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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-21

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KEEP IT SIMPLE SALE

THE 1996 VOLVO 850 TURBO SPORTSWAG0111, LOADED WITH WHAT MATTERS.

The 1996 front-wheel-drive Volvo 850 Turbo Sportswagon features 222 hp.

Motronie engine management, 3-mode transmission, side impact air bags, anti-lock

brakes and up to 67 cubic feet of cargo space. Ladies, gentlemen: Start your errands.
Drive safely.

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Internet Address:
http://www.stoneage.com/dwyer

Maple Rd. West of Haggerty

624-0400

36 Mo. Closed-end lease, 150 per mile over 36,000, purchase option $22,222, total
obligation = payment x 36, license plates are additional. Offer expires 6-30-96

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KEEP IT SIMPLE SALE

NEW '96
LEGACY OUTBACK WAGON

All Wheel Drive Includes:

• 2.5L
• Auto Transmission
• Fog Lamps • Aluminum Alloy Wheels
• Special Outback Trim, Inside & Out

$3500

Down. Total Up Front Costs.

Includes: First payment, Acquisition fee,
Refudable Security Deposit, Taxes,
Excludes plates. CASH OR TRADE-IN

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Four Jews
In Major Leagues

Minneapolis — There are four
Jewish baseball players in the ma-
jor leagues this year, according to
the American Jewish World in
Minneapolis.
The four are Shawn Green, a
right fielder with Toronto; Brad
Asmus, a catcher with San Diego;
Milwaukee pitcher Jesse Levis;
and Oakland pitcher Doug Johns.
Green, 23, started 97 games
last year for Toronto. In 379 at
bats he hit .288 with 15 home runs
and 54 nins batted in. So far this
year, he's hitting .222 in 180 at
bats.
Asmus and Levis are not cur-
rently on the major league rosters
of their teams. Johns has a 4-8
pitching record for Oakland and
a 5.38 earned run average.

Summer Hockey
Schools Offered

Hockey Central is offering three
levels of hockey instruction in July
at the Southfield Civic Center Are-
na.
A two-hour daily program will
be held July 8-12 for boys and girls
age 6-16.
An adult program will be of-
fered 8-10 p.m. on the same dates.
A three-hour travel program for
A, AA and AAA players age 8-14
will be held July 15-19.
Director of Hockey Central is
Marshall Shencopp, formerly of
Hockey America. Head coach for
the programs will be Brian Dick-
inson of Buffalo State University.
For information, call Hockey
Central, (313) 861-5100.

U.S. Maccabiah
Alums In Olympics

Philadelphia —Four athletes who
have competed on the United
States team in Israel's World Mac-
cabiah Games will compete at the
Olympic Games this summer.
The four are fencers Clifford
Bayer of New York and Elaine
Cheris of Denver, judoist Damon
Keeve of San Francisco and swim-
mer Daniel Kutler, now of Israel.
Swimmer Brenda Levy of
Rockville, Md., will compete in the
Paralympic Games in August.
Bayer, 19, won an individual
bronze and team silver medal in
fencing in the Maccabiah in 1993.
He was U.S. National Champi-
on in 1994 and placed seventh in
the World Games in Belgium last
year.
Bayer took the year off from
school to concentrate on fencing
and will attend the Wharton
School of Business at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania in the fall.
Cheris, 50, competed for the
United States in the 1980 and

1988 Olympics, on the 1987 and
1991 Pan American teams, and in
Maccabiah in 1981. She owns a
fencing club in Denver.
Keeve, 35, earned medals in
judo at the 1985 and 1989 Mac-
cabiah Games and finished sev-
enth for the United States in the
heavyweight class at the 1992
Olympics. He is a San Francisco
police officer and a high school
football coach.
Kutler, 25, won gold medals for
the U.S. in the 100 meter butter-
fly and on the 4x100 meter
freestyle relay team at the 1993
Maccabiah. A native of Santa
Clara, Calif., he swam at the 1991
World University Games, the
1989 Olympic Festival, and for
UCLA. He made aliyah to Israel
last year.
Brenda Levy, 38, made the U.S.
Paralympic swim team this
spring. She won three gold medals
at the 1993 Maccabiah in events
for athletes with disabilities. In
the 1992 Paralympics, she won
a bronze medal in the 50 meter
freestyle and was on the world-
record setting 4x100 meter relay.

Compiled by Alan Hitsky

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27676 Franklin Rd.,
Southfield, MI 48034.

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returnable photograph.

Four Win
Scholarships

The Labor Zionist Institute has
awarded four Israel Trip Schol-
arships to members of Habon-
im/Dror.
The high schoolers are Paula
Ann Newman, Zachary Leland
and David Greenbaum, who will
spend the summer in Israel with
Habonim's Machaneh Bonim
B'Israel Program, and Roey
Phillips, who will spend one school
term in the Project Discovery Pro-
gram.
Each recipient will report to
one Habonim/Dror and one oth-
er youth group, to one adult La-
bor Zionist group and one
non-Labor Zionist group,

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