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July 29, 1994 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-29

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RAYMOND WEIL

GENEVE

On The Beam And
Other Success Stories

STEVE STEIN STAFF WRITER

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the world of sports:

JODIE ROSENBERG fin-
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nior open optional division at the
United States Association of In-
dependent Gymnastics Clubs na-
tional meet held in Greensboro,
N.C.
The 13-year-old West Bloom-
field resident's individual event
scores of 9.3 in vault (12th place),
9.1 in floor exercise (12th), 8.75
in bars (13th) and 8.65 in beam
(17th) added up to a 35.80 all-
around performance.
Needing a 34.00 all-around
score in the regional in Cleveland
to qualify for Greensboro, Ms.
Rosenberg posted a 35.25 and fin-
ished third.
Next month, she will compete
in the Jewish Community Cen-
ters North American Maccabi
Youth Games in Cleveland. She
took first in vault and floor exer-
cise and was second in beam,
bars and all-around in last year's
regional Maccabi games in St.
Louis.
Ms. Rosenberg also excels in
track. Competing for Orchard
Lake Middle School at the Oak-
land County junior high/middle
school meet this past spring, she
won the girls 70-meter run and
she was a member of the whining
girls 200-meter relay team.
In eight races during the sea-
son, Ms. Rosenberg accumulated
six first places and two runner-
up finishes.
A 4.0 student at Orchard Lake,
Ms. Rosenberg will be a freshman
at West Bloomfield High School
this fall.
LISA BAGLEY of Fanning-

ton Hills took third place in the
senior division (grades 9-12) of
the Norman M. Strung/OWAA
Youth Writing Scholarship com-
petition. The contest is sponsored
by the Outdoor Writers Associ-
ation of America.
Ms. Bagley's winning entry, a
short story titled, "Following the
Goldminers: A New Age Alaskan
Adventure," was published in
Woods-N-Water News. Publica-
tion is a requirement for entry in
the contest.
A June graduate of North
Farmington High School, Ms.
Bagley won $200 and her entry
will appear in Outdoors Unlim-
ited, the OWAA's monthly publi-
cation. -
Ms. Bagley said her essay was
an extra-credit assignment for an
advanced placement English
class at the end of her junior year
at North Farmington. It was
based on a hiking trip she had
taken to Alaska the previous
summer.
This fall, Ms. Bagley will enter
the School of Natural Resources
and Environment at the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
EUGENE PERLE won two
national squash titles last sea-
son, capturing the 55-and-over
singles crown in Boston and the
55-and-over daubles champi-
onship with John Fuller of Toron-
to in Pittsburgh.
It was Mr. Perle's first nation-
al singles title in three champi-
onship match appearances. He
and Mr. Fuller have now cap-
tured four consecutive doubles
crowns.
Mr. Perle is a Jewish Com-
munity Center member and a
professor at Wayne State Uni-
versity.
RYAN FIELDS will be a
member of the University of

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