People, Apr. 11, 1955

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Although he customarily wins friends and influences people wherever he preaches salvation, Evangelist Billy Graham (TIME, Oct. 25) unwittingly made some British enemies. Up to his nonclerical collar in a "Tell Scotland" crusade, Graham found himself in the rough, both on a Scottish golf course and in the minds of England's organized animal lovers. The ruckus began when he started a BBC broadcast with a bland enough statement: "Fishes belong to the sea, animals belong to the jungle, human beings belong to God." But...

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