April 1946
Ebony;Apr1946, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p18
The article profiles African-American college football player Buddy Young and his family. The author says that Young's family is very much involved in sports. Young's mother was a star runner at Willard School in Chicago, Illinois while his twin sister Claudine won the Chicago dash championship for playgrounds. His brothers Hendricks, Stanley, and Clarence are also involved in athletics and basketball.


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