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June 23, 1989 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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DEBORAH WALLER

PAUL WEISS

BONNIE CHAR

JASON RICE

North Farmington High School

Berkley High School

North Farmington High School

Andover High School

Eidelman plans to attend
the University of Michigan in
the fall, where she hopes to be
a member of the marching
band. She was Berkley's
nominee for the Daughters of
the American Revolution
Good Citizens award this
year, and winner of the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations Award. At
Berkley, she is a drum major
in the marching band, and is
first chair oboe in the or-
chestra.

Waller will be attending
Brandeis University in the
fall, studying psychology, law
and Spanish. She has re-
ceived a scholarship from the
Detroit Chapter of Phi Beta
Kappa. This year she served
as president of Shira BBG
and is a member of the North
Farmington High School Nor-
thern Chorale and Starlettes.
She is ranked first in her
class.

Weiss will attend the
University of Michigan, and
plans to study medicine and
become a surgeon. Because of
his great interest in math and
science, Weiss has par-
ticipated in the Junior
Science and Humanities
Symposium and in chemistry
and math competitions. Last
year, he received the Bausch
and Lomb honorary science
award. He is also the reci-
pient of a U-M Regents Alum-
ni scholarship.

Char plans to attend the
University of Michigan,
studying either business or
law. She is a three-year
member of the National
Honor Society, vice president
of the junior and senior
classes and has been recog-
nized by the Detroit Associa-
tion of Phi Beta Kappa. She
is also a member of the North
Farmington pom-pon squad
and a Temple Israel High
School graduate.

Rice is enrolled at the
University of Michigan and
plans to study law. At An-
dover, he has been on the
wrestling team for four years
and has received a varsity let-
ter. He is a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society and a
leader of the Care and Share
Club. He has received the
Oakland County Youth and
Guidance Service Award for
his community service work
with Oakland Family Ser-
vices and Pontiac Lighthouse.

RAFAEL MORDECHAI
WAYNTRAUB

WENDY RICHMAN

Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Detroit

Richman will study
literature, science, and the
arts at the University of
Michigan. She is a member of
the National Honor Society,
Phi Beta Kappa, and nominee
for the U-M Regents Alumni
Scholarship. Richman is also
winner of the Foreign
Language Competition and
has been recognized by the
West Bloomfield Optimist
Club. She has played varsity
tennis and junior varsity
softball.

OREN TRAUB

MICHAEL WEISS

North Farmington High School

West Bloomfield High School

Traub plans to attend the
University of Michigan, ma-
joring in pre-medicine. He is
president of the National
Honor Society, a member of
student council, and a
graduate of the Community
Jewish High School. He is
also a National Merit Scholar,1
Phi Beta Kappa, and has
received the U-M Regents
Alumni Award. Traub is the
first student from south-
eastern Michigan to win the
Coca-Cola Scholar award.

Weiss will be pursuing a
double major next fall at the
University of Michigan, stu-
dying both engineering and
literature. He is the Michigan
Math Prize Competition
Bronze Award Winner this
year, a National Merit
Scholarship winner, and reci-
pient of a U-M Regents Alum-
ni Scholarship.
Weiss took first place in the
Greater Detroit Interfaith
Roundtable Essay Contest
and has won numerous
writing contests.

SUSAN KATZ

TAMI RUBIN

MOSHE LIBERMAN

RACHEL FRANCISCO

SCOTT CHUPAK

West Bloomfield High School

West Bloomfield High School

Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Detroit

Berkley High School

Southfield-Lathrup High School

Katz will study interna-
tional affairs, political science
and communications at the
University of Michigan next
year. She has received the
Michigan State Scholarship
for Academic Excellence
Award, the Northwestern Ap-
propriated Grant and the
league of Jewish Women's
Organizations Youth Award.

Rubin will study engineer-
ing and law at the Universi-
ty of Michigan. She is a
member of the National
Honor Society, Phi Beta Kap-
pa, the International Thes-
pian Society and is West
Bloomfield High School
representative for the U.S.
Senate Youth Scholarship.
She is active in student
government and drama.

Liberman's college plans
are undecided but he plans to
continue Hebraic studies in
Israel. He is Phi Beta Kappa,
a Michigan Competitive
Scholarship qualifier and en-
joys Talmud study, reading
and basketball.

Francisco will study music
at the University of
Michigan. She is co-
valedictorian at Berkley and
has received a Robert C. Byrd
Scholarship, and a scholar-
ship in recital performance
from the Birmingham
Musicale. She is captain of
the girls' swim team. She
plays piano, violin, cello and
sings.

Chupak plans to study
engineering at the Universi-
ty of Michigan. He received
the bronze award as a 10th
grader in the Michigan
Mathematics competition,
the silver award in his junior
year and the gold award this
year. Chupak received a U-M
Regents Scholarship, and a
scholarship award from the
Engineering

DOV NATHANIEL
CHELST

Akiva Hebrew Day School

Chelst, a student at Karen
B'Yavneh in Israel this year,
is a 1989 National Merit
Finalist, recipient of the
Robert C. Byrd Honor
Scholarship, the Yeshiva
University Max Stern
Scholars Award, and Silver
Award winner of the 1988
Michigan Mathematics Prize
Competition. He is layout
editor of the yearbook, holds
a black belt in karate, and
plays piano and guitar. His
college plans are undecided.

Wayntraub will be attend-
ing Wayne State University
in the fall on a four-year tui-
tion scholarship, majoring in
engineering. He is Phi Beta
Kappa, class valedictorian,
and a Michigan Competitive
Scholarship qualifier. His in-
terests include electronics,
music, and participatory
sports.

West Bloomfield High School

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

79

EN ERATI • N

LISA EIDELMAN

Berkley High School

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