National College of Chiropractic - Mirror Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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5, i i Q ifAx yearly publication by tlwe STUDENT BQDY ol tlwe National College ol Chiropractic fur, "H if-,1 ."-nfs ,H --'-f-F5 .iaiigzgz .4 5 . ' uit ,1 jg., iff? 1- E, if 3 . 1 fu!" , . Pl -:Af Lf, J I - l 7 1 ' - 1 I 1 . 5 4 5 1 Q 1 fl 1 if f 14:4 , , 'l ', , xl N? '2 .-" j -4: ,I v. ,2 .- 9 A-'- l 'f if-fi .i 1 .'.,A! -,-: ' 'f l Q92 'X if 2 Z. , If .,. v , 7 . v . 4 1 i. ..,-1. FIRST POST-WAR EDITION The I947 IVI I IQ I2 T. G. BUSH .....,....,. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF I. R. KURINSKY ..... ASSOCIATE EDITOR R. L. LANG ......... BUSINESS MANAGER The CI-HROPRACIIC OAI!-I I swear betore God, and these assembled Witnesses, that I will keep this oath and stipulation: A To esteem those who taught me this drug- less healing arty To follow the methods of treatment which according to my ability and judgment I consider for the best of my patientsg To abstain from Whatever is deleterious and mischievous. With purity I Will pass my lite and practice my art. I Will at all times consider the patients under my care as ot supreme importance. I will not spare myself in rendering them the help which l have been taught to give by my Alma Mater. Whatever in connection with my profes- sional practice, or not in connection with it, I may see or hear in the lives of men and Women which ought not to be spoken abroad, I will not divulge, reckoning that all such should be kept secret. While I continue to keep this oath inviolate, may it be granted to me to enjoy lite, and the practice of the drugless healing art, respected by all men at all times. Four DEDICATIOIXI TO Tl-IE ALUMNI T Whenever man's achievements are scanned by himself, he either praises himself beyond worthiness or, inversely, sees only the multiplicity of his failures and shortcomings. Both attitudes are inexplicably Wrong. There is a happy medium and this is of lasting constructive and instructive character. For- tunate is he Who finds neither need nor time to measure his Worth except to ponder the next objec- tive. That man, or those men, by their reticence and forthright ambition are most likely to succeed and be praised by others. Thus, We take cognizance of the inestimable Worth of those Alumni Who have pre- ceded us at National College and, in recognition of their incalculable gifts to the Chiropractic profes- sion, We respectfully dedicate every jot and tittle of this yearbook. ln so doing, our profoundest and our sincerest desire for continued health, success, and happiness are expressly tendered to each of you. The Editor-in-Chief, and Staff Five I -11' new 5 wr s as "5 ,QQ A-IM 'ee rg.,-i-..',ei.', ., ,T . .Y 4..-,4Qf.-3,Q,.5L Y, Q DR. 1osEP1-1 1. IANSE 'Q M A A.S., D.C., President BRIEF BICGFQAPI-IV The lite oi our president, Dr. Ioseph lanse, is a development oi talent and personality to thoroughly qualify him tor his enviable position as a distinguished professor, lecturer, author, and champion of chiropractic science. Born in Middleburg, Holland, August, 1909, he emigrated in l9l7 to America and settled on a ranch near Huntsville, Utah. Later attending Weber Ir. Col- lege he played football and basketball and engaged in a number oi social and educational activities in his classes, and graduated in 1930 with an Associate of Science degree. Alter travel- ling extensively in Europe tor 3 years, he returned to the University oi Utah tor an additional 2 years study. Enrolling at National College in 1934, Dr. Ianse soon distinguished himself in his class and clinic Work and procured a thorough Working knowledge oi the science oi chiropractic and drugless therapy. Upon graduating in Iune, 1938, he accepted the position oi associate professor oi anatomy at his Alma Mater. Gradually, greater responsibilities were given to him, until today he holds a most Worthy and respected position as president of the National College. Six TI-IE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE "No true and permanent fame can be founded except in labors which promote the happiness of mankind." - Charles Sumner. Ours is the heritage of greatness and just fame. Chiropractic as a science and profession of therapy has come to have a tremen- dously important role in the health problems of man. As the second largest healing group, our profession maintains the unique position of being the leader of the constantly growing trend toward the use and study of the natural healing methods, a trend that is destined more and more to express its clinical authority in the issues of public health and the proper care of the ailing person, The history of the National College has always been closely allied to the progress of our profession. Many of the standards relating to the educational progress of Chiropractic found their conception at the National College. lt can honestly be said that our Alma Mater has served its graduates sincerely and well, it has been constant in its efforts to advance Chiropractic as a profession, and consequently it has done much to promote the health and happiness of mankind. ' We stand confident that the future of Chiropractic is great and brilliantg and that the National College will continue to maintain its leadership in support of the progress that is in the offing. We are determined that as an institution we shall expand and growg that there will be no halt to our endeavors to bring new knowledge, 'greater dignity, and fuller capacity to our profession. We shall enlarge upon that which we have, and shall give liberally of our means toward our common cause - the promotion of Chiropractic as a science and profession. The high importance of our future in Chiropractic supplies us all the incentive we need - the courage to strive for the realization of that ideal. Ioseph I. fans-e Dr. Ianse has won acclaim for his exacting and specific writings on various chiropractic and associated themes. His articles periodically appear in the National College Iournal and the N.C.A. Iournal. Dr. Ianse is a member of the Public Health Committee of the N.C.A., is a contributor to the new manual on "Chiropractic Principles and Technic", and "The Way To a Long and Healthy Life", as edited by the National College, and co-author of the recent manual on "Chiropractic Practice" Vol. l - lnfectious Diseases. He has rendered invaluable assistance to Dr. F. W. llli of Geneva, Switzerland, in the researches and eventual literary discussion of the "Sacro-lliac Mechanism Keystone of Spinal Balance and Body Locomotion." "We of the Chiropractic profession", asserts Dr. lanse, "dare and may pride ourselves in the realization that we as pioneers have probably contributed the greatest single advance in mod- ern therapeutic thought, and ours- is the responsibility of safeguarding it." S even S Dean 1 BRIEF BICGIQAPI-W Dr. O. S. Sprecher was born May 21, 1905 in Tripp, South Dakota. When he was nine his family moved to Chicago, where he completed his grammar and high school. He enrolled in business college and even- tually decided upon a career in electricity whereupon he accumulated much invaluable experience and knowledge with the RCA. and West- inghouse Corporations. Young Sprecher married in l927 and is the happy father of three girls and a boy. Two of his daughters are follow- ing the Sprecher heritage and are present students here. His father, Dr. S. Sprecher, a practicing physician, and former professor at the National College, was his constant and most personal guide and inspiration. lt was only natural then that he should enroll in 1931 at National College, graduating in l935. Since that time he has been practicing in Edison Park, lllinois, and has remained at his Alma Mater to instruct in Chiropractic Philosophy and Technic, and Physio- Therapy. I-le is logical and practical in his presentations and his tenacity for investigation has added to his prestige. These characteristics, and his broad experience, has proven oi invaluable benefit to his students, patients, and profession. The Sprecher family has made many out- standing contributions to the field oi Chiropractic, and they stand as a tribute to our college. Ever personable and popular, Dr. Sprecher's appointment as Dean of our College met with unanimous approval, both With faculty and student body. We will always remember with great pride our Dean. , Eight . DR. O. S. SPRECHER ACKNCDWLEDGMEIXITS lt is very difficult to determine the exact value of the individual contribution to any project, for when it is finished, the Whole reflects the cross section of everyone's personality. We Want to consider the Yearbook as that type ot a project. No one person can claim any individual distinction tor the character, nor amount, of the Work done. lt has been a strictly cooperative eliort. Nevertheless, We do Wish to thank each person tor his part in making this l947 Edition of the National College Yearbook such an unexpected success. Also, We cannot close this acknowledgment With- out expressing our pleasure for the endorsement oi our endeavors as evidenced by the Student Body sub- scription, as Well as the very many sent in by the Alumni to Whom the book is dedicated. ln closing, We make this presentation: lf the net results Will mean to you all the pleasures the prepara- tion has meant to us, then the Work and Worry was Well Worth every minute. The Staff oz' the 1947 Yearbook Nine Emtowvi There comes a moment of time in the course of human endeavor when we are met with inalienable truths so forceful, so dramatic, that we wonder why they had escaped our consciousness. But, since the obvious is never quite apparent, it is good to pause and consider, to weigh, to measure, and to mete values. The Chiropractic profession has, without spectacle, moved forward and upward toward the place in the sun it deserves. As it moved, its path has been marked deeply with the irrefutable contributions by the pioneers of the drugless method of healing. There was, and still remains - though greatly dimin- ished - bigotry, intolerance, disbelief, ridicule, and even unjust persecution. Laws and suspicions of other methods of healing wielded such powerful influ- ence that recognition and support seemed virtually hopeless. But Right can never be subjugated by Might, neither will it be compromised, and so, Chiro- practic has continued to progress. Now a new era is upon us, and those of us wh.o will soon enter its vast and limitless expanse can do no less than to seriously ponder the great moral and spiritual obligations we owe ourselves as well as those whom we are to serve. T. G. Bush Ten CCNTENTS Title Pages ............ . . . 2-3 The Chiropractic Oath .... . . 4 Alumni Dedication . . . . . 5 Dr. loseph I. lanse .... . . 6 Dr. C. S. Sprecher .... . . 8 Acknowledgments ..., . . 9 Editorial .....,........... . . 10 National College History ...... .... . . 12 Faculty and Administration .,.... ......, , . 13 Mirror Staff and Message by Mr. Turek .... . . l9 Senior Class ......................... . . 20 Iunior Class . . . . . 44 Sophland ll .. 48 Fresh I and ll . . . . . 55 Organizations . . . . . 55 Special Features . .. 80 Sports ........ . . 92 Clinic .......... .... 