Back of the end zone = back of the bus?

“The University of North Carolina’s first Negro students found that they were free to eat and study with whites, but not to cheer. At football games, they were barred from the cheering section, herded into special end-zone seats.”

— From Time magazine, Oct. 8, 1951

“The University of North Carolina, overwhelmed with protests, changed its mind….  Last week the Negroes got regular student passes.”

–From Time magazine, Oct. 22, 1951