Freezes ATO Hassle,
Rutledge Tufts, president of the Dean Jones' letter, according to distance telephone call from ATO
Southwestern chapter of Alpha Tufts, suggests that the issues em- National President Stuart Daniels
Tau O meg a fraternity, was ad- broiling the chapter include a pos- of Champagne, Ill.
vised Monday in a letter from sible violation of the rights of Daniels' initial attempts to con-
Dean Jameson Jones that the cam- one of the ATO pledges. Neither vince Tufts to resign his position
pus activities of ATO are tempo- Tufts nor Dean Jones would re- were unsuccessful. Daniels then,
rarily frozen. lease the letter for publication. according to Tufts, informed him
Tufts told The Sou'wester Tues- that a letter would be forthcoming
College Awaits Study
Photo by Bill Robertson day that the ATO chapter cannot removing Tufts from his position
MISS B.U.T.T. for 1968 poses coyly amoong her Carol Hufstedler, and Margaret Ann Cary. Not conduct elections, pledgings, or de- In declining comment, Dean as Southwestern ATO President.
admirers, Steve Pienaar, Jimmy Walk(er, and to be outdone, B.O.O.B. fraternity topped things pledgings until the current contro- Jones indicated that the South- Daniels maintained that Tufts'
Bill Pendergrass in Wednesday chapei. Miss off by naming Jeanne Houser their Mascot for versy between Tufts and the na- western administration does not action refusing to honor the ATO
Mary Margaret Grigsby won the shimImering the coming year. tional ATO organization is re- wish to take any position until the blackball system was clearly out-
trophy, while runners-up were Corinne Beard, solved. Greek Evaluation Committee com- side the constitution, and there-
pletes its study of the campus so- fore no formal trial would be held.
ATO Province Chief Jon R. Boy- Reads Letter
den of the Melody Music Shop in Tufts received the letter from
Memphis told The Sou'wester Dean Jones last Monday and read
Tuesday night that he had re- it in the chapter meeting that
1C b e oullege Newspaper ceived a copy of Dean Jones' let-
night. G. L. Brandon of Memphis,
Chairman of the ATO High Coun-
cil, and Boyden were present at
Boyden stated that the Dean's
An All-American College News paper action provided a "cooling-off pe-
After Tufts read the letter, said
riod", and as a result the issue is
49th YEAR SOUTHWESTERN AT MEMPHIS, FEBRUARY 16, 1968 VOL. 49, NO. 14 "at a point now when it is a status an ATO active who wished to re-
quo situation"; and that National mnain anonymous, Brandon told
ATO plans to do nothing without the group that he and Boyden had
Fraternity, Sorority Leaders
further word from the Southwest- come to the meeting to ask the
ern administration. chapter to hold an early election
Boyden denied a Sou'wester re-
Brandon further stated, the ATO
port that he was filing charges
against Tufts with ATO national. said, that if the chapter did not
Defend SW Greek System The Province Chief said he knows hold a new election, he was pre-
pared to remove Tufts from office.
of no charges pending against
David MeMillan confirmed this
Tufts, but "that is not to say they
won't be filed; that is not to say information: "If the letter had not
they have been filed." been written by Dean Jones, Rut
By George Hazard Sigma Nu. The immediate p a st expects the Statement of Princi- who "'remains an individual in the would not have been president."
That Southwestern's Greek-let- president of KA, George Atkinson, ple to be abolished at the next group." ATO's Differ McMillan further stated, "It is
ter organizations are under fire at noted that "a local chapter can Grand Chapter. Sanders denied the right of the my understanding if an election is
PiKA In Shift However, several ATO's present
present is an understatement. The strike the 'White-Christian' clause faculty to abolish or regulate not held by the chapter, national
Pi Kappa Alpha President Rich- at the February 5 meeting of the
recent test case of the blackball by applying to the national organi- Greek groups. As he put it: "The will remove Rut as soon as Dean
ard Hix noted that the PiKA na- local chapter maintained that a
system, and the racial discrimina- zation for local autonomy on a very idea of the faculty's abolish- Jones lifts his freezing notice."
tional convention, to assemble this member, acting in accordance
tion that Alpha Tau Omega year-by-year basis in order to ing fraternities or sororities is a
summer, "will very likely abolish with ATO by-laws, asked Boyden Brandon Declines Comment
Worthy Master Rut Tufts holds to comply with a campus regulation gross violation of not only the in-
the blackball system." to file charges against Tufts, and
be inherent in that system, are forbidding discrimination." dividual's rights, but also of those Brandon refused to comment on
Both SN and PiKA are on the that Boyden inferred that charges
matters of the gravest concern to Sigma Nu has a similar provi- of the student body." the ATO controversy Wednesday
one-ball system. The latter fra- would indeed be filed.
them. sion. According to John Howell, He sees the basic issue as "the night. He further declined com-
These are matters which call Commander of the local chapter, ternity may change that require- Tufts told The Sou'wester that,
(Continued on Page 4) on February 8, he received a long- ment on whether ATO national
fraternities and sororities to ex- "The national Statement of Prin- ment locally if the change is ap- would have actually removed Tufts
amine their requirements and phi- ciple states that the chapter is ex- proved by nine-tenths of the chap- from office if Dean Jones had not
losophies. pected to make racial discrimina- ter.
Senate Will Judge written the "freezing" letter.
