Albany Medical College - Skull Yearbook (Albany, NY)

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The Editors I 2 I ' -I CLASS 0 . .ll 1 tllihtffflnual lftler fod Four Years ago, Peared to be 3 lathe: d ts of college Sm .elhsl and stalfifglafwgchoo HIC flfhffee of Doctor of . l has adllllfed mm-ll and toffeillemesfs W Q long spill oflfnlppi a l11C uagilfliffal studem you have strenglhfnf foundation dCYCl0Pe' of formalized edu knowledge of the I have demonstrated I applying basic prin management of rhl countered in health sonal experience, yo of sormd reasoning been your opportun ing of profesional each of you has gn serving a mind op new knowledge as dated information. ment of professions the importance of tolerance and mi demonstrate a true The changing I order as well as an lead to the creatif SWS- IEIEOII1 your eslgn CCll11ig of 5551165 but alll here al the Alban human beings wh ll must he that Prepare ygul-Se furnishing vou W1 Colllpare hong whom You Ydi friffllf of its Cgniinxggh Programs is th In behalf of We wish You 3CC0mPliSBm Pleasant Gush K 'T ., an ,, H... . TO THE CLASS OF 1959: It is again my honor to be invited to submit this annual letter to SKULL. 4 Four years ago, upon matriculation, you ap- peared to be a rather heterogeneous aggregation of college students representing many colleges and states. Now, as you prepare to separate from your medical school with the highly coveted degree of Doctor of Medicine, the Class of 759 has acquired many characteristics of homogeneity and togetherness which will bind you in the life- long spirit of friendship regardless of your event- ual geographic distribution. As medical students at Albany Medical College, you have strengthened and expanded the scientific foundation developed during your previous years of formalized education through additional knowledge of the basic medical sciences. You have demonstrated the ability and the habit of applying basic principles in the diagnosis and management of the challenging problems en- countered in health and disease. Through per- sonal experience, you have acquired the practice t 2 'us of sound reasoning and critical judgment. It has X, ' .V E 4 j . t been your opportunity to gain a full understand- . -' g., ing of professional ethics. It is to be hoped that r t - ...mf each of you has grasped the importance of pre- -- serving a mind. ppen to judicial acceptance of . new knowledge as well as to dismissal of out- dated information. In addition to the develop- ment of professional competence, you have seen the importance of exercising the compassion, tolerance and missionary zeal necessary to demonstrate a true reverence for life. The changing world geography and social order as well as an aging population continually lead to the creation of new fields which demand medical graduates capable of adapting to meet the changing times. From your knowledge of the impact of one personality upon another, you are cognizant of the need to design the clinical structure of your medical career to include further study not only of the physics and chemistry of tissues but also of the emotional and social reactions of men during sickness and health. Your broad program here at the Albany Medical College has emphasized not only the understanding of human disease but also of the human beings who suffer its afiiictions. It must be that you take leave of your school with pride and the comforting feeling that it has enabled you to prepare yourselves to be able to modify the remaining medical superstructure, known as your medical career, by furnishing you with education of sound basic design and tools for wide application. It will also be most satisfying as you compare the experience you have had at Albany Medical College with that of graduates of other institu- tions whom you will meet at various times and places. lt is evident from what has been said that you have just completed the initial phase of your medical education. You alone, with the exception of certain specialty board requirements, will determine the extent and character of its continued development. The habit of enforced self-education and participation in postgraduate educational programs is the only insurance available against pathetic degradation into an outdated, uninformed practitioner. On behalf of the entire faculty, I take this occasion to commend the Class of '59 for its performance to date. We wish you the ultimate in happiness and success in the future and will be continually interested in your accomplishments. We sincerely hope that your periodic return visits to the Medical College will be frequent and pleasant ones. Most sincerely. Harold C. Wiggers, Dean fafomrlof, 6- sf 'QQ The class of 1959 Maxon hai avahff 3 menu and honors Oi that this Dedicatifi - dnE in us as :tu e ' difficult to ce: Itzs r 2' f nation of hl1IUJY' 7 dletir uuders ,f Maxon d1ed1IH' fo n asympa . . 1: F' eubtleties. of physoqf learned to be ever . His aauugnfaf on both heart and 3 as he waited for drawn back in a It is the fllougis L each of us feek. 3 T0 you, Dr. Fm 5 regard for your 6:11 sf - . sound, the pulse f . f. LJ. . The class of 1959 has the distinction of being one of the groups that Dr. Frank Maxon has taught. It is not our aim in this Dedication to reiterate the many achieve- ments and honors of this line teacher and shrewd clinician. Our class, instead, wishes that this Dedication convey to Dr. Maxon our deep appreciation for his interest in us as students and our thanks for his untiring teaching efforts. It is difficult to communicate the aura a man of medicine has about him. A combi- nation of humor, an eye toward the unexpected, a boundless store of knowledge, and a sympathetic understanding of the studentis gropings toward knowledge, make Dr. Maxon the stimulating figure a medical student requires. Without his spark many subtleties.of physical diagnosis might not have been appreciated. From him we learned to be ever suspicious of the faint ripple of the skin, the unfamiliar breath sound, the pulse that does not bound true. His willingness and desire to give of himself and his time have left their mark on both heart and mind of our class. We could never forget his thoughtful pause as he waited for the student to digest the previous pearl, the corners of his mouth drawn back in a smile, his chin thrust forward. It is the thoughts that each member of this class has, and the appreciation that each of us feels, that in the last analysis serve as the reason for this dedication. To you, Dr. Frank Maxon, we offer these poor words as a symbol of our everlasting regard for your efforts and success. DR. FRANK C. MAXON, JR ' 6 ,ki 'Z 5' A my .1L,sfF,f ' . '-9' 4' V. new if fe , 2' i 'f' fa.. aw" 'he ath nf 'Lhippnrrates Q I 5111226 bg Apnlln, the phgsirian, anh Aesrulapius, Win, s --A -:ai 'Q5351' r :SIM IWIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIINIIMIHIIIIIII E ll ' t I . 1 I. ' , auh Health, anh All-heal, anh all the gnhs anh gnhhesses, that, arrnrhing tn mg ahilitg ann iuhgment, 31 will keep this nath anh stipulatinn: fi ff' tn rerknn him whn taught me this art equallg hear tn me as mg parents, tn share mg suhstanre with him anh reliene his neressities if requirehg tn regarh his nffspring as nn the same fnnting with mg nwn hrnthers, ann tn tearh them this art if theg shnulh wish tn learn it, withnut fee nr stipulatinn, anh that hg prerept, lerture anh euerg nther mnhe nf instrurtinn, J will impart a knnwlehge nt' the art tn mg nwn suns anh tn thnse nf mg tearhers, anh tn hisriples hnunn hg a stipulatinn anh nath, arrnrhing tn the law nf mehirine, hut tn nnne nthers. 1 El will fnllnw that methnh nf treatment whirh, arrnrhing tn mg ahilitg anh iuhgment, 31 rnnsiher fur the henetit nf mg patients, anh abstain frnm whatever is heleterinus anh misrhiennus. 31 will giue nn heahlg mehirine tn angnne if askeh, nnr suggest ang surh rnunselg furthermnre, 31 will nnt giue tn a wnman an instrument tn prnhure ahnrtinn. 0. mill! Euritg ann with hnliness J will pass mg life anh prartire mg art. 31 will nnt rut a persnnwhn is suffering with a stnne, hut will leane this tn he hnne hg prartitinners nt' this wnrk. Zlntn whatener hnuses Z1 enter 31 will gn intn them fnr the benefit nf the sirk ani! will ahstain frnm euerg unluntarg art nf misrhief anh rnrruptinng anh further frnm the sehurtinn nf females nr males, hnnh nr free. UL Mhatenergin rnnnertinn with mg prnfessinnal prartire, nr nnt in rnnnertinn with it, 31 mag see nr hear in the lines nf men whirh nught nnt tn he spnken ahrnah, JI will nnt hinulge, as rerknning that all surh shnulh he kept serret. UL While Z5 Qtiitlititie tn keep this nath unninlateh, mag it he granteh tn me tn ening life anh the prartire nt' the art, resperteh hg all men at all times, hut shnulh 31 trespass anh ninlate this nath, mag the renerse he mg lnt. I ,lla l+L1iA2J - . 