Lath Morriss: the cheerleader they called Tarzan
Posted Sep 6, 2018
With the 2018 football season kickoff, many Tar Heel fans are ready for their annual rite of autumn. An important part of that rite is fan participation—cheering, it’s called. And no one in Carolina history cheered like the rotund man from Farmville, the unofficial UNC cheerleader they called Tarzan. He was not only famous on the UNC campus.
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