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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-08

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Bartlett-Zachinan
Troth _zinnounced

Center Cagers End
Season 1st in League,
2nd in Tourney Tilt

In the final game of the year,
the Woodlawn Athletic Club
upset the Jewish Community
Center 48-45 to win the playoffs
of the MIC Basketball League
and handed the JCC its first loss
of the year.
High man for the JCC was
Dennis Wolgin with 12 points
and Joe Wool and Alex Tischler
each had 10.
At the conclusion of the game,
Dr. Henry Berris presented
trophies to all the winners. The
JCC was first place in the regu-
lar league and second place in
the playoffs. One boy from each
team received an award as the
MVP of his team; Alex Tischler
was chosen for the JCC.
MISS ROYALYN BARTLETT
Any team interested in enter-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving W. Pfeifer ing this league next year may
of Steel Ave. announce the en- contact Sam Cohen, 18100
gagement of their daughter, Roy- Meyers, DI 1-4200.
olyn Bartlett, to James W. Zach-
■04
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man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Dinner
at
DARBY'S
liam Zachmann of Inverness Ave.
is a real treat
The bride-elect is a senior at
Wayne State University College
• Visit Our New :
of Education. Her fiance attends
SKYLIGHT
Walsh Institute of Accounting.
ROOM, Cocktail;
Lounge and Bar
A winter wedding is planned.

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Brevities

"BANDTASTIC '63" will be
designated as alumni night by
Henry Ford High School, fea-
turing a variety of numbers by
the High School Band under
the direction of Samuel Emmer
and the Ford Stage Band, di-
rected by Milton Aptekar, 8:15
p.m. March 15 in the new audi-
torium. A highlight of the eve-
ning will be a skit by the teach-
ing staff.
* * *
A one-man exhibition of the
watercolors, paintings and cera-
mic tiles 'by ELMER RUFF,
whose works have been shown
in cities 'across the country, will
be held March 10-26 at L'Atelier
Gallery, 19954 Livernois. Hours
on opening day will be 2-6 p.m.

*

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*

Thirty teenagers will repre-
sent BETH ABRAHAM SYNA-
GOGUE at the Central East Con-
clave of the Yeshiva University
Youth Bureau March 15-17 in
Cleveland, according to Frank
Leiderman, congregation youth
director.

*

* *

Grinnell Galleries, 1515 Wood-
ward, will exhibit recent paint-
ings of Spain and Mallorca by
RICHARD KOZLOW March 14-
30. Art patron Lawrence A.
Fleischman considers Kozlow's
work " ... a bright light in the
dark abyss of conformity."

*

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Forty - four paintings and
sketches by HANS JAENISCH,
contemporary Berlin artist, will
be shown through March. 18 at
the Scarab Club, 217 Farns-
worth. The exhibition is open
10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. week days
and 2 p.m. - 5 p.m., Saturdays
and Sundays. There is no ad-
mission charge.
* * *
"JEST OF CARDS," a highly
praised new ballet never before
seen by Detroit audiences, will
highlight the appearance of the
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET at
Masonic Auditorium March 23.
Tickets for this Detroit ballet
premiere are now available at
Masonic Auditorium box office
and at Grinnell's downtown.

Dr. Lichter Heads
TB Education Drive

Postmaster Edward L. Baker,
president of the TB and Health
Society, announces the appoint-
ment of Dr. Max L. Lichter as
chairman of the educational cam-
paign to alert the public to the
dangers of illnesses of the res-
piratory system. Dr. Lichter is
a past president of the society
and now serves on its board of
directors and as head of the
medical advisory committee. _

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JWV Auxiliary Goodwill Tea to Fete President

Jewish War Veterans Auxili-
ary National President Mrs.
Samuel (Ceil) Schwartz of Jer-
sey City, N. J., will be guest
of honor at the Department of
Michigan's 16th annual Good-
will Tea 12:30 p.m March 27
at C'ong. Ahavas Achim, 19190
Schaefer.

