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March 08, 1996 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-08

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LOOKING FOR MAX SOSIN?!

Is Sklar competitive against
the B'nai B'rith men? According
to League Commissioner Marty
Melton, "She gets right down in
the paint and rebounds with
them."
Sklar says it took a while for
the men to accept her presence
in the league. But now, she says,
'Tye proven myself, and they play
me like they'd play anybody else.
I don't get any special treatment."
Sklar is a point guard for the Pis-
gah II team.
Why does a woman play in an
almost all-men's basketball
league?
"It's a nice social thing," Sklar
says. "This is a good ratio for a
woman." ❑

Morgenthau II
Zager-Stone

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Local Golfer
Shoots His Age

Aaron Berg, 81, of Bloomfield
Hills and Pompano Beach, Fla.,
shot his age in January playing
18 holes of golf at the Pines in
Pompano Beach.

B'nai B'rith
Basketball

He's living the great life at the

Why don't you come and join Max for:

League Standings
as of March 1

Three Kosher Meals Daily
Medication Assistance
Around The Clock Security
.
Health Clinic
Respite and Guest Rooms Available

A League
Pisgah
Centennial I
Barristers
Detroit I
Leadership I
Detroit II

6-0
4-2
3-3
2-4
2-4
1-5

B League
Brotherhood I
Leadership III
Brotherhood II
Keidan
Leadership IV
Pisgah II

5-1
5-1
4-2
3-3
1-5
0-6

C League East
Downtown-Fox
Brotherhood HI
Zager-Stone
Morgenthau

4-2
4-2
2-4
0-6

Jeffrey Burg 223; Morton Margolis 219;
Bernard Harwood 204; Ernest Kappel
203; Michael Rosenfeld 200.

4-2
4-2
4-2
2-4

Steve Lusky 819/225-246; Alan Oleinick
809/221-211; Sy Guttman 229; David
Edelman 214; Steve Shoskes 205; Allan
Salomon 201-201; Gerry Bloom 200;
Dean Fine 200.

C League West
Brotherhood V
Leadership II
Morgenthau II
Brotherhood IV

Feb. 25 Results
Leadership I
Detroit I
Keidan.
Brotherhood II
Pisgah
Centennial I
Pat Foley 37 pts.
Brotherhood I
Pisgah II
Gregg Schultz 23 pts.
Barristers
Detroit II
Gary Weisserman 36 pts.
Leadership III
Leadership W
Sean Kerman 19 pts.
Downtown-Fox
Brotherhood IV
Papp 16 pts.
,=-) Brotherhood III
Brotherhood V
Leadership II
Morgenthau I

ftElSCEIMAN 'RESIDENCE!

Aaron Berg

Berg, a member of Knollwood
Country Club in West Bloom-
field, at one time carried a 10
handicap and still plays golf three
times per week.
Shooting his age again just got
easier since he turned 82 on Feb.
4.

Bowling Scores

62
42

73
71

52
26

57
31

54
38
42
20

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Jewish War Veterans

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Daily Shabbat and Holiday Services in our Synagogue
Daytime and Evening Activities
Transportation, Laundry, Housekeeping
Registered Nurse & Personal Care Assistance
Nosh Nook, Gift Shop, Beauty/Barber Shop

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson

Andy Rubin 723/266-235-232; Steve An-
standig 666/236-225-205; Howard Wax-
er 664/255-206-203; Mark Rowe
638/224-211-203.

Morgenthau-L'Chaim

Jerry Broida 619/220-221; Randy Spitzer
239; Larry Harwin 238; Dale Silverman
221; Nick Altwerger 220; Joe Silver 219;
Howard Genser 214; Barry Glazer 210;
Marty Diskin 203; Arnie Berman 201.

Zeiger-Gross

Milt Burg 226; Dave Levinson 217; Kei-
th Rosen 213; Bill Yaker 213.

"Y" Wait?

This Season's hottest jewelry fashion
accessory has arrived.

Tapper's now has a beautiful selection of
14 kt. Gold "Y" necklaces in a wide variety
of styles. Hurry in for best selection.

Our 14 kt. Gold "Y" collection starts at
Just $199.
Our Sterling Silver "Y" collection starts
As Low As $30

Downtown/Fox

Ken Gross 618/204-232; Larry Frommer
609/247; Jeff Sprague 227; Bruce Rosen-
blat 214; Kevin Elbinger 209; Ami Reiter
206; Shel Rakotz 204-202; Nate Fein-
gold 205; Jeff Cymerint 201; Gary
Berman 200.

Pisgah

Alan Borsen 672/248-232; Lyle Schae-
fer 654/207-203-244; Wayne Lusky
644/209-231-204; Howard Waxer
638/214-225; Howard Leshman 629/229-
211; Matt Friedman 628/222-205-201;
Mitch Finkel 627/219-215; Allan Salomon
627/219-209; Ron Herman 616/247;
Mitch Lefton 612/201-201-210; Bruce
Weberman 608/223.

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