Albany Medical College - Skull Yearbook (Albany, NY)

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Foreword The successful publishing of a yearbook is an unusual phenomenon, which can be appreciated fully only by those intimately engaged in the intricacies of its evolution, To those members of the pre-clinical years who gave so generously of their valuable time and talent, We take this opportunity to express our gratitude, as Well as the trust that the unusual precedent they have thus set will return similar dividends, in accumulated interest, when they in turn are editors. - To all the other countless patient, encouraging friends-faculty, pub- lishers, photographers, classmates, Wives, house stall, We also acknowledge our indebtedness, as Well as the hope that the result of our efforts will have justified their generous interest. , v 14 B ui? 'T 1 .X alllfv v H ' H ,LA-.ZRIMKQW-,-.1-ua,,.1.,fn7ffv',,.. .. ..,,.. .,.. ...ff-.-qv . ,, ,. ,ff--fffrfl W Y , , 1,,....-,V -,. -f-4'-1-'11 H+ .lx . wp., , .1 T ri 1 -Y V4 ,,,.,, , , . ,I -,,.-.g Dedication It is with considerable pride and pleasure that we dedicate this year book to Dr. Kenneth Olson, Chairman of the Department of Oncology, and Associate Professor of Medicine. Few individuals have given so unselfishly and wholeheartedly of their time, energy and ability to ensure adequate student education. An unusual man of varied background, including strong foundations in the disciplines of surgery, medicine, and pathology, Doctor Olson constantly and skillfully drew on his vast fund of clinical and experimental experience in his teaching sessions. That he has been to some extent successful in imparting a portion of this to us, is recorded below. Whether it was a session at the V.A., Tumor Clinic, Oncology Rounds, Friday Noon Conferences, or the midweekly movie on some basic medical subject he had chosen, we were always exposed to and impressed by his enthusiasm, his stimulating commentary, but above all, by his desire and ability to teach. It is especially fitting that this particular yearbook be dedicated to Doctor Olson, inasmuch as it was predominantly through his efforts that the present graduating class achieved the highest average in the recent nationwide examination on cancer, participated in by all medical schools. Most of us will remember Doctor Olson as you see him here, surrounded by an ever increasing volume of daily Work, but never too busy-when students were concerned, to pause for a moment, smile, joke a bit, or clarify some problem. There are few of us who have not sought his advice at one time or another. No teacher could ask for higher tribute. Q" 4- , , IV V -"' SW Soo The Albany Medical College of Union University Egg Albany, New York FouNDEo IN :asv 1875 'VV OfHce of the Dean February 19, 1951, To the Ca-adwtes of '54s As it was my privilege to participate in the program welcoming you as first-year students, so has fate decreed that I be offered the op- portunity of congratulating you for your efforts, spirit and achievement at the termination of this four-year phase of medical education. Albam Medical College, through its Faculty and facilities, has enjoyed its participation in the process of your development to physician status and will continue to share with you the rewards and prestige which may come your way as a result of the services you will render in whatever branch of Medicine you elect to BBTVBU It is a source of great satisfaction that so many of you are embarking upon your lifelong program of postgraduate study by seeking an internship at the Albany Medical Center. This in itself demonstrates that you have not been unaware of the efforts of recent years which have furthered the expansion and stature of this institution. During your return to your Alma lhter from time to time, this office will relish the opportunity to interchange experiences as well as to demonstrate the innovations which will Inv! been made to continually elevate the educational and investigative stature of Albany Medical College. I hope that each of you will remain gtudegtg of Medicine, that you will make the necessary efforts to keep abreast of the times by em'o11ing in continuation exercises when available and that above ell, you will main- tain the highest standards of integrity and judgment in your practice. It is the relatively small number who have been and are dsvieting from the pathways of conscience and patient understanding who are responsible for much of the present day public chastisement of the medical profession as a whole. On behalf of the College I wish you the best of health, happiness, and deep satisfaction in the wonderful experiences and responsibilities which lie ahead of you on the horizon of the years to come. Most sincerely yours, 14 411431 6. C414 77143 Harold O. Wiggers, Ph.D. Q.. 5 SPECIAL COMMEMORATION Miss Mary E. Carroll, the Medical College Registrar, is, each year, the quietly efficient overseer of 200 Hedgling doctors. To enumerate her duties would take more space than is available. Just ask any student. How often we went to the mailbox and found a neatly typewritten note that said 'Tlease see me, M. E. C." and with trepidation and misgivings we crawled to the office only to learn that she had straightened out some difficulty we may have encountered with the HBoards" . . . either Draft or National, to cite but one example. Those connected with SKULL know that their di-Hicult job would have been impossible without her help. She and her staff gave tirelessly of their time and effort to help bring this book to press. To M. E. C. we give an accolade and our thanks. E ' .Ifjv :"'fi' 4' A.'A,,...'f . -.?,, t 49-5 Y 31,7 If ,rv - A f , IJ.: , .1 Q 4' Y I . l . A 's 1 . I . 2 A nf, IJ 'QA 0 x Y ' ,.',,-ran Q .fx I 'Ig i ' 45, - t , .Q A FT.,.,.,Y ,.-. .. -T. .,. . 1..7.,, -q..,..,7..,.. fl , X 1.-gif.-:ww , RW" il' L' W J QQ .V l A' in I James F. Adams, Carter Davidson, President Board of Trustees Chancellor, Union University Administration mf' 5 1-i Harold C. Wiggers, Curtland C. Brown, Jr., Qean, Albany Medical College Assistant Dean, Albany Medical College, . . X I! Y .Vega it l gn-nu-rf A Thomas Hale, Jr., Mary E. Carroll, Raymond J. Almy, Associate Deon, AlbUl'lY M9CllCC'l College Registrar, Albany Medical College Asst. Treasurer, Albany Medical College , 11-.' 3. " 0.1-Q-Ziff-Q. A- 3-'1T"A.. ' Y " qi: Qi rm Arthur J. Bedell, M.D., L.L.D., Sc.D. Edward S. Godfrey, Jr., M.D. L. Whittington Gorhdm, M-D- Ophfhqlmology Preventive Medicine and Public Health Medicine Professors Emeri ti Charles K. Winnie, Jr., M.D. Medicine IN MEMORIAM Emeritus is a Latin Word which means uhaving served one's time with merit." Dr. Vander Veer was a man whose entire life was meritorious. Hence, we feel, he has graduated to the more inclusive title, homo sapi- ens, emeritus. It is with sadness that we note his passing. He was one of the brighter stars in the medi- cal firmament. Edgar A. Vander Veer, M.D. ll Surgery Anatomy i if and Biochemistry V y Jack M. Wolfe Professor and Director , i I J Q i P -fvx -ef ee- P if ri, ,hu Arthur Knudson Pradisth Cheosakul Professor and Director lnstructor Biochemistry Biochemistry wa., Ulf'- xj Q-"' Frank C. Ferguson Jr. Professor and Director Matthew N. Levy Assistant Professor Ethel Burack Associate Professor Physiology and Pharmacology i ---r ., 'Q l Eli ll Z l it , ri , H 1 Nil N i ,xyiikiflx . W ' ii 151197 , fhig- ., ' T Gerald Sidney Kanter Instructor Pharmacology Physiology Pl1YSiOl09Y i i 'E i i 9 1 -" E i " if i -. i , r'rjk ""iV AQ' 'li'-r32.'TF:W,4 A :lil i , -"fA',- I-F ' ' fi. -' Fl ' iii " Qflllfi 'ii ,if - f i, - 1:J:LCfiiw,4 4 gi -. , - 'l4.i."ht1'. 52ai.gaf21mf2Ula' if 92 3 1 Arthur Stein Associate Professor Arthur W. Wright Professor and Director Nolton H. Bigelow Associate Professor Pathology and Bacteriology Pathology and Bacteriology 43 . ' x? ti 7 1 ,ff 4:-ff . Richard A. Miller Associate Professor 7' 'A .,,, Harold C. Wiggers Professor and Director Physiology Pathology and Bacteriology John J. Clemmer Associate Professor Pathology and Bacteriology I in 5 M 1 I N i' ' """' N 1 l f'Wiw"- N 1. N I lil It ll fi N lm , ' P l Radiology A t , 5, it l f , ' ,rl Z, l I and l r' A , , JK? i l' E- lk ll- A th ' I ' tr lu i .H L nes eslo 039' . Eg ia rrr to ' Scott V. Covert Louis G. Jakovic John F- Roach Associate Professor Instructor Professor and Director Bacteriology Pathology and Bacteriology R0Cli0l09Y l ' V , -f l Q f - 'il 1. A will -wtv as X ,fill ,A l v t Q ' A, ,Q Dermatology .A - ' N 1 I Q, ll A l- .f'U'Jl'f. .fl l JM 1- - flxln-iii ,J .--4 .- ,f. Sgllsrv' iw, . 'is lll- .RN ffiifw ig Donald H, Baxter J, Gerard Converse Charles M. Landmesser Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Radiology Anesthesiology Anesthesiology A , l l 'iff'-Q, i s 4 .i . U-1! l ,,'- W xl .Nfl - r Psychlatry f ' , wr " i ll, it Rudolph Ruedemann, Jr. John G. Copeland Associate Professor ASSlSiGr1f Pl'0feSS0I' Dermatology Dermatology William H. Holt Professor ancl Director , if v it w X i ' i H.lBeckett Lang Basilia B. Lipetz Lenore Sportsman Irving S. Dribben Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor f ' 190- ' Walter A. Osinski Associate John D. La Tendresse Instructor - Frederick D. McCandless Associate fi Richard T. Beebe Reuben J. Erickson Simon Propp Professor and Director Associate Professor Associate Professor KH vs John F. Filippone John A. Lyons Frank M. Woolsey, Jr. Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor .