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The Soutlis Outstanding College Daily

Thursday Evening, Jan. 25, 1968

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON

UK Loot

Vol. LIX, No. 81

LBJ Orders Callup Of Reserves

Recovery
Improving
By LARRY DALE KEELING
More than $ 16,000 of property

was reported stolen last year at
UK, but, in a marked improvement over previous years, almost
half of the losses were recovered.
Col. F. G. Dempsey, Safety
and Security Officer, attributed
the recovery of the stolen property to a well trained UK police
force aided by security conscious

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Presid- ent
Johnson today ordered the immediate callup of more than 14,000 Air Force and 600 Navy Air
reservists to back up U.S. demands for the return of the USS
Pueblo and its 83 men. A mobilization of Army and Marine Corps
Reserves was also under consideration.
are of the American intelligence ship
Included in the call-u- p
two Air National Guard units in international waters.
in Louisville, the 123rd TactiThe reserve callup followed a
cal Reconnaissance Wing and the top-levstrategy session at the
123rd Tactical Reconnaissance
White House this morning. The
Group.
callup is the first since the CuPresident Johnson ordered the ban Missile Crisis of 1962. Rereserve callup, involving a total serves have not been called up
of 372 fighter and transport air- for the Vietnam war.
craft, after a morning meeting
Consideration apparently was
with U.N. Ambassador Arthur being given to a callup of Army
Goldberg, Secretary of State and Marine Corps Reserves, but
Dean Rusk, and Defense Secreno decision has yet been made.
tary Robert S. McNamara.
The announcement shortly be
The White House said the fore noon EST said:
President's action was caused by
"The President has directed
the seriousness of the situation Secretary of Defense McNamara
developing from North Korea's
to recall to active duty certain
seizure two and a half days ago air squadrons and support units
of the Air Force and Navy. The
Air Force Reserve, Air National
Guard and Naval Reserve planes
involved will total 372 fighter and
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been recovered during 1967. This
UPI Telephoto
left about $34,000 in property
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American ship hijacked by North
that had not been recovered. In This is the intelligence-gatherinKorea Tuesday. The USS Pueblo was carrying 83 men and sophisti1965 the losses not recovered tocated electronic equipment when Communist patrol boats surroundtaled about $54,000.
ed and boarded it.
Col. Dempsey attributed this
increase in recoveries to two reasons. First, the people are becoming more security consious,
he said. They are reporting more
and reporting them
crimes
quicker.
Will the real president of Asbury College please
Could not charge anything to the credit of
"All the statistics are only as
the college and could not interfere with the adsaid Col. stand upf
good as the reporting,"
ministration of the institution.
Dempsey. "If we get it when
The small college town of Wilmore, Ky. has
it's hot the chances of recovery
Dr. Wilson said he does not want to issue
been disturbed this week by a recent dismissal
are much better."
of Dr. Karl K. Wilson as president of Asbury a statement on the situation until some solution
Much of the property that is
can be reached between him and the college. He
taken is University property, but, College.
has been quoted, however, with these comments:
according to Col. Dempsey, the
Although removed from office by the college
staff is learning that it still should
"I was shocked and dismayed to learn that the
executive committee, Dr. Wilson contends he still
be taken care of.
is the president on grounds that the session in executive committee of Asbury College, through
"It's coming out of their tax which his dismissal was decided was improperly its attorney, had seen fit to make public its abortive effort to give validity to the meeting of some of
money," he said.
of the school.
called and contrary to the by-lathe trustees of the college which was held in
The second reason for the increase in recoveries, according to
Dr. Wilson reaffirmed his stand by refusing to Lexington on Dec. 28, 1967.
Col. Dempsey, is that the police resign from his position, an alternative to dismissal.
"Through my attorney, I have endeavored to
are better trained than they were This was called a "courtesy gesture" by a member
resolve the problems of the school within the contwo years ago.
of the executive committee.
fines of the institution in the hope that injury to
Col. Dempsey said that UK's
dismissal was an action of a Dec. 28 its public image could be minimized," he added.
The
police are muchbetter organized
than most other colleges. He meeting. The committee met again last week to
"On the basis of opinions rendered by three
said that no college in the state "ratify and confirm" the earlier action. The presilaw firms, I conclude that I am now president
had a system anytlung like UK's. dential office was declared vacant and the group of Asbury College and that the action of the exIn an average month, accordappointed Dr. Cornelius I lager interim president. ecutive committee is a nullity."
stated that the committee
The Courier-Journto Col. Dempsey, the campus
ing
announced that Dr. Wilson:
Dr. Wilson was unable to be reached for furpolice patrol more than 9,000
Must vacate the president's residence not ther comment. No statement has been issued either
miles in cruisers and perform foot
by Dr. Wilson or any member of the executive
patrols in the complex and the later than Jan. 31.
Must turn over all belongings of the college committee concerning why Dr. Wilson was disMedical Center.
missed by the committee.
Continued on Pace 5, Col. 4 now in his possession.

