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Chansky’s Notebook: Oldest ‘Tar Heel’ Shoots for 100


The oldest living Tar Heel athlete has one more goal in mind. , whose 99th birthday was Monday, has set his sights on another milestone in his remarkable life. “I hope we can be back together one year from today,” Gersten said at a gathering at The Cedars retirement community, where he's lived since relocating to Chapel Hill a decade ago. (Chapelboro.com)

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