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Graham Preaching Stirs Yale Faithful

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Despite Billy Graham's public conversion of nearly 300 souls in Yale's Woolsy Hall last Thursday, the Yale Daily News has concluded that Graham was "not Yale's cup of tea."

One reason for this doubt was the action of two Elis who rose after the benediction, clapped each other on the back and yelled, "By Jove, we're committed." Although criticized by the Daily News as against Yale's "highest values: free and rational thought," Graham was not without defenders. One sophomore accused Graham's detractors of being "atheists," who to him were all "5 ft., 6 in., popeyed, pimply, squeaky and scrawny."

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