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March 05, 2004 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-05

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Spreading this paint was really a battle.

obody said paintball was a clean sport.
And 20 members of Hillel of Metro Detroit found out for them-
selves Feb. 22, dividing into two teams of 10 for a variety of war
games, plus relaxation and refreshments at Futureball in Livonia.
Event organizer Karen Urman of HMD said some of the participants "got
black-and-blue marks all over them — and they're still talking about it!" ❑

— Alan Hitsky, associate editor

Proud warrior Emily Baker, 19,
of Huntington Woods.

Amelia Letvin,' 22, of Detroit dons her

The HMD teams get ready


Jeff Bross, 33, of Royal Oak checks his weapon.

Fire and maneuver was the tactic for the afternoon.

All set with extra ammunition.

Leftover "bullets" line the floor.



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