1 Ul Advertising ...... .... l O9 Complete Staff List ....... .... l 36 Alumni Reference Directory . . . . . . . l37 Eleven NATICIXIAI. CCLLEGE I-IISTCRV The National College of Chiro- practic Was founded in 1906, and incorporated under the laws of Illinois as the National School of Chiropractic. ln 1920 the name oi the school was changed, under the Illinois law, to that oi the National College ot Chiropractic. The college is recognized in lllinois by the Board oi Examiners, and also in all other states, territories, and countries which have laws regulating the prac- tice of Chiropractic and drugless healing. During the more than a third of a V century that has passed since its found- ing, the National College has maintained a steady progress in its development as a chiropractic and drugless school. lt has adhered strictly to the teaching and application ot drugless principles in the treatment of disease. lt has established and defended the dictum that lasting health comes only from the structural and natural adjustment of the human organism to its internal and external en- vironment. The National College ot Chiropractic thus has achieved a substantial contribution to the healing art. . THE COLLEGE BUILDINGS ln l906, the institution occupied quarters on Congress street, near Cook County Hospital. Two years later, because ot the need for extra space, the school Was moved to the Flatiron Building on Ashland and Madison Streets. ln l9ll, the first building was bought tor school purposes on Ashland Boulevard near Van Buren Street. Two years later, a double building, adjoining the first, was purchased to accommodate the increasing student body and provide the necessary facilities. ln 1920, the present building oi the Na- tional College, l6-26 North Ashland Boulevard and 1501-l5l3 Warren Boulevard, occupying a halt city block on Ashland Boule- vard, Was acquired. lt is an imposing tive-story stone and brick structure, erected solely for college purposes and embracing ll2,500 square teet. The National College clinic oiters each student the opportunity of interneship in chiropractic and general drugless service. The college provides separate laboratories tor its courses in Bacteriology, Chemistry, Clinical Diagnosis, Dissection, and X-ray. lt also pro- vides a Museum oi Anatomical Specimens. The building is massive in size and structure and provides ample space for that which enters into the making ot a complete college course in the healing arts. Twelve FACULTY d ADMINISTIQATICDN -il w ? i t g .. N wr. if it Q 'SEQ B. F. WELLS, D.C., D.C. B .S ., Valparaiso University Chicago College of Osteopathy National College oi Chiropractic Professor oi Physiology and Drugless Therapy, Fifty years F. H. BLACKMORE, D.C., N.D. Normal School, Tri State College, Angola, Ind Graduate, Lindlahr College ol Natural Therapeutics Professor of Physical Diagnosis and Physical Therapy , G. T. PARKER, B.S., M.S. B.S., Lombard College M.S., University of Wisconsin Two years, Pennsylvania State College Professor of Chemistry and Bacteriology RAYMOND H. HOUSER, D.C. Graduate, National College of Chiropractic Professor of Neurology and Diagnosis Fourteen SIDNEY L. ELSMAN, RN., D.C. Four years, Massachusetts General Hospital Supervisor, Medical Department Naval Ordinance Graduate, National College oi Chiropractic ALBERT I. BENZ, D.C., N.D. ' Graduate, National College of Chiropractic Graduate, Lindlahr College of Natural Therapeutics Professor of Pathology RUSSELL B. KRAUSS, D.C. Graduate, National College ot Chiropractic Two years, Marquette University Associate Professor of Physiology LEONARD SATZ, D.C., N.D. Graduate, National College of Chiropractic Professor ot Physical Diagnosis Fifteen Q5 E- DOROTHY RlCl-ITER, D.C. Graduate, National College of Chiropractic Professor of Physical Diagnosis M. C. CAMERON, B.P.E. B.P.E'., Springfield College, Mass. Activities Director Athletic Coach Associate Professor ot Chiropractic Technic WM. B. CHAMPION, B.A. B.A., University of South Carolina Associate Professor of Anatomy MILTON LAPIN, D.C. Two years, Detroit Institute of Technology Graduate, National College of Chiropractic Associate Professor of Anatomy and Pathology Sixteen RAYMOND SKOGSBERG, B .S . B .S ., University of Minnesota Associate Professor of Anatomy BERTRAND HERBERT, D.C. Graduate, National College ot Chiropractic Associate Professor of Anatomy Seventeen HISTORY OF ADMINISTRATION W. LANE SCHULZE, Ph.B. Ph.B., Yale University President Board of Directors, National College of Chiropractic Through prosperity, depression, and War, the administrative statt has capably executed its office. Supplies, equipment, student rec- ords, and the many miscellaneous requirements -ot a busy college have always been antici- pated and procured. The many tormer Gls attending college commend the staff tor being "on the ball". Long years ot service by Mr. Otto I. Turelc, administrative officer, and M. De Voto, regis- trar, and their statt ot able assistants are a distinct asset. We extend our appreciation tor their readi- ness to serve at all times. Eighteen O. I. TUREK Administrative Otticer, National College ot Chiropractic M. DE VOTO, Registrar Oak Park High School Barrett Institute . A COMMENDATION TO Tl-IE STUDENTS AND THE VEARBOOK STAFF I wish to sincerely compliment the Yearbook Staff and student body for the pro- duction of this very fine year book. It is indeed a splendid accomplishment and represents the product of organized effort and talent. This very fact should serve as a heartening realization to those who thus extended themselves because it marks them as people capable of success, a capacity so essential in the future venture of private practice. I consider it very fitting that this book is dedicated to the college alumni. For over two decades I have seen our students come and go, and I am pleased to be able to say that your profession as Well as the college is Well represented by them and I am certain they will be appreciative of the honor you accord them. Soon some of you will leave to go into practice. To you I would simply like to say that success is a matter of concentrated and systematic effort and a strong confidence and belief in oneself. You must be persistent in your optimism and never lose faith in yourself and the service you have to render. It has been my experience that it is good business to be enthusiastic. The average person usually knows What is right, but at times he fails to concurrently develop a keen and stimulating interest which sustains his efforts. No one has ever been able to sell a negative -attitude. It is the sincere hope of the administration that it may continue to enjoy the full support of the alumni and the students. National College represents a land- mark of great importance in the drugless profession. VV e Wish to extend the full assurance that every conscientious effort shall be made to maintain the integrity of its reputation and standing. The programs that have been laid down Will, when realized, leave the college in full position for sustaining and amplifying itself far beyond what at present might be visualized. Otto I. Turelc, Administration Officer TI-IE i947 MIRROR EXECUTIVE BOARD Back Row: Ralph Solomon, Art: Paul Alling. Circulation: Victor Meyers, Photography. Front Row: Irene and Ianet Molcheff, Critics: T. G. Bush. Editor-in-Chief: Ios. R. Kurinsky Assocmte Editor. Uibsent: R. L. Lang, Bus. MgrJ SENICDR CLASS 'x ,,,,. Ne,-y, .yy 3 JU'.QQ'tlQi :-r- ul S., ! : l ' it 5 I b t if Warren Schnitzer, Editor The direct future of this profession rests squarely upon the shoulders of everyone who is setting forth upon this most important venture, the service of healing of human lives. The stakes are high, the labor hard, and the potentials are enormous. lt is an honor to be a part of this great profession, from every walk of life, from every corner of the earth, we gather and grow in strength and prestige and we, who will soon say farewell to National, will cherish and selfishly guard these possessions: a lcindredness engendered by long association, a common cause and ideal, and a fellowship which will ripen with the years. Those who follow us can mark well the signposts we shall prepare for them and then they, too, in turn, can further guide their followers and, in that near future the dawn of the new day of our profession will be born, and our art shall flourish abundantly in the glow of that day's Sun. By Warren Schnitzer Twenty GRADLJATIIXIG CLASS GF 1947 I Twenty-one M. C. CAMERON, B.P.E. Woodstock, Vermont Expects to practice - New York Organizations - Ir. N.C.A. CPres.J Director of activities and coach Technic Instructor HENRY KUTZNER Sturtevant, Wisconsin Expects to practice - South Carolina Affiliations - Mason Organizations - Ir. N .C.A. Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity IEANNE E. LANG Mansfield, Ohio Expects to practice - Ohio Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority RALPH LANG Mansfield, Ohio Expects to practice - Ohio Organizations -- Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity Twenty-two IRENE M. MALCI-IEEE Temperance, Michigan Expects to practice - Iowa Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority IANET MALCHEFF . Temperance, Michigan Expects to practice - Michigan Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority WARREN H.. SCI-INITZER Iersey City, New Iersey Expects to practice - Maryland Affiliations - American Legion Organizations - Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Societyg Ir. N.C.A. IAMES W. MAUERY Lewistown, Pa. Expects to practice - Wisconsin Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A.g basket ball Twenty-three DAVID EISMAN Detroit, Michigan Expects to practice - Michigan Affiliations - American Legion Organizations - Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Societyg Ir. N.C.A. AL. TRUITT, IR. Fennimore, Wisconsin Expects to practice - Wisconsin Affiliations - American Legion Organizations -- Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Society ROBERT K. DILLMAN Syracuse, New' York Expects to practice - New York Organizations - Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Societyg Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity, lr. N.C.A. ANTHONY C. CORRADO Bensenville, Illinois Expects to practice - Oregon Organizations - Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Societyg Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A. Twenty-four TI-IERESA COLLINS Lennox, South Dakota Expects to practice - South Dakota Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority WILLIAM I-I. COLLINS Somerset, Pa. Expects to practice - South Dakota , Affiliations - American Legion Organizations - S.A.E. Frat, D.T.A. Frat, Basketball ELEANOR GARDNER Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Illinois Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority ROBERT W. CAMP Bridgeville, Pa. Expects to practices - Pennsylvania Organizations - Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Society Twenty-five lOl-IN C. HANSEN Spokane, Washington Expects to practice - Washington Affiliations - American Legion Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A. ROSEDA C. HALLIWELL Detroit, Michigan ' Expects to practice - California Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority GEORGE H. AXTELL Berkeley, California Expects to practice - California Affiliations - American Legion Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fra GORDON L. BISWANGER Alberta, Canada Expects to practice 7- Canada Twenty-six ternity VICTORIA BRIERTY Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Illinois Organizations - Alpha Theta Psi Sororityg Ir. N .C.A. A. M. BRIERTY Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Illinois WALLARD CATES Nortonville, Ky. Expects to practice - Kentucky IEAN P. CARON St. Iean, Canada Expects to practice - Canada Affiliations - Knights of Columbus u Organizations - D.'I'.A. Fraternity if ' Twenty-seven WILLIAM B. CHAMPION Spartanburg, South Carolina V Expects to practice - South Carolina Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternityg Ir. N .C.A CHARLES F. DALLAS Winter Park, Florida . Expects to practice - Florida Affiliations - American Legion ELIHUE P. DONAHUE Fort Gay, West Virginia . Expects to practice - West Virginia R. B. FARGUHARSON Wyebridge, Ontario Expects to practice - Canada Organizations - Ir. N.C.A. Twenty-eight ROBERT S. FOX Detroit, Michigan Expects to practice -- Michigan Affiliations - American Legion 'WILLIAM F. GILL Indianapolis, Indiana Expects to practice - Indiana Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity LOUIS GOLDEN Detroit, Michigan Expects to practice - Michigan EDWARD GORETSKI Reading, Pennsylvania Expects to practice - Pennsylvania Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity Twenty-nine A ers if i I ' Hint' I i M9 ' ,ii ,rw ' 5 ,W fy 41" I-HLMER C. GUSTAVSON Kenosha, Wisconsin Expects to practice - British Columbia Affiliations - Masons Organizations - D.'l'.A. Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A. CARROLL F. HALL Parkersburg, West Virginia Expects to practice - West Virginia Affiliations - Masons, Veterans of Foreign War Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A. IACOUELINE C. HANSI-IAW Ashland, Kentucky Expects to practice - Kentucky Organizations - Alpha Theta Psi Sorority IACK C. I-IANSHAW Ashland, Kentucky Expects to practice - Kentucky Affiliations - Masons Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity Thirty ZACI-IARY ITURRIAGA Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Illinois Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity ERNEST R. IOHNSON Trenton, New Iersey Expects to practice - Detroit, Michigan ANDERS H. IOHANNESSEN Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Michigan Organizations - D.'I'.A. Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A IVAN IUSTINIUS Bridgeport, Connecticut Expects to practice - Connecticut Affiliations -- American Legion, V.F.W.7 Yacht Club Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity Thirty-one . gg, . . it in it . if Biz: H ,gf is DONALD H. KUI-IN Milwaukee, Wisconsin Expects to practice - Wisconsin Affiliations - Demolay Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity MILTON A. LAPIN Detroit, Michigan Expects to practice - Michigan Atiiliations - American Legion KEITH D. LOGAN Spencer, Iowa Expects to practice - Arizona Organizations - Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Societyg Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A. G. URIEL MARTIN Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Maine Atfiliations - American Legion, Knights of Columbus Thirty-two MAURICE E. MOSSMAN Columbus, Ohio Expects to practice - Ohio Affiliations - American Legion ERNESTINE S. PARKER La Grange, Georgia Expects to practice - Georgia Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority, Ir. N.C.A. GEORGE H. PARKER, IR. La Grange, Georgia Expects to practice - Georgia Affiliations - American Legion, Masons Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity, Ir. N.O.A. HAROLD L. PARROTT Marysville, Ohio Expects to practice - Ohio .1-.- .W . v r s 1 1 N HH N if ' ' t at t ' 'EWU H t 1' N H -FMU!! .51 i Thirty-three CHARLES M. POULSEN Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Illinois RAYMOND V. SKOGSBERG, B.Ch.E. Lawrencelourg, lndiana Expects to practice - Ohio Affiliations - American Society of Chemical Engineers Organizations - Lambda Phi Delta Scholastic Societyy D.T.A. Fraternity KENNETH B. PHILLIPS Fountain City, Tennessee Expects to practice - Tennessee Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity INGRIE H. SARLIN Auburn, California Expects to practice - California Organizations - Alpha Theta Psi Sorority, Ir. N.C.A. Thirty-four RICHARD C. SCOVELL Green Bay, Wisconsin Expects to practice - Wisconsin Affiliations - Y.M.C.A. Charter Member Organizations - Ir. N.C.A.g Basketball ROY W. SHOEMAKER Taneytown, Maryland Expects to practice - Maryland Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity GALE M. STATON Seville, Ohio Expects to practice - Ohio Affiliations - Masonsg Ohio Grange WILBERT PEN NB Manitoba, Canada Expects to practice - Canada Organizations - Ir. N.C.A. Thirty-five LEONARD W. SCI-IROEDER Oak Park, Illinois Expects to practice - Illinois Affiliations - Young People's League Organizations - D.T.A. Eraternityg Ir. N.C.A. MERTON L. SWAN Netcong, New Iersey Expects to practice - New Iersey RALPH S. TAYLOR Grand Ledge, Michigan Expects to practice - Michigan Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity AMOS M. VALDISERRI Bridgeport, Pennsylvania Expects to practice -Ohio . Affiliations - American Post Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappay Ir. N.C.A. Thirty-six i LEOLA LENORE WHITESIDE Chillicothe, Ohio Expects to practice - Illinois Organizations - Alpha Theta Psi Sorority HARRY D. WOODS' Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Illinois Affiliations - Moose Club, American Legion Organizations - D.T.A. Fraternity, Ir. N.C.A. IUANITA L. WOODWARD Chicago, Illinois Expects to practice - Oregon EVELYN R. NOSWORTHY Toronto, Ontario, Canada Expects to practice - Ontario Organizations - Lambda Chi Sorority Thirtyeseven IOHN A. SWAB, DC. Port Huron, Michigan Expects to practice - Michigan CARLTON S. TURLEY Mattoon, lllinois Expects to practice - Illinois Affiliations - American Legion Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity LLOYD TRIPLETT Berwyn, Illinois Expects to practice - Oregon KERMIT TAYLOR ' Expects to practice - Florida Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa, lr. N.C.A Thirty-eight H. I. LEFKOWITZ Expects to practice - Detroit, Michigan Organizations - Delta Tau Alpha Fraternity EDW. H. WITTOER Expects to practice - Wisconsin Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa, Ir. N.C..1-X. PAUL E. STAUM Expects to practice - Wisconsin Organizations - Sigma Phi Kappa, Ir. N.O.A EVANGELOS MERICUS Expects to practice - Detroit, Michigan Organizations - Ir. N.C.A. Thirty-nine AUTGGRAPP-IS C HIROPRACTOK ! X X .L-,IF- ,Wy f fx W - 0 wQ"9 A We -the graduating class of 1947 - have finally struggled up to what we once thought was an endless, insurmountable summit. Now, the goal is within our grasp, and our envisioned horizon, once so hazy, and surrounded with myster- ies, and unanswerable problems, begins to brighten and unfold before us. Like the curtain falling before the last act of an opera, so, a part of our lives now drifts into oblivion. We can barely remember, now, our first days here excepting perhaps the daze we were in when we tried so hard to solve and fathom all to which we were exposed. During the hectic war years, many of our group answered the call to colors, and were gone from our midst. Those of us who stayed through it became ya close, fast unit, sharing in thoughts, ideals, and companion- ship. We learned from others, from those who went before us, and also those who came after us. Agreements were not always in order but our common interest and sincerity in our goal kept our attitudes compatible and understanding. In days to come we shall reminisce and recall many enjoyable moments. And always our association and friendships will leave their mark upon each and every personality. Another curtain begins to rise and we now visualize the many scenes that will make up the reality of our endeavor. Our every effort until now has culminated in this - our passing over the threshold into the practice of our chosen profession. This is our greatest step. NW e have been well prepared. Now it is up to us. INGRIE SARLIN it OEM I sat before an open book, and tried to concentrate Upon the morrow's coming tests, - the hour was growing late, And though important as it was, to study and prepare, I could not - mem'ries filled the room, and all our class was there: And we were freshmen once again, quite thoroughly confused Witlu lectures, notes, and strange new words which each professor used, And, as I watched, each halting step grew stronger, sure and firm, And, learning added further strength with ev'ry passing term: We made the windowshade again, Qwe know its value - stillj g The technique classes where was taught manipulative skill, In ev'ry Lab experiment we felt our knowledge grow, As ifzzfemer, how our pride increased, when each one learned to know And realize the breadth and scope of his most treasured lore - : The latent pow'r his bzzmir possessed to heal the sick and sore. And more I saw of many things, I cannot count them all - , The parties, picnics, dances and romances in the halls, The tasks that we were asked to do, - a bit of good and bad. I am grateful for these years, and this will make me glad - , To say to Seniors, yet to come, - and future days will tell, The efforts then. are priceless 120111. I close, and wish you well. femme Lang Forty-two r Q ..- I prophesy that: The future will reward this .. l947 Graduating Class in proportionate measure - to the amount of honest effort that they shall put forth, and that This l947 class will provide the leadership for the profession in the near future and that, They shall leave their footprints imprinted in the sands of time to guide those who follow. I further prophesy that: To those who render kind ness, kindness shall be rendered in return, and gentleness and understanding will bless them all the days of their lives, but for those who plant seeds of intolerance, prejudice and self-indulgence, - they will reap a harvest of bitter weeds - of disappointment and degrading gall, but that: For good and true Doctors there is promised - fullness, richness and the heart satisfaction that the men, women and-children of their communities are healthier happier and far better citizens because these Doctors have used well the healing power within their hands, and that: The want of friends shall never grieve them for by their goodness, they begat many friends, and that: as a result material rewards shall increase for them, and all their household, and that their nights shall not be troubledby remorse for things undone, nor the vision of mens accusing eyes, - nor shall the spectre of dishonor stand at their side But that: Rather, they shall be respected for the principles and philosophy of their profession, - and I further prophesy that: As the fulness of their days draws to a close, each will feel great pride for fruitful accomplishments, with no regrets except that so few years remain to practice their beloved art, and that they shall be mindful and grateful for the great gift that God had placed in their hands, if that they have used it with impunity, intelligence, humility and love for their fellowman. That: The charlatans and the unfit will have long since been judged and tried and found wanting before the tribunal of God and man, and shall have perished in the desert of their own selfish stupidity but that: Blessed shall be they who read and heed the words of this prophecy for they shall not fear, nor falter, nor fail, nor suffer such judgments of remorse W nor guilty Yea, verily, they shall prosper and be happy, respected and loved forever. All this I prophesy. Henry K utzner v We, the Jenior clan of 1947, heing of .found mind and under no dztrefs, do will and heaueath certain of our a.r.fet.r ay followr TO the Freshmen we leave the dexire to grarp the jzhiloxojzhy of Chiropractic and learn it! teachingr ,' TO .the Sophomorex, the enthuriarnz to carry on through the difjicult clan and tc chniaue .ferrionx in the thiryt for learningg TO the juniorf, the faith horn of expanding knowledge to incite them to ftfzue or pez fection in Chiropracticg TO the Veteranf, .the determination that the principler for which they ought Jhall not he forgotten ct! they relate to our proferrionf TO the Student Organizationr, the urge to continue promotion of the Jpzzzt o raternzti and unity among the Jtudentrg TO the Internef, the wiyh to carry forward the emhryo rerearch department o thu Col lege and thus aid in enlarging the rcope of Chiropractic treatmentg TO the Faculty, the will to enhance their ejortr to i77Z!7I'0'Il6 Juhjcct matter and inrtzll rcientijic druglerf concept into the minds of their .rtuclentfg TO the Adminirtration, a commendation for improuementr in equipment and tcachznv nzethodi, for raising the .sitandardr of the cour.ve.r of Jttrdy, and for mole Jelcctiue rcreenznv of .rtudentfj TO everyone at National College, we leave our enthuriartic helie in the uture o our jtrofeirion, our derire to fee the National Program of Refearch extended and ruppozted, our hoper for greater cooperation and unity among Chiropraftorr, and our goal or nation zwde puhlic recognition and fair uniform legirlation for Chiropractic Phyricianr Fortyethree KAY OSTERGREN, Ir. Editor Presenting the lunior Class, who atter these long arduous years may now be called upper classrnen. Arising in the war years, the rank and file is moderate in number but this was to our benefit rather than disadvantage. These people seen here have weathered the gale of seem- ingly endless adjectives and nouns of Latin and Greek deriva- tion. The ancients may have found these quite within their normal stride but we could only struggle through with our noses literally only a fraction above the level of drowning. As semesters passed, however, piece by piece information began to fit together until organization took the place of dis- unity. Now the goal of becoming a doctor seems within the realm ot reality instead of imagination. Each member, as in all other groups, lends his own person- ality and ability to the betterment of the class. i You will find their faces among those leading many of the organizations, Fraternities, Sororities and other activities. Some of our former classmates, because otintensive courses, have become seniors and faculty members. Numerous ideas, ambitions, and localities are represented, yet because of a mutual interest in our work we have grown to know each other. ln so doing, we have gained a wealth of knowledge that couldn't be obtained from texts, and friend- ships which cannot be estimated in value. Kathryn Ostergren Forty-four f'N"NfNf-xfxrx cumoa Q3 449053 f ff ish Du 'lf AL PM" W. I. Godschalk. Hyaitsville. Md. Sally Bellomo. Y Y Y Sharon, PQ, President Vice-president KUY Ostefgren Bud Porter Michigan Iowa Helen Stratos. Chicago. Ill. Herbert Koeiiel, Lansdale, Pa. Paul Roberts. Carbondale. Ill. Geo. Stricher. Arkansas M. C. Klugman, Chicago. Ill. Wm. Leverich, Chailanooga. Tenn. Rob't Heifley. Savannah, Ga. Rob'i Smidel. Minneapolis, Minn. Forty-six Sally Fischer, Lois Weber, Secretary Treasurer Racine, Wisc Morris Luxiord H. Thuringer New Zealand Oregon -x Edw. Rose, Mediord, Wisc. Fred L. Church, Chicago, Ill. Winton Evans, Canton, Ohio A Ioseph Matthews, Aurora, Ill. H. I. Green, Chicago, Ill. Alexander Verrault, Canada. 