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YMHAYoung Men's Hebrew Association
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(12) YMHA, supra note 10 at 1548-49; Reference Re Canada Assistance Plan (BC), [1991] 2 SCR 525 at 564-67, 83 DLR (4th) 297 [CAP Reference]; Watts, supra note 1 at 1.
Founded in October of 1877, the YMHA offered members "a parlor, reading, billiard and card rooms," and other entertainments.
memorial reading for Bishop at the YMHA in New York and recited from
My reading with Alice Walker in NYC at the YMHA was very well-attended, and without competition.
As director of the Poetry Center at the <IR> YMHA </IR> in New York, he invited Dylan Thomas to give readings in the United States.
Nor is Pope the kind of poet who can be enjoyed, or in fact understood, without a detailed "life and times." I found this out when I attempted, last November, to give an evening's reading from the poet's works at the Poetry Center of the 92nd Street YMHA; performing Pope without footnotes meant cutting every one of the poems by at least a third, meant missing half the fun and most of that focused sharpness of illuminating intelligence that we may call the wit of the period.
Born in 1928, he went to the 92nd Street YMHA in Manhattan at his mother's urging to attend a vocational class.
Local synagogues, branches of the Young Men's Hebrew Association (YMHA) and Jewish fraternal organizations, such as the International Order of B'nai B'rith and the Order of B'rith Abraham, all declared their intention to serve Jewish soldiers and sailors.
(5.) Among his early athletic feats, Perlman captained the all-Jewish YMCA basketball team that captured the city championship in 1919 (the YMHA was not created until 1919), and was the much vaunted catcher on the Transcona baseball team, see Leible Hershfield, "The Contribution of Jews to Sports in Winnipeg and Western Canada", Jewish Life and Times, 1983, 1:84-89.
Were you a member of the YMCA or the YMHA? Did you go to church or synagogue?" (23) By giving Margaret an ambiguous religious identity, Blume makes Margaret's transition to her new suburban community more difficult.
Victor was reading at the 92nd Street YMHA and I was anxious to hear the poet who had written Mainland and Snaps, which had spoken to me so personally.