RE TROSPEC T: 1965(?)
Talk about the students not getting good basketball seats: This game, probably from late 1965, was played before the pull-out bleachers for the
student section of Carmichael Auditorium were finished. Carmichael was renovated, and the area outside the concourse enlarged, in 2009.
“OLD CARMICHAEL GYM,” IN THE NEWS SERVICES OF UNC (40139) UNIV. ARCHIVES, UNC.
17, 2016. Reina, who retired as professor emeritus,
taught anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania
and worked in its museum of archeology and
anthropology from 1957 to 1990. The Argentine
native emigrated to the U.S. in 1947 with $100 in
his pocket to study at the University of Michigan.
He curated exhibitions on Central American textiles
and pottery, and on the featherwork of native
South Americans. He was an accomplished artist.
◆ Dr. Lawrence Crumpler Walker Jr. (’ 57, ’ 56 BA),
81, of Winston-Salem; Dec. 1, 2016. An OB/GYN,
Walker retired in 2010 from Lyndhurst Gynecologic
Associates. He was estimated to have delivered
at least 10,000 babies during his 45-year career.
He served as a flight surgeon in the Navy. At UNC,
he was among the first Morehead Scholars and a
member of Chi Psi.
1958 update John Woodfin Burress
III (’ 58 BA) of Winston-Salem has received the
Distinguished Citizen Award from the Old Hickory
Council of the Boy Scouts. Burress built his father’s
construction machinery business, J. W. Burress,
from 10 employees to 13 locations before selling
the company in 1997 and has been an active
philanthropist supporting causes across the state.
Burress has served on the GAA Board of Directors
(1993–96) and received the GAA’s Distinguished
Service Medal in 2016.