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March 19, 1993 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-19

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The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Providence Hospital and Medical Centers
will host a lecture by

Richard F. Jones, III, MD, FACOG
President of the American College of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Tuesday, March 23

at 5:30 pm
Providence Hospital's Fisher Auditorium
16001 West Nine Mile, Southfield

This lecture will be of special interest to healthcare
professionals and individuals from other social service
organizations. It will also be open to the public.

Admission is free and refreshments will be served.



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Esther Frank has been working hard.

Joseph Mantel of West
Bloomfield, who played in the
men's 55-59 division, was
fighting a bad cold and lost in
his first match. According to
Gross, tenths had four times
as many entries as the other
team competitions, such as
squash, bowling, golf and
track and field.
"It was exciting to watch
the matches of the men's 35-
year-old age group," said
Gross. "They were good, and
many looked professional. It
was a discovery to find out
that there were so many out-
standing Jewish tennis play-
Ken Silver of Huntington
Woods and Marc Lakin of
Birmingham had first-hand
experience with this division.
Both are considered strong
competitors in the Detroit
area. "Without a doubt, this
was the strongest division,"
said Lakin.
Silver said, "I've played in
some local and club tourna-
ments at Detroit Tennis, but
this seemed like a wonderful
opportunity to compete na-
tionally. I played well in Flor-
ida, but there were four or five
men that were ranked na-
tionally. They were tough.
There's a lot of good Jewish
tennis in this country."
Lori Horowitz of West
Bloomfield competed in the
women's 35 to 44 division.
"The depth of good play was
outstanding," said Horowitz.
"Many of these women were
more than just recreational
players like myself; some had
played on their college teams
and competed in national am-
ateur events. They were very
The Florida trip was Jerry
Singer's second attempt to
make the Maccabiah tennis

team. Singer competed in the
50 to 54 division and lost in
the third round against the
number one seed. He played
one of the matches that was
cut to a 10-game pro set be-
cause of the rain.
"I would have been very
proud to represent the Unit-
ed States in Israel," said
Singer, whose daughter at-
tended Hebrew University
and lived in Israel for three
years. "I didn't like losing but
I'm glad I entered because I
met a bunch of wonderful peo-
ple and renewed some old ac-
quaintances from the last
To date, eight Michigan
athletes in addiition to Esther
Frank have earned spots on
the U.S. team that will com-
pete in Israel this summer.
They include:
Bill Berris of 'White Lake
Township, masters basket-
ball; Michal and Yael Hose of
Ann Arbor, field hockey;
Michael Kobernick of Hunt-
ington Woods, masters tri-
athlon; Joseph Mantel of West
Bloomfield, masters table ten-
nis; Steven Matz of West
Bloomfield, masters swim-
ming; Steven Rosen of West
Bloomfield, masters basket-
ball; and David Stegman of
West Bloomfield, juniors
Beth Robinson and Susan
Rosenthal, both of Southfield,
will serve as accommodations
managers at the games.
Other Michigan athletes
may be added in other sports
during the next two
months. ❑

Bowling Results


Galileo Monday

Barbara Papo 559/219, Helene
Robbin3 527/201, Lorraine Fried-
man 203, Dolly Murley 505.

Galilee Thursday

Heiene Robbins 524, Sylvia Isley

Galilee Tuesday

Lori Feldman 529, Judy Rosen


Ben Lusky, Traveling

Wayne Lusky 869/238-237-202,
Phil Horowitz 868/232-225-219,
Alan Salomon 234, Cy Rott 225-
205, Gary Plasko 221-200, Eddie
Cohen 211, Ron Lustig 202.


Keith Kingston 616/231-224, Milt
Burg 255, Rob Pliskow 233, Jason
Cohen 217, Harold Kohn 213-202,
Steve Tolbert 208-201, Jeff Laski
206, Bruce Liebowitz 204, Mary

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