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December 03, 1982 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth Basketball Program
Begins Sunday at the Center

The Jewish Community
Center will begin its youth
basketball program Sunday
at the main Center complex
in West Bloomfield.
The 10-week program
will begin at 3 p.m. for chil-
dren in third through sixth
grades and at 4 p.m. for
seventh and eighth graders.
The program will not meet
on Dec. 19 and 26.
The co-ed instructional
program will develop into a
league. Burt Hurshe is the
coordinator of the program,

and he will be assisted by
members of the Center's
varsity basketball team.
Participants in the
program will play in an
all-star game prior to a
Detroit Spirits game on
Jan. 16.

There is a fee, and non-
members are welcome.
Entry fee includes a team
shirt. For information, call
the phys ed department at
the Center, 661-1000, ext.
180.

* * *

Varani Performs With CSO

Pianist Flavio Varani
will be the soloist with the
Center Symphony Or-
chestra at a concert
scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Aaron DeRoy
Studio Theater of the main
Jewish Community Center.
Julius Chajes will be on
the podium. Varani is a pro-
fessor at Oakland Univer-
sity and has performed

throughout the U.S. and
South America. He will per-
form Mozart's Piano Con-
certo No. 21 and Chopin's
Piano Sonata in B flat
Minor.
The concert will open
with Suite "In Modo Antico"
for strings by Julius Chajes.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 164.

Basketball Yarmulke Ban Ruling Asked

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Congress
has asked the U.S. Supreme
Court to review an Illinois

Major Judaic
Art Show Set

NEW YORK — The na-
tional Council of Art in
Jewish Life will sponsor a
major New York Judaic art
exhibition at Lever House,
Park Avenue and 53rd
Street. in New York from
Feb. 23 to March 14.
The exhibition will fea-
ture the work of approx-
imately 120 artists.

Campus Study

TORONTO (JTA) — A
fact-finding subcommittee
to conduct studies on Jewish
student enrollment and
other aspects of Jewish life
on Canadian campuses was
established at a recent in-
augural meeting of the Na-
tional Hillel Cabinet of
Bnai Brith Canada.

prohibition against the
wearing of yarmulkes by
high school basketball
players.
The Illinois High School
Association loans all
headgear except headbands
during basketball games,
claiming they are a hazard
to players.
Two Orthodox Jewish
high schools in Chicago
— the Hebrew Theologi-
cal College and the Ida
Crown Academy of Asso-
ciated Talmud Torahs —
and members of their
basketball teams,
brought suit against high
school association last
year.
They claimed the ban vio-
lated the students' constitu-
tional rights to free exercise
of religion, since the wear-
ing of headgear is required
of Orthodox Jewish males.
The plaintiffs also denied
that the wearing of yar-
mulkes, when fastened with
bobby pins or clips, was
dangerous.

was re-elected by a two-
thirds margin to his fifth
term on Tuesday bringing
the number of Jewish con-
gressmen in the next House
of Representatives to a re-
cord 30.
The next Senate, to take
office in January, will also
have a record number of
Jews — eight.
The election date for the
51-year-old Levitas and an-
other Atlanta area Demo-
crat incumbent, Wyche
Fowler, was postponed from
Nov. 2 because of a reappor-
tionment dispute.

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