Although a number of these or- tion whether the clause is signed Kappa Sigma's Grand Master,
Franklin Sanders, said that his or- As a result of the controversy
ganizations do not have a "black- or whether the chapter has been
ganization has "no local or nation- within the ATO chapter, approxi-
ball system" by name, their bid- granted a Waiver of Honor - in
mately 12 members have deacti-
offering procedures all involve a
potential pledge's exclusion by
one to four of the chapter's voting
which case the discrimination is
unofficially, but effectively, per-
Howell indicated that SN is in a
al written discrimination clauses
of any kind."
He sees the fraternity as a "self-
interested" entity, over which the
Abolition Proposal vated. Reasons vary for deactivat-
ing and remaining in the chapter.
However, some of the members
Those procedures, presumably, transitional period relative to the school should have no control. "By By Judy McDonald come before the Senate on Febru- remaining expressed feelings that
can result in the unpredecented blackball system and the Waiver benefiting members," he noted, Tuesday night the Student Sen- ary 20. the chapter can make changes in
confusion that followed their use of Honor. "they benefit the school; but that ate committee consisting of the The SGA Executive Council the blackball system and still pre-
in the ATO lodge in November. "At the last Grand Chapter," he is not their primary purpose." Social and Welfare Commissioners Tuesday afternoon had endorsed serve the national affiliation.
Specified Exclusion said, "there was considerable sup- This emphasis upon idividuality and the heads of the Men's and the actual abolition of the present According to Nat Kirkland, the
Two of the fraternities have a port for a two- or three-ball sys- is shared by -PiKA's Hix, who Women's Undergraduate Boards, Greek system because the Council chapter has sent a letter to nation-
written law prohibiting the pledg- tem: this indicates a trend toward sees the fraternity's purpose as following the recommendation of opposed the Greeks' racial and re- al requesting that their members
ing of Negroes: Kappa Alpha and a majority vote for pledging." He the betterment of the individual- the SGA Executive Council, voted ligious discrimination, their intro- be placed on the national commit-
to bring this motion to the floor of verted educational outlook and the tee investigating the blackball sys-
the Student Senate: blackball system of membership tem.
Now To Slice The Pie! "Be it resolved that the Student selection. Boyden said, "I am hopeful that
Senate of Southwestern favors the Members of the Executive Coun- there will be a solution that will
SGA Settles Union Budget immediate abolition of the Greek
system at Southwestern."
The motion for abolition will
cil favoring the resolution were
Commissioners McGuire, the orig-
(Continued on Page 2)
be satisfactory to everyone con-
cerned." He emphasized that ATO
national's first obligation is to the
By Donna Fisher ernment funds and Briggs Student student center requirements. The college administration.
On Tuesday afternoon, SGA Center funds. The sum which Dr. original figure of $45,000.00 called The province chief said that
President Bill Hubbard, Secretary- Alexander will seek from the for a greatly enlarged social budg- ATO removed its white Christian
Treasurer Pat Black, Intercollegi- Board of Directors later this et, but President Alexander was clause from the constitution in
ate Relations Commissioner Ken spring totals $51,675.00. forced by financial considerations 1966.
Stanley, and Publications and Pub- Of this sum, $35,000.00 has been to reduce this figure.
licity Commissioner D avid Mc- tentatively allocated for SGA pur-
Guire met wtih President Alex-
ander and Dean Jameson Jones on
poses, and $16,675.00 for the stu-
dent center. Student Government
"We have an excess of expendi-
tures over income of $125,000.00.
That's a deficit of $125,000.00" said
the subject of the student budget
representatives plan to meet with
the student center's Board of Gov-
the President. He noted that the
college's framework of budgeting
The budget, consisting of all the
student budgets which were for-
merly dealt with on an individual
ernors in order to determine the
final division of funds.
The original SGA request was
includes athletic activities and
medical services under the head- Rule Change
ing of student activities.
basis, will unite both Student Gov- for $45,000.00 and did not include By Mary Faith Grymes
In discussion with the student
leaders on financial matters, the The Honor Council's proposal
Tutors' Change Challenges President listed a set of priorities
which will guide Southwestern in
the near future.
concerning girls' sign-out regula-
tions was endorsed by every mem-
ber of the dorm board present at
Seniors With Experiment First on the list is faculty sal-
aries: "We presently have an
their meeting last week. The peti-
tion now rests with the Adminis-
t r a tive Committee composed of
By Bill W. Ellis er the experiment was considered overall salary rating of "C", and Deans Caldwell, Diehl and Jones,
Acadlem.o Affa r Commtte a success or a failure. our aggregate average is a thou- and President Alexander.