569101 X 5 Q Q L 'N 49 " A a-1 'N Q ff! ADMINISTRATION CARTER DAVIDSON Chancellor THOMAS HALE, JR. Director, Albany Ho spital FERDINAND HAASE, JR. Medical Director, Albany Hospital RAYMOND J . ALMY i t fs? V fp- .. Treasurer A--i sw. g X 1 "r 5 X fcfrr i?3?"f. wif A ' N - u wffu- M "f,,-r.,.'- A ' .g3.sA- 1.zSkf:g2H-:,f,',..,-. cl at 'Wm 'A , we ' 'U-cgi . i 'fn' A u ' 'vig-'r ix, w -4 M "'.,,s..u , Q , w Y , ,X . yawn I va ,I ,iw HAROLD C. WIGGERS 1 C311 ,.-. v-. .,..,., A 4.1.3 I , ' 'Qff-fF3'53':f-kflfif " " , 5. ' '-lnt H " A I wt ., M, C .- if V, f , 4 - ' - 1 f ' 5 FRANK W R I-eww f A M. O ooLsEY, JR. , , ,til A Associate Dean V R, ,gui wmv 'sim 4 ' A ' sE:?Ni1?M,' -5 '53 Q tg , A ,- l , ,.r2.x,:l"'fg'f'j r . s ' 1 MARY E. CARROLL Registrar A V ,bq, WILLIAM P. NELSON, III Assistant Dean fi A A ff? -N' " td mms F. ADAMS Preddem ,nl FILAM.l:B1LY3.!1EL is Ncrem? ' 'K PROF .. 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Ed1ElB1'1IECk Cob. ::- HHH? sxlw ASSOCLSTE PRQYQ ASSISTANT PR1f'YEfiQ?.5 Emanuel Si Bzgizru. Eugene H. Ho: P11 ASSISTDT CILWQQ PROFESSOR Mm .upm xm- INSTRUITOIE . Eawav.ce1PQ emu L Him xi 2 LECTURER mmd P. Mail lil S-1' . 5, A W PM -A 'Mimi ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Rudolph Anker, Ph.D. Ray K. Brown, M.D., Ph.D. ASSISTANT PROFESSORS ' J Joseph L. Glenn, Ph.D. Joseph Harris, Ph.D. Richard A. Peabody, Ph.D. INSTRUCTOR Michael Vanko, M.S. X PROFESSOR AND CHAIRMAN JOHN A. MUNTZ, Ph.D. We'-.. f' ' .Q wif, ' fy' .L ,iff 3 -" N T..-f" ' F A J I -. PROFESSOR Harold C Wlggfri 73-D- ASSOCHTE PROFE5Un Gerald S. Kanter. P1111 INSTRUCTURS Daniel I. Gi1berL PhD. larry 1. 0'B1-im PhD, ' 1 42' 1, 5 v ' ' ' ""-msg-.R, , W1 Ag! BIQCHE X. Fl. ,Y xiii Ku 'eil ., Q wx W, 1 M55 A550655 1gg3fE5fiuH5 . CY, Il ' ,Qf?JEha,0,1L aw. my Puoffffmii ASSISTN me L claw PhD, Mb um PhD. mm A PM my LYSTHUCIOR Michael Vaulio. Mf. Nl I 1 1 P1 s o P P .l I ?gx ' z 4 v 1 X I 1 Y I 1 Q 4 Q? 4921 5 W X y mg ba 'rn 9 C qfuaovoooooo annum' M upon fl!! ' U v4anaoo' .',5.f.lII A c f - 1-Miffgszfzfzf-7: Q, . ' -,':-Ufhffi'-5 ' ' -1-In '5'fl"1- 1 U' aygif i-2512 . W W3 F36 5339- gig: 0 5ff'3'9i7 PR0 ,, ' 55015535 AKD K. Cuxmfxigm ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS James H. Cullen, M.D. Joseph T. Doyle, M.D. John F. Fillipone, M.D. Thomas F. Frawley, M.D. John J. A. Lyons, M.D. William P. Nelson, Ill, M.D. C. Carlyle Nuckols, Jr., M.D. Kenneth B. Olson, M.D. Leonard D. Policoii, M.D. Simon Propp, M.D. Frank M. Woolsey, Jr., M.D. ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSORS William H. O7Brien, M.D. Rudolph Ruedemann, M.D. ,ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Curtland C. Brown, Jr., M.D. Donald W. Drew, M.D. DuMont F. Elmendorf, Jr., M.D. . Paul QF. Formel, M.D. Charles A. Hall, M.D. ,, John E. Kiley, M.D. William C. Maguire, M.D. Frank C. Maxon, Jr., M.D. William U. Reidt, M.D. John W. Runyan, M.D. William B. Scharman, M,D. ASSISTANT CLI1i ICAL PROFESSORS Dicran A. Berberian, M.D. John G. Copeland, M.D. Robert R. Faust, M.D. Nathan F. Fradkin, M.D. Samuel Kantor, M.D. Harold E. Marden, M.D. F. Stanley Randles, M.D. Robert W. Raymond, M.D. Harry E. Reynolds, M.D. Ralph W. Reynolds, M.D. Joseph J. Russo, M.D. Albert M. Yunich, M.D. INSTRUCTORS Joseph B. Cortesi, M.D. Richard D. H. Flaherty, M.D John J. Garrett, M.D. Sherman A. Gates, M.D. Robert J. Gilston, M.D. James R. Greene, M.D. C. Maynard Guest, M.D. Edward P. Hanley, M.D. Raymond Harris, M.D. George W. Hemstead, M.D. Seymour A. Horwitz, M.D. Edgar N. Kemp, M.D. John K. Leach, M.D. Robert L. 'MacDowell, M.D. Patrick F. McCormack, M.D. Jay D. Mann, M.D. John K. Meneely, Jr., M.D. John S. Mertz, M.D. James A. Moore, M.D. John F. Mosher, M.D. Marie Y. Murray, M.D. Max E. Patnitch, M.D. Arnold W. Pohl, M.D. Joseph B. Robinson, M.D. Doris S. Rome, M.D. Willard B. Warring, M.D. ' PROFESSOR AND CHAIRMAN A RICHARD T. BEEBE, M.D 419' ASSISTANTS Thomas M. Aldrich, M.D. Anita A. Chase, M.D. William H. Conklin, M.D. Girard J. Craft, M.D. Joseph A. DeBlase, M.D. Roger T. Drew, M.D. Marcus B. Einhorn, M.D. John N. Forrest, M.D. Paul E. Griflin, M.D. Irene Hrebniak, M.D. Mary-Elizabeth Kent, M.D. Margaret A. Krikker, M.D. Ira D. LeFevre, M.D. Marion C. Loizeaux, M.D. George L. Marthy, M.D. Edward H. Poskanzer, M.D. Preston W. Reynolds, M.D. William G. Richtmever, M.D Lawrence H. E. Smith, M.D. Lothar Wirth, M.D. ASSOCIATES Paul R. Gerhardt, M.D., M.PH Ralph Horton, M.D. John J. Phelan, M.D. Frank W. Reynolds, M.D. Henry H. Shultz, M.D. RESEARCH ASSOCIATES John C. Hubbard, M.D. .Joseph V. Landau, M.D. .sssougli 311015: L-L. MEIN In H:sf:.:. LNSIRYCTK Wiz? S: IMFHIR Tkszdzre Q. : Kola 1 ff. 1:5 Eg: 1 .... H " X Frck rl 43 ., H- EYQ ,-.fi F1115 1. L' 3, Pflmw 'T ' 1 3 X rl' 'ztxfn 1 fgdgsf fi Wm, f Q. 2' : vlzihji vvv' 34 4, f. A l l U X , . , iw I , 5 , f 5 5 1 " X , 5 1' 135' , Z-W., ff' , 0 I Y ii 'ff f wg, 4? if L. .-4 "AQW - w',,ff,q, M. X 4 m.," , V Q E ,.-. 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Eastman, M.D. William A. Grattan, M.D. Janet I. Hood, M.D. Allan MacCollam, M.D. M. Edwin Pesnel, Jr., M.D. Thomas F. Riedy, Jr., M.D. Jack M. Spitalny, M.D. Cliiford M. Tepper, M.D. f- I . . .V . ...,.,. . ,. W...-. 4-. MH5 5? '-:" 'L's4Afi14':' w wch e, W 1 W.: .1,'fE1IFff'tff-y-f"- ff: :?'5Y'l'f'f5'f",4' 3 -'--v '- . ' , " ...f -11:5 fi.. ' .- , . , f . . A . ,-.,- - ' ff" , , 2-' -. - f- a f: 412-"-" - - ' 1 -Jawa. .ai-1' 'fi A ' -V if - ' -"4 - ': ..... .- in .1 .Q . .. f. , an-lf.-21J5l?ig22:. . , Vpwiff. YV.. v . . . 'ZF' 4. - ' ,,'s2v2-QQ-:.,-sggf.g:. ,al ' . , ,,.,,.,., ,.,,. . ,N . f..,.- Lf:-X53 1 .f-"' A gg :iw H ar X'-Q ,va M. PROFESSOR AND CHAIRMAN PAUL R. PATTERSON, M.D. , i iff' .. if W. .5 f rf. . V ri ff 4' :F 4, Q .fl 1-0 ' 'rn - ,iff-, 7Yfg?i' 3 . , glff-zfgf.gg,."-1' . df Fw3?1'fi ' ' E, Nl - " 4' nf --.-X x..:z,M- ...X .Q ffl 9 1 , A ,aw-,., . y -Up-, 'Q x. X ir-Y 1 . rf 1'f Y v4 yff?.v5 . I K F K. . iff , ..4 , V. . Pfrry, I ,ri , 1 A, I ' 17251 SU RGERY l r ,sf lhhV X nf W I I a 6 i i Y r x i Q i 5 I -mai -4' 'S 'gm fguhmlgiwms 111 fix 0115 uv PHUEESS JW", I.V"'W?dTd 4nwf'W If-MD C-'IMPoWf'f' y Sw -aww-.M ' dm1lD'IlfL . W QFESSOH iw, mmlfwlw gan. . 45500155 P Cranford I' om john W, Gh0II11kf'Ld w. Bmw Wm' ww A Wim lm li WL 'D uw Wm yin. swim Fl W my nom Il WM ' Assocmwi CI-Nw PHOFESSOH5 up may H W ' A PM Ulmer, 35-D- Hmfy H HHH, Emggnn C Kflli, U- j0hnCMcC511i1JCL Mil ME' C MD' Q Wllliam H. Ulllfhv lr. DD-. ASSLSTMT PROD2:0l2 R1IphD.AUffiMD. John I. cm BLD. G.KI1m1i Dum BLD. lame Doughmy, MD. HmeyW.Ka11SfL HD, uma J. um un. Im A. mm sm Gauge J. xm. Edward HD. ASSISTANT CINQL PROFISSORS Mm Mm sm 10hnM2m ml , .Piul M. Uufm :'fm""HHmvLgn aF:edLnm,,m J5,?,f,'H1m Qmmg A 5."fhf"'C"'f-Ella awww sm Wm. M111 Im Mun. LM I Agimgll. :Fling Uwwih um ?at"'5f12"Ti',Yf1"-fi- MWUU w wh 'lil L"f1F,mh5K3lI1 M, Mn. +TW+1x:g WM . Irqul , Q Nix 'E ,L V N5-FQ . J " N Pio . , Hamm ,W Llliltglkkk X a .J 5 PROFESSOR Arthur J. Wallingford, M.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Kenneth M. Archibold, M.D. James H. Flynn, M.D. John G. Hayes, M.D. Edward P. McDonald, M.D. Paul Schultze, Jr., M.D. ASSISTANT PROFESSORS John J. Gamble, M.D. Arthur D. Hengerer, M.D. Harry J. Mellen, M.D. .INSTRUCTORS Levon Bedrosian, M.D. Arthur K. Brelia, M.D. James J. Britt, M.D. Leo R. Collins, M.D. John E. Connelly, M.D. William F. Doney, M.D. William J. Fitzgerald, M.D. James P. Furlong, M.D. Alexander G. Gabriels, Jr., M.D. George N. Hindson, M.D. Siegfried Klinger, M.D. Saverio B. Mastrianni, M.D. A Charles L. Pozkanzer, M.D. George L. Tully, M.D. E .34 , . -X-Q f A 'fi' , X .AL ff, ...fs f , 1' S+ I of l . ' 1' I 7 1. 'K' A , ,. ff , W ' 1 ,rv Q f y 1 1 I 3" I 5 3534 . A ,Wg .fa-'Sy ,V W' , ' .1-.42 , 1, V -r , QQ, A,,.Aff'Y Z., , ...,,Qjl' L YT A699551 Tim PROFESSOR AND CHAIRMAN ROBERT E. L. NESBITT, JR., M.D. . ,hs . I X 3 1 Q T sl , . Iadfx fx.. j X ' 5 1 . 