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May 25, 1990 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-25

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A Few Words on the

JCC Summer Swim Club

Grappling

Continued from preceding page

of our 2 pools,
Ahi l •• • a dip in or one
a walk on one of our air-conditioned tracks

S woosh ... your squash & racquetball on one of our 11 courts
S wat •.. a tennis ball over one of our 8 tennis courts*
on one of our lounge chairs on our enlarged
M rnmin relax
outdoor deck area with snack bar

May 28 - September 3

"Pwe

$230 Family

(.4*

$140 Individual

for more words contact the Jewish Community Center
661-1000 ext. 265, 266, TDD 661-1900

*additional court fee for tennis only
* must be paid for in full
*day camp reduction does not apply

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who wears a chai around his
neck, saw the Maccabi as a
chance to continue learning
and progressing in his favor-
ite sport.
Among the more experi-
enced matmen is Josh
Goldsmith of Southfield-
Lathrup, who will be a co-
captain for his team next
year. The majority of the
wrestlers are from West
Bloomfield and Farmington
Hills.
Two of the smallest are
from West Bloomfield, 98-
pounders Danny Saltsman
and Marc Goldman. The
team averages two to three
years' wrestling experience.
"We think we've got a
pretty good group of kids
here," says Les Swartz. "We
think we're going to do pret-
ty good."
Detroit Maccabi wrestling
team members and their
suburbs are:
Southfield — Aaron Coop-
er, Josh Goldsmith; East
Detroit — Steve Robinson;
Beverly Hills — Avi
Moskovitz; Farmington
Hills — Jeremy Foreman,
John Kaufman, Jacob
Kaufman, Brian Newman,
Andy Siegel, Brad Wasser-
man, Larry Weisler; West
Bloomfield — Adam Ellis,
Marc Goldman, Josh Jacobs,
Scott Jacobson, Matt Liss,
Danny Saltsman, Ryan
Stearn, Michael Swartz,
Greg Weitzman. ❑

ing demonstrations; and
there will be hair analysis
and make-up consultations by
Headline Family Hair Care.
For additional information,
call Weight Watchers,
553-3232 or 1-800-462-7466.

Najman y Sharon
Share MVP Title

Team captain Danny Naj-
man and three-point ace Tal
Sharon have been named co-
Most Valuable Player of the
1989-90 Akiva Hebrew Day
School basketball team.
Najman averaged 15.4
points per game, including a
30-point game against the
Windsor Jewish Community
Center. He is being honored
for his "exemplary leadership
on and off the court," accor-
ding to Akiva coach Moshe
Rose.
Sharon, a 12.9-points-per-
game scorer, averaged over
two three-point baskets per
game. In a game against
Community Hebrew Acad-
emy of Thronto (CHAT), he
bagged six triples.
Both players led or tied the
team in scoring nine times.
David Kirshner, who
averaged 11.7 points per
game, won the Sportsman-
ship Award.
Akiva finished the season
with five wins and 17 losses,
but two of the losses were by
five points and one was by one
point, said Rose.

'Bodywise' Fair
Scheduled June 9

Table Tennis
Will Continue

"Bodywise," a free health
and information fair, will be
held noon to 4 p.m. June 9
at the Weight Watchers
building, 28555 Orchard Lake
Road, Farmington Hills.
Specialists from Car-
diovascular Health
Associates will offer blood
pressure and cholesterol
testing; hearing tests will be
provided by Beltone Hearing
Aid Service; the American
Diabetes Association will pre-
sent information to help iden-
tify those at risk of having or
developing diabetes and Dr.
Dale Stone, allergist/im-
munologist, will answer ques-
tions concerning allergies and
asthma.
Also on hand will be Dr.
Wesley Brun, psychologist
with the Samaritan Counsel-
ing Center; and Dr. Fred
Roberts, dermatologist. Staf-
fers from Fitness U.S.A.,
along with Weight Watchers
exercise coordinators, will
suggest exercise and body
toning tips; Weight Watchers
food program team will pre-
sent "How to Read Food
Labels" and low-calorie cook-

Table Tennis round-robin
leagues will continue through
the summer, 6-10 p.m.
Tuesdays and 2-6 p.m. Satur-
days at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center.
For information, call Guen-
ther Schroder, 356-1073.

Israeli Fans
Jeer No-Shows
In Soccer

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
national soccer team beat
the Soviet Union's team 3-2,
before 45,000 spectators in a
friendly international match
at Ramat Gan Stadium May
16.
It was the first time the
two teams had met since
1956, when the Russians
trounced the Israelis.
But if revenge was sweet,
the game at Ramat Gan was
only a sideshow.
The real passion of the
fans was directed against
three Israeli football super-
stars, who declined to play
because they claimed they

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