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THE MENORAH JOURNAL

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VOLUME I NO. 1

JANUARY 1915

Greetings: From Dr. CYRUS ADLER, LOUIS D. BRANDEIS, Professor RICHARD GOTTHEIL, Dr. JOSEPH JACOBS, Dr. KAUFMAN KOHLER, Justice IRVING LEHMAN, Judge JULIAN W. MACK, Dr. J. L. MAGNES, Dr. MARTIN A. MEYER, Dr. DAVID PHILIPSON, Dr. SOLOMON SCHECHTER, JACOB H. SCHIFF, and Dr. STEPHEN S. WISE

A Call to the Educated Jew LOUIS D. BRANDEIS

Menorah: A Poem WILLIAM ELLERY LEONARD

The Jews in the War JOSEPH JACOBS

Jewish Students in European Universities HARRY WOLFSON

The Twilight of Hebraic Culture MAX L. MARGOLIS

Days of Disillusionment SAMUEL STRAUSS

Three University Addresses President ARTHUR T. HADLEY of Yale University, Chancellor ELMER E. BROWN of New York University, President CHARLES W. DABNEY of the University of Cincinnati

The Menorah Movement HENRY HURWITZ

From College and University: Reports from Menorah Societies

PUBLISHED BY THE INTERCOLLEGIATE MENORAH ASSOCIATION 600 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK : : : 25 CTS. A COPY

INTERCOLLEGIATE MENORAH ASSOCIATION

For the Study and Advancement of Jewish Culture and Ideals

OFFICERS

Chancellor HENRY HURWITZ 600 Madison Avenue, New York

President I. LEO SHARFMAN University of Michigan First Vice President

MOSES BARRON University of Minnesota

Second Vice President LEON J. ROSENTHAL Cornell University

Secretary ISADOR BECKER University of Michigan

Treasurer J. K. MILLER Penn State College

THE ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL

Composed of Representatives, one each, from every constituent Menorah Society (The Representatives for 1915 will be announced in the next issue of The Menorah Journal)

There are Menorah Societies now at the following Colleges and Universities:

Boston University Brown University Clark University College of City of New York Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University Hunter College Johns Hopkins University New York University Ohio State University Penn State College Radcliffe College Rutgers College Tufts College University of California University of Chicago University of Cincinnati University of Colorado University of Denver University of Illinois University of Maine University of Michigan University of Minnesota University of Missouri University of North Carolina University of Omaha University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of Texas University of Washington University of Wisconsin Valparaiso University Western Reserve University Yale University

Office of the Intercollegiate Menorah Association 600 Madison Avenue, New York

THE MENORAH JOURNAL

VOLUME I JANUARY, 1915 NUMBER 1

An Editorial Statement

THE MENORAH JOURNAL, in its efforts to carry forward the aims and aspirations of the Menorah movement, will necessarily be far more than merely an "official organ" for the Menorah Societies. That function, indeed, becomes increasingly important as the Menorah Societies multiply in number and influence throughout the country. In this special appeal to Menorah members, however, the Journal will be more than a news medium; it will supply important material for study and discussion, and stimulate thinking and active effort in behalf of Menorah ideals. And inasmuch as the furtherance of Menorah ideals means the advancement of American Jewry and the spread of Hebraic culture, the Journal should appeal to every one in America who sympathises with these purposes... Continue reading book >>




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