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Sam Ireland, a player for the First Assembly in Concord baseball team, gets his head shaved as part of BaseBald for the Cure. The event was organized by Tar Heel bullpen catcher and cancer survivor Chase Jones to raise money for pediatric oncology.

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Head coach Mike Fox tells how he first met bullpen catcher Chase Jones at BaseBald for the Cure. "He was the finest player that never played for me," he said.

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Senior 1st Baseman Jesse Wierzbicki gets his head shaved during BaseBald for the Cure. The event, which raised over $13,000 was organized by Tar Heel bullpen catcher and cancer survivor Chase Jones to raise money for pediatric oncology.

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Dr. John D. Kasarda, author of "Aerotropolis" and Director of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, has published more than 100 articles and nine books on airport cities, aviation infrastructure, and economic development. He coined the term 'aerotropolis,' which stresses placing airports in the center with cities growing around them. Recently, he was cited in Times Magazine's article on '10 Ideas that will Change the World.'

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In UNC’s first game since Larry Drew II surprised the Tar Heels and left the team, Kendall Marshall went on a tear and supplied 16 assists. The Tar Heels beat Florida State 89-69, shooting 55.7 percent against a team widely considered to be the best defensive squad in the ACC.

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