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1 How Are You Going Vol. I No. 6 Est Lnsing, Michign, Februry 10, cents To Keep Them The Week's Events The Mrch Of Februry Down howrd hrri son On The Frm I liot borin After They've Seen MSU? By LAIMDOTA MAZZARINS By 11.m., the Crossrods Cfe concourse is lredy swmped with rndom people, nd the Interntionl Center becomes choice mrketplce for vendors of periodicls nd cuses. Lst Thursdy morning I found myself hwking two cuses t once: STEP '66 to potentil volunteers, nd "The Pper" to nyone with dime, or even qurter, to contribute. The STEP (Student Eduction Progrm, AS MSU-sponsored, four-week, second nnul) booth ws decked with blown-up photos of lst summer's intngibles: smll seriousness of Lrry Michels exploring "Exploring Science": intensity of skinny limbs sprwling on brown grss to wtch n cted-out story in clss deftly clled Drm; nd the cold dimpledblue of the pool t Sims High School in Holly Springs, Miss., which we integrted by using it every fternoon endlessly to reson with relys of wter-shy children: you cn't, no CAN'T, fll down to the bottom of the wter.... Not quite "Fmily of By LAURENCE TATE Wht kind of week ws it? A week like ll weeks, filled with those events tht lter nd illuminte our time. And you, dmmit, were there: 463 MSU students got ll A's fll term. Soon dministrtors will hve to fce the problem of hndling mss elite. Little-Known Fct of the Week (from Big Boy Comic Books' Know Your Sttes series: Michign) The people of Michign erly relized the vlue of eduction, nd tody, "Michign Stte University in Ann Arbor is recognized s one of the outstnding eductionl institutions in the country." Forgotten - But - Not - Gone Deprtment We're still looking for someone who hs seen tht new Jmes Bond picture. At press time it ppers the film my not go into n 008th week. Perhps we've ll styed wy too long. God's Truth Deprtment A Detroit pun ppering in stge role which clls for her to msquerde s mn told n interviewer, "The fct tht I wer mn's costume hd A Bourgeois Kind Of Hope Mn" stuff, to be sure, but close. A "Pper" stffer tottered up with three stcks of Issue 5 nd begn to rrnge them on the djoining tble. He surveyed the STEP disply with more speed thn insight nd ventured, "Rther bourgeois pictures of Mississippi." Snppy rejoinder to YOU, I thought, s we pottered round with the ppers. Five minutes lter I shot bck, with some innocense, "You're right, the project kind of WAS bourgeois " He shrugged. We turned bck to the groning tbleful of responsible journlism nd tht ws tht. There might hve been more mlice in his complint hd he come minutes erlier nd seen the disply in its nturl stte. Someone with foresight hd tucked mong the pictures cheery messge: "No Rcil Violence during Entire Project. Think STEP." I ws tering this into cherry little pieces s he cme up. LIMITED OBJECTIVES The crd nd the comment re telling exmples of the objections * bsolutely nothing to do with my trying out for the prt." * * Crzy-Mixed-Up Kid Deprtment ( letter to Billy Grhm's "My Answer" column) "I'm hving trbouble finding church tht suits me. I hve joined the Methodist, Christin, nd Bptist, nd now I'm thinking of joining the Jehovh (sic) Witnesses. Wht do you think?" The Cn-Spring-Be-Fr-BehindAwrd goes to AS MSU's Winter Crnivl. >!< >}< ^ Hedline of the Week (from Vriety) "Fther of Three Fights Sex Fcts; Hits Disney's Birth of Bufflo." News Story of the Week (see Hedline of the Week) "In Chrisney, Indin, tree nursery own«r withdrew his 14-yer-old dughter Betty Lou from school fter clssroom showing of Wlt Disney's'The Vnishing Pririe,' which shows the birth of bby bufflo. 'I guess I'm oldfshioned,' he sid, 'nd I hve strong convictions bout such things'." * * Sitution Ethics in Action The ltest Germn book of etiquette hs decreed tht it is permissible for veterns to wer World Wr II medls often deserved leveled t civil rights projects which profess limited ims, especilly "purely" eductionl ones. These objections center on the limited spect of it ll: given so little time, shouldn't we be working in the politicl ren rther thn in the clssroom? Where cn we mke the best use, the most efficient scrifice, of time nd tlent? Too pt n nswer is given by conclusions like the Stte News hedline of lst August: "Students Educte, Not Agitte, In STEP." I would suggest tht the choice implied here, between minline civil rights ctivity nd siderods into cdemic picnics, doesn't in relity exist; tht the objectives of eductionl crsh progrms re "limited" only in the eyes of those who've never considered overly hrd the function of eduction; nd tht it's vin to seek ny limits to the forcible expnsion of consciousness which hppened, in complex nd inevitble wys, to the 400-some seprte selves who converged on the four city blocks of Rust College lst July nd August. (And before we bndon the subject to Russell Kirk: eduction mybe is NOT gittion? If we hdn't expected to encourge nd to help chnnel some well-justified gittion over the Southern Wy of Life, we wouldn't hve budged from Est Lnsing.) To be specific bout the kinds of limits to which STEP isn't subject: while its methods re irreprochbly bourgeois in the sense of "prcticl, remedil, unspectculr" continued on pge 4 provided the Nzi swstiks hve been removed. And Christin Victory Mgzine recently printed the following ppel: "During the second world wr (sic) Hitler's Nzies (sic) killed millions of Jews. They mde lmpshdes, or other rticles, from the skins of Jews who perished in the Deth Cmps. Now the Centrl Council of Germn Jews hs issued request tht ll these rticles which were mde from the skins of Jews be turned over to them for decent buril." Voice of Authority Robert Shelton, imperil wizrd of the Ku Klux Kln, denounced the House Committee on Un-Americn Activities s "un-christin nd un-americn itself," nd sid its stff's investigtion of the Kln "hd been conducted in brs nd night clubs." I-Hve--Drem Deprtment (from the New York Times) "New York Police Commissioner Vincent L. Broderick declred yesterdy tht 'there is some considerble confidence in civil rights circles in the present ledership of the Police Deprtment.' '"He's out of his cotton-picking mind,' Roy Innis, chirmn of the Hrlem chpter of the Congress of > t Rcil Equlity, commented lter." The Willim-Rndolph-Herst A- wrd for jzzy journlism goes, s usul, to Chrles C. Wells, editor of the Stte News, for his column, "Our Job As A Newspper," in which Citizen Wells confided such Inside Dope s: "The question tht good editors constntly sk themselves is, 'Am I lighting cndle for progress nd enlightenment or m I ctering to the lowest common denomintor*?" You Must Be Joking: tht tom bomb the U.S. government misplced off the cost of Spin over two weeks go still hsn't been found. Profiles in Courge, continued (from the New York Times): "Sentor Robert Kennedy toured dilpidted Bedford-Stuyvesnt buildings yesterdy nd found himself the focus of wrthful comments by leders of the hevily Negro Brooklyn section. "Sentor Kennedy st impssively during wht were virtully hrngues. He ppered to choke nd uttered surprised 'chee'when Mrs. Elsie Peterson nnounced to the ssembled leders, 'We're here to her from our sentor wht he plns to do."' 1 p. 2 1 p. 3 1 p. 5 1 p. 6 1 P. 7 1 p. 8 inside 1 dumb contest 1 e.d.p. nd gmes 1 "wr of buttons" 1 bureucrcy 1 morlity nd fiction 1 cool photo 1

