Temple University School of Dentistry - Odontolog Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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 I Dental School Library of Class Book. Ac._____THE DENTAL LOGLibrary Temple University Philadelphia Dental TtmPLt UniU£RSITV SCHOOL OF DFtlTISTRV ("fJUmf kj tL IlLy SENIOR CLASS Library Temple University Philadelphia Dental ColleaeFOREWORD T JL IIE last moving events of this last year at Temple have been greatly overshadowed by world-wide eruptions which are destined to change our entire future. Because of this fact the yearbook becomes an even more important record of the people and events of a school year than it has in the past. It is for this reason that we feel that this yearbook should help its owner remember the events of a year at school as accurately and naturally as possible. We have tried to make this 1942 Dental Log one that can be remembered after the present-day chaotic world in which we live, is again at peace.CONTENTS PAGE ADMINISTRATION................ 14 SENIORS....................... 38 CLASSES....................... 114 FRATERNITIES.................. 132 ORAL HYGIENE............... 144 FEATURES................... 170 ADVERTISEMENTS............. 185  In cooperative thought united ®lje Class of 1942 causes to be framed this Proclamation WIIES IS the course of human events a son was born to Harry L. Halpern and his good wife Sarah on June 29, 1890 and caused him to be named Leon Albert, they little knew the esteem in which he would be held by his fellow men: nor did they suspect the proud position he would reach in recognizance of the years of love and care they put upon him which would stimulate his sincerity and fairness throughout his career THEREFORE, WE, the Class of 1942, in order to make known to his colleagues, students and friends the reasons for this tribute, the Hebtcation of ©uv Class Becorb, RELATE herewith the beginnings and stepping stones upward in the life of our friend, teacher and benefactor to his first year as Eton U. E?alpevn, Professor of Clinical JJeniStrp Native to Philadelphia, he pursued his career with simple steadfastness through the elementary schools of this city, graduating from the venerable Central High School in 1909. Deciding upon dentistry as his chosen work, matriculation followed in the Philadelphia Dental College, which had only four years before his entrance in 1911 shared 9its honored place in the academic world by affiliation with Temple University. Due to early recognition of his sterling qualities his fellow students elected him president of the Freshman Class, only to repeat this honor with the presidency of the Junior Class and further signally honoring him with the presidency of his Senior Class and also of the Gar-retsonian Society, which was at that time composed of the entire student body. He was honored by the Psi Omega Dental Fraternity with a bid to join them, some years later being chosen by them as Grand Master of the Pennsylvania State Alumni. Ix.‘on Ilalpern’s training in the arts and sciences of dentistry was under the aegis of such outstanding educators as Simeon II. Guilford, A.M., D.D.S., Ph.D., who was the Dean as well as Professor of Operative and Prosthetic Dentistry and Orthodontia, and Otto E. Inglis, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Pathology, Therapeutics and Dental Materia Medica, and Carlton N. Russell, D.D.S., M.D., Professor of Oral Surgery, all of whom carried the torch of their learning directly from the founding fathers, McQuillen, Flagg and Garretson. Serving as lecturers at that time were our present Dean, Dr. C. Barton Addie, and Dr. F. St. Elmo Rusca, Professor of Operative Dentistry, who are the only members of our faculty today with a longer record of service to our school than the twenty-eight years of Dr. Halpern. In the fall of 1014 he was appointed Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry, which position he held until 1928, the same year that our late revered and beloved Dr. Addincll Hcwson joined the faculty as Professor of Anatomy and Histology. Romance entered at this time in the figure of Dorothy Adelson, who succumbed to his blandishments on August 27. 1910. Dr. Halpern joined Dr. Addie in the Orthodontia department after successfully completing his course in the Dewey School of Orthodontia in New York. This association was maintained until the spring of 1982. In the fall of that year lie was promoted to the Associate Professorship of Operative Dentistry, and in 1985. his work was further recognized when he was given the post of Chief of the Operative Clinic. Thus in a steady progression his ability has been rewarded until in the fall of 1941 he reached the newest pinnacle of his career as Professor of Clinical Dentistry. To detail all of his other activities and honors could add but little to what the reader may expect. Nonetheless some high spots in his extracurricular activities add color to the esteem in which we hold him. Only five years after his graduation in 1914, his colleagues elected him President of the Alumni Society; ever since then he has been a loyal and ardent, worker; he was twice elected President of the General Alumni Society of Temple University, and the recipient in 1940 of the Alumni Award; he was a member of the Board of Governors of the County Dental Society, an assistant secretary and member of the Executive Council of the Pennsylvania State Dental Society; a first lieutenant in the Army Dental Corps; is now active as faculty adviser of the Temple Dental Review (since its inception in 1981); a member of the Blue Key Honor Society and vice-president and charter member of the Kappa Kappa chapter of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon. Dr. Halpern is now serving on the Dean’s Executive Committee and serves as Coordinator for the Professional Schools of the Air Raid and Sabotage Committee of Temple University. FOR ALL THESE FACTS AND REASONS, for your long and faithful service to our school, for your consistently courteous and fair consideration in our many problems, W E, THE CLASS OF FORTY-TWO, SALUTE YOU! 10Message to the Qlass of ’42 fN LEAVING these halls you take with you the latest fruits of the ideals planted here seventy-nine years ago. Your Alma Mater is a fruitful monument to the ideals and devotion to the betterment of what is now your life’s work. Retain, then, this perspective in whatever you may be called upon to do—and for most of you it will undoubtedly be some activity aiding in the immediate welfare of our country. The devotion to the ideals of practice and principle which have been passed on to you in your four years we have spent together—and I speak now for all of your teachers—will serve to carry you through what may well be some of the gravest moments in your lives. We know you will not fail us and the spirit of those who, having gone before, now point the way. I do not want to descend to rank sentimentality, but I do sincerely appreciate your loyalty and friendship. Keep the faith in God and man and do your part so that we may all come into our own in a better and cleaner world when this martial aberration of mankind is done Leon A. Halpkrn. 11123n jfWemoriam I. NORMAN BROOMELL, D.D.S., LL.D., F.A.C.D. (Dean of the Dental School 1919-1941) Professor of Dental Anatomy and Dental Histology isDR. ROBERT L. JOHNSON President of Temple University I)r. Johnson graduated from the Taft School in 1914. He then attended Vale I'nivcrsity where, 1918. he became one of the organizers of the Vale Batteries which later developed into the first important K. 0. T. C. unit in the United States. He left Yale in the spring of his Junior year to serve with the armed forces and after receiving a commission at Plnttsburg, he went to Europe for further training and was then assigned to the First Division. Shortly after the war. Dr. Johnson joined a small group and became one of the founders of Time magazine and he became the first President of that corporation. In 1935 Dr. Johnson took a year's leave of absence to become Belief Administrator in Governor George Earle’s cabinet for one year. At this time he reorganized the relief administration in the State of Pennsylvania. After the year passed he returned to Time, Inc. to help establish tAfe magazine. Dr. Johnson has written a number of magazine articles, the best known being “A Business Man Looks at Relief.” This article appeared in several issues of the Saturday Evening Post early in 1936. In 1937 Dr. Johnson was elected President of the National Civil Service Reform League where, for three years, he directed a drive particularly in state governments, toward developing the merit system in legislation. Dr. Johnson has been and is now, a Trustee of the Boys' Club of New York which is the first boys’ club to have been founded in the country. 16T)r. Johnson’s Message A T THE close of a school year that has been marked with difficulties for education everywhere, I greet with pride the students who have persevered through the distractions of troubled days to achieve their goal. Dental surgeons, like physicians, are necessary both to military and civilian defense, a fact to which your government has given recognition. This places under heavy responsibility you who are being graduated this year from the School of Dentistry. Even though you never fire a gun, you may regard yourself as being in the first line of defense. This precious quality that we term morale rests in part on health, and you are one of its guardians. Health is as vital to an army as its weapons, it is as important to war industry as its tools. You, along with practitioners of the other healing arts, must protect it. The diploma that Dental graduates receive is evidence that you have the skill to do this, and the pcrsistance with which you have sought your education shows that you have the will to do it. You may be sure that your University is proud of you, as it is of those who for so many years have gone out from the School of Dentistry, for the service which you will offer, in peace or war, to human health and welfare. As your University President, 1 shall hear with pleasure of your individual successes, and I wish you a full measure of happiness. Robert L. Johnson. 17C. BARTON ADDIE, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Dean of Temple Dental School Professor of Crown and Bridge and Orthodontia 18zA Message From Dean zAddie TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1!)42: I"N RESPONSE to your request that I give to you a few parting words of advice and encour-agenient upon the occasion of your launching into the stream of professional activity after six long years of preparation, I must frankly admit that at this moment, I hardly know how or where to begin. So much can be said at a time like this, especially when so much has to be done in a world of turmoil and distress. We have passed through some strenuous times together these past few years and while you may look upon the future with a great deal of anxiety because of the war, comfort yourself with the realization that you are well equipped and prepared in professional training and can take your place among the ranks of those who are so nobly contributing specialized skill toward alleviating ills and injuries resulting from a noble service to one’s country. No one can predict with certainty, the events of the future, “but win the war we will." Such victory, however, will entail many hardships and much suffering for both combatants and non-combatants alike, yet for those who have been trained to minister to the wounded and aid the sick are distinctly privileged. Yours is a heritage, incomparable to any other especially at times like these, and 1 envy you your opportunity for service. Your professional career is just beginning as are also your selective studies and development. Up until now, you have been chiefly concerned with fundamentals and professional background. Today you start in to acquire by continuous study and practice, that skill and knowledge that will mark you as a qualified authority in your chosen field. 