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February 24, 1989 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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Honorary co-chairman
David Hermelin will be the
featured speaker Wednesday
at a kickoff party for
volunteers who are organiz-
ing the 1990 North American
Maccabi Youth Games in
Detroit.
Hermelin is honorary co-
chair with Bill Davidson for
the games, which are ex-
pected to draw more than
2,000 Jewish athletes aged
12-16 to Detroit in August
1990.
At Wednesday's reception,
which begins at 7:30 p.m. in
the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center's DeRoy
Theatre, a 10-minute
videotape of the 1988 games
in Chicago will be shown.
Jay Robinson, 1990 general
chairman, will give an over-
view of the games' organiza-
tion and schedule and an-
nounce committee chairmen.
Persons interested in
volunteering for the games
can call the Detroit Maccabi
office at the Jewish Center,
661-1000.

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Have Openings

The city of Oak Park recrea-
tion department has openings
for teams to play in its adult
open softball leagues.
Division offered are: Men's
Classes A, B, C, 35 and Over,
and 50 and Over; Womens'
Classes B and C; and a Co-Rec
League. Residency within the
city is not required. For infor-
mation, contact the recrea-
tion department, 545-6400.

Three-Way Tie
In Honey Berris

With one week to play in
the Honey Berris basketball
league, three teams were tied
for first place.
In Feb. 15 action at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center, the
Wolverines (4-1) created the
deadlock by downing
Supreme Court (4-1), 63-54.
Steve Rosen led the winners
with 20 points.
The Bulls (4-1) joined the tie
with a 90-50 win over What's
Up Doc? Walter Jones tallied
32 points for the Bulls.
Paul Ehrmann (2-4) com-
pleted its regular-season
schedule by gaining a forfeit
win over the Pistons (2-3).
The JCC varsity basketball
team upped its record to 10-2
with an 85-43 win over the
Windsor JCC last week. Tare

Wigod led the winners with
28 points. Eric Leib scored 17
while Brian Schwartz and
Scott Zacks tallied 14 apiece.

Jewish Vets'
Bowling Scores

High games:
Iry Segal
Dave Broder
Larry Garfinkle
Allen Klegon
Udo Salk
Ed Burg
Alan Krause
Ted Schmidt
Harry Shapiro
Willie Geer

225
220
214
212
209
206
204
202
202
200

Inter Lodge .
Bowling Scores

High games:
Jack Cole
Mark Silverstein
Allen Harrison
Larry Herwitz
Bill Collis
Leo Frederick
High series:
Allen Harrison
Mark Silverstein

217-204
216
214-199
210
200-198
200

604
574

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

Downtown Fox
High games:
Randy Gayer
Dennis Eder
Andy Rubin
Scott Lepler
Les Gold
Don Van Meter
Seymour Zate
Al Warren
Gary Columbus
Gary Siegal
Lou Halperin
High series:
Dennis Eder
Alan Salomon
Andy Rubin
Mix and Match
High games:
Lenny Jacobson
Bill Mazer
Rob Diamond
Delores Fox
Phyllis Shapiro
Lynn Eisenberg
Kelly Van Meter
Arlene Gurecki
Susan Cohan

207
202
200
200
-190-189
191
187
184
184

Zeiger/Gross
High games:
Milt Resnick
Al Resnick
Steve Kohn
Alan Kaczander
Mark Bernstein
Max Epstein
Seymour Peiss
Shel Aronson
Alan Kanter

237-204
236
234
225
224
224
224
224
222

275
258
247
244
234
227
214
214
214
210
199

640
633
613

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