-3 'fo'-.A Irving Gordon Alben M, Yunich Nathan F. Fradkin Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assisfvnf P"0fe550f Medicine Thomas F. Frowley Associate Professor vi, , 4 'L .a r 112523 C. C. Nuckols, Jr. Associate Professor Dicran A. Berberian Assistant Professor 1 : , fi , .,.., y , . if 4 l 5 K ' ,Q U y ,N it U i of sf A A sili g i William C. Maguire William H. O'Brien John K. Meneely George. W. Hemstead Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Instructor r- f jitflirf, i iff AS ' A " ' iii Ralph W, Reynolds John E, Kiley Jay D. Mann Raymond Harris Instructor Instructor lrlStrUCTOr A5SlSfUf'lf Surgery 1 ', Eldridge Campbell J. Lewi Donhauser Stanley E. Alderson Professor and Director Professor Associate Professor 5 150' Henry H, Hun '- Emerson C. Kelly Arthur Stein W. Brandon Macomber Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor t ' Win lui l' , -,,.,Y ,V Y., . Pelham Glasier Assistant Prof I F Q LW , , i ' r 4 John C. O'Keefe Instructor ,Q--rj ' .1 . ,.- r 7 13 H' Y W. li John C. McClintock Michael J. Stapleton Robert D. Whitfield essor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor J A . in r X Q . vial , q ...,r1 .iw ' ' A . f G. Rehmi Denton Phillip S. Van Orden Allan Stranahan Instructor Instructor Instructor M M Morris Alpert Instructor William A. Mil Associate Prof Urology T. 'T .1 b , Campbell John E. Heslin Crawford J. Assistant Professor Professor and Director Orthopedic Surgery John W. Ghormley Associate Professor and Director Orthopedic Surgery Urology X . Neurology YQ J J' i' ner Robert W. Graves Samuel M. Tarnower essor Professor and Director Assistant Professor A 'u-.-- Thomas M. Drislane Herman E. Hilleboe J. Garth Johnson Robert F- KOVUS Instructor Professor and Director Associate Pl'0feSS0r Assoclme Professor Preventive Medicine and Preventive Medicine Clrld Prevemlve Mediclne and Public Health Public Health ' PUbIlC Health 5 Q H Pedlatrlcs St JJ-.. Gilbert Dalldorf Foul R- Pvfterwn Otto A. Faust Professor Professor and Director Professor Pathology and Bacteriology t w 4 Q .re Arthur C. Swartz Ethel G. Cermak HUQI1 F- I-GCIIWY JOIWU E. GCIIFIOV Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor ASSISTCIHT Professor . 1 .rv V 6 3,x,x:L .4 V 1 Qty! n' if r 175' I 2- yi ? lf- 43 tw , y ' C" my PF I ' M I 4 ,i X , ,., , 41 -L-177i'4:V i ,, '..z55!5 Harry D. Eastman Thomas I.. Rider Beniamin M. Volk Geor e J. Righter 9 Instructor Instructor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Otolaryngology Otolaryngology , ,J ,- A ff... 1 "J tra! 1 - Yi an Nr' I l ,324 - ' 1 V A is Lewis W. Barton Edward Brandow Harry V. Judge Walter C. Mott lf1Sfl'UCf0f lnstructor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Of0lf1l'Y"'90l09Y Otolaryngology Ophthalmology Ophthalmology Obstetrics 1, ' Q . A 4. and ' at Gynecology ' 4' ' I Arthur J. Wallingford Thomas O. Gamble Edward P. McDonald Professor Professor Associate Professor H is 3: , Q ,I 3' 1 S ,t , 17" I- ' .5-".. ' , q, V I 9' .Qjff s. 'a l-Yle Az Sutton James H. Flynn John G. Hayes Arthur Hengerer Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Paul Schultze, Jr. Siegfried Klinger George L. Tully 5UVe"l0 B- Maslflafmi Assistant Professor Assistant Assistant ll'lSTl'UCTOf ,lx 'X 'lg wi' -.PAA ' .1 "1 1,11 ". . . and I say pass 'em all." "Christian Science Reading Room 'iii .5 ' 81 u 3 X il W F4 K 1 I , m, 1 Vi 4511 . Q e f .. 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Recipe for baked Lacassagne Tissue comm1Hee J" 1 1. Z ,, i -if V Hesser and Guesser :mmlwmmn William W. Fellows ALBANY VETERANS Manager ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SI ,g . .353 ,kfg , Walter F. Harrison, Jr. Assistant Chief, Surgical Service John A, Nelson Chief, Surgical Service George M. Shargel Chief, Urology Section ca 49 Richard B. Bean 4921 Stanton K. Livingston Chief, Professional Services Assistant Chief, r f v ' x,,Q. i l ,. ls 'H C ' 1f I if ffl 1. 'X f'F5'1-ff Lx , ,pix Ernst A. Kopp Chief, Otorhinolaryn- gology Section Professional Services David I. Schwartz Chief, Orthopedic Section Robert H. Ward Chief, Ophthalmolog Section Henry M. Drotz Chief, Neurasurgical Section John A. O'Hern Chief, Thoracic Surgery Section Thomas L. Piazza Chief, Anesthesia Section ...1 : . -F- -r -' P, - ' 1 . , - . - Q A A' V VV if -' ' Q , ' ri. 1' 5' , '. wr ,,, . . ,v 4 ' f . If ,QW A ts. t tt mr- it I' xc, V. J 375: ' l ' ' ' A W -A' J, NXUEII., 1- 4. I "V J , l . t . hy., ,l 5: f-39' f 1-,ff ? 'li l 'ff ' its?Il,.4-1223: f' Vw' 'f n Frank M, Woqlsey William P. Nelsor III Leonard B. Rose Donald W. Drew David L. Hoffman Chief, Medical Service Chief, Metabolism Section Chief, Cardiovascular- Assistant Chief, Cardio- Assistant Chief, Cardio- Renal Diseases Section vascular-Renal Diseases vascular-Renal Diseases Section Section 1 " , . . N, , is 5"w ' ' 95 1 ' It D l x li K4 7 1: .,, if y ' ir 5: ll if f 23112, -. Q A 1 iii" ' 'XN Ti"lif" 1 Q Cha,-les A, Hull John M0585 Maurice Hutchins James H. Cullen Edward Wh0len Chief, He,-nmoiogy Secgion Assisfgm Chief, Chief, Gastroenterology Chief, Pulmonary Diseases COOFCJIDUTOFI TeGChH19 Hematology Section SGCHOF1 SBCTJOI1 Program Marion Loiseaux Internal Medicine lan C. Funk, M.D. Chief, Neuropsychiatric Service Y X X 4 i I I 'II x, - Edwin Kessler Internal Medicine 'I 'N ii ri. - I I ' z?.:J'3'1l::. f ' 4 .-'- I -.Q-.vw ,-. ,hh Lf I. , 31,3 x l if 3 I 1 ' ,9"i?f I I . A gf If I f .1 T I -1 J' F I I s 'il "lv i . Y k"1N,f.,. , - i.-if .' ' f , tiff.-f Iyilrrlr wlllm L V. Paul A. Rothenberg, M.D Staff Psychiatrist "They think they're whales." IH 'i" ' illu V . F 1,4 Q I. 'if Q X ,ji gi .il n i" "" Wifi ., ix . X- yd -I ,' If F' fi' . N A Harold R. Hanson Internal Medicine STAFF PSYCHIATRISTS Leonard Rockmcre, M.D. Thomas H. Gilmour, M.D. Leo Shatin, Ph.D. Chief, Clinical Psychology Section Earl X. Freed Clinical Psychologist Manvel Aronson Clinical Psychologist Philip R. Hastings Resident in Psychiatry SURGICAL RESIDENTS George J. Digman James H. Roe D. Bonta Hiscoe Thomas l. Longworth, Edward O. Goodrich Stephen S. Sgambati Martin E. Smith Walter G. Gobbel, Milton Olf William A. Whyland, Robert J. Suozzo James H. Cleary Edmond J. Fitzgibbon Eugene Gottlieb, -Plastic Surgery MEDICAL RESIDENTS John A. Vosburgh Raymond C. Haas Edward Nolan Paul E. Reeves George L. Marthy Sherman Gates James Greene Peter Lansing Patrick McCormack Robert Sandroni Walter Wartonick Fred Wood James Purcell XJ: .9 il I ll ' -'Ii - wi I qt , csv.. V ' .11 5 Q' -fl. , .f' JI- I .s ':'-- 5-' -fd 2 .lk V. '-,if V " L lllil LT, -., li?" 2 H I "'f-. 'f' Il - ' . I ,.If..ZET'If K 2 " "'i'U i5'V ,f '1 " I f I . QL I -4 I I ll fel The tasters, - or why Mitl1ridates'died old. avi' Pre-operating room Ii I, I jj! ' I. I It 35 ' I 23 'l ll 1 ' Xl-fx l' w ' 1 Al li., -'ff X 7 K 7 ill 3, v in l KEN! Q f l v. , X l lm . we A XL x 4 'Ma W L-QNWW ' n l . 1!'5XtSX 7, 1 ig l I N ' 'Kim -A iq Q lit gay, 4, Cy5l0SC0PfL,!lj Physiology Final -ax. ll Thafls U good one, Ken.,, A we M23 :gig I 6'-'ye' X W henlpqy ever b ' ' 'L y Ody P0ys, Panel Program Q' x il - sz 1, 4- Hole and Hearfy Folded Farrell S , I -ll OflSIl- .ly 1,1 and grasp af NNOW I reo1Cl'l UP Bored qv of pireciors X,-r .X , lf's besi by fasfe-lest panel. 'Y Ab CX 0 x sg 9' QQ 5 S2 in Eg' mg, ' " . X2 0 f ,ggi I1 8 7 ' Xf ,1 ro XS" Xh-l,W,,f'V '4f':' I U' 9 2' ff.-in 1 Graduates 5 i 'X V ' " " HERBERT PATRICK ADAMS Spread Eagle Colony Strafford, Pennsylvania A AB., Amherst College, 19449 Nu Sigma Nu The Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr, Pa Rotating EP rm' ' ,A 'bf f1"".,.ff' 'if ll " Four years, two by two sliding into long days and late nights The lingering slick of caalcwer fat spotting many clean white pages Red-eyed hours of microscopic vision back in the beginning Purples and red of a loan collection, all organs represented . . . GERALD ALTSCHULER 222 South 9th Street Brooklyn ll, New York B.S. Wagner College, 1950 t A.O.A. Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn Medical 26 N f u .Y FRANK ARCHETTI t pm it gt .wt it it t .gt ,ilggt-W 3444 White Plains Rd. Bronx 67, N. Y. Sampson College l A.B., N. Y. University, 1950 Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, N. Y. x . s . X in The useful uselessness of myological rninutae or vascular channels Brain sections in diferent planes or angles, thick or thin Timeless flow of concentration and a single word finally saicl Precipitating escape from the reality of medicine to life .... FRANKLIN H. ASHBY, JR. 417 So. Lake Ave., Albany, N. Y A.B., Hamilton College, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu Skull-1954 Albany Hospital A, Rotating l TL- f NORMAN R. BATES , , 209-01 42nd Ave. - V Bayside, Long Island, N. Y A A.B., Middlebury College, 1950 The Swedish Hospital, Seattle, Wash Rotating SILAS R. BEATTY Saugerties, N. Y. B.S., Union College, Nu Sigma Nu Albany Hospital Rotating 28 And the unwanted impatience of the drive to succeed Incredible mechanisms in liver function or kidney function Or the endocrine maze with all subtle interconnections Too-long formulae never intended for an ordinary memory . . 1950 LL.: ' Xu ,fu-3 AL N il: W t ill- 5355253 z ,um W 1 a 1 Eff tr- "' F --PX i DAVID BECK 221-05 Braddock Ave. Queens Village 27, N. Y. B.S., L. I. University, 194-9 Editor-in-chief Skull-1954 Student Council 1953-'54 Albany Hospital Medical I , ,, , X ., . :,.. , A:ii-is-it-, TGSQ nz-, - W W 71' ,,y:ff.i.5ifm 1 H V 1 ,- , H " Ui0..1,y'f5gag H H H. y '," . 33, N H I X fi,-11 25 1 ' ., Mag., J :A ' 'ii , 'vs ,ft T j,,kQj..2:l.i ' ly ull 4, Ill w ' M' .fwx - I H' ,. --my w W --ae "1 1 ,sau ,ir ml i ll 1 l ! 3 .111 am A l I ,. .ii 1 u ,v ga ,WI These two years of the plodding and the staltifying mire Overwhelming accumulations of erudite and esoteric facts Tradging the dim, long halls of previous knowledge Hardly daring to ask and never sure in answering . . ,QNX ROBERT JACK BIRNKRANT 365 No. Ogden Drive Los Angeles 36, California Ohio State University U.C.L.A. A.B., U. of So. Calif. 