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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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game; he intercepted four
passes last week."
Herrington also praises
Lichtman's play. "He's doing
an outstanding job. He was
featured on John Gross' (TV)
show as prep athlete-of-the-
week the first week of the
season . . . for his play against
Southfield. He returned a
kickoff for a school-record 90
yards" and a touchdown.
Herrington is not surprised
at his team's 5-0 start. "We
expected it. We've got the All-
State quarterback from last
year, Millard Coleman, back.
So we thought that we'd be
very good."
The Hawks have scored 177
points and allowed just 24.
Their first-team defense has
permitted only one
touchdown.
Harrison's key regular-
season test comes in three
weeks when the Hawks face
the winner of the North
Farmington-Westland John
Glenn game for the Western
Lakes Activities Association
championship. "Both those
teams are undefeated and
very strong so that'll be great
football," says Herrington.
The league title is Har-
rison's first goal, but not- its
only one. "In the back of the
kids' minds is the state
playoffs," admits Herrington.
"We lost in the state final
game last year and most of
the kids are back, so we're
hoping for a return."
Herrington, as any coach
would, tries to limit talk
about a possible state title.
"We play it down; we don't let
the kids even mention it .. .
We want to play 'ern one game
at a time, like all the cliches
that every coach says."

League Seeks
New Bowlers

The Zeiger/Gross B'nai
B'rith Bowling League needs
more bowlers. The league
bowls at West Bloomfield's
Strike N' Spare Lanes at 7
p.m. Monday nights. For more
information, contact Gary,
Gold, 546-3245, after 5 p.m.

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BY DR. STANLEY LEVINE, D.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic

Why can six people sleep on the same pillow, play with the
same dog, eat the same food and breathe the same air that a seventh
can't? Why do some suffer from allergies while others don't?

The body that defends itself against
foreign substances must be maintained in good
working order. The white blood cells, the
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"The nervous system starts in the brain,
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Levine, D.C. of Levine Chiropractic Office. "The Bible mentions
hives, and we know that Julius Caesar suffered from allergies. Acor-
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allergies proves the object itself isn't the underlying reason
for the allergy. "The answer is in the body of
the sufferer," he explains. "He has a low
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