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October 27, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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Strong

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with fine furniture and beautiful accessories
from the finest makers.
Let our professional staff of interior designers plan your rooms
around you - with all the latest looks, lines and colors.
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ing up to four times a week,
one-and-one-half to three
hours at a time, and wat-
ching her diet, she's had to
learn other things, such as
"how to drop the bar if I'm
going to miss a lift. I have
hit myself in the face, been
hit on the head and have
fallen on my rear. My wrist
bothers me, but that's the
only physical problem."
Now training at the
Livonia home of Bud Char-
niga, a nationally known
lifter and national weightlif-
ting association board
member, Nichol has at least
two incentives to keep train-
ing: the Mid-America
Weightlifting Competition
in Chicago in December (she
placed third last year there)
and the 1990 U.S. Nationals,
which will be next April in
Farmington Hills.
Nichol has very good
strength potential, said
Charniga, but she will need
to work on her elasticity and
mental readiness to place
among the top three nation-
ally, he said.
Nichol said she's never
shirked from a challenge. "I
enjoy it (weightlifting). I
wouldn't do it if I didn't en-
joy it; it's too difficult, too
time-consuming, and there's
no fame and fortune in-
volved in being the best."
Just the fun of competing
and renewing acquaintances
at the meets — and winn-
ing. ❑

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SPORTS

M-F 8 am-5 pm, Sa 8 am-noon

Youth Basketball
Sign-Ups Begin

The Oak Park recreation
department announces regis-
tration for its youth basket-
ball program, grades 4-12.
Deadline dates are Nov. 20
for boys' midget and junior
divisions; Dec. 9 for all girls'
divisions; and Jan. 3 for boys'
senior division.
For information, call the
recreation department,
545-6400.

B'nai B'rith Men's
Bowling Results

October 16, 1989
DOWNTOWN-FOX
High Games
234
Gary Berman
221
Randy Smith
221
Dennis Eder
220
Mel Case
212
Gary Siegel
High Series
630
Gary Berman
MORGENTHAU/
L'CHAYIM
High Games
235
Mary Litt
Marty Bordoley . . . .209-205

201
Mike Himelson
201
Phil Perlstein
RENAISSANCE
High Games
216
Cullen Lieberman
210-208
Jon Firsht
210
Larry Freed
209
Dan Cohen
MIX & MATCH
High Games
202
Dolores Fox
198
Barry Zate
PISGAH
High Games
257
Neil Lefton
246
Larry Sandler
238
Bruce Fidler
228
Phil Goldsmith
228
Gary Weiss
High Series
642
Gary Weiss
610
Phil Goldstein
608
Mort Friedman

Oak Park Offers
Adult Volleyball

The Oak Park recreation
department is now offering
adult volleyball leagues for
residents and non-residents
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays.
There is a team entry fee.
League play begins in
January.
For information, call the
recreation department,
545-6400.

Jewish War Vets
Bowling Results

October 18, 1989
Jerry Superstein
Carl Berlin
Michael Gersten
Milton Burg
Jerr Manchel

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245
244
241
228
207

BB Women's
Bowling Results

October 18, 1989
GALILEE TUESDAY
High Games
202
Hallie Serling
201
Cidnie Herold
High Games
509
Cidnie Herold
502
Debbie Wein
GALILEE MONDAY
High Games
226
Arlene Greenblatt
202
Leigh Herskovic
High Series
563
Arlene Greenblatt
GALILEE THURSDAY
High Series
520
Susan Richards
503
Barbara Geller
MASADA-MEIR (MGM)
High Games
243
Nancy Pomish

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