Marge Hammond stands in the ring at the Emmett Scott Center in Rock Hill on Thursday. She is holding her grandfather's boxing gloves from 1900. Hammond, 71, became the first woman selected to the Carolinas Boxing Hall of Fame.
Marge Hammond stands in the ring at the Emmett Scott Center in Rock Hill on Thursday. She is holding her grandfather's boxing gloves from 1900. Hammond, 71, became the first woman selected to the Carolinas Boxing Hall of Fame.
Marge Hammond stands in the ring at the Emmett Scott Center in Rock Hill on Thursday. She is holding her grandfather's boxing gloves from 1900. Hammond, 71, became the first woman selected to the Carolinas Boxing Hall of Fame.

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February 02, 2008 12:23 AM

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