'Q 3 lg., x 'NX ' 1-,1 1, Li. " I lx ffiff 1 M , ' K4 V WW w3,' WW?2 ff 'fa M6431 ,X x ffffq, ff f ,Y Q, fat f If My iff 9 ,, ',., QA? J QNX Q4 .pd F' .IQ 71 ,AI QFESSOR grid! A. Fansla MD' OB INICAL PROFE55 gdlward S. Gooilvflllf MD' Aggucmrn cLnw1CAL PROFESSORS mei G. canals MD John E. Garnor, M-ll Hugh F. l.C3h!'1 MD' Arlhnr C. Swartz, M-Il ASSISTANT PROI-155503 MA. Ruth H. Solomon, T cLm1cAL ASSISTAN PROFESSOR Thomas L Rider, MD. INSTRUCTOHS lolm W. Abbnlll, SLD. William E. Aiknev M-D. Gerald B. Allgille ld-D. William l. Boland. SLD. Joseph I. Cohen, MD. Numan F. Dennis, lr., MD. Harry D, Eastman. SLD. William A. Gmian. QLD, lanet I. Hood, MD, Allan MacCollam. QLD, M. Edwin Pesnel, jr, QLD, Thomas F. Riedv, IL, 111 .lack M. Spitalnyi. BLD, Clillord M. Tqppdr, MAD- A W wa I PRO p .Xl In .wf', Mmm Plloglsglalllinglord. BLD. AIUIDI Assocrrrd Pil0Fl55b0Ff Kenneih M. Arrlnbold BLD. James Il- Flplllf M-D' Jglm G, HZYCS, Edward P. llclloualflr BLD. Pllll .lf-1 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR lolrn I. Gamble, NLD. Arthur D. Hengerer, BLD. Harry l. Mellen. MD. .INSTRUCTQRS Levorr Bedrosran, MD. Arll1ur K. Brflia. MD. .lam l- Brin, lll.D. L00 ll. Collins MD. lolm ll. Connelly, BLD, William F. Donny, MD. William l. Figgmlrl M13- lames P. Furlong, QLD, Alexander G. Gabrggi 1,4 Ur George N. Hiram rip- A A Siegfried Klinga, Saverio B. llash-img, UQ Charles L Pozmm in' Gelllge L Tully, l PROP-R. ROR 'wif Bllg' X X7 C i 0 M M U N I I Y H E Q A 4 Qi iw www W ,ap .A- 111141: -" f -' . , 411 3 - z wb, . w ' '14 , A uf A iff: 4, x 'f, ,- ,ig Q ANESTH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Antonio Boba, M.D. Lila J. Gairnes, M.D. INSTRUCTORS Ahmct S. Akdikmen, M.D. Melba Antonetti, M.D. Margaret F. Benjamin, M.D. Barbara C. Vosburgh, M.D. ASSISTANTS Thomas L. Piazza, M.D. Harry A. Press, M.D. ASSOCIATE Helen C. Hubbard, M.D. PROFESSOR AND CHAIRMAN OF THE DEPARTMENT CHARLES M. LANDMESSER M D 34 all-Qi E :4 .Q: Dr. Ed Gmouves SENIORS' RESIDENT OF THE YEAR ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Thomas H. Gilmore, M.D. Frederick D. McCandless, M.D. William L. Sands, M.D. Leo Shatin, Ph.D. Lenore Sportsman, M.D. ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSORS Henry Brill, M.D. H. Beckett Lang, M.D. ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Hudson H. Bates, M.D. Irving S. Dribben, M.D. lan C. Funk, M.D. ,lohn D. LaTendresse, M.D. Dorothy Moyer, AB. Walter A. Osinski, M.D. Morris Weinstein, Ed.D. ,lean H. Yacoubian, M.D. INSTRUCTORS Helen E. Holt, M.D. Lewis A. Jarett, M.D. Martin L. Kundin, lVI.S. Kermit Nash, M.S.W. Leonard Rockmore, M.D. Alice E. Rost, M.D. Paul Rothenberg, M.D. William B. Wadler, M.D. PROFESSOR AND CHAIRMAN WILLIAM L. HOLT, JR., M.D. I P . ' tem sy., Sis W L, i- .M lv I- s I " ..-if':'g"'oX 7 A -511-Tw ,.,' .W sv.,---xg- iw.. WMIWL5 EBM in -.X ,rs iam X I ,M X M,,,,...J 1133?-. X . .A-I 1 , ur x Is ffW7 -Nfl 2-Q 4354. 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I, BQLFN fr 715 ' RUSSELL FRANKLIN SHAW Brown University Pawtucket, Rhode Island I K GEORGE LEWIS SIEGEL Colgate University Brooklyn, New York .,,f f V- z, ff' +4 if 'J WZ? L 'Ao , .1 v Q ,,q.,g- VN, l., ,, J M' Oi? H 4 t Q K 4' 1 1' 'F' r ' 'EW ..-.-.H-ff' L! pf N 4 ,,,,Wq 'M ff wlth Unremarkable to 25 cm. H: -N1 pm,-:Qncmiri iv 5 ln IHC. I w1sh I had lt ln me. 4 1 ve got too lt Ill IDE 3 Orlando s H1 deawa Y ow come I dldnt make LIFE 4 l r ' v A, -ve vm f . .re 1 1- 1--Q.,-,. JAN BARENTSE WEMPLE Williams College Schenectady, New York MICHAEL JOSEPH SUBTELNY Hobart College New York, New York 97,zf5i7C' UM, I l x l fl f'1jXng'lf - g ,J , 'I 3. , Ni Tgvkkryr ,. 1 of e, V 1 ,.jb llV T g'T,5gf'2- 1 I-l5-,..gi',r . L , . . wgs.v.,.4 - .,. V X. . 3Zii1f'?f?- off ii ,. -,QR ,51- 5 itll-L ' 1 Q 1 on ' 5 e .,.Q.j,.1x l lil , 5 Fl 'P , . V- ,X 3 J J F-Q I N -Y yy 1 .N N? 1+-w."" 'cmnmasxun .-'fi ff f,- Ji" .N 2 A Ii 2 ' LS. Q - 2 ' . 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N i -.'2:w.,,,5:w23y - : - A I 11,3 '.,-'yi , if ugh., -- d o nrl, .1'nir, , r 'fb M y W 1 .... , or N Ng Q A 4 Q H S6 , iz .lf ,Q 1 its Y HOSPIT LN . as I . ,gmt .. , N whg-1 ' Aa, Q-X ju Egvmvsi if B" MB' ga- .-. ....,.. P? -..S t. . -"ZW DICTA ET DICTENDA: "I don't think a series of two cases is sufficient evidence." "Let's slide down to the coffee shop and work this out." "The review of systems is impertinentf' "Sir, I have three questions. First . . .M "As soon as he got in the hospital, he saw a piece of equipment that made him feel better right away . . . It's called a nurse." Don't believe in keyhole surgery . . . like to see what l'm doing . . ." 64 66 In Baltimore we reduced our fetal wastage and increased our fetal salvage 5079 with 4Save the Babylf' Now just a minute . . . This may sound like semantics, but when somebody says to me that cthe urine was negative' this means to me that there was no urineli' '6The treatment of choice for cervical carcinoma is surgery followed by radiation." . . . "Did you go to this medical college?,, 5'This graft shows another one of our beautiful resultsf, "lt's not that I want to glorify myself, but . . .M When we operate, Mister, we never touch the skin." Of course you know the twenty-five causes of intracranial calcificationf' Now when these exercises are faithfully performed, -the woman will be finally able to exert the desired amount of pressure on the bulb, at which point a bell will ring giving her a sense of real accomplishment." . The people, leave them the hell alone." G6 CG GS 66 GG Some worked 42 uwhy should .' rf eqldothmhevf, l,eMbyst0SC0Pedi P- Prophet, AMC IH T he Coeymams' InBuencf 'Some slumhered .- came run mg 86 Harvey Austin, Edward Keenan, John Gregory Norman Pike Kenneth Better Robert Easle 7 9 5 y, Ralph Stephens. , - Y 4. , HIV Q ,xt Q in 1 17' 5 KL 1?Nf"m- 4 ' ' E' 50PH0' THE YEA al 1 F f I If I ,f"",. V U! ' -O! . jf' A? f 'ffl' f , ' E I I M f' V M ,I I Z2 5 :I W ju bf'T'r , ,!f"xRX'- ' N fl m 1 x + f i . i A I r w Y w r , fx 1 i H ' I I 1: I ,X f l -"A 1 rf' Not pictured: Richard Antemann Neil Brown John Carroll Errikos Constant Ambrose Krupsak Edmund Matzal Norman Roggow Howard Townsend Richard Wilcox Jerry Worsham , A . . and innumerable lectures . : Il' I I I Front: Frederick Appleton, Edwin Beatrice, Robert Carroll, James Manion. Rear: Harvey ,A J. med W. Buchsbaum, Donald Price, Bruno T01 e, Eth T. C " ' l.'bZfiu1.. g an olton, Philip Grimley, George Fuller. I I I I V. . - ' 'E ,L -ir ' . 7, ,Q y YQ? We learn how to handle experimental animals . Leonard Kirschner, Charles Needham, Maxwell Abramson, Philip Manaker, David Barry, Kenneth Barney, James Claghorn, Michael Millikan. ':, .1-qv r 5 l 5345? 5 Q35 QE ' iyvf 3 I ?Zfj , 3 1 .Q f f . I 'f I George John S . . in phax fi ..w ,L ,k nv " 5 :Sm lime. 3,2791 1 r, I.. Q f A . H Y-Lil 'gi:.ei7:Ai'i 4,5 3- . 4" S ., ' , 1.1 i. . 4 MJ Ks . G. E. Taylor, Jr. C. H. Braren A. R. Warren D. E. Humphrey D. C. Buckbee C. J. A. Schulte, III X I ' X li 5 r2A. Q . 5 L, FRESHMEN R. F. Harding F. K. Yamamoto 2 E. Danforth A. N. Isenherg G. D. Howard F. W. Bauer, Jr. zu. 'x ,E LJ K N .f I 'X .try ?' K 2 t-X 1,, .X N 4 i i v Z R Q Albert Peters, John R. Bosco, Timothy Harris, Prescott Rasmussen, James Puleo, Edmund Clement, Morton Gold- berg, Vija Aisters, Anthony Leone, Robert Meyers. . . . and soon we progress to giving each other injections. '-S" Qii ' t LX- Q, NSE gt N, .mx N s E ' x Harvey Austin. I u Ralph Stephens. 5., xx 4 A' ' n , x ,,. ...U 5 3 .r..x.. .- L- ,.,1 f arf' QM' 's , Psiw- E L ? C 6915 IU 1 moqem Csome I L M . axevfee hfeeso ' ssfgxfi me JMRbFurman, J. G. R. Russo, C. J. Kachulis, Thomas Hale, III, C. Possemato, E. O. A. Terino, L: C. Burns, L. F c onald. 'Ft'-w --449' . d: Notpxctllfe H 1 Richard Amman Neil Bfmmu john Cano wut Q Enikoscons ak Ambrose KHP? , Edmund Maw! ,Q Norman Roggow d A Howard Townsen Rishafd Wilc0X Jerry W01'Sh3m qf A T , Q t X J 6 1 , A , , , . and in! 5 YQ? ' y Front: Fred t W. Bucket-a Jay Abbott, Clyde Turner, Bernard F. McEvoy, Anthony Bardinelli, Anthony DeTommasi, Dante Gismondi, Alfred Lucier. 'W' ' , . :V If QM Many hours spent with the microscope A Fuller. 5. "N but ff 1 iff, v',i ,wf?i?e" ' 5 a 5 3 3,66 xx i '- Rohm D. J. Proferes, R. E. cm, J. R. soeter, n I , Q4 F 'S TF--' 1' ' - L I . T . Yeh- ' I A U. . i g afieine Cumc Bopvff C .,:,, v.. Xa iz, 3 3 A J. Baller, L. J. Alrutz, S. E. Springstead, S. Antiles, E. L. 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Phillips, R. J. Klugo. 1' ! . 1 I S X S K, .. 1 K S. 3 - 27.29 ...Q- W, 1 -gp, gd' yr 4 nw.. ' 15:1 ' ' I l X I I I . I' I '4 II I XIII I I I v , I .1 I I -'O gif., In ff .,4' .-',' - -I " M. J. Seligman, S. J. Sills fseatedl, B. R. Baskin, G. D. Maud, M. Garafalo, Jr., a friend, R. L. Phyliky, E. C. Shuttleworth, Jr., M. Green. S 53009 ai I I who ha Shde sesslon at 4- 00 -iliac W' I 1 3. In 1' , ,ez five' Vik QL, If ,I ,Ju f 43.7, I :Tw 5 ,rm my f if 2' ,Q J ' wr.: N me? ,. e X Q33 ' ..: xg 1 I . M. Dalrymple, Jr., R. P. Morone, N. Rotondo, M. G. Schultz, R. M. Rosenblatt fseatedl, R. W. Robinson. . Big Bopper wud. cmched? X MARY ELLEN FARNHAM LINDA J. PEMBROKE JANET SPAN RUTH D. SWEET L! r I f W . 1 1 I L a I 15 . ,ig ii Ez i iM ' 1 ny, 'H V ,mi nj! I X , i ' X ffl n I 'I S! 1-' ,I '1 f'.' i .. ,Qgl ii 1 a F i 4 . J t . L Bob and Frank mer Saidv Ranson A N M. A. Ralston, D. B. Hickox, C. L. Berberian Iseatecll, N. D. Wing, C. A. DiLa11o, R. C. Granger fseatedl, R. P. W L B Sengelmann, R. C. Burns. ' ' ay -X 3 X KX X I 'Q wif. .f7' sill f if "No- x ,7- J' -x -' A - FI x 'Y-'xiluniqi K ....:: -572:-v N --,' Q fgfzx L.. Mb- -v--11...-y -s 46 -.... Y 'f , y 'A p -N.., . 4 , wnq., C J Whee-ee! Use "All" in your automatic At last-A party! Professor of Eggnog z. 1 ii-13, .J K ' 'S . i . i 2 ml Q. As ..,,. :..,-. 