2 << LETTERS The "Wr-Words" I'm doing two yers for trespssing on drft bord property... wht 'er you in for? A CONTEST To Boost Circultion Here it is! "The Pper's" first dumb contest! Get on the bndwgon! Join the fun! Get ll excited trying to think of funny cption for the bove picture! Tell ll your friends to try to think of funny cptions! Mke it the big, cmp THING TO DO! Then cut out the blnk below, nd send to "The Pper/' 1730 Hslett Rod, Est Lnsing. The best entries will win vluble prizes. First prize is two-term subscription to "The Pper," complete with bck issues. Second prize; one-yer subscription to Zeitgeist. Third prize: oneterm subscription to the Stte News. Contest dedline is midnight, Februry 28, Quick! Get ll excited nd strt thinking of cptions!! # I think the picture of the ct sticking its hed in the pot should be entitled Nme Address Phone Socil Security # Finlly, the "wr-words" re e- merging s hrbinger of the forml declrtion itself. And it's lmost relief. We no longer hve to cope with the subtleties nd nucnes of our ntionl tongue. Thnkfully, we don't hve to color in the vrious shdes of mening with our hitherto plible vocbulry. Semntics hs finlly been reduced to its lowest common denomintor: even Sentor Boggs cn under stnd the implictions of those fryed metphors, "hwk" nd "dove," "Vietnik" nd "pecenik." Grtefully, we're spred the pinful process of thought nd decision s Americn society, with brely tremore of resistnce, ssumes the rigid posture of wr. Responsible sttements uttered from the mid-ground or ny objective vntge ^point re disllowed s tresonble. Witness, only, the recent tretment given Sentor Fulbright's eminently perceptive nlysis of the Vietnm sitution. For his efforts he ws rewrded with the title of "cryptic... Pcifist," by some nonymous proponent of the "new semntics." As the effort for wr snowblls, there re only two points of view in question nd one point of view in opertion. Vi the net dogmtism of the "new semntics" we re thrust into the firing rnge of one cmp or the other. Unfortuntely, like most obsessions, the wr obsession tkes exclusive hold of the berer's mind (recll the demise of tht one-time intellectul, Den Rusk). Out of the "hwk's" nturl ggressiveness, which seeks hppy outlet in wr, comes closedmindedness unmoved by even the most cogent refuttions of his position. The opposing mind must be brnded s inimicl to society in hopes of silencing it, nd thereby fcilitting the morlly rocky trnsition to wr. The plight of Sentor Morse is worthy of specultion here. I wonder how mny other sentors (besides the ner-heroic fifteen) re sticking out their politicl necks by speking to him these dys. He's been virtully stigmtized by the right wing nd is now even beyond the rnge of such fr-reching epithets s"ppeser." Like Fulbright nd Morse, those who hve been better ble to chnnel their gressions re reduced to the sttus of pigeon, "dove" if you like-- or do they relly men chicken? (Thnk you, Russel Bker.) The lines re truly drwn. No we merely sit bck nd wit for the genesis of further terminology with which we cn hndily pelt ech other from behind closed rnks. Frewell, reson, goodbye, sweet subtleties of English. Welcome, the self-righteous, ignornt complcency nd pitiful vocbulry of wr. B.B.T. The uthor writes, "The uthor regrets being unble to sign her full nme but she nd her husbnd re in politiclly vulnerble positions nd re subject to reprisls (drmtic though it sounds)." The Editors. GL-70 We re members of the New Apthy s described by wht's-his-nme in his unforgettble rticle in the Stte News lst term. We re writing this letter in support of ny fellow pthetics silly enough to cre whether nyone supports them or not. We fvor the estblished order, whtever it is. So ll of you CSR, YAF, M2M, SDS, JBS, ADA, SNCC, CORE, MOTTS, Dems, GOP, Whigs, Torys, Lbour, Liberls, IRS, Christin Dems (nd Atheist Dems), Conservtives, Rectionries, Rdicls, Fscists, Anrchists, Monrchists, 007, UNICEF, DAR, WCTU, YMCA, FSM, IWW, RSDP(B), RSDP(M), NS- DAP, ADL, DL, KKK, CPUSA, CPUS- SR, CPV, CPIR, FLN, NLF, FLAN, FLQ, B,B,D,&0, NAM, AMA, MHA, IFC, WIC, AWS;T C, SCUM, ASMSU, NSA, MAC, SPU, VDC, RCMP, LOOF, BPOE, BSA, NCC, NRA, ELPD, LSD, WASP, SWP, SLP, MFDP, UHURU, SCLC, SSOC, CCOW, A.O.L., SPASM, SS, SA, VOICE, YSA, YSL, SMERSH, UNCLE, OGPU, BYP, NKVD, MVD, KGB, PL, 126 Student Services, W. E.B. DuBois, Q-P'S, UCLA, HUAC, ANTI-HUAC, SANE, INSANE, VFW, ROTC, MLF, SPQR, Drftees, Dodgers (nd Mets nd Ynkees), Betniks, Greeks, Pinks, nd Finks who wnt our support for your stupid ides, get them estblished nd they'll hve our pssive support. But till tht millenium comes, DON'T BOTH ER US, you kooks. The Rose Bowl ws bd enough without the BLC nd its Burning Bush. THE PAPER Willim H. Somers Former chirmn, B.A.P. Dvid Roche Murphy Former chirmn, B.A.P. Murice Brone Chirmn, W.M.U.A. "The Pper" is published by students of Michign Stte University s n independent lterntive to the "estblished" news medi of the university community. It is intended to serve s forum for the ides of ll members of the university community on ny topic pertinent to the interests of this community. Neither Michign Stte University nor ny brnch of its student government, fculty or dministrtion is to be considered responsible for the form or content of "The Pper.»» Plese ddress ll correspondence to: "The Pper" 1730 Hslett Rod Est Lnsing, Michign, Tel.: or Editor Arts Editor Advertising Business Mnger Inspirtions Michel Kindmn Lurence Tte Robert Mronpot Howrd Hrrison Junior Scholstic, P.M.L.A. Vol. I No. 6 Februry 10, cents 1

3 Morlity At MSU: The Inhumn Comedy By CHAR JOLLES Humnism the vitl commitment to the full humn development of ech individul mens t MSU the full time employment of more nd better cdemic dvisors. This personlism in outlining curriculum will supposedly ssuge the deeply rooted fer of dehumniztion, inevitble in the bureucrtic mss known s the university. Russell Kirk, columnist for the Ntionl Review nd former MSU fculty member, clled for restortion of the "humne scle" to university eduction. Eduction, he sid, should be dedicted to the pursuit of ethicl ims "the development of the truly humn person through intellectul processes" nd not to teching the cll of economic nd socil success. Insted, we see the Americn university prostrte itself before the public demnds, thretened with the loss of public dollrs if it dres restrict enrollment or llow student protest to flourish. Kirk, who fought for higher dmission stndrds t MSU 20 yers go nd lost, sid Americn eduction ws "decdent," becuse it lcked commitment t o defined utilitrin ims. The hordes of students tht demnd college eduction don't see beyond the promise of socil dvncement nd economic security ssocited with the college degree. The university, in kowtowing to public ultimtums, dmits thousnds more students ech yer, outlines long rnge improvement plns nd ten-yer budgets to win Ford funds, nd exploits humn lerning reserch for new efficient wys to tech nd dminister tests. The horde grdutes, clutching its B.S., nd fills some more gps in the well-oiled socil mechnism. However esy it is to ttck the behemoth chrcter of the modern university, the problem of size is incredibly difficult nd mplified by the fct tht the men t the top re powerless. "The public institutions re in no position to sy, 'we won't get bigger/" sid Ted Wrd, director of MSU's Lerning Systems Institute, in n interview lst week. "The pressures of society re such tht the university must respond to them... The question isn't whether we should use, sy, closed circuit television, but tht we will hve to. So mny of these things just hppen to us." On the other hnd, he felt tht the existence of the bsic college indicted remnnts of morl fiber t MSU. 4* If the university were just giving This is the third in Miss Jolles' series on eductionl development t MSU. Her comment on the second rticle: "You screwed up my rticle in the lst issue. Thnks to sloppy proofreding, the lst prgrph the punchline, yes the climx got shoved into the body of the story, mking the ending 'brupt but not illogicl,' s someone put it. How could you. Tht's wht THEY used to do.--chr Joles." The reder is correct s usul.