Johnson C. Smith University 100 Club Alumni members from left, Tommie Dewalt, Hattie Dewalt and Dorothy Davis cheer for their team during the CIAA basketball tournament women's basketball game Tuesdayin Charlotte.Johnson C. Smith University defeated Elizabeth City State University 70-50.
Johnson C. Smith University 100 Club Alumni members from left, Tommie Dewalt, Hattie Dewalt and Dorothy Davis cheer for their team during the CIAA basketball tournament women's basketball game Tuesdayin Charlotte.Johnson C. Smith University defeated Elizabeth City State University 70-50. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Johnson C. Smith University 100 Club Alumni members from left, Tommie Dewalt, Hattie Dewalt and Dorothy Davis cheer for their team during the CIAA basketball tournament women's basketball game Tuesdayin Charlotte.Johnson C. Smith University defeated Elizabeth City State University 70-50. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

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