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(Studio) Roper Poll says 9% college students revolutionaries. Most attend classes and church.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Greenville, SC) Students studying to be ministers at Bob Jones University tell beliefs to Mississippi students. No Jews, Catholics, blacks, beards, or rock music allowed. Students can't touch each other on dates. [Vice President Bob JONES III - says Bible warns to keep body disciplined.] [Student Terry METZGAR - says discipline necessary.] [Student Mary FLANDERS - claims sure foundation because of Christ.] Billy Graham has honorary degree from University He left after 3 1/2 mos. as student because didn't agree with stringent rules. Because of his association with liberals, he's suspect by University [JONES - says World Council of Churches and National Council of Churches are diabolic bodies. Ecumenicism is of Satan.] Armed student guards patrol campuses to discourage trouble from outside. [JONES - says won't permit campus unrest. Not in search of truth; we've found it.]
REPORTER: Foster Davis
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Davis, Foster
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