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Association, is a member of
the U.S. team going to the
World University Games in
Germany this year. If he can
reach the top five in the U.S.,
he'll make the 1992
Olympics.
Swimmer Dan Israel of Ann
Arbor dislocated his right
shoulder during practice but
still took fourth place in the
200-meter butterfly and
finished among the top six in
the 200-meter freestyle. He
won the preliminaries in both
events.
Israel, a Brown University
graduate, scratched from the
1,500-meter free and
100-meter fly. He won a silver
and a bronze medal in the
1985 Maccabiah.
Dan Goldberg, three-time
tennis All-American at the
University of Michigan,
reached the quarter-finals in
the Maccabiah and the semi-
finals in the men's and mix-
ed doubles, thus earning two
bronze medals.

Masters squash player
Perle was a quarterfinalist in
his second Maccabiah but the
U.S. team won no medals.
"The U.S. doesn't play the
international game," said
Perle. "We have narrower
courts and use a smaller,
harder ball. Most of us are
hardball players and so we're
at a distinct disadvantage?'
Two Grand Masters tennis
players who fared very well
were Bill Jacobs, 70, and Max
Sheldon, 72, both of Farm-
ington Hills. In the first year
for the 65-and-over division,
they came home with team
gold medals.
Jacobs went 4-2 in his mat-
ches, losing tiebreakers to the
No. 1 and 2 Israeli players.
Sheldon, the oldest athlete in
the Maccabiah, finished with
three wins and two losses.
Former West Bloomfield
resident Merrick Firestone of
Scottsdale, Ariz., was a
member of the bronze-medal
winning U.S. rugby team. 0

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ne might say that
Knollwood Country
Club has the golf
situation covered from head
to toe.
First, there's Bradley Klein,
a psychiatrist, who'll be in the
role of defending champion
when the first round of the
West Bloomfield club's an-
nual men's tournament
begins Saturday.
Klein's
there's
Then
podiatrist brother Jeff, who's
expected to be among the
leading challengers for the
title.
Brad Klein's quest for a se-
cond consecutive crown is a
highlight of the golf tourney
scene that will unfold in
August and September at the
area's three clubs.
At Tam O'Shanter, Stuart
Young will be seeking his
sixth title when qualifying
begins Aug. 5-6, while at
Franklin Hills the same
weekend, Mike Kukes will
begin his quest for an 11th
crown.
Among the women, Ruth
Ann Brodsky will be going for
her seventh straight cham-
pionship at Tam; Julie
Korotkin will be seeking
what is believed to be her
13th title at Franklin Hills

and Roberta Madorsky will
be seeking her third straight
crown at Knollwood.
Women's flight play begins
at Franklin Aug. 22 and con-
cludes the 25th; Knollwood's
is Aug. 24-25 and Tam's is
Labor Day weekend.
The brothers Klein carry
3-handicaps at Knollwood.
Competition in the match
play event is anticipated from
former winner Doug Kay, a
par golfer, as well as from
another former club titlist,
David Madorsky. Jim Barnett
and Marvin Aronovitz also
should be in the fray, accor-
ding to Knollwood golf pro
John Molenda.

But the one the Knollwood
field doesn't have to worry
about when the finals arrive
Aug. 13, said Molenda, is
25-year-old fellow member
Josh Mondry, winner of last
fall's Golf Association of
Michigan championship and
runner-up in the state
amateur meet. Mondry, who
is nationally ranked, has
taken himself out of club
competition.
From the women's tees at
Knollwood, Mindi Fynke is
expected to test Madorsky,
who has won at least five club
crowns overall.
At Tam O'Shanter, a field of
about 40 golfers is expected to
try to qualify for the Labor

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