Y.C. Anniversary to be Celebrated at Astor Dec. 13 (Vol. 4, Issue 4)
A dinner to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the founding of the Yeshiva College will be held Sunday night December 11, at 7 p.m., in the Hotel Astor on 44th Street and Broadway. A subscription of $50 per couple will be charged for the dinner, the proceeds of which will go towards the scholarship fund of the college.
Plans for the dinner were drawn up at a luncheon given last Thursday by J. David Stern, publisher of the N.Y. Post and the Philadelphia Record and chairman of the celebration committee. The Luncheon was attended by approximately sixty committee members, officials, and friends of the college.
The speakers who were introduced by Mr. Sterns, included Commissioner of Investigation William B. Herlands, Representative Sol Bloom and Rabbi Leo Jung, a member of the faculty.
Honorary chairmen of the committee are Samuel Levy, former president of the Borough of Manhattan; Dr, Bernard Revel, president of Yeshiva College, and Maurice Levin, chairman of the Yeshiva College, sponsors’ committee, and executive head of Hearn’s Department Store.