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July 16, 1993 - Image 130

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-16

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Sports Hall of Fame
Awards Scholarships

Your palms begin to sweat...

The Michigan Jewish Sports
Hall of Fame MJSHF has an-
nounced the winners of its
1993 High School Athletic
Scholarship Awards. Amy
Berkowitz of Oak Park and
Jay Zimmermann of Farm-
ington Hills will each receive
a scholarship grant to help
defray the cost of tuition.

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A new 4 week Hebrew Crash Course has been designed to take
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you 93% efficiency in reading those texts which have caused you
so much trouble in the past.
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Oak Park High School where
she played varsity tennis and
softball for four years and var-
sity volleyball for one year.
She has a 3.6 grade point
average and expects to enroll
in Eastern Michigan's School
of Education in September.
Ms. Berkowitz and Mr. Zim-
mermann will be honored at
the annual Hall of Fame In-
duction Banquet in
November at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.

Dutch Sentence

Andover High School
freshmen Jeff Bershad and
Jeff Solomon completed a
20-4 tennis season at No. 3
doubles this spring for the
The duo won the Warren
Mott Invitational, the SMA
Invitational and the consola-
tion flight of the West Bloom-
field Invitational.
They advanced to the
quarterfinals in the Class B
state high school tennis

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Mr. Zimmermann, a recent
graduate of North Farm-
ington High School, was on
the varsity track and soccer
teams for three years and was
a participant in the 1992 In-
ternational Maccabi Games.
He has a 3.589 grade point
average and plans to become
a pre-med student at the
University of Michigan.
Ms. Berkowitz attended

Basketball Unlimited and
Rockers/Total Soccer co-ed
youth sports camps has open-
ings for Aug. 16-20. Both
camps will be held at the
Maple-Drake JCC.
The basketball camp will
run from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; soccer
camp will run from 9:30 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
For information or to
register your child, call the
physical education office,

Amsterdam (JTA) — Eight
Dutch neo-Nazis have been
fined about $225 and
sentenced to between 50 and
110 hours of community ser-
vice for taking part in a
demonstration in which they
wore Nazi garb and shouted
Nazi slogans.
The youths, from different
parts of the country and
ranging in age from 20 to 36,
also received three weeks of
probation from the District
Court in Leeuwarden, the
site of their April 29 demon-
stration against the trial of
another neo-Nazi.
The youths wore collars
with swastikas, carried iron
chains and knives, shouted
Nazi slogans and threatened
another group protesting
racism and fascism.
Three of the eight had
been arrested the night
before their own trial in
Leeuwarden for putting up
neo-Nazi posters with
swastikas and the slogan
"Freedom of expression also
for neo- Nazis."
The neo-Nazi whose April
trial was the occasion for the
eight men's first demonstra-
tion was tried for seriously
wounding another man and
sentenced to five years.

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