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Carolina Hurricanes - Prospects Camp 2015  Among the prospects was a Raleigh born defenseman, Trevor Owens. - Three Region NC Photography and Lifestyle

Carolina Hurricanes - Prospects Camp 2015 Among the prospects was a Raleigh born defenseman, Trevor Owens. - Three Region NC Photography and Lifestyle

2017 National Champs

2017 National Champs

Joel Berry Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) | Twitter

Joel Berry Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) | Twitter

North Carolina’s Theo Pinson (1) drives to the basket against N.C. State’s Abdul-Malik Abu (0) on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C. Pinson scored 12 points in the Tar Heels’ 97-73 victory over N.C. State.

North Carolina’s Theo Pinson (1) drives to the basket against N.C. State’s Abdul-Malik Abu (0) on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C. Pinson scored 12 points in the Tar Heels’ 97-73 victory over N.C. State.

Born in New York City, Constance Binney was educated at Westover School, a private college preparatory boarding school for girls in Middlebury, Connecticut and in Paris, France. She made her Broadway theatre debut in 1917 and the following year appeared with her actress sister, Faire Binney(1898–1957), in the Maurice Tourneur silent film, Sporting Life based on the play by Cecil Raleigh and Seymour Hicks

Born in New York City, Constance Binney was educated at Westover School, a private college preparatory boarding school for girls in Middlebury, Connecticut and in Paris, France. She made her Broadway theatre debut in 1917 and the following year appeared with her actress sister, Faire Binney(1898–1957), in the Maurice Tourneur silent film, Sporting Life based on the play by Cecil Raleigh and Seymour Hicks

Boxer Jack Johnson was born in Galveston, Texas, in 1878. In 1908 he became the first African American to win the world heavyweight crown when he knocked out the reigning champ, Tommy Burns. The fast living Johnson held on to the title until 1915 and continued to box until he was 50. He died in an automobile accident in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1946

Boxer Jack Johnson was born in Galveston, Texas, in 1878. In 1908 he became the first African American to win the world heavyweight crown when he knocked out the reigning champ, Tommy Burns. The fast living Johnson held on to the title until 1915 and continued to box until he was 50. He died in an automobile accident in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1946

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