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Crossing the line 

The ACC's first black players met with polite applause at the ACC tourney, but were ignored by fraternities and couldn't get served at the train station

Jackie Robinson's often-bitter experiences as a racial pioneer in Major League Baseball are well chronicled. Yet, tough as his ordeal was, Robinson knew how to cope when he broke in with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. He was a 26-year-old adult, a…

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