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Hakoah Soccer Team Plays in Chicago

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

The Hakoah soccer team defeated the Peel Cup Stars by a score of 2 to 1 on Saturday afternoon. Ten thousand spectators witnessed the victory of the Vienna team.

Yesterday the Hakoah team and the Spartas played to a tie. Twenty thousand spectators saw the game. The score was 2 to 2.


A public meeting will be held under the joint auspices of the Young Men’s Christian Association and the Young Men’s Hebrew Association at the Bijou Theatre, New York, this evening. Mayor James Walker will preside according to a joint announcement by the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. M. H. A.

Invitations to the meeting describe it as “A Symposium on the Challenge of Youth.” The meeting is to be the climax of the campaigns which the Y. M. C. A. and Y. M. H. A. are making for funds to provide more adequate housing and social, cultural and recreational facilities for the youth.

The speakers at the meeting in addition to Mayor Walker will be Justice Joseph M. Proskauer. President of the Y. M. H. A.; Cleveland E. Dodge, President of the Y. M. C. A.; the Rev. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Rabbi of the Free Synagogue: and the Rev. Dr. Daniel A. Poling, pastor of Marble Collegiate Church, and President of the Federated Churches of New York City.

The Young Men’s Hebrew Association band and the Young Men’s Christian Association Glee Club will furnish music at the meeting.

The Mizpah expedition under Professor William F. Bade, American archaeologist, has discovered an ancient Semitic temple at Telen-Ansheh. with the remains of a still earlier building underneath an Associated Press despatch from Jerusalem states.

The staff of the expedition and friends in the mission at Ramallah held a service in the excavated temple. Jews, Christians and Moslems were present where the last previous service probably was held more than 2,000 years ago.

One of the rooms of the excavated temple contained flint knives and also a rock on the east side of the ruin which doubtless was used for sacrifice. Cups and bowls for offerings were found near by. In caves and store rooms beneath this room a variety of pottery and tomb deposits were found.

Workmen are now removing the ancient temple to discover what is underneath it.

Of the 146 fellowships for research work awarded by Yale University, S were granted to Jewish students.

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