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September 21, 1990 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-21

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B'nai B'rith Men's
Bowling Results

September 17, 1990
BEN LUSKY-TRAVELING
High Games
299-233
Jeff Eisenberg
258
Shel Baskin
254
Mark Rosen
245
Mort Friedman
237
Wayne Lusky
High Series (4 Games)
888
Mort Friedman
850
Jeff Eisenberg
848
Barry Schlussel
800
Shel Baskin
BROTHERHOOD-
EDDIE JACOBSON
High Games
275
Larry Horn
245
Steve Weinberg
235
Dave Radner
233
Mike Katz
230
Nate Fine
High Series
672
Larry Horn
642
Dave Radner
639
Steve Weinberg
610
Dennis Eder
608
Bob Chafetz
ZIEGER-GROSS
High Games
233-225-224
Keith Kingston
233
Dave Levinson
224-222
Dave Moss
212-200
Jeff Fieg
212
Milt Resnick
High Series
682
Keith Kingston
639
Dave Moss
DOWNTOWN-FOX
Games
High
232
Jeff Weinfeld
227-202
Bruce Pazner
225
Gary Yashinsky
210
Mel Case
206
Howard Goldberg
High Series
607
Bruce Pazner
RENAISSANCE
High Games
245-212
Shel Rakotz
243-228
Dave Koloff
207
Jack Gold
200
Richard Harris
High Series
659
Dave Koloff
639
Shel Rakotz
PISGAH
High Games
267
Mike Goodwin
259
Shel Rakotz
248
Jeff Eisenberg
236
David Freedman
233
Aaron Kales
High Series
661
Aaron Kales
630
Jeff Eisenberg
629
Shel Rakotz
622
Howard Waxer
610
Mike Goodwin
610
Eric Weiss
610
Ivan Fenyvesi

Bowlers will compete in the
qualifying round, with the
top 16 scorers advancing to a
match-game elimination to
determine the winner, Zate
said. Based on a 40-man en-
try, the top prize will be $400,
he said.
Plans are to hold a
"B.O.B.B.I." tourney monthly,
he added.
For more information, call
Zate, 661-9897.

BB Women's
Bowling Results

September 12, 1990
CENTENNIAL
High Series
Rochelle Solomon
GALILEE MONDAY
High Series
Ann Gallison
GALILEE TUESDAY
High Games
Debbie Wein
Reva Lepler
High Series
Rosalie Stein
COSMO-BLOCH
High Game
Gert Lubetski
GALILEE THURSDAY
High Series
Barbara Papo

513

511

211
204

519

228

514

B'nai B'rith Sets
Volleyball Season
Individuals or teams in-
terested in competing in the
18th season of Greater
Detroit B'nai B'rith Men's
volleyball are asked to call
Marty Melton, Council
athletic director, 553-3428.
The season begins Sept. 23
at Oakland Community Col-
lege in Farmington Hills
and runs through January,
1991. Participants must be
members of B'nai B'rith.

Openings Available
In Men's Leagues

Bowlers wishing to join a
B'nai B'rith men's league can
find openings in the Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday
night leagues plus the newly
formed Friday Seniors
League.
For information, call Sy
Zate, 661-9897.

B'nai B'rith Men
Slate Pin Meet

Forces Discover
Terrorist Cells

The Metropolitan Detroit
B'nai B'rith Bowling Associa-
tion will hold its new
"B.O.B.B.I." Iburnament —
the "Best Of B'nai B'rith In-
vitational" — at West Bloom-
field Lanes, 1 p.m. Oct. 7.
Sy Zate, tournament direc-
tor, said the top bowlers in the
nine B'nai B'rith leagues are
eligible to enter the tourney.

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli
security forces have un-
covered two terrorist cells
operated by the Islamic
Jihad, one in the West Bank
and the other in the Gaza
Strip.
Security forces this week
announced the discovery of a
cell in the Hebron area,
which was allegedly in-

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