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February 01, 1991 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-02-01

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Centennial, maintained its
knack of winning the league
playoffs by rallying to upset
Centennial, 3-2, in recent
Greater Detroit B'nai B'rith
Men's Volleyball League
action.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1991

In the B Division,
Brotherhood #3, regular-
season divisional champions
with an almost overwhelming
72-8 record, proved too much
for Detroit #1, taking the
playoff crown with a 3-1
victory.
The games were played at
the Oakland Community Col-
lege — Orchard Ridge
campus.
Centennial, captained by
Joel Kaufman, won the first
two games of the match
before Keidan, led by Ken
Bertin, took the next three to
win the A Division playoff
championship. Keidan had

BB Men Begin
Basketball Play-

The largest Greater Detroit
B'nai B'rith Men's Basketball
League in history began play
last Sunday, with 24 teams
and over 240 players.
League founder and com-
missioner Marty Melton said
this 16th season represents a
net increase of six teams over
1990. "We actually began
1990 with 20 teams, but lost
two during the season," he
said.
All participants must be
members of B'nai B'rith.
Melton said the organization
will welcome the veteran and
new players next Sunday
with coffee and doughnuts.
Games are played at the
Community
Oakland
Ridge
College-Orchard
campus.
Standings after last Sun-
day's round of 12 games:

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Pisgah 3
Downtown Fox 1
Detroit 2
Detroit 1

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MSU Division

Brotherhood 1
Downtown Fox 4
Brotherhood 3
Centennial 2

"B" LEAGUE
EMU DIVISION

Keidan
Pisgah 1

also beaten Centennial in the
1990 playoffs.
Centennial and Keidan
gained the title game handi-
ly, both scoring 3-0 wins over
their preliminary-round foes.
Centennial, which had a
59-21 regular-season record,
defeated Brotherhood #2
(22-58 during the season),
while Keidan (50-30) defeated
Morganthau (29-51).
In the _B Division playoffs,
Detroit #1, 40-40 in regular
play, reached the title game
by upsetting Detroit #2
(45-35) with a 3-1 victory.
Brotherhood #3 had no trou-
ble eliminating Brotherhood
#1 in the other preliminary,
3-0. Brotherhood #1, 35-46
during the regular season,
had won a playoff berth by
one game over arch-rival
Brotherhood #4 (33-47).
Jeff Goldsmith captained
Brotherhood #3, while Larry
Newman led Detroit #1.
Volleyball league commis-
sioner Marty Melton said
Brotherhood #3 will move to
the tougher A. Division next
season by virtue of its 1991
showing.

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Pisgah 2
Brotherhood 2

"A" LEAGUE
U-M Division

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CMU Division

Downtown Fox 3
Morganthau 2
Downtown Fox 2
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U of D Division

Brotherhood 6
Zager-Stone
Detroit 3
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Wayne State Division

Centennial 1
Brotherhood 4
Downtown Fox 5
Bi-otherhood 5

Tip Toppers Club
Schedules Dance

The Detroit Tip Toppers, a
social club for men over
6-feet-2 inches tall and
women over 5-10, will host its
annual "Last Chance Valen-
tines Dance," 8 p.m. Feb. 16 at
the Cumberland Con-
dominium Complex club-
house in southfield, accor-
ding to Bernard Botwinik,
vice president and public rela-
tions director.
There is an admission
charge. For information, call
the Tip Toppers hotline,
278-TALL.
The club also will be
holding its anniversary
celebration March 23-25 at
the Novi Hilton.

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