--the Editors, By STEVE HATHAWAY The on-cmpus students of Michign Stte University my soon hve the dvntges of n musement prk, n Administrtion spokesmn reported recently. The officil, who wished to remin unnmed, stted tht the dministrtion ws concerned bout the hppiness of its students. An musement prk, he sid, would provide necessry outlet for the student's nxieties. "Students become frustrted," he sid, "lmost like nybody else. If we don't provide something for them to do, they fll into the hbit of holding us responsible. This new populr entertinment thing is strt, but it doesn't ccomplish everything tht we would like to hve done. We wnt to mke it fun to live on cmpus." The prk will be locted in one of two possible loctions. The loction fvored is the field between the cyclotron fcilities nd Akers Hll. But there is some specultion tht the spce will be used to build n eighteen-story residence hll which will lso hold much of the speech deprtment long with new livestock pvilion on the sixth nd seventh floors. The other loction is the forest north of McDonel nd Holmes Hlls. A University plnner ws quoted s sying, "After ll, it's only bunch of worthless trees. I'd personlly like to see them ll cut down to mke room for building of some kind or nother. The sight of ll those trees bothers me; it's chllenge to see wht we cn do to mke worthless forest into something beutiful." The prk is plnned s n extrvgnt ffir, with ctivities sure to The Gretest Show On Erth? in to society, generl eduction, or bsic college, would be thrown out nd we'd strt people off on prevoctionl trcts." He sw "necessity" s n opportunity for the discovery of "more effective wys thn the clssicl to do things in eduction. This kind of'rising to the occsion' is only possible in vigorous institution where trdition is not restriction." Kirk might reply tht institutions, even vigorous ones, need the restrictions of crefully determined stndrds in order to mintin some kind of independence. Along this vein, Wrd sked, "Are we relly ssessing the needs of society correctly?" implyingtht perhps the university should sy "no" sometimes to the legislture nd the community. He felt tht the university could ply more significnt role in the restortion of "morl vlues" in our society. In the current generliztions bout our ge, we re indeed chrcterized by our scientific relism, our rejection of trditionl orgnized religions, our mterilism, our nihilism. However, Wrd felt tht the university "bcks out of this re in eduction" becuse of the difficulty in drwing the line between "spiritul vlues nd religious contentions." The morl vlues the humne scle tht Kirk would like to see restored s ims of eduction ctully ren't in conflict with trditionl religious contentions. The full development of the individul in ll his powers is morl im tht the universities would do well to pursue. To this im of morl well-being Pul Dressel, director of MSU's Office of Institutionl Reserch, would dd "intellectul development nd pssing on the culturl heritge." He felt tht university should be selective in its response to public demnds. For exmple, outside orgniztions will request tht degrees be given in the voctions more sttus; the university decides to dd new progrm, bsing its decision on expediency, on the hope of finncil support. Dressel felt tht universities, chrcterized by expedient decision-mking, do not serve s models "for the kind of person we wnt to turn out. We wnt student who cn look t problem nd know wht sources to consult, who hs degree of openmindedness, who stnds for something, who'll mke decision nd stick by it." The university must stnd for something, Dressel sid. ''It's the chrcter of gret universities not to be led round by the nose by nybody." He cited Hrvrd's stunch position on cdemic freedom during the McCrthy er. "The university's chrcter must be defined nd preserved by those who hve long-term commitment here," he sid. Yet, the tension between the university s chnge gent nd s preserver of existing socil norms requires, it would seem, superhumn morl courge to resolve. t c Universities engge in reserch which might tend to bring bout different ides nd vlues, nd these conflict with the conservtive's norms," Dressel sid. The previling sources of support threten, nd the university is forced to look to the future. Techniclly, he sid, "The university should be plce where everybody hs the right to sy wht he thinks but it tkes pretty strong dministrtor or fculty member to tke this kind of view." plese nybody. Something of interest to most freshmen will be miniture rcetrck where they will be llowed to drive little crs round five-hundred-yrd trck with bnked curves. It is hoped tht this will relieve frustrtions cused by not being llowed to drive cr on cmpus. Another ctivity of interest to most students will be cble-cr ride which will cross the Red Cedr in four loctions, llowing clever students to throw pper cups t other students i continued on pge 8 THIS AD DOES NOT CONTAIN A SHAMELESS BRIBE!! More's the pity. If we could fford bribes, we wouldn't need this d. As it hppens, we hve to depend on people who cn't be, or who t ny rte don't insist on being, bribed. We don't cre whether or not you cn be bribed, s long s you subscribe to "The Pper." Ft lot of good it would do us if you COULD be bribed. Subscribe now nd help us sty number two! $1 for ten issues $1.25 through spring term Nme Street City, Stte, Zip The Pper Hsiett Rod Est Lnsing

4 Bourgeois Hope... continued from pge 1 neither its inspirtion nor its furthermost outcome re even grzed by tht word's overtone of brisk dismissl. MAKING TROUBLE Be it known t this point tht, long with Lrry Tte nd one other publiction, I firmly lign myself ginst ll the dumb (tht is: humnly unjustifible) things tht re going on. One of the dumbest is personl noninvolvement in civil rights (slightly less thn 50 per cent of those who received Coopertive Resident Pledge Crd during ASMSU's Humn ReltionsWeek didn't bother to sign it); nother is tokenism (slightly more thn 50 per cent DID); nother is idle criticism of endevors to orgnize humn resources towrd some exercise of responsibility, however limited. It ws exspertion with these first two tht sent me curious bout the Southern Negro (whoever HE is), more thn little shmed of my privileged skin long with 40-odd other troublemkers, southwrd towrd the Mgnoli Curtin. A fellow troublemker, Jmes Agee, ws referring to the STEP project, mong others, when he wrote in 1936: ( child, in growing, will) discover, nd hve to ber, something of the true proportions of the svgeness of the world, nd something of the true weight of responsibility which ech humn being must lern to Undertke for ll others, nd something of the true mgnitude of the terror nd the doubt in which in ech humn being this responsibility must be serched out nd undertken;... lmost ny person, no mtter how dmged nd poisoned nd blinded, is infinitely more cpble of intelligence nd of joy thn he cn let himself be or thn he usully knows;"»t We were forcibly tught the mening of "culturlly deprived" sociologese for "dmged nd poisoned nd blinded" during our first sunny dys 'Bourgeois' STEP volunteer with (I. to r.) Crlton nd Kenneth Oliver, Colby Cobb of culturl shock nd reorgniztion on the Rust cmpus: the 47 high school grdutes in the Study Skills prt of the progrm tested out on ninthgrde level, by ntionl stndrds. Of course this ws merely the verge; we received lso sub-bourgeois scribblings like the utobiogrphy of n 18-yer-old girl from Pscgoul: In my fmily there 8 children, six older nd one younger... I hve gurdin, Mrs. Hsty who I sty with hve four children. Three boys nd one girl. One of the boys is in the rmy, one in seminrly (become priet) nd the other one is in high school.... My eduction relly begn tst. Peter Ctholic elementry School were I ttend for nine yers including kindergrden were grdute from. Then I