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West Point Study Results #50493

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 27, 1977
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(Studio) Results of study of West Point and cadets, in wake of 1976 cheating scandal, are released.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(West Point, New York) Recommendations of report cited. One suggestion is for sex education courses for cadets. [Cadet Lynn KEATHLEY - doesn't think it necessary; college-age students should know it already.] Report suggest there's lack of humor around campus. [Cadet Joe NAPOLI - agrees with this; many things not taken as jokes.] Study recommendations aren't binding on Academy, but for supt., General Andrew Goodpasture, to implement as he sees fit. Goodpasture hasn't commented publicly on report
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

Sherr, Lynn;
Walters, Barbara

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