Paris (Aug. 16)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
The International Congress of student organizations, which opened here yesterday, decided by a majority vote, after a stormy discussion, not to take any action on the motion of the delegation of British students to exclude the Roumanian Students’ Federation from the organization because of their policy of anti-Semitic violence.
The motion to dismiss action, couched in the form of a resolution that the students congress is not to deal with “international questions” was advocated by the Roumanian delegation and supported by the Polish and French delegations.
When the matter was brought up in the open session it was at first refered to a special commission where the English delegation presented its facts and made the argument. The Roumanian students were represented on the commission by M. Romaneski.