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December 04, 1992 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-04

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TOUGH JOB page 49

IS
THE
SEASON

HOLIDAY

WALK THROUGH

Saturday
December 5
12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

THE .sEasog

• Photography Exhibit by Monte Nagler in
the Mall within the Plaza.

• Fragments collection at Roz & Sherm.

• Matsuda Eyewear Trunk Show at
D.O.C. Optique.

• Informal Modeling at
Don Thomas Sporthaus.

• Michigan Opera Theatre Holiday Carollers
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. strolling
throughout the plaza.

• Free holiday mug (while supplies last)
12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. throughout the plaza.

• Free bag of samples from
Gail's Office Supply.

• Magnetic Picture Frame Giveaway
12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. at Frames Unlimited.

Scott gets In a workout.

• Product Demonstrations at
Damman Hardware.

BECOME PART OF THE TRADITION

New Holiday hours beginning
November 29-December 23
Open Thursday evenings until 8 p.m.
and Sundays 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

• Informal Modeling at Loretta Lotion.

• Monte Nagler book signing Statements
of Life 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. at Metro News.

try. She flew in from Los An-
geles just before our card at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter and she was so upset
about what happened. She
had no idea that there were
problems.
"I give Scott so much cred-
it for his discipline and his
dedication to boxing. You

must make a real commit-
ment to the sport when
you're a boxer, and that's
asking a lot from a 21-year-
old. You need to give up a lot
of things if you want to be a
champion."
Scott Buchzeiger doesn't
mind the sacrifices. For now,
he just wants to box. ❑

• Photos with Santa 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
at Concourse 1-1-lour Photo.

• Product Demonstrations at
Sauces 'N' Tosses.

Bowling Results

• Gourmet food samplings at R.I.K.S.

TEMPLE ISRAEL BROTHERHOOD

• Foiled mint samplings plus one
single scoop sundae free with purchase
of the same from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
at Sanders.

A Collection of

- Three Distinctive Sho and Services



Telegraph at Maple

Harvey Kahn 633/289, Neil Lefton
625/257, Richard Kirsch 650/237,
Dan Glass 233, Charley Federman
632/227, Howard Lesnick 648.

JEWISH WAR VETERANS

Lawrence Garfinkle 229, Shel Rakotz
213, Harold Barman 210-201, Nathan
Barman 208, Milton Burg 206, Don
Rosenberg 203, David Broder 201.

B'NAI B'RITH MEN

Lusky, Traveling

Wayne Lusky 861/233-223-221, Cy
Rott 809/243-214, Phil Horowitz
815/228-207, Allan Salomon 814/
211-210, Dean Fine 806/214-210-204,
Clem Baggleman 237, Richard Har-
ris 232-222, Rick Woolman 226-209,
Bryne Levine 226, Howard Davidow
223-210, Allen Zuppke 215, Mitch Lef-
ton 212-206, Allen Oleinick 212, Gary
Plasko 209, Larry Schlussel 207.

T HE D ETRO T J E WIS H N E WS

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson

50

Scott Gittleman 633/248-231, Dave
Radner 618/225, Larry Slutsky 612,
Milt Fisher 609, Dan Stein 208, Den-
nis Eder 233, Mary Wain 211, Steve
Shapiro 210, Alan Kanter 206, 202,
Milt Burg 201, Bill Yaker 200.

Morgenthau

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motor soles Inc

CHRYSLER

Corner of Pontiac Trail & S. Commerce Rds.
WALLED LAKE

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L'Chayim

Len Moss 607/267, Bob Franklin
603/225-201, Lou Dorfman 218, Larry
Harwin 216, Nick Altwerger 213, Bob
Hechler 212, Barry Kaplan 210, Len
Rosenblat 210, Al Yendick 205, Hal
Lempert 204, Ken Wilson 200, Mike
Rosenberg 200.

Downtown/Fox

Bruce Nosanchuk 239, Jeff Sprague
219-205, Jeff Rubin 203, Sy Zate 202,
Mark Siegal 202.

Renaissance

Stuart Litt 231, Neal Drilich 205, Neil

Werner 204, Steve Zorn 201, Fred
Fisher 199.

West Bloomfield Jr. House League

Ron Goodman 611/227-208, Larry
Gerstein 610/235, Howie Gerenraich
602/214, Sy Guttman 242, Bryan
Levine 236, Mike Goodwin 223, Dan
Cohen 220, Mort Gerenraich 214.

Pisgah

Bill Oram 649/237-221, Barry
Fishman 649/235-211-203, Bruce
Weberman 614/231, Bob Chafetz
603/226, Matt Friedman 234, Aaron
Kales 222-213, Hersh Zeiger 216,
Rick Rogow 216, Mort Friedman 215,
Paul Gingold 212-202, Neil Schaefer
212, Marc Weberman 210, Phil
Goldsmith 206, Gordon Moses 205.

Pisgah League
Bowling Champs

Bowlers from the Pisgah
League won the Ben Bider
Memorial Tournament of
Champs. The team members,
Robert Greenfield, Bryan
Levine, Allan Mudryk and
captain, Lyle Schaefer, won
by nine pins over a team from
Downtown/Fox. The Down-
town/Fox bowlers are Mike
Downes, Mark Siegal, Sher-
win Newman and captain Sy
Zate. Individual honors went
to Barry Schlussel who shot
247 in a 637 series.
The tournament was nam-
ed for Ben Bider, a past presi-
dent. This year, his son Alan
Bider was honored and threw
the first ball.

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