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Sports

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Have a great accomplishment on the
court or in the field? Do you have a
big game coming up?
Let us know about it!
The Jewish News will debut a new
sports column in mid-February, featur-
ing you, your neighbors and your kids.
To let us know about your athletic
achievements, e-mail our sports column:
sports@thejewishnews.com

Bowling Scores

B'nai B'rith Morgenthau
L'Chayim/Zeiger-Gross, Jan. 27: Carl
Berlin 237; Mark Warshaw 232; Ross
Benchik 232; Jerry Broida 226. Jan. 20:
Larry Harwin 202-225-248/675; Steve
Hoberman 257-225/667; Jeff Zamler
277/659; Carl Berlin 206-217-220/643;
Ross Benchik 206-246/630; Mark
Warshaw 233; Larry Garfinkle 227;
Dennis Sobol 225; Ted Schmidt 223.
B'nai B'rith Downtown-Fox, Jan.28:
David Lazarus 266-237; Gary Siegel
242; David Moses 234. Jan. 21: Larry
Frommer 234-216/645; Jeff Weinfeld
236; Randy Smith 231.
B'nai B'rith Pisgah, Jan. 23: Andy
Rubin 247-278/714; Lyle Schaefer
274-214-212/700; Howard Waxer
214-254-223/691; Jerry Rose 236-
204-247/687; Al Blatnikoff 225-
249/673; Larry Horn 245-232/667;
Keith Kingston 224-220-222/666;
Ryan Lash 214-246-205/665; Mitch
Finkel 223-210-228/658; Jeff
Eisenberg 213-247/651; Dennis
Horowitz 218-230-202/650; Bryan
Levine 255; Wayne Lusky 247; Steve
Elkus 244; Allen Zuppke 225. Jan.
16: Keith Kingston 279-247-208/734;
Jeff Eisenberg 258-224-215/697;
Mitch Finkel 248-245/687; Jerry Lash
237-236-213/686; Andy Rubin 255-
233/669; Ira Saperstein 269/651; Al
Mudryk 231-206-212/649; Allen
Zuppke 253; Allan Salomon 246;
Howard Waxer 235; Bill Zavier 228;
Lyle Schaefer 227; Shel Baskin 225.
B'nai B'rith Brotherhood-Eddie
Jacobson, Jan. 20: Howard Waxer
279-247-234/760; Gary Klinger 277-
230-233/740; Rick Reznik 233-
254/696; Howard Kuretzky 233-
244/693; Dennis Eder 229-226/679;
Dennis Horwitz 234/651; Dave
Schanes 247; Lee Roth 246; Steve
Anstandig 241; Jerry Rose 234; Seth
Gorback 234; Sanford Mandell 234;
Ken Gold 233; Larry Slutsky 233;

Marc Weberman 233; Dan Stein 226;
Craig Bauer 225; Nate Fine 225.
WI Galilee Monday, Jan. 27: Cidnie
Herold 527; Leslie Ben Ezra 503;
Estelle Fishman 207. Jan. 20: Sue
Lawrence 503; Paula Slomovitz 202.
JWI Cosmo/Bloch, Jan. 27: Norma
Lichtman 515/232; Arlene Anbender
503/203.
JWI Galilee Tuesday, Jan. 28: Cidnie
Herold 549/205; Karen Minc 548;
Nancy Glasser 544. Jan. 21: Carolyn
Fine 514/209.
JWI Galilee/Centennial, Jan. 29:
Dianne Schneider 567/209; Sherry
Gittleman 509. Jan. 22: Bernice
Riskin 517/239; Renae Tukel 511;
Dianne Schneider 506.
JWI Galilee Thursday, Jan. 30:
Helene Robbins 501; Susan Richards
232. Jan. 23: Judie Weinstein
534/213; Sandy Oleinick 531.
JWI Israel/Zeiger, Jan. 30: Debbie
Chinitz 521.

Extra Frames

•The Metropolitan Detroit B'nai
B'rith Bowling Association will
hold its second annual Doubles
Tournament at Rose Bowl Lanes
in Windsor, 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 8. Any bowler affiliated
with the MDBBBA can partici-
pate. To register, contact Ross
Benchik, (248) 593-5901 or
Rbenchik@hotmail.com

• Bernice Riskin of the Jewish
Women International
Galilee/Centennial League
bowled a 239 game, 102 pins
over average.

• Nancy Glasser of the Galilee
Tuesday League bowled a 172-
178-194/544 series, 121 pins
over her 141 average.

• The five B'nai B'rith leagues
are seeking additional bowlers:
Morgenthau L'Chayim/Zeiger-
Gross: 7:30 p.m. Mondays,
Drakeshire Lanes.
Brotherhood-Eddie Jacobson:
9:30 p.m. Mondays, Country
Lanes.
Downtown-Fox: 7:30 p.m.
Tuesdays, Bellaire Lanes.
Pisgah: 9:30 p.m. Thursdays,
Country Lanes.
Windsor, 9:30 a.m. Sundays,
Rose Lanes.
For information, contact Ross
Benchik, (248) 593-5901 or
Rmb0718@hotmail.com

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with our new sports column!

Have a great
accomplishment on the
court or in the field? Big
game coming up? Let us be your
announcers when The Jewish News
debuts a new sports column in mid-
February where you, your family,
friends and neighbors are the MVPs!
So, submit those newsworthy athletic achievements to
sports@thejewishnews.com
and get ready for the roar of the crowd!

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2003

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