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Maddox Resists Rights Law Hippler Gets
Clases Atlanta Restaurant Silver Prize
By ROBERT JOHNSTON stitutionality; An injunction was
Special To The Daily also issued by the tribunal calling
Ffor the 'integration to begin Aug.
ATLANTA-Lester Maddox, one 1. Supreme Cour't Justice Hugo Robert Hippler, '66, is the 1964
of Georgia's most outspoken seg- Black ruled on Aug. 10 that the 64
regationists, has closed his Pick- injunction should be enforced recipient of the Alice Bogdonoff
rick Cafeteria rather than comply while appeals were pending. Silver Editorial Award, an annual
with a court order to serve Rolleston quickly complied with grant of $100, the Board in Con-
Negroes. the integration order, but Maddox trol of Student Publications an-
But he is now in a new business and a large crowd of white cus- nounced. Wii
of sorts at sidewalk tables in front tomers wielding the familiar ax ipper is an assistant
of the cafeteria. "Maddox drum- handles turned away several night editor on The Daily.
sticks," autographed axhhandles groups of Negroes the next day. The Silver Award is supported
syblzn i as-ic eit One group was,:also persuaded to
ance to integration, are reported leave by one of the cafeteria's by gifts from Dr. and Mrs. Samuel,
to be in brisk demand. Also avail- Negro cooks. On Aug. 12, Maddox Bogdonoff in mermory of their
able at the restauranteur's new was ordered to show cause why he daughter, Alice Bogdonoff Silver.
business counters are American should not - be held .in contempt of Mrs. -Silver, an associate editorial
flags and "patriotic" literature. court, and shortly after he closed director of The Daily ten years
Maddox has said he will serve the cafeteria, after a long, tearful ago, died after a long illness in
anyone at the concession. speech thanking the white crowd 1956.
A three-judge federal court for its continued support.
ruled in Atlanta late in July that Maddox set up- his sidewalk busi- The award is given to the per-
the public accommodations section ness later in the afternoon. Be- son who "has most notably, and
of the new civil rights bill was cause of the closing the contempt consistently manifested qualities
constitutional and that Maddox of court citation has not been of courage, .responsibility, thor-
and Morton Rolleston, a local pressed. Both the cafeteria and oughness, maturity of interpreta-
motel operator, must integrate motel cases will be taken up by tiori, and concern for justice and
their businesses. Rolleston had the Supreme Court in its regular democratic ideals in editorials and
filed suit contesting the law's con- fall session. interpretive' writing."

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JENSEN:
'13ureaucracy Impedes
Educational Poges

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The growing bureaucracy in
American educational organization
tends 'to block the removal of ob-
solete practices, Prof. Gale Jen-
sen of the education school claims.
"The prevalent forms of educa-
tional bureaucracy offer little hope'
for removing obsolescence and in-
creasing productivity," Prof. Jen-
sen says.
"Rather, with increasing size,
the security problems of internal
control and external' adjustment
become greater," he says.
"This results in more resources
of the organization having to be
allocated to the creation and main-
tenance of new roles primarily{
concerned with governmental and
security matters -'for example,'
personnel officers, assistant and
associate superintendents a n d
deans, vice - presidents, business'
managers, assistant principals and
legal specialists.
"Under this kind of bureau-
cratic organization, the more com-
petent teachers become and the
more desirous they are to removel
obsolescence in educational orga-
nization, the more frustrated they
will become."
Prof. Jensen says teachers have
.several alternatives. They can quit,

'Ensiau Plans
To Rearrange
Sections in '65

visions ofI
a bylawc
"and the A
But the c

as many do each year. They can registra
become administrators and devotf until th
their time to security and admin- at the a
clares.
istrative matters. Or they can The f
"join the union and become in- Univers:
volved in a tug-of-war over salar- tions. A
ies, job security and working con- student
'statemer
ditions." my coml

The 1965 Michiganensian will
feature pictures of graduating
students within the sections de-
voted to the vaiious schools and
colleges,. 'Ensian Editor Robert!
Shenkin said Wednesday night.
Last year graduates' pictures
were all placed together in the
224-page book's final' section.
"We think there is a coinci-
dence of interest between the sen-
ior graduating from a school and'
the school itself," Shenkin said.
Shenkin also pointed out that
any student receiving any degree
from the University can have his
picture in the 'Ensian. Senior pic-
tures will be taken at the Student
Publications Bldg. for a three-
week period beginning Sept. 2.

aents wno fai to sign it, william
J. Perigo, assistant to the director
of student activities and organi-
zations, said Wednesday.
Perigo said that Sanford Secur-
ity Service officers were used to
distribute and collect the cards
simply because there was .a short-
age of personnel at his office and,
use of the officers was the only
way the cards could be used at all.
He mentioned that the psycho-
logical value of the police, officers
probably aided in the almost uni-
versal signing of the cards.
The 'cards were first used sev-
eral' years ago and then discon-
tinued because they had caused
several "bottlenecks" in the regis-
tration lines. Perigo said they were
reinstated because students had
lately been ignoring the more nor-
mal signs during their trip
through Waterman Gym.

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