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October 28, 1988 - Image 56

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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I SPORTS I

JUNIOR TENNIS

Have a ball in the BEST Junior Tennis Program Around!

AGES 5-17

Goldstein
Double Winner

Gene Feldman
Arnie Waxman

Linda Goldstein continued
her strong freshman perfor-
mance at West Bloomfield
High School at the Oakland
County swim meet last
weekend. Goldstein was the
meet's only double-winner,
taking the 200 freestyle
(1:56.75) and the 500 freestyle
(5:16.45).
Goldstein has posted state
tournament qualifying times
in six individual events: the
200 IM (2:17.95); 100 butterf-
ly (1:02.55); 100 freestyle
(56.2); 500 freestyle (5:14.8);
100 backstroke (1:04.09); and
the 200 free (1:56.75).

Renaissance
High series:

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

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High series:

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Steve Fine
Dan Stein
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Programs Start November 7
can Today
ONE ONE

6-N-E

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High games:

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High games:

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Member: Hadassah • American Jewish Committee • Business &
Professional Women's Division of Jewish Welfare Federation.
• Honorary Member Regional Advisorary Board Anti-Defamation League.

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High games:

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257
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Bowlers desiring entries for
the District 22 tournament in
London, Ontario, Nov. 25-27
should contact Mark
Sperling, 477-2786. Those
wanting entries to the
international sectionals in
Merrillville, Ind., Cincinnati,
Ohio, or Los Angeles should
call Sperling or their league
secretary.
There are openings for men
and women bowlers for the
new B'nai B'rith mixed
league. For information, call
Seymour Zate, 661-9897.

Hall To Induct
Star nio

The fourth group of in-
ductees to the Michigan
Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
includes tennis great Lenny
Brose, table tennis champion
Chuck Burns, and the late
Sam Bishop, long-time foot-
ball, baseball, and track
•-o
coach at Detroit's Nor-
thwestern High School.
Brose is one of the best ten-
nis players ever to come out of
the Detroit area. In 1951, he
led Michigan State Universi-
ty to the Big Ten tennis cham-
pionship and was the con- •
ference singles champion. He
was an NCAA quarterfinalist
that year as well. Brose is a
five-time Detroit champion
and three-time Michigan
champion. Brose won both
the state tennis and squash
championships in 1961, the
national seniors tennis cham-
pionship at age 45 in 1973
and took the silver medals for
the U.S. in the 1985 Mac-
cabiah games.
Burns is one of the nation's
pioneers in table tennis. He
was the Michigan men's
champion 17 times, won 27
national titles and 17 inter-
national titles. In 1962, he
was the playing captain of the
U.S. team for international
oPI
competition. He also served
as president of the United
States Table Tennis Associa-
tion during 1963 and 1964
and was inducted in the
United States Table Tennis
Hall of Fame in 1984.
The late Sam Bishop was
born Sam Goldstein in Ben-

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