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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-27

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the challenge of coaching."
Braun's Hurons are having
a tougher time in the MAC
this year, but they remain
competitive despite the loss of
top scorer Grant Long to
graduation. Long, who
averaged 20.3 points per
game last season, now starts
for the NBA Miami Heat.
Through last Saturday, EMU
was 9-6 overall, 2-3 in the
MAC.
The Hurons' recent success,
last season's NCAA berth and
Braun's new TV show on the
PASS network, have con-
tributed to increased ex-
posure for the EMU basket-
ball program. That exposure
helped Braun sign five high
school players during last
fall's early signing periods He
had never signed more than
one player in the early period
at Eastern.
In college basketball, says
Braun, "every day is com-
petitive. But you've got to en-
joy that. You can't let the
presstires get to you. There
are pressures but you've got
to remember you're dealing
with people and as long as
you see growth and improve-
ment, that's what it's all
about. That's my goal as a
coach. I like to see a team
that improves. I like to see
players who improve, that are
a pleasure to be around
because they're dedicated.
That's going to be the ap-
proach I have for the Mac-
.cabiah Games."
Seeing players improve is
one of the satisfactions Braun
gets from coaching. "I also
like when a player graduates,
comes back, he's making big
money, and takes me out to
lunch," Braun adds with a
laugh.
With Braun at the helm,
EMU's once-mediocre basket-
ball program will not be out
to lunch any more. ❑

I ROUND UP t"'"

JCC Roundball
Action Begins

The Honey Berris basket-
ball league began its winter
season at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center
on Jan. 11. Seven teams play
a round-robin schedule on
Wednesdays.
On Jan. 11, the Wolverines
beat Pod Squad, 69-26. Mead
Palmer almost outscored the
opponents by himself,
finishing with 24 points.
Supreme Court beat Paul
Ehrrnann, 60-41. Mike Hart
and Mark Harrison had 16
points apiece for the winners.
The Pistons downed What's
Up Doc? 75-71.
Last week, the Bulls, led by
Walter Jones' 19 points, open-

ed with a 47-43 win over the
Wolverines. Mike Rosenthal
scored 27 points as the
Pistons trounced Pod Squad,
76-32. What's Up Doc? even-
ed its record with a 50-33 win
over Paul Ehrmann. Mike
Fishman scored 21 for the
winners.

Softball Leagues
Are Scheduled

The Oak Park Recreation
Department is__ accepting
team applications for its 1989
open softball leagues.
The following divisions are
offered: Men's Class A, B, C,
35 and Over, and 50 and
Over; Women's Class B, and
C; and a Co-Rec League.
There is a charge.
For information, contact the
recreation office, 545-6400.

JCC Hoopsters
Down Windsor

The JCC varsity basketball
team beat the Windsor JCC,
49-31, on Jan. 11. Tare Wigod
led Detroit with 12 points.
The JCC varsity will play in
a tournament in Indianapolis
Feb. 3-5 and will compete in
the Midwest Teenage Basket-
ball Tournament in. Pitt-
sburgh Feb. 17-20.

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Little League
Registration Set

Registration for the
Franklin Baseball League
will be held from 9 a.m.-noon
Feb. 4 at the Franklin Com-
munity Church.
Boys and girls between the
ages of seven and 14, who
reside in Franklin, Bingham
Farms, Birmingham, West
Bloomfield and Bloomfield
Hills are eligible.
Parents may mail com-
pleted application form and
registration fee to the
Franklin Baseball League,
P.O. Box 140, Franklin, MI
48025-0140.. Applications
received after Feb. 4 will be
honored only on a space
available basis.
All players who register
will be assigned to a team.
Tryouts are utilized to
balance team strength. All
players, excluding those in
the Prep League, will be re-
quired to attend tryouts. at
West Maple Middle School in
April.

Floor Hockey
Tourney Ends

The Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center's first
floor hockey tournament was
held last weekend. The eight-

man B & S team won the
eight-team tournament,
which will become an annual
event.
The tourney began. last
Saturday. In Sunday's
semifinals, B & S beat Zuross
and Co. 5-3 to earn a spot in
the final. .Zuross played
Morganthau in the loser's
bracket, dropping a 5-3
decison. Morganthau then
met B & S, which wrapped up
the tourney with a 6-2 win.
Bob Bardallis and John Sotir
scored two goals apiece for the
winners.
The other B & S players
were: Sam Konikow, Mike
MacDonald, Gary Wuersel,
Michael Warren, Dano
Prezioso and Phil Sotir.

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Party Planned
For Sam Taub

A retirement party will be
held for Sam Taub, athletic
director at Detroit Mumford
High School since 1965, at 6
p.m. Thursday at the Bon-
neybrook Golf Course club
house. Cocktails will be serv-
ed at 5 p.m.
Taub is retiring at the end
of the school year.
Bonneybrook is located at
19990 Shiawassee in Detroit,
south of 8 Mile near
Telegraph.
There is- a charge. For infor-
mation, contact Steve
Fishman, 962-4090, Larry
Moore, 357-5412, or Billy Ber-
ris, 855-9030.

U.S. Scores
At Maccabia

Seven teams, representing
five Australian states, New
Zealand and the U.S., recent-
ly competed in the 56th
Australian Maccabi Sports
Carnival in Sydney,
Australia.
The competition was part of
the official Australian
Bicentenary program.
The 45-member U.S. team
participated in six sports. The -4
swimming squad captured 24
medals, including 13 golds.
Daniel Greyber, Potomac,
Md., a two-time Maccabi
Youth Games participant,
won four gold and two silver
medals. Ann Bailin, Largo,
Fla., won the 100 butterfly,
and the men's medley relay
team broke the Carnival
record by 18 seconds. Bailin
and Valerie Johanessen,
North Stonington, Conn.,
each brought home two gold
medals.
Behind the play of
player/coach Eddie Zucker,
Englishtown, N.J., the
basketball team swept to the
gold medal. The U.S. track

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