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July 25, 2003 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-25

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For Openers

Senior Stars

hatever you do, don't call
them old. Abe Ulanoff, 86,
might invite you for a
"quick little walk" with him,
and Dr. Gerald Krause, 79, might stick a
tennis racquet in your hand and make a lit-
tle side bet.
Both men captured medals at the nation-
al Senior Olympics in Hampton Roads,
KIRSBAUM Va., on May 27.
Driving back to Southfield from his win-
ter home in Florida, Ulanoff dropped in on
the national Senior Olympics and drove
away 13 days later with three medals.
"I beat the other old guys, the alter kockers," he joked.
With a time of 10:58, Ulanoff broke the Senior
Olympic record for the 1,500-meter race walk by over a
minute. He also won the 5,000-meter race walk, and took
home a bronze in singles tennis.
In all, he has about 50 medals and trophies on a wall of
fame he started at the young age of 66.

He's been playing in the Senior Olympics for about 20
years, but this was the first time he went to the nationals,
he said.
Born and raised in Detroit, Ulanoff never played sports
in school. He fought in World War II, then joined the
post office where he worked until he retired about 20 years
ago. He's been wearing out sneakers ever since.
He plans to appear at the Michigan Senior Olympics in
Lansing in August.
Dr. Krause took home a bronze medal in tennis in the
75- to 80-year-old category.
Winning the bronze is "quite exciting," said Dr. Krause,
a retired dentist who lives in Arizona and summers in
Bloomfield Hills.
He took bronze by winning four out of five matches.
He has entered the Senior Olympics for the last 10
years, but doesn't have a wall of fame to hold his medals.
"I give them away to my grandchildren," he said. "But
I'm hanging on to this bronze: ❑

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month on the Jewish calen-
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"We need to remember that Jews who
are intermarried are still Jews. We
should not reject them. Generally
speaking, we should be inclusive of
the non-Jewish members of the family
... in any area that will not be a
breach of Halachah [Jewish law]."

— Rabbi David Steinhardt of frnai
Torah Congregation, Boca Raton, Fla.,
in the article "Outreach To the
Intermarried" in the spring issue of the
United Synagogue of Conservative
Judaism Review.

Yiddish Limericks

"I jet set through lands here and for-
A rich old tycoon said named Warren.
"But I'd trade such glicken,"*
He said, looking stricken,
"To have back my own yungeh


— Martha Jo Fleischmann

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Friday, July 25, 8:42 p.m.

Shabbat Ends

Saturday, July 26, 9:50 p.m.


Friday, Aug. 1, 8:34 p.m.

Shabbat Ends

Saturday, Aug. 2, 9:41 p.m.



The movement of enlightenment,
intellectual emancipation and libertari-
an and secular education among Jews,
like the European Enlightenment of
the 18th century.

Source: From The New Joys ofYiddish
by Leo Calvin Rosten, edited by
Lawrence Bush, copyright 2001, by
the Rosten Family LLC. Used by per-
mission of the Roston Family LLC.

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