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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesdayJanuary 29. 1985
Four men return to former
I nited Pre International
(iRF.F.NSBORO Pour North
Carolina A&T State University grad
uates returned to Greensboro Friday,
the 25th anniversary of their lunch
counter sit-in, which historians say
v hanged the face of civil rights protests.
The four of us r: our minds were
on the same thing that year," said David
Four arrested by CHP for
basketball ticket scalping
Three UNC students and a school
teacher from Martin were arrested
Sunday for scalping tickets at the
UNC .Georgia. Tech basketball
William Edward Barksdale, 18, of
2318 Granville South; Sheldon
Davis Bradshaw, 19, of 31 1 Mangura
Dorm; Steven David Daskal, 19, of
503 Ehringhaus Dorm and Jerry
Leon Ange, 26, of Rt. 1 Box 173
A Jamesville, a teacher in Martin
County were each arrested on one
count of ticket scalping following an
attempt by Chapel Hill Police
Detective Barry Thompson to buy
a game ticket from each man outside
Carmichael Auditorium. Ange is a
teacher in the Martin County
According to police reports, Ange
Five bucks for a great
Campus Y will deliver Giant Hershey
Kisses on Valentine's Day to raise
money for UNICEF. A $5 donation will
send a big chocolate kiss and a personal
ALL THE SPAGHETTI YOU CAN EAT!
baked bread. .
(Beverage not included)
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Richmond, who works at Greensboro
Health Care Center, a convalescent
home. "We talked from September until
the Christmas holidays, and we came
back and talked some more prior to
"I think it was Frank McCain who
finally said, OK, weVe talked about it.
We know what's expected. Let's do it,' "
and Daskal both offered to sell
detective Thompson game tickets for
$20 each, and Barksdale and Brad
shaw offered to sell Thompson
tickets for $15 each. Police spo
kesman Keith Lohmann said that
Chapel Hill detectives did not
actively monitor people trying to sell
tickets at all UNC athletic events.
"They do it once or twice a season
at football and once or twice at
basketball," Lohmann said.
Under N.C. law, selling tickets to
musical concerts or athletic events
at prices greater than the face value
is a misdemeanor, punishable by a
fine not to exceed $500 dollars,
imprisonment for not more than six
months, or both.
big Hershey 's kiss
message to someone special on Valen
tine's Day. Stop by Campus Y and place
your order before Feb. 14.
Sunday, February 3
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109V6 E. Franklin Street
(above Rite-Aid Store)
McCain, Richmond, Joseph McNeil
and Ezell Blair Jr. decided Feb. I, 1960.
to go downtown and seek service at
F.W. Woolworth's whites-only lunch
counter. After about a week of protests,
the students agreed to halt their actions
while city leaders agreed to look for a
It took until July 25, I960, for the
first black to eat a meal sitting down
History remembers the students as
four brave young men, but they say they
were four frightened freshmen seated at
the counter 25 years ago.
I could feel my legs and hands
trembling," said Blair, who lives in New
Bedford, Mass., and goes by the name
Jibreel Khazan. "I was perspiring. I
really had to go to the bathroom bad.
You cant imagine what it was like,
being 17, Afro-American, sitting in a
position like that, expecting the worst."
The four men said they targeted the
Woolworth's because it was part of a
national chain and because Greensboro
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'Cellar Door9 offers prize for best
of poetry, prose, graphics entries
Cellar Door, UNC's student literary
magazine, is reviving the Editor's
Award, a contest awarding $50 to the
best Cellar Door submission in each of
three categories: poetry, prose and
It is the first such literary award since
the Jesse Rheder Fund was used up four
years ago, said Cellar Door Editor Dean
King, a senior from Richmond, Va.
The Carolina Union
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asked to be treated the same as the
whites at the counter, to be served coffee
They were told they would not be
served and were asked to leave. They
Once during that afternoon, a police
man paced behind them, slapping a billy
club against his palm. Some whites
shouted obscenities at them, but two
elderly white women patted them on
their backs and told them they were
doing a good thing.
The four students stayed at the
counter until closing time and promised
to return the next day. They kept their
promise, returning each day in shifts to
sit at the counter with an ever-growing
number of their classmates. Pickets
were set up outside the store.