1 bid you one and all God’s speed together with health, wealth and happiness. Wherever you may roam, remember your Alma Mater and let her hear from you occasionally. C. B. A. 19F. ST. ELMO RISC A, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Professor of Operative Dentistry, Operative Technic and Tooth Morphology 20THEODORE I). CASTO, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Professor of Roentgenology and Pedodontology 21JAMES RITCHIE CAMERON, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Professor of Oral Surgery JOHN A. KOLMER, M.S., M.D., Dr.P.H., D.Sc., LL.D., L.H.D., F.A.C.P. Professor of Medicine 3FREDERIC JAMES, D.D.S., L.M.M.S.S.A. (London) Professor of Denial Histo-Patkology and Clinical Pathology of Therapeutics 24JOHN C. SCOTT, Phar.D., M.D. Professor of Physiology, Hygiene and Pharmacology 25GEORGE K. SCHACTERLE Professor of Chemistry and Hygiene 26GEORGE W. MILLER, M.D. Professor of Anatomy 27LEON A. HALPERN, D.D.S. Professor of Clinical Dentistry •28josepii McFarland, m.d., Sc.d., f.a.c.p. Professor of General Pathology 29HKKSHELL C. LENNON, M D. Professor of General Pathology THOMAS M. LOGAN B.A., M I). Professor of Bacteriology .soRAYMOND C. WALTER A.15., D.D.S. Associate Professor of Operative Dentistry LAWRENCE E. HESS, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of ()peratire Den tistry 31LOUIS HERMAN, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Operative Technology and Tooth Morphology Instructor in Ceramics GEORGE S. ESSIG, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry 32B. ELIZABETH BEATTY, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Roentgenology and Pedodonlology WILLIAM MATTHEWS A.B., D.D.S. Supervisor of Clinical Assignments 33INSTKICTORS W. S. B ouvo, I).I).S. S. D. Carmick, D.D.S. Edward J. Doyle, D.D.S. Harold H. Do Bois, D.D.S. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY Harold L. Fagoaht, D.D.S. Ward C. Miller, D.D.S. J. Wallace Forbes, D.D.S. Michael F. Quinn, D.D.S. George T. Mervine, D.D.S. Paul Ulrich, D.D.S. Albert L. Porreca, D,D S. David W. Bell, D.D.S. Leon M. Grisbaum, D.D.S. PROSTHETIC DENTISTRY Carl E. McMcrrav, D.D.S. Dorothy B. Waugh, D.D.S. Michael A. Salerno, D.D.S. A. J. Seelrr, D.D.S, ORTHODONTICS Marie Blum, D.D.S. Edward R. Strayeh, D.D.S. Herman Popkin, D.D.S. Emilio H. Yeluntini, D.D.S. CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK Richard II. Calely, D.D.S. Hunting J. Loro, D.D.S. Joseph Ewing, D.D.S. George II. Sandman, D.D.S. ROENTGENOLOGY AND PEDODONTOLOGY DEPARTMENTS Ernest F. Ritsert, D.D.S. Ralph G. Orner, D.D.S., B.S., M S. George W. Thompson, D.D.S., B.S. William J. Itdecrave, D.D.S. Thomas B. Wade ANATOM Y DEPARTMENT Joseph D. Limquico, A.B., Ph.D., M l). Victor B. Butz, D.D.S. Samuel II. Ronkin, B.S., D.D.S. Albert P. Seltzer, M.D. PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT E. I. St bin, D.D.S. Jacoby Rothner, D.D.S, LECTURERS Roland J. Christy. . Li tiier M. Mikitarian, D.D.S. Dudley Guilford, D.D.S.. Gustave C. Tassman, D.D.S............... Oliver R. Campbell. ................. Samuel Cornfeld....................... Dental Jurisprudence Roentgenology Operative Dentistry . Pedodontology Office Management Dental Therapeutics M. Katherine A. Stanford TECHNICIANS William Sieck Elsie II. Woernek ASSISTANTS Charlotte E. Coffman Susan Gibson ..... Fay Gross............. Ihf.xf. Witkowski, R.H.D. Eva J. Walton . . ..... Norma Wolf. .... Dorothy 0. Benitz ............Librarian ........ . . Infirmary Clerk Supervisor of Sterilization Department of Pedodontology Secretary to the Dean . Clinic Clerk Receptionist Clinic Registrar 34CJQ L.Btrliss ASaifcr JU alfoid T. iRocjan B.Solttsko D. jfUcinman 3. •Singorn 2R. (SalntJt 3.ifFlflriffna 2)icfrnfcrfcr -A, ]Dc 2Ttarco 3. iPcitch A.Bucclo 2R. 3afft IR. J?ranfr JrifxeUer JJ idatua 21 ifpstein ift. Berlin R. cufflash 116is £. ltcchiollt £.?Kc3ntyre itCIauson 2 . tawsorx A. Carpausis 3.3Rc6mniss A.jDiamonfr 3. Miller 3..§atinc A.Colalillo 6.B«nt2el B.Coste ift.?3oran '£.Broiua A.Abrams A.iBaralt 3F.j ahl r A.OUnbtrg 2i.iR.jfkin EBttkcrman J.tcCaOa £.BoigackiV. .Stchltu H,£ci in BLCianeareHi £.Steinberg f . 2itin iffl.Hipjius jft.Brouucke 3.ifflorjan 2P.(Suilicno Ml.Drthtr ta i.« 42 r ?% C. AtJbit A. .Spcctor Cvi frwdoff Officers A.Tiosy £. Hagai Hitting 3 t'WtAt igtr £ukrtrjSJltor ok -Staff- if. Afclmi'D CwJX K tor ifFl.Parties jft. Phillips iCUftirshout IfFl.ifflalmaua 3. .Solot BPapatfis i.PcWanhacis lit. Shapiro ITlCppenheim £. Pressman (5ifRcrm.flstdn R. Ernest tfnrAjnner Gk t% w- V ?. Rlein 2 .2PAUsio A.Porgione A.Rosik ®.Julo C.Iaskaris P. Qpoulb R.Rorml £■ Rcrewidi £.$cr$hkow o a ip '6- ’ i.Rarlsbcrg V. iDamm AGorofotzer A.Rtoore lfl.2ifferblatt J. 5oo6tnan A.Robson C.Crisci C.Smailer S.Pbtfrrscm. B. Cutler P. Criani A.Coren TMlUfUttohi J .HJoob 3-BoUon IP.Alofsin Wt gsagnshi 14l.£ih)er J-Blarvch Skaio (v ■«Mn-«»LiMnALBERT ABRAMS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Treasurer of Freshman Class Chairman of Freshman Class Yearl)ook Staff Junior A. D. A. Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery FRANCIS M. ADELIZZI OVER BROOK, PA. St. Josephs College Member Senior Cbiss Day Committee Honorary Societies President, Newman Club, Junior Year Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League UFRED ROBERT ALOFSIN NEWPORT, R. I. Rhode Island State College SEA Class President, Junior Year All Denial Dance Committee Senior ( Mass Day Committee President of Sigma Epsilon Delta Intramu ral Basketbal 1 Humor Editor of Yearl ook IIonorarxj Socielies Vice-President, Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology FREDERICK WARREN HAULER UPPER DARBY, PA. Temple University Independent Basketball Team Dental Review Stall Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society o( Clinical Pathology Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society ISRAYMOND BARALT, JR. PHILADELPHIA, PA. St. Joseph’s College Honorary Societies Newman ('lul» Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery FRED R EC KERMAN PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University SEA Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 44GEORGE W. T. BENTZEL YORK, PA. Franklin and Marshall College S 'L I Recording Secretary, Freshman Year Corresponding Secretary, Sophomore Year Vice-President, Junior Year onora ry Societ ies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League V HARRY BERLIN. B.S. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Pennsylvania State College Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society President, John A. Kolmcr Honorary Medical Society, Senior Year 45LEONARD H. BERLISS NEWARK, N. J. TEMPLE 1 NIVERSITY 2 E A Outer Guardian, Sigma Epsilon Delta Vice-President, Sophomore Class Business Staff of Yearbook Honorary Societies Anatomical League Ryan Chemical Society John A. Koliner Honorary Medical Society Treasurer, Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society HERBERT MAI RICE BERNSTEIN SEW YORK CITY, N. V. University of Miami SEA Inner Guardian of Sigma Epsilon Delta Fraternity Honorary Societies Rvan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League Alfred Af. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 40CHARLES BERNSTEIN, B.S. PROVIDENCE, R. I. Providence College Honorary Societies John A. Koliner Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Anatomical League HAROLD BERSON SHENANDOAH, PA. Bucknell Vniyeksity A ft Chancellor, Alpha Omega Sports Editor, Temple Dental Review Member, Dental Log Yearbook Staff Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society MHENRY GEORGE BILLE, B.S. PHILADELPHIA, PA. M I'll LKNHEPG (’OLLEGK il Editor of Photography of the Dental Log Honorary Societies President, F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical League Xorman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Vice-President of Blue Key Honorary Society JOHN BLANCH PHILADELPHIA, PA. St. Joseph’s College Honorary Societies Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Newman Club Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league 48STANLEY FRANK BOGACKI STAMFORD, CONN. Kentucky Wesleyan College Honorary Societies James It. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine F. St. Elmo llusca Honorary Society JAMES Vi. BOLTON E. NORTH FIELD, MASS. Massachusetts State College E ¥ ♦ Honorary Societies James R. Cameron Society ol Oral Medicine John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society 49ROBERT P. BORAN MINERSV1LLE, PA. Lebanon Valley College Honorary Societies The P'redcric James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology P. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society John A. Kolmcr Honorary Medical Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine HARRY BRENNECKE PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Honorary Societies Anatomical League John A. Kolmcr Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society 50LEONARD BROWN PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple Iniversity 11 onorary Societ ies Anatomical League Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery ANTHONY J. BUCALO BROOKLYN, N. Y. Brooklyn College Cadaver Committee Independent Basketball Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Ryan Chemical Society 51AIMS A. CAR 1 01'SIS READING, PA. Albright College Temple University Band Independent Basketball Team Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League NICHOLAS JAMICS CHANTILES YORK, PA. I'hasklis asp Marshall College Honorary Societies Jnines Ii. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Anatomical League 5iKTTORE CIANCAUELU PHILADELPHIA, PA. St. Joseph’s College Norman S. Society Anatomical league Newman C'lul) EssiS Honorary Prosthetic PETER C1CH0N CLIFTON, N. 3. Temple University Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league 53 VICTOR CLAUSON PHILADELPHIA, PA. University of Pennsylvania SEA Honorary Societies Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society ALEXANDER A. C0JAL1LL0 CAMDEN, N. J. Temple University Honorary Societies 'The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society 5 EARL C. COSTA PHILADELPHIA, PA. La Salle College Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League Ryan Chemical Society CUSTODE A. ('RISCI PHILADELPHIA, PA. Notrf. Dame University Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Vrosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Y)enta Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Newman Cluh 55DANIEL J. D ALESIO UPPER DARBY, PA. IM-A NOVA COLLEG E Cadaver Committee Yearbook Staff Independent Basketball Team Honorary Societies Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society John A. k'olmer Honorary Medical Society Vice-President, Newman Club VISCENT VV. DA MM WOODHAVEN, LONG ISLAND University or Alabama Q Cadaver Committee ('irculation Manager, Temple Dental Review Secretary, Psi Omega Honorary Societies Anatomical League F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine JACOB DE1TCII, B.A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University A Honorary Societies I‘ St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Assistant in Ceramics ARTHUR DE MARCO PHILADELPHIA, PA. Villanova College Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society of ('Finical Pathology John A. Kolnier Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of V)enta Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 57SER AFINO DEM ATI IAEIS WILDWOOD, N . J. Villanova College Honorary Societies James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine F. St. Elmo Itusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club AARON DIAMOND PHILADELPHIA, PA. Sr. Joseph's College S E A Honorary Societies John A. Kolmcr Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society 5SFRANK C. IMEFEXDERFER. JR. ALLENTOWN, I A. MI'HLKNBEKG COLLEGE Blue Key National Honorary Fraternity IIonoTQ ry Socict ies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League MAH LON WILBER DREHER, JR. TOBY HANNA, PA. Susquehanna Vniversity Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Anatomical League 59JOSEPH POTTS ECHTERNACH, III PENFIELD, PA. (i ETTV8BURG COLLEGE E 4 Treasurer, Sophomore Year President, Senior Year Honorary Societies James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League JULIUS EINGORN PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League 60 4LEWIS EI STEI N PHILADELPHIA, I A. TKMPLL I NIVERSITY Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Society Anatomical League I»rostl»t lic HERBERT M. ERNEST PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple Vnivkrsity E A Treasurer of Senior Class Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society John Kolracr Honorary Medical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of DentaV Anesthesia and Minor Ora Surgery Ryan Chemical Society 01 JOSEPH E. FIDANZA BEVERLY, N. J. Tem ple University Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society ARMOND FORGIONE SOUTHINGTON, CONN. Tem ple Uni versity Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League Newman Club 62ROY L. GELXETT M1LLKRSTOWX, 1»A. SUSQUEH ANNA UNIVERSITY President of Sophomore Class IIonorary Socicties James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery EDWARD GERSHKOW PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University A ii Intramural Basketball Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league 