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Health & Fitness

SPORTS

Leg Strong

Two-sport athlete credits
leg strength for his success.

Steve Stein
Special to The Jewish News

T

able tennis and wrestling
seem like they belong at
opposite ends of the sports
spectrum.
But Bloomfield Hills Andover High
School senior Danny Dulkin excels
in both of them, and he doesn't think
that's a coincidence.
"You have to have
strong legs to do well
in both sports," said
Dulkin, who was a
member of the win-
ning four-member
team in Division 7 at
the North American
Danny Dulkin
Teams Table Tennis
Championship
held during
Thanksgiving weekend in Baltimore.
Dulkin also is a four-time state
table tennis champion and he's been
to Romania three times to train in
that country's Olympic facilities. Jon
Bosika, Dulkin's table tennis coach,
takes a group of his students to
Romania every year.

Dulkin attended the legendary
University of Minnesota wrestling
coach J Robinson's intensive 28-day
camp last summer.
"The camp was the toughest experi-
ence of my life, but now I feel like I
have an encyclopedic knowledge of
wrestling and I'm in great shape said
Dulkin, an Andover co-captain.
Dulkin had a 9-4 record in the 130-
pound weight class at the start of the
new year. He made it to the second day
of the Oakland County tournament for
the first time in his three seasons on
the Andover team, and Andover Coach
Darren Avig is sure more accomplish-
ments are on the horizon.
Dulkin also has a black belt in tae-
kwondo that he earned when he was
8, but this young man doesn't just
excel in sports. He plays trumpet in
the Andover marching and symphony
bands that performed in London,
England, during the New Year break.
What does the future hold for the
multi-talented 17-year-old? With a
3.4 grade point, Dulkin hopes to be
accepted into the Naval Academy
or the Navy's ROTC program at the
University of Colorado, University of
Illinois or University of Minnesota.

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ust Say "Know" to Judaism!

LUNCH 'N LEARN

TOPIC:

"What is hateful to you, do not do to others:
This is the entirety of the Torah." - HILLEL

WHEN:

Roll 'Em
Eight teams (40 bowlers) from the
Jewish Women International Bowling
Association of Metropolitan Detroit
will compete in the 60th annual JWI
Mid-America Bowling Association
Tournament Feb. 8-10 in St. Louis.
More than 30 teams are expected.
Carolyn Fine of Farmington Hills
is the tournament chair and Dena
Wein of Oak Park is completing her
term as Mid-America president.
Dana Glinski of Farmington Hills
will be installed as Mid-America sec-
retary at the awards and installation
banquet Feb. 10. Glinski will replace
Wein as Detroit's representative on
the Mid-America board. Detroit will
host the 2009 tournament.
It's been a great JWI Detroit sea-
son for Fine. During league play in
November, she rolled the highest
game (257) and series (182-257-
213-652) of her bowling career.

The series was 166 pins over her
average, and the game and series are
believed to be the highest bowled in
JWI Detroit competition in at least a
decade.
Other recent high series and
games in JWI Detroit leagues:
Galilee Monday Morning: Cidnie
Herold, 549; Helene Robbins, 209.
Galilee Thursday Afternoon: Elaine
Meyers, 515; Helene Robbins,
213. Israel-Zeiger Thursday
Evening: Janet Sigmon, 523; Amy
Chimovitz, 204; Helene Friedman,
459 (108 pins over average). Galilee
Tuesday Evening: Alice Labes,
534; Sally Shapiro, 226; Natalie
Katkowsky, 510 (129 pins over aver-
age). Galilee Wednesday Afternoon:
Becky Levine, 528; Marianne
Pesick, 218. E

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