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April 07, 1989 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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I SPORTS I

Stollman Takes Third
In NCAA Sabre

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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1989

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WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
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irmingham native Da-
vid Stollman took
third place in sabre at
the NCAA fencing champion-
ships in Chicago in March.
Stollman, a sophomore at
the University of Penn-
sylvania, was 16-2 during the
championship tournament,
losing only to the first- and
second-place fencers by 10-8
scores. He won his first 14
bouts before losing to the
eventual champion. After two
more wins, Stollman was edg-
ed in his final bout. Had he
reversed either of his losses,
Stollman would have fought
for first place.
"It was close," said Yuri
Rabinovich, Stollman's local
coach. "He could have finish-
ed first, second or third."
Rabinovich attended the meet
as a University of Detroit
coach, but he gave Stollman
advice and encouragement
when he could.
"He was fencing very well,"
said Rabinovich. "He didn't
lose a bout until late in the
final. It was very tough com-
petition. We feel he really
started something —
everything started clicking
. . . He fenced very smart,
very confident."
Earlier, Stollman won the
prestigious International
Fencing Association event,
known as the Eastern,
beating fencers from the top
schools in the east.
Stollman travelled home
from Philadelphia to work
with Rabinovich for several
days before the Eastern meet
and again before the NCAA
final. "For that short a period
it was more like a tune-up,"
said Rabinovich. He said
Stollman also benefited
psychologically from the cram
courses he received from his
fencing professor.
Stollman will fence in a U.S.
national circuit competition
in Boston this month, then in
the U.S. national champion-
ships in June. His goal is to
earn enough U.S. circuit
points to receive a berth on
the U.S. Maccabiah team. The
team will be selected after the
Boston meet, the weekend of
April 29.
Three fencers will likely be
selected, according to U.S.
Maccabiah fencing chairman
Jeffrey Bukantz. The exact
standings are not available,
but Bukantz believed that
Stollman was in the top three
after the NCAA. "He's in real
good shape to make the

team," Bukantz said, adding,
"It's not etched in stone."
Rabinovich, who sees
Stollman as Olympic
material, will work with
Stollman this summer to
"reinforce" the skills
Stollman has learned. He will
"start with the basics and go
from there." ❑

T-Ball Sign-Up
Has Begun

The Oak Park recreation
department has opened T-
Ball registration for 7 and
8-year-old boys and 7, 8 and
9-year-old girls.
Players must fill out a con-
tract at the Community
Center, 14300 Oak Park
Blvd., by May 12. To be eligi-
ble, youngsters must be of
qualifying age as of Dec. 1,
1989. Boys and girls will be
assigned to teams, establish-
ed on a neighborhood basis,
which will begin practice by
mid-May or early June.
Players will be notified of
their first practices by their
coaches. League play will
begin in mid-June and all
games will be played on week-
day evenings or weekend mor-
nings during a seven-week
period. Adult coaches are also
needed.
For information, contact the
recreation department,
545-6400.

Jewish Vets'
Bowling Scores

High Series
Rich Grossman
719
Jack Geer
695
High Games
Rich Grossman
268-267
Jack Geer
260-237
Jerry Superstine
233-204
Allen Klegon
224
Steve Hoberman 223-218
Mitch Epstein
212
Herb Benson
210
Joe Grossman
203
Carl Berlin
201
Marc Fagenson
201
Jeff Lutz
200
David Margolis
200

B'nai B'rith
Basketball

A League
Brotherhood 1
Detroit 2
Downtown Fox 1
Detroit 1
Brotherhood 2
Tikvah
B League
Pisgah 2

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5
5
3
2
1

0
3
3
5
6
7

7

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