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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1988

Goldfarb Ends
Prep Career

Jennifer Goldfarb's high
school tennis career ended
with honor. Specifically, she
was named an Honorable
Mention All-State player by
state coaches.
Goldfarb played No. 1
singles at Bloomfield Hills
Andover this year and for
most of her four-year varsity
career. She played in the state
tournament at No. 1 in her
freshman and junior years
and at No. 2 — only because
of a late-season sprained
ankle — in her sophomore
year. Andover made the state
team tournament in her
freshman and sophomore
seasons. Goldfarb says that
playing in those state tour-
naments was "the most ex-
citing part" of her high school
tennis years.
Goldfarb, the Barons' cap-
tain and two-time most
valuable player, says she
played more aggressively this
season. "This year I didn't
play anybody that totally
overwhelmed me. Most of the
matches I lost were close."
College tei_ais is Goldfarb's
next goal. She has been ac-
cepted academically to the
University of Michigan but
has not decided to attend the
school, nor has she discussed
a possible tennis scholarship
there. She is also considering
schools such as Cornell, Penn
and Yale. She hopes to make
a decision in January or
February.

Phil Goldstein
High games:
Phil Horowitz
Phil Goldstein
Ron Walton

Zeiger-Gross
High series:
Ken Green
Terry Alpert
High games:
Terry Alpert
Bill Fershtman
Rob Pliskow
Ken Green
Stu Rappaport
Pat Herrin
Gary Bistrow

778

265-246
228
224

615
608

235
224
223
221-202
217
215
207

Renaissance
High games:
Phil Cutler
Harold Markzon
Larry Freed
Milt Tilson

210
203
202
201

The B'nai Brith Men's
Council and the Metro
Detroit B'nai B'rith Bowling
Association will be the co-
hosts of a holiday bowling day
from 1-8 p.m. on Dec. 25 at
Drakeshire Lanes on Grand
River in Farmington Hills.
There will be door prizes,
games and clowns at the
event. Lunch and dinner will
be served. "We're just looking
for a way to unite the B'nai
B'rith family," says Mark
Sperling of the Metro Detroit
BBBA.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, contact Sperling,
477-2786, or Bobby Levine of
the Men's Council, 552-8177.

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

Jewish Vets'
Bowling Scores

Brotherhood Eddie
Jacobson
High series:
Mark Klinger
Steve Fine
Steve Weinberg
High games:
Mark Klinger
Steve Fine
Howard Gofstein
Dan Stein

High games:
Marvin Epstein
Alan Krause
Lou Geer
David Margolis
Willie Geer
Murray Sterne
Larry Garfinkle
Steve Hoberman
Don Rosenberg
Jerry Manchel
Iry Segal

616
612
607

236
233
231
231

Morganthau L'Chayim
High series:
Gerald Broida
644
Howard Davidow
601
High games:
Larry Klein
245
Gerald Broida
244
Dave Rosenthal
232
Steve Kendler
223
222
Gerry Letvin

Ben Lusky Traveling
High series (4 games):
Phil Horowitz
902
785
Cy Rott

224
218
212
211
210
204
202
202
202
201
201

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If you know of an athlete,
coach or sporting event in
the community which you
would like us to mention in
our sports page, let us
know. Call Mike Rosen-
baum at 354-6060 between
9 a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday-
Thursday. Or write to us:
The Jewish News, 20300
Civic Center Dr., Suite
240, Southfield, MI 48076.

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