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May 17, 1996 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-17

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Team captain Marci Lynn took
three first places in Bloomfield
Hills Andover's girls track win
over Birmingham Groves on
April 30.
Lynn won the 800 meters in
2:44, teammate Evie Khlyavich
took the 1600 in 5:54, followed by
Becky Abel, and Erica Forst won
the 300 meter hurdles in 54.3.
The meet was delayed by rain
and sleet.
Lynn and Khlyavich partici-
pated on the winning 3200 relay
(11:10), and Lynn and Forst were
on the winning 1600 relay (4:37).

Golf Outings
Help Groups

*all sales final

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Lynn Wins 3
For Andover

Several Jewish organizations are
sponsoring golf events in June as
fund-raisers.
Tickets are still available for
the 14th annual B'nai B'rith Golf
Classic on Monday, June 3, at
Edgewood Country Club in Com-
merce Township.
The event helps support B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization and
Hillel foundations on college cam-
puses.
Tickets are $250 for golf, lunch
and awards banquet. Dinner only
is $60. For information, call the
B'nai B'rith Council, (810) 855-
8580.
The sixth annual Women's
American ORT Golf Classic will
be held Monday, June 24, at
Shenandoah Golf and Country
Club in West Bloomfield. Break-
fast and registration is at 7:30
a.m., shotgun start is at 8:20 and
luncheon is at 1 p.m.
Cost of the event is $100 per
person. For information, call
ORT, (810) 855-9820.
Keshet, an organization for
Jewish families of children with
special needs, will have its sec-
ond annual golf outing Thursday,
June 27, at the Links of Novi.
Golf, with a cart, begins at 11
a.m. The event includes lunch
and a 5:30 p.m. dinner.
For more information, call
Keshet, (810) 258-9575, or Don
Rosenberg, (810) 647 4440.

Bowling Scores

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson

Mark Klinger 699/262-245; Andy Rubin
653/229-222-202; Scott Gittleman
649/256-223; Marc Ruskin 609/204-203-
202; Dan Stein 608/218; Larry Slutsky
607/233-203; Ron Weintraub 606/232-
203; Steve Weinberg 606/215; Lee Roth
603/222; Steve Anstandig 601/225; Bar-
ry Fishman 601/246-204; Mark Rappa-
port 236; Gary Klinger 235; Howard
Waxer 235; Ken Gold 234; Howard Kuret-
sky 232; Ron Malach 230; Marc Weber-
man 223; Jeff Radner 223; Bruce
Weberman 221; Mark Feinberg 221; Lar-
ry Singer 219; Steve Fine 215-205; Ira
Saperstein 213; Sandy Mandell 212; Den-

nis Eder 207-202; Gary Gold 206; Ricky
Reznik 203; Jeff Goldman 202; Rick
Woolman 200; Milt Fisher 200.

Morgenthau-L'Chaim

Dale Silverman 643/229-230; Larry Har-
win 224; Mike Aaron 219; Harvey Fein-
berg 218-201; Ross Benchik 211; Stan
Finkelstein 207; Richard Harris 203-202;
Al Rohan 203; Randy Spitzer 203; Hal ,
Lempert 203; Gerry Bloom 202.

Zeiger-Gross

Rob Pliskow 213; Mary Wain 213; Joel
Lankowsky 211-201; Max Epstein 202;
Milt Burg 202.

Downtown-Fox

Larry Frommer 248; Mark Diskin 233;
David Little 213; Kevin Elbinger 202;
Steve Saltz 201; Barry Roffman 200.

Galilee Monday

Paula Slomovitz 532.

Galilee Tuesday

Cidnie Herold 585/216-202; Hallie Ser-
ling 569; Debbie Wein 533; Soralee Broi-
da 513; Reva Lepler 508; Adrienne
McClintock 502; Myma Fisher 222.

Galilee Wednesday

Cheryl Feldman 539; Karyn Faye
531/209; Shelly Koloff 529; Donna Golcj—/
berg 515; Dianne Schneider 509; Ellen
Minkin 508; Marianne Pesick 501.

Tell Us!

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Send your sports ac-
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Southfield, MI 48034.

Please enclose a non-
returnable photograph.

Beth Achim
Book Bites

The Cultural Commission of Con-
gregation Beth Achim will host
its Book Bites discussion series
on Tuesday, May 21, at 7:30 p.m.
at the home of Shelley and Ed
Kohl.
The book to be discussed will
be Shadow Song by Terry KayL7`
The reviewer will be Linda
Lieberman.
There is no charge for this se-
ries. Dessert will be served. To
attend, call the synagogue office,
352-8670.
The books discussed in this se-
ries are available at the synE,'
gogue's library and at local
bookstores.

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