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THE DAILY TAR HEEL,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1951
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?The official newspaper of the Publi
cations Board of the University of
l$3rth Carolina at Chapel Hill where
it is published daily at the Colonial
P-esa, Inc., except Monday's examina
2 and vacation periods and during
tne official summer terms. Entered as
second class matter at the Post Office
of Chapel Hill, N. C, under the act of
March 3, 1879. Subscription rates :
mailed $4.00 per year, $1.50 per quar
ter; delivered $6.00 per year and $2.23
by Harry Snook
Jiusmeas Manager Oliver Watkins
Business Office Manager ..Jim Schenck
Society Editor ; Mary Nell Boddie
Sports Editor . Bill Peacock
Subscription Manager Chase Ambler
Associate Editors Al Perry,
Feature-Editor t Walt Dear
Advertising Manager....:...Marie Costello
News Editor ......David Buckner
News Staff Thomas McDonald, Barbara Sue Twttle, Clinton Andrews.
June Pearson, Thomas Long, Virginia Hatcher, Betty Kirby, Jody Levey,
Gayle Ruff in, Sandy Klostermever, David Rowe,Marion Benfield, Jim Oglesby,
Joe Raft, Emmett Nesbit. Betty Ahern, Wood Smethurst, Trueman Hon, Sue
Bttrress,BiH Scarborough, Bafty Dunlop, Jerry Reece, David Buckner, Varty
fTdckalew, Punchy Grimes, Bob Wilson, Jim Nichols, Paul Barwick, Bob Pace.
Se of of Than ksgivin g
Next week this community will celebrate Thanksgiving.
Students will celebrate the national holiday by beginning the
Weekend exodus a day or so early, hi-tailing it for home and
Horn's Thanksgiving dinner on Wednesday.
Townspeople will move quietly up the streets, rich with
tradition and so many past Thanksgivings, to enter houses of
worship for their private giving of thanks.
' We have suggestion to the residents of Chapel Hill and to
the students who make their homes within the boundaries of
the village. Those of us who are healthy may be first thankful
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Christmas Seal drive will begin
Cppropriately during Thanksgiving week. On Monday, stu
ents and townspeople will receive letters from the chairman
til the seal sales asking for contributions. At the same time,
some citizens will receive Health Bonds. No obligation is in
curred in the use of these seals, but the moral obligation of
continuing research in battle against this greatest killer.
kills someone each 13 minutes. It kills more
people than all other communicable diseases put together.
There were six deaths in this county last year from TB. We
who have escaped this blight may truly be thankful,. and may
show our thanks in the most positive way.
It Is beyond question that expediency can never conflict
with honor . . . Cicero.
The people are ignorant, and
lazy in their ignorance. And
they are cowards.
Grave ills threaten our world
and the people run away, from
the ' problem of curing them.
They don't know what to do
and they do nothing.
To excuse their preoccupation
in doing nothing, they have de
vised a self-deception of "looking
for . the silver lining," an old
variation of the rainbow with
the. mythical pot of gold at the
end. To defend their cowardice,
they bitterly protest any oppo
sition to their faith that every
thing will automatically turn
out all right in the long run.
Some have sold humanity
down the river in selfish antici
pation of a heavenly berth in a
fabulous after-life. Most have be
trayed themselves by stubbornly
disclaiming their responsibility
for the world which they still
command but barely
Everywhere a great inertia
makes the people unyielding to
the growth of truth and justice
as attainable goals.
Living by the clock buying
groceries, building houses, drink
ing liquor, paying taxes, whor
ing, adding life insurance, exist
ing by a mechanical schedule of
thinking, loving, working, dying
unaware that it is a time
Mass escape corrupt poli
tics, the greed of man, the war
dead, more dead from the crush
of the very machines they
built, the 100-mile an hour rush
toward an eluding joy, loose
morals, scandalous injustices,
bribes, . thefts, murders, sex de
pravities, dope, Communism
The mass delusion people
knowing nothing, learning noth
ing, thinking nothing, saying
nothing, doing nothing with
the dim awareness that some
thing is wrong.
Declarations of truth and pur
pose the education of automa
tons, the superstitions of a
thousand worn-out religions, the
embalming of the liberal spirit,
sex and politics subordinated to,
the unspeakable extremes, Ci
cero riots while the world is
Human relations are a thou
sand years behind technology
that can wipe out humanity
with frightening swiftness by
careless handling or accidental
triggering. And the people have
quit, following the discouraged
realists and the disillusioned
dreamers to their drugged
The double.. double-cross. The
peorle. drown out hope with
their wounded cry. Since we
PHILIP MORRIS cigarettes go to Tommy Sumner for winning
this contest yesterday.
Answering Mr. Snook would
make me a daily contributor so
instead of that and to spare your
readers may I say;
I do not know yon Mr. Snook.
Some day Yd like to tk a
Yotms views and sunt so oft
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I will try io txmtee an attempt
to answer tha QestioEi -!Wfeat
does it take for Carolina to have
a vfirming f ootbfcll team?" made
by Hay Snook ia. Nov, 13 Tar
For over five games the Caro
lina team "km had a losing
streak. This team eant hold the
passes; or they dont time the
running so as to get over the op
ponent's line at the same time
the ball is hurled to them; or
they have . better fmgers; or
perhaps they do need a bucket
to catch the ball. Evidently a
lack of team . work. Everybody
is playing for their pwnself, for
their own glory. So they think.
I suggest that instead of going
for such a hard ssport that takes
real men with guts to fight, dig
and win a game,' they should go
for ballet dancing or swimming.
These sports . can't do . them
harm; but please, leave the real
sport, the fighting sport,- as foot-
ball is, to real He-men.-So, take
notice, girls, of the football
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cannot save the world from our
own ignorance, they scream,
let's eat, drink and be merry
while we wait for the end of
this life or the beginning of the
And, add the. multitudes, let's
not be tricked by the fools who
would have us worry and work
to save ourselves vhen we al
ready know we are doomed.
FROM THE DAILY ILLINI
One of the special events of
a recent pep rally at Ohio State
University, was an ice sitting
contest. The person who was
able to sit on a cake of ice the
longest received a prize.
Singapore Seven bananas
and nine pieces of communist
literature sent Wong Tai Kock
to jail for three years. Wong
was charged with using the ba
nanas as paste to put up posters
containing communist slogans on
FROM THE DAILY ILLINI
A young fellow dropped into
the recruiting office here and
got a glowing picture of navy
life: no drilling, good food, a
chance to get a good education.
Later the prospect disclosed he
was a navy man who finished
boot camp. (Poor fellow).
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