T H ODON T CS
Reznik disproves his own prophecy.
Special to The Jewish News
'nai B'rith bowler Rick
Reznik threw a 300 game
Nov. 5. It was a remarkable
achievement for someone who sat out
the past two seasons because of work
and the feeling he was getting burned
out on bowling.
"That will be my first
and last 300 game
Reznik declared. "It's
so difficult to do. Even
if you throw 12 perfect
balls, there's no guaran-
tee they'll all be strikes!'
Reznik was wrong.
The right-hander threw
another 300 during
Jacobson League play
Jan. 14 at Country Lanes
in Farmington Hills.
The latest 300 was a
nice birthday present
for Reznik's mother, Judy Reznik of
Oak Park. And, while it was the 11th
perfect game in Brotherhood-Eddie
Jacobson's 46-year history, it's the first
time a bowler has rolled two in the
Dennis Horwitz, Reznik's team-
mate and longtime friend, is the only
other Brotherhood-Eddie Jacobson
bowler with two perfect games. It was
Horwitz who urged Reznik to return to
the league he first joined in 1993.
Reznik's series Jan. 14 was 300-195-
182-677. As always, making spares
was a problem for the 38-year-old
Bloomfield Hills resident. Reznik con-
verted just two all night. His 182 game
contained eight strikes and no spares.
Just two lucky shots — both
Brooklyn hits — were needed in
Reznik's 300 game. The other 10 shots
were right in the pocket.
Reznik's series Nov. 5 was 300-253-
186-739. He began the second game
with two open frames, then reeled off
10 consecutive strikes.
Organizers of the sixth annual Bloch-
Israel and Pisgah/Zeiger B'nai B'rith
Texas Hold'Em Tournament would
love to see a full house of players at
the Jewish Community Center in West
The tournament, a fundraiser for
the lodges and B'nai B'rith Great Lakes
Region, will be Feb. 10. Participants
(minimum age 21) can enjoy a meat
deli tray dinner at 5:30 p.m. before
competition begins at 6:30 p.m.
Cost is $55 for B'nai B'rith members,
$65 for others. After Feb. 7, the fees
are $60 and $70. Dinner only is $25.
mum first prize is
$500. To register,
call the office, (248)
646-3100; Sid Roth,
(248) 202-3297; or
Rick Sherline, (248)
The Adele Galper
Camp Fund and
programs for chil-
dren with special
needs at the Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit will once again
benefit from a golf outing ... in Florida.
March 11 is the date of the second
annual JCC Michigan-Florida Golf
Classic. A flock of Michigan snowbirds
started the outing, which will be held
for the second year at Westchester
Country Club in Boynton Beach.
"Even though we put together last
year's outing in only six weeks, we
had about 120 golfers and we raised
$37,000:' said former JCC Executive
Director Mort Plotnik.
Festivities begin with a noon lunch.
There will be a shotgun start at 1 p.m.,
open bar at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at
6 p.m. Cost is $150, or $60 for dinner
only. Hole sponsorship is $100, and
there are other sponsorship opportu-
nities. Call Plotnik at (248) 210-8489.
Other committee members are
Leonard Baron, Sid Chafetz, Lew
Davis, Ray Galper, Hugh and Carolyn
Greenberg, Mitzi Jacobs, Sue Katz,
Tom and Barbara Kovan, Newty
Levin, Mickey Minden, Ed and Julie
Narans, Geta Richman, John Rosen,
Paul and Phyllis Schneider, Leo Sklar
and Jack Simon.
Comerica Bank is underwriting the
outing for the second year. ❑
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