194-3 Ks 1 ,'l Al i D.D.S., U. of Southern Cal., College of Dentistry 1946 Los Angeles County General Hospital Rotating 29 1 1 lll, WILLIAM J. BOLAND K Hillcrest Road l Latham, N. Y. B.S., Siena College, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu Albany Hospital Rotating jr RUDOLPH F. BONO 1052 E. 9th Street Brooklyn 30, N. Y. B.S., Union College, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu Business Manager, Skull-19541 The St. Vincent Hospital, Surgical 30 4 ii Two years of the quick cloze and red-pencilleal underlines Anal the impatience of short-tempered diligence N ibbling word by word and page by page and book by book Copying in outlines and scrawling on small blank cards . . . New York City H New Enterprise Pennsylvania N u White Memorlal Hospital, Los Angeles, Cal. fa- xi' 'Fai' Tracing over the untlianked labors of unknown men with names Who first described or predicted or proposed or theorized Thereby making possible all books and all experiments And in twenty four months you were called doctor .... WILLIAM HENRY CONKLIN . - . 100 Eckerson Road ' Spring Valley, N. Y. B.S., Union College, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu Rotating W ,+ vi 5' St. Mary's Hospital, Rbches y 4' it ANTHONY s. coszneoso X 379 Park Place Brooklyn 38, N. Y. B.S., St. Francis College, 1950 l' Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn . Rotating The white coat now short instead of long and the goal closer Once wisdom was sucked from the text and spewed into tests But now wisdom in the repeated task and actual performance U nique look of wards and floors, conferences in the ojice .... JAY VICKERS DEWELL A y 8 Capital Avenue Delmar, N. Y. B.S., Union College, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu AOA Albany Hospital Medical 32 G MELVIN S. EHRENHALT CH 1 H" " 119 Pavilion Ave. A Long Branch, New Jersey A.B., Syracuse University, 1950 1 A.O.A. The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City I Surgical 5 A " X KT fW'l'i l H H ff ' - ' . , ff M, ' ' 5:55 J :GT r iff - f Q- 1' ' ' ' I ' o f it A wr :J H -. Q 'I A ., . , A , x 1,g.,'-li. ' A " f at X hw A . . 4 -. " ik -, ' " Q 23, ' '- S 5 w' X X I 11 1 l Y Y New patient doubled up on the table in the emergency room in pain Or lying bloody and drunk, slashed from a tavern brawl Or sitting up white-faced and nauseous Or grinding teeth and asking for a cigarette . . MARY JANE FINA 15 Ritchie Place Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Skidmore College B.S., College of St. Rose, 1950 A.O.A. Newman Club Ellis Hospital Rotating - K I ' 'Vi EDWARD GILLIE Q 848 Spring Ave. i Troy, N. Y. B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1950 Albany Hospital Rotating t A iw-.Q J, E Y 'SK I A Watching the interne cafeine-soaked with much co jfee Wondering how it feels to make the decision and what decision Sketching details swiftly and drawing conclusions at interviews The young person with tuberculosis, the drunk, the arthritic .... GERARD R. GNADE JR. 385 Morris Street va 1.I.g Albany, N. Y. W 55441 ., c H A.B., Hope College, 1950 A Nu Sigma Nil y S ' ' V Albany Hospital ' ' if f- vit' Medical y L t V ' 'fl cfe. it W W l 34 l -It r. I -w, N, '. -eh - fx: l V, . ,L ,iseliskg 1 A e ' 7:-57 L.. f N nk STANLEY L. GOLDBERG A " i " 1649 44th Street Brooklyn 4, N. Y. B.S., Long Island University, 19419 Skull-19544 Maimonides Hospital, Brooklyn Rotating i 41 The married woman with gonorrhea, the senile unloved uncle The pregnant woman, the child who needs vaccinating The virgin trying to be objective with the young externe Sounds of rheurny breath beneath the oxygen tent .... JEROME GEORGE GREEN 266 Ontario Street Albany, N. Y. BS., Brooklyn College, 1950 A.O.A. Associate Editor, Skull-1954 Albany Hospital Rotating I i Zi ,fi-6-,-iii L.. ..- ll HH Q x . ' i l 4 ' A fi e ffl? 'i'. hi!5'-?iiiT.Q42,, fl V . . . lu I '- ' ' ' .. lu ,. ,:v'- '-uf ----Y --f- ' in "' 'wi' - v' i' r w 5 Y , .- H 1 i ' ' . K . B , . , PETER M. GUIADA 37-15 27th Street Astoria, Long Island B.S., L. I.. University 1949 The New York Hospital Surgical Pathology appearing in laboratory examinations Fatal disease smeared under the hard black microscope Averted eyes of the psychotic, his detached stare Apathy and frustration mirrored in his reactions . -. . . KENNETH LEE HAMILTON 457 State Street Albany, N. Y. A.B., Dartmouth College, 1950 Student Council, 1950-'51 Associate Editor, Skull-19541 Nu Sigma Nu Lenox Hill Hospital, New York City Rotating- 36 lv--:f'6"1-rr - WALTER C. HANEWALD f . .. .W Hazen North Dakota ,xww X , Nx,, ,,3, i N w H H W H B.A., U. of North Dakota H i B.S., Purdue Univ. Grand Forks Deaconness Forks, N. D. Rotating Hospital, Grand l Ttt i ' " w J' Foolish mania of the euphoric, reflexes of the sullen addict Homosexuality of a particular male twenty-one years married Who found his wife clutching his best friend The twisted pain of splintered limbs and gross deformity . . 'I THOMAS v. HUNTER 'A ' 130 East Main Street Penn Yann, N. Y. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute I.. B.S., Franklin Sz Marshall ' Q College, 194-9 H l' Orange Memorial Hospital, Orlando, Fla i Rotating ,E 'ti M' " 11, v - L 2.-If ,ff - ' llf' "" .Q ,tim ., - ,-D if ,. AJ . - . w ,. ,, llw gg 1' ', vg JJ" if-,CJ Tl-H 4,4 i , . ,-f-'1-' ""1 G1 lffl A 1 -"' ' il ' Hx, 365' f....7'-F11 Q4 'A -Nj L ' -. xr ,Sul I .xx ,fs fl -F. ig 5 ' . -f 84,1 1 . 1 ' "T f f ' W ',. 11 -----", ' "f"f 1 x 55 3- ' ,ff -V "'f L. ' faq ' r 'L 'X 'Xu ' 3 .. ga, f elil 1 .f T' . --Y 1 Q. if u "-r I f - 38 l .M M. n M V 6, , HARRI H. JANSSEN ' 104 E. 15th Street Yankton, So. Dakota 1 B.A., Yankton College B.Sc. in Med., University of South Dakota ,, U Ellis Hospital Rotating Everpresent smell of disinfectant on some wards Nurses padding in hopefully with morning toast on the tray Quickly-appeased hunger of the acutely ill Bedpans and catheters, rounds made from bed to bed . . CLARENCE W. JORDAHL, JR. 826 Park Street, Southwest ' Minot, North Dakota Minot State Teachers College 1947-1949 University of North Dakota 1949-1950 University of North Dakota College of Medicine 1950-1952 1 N Syracuse Medical Center Medical JESSE J. KAYE 644- Central Ave. Albany, N. Y. B.S., 19419, M.S., 1950 University of Wisconsin Pennsylvania State College Virginia Polytechnic Institute Albany Hospital Rotating ly l . U gh. L... xl. in r The walls of the maternity ward and the women laboring White lips and sweat standing out in blancheal beads The potent swell of legs agape in the stirrups, bellies swelled Sackling babe clawing or quietly sleeping .... JERRY J. LASSER 1159 E. 24-th Street Brooklyn 10, N. Y. A.B., Columbia Colle Boston City Hospital Medical S4 ge, 1950 1.,. ,, i H . , w. , y jj ... A '.'? JOHN c. LEAMAN ith y 7g 'i l " '+ -if fqf if-fa .X' . X1'1 i ln it .P 'ij 58 Brush Drive "WT Valley Stream, .N. Y. . , 'l A.B., Columbia College, 1948 l H, Nu Sigma Nu Ellis Hospital I Rotating ' va l will ww ll-' u V. 1 ROBERT P. LEATHER 20 Hedgeway Court Hempstead, N. Y. B. of Mech. Eng. Rensselaer Poly, 194-8 Columbia University Nu Sigma Nu Albany Hospital Surgical 40 Readying the syringe, hands on the bulging vein Elastic tourniquet pinching the skin, then the stab Blood in a test tube, dark red potential of life Watching the drip of Slujf from the intravenous bottle . . 1 5 J. PAUL LEONARD Morgan, Minnesota U. of Minnesota State U. of Iowa H U, 1 1. B.S. in Med., Univ. of North Dakota, 1952 St. Luke's Hospital, Duluth, Minn. Rotating It W" H rr. 9 1 W W lw- H LH- W The gory corpse with head split open and brain scooped out Or the body in the morgae life-like before autopsy Unnaturalness of an amputatecl arm or leg in a tray Sounds and coarse jokes in the autopsy room, the smell o it Ni' .1 ,nx- - x m- N-I WALTER LUIKART 89-17 97th Street A Woodhaven, New York ..,,' 17.1. I , ' ."- ' A.B., Columbla College 1950 ueens General Hosp1tal, Jamalca N Y Rotating n 1 Al, e Ea H 'E if. ' 1 '2 ,hid -16531 . 555 'Aw . ' i.j,Li, i:'. f 3- ha 1:9 -- ,MWV4 . Q 'gy ,f -. Q - '.w-if V: " 1. A W ,1'3w-H" W., A +3 4,4-K Yr' H W 1 fs 5 ji : , iT fx .. li 1--- w , on , . PAUL MORICONI 6 Manitou Street Rochester, N. Y. A.B., U. of Rochester, 1950 Student Council, 1953, 1954 Treasurer, Skull-1954, Rochester General Hospital ' Rotating Careful blunt dissection and long red slashes of the knife The impersonal pathologist probing at organs, hacking, cutting Diseinboweling clone by the assistant and slicing - Feeling the visceral cavity noting the contents individually . . . RICHARD G. O'LEARY 315 Parsons Drive Syracuse, N. Y. B.S., Holy Cross College, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. Rotating 42 MARK F. ORTELEE 'T Ti R 130 Beresford Road , , Rochester 10, N. Y. A.B., Univ. of Rochester, 1951 A.O.A. Pres. Student Council, 1953-'54 St. lVIary's Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. , Rotating l X The look of freshly cut liver, lung or muscle under the lamp Different is the cool impersonal operating room, somewhat tense All but hidden under sterile green sheets lies the patient Dull green uniforms and the peculiar hum of anesthetizing machines JAMES J. OTTO 22 Putnam Street Albany, New York B.S., Siena College, 1950 Albany Hospital Surgical In w, r, v , C, is 'H w 1 r ' CHARLES EMANUEL PAYLIK t , 1396 York Ave. New York 21, N. B.S., Wagner Memorial College, 1950 Orange Memorial Hospital, Orlando, Fla Rotating . 1 The anesthetist watching gauges and the bottles armed with tubes The surgeon talking and probing quickly, snipping cool as ice Going to the journals in the library, writing a paper Feeling and doing with unlearned hands and fingers . . JOHN ROBERT PAYNE i 1 R.F.D. Canaan, N. Y. AB., Hamilton College, 1950 Albany Hospital Rotating 44 'T ir! 