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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1989

Aft and his family through
the trying times in Tucson,
where he had taken a temple
educator position in 1986
after five years in similar
work in Chicago.
Baseball will always be im-
portant to Rabbi Aft. Not on-
ly does he play catch with his
three children, but he keeps
a glove and ball in the trunk
of his car, offering to toss a
few with prospective students.
He says the game has
resulted in six students corn-
ing to UHS because word of
the rabbi who talks baseball
has spread.
"People come because they
know they have somebody at
the school with whom they
can relate," he says. "You
don't find many rabbis who
play baseball." 0

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Brotherhood —5, playing
through the National League
(B Division) losers bracket
Aug. 27, won five games in
one day — including the title
contest by 7-4 over
Brotherhood —3 — to claim its
second consecutive B'nai
B'rith National League Soft-
ball Playoffs championship.
Bloch, which finished in
last place in the American
League (A Division) in
regular-season play, won the
American League playoff
championship the same day
with a 7-5 victory over
Morganthau. Morganthau,
last season's runnerup,
defeated Brotherhood —1, the
defending champion, 7-4 that
day to gain the title-game
berth.
Rain had postponed both
divisional playoffs from Aug.
20 to Aug. 27, thus creating
the possibility Brotherhood
—5 would have to play five
games in one day to win the
championship, according to
Marty Melton, B'nai B'rith
League commissioner.
Brotherhood —5 forced a fifth
and final game by defeating
Brotherhood —3, which had
advanced through the win-
ners bracket, 13-2 in the
fourth game of the day.
Melton said he plans to
return as commissioner for an
18th season next summer.

Knollwood Women
Advance To State

Boyne, Mich. — The
Knollwood Country Club
women's golf team of Dede
Benaderet, Joan Brawer, Min-
dy Fynke and Roberta Mador-
sky will represent Oakland
County in the Michigan State
Babe Didrickson Zaharias
Cancer Benefit Tournament
here this weekend.
The quartet won the right

to play for the state title by
winning the Oakland County
championship at
Meadowbrook Country Club
over the Labor Day Weekend.

Maccabiah Lists
Detroit Medalists

Here is the list of medal
winners from the 1989
Regional Junior Maccabi in
Pittsburgh last month —
SWIMMING
Girls 12
Heather Rosenberg — Gold
medals: 50-, 100- and
200-yard freestyle. Silver
medals: 50 flystroke, 200 in-
dividual medley (IM). Bronze
medals: 50 and 100
backstroke, 50 breaststroke.
Boys 12
Seth Hitsky — Gold: 100
breast. Silver: 50 breast,
4x100 medley relay.
Girls 13
Jodi Shapiro — Gold: 200
back, 4x100 medley relay.
Silver: 100 fly, 100 breast, 100
free, 200 breast, 200 IM,
4x100 free relay.Bronze: 50
fly, 100 back, 100 fly.
Girls 15
Stacy Weinberg — Bronze:
200 breast.
Lauren Dworkin — Gold:
4x100 medley relay. Silver:
100, 200 breast.
Shari Sitron — Silver:
4x100 free relay.
Linda Goldstein — Gold:
100 and 200 free, 100 and 200
back, 200 and 400 IM, 4x100
medley relay. Silver: 500 free,
4x100 free relay. Bronze: 100
fly.
Boys 15
Robert Kamins — Silver:
100 back, 4x100 free relay.
Bronze: 100 fly, 200 back.
David Hitsky — Silver:
4x100 medley relay.
Girls 16
Rhonda Keller — Gold:
4x100 medley relay. Silver:
4x100 free relay. Bronze: 200
back.
Boys 16
Mark Golding — Gold: 50
and 200 free, 200 IM. Silver:
200 breast, 500 free, 4x100
medley relay. Bronze: 100
breast, 100 free.

TRACK

Girls 12-14
Sari Jo Berman — Gold:
200-meter run, 4x100-meter
relay. Bronze: 100-meter
dash.
Sara Kolodin — Gold: 100,
4x100 relay. Silver: 200.
Bronze: 1,500-meter run.
Jodi Shapiro — Gold: 4x100
relay. Silver: 400 run.
Judi Sidder — Gold: 4x100
relay.
Boys 12-14
Steve Baer, Marc Goldman,
Aaron Kobernick, Danny
Newman — Silver: 4x400

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