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Yeshiva Honors Famous Jurist; 23 Graduated

The honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Laws was conferred yesterday upon Mr. Justice Benjamin ###. Cardozo of the United States ###upreme Court by Yeshiva College ###t its fourth annual commencement exercises. Presentation of the de#ree was made by General Sessions #udge Otto A. Rosalsky, a member of the college’s board of trustees.

Among the twenty-three gradu#tes who received their Bachelor of ### degree yesterday from Dr. ###ernard Revel, president of the ###llege, were two students from ###ithuania, two from Canada and #e from Palestine. Seven cities ###utside of New York were repre#nted among the graduating list.

The exercises were opened by ###amuel Levy, president of the Bor#ugh of Manhattan and chairman #f the Yeshiva college council. Dr. ###evel delivered the commencement address.

Following is the list of graduates who were awarded degrees: ### of February, 1935:

George Esrig, Palestine

Israel Mowshowitz, Albany, N. Y., cum laude

Isaac Toubin, Brooklyn, N. Y. is of June, 1935:

Bernard Berzon, Akron, Ohio, cum laude

Asher Block, Wilkes Barre, Pa., cum laude

Maurvin Elefant, Donora, Pa,

Baruch Faivelson, New York City, cum laude

Meir Felman, Philadelphia, Pa., cum laude

Charles Friedman, New York City, cum laude

David Goldwasser, New York City

Joseph Goodman, New York, N. Y.

Joseph Greenstein, Atlantic City, N. J.

### Kleiman, Bronx, N. Y.

Isadore Kumin, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Louis Leifer, Albany, N. Y., summa cum laude

David Petegorsky, Ottawa, Ont., magna cum laude

Philip Raymon, Lithuania

Emanuel Rzapinsky, Lithuania

Benjamin Sherman, Atlantic City, N. J.

Louis Simsowitz, New York City

David Teigman, New York City

David Wachtfogel, Montreal, Que., cum laude

Aaron Waldman, Bronx, N. Y., cum laude

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