Asbury Head Won't Resign

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transport aircraft."
The callup was effective

im-

mediately.
The White House said, however, the callup did not equate
with a national emergency.
Informed observers said the
White House appeared to be dealing with the current crisis on an
basis, still hoping
the North Koreans would realize
the seriousness of the situation
and decide to release the ship
and its men: ' '
As for possible future reserve
callups, George Christian, which
House Press Secretary said:
"When and if decisions are made
on a callup of Army and Marine
Corps reservists, appropriate anwill be made
nouncements
hour-by-ho-

promptly."
The action came as two squadrons of U.S.
moved from Okinawa to South
Korean airfields to triple the
fighter-bombe-

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American air striking force based
in that country. The USS Enterprise, with 100 jet lighters, was
Continued on Page 2, Col. 1

'When Protests Had Effect, They Had Gone Too Farv

UK Visitor Wants Support For Dubois Club
for a

She's a sales representative
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But her real bag is drumming up support for the W.E.B. Dubois Club, scheduled for investigation as a Communist front group
by the Senate Subversive Activities Control Board (SACB) Feb. 5.
Patti Babbitt is visiting the penalties for membership in the
University campus as a repre- Communist party and for partici
sentative of International Pub- pation in certain Communist-infiltratefront and action groups.
lishers, making routine calls to
professors and bookstores. But Shortly after its passage, it was
she still finds plenty of time to rendered inoperable by Supreme
discuss the concepts of the
Court decision regarding seven
Club and the man for which of its sections as unconstitutionit was named; her feelings -- and al.
"But the amendment passed
strong indeed they are-ab- out
protesting the war in Vietnam, by the last Congress changed all
ami above all the upcoming in- that," Miss Babbitt says. "It
vestigation of the Dubois Club nude possible the investigation
of the Debois Clubs by SACB.
by congressional committee.
The club will be investigated And our appeals to have the inby SACB to determine whether vestigations halted on constitutional grounds have so far been
it is a Communist front organiunsuccessful."
zation as prescribed by the
Act of 1951, made operThe main line of reasoning
able by an amendment approved behind the division of the Supreme Court to withhold its judgby the 80th Congress.
The Mi Carren Ac t was passed ment on the constitutionality of
over then President HarryS. Tru- the amended ait, Miss Babbitt
man's veto. Mr. Truman termed claims, is that a stipulation in
it "a great defeat for free expres- the amendment
requires the
SACB to investigate some alleged
sion in the United States."
Continued on Pace 3, Col 1
The act sets requirenrntsand
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Sales Representative Patti Rabbit t discussed the
Dubois Club and its founder, its upcoming in

vestigation by a congressional committee, and the
war in Vietnam during a visit here yesterday.

* THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Thursday, Jan. 25, l8--

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(xMiiminmt front groups within
a year or it will cease to function
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she commented.
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The committee. Miss Babbitt
says, has no power to prosecute
or punish if it finds the club
to be a Communist front group.
"What they count on is lots
of publicity about the hearings-li- ke
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will cause a "Bed" scare and
make people fearful of joining
the club or other organizations
similar to it. Their only real
purpose is to stop opposition
to the administration," she said.
"Our efforts against the war
in Vietnam have been pretty successful especially in the area of
assisting men who have been
drafted, taken basic training and
then refused to go to Vietnam.
We have been able, in most cases,
to see that they get short prison
Freddie Dart's Lonely Hearts Club Band No More
sentences," she said.
The administration was not
cheer up. With musicians such as these, the band's
too worried about the Dubois Next year's UK Marching Band will break tradition
and throw its ranks open to s.
Already signed
popularity is sure to increase. Imagine directing
clubs and others of their genre
until it became apparent they for next fall are (left to right) Mary Ann Scott, the Marching 200! Any of you guys for music
lessons?
were having a decided effect on Pam Frost, Jo Ann VVindish, Ann Dunbar, Emily
the Poison and Vemadean Jones. Mr. Dart should
public opinion concerning
w ar, she explained.
"But when the polls brought
to light to what extent public
opinion against the war was
mounting, they decided to investigate us," Miss Babbitt commented.
"Apparently they felt if our
protests were having some effect,
they had gone too far.
The Dubois clubs do have
some members who are Communists, Miss Babbitt says, but the
majority are not.
"And our activities are not
dictated by the American Communist party, which is what the
SACB seems to think," she said.

