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March 30, 1990 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-30

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SPORTS 1

HILLEL
DAY SCHOOL
32200 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48018

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LIMITED OPENINGS FOR ALL
ELIGIBLE STUDENTS ARE STILL
AVAILABLE FOR FALL, 1990,
KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST
GRADE.

If you are unable to pay the full tuition, we
would like to try to help. Please call the
bookkeeping office at 851-2394.

Please send me more information regarding Kindergarten and
First Grade at Hillel.

NAME

ADDRESS

CITY

ZIP

STATE

(Work)

PHONE (Home)

SPRING FASHIONS

AT THE SPORT CONNECTION

$2.00

OFF

Any non-sale
audio CD
priced $10.88 & up

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Secondhand Books

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In Your Home

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Dr. Howard Belkin and Loni Wilenkin show off
the new Spring Fashions from Sergio Tacchini.
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Men's & Boys'

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FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1990

THE JEWISH NEWS

352-4244

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then, Marshall has won
league titles in 1985 and
1988. In the latter year, Mar-
shall was unbeaten in the
Twin Valley Conference,
posting a 24-2 overall record
and being a state quarter-
finalist. Three girls from that
team are playing in college.
With eight players back on
this season's team, Stulberg
feels that Marshall will have
a better season in 1990.
"The thing I enjoy most is
the daily interaction with the
girls," he says. "I think it's
getting to know well, and
work with, great individuals
— high school students who
are working hard at
something that has a positive
end result.
Stulberg and his wife, Nan-
cy, have two daughters, Anne,

8, and Jennifer, 6. "The girls
are pretty good swimmers
and skaters," he says, but he's
not sure about basketball.
"I'd like to get a couple of
guards out of them," he says,
"but it's too early to tell."
Stulberg doesn't see
coaching the boys' varsity as
a promotion. "I don't think I'd
enjoy that as much," he says.
"There's still sort of a
freshness in the girls' game.
Compared to the boys', it's in
its infancy. There's still an en-
thusiasm and willingness to
learn and listen that you
don't always have in the boys'
game.
"I feel I have more of an im-
pact on the girls' game right
now than I would at the boys'
level."



1IN BRIEF I

B'nai B'rith Men's
Bowling Results

March 26, 1990

T'SHUVAH
High Games
232-215
Dave Moss
222
Walt Feuereisen
205
Ed Schwartz
200
Andy Feuereisen
200
Hal Kohn
High Series
615
Dave Moss
BROTHERHOOD —
EDDIE JACOBSON
High Games
250
Andy Rubin
247
Larry Slutsky
236
David Baumhaft
235
Sandy Mandell
234
Mark Rappaport
High Series
653
Andy Rubin
649
Sandy Mandell
631
Larry Slutsky
621
Mark Rappaport
613
Mark Klinger

ZIEGER — GROSS
High Games
244-217-215
David Levinson
230-214
Keith Kingston
224-221-212
Mike Goodwin
224
Sam Feig
209
Jason Cohen
High Series
676
David Levinson
657
Mike Goodwin
648
Keith Kingston

DOWNTOWN — FOX
High. Games
245-228
Bruce Pazner
240
Mike Feldman
235
Steve Kay
235
Les Gold
222
Andy Rubin
High Series
658
Bruce Pazner
604
Andy Rubin
633
Bruce Myers

MORGENTHAU/L'CHAYIM
High Games
217
Marty Bordoley
211
Mike Himelson
210
Sam Erlich
206
Len Rosenblat

203
Lou Dorfman
203
Bob Franklin
RENAISSANCE
High Games
254
Dave Koloff
229
Seymour Rubenst
226
Shel Rakotz
210
Mel Segal
210
Arnie Millman
High Series
635
Dave Koloff
632
Shel Rakotz
603
Dale Silverman
PISGAH
High Games
269-233
KeithWest
268
Ron Godman
234
Mort Friedman
231
Dave Freedman
224
Paul Schaefer
224
Gary Weiss
High Series
708
Keith West
700
Ron Goodman
623
Mort Friedman
612
Gary Fink
608
Paul Schaefer

Hall To Announce
'90 Foon Winner

The Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame will hold
its annual general member-
ship meeting at 10 a.m. April
4 at the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center, Room
239.
The meeting is open to the
public. There will be
refreshments.
The meeting will announce
the 1990 Foon Memorial
Award winner.
A sports round-table discus-
sion will feature Eli Zaret,
Channel 2 sportscaster; Russ
Small, WXYZ sports director;
and the Hall's executive
director, Mark Unger, sports
director of WJZZ.
"We expect a large crowd,"
said Hall of Fame President
Seymour Brode, who recently
was elected to his second year
at the organization's helm.

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