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August 19, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-19

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44 Friday, Aut
ug19, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Bar-Ilan. U. Law Dean Defines Commitment-to-Tradition Policy

Addressing a gathering of
associates of the Detroit
Friends of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, at an Aug. 10 parlor
meeting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Cohen
preceeding next month's an-
nual dinner, Prof. Arnold
N. Enker, dean of the uni-
versity's law school, de-
scribed how "commitment
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ies with the roots of lega-
cies in Jewish experiences.
Prof. Enker said that the
million or more Responsa,
the questions and answers
on matters of Jewish con-
cern that have accumulated
in Jewish historical re-
cords, serve to indicate the
Jewish influences on law,
the rabbinic interpolations
and the expertly defined
regulations on moral codes.
These responsa, the Bar-
Ilan scholar said, have been
computerized so completely
at Bar-Ilan University in
Ramat Gan, Israel, that
they are a definite contribu-
tion to Jewish law as stud-
ied and taught in the Israel
university.
It is the emphasis on tra-
dition, he said, that has in-
spired students and teach-
ers and has given the law
school high status in the
Middle East.
Dr. Enker said that the
school, Bar-Ilan's youngest
department, was formed
seven years ago with an in-
tended enrollment of 30.
The number was increased
to 40 because of the great
demand for admissions.
Now the nearly 60 students
receive such thorough train-
ing that the law school's pol-
icies are being emulated in
other departments and by
other universities.
The meeting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Cohen was
held to stimulate activities
for the annual Bar-Ilan din-
ner to be held Sept. 8 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The co-chairmen of the
dinner committee, Irving
Nusbaum and David Herme-
lin, called for increased sup-
port of the university and
supervised enrollment of nu-

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desire to continue their uni-
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dancing. There will also be
social mixers and refresh-
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call Mollie Stern, 342-2791
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* * *
ELEVENTH FRAME
bowling league will hold its
introductory meeting 1 p.m.
Aug. 28 at Plum Hollow
Lanes. Refreshments will
be served. For reservations
and information. call
Myrna Unger, 968-0358 or
Marilyn Meyer. 357-5262.
* * *
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER Young Adult De-
partment will hold a vol-
leyball picnic 8 p.m.-11
p.m. Thursday, at the main
branch of the Center. A pic-
nic meal of hot dogs. potato
chips and pop will be serv-
ed. There will be a charge.
For information, call Fran
Kravitz, 661-1000.
* * *
SUNDAY JEWISH SIN-
GLES, age 35 and older,
will hold a coffee and con-
versation evening 8 p.m.
Sunday in the home of Ann
Fink, 32020 Old Franklin
Rd., Farmington. The eve-
ning's topic will be "Cum-
munication—How to Make
it Work." Faye Ross will be
moderator. There is a
charge. For information.
call Ms. Klempner. 557-3698
or Dorothy Shapiro. 557-
2599.

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merous sponsors during the
dinner program.
Philip Stollman, global
chairman of the board of
governors of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, reporting on the re-
cent meeting of the board
in Israel, indicated that im-
mediate financial aid is
needed for Bar-Ilan due to
the Israel economic situa-
tion which both reduces and
postpones government as-
sistance. He told of an
emergency call for action
which received a generous
response of financial sup-
port from a group of Great-
er Detroit affiliates in the
Bar-Ilan program.
Dr. Emanuel Rackman,
who has just been named
president of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, will address the an-
nual dinner on Sept. 8. Res-
ervations are now being
filled at the Bar-Ilan office
in Oak Park, 398-7180.
* *
Five graduates of Akiva
Hebrew Day School will be
among the enrollees at Bar-
Ilan University next month,
Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive
director of Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan University, an-
nounced this week.
The Greater Detroit stu-
dents who will leave for
their studies at the univer-
sity in Ramat Gan, Israel,
are Julie Torgow, Sarah
Ryba, Moreen Silver, Ju-
dith Gunsberg and Lynda
Goldenberg.
Tomkiewicz
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of their 12th grade studies
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