Appointments to the Faculty of the Yeshivah College Announced
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Appointments to the Faculty of the Yeshivah College Announced

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Appointments to the faculty of the Yeshiva College, which began work this fall, were announced by Dr. Bernard Revei. President of the Faculty of the college.

The Faculty for the first year includes among its members: B. Drachman, Ph. D., German; J. Ginsburg, M.A., Mathematics; M. L. Isaacs, Ph.D., Chemistry; S. A. Rhodes, Ph.D., French: B. L. Rosenbloom. M.A., Psychology; S. R. Safir, Ph.D., Biology; S. Gandz, Ph. D., Librarian; Abraham B. Hurewitz, M.A., Physical Education.

Associated with them on the teaching staff of the college are: For History of Civilization, Nelson P. Mead, Professor and Head of Department of History, College of the City of New York, and Isaac Husik, Professor of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania; for English, Charles F. Horne, Professor of English, College of the City of New York, and Gustav F. Schulz, Assistant Professor of Oral English, College of the City of New York; for Latin, George M. Fallion. Assistant Professor, School of Education, College of the City of New York.

Dr. Frederick B. Robinson, President of the College of the City of New York, Professor David Engene Smith. Professor Emeritus of Columbia University and Charles C. Torrey, Department of Semities, Yale University, are on the Advisory Council of the Yeshiva College.

The Advisory Council is presided over by Samuel Levy, LL.D., Chairman, Louis Gold, Treasurer and Herbert S. Goldstein, Secretary. Professor Nathan Isaacs, pofessor of Law, Business Graduate School, Harvard University, Arthur M. Lamport New York. Charles H. Silver and Dr. Bernard Revel are the other members of the Advisory Council.


Sir Joseph Duveen, noted British Jewish art collector, arrived in New York on the Mauretania, for a short visit. He is accompanied by Lady Duveen and their daughter, Miss Dorothy Duveen.

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