"Their actions sparked the student
phase of the civil right revolution,"
wrote William Chafe, a history profes
sor at Duke University and author of
Civilities and Civil Rights: Greensboro,
N.C, and the Black Struggle for
UNC alumni, through the Carolina
Fund, are sponsoring this year's contest,
and nn award fund for following years
has been started with a $150 contribu
tion by the College of Arts and Sciences
or.H Tr.rtthfr 00 from alumni
The editors will consider both fall and
spring editions of Cellar Door in
selecting award winners.
teb. 12 is the deadline for submis
sions for the spring edition of the
magazine, scheduled to be available
during the Fine Arts Festival beginning
March 22. Submission guidelines are
available at the Student Union desk.
People interested in working on the
magazine or wanting more information
on spring edition submissions can call
Dean King at 968-0281.
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From United Press International reports
NEW DELHI, India ' A six
nation peace summit called yester
day for a halt to President Reagan's
so-called "Star Wars" space defense
plan and an immediate ban on
testing of nuclear weapons.
A joint declaration issued also
repeated a call to the United States
and Soviet Union and three other
nuclear weapon nations to freeze
production and deployment of such
LONDON The ruling Soviet
Politburo has discussed a plan that
would steadily decrease the duties of
ailing President Konstantin Cher
nenko, the Times newspaper
Chernenko, 73, was last seen in
public in a televised awards cerem
ony Dec. 27 and Soviet officials
confirmed he was ill. Soviet sources
have admitted a Warsaw Pact meet
ing was canceled two weeks ago
because of his illness.
- Freeze called disaster
LAKELAND, Fla. One-third
of Florida's 300,000 farm workers
will be out of J work because of a
freeze called the worst agricultural
disaster in the state's history, officials
The- three-day freeze, which
lowered temperatures to a record 4
degrees in parts of Florida last week,
will also force many citrus growers
to consider other uses of their land,
Pope visits .Venezuela
MERIDA, Venezuela Pope
John Paul II flew yesterday to the
Andes Mountain city of Merida on
Man charged in Student
Stores robbery attempt
UNC Campus Police arrested
Ronald Steven Brown, of 511 Craige
St., at the Carolina Inn Friday night
after Brown, charging him with robbing
$1,600 from UNC Student Stores. The
robbery occurred about 8:20 p.m. and
the money was recovered.
Brown, 33, is being held under
nnn Kond for armed robbery at the
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SWITZERLAND, "European Politics from a Swiss Perspective."
May 27 June 15, 1985. Courses: Political Science 99, Political
Science 128. Instructor: Dr. Jurg Steiner.
OXFORD, "Oxford and Shakespeare." July 16 August 9,
1985. Courses: English 46, English 49. Instructor: Dr. Christopher
GREECE, "The Land, Its Archaeology and History." May
13 June 4, 1985. Courses: History 91, History 299. Instructor:
Dr. James McCoy.
SICILY, "Carolina in Sicily." July 10 July 31, 1985. Cour
ses: Italian 14, Italian 15, Italian 95. Instructor: Dr. Ennio Rao.
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News in Erie!
the third stop of a I7-city missionary
tour, preaching the need for family
unity and education.
Before he left the hot and humid
lowland city of Maracaibo, a red
coated marching band and military
honor guard lining a red carpet
saluted the pontiff as his motorcade
arrived at the airport in his bullet
Oil minister walks out
GENEVA, Switzerland United
Arab Emirates Oil Minister Mana
Saed Otaiba stormed out of yester
day's Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries meeting, charg
ing Nigeria with "stabbing OPEC in
the back" by breaking production
and price agreements.
"I'm going home," Otaiba told
reporters as he left the conference,
which broke up a short time later.
Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Sheik
Zaki Yamani said there had been "a
misunderstanding" and that the
UAE official would return when the
session resumed yesterday.
MANILA, Philippines Police
used clubs and tear gas yesterday to
disperse protesters who barricaded
major streets to support a nation
wide transit strike over gasoline
prices. At least 16 people were hurt
and 74 were arrested.
Authorities said transportation in
most major urban areas of the
country was running normally,
except for Davia City, 600 miles
south of Manila, which was para
lyzed by the indefinite strike that
began there Saturday.
Orange County Jail. According to
Officer Ned Comar of University Police,
Brown had a long list of past offenses.
The Chapel Hill Police also served
Brown with a warrant for his arrest in
the armed robbery of a Winn-Dixie
grocery store last March.