'FIV RONALD CHARLES PEETS 335 Morris Street Albany, N. Y. B.S., Univ. of Notre Dame, 194-8 M.Sc., McGill University, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu Undergraduate Council 1950-1952 St. Lawrence Hospital, Lansing, Michigan Rotating ,,. Z- Copying the best of the experienced men, ignoring pitfalls Watching, listening, talking, arguing, wondering, speculating Four years of your years, going past two by two Immediate goal the munificent sum of an interne's salary . . ,.7...... , , , , , 1 H A ., KATHALEEN C. PERKINS 21 Brunswick Road Troy, N. Y. B.S., Russell Sage College, 194.7 Western Reserve University Columbia R.P.I. Student Council-1950-1954 Albany Hospital Rotating i WM. MCCAMMON PUGLIESE I 60 The Crossways Elsmere, New York A.B., Siena College, 1948 University of Bucknell University of Hawaii Nu Sigma Nu Undergraduate Council Skull-1954 ' A .K Albany Hospital F urther goals in all fields and specialties And only once at the very end the sense of time The sudden belonging with classes of every year since the start Other men waiting to take your place, others waiting for them . . THEGDORE B. PUSCHAK 129 East Phillips Street Coaldale, Pennsylvania B.S., Penn. State College, 1948 . The Lankenau Hospital, Philadelphia Rotating DEWEY ROBBIANO, JR. A f 155 Old Palisade Road ' f yy Fort Lee, N. J. i B.S., Rutgers University, 1950 A.0.A. Nu Sigma Nu 1. .. t aa , 4 -- aa- 1-. -HH H 2 at-i2':M ' .VH Albany Hospital Rotating , 1--K. . 12.-it Xa, ,lx-av' J ij .3-AJ: aff., M Us lf V 2.-fi, Y .,'ii'2QQ Vg, ' BW M2 . 1 'v vf' , v tl A thousand waiting to be selected by the hard-pressed committee The inevitable few who fail during their span of student years The select group where mediocrity still flourishes All fumbled together lie the words and pages of these four years . . ' "IF""fT1 PAUL JOHN ROSCH 324- Woodworth Avenue Yonkers, N. Y. Brown University I A.B., M.A., New York University, 1948,1950 Nu Sigma Nu Literary Editor, Skull-1954-, Schering Award, 1953 The Johns Hopkins Hospital Medical as 47 GERALD ROSS 764 Scotland Road Beth Israel Hospital Newark N J l "' 'XVV J EJEQEQ-1-.,gA South Orange, N J .-fi fl H i A.B., Syracuse Unlverslty 1950 'E v -' A.O.A. l I, , Rotating it tt. . qv - w A 1 , J--4 ,-4 l Lffzgigif f' .flex 1 ' Pilezl haphazarclly lie the events of your routine lwes And in the city and the country and in homes and hospitals People are waiting for you hopefully. STEPHEN B. SAUNDERS 20 'Glen Street Alfred, N. Y. A.B., Alfred University, 1950 Student A.M.A. Class Treasurer 1952-1954 Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago Rotating f W , 5. .L ' 48 BERNARD M. SCHUMAN 148 University Ave. ll . Providence, R. I. A.B., Brown University, 1950 Schering Award, 1953 It fx, I X Edward I. Meyer Memorial Hospital, Buf- falo, N. Y. Rotating . WILLIAM EATON SILL, JR. 9 .lase Court Albany N Y 'R A B Yale Unlversity, 1950 A The ueens Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii Rotatlng use , X vw' w- 2, it ' fl JOHN V. SKIFF, JR. R.D. :ffl Castleton, N Champlain College Cornell University Nu Sigma Nu Albany Hospital Rotating FREDERICK PRESTON SNYDER 41144 Main Street Williston, North Dakota North Dakota State Agricultural College B.S. in Med., University of North Dakota School of Med. University of Chicago Clinics Rotating 50 WILLIAM C. VAN OST 50 Anderson Street Hackensack, New Jersey B.S., Union College, 1950 Nu Sigma Nu Albany Hospital Rotating 4 . 55 JOHN T. WILSON 78 Hudson Ave. Green Island, N. Y. P R.P.I. B.S., Holy Cross College, 19447 Nu Sigma Nu A Albany Hospital Va Surgical Y-J I L-Je.l ,,,l. i , . 5 O W N. Nkylis 1111 'ta 0 'G l 1012 5 . 45 f D1 p gnu!! 11" C vr - si r . 3453 5-Puammf 4 ef .1 I g if , , 0 J ' W ' E, Recorded Moments O 52 .ao we- I "and when she says . . ll V J fl .9 0,1411 .. lr: L I gnu' . Patient your docfor is ready." 1.14.---' n Visual diuretic ll 11 Looks like a polymysfic kidney Sink fest 53 'IL ge XX K "N l "Of course, we don'l expecf you io work offer 2 A.M.-buf . . ." J 5 5,3 6 and fhen Bill fell ol? fl1e cliff l lu :lF5y,i'?A. A - x K' fkx CaHeine conference 4 fi fl' fr' e l saws. 3:1 of if xkrii mu: T1 ...'Q , Qe -ex - .fe '1 W: -'v"iwW'w-f as Y I jg E j' - 221' R. ' -7 -,K -nf iv . e V ll ,L ' ' ' l. , 1 3 , The leer lhaf made Milwaukee famous "So you made rounds wifh Aaron." With Apologies to Ogden Nash The rabbit's dreamy eyes go dreamier As he quietly gives you tularemia The parrot clashes his hooked proboscis And laughs While dispensing psittacosis. In every swamp or wooded area Mosquito witches brew malaria We risk at every jolly picnic Spotted fever from a tick nick, People perish of bubonic To rats, its better than a tonic The hog converted into pork Puts trichinosis on your fork The dog today that guards your babies Tomorrow turns and gives them rabies Leishmania goes whizzing by Carried by the old sand fly While Onchocerca volvulus Employs Simulium as his bus The arnoeba shifts his vacuole With confidence in his control And if you wonder about Calabar swelling Loa Loa there is dwelling For good old dengue or yellow fever Aedes Aegypti is the receiver In relation to the house mouse mite Rickettsial pox is his delight I wouldn't be surprised if measles Was carried by Australian weasles QNO offense Tomy But, gentle readerg do not despair Or gnash your teeth and tear your hair Remember good old LCV Transmits itself more pleasantly. I ,, .1,1E f1.ii TT i 6' '15 A G 'A . X ' II Vein Uffempf "Who's teaching this course, Conklin Assume the child has a olybdenum deficiency m 5 ? "Who's gonna look ihis up?" , if 'Sharkey said fhere was a hole here." Now Wifh H16 fhlfd l'lGflCl, YOU i Millie Wrote a billet-doux ,332 That said "Billie do!" Billie tried But Millie lied And Billie didn't. ,swvu y K Pos!-op Dx: Cranio-rectal intussucepfion HH was beading G mome,-,f ago." "Kinsey said if was all righf? fl II 6,- ff? 42 9 v . Wm! .ctr-:f.?'g' r- 'fig-. alky- .f"'.'K . 'fm 5 gg v.-wil-.Lois 13... I ' fig' N tg--: Pe' ar, a :,,.:f3g5.!74" W., fr gg,51:.f:a . gr., D Uh.. :l Y - W" A '- -7' .5 ai, iii , e F. ,. -,lfj gig.: 'El114f1a'-',,..:,,G- 532441 lzw Wag2faw3Qgg5, W1 ,Se,, 1? " .. Br: ."4K5w- L--Q ' 1 ,QI "Somebody, call cr clocfor!!" Freudian archifecfure Y Jin J! I 0 2 'fr lk: P I ,ay ,A 1? , Kgx " Stewie and sfewdenfs . N - X is Cooking class This W. D., W. N. lcferlc male- Aifi ft Foncg The scholar wasn't fully marbled and quotations he often garbled. Once this couplet came to mind Ulf Winter comes--can offspring be far behind Q LQ I ev B, boilers ,I ,y i A I 2 I 4- Q 1.. 4 -rl I Lf 1 N I xt IJ 'q- ' Y ' ' ' X J' ? w A ' 1 1 1 X 'N X K "Speak English,George ou iwo didn'i learn anything so we're giving you a refund. E "Drug on Ihe markef" . w, .za --Wifi' r 1 DEFINITIONS alcoholic: a sufferer from bourbonic plague child: a stomach surrounded by curiosity chiropracter: one who kneads patients brat: triumph of mind over mater hiccough: a message from departed spirits obesity: surplus gone to waist pretzel: a biscuit with rickets vernal hyperpyrexia: a disease which causes the iron content of the blood to turn to lead and gradually settle to the lower extremities of the back sublimation: the substitution of one vice for another it YR, If Iiusfwf X A OB - Gin "From Ieff fo right: Bob - Beeb -4 Bob. it 11 fa,-ix I J 'Out domn'cI spot!" I 'Dig fha! crazy knob." 3 , -1 -I--1 U The Tympaniiic Five -'ffl "ll ill -- .J l ww 1 l M H vu W. X . re. l L' HW ll ' . , . l l V 'l' - - V H.. 25, 'V' ms! ' Edward Aitarian l Philip A. Becker ,V Wll' 1 .. I H ' ,. . John G. Bell, Jr. 1 P! Q -MEQA 1 W b Y, N: , Joseph L. Belsky f-f li ' 1 1' 771' " J ' l i .JV A 2 Q 51 15, ' - X 1 .. f M .f ' A- b . .'... ,1.'l v 'll ' A V. . l I Thomas V. Casey James J. Cassidy, Jr. Robert P. Conlen Robert C. Dyson James F. Early Robert D. Ellerson Bernard A. Eskin Leon Felfman l, -W W Richard W. Blide John A. Briffing, Jr. l ' ui X 1 . W 3 l ll l ,r .. . 5 S5 NNI V l l l . ff. 'Pf ll u.J, W H. ufi ' 'J Lewis N. Cahill .See J ll llf cm d H. c Ay! I Ol' USEY Class J 15? f' l r my X 4 l . . rr J 'V 41 "'f.:J!l"J1 .X .1 .Zia Y --,Vg-Ei 1 ' "'f-'ff-f'f'.l: , -475- l f 1 1.4. -, A ,.., N H ... .3 we n. ir Joseph R. Gobriels Charles A. Golyon, Jr. Stafford W. Gedge Alfred M. Gomez - '-W 4, W w P 1 .5-,. A ', , - 7 if ,V . Li' F i . V, i sr lx A mil w F we i 1 'C EEE . , ,-.ftizinlijpg .4 Q ef . LQ- Q 'rl , . ' . tv, W Ii ex. 1 ,t also 5 V V i K ,N - 3 'Vi 1 .'g"l . ' 'Y .fri ,u William H. Jameison A A, I. ' iff-P-2 rug . ,L ' ' , r' 11, 'W' Richard L. Johnson ,,m,l'l..i wg ff . V ZYLEFQ .ei r ' 'L i " ' ' Paul K. Jones b, .,J'?,..4 S ...gg FIX f Herbert Kaplan .L-21, .. 'EEK K 4. 1 f f 1955 V l lm Q66 J 'I ll: ll ig' lf' l 'll' ll l J.. .H-X: V. W FW 213. 1 ' '. TF. F' V ' 1 V . , ,,,,. , ,.- , H. 'fe-rq..:f ., - V . ,.. ., 'N I - gg. 4: . '5..5...L.:2 EV" .' V I nf. if W' is Vi'V ""l"...,u 'lil li..gQf"1" WL V zr was +23 Arnold L. Karsch Gusfin T. Kiffney, Jr. Henry J. Kinosian John M. Lanigan John C. Lathrop Victor J. LoCicero William G. Macinfyre Michael G. Melas X ' x ix -. ' '. 4. if ' v 'E' N li ' . 14+ " -I I X 43513 x X :Sq A l . l ij ,fir X , k. Q .Q I I I Rf Tlnllll Vw' v 6 2 0 . Aw, "r 'V f, we . 4.'.- 1 , y in ' , .,, M 'Q'- iff' ws . , i ,i '-lf .f ff: J Wilson C. Tooker John A. Vineif Richard A. Wagner f f r 1 ,nfl I .. A. . 'U is. LA , e , 1 Frank Miller Bruce R. Mills Peter P. Morgan Calvin P. Nylander Luiher W. Pearce Fred M. Pierce John H. Ring, Jr. Seymour D. Rockoff Gail A. Rogers James C. Rumbold Page Sharp John S. Tanner NOT PICTURED George L. Beharry William S. Cooley William H. Meyer, Jr George A. Stepanian ' - ww . ,W , -' H , w , , ww ' ' ,- ' ww " " m, M M' , H G' w ff' Doctors, junior Grade "Now boys and girls . . ." 3 x ' 1' Q J- Nu Sigma Nu picnic I A - ' ..'5v - -mf W K 'ver I u x , v- ' "H .wr , , F' -1 Y - I 1 'fe' ' 5 782 U 5 N G vu N Y L UTGH uhm.. 9724, ChU9'U"U9 Luke warm N!'U' 54 ri 71 ' ,gi ii if W A i ,iw-.Q 'fd it i i ,,, --J I 3 -v- . .- V I 1-2 Q f g '- The Gravida Five "We were here firsf!" X I rt, 'fig ji . Y- .V V- - -AC Nu Sigma Nu picnic --: if 'T 1 I V 4 'l , i .-3 2-:ff ' f Sk f ii Charcofs friend .'4: i ,I 'gh iii 51' Jn, AA ' 1 Earl Where's Bafes? Hjlar Dance 3-Q ff2'3fnf,22:..,y. r YF' .. Honor system gf- K33 .E 1 X92 if K , J ------1-at I Q 1 I .t. fa -'vp-13 """J'fil xx v ff' 4, ,.. . .. 