The leaders in the long, convoluted battle the University waged with thefederal government over affirmative action were all Carolina alumni, and that should teach you that the next leaders ofthis state will come out of this room. This thing with Coach Torbush, I told the chancellor, thank you very much, but I'm on the other sidefrom you on this one. 771ere's an acute needfor this University in this state now. "There's not a day that some alumnus out wandering the campus doesn't stop in here. I hope I'm a way station for them." Did you know they're taking rather elaborate naps in the Great Lounge? "They come in early in the morning, and then their heads fall down and they're fast asleep. But it was that way in 1948, so, so what?" m
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