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Chapel Hill’s ‘Squeaky’ Morgan dies


A beloved Chapel Hill figure and former Ramshead Rathskeller waiter died last week — evoking memories for longtime town residents. John “Squeaky” Morgan died Sunday, Oct. 13 at the age of 72. He once sold hot dogs from a cart at what used to be the Bank of America building at 137 E. Franklin St. (Daily Tar Heel)

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