1 if. .9436 6 . 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' - . :Y ' li L., r 1 5 QP I X ., Q .. 1' NX 1113 A' 1 W' " H 'B ' . 1 H xr 'N C- x . iv . L, , v ,+ , .1 f fp ' . v M X . 4. ll W. ,'1 I - .,.!.. ......,. 1 ,vs ..- , . . . . nf..'..f:rso:-45 22 Arnold A. Bank John H. Bowker, Jr. Frederick R. Brandlin Harry H. Browne Robert G. Chaloner, Jr David Corn Paul Davidson Kenneih A. Deifcher .fi ' f 'ff' A l ,. William v. Kinnqrd, Jr. ll , 1 l Frederick W. Knapp Gerald M..Kotzln fr In A tl X Peter C. Linton '-I ' ' J' .Q 1 , I T 1 .1 A 'f-.l14l ff 'Y V V . ' all J" 1 W fj 'K ' ' ' J Fl J A J "IH A 1,1 Q 'I .1 rx .7131 llqfaimv ' -' '- QT' -- 54163 '31 "QW: Elf i'wl'j.1.ii5'sl lLfQ'f.Q. . 4.l.....Ll Lg. ."...il' - .H -.-E ly '47' --ni ' 1 tif! Til A ' 1 1- 111 -11:1 1 'V ' 3 . .alkyl - ,-J . if 1 swf. 117, William E. McMahon ,-q 1 John J. O'Br1en, Jr. lgmgelgn ,1-5151217 141 1111, 5,35-1.-Y .- William A. Petersen .1-:111jM3,lE5 . 11+f..-: . .gill ya- Napoleon J. Pmckney ,,n-13, y Q .,- 1.-gi , ., , 1' .L 1 1113, ,11 I '1 111g-531' 1:..'1,f'1 px 111-:V .Tm 1 1 51.15 1 1956 1 -'P-J' NN ' . 1 1 . Ai mll I 4 111 J rx 2 . 1 ,, 3 Q .. f ' ., 1 f f vii, I X' -1 '- .., C z wl- F 'Q 'ii '56 . QA: N. rv- t "vu W My X xi' ' l J 1 .-. .1 ' -..-.gd .. .1 5 , L L A1 5 .13 1 . 515 11 J l Y , x Mt N yr.. -SE eh., 'EH ww' " .112 In if , - J I 'H 5 nr'-5-. . . .,,, -- gm.. - .1 .'.S:.-.- -1 wp., ! . :gt ,L -1.-,1 1 . 1 Q f ? La ea, ' Yr ! 1' :ala . iff' l 1 7 ,Q ,-4,5 fi is Q - V.: . F 1 1 1 '-an-0 , I1 4 - . 5 r- " f' M51 1-1 'LA 1 fr. A L- 1 ,.1 , .Li 3, -513' 1"1-if 1 ' l?g5L:1kft'Qr, 1 f 'ii l'mif2l f J J lx 115.3 1 "L 2 F' ,A .ZY Avg xufc "' 1 J 1' i . 1 -E721 Xf L V mLSv!??V.1 HA, dia x .L :LJ V ,le ,.1. Q gi U1 056 1 l l f lt IT.. 11, , gs ,, '.. -1 l ll ll 1 1 'Nr N 0 U tl: 51l,"H 'L' HTL: M 1 vi. fl -dn 4 11 1 11 Xe f - Robert H. Randles Lawrence H. Rockland David M. Rosenthal Henry P. Sengelmann Vincent E. Slomin Judson D. Speer Robert A. Stoller James F. Strazzeri E. Lawrence B. Tillis Arthur J. Wendth, Jr H. Peter Wintrich 'Q Q L5 'C F- '43, UP 'A Robert F. Yates of-"" is' Q-of X . : Til'i1' u W Q jr' ' NOT PICTURED Boris M. Astrachan Paul P. Carbone Charles A. Ellis Thomas J. Kiernan Gordon F. Lewis James T. Maher Robert P. Neuhaus Catherine J. Pfeffer George E. Reardon Richard O. Schullz John H. Seaman William C. Sleigh? Orazio R. Zumbo As the microbe passed thru the filter He said fwith expression painedj HI greatly fear From what I hear Our relations are getting strained." X i, I C E 4. w u L I 1 i IM I n ' uk ,--11 , ,y V Q,, 3. UL J .f' 5,l ,,-: T3AL 'ff L 74 154, F if W1 W .. QQ Nl hiv-iPf'?i'Ug. N .. I ' 1 A . 13, Y fd X X , 'H N xxx x X , 151 J l L- R 1. XX js- 1 E Ji nw 2 V ,e A . ..- lv. 5,555 ':r-.,, ."'-M I., xl,-V -a, KN X lg ' Art I, , s 2:15 Y. 't lT:.,h','wAV:.a L , mt-Mlhi . V ,wi X ., , lk 3 fi ,R , T e w w., li i. N H? ri F lg s.. ' fzj ,. T- . rf-V , V, ., , K J 1 iii A WF, 5 ' v.'V nfl - 'V ew 'V P i 1" ,a 'Q , E y 3 ., Pl-M ""AN 5 w ' ' V75 E ,144 mfg' hm rf' ,ff 4 , 05 ,E ' 1' ,Xf- jeff 3: J -- 1 J Y iff 'ET ii 1 'J-. C . X , -m'f.Gf" J .XfAgQ:QfZ.w , Cr - 'UUE' . amz-mm: f'rv ,. V -' 1fw,,x:g4 ivy. pm ,gsefgv .51 : '...- J ..,, . .,. ,. . . X. l r Q 'll l flu " gp . 'll ' . t ..t'.. -J. ' A fzgggsllt . .5 .... -. X XX alfa , ii, 'N -rr if J4- E?-' , ,J ,. J. X555 " l Ah: 1 MJ g 5 r '-. f.'z',:1 ':.3..':.. tt 'Il X 'lil ' .. 'X John Condemi Robert D. Corwin George A. Cuttita Hurry A. Dailey Richard M. Darling Barry J. Fenton Joseph G. Fink Arthur F. Flatley, II 76 . f , .sit ' 1'-4' V ' J - 5-' '-,,,s?: 'fm "T"j755EQ"f:x- . ff-.Z -. """iP"9'4" ' W1 .tv 1,P ... 'ff 124, A A an :AEE I? . '. ... ...XX la , H: -, : lfiifid. l nL'l X"X 4 " f' . WX , 7 I J vw.. 1, fi. Q X . Xvjlf XXMXXX. - KL . lv 'J 22' 14' - lf!-fiie ' l " Fil ' .-. '- -71? A I , N I All UC l l ' " A . x.. C xl lv 472,73 X 1 X.-47 lla-X,lFF.f' 'lv tg, :' . 7 5 X in th, ,"J' , .. 41, hr.. . , X. .7 X ""Wf. lijilfzfli Hi : X 'li :lim . A ag. Elf? Li?-it . L an F X .XX ill I 1 Aw 1 .X 4 Hl llr. mf '1,4- v .X XMX ,.X .27 . X ,I l:XX iam nu f ' 1 ' ' '9 lg? 1X '. Vgx e . lf 1' MQ i. :XIX 00 ' fglgwlnl- l lf .. 44.131 ' c l , .gl oi9.i X1 mink. 2351 flu Ml,-XXX. 'X if, EEE' I, X, .4 el w I G 1 Herbert A. Bartholomew, III Eric W. Best Marvin B. Blitz , . . . Wllllam A. Afrlcano L I ll X . x. X 4-ax Cenie C. Cafarelli Lennart A. Carlson John A. Corriere Saebert L. Chamikles Class - . 'fl' ll "7!'3,vll XX" -XXXXM ' ' - l I We . . . t Ml l ' J ' 1. tif: fl it -. . Q . qt .ll J ' , lf. tem..-'IK T5 T ' " 'j ' ,ll .- Fri. " '- 1 P .. '.X,. X . JI 'E 6. ' , J-4. .- , . .TL . l-" " J L UC. 'yi' hg QLLCE1 in X X ' .l I ' r. .. ' L .N .' A ff.. . . . X Q, 1 .. ll . f . ff! .2-We . ie-P2312 v XJ' " if' L " L.. I.. . Oalcley M. Frost Rollin M. Galster 1 ' J .M . ... 1 Arthur T. Gorman, Jr. li " Henry K. Hassircliian My atwfl l nv-5" ,, I.. .. E - ,, ll U ,, .N t E.. tl ,t H H H . Q, . I X.- 1 4.1 A "RH r 3 ,M J U, 1 .1 . F . . V if .. ,. gl L l W J. .5 V.. "Ev'xyg . L A., t +7 .,-.14 t.l,.-.,, ,, Q ,lv P, ' , N 5 -I Q., 1 , - , . . . ,.,. X. . . Nt f t ,..f'9l..--vvgH,..t.i'5'- . jUz,a.U ":fu'ltl'h f.. -E ,J J ,.,, .N . V, N James A. Hogan ' 'I A . ., Joseph C. Honet f .w:.,pmW.1..l. ' IFE-T-f., ' . ' " .zz-1. 9:5133-gwi,.QpfQ1u xt ,"'i-. it L11 ,k,, , Ralph J. Kaplan 'mf F34 J " V .llflfgzllyl if lv'-ll V 4"3-'+E3'qi.?51Ggff.g1.i Q -' . Joan V. Kelsch X IME., -ll 195 , 11,9 wiflwxwig l L L. fu ' V: Glenn D. Kinns '- 1 '- H l Robert J. Lomb .,?,5Qtg James R. Kennedy I we fi V -: 1 l J .Q 1 'lg fi N' . ' , John I. Larkin f' 1 :1Jgf.j 5 E 1 gl egg 1 of w.9l.efw Zllf., 'Hg ',, ' lbw' " J 5' ? I r, -. -V . Q- . .tw '-lik - 'W -' ' ,K ..1 . K 'z L fixgkf l - mu. . ' N -31 "V ' 'fir f3lt7l1'y'. 'I ".1."M ffl '5l'9"- 11 ' x. les 4- H - if' . Leonard H. Leviton Leonard S. Lustgarten John C. Maisel Emonual Mirel 77 A? t :Q W .T , . .. 1 l . l tyi 'X J 4 . Joseph G. Schultz David L. Siegal Paul Skok Ernest E. Sponzilli Terry A. Terzakis Thomas J. Weyl, ll 78 Jonathan C. Mosse Robert D. Nani David Pankin fi- ' . Q1 John A. Poggi ' ...av Kathryn D. Randolph Robert C. Rosan Wilbur C. Rust Martin L. Schulman if 2 1 X x NOT PICTURED Walter E. Farin Donald L. Farrell Myrtie C. Fisk Pasquale J. Fugazzotto Robert W. Graham Hans F. Holzapfel Howard H. Kloth Elizabeth W. Morris Richard R. O'Neil Kenneth L. Pratt Margaret H. Riley Sam C. Tacci Robert C. Yates 11' l . We are the frosh. Some of us have stars in the eyes. Some of us have steel in the will. We are the frosh. We are the swimmer and the sinker, the tortoise and the hare, the honored and the also-ran. We are the frosh. We came here by choice, or we were too scared to wait, we chose hastily or we chose objectively, or we heard from friends, or we were impressed by the interviews. Or none of these. We are the frosh. We Worry about our grades, about our dates, our chances in marriage, our draft boards, our families, about the books and the tuition, about the harrying pressure, about what is happening to ourselves. We are the frosh. Some of us look forward to high powered cars, some to high society lives, some just to high grade practice-if we graduate. We all won't graduate. We are the frosh. We are young, smart and soft. We wear glasses, our shoulders droop, our skins are not tough. We eat less, and smoke more and get drunk on occasional weekends. We are the frosh. We come from many schools and several states. We are short and tall, fat and slim, man and woman. We trudge doggedly in the footsteps of the unknown and the known hundreds who came before us, and more will follow us. We peer through microscopes, we squint at thick books during late hours, we move long forceps from structure to structure. We fight overtly our own private wars, strong and personal, we push our pens and bite our lips. We curse and smoke and drum our fingers upon the examination tables. We are the frosh. Left fo right, front row: John S. Tanner, David Beck, Paul Moriconi, Kathaleen C. Perkins, Mark F. Orfelee, James J. Cassidy, Jr. Back row: William V. Kinnard, Jr., James C. Rumbold, Gerald M. Kotzin, Wilbur C. Rust, Stephen B. Saunders, Lawrence H. Rockland, Sam C. Tucci, John Condemi, Oakley M. Frost. Undergraduate Council President .. .... Mark Ortelee Recorder . . . . .James Cassidy Treasurer . . . .... John Bell ACTIVITIES The Council has been instrumental in creating and organizing the following: Q11 Student Lounge. Q21 Christmas Dance. Q31 Spring Dance. Q41 Student Faculty Meeting on Curriculum. Q51 Year Book-Financial aid and organization of Year Book Committee. Q61 Field Day. Q71 Freshman Handbook and orientation program for Freshmen. f STUDENT MEMBERS STUDENT MEMBERS 4TH YEAR Gerald Altschuler Mary Jane Fina Melvin Ehrenhalt Jerome Green Jay Dewell Dewey Robbiano Mark Ortelee Gerald Ross X. ll Nu Sigma Nu Nu Sigma Nu is the oldest undergraduate medical fraternity in America. There are at least 43 active chapters in the United States and Canada. , It numbers among its distinguished members Dr. William J. Mayo, Dr. William H. Welsh, Dr. Harvey Cushing, Dr. William S. Halsted, Dr. B. W. Sippy, Dr. Elliot Joslin, Dr. Charles H. Best, and Dr. Alfred Blalock. Omicron Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu has been at Albany since 1899. President ........................................... Bruce Mills Vice president . . . . .William C. Van Ost Treasurer . . . . .William Petersen Secretary .. ..... John Lanigan Historian . . . . .Rudolph F. Bono K... Y in Lefr fo right, fron! row: Paul K. Jones, William H. Meyer, Jr., Joh'n G. Bell, Jr., Napoleon J. Pinckney, William V, Kinnard Jr. Second row: Dewey Robbianc, Jr., Rudolph F. Bono, Paul J. Rosch, William McC. Pugliese, John M. Lanigan, Bruce R. Mills, Edward Gillie, Robert Leather. Third row: Gustin T. Kiffney, Jr., Phillip A. Becker, John C. Lathrop, Henry P. Sengelmann, Bernard W. Housheer, William A. Petersen, Robert Sfoller. Fourth row: Joseph L. Belsky, Calvin P. Nylander, John H. Seaman, Arthur J. Wenclth, Jr., Richard O. Schultz. Back row: Robert H. Randles, James J. Cassidy, Jr., Silas R. Beatty, Michael G. Melas. 