranked Farmington Harrison
football team this season are
two-way lineman Dale Katz,
6-foot-6, 230 pounds; tight
end/safety Bryan Wauldron,
6-2, 170; and cornerback
Jason Lichtman, 5-10, 144.
Coach John Herrington
says Katz is "doing an ex-
cellent job on offense and he's
been good on defense. Better
on offense. But with his size
and his strength he's a
definite (college) prospect.
We're rated number one (in
Class B) and he's one of the
reasons . . . He's really good
on the pass blocking. It's very
difficult to get around him!'
Wauldron, Harrison's
player-of-the-week three
times in the first five games,
leads the team in receptions.
Herrington reports that
Wauldron has shown good
hands both offensively and
defensively. "In one game
alone he caught passes for
over 200 yards, and had a big

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