The Faculty Subcommittee on The entirely experimental na- sand dollars below that of Se- The petition, which stems from
Honors and Tutorials, in response ture of the policy modification wanee." an Honor Council proposal brought
to a petition submitted by the Stu- must be stressed, indicated Dr. The second point made by Presi- forth in January, advocates shift-
dent Committee on Academic Af- John Henry Davis, chairman of dent Alexander with Dean Jones ing the responsibility for evening
fairs, has announced a policy mod- the subcommittee. This is one of in agreement was to upgrade and dates and overnight visits from the
ification of the Tutorial Plan. the main reasons only seniors will enlarge the number of books in administration to e a c h resident
The modification allows seniors be permitted to participate. All Burrow Library. Third came plans woman's parents.
taking tutorials and seminars dur- sophomores and juniors in tutor- to increase the scholarship budget, Decision Soon
ing this semester the choice of re- ials must adhere to the former which has increased from $120,-
taining the former method of method of "hour reporting." 000.00 to $180,000.00 in the past Jane Glass, executive president
"time reporting" on an hours read The Student Committee on Aca- three or four years. of the women's dormitory govern-
per week basis, or of incorporating demic Affairs feels that this modi- ing board, presented the petition to
He said that construction on a Dean Anne Caldwell last week and
a "new and better method" to be fication encourages a more ma-
determined by the student(s) and new girls' dormitory is slated for expects a decision from the Ad-
ture approach to study and learn-
professor involved. ing under the Tutorial Plan. It the immediate future, followed by ministrative Committee within a
A senior taking a tutorial who another men's dormitory. week.
gives the students more freedom,
wishes to select, the new alterna- and, more importantly, increased The girls' residence will house Mliss Glass stressed that the in-
tive must: 1) obtain the permis- responsibility for his own. students presently living in Park- stallation of the Honor Council's
sion of the professor under whom It is hoped that those seniors view Manor and Evergreen Apart- motion will primarily affect the at-
he will study, and 2) at the end taking tutorials will consider ments, while the later men's dorm- LYNX LOVELY ... Ann Millsaps makes a brief sortie to the titudes concerning the sign-out
of the semester report with his adopting the 'new and better itory will bring on-campus housing top of some of the physics department's curious memorabilia. practice. "w'w looked up rules in
professor to the Faculty Subcom- method," but with the full realiza- up to the 000 mark. "T'here's no Besides being able to see for miles and 'miles as the crow flies, as se boo& '(the official dorm
mittee on Honors and Tutorials on than that thea lierformance will. future for Southwestern as a com- the ID trshman from State College, Miss. could not get down. b... ;*~ .. . and this change
which method was used and wheth- determine t e pplgcy. muter-college," he commented. She Is the Historian for her clas, too. Ita t that many rules."
THE SOU'WESETER Friday, February 16, 1968 I
. . .
Editorial- Michael Patton
An Agonizing Reappraisal
The troubles of ATO have extended to the it would be nothing more than an expensively
Greek Calamity Marks
whole, campus. The question has evolved from
one concerning racial discrimination and the
blackball system to an inquiry into the nature
of the Greek system as a whole. Rumors spread
produced propaganda tract, not a newspaper. It
has a monopoly on this campus and thus a
higher obligation than that of partisanship. Topic: Myopic Opiate
As students of a college, we all owe a higher Yes, unwillingly I admit, they olutionary plot. The bulk of South- ics; yes, and even despite snick-
and inflame the fears of fraternity and sorority allegiance to the success and reputation of the western scholars, who were strad-
were right. Southwestern needed ering that the whole system was
members who picture their opponents as demons. college than to our own personal viewpoints. dling the fence at the time, found
There was to be an evaluation of the Greek the Greek system. Southwestern downright "unAmerican"; you
Errare est humanum, therefore each side must was the Greek system. The blind, themselves intensely interested in, held your ground.
system at Southwestern later this month. There admit its fallibility and let arguments bear the though morally bewildered by, the
will still be one, as far as anyone knows. But stoney-hearted radical left, the Exodus Revisited
weight of responsibility for the outcome. rebels without a program, had sub-
recent events have caused both the Greeks and But, alas, the Greeks are gone,
their opponents to take what is known as "an It is futile and stupid to waste this crisis in versively undermined the system, along with some four hundred stu-
agonizing reappraisal" of the situation. personal insults, wild allegations, and brooding then with the calculated cruelty of dents who maintained that this
The term "Sou'wester staff" seems to some fears. This is a liberal institution, and here we an Auschwitz executioner, overtly place just didn't match up to Ole
people a magic touchstone; to others, a despic- are confident that the truth will emerge vic- called for the system's immediate Miss or even Arkansas State. They
able epithet. But we try to be liberal, not radical, torious, whatever it be. Let no one think that the abolition. were right; time after time. The
and here the word "liberal" means something faculty would dare to overturn the Greek sys- Cursed embattled idealists: they old Southwestern just faded away.
em in a hasty meeting. were in no position to judge; they No more the mysterious "brick
more than another crusade in the rabid tradition
But it seems clear that no matter what the were not dependent on the system; week" or the quaint beercan-
of Hearst or Pegler. We think that to be truly
liberal, we cannot force our viewpoint upon any- outcome of the present crisis, the Greek system they had nothing to lose. Individu- strewn parking lot.
one. will be changed in some way. And, having seen als by nature, individuals by ne- No more the beauty and soul
the numbers of members deactivating and de- cessity, or individuals so tragical-
The students finance this newspaper, and each of lofty lyrics lifting lightly o'er
pledging, and the growth of anti-Greek spirit, ly lost that there was no worse so-
faction, both for and against Greeks, are entitled the campus: "In 1368, we Greeks
and the presentation of better alternatives, we cial state.
to have their ideas com m unicate d. If The entered an unnatural state. .... "
think the Greek system is doomed. These were the rag-tag revolu- No more the handy identification
Sou'wester presented only one side of this issue,
tionaries that met behind closed system of individuals by groups.
doors and bitterly vented their dis-
Letter To sension, who met before evalua-
tion committees and pleaded their "SURE,KI , WE'RE THE O~NeSWlt)
All these and many precious more
have passed, I'm sure, into the
concept of "Southweston" as a
pathetically ideal proposals, and THE BRK4,BUT .*
The Editor who obstinately, tenaciously, un-
naturally resolved to improve the obsessive tendencies of the radi-
haven for pussycats and roses.
