Thursday, February 7
Kingsley Pythian Lodge, Odd Fellows Memorial Building, 301 Schermerhorn street, Brooklyn; Rabbi Samuel M. Segal, “Within the Gates”; 10:00 p. m.
School of the Jewish Woman, 251 West 100th street; Rabbi Philip R. Alstat, “Survey of Jewish History,” and Dr. Aaron Rosmarin, “Talmud”; 7:15 p. m.
Rezhauer Young Men, 91 East Fourth street; Rev. Dr. Gustave N. Hausman, “A City Without Jews”; evening.
League for Political Education and Civic Forum, the Town Hall, 123 West Forty-third street; “The Role of the English-speaking Peoples,” the Earl of Lytton; 8:30 p. m.
New School for Social Research, 66 West Twelfth street; “City Planning.” Werner Hegeman; 5:20 p. m. “The U.S.S.R.,” Hans Kohn; 8:20 p. m. “Dominant Ideal of Western Civilization,” Horace M. Kallen; 8:20 p. m.
Columbia University Institute of Arts and Sciences, McMillan Academic Theatre, Columbia University; “Shakespeare’s Greatest Play,” J. Middletown Murray; 8:15 p. m.
Hotel Astor, Forty-fourth street and Broadway; reception for Sholom Asch, under the auspices of the American Jewish Congress; 8:30 p m.
Solomon Ben Judah Hanau, German grammarian, published a a Hebrew grammar when he was twenty-one. He died in 1746.