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March 22, 1991 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-22

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SPORTS

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DENNIS

RODMAN

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ALL-STAR BASKETBALL CAMPS

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4901 Evergreen, Dearborn, MI 48128 (313) 593-5540

UNIV. OF MICHIGAN
DEARBORN, AUGUST 5-9

St. Denis Athletic & Community Centre
Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4 (519) 253-4232 Ext. 7029
(Home of Pistons' wining Camp)
Owens Technical College
30335 Oregon Rd., Perrysburg, Ohio 43351
(419) 666-0580, Ext. 207

UNIV. OF WINDSOR
JULY 15-19

TOLEDO, OHIO
JULY 8-12

Fogler

Two Sessions are available:
Morning Session 9 a.m.-12 p.m. or Afternoon Session 1 p.m.-4 p.m.

The All-Star Basketball Camps are open to U.S. and Canadian Residents

• Rebounding
• Defense
• Shooting Instructions

• Games
• Contests
• Awards



• Camp T-Shirt
• Gatorade Squeeze Bottle
• Gatorade to be supplied during camp

HARLAN C. ABBEY

Special to The Jewish News

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DENNIS WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE AT EVERY SESSION, EVERY DAY.
Guest speakers will include Other Piston Players and Coaches!!!
Pick up a
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registration
followed by Special Awards Ceremony At The. End of Each Camp. 7-9 p.m
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any
participating
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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1991

Braun

NCAA Jewish Coaches
Into March Madness

boys and girls ages 7-16

For more information on camps or on joining the
Dennis Rodman Fan Club call (313) 458 6501
Fee: $170 ($195 Canadian) • Re • 'ster by May 31st. Limited Enrollment

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Arrow

hree Jewish coaches
are among the field of
64 seeking the NCAA's
"final four" basketball crown,
to be decided March 30-April
1 in Indianapolis.
They are Ronnie Arrow of
the University of South
Alabama in Mobile and Ben
Braun of Eastern Michigan
University in Ypsilanti, each
making their second ap-
pearance in the glamour
event, and Vanderbilt's Eddie
Fogler.
Fogler, considered one of the
nation's brightest young
coaching stars, is making his
fifth straight post-season ap-
pearance in only five years as
a head coach. The long-time
assistant to Dean Smith at
North Carolina U. took
Wichita State to two straight
NCAA tournaments and one
National Invitational
Tournament.
Last year, his first at
Vanderbilt, he won the NIT
championship. This year's
team posted a 17-12 season,

including a win at Alabama,
which won the Southeastern
Conference tournament.
"This is an unusual team,"
said Arrow, a native of
Houston. "I thought we'd
have one or two 'studs' who
could get us 18 to 25 points
per game. Instead, we play 11
or 12 in every game, and
someone different is the star
every game."
Arrow, who has his own
"Arrow-heads" rooting sec-
tion, posted a 22-8 record in
the Sun Belt Conference, win-
ning both the regular season
championship and the season-
ending conference champion-
ship as well.
"Our best win probably was
at Southern Mississippi,
92-85, when they were rank-
ed 9th in the nation," he said,
"and we beat six non-league
teams, five of which won their
conference championships."
Braun said this year's EMU
team won the MAC title
when the league was at its
strongest. "Our league got a
lot of respect last year," he
said, "when Ball State reach-
ed the round of 16 and lost by
only two points to Las Vegas,

Jewish Baseball Quiz

For each of its next four issues, The Jewish News will
run a Jewish baseball quiz. The questions have been com-
piled by Irwin Cohen, coordinator of group sales for the
Detroit Tigers.
Answers to the trivia questions, as well as free Tigers
tickets and other prizes, will be part of Baseball Bonanza!
on April 14 from 1-4 p.m. at the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center, 15110 W 10 Mile Road, Oak
Park. Baseball Bonanza! is sponsored by the Neighborhood
Project.
This outfielder hit four grand slam home runs for the
Boston Braves in 1950. He also played with the New York
Giants.
This outfielder came up to the majors with the Indians
in 1965. He hit over .300 in 1972 and represented the Royals
in the All-Star Game that year.
He played the outfield for the Reds, Mets, Cubs and
Oakland from 1965 through 1972. His first name was Art.
What's his last name.
He was a second baseman for the New York Giants in
1926, 1928 and 1929. What's Andy's last name?
He was a minor league first baseman and is now a high-
ranking member of the commissioner's office.

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