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March 25, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1988

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secretary of the Metro Detroit
BBA says "Well over 1,000
bowlers from across the
United States and Canada,"
will compete on Saturday and
Sunday.
Local bowlers set target
scores last weekend. Out-of-
town teams will try to beat
those scores at four lanes:
Drakeshire Lanes, Farm-
ington Hills; Fiesta Lanes,
Westland; Hartfield Lanes,
Berkley; and Thunderbird
Lanes, Troy. Visitors and
spectators are welcome.
Tomorrow night, all bowlers
meet for dinner at the
Michigan Inn in Southfield.

Detroit scores

Green section

(Brotherhood Eddie Jacobson)
Devastation, Inc.
6565
(Morgenthau L'Chayim)
Holy Bowlers •
6307
Class A singles:
(Zager-Stone/Tucker-Grant)
David Koloff
1356
(Brotherhood Eddie Jacobson)
Ira Saperstein
1354
Class B singles:
(Morgenthau L'Chayim)
Norman Schwartz . . . 1406
(Brotherhood Eddie Jacobson)
Barry Fishman
1401
High game:
David Koloff
269
High series:
(Brotherhood Eddie Jacobson)
Steve Fine
680

Team leaders:

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(Downtown Fox)
Downtown Fox Three . 6393
(Pisgah)
Holly Cosntruction . . 6378
Class A singles:
(Ben Lusky Traveling)
Alan Borsen
1401
(Ben Lusky Traveling)
Clem Baggleman
1372
Class B singles:
(Downtown Fox)
Barry Galison
1401
(Pisgah)
Ivan Fenyvesi
1399
High game:
Ivan Fenyvesi
259
High series:
(Zager-Stone/Tucker-Grant)
Howard Gerenvaich . . . . 669

Akiva Team

Continued from Page 44
not pull it out.
Raffle Zuroff scored nine
goals for Akiva, David
Rosenberg added three and
Chaim Goldman had one.
Alumni standouts included
Michael Rosenthal, Abe Skor-

ski and Sidney Katz.
Rose says the first-year floor
hockey group will be a perma-
nent team. He hopes to
organize a local league which
will play on Monday nights.
Both the hockey and round-
ball squads will likely play
teams of alumni and others in
the community during the
Pesach vacation. The basket-
ball team will also meet a
team from Wayne State's
B'nai B 'rith Hillel Founda-
tion in the near future.

_

""° 1111 NEWS 1"•••"""m

Chabad Rabbi
Faces Charges

Seattle (JTA) — The director
of the Seattle Chabad House
says he is innocent of federal
charges he took part in an
operation to launder millions
of U.S. dollars and illegally
transport them to Panama.
Rabbi Sholom Ber Levitin,
47 and leader of Seattle's
Chasidic community for 16
years, was arrested March 18
along with three suspected
members of the reputed
operation.
The rabbi spent three days
in the Snohomish (Wash.)
County jail before being
released on $50,000 bail
posted Monday. In a
telephone interview from his
northeast Seattle home,
Levitin professed his in-
nocence. "Everything will be
okay," Levitin said, "I am
definitely innocent:'
He refused to comment on
his alleged role. "It will all
come out in court," he said.
Thirteen suspects including
the rabbi were named in the
federal complaint, following
an investigation by the U.S.
Customs Service, the Internal
Revenue Service and the
Drug Enforcement
Administration.

Photog Denies
Throwing Rocks

New York (JTA) — A New
York free-lance photographer
denied charges that he was
throwing stones at Israeli
soldiers who grabbed him by
the hair, broke his cameras
and seized a roll of film dur-
ing demonstrations in the
Balata refugee camp near
Nablus on March 7.
William Biggart, 40, told
reporters that he had been
taking photographs during a
45-minute demonstration
when Israeli soldiers closed in
on rock-throwing rioters. Big-
gart stumbled while running
from the soldiers, he said, and
was detained by three soldiers
who "went a little crazy."

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