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… the Na_ 1927, after receiving his degree tional Membership Chairman for at the University of Michigan. He the Supreme Women's Council. Pisgah and Oak-Woods Chap- helped to organize and was first ters…

… the Bnai Brith Hillel 100% paid up certificates, and Commission and now serves as a Pisgah and Keiden chapters were member of the national civil honored for the smallest percen- rights committee of the…

… complete explanation of the sheitel and its background, as it was written for the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia by Samuel Rappaport: Ac-cording to an old Jewish custom, married women, for the sake of modesty…

… _Rarity of Genius — and Domination of Mediocrity Our universities do not always choose wealthy men and poli- ticians for honors. They often award honorary degrees to men of real ability and great…

… distinction. Such was the case with W. K. Kelsey of The Detroit News. Wayne University displayed good judgment in selecting our distinguished confrere for this honor. His own newspaper quite properly spoke of

… our educational system, especially coming from a man who once was a university president. We have hundreds of thousands of college graduates each year, and we would be lucky if we had in our public life…

…Purely Commentary The Terruque' in Jewish. Life and Law Tradition of Head-Covering and • • • Emergence of the 'Sheitel' . . . Not an Issue, but a Fact-Finding Effort. In the last few weeks…

…, considerable discussion has been aroused by several occurrences in Jewish ranks. A proposal by the president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis that women should be ordained as rabbis, a publicly…

…-staged Orthodox wedding, matters affecting kashrut, have created curiosity in the ranks of the unin- formed, debates among differing elements in Jewry. 0-.1e of our rabbis made this unfortunate comment on the ques…

…- tion of ordaining women as , rabbis: "In its recent picture story of a Hassidic wedding here, the Free Press showed the degradation to which Orthodox women are still subject." This, of course, is a…

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