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March 04, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-04

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(SPORTS

Starr Stars
In Akiva Win

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Two-sport competitor Joel
Starr scored three goals and
contributed what coach
Moishe Rose called several
"gorgeous" assists to lead the
Akiva Day School floor
hockey team to a 16-5 win
over a group of Akiva alumni.
"They played very disciplin-
ed defense," said Rose. He call-
ed it "a solid all-around per-
formance from everybody!'
Raffle Zuroff scored six
goals and Hershel Goulsen
tallied five. Danny Betsalel
and Chaim Goldman scored
the other goals.
Rose called Starr, who also
plays on Akiva's basketball
squad, the team's number one
star. Rose said goalie David
Rosenberg, who shut the
alumni down in the final two
periods, was the second star.
Leading goal-scorers Zuroff
and Goulson shared the third
star.
The hockey team travels to

Rochester for a three-game
series against the Talmudic
Institute of Upper New York
on March 10-13.

Scholarship
Info Available

Over 100,000 collegiate
athletic scholarships are
available each year to male
and female high school and
junior college student-
athletes. Contrary to popular
belief, students do not
necessarily have to be all-
state to qualify. Much of the
money goes unused. A new
publication with forms, sam-
ple letters and tables of fac-
tual information is available
for student-athletes. It takes
them step-by-step through the
important process of getting
an athletic scholarship and
includes college and con-
ference listings. There is a
charge. For information write
the National Sports Founda-
tion, Post Office Box 408,
Matawan, N.J., 07747-0408.

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Entries Are Sought
For 4 Competitions

New York (JTA) — Four
awards honoring achieve-
ment in communicating
Jewish messages are accep-
ting entries.
The third annual New
Israel Fund Lurie Award for
Outstanding Reporting will
present -$1,000 to what its
panel of judges considers the
coverage of Israel that most
improves the public's
understanding of social pro-
blems and the democratic pro-
cess there.
Entries must be articles
that appeared in a North
American periodical in 1987.
Entry deadline is March 11.
For entry forms, contact: New
Israel Fund, 111 W. 40th St.,
New York, N.Y. 10018; (212)
302-0066.
Also, historians, journalists,
librarians, publishers and
teachers worldwide are in-
vited to nominate candidates
for B'nai B'rith's second an-
nual Lily Edelman Award for
Excellence in Continuing
Jewish Education.
The award will recognize
the contribution of a book,
film or video tape published
in 1987 that has enhanced
the understanding of Jewish
civilization primarily outside
the classroom setting. Entries
are due April 1. For informa-
tion, contact: B'nai B'rith
Continuing Jewish Education
Commission, 1640 Rhode
Island Ave. N.W., Washington,

D.C. 20036; (202) 857-6580.
Moreover, the deadline for
the first Travel to Israel
Writing Competition spon-
sored by El Al Israel Airlines
has been extended two
months. Articles of 500-2,500
words describing travel in
Israel published in American
Jewish Press Association
publications from June • 1,
1987-Feb. 29, 1988 will be ac-
cepted. Judging will be based
on clarity, specific informa-
tion reported and relevance to
readership and community
needs.
A panel of judges will be
assembled by El Al and the
Israel Government Taurist
Office. The winner will
receive two round-trip tickets
to Israel with one week's
hotel accommodations. There
is no entry fee. Entries in the
form of tear sheets should be
forwarded by March 15 to: El
Al, G.S. Schwartz & Co.
Inc., One Madison Ave., New
York, N.Y. 10010.

New Course

New York — The Tel Aviv
University has begun a six-
credit course in biblical ar-
chaeology, combining on-site
experience at a dig with on-
campus lectures, as a new
study option this summer in
the university's Overseas Stu-
dent Program.

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