63PAUL A. GIULIANO WESTERLY, R. I. Rhode Island State College Chairman, Essig Banquet Committee Chairman. Newman Club Banquet Com mittee Honorary Societies F. St. Elino Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club JOSEPH GOODMAN PHILADELPHIA, PA. TKMPLE I NIVERSITY Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical League 64JOSEPH (iORODETZKR MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Temple University Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society PHILIP H. GOULD BUCKS PORT, ME. University of Maine (’adaver Committee Independent Basketball Assistant Literary Editor, Dental Log Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society F. St. Elmo Itusca Honorary Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Anatomical League G5HERBERT A. GRANT TEANECK, N. J. Rutgers University Cadaver Committee Honorary Societies Anatomical League Ryan Chemical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society BENJAMIN GROSSMAN PHILADELPHIA, PA. La Salle College Secretary of Class, Junior Year Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society «oHAROLD HANZEL PROVIDENCE R. I. Providence College Honorary Societies Anatomical League Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Treasurer, John A. Kolnier Honorary Medical Society, Senior Year ALBERT P. HASS YORK, PA. Casts us College E t Secretary, Senior ( lass ( lass Day Committee Chairman of Ring Committee All Dental Dance Committee Secretary of Xi Psi Phi Fraternity I ndergraduate Alumni Secretary Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League (17NORMAN HELLER PHILADELPHIA, PA. TkMI'LE t '.VIVERSITY on ora rtf Sfxrict ies Norman S. Gssig Honorary Prosthetic Society Rvan Chemical Society DAVID HIRSHOIT WILMINGTON, DELA WARE Del. a va re Uni vkrsitv 2 E A Treasurer Sigma Epsilon Delta Cadaver Committee Honorary Societies President, Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia ami Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Fssig Honorary Prosthetic Society John A. Kohner Honorary Aledical Society F. St. Elmo Husca Honorary Societyw 68ABRAHAM A. HOBSON WAYNE, PA. Yi llanova College Independent Basketball Team Yearbook Stall Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club Anatomical league THOMAS A. HOGAN TRENTON, N. J. Temple University Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society ot Clinical Pathology Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Huh 00GEORGE JULO COALDALE, PA. Mijhlenburg College Independent Basketball IIonorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club MURRAY I). JAFFE NORTH PLAINFIELD, N. J. Lafayette College SEA All Dental Dance Committee, Sophomore Year Intramural Basketball Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Anatomical League 70HERBERT ROBERT KARLS BERG JERSEY CITY, X. J. TKM PLE UXIVKHSITY Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Alfred M. llaa.s Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Ryan Chemical Society The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology Anatomical 1 Cague LOUIS KENEFSKY PHILADELPHIA, PA. La Salle College Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society 71IRVING KLEIN. B.S. CARTERET, N. J. University of Virginia New York University Columbia University A n Editor-in-chicf, Temple Denial Review Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Henry Isaiah Dorr Research Society F. St. Elmo Rusea Honorary Society of Operative Dentistry Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society President, Ryan Chemical Society Norman Broomell Testimonial Committee Class and Society Editor, Dental Log American Association of Dental Editors EUGENE KEREWICH SHENANDOAH, PA. Tkm ple University Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Rusea Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club Uvan Chemical Society Anatomical League 7 iDANIEL KLEIN MAN ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Rutgers University A il Scribe of Alpha Omega Quaestor of Alpha Omega Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology F. St. Elino Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society EDWARD J. K0ET1SK0 LANSFOKD, PA. Temple University Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical league V. St. Elmo Uusca Honorary Society 1$ABRAHAM KOSIK PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Honorary Societies Anatomical League Norman S. Flssig Honorary Prosthetic Society MURRAY KRAUTHEIMER NEW YORK, N. Y. New York University Honorary Societies Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League John A. Kolrner Honorary Medical Society 74WALTER WILLIAM Kl ZIEMSKI PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple I niversity Independent Basketball Team Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology Newman Club CHARLES F. LENGLER SCRANTON, PA. Susquehanna University Member University Band Member University Track Team Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society 75DANIEL I). LEVINE UNION CITY, N. J. University of Alabama SEA Literary Editor of Yearbook Honorary Societies Anatomical League The Frederic Janies Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society ROBERT SEYMOUR LEVIN MIAMI, FLA. Miami University 1' E A Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society 76MARTIN LIPSIUS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Pennsylvania State College SEA Honorary Societies Anatomical league Xorman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society JOSEPH J. LAC AY A. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Independent Basketball Team Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Cluli Anatomical lx-ague Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 77GEORGE LASKARIS WILMINGTON, DEL. Temple I niversity Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Es.sig Honorary Prosthetic Society DAVID JAMES LAWSON, JR. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Honorary Societies James I{. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society V. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Frosthetie Society 78JOHN MARIANO. B.A. NAUGATUCK, CONN. Columbia University IIonora ry Societ ics John A. Kolnier Honorary Medical Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine F. St. HI mo Rusca Honorary Society The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society Newman Club NATHAN MASSOFP, B.S. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Nkav York I niykhsuy SEA Honorary Societies John A. Kolrner Honorary Medical Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Newman Hub 79MORRIS MALM A IT) PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple I niveesitv Ring Committee Honorary Societies Anatomical League Norman S. Kssig Honorary Prosthetic Society JAMES F. X. McGJSXISS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Sr. Joseph’s College Associate Literary Editor of Yearbook ( a da ver (Commit tee HODOSS EL M. Mc-HENRV sagamorf, pa. (»’KTTVSBl IK ( 'OLLKGE President of Freshman ( hiss All Dental Dance Committee Treasurer of Xi Psi Phi Fraternity Hon or art Societies Anatomical League Xorman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Allred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Ryan Chemical Society leon a. McIntyre SIX MILE RUN, PA. Franklin and Marshall College a Cadaver Committee Junior Master Psi Omega, Junior Year Grand Master Psi Omega, Senior Year Honorary Societies Anatomical League Vice-President, Ryan Chemical Society F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Ivssig Honorary Prosthetic Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine 81PHILIP MELTZER TRENTON, N. J. Temple University Honorary Societies John A. Kolmcr Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery EDWARD I. MERMELSTEIN SEW YORK, S. V. New York University Honorary Societies Ryan ('hemic l Society Alfred M. Unas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery John A. Kolmcr Honorary Medical Society The Frederic Janies Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology 82JAMES S. MILLER CENTRALIA, PA. Maryville College Temple University Cadaver Committee Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Anatomical League ALLEN H. MOORE, A.R. BETHEL, CONK. Illinois College E Af Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman . Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League 33ALBERT SEYMOUR OLENBERG PHILADELPHIA, PA. La Salle College Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical League Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society GEORGE JAMES MORGAN NANTICOKE, PA. S wanton University S ♦ $ Honorary Societies James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Treasurer, F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Vice-President, Xi Psi Phi H4 MATTHEW OPPENHEIM lMlIl.ADKLI'HIA, I»A. Tkmflk University SEA Chaplain, Sigma Epsilon Delta Member of Yoarl ook Staff Intra-Fraternity Basketball Team Honorary Societies John A. Koimer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society MATHEW PAttEEES, tt.A. BKUXiKI’OKT, CONN. Temple University ( lass Photographer Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oval Surgery 85SAMUEL PATTERSON SW'EDKSBORO, N. J. Franklin and Marshall College SF ft Honorary Societies James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine F. St. Elmo Rnsca Honorary Society Anatomical League Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society LEO PAYAVIS EDWARD8VJLLE, PA. Temple University Honorary Societies Anatomical League Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Newman Club SOHERBERT L. PHILLIPS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Columbia Uni vehsity A P. LESLIE POLGAR BETHLEHEM, PA. Lehigh University Denial Review Honorary Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 87HERMAN RIFKIN SHAMOKIX, FA. Temple ( University Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society John A. Koimer Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society BERN Mil) HISS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Templh I niyf.psity SEA Honorary Societies Sorman S. Essig Honorary I rosllietic Society John A. Kolmcr Honorary Aledical Society Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical League 88VINCENT RIZZITI, B.S. ASTORIA, L. I., N. Y. University of Scranton E ¥ lion ora ry Soc id ies James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society DAVID ROGAL ATLANTIC, N. J. Bccknell University A 2 Business Manager, Temple Denial Renew Business Manager, Dental Lot, Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society 8!)STANLEY J. ROOK LIN PHILADELPHIA. PA. Temple University 2 E A Member All Dental Dance Committee, Junior Year Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology IRA F. ROSS OR A NOE, N. J. l: psa la College Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Ryan Chemical Society 90ALEJANDRO ROURA, JR. YAUCO, PUERTO RICO Scranton University St. Louis University Honorary Societies Treasurer, The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society SAMVEL U013SLIN providence, u. 1. Rhode Island University Honorary Societies Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental V V Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society 01SIDNEY SARIBIX PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University SEA AJJ Dental Dance Committee Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical League Norm an S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Sigma Epsilon Delta Fraternity Outer Guardian BERNARD A. SATISE SEW YORK, N. Y. Sew York I'xiversity I E A F. St. Elmo Ruses, Honorary Society Anatomical Ixt gue Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society MMORTON SCIIAPIRO JERSEY CITY, N. J. St. Peter's College A 12 Editor in Chief of Dental Log Class and Society Editor of Dental Revie u Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Ruse a Honorary Society John A. Kohner Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Hans Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Ryan Chemical Society GEORGE SCHOEN, JR. DANBURY, CONN. University of Pennsylvania Student Council, Junior and Senior Years Independents Basketball Team Honorary Societies John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society F. St. Elmo Kusca Honorary Society President, Senior Year, James R. Cameron Society of Oral MedicineJ. RICHARD SELLERS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Franklin and Marshall College R ('lass Secretary, Senior Year Honorary Societies Anatomical League Ryan Chemical Society F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine MILTON RICHARD SHAPIRO PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University Honorary Societies John A. Kolnwr Honorary