ttend Crver high school for four yers of which I m grdute... I cme to Rusk College for the summer progrm becuse I felt tht the progrm would prepre me for my Freshment yer t Rusk. I will ttin Rusk College in the fll for bout one or two yers then I might trnsfer to Florid A & M University of the Nvy or Army. Much of our plnned curriculum which seemed so enriching in Michign hd to be scrpped or revmped to fit the overwhelming needs t hnd. Complicting the whole issue ws our mteurishness, for in this first time round we brought little experience with us nd hd everything to lern. A SUCCESS? Ws it, -s they sy, success? A futile question; no such thing cn ever be pinned down for ssessment. But: despite ourselves, nd the pressing het of one o'clock, nd the hominy grits t 6 : 30 erly, nd the long plnning sessions shding into morning; we mnged to do most of the work, lern, tech some. The 33-pge Mny politicins junket to Vietnm nd come bck experts on the sitution. Don't you wish you could become n expert in your mjor in week, too? Confucius sy: Girl who go round with nose in ir likely to encounter Bird of Prdise. RED CEDAR REPORT By JIM DE FOREST officil documenttion tells better exctly how, nd why Rust hs invited STEP to return this coming summer. Second-time STEP volunteers re going bck for personl resons, mostly. My own best memory is of n explosive two - hour session in the Western Lit course of Rust's summer term. Nerly everyone ws n elementry school techer from Holly Springs old nd disinherited, "bttered, grizzled veterns," s Dr. Idzerd put it, of decdes of smll losing bttles... As they springborded with growing self-confidence from "The Good Morrow" to tlk of jelousy, self-hte nd the beloved, nd poetry s celebrtion, we drew tight into circle of shred experience, Donne's, everyone's; till by the lst hlf-hour I hd to spend nerly ll my ttention on keeping bckters. "The Good Morrow," s you know, is the one tht begins, "I wonder, by my troth, wht you nd 1/ Did, till we loved... " But enough. I think I'm lpsing into bourgeois sentimentlity. The upshot is simply this: the vitlity of project like STEP is such s to outlive both its detrctors nd those do-gooders who idelize their wy into it, only to find themselves eventully educted despite themselves. This vitlity hs to do with, bove ll, people; nd in its rockbottom finlity it is (Agee gin) " thing so strong, so vlint, so unvnquishble, it is without effort, without emotion, I know it shll t length outshine the sun." If gmbling is illegl on cmpus, why re there vending mchines? ^T* T* *f* The world is in period of crisis, the results of which could lter the course of civiliztion for centuries to come! Menwhile, ASMSU orgnizes turtle rces. The Rel Lckey, A Memoir THE QUESTING BEAST 211 ABBOTT ROAD Tue.-St.: 10 : 30 to 5 : 30 Wed. : 10:30 to 8 ti Lst week's sd demise of Dougls Lckey, well-known cmpus rdicl nd close friend of ours, brings "The Pper" to its first obitury. Lckey in his ll too brief creer t MSU ws president of the Socilist Club, founder of the MSU Film Society, nd member of the SDS executive committee. When we were clled for comment, we replied, "It ws God's will.* 1 Those of us who will remember Doug know he would hve liked it tht wy. The following is n pprecition of Doug, s we knew him, written by personl friend. In the future we hope to publish Doug's mnuscripts s they come to light. The Editors. (Ms. Lost in Vult) I first met Doug Lckey during the wr on Pier 22 in New York Hrbor. He ws smll, sensitive fetured boy, working the piers t night to support his unt nd the drk hired girl whose, nme he never mentioned to me or nyone. Lte t night I would bring my horn nd Doug his violin, nd till dwn we would ply for the pssing tug cptin Doug knew nd loved. Next dy, fter completing his norml sightings t the observtory, Doug disppered, leving behind only scttered mn- 1 BOOKS-- BIKLES - REFERENCE - SPECIAL ORDERS 1 SPARTAN BOOK STORE 1 A SUPER MARKET FOR EDUCATION 1 I Ann Street Est Lnsing, Michign 1 1 BOOKS-- CHILDRENS-PAPERBOUNDS-M.S.U. TEXT BOOKS 1 uscripts nd instructions for posthumous publiction of his longer plys. I ws not to see him gin until tht trgic dy in the hospitl t Johnnesburg, only dys fter he plyed his now fmous role in the rioting. Doug ws wek, scrcely coherent --the horse ws tking its toll. Returning three dys lter to Denver with Louise, Doug relized, fter pressure from the embssy, tht the rdio brodcst ws impossible. Tht night, the phone rng. It ws Mrie, in Sn Frncisco, pledingfor Doug to come. Next morning, in New York, I met Doug for the first time in mny yers. His fetures despite the scrs, still held tht blurred romntic look I remember so well from our dys t Cmbridge, where Doug published the first of his logistic prdoxes. Gunt but erect, he ws still smiling, the ever-present crutches lwys unnoticed. But Doug ws exhusted: the lifelong struggle to further his idels, YOU THERE, SPEAK UP! which hd won the commendtion of the Generl Assembly, hd drined his body of its lithe strength, once the cclim of the lcrosse world. Tht night, fter desperte cll from Ann, I rushed to the George Wshington Bridge to prevent disster. Doug's despondency went fr deeper thn my worst fers. Running through the mist, I herd fint cry bove the ror of trffic. At the center of the bridge, I found scrwled quottion from the Veds, written in Doug's beloved Snskrit. But Lckey ws gone forever. Here we re, putting together our third weekly clssified column, still offering 50 words for $1 in our sound-off section, nd you still hven't plced n d! Don't you hve nything to sy? Don't you hve ny pet peeves you wnt to ir, ny prise you wnt to bestow? As we sid before, ll we censor out of ds is spelling errors. "The Pper" lso hs clssified sections for coming events, wnted, service, employment, lost nd found, etc., etc. Coll or (or go to Prmount News, ) ny time before midnight, Mondy before C.S.R. WORKSHOPS "The Nture & Uses of the University" leisurely explortion of the university in 20th century Americn society. Weekly 8:00 p.m. Mon., Tues. or Thurs. Cll for detils ALL WELCOME publiction

5 WAR OF THE BUTTONS: Little Rscls Au Frncis By RICHARD A. OGAR Remember Mickey McGuire, the derbied, cigr-smoking little tough guy tht Mickey Rooney spent most of his childhood portrying? Well, forget him: he my hve commndeered his Americn-style hooligns with n iron hnd, but he ws nothing but pussy-ct next to "Les Cent Gosses" ("The Hundred Brts"). Trying to prove tht The Little Rscls were nstier thn this bnd of genuine "enfnts terribles would be like trying to prove tht Doris Dy is sexier thn Brigette Brdot: only the most dmnt chuvinist would dre deny tht the Americns just cn't cut the mustrd in either cse. Oh, I grnt tht McGuire LOOKED tough, but would he hve hd the courge to led his troops into bttle nked, or suggest tht n enemy prisoner be punished by cutting off his "zee-zee"? The glorious imps of "The Wr of the Buttons" do both in the course of whimsicl pre-pubescent gng-wr, which begins (nd why shouldn't it?) with qurrel between school boys from neighboring French villges over who is leglly entitled to sell the postmn T.B. stmps. The wr opens simply enough with wooden sword nd slingshot scuffle on sndy bttlefield, but it tkes delightful turn when Lebrnd (this is merely guess I could never quite mke out the nme on the soundtrck), the victorious generl, humilites n enemy prisoner by ceremonilly stripping him of his buttons, suspenders, nd, by nturl chin of events, his pnts. Since ccording to the bylws of ny decent gng n insult to one is n insult to ll, the enemy from Velrns, under the ledership of gutsy boy nmed L'Aztec, mbushes Lebrnd nd revenges the indignity in true Old Testment fshion button for button. Ech side now bent on collecting the other's buttons like so mny