'Swv-' F". Left fo right, seated: Paul J. Rosch, Robert lamb, Oakley Frost, Agnes LeBednick, Doris Russell, David Beck. Stand- ing: Mark F. Ortelee, Robert Corwin, Bernard Eskin, Joseph Belsky, Robert C. Rcsan, A. Gomez, Richard Blide, Rudolph Bono. Skull Staff Editor-In-Chief-David Beck Chairman, Editorial Board-Paul John Rosch Associate Editors: Jerome Green, Kenneth Hamil- ton, Carol Jennings, Robert C Rosan, Mark Ortelee, Richard Blide Business Manager: Rudolph Frank Bono Advertising Manager: Kenneth Hamilton Business Committee: Oakley Frost, Agnes Lebed- nick, William Petersen, William Pugliese Secretary: Barney Hausheer Assistant Secretary: Naomi Hamilton Treasurer: Paul Moriconi 83 "Miss Monroe looks good in 3-D." 5 E -. . 5. ... ,, Y QI On! 'Nl Y' :ff n Ei .K ki ' H i I .Bn W' ,lim 'u -'FJ ' , le-JFWTF D, " V A W ' . J 1.1 ,.s, if iii I if . fl ' ea' ,M - .QQ '- H f '. E , ' if I, I 9 L I. Take a deep breafh and hold H. Leff fo righf, front row: Donald Rofh, Janet M. Bradshaw, Virginia R. Lemon, Jane F. Ryan, Alfranzo Brewer. Back row: Joann E. Scally, Sandra J. Hearsf, Mary F. Flynn, Jenny Bakker, Barbara A. Dingman. Absenh Lucia Kinney, Carol Archer. School of X-Ra Technology I nternns Left fo righf, fronf row: William H. Phelan, G-lenn A. Folmsbee, Phyllis O'Sullivan, Jacobus P. Vroliik, John R. Boyle. Back row: Kwang H. Cho, David C. Rees, Peier Vanace, Richard N. Fabricius, Robert Rosenthal. Residents Medical Residents-Leff fo righi, fronf row: Harry J. Pedlow, chief resident, medicine, Norma B. Granville, Bernard Beafman, Antoine Hani, Azad Vosger. Back row: Gerald B. Austin, chief resident, pediatrics, John W. Abbuhl, Geoffrey S. Andrew, Geroge F. Nolan. Interns Residents 86 Left fo right, fron! row: Keith McLoud, Ludwig Lefhmate, Surah S. Bhcutiu, Ibrahim T. Ural, William Kruger. Back row: Jasun Hyun, Frank G. Vanderhe-Im, Lincoln C. Freeman, L. H. S. VonMierop, Cornelius Konig, Pufrick A. Tsoi-A-Sue, Harold Gilberi, Morion Ainspun. Surgical residents-Lefr io righf, fronf row: Teodoro J. Luna, Musao Fujita, chief resident, anesthesiology, Thomas S. Reeve, chief resident, surgery, Ahmef S. Akclikmen, Paul W. Meyers. Back row: Audres Grisoliu Harvey M. Moral, Moses Wang. 5 1 Charles R. Barber Asst. Resident in Surgery Levon Bedrosian Asst. Resident in Gynecology Rajinder Bhatia Asst. Resident in Gynecology Albert C. Billard Asst. Resident in Surgery Donald J. Blodgett Resident in Radiology Antonio Boba Asst. Resident in Anesthesiology Satya S. Chatterjee Resident in Tuberculosis Chao-Jen Chen Resident in Psychiatry Gideon P. Fourie Resident in Obstetrics Albert F rischknecht Asst. Resident in Surgery Samuel Ghouralal Asst. Resident in Neurosurgery Eugene Gottlieb Fellow in Plastic Surgery Meyer Halperin Asst. Resident in Anesthesia James W. Harkess Fellow in Orthopedic Surgery John H. P. Holden Asst. Resident in Surgery Harold W. Lueders Asst. Resident in Surgery John C. Macaulay Asst. Resident in Pediatrics John E. Merzig Asst. Resident in Anesthesiology N-'32 House Staff Not Pictured Patrick M. P. O"Connor Asst. Resident in Radiology Geraldo Pedra Asst. Resident in Orthopedic Surgery Marion A. Puszcz Resident in Gynecology Americo Gonzales Ramos Asst. Resident in Surgery Rolf H. Scholdager Fellow in Cardio-Pulmonary Physiology Roger P. Situlin Asst. Resident in Otolaryngology Otto C. Steinrnayer, Jr. Fellow in Cardio-Pulmonary Physiology John O. Strom Resident in Neurology D. L. Sutherland Resident in Neurosurgery Tatsuya Tajima Resident in Orthopedic Surgery Mary E. Tessier Asst. Resident in Radiology Armand D. Versaci Fellow in Plastic Surgery .lgllq-R.gIXfestcgt2 Jr. Resident in Urologyr' Michio Yamamoto Asst. Resident in Anesthesiology Dida Fumiyoshi Asst. Resident in Anesthesiology Robert G. Ball Mixed Internship -Mitt Harlan P. Casavant 2 yr. Rotating Internship John J. Dapolito, Jr. Medical Intern Hendrick M. G. Doeglas 2 yr. Rotating Internship Linn H. Forster 2 yr. Rotating Internship Lincoln C. Freeman 1 yr. Rotating Internship Piero Gasparri Mixed Internship Thomas L. Hawkins, Jr. 2 yr. Rotating Internship Bettie L. Hines Mixed Internship Christian Kole 2 yr. Rotating Internship Johannes A. Kylstra - 2 yr. Rotating Internship Bangalore P. Lingappa Mixed Internship David R. McCubbrey Surgical Intern Fuad A. Mukhtar Surgical Intern Irving Ohr Medical Intern Joseph C. Pender Medical Intern Robert L. Raleigh 2 yr. Rotating Internship Frederick C. Sabin 1 yr. Rotating Internship Albert BS Siewers, Jr. I yr. Rotating Internship J, w 1 ... gn, X, if ., "Give her the check," How many admissions today, CO21Y?" Maid Marion fl Sv X PC? . 4+-Ziff, 4 , Q , .,,,. P I if 11 M . i' A as Hjoh,-,I what a thing fo say!" Patent pender Pediafric docfor Y 1 5 x K f' Qi N A J' , N 5? , x 1 . X Dr. B , .1 X L edrosian: BOY Gonocologis x 1 f Noie fhe signs of virilism. 'TK 5 fu F I. hf ""' ,, ' am The fhousand mile oil change? R ! YXQ? in A eE. R. ,f. ,A Who sold fr:-manual? T,' J-v, fSC?Q?jQ' X J 7 f v XX fx hp E1 l,:,,Z ' im , . I I .' V A '.? A' N! 1 ' ,K N ,iw QQ? W X43-. 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K Sli Xlg 'TX ' T A A in J4 gf! if E4 3- 'UV "n .1531 K .1 ,V E ks I 4 ,f X' T ,Y A , d x T 1 farm jk .l ' 31.6, ' YQ , f I 5,7 A K Pty. 'L""', 7, L ., . 'wif Ll 'Jil I H J L',.-e-- fl 8 X ' ik. A V - f ' 1- The Student Council School of Nursing Ass'n. Dr. Thomas F rawley- Dr. Paul Patterson Dr. B. Macomber Dr. John S. Hayes Dr. B. Lipetz Dr. Benjamin Norris Dr. John E. Heslin Dr. Henry Hun Dr. Theodore W. Foss Dr. John M. Kerrigan Dr. David Hershey Dr. A. Wallingford Dr. Curtland Brown Dr. E. Campbell Dr. Walter Mott Dr. Harvey Eubau Dr. George Warner Dr. David L. Spang Dr. H. C. Wiggers Dr. Richard Beebe Dr. C. S. Welch Dr. John Gamble Dr. Marie Murray Dr. Thomas L. Rider Dr. Edgar N. Kemp Dr. Thomas J. Walsh Dr. Raymond Harris Dr. Anne Drislane Dr. John Mosher Dr. Benjamin Volk Dr. John Fillipone Dr. John E. Gainor Dr. W. G. Richtmyer Dr. Crawford Campbell Dr. Thomas Drislane Dr. Theodore Denton Dr. Rush B. F anille Dr. Timothy J. Howard Dr. Elwood G. Weisenburn Dr. Kenneth M. Archibald Dr. Paul Schultze Dr. Anothony J. Viva Dr. Paul Clark Dr. Alexander J. Young Dr. Robert H. Johnson Dr. Ethel Burack Cohn Dr. K. E. Crouse Dr. John K. Shearer Patrons Dr. F. S. Randles Dr. Scott Covert Dr. Robert Graves Dr. Ralph Reynolds Dr. Charles Honig Dr. William Holt Dr. James H. Flynn Dr. R. Erickson Dr. Richard A. Miller Dr. David Falk Mrs. Elma C. Mele Dr. James Fairchild Adams Leonard Nursing Home Dr. Jack M. Wolfe Dr. Harold Marden Dr. Albert Yunich Dr. Emerson G. Kelly Dr. J. L. Donhauser Dr. R. Ruedemann Dr. Joe Bernstein Dr. Edward A. Meyers Dr. Henry Dubins Dr. Frank Maxon Dr. Fred Dexter Dr. James Meyer Mr. Ernie Ruedemann Dr. Joseph B. Cortesi Dr. Alfred J. Nadler Dr. B. G. Oren Dr. Fred F. Albright Dr. Hamilton Boyd Dr. Harold F. Buckbee Miss Constance Leonard Dr. Hildegarde Sporrable Dr. Leo A. Zuckerman Dr. L. Handly Stickney Dr. Sarah Liberson Helen J. Schrodt Dr. Robert Whitman Dr. P. Cheosakul Dr. Allan Stranahan Dr. Ralph Alley Dr. A. Vosger Dr. William Daly Dr. Robert L. Maresca Dr. Arthur Hengerer Dr. Henry F. Rosenberger Vottis Pipe Shop J. P. McNally Studio S. Waingrow, Radio Hospital til Ulf-1113' ? 1,L51s,1' fx , Q! " x ff 1 N.: L ' 1 . N' 4 ysq .., I V' W , ff' b if , . EDW1a 9' . J x . K I 1 3 . 6 1 3 , A 1 4 xv in 9 'ffl' i , -. l ..- , , L s s - 4 mx :W x 1 u fx X ,....-..- .2 ....... . r W 1' 1 ' , n Q v 5 'A,"1 .wb ' i, M i HAL l 'i , li ,I X d 9' ' " W gun V 3 1 1' 1 1 3 I 1 we , .. - n A h --f-wi-G-"'3'f9L - in 'si M l E- "'- -b X-A115 , :: - au,-Afmpayaxk, Q - A, N ' 'J f- 's71 54 lf' Qu vw 'V--,.1",.4-V ,jg iii-Iam. ,,,!'Wg3w:A:v ,g,-iifgfynv-,N - fs - "L, . -1 '- -Y 'YW' " " L 1- --W?-. 1 'JEQLZ , .Q -i W H Q-"lbw C314 -f-1w.- -' - '.:'!-b , 41 ' TP. 3-Barr ,.""'M-F-Q-v , 4. ' .Y.. 4 ,A -vw' Q I' ig vsp ' N ,Q 5.0 , "W A f . Q v ,,.s-jr 1' A ll' Jw , - ' - 1' 'igfg film- V. A ,.. - QD' ' 1 QP? A ki lik' - P ,.t,1,'.1, M'n K QH5: .- 4 , ' N- "-1?..4ff?f," - y if V A11:A,,",' f M .. li VY. F -N A .ui-i,.:4, ,M IQ 6, sy V , j"1T- A-"EQ4:vft -.Jil-I V E" , . " ' - gk . in .,. Q 'wlmv,'B-'Q ' 'T' 4qvu.,M'Kfgi4 'N' "':J'H jfi' L . L. 1 , V mg l .f",?:"7f"' ,,5Qw- X0 W' .nw " 'JL' 1-"ii L'-,J . if 1 22 ' SHG A JU - 4 ' 'Qi CS-I kafa -fix , fglxs ,ff pejgaz C5 i 2 H229 5 f . 6915 -QXCS' lg X, s1873e x 'X'--- I -. ' if I Yr' ,. IAQ" Xk,-f.,..'- " Thelwghtingale Pledge I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly to pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully, I Will abstain from Whatever is deleterious and mischievous and will not take or knowingly administer any harmful drug. I will do all in my power to maintain and elevate the standards of my profession, and will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping and all family affairs coming to my knowledge in practice of my calling. With loyalty will I endeavor to aid the physician in his work, and devote myself to the Welfare of those committed to my care. Dedication We dedicate this yearbook to Mary Cugliuzza, teacher, counsellor, and friend, with best wishes for a bright and happy tomorrow. We remember Miss Gugliuzza best as supervisor of Nursing Arts, a position she held from 1949 to 1952. She gave us much of our foundation in nursing, not only in its art and practice, but also in the spirit and love of our profession. Miss Gugliuzza graduated from Russell Sage College in 1946 and received her B.S. from the same school in 1948 after working for two years as a ward teacher. In 1952 she became an Assistant Director of Union Uni- versity School of Nursing and earned credits toward her lVlaster's Degree at Chicago University. We know that life holds many good things for her. As we go our separate ways, we will remember with pleas- ure our association with her-her slow smile, her soft voice, and her friendliness. K if ' Miss Lucille Rouse 98 Bolton Hall 41 Pi N o Mrs. Cafherine McGregor TTSEZ' -YE 99:49- in Main Nurses' Residence Morris Hall l M A Miss Lois Sfewarl awk- '-w. Q fu, Miss Acla Miller li l' F'F"' Q.