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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-11

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your
kids
to court.

GLC crown in the 1989
league playoffs.
In the other semifinal
game Sunday, the Chalut-
zim Hawks were leading 41-
31 late in the game when a
Hooters guard, called for a
double technical foul, refus-
ed to leave the playing area,
forcing his team to forfeit.

Season's Top Scorers

PTS
20.2
Dan Serlin (Athletics)
14.4
J.J. Model (Matzo Balls)
Oren Golan (Brand./Strauss)13.7
Mike Hauser (Matzo Balls)13.7
Bryan Silverman (Hawks).13.5
13.4
Jon Starkman (Buds)
13.1
Jeff Klein (Hawks)
11.3
Alex Gorelik (Heat)
Marc Nakisher (Hooters) 11.2
Steve Lebowitz (Attacks) 10.6

Markowitz scored five in the
first game for third place but
honors went to Jennifer An-
chill, who scored 11 to lead
Shira. In Game 2, Shira's
Debbie Siegel, Amy Javlin
and Cheryl Waller scored
three points each.

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662
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639
635

Shoshanna Wins
BBG Volleyball

Shoshanna BBG defeated
division-leading Shlom Aviv
in two straight games, 15-9
and 16-14, to become the 1990
B'nai B'rith Girls volleyball
League champions last week.
Shira BBG beat Disraeli,
15-13, 15-4, for third place
Rebecca Cohen and Jen-
nifer Franklin of Shoshanna
each scored three points in
the first game but notched
four points and six points,
respectively, in Game 2 to
complete the sweep. Heather
Cooperman, Alyson Lam and
Melanie Weiss got four points
each to lead Shalom Aviv in
the second game.
Disraeli's Jennifer Lipson
scored eight points and Elyse

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Picked For Show

Kaerobics, the karate-
- aerobics fitness routine cre-
ated by Ken Levy of CMI
Health & Tennis Club,
B'nai B'rith Men's
Southfield, has been selected
for presentation at three
Bowling Results
conferences of the Interna-
May 8, 1990
tional Dance and Exercise
T'SHUVAH
Association (IDEA).
Levy will demonstrate
High Games
kaerobics
at the seventh an-
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Alan Saloman
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nual IDEA convention June
Hal Kohn
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Max Epstein
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IDEA'S educational con-
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Fla., and at IDEA'S Mexico
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Ira Saperstein
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Leonard Berger
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