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December 01, 1995 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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SHEXR
MADNESS

Kirschenbaum
Leads Compuware

Storm Kirschenbaum, a 17-year-
old Franklin resident, led his
Compuware AAA Midget Major
hockey team to the championship
of the Tim Horton Tournament
in mid-November in Waterloo,
Ont.

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

bounds, Wolkinson had eight
points and nine rebounds, and
Eric Skoczylos had 10 points.
Sherizen and Zelig Barr each
scored six, and Jonathon Nuss-
baum had seven assists and four
points.

Bowling Scores

Morgenthau LIChayim

Mike Panter 615/226-215; Randy Spitzer
222; Al Yendick 219; Shel Ellison 213;
Len Rosenberg 212; Lou Dorfman 211;
Richard Harris 207-201; Mike Berkowitz
205; Sandy Freeman 204; Jerry Broida
204; Bert Cohen 200.

Downtown/Fox

Kirschenbaum was the tour-
nament's leading scorer against
a field of 18 Canadian and Amer-
ican teams.

JCC Hosting
Tournaments

The Jewish Community Center
is looking for individuals and
teams to participate in roller
hockey, racquetball and walley-
ball tournaments in December
and January.
All three are scheduled for the
Maple-Drake facility.
A rollerblade hockey tourna-
ment will be held Dec. 26-28 with
divisions for ages 7-9, 10-12 and
13-15. Each team must have a
minimum of six and a maximum
of 10 players, and everyone must
wear a helmet with cage, hockey
gloves and shin guards.
A double-elimination racquet-
ball tournament for A-, B- and C-
level players will be held Jan. 5-6.
A co-ed walleyball tournament
is scheduled for Jan. 20-21.
For rules, fees and registration
deadlines for racquetball and
walleyball, call 661-7683. For
roller hockey, call 661-7691.

Akiva Team
Wins Scrimmages

Akiva Hebrew Day School's bas-
ketball team won two scrim-
mages against Baxter Church on
Nov. 19.
In the first scrimmage, Akiva's
David Wolkinson had 17 points
and six rebounds. Ariel Reinitz
had nine rebounds and Yoni
Sherizen had six.
In the second scrimmage,
Reinitz had 11 points and 13 re-

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226; Kern Gross 225; Howard Burial( 220;
Bob Smith 216; Jeff Cymerint 211; Sher-
win Newman 205; Larry Frommer 204;
Steve Saltz 203; Sandy Papo 200.

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