I think what these two youngsters did was to make good decisionsLawson, Ellington leaving UNC for the pros Apr 23, 2009
Maybe it's wishful thinking, but I really expected it to respond quicker than it hasUNC star guard still hobbling Mar 18, 2009
Not only is he our best defender, but he is our most experienced perimeter playerFoot injury ends Marcus Ginyard's season Feb 04, 2009
We've made the decision to hold (Tyler) out of action a little longerHansbrough doubtful for UNC opener Nov 12, 2008
After a long and exhaustive process of gathering information and sharing it with these youngsters, I stepped back and asked them to make their own decisionsThree Carolina players out of NBA draft Jun 16, 2008
Roy Williams was an artist and entertainer for The Walt Disney Studios, perhaps best known as "Big Roy," the adult mouseketeer for four seasons on the Mickey Mouse Club television series.
Williams was born in Colville, Washington and raised in Los Angeles, where he attended Fremont High School. After graduating, he was hired as an artist by Walt Disney in 1930. He worked on animated shorts while attending Chouinard Art Institute at night. He later also developed story ideas for Disney. He also designed over 100 insignias for the U.S. armed forces during World War II, and is credited with designing the mouse ears worn on the Mickey Mouse Club.
Williams died in Burbank, California, in 1976. He was posthumously inducted as a Disney Legend in 1992.