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January 19, 1996 - Image 154

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-19

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I got back to U-M, I
had eight e-mail
messages from all
over the world," said
Mr. Kamins.
Chad DeWolf,
17, a senior at
Berkley High
School, won four
gold medals and
three silver medals
in track and field.
Jordan Kober-
nick, another high-
school student at
Berkley, was also a
medalist with De-
Wolf on a relay.
Scott Zack won a sil-
ver medal on the
basketball team.

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A performance of
etroit sent seven athletes
"The Cast of Beatle-
to the Pan Am Maccabi mania" held recently at the Roy-
Games held during the hol- al Oak Music Theatre was a
iday break in Buenos benefit for Bob Bauer's 11th an-
Aires, Argentina.
nual "Marathon for Meals," a dri-
The athletes included Nor- ve serving local food banks. Gary
man Pappas (tennis), Bill Dembs, president of the Public
Berris (basketball), Robert Image, a Southfield-based pub-
Kamins (water polo
lic-relations agency for
and swimming), Scott
nonprofit organizations,
Zack (basketball),
attended the event and
Chad DeWolf, Jor-
met with the "Beatles"
dan Kobernick and
backstage.
Rebecca Wark (track
According to Joel F.
and field).
Glazier of the Washing-
The silver-medalist
ton Jewish Voice, there
winners
included CARLA SCHWARTZ are many Jewish connec-
Robert Kamins of
tions to the Fab Four.
LOCAL
Bloomfield Hills. Mr.
The
Beatles' manager
COLUMNIST
Kamins, age 21, is a se-
was Brian Epstein. Sid
nior at the University
Bernstein, of New York,
of Michigan and member of the booked the Beatles' concerts at
water polo team. Argentina was Carnegie Hall and promoted
his eighth venue as a Maccabi their first major stadium rock
participant. He also participated concert. The song "Penny Lane"
in the youth Maccabi games six describes a neighborhood shop-
times and once as a coach for the ping area where Chalkin's
youth division.
Kosher Bakery still stands. Ray
"The community was caring, Coleman edited England's ma-
hospitable and sup-
portive," said Mr.
Kamins of his time
in Argentina. An
emotional part of the
experience for Mr.
Kamins was visiting
the recent bombing
site of the Jewish
Center in Argentina
and lighting a
yahrtzeit candle.
A highlight of the
Games was the for-
mation of world
friendships. "When Gary Dembs with the "Beatles."

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