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December 08, 1989 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-08

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SPORTS I

FEEF,

When it comes to
custom design, utmost quality
and personal attention,
Bruce Weiss
runs rings around
the competition.

And,
when it comes to price
there is no competition.

HURT.

Don't walk in pain! We take care
of painful corns, bunions, callouses,
diabetic foot, arthritis and hammer
toes. House calls, transportation
available at no extra charge.



c4gRk'

rf

!!

FREE GIFT on
First Visit

DR, CRAM BRODI DR, STEVEN SCHREIER

FOOT SPECIALISTS
5755 W. Maple, Suite 111
West Bloomfield

We accept most insurance as full payment. No out of pocket
expense to you. Call for an appointment.

Bruce Weiss Jewelers.

111

855-FEET

(855-3338)

We put the custom . . . in customer

Holiday Hours through December

Monday-Thursday 10:00-7:30, Friday & Saturday 10:00-5:30, Sunday 12-4:00

BRUCE
VVEISS

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IN THE MAYFAIR SHOPS AT NORTHWESTERN HIGHWAY

4010

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Petoskey, Michigan

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furnishings, gifts and accessories
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DECEMBER 7 — DECEMBER 17

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from

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A Welcomed Gift Anytime

Extended Holiday Hours:
Sunday 12-5 / Monday-Friday 10-9 / Saturday 10-6
Saks Fifth Avenue Open All Saturdays 10-9 & Sunday 11-6

SOMERSET MALL

W. Big Beaver Road at Coolidge, Troy

62

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1989

YOUR EXERCISE CONNECTION

• TREADMILLS —
Electric/Manual
• HEALTH BIKES
Manual/Dual Action/Electric
• ROWING MACHINES
• BELT VIBRATORS
• MASSAGE ROLLERS
• MISC. GYM EQUIPMENT

LARRY ARONOFF

ACTON RENTAL & SALES

(313) 891-6500

(313) 540-5550

Men's Eliminator
Finalists Named

The 10 finalists in the
Detroit B'nai B'rith Men's
Eliminator bowling tourna-
ment were to compete in the
final round this week for the
championship.
The title will go to the
bowler with the most pins-
over-average for three games,
as bowled during his regular
bowling night, according to
Sy Zate, tournament director.
The finalists, from an in-
itial field of 126 entries, and
their leagues are Alan
Borsen, Ben Lusky League;
Alan Shapiro, Brotherhood-
Eddie; Larry Silver and
David Baumhaft, Jacobson;
Gary Berman, Downtown-
Fox; Mark Wermuth, Mix &
Match; and Shel Rakotz, Mort
Friedman, Ron Goodman and
Mary Dictor, Pisgah.

B'nai B'rith Men
Forming Leagues

The B'nai B'rith Bowling
Association will form three
new leagues for the re-
mainder of the season.
One will be a senior citizens
mixed league bowling mid-
day at West Bloomfield
Lanes. A second will have
eight teams and bowl at Novi
Lanes 7:15 p.m. Monday
nights, while the third will be
an 8:15 p.m. Wednesday night
league at Novi, also with
eight teams.
There still are openings for
bowlers in the Sunday morn-
ing and Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday night leagues.
For information, contact
either Mark Sperling at
477-2905; or Sy Zate at
661-9897.

Honey Berris
Basketball Results

Championships will be held
Dec. 20, at 8 p.m.
December 3, 1989
Mumford Phys. Ed. 89, The
Home Boys 62. High Scorers:
Mumford — Dave Baxter, 26
points; Home Boys — Harry
Glanz, 24.
The Pistons 49, The Doctors
46. High Scorers: Pistons —
Steve Rosen, 16; The Doctors
— Greg Washington, 13.
The Bullets 71, Phi-Slama-
Jama 67. High Scorers:
Bullets — Andy Sallan, 26;
PSJ — Dave Sucher, 19.
Standings
Pistons
4-1
Bullets
4-1
Mumford
4-2
Phi-Slama-Jama
3-3
Spartans
1-4
Home Boys
1-4
Doctors
1-4

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