Extra Points Archive: The Athlete, The Artist

A new era of Tar Heel football was dawning in August 1946 when coach Carl Snavely welcomed some 65 football players to Chapel Hill for training camp. Many were war veterans in their mid-20s, married and making the transition from carrying a rifle through France or Okinawa to taking chemistry classes and eating cheeseburgers at the Goody Shop on Franklin Street. (Tar Heel Blue)

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