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April 03, 1992 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-03

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SPORTS

Suburban

Nissan, Volkswagen

Announces:

Bowling Results

Continued from preceding page

All our in-stock automobiles are marked
down to the lowest discount price
possible! There's NO NONSENSE .
YOU GET THE BEST DEAL.

PICK THE CAR YOU WANT, ANYDAY
PAY OUR LOWEST PRICE AS MARKED.

suburban

AT THE TROY
MOTOR MALL

NISSAN

Phone: (313) 649-2300
EASY TO FIND ... On Maplelawn off
Maple Rd. Between Crooks & Coolidge

40ert,,

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AZA Basketball
Results

Jewish Experiences for Families,
the Jewish Community Center,
and the Jewish News
thank the entire community for the
overwhelming response to the

The Great Purim Parcel Project.

An enormous number of Shalach
Manor Purim parcels were donated.

Todah Rabah!

v.

56

FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1992

B'NAI B'RITH MEN
Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
Dan Fantich 239/653, Larry Horn
225/636, Mark Rowe /608, Steve
Diskin 256, Scott Gittleman 256,
Larry Slitsky 234, Steve Fine 232,
Sandy Mandell 225.
Zeiger/Gross
Steve Achtman 225, Keith Kingston
213,Joel Lankowsky 207, Bill Yaker
203, Andy Feureisen 201, Bruce
Leiberman 200.
Morgenthau-L'Chayim
Ron Lustig 236-221/632, Mike Jeross
224-212, Lou Konopko 217, Jerry
Gilbert 216, Rick Melamed 207, Al
Yeridick 205, Jerry Broida 203-201,
Bob Essick 201, Nick Altwerger 201,
Sau Rosner 200.
Downtown/Fox
Mike Downes 226, Bruce Myers 223,
Paul Kales 210, Larry Frommer 204,
Mel Case 200, Mark Bremeister 200.
Renaissance
Dave Koloff 225-218-201/644, Jerry
Order 224, Cullen Lieberman
221-200, Harold Markzon 217, Jack
Gold 207, Bob Smith 204, Richard
Stern 200.
Mix And Match
Mike Reiter 191, Terri Wenson 63,
Sheryl Stollman 158.
Pisgah
Eric Weiss 268-214/670, Gary Green-
berg 232-213/634, Jeff Eisenberg
225-214/622, Steve Tunis
224-214/622, Mike Black 235/601,
Barry Bean 243, Mik Goodwin 236,
Dave Stolberg 224, Shel Rakotz 224,
Joe Burnstein 217, Howard Waxer
214, Bill Oram 211, Dan Cohen 211,
Ron Goodman 210, Michael Reider
209, Jon Firsht 209.

Jolson Athletics
L'Chaim Matzoballs

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Posen Posse
Mendoza Magnums

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Hart Attack
Strauss Running Rabbis

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19

Rose Rebels
Chalutzim Chrows

30
25

L'Chaim Matzoballs
Chalutzim Hawks

35
33

Herzl Hit Man
Akiba/Samson Scorpions

42
19

Herzl Heat
Kishon Chipmunks

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37-year-old policeman who
came from Ethiopia.
He completed the course in
2 hours, 14 minutes and 56
seconds, shaving 5 minutes
off the previous best time.
Ethiopians came in second
and third, followed by five of
the 20 foreign entrants. Of
the 150 Israelis competing in
the main event, the best a
sabra could do was eighth
place.
But an Israeli came in first
in the less grueling 13-mile
mini-marathon, in which
1,500 runners took part. The
winner was Dov Kremer, a
26-year-old economics
graduate from Holon.

B'nai B'rith
Basketball

A League
U-M Division
Downtown Fox 1
Detroit 1
Pisgah 2
Downtown Fox 4
MSU Division
Pisgah 1
Brotherhood 3
Brotherhood 1
Detroit 2
B League
EMU Division
Keiden
Centennial 2
Downtown Fox 3
Michigan Regional 1
CMU Division
Downtown Fox 2
Bloch
Centennial 1
Zager Stone

Tel Aviv (JTA) Ethiopi-
an immigrants took first, se-
cond and third places in the
12th annual Tel Aviv
Marathon run.
As usual, the 26-mile race,
organized by Histadrut's
Hapoel Sports Club, snarled
traffic in Israel's largest
city.
The main streets in central
and northern Tel Aviv and
in the Ramat Gan suburb
were closed to vehicles, forc-
ing motorists and bus pas-
sengers to endure delays of
up to six hours.
The winner of the event,
which has become a classic
in major cities all over the
world, was Tumme Turbe, a

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C League
U of D Division
5
Morganthau
2
Brotherhood 6
2
Brotherhood 5
1
Detroit 4
Wayne State Division
8
Detroit 3
7
Brotherhood 2
4
Brotherhood 4
Michigan Regional 1
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Results
A League

Downtown Fox 1
Downtown Fox 4

Olim Win
Marathon Run

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Pisgah 1
Detroit 2

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Detroit 1
Pisgah 2

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Brotherhood 1
Brotherhood 3

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B League

Keiden
Mich. Regional 1

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34

Centennial 1
Zager Stone

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30

Downtown Fox 3
Centennial 2

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33

Downtown Fox 2
Bloch

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28

C League

Brotherhood 6
Brotherhood 5

41
40

Detroit .3
Brotherhood 4

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26

Brotherhood 2
Mich. Regional 2

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26

Morganthau
Detroit 4

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