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October 20, 1995 - Image 117

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-20

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itive football at age 13 for Warner witz 652/247-214; Lee Roth 646/245-226;
Middle School in Farmington Howard Waxer 638/226-212-200; Howard
Kuretsky 609/237; Marc Weberman 223-
Hills He was a linebacker on the 214;
Steve Kaplan 221; Steve Fine 219;
eighth-grade team.
Ira Saperstein 215-213; Howard Berlin
Sweet has a 3.65 G.P.A. and 214; Steve Anstandig 214; Jeff Goldman
has already been accepted to 212; Jeff Berlin 211; Robert Essick 211;
Michigan State University, where Steve Weinberg 204; Scott Gittleman 204;
Bob Shapiro 203; Mark Klinger 202; Andy
he plans to study pre-medicine.
Rubin 201; Jeff Fantich 201; Dan Stein
Sweet would like to play college 201; Ken Radner 201; Dennis Eder 201;
football, but lacks the size. He in- Bruce Binstock 200.
tends to play intramural football
_ Morgenthau/UChayirn
and baseball at MSU.
Jerry Broida 631/211-235; Larry Harwin
Sweet was vice president of 630/230-211; Marty Diskin 255; Len Moss
AZA's Jolson chapter. Last year, 221; Marty Rosenberg 218; Richard Har-
he was also regional secretary for ris 213; Bob August 212; Bill Zucker 205;

Howard Genser
201.

Downtown/Fox
Shel Rakotz
694/212-269-213;
Bruce Rosenblat
615/214-210; Ivan
Glasser 606/236;
Steve Kay 256; Jeff
Cymerint 240; Sy
Zate 226; Bob
Smith 222-209;
Kevin Elbinger 214;
Ami .Reiter 214;
Gary Siegel 213;
Barry Roffman 210;
Danny Kaplan 207;
Brian Brod 204;
Jack Geer 203;
David Little 202;
Bob Weiss 200.

Pisgah

Michigan Region AZA.
QUOTE: "I play football because I
really love the game. I especial-
ly enjoy the personal challenge
the sport provides me because of
my small size," said Sweet. "I
thrive on the game's competition
and sportsmanship. Football has
also provided me with a great deal
of camaraderie, and I have had a
lot of fun playing the sport."

Sports Briefs

Joel E. Jacob of Farmington

Hills has been appointed rowing
co-chairman for the United States
Maccabia team. The U.S. team
will compete at the 15th World
Maccabia Games, set for July
1997 in Israel.

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

Ben Lusky Traveling League
David Edelman 238; Rob Greenfield 227;
Sy Guttman 221-221; Steve Lusky 215;
Ron Lustig 214-209; Cy Rott 213; Rick
Woolman 202; Eddie Cohen 202; Micky
Aronoff 201; Mitch Lefton 201.

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
Barry Fishman 658/242-225; Dennis Hor-

Friedman
Mort
781/243-290-248;
Jeff Eisenberg
699/221-244-234;
Keith Kingston
677/234-218-225;
Lyle Schaefer
673/207-213-253;
Howard Leshman
645/251-224; Barry
Fishman 639/236-
234; Marc Weber-
man 638/244; Allen
Zuppke 612/202-
217; Andy Rubin
607/221; Al Mudryk 606/225-209; Allan
Salomon 602/214; Mitch Lefton 233;
Steve Lusky 231; Mark Goodman 223-
213; Ron Goodman 221; Yale Weiner
216; Bryan Levine 213; Steve Gross 211-
201; Wayne Lusky 211.

Galilee Monday
Judy Bernstein 517; Lorraine Friedman
507; Ann Gallison 204.

Centennial
Laura Roth 204/514; Roz Meyer 505; Sue
Radner 201.

Galilee Thursday
Elaine Meyers 500.

Nominations for Jewish
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354-7123, Ext. 305. Please in-
clude your day and evening
phone numbers.

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Tuesday, three days prior to is-
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