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Thursday, August 18, 1966
THE TAR HEEL
For Just i
They are becoming rather cocky over in Green
ville these days.
For two bucks you can buy a license plate that
reads, "East Carolina University."
For $2.50 you can get a diploma.
A Gathering Of Klowns
There were a lot of Klowns in Raleigh Sunday. Not
too many of them were in costume, but they were easy
to spot. The red-neck showed under the long hair and
came up out of the shirt tops.
They can make you laugh very easily, especially
when you read about them or see them on television.
But make no mistake, they are a powerful force
in this state and growing more so every day.
White, Anglo Saxons they are. As to whether or
not they are people is another question entirely.
But they are to be pitied just like the Negroes who
are fighting in the slums. If you could keep them apart,
they would make one smashing fighting unit in Viet
We Are In Trouble
A new year starts in September. The University
begins again on a regular basis. I won't be here. It
is not easy to say whether you will be happy to leave,
or sorry you didn't have more time.
Chapel Hill leaves a lasting mark on all of us. A
mark that time can never wash away. Most of us
have been set in our ways by the time we leave. And
the University has been responsible for that.
The four years that you spend here probably in
fluence your life more than all the other time.
If I had to pick the most memorable moment I
spent on this campus it would have to be Nov. 22, 1963.
I have never seen a place grow so deathly quiet
so fast. Compassion, confusion and anger filled the
It was a time to remember a time that shall never
And your life in Chapel Hill will be like that. It is
filled with compassion, confusion and anger. But
there are other times also. Ballgames, parties, Jubilee
and just pain old classes.
Someone said these are the best days of our lives.
But an old friend who graduated .in 1965, Curry Kirk
patrick, used to say, "If they are, brother, we are in
Integrating A Ku Klux Elan
Rally Readies The Ultimate
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lina National Guard.
According to Klan officials,
the dress for the meeting was
optional. There .were only
about 30 people in robes, but
there were about 200 in the
uniform of the security guard.
The streets outside were
jammed with people and cars.
The total crowd was estimat
ed at 6,000.
Trouble had been anticipat
ed, but only six people were
arrested. One was a Negro and
another a Klan security guard.
None of the Negroes inside
would say who they were or
who they represented. They
sat very still.
The men were dressed in
suits and ties, the women wore
dresses and heels. All of them
appeared to be in their early
The Klan members ranged
in age from the very old to the
very young. One woman had
her four children with her. All
appeared to be under seven.
It was hard to understand
why the people there believed
what they did. Their belief was
mirrored in their angry eyes
and in the vicious way they
clapped their hands and stom
ped their feet.
It was harder to understand
why the Negroes had come, or
why they stayed. They did
achieve something though.
When you integrate a KKK ral
ly you reached the ultimate.
As we left one of the photo
graphers with me said, "inside
there," he pointed back, "you
couldn't even tell what coun
try you were in."
But you could. Something
like that could only happen in
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