trophy-heds, the wr stedily escltes until it involves ten-yerold's version of cvlry chrge, nd n eqully juvenile rmored ssult. This splendid little wr hs ll the ccoutrements of its fr dedlier, if no more serious, counterprt: generls (chosen by s meningful system s ny: the commnd post goes to the boy with the longest "zee-zee"), chrges, strtegic retrets, snipers, turncots ( roylist midst Lebrnd's republicns), nd forest hedqurters. And, like their dult counterprts, these miniscule soldiers of fortune muse themselves by singing, smoking, drinking, nd mking n occsionl pss t womn (in this cse, t the little girl who nurses their wounds nd ptches their clothes). Moreover, ech nd every one of them cn outswer the most contumelious Mrine D.I. in the corps. The film is primrily comic, filled with tht whimsicl brnd of humor to which children seem prticulrly suited, but it lso hs its shre of those moments which dults in fteryers cll poignnt, even if they seemed pure hell when they were children: Lebrnd suffering indignity with defince only to brek into ters once he is lone, or turncot's shme t hving to fce the friends he hs betryed. The world of the film is young boy's world, full of imgintion nd plying t mnhood, full of exggerted victories nd unendurble de- The Honest-To-God LAST Word On "Btmn" Well, gleeps. "Btmn" is here. Vriety reports tht its rtings hve been everything ABC hoped for,"with both segments in the top ten. The rdio plys the theme song every time I, t ny rte, turn the dmn thing on. The whole world is tlking bout the show, for wnt (s usul) of nything better to tlk bout. It my be downright impossible to get out publiction nowdys in which "Btmn" is nowhere mentioned directly or even lluded to. Wht more is there to sy? Well, CBS sys the fd won't lst. Let us ' hope tht CBS is right. "Btmn" is "Supermn" (we ll remember the old "Supermn" show SURELY) with everybody winking t you like crzy. The formul is simple: tke the hokiest old Sturdy seril stuff, nd ply it ALMOST stright. Tht is, prody it; except tht, of course, the originl mteril ws rnk self-prody to begin with, which seriously cuts down the re in which the prodist hs to work.. A week-in, week-out prody under such conditions cnnot live by winks lone, nd must rely (becuse lot of its time hs to be spent just telling story, which the udience is supposed to be interested enough to follow) on precisely the sme tstes tht brought the old serils such success: the tstes for mindless, incessnt ction, for hit ' em-over-thehed simplicity in ll mtters rtistic (plot, chrcteriztion, writing, etc.), for new gimmicks (nd gdgets) every week. But ABC could not put, for exmple, shows like "Rmrof the Jungle" or "Supermn" into its crucil Wednesdy-Thursdy 7 : 30 slot. For resons tht re too depressing to go into, it is now populrly considered I I PARAMOUNT News Center foreign publictions << mericn "cmp tt pperbcks controversil mgs 7.m p.m. ED wht? chic, I guess, to tke obvious trsh nd pretend tht it's so bd it's good. This trsh is lbelled "cmp." But "cmp" (except for its extremists) is no good in itself, without the lbel self-consciously ttched to it. Wht "Btmn" does, with ll its sometimes funny but usully feeble prody, is to scrwl "cmp" cross the screen, so tht nobody cn cll the show trsh, or reproch himself for wsting time on it tht he certinly wouldn't wste on "Supermn" or "Rmr of the Jungle." Prody is usully considered (stop me if I'm wrong) rther beyond the intellectul rnge of mss udience, if only becuse it's so hrd to find nything which cn by common consent be clled bd enough^ to deserve being prodied. "Btmn" in cnoes. It will lso provide n opportunity for students to view the construction going on bout the cmpus. "This is lrge nd gret university," n dministrtion spokesmn ws quoted s sying, "nd we know tht the students like it tht wy. We think nothing would plese them more thn being ble to see it grow. We expect this to be our most populr ride." He expressed gret confidence in the students, sying tht, for the most prt, they were good Americns nd would welcome the ddition of n musement prk to the cmpus. Another event expected to drw huge crowds is the shooting gllery, where students will hve the opportunity to tke pot-shots t pictures of seems finlly to hve found something bd enough, nd (wht is perhps more importnt) to hve found something not only bd enough, but possessed of gret, intrinsic populr ppel. "Btmn," fter ll, is not tht much of n exggertion of number of ction shows on the ir tody. But the sme udience tht wtches those shows nd tkes them seriously cn condescend to the kiddie-show thrillers "Btmn" so explicitly derives from. It's fscinting phenomenon, economiclly, sociologiclly, probbly severl other -ly's. At moments, the show is even fun. But it's so dmn cynicl, so expertly clculted, so words fil me. Holy hell, Boy Wonder, holy hell. THE GREATEST SHOW... continued from pge 3 Red Cedr Review LAURENCE TATE their fvorite bd guys. Currently fvored by the dministrtion re : Pul Schiff, the entire Logos stff, the stff of "The Pper," the Zeitgeist stff, nd three communists, s yet unnmed. In order to promote the dvntges of living on cmpus, use of the musement prk fcilities will be restricted to on-cmpus residents. "Students mke mistke when they move off cmpus," he sid. "When they see how much fun oncmpus students re hving, they will wnt to move bck into the dorms." He went on to sy tht the university will hrbor no grudge ginst those who "unwittingly cut themselves off from the fun" nd will gldly ccept them bck into the dorms. could be good literry mgzine. WE HAVE ll the fcilities 35,000 students, money, interested stff, freedom to function in our own wy. WE DON'T HAVE: enough mnuscripts of qulity, or enough interest from the informed portion of this community. WE DON'T WANT to publish for the ske of publishing. Submit poetry, fiction, essys, photogrphs, etc. 201 Morrill Hll Dedline, Mrch 7 fets, brvdo nd ters, nd bove ll, skinned knees nd bloody noses. Only in boy's world would temporry truce be clled to splint the leg or rbbit injured in the chrge. But the world is still run by dults, nd the wr comes to n inglorious finish t the hnds or belts of the villge fthers, nd Lebrnd is forced to flee into the woods to void being sent to bording school. In exile, like Npoleon, living off the lnd, Lebrnd seems to prove tht there is "nothing lonelier thn generl," prticulrly in defet. Mking films bout children is lwys risky ffir; there is lwys the dnger of forcing the children to ct s dults think they should something which no child worth the nme ever does on his own. Most Americn films (with the notble exception of "Lord of the Flies,"which ws independently produced) fll into this trp, but "The Wr of the Buttons," lthough some of the boys re given lines which they deliver with distinct sense of discomfort, generlly remins well within the children's view of themselves. The dubbing on the film is bdly done, so tht much of the dilogue is hrd to mke out, but the children sy so much with their fces lone tht it hrdly counts s loss; in fct, given choice between wtching them or hering them, I'd much rther wtch. SPECIAL SEX-AND-SADISM BENEFIT SHOW This Sturdy night, Februry 12, in Conrd Auditorium, t 6; 25 nd 8 : 30 p.m., the MSU Film Society will show Alin Resnis' "Night nd Fog," hlf-hour documentry bout Auschwitz. (Tht's the sdistic prt.) The proceeds will go to "The Pper." The regulr show, t 7 nd 9 is Ingmr Bergmn's "The Nked Night." (Tht's the sexy prt.) "The Pper" doesn't get the proceeds from tht, but you might s well see both while you're t it. Both these films re msterpieces, of course. We wouldn't be ssocited with them if they weren't. But we thought we'd better try Hrd Sell, just in cse. Plese come. Get your kicks nd help us mke money t the sme time. OK?

