Print News and Raise Hell: The Daily Tar Heel and the Evolution of a Modern University

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This book was published with the
assistance of the Blythe Family Fund
of the University of North Carolina
Press
.

© 2018 Kenneth Joel Zogry
All rights reserved

Designed by Richard Hendel
Set in Linoletter and Klavika types
by Tseng Information Systems, Inc.
Manufactured in the United States of America

The University of North Carolina Press has been
a member of the Green Press Initiative since 2003.

JACKET ILLUSTRATIONS Front: newspaper
mastheads courtesy of the Daily Tar Heel. Back:
photographs of student holding Daily Tar Heel and
newspapers being printed from the Yackety Yack
yearbook, Kevin Ryan, staff photographer; 1954
Charles Kuralt Daily Tar Heel election poster from
the Charles Kuralt Collection, Southern Historical
Collection, Wilson Library, the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Library of Congress
Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Names: Zogry, Kenneth Joel, author.
Title: Print news and raise hell : the Daily Tar
Heel and the evolution of a modern university /
Kenneth Joel Zogry.
Description: Chapel Hill : The University of North
Carolina Press, [2018] | Includes bibliographical
references and index.
Identifiers: LCCN 2017037710| ISBN 9781469608297
(cloth : alk. paper) | ISBN 9781469608303 (ebook)
Subjects: LCSH: Daily Tar Heel—History. | College
student newspapers and periodicals—North
Carolina—Chapel Hill. | University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill—Periodicals. | Journalism—
Study and teaching—North Carolina—Chapel Hill.
Classification: LCC LH1.N7 D339 2018 |
DDC 378.1/989709756565—dc23
LC record available at https://lccn.loc
.gov/2017037710

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- Official Organ of the Athletic Association 1893–1923 6
  • 2- Crack-Brained Professors and Baby Radicals 1923–1941 54
  • 3- The Truth in Eight-Point Type 1941–1959 105
  • 4- Print News and Raise Hell 1959–1971 164
  • 5- A Free Press Must Prevail 1971–1993 232
  • Epilogue- Serving Unc Students and the University Community since 1893 291
  • Acknowledgments 307
  • Photo Credits 311
  • Notes 313
  • Index 335
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