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Culver Military Academy #207038

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 15, 1970
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(Studio) Mil. mood changing.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Culver, IN) Culver Mil. Academy keeps military tradition; has high academic reputation; enrollment down; people don't like military atmosphere; drill time lessened, girls' school to start on campus to boost morale. [Admissions Dean Alfred D. NICHOLSON - says military system works.] [Student Bill DRYDEN - says school will change.] [NICHOLSON - says demands high standards.] [Student Mark LEONARD - says some military drills detract from study.] [NICHOLSON - says organization helps study.] [Student Casey OLSON - says school must please alumni.] All students must take Reserve Officers' Training Corps and sports; tuition $3,800 per year; school trains leaders for Middle American
REPORTER: Hughes Rudd

Reporter(s):
Mudd, Roger;
Rudd, Hughes
Duration:
00:06:10

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