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October 28, 1988 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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Franklin
is redefining
fitness.



have a freshman squad —
then moved up to the varsity.
They two teamed up on a
Mickey Mantle League travel
team, but faced each other, for
the first time in four years,
when they played on different
recreation league teams.
"Noah was pitching and I
stepped in to hit," says
Margolick. "We both looked
at each other and we started
laughing."
Bremen and Margolick
hope to spend another session
at the Dent camp next spring,
just before the high school
season. They both hope to
make their high school varsi-
ty teams. -
Long-term goals for the
two friends, says Bremen, in-
clude earning college scholar-
ships "to Michigan or a Big
Ten school," as well as a shot
at the major leagues.
In the short term, they
want to play south of the
border with the Dent camp
team again next summer. CI

I

ROUND UP

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JCC Roundball
Begins Play

I

The Honey Berris basket-
ball league began play at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center on Oct. 16.
The eight teams play every
Sunday.
The opening-day highlight
was a 62-56, double-overtime
win by the Pistons over the
Wolverines. Mike Rosenthal,
in his Honey Berris debut,
and Aaron Fowler each scored
14 points for the Pistons.
Former University of
Michigan star and Honey
Berris League veteran Dave
Baxter scored 30 points to
lead the Bulls past What's Up
Doc, 52-42. The Yellow
Jackets downed No Name,
76-62, behind Ed Saunders'
20 points and Jay Offen's 18.
The Supreme Court opened
the day with a forfeit win over
the Wildcats. -
Last Sunday's action
featured three tight games.
Steve Fishman (21 points)
scored the winning basket
with nine seconds left to give
the Bulls a 62-60 win over the
Yellow Jackets. Baxter scored
31 for the Bulls. Mike
Fishman scored with 10

seconds remaining to pull No
Name past the Wildcats,
50-48. Fishman finished with
24 points.
Rosenthal's 32 points
helped the Pistons beat
Supreme Court, 61-57. The
game was 32-32 at halftime.
The Wolverines beat What's
Up Doc, 58-48. Tony Jenkins
tallied 23 for the winners.

Prep Linkers "
End Season

Theres a new definition Of fitness at Franklin, and
its taidng shape now:we've liided inches in all the
right places and made Franklin (A-en ivner! Indulge
yourself in ow. sleekly wile A -ateel locker r(x)ms, now
with more luxuries than (Ter betbre. Or dm( R out
our expanded fitness c'ente'r and chztllenge volt'
endurance to the limit. Experience a whole IleW
atmosphere- at Franklin, and init. yourself in top
tbrm. To see how Franklin can redefine fitness
for you, stop 1)% at 29350 Northwestern, just
west of Franklin Road in Southfield. Or call
us about a free visit at 352-8000.



FRANKLIN

Fitness & Racquet Club

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook
golf coach Delvin Walden says
his team did not quite reach
its potential at the recent
Class B state golf tournament
in East Lansing, but he is
happy with the Cranes'
seventh-place finish, out of 27
teams.
Junior J.J. Modell shot an
84 in the state tournament.
He shot an 82 in the regional,
which Cranbrook won to
qualify for the state tourney.
"J.J. was one of the
underclassmen who kept us
going," says Walden. "We're
losing two seniors and we're
expecting him to jump to the
head of the line and help us"
next year.
West Bloomfield's Adam
Treitman made the Metro
Suburban Activities Associa-
tion All-Tournament team,
shooting 80 in the first MSAA
meet and 86, in poor weather
conditions, in the second
league meet. Treitman finish-
ed sixth out of 48 golfers.
Dave Hubert was the
Lakers' low scorer in their
regional, shooting 85.

Oak Parker
On Mesa Team

Oak Park High School
graduate Michael Hootner, a
freshman at San Diego Mesa
Community College, has
earned a spot on Mesa's
basketball team. Mesa plays
in the Pacific Coast
Conference.
Hootner played basketball
at Oak Park. The Redskins'
new coach, Howard Golding,
reports that Hootner worked
hard in Oak Park during the
summer to prepare for the
Mesa try-outs. He will play
point guard at Mesa.

THE DETROIT JEWISH N WS 55

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