- F...- i .. 1-1if:57', RL-444 . r- 7? ' 553' v"" ,VE 3 -1, ' dr, To the Graduates of 1954-: For many years, people have been critical of the nursing profession. This year, particularly, the impact of this criticism has hit us. Perhaps the time has come for us to examine our profession objectively considering it from two major aspects: what it gives to us and what we owe it in return. We find, first of all, that our profession is controlled by democratic organizations. Through active participation in these organizations, we have the power to control and regulate our professional status. We have acquired and can use effectively the technical skills necessary to care not only for ourselves but for others. These skills have been grounded in theoretical knowledge so that we understand the intricate mechanism of the human mind and body. Perhaps most important of all, we have had the opportunity to witness the miracle of birth and the peace that comes with deathg the comfort and the smiles of gratitude that come after we have given care. These are but a few of the things given to usg now what must we give in return? We owe our profession the support it needs for life. By positive and constructive thinking we can favorably influence young people who may want to join our ranks. We can also sway public opinion by not only voicing our beliefs but practicing according to our basic ideals and philosophies. We, as individuals, should always try to remember that our pattern for living influences not only ourselves but those about us, whether it be within the walls of an institution or in our homes and communities. As children, we found happiness came from self-satisfaction. The transition to adulthood makes us cognizant of the fact that true happiness comes from giving to and sharing with others. May your futures be filled with the satisfaction that comes from sharing. God bless each of you. Sibyl Harris 2,1 .,1.. Ji-'l'I'1f3Y"2'3ll i ,11,1fQ'1ff"'1'ff- IQ-LQ. 1' 1. ' .- 71 1' .1 '4- 1 us' Tr-,A ,rlrllhi I:..4I1-4. fisrrfr 1' " 1 "-" ' -'Q ,frgylf '111.ge ..,. ,,, I-X155 -,Aw-f' ., , , "1.gi,1 if 1 i1'1:f.!51 1 11-ITT 'LQ E Lim: 11 ' . 3, g 12- 1 11 .,..1 1. It 1 11 I 1.1.2 , I .1 3 l I 1 " fi 1 .,. Zgnf '1 1534-'f:.1 I 1- ':. I4 I 1 bfi' -L 1 ?51:,1 l A I 1 'I V,-1. w lm "I as 1 III I l -L1 - '11 1 x 'I .Y . M gif X 1 11 1 1 N 1 il' r 1 . - 'I'. ' " ill 11 1 't:.I . 1 1 .11 I I 1 11 11 Miss Marion S. Wood Acting Director F acult Ig f l 1 f A Miss Grace A. Sease Miss Mary E. Gugliuzza Assistant Director Assistant Director '1-rr:-2:1-1 1 r -1111 1 5- -1 f ' Y W "T W 4' W' g1.1111r11p:1:1,r,- 11 .1 11 1 1 1 Eh"5iffil.11.'1'"F" 1211. i 11 1 1. 1114159 ' 31111 1 1 iffy Q1 1, , -F' ' 1 I I -1 1 ' ififff - r 'Msew -11251 l 1 1 11 z.-41 3" ' 111 1 1 1 ' A -- .1 f ' .11 ,1 'Aflf J r .1 V .1 .. 5' 1 I ' : 114' Qi! - Y. I -,Y 1 3 Q11J1'15D 111 ' '1..,1 . 1, 1-11 2-1111. 1.11 1 1,1 1' E e ' ts . 11311 11 7111111111111 I ' 11 -'L .1 L 1113 s 1- A 11.1' . 1- " -Q 14 1' . I. :sv ' 'ta 1- ' 11- . -1 1 .,. . V 1 1 - .1 ,1 L111111 1 1 V - , L A nw 1.1 3 5 1 I 7,1 Q, I -.I .ny 1. i 1 - ' 11' If 1 we sa. 1 1 N, . ' ' 3,5- 1 1 1 if ' 1111 15 II11 R - 15 gg1.,,i1- A if 2 'J I I1 ., ii. I 1 'E 1 11111 111.1 1 11 g Q 1 11113 ' N1 11 fimglgfyiwfgf " .': ' ' I l ' ' lf-- l l ' 1s1,'1!11' V ' 1 1 1. 1-'1 A 1 1.,11qf111'1 if 11 1. ,- I 1 11 , IL!! " 1 I 1' 1 . ' 5 S I 1 ' I I I .. . g.. J- .J J' " 1 1 Q1 Miss Blache A. Davis Assistant Director Miss Lois Assistant Nursing Britcher Director Service - ' 1 E , I L 1 4 Miss Helen Flicker Assistant Director Nursing Service I 1 I .. 1 ,, 1 .,, I .X 1 1- 1 ve. Miss Evelyn Blackeby Registrar ..- Y D 1 inf, 1 t 1 1 ligij A 1 111 - 1 L 3:61 1 1 '1 ".wvrg..,f 1 ' I ! ., g1Q11.-, . I1 1 ..,.111 - ..1. ,. .-.1.1 -7- ,.-,mme-f,... 1 12.3111111121 1 ..,..- .yr-1 . ni .1 1 Y zfjs.- is 1' 5 -'i"11" XZ' ' .ff 15 1141, 1. 11 1 11 .Q ,fs if 1 1 Li? UAH 4-4 4- I iii 1 I11. 1 1 -1.. 1 11 I 1ty,W1t1 1" my 111311 Miss Joan McCormick Mrs. Thelma Latour Miss Mariiane Dorwood Instructor in PeCli0IfiCS Asst. Instructor in Asst. Instructor in Mrs. Verna Rolf Head Nurse, Health Service ,.-e.-, . t t ' J Vrq? .1 . 1 ,ig 1' 11 'I f- .If . .1 F tl Miss Corrine Gougeon Instructor in Pharma- Pediatrics Obstetrics cology I. 1f . 11 A ll I 11: '1 it X1 V ' A ' i 13 , -1 - 1 1 I 1-3 1 ' .1 . ' 1 we 1 -1 1' J .1 1 1 A 1 1 g ,sr ..,11fA-- . -1 Miss Jane McClosky Miss Elizabeth Norton Miss Josephine Lulimu Miss Helen Hanley Instructor in Instructor in Supervisor Nursing Arts Ingtructgr in Obstetrics Medicine 84 Surgery Communicable Diseases 'IOO Miss Frances A. Barvian Director Nursing Service if + 5 .l ,N- I 15" 7' v Miss Janet Nalin Science Instructor f-sg if A sd' I . 'EX W fv- X .ag Miss Eileen Guidon Instructor in Medicine 81 Surgery l cs ' f ' 0 l S --'N "W 'T fi QTEK Albany Hospital Nursing Service Supervisors Fran! row: Miss Marion Dunaway, Miss Ethel Hills, Mrs. Bessie Gutherie, Mrs, Charloite Murphy, Mrs. Celia Twining. Back row: Miss Sara Rorabaugh, Mrs. Katherine Marcy, Mrs. Sophia McEntee, Mrs. Befly Lou Ryman. 2 Q, 1 3' I up 1: S. "1 il.. ' f L9 - 2 Q , .5 ...., vs: --F ' Nursing Arts Instructors Fronf row, left to righi: Veronica Charbonneau, Mary Dineen, Josephine Lalimu, Jane Johnson. Back row: Barbara Reilley, Donna Ortelee, Mary Gable, Joan Wilson. Student Council Front row, left to right: Bernadette McKenna, Carol Piatti, Gretchen Johnson, Sylvia Copelon, Barbara Farrar. Back row: Joan Vrooman, Claire Cote, Dorothy Lent, Kay Eriksen, Barbara Pentland. Judiciary Court Left to right: Sandra Scudder, secretary, Grace Druzba, presi- dent. 102 N uw, Glee Club Fronl row, left to right: Shirley Con Doris Graffunder, Joyce Snow, J Emerson, Jane Sheoffer, Mary A Leland, Beverly Brown, Ethelyn Saw Second row: Margaret Hume, Murphy, Gladys Hunter, Joyce Re Nancy Stewart, Mary Lee Karl, El Johnston, Doris Russell, Marlene Cas Viola Zimmer. Back row: Cynthia penter, Claire Cote, Fay Brown, Arl Mdilton, Bethany Bulterman, B Haltiner, Mary Kniskern. J . l 1 1 1 I l x H 4 .W 5 BARBARA CLEMENS 600 2nd Street Watervliet, New York Chairman Monthly Dinner Senior Counselor-Freshman Camp-'53 B.S. Degree Student l N W K 1 , H A '?',:u?,: U f nk , rw-"Ref: JOAN CAMPBELL Geneva, Florida President of Bolton Hall-'52-753 President of Class-'53-'54 Director of Sports-Freshman Camp B. S. Degree Student ., H-L if -!?'fZ:-1. 'cf' ' ,g...3,:::,.fx- . ' :lv-Ag, , 5' , rwgeir 'ff -fr ..s2Wf ' PATRICIA CONNORS 9 Front Street Saranac Lake, New York Civic Committee-'52-'53 Library Committee-'53-'54 JANET JEANNE CROUNSE Altamont, New York Chairman Benevolent Fund Drive-'53 Chairman Fire Committee Bolton Hall-'53 and 754. Welcoming Committee-'51-'52 Publicity Chairman S.C.A.-'52-'53 M Staff of 4'Steth-o-scope"-'53 and Skull-'54 v ix J 1 y A M l i , , i ,. JANET DAVlS 15 New Street Kingston, New York AMY A. CURREN Bolton Landing, New York Class Secretary-'53-'54 Constitution Committee Chairman-,53-'54 "Steth-0-scope" staff-'53-'54 H Chairman of Sports and Health Committee -'51-'52 Skull-'54, 'WTFVIVT' . 1 v "f"2-1.t.-- ,, ..f , emi- E'--w 'nm-vi V '- 1. -1 I . , I -fm-,I-v , 4,.ff,,.,f ' , ' ni .,,3r"'f -1' H1 MARGARET ANN DICKINSON Hyde Park, New York Assistant Nursing Editor of Skull-'54 Vice-President of Class-'52 and '54 Fire 'Committee of Bolton-'53-'54 Gift Shop Committee Committee of Social Affairs 1' a, I. J . iii, I I ,. I I I I I I In I I I MARGARET NANCY DAVIS 31 Woodruff Drive Schenectady, New York Senior Counselor-Freshman Camp-'53 Decorating Committees I I -I ,- GRACE DRUZBA 150 Shirly Drive Schenectady, New York Chairman of Judiciary Court DOROTHY WEBB EASLEY 1040 Ardsley Road Schenectady, New York M W W.. , Nominating Committee-'51-'52 N ' ' ii Vice-President of Bolton-'53 H Class Secretary and Treasurer-'53 M Interfaith Committee-'54 Constitution Revision Committee-'54 .B.S. Degree Student 1 "' I H , 1 v I, , J. l r na JANET BARBARA GILBERT 1927 Townsend Road Schenectady, New York H H my J' ' BARBARA JANE FARRAR Warrenshurg, New York Student Council Chairman of Publicity Senior Counselor-Freshman Camp--753 Chairman of Heart Fund Tea-'52 Skull-'54 N 4,51 1 , to-1+ .V-'bf'ff7'15 opt' nfrf- 'mv-'W ' .' w 03 ' . -1 I 1 N " H "' " ilifwi 'N -'ofa 1 9 PHYLLIS M. HEDGES Copake, New York S.C.A. M .,.. N: ,H MARY D. GU NDRUM 26 Thomas Street Troy, New York Social Co-ordinator-'53-'54 President of S.C.A.-'52-'53 Evaluation Committee representative Advertising Committee Skull-'54 .mf-. , . MARLENE HILAND 29 Washington Ave. Greenwich, New York Sports Chairman of Sports and Health Committee -'53 Chalrman of Hobby Show-Spring Car- Chalrman of L1ttle Slster Campaign-1953 ' 53 Semor Counselor Freshman Camp-'53 u l Nursmg Edltor of Skull 54- N A ll tllllle fn H H l GRETCHEN A. JOHNSON 1083 Keyes Ave. Schenectady, New York Recording Secretary of Student Council-'52-,53 President of Student Asso- ciation and Council-'53-'54 Umon U!l1VCfS1ty TV Program-,53 Staff of 'Steth o scope 53 and Skull-'54 lx y x W' '::', liggj, ifjqy ,,'N Z'f2jQv 3i N 'A SHIRLEY J. KOMAR '7-"1 Q J ." if 'L'if RD' 32 A V 1?. i , " 'U' ' Q' St. Johnsville, New York " Q ': ' A i f M 4 1 V 1, 7. M ,5 Chairman of Freshman Counselors-'53 'N E: A '.i'fii,i Chairman of Tour Committee-752-'53 1 51 1' Ll., Y ...Ayn-1'-,.,7:"".f,f, , f' A J f' '," fvgffi. . , r hh nn f A Y W 1 is 5 W Y ,V ,ff 7 f 1--,.T.,..t,,q A V, L f N ' - Y A .F 1-2, S.. , ' ' 'N ' f?frf': iw' 1 N -. 1, ,,. -vi 1 II A 'U-v'q ' 4 -.