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Blaustein Voted Scopus Award by American Friends of the Hebrew U.

October 20, 1966
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Jacob Blaustein, of Baltimore, has been named to receive the 1966 Scopus Award, it was announced here today by Nathaniel L. Goldstein, president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. The Award, which is the highest distinction given by the American Friends, will be presented to Mr. Blaustein on November 21, at a dinner in his honor at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. Irving Mitchell Felt, of New York, is chairman.

Mr. Blaustein is an honorary president and former president of the American Jewish Committee. He has served under the last five Presidents of the United States, is currently a presidential representative on the board of governors of the USO, and a consultant to the State Department on international business problems, as well as a senior vice-president of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

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