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August 20, 1976 - Image 32

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32 Friday, August 20, 1976

I

SAM
BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bar-Ilan Dinner Will Feature Opera Star Misha Raitzin

Misha Raitzin, the
famous cantor-tenor who
now is among the leading
stars of the Metropolitan
Opera Company, will be the

featured guest at the annual
dinner of Detroit Friends of
Bar-Ilan University to be
held at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Sept. 21.
A native of the Ukraine,
Raitzin studied at the
Moscow Conservatory,
where he was graduated
with honors. As principal
tenor, he performed with
Russia's most prestigious
companies including the
Leningrad and Moscow
Operas. He also made fre-
quent solo appearances with
that country's leading
orchestras and conductors.
MISHA RAITZIN
Raitzin went to Israel
with his family in 1972. He
as soloist with the Israel
soon was recognized as the Philharmonic under Zubin
leading tenor with the Tel
Mehta.
Aviv Opera, and appeared
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Addressing 70 members
of the American Friends of
Bar-Ilan University,
Wednesday evening, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Hermelin, Prof. William
Haber, adviser to President
Robben Fleming of the
University of Michigan and
head of a study commission
for schools of higher educa-
tion in Israel, strongly
urged participation in
providing vitally needed
scholarships for the univer-
sity.
"Higher education is as
essential as the defense in-
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the urgency of supporting
Israel's universities. He
described his most recent
visit on the Bar-Ilan campus
in Ramat Gan and called the
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David Hermelin and Ir-
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Ilan and the efforts to
enroll backers of the
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Nusbaum also described
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Ilan and spoke glowingly of
the newly-inspired mood
that arose from the Entebbe
triumph.
Phillip Stoliman, global
chairman of the governors
of Bar-Ilan University, and
Dr. Leon Fill, last year's
dinner chairman,
supplemented these ad-
dresses with evaluations of
Bar-Ilan's urgent needs in
time of crisis and com-
mended the generous gifts
announced at that evening's
parlor meeting.
"Israel cannot afford
not to have a sophisticated
scientifically - oriented
population," Dr. Haber
declared in his speech. He
pointed to Israel's
progress in developing
higher education in-
stitutions and pointed out
that the college population
of 3,000 in Israel in 1950
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"What you are doing here
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he added.

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debut at New York City's
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tenor role in its new
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Irving Nusbaum and
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