Krakow, Poland (Nov. 19)
The rector of the University of Krakow today threatened to close the university as the result of another anti-Semitic disturbance, which occurred there today.
University employees were compelled to use fire hoses to drive out anti-Semitic students who set up a din in the lecture rooms of the various schools, demanding that the Jewish students be forced to leave at once.
Declaring that many of the trouble makers were not students at all, university authorities ordered that all students entering the lecture halls be compelled to produce their documents.
Jewish students at the university were brutally attacked last week by anti-Jewish student groups. Many were injured in the fighting which began last Monday and was continued on Wednesday.
The rector of the school denounced “the brutal attacks on innocent, defenseless Jewish students.” He threatened severe disciplinary action against the aggressors.