6 Deprtment Of Bureucrtic Atrocities 'Yes, Virgini, There Is A University College' The exchnge of letters which follows ws submitted for publiction by Miss Keleher.-- The Editors. Jnury 17, 1966 Der Dr. Come: I red in the Stte News tody tht CLASSIFIEDS get results Coming Events EYEWITNESS in North Vietnm report by Herbert Aptheker, executive director, Americn Institute of Mrxist Studies. (Dr. Aptheker hs recently returned from personl fct-finding visit to the Democrtic Republic of Vietnm.) Union Bllroom, Fri., Feb. 11, 8:30 p.m. Sponsored by MSU Socilist Club nd My 2 Committee. BERGMAN'S GREATEST: "Nked Night." Two showings Sturdy, Feb. 12, t 7 nd 9 p.m. Conrd Hll, 50 cents. Also Alin Resnis' "Night nd Fog," documentry of Auschwitz, 6;25 nd 8:30 p.m., 50 cents (seprte dmission for the benefit of "The Pper"). MSU Film Society. Memberships vilble. A SYMPOSIUM in honor of Negro History Week, Tuesdy, Feb. 15, t 8 p.m. shrp, in Anthony Hll. Spekers will be Milton Rokech, psychology, Seymour Prker, nthropology-socil science, nd Sturt Dunnings, Lnsing ttorney. Stte Sentor Colemn Young will be commenttor. A question nd nswer session will follow. Dniel Wlden will be the chirmn. HOLMES HALL FORUMS Vietnm debte (spekers to be nnounced). Wed., Feb. 16, 8 p.m. Pul Schiff on cdemic freedom, Wed., Feb. 23, 8 p.m. Both in Room 106, Holmes Hll. Wnted WANTED; One or two mle roommtes for new three-bedroom duplex. $50-55/month. Cll Hslett Rod. (If nybody cres, this is where the editors live.) COUPLE with no children would like to rent prtment or house spring term, for round $80 per month. Cll RHYTHM SECTION (pino, bss nd drums) desired by horn mn for summer resort gig. Must be verstile nd experienced. If vilble, plese phone Mrk Gridley, WANTED! Welthy femle to subsidize mle genius. Must be net! Phone For Rent MALE ROOMMATE needed in three-mn luxury prtment for spring term t $60 month. Phone nytime. Service Now, there re bnds on this cmpus tht no high school freshmn would be shmed of. The "news" ppers re full of them. So if you wnt noise, give them ring. If, however, you're interested in sound, fntstic sound, book The Pottions nd live little. For informtion, cll Bob t Personl ATTENTION, GIRLS: Wnt to dte n Ivy Leguer? Our field representtive is completing study of femle dting hbits nd ttitudes on Big Ten cmpuses. Results will be distributed t vrious Estern men's schools, including eight Ivy Legue schools. Mke ppointments t 4 p.m. Fridy in lobby of West Holmes. EGAP Publictions, Cmbridge, Mss. Godot is here. Cll you re in chrge of revising the Socil Science texts, nd I m writing you in the optimistic belief tht this letter will slip pst your deprtment secretries, nd tht you will be t lest csully interested in the rections of one concerned student to the Socil Science bsics. I m junior English mjor nd wived ll three terms of Soc. becuse I'd been scred wy by the typicl University College complints. My suggestions, then, reflect my totl lck of exposure to ny Soc. clsses. But I'm quite fmilir with the solemn group of texts now in use. Wht would hppen, Dr. Come, if you didn't revise those books, but threw them out ltogether? Wht if you bombrded your clsses with the gret welth of ll kinds of mterils vilble on the mmmoth socil problems this monster the 20th century hs chllenged us with? Wouldn't it be exciting to let ll those socil scientists in your deprtment step outside the structure of those sometimes irrelevnt, sometimes pinfully indequte rticles in the present Soc. texts? It hs occurred to me tht the ostensibly exciting concept of University Collee hs become synonymous with mediocrity. In your deprtment, for exmple, the more clever, interested students hve probbly wived the series in order to tke higher-level socil science courses. The group to which the fundmentl concepts in the bsic series is directed re either uninterested or incpble of ssimilting these mtter-of-fctly presented lessons into richer context of rel socil issues. I think you might consider wht will be most worthwhile to this group in jolting them out of indifference, nd, I think, relly benefiting the disciplines of socil science. My suggestion: In three terms, you hve pproximtely 30 weeks. Don't you think it might be exciting to select perhps ten brod res of current, relevnt, yes, even controversil interest nd explore these res in depth? The complexities of contemporry Americ hve provided problems of frightening importnce, which students of ny discipline must be wre of nd ought to be ble to discuss perceptively. Wht bout "The City nd Suburbs"? Life Mgzine did its yerend specil issue on just this problem, nd the implictions re fntstic. (New York City hs provided us with months of discussion on the ironies of mechnized society, vi the Blckout nd trnsit strike.) Wht bout crime nd juvenile delinquency, nd the problem of justice nd police protection for the mss society? Wht bout the socil implictions of modern science? test tube bbies, birth control; they're rel issues. Eduction? Wht is it, nywy, nd wht re we compromising with mss eduction? Is n "A" on n IBM test in the Bsic College indictive of cdemic chievement? Interntionl ffirs? We know wht the UN is but should it be? Wht is interntionl obligtion nd does the U.S. hve n interntionl morl responsibility? Wht cn we sy bout mss culture nd stndrdized vlues in the U.S.? Wht do 6,000 sophomore students think bout socil isoltion nd the recent chrge tht urbn dwellers bndon their individul vlues nd "don't wnt to get involved"? How bout big three weeks on Utopis. (Wht better wy to strt next yer's French techers nd chemists on n explortion of wht society is nd could be?) You cn think of more res of rel, vitl concern to supposedly lert student body. Why not concentrte on mngeble few nd im for progrm, tht provides some experience in reding, thinking, nd questioning criticlly wht the college-educted citizen cn demnd from society nd wht he cn give to it? The texts currently in use by no mens stisfy these demnds, nd however imgintively the progrm is revised, it ppers to me tht ny nthology is still representtive of the editor's/editors' point of view. There re plenty of exciting, pertinent pperbcks vilble, nd every week new worthwhile periodicl rticle somewhere. How bout using specil fetures like the recent report on the Negroes' sitution in Americ published by Presidentil commission? You must hve numbers of specilists in your deprtment who would be eger to pursue their own prticulr field; why not rrnge for floting lecturers within the deprtment to give lrge number of clsses their prticulrly enlightened views on the plight of the poverty-stricken Applchi, nd so on? I'm pleding for two things; First, rel nswer to the question of educting students from every discipline in the vitl re of socil science; nd secondly, cretive pproch to University College eduction t Michign Stte. Tking stnd now ginst structured textbooks nd televised clssrooms mens rel stride forwrd for thoughtful, criticl, self-eduction. A three-week dilogue in bsic socil science course might yield other lterntives, but to me, tht's wht university is ll bout. I will be interested in your committee's response to this chllenge. Sincerely yours, Virgini Keleher Februry 1, 1966 Der Miss Keleher; It ws with much interest tht I red the letter you sent me which mde suggestions for chnges in the topics nd redings in the University College's Socil Science course. I ssure you tht I m more thn csully interested in your rections to our progrm. As you might surmise, course development hs over the yers tken up considerble portion of the time, evergy nd most thoughtful effort of the members of the Socil Science Deprtment. In the process of orgnizing nd presenting the course through redings nd clssroom work, prcticlly ll of your suggestions hve come under considertion, nd some of them hve been given t lest limited ppliction. Renewed ttention to these nd other suggestions is being given currently. It is obvious tht the problem is how to select the best possible pproch out of number of possibilities. To determine wht is "best" requires the estblishment of certin guidelines some of which I cn briefly indicte. To begin with, by the very nture of things, the pproch must be within the frmework of the socil science disciplines. Most certinly socil issues my be insightfully nd intelligently pproched by mulling over the views of novelists, philosophers, theologins, rtists, journlists, nd others. But ll of this does not replce socil science nd its offering which must be the focl study in our course. I would be most interested in wht you understnd socil science to be nd how you think socil science is relted to our present-dy society. I by no mens gined ny cler-cut conceptions of your views on this mtter from your letter. As second guideline, the Deprtment hs over the yers, sought to guge students Interests nd the level of student bility nd hs mde chnges in the course s the student body hs chnged. Methods to lern bout our students hve vried gretly rnging from the most informl, subjective evlutions to crefully designed, comprehensive surveys. Among the severl evlutions of the current Socil Science course ws one bsed on the rections of pilot sections of students who were ssigned the books in mimeogrphed form before they were publishedfor generl use. The topics or issues s well s specific redings were reviewed by students in terms of their interest vlue, significnce in Americn society, their "newness" to the student, the generl redbility of the rticles, nd other bses. In interpreting student - response dt, fctor of importnce is the bckground of the student. Different rections in brod-bsed student body come from different segments of the student popultion. I m, of course, forced to consider your comments in the light of the best judgment I cn mke bout your chrcteristics s student. Aprt from your self-chrcteriztion s "junior English mjor," I would judge tht you re n boveverge student in your own field. Most likely you hve not only been "scred wy" from University College Socil Science, but lso hve miniml trining, if not n bsolute lck, in ny formlly orgnized socil science discipline which mkes use of modern methods, techniques, nd ccumulted knowledge. It is not my judgment from experience tht the "more clever, interested students" who wive University College Socil Science ctully do so "in order to tke exciting, pertincontinuedon pge 8

