Degrees of Bachelor of Arts will be conferred upon twenty graduates at the third annual commencement exercises of Yeshiva College, Amsterdam avenue and 168th street, Thursday afternoon. The exercises will be held in the auditorium.
There will also be two recipients of the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws. Among the graduates two will graduate summa cum laude, two magna cum laude and six cum laude.
The invocation will be delivered by the Rev. Dr. Leo Jung. The commencement address will be made by Dr. Frederick B. Robinson, president of the College of the City of New York and member of Yeshiva College council. Other speakers will include Dr. Bernard Revel, president of the College; Rabbi A. J. Konovitz, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, and Judge Otto A. Rosalsky. Isidore Fine, of Cleveland, Ohio, will make the valedictory address.
The honor students are: Abraham N. Avrutick, of Montreal, Canada; Isadore Fine of Cleveland, Ohio; Israel Freedman, of Montreal, Canada; Hyman R. Friedman of Baltimore, Md.; Morris Funk of Brooklyn; Meyer Greenberg of Jersey City, N. J.; Jacob E. Hochman of Chelsea, Mass.; Aaron Kellner of Brooklyn; Bernard Dov Milians of Brooklyn, and Norman Siegel of Baltimore, Md.
The exercises will close with a benediction by Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, after which there will be a faculty reception.