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January 03, 1992 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-03

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they're hoping for additional
help from 6-1 junior Seth
Hoffman and 6-4 senior let-
terman Eric Hewett when the
second semester opens in late
January. Both are currently
academically ineligible, Hoff-
man because of an incomplete
and Hewett due to a late class
transfer. "Both are working to
make it up," says Negoshian.
Also rebuilding is Oak
Park, which gradauted all
five starters from last year's
18-6 Suburban Athletic
Association and district
championship team.
But the Howard-Golding-
coached Knights, 1-3 at the
break following losses to
Aquinas (No. 3 in Class C),
Harrison and Southfield, and
a victory over Inkster, are
rebuilding with the help of
last year's powerful junior-
varsity crew that went 15-5.
"Our goal now is to go 17-3,
and that's realistic," says
Golding, in his fourth year as

Knights' head coach and
believed to be the only Jewish
high school cage coach in
Michigan.
That prediction is based on
continued outstanding play
from such players as Richard
Jenkins and Alan Card, both
6-6 senior forwards, and the
three-point shooting of Ber-
nard Tynes, plus continued
improvement by 6-6 sopho-
more Ryan Perryman. ❑

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SOCIECY
CANCER.

Hundreds of people in the
Jewish community have
pledged to participate a
minimum of 18 hours per
year in at least one of 207
Jewish-content courses of
study through the Makor
program.
Begun with 35 pledgers in
1989, the Makor (Source) pro-
gram has attracted more than
750 participants. Others will
be able to join them as the
Makor catalog, a directory of
adult Jewish education
classes to be held this winter,
is distributed next week by
the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Courses will be offered at 37
locations around town and
may be taken through
synagogue and temple study
groups and retreats, the
Midrasha, private study
groups, university or
Federation-sponsored pro-
grams, and in other institu-
tions around Detroit.
The classes are divided in-
to 10 categories: arts, crafts,
film and fiction; Halachah;
Hebrew; history and politics;
Jewish family and home;
Judaism; laws, customs,
holidays and life cycles;
philosophy, ethics and
mysticism; Talmud; teacher
training; Torah; and Yiddish.
A reference guide at the
front of the book will list loca-
tions where the courses will
be conducted. The list of
winter 1992 pledgers also ap-
pears in the catalog.

For information about
Makor or to obtain a catalog,
call the Leadership Develop-
ment Department at Federa-
tion, 642-4260.

Machon Hosts
Lecture Series

Machon L'Torah will spon-
sor a lecture series for newly-
arrived Soviet immigrants on
basic Jewish history from
creation until the Gulf War.
The lectures will be held
weekly on Thursday evenings
beginning 7 p.m. Jan. 16 at
Machon. Individuals ages
18-49 are encouraged to
register. The program will be
led by Rabbi Avraham
Jacobovitz and will be
translated into Russian.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed; there is no charge. For
registration information, call
Lena Grinman, 967-5888; or
Machon, 967-0888.

JCC Holds
Dance Class

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit, together with Stuart
Rogoff and Eric Harris, will
offer a beginner and advanc-
ed street dancing class begin-
ning 6:30 p.m. Jan. 13. The
10-week classes will be
held at the Maple-Drake
building.
For information, call Jen-
nifer Adler or Shirley Siegal,
661-1000.

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