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September 08, 1989 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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I SPORTS

You are cordially invited to a
V.I.P. OPEN HOUSE
of our new Bloomfield Hills Design Studio & Model Home

On the southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Lone Pine,
on Friday, September 15, from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. and
Saturday, September 16, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

"MASTERPIECE HOUSE"

The "Woods of Lone Pine" is a community of fifteen detached site
condominium homes, created by Herbert Lawson, Inc.; D.A. Sellard's Assoc.,
Architects; Richard M. DePrez, Custom Builder, Inc., and Puff's of Petoskey's
Master Plan (TM) Design Team.

These unique homes range in price from $469,000 to $800,000.

This house was chosen by the Birmingham/Bloomfield Symphony Guild as
the 1989 "Masterpiece House".

New Bloomfield Hills Design Studio
The Woods of Lone Pine
1151 Lone Pine Woods Drive
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48013
Phone: (313) 932-2970

1200 Bay View Road
Petoskey, MI 49770
Phone: (616) 347-1000
Toll Free: 1-800-YOU-PUFF

SPERBER'S

KOSHER KARRY OUT

NOW TAKING ORDERS
FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS

FEATURING A COMPLETE LINE OF
HOLIDAY FOODS —ALA CARTE OR DINNERS
FOR BEST CONVENIENCE CALL YOUR ORDER IN ADVANCE

Orders Accepted Only Until Wed., Sept. 20, 1989

Our Hours: Fri. 9 a.m. til 2 hours before sundown
Tues. thru Thurs. and Sun. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

25250 GREENFIELD

(JUST NORTH OF 10 MILE RD.)

can

967-1161

Under Supervision of Council of Orthodox Rabbis

POST-MASTECTOMY
FITTINGS

CARING AND PROFESSIONAL
EXPERIENCE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE

Roslyn Will Take Care of You Personally

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

la)styri8 Intimate Apparel

Northwestern & Inkster—APPLEGATE SQ.
10-5:30 Daily, 10-8 Thurs.
353-5522

BUMPING
& PAINTING

SAVE YOUR DEDUCTIBLE* *Ask for details
493 - 0212 Herb's Reliable Service 356 - 3677

— Same Location Since 1972 —
Herb Silver, "The Saint of Paint" FREE Pick Up & Delivery

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1989

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WEDNESDAY-SEPTEMBER 20, 1989
7:00 - 9:00 P.M.

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
PUBLIC LIBRARY

1099 Lone Pine Road
(corner of Lone Pine & Telegraph)

• REFRESHMENTS
• DOOR PRIZES
• SPECIAL DISCOUNTS

RSVP - 645-5050

(before September 15)

Chuck
Randolph
Travel & Tours

BIRMINGHAM, MICHIGAN

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miles per day in two-hour
segments, one hour solo, the
other accompanied by a team-
mate. "That way, if you're
scheduled to rim at midnight,
you will have some company
part of the way," says
Michaelson, who also has run
two ultramarathons
(50-milers) and one
100-kilometer (62-mile) run.
Each five-man team will live
together aboard a convoy of
donated Winnebagos, he says.
Michaelson met Andrew
Mecca, a Los Angeles cultural
anthropologist who is
ADAPT's founder and the
relay race coordinator, on a
cruise ship last summer. Each
noticed the other's t-shirt —
Mecca was wearing an Iron-
man Triathalon shirt,
Michaelson a Boston
Marathon shirt — and the en-
suing conversations led Mec-
ca to invite Michaelson to
participate.
"With my experience, he
knew he'd be able to count on
me. If my turn comes up at 2
a.m. in the Rockies, he know
I'll hold up my end,"
Michaelson says. To prepare,
the endodontist has been run-
ning 15 miles six mornings a
week and one 20-plus-miler.
"I've trained very hard for
this. I want to be in the best
shape possible," says
Michaelson, an Adat Shalom
Synagogue member and
father of two children.
"I'm going to be one of the
`college kids' out there," says
Michaelson. Many team
members are masters
ultramarathoners like Mecca.
After the Transcontinental,
Michaelson says he'd like to
try the Ironman, a running-
biking-swimming competi-
tion held in Hawaii each year.
"It's the only thing I haven't
done," he says. 0

Table Tennis Clinic
To Feature Champ

Dan Seemiller, U.S. na-
tional men's table tennis
coach and five-time U.S.
champion, will conduct a two-
day clinic on the sport at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center Sept. 23-24.
Two-day and one-day tickets
are offered for the event,
which is co-sponsored by the
West Bloomfield Table Tennis
Club, are available. For infor-
mation or registration, con-
tact Candy Bousquet, Center
athletic director, at 661-1000,
Ext. 239.

Celebrities Ready
For Golf Classic

Fifty Detroit sports and
media celebrities will par-
ticipate in foursomes in the
ninth annual AT&T/March of

Dimes Celebrity Golf Classic
charity benefit Sept. 19 at In-
dianwood Golf & Country
Club in Lake Orion.
The winning team will com-
pete in the second national
championship tournament
sponsored by Continental
Airlines next February in
Florida.
For information, call Susan
Hall at 423-3228 weekdays.

NFIC To Host
Benefit Game

The National Foundation
for Ileitis & Colitis is sponsor-
ing its second annual benefit
softball game at 1 p.m. Sun-
day at the Southfield Civic
Center.
Admission is free, but there
will be a raffle at the game.
The game will pit members of
the NFIC Young Adults
against afiliated physicians.
Celebrities scheduled to ap-
pear include Channel 2 sport-
scaster Eli Zaret, anchorman
Bruce Kirk and "Mr. Interna-
tional Universe" Peter
Nielsen, who is afflicted with
inflamatory bowel disease.
For information, call the
NFIC office, 354-6080.

Mini-Golf Classic
To Fight Hunger

The Food Bank of Oakland
County will host its first
Miniature Golf Classic today
at Captain's Cove Adventure
Golf in Royal Oak.
The 10 a.m.-10 p.m. benefit
is open to the public. There is
a charge for persons age 5
years and above. All dona-
tions help fight hunger in
Oakland County.
For information, call Gary
Dembs, 569-4890.

Mini-Grand Prix
Aids Vision Woes

The fifth annual Detroit
New Center Lions Club Mini-
Grand Prix, the largest one-
day fund-raiser of any Lions
Club in Michigan to benefit
sight-related service
organizations, will be from 10
a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 16 in the
New Center Area.
Admission is free. For infor-
mation, call 875-MINI.

Kukes Captures
10th Franklin Title

Mike Kukes two-putted for
a par on the 36th hole Aug. 20
to defeat Stig Aronsson 1-up
and win his 10th Franklin
Hills Country Club golf
championship.
Kukes, 48, hit his second
shot onto the green on the
418-yard par 4 No. 18 while
Aronsson's approach shot
bounced off.

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