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Volume 78, Number 50
by Chris Cobbs
Sports Editor .
The second annual "Heel Howl,"
scheduled Thursday, Nov. 19 in
Carmichael Auditorium, will serve as the
gateway to Duke weekend festivities,
according to Art Chansky, organizer of
Chansky, who originated the Howl last
year while serving as Daily Tar Heel
sports editor, announced that all proceeds
from the event will go to the Carolina
Opportunities Fund, a division of the
Student Aid Office.
Tickets are on sale daily at Carolina
Union and will also be available at the
door. Admission is $1 for students and
Former Tar Heel football greats
Charlie Justice, Art Weiner and George
Barclay will be present, while Gayle
Bomar and Danny Talbott are also
tentatively set to appear, said Chansky.
They will make brief remarks, as will
Coach bill Dooley and senior football
Former cheerleader Charlie Stancell,
who made a big hit at Carolina's
Homecoming game with Virginia two
weeks ago, will be on hand to lead cheers
again, Chansky added. Billy Arthur, Kay
Kyser and Vic Huggins, other
ex-cheerleaders, will also be present.
Entertainment will be provided by the
Union Activities Board and the Tar Heel
pep band will lend additional support,
said Chansky, who is now sports editor of
the Chapel Hill Weekly.
A presentation will also be made to
tailback Don McCauley, the senior
All-America candidate who has broken
numerous school and Atlantic Coast
Conference rushing records this year.
Many of those marks were held
previously by Justice, star of the late
The Howl, founded as a sort of "super
pep rally," will serve as a prelude to the
Beat Duke parade, Chansky pointed out.
It will begin at 8:30 p.m.
Wilson Andcrvn as dean of the School of
Social Work is "irreversible."
Morrow allegedly told Anderson on
June 30 he would not he rehired to a
second five-year term as dean of the
Anderson says he was informed
verbally by Morrow that he would not be
rehired but refused Wednesday to
comment further on the matter.
Morrow maintains he has not made a
recommendation. "I can't tell you when
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grass in shirt sleeves and toss the bull. Winter jackets are
coming out of moth balls and the bull sessions will have to
by Evans Witt
The black manager of the local Dairy
Queen eating establishment was relieved
Wednesday of his duties and the staff of
the establishment has signed a petition
calling for his reinstatement.
The staff is petitioning for Sherman
Byrd's reinstatement because his
replacement is a white woman and Byrd
alleges his demotion is, due to his race.
Byrd will keep the same salary as
previous but he is now a staff member
rather than manager, said Ed Evans, area
manager for Dairy Queen.
"I heard through the grapevine about
three weeks ago in the company that I
was to be fired because I am black,"
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transpire. Morrow eanesaa. ms
replies go to the Chancellor."
Asked whether he informed Anderon
orally on June 30 that the dean will not
be recommended for a second term.
Morrow said "no comment."
Morrow .said Wednesday thai he has
completed his interviews with Social
Work faculty members.'
Asked about his alleged remarks to the
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Evans joined the Daily Queen
organization as area manager
approximately three weeks ago.
Evans said Byrd was demoted because
of neglect of his duties as manager of the
Chapel Hill drive-in (located on the
15-501 bypass near Eastgate shopping
center) and because he refused to transfer
to the Durham Dairy Queen.
"Discriminating against anyone on the
basis of race has been the farthest thing
from my mind during this whole affair,"
The petition from the employees of
the establishment called for Byrd's
immediate reinstatment. Failing that, the
nine members of the staff who signed the
petition say they will resign.
Evans called for a meeting of all the
by Bob Chapman
Dr. Joseph L. Morrison, 52, UNC
professor of Journalism, died Wednesday
his home after suffering a
Morrison joined the journalism faculty
as an instructor in 1940, and following
work on Armed Services publications
from 1942-46, has been continuously
associated with the School of Journalism.
A native of New York City, Morrison
was a 1940 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of
UNC. He earned his M.A. degree in
history at Columbia University and his
Ph.D. in history at Duke.
As a biographer, he wrote "Josephus
Daniels Says..."; "Josephus Daniels,
Small-d Democrat" and "W.J. Cash:
Southern Prophet." His latest book,
"Gov. O. Max Gardner: A Power in North
Carolina and New Deal Washington," will
be published by the UNC Press in
Morrison was also,, the author, of
various articles for professional
publications and was awarded a CBS
Foundation Fellowship in 1957-58.
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faculty members concerning Anderson.
Morrow said "no comment."
"The conferences I had with faculty
members are confidential." he said.
Asked about the usual duration far
making his recommendation to the
chancellor. Morrow said that "it varies
with the situation...you can't ever tell."
According to the report. Morrow said
in the July 7 meeting with five faculty
members of the Social Work school that
he had "deliberated for a year" and
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staff of the Dairy Queen late Wednesday
afternoon, in order "that everyone can
have their say," said Evans.
Byrd explained that over the past
weekend he had been sick and unable to
spend his usual number of hours at the
establishment. He said that he had visited
the Dairy Queen as many times as he was
able in order to see that it was running
Evans, on the other hand, said that he
had been unable to contact Byrd over the
entire weekend and had had no word that
Byrd was sick.
(Byrd further said that he left a
message for Evans, but that evidently
Evans had not received it.)