0 V ' x.: 55+ ,X ' x W ,, ,AZ 4 CCLIT. Bourns, J. E. Boyd, P. N. Geisler, J. L. Schaepe, M. J. Claytor fseatedl, R. S. Kimball, M. F. Stein, .l. W o ton. s ' A f X ,QMH 9 ' disease ' um? 5 This W . online Noonilme no College 11 year ivision dicine. zercise. 2 tech- Lerapy. h each linical us for g bos- Iation. lbany' DME xabili- Y, 3urke ieuce from mber 'rapy' l n I . rx 1 Ay, 1 S ! w L R ..,..!' .TI Q ' "vw .f-L, ,M J, -. . fy' Hi 4 ,f,, 'zQi5fQ3'?:i,:f A w i f, , ,gif O6 SYLVIA J. KOWAL President fv- E. DIANNE NUSS PAULA J. CROOKS Secretary-Treasurer Scribe MARY ' .' 1 1 ' " ' ' 'L pw 'f ,jeff mld like mbered NEI' the Tllank in our nsand l I 1 I ..........., I l I l 1 1 Miss Helen Flicker E Director of Nursing Service i Director of Nursing Education l W , 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 l l l 1 l l l l l I , l 1 1 l id! 5 Y '-" , mir? ., ,V 'V v,.- Y , V. Y. 1 .l ,Q 1 T' . p l 'W' 1' ' -,., inf, -. . Wfgj Ui 5 1. lili , 4 lll-n 1 - I ,V .,.-. 2.217 , -7 qw i , W F 1 iulr n'll 1 llll l ll F11 L l 1 f l gl 1 if A ,. ,. .--- is 9 '-,H AV l l V , it 1 l . 1 V' 1 , ,,4, A A A ' 1 A 1 . ,.., KAVV fy ., 1. .lhn VY, Q, 11 is i sw 4 - f .C l Mrs. Mary .lane Ewart Miss Marie Treutler Assistant Director Assistant Director 1 . ef . . of . i Nursin Education Nursin Education 1 . l l 1 1 l Q Our directors-who keep the wheels of the school of nursing turning smoothly. N 1 1 13 I l l f l 1 1 I3 J in 1 I " ff .,s,. s A Jfjgjgjql W" , , r 1 , - r 1 --,.1 , ff u I C 1 xx 'lu' , Q 1 ,- A '2 11 I 1 1 1 g i . 'I 5 E' One wax job 51 Q 1 ? ' Q1 1 1 1 1 1 is 1 S N, 1 1 1 1 f I I 1 ' 1 1 , I Q 'li E 1 1 i11N l 'Ev 1! i 1 1 i 5 . I 1 T 1 5 I V 1 x 1 S g 3 1 W ! i 1 3 ' Dr:AlQxander sent over the Final Ex- ' 1 1 amlnatlons and grades-here's yours! 1 5 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ll i 1 1 1 11 1 X. 1 ii if I 1 5 1 X1 ' if 1 2 ' 4 XX, X 5 ,Y , X 1 How ! k . P. T.V Rock and Roll N, 1: u gg2.,,.-1- .ng -. . 511, 7 4. 'Vrk .4 MQW K j 3: atv ,.,. V- , , -.9 V, i, . , i 2-N, 1, ey, I gjf- i . ,I ww I ' v ,Vi 2 1 ' 2 1, . 4' Q T V Standing Mrs Mary French, Psychiatryg Miss Sylvia Copelon, Pediatricsg Miss Mar- garet Sweeney, Psychiatry. Seated: Miss Frances Barvian, Obstetricsg Mrs. Gloria Brayden Communicable Diseases and Tuberculosis Nursingg Miss Albina Snarskis ., A ..,, 1 3 . Li fx! 1 A .f YQ f'5:.M :iff , 1 - 1 S 1 rim.. 1: 1 ,I 3 ,g,:g,,'e:f -L' in 51 gr. Nursing A1-ts. Seated: Public I-lealth Nursing. rs. Dorothy Armstrong, apy. 1 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 . X ,, .f. -3. , ' ks --gui... . A '4"f.L2I1:fI'f"Cf4'l?7'lf.2f'-"Z T" 'fgla 1 A ' 1 " A :Lexi ,, - 9 xx Mrs. Lois Stewart Mrs. Catherine Golding Psychology Obstetrics ' - 'Gigi-yi 'Q I a iv i 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 . 1 11 4, 1 1 . 1 1 1 4 1, 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 H5 1 r 1 ' 1 , ,WT .-' I W... I I 1 v 3 X,v- sv J: F , if b 2 afar - '-sf' f I if . 5 5 Y! fi 1 3 1 Q . V ,, , VAV, L f The Tribe "LI-JA-SY-ME-RU-DI-PA" - fThey who stand sideways in paral- lel bars? The class of 1959 began their physical therapy curriculum at Russell Sage College in September, 1955. Preparatory courses were taken at "Sage,' before the fourth .year of professional studies, started this past September at Albany Medical College DIYISIOU of Physical Therapy. Courses in the senior year included physiology, clinical medicine, neuro-anatomy, pathology, physics, tests and measurements and therapeutic exercise. Gross anatomy was taken here as '4Sage" Juniors. Practical application of the tech- niques and treatment procedures learned in massage, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, goniometry, muscle testing and postural evaluation was possible by working wltlr each other and treating patients under supervision. A four week period of pre-cl1n1Cal observations at the various area hospitals was part of the first semester. i Practical experience as physical therapists is gained during clinical affiliations for an additional twenty week period. Each student goes to five different afiiliatlng h0S- pitals or rehabilitation centers, spending approximately four weeks at each 3.iTll1atl0n- Affiliations are selected from an approved list, including those in the area: Albany Hospital, C. P. Center, St. Peter's, V. A. and '4Sunny Viewv: and others: N. Y. State Rehabilitation Center, West Haverstrawg Institute for Physical Medicine and Rehabill- tation, N. Y. U.-Bellevue Medical Center, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, N. .I -3 Hartford Rehabilitation Center, Conn., Strong Memoral Hospital, Rochester, Burke Foundation, White Plains, and N. Y. State Public Health. . In September, after clinical affiliations, the class receives their Bachelor of SCICUCG degree from Russell Sage College and their Certificate in Physical Therapy fr0IT1 Albany Medical College Division of Physical Therapy. After graduation, each member of the class assumes full status as an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, ready to accept professional responibility in her chosen field. l 3 3 1 K v i DEDICATION ,1:"", f-M, if ,f Mrs. Anne Rose As our student days at A. M. C. grow nearer and nearer to the end, we would like to take a moment out to show our appreciati-on to you, Mrs. Rose. Although you have only been with us for a short time, you will be well remembered by all of us for your honest, friendly manner and your willingness to help us over the hurdles. We could not forget your bright sense of humor or your ready smile. Thank you for your eeaseless understanding and just for being what you are. Of all the memories we take with us from A. M. C., one of the uppermost in our minds will be that of a cheerful, smiling, tiny "ball of fire," who pulled for us and pushed us throughout our training. For these reasons, we dedicate this, our yearbook, to you. .,,. -- 1- rp? ,. Q ghter, apprehension, 5 on Your floors and mi- to be quiet' You are elves because that 15 Profeiion honored ment of birth to the d naeic f01'ITlulaf Cane front a doctor Who when the task 2. . t id that life Seems 0 f ld. iiid that is fha woi ina so C0mPlete I ULF tion are stwfig' a . gh y. har. idgf UEEHJYOU will I and ho have hearts nf? W c ow e and honor to In . Verna R0 3 ! 1 I i 1 l I I i l i i i i i i I i I 59513. WL: ff AT THE END OF A NURSES DAY I Seven O'Clock! And the nursels work Was done for Another day, She heaved a sort of tired sigh And put the Charts Away. Then sat for a moment And bowed her head Over the little white desk- "I wonderi' said she to herself, "after All, Am I really doing my 'best?', Perhaps I could have begun the day With. a brighter Cheerier smile And Answered the bells With 'LRight Away" Instead of '4After Awhilef' V And I might have listened with sweeter grace To the story of SiX's Woes, She may be suffering more, perhaps More than Anyone knows. , And I might have refrained from the halfway frown '4You Could have done better today But oh! The Omnipotent One Seeing Your faults, does not forget The beautiful things you have done." HHe knows little nurse that you love your work, In this house of pain and sorrow. So gladly forgives the lack of today, For you will do better tomorrow? The nurse looked up with a grateful smile, "Tomorrow Iill make it right," Then Added a note in the order book, "Be good to them tonight." Anonymous l I9 lf , , i ., ,V I If Z7f'?5Z'f'1'-'ff - "" - '- Tvlflffi-ii-'Q ,ffffwi I Q ,A f 'll' Q i if is fff - 4 'NN kjf 1-ri - 8 4 A L 'gist-X mg. .fi '1 'Plum .fiff " fi' N A x g F ' f Lisa. W , ,Lf ,'.'- . Faculty Standing: Miss Gertrude King, Pharmacologyg Mr. Harold Schwager, Basic Sciencesg Mrs. Nancy Lesher, Nursing Arts. Seated! Miss Josephine LaLima, Mrs. Clara Cipollari, and Miss Dorothy Mallory, Nursing Arts. Standing: Miss Jane McCloskey, Medicine and Sugrgeryg Miss Sandra Scudder, Pharmacology. Seated : Mrs. Dorothy Armstrong, Medicine and Surgeryg Mrs. Anne Rose, Advanced Medicine and Siurgeryg Miss Nancy Nott, Diet Therapy. .,,..L . 3 ..,, I ' , .,i, Q L ' ' '- .aj V. 1 it 2 Ji . A . 3 vm, Z ,, I f' fr 1 8 Q. .ij L., If :C-3 i -W 2.55. ai., 5, -- ., " E .1 1' f E as bil' .y is Q '34 s Standi garet Braydi Public Q9 gl rf .V , Mrs Lf Psy, ,' 'Nhry infl- 251151 pw-' 6, f , f L ,a ' S ? 1 i 5 f 4 i W 1 4 N I 4, i I 1 4 ci fi 'imlinndgb-M ' - W I ' - ' ' A' as W-s.a.4nsmm.gff'ff - - 'X V - ' 'V fIfZa:m,:wa::-m' m. PHYLLIS MAXIM "Nothing is imposs fs lf1L7'!' -+1-ff ' THERESA MALONEY wferry 7 C f - ' True happmess 1S to no place confmedf' VV vfnizl qi .,,. , f 'fgffzlfg -.ga y A J . ,,. ' V s 4'Phy1" Q l s 7 if . . . 