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August 21, 1987 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-21

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SINGLE LIFE I

The Community Network for Jewish Singles

presents

Summer Time

THE 2ND ANNUAL
ENDLESS SUMMER
SLUMBER WEEKEND

Continued from preceding page

FOR SINGLES

84A

A Fantastic Experience at Camp Maas
In Ortonville, Michigan
August 28 - 30, 1987
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Single Olympics
Land
and
Water Sports
,-mwori"
Owl Walk with Ms. Carol Fink
Personal Profiles with Marvin Berman
High R.O.P.E.S. Course
Male Nightgown Contest
Bonfire
Reservations Accepted thru August 18th - Cancellations prior to Aug.
23 will receive 90% refund.

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For further information call Jill Cole at 661-1000 ext. 347

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score yet. I play everyday, so
I'm improving."
"I want to make money and
have fun at the same
time,"she said adding that
she felt her attitude differed
from the norm. "Most people
I know are more serious.
They need full-time jobs. I
believe you should have the
same amount of fun" as high
school summers.
David balances work and
play in larger time blocks
than Stacy. After a successful
interview this summer with
Wright, Patterson Air force
Base in Dayton, Ohio, David
was offered the opportunity to
join its "cooperative educa-
tion program." He aggreed to
work one term, go to school
for the next five years,
postponing his expected date
of graduation from June of
1989 to 1990.
"A lot of heavy math,
checking efficiency" will be
required of David when he
works at the propulsion
research center on the Na-
tional Aerospace Plane. This
hypersonic jet is fondly call-
ed the "Orient Express,"
refering to its anticipated
ability to fly from New York
to Tokyo in two hours.
With an abundance of
technical work ahead of him,
David has decided to give
himself a break. When asked
what he is doing this sum-
mer, he answered, "not
much," and countered that
with an emphatic, "relax-
ing!"
David's relaxing includes
waterskiing and golf during
the day and going to the
movies, to Greektown or
Canada at night. Occasiona-
ly he drives to Ann Arbor to
visit friends and to patronize
Charlies, Rick's American
Cafe and to dance at the Nec-
tarine Ballroom.
This summer Eric handles
advertising and artwork for
the speakers series for the
Hill Street Forum for Hillel
as an extension of his ex-
tracurricular work during the
year.After he finishes the
volunteer work at U of M he
said he plans to look for a dai-
ly job and to run his business,
Bloomfield Valet, with co-
owner and friend Tom Pazol.
He expects to park quite a
few cars this year. "Summer
is a busy season," with ap-
proximately a party each
week for the business.
Eric chose economics as a
major as it "combines all of
what I like: math, statistics,
business." He plans to go to
law school and summer
allows time for "playing a lot
of basketball and tennis and
filling-out law school applica-
tions."
Though he anticipates a
good time this summer, in the

past, he has held less than in-
spiring jobs. He mentioned
one of his least satisfying ex-
periences: working at a dry
cleaner. "You never see peo-
ple complain so much (as they
do) when it's about their
clothes."
Susan Sinai, a junior at
Wayne State University ma-
joring in elementary educa-
tion said "I really think (sum-
mer) should be a preparation
time for my future, but I just
want a break right now."
Studying health and
psychology at Wayne this
summer to gain credit for her
newly chosen major, Susan is
also employed as an assistant
to jewelry maker Lola
Sonnescheine.
"I never knew jewelry could
look so ugly in the very begin-
ning, " she laughed.
She takes a tennis class at
Franklin Racquet Club four
hours each week to fulfill her
summer goal of getting into
shape.
Her long term plans include
teaching in either Chicago or
Mackinac. Originally an
advertising major, Susan
switched to education due to
the required journalism
classes. "I hated them," she
explained.
As Hillel student director at
Wayne, she desires to change
what she labels a "stigma"
attached to Hillel. "People
don't show up."
At night she said college
students go to Stuart Ander-
sons and Rickki's where
"there's a good 45-50 minute
wait to get in." She crosses
the border to Canada often
yet avoids Tequila Willies
which she labeled a "meat
market."
Bars, beaches, basketball,
movies, poetry, novels, and
golf games may fulfill a stu-
dent's expectations of sum-
mer break, yet the future has
a way of creeping in on the
present.
"Life is upon you sooner
than you think. The barrier
between you and the real
world is slowly eroding," Eric
lamented.
But, added Stacy, "summer
is too pretty to waste.



Singles Take
Canoe nip

Community Network for
Jewish Singles will take a
canoe trip Sunday, meeting at
10:30 a.m. at the main Jewish
Center.
Participants should bring a
picnic lunch, beverages,
change of clothes, bathing
suit and old tennis shoes.
There is a fee. For informa-
tion, call Jill Cole at the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 347.

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