Medical Society V v The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 94ARNOLD L. SHERMAN PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple University A ft Vice Chancellor, Alpha Omega Inter-Fraternity Basketball Advertising Manager, 11)4-2 Dental Loo Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Ruse a Honorary Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society MALCOLM SILVER CLIFTON, N. J. Vpsal.x College A Yearbook Staff Junior Dance Committee Honorary Societies Anatomical League F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society 95CHARLES SMAILER PHILADELPHIA, PA. TKMPLE I NIVEE3ITY Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical I cague J. ELMER SMITH. JR. IIAD I) OX FIELD, X. J. (iETTY9MURG COLLEGE Vice-President, Freshman Class Ring (onimittce, Junior (lass Class Pay ( onimittce, Senior Year Managing Editor, I)kxt.al Log Honor a rtf Societies Xortnnn S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league 90jack soixrr PHILADELPHIA, PA. TEMPLE t’xiVKHSITV SEA Chaplain, Sigma Epsilon Delta MciiiIrt, Ring Committee MeinlnT. Class Day Coinmittee Humor Editor. Dental Rerietr Honorary Societies F St. Elmo Rtisca Honorary Society The Erederie James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology Xorman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League AARON SPE(TOR PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple I’nivehsitv SEA Vice-President, Senior Class Honorary Societies John A. Ko!mcr Honorary Medical Society Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 1 7VIRGINIA STEM LEY PHILADELPHIA, PA. I’nivkhsitv of Pennsylvania Thai plk IIniversity Corresjxmding Secretary, Freshman, Sophomore and Junior Years I1 on ora ry Sociel ies F St. Elmo Rnsca Honorary Society Anatomical League Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society EDWARD STEINBERG PHILADELPHIA, PA. TkMPLE I 'si VER8IT V Junior Class Treasurer IIon nr(i ry Societies F St. Elmo Itusca Honorary Society John A. Kitimer Honorary Medical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical League 9HIRVIN TORENG PHILADELPHIA, PA. Uhsinus College Chairman, All Dental Dance Committee Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Anatomical League ALBERT SOIFER CHESTER, PA. Muhlenberg College A a Honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society llyan Chemical Society 99 library x Temple Unwerslt Wladelnlila Denial ColVEGIDIO F. TORRETI PHILADBLPHIA, PA. St. Joseph's College PENNSYLVANIA STATK COLLEGE Honorary Societies Newman Club Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league PETER ANTHONY TRIAS I BEK WICK, PA. (fETTYSBUKG COLLEGE Freshman I)a tee ('onunif tee onorttn Societies Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery Anatomical League Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club 100PALPI I rVFFlASII SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. Alabama University Cadaver ('ommittee honorary Societies Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery EDWARD L. VDIS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple Universitt Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Ho Society Ryan Chemical Society norary I’rcsthetv lotHAROLI) UNGER BRIDGEPORT, CONN. New- York University A R Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical League LEO R. VECCHIOLLA BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Junior Coia.egf. of Connecticut Honorary Societies E. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society-Ryan ("hemical Society John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club 102ALBERT HENRY VERMILLION SUMMIT HILL, PA. Templk University New York University II on or a ry Societ ies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society GEORGE LOUIS WALIACH Highest Scholastic Average for three Consecutive Years Honorary Societies John A. Kolmcr Honorary Medical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Ryan Chemical Society The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology mSTANLEY WASKO PHILADELPHIA, PA. La Salle College St. Joseph’s College Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery HAROLD WEISS PHILADELPHIA, PA. Temple Univkksity 2 E A Honorary Societies Anatomical League Norn mu S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery 104LAWRENCE JOSEPH WKSNER. B.S. JOHNSTOWN, PA. St. Vincent College Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Me licine John A. Kolmer Honorary Medical Society Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league DONALD R. WOLFORD JOHNSTOWN, PA. University of Fittsbuhgh E 'V $ President, Xi Psi Phi Scientific Editor, Temple Dental Review Member, Ail Dental Dance Committee 938 Honorary Societies Alfred M. llaas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Isiak Dorr Research Society 105JOHN H. WOOD. A H. LANCASTER, PA. Mt. St. Mary’s College n Recording Secretary, Class of ’39 and ’40 Honorary Societies F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine Norman S. Essig Honorary Prosthetic Society Anatomical league RAYMOXD HARRY WOODS COLLINCS WOOD, X. J. Temple University Honor art Societies The Frederic James Honorary Society of ('linical Pathology John A. Kohner Honorary Medical Society James R. Cameron Society of Oral Medicine F. St. Elmo Rusca Honorary Society Ryan ( hemical Society 106WALTER WYSZYXSKI PHILADELPHIA, PA. St Joseph's College Cadaver Committee Honorary Societies F St. Elmo Ru-sca Honorary Society Norman S. K.vsig Honorary Prosthetic Society Newman Club MILTON I) ZIFFERBLATT PHILADELPHIA, PA. St Joseph's College SEA Yearl ook Staff Honorary Societies Ryan Chemical Society Alfred M. Haas Honorary Society of Dental Anesthesia and Minor Oral Surgery John A. Koliner Honorary Medical Society The Frederic James Honorary Society of Clinical Pathology 107SAMI EL L. ZITIN PHILADKI.PIII A, PA. Franklin and Marshall Collkge iosSENIOR CLASS HISTORY Reminiscing (X N you still remember the time when life was a rosy proposition and you enjoyed the not so proverbial wine, women, and song? Ah, yes, it was many years ago, and then came that fateful day when an idea invaded the sanctity of your cranium and yo.i decided to become a dentist. So you naturally sent in your application to the best dental school in the country (sure, I mean Temple) and back came a note—come for an interview! So with your best suit, a clean shirt, and a haircut you advanced with faltering step to that little office on Spring Garden Street and soon you were in the presence of a very austere gentleman. I can still remember the interview—Interviewer: “H’m, your marks aren’t too good—how much money do you have?" And you replied with your tongue in your cheek, "Oh, I have sufficient money for a dental education!" You didn’t realize how big a lie you were telling. The interviewer looked you up and down, “Enough money accepted!" And thus you were launched on your dental career. September 25. 1938, finally arrived and with a happy heart and a well filled pocketbook (at least you thought so) you set out for a building between 18th and 19th on Buttonwood Street. Your first attempt wasn’t a success—a very nice office girl told you that the Dental School was next door—that this was the I. T. E. Company. So you left that factory and went next door to another. The dissection lab was our first curiosity. Where do they get these people? What did this one die from? Can we catch any disease from them? Don’t they smell awful! These and a hundred other thoughts passed through our minds, but soon the lab became only another room where time had to be put in. It was there that irginia Stehley learned the facts of life and Lipsius learned the truth about Chinese women. We certainly had a lot of fun in that lab even though we didn’t learn too much anatomy. Fred Balder certainly could tell jokes- Beckerman wasn't so bad either. I can still remember the time Freddy Alofsin crawled under a table and gave Dr. Konkin a hot foot—he thought it was Berliss—Freddy realized his mistake when he noticed that his victim had socks on. I guess all of us can recall some of our Freshman lectures. Remember Dr. Scott saying, “Dr. Ott always taught me to take lecture notes. Any student found using bought notes will be severely punished." And Wallach. Karlsberg, and Zifferblatt of Crime, Inc. looked at each other and laughed. I guess they could afford to laugh—look how much they soaked US for the notes. Bui the year passed rapidly and we managed to hand in all our technique work even though it was never on time. Finals came along and we worried ourselves sick abo.it all the courses except the one that the little birdie gave us advance in- 109formation about. And then the Freshman year was over, and we went home and waited for our marks with bated breath. But the fates and Dr. Scott were kind to us, and we were Sophomores. Yes, sir. we were Sophomores, and we certainly Were willing to hand out advice to the poor Freshmen. The Wallach. Karlsberg, Ziffcrblatt note-selling agency hit a new high with Berliss as the chief salesman. It was even rumored that Dr. Scott bought a copy just to check and make sure his own notes were right. Dr. Schacterle set us right, and in a short two-hour lecture explained to us the meaning of the word Sophomore. He said it came from the Ancient Creek language and meant “Wise Fool.” Well, maybe we were wise fools, but then again we didn't do too badly. We managed to trace our anatomy drawings, and I often wonder just how many of us really did our own prosthetics. By the middle of the Sophomore year Steinberg already had six operative patients lined up and was looking around for a Class II. Half the class bought “Laminateds” so they'd be sure to have them for the Junior Year. All of us got stuck ten bucks for those typodont holders a lot of money for a hunk of iron. But the typodont holders really proved to be of value. One of the boys really plugged his M. I. on the typodont h la Herman and damn near flunked the course—the rest of us just plugged until the foil fell out, and then we used Duco Cement. Along came final noexams again and all of us did our best with or without the aid of cribs, and again the fates smiled, and we were Juniors. At last we were beginning to Ik dentists. How proud we were in our nice white gowns and how frightened we were the first few weeks on the clinic floor. We did our best to keep our brackets clean, but that darn chip blower was always getting out of line. Boners galore were the order of the day—remember the time Laskaris put on a rubber dam to give a prophy, and who was the Junior that cemented in an amalgam—and I guess more than one of us forgot to turn on the X-Ray machine while taking X-Rays. We were introduced to the Diagnostic Room and the quaint methods practised there in giving out patients. Most of us spent the first two months down in that little room trying to figure out if and when our registration number would be called. And when our number was finally called, why the heck did it always have to Ik a Pathology or Prosthetic case- whatever happened to all those good operative patients? And then came the waiting list! Who can ever forget the countless mornings when we dragged our aching bones to school around 4 o’clock in the morning only to find out we were number 30 on the list. No sleep, no chairs, no patients, no points, no nothing—only troubles. The moon seemed nearer than our 300 points, but at the last minute when almost everything looked hopeless we managed to barely 111eke out our three hundred points. Again t he report cards came home, again wc held our breath, offered up a prayer to our respective religion administrators, and with trembling fingers we opened up the envelopes. A moment of breathlessness and it finally dawned upon us that we were Seniors. Again we returned to school, but this time as the high and mighty Senior, and this time we found something new waiting for us—The Interdepartmental Communications Bureau, with its charts to be filled in with nice crayon colors and all those questions to be asked of the poor unsuspecting patient who only wanted to have a tooth fixed. Some of the questions even puzzled us. Malmaud thought micturate meant something like triturate and McGinniss thought a “pain in a joint” was something acquired in Jennie’s Cafe. Rememl cr the time Jackie Solot, without thinking (as usual), asked a seven-months’ pregnant woman if she had a sense of fullness in the stomach.” I won’t repeat the answer she gave! But as Dr. Salerno would say—“We poiservered”—and we filled out our charts in pretty colors and answered the questions and then we went down to “The Bottleneck” (sometimes called the Diagnostic Room) when the patient failed to show up. By this time it was already Christmas vacation, but we weren’t