Interview with Judge Charles Clark
QUESTION 34
INTERVIEWER:

DID HE SAY, I'M DOING SOMETHING OR DID HE HAVE ANY COMMENTS ABOUT IT?

Judge Charles Clark:

Uh, I urged him at that time, and strictly as a citizen not as his lawyer to consider getting on the radio and the television and broadcasting to the state uh to stay calm, to realize that the federal government was a superior physical force and that they had the power to put anybody in the university on the university campus if they wished to and they would be foolish to resist and people should not take the law into their hands. And I can recall that the Governor at least entertained my arguments but uh, he never did so; or not immediately.