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April 01, 1994 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-01

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B'nai B'rith
Men's Bowling

ZEIGER/GROSS

Ted Schmidt 213, Alan Kanter 213, Jim
Boschan 210, Mark Goodman 210,
Harold Barman 205, Rob Pilskow 200,
Bill Yaker 200.

BROTHERHOOD/EDDIE JACOBSON

Dennis Eder 647/248, Rick Woolman
635/241, Mark Rowe 633/226, Mike
Lieberman 631, Larry Horn 622, Rob
Greenfield 616/224, Steve Weinberg
614/235, Allen Zuppke 605, Ricky
Reznik 224.

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Jerry Broida 657/243-242, Marty Diskin
611/267, Hal Lempert 609/207-205,
Dennis Sobol 608/237, Marshall Spin-
ner 225, Ron White 214-200, Bill Zuck-
er 212, Iry Ka,ne 210, Gill Kanat 210,
Stan Finkelstein 209, Dave Broder 208,
Lou Dorfman 204, Mike Wayne 204,
Sandy Freeman 202.

DOWNTOWN/FOX

Steve Zom 221, Mark Siegal 214, Gary
Siegel 212/210, Jeff Rubin 211, Stu Litt
210, Steve Weberman 210, Ron Smith
209, Steve Kay 203, Neal Drilich 203,
Larry Fortin 202, Bob Smith 202, David
Little 202.

WEST BLOOMFIELD JR. HOUSE LEAGUE

Ron Herman 618/247-202, Rick Krsch
605/233-211, Dan Cohen 227, Allan
Salomon 213, Jon Firsht 212, Jeff
Eisenberg 201.

PISGAH

Keith Kingston 706/257-255, Barry Fish-
man 653/234-224, Andy Rubin
641/256-203, Paul Schaefer 634/245,
Mike Bloomberg 605/240, Shel Sher-
man 231/211, Barry Roffman 224, Barry
Levine 223, Lyle Schaefer 222-207,
Larry Sandler 272, Allen Zuppke 217-

200, Matt Friedman 216, Mort Fried-
man 213, Jerry Weiss 212, Marc We-
berman 202, Michael Reider 202, Shel
Rakotz 200.

B'nai B'rith
Women's Bowling

GAULEE MONDAY

Lorraine Friedman 519.

GALILEE TUESDAY

Hallie Serling 546/242, Myrna Fisher
553/208, Judi Grant 507.

GALILEE THURSDAY

Helene Robbins 579/209, Lorraine
Friedman 502, Sylvia Isley 500.

ZEIGER

Jan Smith 543/200, Bobbie Blaize 514.

ISRAEL ALL-CITY

Fran Golden 648/281, Hilda Winsen
518/205, Susie Cohan 502.

Temple Israel
Bowling Scores

Fred Labelle 645/268, Greg Miler 264,
Ron S. Klein 672/244-217-211, Keith
West 648/241-223, Rick Krsh 611/227,
Max Dubrinsky 222, Larry Kaiuzny 220,
Dan Abramson 219, Hal Margolis 219,
Howard Lesnick 216, Marty Mendelson
215.

AZA Basketball
League Scores

Herzl "B" 59, Kishon "B" 48. Jolson "B"
66, Strauss 34. Kishon "A" 38, Hart "A"
28. Funk "A" 42, Herzl "A" 18. Chalut-
zim 55, Samson 46.

Mn Arbor

Interfaith Couples
Hold Discussion

Interfaith couples and inter-
married couples - Jewish and
Christian - are invited to an
informal discussion and lunch
12:15 p.m. May 1 at the Washt-
enaw County Jewish Commu-
nity Center as part of "In
Abraham's Tent - All are Wel-
come: Outreach to Interfaith
Couples," a new series of pro-
grams being co-sponsored by
the Jewish Community Center
and Jewish Family Services of
the Jewish Federation of
Washtenaw County.
The May discussion, which
will be led by Rabbi Peter
Gluck, a doctoral candidate at
the University of Michigan, is
intended to kick off a series of
programs based on the interests
of the participants. Rabbi Gluck
has 15 years' experience work-
ing with interfaith couples.
Future programming may in-
clude discussion groups, holi-

day celebrations, speakers and
workshops on such topics as
raising children in an interfaith
house.
There will be a charge per
couple to cover the organiza-
tional costs of the lunch. To sign
up, call the JCC, 971-0990.

Temple Holds
Blood Drive

On April 2, the Birmingham
Temple will hold its annual
American Red Cross Blood Dri-
ve from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
To sign up for a donation
time, call the temple office, 477-
1410.

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