of his second and third symphonies by the Kushell Sinfonia in the Weis Center for the Performing Arts in Lewisburg. Hill's music was taken on tour by the London-based ensemble The King's Singers during its 2005- 06 season.
John Edward Campbell (' 63 MSPH), 65, of
Beachwood, Ohio; May 14,2005. Campbell
was an administrator with health-care agencies.
At UNC, he was a member of Delta Omega.
• Pervy Augustus Cline Jr. (' 63 MA), 83, of
Shelby; Jan. 14, 2006. Cline was professor
emerirus of classical languages at Gardner- Webb
University and an ordained minister of the
Southern Baptist Church. He also served as a
missionary to Thailand for the Baptist church.
He was an Army veteran ofWWII. •
Charles Lindbergh Cox (' 63 MPH), 76, of
Potomac, Md.; JWle 18,2005. Cox was assis-
tant director of special projects for the Office
of Health Physics. • Ann Sarratt Garner
(' 63 BSMA T), 64, of Richmo nd, Va.; Feb. 8,
2006. Garner had retired as a teacher of pr
e-school children with developmental disabilities
in Henrico County. Earlier in her career, she
was a systems engineer for mM in Washing-
ton, D C. • Ronald Wood Howell (' 63 AB,
' 66 LLB]D), 63, of Burnsvill e; April 11, 2005.
A former N.c. Superior Court judge, Howell
practiced law in Asheville and then in
Burnsville. While serving in the Air Force, he
was a judge advocate general. At UNC, he
was a LA w Review editor and member of
Order of the Coif. • Chaplain Willis Mor-
rison (' 63 PhD), 73, of Louisville, Ky.;Jan. 6,
2006. Morrison taught at Washin.gton & Lee
University, Waterloo University in Canada and
Jefferson Community College in Louisville.
Active in politics, Morrison worked for a
presidential campaign, as a lobbyist and with
the American Friends Service conmuttee. , 64 William Edgar Brown Jr. (' 64
BSBA) of Waxhaw, chairman of
Benefit Management Services
Inc., has retired afier 30 years in the insurance
industry. • G. Watts Carr III (' 64 BSIR) of
Greensboro has been reappointed to North
Carolina's Econonuc Development Board and
named to the board of the Research Triangle
Foundation. • David Gardner Frey (' 64
AB, ' 67 ]D) of Grand Rapids, Mich. , a for-
We asked alumni about their memories of teams
that surprised the competition. Excerpts of several
responses are below. To read more, visit
"How about coaches Sylvia Hatchell and
Roy Williams ' 72? ... They have each been
awarded as 2006 Coach of the Year by The
Associated Press for their achievements this
past year at bringing their respective UNC
teams so far, so fast. Isn't that our primary
goal at UNC? Educating and training
our students to become the best they
can be? I think it was a definite sur-
prise to all of us that the teams came so
far with their success, and we look forward
to greater success next year."
Tom !.offt ' 70 (MRP)
Washington, D. C.
roar erupted from inside. In her impatience
to leave she had just missed the primo
comeback of our era. Without the three-point shot, which had yet to be born, the
Heels had scrapped back and tied the game
with Walter 'Sweet D' Davis' 44-footjump
shot. The Heels would go on to win in OT.
To this day, I can't ever give up on the boys
until the fmal buzzer has its say."
Barbara Gregory Beckham ' 79
Lilburn, Ga .
Florida by a 22-7 score on a very rainy
afternoon in Kenan Stadium on Oct. 19, 1968,
jaws dropped all around the country!"
Francis Harvey Kinlaw ' 66
"My favorite and most retold memory is
one of the Heels against Duke in 1974,
playing in Carmichael. With the Heels down by
8 with 17 seconds on the clock, my friend
Marty headed for the exit. As she circled
outside the auditorium with droves ofothers
who had thrown in their collective towels, a
"Most [alunmi] my age remember the
1976 Tar Heel basketball team and how they
would have won the national championship
that year if not for some untimely late-season
injuries. However, I doubt many [alumni]
were fortunate (or unfortunate!) enough to
play them in fast-pitch softball. My
""........ dorm faced them in the
intramural quarterfinals and got beat 8-2.
With Tommy LaGarde ' 77
pitching, Phil Ford ' 78 playing
shortstop, Mitch Kupchak '76 at first,
Walter Davis ' 77 covering cen-
terfield, etc., they were as
formidable on the diamond as
they were on the court! My
clainl to fame - I drew a
walk and scored one of our
two runs! Can you imagine
Roy letting his team play fast-
pitch softball this spring?"
Kerry Gray Crutchfield '76
ond season at the
helm of the Tar
only three victo-
ries on the foot-
ball field, butone
was truly an upset ofnational
significance. When UNC upset seventh-ranked
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