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In this issue:

"Speech By Governor, Dedications To Highlight Homecoming: Alumni Activities Scheduled To Help MSU Begin Its Second 50 Years"

Alumni meetings, the dedication of three buildings by Governor Buford Ellington, class reunions and a top-flight football game will all add flavor to Memphis State University's 1962 Homecoming Day.

"Hebrew Offered For First Time"

Rabbi Jack Goldman, spiritual leader of the Anshei Sphard congregation, teaches Hebrew at Memphis State this year, the first time the language has been offered for credit in a state university south of the Mason Dixon line.

"2nd Indian Town Possible"

2nd Indian Town Possible Memphis State, owner of Chucalissa Indian Town on the Mississippi River bluffs, may get another anthropological study site near Pinson, Tenn. In September the State bought 190 acres for $40,000 for historical study purposes. On the land, it was reported, is the second highest Indian mound in the United States.

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Columns.8_3a.1962 October

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1962 October

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Memphis State University; University of Memphis; University of Memphis (Memphis, Tenn.). Alumni Association.

The Columns, 08:03a, 1962 October

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