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March 19, 1988 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-19

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have in our by-laws that we
have latitude as far as who we
can put in and why. And I
think that's important to
have?'
The Jewish Hall, like most
localized Halls of Fame, does
not choose its inductees by a
vote. A selection committee,
chaired this year by Bob
Steinberg and Bill Hertz,
presents nominees to the
board. The board then dis-
cusses the nominees and
makes its selections.
The board does not vote
on its nominees. The selec-
tions are made by discussion
and consensus of the board
members.
The Jewish Hall is not a
good candidate for contro-
versy because, as Grossman
says, "our list (of potential
inductees) is not so deep.
A leading candidate who
doesn't make it this year is
gonna make it next year."
At its meeting last Wednes-
day, the Hall also selected its
officers. Bill Jacobs remains
as president. Vice-presidents
are Steinberg, Seymour
Brode, Mickey Fishman and
Myron Milgrom. Hertz is the
treasurer. Elayne Wolfson is
the assistant executive direc-
tor. Board members are Ann
Newman, Nate Pollack,
Shirley Foon, Murray Hoz-
man, Fred Steinhardt and
Leon Shurgin.
Grossman hopes the hall
will continue to expand and
"grow stronger. We hope to
add new projects, besides the
Special Games. We're looking
into several other kinds of
projects. We do feel we have a
niche in the community. Cer-
tainly there's broad support
in our community for all
kinds of activities. The
Jewish community is the best
at raising money and taking
care of things. But we're in a
niche that we think some-
times gets overlooked.
"Athletics and sports and
recreation is sometimes a lux-
ury and not a necessity.
Although we're looking at it
more as a necessity. So we
like the niche we've found. By
the same token I don't think
we take ourselves too serious-
ly."



Maccabi Names
Soccer Squad

Coach Gabriel Attar has
announced his 16-member
soccer teamwhich will com-
pete in the Maccabi Games in
Chicago in August. The team
will practice twice a week and
will likely compete in a local
summer league in prepara-
tion for the games.
The team includes: Eric
Tevzner, Shawn Stern, Ari

Nessel, Brad Trivax, Josh
Broder, Josh Richeleau, John
Starkman, Joel Pittman,
Mark Lebovitz, Andrew
Horowitz, Adam Goodman,
Greg Hirsch, Howard Larky,
Jason O'Desky, Jeff
Starkman and Randy
Sweetwine.

Andover
Correction

Last week's article on the
Bloomfield Hills Andover
basketball program should
have included Gregg
Oleshansky, a forward, as a
member of the freshman
basketball team.

Akiva Squad
Visits N.Y.

The Akiva floor hockey
team made its first trip last
weekend, playing three
games against the Talmudic
Institute of Upper New York,
in Rochester.
The teams played three
times, but only the final
game, on Saturday, was
played on a regulation-sized
floor, according to Akiva
coach Moshe Rose. Rochester
won that contest, 12-4. Rose
reported that Rochester had a
better-balanced squad which
heavily outshot Akiva. Goalie
David Rosenberg was strong
in the Akiva nets despite the
12 goals. "He was really
under pressure and he came
through when he had to," said
Rose. Raffle Zuroff scored
three Akiva goals, Danny
Betsalel added one and Her-
shel Goulson assisted on all
four markers.
Rose says his team enjoyed
its trip, and their Rochester
hosts. "The people there were
very friendly," he said.
Detroiter Max Berlin, who at-
tends TUINY, helped
organize the trip.

Bowler Spins
Perfect Game

Bruce Myers threw the first
perfect game in the last 10
years of the Downtown Fox
league of the B'nai B'rith
Bowling Association on
March 8.
Keith West rolled 28 strikes
on his way to a 735 series on
March 6 in the Israel
Brotherhood Sunday League.
West strung 15 consecutive
strikes during his first two
games when a solid tenpin
stopped his bid for the second
300 game in that league.
Speedy Lawyer's Service
(Phil Goldstein, Ray Hassen

and Larry Schlussel) won the
second half championship of
the Ben Lusky Traveling
league.

JCC Celtics
Take Second

The Celtics (7-2) beat the
Lakers (4-5) 68-57 on March 9
to take second place in the
Jewish Community Center
basektball league. The Celtics
were led by Jay Flowers, with
20 points, and Steve Lesser
with 14. The Celtics and
Pistons both finished 7-2, but
the Celtics beat the Pistons in
their lone game. Also last
week, the 76'ers (3-6) routed
the Rockets (2-7), 68-44.
The first-place Bulls (9-0)
won a forfeit against the
Knicks (4-5) on Sunday.
The league held first-round
playoff games this week. The
semi-finals are set for next
Wednesday night. The date
for the championship game
will be announced later.
The JCC's Kenny Goldman
leagues played their title
games last Sunday. Both win-
ning teams are coached by
Matt Hoffman.
The victorious 8-10-year-old
league team includes Ryan
Weiss, Mark Weiss, Randy
Berg, Steven Dworman, Bran-
don Jarnis, Kevin Schwartz,
Bobby Zaid, Jason Silverman,
Jerry Heicklen and Matt
Shulman.
Taking the 11-13-year-old
title were: Jerry Gibbs, Mark
Dritz, Matt Loeman, Mark
Smith and Jason Rosen.

STATS

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

High games:

Bruce Myers
Steve Fine
Shel Baskin
Phil Goldstein
Shel Ellison

300
264
262
247
244

High series:

Shel Baskin .. 896(4 games)
663
Mike Berkowitz
640
Steve Fine
634
Ted Goldberg
615
Ron Weintraub

Jewish Vets'
Bowling Scores

High games:

Al Garfinkle
Randy Harwood
Alan Krause
Marvin Epstein
David Margolis
Mike Gersten

222
221
216
210
209
208

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