History has proved: Southwest-
lot of the supposed victims of the
cals. ern just wasn't any Ole Miss (they
(Editor's Note-Mr. W. J. Mich- had at least twenty more Frats
Greek system. When confronted by such, many
ael Cody, a Southwestern alumnus than us), and that those devoted to
Radical Confessions drowned their tormented souls in
and local lawyer, was requested by fraternal principles, humbly
Yes, I 'was one of them. It was various forms of pleasing tempta-
The Sou'wester to write a "letter to though I do admit, were unerring-
terrible: the threats on the lives tions.
the Editor" concerning the Greek ly right. God go with them as they
of loved ones, the brainwashing or Some others, no less respect-
controversy.) scurry south.
"indoctrination" that they per- able, despite attacks by their
If the fraternity system at South- brothers to the contrary, felt com-
western is going to be used as an versely called my "pledgeship,"
pelled to agonize over their be-
instrument of discrimination
against Negroes then the college
the nocturnal raids on my room;
believe me, these are but sketchy
examples of the horrors used
liefs and those of their system.
Truly the heart of the revolution-
must take steps to drastically mod- ary spirit lay in its goal to insti- (Continued from Page 1)
against me (and others) to force
ify the system. gate trouble for the obliviously inator of the motion, Foster, Stan-
The Presbyterian Church and us to satisfy their obsessive hatred
content. ley, Steele, Thornton, and SGA
Southwestern have taken an un- on the happy-go-lucky, country- Olympian Detachment
club Greeks. Vice-President Adcock. Commis-
equivocal position that discrimi- To those of you who steered sioner Beall and SGA Secretary-
nation is morally wrong and But ,mytrial has passed, so let
George Kennan's appraisal of the clear of the whole mess, who pos- Treasurer Black abstained.
should not be practiced in Church sessed the rare ability, along with The committee vote was 9-4 in
institutions, The fraternity system radical left suffice to summarize
its unnatural obsession and the the administration and faculty, of favor of the presentation of the
at Southwestern is an organic part remaining above it all with some issue to the Senate.
of the college. Discrimination by unholy results: "Tendencies that
represent the obsession of only a sort of Olympian detachment, de- ,Committee members insisted
the fraternity is discrimination by spite ignorant and emotional pleas that their stand not be interpreted
Southwestern. The principle and few may not be without partial ap-
peal, at certain times, and with- to take a stand, I can only offer as the committee's favoring the
practice' must be made consistent my most sincere admiration. abolition of Southwestern's frater-
regardless of pressures-economic in certain limits, to many others.
"If my own analysis is correct, Yes, despite the impending pros- nities and sororities.
or otherwise. Following the committee's ac-
there are a great many students ecution of a student by an external
The thought of Southwestern tion, ten senators strongly opposed
who may resist any complete sur- organization; despite the hum-
standing uncommitted while one to the abolition of fraternities and
render to these tendencies, but drum cries of discrimination; de-
of its organizations takes a pledge sororities posted notices inviting
who nevertheless find them in- spite the ridiculous complaint that
pin from the coat of a student
tensely interesting, are to some ex- the school was perpetuating a pol- viewpoints f r o m interested stu-
simply because he is black is dents pending the Senate meeting
tent attracted or morally bewil- icy that excluded half the campus
traumatic to those of us who are February 20. The senators signing
dered by them, find themselves from a college-oriented social life;
close to the college. despite the obviously intangible so- the notice are Gregg Charbonnet,
Why should students believe that driven, in confrontation with them,
either into various forms of pleas- cial stratification, even within the Dickey Fletcher, !Mark Houston,
Christianity can be relevant in the
ing temptation, on the one hand, or Greek system; despite the rela- John Howell, Jim 'McElroy, Wal-
world if its own institutions refuse ker McGinnis, Frank Potter, John
into crises of conscience, on the tionship between the Greeks and
to speak out against such exam- Purvis, Emily Scarbrough and
other." the ever-widening dichotomy of
pled of nan's inhumanity to man
Herein lay the horror of the rev- in-class and out-of-class academ- Marcia Swett.
within theiir own walls?
I believe that this is the time for
the college to clearly inform its David McGuire
community that no discrimination
'Hope, Hope, My Pin
by any: group or organization on
its property.will be tolerated. A Real Juke -Greek Style
W. J. !Michael Cody
Marathon Therapy Session For A Ray Of Hope!' them academically. Our old rivals?
