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September 15, 1989 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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Jewish Sports Hall
To Honor Mike Ilitch

Michael Hitch, founder and
chairman of the board of the
Little Caesars Pizza chain
and longtime supporter of
amateur athletics throughout
the state, has been named
recipient of the 1989 Alvin
Foon Award by the Michigan
Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
The award will be presented
at the organization's fifth an-
nual Hall of Fame induction
dinner, scheduled for Nov. 6 at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
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Michael Ilitch

dent of the Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame and is
presented annually to an in-
dividual for outstanding con-
tributions to sports and
athletics in Michigan, said
James F. Grossman, Hall of
Fame secretary.
Ilitch "has always loved
sports, both as a participant
and as a fan," said Grossman.
"He has always contributed
to sports, from the time when
he was starting out in the ear-
ly 1960s with just one or two
pizza shops. His involvement
with professional sports isn't
the reason for his selection by
the Hall's board of governors."
Ilitch is owner of the National
Hockey League Detroit Red
Wings team. •
Grossman said more than
50,000 young people par-
ticipate in Little Caesars-
sponsored teams and leagues
in the United States, Canada
and England in indoor and
outdoor soccer, baseball,
hockey, softball - and
basketball.
Past Foon Award recipients
are Don Canham, former
University of Michigan
athletic director, and Ernie
Harwell, Detroit Tigers
broadcaster.
Inductees to the Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame will be

Mike Yellen, raquetball
champion; the late Lou
Handler, a former boxing
referee; and the late Jake
Mazer, a state basketball
pioneer.
Television sportscaster Eli
Zaret will be master of
ceremonies and comedian
Jack Carter will speak.

Spielberg, Jerome
Win Senior Golds

Julius
Spielberg
of
Southfield and Jerry Jerome
of Birmingham won gold
medals in their respective age
groupings in the 1,500-meter
racewalk during the 10th an-
nual Michigan Senior Olym-
pics, held Aug. 18-20 at
Southfield High School.
Spielberg won the 80-Plus
division by one second over
lone runnerup Max Nosan-
chuk of West Bloomfield.
Jerome won the 65-69-year-
old division.
Also winning a gold in the
racewalk was Abe Ulanoff of
Southfield in the 70-74 divi-
sion. Louis Kashdan of West
Bloomfield was third in the
75-80 group.

Sloan, Rosenthal
Connect For Aces

Dick Sloan recorded his
first golfing hole-in-one Aug.
9 when he aced the 205-yard
No. 14 hole with a driver into
the wind at Franklin Hills
Country Club.
Bud Rosenthal got his se-
cond ace in 57-years using a
5-iron on the 150-yard No. 9
hole on Aug. 13.

Bowlers Sought
By Brotherhood

Temple Israel Brotherhood
bowling league is seeking
bowlers for its 40th year.
The league meets 9:30 a.m.
Sunday at West Bloomfield
Lanes. Temple membership is
not required.
For information, call Neil
Lefton, 851-4457.

Farmington Hills
Run Is Oct. 8

The "Run Through The
Hills" 1.6- and 10-kilometer
runs will be Oct. 8, beginning
at Heritage Park in Farm-
ington Hills.
There are entry fees for
each race. For information,
call the Recreation Division,
473-9570.

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