worried about our points—most of us didn’t have any points to worry about. And then to add to our troubles along came the Gold Foil Examinations and “Bueky” Walters seemed to lose command of his vocabulary. All he could say was “Do over,” “Exposure.” ll “Excess.” And of course we tried to master the Swenson technique in which (according to “Trigger Mike”) the “mode of insertion was always the same—upwards, backwards, and inwards.” Yet in spite of all our scholastic difficulties, many of us found time for a little romance. In fact, some of the boys committed the error of over-indulgence and about half the class got married and five more almost had to. The Navy came along and made some very attractive offers, but after examining us they found out that most of us were pretty poor physical specimens—or at least so they said. Wallach was refused because he had a half millimeter recession of his lower lateral 1 guess the Navy figured we should also be able to masticate the Japs. A few of us were rejected because of flat feet—but sometimes I wonder how we could walk on them if they weren’t flat. But we were philosophical about the Navy most of us preferred the Army anyway—at least we figured that we could run faster than we could swim. The year drew to a rapid close and before we knew it exams were over and it was Graduation Day. And as we sat in our Cap and Gown some of us could feel a little lump in our throats. We’d come a long way together and now our ways must part perhaps this was the last time we'd see each other for many years. And as the exercises ended and we bid each other fond farewells, we realize that after all school wasn’t so bad. We did have our fun, and it was certainly worth all our efforts to attain that coveted degree. Yes, Temple was a pretty good school after all—maybe in another twenty-five years I'll send my son there, too. Do you think Mary will still be around? ItsJUNIOR CLASS President....................... Vice-President. . T reasurer...................... Recording Secretary............. Student Council Representative. . Corresponding Secretary......... ....Louis I . Manger . . . .Joseph Johnson Vernon L. Rosenberg ....Irving Kraut . .. Philip Marchese .......Evelyn Volpe Album, Manuel M. Azoff, Samuel Bill, Charles A. Blaker, Leon H. Braverman, Leon Buono, Vincent J. Cabrera, Fernando Carson, Israel Cheiea, Michael S. Cohen, Samuel Colli to, Michael David, Theodore A. Dimon, Edward Drumheller, H. John Dumanski, John Entine, Bernard Fishman, Eileen Fox, Joseph Fritz, Chester Geiger, David I . Gershenson, Morris Gimhel, Adolph Giordano, John J. Gladniek, Norbert Click, Daniel Godick, Joseph Goldman, Seymour Graham, James Green, Philip Guella, Blaise Haber, David Hallman, Eleanor Isaacson, Daniel Jaker. Frederick Johnson, Joseph Kaczmar. Theodore Kantor, Harry Kraut, Irving Krepps, Gerald LaRocca, Rocco L. Lee, P. Saul I evcnson, Harold Levin, Harry Levy, Morton Lipman, Everett Long, Robert K. McAllister, Henry Make, Sydney Manger, Louis Marchese, Philip Marias, William Markley. Morris D. Mechanic, Mayer Meshnik, Bernard H. Messina, Samuel Modlin, Sol Moore, Lawrence Olszewski, Edward Owens, Roger Paul, Morris Pearl mutter, Paul Pupshock, George Reidel, Orvin Robins, Selma Rosenberg, Vernon Rowen. Robert Ruder. Robert Russock, Sidney Sack, Kenneth Saladow, Edward Shapiro, William B. Shoenthal, Robert Siciliano, Gene Sillies, Jeremiah Silverman, Sidney Silverman, William Snyder, Joseph M. Snyder, Morris Spangler, Robert Strauss, Saul Strauss, Seymour Sussman, Alfred Swain, Reese Teitelbaum, Maurice Teperson, Sidney Thomas, James Timins, Maurice Victor, Julius Volpe, Evelyn G. Weinstock, Leonard Whitmoyer, Jerome Zackon, Paul 117SOPHOMORE CLASS President......................... . .. Linden H. White Vice-President............................... Ralph Galdikri Treasurer........................... Wallace B. IIihschbkrg Secretary....................................John I. Vivaqua Recording Secretary Philip Richman Student Council. . . Matthew S. Dunlevy Aissis, Thomas M. Hahn, Samuel Minkin, Oscar Allen. Denwyn Harmelin, William Mintz, Milton Baer, Alexander Harrington, Robert Mishkin, Jack Berlin, Harold Haskewitz, Samuel Mortimer, George Bieler, Warren Hedges, Robert Nathanson, Emanuel Blaney, Robert H el icher, Bernard O’Brien, Carroll Blank. I onard Herzog, John Oltman, Xavier Jerome Blefko, John W. Hirschlierg, Wallace Orfe, James Brewer, George B. Hirschhorn, Julius Parrett, J. Ralph Cacchio, Pasquale lannacone, Anthony Pomcrantz, Jack Christou, Christo Imholz, Berchman Quinn, John Cooper, Isadore Irwin, Roliert Rabin. Harold J. Crandall, Robert Jackson, Paul L. Richman, Philip D'Ambrosio, Michael Jenoff, Herbert Rose, Sydney Dietrich, Siegfried Johnson, Elwood Russ, Carl Di Iorio, Amerigo Kauffman, Arnold Safro, Abraham Dreyfuss, Jack Keil, David Saull, Sidney Dubin. Isadore Kelmans, Milton Saylor, William Dunlevy, Matthew Koehler, Robert Seader, Robert Epstein, Nathan Kotanchik, Metro Scider, Emanuel Evans, Bernard Kozlowski, Joseph Scniuk. Michael Ferris, Basil M. Kudish, Joseph Smith, Abraham Finkelstein, Jacob Lampert, Abe Spector, Irving Finley, James La Rocca, Thomas Spiro, Stanley Fischer, Joseph Lehman, Morton Stover, Earl Fleisher, Daniel Leone, Dominic Tasens, Murray Galdieri, Ralph Lescoe, Edmund Thomas, William Gerstenhaber, Sidney Levin, Philip Tomases, Ralph Goldl erg, Norman Lifshin, Aaron Tuffiash, Joseph Goldschmidt, Joseph Linalierry, William Vivacqua, John Goldstein, Harry McAfee, Chester Walker, William L. Goldstein. Ralph Mariano, Philip Weiss, Joseph Gordon, Charles Marota, Salvatore Weissman, Robert Gravitz, Sidney Mast, Richard White, Linden H. Greenberg, Bernard Membrino, Ralph Wolpcrt, Isadore Gross, Bernard Messer, Isidore Zollcr, Arthur Guentter, Robert Meyer. Robert Zwick, William W. 119FRESHMAN CLASS President.... . . . I'ice-President........ Treasurer.......... Recording Secretary. (Corresponding Secretary Student Council........ Paul G. Hartman, Jr. .......Herman Corn ..........Gil Gold ........Ralph Nigro .......Judith Radom .Joseph McTamxey Alexander, Willis Baton, Joseph Berkowitz, Sydney Bernacki, Jennie Bershtein, David Brader, Allen C. Butchko, Anthony Cahan, Jules L. Calomeni, Alexander J. Castner, David V. Cohen, Herbert Coper, Millard Corn, Herman Crossmire, George B. Cum male, Joseph Dalton. John J. Da veil, Albert J. Davison, William F., Jr. D’Santo, Sante A. Dombrowski, John (’. Dombroski, Stanley Dworkin, Barry Easton, Robert Engel. Jerome Fexa, Robert J. Ficca, James Filberbauni, Jesse Flad, Daniel L. Fowler, Frank C. Fox, Clarence T. Freedman, Herbert Frost, Manuel Classman, George I). Gold, Gilbert Goldenberg, Stanley Goldstone, Joseph Greenberg, Bernard Greenberg, David J. Gregory, Zeno J. Gross, Edward St. Harris, Arthur B. Hartman, Paul G. Healy, Joseph B. Heisey, Kenneth 11. Ilickland, Arthur I lively, James R. Josephson, Elliot II. Katz, Harold H. Kennedy, Richard Kenny, Robert G. Kiinsey, Henry P. Kiwatisky, Steve F. Klein, Mortimer G. Koeppel, Edward G. Kotin, Leonard Kraus, Jack Kravitz, Martin N. K ruszewski, Edward Kabacki, Edward J. Leliow, Myer Ledwitz, Leonard R. Levin, Herbert S. Levin, Irvin B. Levy. Seymour Lieberman. Samuel Lustig, Clifford Lutzer, Martin MeTamney, Joseph Maser, Marvin Meadow, Arthur Miller, Arnold K. Miller, Seymour Moffett, Coleman J. Moore, Leonard R. Moses. Tibor Munera, Antonio V. Newman, Lester Nigro, Ralph E. Opack, Leonard )rsher, Eugena 141 Petrella, Arthur J. Pfeil, Daniel E. Piccolella, Domenic J. Pincus, Seymour Plotnik, Samuel M. Pluto, Walter E. Polay, Charles T. Pollack, Joseph Preminger, Joseph M. Price, Irving Quaranta, Frank Radom. Judith G. Ragni, Nicholas J. Schlam, Walter Z. Seldom, Milton A. Schneider, Martin V. Shnmckler, Isadore Shomer, Irving Shuman, Bernard J. Siegel, Theodore Skala, Raymond J. Slotoroff, Jack Staub, Bernard Steier, Frederick Suisman, Irvin Suter, Robert L. Szerlip, Leonard Taub, Florence Taylor, Louis L. Throne, Lawrence Fnger, Bernard S. Valentine, Francis J. Wagner, Frederick Waltcrman, Stanley D. Weishoff. Frederick B. Williams, John E. Williams, Robert L. Wintersteen, LcRoy Zultowski, Henry J.JOHN A. KOLMER HONORARY MEDICAL SOCIETY President Harry Berlin Vice-President .Vincent J. Buono Treasurer .Harol d IIanzkl Secretary . .John J. Mariano SENIORS Albert J. Gorodetzer Ira F. Ross Samuel Cohen Philip H. Gould Samuel Rousliu Saul P. Lee Frederick V. Haider Herbert A. Grant Sidney Sarubin Harold I.cvenson Harry Berlin Benjamin Grossman Morton Sehapiro Morton J. Levy Leonard H. Berliss Harold Hnnzcl George Schoen Guerett Lipmau Charles Bernstein Albert P. Hass Milton R. Shapiro Henry H. McAllister Harold Herson David ilirshoul Aaron Spector Philip C. Marchese Henry G. Bill Abraham A. Hobson Edward Steinberg Morris I). Marklev James II. Bolton Murray I). Jnffc George L. Wallach Mayer Mechanic Robert H. Boran Herbert R. Karlsbcrg Lawrence Wcsner Bernard H. Meshnik Aris A. Carpousis Irving Klein Raymond 11. Woods Sol Modliu Victor E. Clauson Murray Krautheimer Milton I). Zifferblatt Edward P. Olszewski Alexander A. Colalillo Walter W. Knziemski Paul Pearlmutter Earl C. Costa David J. Lawson Orvin R. Reidel (‘uslode A. Crisci Charles F. Lcngler Jl‘MORS Selma Robins Daniel J. IVAIesio John J. Mariano Robert Ruder Arthur J. l)c Marco Nathan MassofT Samuel Azof! Gene Sieiliano Aaron Diamond Philip Meltzer Charles A. Bill Jeremiah H. Sillies, Jr. Julius Kingorn Edward I. Mermclstein Vincent J. Huono Sidney Silverman Herbert M. Ernest Mien H. Moore Eileen Fishman Morris Snyder Joseph E. Fidanza Matthew ()p| enhcim Joseph Fox Sidney Teperson Arinand I’. Forgione Leslie Polgar Eleanor M. Hallman Evelyn G. Volpe Roy L. Gelnett Herman Rifkin Daniel Isaacson Leonard G. Weinstock Joseph Goodman Bernard Riss Irving Kraut Paul G. Zackon 124JAMES R. CAMERON SOCIETY OF ORAL SURGERY Honorary President. . . President.............. Vice-President....... Secretary.............. Treasurer.............. James R. Cameron Geop.oe J. Schoen J. Richard Sellers ...John Mariano .Donald Wolford MEMBERS Charles Bill Henry Biile Stanley Bogacki James Bolton Robert Boran Vincent Buono Nicholas Chantiles Michael Collito Vincent Damm Theodore David Serafino De Matthaeis John Drumheller John Dumanski Joseph Echternach David Geiger Roy Gelnett James Graham Blaise Guclla Klanor Hallman Abraham llolvsnn Joseph Johnson Gerald Krepps David Lawson Henry McAllister James McGinniss Leon McIntyre Louis Manger Philip Marchese Morris D. Markley Samuel Messina George Morgan Samuel Patterson Orvin Reidel Vincent Itiz-zuli Robert Bowen Arnold Sherman Gene Siciliano Jeremiah Silfies Joseph E. Smith Joseph Snyder Robert Spangler Bcese Swain Lawrence Wesner Jerome Whitmoycr John Wood Raymond Woods 125NORMAN S. ESSIG HONORARY PROSTHETIC SOCIETY President . . . John H. Wood Vice-President ... Abraham Hobson Secretary J. R . Selleks Treasurer Alex Colalillo Albert Abrams Arm and Forgionc Edward Mcrmclstein Edward I'dis Fre l Alofsin Edward Gershkow James Miller Harold Unger Fred Balder Joseph Goodman Allen Moore Leo Vecchiola Fred Bcckerman A. Gorodetzcr Albert Olcnherg Albert Vermillion George Rentzel Benjamin Grossman Matthew Oppcnheim Harold Weiss Harry Berlin Norman Heller Sam Patterson Walter P. Wyzynski Charles Bernstein Thomas Hogan Leo Payavis Milton Zifferblatt Herbert Bernstein Eugene Kerewich Herman Rifkin Francis A lelizzi Harold Berson Irwin Klein David Rogal Raymond Baralt Henry Bilie Daniel Kleinman Sidney Sarubin John Blanch James Bolton Edward Koltisko Bernard Satine Leonard Brown Robert Boran Joseph La Cava Morton Schupiro Earl Costa Aria Carpousis Dan Levine Arnold Sherman Custodi C’risei Victor Clauson Robert Levin Charles Smailer Aaron Diamond Bernard Cutler Martin I.ipsius Edward Steinberg Roy Galnett Serafino I)e Mathaeis James McGinniss Irwin Toren David Hirshout Herb Ernest Leon McIntyre Egidio Torreti Paul Giuliano 12(5F. Alofsin Bentzel Berson Bogacki Horan Crisci Damn) I)e Mathacis Dreher Gelnett Azoff Besilleor Bra verm an Buono Collito Cabera David Drumheller Dumnn.ski Fritz Fox ST. ELMO RUSCA HONORARY SOCIETY Honorary President Dr. F Honorary Vice-President . Dr. R. Walter President Vice-President Donald Wolford T reasurcr .George Morgan Secretary SENIORS Richard Sellers Giuliano McGuinniss Steinberg Gould Mclntvrc Srhapiro Hirshout Mariano I 'd is Ernest Patterson Vecchiola Kerewieh Rizzuti Vermillion Klein Sat i ne Kleinman Sehoen Koltisko Sherman Kuziemski Smith Wyszynski Lawson Solot JUNIORS Dietch Goldman McAllister Silverman Guella Mark ley Silverman Geiger Meshnik Johnson Olszewski Spangler Swain k'repps Reidel J.a Room Robin Teitelbaum Levy Rosenberg Teperson Lipman Shapiro Teitbam Long Shoenthal Manger Sioiliano Marche.sc Sillies Modlin 127THE FREDERIC JAMES HONORARY SOCIETY OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Our officers for 1941 1942: President.... Vice-President Treasurer. . .. Secretary. .. . Leonard Berliss ...... Earl Costa ........ Al Roura Milton R. Shapiro Jack Solot Dan Levine Rolx-rt Levin Stanley Rooklin Fred Alofsin Leslie Polgar Art De Marco Alex Colalillo Ray Woods Edward Mermelstcin Thomas Hogan Herbert Karlsberg George Wallach Milton Zifferblatt John Mariano Robert Boran Chick Lengler Dan Kleinman Walter Kuziemski Donald Wolford Fred Bahler 128YEARBOOK STAFF Morton Schapiro, Editor-in-Ckief David Rogal, Business Manager Henry Billk, Photography Editor Daniel Levine, Literary Editor Joseph Smith, Associate Editor Faculty Adviser Historian Dr. Leon A. Halpern Dr. H. L. Faggert Managing Editor Malcolm Silver Fred Alofsin G. SCHOKN Dan D’Alesio Features A. Abrams H. Berson A. Hobson Business Staff L. Beiiliss Arnold Sherman Photographic Staff H. Berlin 1 9 S. Rouslin Augustine BaraltTEMPLE DENTAL REVIEW Faculty Adviser....................Leon Halpern. D.D.S. Editor................................... Irving Klein Business Manager...... ...............David Rogal Editorial Board Frederic W. Bahler Vincent Damm Harold Berson Assistant Rocco La Rocca Eugenia Schumacher Harold K. Donald Wolford Jack Solot Morton Schapiro Editors Morton J. Levy Maurice Teitelbaum Levenson 130STUDENT COUNCIL DENTAL Dr. George K. Schacterle Senior...................... George Schoen Junior (Vice-President). ........ Philip Marchese Sophomore (Treasurer)........Matthew S. Dunlkavy Freshman....................................Joseph McTamely CHIROPODY Senior (President) . .Jacques J. Kieserman Junior..... .. Frederick Pelletier Sophomore. . .Blinton Matthews Freshman....................... William Ziegler ORAL HYGIENE isi Secretary Julie McMukbayPSI OMEGA PSI OMEGA FRATERNITY was organized in 1892. The first chapter. Alpha, which is now combined with Phi, as Phi Alpha, was at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery,University of Maryland. During the past 48 years it has expanded to such an extent that it is one of the largest Dental Fraternities in the world, and in all probability the oldest. Psi Omega has 36 active chapters, 3 of which are located in foreign countries, 2 being in Canada and one in Halifax, N. S. This leaves a remainder of 33 chapters in the United States. It would seem that there is a chapter in every dental college in the United States. Besides the active chapters there are 57 alumni chapters including one in Paris, France; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Toronto, Canada. The central office, which takes care of all business transactions, is located in Chicago. III. 134V Q OFFICERS Grand Master..........Leon A. McIntyre Junior Master.......................Reese T. Swain Secretary.......................Vinc ent W. I)a.mm Treasurer............................John II. Wood House Manager................. Robert F. Spangler SENIORS Henry G. Bilie Ix on A. McIntyre Vincent W. Damn) Samuel L. Patterson Michael B. Colli to Theodore A. David John J. Dumanski Joseph J. Johnson, Jr. JUNIORS Rocco L. La Rocca Philip C. Marchese Roger M. Owens John Giordano Junior Pledges Robert L. Blaney Rol crt A. Crandall Matthew S. Dunleavy Robert M. Harrington SOPHOMORES Robert B. Hedges John R. Herzog Berchinan J. Imholtz Sophomore Pledges Siegfried W. Dietrich Ralph J. Galdieri George B. Brewer Freshman Pledges Anthony Butchko James J. Ficca Joseph McTamney Daniel Pfeil Raymond Scala Francis J. Valentine J. Richard Sellers John H. Wood Orvin R. Reidel Joseph M. Snyder Robert F. Spangler Reese T. Swain Daniel O. Glick Joseph J. Kozlowski Richard R. Mast Carl T. Russ Linden II. White Dominic Leone William H. Saylor 135XI PSI PHI XI PSI PHI FRATERNITY was founded on February S. 1889 at Ann Arbor, Michigan. It was organized by a small group of men who, in spite of opposition to the fraternity by the faculty, persevered and overcame this obstacle so that Xi Psi Phi might become a reality. Xi Psi Phi was founded on three simple principles: knowledge, morality, and friendship. They declared its purpose to be: To provide a better, more substantial foundation on which to build a successful professional life, to create a desire for cleaner, healthier, more wholesome atmosphere in which to live, and to develop an appreciation of the wonderful qualities of friendship, hospitality, and adopting their precepts as a life effort. From this small nucleus Xi Psi Phi fraternity has expanded into one of the largest dental fraternities, amassing thirty-one chapters and exceeding 14,000 members. rlo this day the zeal in which she was nurtured has been carried on, overcoming all obstacles and flourishing in each of her members. 136E Y S OFFICERS President.................. I 'ice-President........... Secretary.................. Treasurer.................. Editor. .................... Deputy Supreme President .....Donald Wolford ......George Morgan .......Blaise Guella .....Donnel McHenry ....JEROM E WinTMOYER Dr. Edward R. Straykr George Bentzel James Bolton Joseph Ecternaeh John Drumhellcr David Geiger SENIORS Albert Hass Donnel McHenry Allen Moore George Morgan JUNIORS James Graham Blaise Guella Donald Markley Vincent Rizzuti J. Elmer Smith Donald Wolford Robert Rowen Jerome Whitmoyer SOPHOMORES Edmond Lcscoe FRESHMEN Allen Brader George Crossmire John Dalton Frank Fowler Clarence Fox J. Zeno Gregory Joseph Healey Kenneth Ilcisey Richard Hively Robert Kenny Richard Kennedy Edward Kuhacki Ralph Nigro Arthur Petrel la. Frank Quaranta Robert Suter Francis Valentine Frederick Wagner Robert Williams la? Roy Winterstein 187SIGMA EPSILON DELTA THE Sigma Epsilon Delta Fraternity was founded in the year 1001 at the New York College of Dentistry and grew rapidly until it now ranks among the best and most active dental fraternities in the country. The Sigma Epsilon Delta Fraternity has for its aims the development and elevation of the highest ideals among its members, and the promotion of the highest excellence in the science and art of dentistry. Standing out like a beacon at sea, the Delta Chapter is one of which our benefactor and originator of Sigma Epsilon Delta. I)r. Arthur V. Greenstein, would have been justly proud. As Delta looks back upon the past year and considers the events and happenings that took place within its walls, it cannot help but feel that thus far it has met with success. With these facts in mind as a foundation for its betterment, Sigma Epsilon Delta shall continue to strive to attain the highest standards of the dental profession by actively cooperating with its leaders, both here at school and out in life. !38LEA ADMINISTRATORS Master........... Chaplain ...... Treasurer.... Scribe.... Inner Guardian Outer Guardian . . . Historian........ Arnold J. Kauffman .Sidney Silverman David M. Keil Bernard Evans . . . Irving Si ector Isa dor e L. I)un in . . Sam Haskewitz Fred R. Alofsin Fred Beckerman Leonard II. Berliss Herlwrt M. Bernstein Victor E. C'lauson Aaron Diamond Lewis Epstein Herbert M. Ernest Abraham Click Harry Kan tor Alexander Baer Warren Biehler Jack B. Dreyfuss Isadore L. Duhin Bernard Evans Daniel Fleisher Sidney Gravitz SENIORS David Ilirshout Murray I). Jaffe Robert S. Levin Dan D. Levine Martin S. Lipsius Nathan Massoff Matthew Oppenheim Bernard Kiss JUNIORS Sidney Silverman Sidney Teperson SOPHOMORES Bernard J. Greenberg Samuel Haskewitz Arnold J. Kauffman David M. Keil Isadore W. Messer Milton D. Mintz Jerome X. Oltman Jack R. Pomerantz FRESHMEN Sydney Berkowitz Herbert ohen Herman Torn Barry Dworkin Manuel Frost David J. Greenberg Edward S. Gross Edward G. Koeppel Herbert S. Levin Samuel Plotnik Charles T. Polay Walter Schlatn Irvin Suisman Stanley I). Walterman Frederick Weishoff Stanley J. Rooklin Sidney Sarubin Bernard A. Satine Jack Solot Aaron Speetor Edward Steinberg Irvin Toren Harold G. Weiss Milton D. Zifferblatt Leonard G. Weinstoek Joseph H. Rabin Sidney Saull Emanuel Seider Irving Speetor Stanley R. Spiro Ralph Thomases Joseph S. Tuffiash ISOALPHA OMEGA ALPHA Omega Fraternity was founded in Philadelphia in 1907, through a merger of the Zeta chapter of Baltimore and the Ramach chapter of Philadelphia. In Chicago in 1931 another merger was affected with Alpha Zeta Gamma Fraternity. Alpha Omega today consists of thirty-two Undergraduate Chapters in the various leading dental schools in the United States and Canada. The eighteen Alumni Clubs constitute a vital part of its organization, making as it does a truly graduate dental organization in which the interests of its graduate fraters are always fostered. The true ideals of the Fraternity are centered about its creed: “Alpha Omega Fraternity shall be a dental Fraternity, the student meml ers of which shall l e selected from the undergraduate students of high scholarship on the basis of character, leadership and personality. "It shall Ik? the object of the Fraternity to promote the profession of Dentistry; to establish, foster and develop high standards of scholarship, leadership and character; to include a spirit of fellowship amongst all its members; to create and bind together a body of professional men, who, by scholarly attainments, faithful service and the maintenance of ethical ideals and principles, have achieved distinction, to be capable of honoring achievement in others; to strive for breadth of vision, unity in action and accomplishment of ideals; to commend all worthy deeds and, if fraternal welfare demands, to call and council with its members; to accept, sponsor and develop the cultural and traditional achievement of our faith; to build within our Fraternity a triangle, the base of which is Judaism, the supporting sides, Professionalism and Fraternal ism." 140A OFFICERS Chancellor............... ......... Vice-C 'hancellor................ Quaestor.......................... Scribe............................ Historian...................... Regent ................ ......... ..Harold Berson Sidney Russock Daniel Kleinman ...Saul Straus Harold Levenhon Du. E. Pressman David Rogal Morton Schapiro Malcolm Silver Harold Unger Daniel Kleinman Morrics Paule Edward Saladow Leon Braverman Louis Manger Saul Straus Seymour Straus William Marias Joseph Fox Manuel Album SENIORS Irving Klein Harold Berson Bernard Cutler Albert Soifer Jacob Dutch Edward Gerslikow JUNIORS Adolph B. Gimbel, Jr. Joseph Godick Seymour Goldman David Haber Fred Jaker Saul Lee Harold Lcvenson Morton Levy Everett I.ipman Bernard Meshnic Herbert Phillips Samuel Rouslin Arnold Sherman Edward Udis Samuel Zitin Saul Modlin Vernon Rosenberg Robert Ruder Sidney Russock Kenneth Sack William Silverman Alfred Sussman Maurice Tcitelbaum Mark Timmons Norman Goldberg Sam Hahn Oscar Minkin Harold Berlin Harry Goldstein Ralph Goldstein Herbert Jenoff FRESHMEN David Bcrshstein Leonard Kotin Arthur Harris Gilbert Gold Irving Price George Classman Martin Schneider Joseph Goldstone Martin Lutzer Bernard Green berg Jesse Filberbaum Philip Richman Wallace Hirshberg Bernard Gross Abe Lampert Charles Gordon Arthur Zoller Jack Mishkin SOPHOMORES Morton Lehman Robert Weisman Joseph Fisher Philip Levin Emanuel Nathanson Joseph KudishNEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS Honorary President........ Honorary Vice-President . Honorary Vice-President. . President............. Vice-President. . . . . . Treasurer................. ('or res pond i n g Seer eta ry Recording Secretary....... ____Prof. F. S. Rusca ....Dr. M. Salerno Dr. M. F. Quinn, Jr. . . Vincent J. Buono .........Carl Russ ..Matthew Dunlevy ... . Philip Marino Michael D’Ambrosio Francis Adelizzi Augustine Baralt Stanley Bogocki Custode Crisci Daniel D’Alesio Arthur De Marco Serafino De Matthacis Joseph Fidanza Armand Forgione Paul Giuliano Abraham Hobson Thomas Hogan George Julo Eugene Kerewich Walter Kuzicmski Joseph I«a Cava James McGinniss John Mariano I«eo Payavis Vincent Rizzuti George Schoen Kgidio Torreti Peter Triani Leo X’ecchiolla Stanley Waako Lawrence Wesner John Wood Walter Wyszynski Michael Chciea Michael Collito John Giordano Joseph Johnson Rocco L. Da Rocca Philip Marchese Joseph Snyder Thomas Aissis Robert Blaney Pasqualc Cacchio Ralph Galdieri Joseph Kozlow.sk i Dominic I cone Thomas La Rocca Ralph Membrino George Mortimer John Vivacqua Jennie Bernacki Anthony Di Santo John Dombroski HiDEDICATION To Miss Margaret A. Bailey and Miss Ruth M. Heck Who Have Been Excellent and Faithful Instructors Throughout Our Difficult Year Here at Temple University, We the Oral Hygiene Class of 194S, Dedicate This Section of the Dental Yearbook. 