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THE TAR HEEL
Roomed with Brown
I;::; Edwards, member of the Uni
r of North Carolina football
",;-.--.ir. staff, once was an assistant
j, pa-;! Brown, the famous pro coach, j
r:ward.-i attended Ohio State briefly j
r ... 4 - TI':4.i-l I
Thursday, Auj?uat 12, 1954
i. : r- he was an all-star lineman, and
f .' .' Brown first then.
Lackey Junior Assistant
I.'k Lackey, University of North
arol:r.a All-State football player last j
.a.- and one of the nation's best!
: .- s with a 43.4 average, ha3 been
a;.r.oir.ted a junior assistant coach;
r'.-r for this fall. I
he University of North Carolina'3
'coming football game thi3 fall
be with the University of South
o.ir.a on Nov. C. The Gamecocks, '
of the Atlantic Coast Confer-!
strongest team3, defeated the'
I !':.-: 18-0 last year. J
'any football fans in this area
made plans to attend the North
.ii.-a-Maryland game at College
--, Md., on Oct. 16 and stay over
't the Redskins play on Sunday j
-pecial "Charlie Justice Day."
: i.rs are now being accepted for
.i to individual games on the
'trsity of North Carolina's home
hall schedule from both alumni
the general public. The Tar
Is season opener is with N. C.
:e here Sept. 25.
The University of North Carolina'
wo biggest ground gainers last year
-len Keller (422) and Connie Gravitte
-'-') w ill be back with the Tar Heels
-hen they begin pre-season football
raetice on Sept. 1.
North Carolina's Tar Heels totalled
:t-:r most net rushing yardage last
:ar against Virginia, 333. They won
Next best rushing day was
"st Tennessee, 243. The Vols won
Carolina's Fight Song
The University of North Carolina's
"fight song" was written by Kay
-S-yser, tne celebrated band leader and
entertainer. Kyser is an alumnus and
:-:-rrr.er cheerleader, who makes his
.tome here now in semi-retirement.
First Local Showing
When N. C. State plays the Uni
versity of North Carolina here Sept.
it will be the first North Carolina
appearance of the Wolfpack u'ider the
direction of new coach Earle Ed
wards. The Wolves open the season
:r.e week before against Virginia Tech
First Since 1942
North Carolina's football game with
Tulane at New Orleans on Oct 2 will
m the first to be played between the
two teams since 1942 when the Green
'ave beat the Tar HeeK 29-14.
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WILMINGTON, N. C. $3.60 DALLAS, TEXAS .$24.90
4 trips, 2 thru-liner 7 trips, only 1 change
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6 trips, 4 thru-liner 8 departures daily
CHARLOTTE, N. C. $3.60 ATLANTA, GA $ 8.20
12 departure daily 5 trips daily
(plus tax) (piU3 tax)
Union Bus Terminal
311 W. Franklin
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