. Two-WatJ Two-WatJ Two-WatJ ConOCTsibn fnm QNE of the cheerful stories soaring sbova the color bars in the southern states comes from Georgia's Mercer University, a Baptist Insutu- Insutu- tion. Out from Mercer went gra- gra- H.ml Mobley for mi . , ... . u"ul h" affart wai . . he that one of his converts, Sam Jerry Oni of Ghana, decid- decid- ed to come to the United States to study at the university which had educated MoNey. Mr. Oni presented a problem. Mercer had. up to that time, been an ali-while ali-while ali-while institution. But she alumni tnarnzme of rh university put forward a amplt claim. "Mercer." K said, -j, -j, a Christian Institution. A Chrietiaa ethic - here in- in- vntved." The, point was made. Sam' jerry bnis application for ad- ad- mission was accepted. And to round out the principle, the university dropped its barriers against American Negro appli- appli- cants.