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CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1951
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A distinguished company of I shaped corridor. The dedicatory
judges, lawyers, and teachers of
law from this and otner states
gathered here yesterday to help
the University dedicate the hand
some new addition to its 106-year-old
Law School and to pay
tribute to its outstanding record
The new building doubles the
physical facilities of the present
Law School, Manning Hall; to
which it is connected by an H-
pro?ram presided over by. Chan
cellor XV. 3. xXuvtSC, Y cio
the spacious courtroom of the new
building and topped the day's
events which were concluded late
yesterday afternoon with a re
ception and open house following
the Caroina -Tennessee football
The Dean of another outstand
ing law school, Dr. F. D. G. Rib
ble of the University of Virginia
Umaue Stack Svsfem Usl!
A "self-service" stack system, unique among legal institutions
throughout the country, will be inaugurated in the future in'thet
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I who gave y i auimcoj,
told the t of the
held in.1, legal tstsf..- Mumi.m guests
that law" . , ' ! "ilar re
sponsibl : ' :e hu
man rf . . ; : I work.
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Lauricel la Paces TD Parade;
Scores Two, Thtows Another
by Bill Peacock
Hank Lauricella yesterday gave the finest exhibition of
triple threat tailback play seen in Kenan Stadium since the
long-gone days of Charlie Justice as Tennessee, the nation's
finest team, roll! to an easy 27-0 victory over Carolina before
41,000 fans.' " y- --rzz
The victory was the sixth in a row for the Vols this year and
their 16th straight since losing to Mississippi State last year.
Their convincing show of po.wer before the top writers in the
country will certainly keep them in the Number One spot.
jauriceua, a lou-pouna senior
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Sit- In Card Section
Four allegro law students al-
on. r football
School library. ' ' UV Solvit dol
. law students have much freedom rs. tho pioriicrn.t hi L fi;Vrt:?'iV rtviivinc
our staff is enlarged, we wial allow tl.ila absolute -fes-J :' r i v0ifhole
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game yesterday using
; . WrT xh' .fconi he student passbooks issued
"several weeks ago by Chancellor
R. Bi House.
They saijn the student card
section secc ,rpw from the
No" troubleieveloped even
though thev students were sep-
from New Orleans, scored twice,
one on a one-yard line buck and
anther on a 27 -yard run wide
rirst fiowns . ... 13
Pushing Yardage (Net) 280
Vising Yardage (Net) 90s
I5ses , Attempted .. 9 .
Passes Completed 4
Passes Intercepted by 0
Pvnting Average 32.9
jf mirbl-s Lost .....J..... 1
Yard- PemJized 45
aroni Ii;rtt and. anJ n$zed
P.G-yard scoiltig c Beit iXech'
ichJr. In addition, he tossed a 28-
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