140Dedicatee’s Message To The Opal Hygiene ( lass of 1942: Please accept my sincere congratulations on having successfully completed this year of training. I hope that you will look upon this year as merely the beginning—that on this foundation you will build a structure of added knowledge and skill, gained from each day s experience. Never before in the history of Dental Hygiene have there l een so many opportunities available. In offices, schools and hospitals there is a growing recognition of the value of this work. Most important of all, the United States Government has recognized this profession and made a place for it in its armed forces. Upon you. the new graduate, rests some of the burden of proving the value of Dental Hygiene as a part of the Healing Art. May I extend to you my sincere wish that only success and happiness will be yours throughout your professional life. Sincerely, Margaret Bailey. To the Class of ’42: It is with great pleasure that I send you this greeting—pleased that you have completed but the beginning of your steps toward your goal. Congratulations! And yet it is with a sense of regret, regretting that your year here at the Dental School is at an end. However, we can look forward to meeting at all of the Dental Hygienists’ State and National meetings. Again, congratulations and best wishes in your profession. Sincerely, Ruth M. Heck. 147MISS MARGARET A. HAILEY Supervisor of Oral Hygiene Department Columbia University School of Oral Hygiene, 1923; Hygienist State Department of Health, McComb, Miss., 1924 27; Supervisor, Oral Hygiene Department of Temple University Dental School, 1927- ; Past President American Dental Hygienists' Association; Associate Editor, Journal American Dental Hygienists’ Association. nsMISS RUTH M. HECK Assistant in Oral Hygiene Temple University School of Oral Hygiene, 1934; Treasurer Pennsylvania State Dental Hygienists’ Association; Secretary Temple University Oral Hygiene Alumnae. U9FACULTY C. Barton Addis, D.D.S., F.A.C.I).. Associate Dean, Professor of Crown and Bridge Work and Orthodontia Margaret A. Bailey, D.H..................................... Supervisor of Oral Hygiene B. Elizabeth Beatty, D.D.S. . .Associate Professor of Roentgenology and Pedodontology James R. Cameron, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. . Professor of Oral Surgery Theodore I). Casto, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., F.I.C.A., Professor of Roentgenology and Pedodontology Walter M. Crittenden, A.B., M.A., Pn.D.......... .........Assistant Professor of English Andrew J. Donnelly, M.D................................Instructor in General Pathology Esther Ellis, D.H........................................... Hygienist in Orthodontics Frank L. Else, B.S.. Pu.D.........Associate Professor of General Histology and Embryology Helen E. Farrankop................................................... .Lecturer in Nutrition J. Horace Githens, A.B., D.D.S................................... Instructor in Chemistry Ruth M. Heck, D.H.............................................Assistant in Oral Hygiene Louis Herman, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Operative Technocology and Tooth Morphology Frederic James, L.M.M.S.S.A., D.D.S., Professor of Dental IIisto-Pathology, Clinical Pathology and Therapeutics Thomas M. Logan ....................................... ... . Professor of Bacteriology George W. Miller. ....................... . . . Professor of Anatomy Ralph G. Orner......... Demonstrator of Roentgenology Ernest F. Rupert. . . ....................... . . Demonstrator of Roentgenology George J . SchacTERLE. . .....................Professor of Chemistry and Hygiene Charles Schabinger. . ............... . . Associate Professor of Anatomy John C. Scott............................. Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology John Conrad Seegers......................... Professor of Education and Dean of Men George W. Thompson.........................................Demonstrator of Roentgenology Paul I . Uhlrich......................................................Associate in Physiology William J. Lpdegrave..................................... Demonstrator of Roentgenology Irene Witkowski.............................................. Hygienist in Oral Surgery 150ORAL HYGIENE CLASS OF 1942 151THE ORAL HYGIENE CLASS OFFICERS President............................................Margaret Swanson Vice-President.. . . Helen Manganiello Secretary......................................Anna Gilbert Treasurer......................................Edith II eydt Editor of the 0. II. section of the "Dental Review" . . E. Schumacher Student Council Representative.......................... Julia McMurray YEARBOOK STAFF Editor-in-chief. Associate Editor. . Business Manager. Photographic Editor. Feature Editors. . . . Typing Editor. . . . Almkda Laughman .. Julia McMurray . . .Thelma Baglivo ... .Jean Deibert Florence Ficiiman FLORK N • I: Figle WSKI ....Doris Knight 15i JEAN A IMAM SOX gratz man school University of Pennsylvania 2236 X. Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa Just (( dreamer Excellent student Ambitious Nonchalant MARTHA BADGER UPPER DARBY HIGH SCHOOL Tennent College 1234 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. Men in the .Van Xhcays grinning Reserved Talkative 153THELMA BAGLIVO LINCOLN PREPARATORY SCHOOL 2505 S. 19tii St., Philadelphia, Pa. Begs to agree Accent on youth Giggles Good sport Into everything Excitable JEAN BYARS SCOTTDALE HIGH SCHOOL YF.ST.M INSTER COLLEGE 307 S. Hickory St., Scottdalk, Pa. Jim Everybody's pal Attractive Nice kid 154JEAN DEIBERT ALLENTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Macvngie, Rt. No. I, Pennsylvania Learns definitions by tap dancing Into everything Tiny Tough Jjots of friends Enjoys jitterbugging Out of this world Never icorries Eats all the time FLORENCE FICHMAN WEAVER HIGH SCHOOL Junior College of Connecticut 62 Sharon St., Hartford, Conn. Friendly Laughs easily Our class clown 155FLORENCE FIGLEWSKl KINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL, Bucknell Junior College 38 S. Goodwin Ave., Kingston, Pa. Fun Interesting Goes for optometry and chiropody Glamorous Indispensable Yjjferrescent JEANNETTE FREEMAN WOODROW WILSON HIGH SCHOOL 412o Jenifer St., N. W., Washington,D.C. Jovial Et er studying A good friend 'Sever flunks a test Sever fails us Ever beautiful hair Takes all kinds of medicine Takes to chiropody Enjoys going home 156.JEAN GAR FINK LE ATLANTIC CITY HIGH SCHOOL 3812 Yentnor Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. Just a jitterbug Earnest, though inquisitive A friend in need is a friend indeed Neper outwardly angry ANNE GILBERT PRANKFORD HIGH SCHOOL Temple University 1609 Harrison St., Philadelphia, Pa. Attained a li.S. degree Naive N ice operator Energetic 157EDITH HEYDT EAST MAUCH CHUNK HIGH SCHOOL 240 N. Lynn Blvd., Upper Darby, Pa. Expected to get shoes in her instrument kit Drives on the wrong side of the road Interested in her work 'lakes to the Navy 11 as interesting scra pbook HELEN GOLDBERG SIMON C.RATZ HIGH SCHOOL 1645 N. 33rd St., Philadelphia, Pa. Was many late marks Ever quiet Likes the opposite sex Ercr inquisitive Sever had morphology lab. supplies 158MARCELLA MORGAN ST. gektuvde's academy Goldey Business College 2400 Washington St.. Wilmington, Del. Has a car ()rcr every day from 11 ilm inylon Rales with (?) Gels excited Always happy Nifty hid SAIDEE KANOFF NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL McKeown Secretarial School frl Sheldon Terrace, Xew Haven, Conn. Sure of herself A m bilious Same is reallif Saidee Doesn't like noise Yearns for Sew I aven 159DORIS KNIGHT FORD CITY II Kill SCHOOL Kelly Station, I a. Nerer hurts anyone Indicative to the class Generous in all trays lias a lovely personality 'Tries to ;please everybody Yearning for Chuck A LM EI A LA UGIIM A N DOVER HIGH SCHOOL Wellsvillk, Pa. Always studies I tikes her mother's chicken Makes top marks in exams Krer hashful Delights in walking to school A lira ys sm iling 160JULIA McMUIlRAY WILLIAMSPORT HIGH SCHOOL Pennsylvania State College 2010 Hillside Aye., Williamsport. Pa. Jocular Usually very happy Lorely black hair Intensely dislikes to make beds Engaged to George HELEN MANGAMKLLO OLD FORGE HIGH SCHOOL Stroudsburg State Teachers College lit X. Main St., Pittston, Pa. I Ins something over all of us—a husband Ever quiet Likes brown Experts to practice with her husband NiceJEAN MOON WILLIAMSPORT HIGH SCHOOL 534 Mulberry St.. Williamsport, Pa. Minister's wife it is expected she'll be Our pract ical joker Our good Samaritan Sever quiet Yearns for Orville ICTORIA HOGACH PHILADELPHIA GIRLS HIGH SC HOOL 831 N. 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. Vigorous Interesting Clinic isn't the place for lipstick Kindness personified Eager to help Youthful 1G E UGENIA SCH UMACHER CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL I Tsi VER8ITY OF Ma J V LA ND 1719 Kenyon St., N. W., Washington. D. C. Generous Ever thinking of Billie Noteworthy good nature Inviting smile Ever knitting MARY STEIN STEPHEN S. PALMER HIGH SCHOOL 910 Third St., Palmerton, Pa. Morf quiet of entire class Always yets good marks Rales everybody's praise Yes, she's quiet, but very nice I OSMARGARET SWANSON WESTERN HIGH SCHOOL University op Maryland 3911 Jocelyn St., N. W., Washington, D. C. S elf-confident W(ikes up without a dock And yet 'Sever late Interested in the Navy Efficient 104Jean Abrams On Victoria Rogach JuliA Me Murray A L meda Im ugh m a n Doris KnigHt Edith HcYdt Thelma BaGlivo Jean Del her I JeannettE Freeman A rcN« Gilbert HctEn Goldberg MarCella Horgan 11 eL $n Ma n ga n iello Miss BAilcy Margaret Swanson Mary Stein FlOrcnce Figlewski Sandy KanoFf Jean GarFitikle Jean MOon Eugcn ia Sch u macheR Miss RuTh Heck Jean BYars MarTha Badger Women FlOrcnce Fichman 165"Miss Oral Hygiene” of ’42 Would Have Julia McMurray’s EYES Eugenia Schumacker’s TEETH Helen Manganiello’s HAIR Victoria Rogach’s HANDS Florence Figlewski’s VOICE Anne Gilbert’s FIGURE Edith Heydt’s COMPLEXION Marcella Horgan’s WIT Jean Byar’s LAUGH Jean Moon’s ABILITY TO MIX Jean Deibert’s SPORTSMANSHIP Thelma Baglivo’s COL'RTESY Martha Badger’s GOOD NATUREDNESS Jean Abramson’s SPUNK Almeda Laughman’s ABILITY TO STUDY Doris Knight’s PROMPTNESS Jean Garfinklc’s EAGERNESS Sandy Kanoff’s AMBITION Mary Stein’s DISPOSITION Jeannette Freeman’s QUIETNESS Helen Goldberg’s KIND WAYS Margaret Swanson’s CORRECT ANSWERS Florence Fichman’s MOODS ICCTHE CLASS HISTORY ON SEPTEMBER 24, 1941, the Oral Hygiene Class of 1942 entered the doors of the Temple University Dental School with slightly uncertain steps. After wandering through the halls and becoming acquainted with many friendly students, we patiently awaited the arrival of our instructors. We soon bought new books, and our studies and worries began! Then the final General Histology exam appeared on the list! According to the rumors, everyone failed, but when the grade list appeared on the bulletin board, there weren t many red marks compared with the ones in Tooth Morphology. Soon our first class meeting was held and Miss Margaret Swanson, known as“Swanie,” from the Nation’s Capital was selected to command us. Also, at this time, the yearbook staff members were chosen. Within the next few weeks, there were twenty-three girls who joined the training corps of the Dental School. This time the girls, in blue uniforms that almost touched the floor, marched with firmer steps into the training camp—the manikin laboratory. The girls picked up many weird looking instruments and experimented with them on poor Oscar. After Oscar could no longer chew food because of pricked gums, we were given a furlough. What a relief! 167Then came the day when we wore our crisp, new white uniforms for the first time and presented ourselves on the clinic floor. We tried our best to act and look professional; the operators were thrilled, but about the patients! We won’t say. Just before Thanksgiving vacation, our clinic work began. We do not know how, but we all succeeded in giving a prophy with no major harm done to either patient or operator. Our first social event at camp began in October with a tea given by the Temple O. H. Alumnae. At this tea, the Oral Hygiene Class met Dean and Mrs. Addie, who were the honored guests. On November 24, the 0 H. girls gave a tea at the Temple Dormitory for Miss Gertrude Peabody, the Dean of Women. In December, we decided to celebrate Christmas with a bang. We gave a little Christmas party in one of the lecture rooms two days before our Christmas vacation. Everyone was thrilled by exchanging gifts, playing games, and singing gay old songs. Then came one of the most exciting times of our lives. We were allowed to leave the training camp to return to our happy homes for a Christmas dinner. Although our l«8stay was short, we entered the training camp once again on January 5, 1944, with a determination to make the most of the few remaining months. At the end of January, we all became quite sad, with long drawn faces, eyes half closed and not a spark of light in us. Can you guess why? Yes, it was examination time! Exams were soon forgotten! Things started swinging again! In February, the Oral Hygiene Class assisted at the combined First District and State Dental Association Meeting at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel. The All-Dent Ball came along and left us with tired and aching feet, but light hearts. Again came those difficult exams with a state board lurking before us. Then on graduation day we received our diplomas, which meant that we no longer could stay with Temple. Although our one year period is ended, we still must march forth to face the battles of life. We will realize both victory and defeat, but it is our hope that we, as Dental Hygienists, will overcome all obstacles in the future and that we may have a part in making this a better world in which to live. As we Dental Hygienists march ever onward with heads high and shoulders back, we bid Temple University Dental School farewell. 