Chase Champion - Netflix
Chase is a regular kid, or at least he was. After stumbling upon an old video game, he unlocks a hidden feature and his world is powered up! Along with his best friend Diego, Chase must now find a balance between the real world and the game, freeze tag and freeze powers, saving his grades and saving the universe!
Runtime: 15 minutes
Chase Champion - Champion S. Chase - Netflix
Champion Spalding Chase (March 20, 1820 – November 3, 1898) was a Nebraska politician.
Chase Champion - Early life - Netflix
Born in Cornish, New Hampshire as the son of Clement Chase (1776–1867) and his second wife, Olive Spalding (1790–1823), who was from Plainfield, NH., he was named after his mother's father, Champion Spalding. He grew up in Cornish and later attended the Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, NH. He started teaching in Cornish as an adolescent during the winter time and moved later in 1840 to continue his teaching in New York. He went on to teach at an Academy in Amsterdam, New York from 1841–1842. By 1843 he had moved to the County of Otsego to be the vice principal of the West Hartwick Seminary. But he resided in New York until the end of the 1840s and studied law in Buffalo. In 1848 he was admitted to the bar at Canandaigua and then in 1849 he moved to Racine, Wisconsin. In Racine he married Mary Sophronia Butterfield (1827–1882) that same year. They had their only son, Champion Clement Chase, who would eventually become a well-known newspaper publisher in Omaha, after they had been married 15 years.
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