--ffl. , 1 ri CLAIRE E. LANGOHR k 4 Van Arden Avenue Albany, New York Sports Chairman of Moon Mist Ball-'52 , . ELEANOR JUNE LAWRENCE 21 Summer Street Kingston, New York Advertising Manager of "Steth-0-scopei' 'N ,53 Y ' i Tour Committee-'54 Skull-'54 1 v1RG1N1A LOUCKS fn N y W " 11' W 11 W., RD. 1 1 H 11-fxiwii wx, W mt f w A ,Www M Melrose New York - 1+R1-.gi-ir'-L ,Q- , V ,.1.-f,,-g..7,.i9-Xe,1,f'4 . " '1i.'1e-fm 1 ' BS. Degree Student Kei? 15,h'fN,' 1' , W 125.1 ,. 1. ' .11 -' !f'i,,..i , 159 1.1 1" 'il' ' t.,tQ'i:: " -" .11M,111IQ1f-,il H if 37 .- 1- W ' 'W ' l 1 'Wi 111 11 ' 1+ 1. Q I,!,1iL2f2f11W11,11QM 11 ig quill' ? ,L I VN 11 ' 1 1'. ,11 1 '1111iQ?1111i'f1,'1.f 111f:31 ,ima ,".:1.1 1 :' kffgf H" X: Y Nil' L 1 n 1 I , 1 .K SALLY MASLAND L 11.13. :fs Schenectady, New York Secretary S.1C.A.-'52 Freshman Counselor-Freshman Camp '53 4 . , 53. 17 ,yo Y W "X LH.. ' 1. 1. 1. 1 - , 1 11 U , , ,,., 1 , , , , . 1, 1.1 I 1 F Y., i V. 1 1 1 IRENE MILLER L , 151' 1: 27 Murray Street ' " "'- Kingston, New York ' 'f Judiciary Court-'52-'53-,541 ' ' 1 1 1 L - t U 1. t FLORENCE HARRIET PULVER MARJORIE DEAN PRITCHETT 517 Ontario Street Schenectady, New York Secretary Class-'51 Chairman Senior Ball-'53 Senior Counselor-Freshman Skull-'54 43 Dorchester Ave. Geneva, New York Judiciary Court Secretary Worship Committee S.C.A.-'52-'53 Vice-President of Residence-'51 Corresponding Secretary Hudson Valley S.N.A.-'53 B.S. Degree Student Camp-'53 RITA RUSSO 91 Round Lake Ave. Mechanicville, New York Nominating Committee-'53 Welcoming' Committee-'53 Chairman Nominating Committee-'54 SANDRA DIANE SCUDDER 324- Lucas Ave. Kingston, New York President of Class-'51-'52 Vice-President of Student Government 9, H Secretary of Judiciary Court Senior Counselor-Freshman Camp-'53 ' B.S. Degree Student 1 035 JANET MARTHA SILVER Page Hill Newport, New Hampshire AUDREY SCOTT Chester Ave. Stottville, New York Chairman of Open House- Tour Committee-'52 i' V' -vi1": ,L is .11 .mug N- .mi www , ,E Chairman of Spring Carnival-'52 Skull-'54 TU AW '52 ANNE TUCKER Pine Plains, New York Monthly Dinner and Spring Carnival Entertainment Secretary of Newman Club B. S. Degree Student ,, - i 1 aff g BARBARA ANN WOODS Corinth, New York Publicity Committee l l ANN VAN DYCKE 514 Mohawk Ave. Schenectady, New Choir Committee Skull-'54, York MAUREEN A. VREELAND Main Street Willard, New York Treasurer of Student Association-'53-'54 Handbook Revision Committee MARY ELIZABETH WHITE l 129 Stoddard Ave. iii Pittsfie1d,Mass. nk' ' skull-'54 l 4 lil' , mu M .r H SHARON LEE RAE WILLIAMS I Downsville, New York Skull-'54 Sports and Health Committee l i l Class Histor Will you ever forget?-September 4, 1951-big sisters, fruit punch and cookies, faculty members-anxious parents and admonitions-that first day-"And where are you from?,'-some homesick, and all of us just a little unsure.-Freshman week-what a vivid memory-The Phalanx dance at R. P. I.-our Halloween party-"who was that man?"-Nursing Arts classes -Dr. Wolf and Ogden Nash-that "evening class" in Nursing Arts that turned into a Christmas party. Capping only a week away-visits to Miss Wood's oliice one by one till late in the evening-phone calls home-'Tm going to be capped!"-April 12, 1952-a most impressive ceremony-our Sophomore year. Vacations-those first evenings and nights on wards-the D. K. on those hot July days-the refrigerator was cool and so was the jello-"We don't eat in this kitchen!"- Our Junior year-many familiar faces missing-blue blouses-little sisters-Mosher, Ai, Ped., OB.-M1 saw a delivery!"-the dance the class gave at the Aurania Club-those evening parties all summer long-swim- ming and beer-"next year this time"- Leadership Conference-Senior pins and Senior duties-Freshman camp-'cfiemember how we felt when we were Freshmen?"-evenings at Papa's-Did you ever see anything so funny?-Just how early can six o'clock come, anyway?"-appointments for yearbook pictures- '4What are you going to do next year?"-college applications and wed- ding plans-graduation approaching-Rose Planting-Cap and Gown hreafkast-Baccalaureate-ceremony with the Med. students at Chancellor's Hall-the Nightingale Pledge and proud families-our own Senior Ball- Union graduation for our degree students-those last three months-the White Dinner, culmination of three years' hopes, dreams, and hard work- pins and diplomas-packing our things-"Kind of hate to leave the kids"- "Don't forget to write!"-Will you ever forget? I 4 N A 1 A i t is a t J., , '- Aga .- , ,I ' if fl f l . x M. . ,. , ,... .- f..-. 1. 1- "' ' 4+ 4' K .'f.-ala P ' WS I ' ' 4 Q' A f w ,aHw' I fgN'N,Q if . .N N , N 'N ' ,",iQ Q , A 1 U .J ' I , I" KniffiHl and S '41 The nmPOS'e'S iffi Q . ygf N! A Sk f-' , . : Q . -, . , Y Q12: " ",??'3f".,-LZ' .. " 3,1 fa ' . NMR 'Z WJ 9'1 'A1ff fi,-., g 4 , N' 1, 'N " ui i is ,H , I, . 4 ,pl ill" ' . fx"'Q .,' L' iii if mfwx- -qs, sf ? -, 1J1f -,, ' 'Gil-Aff H V . - j+CZ'i- f' 'yr' - 1 X . , V., --3.-Lg -ily-' r ., fr , if-1 I 3wQ'JMM4EQ 1 "lil WW' Wie-:Q-15 . I, WH., ,f f fp!Q'f5'f5fA f '1 f i f .fffiff-24A ,y ,f A . .'f 1 ,J- , .aplf x 4..,111'k,-,,.'-A f,,.li', - ffl5ff'f. :'5:mf Q, f' , f -f ' jgfnzi-, ' , aim r,4:00 A.M. . ff 5.y5,,En, , Q3 Term Pape Al "U'1'1' oha Louie I K V The "Miss Green Street" Contest 'N 'I '1 ,1 v r- ".- . ,f Slalom Champ 'M The Chorus Line ndergraduates U.U. Class of 1955 Left to right, front row: Donna Prior, Trudy Scranton, Marianne-Rakvica, Carolyn Hofstetter, Elsie Linglebach. Second row: Gretchen Gray, Shirley Swartz, Ella Castell, Lois Brundiar, Jean Greenough, Anne Bogart. Back row: Elizabeth Ann Santas, Louise Lyons, Euia Conde, Doris Lent, Joan Geschwinder. Missing: Faith Christiana, Sally Sweeney, Dorothy lent, Carolyn Tiemann, Sue Snyder, Joan Vrooman, Elaine Goodrich, Leola Gandrom, Beverly Bryant, Pat York, Nancy Banks, Mary Ellen Cooper, Jane Savage, Janet Buchanan, Florence Dunning, Shirley Hopkinson, Mary Ann Kuren, Mariorie Sheley, Nancy Cord, Betty Lou Harris, Jean Biscotti, Jessica Pendt, Joan Trussell. l . U.U. Class of 1956 Left to right, front row: Mary Ann DesLaurier, Eleanor Utter, Alice Jelfers, Ngnes LeBednilc, Barbara Dodge, Marilyn Deruvo, Norma Burns, Elisabeth Donohue. Second row: Jane MacKercher, Patricia Kosniclr, Eleanor Mazure, Mary Ramsay, Jane Hyde, Mary O'Cannor, Marjorie Malnati, Shirley Clark, Maureen Larkin, Lorraine Bush, .loan Fawthrop, Shirley Marcellus. Back row: Joyce Wilsey, Enily Potter, Joyce Gerbig, Joan Sorenson, Julia Van Miuswinkel, Faye Otto, Mary Clowe, Phy-llis Brewer, Barbara Moore. QR I ELEC ft cl St h Rabbitt, Claire Cote, Beverly Brown, Left to right, front row: Shirley Conklin, Doris Gra un er, ep ene Mary Anna Leland, Ethelyn Sawyer. Second row: Margaret Hume, Mary MUI'Pl1Y, Gladys Hunter, Joyce Rector, Nancy Stewart, Mary Lee Karl, Elaine Johnston, Doris Russell, Marlene Cdshlnf Vl0lU Zlmmef- BUCJK row: Joyce Snow, Jane Sheatfer, Cynthia Carpenter, Jane Emerson, Fay BFOWD, Arlene Mc-liltbh, BBNY Haltiner, Barbara Aclcerly, Jane Bender, Joan Briele, Mary- Kniskern. Plattsburg Class of 1955 Left to right, front row: Gail Heller, Wanda Giles, Elizabeth Hamel, Marion Cady, Barbara Jowaisis. Second row: Janet Lu Vigne, Venzenza Martine, Faith 0'Brien, Margaret Mason, Joan Abocd, Jean Roach, Phyllis De Wein. Back row: Katheryn Still, Marion Sellick, Roberta Fullenweider, Janet Walls, Corine Welsh. Missing: Virginia Adams, Mary Ann Boisseau, Evelyn Brayton, Marion Cady, Sue Clark, Catherine Conroy, Diane Corp, Ruth Cramer, Camilla Erikson, Janice Fuller, Phyllis Fulton, Shirley Ganeles, Elizabeth Garrham, Barbarg Gilmartin, Barbara Hanson, Sigrid Johnson, Carole Kelley, Lucille Marino, Barbara Maynard, June Otis, Barbara Pentland, Carol Perreault, Carol Piatti, Mary Prevost, Patricia Purcell, Clara Rubarsky, Doris Serbu, Georgeanne Shields, Kay Sullivan, Patricia Sweeney, Mary Walsh. a. 5 J, , iff 1 ef Plattsburg Class of 1956 Left to right, front row: Sally McCune, Patricia Harrington, Viola Boyd, Janet Hathaway, Carolyn Mital, Pauline Dubrosky. Second row: June Smalley, Rosalind Fishman, Beverly Van Aler, Betty Adams, Bernadette McKenna, Amanda Bledsoe, Dorothy Kent, Alberta Parmeter, Bethany Boulterman, Third row: Marilyn Streets, Beverly Buyce, Dorothy Vaughn, Enid Brew, Elna Moore, Janet Zulunsky, Sheila Law, Nianna McKinney, Joan Quinlan, Marlene Scordsfielcl. Back row: Dolores Quimby, Barbara Currie, Thelma Senior, Margaret MacDonald, Evelyn Zeller, Shirley Earle. Missing: Cynthia Wescott, Barbara Sterling, DeMaris Girven, Marilyn Tisano, Barbara Gates, Barbara O'Connell, Grace Hamske, Carolyn Wilder, Marilyn Wilder, Toby Gilbert, Janet Le Page, Lorraine Hallef, Paula Wilens, Lilo Waodsock, Leila Ricketts. -Q... Conway Hall A.. N 5 . "ra fr ...ag N-N, XI, Class xii-nv 35 , Y, . .- -1 .1 '. . . Lef! fo righf: Nancy Jarvis, Carol Millard, Sylvia Copeland. Missing: Nancy Townley. 1954 Russell Sage ffl Z Wx by 4 Sealed lef! f right Christina Owens Linnea Mellin, Martha Koenig, Elise Ives. Sfcnding: Barbara Boor, Barbara Green. 3 X 4 , V tg I 'Y , 1 P. A 7 'fa -Q,'1x: if-j : L fn , .. :V JK I J .-'J HE- i lg' M 'F' ! - ' 35 fvrf' v A-1 , ' " "! 1! ' f fa' " if If T1 l N . ' Qi F .1 N 5 Janie Claus Wendy-Guest of Honor tl X1 , Q- .1 P " ' x49 ,W , -X N N I..- v a n 5. ff, - 'Q a 4' Ma , f f ' " C .'f. af lg im' D, it A A 1 . 'f N - , . ff.. "l am not being coy." 'IC A. 12,2 . ' , 9 , A -.-X1 ',,. N r 1' , , , , url, X , - y, .1 A -,,1 , I ' :F H r 1 Q 1: J"-J a 'fl' gi ' .' if fx V , Xk ,. 13: l -,, f. Faceiious Fabricius fx KNL The nurse-fasfidious always I N ,n . 1" f ' A' Tv? ' .171 ,A 1 r- 'rx -15.55 -A .Q S-L Q- 'k THE MARVIN-NEITZEL CORPORATION of Troy, New York ' Manufacturers since 1845 of v STUDENT NURSE UNIFORMS and HOSPITAL CLOTHING Extend Best Wishes To The Class of 1954 'k Compliments of The WINTHROP-STEARNS, INC and The GEORGE A. BREON CO. 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