6 G. Brown, Wray, Colo. Forty-seven Santa Barbara, Calif. RICHARD VAN HOUTEN, Soph I Editor The Sophomore Class I, with its complement of forty-four eager and willing Warriors, commenced their intensive "battle" training in Sep- tember, l945, to be aptly guided and thoroughly instructed by competent leaders and to be briefed in the art of war against the forces of human ills, namely, our perpetual enemy "disease", A capable staff of class officers were appointed and plans for future campaigns got underway without further adieu. The class "briefing rooms" are replete with all the pertinent data necessary for the acquisition of knowledge and information regarding the qualifications of the enemy. The enemy and potential fields of battle are constantly and untiringly being reconnoitered to ascertain the size, and potentials of the foes of Mother Nature, their underhandednessg their clever treacherous man- nersg their minute characteristicsg all this and more information, too, are being aggregated, and plans for ultimate attacks are outlined carefully to bring about a speedy culmination of our enemy. The veil of mystery surrounding the killers of humans is steadily being lifted and the issues are more defined. We cannot, will not, alter our forward trek, now or ever. We, as those warriors before us, dedicate ourselves to the campaigns ahead, and pledge our wholehearted support, both mentally and physi- cally, to uphold the honor, maintenance and continued growth of our unyielding profession. 5 Our undying motto is: "A healthy mind -- a healthy body". Richard Vanl-Iouten Forty-eight CHIPIZA 7s C Q20 OA, 0' I A b tv ' 'V 6 4 0 Presideni Vice-presidenf Secretary Treasurer Wayne Bakke Len F ay Faune Barkdoll Paul Alling Spring Grove, Minn. Chicago, Ill. Reed City, Mich. Buffalo. N. Y. Ioseph A. Martino New Brunswick. Chas. M. Connell Plymoulh. Wisc. Turner M. Holmes Chicago. 111. Ierry Morrissette Ruth Thornhill Daylon. Ohio Grand Fifty N. I. Elwood R. Sawyer Thomastown. Me. Dave Cushman Marion, Ohio Bonnar Starralc Bradeniown, Fla. Arne B. Olson Iackson, Mich. Paula Wilson Denver. Colo. Dave Campbell Whiteshurg. Ky. Milwaukee. Wisc. Rozunn Brown Sault St. Marie, Mich. Iacqueline Greenlaw Auburn, Me. Marianne Zetcrvecky Rapids, Mich. Carl Ferguson Gadson. Alu. Ralph Meyers Cleveland, Ohio Enrico Suarez Tampa, Fla. W. H. Colcough Lewis W. Horne Elmira, N. Y. Vancouver, B. Salvatore Giordano Miami, Fla. Geo. Horner Francis Lamont Bushhill, Ala. New Bern. N. Ieanne Fischer Santa Barbara. Calif. Iohn Suialko Rose Marie Hudson Port Huron, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Esther Bevash New Brunswick, N. I. Bernard R. Hansen C. C. Esther M. Powers Burlington, Ia. Offer, Sask., Canada Lydia Kuizner Sturtevant, Wisc. Paul Frano Chicago. Ill. Ray A. Patenaude Lowell. Mass. M. G. Iedinak Chicago, Ill. . Adolph DeMarco Guy Westner Kokomo, Ind. Chicago, Ill. C. S. Hollins Bradenton, Fla. Ray Helland Flint. Mich. Iohn Ostergren Iackson, Mich. Fifty-one EDWIN H. HAYES, Soph ll Editor Sophomore Class ll entered the field of Chiropractic February 4, 1946 and a union of comradeship was born, and warmed by a common desire to help our fellowman. That bond will never be broken, it will remain with us long' after We are privileged to call ourselves Drugless Physicians, for always there will burn that flame of enthusiasm. We are proud of our progressive classmates. The nucleus of most of the school's organizations are found here, some newly formed by these men, while others have been stimulated by their infective enthusiasm. These men will be doctors of Chiropractic because of choice and an inborn nature to help the suffering. These are Men! It will be well to watch this class, as in it are the future leaders of the field of Drugless Healing. With men such as these we need never worry about progress, research, or stag- nation. They know the road ahead is not easy - good things do not come easy - they expect vicissitudes, but shall not falter. They have had their baptism of fire. l speak for the class when I say, we are proud of our Alma Mater, and will praise her always for she guided us wisely in our infancy, taught us to walk Well and straightly, and gave us the foundation and confidence to call ourselves Doctors. Edward Hayes Q Fifty-two President Vice-presidenl Secretary D. Neurenberg D. Montgomery L. Lindberg Illinois Michigan Illinois B. G. Karlson I Stockholm. Sweden A. R. Bergman Illinois I. Erskine Iowa B. D. Clark Michigan W. Boughion Ohio G. M. Busse Wisconsin G. E. Chich Illinois A. E. Ross Illinois I. R. Embrey Ohio L. Pokress Illinois T. Kelly Minnesota H. Burdinsky Illinois E. Holmes Maryland F. Thiel Pennsylvania K. Almond California W. Siewart Illinois W. Dufrene Connecticut I. Wilson Indiana Fifty-three Tzeas urer O. Fleming Pennsylvania I. P. Waddell Georgia E. E. Bowen Florida I.. L. Baldwin Illinois I. E. Gilhuly Connecticut M. F. Hash Montana H. S. Buie Ohio G. P. Flythe Georgia F. I. Wishes Illinois I. Sprecher Illinois R. D. Solomon Illinois P. P. Mach Indiana H. X. Gallas Illinois M. I.. Miller Colorado I. F. Snyder Pennsylvania L. Brandt Indiana E. A. Mollier Pennsylvania A. I. Miller South Carolina S. D. Harmon Illinois R. M. Hall Pennsylvania B. O. Drake Florida C. Brisson Michigan P. Barnhart Indiana L. Hemple Illinois N. Fox Missouri Filtyefour F. A. Schelenbaum Colorado O. V. Glionna Connecticut L. Schuster Kansas H. Massey Maryland C. Mann Illinois D. Psaras Illinois L. Hendrickson Minnesola D. D. Hutton North Dakota W. P. Goodwin New Hampshire I. Sauil Illinois C. Edge Georgia C. Kloss Illinois A P. R. Laman New York G. B. Cuzner Conneclicut C. Hendrichs Alabama W. Oeslreicher New York I. F. Sonnlag Georgia T. G. Bush Michigan R. N. Kissinger Illinois A. Kettula Wisconsin R. Reimer Minnesota G. Figel Ohio I. R. Kurinsky Ohio A. E. Stein New York Filiy-five DOUGLAS KIRKBRIDE, Frosh. I Editor The Second Semester Freshman Class of 1946 was asked to make a contribution to the Year Book, we submit the following: Our Class is ninety strong and, as is the present day trend of all our American Colleges, about 951 of the students are ex-G.l's. The 48 States of the Union are nearly all represented as well as such other Countries as Canada and South Africa. lt is an inspiration to hear the stories of these students as to why they chose to pursue the Profession of Chiropractic and in almost every case they are doing this because of some per- sonal or family experience at the hands oi one of Cl'1iropractic's valiant men in the field. So, with this personal knowledge of the results of Chiropractic, l know that in our class We have the necessary material which after four years of study and hard work will produce doctors who will be a real credit to the pro- fession. The following include our class officers: President, Dr. Robert Null, who is a Post-Graduate, Vice-president, Mr. Dave O'Marag Secretary, Mr. Steve Maleskig Treasurer, Miss lane Corrado. We, the loudding Sophomore l Class, sincerely congratu- late the Graduation Class of 1947, and with these congratula- tions want to offer them our very best wishes for success as Doctors and proponents of our profession. I Douglas Kirlcbride Fifty-six A AY YY YY v'Y'w CH P O 9 x R A C 0 1' silk.,-gqm 4.vJ+ Q W 0 Rob't E. Null, D.C. Michigan David I. O'Mara Massachusetts Ioseph Daitilo New York lane Corrado Illinois L. L. Hertensfein Illinois Iohn R. Gozzi New York I ohn E. Clifford Illinois R. L. Carrigan Maine Rob't Richards Iowa Iacob Diamond New Iersey Carl Yeager Kentucky Iohn S. Blake New York Iohn Goetschel Illinois C. Nearpass Texas LeRoy L. Iohnson Pennsylvania Ray Ruben Michigan Dorothy Drost Illinois Iames Gilbertson Illinois Peter Kovac Wisconsin Leland L. Miller Illinois Iames C. McKee Florida Lowell Mork Minnesota Irvin D. Tyce Ohio M. R. McCann Kansas F. C. Black Texas L. F. Richie Minnesota Anne Drost Illinois Marvin Iohnson Michigan Fred Merk Norman Anderson Illinois D. C. Stencell Arkansas Peter Fong Sue Roth Canada Pennsylvania Al Shocks California Dick Navratil Iowa Kansas los. Redding Rob'i Karsen Michigan Rob't Otopan Ohio Florida Gene Martin Ray Bartos Illinois Arkansas Walter Murphree Alabama Walter Norby Roy Bauman Illinois Winnigan Iowa South Dakota G. Blass W. P. Iames Florida Ray Boyle Iohn Kell Massachusetts Y Pennsylvania L. Arnold Pennsylvania C. Castledine Minnesota Iowa Gordon Bryan James Smith Ohio South Africa I os. Bernatowicz Illinois D. Supernaw Michigan M. B. Wright New Yor k E. F. Arns Iowa 1 Wm. Barschak Illinois H. F. Sirid Geo. Hopkins Pennsylvania K. L. Ketchum Wisconsin Minnesota M. Zmudzi Illinois Sixty Rob'f Pilot N. A. Cersosimo New Iersey Wisconsin nski D. Mahler Illinois James Landry Conneciicut bv FLOYD D. YEAGER, Frosh Il Editor With sincerity and pride, the first semester freshmen enter the field of the Drugless Healing Art. We have gathered here from all parts of the World - Our Own Country, South Africa, New Zealand, Canada, and include among our group such combinations as: husbands and Wives, fathers and sons, brothers, sisters and cousins. Keen interest in our College has been shown by our class in various activities - the lr. N.C.A., American Legion, irats and sororities. Many participate in our sports program With fine results. Our group's primary interest in Chiropractic ranges from - the large percentage Whose relatives are in the profession, to those Who have had personal benefit, and those who saw the real values of natural healing. We anticipate our part in this rnagnanimous profession, and respectfully dedicate ourselves to this purpose: To learn the Drugless l-lealing Art, To use it for the benefit of our fellowmen, and to honor and revere those Who have made our goal possible. F. D. Yeager, Freshman II Class Editor Ervin Ortman South Dakota Victor Meyers Pennsylvania Florence Blcmck Maryland Daniel Soda Connecticut Wesley Heiple Maryland Iacquelyn Sprecher Illinois Sixty-one Milan Iansik Florida Daniel Terrey Connecticui Rob'i Duke Michigan Iohn Bolin Illinois Rob't Longworth Florida Beverly Iouett Kentucky Richard Krapf New York L. Drost Illinois E. Drost Illinois Dick Vandenbergh South Africa Iohn Reed New Zealand Fred Thompson Gunther Werner Maryland Michigan Arthur Marcecca Pennsylvania Vernon Tietzen Angelo Larcher Illinois Wm. Beatty South Dakota Washington, D. C. Shirley Boots C. Boots California California ' Francis Hulme New Iersey Geo. Chatburn Florida Wm. Hynan Minnesota Roger McCaiIery Illinois Rob'i Anderson Illinois Ierry Martinez Florida H. L. Dunavan Illinois Opal Smith Ohio I. LaRue I Michigan Ray Waite Randy Stindt Michigan Pennsylvania Nath. Snyder New York Peter DeMarco Illinois A Art Anderson Massachusetts R. LaRue Michigan Rob't Reppke Massachusetts Eldona Paulauski Wisconsin Rob't Schelley Pennsylvania Wm. Youse Wm. Brinker Illinois Pennsylvania A. Smith Illinois Herb. Iorgenson Illinois Donald Athey Ohio Frank Hodan Pennsylvani Rob't Kienath Pennsylvania Vernon Hollstrom Illinois S. Baskowski Wisconsin Rob't Brinker Pennsylvania Stanley Weiland South Dakota G Mabel Schubert Illinois Eugene Schmidt Zane Stewart Michigan Iowa Milton Downing Maine Lambert Grube Iowa A. Lubattey New York M. Supernaw Michigan P. Koch Indiana E. Evans Ohio I. Seilz New York P. Walker Pennsylvania A. Truiit Wisconsin I. Truiit Wisconsin W. Dillow Maryland I. Locklear Georgia N. Bude Illinois G. Smith Minnesota I. Ross Illinois G. Lowe Texas M. 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DX HXA1xo,1tgo,nu-y R Ml, N,,M-,nil DAL N1,.gr1nkv,rg R.C.Gr:oPa.-.1 'TXMX.PaLtn,r.son K.B.PhilliPs X - 1 X XX X X 1 1 X 1 : XX A w -X X --X ,,.. 4 X X X XX 1 1 X X 1 X X ,X 7 X Xe f. 1 f ., -Frm "aw, 'F T' 1 1 1 1 5 Y F X X5 X 11 1 X1 , .XX11gX,,,1. X 1 . 