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June 15, 1990 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-15

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SPORTS

T oday,

Franklin.
'4\tomorrow,
Wimbledon.

Franklin's Junior Tennis Program

is open to members and non-members alike. Geared to those
between the ages of 5 and 18, instruction is provided on an
individual basis at all levels. Sessions fill up rapidly, so call and
register today or stop by at 29350 Northwestern, just west of
Franklin Road in Southfield.

Summer Tennis And
Swim Camps Begin
June 18th
352-8000

To register, or for more information, call:

Ext. 38.

Why Gamble
with Safety?

ADT Security Systems,
North America's
leading security com-
pany for over 110
years, offers you—at a
small additional
monthly charge—the
same reliable, 24 hour
monitoring service
trusted by leading
banks, businesses and
the U.S. Government.
It's your #1 choice.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1990

First — Chuck Lewis, Larry Lax,
Ray Kurtzman, Arnold Kaufman,
65.325, $225.
Second — Jerry Shagrin, Norm
Rotter, Ivan Frankel, Norm
Rosenfeld, 66.3, $150.
Third — Bill Mazer III, Mike Git-
tlen, B.B. Brown, Arnold Agree,
67.175, $125.
Fourth — Dick Hamburger, Fred
Cohen, Harry Radom, Jim Stone,
67.325, $100.

May 22, 1990
GALILEE MONDAY
High Game

Ann Siegel
Sue Lawrence
Lynn Simon
Dana Golinski

The
Last Thing
a Burglar
Wants
to See!

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$395.00

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$19.95 A Month for
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For Free Demonstration, Call

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GALILEE THURSDAY
High Games

Barbara Papo
Susan Richards
Helene Robbins
High Series
Barbara Papo
Helene Robbins
Susan Richards

exhibits of artists such as
Erte, Agam and Vasarely is
scheduled for June 22.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the League,
881-0400 or 726-7900.

Cancer Society
To Host Classic

The American Cancer
Society's upcoming Celebrity
Golf Classic will be June 22
at Bay Pointe Golf Club in
West Bloomfield and will be
hosted by comedian Mark
Ridley of the Comedy Castle.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call ACS, 557-5353.

Leukemia Group
To Host Golfers

The Children's Leukemia

BB Women's
Bowling Results

ZEIGER
High Series

Fitness 8. Racquet Club

Security Systems

Chuck Lewis' four-man
team posted a 65.325 average
to edge Jerry Shagrin's
quartet for the Franklin Hills
Country Club spring scram-
ble championship recently.
The victory earned Lewis'
team $225 of the $600 purse.
Some 60 players competed on
15 teams. Top four teams:

Shirley Robbins
High Series
Ann Gallison

FRANKLIN

protected by

Lewis' Team
Wins At Franklin

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Foundation of Michigan will
sponsor its 11th annual Golf
Outing on July 16 at the
Western Country Club,
Redford.
There is a charge. Proceeds
go to fund state-wide
research. For information,
call the CLF office, 353-8222.

Variety Schedules
2nd Kovan Outing

The Detroit Variety Club's
second Jonathan Kovan
Memorial golf outing, open to
men and women, golfers and
non-golfers, will be June 19 at
Bay Pointe Golf Club, West
Bloomfield. Chairman is Dr.
Paul Schneider of Southfield.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the Variety office,
855-6440.

Two To Enter
Bicycle Events

Men's Tourney
Set For Oak Park

Two members of the
Wolverine Sports Club who
work for the same banking
firm are entered in back-to-
back weekend bicycle racing
events.
Beth Grossman, second
vice president at Michigan
National Bank, and Evan
Deutsch, an MNB sales
representative, will be corn-
peting in the Michigan Na-
tional 24-Hour Challenge in
Grand Rapids June 16-17
and also in the Multiple
Sclerosis 150 Bike Tour from
metro Detroit to East Lans-
ing June 23-24.

The Oak Park recreation
department is accepting
registrations for its annual
men's "Family City" Class B
Funfest softball tournament
June 23-24.
There is an entry fee.
Registration is limited to 16

Polo Club Site
Of League Match

The Junior League of
Detroit will hold its second
polo match and auction for
the restoration of Sibley
House. The June 24 event will
begin at noon at the Detroit
Polo Club in Milford.
A pre-polo party featuring

teams. Deadline is June 20.
For information, call Roy
Vultaggio, 545-6400.

"""'"'"1 NEWS

1 .1.11

House Of Lords
Rejects War
Crimes Bill

London (JTA) — Differ-
ences between justice and
retribution seem to have
been at the heart of the con-
flict that ended with the re-
sounding defeat early Tues-
day morning of Britain's
War Crimes Bill in the
House of Lords.
The measure, adopted by
the House of Commons on

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