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Maccabi Meeting

Information meeting set for JCC
Maccabi Games and Artsfest.

Steve Stein

Special to

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f you're thinking about taking part
in the 2010 JCC Maccabi Games or
Artsfest, plan to attend an impor-
tant informational meeting for prospec-
tive participants and their parents at 4
p.m. Jan. 17 at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
Detroit will send teens to four venues
next summer.
Denver, Colo., and Richmond, Va.,
will host Maccabi Games from Aug. 1-6.
Detroit's 16-and-under and 14U boys
basketball, 16U girls basketball, 16U
and 14U baseball, 16U boys 7x7 soc-
cer, 16U girls 7x7 soccer, and volleyball
teams will compete at these sites, along
with individuals in bowling, dance, golf,
swimming, track and field and tennis.
Baltimore will host from Aug. 8-13.
Detroit's in-line hockey and girls softball
teams will compete there, along with
table tennis players.
Artsfest will be held Aug. 8-13 in San
Rafael, Calif.
For more information, go to www
maccabidetroit.org or call delegation
head Karen Gordon at (248) 432-5482.

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Youngest Champ
It was an historic year at Franklin Hills
Country Club. Mike Zausmer of West
Bloomfield became the youngest club
men's golf champion when he defeated
Spencer Solomon on the final hole of a
thrilling 36-hole title match.
This was the first time Zausmer could
compete in the tournament. He's 16,
and that's the minimum age. His 72 was
the lowest score in
the qualifying round.
After winning quar-
terfinal and semifinal
matches, he took
on Solomon for the
championship.
A junior at Detroit
Country
Day School,
Mike Zausmer
Zausmer was a
member of Country
Day's golf team that finished 11th in
the Division 3 state tournament in
June at Eagle Crest at Eastern Michigan
University. He shot 88-85-173.
Zausmer plays in American Junior

Golf Association tournaments during
the summer, and in tournaments in
Florida during the winter.
"His goal is to play golf in college','
said his father, Farmington Hills attor-
ney Mark Zausmer.

Best Player?
Who is the Jewish Major League
Baseball Player of the Decade? Cast your
vote and help decide who's No. 1.
Jewish Major Leaguers Inc., a Boston-
based not-for-profit organization that
has produced five limited-edition sets
of Jewish Major Leaguers baseball cards
and made two presentations at the
Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown,
N.Y., is conducting the voting.
Twenty-nine players are on the Player
of the Decade ballot, including former
Detroit Tigers Brad Ausmus and
Gabe Kapler. The list features three
Gold Glove winners (Mike Lieberthal,
Kevin Youkilis and Ausmus), two Silver
Slugger winners (Ryan Braun and
Jason Marquis), and the first Jewish
Rookie of the Year (Braun).
Fans can vote at the www.jewishma-
jorleaguers.org Web site or by e-mail
at jewishmajorleaguers@rcn.com . A
ballot also can be sent to Jewish Major
Leaguers, 104 Greenlawn Ave., Newton
Center, MA 02459. Voting ends Dec. 31.
One voter who chooses the winning
player will be able to present the award.

Grey Cup Guru
There are Jewish and Detroit Lions links
to the winner of the Canadian Football
League's 97th Grey Cup game, played last
month in Saskatechewan.
Montreal coach Marc Trestman, who
led the Alouettes to a 29-28 victory over
Saskatchewan's Roughriders, is Jewish.
Trestman was a member of the Lions'
coaching staff in 1997. He was hired
by Coach Bobby Ross to be the teams
quarterbacks coach and, thanks in large
part to Trestman's guidance, QB Scott
Mitchell passed for 3,484 yards, the sec-
ond-highest total in team history.
After one season with the Lions, he
left the club to become the Arizona
Cardinals' offensive coordinator.

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