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February 08, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NEW YORK — National return to the U.S. because of
Collegiate Athletic Associa- illness.
Jack Azjner, who began
tion free throw champion,
Steve Kaplan, formerly of with an undistinguished
Collingswood N.J., now of career in basketball, now one
Israel, has led Hapoel Ramat- of the top scorers for Betar
Gan, a basketball team in Jerusalem of Israel's national
Israel's national league sec- league, also is with the Is-
ond division to a high stand- raeli team. He has partici-
pated in 20 international
ing.
In his first year with the games.
The tour is sponsored by
club, Kaplan averaged more
than 30 points a game and the U.S. Committee Sports
helped the team to win a for Israel, Inc., whose pro-
league title and advance to ceeds will be used for the
advancement of physical fit-
the top division.
ness sports rehabilitation
He had a homecoming Feb. services in Israel.
3 as he and his teammates
began their 12-game, 19-day
tour of the U.S. and Canada.

The team is led by Egyp-
tian-born coach, Al Hemmo,
who himself was a star play-
The Jewish Center Festi-
er in Israel, and later a val Dancers will present a
coach of a club team. Since premiere performance of
taking over the duties of "Dance and the Other Visual
coach last year, Hemmo Arts" 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
guided the team to seventh the Oak Park Library.
place in the Barcelona title
The group has developed
games, and led the team to new material designed to
win an elimination tourna- show how contemporary
ment in Vienna for the right dancers train themselves and
to take part in the European compose dances. Color slides
championships.
will accompany the perform-
Hemmo became the team's ance.
coach when Doyle Parrack,
Under the supervision of
the former Oklahoma State Harriet Berg, director of the
star, who had been sent to Festival Dancers, the group
Israel by the U.S. Commit- consists of Phyllis Berger,
tee Sports for Israel, had to Beverly Olen, Nicki Zieger,
Audrey Alpert, Victoria Hay-
don and Becky Malm, pro-
Bee Gees to Appear
gram director.
Admission is free. The pro
With Ex-Detroiter
Golden Goose Production gram is sponsored by the
will present the Bee Gees in Friends of the Oak Park Li-
concert with the Detroit brary.

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Symphony Orchestra 8 p.m.
Feb. 15 at Masonic Audi-
torium, with special guest
Dorthea Joyce.
A New Yorker ; formerly
of Oak Park and Southfield,
Miss Joyce (B u c.h alter)
wrote lyrics to the title song
of the film "Jeremy." Other
song credits include "Love
Lines, Angles and Rhymes,"
"Peace Train," "Rain-Filled
Skies" and "Let's Have the
Morning After." She also
is the author of the book,
"Adam, Adam, Adam,
Charles the King."
Tickets are available at
Hudson's, Grinnell's and the
Masonic Temple box office.

Carnegie Hall Show
on Jewish Music Set

NEW YORK (JTA)—High
school and college youth
from Metropolitan New York
, and New Jersey will present
"The Power of Jewish Mu-
sic" concert at Carnegie
I Hall.
Sponsored by the National
Council of Young Israel, the
proceeds will benefit post-
war service programs in Is-
rael.

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