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Tar Heel football great Art Weiner recalled as 'class act'


was a spry 70 years old and a successful retired businessman when he asked Marion Kirby for a job. Kirby, the football coach who built a dynasty at Page High, was in the process of starting an NCAA Division III football program from scratch at Greensboro College that day in 1996. And Weiner, a North Carolina legend from his All-America playing days with the Tar Heels in the 1940s, wanted in. (Greensboro News & Record)

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