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Picture Day 1946: When Hugh Morton met Charlie Justice


One of the most welcomed lettermen returning to the Tar Heels in 1946 was , a 200-pound fullback who led Carolina to a victory over Pennsylvania back in 1943. Many of the freshmen were returning World War II veterans in their 20s—like freshman . Justice was the one player who was going to make a good UNC team great. (UNC.edu)

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