It is like
a family album.
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of the characters
1818). Sen. Paul Wellstone ’ 65 (’ 69 PhD)
and the sociologist Guion Griffis Johnson
’ 27 (PhD). Robert Furchgott ’ 37 and
Oliver Smithies, the Nobel winners.
Wallace Kuralt ’ 31, professor of public
welfare policy and a pioneer in the field in
North Carolina, with toddler Charles ’ 55
perched on his shoulder. Editor Josephus
Daniels (class of 1885), an advocate of
racial separatism, grouped with Karen
Parker ’ 65, a career journalist who went to
jail in the civil rights sit-ins.
Jack Palance ’ 41, of the Carolina box-
ing team, in a scene from his Emmy per-
formance in Requiem for a Heavyweight.
The beloved teacher of writers Doris Betts
’ 54 and the first female degree recipient,
Sallie Stockard (class of 1898).
President James K.
Polk (class of
1818), Guion Griffis
Johnson ’ 27, Isaac
Manning (class of
Daniels (class of
Kuralt ’ 31 and
Charles Kuralt ’ 55,
and Sallie Stockard
(class of 1898).
David Brinkley, Jack
Palance ’ 41, Doris
Betts ’ 54, Harry W.
Chase and Karen
Parker ’ 65.