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Tuesday, February 7,
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Strike: Students And Union Vs. 'Scabs9 And KKK "
he said. Garner works at the V&iie as Ptent of Cone
Another but out-of-uniform Klan security guard
there was Maj. C. A. LunsfoV. from "parts unknown,
Continued from Pg. 1
"scab, scab" drowned out the shouts of "nigger,
At 10 p.m., Union organizer Peter Brandon, who
spoke to students here last week, was arrested on
who explained that "our pain purpose in being here charges of obstructing traffic as he refused to back
is to see if we see any potential trouble makers. We
already know of one who is here."
"Our whole purpose is to help preserve law and
order," Garner said further.
Shortly afterward the students and workers be
gan their picketing 0f the White Oaks Plant. Most of
up out of the center of the street during an argument
with a police captain over a car's violating the 15
second grace period for letting picketers out of its
Ten minutes later UNC student William H.
Towe, 33, of 124 Daniels Rd., was arrested on a sim-
them gathered at the 12th Street entrance to the plant ilar charge at another gate. He was released on bond.
and marched around in a circular formation. At 10:36, a blue Mustang screeched to a stop in
Spectators gathered across the street, heckled the front of the picket line and roared. The driver raced
picketers, and distributed Klan literature and appli- his engine and then got out.
cation blanks. "If you don't get the hell out of my way, I'm gon-
One of the Carolina students shouted back to a na run over you," he shouted.
Klansman waving a Confederate flag: "Hey, buddy, The police captain made him get back in the car
why don't you quit wasting your time waving that
flag and come over here and march with us?"
"I would be marching if there weren't any nig
gers over there," the guy yelled back.
Then a Negro student hollered from the picket
line: "Don't worry boys, I'm the spy from the Klan."
and forced a passage for him through the picketers'
ranks. "Scab," they yelled. "Scab, scab, scab."
At 11 the shift change was over and closing hours
were nearing for the. coeds involved. The line dissi
pated. So did the hecklers.
But in Y Court Monday there was another magic-
Everybody laughed. But they stoppecd suddenly marker sign: "7 Cone plants on strike. Student 3 oth-
when one of the hecklers screamed, "Wait, till you ers arrested. Picket with us today in Greensboro,
get home tonight and see who's at your door." Leave from Y Court 12: 30 and 8: 30."
And tomorrow they'll go again.'
THE HECKLING continued throughout the night. "I hope you students will benefit from the things
It changed direction, though, whenever a car vnn'11 learn nn this nicket line during the next two lowing a major shift change.
would barge through the picket line and the shouts of or three days," the guy had said at the union hall. DTH photos by Jock Lauterer
"AND THIS is tie way it's
gonna be tonight . . ." south
ern director for the Textile
Workers Union of America,
Scott Hoy man, bellowed at
striking workers Sunday night
in Greensboro. "Cone Mills
workers are gonna close down
the mill!" At the meeting at
tended by some 200 students,
(60 from UNC), Hoyman thank
ed the students for taking in
terest, "in the vital socio-economic
problems of the South."
Students manned picket lines
into the night until 11 p.m. fol-
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Dooley Lands Top Player
Quarterback Johnny Swof
ford, who threw 28 touchdown
passes in his last 15 games
for Wilkes-Central High, has
signed a football grant-in-aid
with the University of North
Tar Heel Head Coach Bill
Dooley announced the signing
at Swofford's home Monday
night, ending a spirited re
cruiting battle which has seen
Swofford receive scholarship
offers from many of the na
tion's major football teams.
"I'm very proud that John
has decided to continue his ed
ucation and athletic endeavor
at Carolina," Dooley said.
Still No. 2
1. UCLA 17-0
2. NORTH CAROLINA 14-1
3. Louisville . 18-2
4. Princeton 17-1
5. Houston 15-2
6. Western Kentucky 16-1
7. Kansas 13-3
8. Texas Western 15-3
9. Providence 13-3
10. Boston College 12-1
"He's an outstanding young
In his three years at Wilkes
Central High, Swofford helped
his team compile a record ol
23 wins against only six loss
es and two ties.
The 5-10, 184-pound speed
ster was sidelined by an in
jury half of his senior sea
son last fall, but threw seven
touchdown passes and scored
four times himself. In his jun
ior year, he picked up 1,919
yards, throwing 19 touchdown
passes as Wilkes-Central won
nine and lost two and swept
the Northwestern Conference
championship. He was a de
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Swofford was picked over
Durham's Brad Evans and
Sylva's Tommy Love as the
starting tailback for North
Carolina in the Shrine Bowl
game at Charlotte last fall. He
had a spectacular day in the
North Carolina win.
Morgan (Red) Hoffman,
Swofford's high school coach,
calls him, "one of the great
est competitors I've ever
seen and a young man who
has potential to be a great
Johnny has three brothers.
One of them, Jim, played tac
kle at Duke and ariother, Bill,
is a Morehead Scholar at Car
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attended Davidson College.
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