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HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. May 2. 1980. Page 11 JCC Swjnz Teanz J('-- S,i J _t'ZPOOL'-t' I Businessmen Still on Top To Ope,, seato. Others Battle for Second B00gi..ing May 6 ,[ DIVERSIFIED [ Businessmen's veteran Leo Davis pitched the via the forfeit route as the The JCC Swim Team will q" i Association entire game. Jewish Singles were unable to begin Session I on May 6 and ",r= ,, ,, ,rl= ,,', eir undefeated In other action last week, field nine men for their will continue to meet on t the Jevclsh Temple Israel scored I I big encounter, h a n Tuesday. Thursdayand Friday le crown with a runs in the 6th inning to Because of t e Wal tho - from 4-5 p.m. through June. er the Jewish overcome A.Z.A., ]3-9.'Dick scheduled for this S nday. ii's NTINP!i  I '!5995 Center last Katz went 3 for 4 and Howie softball action has been Reqistrahon is open to Levy hit a four- Lefkowitz batted in four runs, postponed until May tl. LBB A. youflls five through 18-years- to lead the as the youngsters from A.Z.A. old. The team wili'be coached o00t00not.erhe Tom,0000ar one o, Judaism Moe Shapiro, a veteran of Games of May 1 1: areas best known competitive Ithe winning trail, the old Orlando YMHA league 9:00 a.m. Israel vs. Ohev swim coaches and member of 61hXa3u2e's Over GORFTY. more than 30 years ago, 10:15 a.m. AZA vs. Singles AZA I 4 .200 4 the 'Swimming Hallof Fame. available S and Ken Mann played for Israel. I 1:30 a.m. Uberal vs. JCC JCC hitsforLiberalas Congr. Ohev Shalom won 12:45p.m. JBBAvs. GORFrY GORFTY 1 4 .200 4 l 4 .200 4 Gilad Bloom Becomes 's 1st World Tennis Champ t Levine buffs around the globe have avidly followed his career lately -- as he clicnbed fronq a claim the title for their position of 280 to 70 in the 12-year-oldGilad Association of Tennis JUst that recently Professionals world singles V0n the World rankings in less than three Tournament months, a record seldom Venezuela in the equalled in the ATP's ten-year Iory. history. nnost of his Glickstein and Bloom are Iries in other living proof that tennis talent in Israel is a rich vein waiting to Bloom rushes be mined. In Israefs case, the Workouts at the fast growing Tennis Center is Center from a lesson (where he working non-stop, with snowballing popular support, Prayers he will to give every young person in ]3th birthday to the country the chance to 1is coming to discover his or her potential. He admits that Gilad is doing his best to Court, he glides encourage the trend, Warm-up tennis volunteering his services each more summer as a coach for new through the participants in the program. he dutifully He is optimistic about talent even closer to home. for Gilad to on the court. Surprised by Win tennis racket at "1 had never heard much a day and about tennis or even held a so even before racket three-and-a-half-years to see over the ago," recalls the champ, "but I is in fact small liked sports and when the but it doesn't tennis center opened close to in the least, my home, I dropped in to see Center and stadium. .what it was all about. has footsteps Gilad demonstrated such are those of promise that he was tapped 22, who .for intensive training and the prestigious advanced rapidly. He was flattered to be selected one of p- secondwin on Israefs few contenders for the ene. Like his .:Caracas Invitational (Dec- GILAD BLOOM best shot. I kept playing better and better kids. and somehow I managed to keep winning ... and then there was no one left to play! "My father's game was field hockey before he moved to Israel from Australia. My mother, who comes from Spain. is not too athletic, and my three older brothers are not interested in tennis. But t'm starting to teach my six- year-old sister and she shows real promise." Tennis and the rigors of his commitrnent to the sport have changed the youth's life. "1 used to come home from school and play soccer in the street or hang around the basketball court. Not anymore. Now I have a system. I know where I'll be each day, what I'll be doing and what my next goal is. In fact I pretty much know what my next eight years will be like." Finally, the obvious question: Where does one go Everyone writes about you and you see how the whole country rallies around you like you're everyone's kid .., but first. I think Ill get finished with my Bar Mitzvah." New Game for Israel Gilad is not the recipient of singular attention. Indeed his attainments are representative of a unique youth program spearheaded by the Israel Tennis Center. a newcomer to the Israel sports scene initiated chiefly by American backers. The center is different in that it exists primarily to serve the country's young. Adults can only play on its myriad of deluxe courts in early morning hours or late into the evening. The bulk of the day is reserved for the thousands of young boys and girls who take part in an accelerated :et acquainted with tennis progrom. Every day hundreds of youths are brought to the center from all over the country. They are provided with a free four lesson introduction to the sport and are then encouraged to stay involved through satellite programs in their own communities. More than 27,000 youngsters today participate on a continuing basis, and the centers weekly bill for 5.000 tennis balls is testimony to the tenacity of its young enthusiasts Wedding bells in your future? Shop '-ember9-16, 1979) which drew when one is 12 and already ;Cdickstein ,i 64 participants from 20 one of the best in the world? l ,dlrll ] rically, winning :, jJ J countries -- but he hardly ., under crown I want to keep playlr.g, and expected to win after swinging " hopefully keep winning, it feels Tennis "1 just wanted to give it my great, in a day you are farnous. VI I I t'11111111 I111111 Ifll  -- an unusual and educational gift for the entire family t oriented hobby that is both educational kits available for beginners. and selling at reasonable prices with and courtesy. lans carefully thought out and tailored needs. Plies discounted. .f,,ml, e,. .tsI).4. ,4 PS. 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