Several new titles just added to “What’s New in the North Carolina Collection?” To see the full list simply click on the link in this entry or click on the “What’s New in the North Carolina Collection?” link under the heading “Pages” in the right column. As always, full citations for all the new titles can be found in the University Library Catalog and they are all available for use in the North Carolina Collection Reading Room.
“In May 1961 the [basketball] point-shaving scandal spread, as Doug Moe, an All-American at Carolina, became implicated ….Although Moe had accepted no bribes, he had been given a total of $75 in his dealings with [gamblers]…. Moe told the chancellor [William Aycock] he was in ‘no way’ involved in the scandal…. It was only at a fourth meeting…. that Moe acknowledged his role….[Aycock] brought Moe’s case before the Men’s Honor Council, [but] the council… absolved Moe…. Aycock found its decision perplexing, and… suspended Moe ‘indefinitely,’ giving him 48 hours to leave campus….
“Students marched on the chancellor’s residence that evening, and Aycock hastily set up a meeting at Gerrard Hall to explain his apparent overruling of the student government. By the end of the meeting, he was given a standing ovation.”
— From “William Friday: Power, Purpose and American Higher Education” by William A. Link (1997)