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September 06, 2002 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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The Fine Stores of Lincoln Center
Wish Everyone a
Happy, Healthy New Year!

LINCOLN
CENTER

Greenfield at 10 1/2 Mile

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never lost in Maccabi softball, shut
out Detroit 12-0. Stefani Silberstein
got Detroit's only hit.
In game 3, Detroit clobbered ho-st
Montreal 33-7.
In game 4, Philadelphia defeated
Detroit 25-4. Philadelphia's experi-
ence 'showed, as the Detroit pitchers
got off to a rocky start. In game 5,
Detroit again faced the eventual gold
medal winner, L.A., and lost 11-0 in
five innings. The L.A. pitcher threw
a perfect game.
In the bronze medal game, Phila-
delphia defeated Detroit 12-2.
Silberstein said the girls accom-
plished his goal for the team: playing
for a medal at the end of the week.
The team had only two 16-year-olds,
and he expects it will be stronger
and more experienced next year.
Track: Detroit's two runners aeach
won medals on relays. Lauren
Sharkey won a gold with 15-16 girls
in a 4x100 and Daniel Novinson
won a silver in a 15-16 boys 4x100.
Baseball: The team went 2-2, but
due to the tie-breaking formula did
not play in the medal rounds. The
team was down 7-2 against South
Jersey in its first game, but came
back to win 8-7. Detroit lost to Los
Angeles 21-2, and was defeated by
Rockland. Detroit closed its tourna-
ment by defeating host Montreal. ❑

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Bowl With
Wnai Writh

The B'nai B'rith Bowling
Leagues are looking for new
bowlers. Men and women are
welcome.
B'nai B'rith leagues are:
• Morgenthau L'Chayim/
Zeiger-Gross — 7:30 p.m.
Mondays at Drakeshire Lanes,
Farmington Hills.
• Brotherhood-Eddie Jacobson
— 9:30 p.m. Mondays at
Country Lanes, Farmington.
• Downtown Fox — 7:30
p.m.Tuesday at Bellaire Lanes,
Farmington.
• Pisgah — 9:30 p.m.
Thursdays at Country Lanes,
Farmington.
• Windsor — 9:30 a.m.
Sundays at Rose Bowl,
Windsor, Ont.
For information, contact Ross
Benchik, (248) 593-5901
(evenings) or e-mail:
Rmb0718@hotmail.com.

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