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July 21, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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I SPORTS I

Maccabiah

Continued from preceding page

Yisrael, decried the transfor-
mation of Israel's holiest site
into an "olympic stadium."
But police said it was like-
ly one of their own smoke
grenades had detonated.
The Maccabiah this year-
drew more than 4,000
athletes from 44 contries.
The 50 athletes from Soviet
Lithuania attracted the most

sea

attention among the foreign
squads. It was the first time
the Soviet Union was
represented at a Maccabiah
since the contest began in
Palestine in 1932.
But in terms of medals, the
Lithuanians finished second
to last, garnering one silver
and one bronze. Last place
was occupied by Ireland. ❑

Maccabiah Medals
Winners

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Israel
USA
Canada
Brazil
Australia
Britain
Mexico
World Team A
Hungary
Argentina
France
Holland
Venezuela
Austria
Italy
Panama
Belgium
Sweden
West Germany
World Team B
Chile
Denmark
Lithuania
Ireland
Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Total
258
199
70
31
29
26
20
18
15
14
10
6
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
1

Gold
97
74
16
15
10
NA
2
10
4
0
4
1
4
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
0

Silver Bronze

82
73
21
9
8
NA

NA

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4
5
7
3
1
0
2
1
4
0
1
1
2
0
0
1
1

13
4
6
7
3
4
1
2
3
0
2
0
2
1
1
1
1
0

79
52
33
7

1

NA denotes breakdown not available.

Club Members Prepare
For Annual Net Meets

RICHARD PEARL

Staff Writer

R

oger Fenton, Tam
O'Shanter Country
Club's tennis co-
champion in both mixed and
men's doubles, is expected to
have his best chance ever to
lose his perennial
"bridesmaid" status in the
men's singles this year.
Fenton's quest is one of the
highlights of the annual in-
traclub net competitions at
each of the three area country
clubs — Tam, Franklin Hills
and Knollwood — which heat
up in August and September.
Fenton, who's in his 40s,
has been singles runner-up
the past eight years, finishing
second the last two years to
Dan Werner, according to
Tam tennis professional
Larry Peterson. But Werner
will be on his honeymoon
when Tam's singles tourna-
ment concludes Labor Day,
Sept. 4, and Bill Serman,
who'd held the title before
Werner, has retired from
singles competition.

Fenton and Lori Wayne will
defend their mixed doubles ti-
tle the weekend of Aug. 19-20.
And Fenton and Serman will
begin seeking their ninth
consecutive men's doubles
crown in August.
The semifinals in Tam's
men's and women's doubles
will be Aug. 26-27, with the
finals for both on Labor Day.
Candy Sherman and Lorie _
Horowitz are the defending
women's doubles champs
while Horowitz is the defen-
ding women's singles titlist.
Franklin Hills kicks off its
tennis tourney schedule with
mixed doubles Aug. 5-6; men's
and women's doubles Aug.
12-13; B Division men's and
women's singles Aug. 19-20
and A Division men's and
women's singles Aug. 26-27.

Scott Rose, 17, who deposed
Norman Pappas as men's "A"
champion last year, will de-
fend his title next month, ac-
cording to Phil Norville,
Franklin's tennis profes-
sional. Chief competition is
expected from Pappas, who's
in his early 40's; former "A"

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