1,14 X X ff , ff" : ' 1 X S + i - X X 'xfnf R.fx.PuQ1 L.'E".Richiz R.XV.Shozmakcr P.E.5Ata.um R.5.Tcw10v' '5J-wvisws ' E-H-WMU' Qotraits by .Marshall Qielcl 62 Ga Sixty-eight SIGMA PI-II KAPPA FRATERIXIITV- On April 18, 1917, Sigma Kappa was founded. lt was the first Chiropractic fraternity to be organizedg dedicated to the advancement of sound professional and social achievement. Brotherly love has been the main thesis throughout the existence of the Sigma Phi Kappa, the furtherance of Chiropractic's ultimate goal. The charter members have long been away from this school, but they left behind a tradition rich in fellowship and understanding. They realized that in order to be brilliant of mind their rhythms and melodies, their hunger for companionship, yes, even their muscles and bones must find a means of expression for these "pent up" energies. Down through the years this policy has been followed. The social life of National College has been copiously sprinkled with the various functions of the fraternity. The dances and parties, the hay-rides and picnics have left the participants filled with a sense of well being and satisfaction. These social gatherings have created bonds of friendship that have weathered the storms of time, they have taught us how to meet people, they have shown us how to live. Also in the records of tradition is that thing called pledgeship. The "Rats" who are seen every year have become a trademark of the fra- ternity. Their lot seems to be a hard one, being subjected to circum- stances which humble and embarrass them. But then, who can rightfully and proudly hold his head high unless he has tasted of humility, who can lead others unless he has felt the bitterness of embarrassment him- self? These pledges of Sigma Phi Kappa are being molded into a material which has the stamina, integrity, and resiliency from which good doctors are made. From those Who have gone before us, We learn that pledge- ship is one of the most important and memorable times of fraternity life. Today, Sigma Phi Kappa is in its period of reconversion, functions which were suspended during the war are being resumed. To take away the gloom of those "lean" years, the members have remodeled the fra- ternity room. Now the machinery is running, the members pledge that the shelved customs will be dusted off and put into effect as soon as possible. Once again the student body can look forward to the gala events sponsored by the fraternity. A good doctor cannot treat the living being unless he knows how to live. Sigma Phi Kappa's aim is to produce such living doctors. That is its contribution to the Chiropractic profession. A Sixty-nine . ' f . fs 3- 'iz ' .. It 5 " Af' "n Sf' ' 1 WJ- ' V L, , fy win: 22 'L Grncs tiuqparkcr Jllamiellucl Jvc.:-ua Jlialclmff , Cuskoclmn. , it S V ' Chaplain Sgt.-a.t-Arms Q 5VdV'19lo5W0"f-by ' H 1' -'M ' cf?" J ' Gharlottctolubrx '76 fauson Slznz Sprecher , H - Ei -. . M, Y 2 2" 4? 5 Jial1iwall5i J N Chancellor 5 ' L? A Q5-mf Q QS- ' f 1 1 f ' 1 gf f 'q i f,-'J' ,l H. t 7 '-:- 'L l f-4 Tia? M Ah Fr LJ A :sz lf? : if sp wg? ' N29 Eg w 'W - ,. . 9' "G fa? fn Q V - 5551 .. U Mi if sw 1 ez' - - .1 - u 1 ':"':DO1't1'cgl'I5 giflcl Li it Seventy f LAMBDA CI-II SCIQCRITV ALPHA CHAPTER . The first Post-War edition of the National College Mirror will reflect thirty years of activity by the Lambda Chi Sorority, which was founded on Iuly 12, l9l7 by a small nucleus of young ladiesg the Misses Clara Anderson, Mae Crank Longnecker, Mary R. Curtiss, Irene Downs, Rosemary Rooney, and Dorena A. Somerville. They chose the Sphinx as their Emblem to give a somber note of Wisdom, We feel that they have chosen well. ln passing, we are looking forward to our Birthday Party this year, when we hope to see as many of our older members present as possible. Formerly, only those who were students were acceptable as members but later the wives of male students became eligible inasmuch 'as it was felt that their interest was equally as keen, and that Chiropractic was a part of their lives as well. Lambda Chi Sorority has had two gracious ladies as Sororis Mater. The first being Dr. Cloie M. Ward, pleasantly remembered as "Miss Ward". The lovely wife of Dr. O. S. Sprecher now "Mothers" the Sorority. We are also happy to have as Honorary Members the charming wives of Dr. I. I. Ianse and Dr. A. I. Benz. . Our Sorority has upheld its tradition in sharing its fun with the students of National with well remembered "School Fun Pests". The student body outgrew Room 222 where at Thanksgiving a cozy Box Social was held, and where Santa Claus came at Christmas and, with the food contributed, five baskets for the poor were filled and delivered. Cupid aimed at "Old Time Valentines" and "Grandpa Ziggles' Album" was an attraction. Then St. Patrick held a "Field Day" fThe "Rear Admirals" had the best yell, if you will remember, and the "Wry Necker's" the best song?l. Two successful bake sales were held in the lower hall. The Easter Bunny found a play ground for the "Nationalites" at the Duncan "Y" and Santa Claus as well as a magician came at Christmas. The ldeal of Wisdom Seeking was upheld and the annual Lambda Chi Scholastic Award was inaugurated in 1945. This award is presented to the woman student making the highest grades during the year. The names of the girls appear on a plaque to the right of the front entrance of the college. We have been pleased to hear that Lambda Chi members have passed their respective boards and have set up practice in the States of their choice. Such news gives courage to those about to try their knowledge. During the past four years, we have been honored with visits by Lambda Chi Alumni from Canada, New York, Minnesota, Wisconsin and lllinois. Evenings of fun and inspiration for the Sorority were made of these events. We were pleased and encouraged to find that each Doctor stressed the con- fident use of their hands in their success. Lambda Chi Sorority extends congratulations to the Graduates of 1947, with the sincere hope that their future may be bright with success and happiness. Seventy-one "iw L fam-, K. x, 3 ' A M.C.Ca1n1zron P. Caron. XV BC hampion. F gnc hu.l'c11 XV. Hfnuixms 4 , , , ' 'lv ff , 2? M iiifi +I " xv. J.c5Qasc1m1k 1 I ' . T, igxi, Qi N E N : JJ ' H I.,, .:.. Q 4, A 'K ,L . X 1 wing:- YN Y' '- -as 1 :'E A A - 5 . ,. f 1 Y f . L.wsa,mwur w.N.5akkQ V l I-'Gust Son GG.Hdl?rll:oGr A Gfdftd-HL31'lAIPhdGfClI1dHl9hB6tll AIH.1ohqnm55owh J ' af J.L,Hcmshcmw mn lg ammo 0:0 Grm1dH1ghDdm J.M,Ostar'gren. Gffmcl High Eyiilon ' 4 Gg1111dHi5kZgLQ 'QM T5 Dr.B.F.Well5 Dr.G.Pcu-kar 71onar.u-y K , 'Honnrarzf r Dx'.R.H.Hou.scr Oz' N 7!am.mu-y 194 Ruud 'R .V S koss-521511 G .XX2 Sm-lcker wort ra its by afffarsfrhll fyzleldclf L21 Seventy-two Q . E.A.Ellis fa? f 51' f Efloretski LXV Horne W , w Tl!! Y Pk. J. I.C,Ek0u'lf.5 ff f- 5+ A B Olsgrv 'Z' W w.G.Porw- v ii W ty H.M.'rm,-anger 1-uvoods W DELTA TAU ALPHA I-ICDIXIGIQARV FRATEIQNITV Fraternalism springs out of the natural tendency for those of common interest to associate and unite together. It was this spirit of true fraternalism that brought a group of students together early in the year of l936 for the purpose of drafting the organization of the Delta Tau Alpha Honorary Fra- ternity. Feeling the need of a professional fraternity built upon the founda- tion of character, fellowship and a professional and scientific interest in drugless therapy, this group formulated the plan of organization and the constitution and it was through their untiring efforts that this Fraternity became legally chartered under the laws of Illinois in March 1936. The purposes of the Fraternity as set forth by the founders have been the constant guide in the conduct of the fraternal activities. As stated in the Articles of the Constitution, the founders envisioned an organization dedi- cated to two objectives. First, the Fraternity was established to provide the students who had a sincere interest in the advancement of the science of drugless healing, the op- portunity to unite in a fraternal relationship to promote their common interests. Thus the Fraternity offers its members the advantages of fraternal life and the opportunity to participate in educational and research work incident to drug- less therapy, ln general, the activities are gauged to foster those principles which tend to form a higher type of professional manhood throughwpersonal development in lines of leadership and through advancement in scientific knowledge. Second, with the view of later ,having a large alumni membership, the founders envisioned the possibilities that the Delta Tau Alpha Honorary Fra- ternity might function as a strong unifying organization which would represent as much as possible, the entire field of drugless therapy with the hope of ultimately establishing a united fraternal group for the advancement of the science of drugless healing. Further, the plan of organization is such that the fraternity must conduct certain educational work and promote original re- search both within and without its own ranks. Having promoted such work, the Fraternity shall act as an exchange for the dissemination of the business, professional and scientific information thus gathered. ft,is the further object of the fraternity to promote the attainment of a greater cultural appreciation, knowledge and understanding of the collegiate and professional standards of the drugless professions and to foster such other public educational projects as will further acquaint layrnen with the basic concepts, the scope of practice and the effectiveness of drugless therapeutics. The activities of the fraternity during the year 1945-1947 have been guided by the following officers: Leonard W. Schroeder . . . . . . Grand High Alpha Wayne Bakke .......... ....... G rand High Beta George H. Parker, lr. . . . .... Grand High Gamma Anders H. Iohannessen . . . .... Grand High Delta lack C. Hanshaw ............ Grand High Epsilon Iohn Gstergren ................. Grand High Zeta The Delta Tau Alpha sincerely congratulates the Graduating Class of 1947. Seventy-three , -L- gi Av i 1 , ,,.. . , 1 1,5 ny, ,W Q ,A Azz, u Q - .. .13 . 4 . H 1 W" J RMSko-jsb .-C 53" rs A Q 3 S . S E d :s E "' Q E 3 QC 3 3 2.5 1? 9 Ill J B " I D. ' :Q f 2 L fl'- 0 1, ,wx 5 , f -J riff I V-f: ww .. 2 L C1 Seventy-four D rsfzall Zklcldi G2 by Qortrazfs LAMBDA Pt-ll DELTA I-ICDIXICDIQARV SCDCIETV Lambda Phi Delta is the youngest of the organizations at the National College, having been organized in the fall of 1945 by Drs. Blaze Bonazza and Melvin Parsons With Drs. Morton Satz, Benjamin Krauss, and Mildred Korkon as charter members and Drs. loseph lanse and Albert Benz as faculty advisors. - The aims of Lambda Phi Delta as set forth in the constitution are "To improve the scholastic standing of the drugless healing profession by recognizing and fostering academic achievement among students in accredited drugless institutions and duly qualified members of the profession." Dr. Bonazza is a Phi Beta Kappa man and he felt the need of such an organization for the drugless profession. Lambda Phi Delta is patterned closely after the famous Phi Beta Kappa Honor- ary Society and membership is based entirely upon successfully passing an examination in seven basic subjects. To date there have been three examinations held and twelve persons have met membership qualifications. Any activities of this Society Will be of a purely educational nature. We extend our sincerest Wish to the graduating class of l947, that their future be filled With every success and happiness. Congratulations, Doctors! Seventy-five uffw B wg Aw, , .ax ,J ., ,X H3 " '- 'Q' n ur FQ? il ,:Q"' , Q lim ?grV gf Y - 'Er:'1.?:,5Js21 if'? Q . , 132, . , ' , ff ' XL EFS I Mg y 3 . W I ,N ,. V Wfjf -Y , .':, ., .any 'V iigfggikfikggf 4wwxmfmeawfy2w4g-f E gf it -Q1 Wg 2-1 W ' i - in Q uf" , ' 'I' M 5' 141 14 ,.ZfTJff,,HQ F' V" .1 " I ' Qi 3,1 q "' Q, -I -Z' N ef',f vVfxgHf?w'w-ghggg M fwwQ -fwiiiif-wwf 3 - v ,-5 - , -,F "f- ,f,,, if - .ff ' 4 4 7 4 A vw JWGWWE if HQW wvfw 1 r f G ,A 6 .gn A if msaif'-.5-T' A , H ,. spam 'pi-if 11 - " " ZZ. 4 'Q JE.. 5. " 'E ' f . .l. - ,,,,, K .v. .im-, ., 'i ' H' J' l':'ff"'-e:4'r.,?' J' , A 4 I gm 1 5 F E ef' W s ' 'f A f' W M, W J, .M 4. - N , , :,, t J . Y , N. ' ' 1 - ,, ' ' if .wvl Mn" , ' 33- "1 I vi s ,:- "Tru -2-" ,N 4 . 2, ,pr 'ini y 1 - . ,V . Nw 3 ' X ,,'11 Y ,,,, mu, .Q V X, mp , f 5 -V ng,-v - w. ,L L ,3 .. ..,v 1 - , .f Wy -,Jr ,3 , 1, M, , 4 W 1 P -if ' wh , 1 Q 7 32 2 - -if -ww M ' - i 1 " Q,L1L,f .' a. 