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(Studio) Supreme Court orders Ohio to put George Wallace's name on ballot by 6-3 vote. Based on 14th amendment. Ohio polls give him 20% vote. In Montgomery, Alabama, federal judge, Frank Johnson, Junior, dismisses suit charging Wallace with using state money, property and personnel in campaign. Judge says case involves political ethics, but if true, they're questions for state not federal courts Wallace campaigns in California.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(San Diego, California) Hecklers put on show of support for George Wallace. [WALLACE - says group is students who're trying to have fun. Says if for him, let him speak They're University California students who ought to be in 1st grade. Why don't you young punks get out?] Hecklers cheer him. He throws kisses at them. [WALLACE - says after November 5, you boys (hecklers) are through.] Put-on rattled Wallace and confused everybody.
REPORTER: David Dick
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Dick, David
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