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June 09, 1989 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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Mr. Platza

Continued from preceding page

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I was able to pay my bills."
Last year, CMI owner Ray
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job.
He accepted and was re-
united with several former
Oakland Bathhouse clients
who had moved to the
Southfield health club.
Sanders said his first six
months as "Mr. Platza" at
CMI have been wonderful.
"One of the things I like
about this job is it allows me
a certain amount of freedom
and flexibility. I work from
about 3 p.m. until 8:30 p.m."
Since his illness, Sanders
has also turned to God. Every
Saturday morning he drives

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from his log cabin in Holly to
the Southfield apartment of
his 83-year-old aunt, Ceil
Jonas, and escorts her to Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek.
"After synagogue, we always
go out to lunch," Jonas said.
"He's so gentle and compas-
sionate. When he talks to me,
he looks at me as if I were the
only person in the world."
Sanders said he has learned
much from his illness and the
Saturday morning excursions
to synagogue.
"I don't know how long I'm
going to live, but I know I'm
going to enjoy the days that I
have left, living my life one
day at a time," he admitted.
"Giving platzas and making
people feel good is how I'd like
to live the rest of my life."

MSU's Appelboom
Ready For Maccabiah

MICHELLE COHEN

Special to The Jewish News

B

elgian native Sid
Appelboom has swum
so many yards in
preparing for the summer
Maccabiah games in Israel he
already could have swum his
way there.
The 22-year-old Michigan
State breaststroker, an
economics major, spends
about 20 hours a week in the
pool. Five times a week, Ap-
pelboom wakes up before the
sun rises for his morning
workout. He then looks for-
ward to a two-hour practice
every afternoon, including
Saturdays.
But, Appelboom said, it is
well worth the effort.
"It's going to be fun," he
said. "You get to meet a lot of
people."
Appelboom, who repre-
sented Belgium seven years
ago in the Maccabiah, said he
will probably hold his coun-
try's flag in this year's open-
ing ceremony July 3.
Although he did not place
in any events eight years ago,
Appelboom said he is more
confident this time about
winning the 100-meter and
200-meter breaststroke.
"Some good athletes are go-
ing to be there," Appelboom-
said. "It's going to be a good
meet. But I'd be kind of disap-
pointed if I didn't win."
Appelboom, who placed
11th overall at the 1988 Sum-
mer Olympics in Seoul, is in-
spired to swim well in his
events. He said if he does
swim well, he has a good
chance of sponsors supporting
his continuing to swim for
Belgium.
Appelboom also gets a little

inspiration from his friends.
Friends "get up with me
early in the morning and
push me out the door," Ap-
pelboom laughed.
Appelboom's dedication has
paid off. He holds many swim-
ming honors, including
membership on the world
university team. He is also

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Sid Appelboom:
More confident now.

the Belgian national cham-
pion in the 100-meter
backstroke, the 100-meter
breaststroke and the
200-meter breaststroke, and
is a member of the national
champion 200-meter in-
dividual medley team. His
1:05.2 in the 100 breast and
2:18 in the 200 breast are
Belgian records.
At Michigan State, the four-
year letterman holds the var-
sity record of 1:59.43 in the
200-meter breaststroke. He is
also a two-time All-American.
Appelboom plans to
graduate in December and
then go back to Belgium,
where he hopes to swim for a
couple of years before starting
a business career.



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