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November 26, 1993 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-26

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Association summer events.
He's returning to that level of
competition this winter by
taking part in the Junior
Ping Tour. He finished 19th
and earned All-American
honors on that circuit last
year.
Does Levy have a future in
golf?
"Like many high school
athletes who are very good in
a particular sport, Jon has
the makings of a good career,"
Crosby said. "But there's a
long way to go and a lot of
hard work ahead until that
becomes a reality."
In the meantime, Levy
wants to play golf in college
and study engineering or ar-
chitecture. He's considering
Michigan State, Colorado,
Colorado State, New Mexico
and New Mexico State.

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Basketball Camp
In Israel

Registration for the Israel Bas-
ketball Academy, an Orthodox
summer Torah sports camp in
Israel, is under way.
The camp, for boys ages 11
through 17, features a six-week
program combining sports,
Torah, and touring the land of
Israel. Located in Efrat, this
camp boasts one of the best fa-
cilities in Israel for basketball
instruction. There are five bas-
ketball courts, modern dormi-
tories, an Israeli community
surrounded by mountain vistas,
vineyards, and fields.
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, author,
Torah scholar and chief rabbi of
Efrat, is the rabbinic adviser for
the Israel Basketball Academy.
Efrat, home to over 6,000 peo-
ple, is located eight miles south
of Jerusalem. Rabbi Riskin will
coordinate the daily learning
and Torah atmosphere for the
camp.
In addition to basketball in-
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The Charles Shapiro Post and
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans have scheduled
a theater party to be held at
Genitti's in Northville Nov. 27
at 6:15 pm.
A light-hearted mystery,
Murder at the Follies, will be
presented, following a fami-
ly-type dinner. There is a
charge; reservations are re-
quired.
For information and reser-
vations, call Myra Gross, 851-
7366; or Sandy Pliskow, 399-
1546.

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