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November 02, 1990 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-02

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1990

Maccabi Volleyballers,
B'nai B'rith To Tangle

RICHARD PEARL

Staff Writer

T

he Detroit Maccabi
Club boys volleyball
team which took the
bronze medal in the recent
Jewish Community Centers
North American Maccabi
Youth Games will play a top
Greater Detroit B'nai B'rith
lodge team in an exhibition
game Nov. 4.
The game between Mac-
cabi and "A" Division leader
Centennial Lodge will be
played at 11:30 a.m. on
Court 1 at Oakland Com-
munity College in Farm-
ington Hills. A second ex-
hibition between Maccabi
and Brotherhood 3, leader of
the men's B Division, is
scheduled for Dec. 2.
"We're looking to help the
kids get started playing
volleyball on a regular basis,
perhaps organizing a youth

Say The
Magic Word . . .

As Groucho Marx used
to say on the old "You Bet
Your Life" television
show, "Say the magic
word and the birdie will
come down and give you
$50."
A certain Rockville,
Md., baseball-card collec-
tor and fan of Detroit
Tiger immortal Hank
Greenberg may have said
the right thing. At any
rate, he should be feeling
a little better these days,
thanks to the generosity
of a fellow Greenberg fan
in Motown.
Neil Keller, a card-
collector specializing in
Jewish athletes, said in a
story in the Oct. 19 Jew-
ish News that he'd like a
Greenberg card, but had
just bought a condo and
didn't want to "get swept
up with buying cards at
the same time. Baseball
cards are a disease."
Whether "disease" was
the magic word may
never be known, but Sinai
Hospital President Robert
A. Steinberg, a personal
friend of the late
superstar, responded to
the article by sending
Keller a Greenberg card
from his own collection.
You can keep your fifty
bucks, Groucho.
— Richard Pearl

league," said Marty Melton,
commissioner of the B'nai
B'rith Men's Volleyball
League. "What better way to
begin than through an ex-
hibition with Maccabi?"
Maccabi team managers
Ken Bertin and Sam
Skeegan said the games will
provide exposure of the sport
to youth in the Jewish corn-
munity. "We're a good team
and we're getting better,"
said Bertin. "We're develop-
ing a league now at the JCC
for 12- to 17-year-olds.

"It'll be a challenge for our
guys to play Centennial. It
should be a good exhibition."
Maccabi team members
are Scott Aaronson, Albert
Berger, Evan Ellis, Jordan
Glass, Ben Greenberg,
Darrin Gursky, Howard
Krugel, David Serlin, Jared
Starr and Jason Zacks.
Centennial team mem-
bers, led by player/manager
Joel Kaufman, are Rany
Bachar, Mark Carney, Lee
Grigorescu, Paul Kaye,
Barry Leder, Gary Silver-
man and Sheldon Stern. ❑

B'nai B'rith Men's
Bowling Results

October 29, 1990

BEN LUSKY-TRAVELING
High Games
255
Mort Friedman
233
Cy Rott
225
Mitch Lefton
221
Shel Onikel
High Series 4 games
862
Mort Friedman
ZEIGER-GROSS
High Gaines
225-212
Alan Salomon
209
Lou Knopko
206-205
Alan Kanter
202
Keith Kingston
202
Mike Geller
201
Bob Eisen
BROTHERHOOD-
EDDIE JACOBSON
High Games
278
Bob Chafetz
254
Steve Weinberg
245
Dan Fantich
234
Mark Rowe
233
Sy Weinstein
High Series
678
Larry Horn
639
Steve Anstandig
630
Mark Rappaport
630
Steve Weinberg
627
Andy Rubin
617
Dennis Eder
616
Dave Radner
DOWNTOWN-FOX
High. Games
233
Mike Downes
224-215-206
Steve Kay
222
Gary Berman
208
Mike Feldman
203
Bruce Myers
High Series
646
Steve Kay

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