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August 18, 1989 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-18

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THE CADILLAC FAMILY

BB Bowling
Goes On TV

The history of B'nai B'rith
Bowling in metro Detroit is
the topic of a new television
piogram on Continental and
Metrovision cable systems.
"B'nai B'rith Bowling — On
A Roll" features Seymour
Zate, Jerry Corlin, Mark
Sperling and Al Brook in the
first show. Zate says it may be
expanded into a monthly
series.
The show will be aired on
Continental *Ch. 18 at 7:35
p.m. Monday and Aug. 31 and
at 8:05 p.m. on, Aug. 25.
Metrovision Ch. 12 - is
scheduled to carry it at 7:30
p.m. Monday and Sept. 1.
Zate is vice president of the
Metro Detroit B'nai B'rith
Bowling Association and • a
board member of the
organization's International
Bowling Association; Corlin
is president of the Greater
Detroit B'nai B'rith Council;
Sperling is executive
secretary of both the Metro
and International associa-
tions and Brook is a past
president of both.

Area Gains
Bowling Champ

IN

STAFF REPORT

hen it comes to jun-
ior bowlers, Mount
Pleasant's loss is
Southfield's gain. .
Joshua Lessin, 16, moved to
Southfield from the central
Michigan city in June after
becoming state co-champion
of the Young Americans
Bowling Alliance Division C
mixed doubles.
He and partner Tonya
Munro of Oil City, near
Mount Pleasant, rolled a com-
bined score of 1,381 in the
Michigan State YABA tour-
nament in mid-May at Grand
Rapids to earn the title. The
pair received their plaques at
ceremonies in Lansing in
July.
The YABA is the governing
body of junior bowling in the
United States.
-. Joshua said his father Bar-
ton taught him to bowl when
he was 9 years old. The senior
Lessin is an assistant dean at
Wayne State University.
In Mount Pleasant, Joshua
bowled in a Saturday junior
league and averaged at least
one bowling day a week year-
around. He hasn't yet selected
an area bowling alley.
Lessin plans to try out for
basketball at his new school,
Birmingham Groves High
School. He's also played in the

THE PRICE OF A NEW CADILLAC WILL NEVER BE LOWER!

. Joshua Lessin

brass section of the Mount
Pleasant High School band.
Joshua, who has a summer
job at a fast-food restaurant,
carries a 155 bowling average.
"When we won the title, I just
went out there and had fun.
I wasn't trying to win, like
some people do," he said.

'Microwave'
Leads Adults

Vinnie
"Microwave"
Johnson of the National
Basketball Association world
champion Detroit Pistons will
lead an adult basketball
camp, 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center.
The program is open to the
public. There is a registration
fee, proceeds frbm which will
benefit the Center's youth
basketball programs. Johnson
will donate his fee to the
Detroit Pubic Schools sports
program.
Participants will receive a
T-shirt. For information, call
Brian Clayton at the Center,
661-1000, Ext. 236 or 240.

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Doug Kay Wins
Knollwood Golf

Doug Kay won his first
Knollwood Country Club
championship flight golf
crown in 12 years Sunday by
defeating defending cham-
pion Bradley Klein, 7 and 6,
in match play.
Kay, who first won the title
in 1977, was three holes up
after the opening round of the
finals on Saturday. Other
flight winners: First, Harvey
Lash; Second, Robert Seigle;
Third, Leonard Weiss; Fourth,
Joel Grand; 5th, Stan Ber-
shad; Sixth, Hadley Wine.
The women's club cham-
pionship will conclude on
Thursday.

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