... Smith marching onto the court, all the rules ofa coach's decorum in his wake, to confront a player he believes has been unnecessarily rough on one of his own ... the freshman Davis watching his shot hit the backboard to complete 8 points in 17 seconds ... Bradley's game-winning heroics, and M.ichael's .. . Donald Williams at the foul line, his anxious teanU11ates interlocking hands on the bench. "I've heard a lot ofpeople say that Coach Smith held me back," Jordan writes in a prologue. "I would never have been able to be the scorer, passer, rebounder, defender or team player that I am with- out Coach Smith." BRIEFLY NOTED How It Was: PathoLogy at UNC 1896- 1973 (The University of North Carolina t Chapel Hill, 1996) by John B. Graham (CMED ' 40). Illustrated history of the pathology department, by the retired UNC pathology professor and researcher in genetics and hematology. The Parent's Crash Course in Career Planning (VGM Career Horizons, 1996)
rr WARBORS ~mGHSEAS
by Marcia B. Harris and Sharon L. Jones.
How parents can guide college students
in career planning. Harris is director and
Jones is associate director of Universit Y
Career Services at UNe.
Harbors and High Seas (Henry Holt and
Co., 1996) by Dean King ' 85 with John
B. Hattendorf An atlas and geographical
guide to the popular Aubrey-Maturin series
of adventure novels by Patlick O'Brian.
The Newcomer's Guide to North Carolina
(Down Home Press, 1996) by Bill Lee ' 67.
History, celebrities, scenic spots, politics,
economy, literature, food and sports and
The Scotsman from Lumber River (Pentland
Press, 1996) by Mary Evelyn Undelwood
' 44. Biography of Angus Wilton McLean
of Robeson County, plimalily his North
Carolina governorship 1925-29.
The D evious Dr. Franklin, CoLonial Agent
(Mercer University Press, 1996) by David
T. Morgan ' 64. Benjamin Franklin's 15
years in London as an agent for four
American colonies, where he gained the
experience that made him America's first
Growing Up Together: Charlotte and UNC-
Charlotte (The University of North Carolina
at Charlotte, 1996) by Ken Sanford ' 54.
Evolution of the university from the 1940s,
alongside the city's coming-of-age.
A Case About Amy (Temple University
Press, 1996) by R.e. Smith ' 49. Story of
two parents' struggle to get an opportunity
for equal education for their deaf daughter,
by former Southern journalist and retired
UNC journalism professor.
The Woodwright's Apprentice (UNC Press,
1996) by Roy Underhill. Twenty favorite
projects from the popular PBS series The
Summer Games (The Black Belt Press,
1996) by Sabrina Wylly. Murder mystery
tied to the Olympic games in Atlanta. lin
In these days of often-wlcertain institutional funding, we hear
a lot about the need for selfless service. Lucy and John Bode
heard and answered that call on behalf of the more than
38,000 North Carolinians diagnosed with cancer this year.
As founding members of the UNC Lineberger Comprehen-
sive Cancer Center volunteer Board of Visitors, they have
secured resources needed to help the Center reduce cancer
occurrence and death. For their efforts, the Bodes received the
Board of Visitors' Outstanding Service Award for 1996.
Service is a watchword of the Cancer Center. Service to
North Carolina and the nation. Service on the front lines of
the war against cancer.
The UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center serves
you. It's your cancer center. Support one of the nation's 26
NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers as it builds on
a solid record ofachievement.
Dr. Joseph Pagano, Center Director' alld D" Sl Il
Deputy Director cOllf Tratul.at L 'd . 1e ey Earp, Center
L · ' 6" . e ucy an John Bod "R l '. 1 rrH meberge1' COlllhl'ehellsive C C e oJ a elgJJ, VIVC r ancel' enter's Dutst d' S . Award7vinnel'sfor 1996. an mg e1'Vlce
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
School of Medicine, Campus Box #7295
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7295,
(919) 966-5905, FAX 966-3015
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