In terms of his avocation, Dr Weinstein was a bit of a paradox. With his elegant and genteel demeanor, it was easy to predict that he would enjoy classical music. It was surprising, however, that his favorite stringed instrument to play was not the violin, but the banjo. He became enough of a banjo virtuoso that he was invited to play on several occasions at Preservation Hall in New Orleans. Another paradox was his choice of physical exercise. Golf, tennis, or jogging might be expected choices for this proper gentleman, but instead he chose basketball, particularly street pickup games. He kept a basketball in his car trunk and would join in games wherever he found them, including with the West Virginia University basketball team who affectionately called him, “Doc.” Reportedly his signature move was a hook shot about 3 steps in from the foul shoot line.