Columbia University College of Pharmacy - Apothekan Yearbook (New York, NY)

 - Class of 1960

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Lucy W. Clausen Doctor Clausen, keeper of the chol- era, and lecturer of communicable dis- eases, could always be relied upon to come up with an organism the tales of which would relieve the tensions of the class. But she couldn ' t find one single disease that Richie Rubin didn ' t have at least once. To quote, " The seven points in mi- crobiology will not be given away, " and they weren ' t. Always ready to guide the class through some major catastrophe, Prof. Clausen was an inspiration to both Anodyne and Apothekan. Prof. Clay, voted the person with the most attractive handwriting by the class of ' 60, often amazed us with his black- board skull sessions on sympatholytic agents. A former track star at Ohio State, he is quick with the witβ€” often too quick for the poor unfortunates at the back of the room. We will remember his one-man fight against the evils of tobacco and we vow to sell only cartons of cigarettes. 11

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Frank J. Pokorny Professor Frank Pokorny will not soon be forgotten by the Class of ' 60. Here is a man who could look at a ginko tree for hours, and still be awed by the tremen- dous beauty of nature. A man who finds pleasure in the simple things of life, the good professor earned a great big thanks by leading the way through the yet un- tamed Midwest. You might indicate that Prof. Pokorny had as much fun finding a parenchyma cell under our microscopes as we had playing grab bag with his pharma- cognosy practicals. Without his kindly nature and gentle good humor, the under- graduate years would have been most trying, indeed. We will always have a spot in our hearts for Prof. Bailey, our introducer to the elements. How can we ever forget Prof. Bailey ' s close association with Mike Quill and the New York Subway System? " Ma " Bailey ' s keen interest in us, as freshmen and through the years, was al- ways sincere, and never were we refused in our requests for aid in those confused freshman days. Thanks " Ma " for making our school careers so much more compati- ble and enjoyable. 10 M. Irene Bailey



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Barry H. Dash From drawing board to reality to flight. Engineers (Instigators) β€” Neil Goldman, Sieve Gross Construction Boss (Paper Folderer) β€” Jerry Gershenson Pilot (Strong-arm)β€” Tony Gaffuso Victim of an airplane crash in Room 50, Dr. Dash has since earned the respect and admiration of the sen- ior class. Unwilling to face us in dispensing lab, he sent his aid, courageous Mr. Michaelson, to keep us un- der control. But to show us that he could take us (if only for a week), he ven- tured forth on the junior class trip and proved that a PhD can still be one of the boys. And who can forget the day he answered the call for aid by Dr. Malspies in physical pharmacy? 12

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