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Justice Makes NEA
Charlie "Choo-Chop" Justice was
named on the second string All
American backfield, along with
Tucker of Army, Wedemeyer of St.
Mary's and Scott of Arkansas, ac
cording to an announcement yester
day from the NEA service in New
The selections were 'made in a
nation-wide - poll of coaches and
writers taken by NEA.
FORMER EDITORS HOMECOMING
The DTH staff is happy to welcome
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WILL THE PERSON -WHO BY MIS
. take took black velvet wrap with
long sleeves instead of black cape,
white-line'd,, please contact Jo Pugh
at 205 Carr Dorm. (2-0000)
back to Chapel Hill, N for this week-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
PAIR GERMAN NAVAL GLASSES
12 power, black, with rubber eye
piece covers. Left on counter in
Scuttlebutt immediately after Duke
game.. Finder please return to Mrs.
Burton, Central Records Office,
South Building. ' (1-7305)
Durham Optical Co.
215 W. Main St.
Phone F-2141 Durham
Complete Stock of Classical & Popular Music VM AS at AB?S BOOKSHOP
end, several former publications ed
itors, including, DTH Managing Edi
tor, 1942, Bob Hoke; Associate DTH
Editor and Carolina Magazine Edi
tor, 1942. Sylvan Meyer; DTH Man
aging Editor, 1943, Ernie Frankel;
and last year's DTH Managing Editor,
BROWN FUR JACKET WITH
' Brandes-Atlanta label inside, Wool
r len gym cloak room Friday night.
If found please call Nancy Hoff
man 7061. (1-7304)
WANTED TO RENT
$50 REWARD FOR INFORMATION
leading to rental of apartment ac
ceptable to student veteran and
wife. Occupancy now or Jan. 1. No
children or pets. Write Box 10,000,
c-o Daily Tar Heel. (1-7300)
FOR A BITE OR BANQUET
The Finest steaks at all times
Open 7 days a week
Reservations for private and fraternity parties
1002 W. Main St. Durham Dial R-5951
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"I've waited 50 years for this,"
United States comptroller general
Lindsay Warren said as he clapped
Gardner on the back in the after
game celebration. Warren, whom
Gardner described jokingly as "the
only man sure to be in office for" the
jr v 0 ears." merged with the mob
leaving the stadium as "Tom Pearsall,
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expecieu to ue iieitu speaker ui uie
North, Carolina general assembly,
called a welcome to the Gardners.
Governor and Mrs. Gregg Cherry
could be seen working their way
through the after game crowd. For
mer governor Clyde Hoey described
it as "a great game."
Former Governor J. Melville Brou
ghton, supreme court justice W. A.
Devan; state treasurer Charles N.
Johnson; Judge Crawford Biggs, for
mer United States solicitor general;
Congressman Herbert Bonner; ex- j
governor J. C. B. Ehringhaus; super
intendent of public instruction Clyde j
Erwin, and Commissioner of Revenue
Edwin Gill, were among the promin-1
ent North Carolinians who joined the
throng of 45,000 leaving Kenan stad
ium after Carolina's biggest victory
in a season of big victories. j
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' Main and Mangum Sts.
DURHAM. N. C.
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