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for The State Vol. 13 Issue 48, Apr 1946
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There are fifty-three native North Carolinians in major league baseball this season; twenty-four of them are pitchers.
Douglas was the son of the famous Stephen A. Douglas and lived through a turbulent period in the state's history. His mother, Martha Martin, was a grandniece of Alexander Martin and also a first cousin of David S. Reid, the state's first Democratic Governor. After graduating from Georgetown, young Douglas became the private secretary of Governor William W. Holden. During President Grant's first term he served as Grant's private secretary. In 1897 he was elected as associate justice of the NC Supreme Court.