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May 05, 1989 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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WEEKLY CAMPS BEGIN JUNE 19

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EXT. 38
For Registration
And Information

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Downtown Fox 1 Wins
B'nai B'rith 'A' Title

We've Got Strength on the Bench!

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• Leather Handbags
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54 FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1989

Danny Schayes, center, two-time Maccabiah Games gold medalist
and National Basketball Association standout with the Denver
Nuggets, visited with Detroit Maccabiah officials prior to a recent
game against the Pistons. Shown are, from left, Jay Robinson;
Susan Rosenthal; David Hermelin; Schayes; Bill Davidson; Ben
Braun, Eastern Michigan University and 1989 U.S. Maccabiah
basketball head coach and Oscar Feldman. The 13th Maccabiah
Games are in Israel July 3-13; the Youth Games will be held in
Detroit next year.

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Downtown Fox 1, Class A
League champion during the
regular season, also won the
B'nai B'rith Men's Basketball
League Playoff championship.
Its season record was 7 wins,
3 losses.
Games are played at Oak-
land Community College.
Brotherhood 1 was dis-
qualified because of non-
payment of B'nai B'rith dues,
according to Marty Melton,
athletics chairman.
Pisgah 2, in the B League,
also won both the regular-
season and playoff crowns,
while Downtown Fox 3 of the
C League won the playoffs,
with Brotherhood 5 winning
the "C" regular season title.
Final standings:

A League
Downtown Fox 1
Detroit 2
Detroitl
Brotherhood2
Tikvah

7
6
5
2
1

3
4
5
8
9

B League
Pisgah 2
Pisgah 1
Downtown Fox 2
Keidan2
Morgenthau 3
Centennial

7
6
5
5
4
3

3
4
5
5
6
7

C League
Brotherhood 5
8
Tucker Grant - 7
Downtown Fox 3 7

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2
3
3

Morgenthau 2
Keidan 3
Brotherhood 4

6
2
0

4
8
10

L'Chaim Jihad
Survives Scare

Great Lakes Division
leader L'Chaim Jihad, led by
Marc Jacobs' 13 points, sur-
vived a scare from last-place
Rose Generals, • 27-22, in
ninth-week AZA basketball
action.
Herzl, the Michigan Divi-
sion Leader, trounced Kishon
Mustangs, 70-18, led by Mat-
thew Kovinsky's 21 points.
Jason Zaks and Eric Kaplan
each scored 6 points for the
losers.
In other games, Mendoza
and Rose Rebels won by
forfeits over Kishon Chip-
munks and L'Chaim/Achim
Matzoh Balls, respectively.
Final regular season games
are Sunday at Oakland Com-
munity College's Orchard
Ridge campus. Chapter Play
Day will be May 14 at OCC,
with Final Four Tournament
Play at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center
on May 28.
Standings:
Great Lakes
Division
L
L'Chaim Jihad
5
1

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