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Development of Fellowship Would End Racial Discrimination, Scientists Believe

Only the development of a sense of fellowship among all peoples in this country will bring an and to group tensions and racial and religious discrimination, the fifth annual Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion declared yesterday in a statement adopted at its closing session. Group antagonisms, the statement asserted, cannot be solved by destroying all deviations.

Prof. Louis Finkelstein, president of the Jewish Theological Seminary, was reelected president of the conference, and Lyman Bryson, Prof. of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, was re-elected secretary-treasurer.