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Kneeling: Larry Berry, Jerry Mehler, Marty Levy, Mike Chaben, Bob Moran, Miles Auster, Ken Hook. Back: Arnie
Tracht, Jim Harshman, Mitch Kantor, Steve Gilbert, Murray Yoffe, Harvey Stybel, Leonard Koltonow, Brad
Schram, Stuart Tompkins, Bob Shapiro, Jerry Gudes, Les Greenwald, Larry Gerstein, Paul Keller, Mike
Rosenbaum, Bob "Killer" Farber.

play to win. But the games
are clean — only one penalty
was called in my game — and
sportsmanship prevails off
the ice. I even drew an un-
necessary, though ap-
preciated, apology from a
player after we bumped along
the boards going for a puck.
The games are officially non-
checking, but when 10 guys
are skating after one small,
rubber disk, well, accidents
will happen.
Actually, I didn't feel a real
part of the game until I took
my first good hit, while going
for a loose puck in the corner.
Both the defenseman and I
hit the boards, the glass and
then went down to the ice as
the puck squirted free. I got
up feeling great about the
physical contact, certainly
better than I felt about it the
next morning.
I scored no goals, indeed my
only shot at the net was
blocked by a defenseman. I
may have drawn an assist
from a friendly official scorer
— if the group employed one
— after taking a whack at a
puck which ricocheted off of a
skate or two to Moran, who
put it in the net for our first
goal.
We trailed 2-0 before
Moran's goal, but my sterling
effort, finally doing
something right while still re-
maining on my skates, ob-
viously gave us the momen-
tum. We went on to lead after
an hour, 5-3.
The game runs for two
hours, with a brief "halftime"
while the ice is resurfaced.
Unfortunately, we seemed to

leave our game on the bench
at halftime. Our opponents in
the blue sweaters scored five
straight goals and finished
with an 8-6 win.
Jerry Mehler scored four
goals to lead the blues to vic-
tory. The reds missed Gary
Cohen, who was out of town.
They count on Cohen to offset
Mehler. For the day, I was on
the ice for one goal for and
one against, "even" on the
plus-minus scale. Not bad. My
teammates generously but
futilely tried to set me up
with the puck several times,
and the opponents were
gracious in victory.
All-in-all a fun time, and a
tremendous learning ex-
perience. Certainly I watched
that evening's Red Wing-New
York Islanders game with a
more educated eye, ap-
preciating for the first time
the seemingly routine moves
— Dave Barr stopping in his
zone to pick up a sharp pass
off of the boards and quickly
dishing off to a teammate at
center ice, or Tim Higgins
taking a pass in full stride.
Meanwhile, the "Almost
All-Jewish Hockey League" is
wrapping up its season on
Sunday. The season is runn-
ing two extra weeks, says
Shapiro, because "this is a
new sport for us and we're all
excited about it, like kids, and
we don't want it to end."
Many of the hockey players
will participate in a softball
league, also organized by
Shapiro, from May through
July. Hockey begins again in
September.
The Almost All-Jewish

Hockey League does not keep
standings, nor does it have set
teams. But the effort, dedica-
tion to the game and sport-
smanship the players display
earns all of them one of
hockey's traditional post-
game "stars." And it doesn't
matter whether it's a six-
pointed star or a five.



Honey Berris
Playoffs Begin

The Pistons and Knicks
emerged victorious from the
first round of the Honey Ber-
ris League basketball playoffs
on March 16. The Pistons
beat the 76'ers, 71-47. Aaron
Fowler led the victors with 22
points, while Richard Travis
tallied 16 for the Sixers. The
Knicks then eliminated the
Lakers, 63-52. Eddie Sanders
led the Knicks with 26 points.
Nate Kerner had 12 for the
Lakers. Both games were
played at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center.
The semi-finals were played
this week. The finals will
likely take place Sunday or
Wednesday.

Detroit Is Host
To Sectional

Bowlers from 150 teams roll
into town this weekend to
compete in the International
B'nai B'rith Bowling Associa-
tion's annual spring sectional
tournament. This is the ninth
time Detroit has played host
to the sectional.
Mark Sperling, executive

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