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LEAH TRAHEY shot 47 at Tam-
0-Shanter and earned medalist
honors as the West Bloomfield
girls golf team defeated Waterford
Kettering 221-233 on May 1.
JENNIFER ROSE and AMY
SIEGEL were on the Berkley
girls track team's winning 800,
1600 and 3200 meter relay squads
in a 64-55 loss to Waterford Mott
on May 2. The times were 1:57.45,
4:29.99 and 11:25.7. Siegel also
captured the 800 in 2:37.09.
JACKIE ROTHENBERG of
West Bloomfield won the 1600
meter run in the Lakeland Invi-
tational on April 28. She was
clocked in 5:19.7.
CHAD DeWOLF was the lone
winner for the Berkley boys track
team in a 112-16 loss to Waterford
Mott on May 2. He captured the
200 meter run in 24.68.
MEAGAN PITT and NIKI
BERLIN were on the Berkley

girls volleyball team which earned
a "Good Sports Are Winners!" dis-
trict tournament award from the
Michigan High School Athletic As-
sociation.
The West Bloomfield volleyball
team, with LEAH TRAHEY and
STACEY YOUNG, also was a
district winner.
The Walled Lake Western boys
basketball squad won a district
award, too. GARON OSEFF was
on the Western team.
DAVE FEUERSTEIN is called
"probably the best all-around play-
er in the 130-year history of Yale
University baseball," by Coach
John Stuper.
Feuerstein, who is hitting .368
this season with 26 stolen bases
in 34 attempts, covers a lot of
ground in center field thanks to
his 6.6 speed in the 60-yard dash.
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league bowlers will compete
in the U.S. National Senior
Sports Classic, also known
as the National Senior Olympics.
West Bloomfield residents Do-
lores Fox and her brother Sy Zate,
Mort Friedman and Phil
Horowitz will take part in the Se-
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San Antonio, Texas.
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Sy Zate and Dolores Fox

Horowitz will be in men's sin-
gles and men's doubles divi-
sions.
A 145-average bowler, Fox
competes in the Tuesday night
Galilee women's league. Zate,
who averages 176, has bowled
in the Downtown-Fox League
for more than 40 years.
Drakeshire Lanes, where
they both bowl, and Liberty
Hill Communications are
sponsoring Fox and Zate. They
won gold medals in 1993 and
silver medals in 1994 at the
Michigan Senior Olympics to
qualify for the nationals.
Friedman has been bowling in
the Pisgah League for 25 years.
The 203-average bowler won
medals in the 1993 and 1994
Michigan Senior Olympics.
Horowitz is a 228-average
bowler who competes in the Ben
Lusky League. At the 1994 Michi-
gan Senior Olympics, Horowitz
won a gold medal in singles and
another gold in doubles with
Friedman. 111

Morgenthau L'Chaim
Nick Altwerger 258-204-647, Richard
Melamed 212-201-200-613, Jerry Broi-
da 256, Larry Harwin 256, Mike Jeross
231, Ron White 223, Larry Schlussel 221,
Al Yendick 220, Len Moss 214-202, Mike

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Wayne 211, Norm Schwartz 209,
Howard Genser 206, Lou Konopko 205-
201, Richard Harris 204, Dave Rosen-
thal 203.

Downtown Fox
Shel Rakotz 233-226-220-679, Ken
Gross 255-235-673, Ivan Glasser 242-
224-653, Mark Siegal 257-205-652,
Howard Goldberg 228, Neal Drilich 224,
Len Brozgold 218, Larry Frommer 213-
204, Jeff Sprague 213, Steve Kay 211,
Steve Zorn 210-205.

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