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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1952
John Clark
(Continued from page 1)
has consistently battled against
what he calls "the NAACP cam
paign to break down segregation?
on the campuses of the Greater
University.
Asserting that his battle is not
igainst the University itself, but
with a "rotten red fringe" which
he visualizes as surrounding it,
Clark listed "18 charges" against
the "fringe" at the recent trustee
session. Included m 'his charges
were such items as the acceptance
of mony from the Rosenwald fund
by the University, unsegregated
religious meetings at Chapel Hill
and Greensboro, two white girls
from Woman's College attending
an interracial meeting at west
Market Street Methodist church
Greensboro and "hanging
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around inside the church with the
Negro men for more than an hour
after the services, participation
of faculty members at the Univer
sity in the "NAACP campaign,"
and the activities of Chapel Hill
ministers Charles Jones and Da
vid Yates.
Clark's battle on behalf of seg
regation even prompted him to
propose that the University abol
ish graduate work in Spanish
when a Negro woman sought ad
mission there last summer. Uni
versity President Gordon Gray
described Clark's proposal as
meaning "the destruction of the
the University" if it should be ac
cepted, and the trustees over
whelmingly defeated it.
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'Friendly People"
The National Geographic So
ciety " says 22,000,000 of Indo
china's 27,000,000 population live
in Viet Nam.
Vitamin B12 is used in treating
pernicious anemia.
The U. S. Department of Ag
riculture says that two American
hens now average as many eggs
as three 25 years ago.
Oak wilt is a fungus disease
killing all varieties of oaks.
The lighthouse at Cape Hatter
as, N. C, was closed in 1936 but
put back into service 13 years
later.
Swirling currents that once
threatened to undermine the Cape
Hatteras, N. C, lighthouse have
been thwarted with brush and
grass.
Leopards are as at home in
trees as on the ground.
The Carolina baseball team
opens its 1952 schedule at Rol
lins College in Orlando, Fla.,
March 17.
'Piers -raised without access to I f"
soil may contract anemia through
iron and copper deficiencies.
Leopards are , known to hai
entered houses to attack persons.
The . largest group ol Indians
living together east of the Missis
sippi are the Cherokees, 3,500 on
Qualla Indian Reservation at
Cherokee, N. C.
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When the Icy
Wind of
Exams
Chills your
Spine
And the foul
parable
Of thcGrassho
And the ant
Haunts you
Remember
There are plenty
Of College Outlines
at
The Intimate
Bookshop
205 E. Franklin
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