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Sophomore catcher Eric
Glanz led the Kalamazoo
College baseball team in
hitting this season, batting
.383. He played in 28 games
and started 19 for the Hor-
nets (17-21). Among his 23
hits were nine doubles. He
drove in 10 runs and walked
11 times. Glanz is a West Bloomfield resident and
Walled Lake Central High School grad.
Jason Bloom is a freshman
tight end on the Northern
Michigan University football
team. The Reisterstown,
Md., native was red-shined
last fall and is expected to
compete for a spot in the
Wildcats' spread offense
this season as Northern
Michigan tries to improve on its 5-6 record in
2010. Bloom is a criminal justice major.
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Two team titles and a consistent
Special to the Jewish News
Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation's
Male and Female High School Athlete
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(248) 592-9323 or hblatt@michiganjew-
ue Lawrence believes in the
power of positive thinking.
Who can argue with her
after what she accomplished this season
in Jewish Women International (JWI)
The Southfield resident competed
in two of the four local JWI leagues
and was on the championship team in
both of them. Teams are put together
by league officials based on averages to
keep the league competitive.
"The women on both of my teams
got along well and
always encouraged each
other',' Lawrence said.
"That's why we were suc-
Lawrence was a member
of the Shreigevalt team in
the Galilee Monday League.
Each of the eight league
teams had three bowlers.
Lawrence's teammates were
Aida Culter and Barbara
Adrienne Gersten, Sue Lawrence, Amy Chimovitz
Not Chopped Liver won
and Ronna Rives of "Not Chopped Liver"
the Israel-Zeiger League
Athlete of the Year and scholarship
Chimovitz, Adrienne Gersten and Ronna
will be notified by July 30.
Rives joined Lawrence on the team. Each
will take place at the
of the six league teams had four bowlers.
Sports Hall of Fame
Lawrence, 66, who has been bowling
since the late 1970s, was a picture of
consistency this season. She averaged
Win A Cruise
159 in each league.
raffle for a seven-night cruise for two
Shreigevalt won the second-half
$500 in cash once again is the fea-
Galilee Monday title and defeated
ture attraction of the B'nai B'rith Great
first-half winner Monday Moanin in
Lakes Region Golf Classic.
a rolloff for the league championship.
The 29th annual fundraiser will be
Not Chopped Liver won the first-half
held June 6 at Wabeek Country Club
Israel-Zeiger title and beat second-half
in Bloomfield Township. Beneficiaries
winner We Suck in a rolloff.
include B'nai B'rith, BBYO and Hillel
"I enjoy competing, but I also like the
social part of our leagues," Lawence said. organizations on college campuses.
Raffle tickets are $25 and a maximum
"Winning isn't everything."
of 500 will be sold. The drawing will be
Gayle Finn, Bev Gottesman and Ellen
held at the Golf Classic dinner, but the
Minkin won the Galilee Wednesday
winner doesn't have to be present.
League championship, and Linda
Golfers and golf outing sponsors are
Goldberg, Helene Robbins and Brenda
still needed. For information, call the
Waldman won the Galilee Thursday
Great Lakes Region office,
Leslie Ben-Ezra rolled three 600 series (248) 646-3100. Fl
in Galilee Monday, including a 250 game.
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