has participated in the two pieces of research work which the department has made its especial business, the Concordance of early Arabic poetry, and the edition of a corpus of historical material which was compiled by Bulad(###), an Arabic historian of the third century of the Hijra.
The B’nai B’rith of Canada Scholarship for the year 1928-29 has now been awarded by the University authorities to two students in the Institute of Mathematics. Ben Zion Dub(###), and Shimon Marshak. Both students were chosen by the academic staff of the Institute for their good work done last year.
An its has convention, held in Pittsburgh during the week of December 26th, the Sigman Alpha Mm fraternity established a scholarship of from Â£50 to Â£60 for a student at the Hebrew University. This is in line with the general educational program of the fraternity.
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