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May 13, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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SPORTS

Lathrup Nine
Leads League

Southfield-Lathrup's varsi-
ty baseball team was perfect
in Metro Suburban Activities
Association play entering this
week. The Chargers were 6-0
in the MSAA and 14-1
overall.
Among the Lathrup
regulars are senior pitcher
Jason Markowitz, who is 4-0
after four starts, including
two complete games.
Markowitz has thrown 22 in-
nings, allowed 30 hits, walk-
ed just five hitters and struck
out 25 while posting a 3.18
ERA.
Senior first baseman Steve
Memran is among the coun-
ty's leading hitters, batting
.378. In 37 at-bats he has 14
hits, 10 RBI and eight runs
scored. Joel Wax, a senior
centerfielder, is 12-for-32, a
.375 average with 11 runs
scored and six RBI. Starting
leftfielder David Katkowsky,
also a senior, is 10-for-38 for
an average of .263 with 12
RBI and six runs scored. Part-
time second baseman Steve
Roth is 6-for-20 for a .300
mark. The senior has scored
six runs and driven in two.
Other Jewish players con-
tributing to the Charger's
success are juniors Geoff
Kaplan and Dan Levinson
plus sophomore Scott Lyons.

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Schwartz Leads
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Leftfielder Karen Schwartz
is 24-for-46 in Southfield-
Lathrup's first 13 varsity soft-
ball games for a .522 average.
Schwartz had driven home 10
runs. Outfielder Jackie
Scheurer is 19-for-45 for a
.422 mark with a team-
leading 13 RBI. Senior cap-
tain Rochelle Kaplan, the cat-
cher, is 9-for-24, .375, with
eight RBI. Sophomore Nikki
Kaczander, a back-up pitcher,
is 2-0 with a 3.50 ERA. Third
baseman Julie Blacher,
rightfielder Aliza Grant and
second baseman Stefanie
Polsky have also helped the
Chargers post a 10-3 overall
record and a 4-2 mark in the
Metro Suburban Activities
Association.

Baseball Test
At Southfield

The A.M. Optimist Club of
Southfield-Lathrup will hold
a tri-star baseball skills con-
test at Southfield High
School's baseball diamond at
2 p.m. June 5. The contest,
designed for youth aged 8-13,
is composed of three basic

skill tests to evaluate con-
testants' skills in hitting,
baserunning and throwing.
There will be plaques
awarded to the first two win-
ners in each age group. Every
contestant , will receive a
memento scorecard.
Entry blanks are available
at the contest site on the day
of competition or through
Southfield's Parks and
Recreation Department at
the Southfield Civic Center.
They may also be obtained by
calling Martin Reisig,
569-5220.

Miller Riding
For Health

David Miller, 36, a former
resident of Huntington
Woods, and a 1969 graduate
of Royal Oak Dondero High
School and Shaarey Zedek
High School, now residing in
Massachusetts, is par-
ticipating in the 1988 Tran-
sAmerica Bicycle Trek to
benefit the American Lung
Association.
More than 300 trekkers
from across the country will
bicycle 3,425 miles from Seat-
tle to Atlantic City from June
6 to July 22, and collectively
raise over $2,000,000 to
benefit the programs and ac-
tivities of the Lung Associa-
tion. David's personal com-
mitment is to raise at least
$5,000.
Pledges for business or per-
sonal sponsorship may be
sent to: David H. Miller, P.O.
Box 517, Boston, MA 02215.

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I NEWS I

JNF Responds
To Campaign

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Jewish National Fund, which
says it has become the target
of a worldwide propaganda
"war" against Israel, is rebut-
ting false accounts of its land
reclamation, acquisiton and
development. Moshe Rivlin,
JNF chairman, who himself
encountered a raucous pro-
Palestinian demonstration in
Basel, Switzerland, said that
Arab propagandists ae por-
traying the JNF's long
history as anti-Arab
activities.
Rivlin said last week that
JNF has opened its archives
to a group of Hebrew Univer-
sity academicians who are
compiling a rejoinder to a
recent, purportedly scholarly,
study of JNF by Walter Lehn
and Uri Davis.
In other actions, JNF has
vigorously and successfully
shown:
That the Switzerland

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