"So they have to go on with
their investigation of the Dubois
Club or they w ill lose their status
and be forced to fight the whole

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Courts Refuse
Dubois Case
Collegiate Press Service
The VV.E.B. Dubois Clubs of
America, which suffered a major
blow in the spring of 1966 when
the U.S. Attorney General cited
them as "Communist front" organizations, have been denied the
chance to appeal their case
Supreme Court.
The court decided Dec. 11,
that it would not review a lower
court decision which denied the
national Dubois organization's
request for an injunction against
the Subversive Activities Congrol
Board (SACB). The SACB is investigating the Dubois Clubs to
decide whether or not they are

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The Court said in an unsigned
opinion t hat the clubs should exhaust administrative channels before going through the courts,
meaning that they should take
their case to the SACB.
According to Bob Heisler, education director of the national
organization, the national officers
haven't yet decided whether or
not to go Ix'fore the SACB.
The Dubois clubs lecame
somewhat of a "cause celebre"
in 1966 when the then Attorney
Ceneral, Nicholas Katzenbach,
announced they were Communist fronts.
National membership in the
By way of explanation, she
said the club was originally ororganization rose after the announcement, by about 600. Most ganized in 1963 in honor of Dr.
of the new members joined to VV.E.B. Dubois, a prominent Negro professor and historian who
protest Mr. Katzenbach's action.
The organization suffered from died in 1963.
right-win- g
howDr. Dubois was a Fisk Colharrassment,
ever, which included the bomblege and Harvard University
ing of Dubois offices in San graduate. A socialist all his life,
he initiated in 1951 the StockFrancisco and Brooklyn.
"It has made it difficult for holm Petition calling for disarmament. He subsequently was
people w ho would ordinarily associate with the clubs to do," jailed on this account and brought
Heisler said. He added that the before the SACB for investigaclubs continue to get harrasstion.
ment from the right in the form
"Our club is founded in his
of letters and phone calls.
honor and in the tradition of
According to Heisler there are his ideals of freedom, peace and
about 30 Dubois clubs on college equal rights," she said.
campuses around the country,
She will address members of
and others that are not associated
with a college or university. He the Peace Action Croup in Room
estimates the current national '245 of the Student Center at
7:30 p.m. Thursday.
membership at 3,000.

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LBJ Calls Up Reserves

Continued from Pa&e One
indicating a diplomatic move
on station with a powerful navy through the United Nations to
task force 200 miles off the coast free the Pueblo and her men.
of North Korea.
There was no mention made
The Pueblo, with her 83 nicn, of any immediate increase in
was seized early Tuesday, Wash- draft calls.
Two senators said Wednesday
ington time, off the North Korean coast. Diplomatic efforts the United States might be forto free the ship and her crew ced to use nuclear weapons if
are continuing, according to the the Pueblo incident touches off
White House, but thus far there a war with North Korea.
have been no known results.
And at least one senator who
It was ordered under a law has strongly opposed U.S. war
that provides when the Presi- policy in Vietnam, Sen. Frank
dent deems it necessary, he may Church, called seizure of the
order to active duty the ready Pueblo and the 83 Americans
reserves of any armed force for aboard "an act of war."
a period of not more than 24
"Our national honor is at
months.
stake here," he said.
Pres. Johnson had conferred
Senate Democratic Leader
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Scanning College News
University Of California At
Berkeley
The University of California
at Berkeley has become the nation's leader in awarding academic doctoral degrees, according
to a recent report of the National Academy of Sciences. From
VM) to
Berkeley awarded
3,228 doctoral degrees. UCat Berkeley also leads all other campuses in the number of four-yea- r
bachelor's degree students
who later earn doctoral degrees.

Northwestern University
d
limited system of
courses has received final approval from the College
of Arts and Sciences, Northwest-em'- s
largest
undergraduate
school. The proposal would permit an A fit S student to take
a maximum of 10 courses on a
pass or no credit basis in his four
undergraduate years.