'HAH 1' - nf. A "5"' W , ' ' , 1" ' ' :,f.," . "1 3 , v ' ' , V .f , , . . r 'ii 1 I , .Q I 4- ' ,wx 63 ru g' ,-1 , ,,. -, .. . ,.- , ffwif3fw fwffwkwfQQ 1 A J! V ,. ' ' If .5 H . , - FX ' M , ' X .C mf - 1 N , 1 , . f -.1 , .. f . 1 ' f .A V .FM - .-.., , , wiv Q--T ' F5733 iq 1: 3- , ,Ag ima gi -4 J- 4 ' :Ax-V---J-411-14 .q.mLp,L.,.,.-.,,A,, , , , :V. , . ,. - W.. 1 ff- . "fwc,.W,,:f:..,, .,... '-.11 QQ-mg-. .-4f. Nl", MQHE'-Fiiigf., Tl-IE JUNIOR N. C A. The officers shown at the left served well and capably during the past year. They were responsible for many successful social functions, and led in the activation of such things as: organizing a school band, sponsoring a wide variety of sports, instilling a keen interest in the over-all potentials of the field of Chiropractic, and generally, the betterment of the student while here at the National College. The Foundations which they have added to the struc- ture are to be augmented further with more solidify of progressive programs by the oncoming members of each succeeding year. Ambitious and wise students of National College gathered together on Ianuary 8, 1940, and organized the lr. National Chiropractic Association. The founders felt that only through unity could they obtain experience in collective thinking and reasoning, and organization was the means by which they could spread the true philosophy of Chiropractic besides having a more powerful bargaining force with which to gain recognition and concessions. Since the first election, the Ir. N. C. A. has expanded and now seven chap- ters are chartered. The records show some achievements of its purposes. lts accomplishments have been many and worthy. To cite a few: lr. N.C.A. is on the mailing list of the Sr. N.C.A. and many state chiropractic associations, During the war, the military committee was able to solve many of the difficulties arising out of the draft status of the students, False and harmful articles in various periodicals did not go unnoticed and legal counsel was sought many times in ,an effort to combat propaganda of the adversaries of Chiropractic, A distinct feature of the program has been presentation of numerous lectures by some of the profession's outstanding men, The chapter has pledged a donation of 51,000 to the National Research Foundation, A National College orchestra has been organized to give vent to the musical talent lying within it and has been the feature attraction of several of the school functions, The social side has not been neglected. Such successful and enjoyable affairs as the 'lBlackouts of '44", Cpen House of l945, Spring Picnic of '46, Fall and Spring dances of '46-'47, will long be remembered and not soon forgotten. During the past year, the lr. N.C.A. has laid further ground work for the future. A revision of the constitution became necessary to meet the in- creased needs and membership. Today this body comprises over ninety per cent of the student body and the influx of greater numbers of students raised once more are the probabilities that new life and incentive is expected. With the revised constitution, which now includes representation from the various organizations within the school, and representatives from the several class groups, it is necessarily magnanimous in character having provisions for an amalgamation of all activities within its structure. Manifold potentials have come to be realized from this structure which is of deep import and wide implications. fContinued on Page 1341 Seventy-seven Everett P. Olson I wish to express my deepest appreci- ation for the loyalty of the Comrades and Officers of the Everett B. Olson Post in the splendid cooperation which made possible this commemoration. . I salute you K. H. Evert, Commander AMERICAN EVERETT B. OLSON was born in Milwaukee, U.S.A., December 6, l9l3. I-le died Easter morning at Aachen, Germany, 1945. The veterans of this College have established a memorium to perpetuate his sacrifice - The Everett B. Olson Post No. lOll of the American Legion. The official dedication ceremony, held December 6, 1946, in paying honor and tribute to him, was solemn and impressive. The installation of officers was under personal direction of the 5th District Commander, Mr. Glenn A. Gilliland. Dr, Ioseph I. lanse, President of National College, delivered a deep and stirring address evalu- ating Americanism and Patriotism. The honor guests were the parents of Everett B. Olson. Everett attended grade and high school in Mil- waukee, thence to the University of Wisconsin for two years. l-le later enrolled at the Carroll College where he decided to enter the Chiropractic field, and subse- quently came to National. I-le was known for his exceptional musical talent, and played the piano with great skill. When war carrie he enlisted and eventu- ally became a sergeant in the First Army, which went overseas in the fall of l944, to France, Italy, and then Germany. Following the fall of Aachen, the fatal Easter morning found him at the organ playing "Requem" from Handel. At the very crest of the Crescendo, a sniper's rifle stilled the talented fingers forever. Everett B. Olson has not died in Vain. OFFICERS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 1101 - 1945 'fi Back Row: Wm. Good- win, Adjutant: Orrie Fleming. Chaplain: Iames Gilhuly, Finance Officer: Dr. Rob't Null. Post Physician: Rob't Ketchum, Historian: and Douglas Mont- gomery. Iudge Advo- cate. Front Row: Marvin Hash. Sr. Vice-com- m an der: C. V. Edge. Sergeant-at-Arms: Dr. Ken Everts. Com- mander: Geo. Cuzner. Service Officer: Edw. Hayes. lr. Commander. LEGICDIXI For God and country We associate ourselves together for the following purpose: To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of Americag To maintain law and orderg - To foster and perpetuate one hundred per cent Americanismg To 'preserve the memories and incidents of our associations in the Great Warsg PREAMBLE To inculcate a sense of individual obligation to community, state, and nation, To combat the autocracy of both the classes and the massesg To make Right the master of Mightp To promote peace and good-will on earthy To safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of Iustice, Freedom, and Democracy To consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfulness Working together for a Worthy cause naturally draws people closely together. lt Was for the intelligent participation in all affairs affecting the veteran that the Everett B. Olson post Was formed by the students of NCC. We are not merely carrying on in a routine man- ner but are serving in an ever widening and deepening sphere ot influence. Our Service and Rehabilitation Committees are organizing programs of veteran assistance on an ever increasing scale. Our Americanism program, athletics program and educational programs are Well started and a significant number of plans are being prepared' to promote good Will toward our profession and a bulwarlc of strength to the ideals of service Which our profession represents. . We are living at a very significant time in Americas history. lt is a period of transition, a period ot consolidation, a period of clarification concerning national problems. lt is our opportunity and responsibility to so impress the meaning and value of ourblessings ot lib- erty upon the minds of the people that no po Weriul overbearing special privilege group can long exploit them. lndividual initiative must not be stifled. No autocratic control can be permitted to nullify our abilities and efforts. We of the Everett B. Olson post of the American Legion, by our devotion to mutual helpfulness, are helping to safeguard the liberties ot a nation. Hash AMERICAN LEGION MEMBERS. AND ALL OTHER VETERANS OF NATIONAL X - Q ch , L 1 , 1-. ,, NgQg3lL4-g0'vv l.-... . v -5- .-- sn. ! r . uf. .U .:'-:fx V .,,t: .gwvprl - 3 "r 'A' ' ' 'i -ii f ' :Q ' ' 'tl g ' ffjf figsfll M .FEWJN M1 WEE BEF-'L Edw. Goretski, Editor Eighty 1 1 -X TI-IE I-IGPE CF A NATION By Rev. Leo F. Fahey After a male baby has grown out of long clothes and triangles, and has acquired pants, freckles and so much dirt that relatives do not dare kiss it between meals, it becomes a boy. A boy is nature's answer to that false belief that there is no such thing as perpetual motion. ' A boy can swim like a fish, run like a deer, climb like a squirrel, balk like a mule, bellow like a bull, eat like a pig, or act like a jackass, according to climatic conditions. A boy is a piece of skin stretched over an appetite. A noise covered with smudges. He is called a tornado because be comes at the most unexpected times, hits at the most unexpected places, and leaves everything a wreck behind him. Every boy is evidence that 'God is not yet discouraged with man. Were it not for boys, newspapers would be undelivered, and unread, and a thousand picture shows would go bankrupt. Boys are useful in running errands, a boy can easily do the family errands with the aid of five or six adults. The zest with which a boy does an errand is equalled only by the speed of a turtle on a luly day. The boy is a natural spectator. He watches parades, fires, fights, ball games, automobiles, boats, and airplanes with equal fervor, but - he will not watch a clock. The man who invents a clock that will stand on its head and sing a song when it strikes will Win the undying gratitude of millions of families whose boys are forever coming to dinner about supper time. Boys faith- fully imitate their dads in spite of all efforts to teach them good manners. A boy, if not washed too often, and if kept in a cool quiet place after each accident, will survive broken bones, hornets, swimming holes, tights and nine helpings of pie. He is a growing animal of superlative promise, to be fed, watered and kept warm . . . a joy forever . . . a periodic nuisance . . . the problem of our lives . . . and the hope of a nation . . . l , fSubmitted by Ben Clarkl TI-IE GUY IN THE GLASS When you get what you want in your struggle for self, And the world makes you King for a day, Then go to your mirror and look at yourself, "And see what that guy has to say. For it isn't your father or mother or wife, VV hose judgment upon you must pass, The fellow whose verdict counts most in your life ls the guy staring back from the glass. l-le's the man you must please, never mind all the rest, For he's with you up to the end, 'And you've passed the most difficult dangerous test If the man in the glass is your friend. You may be like"l..ittle lack Horner" and"chisel" a plum, And think you're a wonderful guy, But the man in the glass says you're only a bum, lf you can't look him straight in the eye. You can fool the whole world down the pathway ofyears, You can get pats on the back as you pass, But your final reward will be heartaches and tears, lf you've cheated the guy in the glass! fSubmitted by Larry Mason, class of 7152 DEAR DQCTCDR Dear Doctor: I am 66 years of age, size 5.3 x 2.4, equipped with a 5 kw., triple- valve, non-skip heart which I use in connection with a 210 volt ham- merless, self-winding, automatic, I5 jewel, nickel plated esophagus with pneumatic tires. I have had considerable trouble with my left plantar arch, but it does not seem that the force of the impulses received from this source could be sufficient to destroy the equilibrium of my snibby pin. Direct- ing the force at the right transverse diameter in the back yard behind the kitchen seems to correct an attitude of supreme indifference, but I find that using Zljg turns of W4 back Wire around the differential diag- nosis of the external disturbing protuberance brings a result sufficient to warrant the use of a 4U-Ohm P. P. D. amplifier between the internal condyle and the anterior left front before backward tubercle. Yet I found with this arrangement that the felicity of the healing element in the glandular epithelium had a tendency to become im- pregnated with the secretion of the Pyloric valve of the Anti-Volstead tract. So, on the advice of Dr. Kut M. Uppe, I removed the drift slide and substituted a duplex, automatic stoker which allows the left dorsal Ulna bone to oscillate between the Sphygmonometer and the upper mammillary process of the 4th lumbar, and prevents the stellate cells from short circuiting my marcel wave. I was wondering if by placing the blow-off cock in juxtaposition to the bi-lateral articulation of the hypophysis and using an emer- gence application of air on the varicosed saphenous cavern, would the cubic capacity of the association fibers of the hippopotamus in any way effect the centrifugal fasciculus of the Sarah's Belly, and would this be a reflex action? Also would Iohnson's wax have a beneficial effect upon the floor of the 4th ventricle? Any suggestions you may have to make on the foregoing matters will be greatly appreciated by me. AlStein A DROP OF BLQCDD HOW TO KEEP WELL TG Tl-IE BIG TCE BY DA- By lack H anshaw First the drop of blood, we know, Through the Aortic Arch must go, Through the Thoracic then We force, And the Abdomen of course. Then the Iliacs are seen - Takes the right just to be mean. Through the Femoral we race -- Soon the Popliteal we face. The Droplet being such a pal Takes the Anterior Tibial. Dorsalis Pedis next we go Right smack into the big toe. Left our purse at home. So, well - Up Saphenous vein, pell mell Through the Femoral. Then, by crack, We hit the External Iliac. ' . Common Iliac is next in lineg Now the Inferior Vena Cava. Fine. To the heart we hurry fast. Glory be! We're home at last. Ever since my early teens l've depended on vaccines, Antitoxins, powders, pills, To protect me from all ills. Twice a year I ask the doc What diseases are in stock And take a hypodermic "shot" For the ones I haven't got - Anti-typhus, anti-flu, Anti-beriberi, too, Anti-that and anti-this, Anti-elephantiasis - Almost all of them l've tried And Cthus farl I have not died. Caution is my constant praxis, Life one long prophylaxis. , Freed frornqfear of all diseasesf I postpone my obsequises. ' When at last I do succumb, After life's long tedium, All the doctors will agree, "I-Ie died of his immunity." 