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July 13, 1990 - Image 55

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he maintained. "I had a stu-
dent over to a Sabbath meal
and the topic of baseball-card
collecting came up. He
thought it was very in-
teresting. It was a positive
thing for a rabbi and a stu-
dent to have something like
that in common. You have to
understand, rabbis are just
people, too."
Grant, Lopatin and Rabbi
Glogower recommend teach-
ing kids to take good care of
the cards from the outset,
because such signs of im-
proper care as bent edges
diminish the cards' value.
And dealers recommend that
for best buys, purchase cards
at shows and not a card
stores, where the overhead is
included in the price.
Another tip is, buy a com-
plete set of cards each year
(about $22) and put them
away for several years. More
people today are buying and
leaving unopened, packs of
cards, thus taking a chance
that they'll one day have
valuable cards in mint-
condition.
The Sports Collectors Digest
mentions several trends for
baseball cards in the 1990s.
One is that values of cards
from the 70s will Spiral up-
ward because of the "20-year
phenomenon," in which cards
become more valuable after
20 years. Also, many players
who were rookies in the 70s —
such as Mike Schmidt,
Carlton Fisk and George
Brett — soon may be entering
baseball's hall of fame.
The weekly also predicts
continued success for basket-
ball and football cards,
thanks to increased market
competition. Also, the quali-
ty of all cards is expected to
increase in the 90s, as will the
value of second-year-player
cards.
According to the dealers,
one thing is certain: the hob-
by does bring out the kid in
everyone. ❑

Frosh 3rd-Sacker
Letters At Knox

Galesburg, Ill. — Jason
Simpson of Huntington
Woods, a freshman at Knox
College, has been awarded a
varsity letter in baseball for
the spring 1990 season.
A graduate of Cranbrook
Kingswood School, Simpson
is the son of Shelley Simpson
of Huntington Woods and
Norman A. Samson of West
Bloomfield.
He played third base for the
Siwash and was the team's
No. 4 hitter batting .246 in 23
games with 8 runs, 16 hits
and 9 RBI. He also was 5-for-5
in stolen bases.

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