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September 23, 1988 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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I SPORTS I

A NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL

TRENDS

FALL FASHIONS
ARRIVING
DAILY

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HAIR DESIGNS

—Recently Back From Arizona—

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Original jewelry designs
not available elsewhere ;

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Continued from preceding page

the youngest men's player to
ever rank in the top 10 at 16.9
years of age.
After several injuries, he
was forced to miss many
months of action but he
entered the Open ranked
20th in the world.

ems

Lodge Takes
Softball Title

itt

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1988

Detroit's Brotherhood Ed-
die Jacobson Lodge won the
annual B'nai B'rith softball
tournament, held Labor Day
weekend in Hamilton, On-
tario. This is the third time in
the last four years that the
Brotherhood lodge has won
the championship.
The team, coached by Ed
Rudner, consists of Stuart
Bandalene, Jeffrey Lesson,
David Rudner, Barry Firsht,
David Groner, Allen Litton,
George Edwards, Steve Shan-
born, Jeffrey Shanbom,
Howard Berlin, Greg
Shulman and Bob Shapiro.

Benefit Run
Sunday

The Birmingham Run for
the Blind, including a
10-kilometer run and one-
mile walk for all age
categories, will be held Sun-
day beginning at 10 a.m.,
through the streets of
downtown Birmingham.
All proceeds from the Birm-
ingham Run will benefit
Leader Dogs for the Blind.

Tennis Classes
Offered

Marty Karabell, Oak Park's
tennis instructor, is offering a
class indoors at Best School in
Oak Park. She plans on mak-
ing extensive use of five ten-
nis ball machines. Classes are
offered on Tuesdays, starting
Oct. 4. For further informa-
tion call the Oak Park depart-
ment of recreation, 545-6400.

Israel To Hold
Tennis Events

Israel's Association of Ten-
nis Professionals (ATP) tour-
nament will be held near Tel
Aviv at the Ramat Hasharon
Tennis Center, Oct. 10-16.
The $93,400 tourney will
feature 32 world tennis pros.
American stars Jimmy Con-
nors and Brad Gilbert are
among the players who par-
ticipated in the hardcourt
tournament last year. The
1987 tourney was won by
Israel's Amos Mansdorf.
Mansdorf donated his prize

money to the Israel Tennis
Centers Association.
Israel will also play host to
an ATP Satellite Circuit in
October and November.
Three, 32-man, $25,000 tour-
naments will be held in suc-
cessive weeks, beginning Oct.
22 at the Ashkelon Tennis
Center. The Haifa and Tel
Aviv-Jaffa centers will also
hold tournaments. A master's
event is set for Nov. 13-17 at
the Avia Sonesta Hotel in
Eilat.

Jewish Vets'
Bowling Scores

High games
Lou Geer
Alfred Bricker
Larry Kamen
Wilbur Shapiro
Harold Baskin
Herbert Benson

221
215
213
209
206
202

I NEWS I

Population Up
In Israel

Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
population grew by just over
1.5 percent last year, reaching
4,455,000 at Rosh Hashanah,
the Central Bureau of
Statistics announced.
Eighty-two percent of the
population is Jewish, the
bureau noted.
Nearly 100,000 births were
registered during the past
year, of whom 73,000 were
Jews.
New immigrants totaled
about 13,000 in 5748, about
1,000 more than the previous
year.
The statistics bureau also
noted that there was a 12 per-
cent decline in tourism to
Israel during the first eight
months of 1988, compared
with the same period last
year.

Jews Denounce
Kohl Criticism

Bonn (JTA) — The leader-
ship of West Germany's
Jewish community has
dissociated itself from
criticism of Chancellor
Helmut Kohl by the head of
the Frankfurt Jewish
community.
Four members of the Cen-
tral Council of Jews in West
Germany, headed by its chair-
man, Heinz Galinski, visited
Kohl at his office Saturday.
They had been invited to
receive Kohl's greetings for
the Jewish New Year.
They used the occasion to
express regret over "the un-
qualified criticism" of Kohl by

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