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March 13, 1992 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-13

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This Season, PASS Covers
All the Bases!

70 LIVE

United States and Canada is
to help us grow."
Logue knows that by asking
for money for his program, he
is competing with other
charitable causes designed to
help Israel. Why should
donors support Israel base-
ball?
"The little state's got a lot
of problems," Logue says.
"We've had a tremendous in-
flux of kids with the aliyah of
the Russians and the Ethio-
pians. And these people are
all struggling to make a start
in Israel. A lot of them have
children. Statistically, the
worst age group for a kid to
move, especially when he's
not language-knowledgeable,
is as a teen-ager. His culture
completely changes. You take
a Russian kid, even though
he might be Jewish, and
plunk him down in Israel,
he's kind of lost. First he's got
to learn a new language; he's
got to learn a new culture; it's
a culture shock. So baseball
makes it a little easier for the
kid; he's part of some-
thing." ❑

Bowling Results

JEWISH WAR VETERANS

Carl Berlin 251, Steven Hoberman
245-201/631, Jeffrey Burg 224, Ed-
ward Burg, 220, Michael Gersten,
219, Daniel Brickner 212, Sheldon
Rakotz 209, Gary Berman 208,
Allen Klegon 206, Herbert Bogorad
200, Joseph Silver 200.

B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN

Galilee Tuesday
Dena Wein 201/569, Alice Labes
217/530.

Detroit-Morgenthau
Fran Milgrom /515.

Centennial
Rochelle Solomon 203/546, Loretta
Gold /516.

Galilee Thursday
Lorraine Friedman /517, Mollie
Sloan /508.

Ben Lusky, Traveling
Wayne Lusky 253-236/830, Barry
Schlussel 224-212/816, Howie
Gerenraich 228-201/805, Cy Rott
247, Mort Friedman 233, Allan
Zuppke 224, Phil Horowitz 211-202,
Steve Kendler 211, Gary Plaskow
209, Bryan Levine 202.

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
Dennis Eder 245-230-226/701, Bob
Chafetz 257-223/678, Jeff Eisenberg
222-221-217/660, Barry Fishman
246-203/635, Rob Weintraub
224-223/628, Ira Saperstein
223-205/621, Steve Anstandig
223-216/620, Mark Rowe 234, Mark
Klinger 233, Allen Zuppke 216-204,
Ron Malach 216.

Zeiger/Gross
Keith Kingston 229, Steve
Achtman 224, Bill Yaker 215, Gary
Bistrow 214, Gary Krasman 214,
Max Fertel 213, Mary Wain 207,
Andy Feureisen 203, Mike Geller
203.

Morgenthau-L'Chayim
Ron Lustig, 228, Mike Jeross 219,
Lou Dorfman 213, Mike Rosenberg
212, Mike Wayne 211, Bert Cohen
208, Sandy Perlman 206, Mike
Himelson 205, Saul Rosner 205,
Hal Lempert 204, Mary Litt
201-200, Joe Grossman 200, Len
Moss 200.

Downtown/Fox
Steve Ross 222-201, Bruce Myers
220, Barry Galison 220, Randy
Smith 215, Aaron Kales 211, Lee
Roth 204, Steve Velick 202, Bob
Weiss 201.

Motorsports Special Events

NASCAR
NHRA
SCCA

New In '92 - PRESS ROW!

Philadelphia Phillies and
managed in one game
which he won. Who was
he?
2. On May 14, 1981, Fer-
nando Valenzuela pitched
the Dodgers to a 3-2 vic-
tory over the Montreal Ex-
pos, thereby handing this
Jewish hurler his only ma-
jor league decision. What
was Steve's last name?
3. In 1937, this rookie
homered in his first game
for the Phillies. Two years
later he had five hits in
one game. He also played
for the Reds and Giants
before retiring in 1946.
What was Morrie's last
name?

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20-23!

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SUNDAY
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Championship
LIVE at 4:00 pm!

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IDAL
ACKAGES

DOLL
REPAIR

Mix & Match
Rick Popper 202, Brett Chudler
166, Wendy Cohen 166.

Pisgah
Larry Horn 235-224/643, Andy
Rubin 247/629, Larry Sandler
223-214/608, Phil Goldsmith
223/607, Jerry Rose 234/601, Mike
Black 253, Mitch Lefton 235, Ron
Goodman 224-200, Mike Bloomberg
223, Mary Dictor 223, Jon Firsht
221, Barry Fishman 215, Al
Mudryk 214, Jeff Moss 213, Mike
Kent 211, Greg Brent 211, Rob
Greenfield 210, Bruce Weberman
210, Harold Silverman 209, Neil
Schaefer 206.

Arena Football
Pro Beach Volleyball
Pro Surfing

PASS' LIVE round table discussion hosted
by Fred McLeod! Airs Monday night

Renaissance
Dave Koloff 235-204/620, Harold
Markzon 209, Roger Karnow 208,
Neil Werner 206, Sander Papo 202,
Arnold Levine 200.

Jewish Baseball Quiz

For each of its next three
issues, The Jewish News
will run a Jewish baseball
quiz. The questions have
been compiled 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 Base-
ball Bonanza! on March 29
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 Neighbor-
hood Project.
1. He coached for the

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