7 The Morl Vlue Of Fiction: Some Opinions produce more intense feeling of be- tht Mggie t the end behves in ing religiously oriented in the c o s - compulsive nd self-destructive wy. Bernrd J. Pris is n ssocite professor mos, it hs n unquestioned morl My e r l i e r nlyses, I contend, w e r e of English. The pper from which excerpts vlue. The beliefs nd vlues tht it not of Mggie s she is d r m t i c l re reprinted here ws delivered before the r e - e n f o r c e s r e, however, from n ly presented but of the novel's infculty Seminr of the Humnities Reserch ethicl stndpoint, not necessrily terprettion of Mggie's c t s, vlues Center of MSU. The Editors. nd motives. Mggie's neurotic s o l good ones. His encounter with the symbolic ution p r l l e l s the morl posture of My doctorl disserttion, which ws completed in 1958, hs recently been formultions of experience in fiction the novel s whole, nd the novel published, in revised form, under the my, if there is pre-existing h r - suggests in vrious wys tht h e r title " E x p e r i m e n t s in Life: George mony between himself nd the work, stnce is good one; but the Mggie Eliot's Quest for Vlues." My thesis, give n individul g r e t e r sense tht is SHOWN to us continully e s s the bookjcket informs the world, of being t home in the world; but I cpes the judgments nd explntions doubt tht it will chnge his beliefs of the n r r t o r. i s s follows: In effect, the chrcteriztion of " A f t e r her rejection of Christinity o r ffect him s n ethicl being in ny Mggie i s brillint; George Eliot unnd of pntheism, George Eliot hd profound wy. George Eliot's theory of the novel derstnds her perfectly from within. to reconcile the demnd of her C h r i s tin consciousness for guide of s n instrument for the discovery of But her explntions of Mggie's tconduct nd sense of religious o r - enduring morl truths is bsed upon titudes nd behvior r e indequte ienttion in the cosmos with the inter- the ide tht however much men my nd often mistken. This is n r t i s t i c prettion of relity presented by the differ in their theories they r e one flw, for in the gretest rt we exdvnced thought of her dy. In her in their experience. If morl p o s - pect judgment, conscious understndnovels, which she spoke of s ex- t u r e cn be shown to derive from life ing, nd intuitive insight to be joinp e r i m e n t s in life, George Eliot ex- s felt r t h e r thn from life s ed hrmoniously in n orgnic whole. plored nd tested the morl impli- thought it will hve n i m p r e s s i v e The rel trouble with the n r r t i v e ctions of the techings of science clim to vlidity nd will flsh con- technique of Victorin fiction, I m in n effort to discover enduring truths viction upon the world. But experi- tempted to rgue, is tht the uthor which would ennoble humn existence ences of the world differ gretly, s commenttor usully does not know nd replce the outmoded beliefs nd nd we in fct respond strongly to wht he i s tlking bout. Two quite only smll percentge of the works different modes of understnding nd institutions of the p s t. " tht we red. of discourse r e mixed. Although ll t r c e s of my p r o s e F o r George Eliot's theory to hve Well, if I m right bout the novel's lytizing zel hve been crefully expunged from the published text, the vlidity, her experience or t ny posture being neurotic, wht r e the fct i s tht I thought tht George El- r t e the experience presented in h e r implictions of this for the morl iot hd indeed discovered these en- novels would hve to be so univer- vlue of " T h e Mill on the F l o s s "? during t r u t h s nd tht h e r novels were sl s to be for everyone not sim- Not mny months go I felt tht the g r e t becuse they embodied vision ply POSSIBLE, but NECESSARY implictions were quite s e r i o u s. I r of life tht ws t once true nd configurtion of life. Tht the con- gued in n essy on "Vnity F i r " figurtion drmtized in her novels tht the illumintive vlues of tht meningful I ws led wy from George El- ws n e c e s s r y one for George Eliot novel is seriously impired by the i o t ' s theory of fiction not by new I do not doubt; but I, for one, do not bsence in it of non-neurotic vlue criticl thinking so much s by my find in her works n illumintion of system: redings in psychology. I ws r e c e p - how life i s, but only of how it hd to As we hve seen... the novel's... tive to the influence of such w r i t e r s be for certin c h r c t e r s whose c i r motifs re lmost ll neurotic in ncumstnces nd psychologicl struc s Horney, F r o m m nd Mslow, howture. They offer, therefore, neither t u r e s, though they occur frequently e v e r, becuse of certin prior events fundmentl ^insights into humn nin life, r e by no mens universlly in my own history. While I ws workture nd the humn condition nor c h r c t e r i s t i c of humn nture nd helthy vlues. Thckery's concluing on George Eliot, I identified sions bout humn nture re drwn w i t h j i e r position completely nd felt the humn condition. As mtter of exclusively from neurotic chrcters no need--to explin why she believed fct, I now find the ptterns of ex... they hve wide pplicbility, s she did. She sw things s she perience drmtized in George Eliot's but they by no mens do justice to the novels to be neurotic in nture.... did becuse tht is the wy they re! potentilities of the species... FilSince her vlue corresponded to my In n essy published in 1956 nd in ures nd frustrtions re n inesown, I felt tht through her experi- " E x p e r i m e n t s in Life" I rgued tht cpble prt of mn's condition, but Thckery often presents s fundments in life she hd discovered en- the story of Mggie Tulliver i s one of mentl chrcteristics of the humn during morl truths. Then strnge morl eduction, tht Mggie by the lot problems tht re essentilly neuthing hppened. end hs resolved her inner conflicts rotic. nd chieved n dequte philosophy. Completing the disserttion so li hve just completed yet nother I believe wht I sy h e r e to be t r u e, tered my life sitution nd my internl economy tht I begn soon to no- essy on " T h e Mill on the F l o s s ' in not only of "Vnity F i r, " but, with tice growing coolness in myself t o - which I rgue tht Mggie's is the pproprite djustments of gret wrd George Eliot's vlues. I ws story of neurotic development nd mny novels. Wht I now question is quite bewildered by this phenomenon until I red, in 1960, Kren Horney's " O u r Inner Conflicts," which rgued tht certin defensive s t r t e g i e s r e invribly ccompnied by certin Is there plce in Americ tody vlue s y s t e m s nd tht, s one's psychologicl orienttion chnges, so do for the smll businessmn? one's beliefs. After I becme wre of some of the forces tht hd been responsible for my own enthusistic response to George Eliot's ttitudes, I begn to wonder why she hd dopted them herself. I hve drwn number of conclusions from this experience. During the period of my enthusism I felt tht my study of George Eliot hd mde gret difference to my morl life, nd hence I ws redy to p r o clim tht " t h e novel, rightly red, cn be n importnt source of insight nd guidnce to twentieth century mn in his quest for v l u e s, " tht the novel " c n led to vision of the dignity nd purpose of life which will stisfy the individul's demnd for morl reltion to the world!" I now believe tht men r e, for the most p r t, psychologiclly p r e d i s posed to certin ttitudes, vlues, nd beliefs. When they encounter e t The P p e r " is sold ech week t: works of fiction in which their sense of the world i s m o r e fully nd subtmsu Union P r m o u n t News Student Book ly rticulted they hve sense of Interntionl Center Mrshll Music Bigson's Book being profoundly influenced nd of Berkey Disc Shop The Questing Best their lives being mde more meningbessey Cmpus Drug Sprtn Book ful. Insofr s fiction cn in this wy Cmpus Book By BERNARD J- PARIS my conclusion tht the illumintive vlue of the novel i s seriously impired becuse it contins no helthy norms.... P e r h p s few e x c e r p t s from n exchnge of l e t t e r s on this i s s u e between myself nd J. Hillis Miller will clrify my c u r r e n t thinking. Miller objected to my complint tht in " V n i t y F i r " (nd I would sy the s m e thing bout " T h e Mill on the F l o s s " ) neurotic problems r e p r e sented s though they w e r e existentil p r o b l e m s : Aren't they? Aren't neurotics humn beings too nd don't their experiences hve certin bsolute vlidity nd uthenticitv? Doesn't giving them the nsty nme of "neurotic" tke wy their uthenticity, however highly you my prise Thckery's portryl of such neurotics, nd reduce them to trivility? Who wnts to tke seriously the experience of NEUROTICS? This is relted of course to my principl objection not only to