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NEW YORK—Courses in Yid-
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continuing on 19 campuses this year
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Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations and
the Farband-Labor Zionist Order.
This is the fourth year of the joint
program initiated in 1967 by the
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ning of this project, 28 schools
have featured Yiddish courses.
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include the University of Michigan.
All classes are taught by quali-
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are voluntary and students do not
receive college credit for them.
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by Farband and Hillel include the
relationship of Yiddish literature to
American movements of social
justice such as unionism, the re-
actions of Yiddish novelists to ac-
culturation processes in America,
the Yiddish sources of books by
American Jewish writers and the
Eastern European cultural back-
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IT'S ALL AT
According to Jacob Katzman.
general secretary of Farband, this
renewed interest in Yiddish is an
encouraging development: "At a
time when so many are ready to
say Kaddish over Yiddish," he
said, "it is good to know that Jew-
Foreign Students Seek
ish students are willing to take
to Remain in Israel
time from their busy schedules to
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—More than learn Yiddish and study the civil-
80 per cent of foreign students who ization and culture from which it
came to Israel as immigrants or emerged." Hillel courses in Yiddish
temporary residents are planning
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KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. — The
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convinced that they will carry out tercollegiate indoor tennis- invita-
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which 'Was carried out by Israel's "Rap and Rock Festival," Jan.
Central Statistical Bureau.
Featured will be the Canned Heat
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survey: 44 per cent of students ex- and the Grass Roots. The "college-
pressed their satisfaction with life crowd" will be able to ski, ice-
in Israel; 28 per cent were enthusi- skate and toboggan.
astic, and 28 per cent answered
Midnight swim and sauna ses-
that they were unhappy. Fifty-five sions, cocktail parties, rap ses-
per cent of those surveyed re- sions and dancing to a variety of
marked that their unhappiness is bands are also scheduled. The ten-
the result of a lack of social con- nis tournament will provide an op-
portunity for tennis buffs to watch
tact with Israeli students.
The largest number of foreign collegiate tennis stars compete.
students, 43 per cent, are enrolled
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