169IF THE SHOE FITS, WEAR IT I am a blonde bombshell wlio has her office on the clinic floor. I take great delight in eating candy, speaking on the telephone and keeping students waiting all day for gold. El severe in the book I have been referred to as the most seductive —but I believe thaj}s slightly exaggerated. Who am I? I am a member of the senior class. I have been told to wear sweaters more often -why, I don’t know. I have a little lamb whose face is ugly as hell, and everywhere that I do go, this creep is sure to trail. Who am I? I am a very distinguished professor—my pronunciation should verify that fact. My lectures arc so interesting, that I usually have full attendance (I doubt whether my roll call has any bearing on the matter. I show my great love for the class quite frequently by continuing my lecture long after the time is up. When I show my face on the clinic floor, the students try to make my work easier by leaving—thus giving me less to do. Who am I? I am a marvelous photographer I believe. I have the girl in our class and every other girl in the building following me at all times. My friends call me Pinocchio I love to see them have a good time at my expense. I made a certain oral surgeon what he is today. Who am I? I am an instructor On the clinic floor. Students as a rule love to be in my section because I am so nice. I give them a chance to learn by making them spend more time on prophv’s. My voice and my features are so clean-cut that some of the boys say “W oo Woo” when they pass me. Who am I? 1 am of the Grecian descent and extremely well liked by the class. The class gives me a very warm reception at all times by imitatinga radiator thusly—sss sss sss. I am a great drummer and athlete—my own basketball team occasionally lets me play for them. Who am I? I am a professor who taught you during the first two years—my exams were so well respected that it paid to give them. I am an alumnus of Medico Chi and have a paper named after me (not a newspaper). I have been told that 1 have Indian blood in me—from the Shmohawk tribe. Who am I? I am the smallest man in the class. I have a great fondness for medical students and especially the dean of a certain medical school. Oh yes I get jealous when I see my competitors on my girl friend’s glass porch, but I never mean any harm. Who am I? 172I am an instructor of freshmen and sophomores. I formally earned my spending money selling football pools. I believe in breaking bread with my students—to prove it, I never refuse taking cigarettes and Baby Ruths from them. I do not believe myself to be as polished and well liked as many other instructors, but I still have one very dear friend, my bachelor Father. Who am 1? I like my girls tall and willowy. I like yachting enough to entertain my friends aboard my boat. Every summer I invite them down to paint it. I am fond of hunting and I finally convinced my father that Christmas vacation ends January 15. Who am I? I am a wise guy from New York. I started in early to get in trouble with the most hissed guy in the class. I pidl all natural boners. My friends call me the irgin bridegroom. I grab all the patients from the pit whether I need them or not. Who am I? I am well liked by the class because I am an honor man. The class loves to see me grab them. Of course I don’t sit on the first row during the exams. After all it’s so uncomfortable down there and I can’t sec half as well as I do when I sit where I usually sit. Resides I am a member of the unholy three. Who am I? I too am a member of the unholy three, or perhaps better known as the three Rep l oy.s. 1 am seen with one of the loveliest Oral Hygienists. 1 had an experience over at the Frat house one evening. I hope the O. II. I go with doesn’t know about it. I am the l»est known welcher of bets, but being one of the three Pep boys anyone can understand that. Who am I? I am the third of the Pep boys. Would it be easier if I told you I am the memory after the belch? I am a lady killer, and women swoon at my feet; there they die. Think hard, if you recognize one of the Pep boys you will surely know who I am. Who am I? 1 am the humor editor of the Yearbook, cheerleader at all functions and the best salesman of stale jokes. I’ve l een chasing after a girl close to six years and I never will know whether I have her or not. Who am I? I am smug, complacent and self-centered. Well really as a matter of fact I wrote the first article ever to lx contributed from our class to the Dental Review (so there). I used to have a passion for placing inv name on the waiting list above the names of the other fellows. It was so much fun knowing that they would get up at four A. M. and I could sleep till eight and still get a chair before them. Who am I? 173THE IDEAL PROF Doctor Scott's Torso Doctor Schacterle’s Legs Doctor Herman’s Hair Doctor Hess’s Voice Doctor Limquico’s Vocabulary Doctor Calely’s Pep Doctor Grishanin's Morals Doctor Matthews Modesty Doctor Kobe’s Virtues Doctor Doyle’s Ambition THAT’LL BE THE DAY! When Dr. Waugh says. “C”mon, Mike, let’s kiss and make up." When Dr. Quinn says, "I don’t care if that prophy only took you five minutes. It’s beautiful 20 points!’’ When Dr. Rusca doesn't take roll. When Dr. Kolmer offers to set up the Spirutus Frumenti. When Dr. Calely has one of those dreams! When Dr. Walters says rubber instead of “wubber.” When Dr. Grisbaum gives a student his own wax spatula back—without charge. When Dr. Henry can squeeze into Red’s stand at lunch time. When Dr. Essig thinks laminated plates stink (and I do mean stink). When Dr. Matthews gets an inferiority complex. When Dr. Hess wins a hog-calling contest. When Dr. Doyle checks off a filling with an explorer instead of a burnisher. When Dr. Subin says, “Can I help you?" When Dr. James fills in the “etc." in his book. When Dr. Scott follows the example of the class and buys a new set of physiology notes. When Miss Benitz smiles. When Dr. Herman decides to part his hair on the side. When Dr. Miller speaks less fluidly. When Dr. Streyer takes a haircut. When we can listen to Dr. Schacterle without wearing overshoes. When Dr. Casto eats a worm with his hedge leaf (then he won’t be a vegetarian). When Dr. Kornfeld gets a full attendance (who is Kornfeld?). When Dr. Schabinger can give a lecture without notes. When Dr. Else stops talking about his twins. When we can tell Dr. Ronkin from a cadaver. When Jo-Jo stops beating the gong around. When Dr. Kobe stops putting his hand on his hip. When a Cohen or a Goldberg gets into the Cameron Society. When students go to Dr. I’lrich for maximum points. When Dr. Christy fractures his jaw and smiles. When we get a new Dental School! 171I +AN AFTERNOON IN THE OPERATIVE DEPARTMENT OR WHY STUDENTS GET GREY HAIR Time—1:00: Unlucky student in Quinn’s section—Dr. Quinn, will you please chart this cavity?” Quinn stops filing fingernails, approaches student and picks up Master Sheet. Looks at Sheet, sneers at student, and happily informs him that he can’t work on patient until he gets the signatures of three more departments. Time- 1:30: Student returns with Master Sheet all signed. Waves mirror and explorer in air For 15 minutes before Quinn comes over. Student—‘'Will you please chart the M. O. on the upper right first bicuspid?” Quinn looks in mouth, decides that two millimeters aren’t enough separation and charts a I). O. on third molar instead. Time—2:00: Student still trying to put on rubber dam. Finally gets dam on after almost ligating tonsils. Time—2:80: Student—“Dr. Quinn, will you please check off this cavity preparation?” Quinn inspects cavity and informs student that there is decay on gingival seat. Student can’t see a thing, but agrees anyhow. Time- -3:00: After four inspections Quinn finally checks off preparation and signs for cement base. Time—3:15: Student to Quinn "Will you please check off this cement base?" Quinn looks at cement base and informs student that there isn’t enough cement for a base. Time—3:30: Student still trying fo check off cement base—still not enough cement (according to Quinn). Time—3:55: Student finally gets Walters over to look at cement base. Walters tells student that there’s so much cement in cavity, there won’t be any room for amal-gum. Tells student to take all the cement out. Time—4:01: Hess comes along and gives student a demerit for being on floor after 4 o’clock. Time—4:01 : Student dismisses patient and praysthat he won’t beinQuinn’s section again. ADVERTISEMENT FOR SALE 1 Typodont Holder (never been used) 1 Operative Case (slightly used) 1 Prosthetic Case (slightly used) 1 Set of Pathology Scalers (brand new) 1 Swenson Prosthetic Book (with new fly leaf) 1 Sharp No. 17 Explorer (to find cavities) 1 Dull No. 17 Explorer (to check off fillings) Free—with each purchase—one blue pencil to check off set-ups in Dr. Essig’s roll book. Apply to any member of the Class of ’42. 176THERE’S ONE IN EVERY COLLEGE A “one better" man Wolford A fighter—Tuffiasli A gas bag Carpousis A Sir Galahad—Schoen A tough guy- Hobson A post -Parales A teacher’s pet—Steinberg A perfect lover—Schapiro A socialite—McHenry A sheik —Miller A class borer—Satino A faithful man—Torretti A hard-working girl Y. Steldey An optimist Kleinman A natural-born clown Solot A promoter- Rogal A deserving person-—Goodman A stooge—Cutler An ear bender Ifauzel FAMOUS LAST WORDS BY OI K FACULTY Lord—Get me your mallet and homostat. Quinn—Shut off the light want to ruin your eyes. Calely—What kinda gold you got? Kornfeld—Where arc your notes? Forbes—Silver nitrate, please. Doyle—I’m not in your section—go see Faggart. Faggart—I’m not in your section—go see Doyle. Halpcrn—We have rules in this school Grishaum—Whose gonna buy me a candy bar today? Hess—Under the new demerit system (squeak, squeak) . Salerno—The mode of insertion is the same, upwards . . Matthews —(You name it- lie did it!) Walters—Gold, gold, gold, gold, gold, etc. Subin—Are you a Freshman or a Sophomore? Scott—This is one exam that didn’t get out (who is he kidding? . 177Dr. Doyle and Dr. Miller "Putting in a Hard Days Work. 178DR. WALTER VERSUS GOLD FILLINGS A look of anger on his face, His probe o’er all the margins trace Until stops; A little space A check is found. A death-like feeling o’er me steals. From crown of head to both my heels. My hands clinch tight, as it reveals, A faulty filling. He looks at me with eyes of fire, My pores all open and perspire. That awful feeling. Oh! so dire, I pray for death. lie secs me strangling there in fright. Ills eyes they seem as black as night. Does lie perceive my awful plight I’m sure he does. And does lie gloat with inward glee? As he looks down on little me. There is a change, just one degree. Upon his face. His voice is low and awful grave As like the ocean’s mournful wave, He says this filling will not save This poor, frail tooth. Then lie with lips compressed and tight. Inserts his probe with all his might, And then I look—Oh! What a sight. My filling gives. A twitch, a twirl, and all is o’er. The gold drops out upon the floor, My senses leave, I know no more, I'm in a faint. Hut soon I feel a kindly slap Between my shoulders on my back. It wakes me from the heav’n-sent nap. And there he stands. His eyes they have a kinder light, I wonder then if all is right. Have I escaped that awful plight? That I was in. lie smiles a little, then he speaks. His words. Oh! Can 1 them repeat? I stand once more upon my feet. For thus he spake. ’Twas for your good I did this thing, I know ’twas hard, but it will bring That practice dear for which you came, Xow don't feel bad. Temple University pfiiladeiSPARKS FROM THK CLASSROOM Prosthetic Patient—“The upper falls down and the lower jumps up.” