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A scholarship fund contribution
or pledge is the basis for attend-
ance at the June 25 Detroit Friends
of Yeshiva University 15th annual
dinner, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Those making reservations receive
a contribution form. Dinner co-
chairmen are Nathan I. Goldin and
David Pollack, who also head of
the 1970 scholarship fund cam-
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tributed to Yeshiva University.
With this year's dinner honor-
ing Yeshiva University's 85th an-
niversary, it underscores the uni-
versity's adherence to its tradi-
tion of never turning away, or re-
jecting, for lack of funds, the ap-
plication for admission of a worthy
scholar. Many such one to four
Year scholarships have been estab-
lished by residents of the Detroit
area. Partial scholarships may also
Goldin and Pollack emphasized
that no solicitation of funds will
take place at the dinner.
Former Supreme Court Justice
Abe Fortas will deliver the main
address at the dinner. Court of
Appeals Judge Charles L. Levin
will be the toastmaster. Shifra
Stollman will present 85th anni-
versary greetings from Yeshiva
University President Dr. Samuel
Belkin. Rabbi James I. Gordon,
young Israel of Oak Woods, will
offer the invocation. Dinner music
will be provided by Eric Rosenow
and his Continentals.
Reservations for the dinner may
be made through members of the
committee, or by phoning 964.2330.
Shifra Stollman will receive her
degree, cum laude, at the 39th
annual commencement exercises
of Yeshiva University, Thursday,
June 18th. One week later, on the
night of June 25, Shifra, one of
the newest alumna, and her father,
Rabbi Dr. Samuel S. Stollman, an
alumnus of Yeshiva University, to-
gether with her mother, will be
seated on the dais here. It will
be the first public Detroit appear-
ance of father and daughter as
Yeshiva University graduates.
Yeshiva University, which traces
its origins to 1886 with the estab-
lishment of Yeshiva Eitz Chaim
and the founding of the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Semi-
nary, instituted annual academic
commencements in 1932 when the
first graduates of Yeshiva College,
the undergraduate school of libe-
ral arts and sciences for men, com-
pleted their studies.
Yeshiva University, America's
oldest and largest university un-
der Jewish auspices is now in its
Yeshiva University's main center
is in Manhattan's Washington
Heights, with three other major
centers in Manhattan and the
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