Teens set out to break world record for dreidle

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Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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      Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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      Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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      Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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      Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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  • Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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  • Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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  • Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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  • Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL

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Nearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOLNearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOLNearly one thousand teenagers and young adults try to break the world record for simultaneous dreidle spinning on December 28, 2011, in Philadelphia. They are gathered for the United Synagogue Youth's annual convention where for five days they study, forge friendships and engage in social action activities. UPI/Phil McAuliffe/POOL