President of Princeton U. Doubts Anti-jewish Bias in Fraternities

Princeton University president Dr. Robert F, Goheen has refused to accept charges of religious bias in bids for membership to the University’s supper clubs without “positive proof, ” though he admits to having heard allegations of anti-Jewish discrimination against Jewish students.

Dr, Goheen’s views were made known in a letter yesterday to the head of Princeton’s Undergraduate Council which had queried the president on matters relating to the clubs, Princeton’s equivalent of fraternities. The exchange grew out of charges by a number of students that they had been passed over in invitations to the clubs because they were Jews.