By: Israel Upbin  | 

In the Editor's Mail Box (Vol. 1, Issue 1)

To the Editor of The Commentator.

Dear Sir: 

On Thursday Evening, March 7, 1935, the Alumni Association of Yeshiva College is sponsoring a theatre party at the Morosco Theatre. The play is, “Awake and Sing,” the action of which revolves about the complexities and comedies of the life of a Jewish family in the Bronx. Since the proceeds from the sale of tickets will be devoted to a specific department in the college, I will

deem it incumbent upon the student body to support the Alumni in this enterprise. There are a number of tickets left at, $1:10, and because of the shortness of time, they must be disposed of within the next two days. May I call upon the students, through your paper, to purchase tickets, as soon as possible from Mr. Petegorsky of the Senior Class, or from any mémber of the Alumni Association.

Respectfully yours,

Israel Upbin,

Chairman of Theatre Committee