Events this week got too big for Your columnist decided to deac-
Scours Subliminal Psyches most Southwestern leaders to han- tivate from SAE, thus plunging What a joke!
dle. That is, some people actually that once-eminent group into an My old friend Miss Scarlett (bet-
started questioning the Greek Sys- oblivion equalled only by the Soc- ter known as the Great White
tem. In case anybody doesn't cer Club. Southern Virgin) accused me of
By Natilee Duning it is to be effective. Therefore, the have problems too." Other events in var yi ng de- being a yellow journalist. She
know, the "Greek System" con-
Between 1:00 o'clock last Satur- 25 participants divided into two 'The second group, which met at grees of worthlessness were: Ran- reeked of magnolias.
the Kappa Delta house, used a dif- sists of fraternities and sororities,
day afternoon and 4:30 p.m. the groups, one meeting in the KD whose rules are writ in water and dy Sunday invented a new literary "But Miss Scarlett, I doan know
following da y, 25 Southwestern lodge and the other in the AOPi ferent method to reach the same genre featuring Ectar Renal nuthin bout bringing babies!" I
whose foundations rest on black
students took time out to look house. end. The participants began by dis- Bloomersmith, Bill Robertson said.
balls and fine sand.
closely at themselves and at each Members of both groups felt cussing such topics as sex, race noted that a common species of "You ah a raving yelluh jour-
and Southwestern, ra the r than Larry Woodard still considered
other in a psychological Training they achieved similar ends, al- bird was on page 200 of last year's
themselves. According to fres h- himself an ATO pledge, for what
(T) Group. though the means differed greatly. annual, and the Misses Whitte-
Silent Stroll man Ellen Osterbind, this group that's worth. He clambered aboard
Although they came up with more and Bates planted a sapling
The group in the AOPi house be- was slower in getting down to a a white charger already groaning
more questions than answers, at the Science Center in the inter-
completely honest discussion. under the weight of Dean Jones
most of the participants felt they gan their experiment by walking ests of fecundity.
silently around the living room for Hostility To Hosting and Rut Tufts, and the four of
had found a deeper personal un- them horsed off into the setting Comps Are Now
derstanding through the experi- three minutes, each person looking "There seemed to be a feeling
of hostility in our group," she sun. The Sou'wester wishes to an-
ence. closely at those around him. Then
The T-Group experiment origi- in groups of three or four every- noted. "'By Saturday night there nounce that competition is now
nated in 1O54 at Newark State Col- one was asked to express what he was general frustration; we didn't open for Man of the Year. First
lege, Newark, N. J. The experi- had been thinking during those feel like we were getting any- prize is a year's subscription to
three minutes. This was followed where. And yet there was also the THE SOU'WESTER The Delta Review, second prize
ment has two main purposes: 1) to
develop group consciousness, and by an "experiment in trust." feeling that something could be ACP All-American is two years' subscription to The
2) to develop individual under- For five to seven minutes each accomplished if everyone would Co-editors C. Dale Worsley Delta Review, etc.
standing. The latter aim was person closed his eyes and -allowed just open 'up. David D. Massey But really, the Greek thing has
"Finally, on Sunday morning we Business Manager .._Brett Robbs been too priceless. How about
stressed in the Southwestern ex- himself to be led around the house Managing Editor _George Hazard
periment. According to Ken Stan- and yard, completely dependent on began to get down on a more per- News Editor _f.Donna Fisher that, tr yin g to be conservative
ley the T-Group experiment is the person leading him. Sitting in sonal level. We ended like the oth- Associate Editor ---- Bill Casey when they have nothing to con-
er group began--sitting in a circle ATtev. Lert ME. i TE RFEcT0rog,
"not a freak-out, not an orgy, but the living room afterwards, each Art Editor .. .... David Adoook serve? Huh? ier
u ThE '4wo'Tr Ml, Is A
accepted psychology." individual gave his impressions of and saying what we thought about Columnists: Michael Patton, Kenneth Of course, it gave Rene Car-
Phelps. Charles Frame, William Seeto, FRAt*aIrfP "
Psych Sought the other members of the group. each other." David McGuire penter of the Appeal a chance to
The T-Group came to Southwest- "I was anxious about the experi- After both groups broke up Circulation Manager.. Bob Rutherford redeem the CA's Margaret Mitch- nalist," she said, fluttering her
Copy Editor .. Mary Margaret Weddington
ern when several interested stu- ment degenerating into a cut ses- about 4:30 Sunday afternoon, all Photographers. Derrick M oo r e, David ell image when she said: "It was eyelids seductively.
dents decided to contact the psy- sion," remarked Sarah Koelling, 25 participants joined in another Carter, Andrew Rains somewhat comforting for me to "Nonsense. I've got as much
trust exercise--a member of one Reporters: Neva Gibson, Ellen Osterbind guts as any of those cats. You
chology department about sponsor- "but as we really got down to it, Guy Cooley, Bob Woods, Jim Ellis, Mary find on returning to the East that
ing such an experiment. The de- people were listening and com- group leading someone from the Faith Grymes, Judy McDonald, Kathy
Fleet. Dennis McFarland, Peggy Early.
here a whole generation of stu- can't call me yelluh, I mean yel-
partment declined on the basis of menting out of a real desire to other group. Robin Wellford, Bruce Levine, Anne dents not only goes to schools low." (To paraphrase the Dean, I
There seemed to be a consensus Wiggs. Natilee Duning. Minor Vernon, was hearst and amazed.)
insufficient experience, but asked help. Jack Childers, John Hle, Judy Cunning- without fraternities and sororities,
for permission to observe the Thinking Thumbed concerning the value of the T- ham, Ducky Smith, Shealy Thompson. but finds them slightly laughable." "I really don't, think you'll gain
Managing Staff: Glenda Houston, Chris entrance into the Chaptuh Eter-
group in action. "We tried to keep the whole thing Group experiment. Larsen, Charlana Best, Belinda Thomas, Holy regalia, Batman!
