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August 19, 1988 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-19

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Katkowski polished off his
strong playoff performance
with three hits.
Jason Novetsky, of Oak
Park, pitched the final two in-
nings to pick up the save in
the finale. Novetsky also
earned a save in the third
game of the state tourney,
against Southgate. Novetsky
started game one against
Saginaw but did not get a
decision. Jason Markowitz,
Katkowky's Southfield-
Lathrup teammate last
season, started game three
but did not get the decision.
Katkowsky is hitting over
.300 this season, according to
coach Annis Joseph. "He's
had an excellent season," says
Joseph. "Defensively he plays
very well." Katkowsky plays
first base.
Novetsky was 7-0 in the
regular season, 8-0 overall. "If
he gets behind a batter he has
to come in with a fastball and
that's when he gets in trou-
ble," explains Joseph. "But
then he starts to work himself
out of it. He does all right. He
doesn't get eight wins
without knowing what he's
doing."
Markowitz, 4-1, is a spot
starter and occasionally plays
outfield. "He's got a good at-
titude," says Joseph, "he roots
for the team. . . He's just a
good kid. I like him."

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Israel's Emergency Medical Ambulance,
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Lisa Perlstein.
This gift was made in cherished memory
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The Perlsteins, survivors of the Nazi
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and Hallandale, Florida. Several months ago
Perlsteins received the State of Israel Bonds
New Life Award and were honored by the
Hallandale Jewish Community.
Presenting the Pikuach Nefesh Award
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Mames, Chairman of Michigan Region and
Dr. Morris Starkman, Chairman of the
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