77 1 ss Q lble to a w1ll1n heart. g ' .f'-" --g:, A... "ii """Lk' ' JEAN O'CONNELL "Jean,' "Not in the rewards, but in the strength to strive, the blessing lies.'7 LETTER T0 THE CLASS or 1959 Mrs. Verna Rolf Director of Health Services Dear Graduates of 1959, Each of you has so much behind you during these last few years-tears, laughter, apprehension, criticism, and most of all-many, many days filled to overflowing with busy duties on your flo0I'S and many cram packed hours with last minute preparation for papers and examinations. i No longer will you be told when to come in, when to sign in and out-when to be quiet. You are now professional young women chosen above all others. You must give of yourselves because that 15 what nursing means. It is not for the selfish person. You belong to an outstanding profession honored and revered by all. 'Who else sees life in all its stark reality-from the miracle moment of birth to the sad but beautiful peacefulness of death? You've been discouraged many times and certainly will be again but a little magic formula, Called the Golden Rule does wonders. Apply it when you feel like losing your temper in front a doctor Wl'10 seems unreasonable, when a patientis demand seems out of proportion to his illness, when the task assigned you seems impossible to accomplish. By remembering this-you will find that life seems to treat you a little more kindly-what you do for others comes back to you a thousand fold. There is just one other word that I hope and pray none of you ever forget and that is the word Hcompassionf' ltls meaning should remain with us for no other word can describe nursing so C0mPletely' To be compassionate doesfnot mean that you are sentimental or weak, but rather that you are strong- Compassion means you understand and accept yourself and others . . . that you judge not too harshly. Compassion, above all, means never forgetting the little kindnesses, both in word and deed. You Wlll find you like yourself a little better too. Never forget, you are caring for human beings who have heartS and souls, as Well as sick bodies. The key to the future is in your hands-use it wisely. It has been my privilege and honor to know each of you. God bless you. Most sincerely, Mrs. Verna Rolf 5 Qun Mmnimw E dwei-'ki,.5A5ff".-st' -sr 'tr if , ,Y ..f. -.fl .W.....,,4... . .,. .,, ..-. .,,,i- -- .""fe- ,A ' .- . , ... . - . .Q . , -.-1, ., - ' - '-':. , 'nf ". -' " A - , - , "- ,, Y 1 'N- - V f y . . , e -.f ' - , V. - 1g A V -V ,, 5 Q -, Q , ,,:A,.f1.-1-f. s-,V -m-1,j,:,f.1f+:+', 5 e , Q 4 --. . i . - g H Q I x W N D Y i GAIL TOMLINSON 6'Gail,, I '6Be true to your word, your work, and your friend." w 4 Q S F I I r i i GE I +ff'1.u:.:cv--f,. , ALICE LYN NE SPELMAN "Spel', I like getting lnto hot water, it keeps me so cleanf' '-OW' JW' es.. CAROLYN ANN WRIGHT '4Ma', HMeet trials with smiles and they vanish, meet cares with a song and they flee." V 4 A v y n x vii 1,'l 'id l V? ii 1, li i,, M4 M, Ex, ia -a 1? P W w P I, in -4 9 PHYLLIS NH "Nothing is i1 '32 '1 at SUSAN ANNE ALLEN "Sue" 4'To look up and not down, to look forward and not back, to look out and not in, and to lend a handf' ELEANORE EDITH BARTON 'aElly" "Light is the laughter that comes from a joyous heart." PAULA BERMAN "Paula" 'The worldls a bubble and the life of man less than a spanf' 1 1 1 1 E I f f JOAN H. POZEFSKY '6Posie" I ! in I, "Oh dear, not to the front office againf, A 1 K. I ir 3 Q xi' I 11 , I ' I Y on li I ,,, Y NANCY REED "NanCy'7 Q K l I X J CC 3 ' I Q Q 1 3 TIS not the actlon, but the 1ntent1on that 1S good b d " 3 li or a . A A ' Z in ' 5 vvlf A A , gf f."' , gf a 'A A 1 , ,. 4, ful , ,Axlv I I ANN SIMMONS 4'Peakie" . 334532 ff' , ooo 1 oo,o Never regret anything in life exce t n t h ' 1 - - ,, P 0 avmg 2 1 llVCd 1t. N A 1 5 122 .X NP A e GAIL TOi "Be true tc ig EJ W vi . ef , , ff '...w PgA4....'4.n. , f ' Q' ' " Y o 5hHff0I1,' SANDRA CONERTY HSandy" 'Q 'gThat yourfaith should not stand in the wisdom of men, but in the power of Godf' - KNO one would have crossed the ocean if he could have got off the ship in the storm." ' A JOAN MARIE CONTOMPASIS "Joanie '4Every man's hfe IS a fa1ry tale, written by God,s finger." . . f Q ' ff if "- f itfff A Q . - ' A- . .- N XX.h , ,. JOYCE COLVIN 'gJ0y" O R CLASS HISTORY Pack the car and all hop in, We're off to nursing school. Dad knew the way to take us that day That September 4-th, crisp and cool. Cars loaded with toys and pictures of boys Found their way to the residence door. We unloaded right there, then headed for the stair And climbed to the top fifth floor. It's off to Freshman Camp, they said, Take plenty of blankets, itis cold! It was cold, all right, that whole weekend through, Though we warmed right up to our faculty, and Rosalie, We met them all in corridor and hall, When we came back to settle down with books. And the wide-eyed Freshmen, with beanies askew Could be found in all corners and nooks. The subjects, we found, soon got us down, How would we ever pull through? Anatomy, physiology, chemistry, p. a., And nursing arts, just to mention a few. After studying hard, we reached our first goal For tomorrow our capping takes place. lt's a night to cheer, ,and drink our root beer! Bring on another case! Let's "bunny hop" down thru the hall, someone said. We did, and later wondered, who's fault? A step on the stair, we scattered everywhere, Kay, may I introduce Miss Ault! Proudly we wore our caps the next night And our Moms and Dads smiled with joy. It's more strawberry punch and brownies from lunch, Then homeward bound on vacation, oh, boy! We came back to pass meds and make more beds, Our studies seemed harder than before The time just iiew, for we were then working, too, And we were knocking on our junior year door. It,s across the street to Bolton Hall, The juniors came by the scores, Looking forward to nights, evenings and Hashlights, And work on the specialty fioors. Psychiatry, the o. r., and obstetrical floor Onward we did plod, The nights on 6th floor, a child behind each door- Did you feel a bit closer to God? A new September brought our senior pin And a vacation for all on Hun. Will studies never end and graduate work begin? No, for now Senior duties have begun. At times it seems, we lose sight of our dreams And our spirits are lower than low, But they mount high again, and with new heart we b When we realize-just a few months to go!! The money's rolling in-thirty dollars a month! And how shall we spend all those "greens"?! The diamonds galore on the gals on each fioor, Indicate oodles of weddings, it seems. Graduation plans are in the making- White Dinner-Rose Planting-Senior Ball, Graduate uniform. white, pin gleaming and bright. Eagerly we look forward to them all. With eyes to the future and heads held high, We look forward to what will be. But our three years here, through sorrow and cheer, Will be cherished in each memory. too. egin, 6 ELEANORP "Light is t heart? S ,, 3165!-7-rgv1ij' ,l,, .zu ,YM ,,-lx, ,..-ft, , . Y t'l:,N,m.,V.,,:v I .i ,,, , 'K 1, :I - ' 1,-"3 'fig Ve'-1 ' A 'ri .-yzfqg ,,:,:3,-.... ,:': e ' " W .1 '- ' ' .. -. . f " M. , ' - jas:,a,:-gQzI2:za:4::IA.sLiii1e:42f. '1s.gM3, 2 ,-'..,-,1'i:.':- 6 , IX 'Ilan ng Snsslxallow '? I I I KATHRYN M. FORD "Kitt I I 6'It's a friendly heart that has many friendsfl I I r I I I I Y I BARBARA FOSTER uBarb" "To be beloved is all I need, and whom I love, I love indeed." I I SHIRLEY PATRICIA FREDERICK "Shirl'7 'gln all labour there is profitf' I I I I I 129 I I . I -f I v MARILYN BLACK "A good companion 12? WML JEAN COLLINS "Jean" "Ah, sleep! It is a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole." A 6, SANDRA Cl "No one wow have got off , s 126 A . A .. i.- -W., ,.....,. Y -W., ,V f A H A f ,V . . . ., :. , V, -ar ,iq .T2f4-v7?3- . . .., 3 ry ' '. 4'-v:LL'x5n:.p,g-44:J.w.1mz3Lp.a.az:.-.,--,. 1.--4 A1 .Aw-A -.ng,.5,,-,.A4.,17.,V. . M... -.-1111. - ' ' M- -f f .. I I 'nik "N, i 6 '6Better late than neverf, GLEN DA M. HANLIN 'gGlen" N V l l 4 Q r 5 l, ,, aiu Q 5 i Ill i, l R Q ,Q 2 li' A 1 f il F i "ll1IlC BARBARA KATHERINE HELLA "Barb', p accompanies 1 'cCloucls may hide a star, but clouds will vanish i and the star remains." A j 1 J f 5 i 8 ' i f, IQ,-tg - 1 , my A ' L iiiiiil l Q i ii 4 , DORIS HERZOG "Doris', l ' ' HA merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." ii f J A l . V i i 1' -W ,' A 'A -a E' t Ngxxi-Bvkgi , I r S BARBARA COOPER 4'Barb" I 5 xl ' x f "It is not how much We have, but how much we 1 I I I , '15 S 1 kv I v 4 Y 1 . . 5 5 enjoy. that makes happlnessf' 3 ! sh A 1' ' 4 5 Q :Y - F i i , i 1 g li l ,' ,N , i x: i w if V. 11 11 11121, I 1 , ,n. : 1 5. A 31 U 2 YN! ri we 'I H 8, E, Hsigencia is deep as eternityg 5 gig I as mme. ' Q 5 fi M miiiiwf MJ -LW it QW Q g g5eatZiLi 0ut f A RWMWW www 'ha iii , WM , ,:, " Q 1 ff MARY MANN DAVIDSON "Mary, Speech is as shallow ,, ' 57 ' eff Q I 'ffl O5 1 ,A 7 ff H , 1 4? A Q ' V ,,,.,,,? A. X, ,ezlvwl-V V-TAWWQ I Q 6. BARBARA F "To be belov love indeed," J, f f'r"f , 'Mfg ,,,.V.,,. - ,,. . , I .. ,. 1' ' " '.uamniaag.:.f::a4:a-L.iQs:s..'-Nw 1:43344-4:14.:sei-+LQ4-LLA...L-1:---,.....L,,f,,.Q.Q.Lg.