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March 24, 1989 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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Sale of FINE ISRAELI ART
and JEWISH CEREMONIAL OBJECTS

TO BENEFIT

player, in 1984. He earned a
full basketball scholarship to
Creighton, where he saw
some action as a freshman
under coach Willis Reed.
Reed's resignation after that
season led to Goldberg's
disenchantment with
Creighton.
Goldberg saw little playing
time in his sophomore season.
"Once basketball didn't look
very promising, I was pretty
much set on transferring,"
says Goldberg. "Especially
since my parents were in the
process of looking to move out
to Arizona."
At ASU, Goldberg was a
full-time student for two

years. He gave basketball
another try when ASU open-
ed the door to walk-ons last
fall. Goldberg beat out about
60 hopefuls to earn his
position.
Goldberg has never played
for a Maccabi team because
he always played for Country
Day's summer team. He has
never been to Israel. "It
would just be a fantastic ex-
perience," he says.
Goldberg has not been in
the Detroit area in the past
18 months, but he hopes to
visit relatives here this sum-
mer. If things go as he plans,
he will schedule that visit
around his trip to Israel.

I ROUND. UP I

Inter-Lodge
Bowling Scores

High games:
Bob Solomon
Milt Green
Sam Havis
Dan Waldman
Dan Topper
Stuart Taub
Mark Silverstein
David Lublin
High series:
Mark Silverstein
Bob Solomon
Milt Green

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219-200
212
210
203
201
201
200

581
576
575

Hoffman Gets
Maccabiah

MIKE ROSENBAUM

Sports Writer

M

att Hoffman will get
a chance to pull off a
rare, if not unique
feat. The North Farmington
High School junior was in-
vited to try out for the U.S.
Maccabiah basketball team
by head coach Ben Braun.
"He's a very fine player,"
says Braun. "He's always ex-
celled against better competi-
tion . . . He's not a big kid but
he's got a lot of heart."
While no statistics are
available on the past 12 Mac-
cabiah basketball teams, it is
considered rare for high
school players to even be ask-
ed to try out. The youngest
player on the 1985 squad was
a high school graduate.
His lack of experience will
make Hoffman's task dif-
ficult, says Braun. "It's going
to be a tough job for him to
make the team," he says. But
Braun, the head coach at
Eastern Michigan University,
calls Hoffman "a fighter. He's
a competitor. Those are
qualities that you like to see
in a young player."
If Hoffman accepts the in-
vitation, he will likely attend
a regional tryout in Chicago,

April 14-15. Braun expects
approximately 200 players to
try out at the three regional
sites, which include Los
Angeles and Boston. Braun
and assistant Mike Cohen,
assitant coach at Wichita
State University, will select a
manageable group for the
final tryout in Washington,
D.C., April 21-22.

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Basketball

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Jewish Vets'
Bowling Scores

636

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236-208
233
224
218
218
215
212
211
209
206
204
203
202

Mezuzahs
Kiddush Cups
Menorahs
Challah Covers
Matzoh Covers
Candle Sticks
Sedar Plates

B. Levy
A. Mande-el
A. Yakin
H. Yakin
J. Zaritsky

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Brotherhood
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Detroit 2
5
Downtown Fox 1 4
Detroit 1
3
Brotherhood 2
2
Tikvah
0
B League
Pisgah 2
6
Pisgah 1
4
Keidan 2
3
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Centennial
Morgenthau 3
3
Downtown Fox 2 2
C League
Downtown Fox 3 6
Brotherhood 5
5
Morgenthau 2
4
Tucker Grant
4
Keidan 3
2
Brotherhood 4
0

High Series:
Rich Grossman
High Games:
Carl Gonte
Rich Grossman
Milt Burg
Ed Burg
Bert Ellstein
Larry Garfinkle
Nate Barman
Albert Fagenson
Robert Tesser
Willie Geer
Joe Grossman
Allen Klegon
Albert Pasick
Carl Berlin

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