University Of Cincinnati
It is now policy of the
Union to take away a
ID card for using

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The University of Minnesota
students now have a member on
the Board of Regents. But the
student was a regent first. George

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Ball State University
The Student Senate passed a
bill last week. The bill
pass-faallows students to take up to
32 hours on the pass-fasystem
with no more than one-hathe
hours in any one semester on a
basis.
pass-fai- l
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adviser and the registrar. A professor, according to the bill,
would not know if the student
was taking his course on a pass-fa- il
basis.

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Praise was given to t he C plus
student in an editorial in the
Daily Collegian. Agreeing with
a Look magazine article which
states that the C pins student
is the "collective backbone of
the nation," the editorial goes
on to suggest that participation
in extracurricular activities rates
just as highly as making goxl
grades.

Ohio State University
Members of the Faculty Club
are waging a campaign to permit serving of alcoholic beverclub.
ages in their
Although the plans are not complete, Richard Rhode, manager
of the club, anticipates no trouble
should the plan be approved by
trustees. If approval is granted
it would overrule a 1948 board
decision that "alcoholic beverages will not be dispensed on the
university campus.

George Washington University
The Associated Press reported
that George Washington University has lifted a ban on military
recruiters on campus. The ban
was instituted Dec. 8 by University President Lloyd E. Elliot,
who felt that student's rights were
being threatened by an edict issued by Gen. Lewis B. Hershey,
the Selective Service director. Elliot lifted the ban due to a clarification of Selectiv e Service policy. Columbia University banned
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$46,000 Stolen In
Campus Thefts In '67
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For the month of December,
1967, there were 78 offenses reported to the campus police, according to Col. Dempsey. Ten
arrests were nude and ten convictions were obtained. Col.
Dempsey said that the conviction
rate on arrest by the campus
police throughout the year was
about ninety percent.
Eleven incidents, mostly traffic violations, involved students,
and were reported to student affairs for disciplinary action. However, most of the reported offenses did not involve students, according to Col. Dempsey.
The offenses reported to the
police for December were:
8 damage to property.
35 larcenies.
10 breaking and entering.
14 vandalism.
12 breach of peace.
4 drunk in a public place.
1 explosives (snoke bomb).

3 crimes against women.
1
vagrancy.
When offenders are arrested
they are taken before the Lexington police judge and are held,
if necessary, in the city jail.
According to Col. Dempsey,
the city of Lexington has actual
jurisdiction over the UK campus.
He said that there is an agreement, however, that the Lexiug-- .
ton police will not come on campus unless asked to by the canv
pus police.

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Stand Up, Miles Standish!
Delegations nude up of prominent people, especially prominent
Negroes, have more pull at the
University than students. To effect
change at UK, members from the
campus organization,
had to go downtown to the
Fayette County Human Rights,
Commission. They sat in onatown
meeting. Registered their grievances. Came back to campus.
all-Bla-

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against an administration brick
wall.
Dr. Philip Crossen, chairman
of the Lexington Commission,
called the meeting "quite success-fu- r'
adding that "the greatest
strides made were in the area of
housing." Johnson assured the delegation that students would be
informal about what to do if they
encountered any discrimination
while seeking
housing.
This measure will not end discrimination in Lexington but it will
serve to keep the bigoted landlord
off the UK housing list.
Future meetings between University officials and prominent
members of the Negro community
have been planned so that the
University can get a clearer picture of some of the prejudice encountered here. We think the next
meeting that will be both constructive and successful will be a meeting with "Joe College," the guy
that attends this school in the first
place. Until then, effectual
communication, we
is stupefied.
submit,
off-camp-

Tuesday, a delegation of four
the Commission came to camWhile we commend these four(
pus.
men in getting Vice President of
Student Affairs Robert L.Johnson
to help guarantee freedom of residence to minority groups, we are'
amazed that such a stimulus had
to come from
from

off-camp-

This was the first attempt made
by the Lexington agency to assist
students in making their needs
known to the University. And this
group was successful.
We don't think that ORG ENA members were shy. We think they were
just plain tired of hitting their heads
off-camp-

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See The World Last
President Johnson recently did
job on the Amerhe announced his
ican eagle when
December travel ban. While we hate
to see France get anymore of our
green currency without paying her
over-du- e
bills, we think that foreign
travel, for Americans is a vital
vehicle of understanding and information between nations:
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on everyone leaving the country,
as some public officials have suggested, he will be putting the dam-

per on much student travel. For
if anything will discourage a college student anxious to meet new
people and see new lands, additional costs head the list.
Freedom to travel is among the
fundamental liberties guaranteed
Citizens of this part of the world.
As Canadian Wild Geese, we never
thought it would come to this.

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