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August 30, 2002 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-30

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Shir Shalom Wins
Softball Title

Temple Shir Shalom defeated defending
champion Young Israel of Southfield 21-
19 on Aug. 18 to reclaim the
Intercongregational Softball League
championship. The two teams have
faced each other in the championship
game six consecutive years and each has
won three times.
A seven-run fifth inning proved to be
the difference for Shir Shalom this year,
which had to overcome injuries during
the game. Mike Cooper had a cut on his
leg, Ryan Schneider and David
Margolin pulled hamstring muscles, and
Danny Lippitt twisted his ankle.
Norm Lynn, who broke his collarbone
the previous week against Temple Israel,
was used as a pinchhitter.
Other members of the Shir Shalom
team were Bob Tarnow, Howard
Wintman, David Blum, Craig Efrusy,
Brian Efrusy, Gary Grossman, Howard
Rosner, Mort Meisner and Eric Mintz.
Other league teams include
Congregations B'nai Moshe and Shaarey
Zedek and Adat Shalom Synagogue.

League Bestows
Pure Heart Award

By a vote of the players and managers in
the B'nai B'rith Softball League,
Morgenthau Lodge right fielder Steve
LeVine received the Michael Yendick
Pure Heart Award.
Yendick played in the B'nai B'rith
sports leagues for 20 years. He died in
2000 at age 38 after battling colorectal
cancer for two years.
The Yendick Award goes to someone
who exemplifies his "strength of charac-
ter, competitive spirit and heart."
LeVine, age 40, has played for
Morgenthau for 10 years. An avid golfer
arid sportsman, he lost his right arm to
bone cancer at age 14.

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kindling Memorial li ghts (Yahrzeit

August 30th, September II,th

Candles) on the anniversary of their

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the memories of the victims

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and understanding in the proi-7ess.

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of memory,

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a Ya rzcit Candle in order

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of September nth., the Twin

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175, The Hebrew date of

Please call your local synagogue

memorial is. Erev Shatibat 3 filui

and lit us f 4 i ght our lighrs as

corresponding to August 31:kh, 'Oa

on community and one world.

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