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ness or by taking it underground.
They became the "conversos" and
Marranos of 20th Century aca-
demic life. Some, like Milton C.
Winternitz, who was dean of
Yale's medical school from 1920
to 1934, were self-hating Jews
who made life intolerable for
their more honest co-religionists.
In those same years, the Yale
English Department, which Oren
describes as "the most prestigious
center of influence on the cam-
pus," was mired in bigotry.
Chauncey Brewster Tinker, the
distinguished medievalist, for-
bade the hiring of Jews al-
together, arguing that their
ignorance of the New Testament
automatically made them in-
capable of teaching English liter-
ature, which was grounded upon
Were Chauncey Tinker, still
around today, he would
doubtlessly find himself vexed
and furious at the changes which
have occurred in the Yale
English Department, to say noth-
ing of English departments the
country over and of literary
scholarship itself. Yale's domin-
ant English professor today,
Harold Bloom, not only is Jewish;
his fame largely rests upon his
articulation of a system of liter-
ary criticism based on Jewish
It is Bloom's commanding voice
that now resounds through those
halls of ivy where Tinker once
strode, sending fear and shame
into the hearts of the Jewish stu-
dents who crossed his path.
Reading Oren's history, I have
wondered how Tinker felt
everytime he looked at the Yale
seal which has at its center the
Hebrew words Urim and Thum-
mim, usually translated at Yale
as "light" and "perfection."
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When planning your. next special
event, let Pat Archer be your gracious
host in the beautiful and sophisticated
atmosphere of The Excalibur. The facili-
ties are available until 5 o'clock on Satur-
Lys and all day Sundays.
Or let our catering specialist a s sist
you in selecting a menu of fine
dishes to be conveniently deliv-
ered to your home or office.
Call today for more information.
Extends Its. Quality To
Special Parties Up To 200
Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,
Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings. Etc.
Special Appetizer Parties
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4E875 Franklin Road • a Northwestern 12 Mile
New York — Washington,
D.C. artist Phillip Ratner has
donated eight bronze sculptures
of Ellis Island immigrants to the
Jewish—National Fund, for dis-
play in the American Indepen-
dence Park, located outside
JNF established the park dur-
ing the American Bicentennial
as a testimonial to the friend-
ship and vision shared between
the U.S. and Israel.
New York — Air travel re-
mains safe considering the
number of passengers flown and
the comparatively small number
of terrorist incidents, according
to panelists who addressed a
conference on "Terrorism and
Transportation" sponsored by
the Anti-Defamation League of
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WHAT MAKES KINGSLEY
INN'S SUNDAY BRUNCH
SO GREAT ANYWAY?
(Voted Detroit's No. 1 Sunday Brunch in Metropolitan Detroit
magazine's readers poll, Nov. '84 issue.)
• White linen and silver service. _
• Elegant ambience of the Kingsley dining rooms.
• No compromise is ever made with quality or freshness.
• A dazzling, ever-changing array of breakfast, luncheon
and dinner favorites, and pastries from our own pastry
chef, too numerous to mention.
• Sone prices; only $9.95 for adults, $4.95 for
children age 7 and under.
WOODWARD AT LONG LAKE ROAD
BLOOMFIELD HILLS • 642-0100