psychologicl criticism but to every other kind of criticism which "explins" work of literture in terms of some other system of thought, religious, philosophicl, psychologicl, socil, or whtever. To explin it in this wy is to explin it wy, to dissolve it into n exmple or proof or symptom of something lrger nd more importnt tht itself. If I believed in your nlysis of Thckery I should go to Kren Horney nd be prepred to ccept her s gret sge, but I should dismiss Thckery, in spite of ll you sy bout his genius, etc., s "crzy, mixed - up, confused, neurotic." I cn't, myself, see tht work of literture hs vlue unless it hs bsolute vlue, vlue entirely in itself s the expression of certin experience of existence, irreplceble, unique, nd not s proof tht some other system of thought is the correct one. After cogitting for severl months, I mnged to mke the following r e ply: Clerly, I must find term to replce "neurotic", word tht hs curse upon it tht mkes it unfit for resoned discourse... As for the Horneyn pproch, I find it very exciting nd m convinced of its vlidity... But I no longer give s much importnce to the helth or sickness of the vlue systems nd experiences of life embodied in works of fiction s I did when I wrote the Thckery piece. In their sphere Horney nd Mslow re fr greter sges thn Thckery, nd insofr s Thckery ventures into their sphere it is pproprite to judge him in their terms. But Thckery's or ny good novelist's chief gift is fr other thn tht of the psychologist, nd his work hs vlue.,. nd vlidity tht is in no wy ffected by his neurosis nd his philosophic filures. Perhps I cn illustrte wh't I men by reference to work tht I m doing on Dostoevsky... "Notes from Underground" is bout neurotic. The protgonist's ttitudes, beliefs, vlues, etc., re not worth dmn when considered normtively (nd I believe tht it is possible so to consider them, though the vlidity of the norms cnnot be conclusively estblished). This is no wekness in the work... for the work is bout the chrcter nothing more nd it is perfectly coherent nd intelligible when we red it properly. The work hs cognitive vlue s t* the expression of certin experience of existence," vlue tht is not diminished by the fct tht the experience is neurotic one. Horney understnds ll bout this experience in wys tht Dostoevsky does not. It is fortunte for the work tht Dostoevsky keeps his mouth shut nd does not try to interpret or judge his chrcter. Yet Dostoevsky clerly understnds his chrcter perfectly intuitively, continued on pge 8

8 8 <( The Pper," Est Lnsing, Michign, Februry 10, 1966 News Story By NOEL HORNBECK Clling severl Democrtic nd Republicn leders "filthy politicl prostitutes," John Crter, of the ntionl Conservtive movement, sid tht the checks-nd-blnces system in the United Sttes hs been "virtully destroyed/' Crter, whose speech t Jck Tr Hotel luncheon ws "sponsored by the Conservtive Federtion," compred Nzi Germny of the 1930's with the United Sttes of the 1960's in its street demonstrtions nd destruction of locl government. He sid tht government power centrlized in Wshington will eventully cuse children to be rised in police stte. Discussing third-prty problems in guberntoril rces, he sid tht in his home stte of Virgini, Republicn nd Democrtic pltforms were lmost identicl. Only conservtives seemed willing to tke controversil stnds, ccording to Crter, who rn for ttorney-generl of Virgini in Virgini's Conservtive prty strted with no funds, loose orgniztion nd 800 enthusistic people t its first rlly in high school uditorium, he sid. Cmpign funds were rised by mens of $10--plte dinner ttended by 500 people, ccording to Crter. Mills E. Godwin, Democrt, won the governorship by plurlity. Conservtives took 15 per cent of the stte's vote, ccording to Crter. Conservtive losses were heviest in the welthiest res of Virgini, Crter sid, due to substitution of money s vlue rther thn ptriotism. John Crter is on the city council of Dnsville, Virgini, nd is n ttorney. He hs been pst generl chirmn of the Ntionl Conservtive Council nd President o the Virgini Conservtive council. Morl Vlue continued from pge 7 from the inside nd presents portrit tht could never be replced by cse history or n bstrct nlysis. Dcwtoevsky nd Horney come t the sme rnge of experience from quite different directions, nd ech gives us possession of the experience tht cnnot come from the other. The rtist gets into trouble, s Thckery does, when he interprets, The Secret Life Of J. Alfred Mitty The couple stood there, wshed in the glow of the setting sun. Their bodies were frmed by the red nd white gs sttion with the big sign tht sid: "We Clen the Tiger Hirs Out of Your Tnk." "You're chrming, beutiful, intelligent, nd hve wonderful personlity," he sid, t the sme time thinking: "I'd like to go to bed with you." "You'd like to go to bed with me, you men," she sid. "Why no! Wht ever gve you tht idel" "You men you don't wnt to go to bed with me?" "No, why should I?" "You must be sick. See you lter, Chrlie." She trotted pertly down the street, leving him lone. "I've got problems," he thought. "I should go see my cdemic dvisor." "You should go see your cdemic dvisor," sid the dirty little old mn who ws stnding behind him ll the while. Our Hero thnked the dirty little old mn for his concern nd then kicked his teeth down his throt for evesdropping. Being home economics mjor, our Hero's hd n dvisor with n office in the Chemistry Building becuse such loction ws brillintly illogicl. "You're student t Michign Stte University/ his dvisor sid. "No students of ny other university cn mke tht sttement. Think bout tht. You my go now." He went. Bright visions of the Ultimte Truth dnced like sugrplums in his hed. "Wht's sugr plum?" sked his roommte. "How the hell should I know?" And they ll lived hppily ever fter. I think I'm going to be sick. i < Night nd Fog' 6:25 nd 8:30 Sturdy, Conrd Hll JIM DE FOREST 1< 50<f ech showing Nked Night" 7 nd 9 judges, nd generlizes bout the experience tht it is his gret gift to grsp intuitively nd present drmticlly. There is no reson why the rtist should be wise or helthy, nd the vlue of his work is not primrily dependent upon its wisdom or helth. The gret illumintive vlue of fiction is tht it enbles us to contemplte certin configurtions of experience (the forms of certin feelings, s Suznne Lnger would sy) nd it lets us know wht it is like subjectively to hve certin sense of the world. It helps us to grsp from within phenomen tht philosophy, socil science nd ethics tret objectively nd ctegoriclly. To sk the novelist to provide helthy vlues or fundmentl insights into humn nture nd the humn condition is to sk him to go beyond his gift. I do not regret the bsence of morl norms in modern fiction, for I do not sk the novelist to be n ethicl guide nd I hve no reson to trust his vlues ny more thn I trust those of his chrcters. ent, higher - level socil science courses." Rther they tend to elborte pproches to socil issues from their own disciplines, being pprently unwilling to embrk upon the lbor or to ccept the disturbing consequences of different conceptul nlysis. While this does not dd to the bility of such students to criticilly nlyze the pproch of socil science, it does present problem with which I m much concerned. And I pprecite your letter s cler-cut exmple of the problem. A number of persons shre my concern nd re seriously considering methods of furthering the flexibility in the Socil Science course in order to meet the differing bilities, needs, nd interests mong our students. Among the other guidelines for course development is the fct of rpidly chnging society which hs n impct on the criticl, socil issues round which the course is focused. The trouble with "VnityFir" nd "The Mill on the Floss" is not tht they contin no helthy solutions; it is rther tht they mix esthetic presenttion with discursive nlysis. This impirs their rtistic integrity, especilly since the discursive nlysis is indequte to nd often in conflict with their intuitive grsp of experience. George Eliot's experiments in life do present enduring truths in tht they re permnent jyicurreplcble symbolic formultions of certin sense of the world but they re not the truths for which she ws serching. The preceding reflections begn, you my recll, with the question: if I m right bout the novel's posture being neurotic, wht re the implictions of this for the morl vlue of '-'The Mill on the Floss." I wrote to Hillis Miller tht "even though I no longer go to George El - iot s gret sge, I still vlue her highly nd go to her s gret rtist who gives me kind of knowledge tht I find nowhere else of * certin experience of existence*. >» Yes, Virgini, continued from pge 6 Also the chnging structure of the University, in terms of the number of students, size of clsses, orgniztion of new colleges nd specil schools, ffect every individul course, especilly those courses offered to cross-section of the student body. I hve written s extensively s I hve to give some indiction of the scope of the problem which is fced in orgnizing socil science course in generl eduction open to ll students. It is more thn possible tht you well relize wht tht scope is nd hve offered your serious thoughts upon it. The members of the Deprtment of which I m member lso recognize the extent of the responsibility. If you hve other thoughts to shre or ny ides you should like to discuss with me, I should be hppy to mke n ppointment with you for ny time which is mutully suitble. Sincerely yours, Donld R. Come Professor, Deprtment of Socil Science

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