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Announcing

THE
EDGAR M. BRONFMAN
YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
IN ISRAEL
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30825 Greenfield • At 13 Mile • 642-4466

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Maccabi

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T

lis summer a group of out-
standing Jewish teenagers
in the U.S. and Canada, corn-
ing from a variety of secular and synagogue backgrounds and entering
their senior year of high school, will spend a stirring month of study,
travel and dialogue in Israel.
They will be recipients of the Edgar M. Bronfman Youth
Fellowships,* a fully-endowed program based not on need but on
merit. The program begins July 10 and ends August 16. All meals will
be kosher, and Sabbath activities will be in the spirit of the day.
The Bronfman Fellows will be mature, talented and curious,
with proven qualities of leadership, intellect and character. Based in
Jerusalem, they will spend their time intensively exploring the land,
culture and customs of Israel...taking part in seminars with some of
the country's most prominent political and cultural figures...debating
ideas and seeking answers on the different ways of defining oneself as
a Jew today, in an atmosphere of mutual respect and earnest and
open dialogue.
They will be led by a team of educators and counselors of
rich Jewish background with a wide variety of Jewish perspectives.
And they will return home with
For a descriptive brochure and application
a new understanding of—and
form, please call or write at once to:
commitment to—the Jewish peo-
EDGAR M. BRONFMAN YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS IN ISRAEL
ple, the Jewish state and the
New York, NY 10152
375 Park Avenue
building of Jewish unity.
Telephone (212) 766-1526

*Fellowships cover all expenses, including roundtrip transportation from home, room and board,
travel in Israel and incidentals. Completed applications must be received by Februanj 16, 1988.

Enjoying Maccabi's post-race brunch are Ronald Rader, Jay Robinson,
Steve Robinson and Mark Grant.

nations will attend the

Games. "As we approach the
Games there will be more and
more support, more and more
interest" says Spokajny, "par-
ticularly from the families
that have sent kids in the
past. We can always use more
support, that goes without
saying. And to say that we're
gonna be complacent because
we had a good turnout at one
event and think that that's
gonna carry us through the
rest of the year would be a
foolish statement. We're look-
ing for things to build as the
summer approaches."
Locally, teams in the 13
Maccabi sports will begin
practices in late February or
early March, said Spokajny,
so, "the interest is gonna have
to start flowing this year
because we're gonna be com-
mitted to numbers fairly
quickly. So we are gonna have
to start building interest
quickly and early."
Anyone between the ages of
13-16 who wishes to par-
ticipate in the 1988 games
should call the Detroit Mac-
cabi Club, 661-5240.
The club will hold further
fund-raisers in the spring. No
dates are set, but future
events will likely include a
social event, such as a dance,
as well as fund-raisers involv-
ing the young athletes, such
as a car wash. El]

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STATS I

Brotherhood
Eddie Jacobson (11/30)

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1987

640
621

Bloch-Israel

High games:
Neil Werner
Joe Greenberg
Arnie Levine
High series:
Neil Werner
Arnie Levine
Hank Glass

243
220
214

577
567
538

Ben Lusky Traveling

High game:
Jerry Lash

268

Downtown Fox

High games:
Dennis Eder
Andy Rubin
High series:
Dennis Eder
Andy Rubin

248
216

607
562

Morgenthau L'Chayim

High games:
Bob Franklin
Jim Fleisher
Mary Litt
Mike Panter
Dale Silverman
Sid Soifer
Paul Gatien
High series:
Bob Franklin
Mary Litt

234
233
233
232
223
213
209

605
591

Pisgah

High series:
Matt Friedman

701

257
254

'664
648

High games:
Steve Schoskes
Bernard Malamud
Len Taub
Mary Bookstein -
High series:
Harry Sherman

220
220
219
214

510

M.C. Zeiger

High games:
Sam Feig
Glen Gendloff
Glen Gendloff
Sam Feig

216
207
206
203

High series:
Glen Gendloff

602

(12/7)

High games:
Steve Weinberg

56

238

Zager-Stone/Tucker-Grant

Recent Scores
In B'nai B'rith
Bowling Leagues

High games:
Mark Klinger
Sandy Mandel
High series:
Mark Klinger
Sandy Mandel

Larry Schon
High series:
Steve Weinberg
Bruce Weberman

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