3 p':'vm1-A f ' gg Y. M H , 11 wa! 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Q- C, Q EEJHT-T9r.7-HT tw C T3 T97-,THTQ N l 2 Rl9rs7Ng7,. ft A f N - Lk C Q .gt - X KN ivuif- Q4 102,99 U - E A .... WE ARE GCDING TCD LET Tl-IES Eh M , or www . Bm THQRQ HE GOES "-"""-TQY 'N ,,., Qyyi, TO sem we aroma -F 'J O w X232 55 ff ! CL-XNKZ Y- '5'.O " f -,xg 4.. .- X ef? N44 mx ,Q XL-SXE TXE , KV? WL' W vm Q NG PEOPLQ7 QL! 0 - Z ,Z XNQWT WORK igifm ey- ,i RQ' f e 'Ll F Z. q :mfg ww fi? airs.: .... ws, OK NU Vg. if N949' H 5 was 'Q IQ A-,Y if? KEN xl X Q55 wo Enom X U Q D, WURRQRIQ?-,--,,, 'A' N' " -' QT WOQN. AGES SPEAK F012 THEMSELVES! WELL, Tl-IATS NATICDNAI. lt isn't likely that many of us will forget the things we did at National during our brief stay here. Some things Were wonderful, others not so good but they all seemed somehow to balance. Every step we take through the halls of the college holds remembrances of meetings with friends, discussions, chatter, plans for the future. As we step through the archway in front and open the first door, remem- ber how heavy it is and how we usually looked around for someone else to help us open it the rest of the way? And the second door likewise? Then we entered the hallways themselves. The big stairway faces us first. Its marble steps suffered the pounding of feet as they trudged up and down through the years. To the left is Room lU2. Our memory always recalls dear old "Oscar" who has stood faithfully in the corner and suffered to be handled, man- handled, mangled, dressed in the most outlandish garbs, all for the sake of science and progress. His bones have been beaten to where he is sadly prokiigi up about it. ln fact, his mandible hung so low in despair it finally ell o . Then there's lOl. Good old Chemistry and Lab. How many hours of pleasant confusion were spent there. lt finally earned its title, after long years of hard work, of the "mystery room". You can still hear the rat-tat-tat of Dr. Parkers chalk being sprayed as massive formulas, sounding like a full belt of machine-gun fire being let loose, on the blackboard. Chemistry! .Ailhldhow can we forget. And some of the Works of art that went into those s a es. - Now let's cross the halls to the other side. Yes, the fountain is still there. Wonder how it Works now? You could never tell about that thing. You didn't know just exactly how far to stand back, the proper approach, and sometimes even left it alone for fear of being sprayed but good. And the mailboxes. I see they still haven't installed traffic lights yet. What a time that used to be trying to get past them every change of classes. Everyone seemed to congregate at that corner to expound their theories, make dinner engagements, exchange notes and what not. And what happened to our loveseat? l see a bar stretched across it now. That was the regular appointment, date arrangement, gossip collecting center of the school. And right around the corner is the old technic room. How we sweat trying to learn our professional technic from Dr. Ianse within those four walls. And that big roll of canvas is still there to provide a separate clinic for the students, the only clinic of its kind where a student can diagnose and treat a case com- pletely Lipon what he himself has learned. And across the way, the dissection lab. Need l say any more about that? The formaldehyde! Ugh! But the training we got speaks for itself. And that row of seats is still there in the halls. We did so much hard work UD in the classrooms that it was a relief to use them to sit down again. Room 109 comes next - our assembly hall, with all its specimens in the cases and the colonic for the free clinic. Can't you still see old Doc Wells sitting behind the podium getting as big a kick as ever from a joke? We'll never forget those hours there. Upstairs they have the new x-ray clinic now and have things changed there! lt's quite the thing, believe me. The latest in equipment. And new therapy machines for Drs. Blackmore and Sprecher with which to demonstrate their lectures. Of course, all through the halls you can still follow the progress of our profession as class by class is displayed upon the walls, all those who left the college from "way back there", to last year's class. All in all there are a lot of good things to remember about the old Alma Mater. Men from all walks of life and all four corners of the world have come here for knowledge and have gone back to put into practice what they learned here. Yep, we can be mighty proud of these old halls. lf they could only talk, what they wouldn't say. Well . . . That's National. Ioseph H. Kurinslcy DIAGNOSTIC A B CS A-stands for Acne, on face more than hands. You'll find inflammation of sebaceous glands. B-for Bell's Palsy of which we have heard, caused by paralysis of the facial nerve. C-stands for cardiac. ln symptoms you'll find regurgitation the most common kind. D-stands for Dentist, to which you will send your patient if teeth are in need of cr friend. E--for Enophthalmos - recession of eyes - you'll find in malignant diseases of size. P-is Frohlicks syndrome. Though symptoms may vary, you'll find diseases of the Pituitary. Ge-stands for Gall Bladder whose symptoms will be: if she's fair, and she's fat, and past forty. H-stands for Herpes Zoster. You'll find 'Tis a cold sore on lips and will show everytime. I-stands for Iris into which you should look. You may find conditions that aren't in the book. I-stands for Iaundice and let this sink in: shows first in the eye before showing on the skin. K--stands for Koplik, whose spots when around, will show you for certain there's measles in town. L-for lymphatics and, just a suggestion, if swollen will show a lymphatic congestion M-stands for mitral, the heart valve you see, which is usually involved on old systole. N--is Nystagmus, in eyes it is found. You can tell it with ease if the eyes roll around. O-stands for Oliver's sign, not a bug. 4 lt will always be found in tracheal tug. P-for paralysis, you'll tell it with ease. lt's usually found in Parkinson's disease. Q-stands for questions of which you should use to find patient's joys as well as his blues. R-stands for Bales, in lungs they are foundg So listen real close, if you would hear the sound. S-stands for study, of all patient's signs which will give you a clue, 'ere you make up your mind. T-stands for temperature. Take it each time Your patient comes in. lt will help ease his mind. U-stands for urine, a sample you'll take a few basic tests that the doctor should make. V-stands for Von Grofs, in the eyelid it's found. The lid won't follow behind when eyeball looks down. W-stands for weight of your patient you'll get to see if he's healthful or still living yet. X-stands for X-ray if you fear silicosis. The pictures will help in your diagnosis. Y-stands for yeast and surely it should be supplied to the patient for Vitamin B. Z-stands for zip. The Doctor now sees if he's diagnosed right from his A, B, C's. lack Henshaw TCDLEIQANCE The most loveable quality any human being can possess is tolerance. lt is the vision that enables one to see things from another's viewpoint. lt is the generosity that concedes to others the right to their own opinions and pe- culiarities. lt is the bigness that enables us to let people be happy in their own way instead of our way. "Kep's" Party Dancing at the "English Flat" Egg tossin' at ihe Picnic Here it comes - Coffee in the Sun! Don't drop itl More iun at the "English Flat" A "Brain Strainer" Xmas Dance at the Duncan "Y" Lambda Chi Social Evening BI? Winning Ladies Team and Still Dancin' at Mascot - Thatcher Woods Picnic the Xmas Party Self-SerViCe! Santa Claus and Babes at the Lambda Chi Xmas Party Hey! Come and get itl Preparing the Groaning Board! Watch the birdie! A1 Stein, Editor SPCIQTS Al Stein is to be highly commended for his Work in compiling this material. It was no mean task, since he is also the aide of our coach and mentor "Cam" Cameron. This jolo has kept him pretty occupied, but he was fortunate in having such fine sources to draw from. Much is planned for the coming year, as We hope to arrange regular schedules between all Chiropractic Colleges, within a reasonable radius from us, in many sports. It should meet with hearty approval from every one concerned, Ninety-two lim' KA r I Q M fa! Q if rr HF 1 Nl N M N X A, V' ':,? ' , ,H iff, Q' r W 'K 5' - ' 1 k-.,-F " is X 'Huff' GNN' W Y W w NJ H ' 1 l 3m5g?4gi1 Jpw i ' Y ,IES L f ' Q-I v-xr .553 -A - V 1, ff' V 4-. in '59Ti24'i1T?W' ,, 1 1, ,1 ,w H , A , ig, . . ,F 'af iff I' 5.5 if' sf! I -Y. l 1 Russ Elliot Forward Francis Smith Forward Dick Scovell Guard Dick Hoeker Guard Bob Kienath Centre Ierry Morrissette Guard BASKETBALL ARTKILE GN PAGE 98 Ninety-four THE NATIONAL COLLEGE BOWLING LEAGUE FOR 1946-47 BOWLING THE BOWLING STAFF AND COMMITTEES Left to Right: Iohn Clifford, Committee: Walter Norby, Committee: Rose Marie Hudson, Treasurer: Iames Gilbertson, Committee: T. G. Bush, Secretary. THE TEAM CAPTAINS Standing: los. Dcxtiilo, Milan Iansik, Bob Kienath, Geo. Chatburn, Iohn Clifford. Kneeling: Floyd Yeager, Paul Alling, Iames Gilbertson, Lee Arnold, Stanley Weiland. THE TEAMS Subluxcziions: Bush. Stein, Norby, Clifford. Scoliosis: Truitt, Bernuto- wicz. Smiih, I-llling. Saczo-Illiacs: C cz rn e r o n, Benson, Hutton, Dcritilo. Lumbars: Waite, Manske, Ortmcxn, Kiencxth. Lordosis: Bolin, Necxrpcrss, Iohnson, Gilbertson. Kyphosis: Theim fsubli Ci vi l e t t o, Chaiburn. Campbell. Number Nine: Robinson, Stewart Kctbsentl, Arnold, Supernaw. Cervicals: Rude, Iohcmnes- sen, Yeager. Hudson. Coccyx: P cz t t o n, Null, Icmsik, Davey. Dorsals: Phillips, Walker Weiland, LaRue. l WEIGHT LIFTIINIC B'll Y se, l-'loyd Yeager, Milan Iansik and Bob .Schelley are fine examples 1 ou ot clean living, clean rnincledness and high principles ot which this school is ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' tl d t din his mighty proud. Bill is a champion in his own right, recen y e en g crown in the 165 lb. class at the Central AAU. meet here in Chicago against litters from the University of Illinois, and men from three other states. He also Won the l947 State Y.M,C.A. championship with a total score ot 730 lbs. This branch of sports is on the increase here at National College. . ' H EW? 