- -QQ, ' L51 in Y' isjanff iz fewer mistakes I I I I I I I I ARDIS E. KLIPPEL "Art" I I I f "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the I best of men." I I I I I I f I GWENDOLYN ENID KRIS 4'Gwen'7 by I I I Ilsl III Illl I I: I I . . . I'e1s I 5 "Get wlsdom and wlth all thy getting, get I 12' 5 understanding." I y s1-s I I.II - K I Ieel I I I I I I I I ANN ELEANOR MCBRIDE "Annie" I I I I I I "I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, I ' and that is the lamp of experiencef' 9 .X . j I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I ..,. , t ' g ig:-si' lv ,ff .,s, , ww ' .-.P-,,-J ,Q-is--...p-Q-1 A. Aa -. -- X.. -T:,,S5 if JEAN RIFENBERICK GANTZ 'cleann 'There is nothing greater than to love and to he loved." JUNE GILDERSLEEVE ha' ' L' l' ' fit'-'gf himf' - A 5 fu. 6 MARY CATHERINE HALEY 4'lVIary', "Nice things are natural if you're naturally nice." l "As each goes on his way, o "June" destiny accompanies 67' " Q lf' 4 ,ff N . 'If Q BARBAI ':Clouds and the : fx 'WN Ns s A A..-'-ff , " if-fre, -rn., V R R we ,, ,. V- ,, ., . , , R Lf " f " .at f . . " . '. - :pi -, ft. f '-w1f'+TM"4" .A 31--" ' , A - R1 Q.- '- V ' M fi fe Ai 71 "ff-gfwz-"1 H: - L- . - '- ' , 1, 2 mf- -1:-:'. .gg . 1 +:mLL-,h.f.-:-..1-.,aQ-..f.e..t-...g...l.4,:..r...g.g.4-...-..g.:-,.g-, ..g,,x V -,--f---a.L.,4-.gma ,, f ' -' . 'R ' ,, . 4? j-:,,. . . A -V . - V K' V X COLLEEN A. MORAN O 1 7, . 6 after a fall.'7 ! . 2 ? M ' FJ W ' . M J f W lf W . Mu . on R J W A INQYIFORRISON HM sl Mr Q l O 1 A - man we ever 2 , l W X!M ness is no more than good health and a poor l e oryf' "Keenie" alt isn't how high we climb, but how We get up 1 Q17 , X ' CAROL MURPHY Murph" "A merry heart goes all the day. R n T 135 l Q F l 4 w'l ,v -' ' 7'-was '---- .... ,. .. . , ,,,,,, ,. ,-,, , .. ... -.,. 'X V .ff 4: -- R- '-- ff' ,.,..""::75'5f,g.:,,g "r--f'rw-1-jj'-v"t5Rg,-:ff:fix:.' 3 fg,:.'.1g--Q 7 . ,. 5 :"l'y' If"-'Ol"'?iS7'f'7HTibiffibil'-Ll' ffl.'-'-if-R13-Q.::'7. ..,,-A-.gynh-nam . , , 1 O . .. .L , , 5,-,R , , ..,,-,J-.-.- - , -,-.,a,,... ..i,-,,,,L, 7?Qiiff'7i-'j -U -gt", I. Q fy, , -,,.,,',,: -f K, .ll 1 , , at , X PATRICIA P HILL 3 Nothing IS imposslhle to a willing heart i fa-N JANICE M. HUNTER HJHHI, 5 The man who trusts men will make fewer mistakes I than he who distrusts them. ' 1 f i . 1 4 i , X I fi 1 S I 3 PATRICIA KILIVIARTIN MPM' I, fi 5 g Hworkuwithout hope draws nectar in a sieve and ig hope without an object cannot live. lr 1 ll l ll l 1 ll ' 132 ll ,.llL. 1 I GWEND1 6'Get wis understa: tp X 5 -., hh. 'ififzi' ' ' . N ,Y E " fi . ,ff l'-.4-wi. 1 ' ' ' 261'--"' '-mn 9"""" QW' A 1 E wif-' I-'. 5 0 1 'iPercey" uderstandingf' ,, 6 1 l L l 1 l 1 l I 4 1 l 1 CINDA PINK "Cinder" "Do what you consider right whatever the people think of itf' KATHLEEN REII-IL "Kay" "Aim at the sun and you may not reach itg but, t your arrow will fly far higher than if aimed at an object on a level with yourself." A BERNADETTE ROBERTS "Bernie,' c'Acting without thinking is like shooting without aimingfi -4 L. K ' " fs! 1 - "' ' :-l7jyjr4'?r?,f:. ' - V-2"":"7:"-':f'z:5f'?4 fu ' '-7 "Ti,-'1T2i--T'T f'f"fff:'-Q' ff- 1. -TI' V-' . ' -'j gf 'I-,. 1'-:rj-" K, k -i -, ,z X42-'ff--..fQ1qN:S.f ' -.-rg? rs. - g -- - --'-, 1: A- ' a - A :gg-' lv N ,.y9.nahnnK,q.,.m,bMd Q - L- . ff. . , -. - I E . X ex- .-3 ,4 .5 ff s- .Q .x -,. , 1 -, ,L kr: ANITA MAfRKHAM SEIBER Nlta The secret of happlness 15 not 1n dolng what one l1k6S but ln llklng what one has to do fe'-"W" nk fab. ROSEMARY CAROL MARTIN oe 3 Wlthout inspiratlon of God no man was ever A ' , VA' ' great A ' inei: L' ' ,djiv , e ry 1 ELAINE VALERIE MILSTREY Elame 6. . . For there,s a happiness as well as care." 'WHY l 3 5 5 '12 n 6 n S 134 I, L. e r be Mx K '!'A:'. - - Y A -, V 1-- 'M' " 3 J ' I Lvl..-A Mun u.1..ni - 4 'Q V Q N A n ' I 6 r i --shrug' ami." l 1 R i L 6 i I L I MATILDA SMITH "Tillie" -Y 4'Ambition has no risk." BARBARA STROEBELE "Barb" HBusy and energetic." I . J , LILLIAN M. SULLIVAN "Lil" 'eLook to the essence of a thing, whether it be a point of doctrine, of practice, or of interpretation? 139- y""7'f"-' '--f- - . ,,. ,.e -- .. , 4-x------A-1-"' ' - ,-e'. , - ',Q".11: ..'fFf"A. 'AJMJL-f-ffGff2Zf0-ff-142ff ffm. . -. Te xxx-mfg: 1' ' 'I:-11f?'AfS??23ELil'IQ,---1-C.i'.'f.'fl4i??1iff? V 9 JP' A17 V471 if vyzjf H... 7 2 ,ef ,aff ,fir ,P 227,255 9? y jfgffagb - A , 1 4251 'ky E7 . QD! -1 J C A 1 1 57,5 fy Ijva, ff jj if 5 7 if 7 zjb 4 gf 0 jjj ,gf if ff 67 0 Vdfff. L, cjfhy' ,foga E Mg5iifE,5jjII'QHOIQLS -' f4NIICh" I' I n . 0' 5' - as If sf 5 J dc' ,,an my3?ofes?oWMust11ve Well, laug oten, r I 4,1 - 5 Q 49 f ff J ef' fi ef A - f Ji' ' Q, ,fr F, 9 fcfkxjsi? Pdfj 136 grasp. 6, I JACQUELINE PATRICIA PERKINS 'alackiev A cc . , The heart has 1tS own reasons Wh1Ch reason cannot 77 CAROL LAURA PEARCE '4Percey" HHe that is slow to wrath is of great understanding? C ffl F -if U 'a 6 KATHLEEF HAi1ll at th' your arrow object on a ' ' ar Q. MARGARET WEISS "Marge, MI-Ie knows the water best who has waded through it." '1Iude" JOAN M. WEMPLE "Joann it echo." "The secret of success is constancy to purpose." f 6, 3 BETTY WHITE '4Betty hl W t c'The mildest manner and the gentlest heart." T N 6 ' 6 CAROL SAUNDERS "Understanding is the wealth of Wealth." uCarol', R X. H ,nnn ,Q ' TW' B ,Z .4.z:5,3L'!,sf' i , B i G 5 IUANITA SHEELEY 5 I 4 1 I ae me ic I 'g 138 "Nihi1 est veritatis, luce dulcius. MARIE SCHELLHAMMER '4Shelly" "How far that little candle throws his beams." BARBARA Sl "Busy and em "Needie'7 --Q R+' L rf, ,I K: 4,. ,,. "Woo y packagein JOANNE WINNIE "It is a merry heart that laughs at care." V,,.,,. 'UNA HJ077 MARCIA ANN WOODWARD '4Woody" 'The nicest things come in small packages? fpipwwla If H -4 ' - sw, X 6- BARBARA LAURIDSEX "Cheerfulness and good ui KES momh run S the Wlilfr A lp? 'sl I H111 not late! The Ladies. Two hours study for every hour of class. Venus, risen from the sea. . . Good oatmeal. Sunrise service. , , , xl : . I , if e 2140! ,6 AE will gf Q' N yy-A 4 an cf ' F 4 ME 4 2 Q, , ,,4.,. .' , y Q44 A 4,,, '-, V . Q, My 1 A414 3 Facing the firing squad. YOU told ,jf GU! more' Th 8 Commy Club. But it's not too cold! Operation knife and fork Is it love? Don't just do there! W3 X N at six' ' something, stand That's who! Success. hir' ,..--iw - l Harvey and I . 'H . -,. eu, r i - - - Sweet dreams 5 ,, lt. - 1, 'lf fgff. - 4 +1-155 ' 7 1 The Ladief' Slugger ' I arrl not late! ' .1- Two hours studY for every hour Of class. They'd better HL Here we sit llke . . .! tulips. You think you've got trou- Tip toe through the The Faculty. bles V J fm! 7' Y Wa A Can we all go? 1 - fm . - O I F, 6 7 ! Whered everybody gg, A Q 424' go? , if 4' il . , oeee We ,kgox . 1- f in 5' 414 Where did he go? -J 3 9 S h I , , 4 , ,,.- i,f4.f41,g.,: wg , , ?Q1i'1f'5 E' , . 1w,H' I ' L'?',-.. ' A Q' Q .e e ei 5 Q, t, X X' 1' A, ff 7 i X, , - , . 4110.0 I ' ' ixgfm ' , eoo., r , on Bm WS The Country Club- ' , not f00co1d! ""l Glirififwiwlloom for one more. f, f Opefaiio Z n knife and fork Springtime. 7772? 2220 ,Q f :df 7 jfj V 1 ff WZ Q I-GWPHDZ E N 1 Q. 99' -1, fir, FILL' . CLASS OF 1961-SPRING . ,P 'Q 1 ' ' , ' x 1 1 " K no L, ,. 3 ,VZ Q. Q, Q , T 1 x , 45,0 1, 9 -- f K X V. , , 1 Q , ' V ,U 2 , C ,, ',, if , 1' . ,.-, ff' '12, .. -zf 5, -. fs .., . f N f ' am., , J,,3?,w4vQ,-Z 1 ,, .wig i?i6FiLeqLgZUfZi Gizqnk 51. Ngel-vfitt, 'R. Thomas, Chatreau, L. Swanson, F. Nusbaunr ' 3' 0 Pg ennlng, J. DiF rd d , J. R d , S. M ' . P. Dowd, G. Packard, R. Pemrlck, P. Dobbs, J. BarbricFJ.nLaeIon21rd, S.uVJfIJJldox. amn, J A101 CLASS OF 1961-FALL el Front: fLeft to Rzghtl J. LaBarge, J. Crafhammel, J. Sherburne, S. Ewal, R. Boyce. Seated: 6' HQ15- Hifi lv Right! C. Maystrane, J. Stafford, B. Noble, M. Gram, N. Evans. Standing: fLeft to Right! Sf? LW J. Pearce, B. Carter, D. Neal, M. Brown, C. Ulcher, M. Keenly, P. McCormick, C. Anderson, L. 5x?L'?,gickf . Cartwrlght, J. Fitzsimmons. ". 1- 1 149 fi V . fc H CLASS OF 1960-SPRING w AN ., -' sf, I Q r - . M , x , ,, h lt V . . . fx ' 'ak 'f'- ' ff "" J S Q Q .Qt . . ' . P. . . 1. . S . . ' fl 71 Il.. 77 l Lxgarj . .- ' ,.4,..?fg3:2. rl ,M if-ae.: Q . -'f..1rA.:?. - 5.-53 . rryrrk V V I , . 1 :MV N 22147 X X is . ,...:X,,..f.... y IVQLNW .. ' x .' l I xg ,,.vq-ww-,7 z A . . 1 ' ' Y Y f x 4 A 4 ' ! . W . X X .4 .V X P 5 Q 2.51. 1: it E i. i. iii Ht s 1 !i4 1! " L Seated: KLeft to Right! J. Montayne, L. Parker, J. Wilson. Seated: 'Lf V' E. L. Herkeli A , P. Dowd, G 1 i. fx i CLASS OF 1960-FALL 1, -gf , 5 6 . Q, K A f, - ' E ax, ' . .zu , is A K A. , , V.. 9, -K .Q . L L 1 -M A L: Jim , ? , 1? Q 1 V A 'I ' Q, ."".1 1 . If ' 4 .. '1 -A - .V . J. 2 .. I - . I fl 1 W ' . :V ,q - 2 ' . 5 : , 2 ' r I Q .- ' ' o 5 , -X , V. f , , -,S 5 K4 .lf I ' , 1 . Z' A I s , F P- f f ' I , .4 , N. xl, W I .Ny , A 13 gg fri? ,. , , 5 I . 