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May 12, 1989 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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SPORTS

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Sports Related Injuries

• House Calls for the
Home Bound Patient

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and

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are pleased to announce
the opening of our new office
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6431 Inkster • Suite 222 • Birmingham

Stollman, Israel Earn Slots
On U.S. Maccabiah Team

United States for the past
three years.
Goldberg, a U-M senior, is
ranked among the top five
collegiate singles players in
the country. A member of the
1988 U.S. National team, he
is a two-time All-American
and three-time All-Big Ten
selection.
Michigan also is providing
U.S. team coaching and staff

STAFF REPORT

F

encer David Stollman
of , Birmingham and
swimmer Daniel Israel
of Ann Arbor have gained
berths on the United States
team for July's 13th Mac-
cabiah Games, bringing to six

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the number of Michigan
athletes qualifying.
The final qualifying, for the
rowing event, will be held in
June, according to Larry Nee-
dle of the U.S. Committee-
Sports for Israel.
Qualifiers in addition to
Stollman and Israel are

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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1989

Eugene Perle

members. Named earlier
were Ben Braun of Eastern
Michigan, the U.S. team's
basketball coach; Karen
Sklar of Farmington Hills,
chaperone; and Susan Rosen-
thal of Southfield, accom-
modations manager. 111

Pistons Expecting OK
From NBA On Song

354-3300

DETROIT TIGERS Versus
BOSTON RED SOX

Daniel Goldberg
School of Business student at
the University of Penn-
sylvania, was a member of
the 1987 Junior World Fenc-
ing Team.
Israel, who won silver and
bronze medals at the 12th
Maccabiah Games in 1985,
took All-Ivy League and All-
East swimming honors this
year. He is scheduled to
graduate from Brown Univer-
sity this month.
Perle also will be returning
to the Games. Winner of a
bronze medal as a member of
the U.S. masters squash team
in 1985, Perle has been rank-
ed in the top five of the
over-50 category in the

Daniel Israel
Eugene Perle of West Bloom-
field, masters squash (men's
50 division); Bill Jacobs of
Farmington Hills, grand
masters tennis; Daniel
Goldberg of the University of
Michigan, a tennis player
from Avon, Conn.; and Diana
Swartz of Eastern Michigan
U., a master's tennis player
from Los Angeles, Calif.
Stollman, a Wharton

etroit Pistons' man-
agement said the Na-
tional Basketball
Association was expected to
approve this week the sale of
a rap song about the ball club
that was written and record-
ed by two Detroit-area Jewish
musicians.
"No one's going to get rich
off this thing," said Tom
Wilson, Pistons' chief ex-
ecutive officer. "It's just a nice
little promotional thing that's
just a lot of fun."
He said he "wouldn't be sur-
prised" if the song were
played prior to the Pistons'
playoff games against the
Milwaukee Bucks. "We'll pro-
bably play it regardless of
whether the NBA approves
it," he said, pointing out the
NBA approval is needed only

for tape sales by the Pistons'
outlets.
Bad Boys, written and
recorded by Stuart Zonder,
now of Atlanta, and Bill
Miller of Detroit, is being
marketed and distributed by
The Athletic Supporter Ltd.
of Farmington Hills, which
owns the "Detroit Bad Boys"
trademark. The wording
began appearing on clothing
items after the NBA produc-
ed a video, Bad Boys, about
the Pistons, according to Bill
Berris, president of the
marketing firm.
Berris said Wilson liked the
Zonder-Miller song best of
three that were submitted to
the team.
Miller said he and Zonder,
friends since 1976, wrote and
recorded the song when
Zonder visited Detroit during
Passover. They formed a pro-
duction company called Home

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