'Q .X 4. h 1 Ninety-seven BASKETBALL Ccontinued from page 945 A lineup of eleven strong, flying the colors of the National College, made its initial debut in competitive basketball this year, and, for a first year team, they were a hard driving, slash- ing crew unloading a carload of razzle-dazzle ball that had their opponents Wishing all Chiropractors Who play basketball Were outlawed. Let's look at their record: They Won the Tri-Chiropractic Conference over Palmer and Lincoln, copped the play-oft and championship of the Industrial League. Won and lost for the season reads: 30 and 8, respectively. Two of the defeats Were non-league games, and the third Was in the first game of the second round of the Industrial League Championship, Which was a thriller and a heartbreaker, our boys losing in the closing seconds of the game. We had Won the first round of the playoff, however. The Team, coached by "Cam", delivers a one-two punch. The first is tossed by such players as Bill Collins and Buss Elliot playing forward, Morrissette and Anderson at guard, and Repke at the pivot post. After having delivered this punch, the knockout is in With this quintet: Dick Hoeker, Dick Scovell, Ed Smith, Bay Waite and Bob Kienath. Another man, Vernon Teisgen, will see much action next year. And then, of course, the l2th man, known as the Manager is Yours Truly, Al Stein. ' l-IANDBALI. A X Qs. . Pictured are Scovell and Yeager. who are the most outstanding hand- ball artists in the College. Plans for more and more competition in this active sport are on the agenda ior next year. Ninety-eight CALISTI-IENICS These future doctors realize the importcmce of keeping their bodies in top physical form Cno pun intendedl. Typical of the enthusiasm for sports oi Q11 kinds, this bevy ot pulchritude is no exception, for they support proof of the chiropractic philosophy. ' Ninety-nine SWIMMING This sport has proven the most widely accepted here at National, next to basketball and bowling. Along with other sports, the large student body will make their contribution here, as We happen to know that there are a number of expert swimmers among us, many ol whom have already applied for entrance into the State swimming meet Csponsored by the Y.M.C.A.J. 'W - We ' V ,ji V.. y my , 1, yy A y , - y,yy V , 6 "Pe Ar, - V 5 is ' ,- ' .1 One Hundred ' .3 RALPH C. KING, D.C. Chief of Staff, National College Clinic Graduate, National Col- lege of Chiropractic Dr. Ralph C. King is a graduate of National of l94l. He joined the faculty early in 1942 and continued as such until 1945, During that time, he divided his duties between teaching and the clinic. Every man has his forte, and Dr. King found his as a diagnostician, and taught special diagnostic technique for some time. l-le subsequently became Chief Examining Physician in the Clinic,.and the cumulative experi- ence, plus his very natural aptitude eventually led to his appointment as Chief of the Clinic Staff. The results have been highly favorable, and the number of successfully treated patients has increased greatly. Dr. King has another and more important duty besides managing the Clinic, he personally supervises all phases of interne training, consulting in diagnosis, advising treatment, and generally preparing the internes for their own future practices. We think that no more qualified person could have been chosen, since Dr. King represents that type of Chiropractic Physician that We should like to beg courteous, precise, conscientious, and a diligent Drugless Doctor. One Hundred Two TI-IE CLINIC STAFF EXAMININC5 PHVSIQIANS . 2 l i J 1 ! 1 i J i Dr. F. H. Blackmore ll Dr. Stanley Pisarek LAWRENCE SOILAND, DC, Graduate, National Col- lege of Chiropractic Chief Intern, National College Clinic ' ASSISTANT CLINIC PERSONNEL Front Row: Rhode, McBrady. Kutzner. Back Row: Stroble. Ault, Schnitzer. Taylor, Hcxll. Fecxmley. - ,: , 1 Aschexm Zondek Test TI-IE LAB GEORGE S. PARKER, B.S., A.S. A most genial gentleman, and one of the most outstanding authorities on the science ot laboratory technique in the Chiropractic profession. :Qi fA r swf " Lee A. Brondy X-RAY MR. LEE A BRONDY B.S., University of lllinois M.S., University of Wisconsin One yecrr, University of Chicago Professor of Roentgenology We are most fortunate to have Mr. Broncly cfs one of our forc- ulty. He lucid been sulostcxntiorlly successful in the field of X-Roy before coming to the Noltioncrl College. l Left: Anterior-posterior preparation. i Below: Reversing the procedure. n , w.Q -Y , Guam , -:ff ' -u , 1. ,. is Q, grill YW sms? 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One Hundred Thirty-two A LCCK AT Tl-IE FUTURE Ea-+V, Above: Mr. Turek is forward looking, and sees an even greater future for Chiropractic. Left: Dr. Ianse encourages each student to be progressive, and alert to poten- tials of this profession. ln every enterprise it is well to remember this: There must be an idea first, - an inspiration second, - and then, the ability to apply both in a practical direction. Of these, practicality is the most important, for no matter how high minded a project may be, - its success depends entirely upon the knowledge and skill of the men who guide its destiny. The National College of Chiropractic is certainly a case in point. When Dr. Schulze reorganized its entire facilities in 1921, he fathered many far-reaching ideas which the years have proven both practical and essential. As time passed, it was found necessary to re-ar- range, and generally, to adopt whatever means were available in sustaining and advancing the procedures of Chiropractic Science as he so wisely interpreted them. Certain changes in the over-all administration took place, also, which time has shown to have been a stroke of fortune for the College. ln 1924, Mr. O. I. Turek was called into the administration, and immediately his keen acumen asserted itself, for he introduced newer methods of administration and division of controls, expedient at the time, for the continuity of activities, and, for future development. The various improvements he installed and the tenacity with which he tackled complex problems, characterized every aspect of the material progress of National. Where it was formerly privately owned, it is now a non-profit organization, recognized by the United States Treasury Department as such, and therefore, is not subject to taxation as a private business. ln short, all accrued earnings revert to the College to meet its current operating expenses, and all other considerations. The wisdom of these steps is now apparent! Here is the story: ln Ianuary, 1945, Mr. Turek and Mr. Schulze offered the entire facilities of the National College to the profession, and made this proposal to the N.C.A., which was to have supervised its functions and discharged the obligations of the Turek and Schulze estates, thus enabling all concerned to exercise the prerogatives due them. No more generous, nor farsighted gesture could have been made, but the hand of Providence must have intervened. The N.C.A. was unable to act upon this proposition, however, and subsequently, other plans were formulated. Under the auspices of Mr. Turek, Drs. lanse and King, the above mentioned obliga- tions are to be liquidated according to a five year plan, at which time the College will become an entity, and a monument to the forward thinking men who laid its foundation: an institution self-owned, self-sus- tained and in a most excellent position to receive and aportion the support of its Alumni, and state or public endowments that may materialize. Thus, the way is open for National to enter another era, and in every respect will belong to the profession, thenceforth. So, keep your eyes on National- you are definitely a part of its future! The Editor STUDENT BODY INTEREST Lei! to Right: Ios Kurinsky. Dcxve Nuerenberg. Doug . Montgomery, and Lloyd Lindberg deserve credit for keener student participation in the N.C.A. Tl-IE IUNICR N. C. A. Ccontinued from page 77D With such a scope in view, the responsibilities lie heavy upon the shoul- ders of those entrusted with the future's prospects. Envisioning the longed for motives of the founders, those endowed presently with the courage and forti- tude to bear the weight and bind the bonds left dangling may establish the cherished ideals and form a foundation upon which all successors will be proud to tread. To establish unity and correlation of all aspects of any project, it must come from within prior to its eminence abroad. This done, the road- way becomes but a means to an end. The lr. N.C.A. is proud of the members who have entered its fold and left, to carry its principles throughout the world. By no means will it let that suffice. lt must continue to guide and prepare those now here and those who will come on in the years hence for the positions they must assume as men and women, leaders in their communities, respected citizens, upholders of the ideals of the drugless healing arts. THE SPIRAL An example of the expediency and efficiency of the new freshman class is the organization of a school paper, 'The Spiral", which now appears every first and third Monday of each month. These boys, under the excellent lead- ership of Spencer Lowe placed the first issue before the entire student body February 28 of this year and the response has been tremendous, The paper is growing by leaps and bounds. The staff includes - from the freshman class: Mr. Lowe, editorg Mr. Turner, associate editorg Mr. Soderstrom, Mr. McCorkindale, Mr. Quarmby, and from the sophomore class: Eugene Mollier, associate editor, Ioseph Martino, William Duefrene. Keep up the good work men, we need you and all for which you stand and the policies which you sustain shall encourage whole-hearted support. One Hundred Thirty-four A contab in the 'Rec' room by a group of various staff members of the Mirror. The subiects of such serious intent are pictures for the Yearbook. and plans for next year. Future doctors and Alumni of the National College wait for the Tech- nique Room to open up. How the memories of these days will recur in the years to come. NEW WFRESHMAN CLASS We Wish to extend our greetings, and welcome into our fold the recent matriculation of some strong frosh. lt is with a hale and hearty hand that we grasp theirs and look forward to many pleasant associations. Already they have proven themselves well worthy of a .rightful place Within our profession. Their aggressiveness is only surmounted by their eagerness and conscientiousness. Like other of the classes, they are comprised of men and women from many far flung places such as South Africa, India, Canada, and a great many of the states of the Union. And their prime purpose here is Chiropractic. We can expect a great deal from them and will look forward to the day when they will enter the field as full-fledged Chiropractors and continue the cause which is being so well manifested. These men and women contain amongst themselves the potentialities of leadership, fine judgment, character, and above all conviction in their belief of our great art of healing. We hope they will find here what they seek and will not falter in their chosen path. Again we welcome you new freshmen and wish you success. One Hundred Thirty-five It-IE VEARBOOK STAFF IOS. R. KURINSKY Associate Editor O EDW. GORETSKI Special Features I ALVIN STEIN Sports Editor Assistants: Ierry Morrissette Ios. Martino Milan Iansik ' N I EVELYN NOSWORTHY Organizations I RALPH SOLOMON Artist I VICTOR MEYERS Photographer T. G. BUSH Editor-in-chief CLASS EDITORS SENIORS Warren Schnitzer IUNIORS I Kay Ostergren soPH 1 ' U Rich Vanl-Iouten SOPI-I II Edw. Hayes FROSH I Douglas Kirkbride FROSH II Floyd Yeager IANET MALCI-IEEE IRENE MALCI-IEEE Critic Editors R. L. LANG Business Manager PAUL ALLING Circulation Manager Assistants: Benj. Clark . Ios. Dattillo Ierry Morrissette Ios. Martino Elaine Sprecher HENRY THURINGER IOSEPH SONNTAG Advertising Assistants: Ios. Dattillo Walter Norloy Rolo't Null , Rob't Drake ALUMNI REFERENCE DIRECTORY Ann Drost, Estelle Drost - Dorothy Drost, Lillian Drost Elo Blank I cannot close this book Without special mention of the two men who were both my good right and lett arms. Their tireless Work and conscientious attitude became the staff upon which I relied, and not only myself, but all the others Were conscious ot their strength as Well. We hereby tender our deep gratitude to you -- Ralph Lang and Ioe Kurinsky. One Hundred Thirty-six The Editor The ladies pictured below are credited with accomplishing one of the most exacting tasks of all - compiling the ALUMNI REFERENCE DIRECTORY. As you scan each of the names listed in your directory. remember to thank these charming ladies who have made this section possible. Left to Right: Ann, Dorothy. Estelle and Lillian Drost. and Florence Blanck. Aash, C. ..,.... . Abel, I. F. ..,. .... 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