Through the National Student on a personal level--not to intel- Sale Sold On It Pat Carter, John McMinn, Judy Jackson,
Michele Sumara, Anne Hord, S a1 y Looks like the next few weeks nal," she said with a sigh. I genu-
Association, Ken Stanley, who par- lectualize it. I think at first every- "I didn't expect the groups to Street, Frances Foster. will tell whether Southwestern flected carefully and fled from the
ticipated in a T-Group this sum- one was trying to solve his own be as open, since most of the peo- The Sou'wester published weekly during
the school year except durinlg the weeks of sticks to its old church-camp/coun- Presence.
mer at the NSA Convention, con- personal problems, and there was ple knew each other," commented school holidays and examination periods, at try-club syndrome, a microcosmic So now I hear that if the school
Southwestern at Memphis. 2000 N. Parkw,
tacted two qualified leaders: Al a general feeling of frustration Debbie Sale, "but everyone came Memphis, Tenn. 38112. University of Virginia set in a passes a certain ruling, Walt Dis-
Record, a graduate of N e w a r k that the problems weren't being to a surprising degree of honesty." Before 5 p.m. call 274-1800, ext. 218. covite sea; whether those people ney will "pull" all the fraternity
After 5 p.m. ca 274-9935, or 27-7107
State College, and Tom Linney, a worked out. Another T-Group may be held anytime. desperate for every shred of the charters, and they'll all go off
graduate of San Francisco State '*But by early Sunday morning we near the end of this year, or pos- rYeay subscrpio. $S.00 Ivy League connection will suc- campus.
College-both full-time NSA work. began to feel a real group har- sibly early next fall. The possibil- Student activity fee, $7.50, allocated for ceed or not. If we get rid of the But Nietzsche said that Walt Dis-
Sou'wester. Greeks AND the coats-and-ties, ney is dead and that the frat
ers. mony. We didn't solve our per- ity of sending a student leader to
Second class postae paid at Menpbisa we'll be ahead of Sewanee on two houses are his sepulchre.... How
According to Linney, a T-Group sonal problems, but we did begin the T-Group training lab in Bethel, Tent
must be limited to 12 members if to understand that other people Maine, is also being explored. pots ad can think about beating about it, guys?
Friday, February 16, 1968
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dyFeray118TH SE Pa
Greek Critics Pose PAN Offers
A group of spontaneously or- tioned for the objections section of abolishing the national Greek sys-
The Panhellenic C o u n c i l will
sponsor its bi-annual weekend fes-
tivities tonight and tomorrow. The
Pan Dance, featuring music by
ganized students with a common the report. tem were discussed in two general Eddie Floyd and his band, the
bond of disenchantment with the In a criticism of national ties, categories. Mar-keys, Rufus Thomas, Shirley
existing Greek system met for the the self perpetuation of unsuccess- One category concerned the loss Walton, and the Avantis, will hold
fourth time last Tuesday night to ful chapters, the lack of needed of alumni funds, which might be forth from 8 p.m. until midnight
discuss possible alternatives to the autonomy, alumni pressure (in- alleviated in two or three years Saturday at the Chis c a Plaza.
existing system. cluding the requirement of recom- time by contributions from inter- Tickets, at four dollars per couple,
Originally including ten students, mendations for women) and finan- ested private foundations, accord- will be available in the student
the group has increased to about cial obligations were brought ing to research done by the chair- center Saturday morning. Each
25 students and one professor. forth. man of the group, Brad Foster. sorority will sponsor its own get-
Their goal is to compile a report Professor Jerry Gill added that The other area of financial crisis together Friday evening.
* * *
to the ad hoc committee appointed Greek membership "sets you poor- would probably fall in the lap of
by President Alexander to study ly for real life" after graduation. Mortar Board will sponsor Pen-
the administration; it concerns the
the existing fraternity and sorority For a presentation of alterna- legal deliberations over fraternity ny-a-Minute Nite tonight. Any girl
system. who lives in the dorm will be al-
tives, the group was split into and sorority houses and the funds
lowed to stay out until 1:00 a.m.;
The first part of the report will three sections. The first section needed to provide adequate social
however, her date will be charged
be concerned with the problems is studying the possibility of local activities and renovations in the
one cent for every minute after
of national Greek letter social or- fraternities as a replacement. physical plant.
midnight when he brings her to the
ganizations and their existence in Since the group feels that local fra- Other ideas including use of the dorm.
the Southwestern community. The ternities are liable to inherit va-
lodges, the possibility of students A penny spent is a minute
latter half will suggest possible rious ills found in national frater-
transferring if drastic changes are earned!
positive alternatives. nities, they are being considered made in the Greek system, and
Objections Voiced primarily as a transition stage (if
overall changes in the "Southwest- Dilemma's Financial Chairman,
Objections voiced at the meet- such a stage is needed). ern Community" concept are be- Bob Morris, has announced that
ings concerned the "artificial and A second committee is research- ing discussed at length. the March 1-2 symposium lacks
unrealistic" dividing lines between ing residential colleges. This struc- The next meeting of the group TERENCE STAMP, as Thomas Hardy's dashing but unscrupu- $2,000 in funds. He feels that the
Greek vs. Greek, Greek vs. In- ture would be oriented in the dor- lous Sgt. Troy, draws his very Freudian weapon in preparation necessary money must come from
is scheduled for 9 p.m. Tuesday
dependent and Greek vs. the in- mitories and possibly take on the the 20th in room 210 of Briggs Stu- for a dazzling display of manual dexterity to arouse interest and the gate receipts. Dilemma is a
dividual. intramural program, some social awe in the breast of reluctant Bathsheba Eveldine (Julie $10,000 operation this year.