Evans continued that, due to the
circumstances as he understood them at
the time, he decided that he would
In addition to' his work with the
Journalism School, he held summer
positions with WRAL and WPTF radio
stations in Raleigh and with Cantor
Publications, Inc. in New York City.
Dr. John Adams, dean of the School
of Journalism, said a memorial document
expressing student and faculty sympathy
is being prepared.
"He was a real scholar in the
traditional sense," Adams said. "He
looked upon a library as a second home.
The detail of his books shows what a
conscientious scholar he was.
"Students and faculty will miss him
' greatly," said Adams.
Funeral services will be conducted
today at 3 p.m. at the Howerton Bryan
Funeral Home in Durham.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Pearl
Penner Morrison of Chapel Hill, and two
children, Lucy and Peter. ,
The family requests that flowers be
omitted. Memorial contributions for
prayer books may be madeto Beth El
Congregation by writing Dr. B.G.
Greenberg of 425 Brookside Drive in
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would not recommend Anderson for a
second five-year term.
Morrow allegedly-told the five fjcuSly
members, the report said, that there U "a
considerable lack of confidence in Dean
Anderson on the part of the Board of
Trustees and the administration and this
had reduced the effectiveness of the
The report states that Morrow told
Social Work faculty members in
individual conferences from July 7 to
Oct. 13 that he had nude his decision not
to recommend Anderson for
reappointment and asked the faculty to
"discuss potential candidates for the
The document adds that most of the
faculty refused to discuss the selection of
new candidates for dean.
The document, which lists the
"actions regarding the deanship." has
been sent to the members of the faculty
council, department chairman, deans of
professional schdols. the Chancellor's
Advisory Committee and the
administrative board of the School of
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by Lou Bonds
Presidential appointments and finance
bills will headline legislative business in
tonight's Student Legislature (SL)
The appointment of Lee Meyrowitz to
the Student Supreme Court was to be
considered by the Ways and Means
Committee Wednesday night.
Meyrowitz, a senior political .science
terminate Byrd's employment for
Larry Campbell, a member of the staff
at the establishment, explained the
position of the staff to Evans in
discussing the incident.
"You didn't have to ask us about this,
you could have just told us about
it-that's your duty, to make these kinds
of decision. We just would like to know
. what's happening," said Campbell.
"My only real complaint with the staff
is that they didn't come to me with this
thing-that petition was just worthless,"
The three Dairy Queens over which
Evans has authority have recently been
operating in the red, he said. However,
the Chapel Hill store is, according to
Evans, ' the best managed and most
profitable of the three of which he is
"I've never told Sherman who to hire
or fire except that I thought it would be
good company policy at all three stores
to have one white girl behind the counter
on both shifts," Evans continued.
According to Byrd, there are currently
12 employees at the Chapel Hill Dairy
Queen, eight black and four white.
Evans commented that he though that
this approximate 2 to 1 ratio of black to
white employees has been more or less
constant during the drive-in's operation.
"It is against my better judgement for
the best interests of the company as a
whole, but I decided that on account of
the tension here, that Sherman should
remain on the staff," Evans said.
A special campus election will be held
today to "choose the president of the
fCoiincil of Students.
$ The candidates are,' Bernard Leakes, a
political science major from Huntsville,
-SAla.; Randolph Hewitt, a political science
. gimajor form Durham; and Cindy Cohen,
gan American Studies major from
S The Council of Students was formed
8last spring during the strike. Organizers of
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major from Durham, was appointed last
week by Student Body President Tom
Meyrowitz is the second of three
judicial appointments to be made by
Bello. The appointment of David Wynne
to the Court was ratified by last
Thursday's SL meeting and filled the
third of five Supreme Court Justice
v appointments. -
The Ways and Means Committee was
also scheduled to consider the
appointment of Mike Almond to the
Almond is a senior political science
major from Pilot Mountain, N.C.
The Finance Committee met
Wednesday and passed out four finance
A bill to add categories to the Student
Government's administration budget
would provide funds to cover Montreat
Conference expenses of 40 UNC student
representatives incurred at the leadership
conference in October.
The bill does not specify a fixed
amount of money but estimations drawn
from Bello's 525,000 budget reallocation
proposal made earlier this year could set
the figure at S800.
According to Finance Committee
Chairman Robert Grady, the
administration has paid approximately
$2,000 of the Orientation Commission's
picnic and program expenses incurred
Sept. 12 and 14.
The orientation program was to be
paid on a 50-50 basis between the
administration and Student Government.
Student Legislature froze the
commission funds when lafe orientation
expense requisitions were submitted, to
the Finance Committee. The committee
claimed the Orientation Commission to
be in violation of the requisition system
in payment of their debts.
Last week, SL passed a bill unfreezing
the commission's funds and agreeing to
pay half the orientation expenses upon
payment of the administration's half.
A bill to reallocate the funds
remaining in the WCAR radio station's
budget would allow funds collected as
profit last year to revert to this year's
A bill to adjust the budget of the UNC
Debate Team would ' allow all outside
revenues collected by the organization to
be placed in their travel fund.
the strike felt it necessary to form aj::;
permanent group to organize student-:;:
activism. . $;
All three of the candidates were active jS
in the student strike last May. :
Voting will take place at Y-Court. the$j
Scuttlebutt, the Student Union and at
bus stops on South Campus throughout
the day. $:
The election is being sponsored by theJS