7 kff, UV "" ' rua! . f,...' h' frkk 'Z r ,fx , , xkyvk, - MJ, 2 6 f.. V, , .. ,.AHag,-jf, Lx 29 X S fx ' . . .I J- 5 Fir' Q: ,ef . V I, ' xt X - tg 7 v. .1 if X K , 1 A A J K 'J ' fx" ' 4 V WR f 1- . -'f ' -qx . " A Q' X. XX L 1 'I X , i A "1 , l,"x ,"hA 'ff'-f"'ef"f 1 .. . .Q .t , ,Q , M , H , I, w N , V A ' . ma. .1 .W Wf ff , we - ,J ' ': Gi.. . .fgf?fzif f-'F 245--ie" 6258! w ,.. J f. fy " 'a " " . , f . . Wfex'9QY -'f- '7' Ffh, Ff1?" .'mf7fMfX 7 :-1f'f'7 . 4 T ' ,e . in "1 , Seated: fLeft to Righd J. Hebert, V. Rozd'1k B G J ' D H1 k G Hale, i ' Ebgangagililiillag- II2elg3i,15f. LaI1iVIregie.f Seci2,:tci7B?5w:-Sexgcgi fLiingnI?Z'htJ. B.eBnz:1lSgrt, J. Va: PM Q S1 - , . e on, . , , I - , ' , Ulf: 'E 148 M. Goodharr, J. Truby, J. Kaley, B. Blgxxffs. mon' S Bock, C' Olson' S' Hamas' N Pamc Buff f.. 5 U-1 V P9811 , Ai b aflxqii ' A 'S .U I f 5 f l . CLASS OF 1961-F ALL I , X N x i ll N 1 4 1 I W , '- ' 1 ,1-.,-.rv , J ,fl 5 5401 df 'f ' '....?7 ' fog, g .Q rm , xcn Row: Q Z., Y bv XL 5:1 S. Tremper, Y , N ,A , I. - .. 1 Front: ILeft to Rightl P. Tyrell, P. Johnston, S. Wagner, C. Stanford. Seated: K Left to Right! i E. Kholer, I. Swisher, R. Reiley, B. Zirkle, N. Narrow, J. Stark. Standing: fLeft to Rightl L. Smith, 1 P. Kimmerle, J. Considine, N. Munoii, B. Schellhammer, M. Benoit, N. Whiting, C. Boomer. B 5 I I 6 I-Wiflwi 'JAY Q '.il"5':L4-'V ."' r , S 3 5,1 4vvV I 1 ' - , S . I 3. ,., f I V . 3 .nei A P 1 ! ff, , E I ' ei - . . .."' , I P 1 i f wwf L..:-'.. ...':"5' C ...V im. ,.,,,x.M 2 , I , 9 . 4 ' Q P Y -. 1 ,Auf 1 1 w 1 i 5 Q f .six K X ji f CSG?" dw - ' PZ F J 1.F"'i' 4 X w if" Q B J Fi1-1. i ' .--'--Yr. -f -- ,. --"J1..':-.-'V,-'ff-bcdfzf,--ff ff-:,.-.43-N.-. . .X ,1g,x..53:j. - - f- K .755 1 V ,JAH Q , ,lk f -N - - - -fxe. . 4 N -5 J. v .'..,-, "::.1 x,-get-.xg-.5-, 'Liv f4,.-+.""""J-ATC-N943 1 J 5 1 . a 1 1 1 4 I' ? . 1 2 5 J CLASS OF 1961-FALL V ' 13:1 E" A ,,. i . i Seated: K Left to Right! C. Van Liew, J. Cawley, A. Farrell, D. Hubbard, J. Shord. Second Row: J . J M. Peck, L. Sahl, K. Spininnweber, M. Wilsen, J. Dillenbeck. Third Row: M. Burns, S. Tremper, J M. Schoff, M. Conety, C. Simson, K. Burch, C. F uda, E. Harder. x KJ YN J . J CLASS OF 1961-FALL 5 J! E ,, W 1 If 2 -I fi 5 5 I 2 Ji Seated: fLeft to Rightl D. McMath J. White M Miller Second R0 . M Cook M Bal-delli i B.Pe11ok,P.McC1d,B.I k.,Th'dR,.' -' W' ' ' ' 1, j Q L' Gillespie, L. Irelasi S. Wosgfglefyma ow. C. Glbean, N. Race, K. Kennedy, B- Bef e1'Y 150 ini? J J . J Front: fb E. Kholer. P. Kimmex I .lx R. I .FE i N-8.4 3 k l 'N ?' U! N v 7 - H r n l rm. G Fi Sanding: 5. Allen, , ' ' ,gr rl-' 391, . .M 5 TWV STETH-O-SCOPE Seated: D. Nichols, Co-editors J. Collins, C. Murphy, .l. Perkins. Standing: E. Gomes, L. Premru, K. Reihl, M. Morrison. STUDENT COUNCIL 7 M: G. H . u l U -1 . P U S. Allen-Treas., L. Prernru-Pres., R. Thomas tandmg- B- Clifford, C. Murphy, N. Patrick, B. White, J- Bafbrlckf E' Gomes' if ' I f"v sec. s lnhfli C- Moran, D- Nwhols J- COUHIS- Seafed- J- Ives VIC? res' C. Pearce, K. Helm. X If,-J", l I r 4 l Q f 1 n I I i g: , A-K i SKULL STAFF 4 J a l 1 1 ig i 5 3 i l 7 hi 14 , l Y 1 4' . , - J Front: M. Smith, P. Berman. Seated: M. Weiss, J. Gildersleeve, Co-editors C. Hanlin, D. Nichols, G. Pink. Standing: S. Allen, Sem I J. Perkins, M. Black, C. Moran, R. Martin, C. Murphy, M. Schoff. 1 l 's I SENIOR COUNSELLORS ,, I s s N ii '. Q, , i it 1 1 4 i ?5if'f ,af 1 I d: D. Nichols. Co I 11 X4 gi N xx i K l 32 L1 Seated: M- Mann, B- FOSUBT, A. Markham, J. Collins. Standing: M. Black, B. White, J. Wemple. F - 5 TURB: i. XSQQ. anlin . 5 154 lg an ding: CWM Chgmg CIVICS COMMITTEE iq D. Nicholls, Mrs. M. Wetmore, .I . Ives, N. Evans. IUDICIARY COMMITTEE 41-'C Lg. Seated: A. Kmen, B. Clifford, S. Willcox. Standing: S. Tremper, L. Burnett, C- LGU- L I ' I ,,. INTER-FAITH COMMITTEE I , ,.-2I'L'i4UQ, 'X"Y'F'l, I 153658 I- sLfff'1-: P' Q. I 1' -1 5 5 E if? If 7 I Y 'slgff-':A":""' . -' 'LEX-I,-'1-w S- , ,U ,II , . . I A - , ! ' 3 I J . f -wfgffwi ,I 'f f , V I 1 f" M H S. Allen, L. Schilde, R. Pemrick. ' I- II A I? xi fai far, 535 IEW ,g' Al, i'I EQ STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION aj ' I ?:'I ,xl Ip 4 ni fi r , , I ' I I .li 'I ,, l -vf Seated M Mann C O1 R 15 A 5 - I - SOD, CV- Mills, S. Allen, J. Perkins. Standing: G. Pink, L. Premru, A. Markham, E. Barton, K- Rei I I Evans, M. Goodhart. If P 156 II 5 F. Il: hl, N- H:"575fA':' -- A W ,,.1, igfivgvf I, ' E 311 .mg ff F -mwa- I I-fri. I " 5' .gf I , , TI I,-, Ii' i ? .224 N ff Sr 45. -. .Q 5 v I 'f.F11f8YC3Il'D N.P 'k PA Hi L GMES. 3U1C,J.Walker, SPORTS COMMITTEE Seated: E. Gomes, Chairman. Standing: M. Mil- ler, G. Pink, M. Weiss. wyx se' 'V' 5 i WELCOME AND TOUR COMMITTEE D. Hubbard, C. Moran, Chairman, K. Reihl, B Clifford. I NEWMAN CLUB I ' iv .. ' Fifi ,XA lf: ijfgf V? Front: D. Nichols, M. Benoit, J. Consadine, M. Miller, R. Martin. Seated: C. Ucher, P. Soroc, Father Carron, N. Patrick, J. Walker, Standing: L. Smith, G. Hanljn, R. Pemerick, M. Sch llh ' PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Front: M. Cantwell, N. Patrick, J. Perk- ins. Standing: J. Consadine, D. Nichols, C. Olson. e ammer, M. Cantwell, C. Moran, P. Hill, E. Gomes. ,ff 907' ww , ,,,v" ,ft SPORTS . c S led: E' Gomeltcc ISC. Pmk, M- W'- 4 1 The Center of Am action, If I -,,i.. ..-fgfv-nw--... Q A . A 1 5.143 aft, :gg 6.19. f . ff- ,- 1' fre n ' Mrs. Marion Wetmore Mrs, Lois Stewart House Mother House Mother B0lt0'7f Hall Morris Hall 4-4" ,f l i N . , i i i l i i 4 l l .I l V I l i it ll it lr il l li 1 i I N. i Wheres John? 3 '41 Mr Wen ,fs from I ll tl ne Piitiviut' fl W 3' . -A" - , .,3,1. ..et5e1g . ,Z s Q ' , Miss Eleanor Ault Director of Residences Main Residence When voicing appreciation to those who have guided us throughout our student years, may we pause to express our gratitude to you, our house mothers. Your attempts to make our "second homes" pleasant will always be remembered. Our special thanks to you, Mrs. Wetmore. Your patience with our midnight gossip sessions, your interest in our activities, your willingness to sympathize with our prob- lems-these are the things we will recall as we fondly look back upon our days with you at Bolton Hall. t l l l l l 1 I 1 Xa. -, ix? .X . o is .s - , . ... , . . R . . xx isa?-.S . ,. ,,,,r.,. 4 -. 4. - .. , -, W. - . an . . .,4,., s rx. X .. Nt... . X, A, .VN f-ekfffi-,l,, -,k,3..:.1',,.Q SNL ,Q QQ 1 I Surprise F 1 I , I III I ,I, II I I I , I I di? I I I I II' In as IIE I I. 1, II QI I The Fine Art of Bath- my ing Babies. If III I II I ,' I I - I' 3 I I If I I Ii' ' I I I I I I I i I E -, I I I ........, I Berg Smile Pretty Study Session? The Center of Attraction. Where's John? Mrs. M Ho BI Xvilell I X Years, may M III I0 lllfikv our ' X I our Spa- ? iessmns' XVIII? I . . . emsxihvsv Q I I There's One! Our Friends From The Ph1iilplIl6S. you at Rom I 2: I I If Im I ,,, x. I u 'A 15 1' " f' 40 S f W . ,, f A,-w,,,i V, U 4 1 f Zh , Luz, QA" 3' 1' L . 'Wir , I-, A . , X nf, My -,f, jg-fi ,L f 1 I , f V, v df A15 14 , ff , 4, . , , , ,,, V: ,W ,. ,,, ., Q ,f 4 . ,pm pm' wg wi I f:,'2:.f fffwfv '- M4144 ' ' 5:14 , 4' 'wggzzf -4 ', , ' 'ffff' V, n V , j' ,L , ,,,-,k ! 5 2 W 2 'I ?,.i-Lin, AJ If ' ' ,,',',,f,,4,,f:Q5:,f ' ' - - ,3 , wget . V we Q War Dance! 1' "I didn't mean s' it Miss Snarskis ! " --. ' xp., fi' QM -.Wd IQ. 5 rj S ,,.fxf, ,lf ,- mf! .q,,w.,g mfr., , 'flaw wwf 942 f q , 'A f 1 Q A r. I- N.. 4 v z - x j- ' V x fl' . '31, 4 'H' Miss AMC. 14" Tired but happy- I' JJ, l ' x- 4 5 A A -, LQ .. ,,. , I -rl, 9 L-I 2.1 .ff - 'i , 1 I X I ' X C' "Who took my A.J.N.?,' Y H 1 --3,4 I 4-A if , I.. . wi f ' 4 IV' xf' --sa H 'va J 1-' ' 'Q E' ,, f 'Y Qi 'M ,119 f ff 'W WU Dance! K ' v ldnt mean it MN N wl- Nlllrx Q.. A L., X I x . , The BWV Hop 1 u 'fl -va lllnfm' Which bulletin hoard... Yodre feeling sorry fer yourself. H uf. ' ' N H Vj E- .' P 53 ' A Z ' Af . fl lov: ' gag fm not lilfd- r ' 1 'SJ fa' 5 1 5 b I E' N' T, consul mv? wif 'U' send 'hw VA.. , XX. 'Dungaiea do SA-1 ef YU ho , gl.: I 111,132 - f, V. 1 1 ,u-5 3 . . f ' '1? 'f4?a'?s. 1 JJ ' ww, L I f, . V, fx . iw Q 3 E593 ati 3835.32 .A 41 n The team is in a huddlel X X. 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' ' ...nn zi:f.1fn,i..-" ""'lg3rZ.13i 1,1335 "Nia ' ' 'Z'-5'1'd'?5k' " f ' Y-.N I L' ! 5 45: is-c K' X' " 1' llgp...o..4ig'i.2uE1h?..,."5"f'...'"-'LL 1.-rtiffejyg , um A f4n.53 and 4.1-4. "Your Best Address in 'I 1 Historic Albany" ll.B..tH- ,Wm , SHERATON ,xtvtmmgq WC -TEN Evcn HOTE I. ' ' I f MORGAN J. SMITH, GEN. MGR, . ws ' -swf. llluny. XY. Yami V bum, ml l0hh9TS Compliments 1 Emi uf, nnugs my 4 of C . ompltments ?fil3lUi:flllllllf ' fe of rr !QLffwlv11vulProfeg1ion5 ua.u.s. nnom A D Bottling Co. Albany, New York I fzmllfor 1 M Emi: wr l'J6! Presfriptions lL+tSliR'5PHlMY Mead Joh neon .ffM-sf.,,a..sf,xff,,tumy,N.i1 Q Symbol of service in medicine ' QT' IN :PEllxLIw 5 I 3.1511 h, Nutritional 81 Pharmaceutical Products F '21 WV' mg !DiHUEnt Evansville 21, Indiana BAM ' GERARD LANGHAUSER RAY N. MORROW Wffzzrft Delight 539 Lawson Road District Sales Manager a D0l1na1', Nlf'-w York lD0lJ:lWal'0 AVPIIIH' .I Delmar, New York A will AYP- Delmar 9-3662 13 ff ' i i I W R -1 ',-, ' '.A' fr -'- .