The internal strife of the "sti- events, reference libraries, upper- Christie). Morris stated that "the program
fling" of the pledge's individuality classmen counselors for freshmen, is still financially better off than
by the active, and the blackball and faculty offices to reduce the The Madding Crowd last year, for more money has
determination of membership professor-student dichotomy. been raised to meet the greater
(with its ties to racial discrimina-
tion) were included among the ob-
Anti-intellectual orientation and
A residential college program
would not exclude the possibility
of social and interest clubs.
The third sub-group is consid-
Hardy Via The Widescreen budget of this symposium."
Morris did not recommend an
appeal to the students, but made
clear that further contributions
"country club" exclusiveness,
along with the stratification by
groups, the "unhealthy" attitudes
of rush, and the fact that no non-
ering the potential of offering no
structured alternative, but setting
overall rules to allow for the spon-
taneous creation of clubs and in-
Is Superb But Sentimental
By Don Dillport The swelling music, the joyous As in the case of the conclusion,
from parents or from the students
themselves would certainly be use-
ful as well as appreciated.
fraternity vie ws are presented terest groups as the need arises. Far From the Madding Crowd peasants, love winning out, all Theta Chapter of Pi Kappa Al-
Hardy has not given much with
during formal rush were also men- The financial consequences of (now showing at the Memphian these strike the viewer as an in- which to work. Troy's implausibil- pha fraternity announces its of-
Theatre) is a tremendous film, sult. Had I not read the novel, I ficers for 1968. They are: Presi-
ity in the novel is magnified on the
and for that very reason it forces would have sworn this was another screen. His sudden, deep concern dent, Richard Hix; Vice President,
Bill Wehling; Treasurer, Robert
Campus Students us to consider the basic question
posed by film adaptations from
stage or book.
Are we to view the screenplay
The movie should have sacri-
ficed accuracy for artistic merit.
It would be close to great if it had
over Fanny's death is touching but
I must repeat that the film is
good. These shortcomings do not
Bowman; Secretary, Dick Vaughn;
Correspondent, Davis Powell;
Pledgemaster, John Hille; IFC
Representatives, Bill Ellis and
Given 'Choice 68' as an attempt to accurately trans-
pose the original into a new me-
dium? Or should we see it simply
on its merits as a film, regardless
ended as the camera pulled back
over the churchyard with Bath-
Nevertheless, the film is still
make it bad in any sense; they
just keep it from being great.
By Donna Fisher idency. of accuracy vis-a-vis the original? tremendous; Julie Christie's per- Fairway Food Store
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The referendum question will
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Language Barrier Broken
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Brad Foster, "is not only to achieving maximum impact and But the Janni-Schlesinger-Ra- "I won't, I won't." But she is
acquaint students with the candi- clearest interpretation. phael team that showed brillance much more than adequate in her
dates and issues, but also to give Foster announced that members in Darling has displayed true gen- role.
them a chance to express their for three steering committees will ius in Far From the Madding The only unrealized character is
opinions on these topics. Several be selected from applicants. The Crowd. Their color photography of Sgt. Troy, and this is not solely the
million of the nation's youth ex- committees that will organize the the stark, rugged, sparsely-lighted fault of Terence Stamp's acting.
pressing their opinion together mock primary are a campaigning landscape of Hardy's "Wessex,"
will have an enormous impact." and election committee, a public coupled with brilliant use of the
Not only will self-declared candi-
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Trying Tigers Dare: A-League Intramural
Sigma Nu 36-KA 22
Young Lynx Go East
By Jack Childers which the lead changed hands five Tuesday nig h t the Lynx sus-
Sigma Nu 51-PiKA 34
Sigma Nu 61-KA 54
Sigma Nu 41-GDI 25
Sigma Nu 79-KA 57
Southwestern's struggling round- times, Belhaven emerged with a tained their seventh loss by 71-66 Sigma Nu 76-PiKA 48
ballers hit the road to confront 38-35 lead. Not to be denied in the at the hands of the University of Sigma Nu 62-KS 38
the Tigers from the University of final period, Brooks netted three Missouri at St. Louis. The River- SAE 74-GDI 30
the South tomorrow night in Juhan quick buckets as the second half men's Jack Stinner hit the opening SAE 64-PiKA 43
Gymnasium. The Lynx own a vic- opened. basket, and St. Louis never trailed.
SAE 51-ATO 42
tory over Sewanee at home earlier Bell Rings For Lynx Although the Lynx kept within
in the year. SAE 68-KS 43
A charity toss by Bell gave the striking distance, they were never
Having lost no conference games SAE 59-GDI 37
Lynx a 42-38 edge. Johnny Adams able to tie the score. With 2:56
and boasting a current 10-7 record, le ft in the game Southwestern ATO 44-GDI 30
the Lynx will play a favored role netted two for Belhaven, but Het-
tinger added four quick points to trailed, 65-62, and had the ball, but PiKA 32-GDI 31
in the tournament. The scrapping an offensive foul nullified the scor-
put the Lynx ahead 46-40, with PiKA 36-KA 33
quintet will try to better last sea- ing threat. The Rivermen quickly
15:50 left. PiKA 43-GDI 40
son's 15-9 output, the best in scored five points to wrap up its
The Lynx built their lead to 64- KA 49-KS 46
Southwestern history. triumph.
