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December 10, 1993 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-10

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Annie Wilkinson

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dual meets this fall (the Lakers
went 5-2) and Rothenberg was
the first to cross the finish line
in all seven. She won her divi-
sions in the Holly and West
Bloomfield invitationals and she
was second in the Metro Sub-
urban Activities Association vs.
Southeastern Michigan Associ-
ation meet and the state re-
gional meet.
The Lakers tied for second
in the overall MSAA standings
and their third-place finish in
the tough state regional at
Marshbank Park in West
Bloomfield landed them a spot
in the state team champi-
onships.
With a 4.2 grade point in her
first semester at West Bloom-
field High, Rothenberg says
she'd like to study at Princeton.
But first she has some running
to attend to. ❑

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Mark Bialick 243, Bill Yaker 227, Rob
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Zeidman 207, Max Epstein 201.

BROTIERHOOD/EDDIE JACOBSON

Larry Slutsky 654/237, Steve Anstandig
647/233-225, Mark Klinger 639/235,
Scott Gittleman 635/255, Gary Klinger
632/221, Mark Rosen 607/223, Greg
Shulman 600, Andy Rubin 237, Bryan
Levine 226, Ricky Reznik 225, Mike
Lieberman 222.

MORGENTHAU/L'OHAYIM

Bob Franklin 234, Len Brozgold 229,
Len Moss 227, Ron White 214, Dave
Rosenthal 213-208, Barry Glazer 212,
Ira Auslander 211, Joe Grossman 210-
205, Jerry Broida 209, Marty Bordeley
206.

DOWNTOWN/FOX

Ken Gross 641/227-215, Gary Yashin-
sky 607/217-213, Howard Burlak 221,
Jeff Rubin 211-204, Jeff Block 209, Neil
Werner 204, Mike Downes 204, Gary
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WEST BLOOMFIELD JR. HOUSE LEAGUE

Larry Gerstein 674/256-236, Howie
Gerenraich 672/232-226-214, Jeff
Eisenberg 653/244-227, Ron Herman
632/225-215, Steve Rabinowitz
608/223-205, Dan Cohen 216, Jon
Firsht 213, Ricky Kirsch 210, Ron Good-
man 208-204.

BBW Bowling
League Scores

GALILEE MONDAY

Barbara Papo 565/224, Sandy Ribiat
525/200, Rozanne Mekiir 201, Ann Gal-
lison 545.

GALILEE TUESDAY

Nancie Rakotz 549/241, Reva Lepler
544, Cidnie Herold 541/222, Karen Minc
526/206, Alice Labes 524, Annette
Rubinstein 510/235, Judi Grant 502,
Beryl Perlman 202.

Runner Named
All-American

Aaron Prussian

Hillsdale senior captain Aaron
Prussian of Saline completed
his college cross country career
Nov. 20 with a 13th-place fin-
ish at the National Association
of Intercollegiate Athletics na-
tional championships in
Kenosha, Wis.
He was clocked in 25:16 for
the hilly 8-kilometer course
and led Hillsdale to a third
place finish in the NAIA team
standings.
Earlier, Prussian led Hills-
dale to its fourth straight
Great Lakes intercollegiate
Athletic Conference champi-
onship, winning the individ-
ual race with a 31:48 for 10
kilometers.
In the spring, Prussian
competes for Hillsdale in the
steeplechase and the 3,000
meters. A biology/chemistry
major at Hillsdale, he plans
to go on to graduate school
and earn a master's in biolo-
g y.

League
Seeks Bowlers

The Inter-Lodge Bowling
League has room for more
bowlers. The league action
starts at 9:30 a.m. Sundays at
Country Lanes, on Nine Mile
Road between Middlebelt and
Grand River in Farmington
Hills.
For details, call Dan Topper,
471-6487.

Mixed Bowling

The Leadership Network Unit
of B'nai B'rith will start a mixed
bowling league every other
Sunday night 8:30 p.m. at
Drakeshire Lanes, in Farm-
ington Hills, Jan. 9-May 15.
For details, call Stuart
Novick, 424-9642; or the B'nai
B'rith office, 855-8580.

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