Ohio's Antioch College likes to be different. Its 850 students spend half their year on the campus, the other half outside on paying jobs approved by the college. For the past 24 years the head of Anti-och's social science department has been a Hindu. Last week Antioch picked a 30-year-old Negro to run its music department.

Walter Anderson, born in Ohio but once a teacher in a Negro college in Kentucky, believes in teaching both racial and musical harmony. Antioch teachers have told him, he says, that "the only trouble [I face] might be in keeping faculty and students from making...

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