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More Anti-jewish Disorders in Poland: Students Returning to Their Homes in Galicia for Christmas Hol

A new outbreak of antisemitic disorder is reported to-day by the Middish daily “Moment” from the town of Stanislau, one of the chief towns of Eastern Galicia.

Students at various Polish universities arriving in the town to spend their Christmas holidays with their families, the report says, marched to-day (Sunday) through the streets, wearing the green ribbon of the anti-Jewish boycott movement and molesting Jews who passed in the streets. In the evening the students collected outside the cinema, and beat Jews who were coming out, or passing by. Serious rioting occurred in the Mickiewicz Street, in which a large number of Jews were injured.