Mrs. Sidney Cohen of Oak
Park, Department of Michigan
president, has appointed Mes-
dames Jack Iden of Hunting-
ton Woods, reception chairman;
Walter F i s c h e 1, invitations
chairman; Martin Foster of Oak
Park, decor; Henry Benach,
hospitality, and William Love,

registration.
Theme for the affair will be
the promotion of good will and
brotherhood. Mrs. Schwartz has
held three elected and a num-
ber of appointed offices prior to
being elected national presi-
dent in September, 1962. She
has been an active member for

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Detroit Pistons to Feature Community Day at Cobo Arena
on March 10th in Cooperation with The Jewish News

A big afternoon of entertain-
ment is in store for readers of
The Jewish News on Sunday,
March 10th, at Detroit's beauti-
ful Cobo Arena.
By filling out the coupon on
the right, readers of The Jewish
News may obtain a $3 seat for
just $1 (while the supply lasts)
for the National Basketball Asso-
ciation game between the Detroit
Pistons and the Western Division
leaders—Los Angeles Lakers.
It's easy to get the tickets.
Just mail the coupon to the
main Pistons box office at Cobo
arena, Detroit 26, or present
the coupon in person at the box
office—not later than 2:15 p.m.
on game day.
The March 10th game marks
the final visit of the Lakers to
Detroit for a regular-season con-
test. So far, the front-running
Lakers have done well in De-
troit, scoring four victories.
Heading the Lakers will be
their fabulous one-two punch of
Elgin Baylor and Jerry West.
Between them they are aver-
aging better than 60 points per
game. They're the heart of the
Laker team which has run away
with Western Division honors
in the National Basketball Asso-
ciation for the last two years.
Basketball fans refer to Bay-
lor and West as "Mr. Inside"
and "Mr. Outside," respectively.
Baylor is spectacular from
around the boards, while West's
jump shots have no equal
around the N.B.A.
West has recovered from a
pulled muscle which kept him
out of action when the Lakers
last appeared in Detroit and
were beaten by Boston before a
record crowd of 11,028.
While most of the Los An-
geles headlines go to Baylor
and West, the team is not with-
out some other fine performers.
Guards Dick Barnett and Frank
Selvy have made vast contri-
butions.
The forward play of Rudy
LaRusso usually goes without
too much notice, although his
"unselfishness" paves the way
for Baylor and West to slip into
the clear for easy shot points.
Center Jim Krebs is another
who plays a sound game with-
out attracting much publicity.

And the same goes for Rookies tickets. Clip the coupon and be it to the Pistons' main box office
Leroy Ellis and Gene Wiley.
sure to mail it at once—or bring at Cobo arena.
The Lakers aren't slowing
their pace, even though they
have salted away the Western
Division title. Their job now is
to beat out the Boston Celtics
for the best overall win-loss per-
centage in the N.B.A.
ASKETBALL CLU
The top mark carries a $2,000
bonus to the fortunate team and
also the extra-game advantage
at home should both work their
ways into the finals of the play-
RESERVED SEAT*—JUST $
offs.
*As long as supply lasts
Coach Dick McGuire's Pistons
also are faced with a problem
of beating the Lakers since the
Detroiters are battling for a
playoff spot. Detroit and San
Francisco have been in a hot
duel for the third and final
Western Division playoff slot.
The Pistons boast some out-
standing personalities in their
own right, led by Forward Bai-
ley Howell, the ex-Mississippi
State All-American; Don Ohl,
who won similar honors at
Illinois, and Dave DeBusschere,
the ex-great at the University
of Detroit.
DeBusschere has enjoyed a
fine rookie season with the Pis-
tons, After starting as a for-
ward, DeBusschere has been
switched to guard. He has aver-
aged 11 points per game, but,
more important, Big Dave rates
third on the team in rebound-
ing.
Center Bob Ferry, former St.
Louis U. All-American, and
Ray Scott, a 6-9 cornerman from
(Mail orders accepted)
Portland University, round out
the Piston starters.
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Big Walter Dukes, at seven
DETROIT PISTONS BASKETBALL CLUB
feet; Forward Jackie Moreland,
and Guards Kevin Loughery,
Willie Jones and Johnny Egan
along with Darrall Imhoff han-
dle the reserve chores for the
Name
Pistons. . .
Game time on March 10th
Address
will be 3:00 p.m. Piston officials
also are planning some special
Zone State
City
pre-game entertainment for the
youngsters.
This coupon* with $1.00, good for a $3.00 reserved seat, (as
long as supply lasts), when presented at the Cobo Arena Box
The Detroit-Laker games this
Office not later than 2:15 P.M. game day, or when mailed
with check or money order.
season have been thrillers in
*Additional coupons available at this newspaper office.
Detroit. Three times the Lakers
Good for game of March 10th ONLY!
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