Education: For Outstanding Services

Of all U.S. college presidents, James E. Walter of Congregational Piedmont College in Demorest, Ga. is probably the most tenacious. Since he first accepted a $500-a-month gift from an educational foundation started by antiSemitic, anti-Negro onetime Judge George Armstrong of Fort Worth, Texas (TIME, March 12, 1951, et seq.), students and facultymen have demanded again & again that he resign. Last week, as the academic year closed, President Walter was in the same old cauldron again.

The anti-Walter factions feel they have good reason for their stand. Not only has the president taken...

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