-.,- - 'if-, '-z. -'rf--rf-ff -- w' J H 16 - f. -,A f '.",?1'?SlF-agus I, I I ll .l, il? ll' I I I Il 5 ia 1 I w I I uv. az' V I w I I I I ,, KI ig' E 1 I il. I I H I I 'I I: sl -It 1 I 1 I r I? 1 V, if I 'lf H I! ,I ALBANY HARDWARE and IRON CO. Specializing in SPORTS EQUIPMENT for Schools and Colleges 39-43 State Street Albany, N.Y. CARMICHAEUS LTD. Suitings-Jackets SPECIALISTS IN NECKWEAR Shirts-Shoes 356 No. Blvd., Albany 3-0676 Telephones 4-6388 and 4-1747 ALBANY LABORATORIES, INC. 67 Howard Street, Albany, N.Y. Manufacturers and ,Iobbers CHEMICALS, DRUGS AND PHARMACEUTICALS For All Trades and Professions , We call for and Deliver Your Prescriptions KESSLER'S PHARMACY 605 New Scotland Ave., Albany, N.Y. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Phone 2-1377 Compliments Of MCAULIFFE PHARMACY Eugene .I. 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A good bank during this period of career building is a good friend. Mechanics and Farmers offers the medical student and young doctor every helpful banking service. A checking account is of great assistance in keeping the budget balanced. Personal loans can tide you over lean internship periods, finance your car at our low 34.95 rate or help you get started in private practice. Come in to either of our two conveniently located offices, at 63 State Street or 1084 Madison Avenue, and talk to an officer about opening an account. We will always be glad to give you conscientious and personal help on any financial prob- lem. Downtown: 63 State Street Uptown: 1084 Madison Avenue TO BE SURE-BANK AT MECHANICS 81 FARMERS, BANK OF ALBANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve System Compliments DOYLE'S UNIFORM CO. of Uniform Specialists for Men and Women THE COLLEGE RESTAURANT BROADWAY ARCADE NEW SCOTLAND AVENUE ALBANY 7, N-Y- ALBANY, N,Y, fOpposite Post Office? Peter H. Buenau Phone 4-3651 Pipes-Smoker's Accessories-Cigars THE SMOKER BUENAU'S . . . Prescription Tobacconzsts Opticians TOBACCO TAILORED TO THE TASTE 71 CENTRAL AVENUE Tel. 89-1715 1080 Madison Ave ALBANY 6, N'Y. Corner of West Lawrence St. Alb any, N.Y. I 2 K , . N an ' 11' HND 4 , y. .., Wi MMM? l Mme tht i ' " Htfhauip, I." 'Ii mummy V V .L,- .. mm x L i., XP Qivv- V' ' QM E, wi , tgmm 'iii SW or limdm 'H ui NTORNIEO. .y,,1fUf1 It 1 W XHQXUI X ,XX 'l 'Xwv ,"QmWmw X My ,vpxiiil 3. Y 9. rv, Ju' IW' x x 13" I J Dominique C. Allerand Albany Hospital Albany N .Y. INTERNSHIP APPQINTMENTS-1959 f I 9 Leonard Antiles Edward P. Baker, Jr. Gary Berry Robert M. Blumenberg William S. Bronk Martin E. Bruskin Kent H. Butler Samuel A. Cassell Thomas J. Clifford Milton H. Dunsky Howard J. Dworkin Donald W. Edwards Harvey R. Forester Ellis M. Fribush Richard L. Gold Howard B. Goldstein Robert L. Gossweiler Donald Grillo Orland T. Hines Eugene M. Hoenig George W. Howard Allen I. Hyman Gerardus Jameson Ludwig Klein Robert E. Knack Burnah E. Lamkins Peter C. Lombardo Kenneth E. MacArthur William J. McEntee Donald P. McKibbin Dale C. Metheny Leonard R. Miller Robert E. G. O'Mara Wellington J. Pindar Iving M. Polayes Robert N. Rabkin John L. Rigatti Amnon Rosenthal George Rubino Clarke Russ Ralph G. Schilling Stanley A. Schwartz Roy D. ShaHer Russell F. Shaw George L. Siegel Ian .l. Spence Seymour R. Stall Michael J. Subtelny Jan B. Wemple Roger A. Yerry Albany Hospital Presbyterian Hospital Harbor General Hospital Strong Memorial Hospital Albany Hospital Albany Hospital Millard Fillmore Hospital Albany Hospital George Washington University Albany Hospital Albany Hospital Albany Hospital Community Hospital Philadelphia General Albany Hospital Graduate Hospital Meadowbrook Hospital Albany Hospital Albany Hospital Royal Hospital USPHS Hospital Mt. Sinai Hospital Albany Hospital Bellevue 4th Med., N.Y.U. Albany Hospital Beverly Hospital Mary Imogene Bassett USPHS Hospital St. Vincents Hospital Univ. Hosps of Cleveland Fitzsimons Army Hospital Beverly Hospital St. Louis City Hospital Albany Hospital Albany Hospital Stanford Univ. Hospital Brooke Army Hospital Children's Hospital Methodist Hospital Univ. of Ill. Research 81 Educational Hospitals Albany Hospital Graduate Hospital Albany Hospital University Hospitals San Francisco Hospital USPHS Hospital Albany Hospital Rochester General Hospital Univ. of Virginia Hospital Albany Hospital Albany, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Torrance, Calif. Rochester, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Washington, D.C. Albany, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Glen Cove, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Albany, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Hempstead, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Sheffield, England Staten Island, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Beverly, Mass. Cooperstown, N.Y. San Francisco, Calif. New York, N.Y. 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Ghormley Pelham Glasier Si Mrs. Petcr Gold George Grillo Dr. Ferdinand Haase, Jr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Gerald L. Haidak Thomas Hale, Jr. John G. Hayes Dr. John E. Heslin Mrs. Lillian T. Hines Mr. Maurice Hoenig Dr. James E. Holmblad Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Seymour A. Horwitz William P. Howard Henry H. Hun H. Dunham Hunt Harry Judge Edward R. Kamen Gerald S. Kanter Dr. Harvey W. Kauscl Mrs. Edward Knack Dr. C. M. Landmesscr Dr. Dr. Dr. Mr Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. H. Beckett Lang: John D. Latendressc Hugh F. Leahy 31 Mrs. Charles Lombardo Allan MacCollam Stuart F. MacMillan W. Brandon Macomber William C. Maguire Frank C. Maxon, Jr. Jolm C. McClintock Edward P. McDonald Jolm K. Menccly, Jr. K Mrs. Ralph S. Metheny Richard A. Miller William A. Milner Jolm F. Mosher Marie Y. Murray William P. Nelson, Ill Dr. Robert E. L. Nesbitt, Jr. Dr. William H. 0'Brien Dr. Walter A. Osinski Mrs. Lillian S. Pindar Dr. Arnold W. Pohl Mr. 81 Mrs. Abraham Polayes Dr. Irving Rabkin Ur. F. S. Randlcs Dr. Robert W. Raymond Dr. Ralph W. Reynolds Dr. William G. Richtmyer Mr Dr. Mr Mr Dr. Dr. Dr. Mr Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Mr Dr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal Alice E. Rost R Mrs. Dominick Ruhino 8: Mrs. J. M. Russ, .lr. Joseph J. Russo 81 Mrs. David Schwartz Ahrahanl Sherer 81 Mrs. Alex Stall Michael J. Stapleton Allan Stranahan Randall L. Thompson Ward F. Tibbins George L. Tully J. Bruce VanGaasbeek Irving VanWoert, Jr. Benjamin M. Volk Arthur J. Wallingford Thomas S. Walsh, Jr. Mark Wang: C. Stuart Welch Robert D. Whitfield Harold C. Wiggers Lothar Wirth Jack M. Wolfe Arthur W. Wright Jean H. Yacoubian George E. Yerry, Jr. Albert M. Yunicli r n 1 1 A 1 l l l P i r F 4 E E E . . fir- s ',f-:-::.:'e.-::i.j13.:-.seg z 1 E 195 Q " -f . f f x. f,2....-..-'?.-i -,- Q 1 K , , ,-,...l.,. af. .Z15-:ggi 57' N I , , SKULL Dear Reader: This is the Editor's Letter. And in the Editor's Letter, the Editor tradi- tionally surveys the preceding four years .and makes sage comments thereupon, expresses hopes for the future, thanks his teachers, his yearbook staff, any sundry personnel which come to mind, his parents, his guardian angel, his fairy Godmother, his classmates and friends. But mere words cannot express the improbability of the past four years, the organized disorder which is a medical school. Thus was conceived this year- book, whose purpose it is to remind those who are leaving of those remarkable times, and to remind those who remain of our segment of the passing scene. The making of a yearbook is often a thankless, arduous task and Indecision and ffor want of a better wordl discooperation are traditionally the order of the day. But never has an editor been blessed with a more remarkable staff. Without benefit of a single staff meeting, this marvelous crew smoothly created this album, which is our thanks to those who at best tried to make us students of the art of medicine. Your editor is grateful to Mr. Maury Green and Miss Evelyn Meliti for extraordinary services rendered and particularly to Managing Editor, Howard Dworkin, and the entire editorial board, without whom this book would yet be a pretty thought. Advertising-Chief Editor--Eugene Hoenig Associate Editor-Howard Dworkin Assistant Editor-Martin Bruskin Finance Editor-Russ Shaw Photography 81 Art Editor-Howie Goldstein Layout Chief-Clark Russ Assistants- Bill McEntee Don McKibben Al Hyman Lennie Antiles Contents- John Rigatti Bob O'Mara Assistants- Sy Stall Irving Polayes -Roger Yerry The Editor Roy Schaffer George Siegel Bob Knack Sales--Bob Gossweiler Produced by H. G. ROEBUCK a soN, INC- BALTIMORE, MD. , 196 . P 1 2 v -.l. , xr.. ,,. A "Ll 433 1 I., I vu' ' 'LH---1 , . . f I., . . .1 x P Ll. 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