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May 17, 1991 - Image 137

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-17

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AYALA SPERKA..

JONATHAN STARKMAN

MELANIE TOPPER

BRADLEY TRIVAX

Sperka will spend a year in
Israel studying for certifica-
tion to teach Hebrew and
religious studies. She is Phi-
Beta Kappa, a Michigan
Competitive Scholarship
qualifier, and a National
Merit finalist. She volunteers
at Borman Hall and the
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments, and leads a Bnos
Agudath Israel youth group.
She is a member of the school
drama group and yearbook
staff.

Starkman is a member of the
National Honor Society, the
Spanish Club, the Spanish
National Honor Society, and
is a Rennsalaer Polytechnic
Institute math/science medal
winner. He was a 1990 Op-
timist Award winner and a
representative in the Oak-
land County Science Sym-
posium. He played varsity
baseball and soccer. He com-
peted in the Maccabi Youth
Games and will attend the
University of Michigan.

Topper plans to study
medicine at the University of
Michigan. She was a member
of the student council and the
National Honor Society, and
has been involved in dance,
modeling and charity work.

Trivax will attend the
University of Michigan, and
plans a career in medicine. He
is president of the National
Honor Society, Phi Beta Kap-
pa, secretary of the senior
class, a member of the varsity
soccer team and student
representative to the South-
field Board of Education. He is
in the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization and enjoys
sports and speaking Hebrew.

CHERYL WALLER

KEVIN WEISS

MICHAEL WIDLANSKY

Waller will attend Brandeis
University. She is a National
Honor Society member and
Phi Beta Kappa, yearbook
editor and captain of the var-
sity soccer team. In soccer,
she has twice been all-
division, three times all-area
honorable mention and best
forward award, and the team's
leading scorer for four years.
She plans to play soccer at
Brandeis. She has been active
in Shira BBG and served as
convention coordinator.

Weiss, summa cum laude at
West Bloomfield, will attend
the University of Michigan
College of Engineering. He is
a member of the National
Honor Society, Students
Against Drunk Driving, and
is Phi Beta Kappa. He has
played in the marching band,
jazz band, pit band and sym-
phony band, and helped lead
youth services at Congrega-
tion Beth Shalom.

Widlansky will attend Stan-
ford University. He played
Andover baseball, was edito-
rials editor on the newspaper,
was on the debate team and
volunteered at Sinai Hospi-
tal. He was president and co-
founder of the Wilsonian
Democrats club and a
member of the AZA for two
years. He is Phi Beta Kappa
and was a National Merit
Scholarship commended
student.

Beth Jacob

North Farmington

Berkley

West Bloomfield

West Bloomfield

Andover

Southfield-Lathrup

SUSAN WOLF

Country Day

A.

Wolf will attend Yale
University next fall. Last
year, she won the Edgar
Bronfman Youth Fellowship
Award for outstanding
young Jewish leaders. At
Country Day, she has been
active for four years in
musical and drama produc-
tions, as well as two choral
groups. She has also been an
editor for the school
newspaper for three years,
winning numerous jour-
nalism awards.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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