51 with 6:55 remaining, but in the
Starting at guards will be Mike KS 46-PiKA 43
final seven minutes Southwestern Stenner finished as the game's
Hettinger and Jim Meeks. Ken ATO 86-KS 43
Brooks and Jerry Bell will man could muster only eight additional high scorer with 25 points. Brooks
points while fighting off a 22 point led Southwestern with 19 points KS 52-PiKA 46
the forward positions while Eddie
Belhaven rally. and Bell had 18.
Hart opens at center.
Lynx Post Tenth
The Lynx posted their tenth vic- Charles Frame
tory of the season by startling the
Clansmen from Belhaven 77-73 on
Feb. 10. Hettinger, Bell and
Brooks popped the nets at a 65%
clip, connecting on 25 of 38 at-
Coach's Anglophile Kickers
Staff Photo By Derrick Moore
FAST AND FURIOUS is the word for recent intramural bas-
ketball action. In exclusive Sou'wester Stop Action, you see Bill
The trio accounted for 67 of the
77 markers as Hettinger led with
24, Bell followed with 23, and
Pick Soccery-Mockery Bone
Davis of Kappa Sigma A-league leaping diligently for the basket- Brooks added 20. Brooks also By Charles Frame Maybry revealed that there has club and built it into a varsity
ball, which is obviously too far over his head for his effort to be snagged 14 of Southwestern's 37 Last week I presented one side been a rubber soccer ball in the sport, and at Sewanee, where the
worth a SAU card. But the Stop Action is good. rebounds. of what could have been another athletic equipment since early fall. club asked only for a ball and
After a rugged first half, in of Southwestern's controversial The last one Southwestern had was place to play.
issues. But with further investiga- ruined by dry rot from lack of It seems that nothing is hamper-
tion in the form of an interview use. No group as such has present-
Greeks Defend Brotherhoods with Athletic Director William
Maybry, the would-be controversy
dissipated into nothing more than
ed a request for an official ball,
which, I have come to find, costs
three dollars more than a football.
ing the Southwestern aspirants,
except maybe confusion.
Southwestern is not afraid of in-
novations. Maybry has just initi-
(Continued from Page One) or by domitory to a Greek group ship in a sorority built a wall be- misunderstanding. ated a wrestling program and is
If a group seriously wished to
right to choose rwho you want to drew fire from the executives. Ac- tween G r ee k and Independent In the fall Maybry received a start soccer as an intramural planning a varsity swimming
associate with," but says that this cording to Hix, such a system women. Miss Bruninga said. "I do visit from students at CBC who squad to keep Southwestern apace
sport, it would have to take the
has been "obscured, clouded, by 'would destroy any kind of group not believe that there is much of were trying to generate soccer request to the Athletic Commis- with other teams in the CAC. Next
racial emotionalism." unity," and Howell said that "to a group psychology, because all competition bet ween CBC and sion. This would, in all probability, year, both sports will count in the
IFC Scored be an effective organization, a fra- students can participate in campus Southwestern. The word was re- take the place of flagball, because quest for the Bell.
The KS head censured the In- ternity must have some control organizations if they want to. No layed, according to Maybry, to the Maybry reiterated that athletics
next year' s academic calendar
terfraternity Council for "failing over its membership." one is left out just because they unofficial leader of the Southwest- are for all students, but that stu-
schedule will hurt spring intra-
to demand our rights to discrimi- Nor was the elimination of the are not a sorority member." ern intrepid band, Walker McGin- murals. With the short term, all dents have to show responsibility
nate relative to whom we shall present.system seen as the way to Said Miss Harvin, "I do not be- nis. with their privilege. For example,
intramurals will have to be played
pledge, from the very beginning of end racial discrimination. Said At- lieve that the sororities build a Maybry said that he was aware no one is stopping soccer on
on Saturday morning, which, in
this insane investigation of 'the kinson, "If you destroy fraterni- wall around themselves." of interest in soccer by some on campus except those who profess
my opinion, will separate the ath-
problem of fraternities and soror- ties, you'll get cliques. You can't Key Question the campus. However, he has letes from the dilettantes. an int'erest in soccer, it would
ities.' " avoid it." For Sanders of Kappa heard nothing since about soccer seem.
The president of AOPi, Miss Jo On the other hand, if interested
Sanders was joined in his criti- Sig, "To say that by abolishing competition.
Matthews, reflected the sororities' parties desire a soccer club, the
cism of IFC by Atkinson of KA, fraternities you'll end discrimina-
concern over the recent ATO furor. club would be separated from the
who sees in that body the arena tion is the height of idiocy." campus-and those organizations
She said that her chapter is plan-
where "the Greek system should
be projected." He said that the
Across the campus on Sorority
ing a Spring house party to dis-
cuss the discrimination question.
do not know how to handle it:
some because it has not arisen, as
Maybry cited the efforts of such Bob's
"pitifully weak IFC" has failed to clubs at F o r d ha m University,
set up the social service and phi-
lanthropic endeavors which would
Row, a certain number of oppos-
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She also voiced the question that
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objected to the idea that member- person with three votes against
group decide-discrimination be-
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The required math must include at lest
2 of the following: college algebra, trgo-
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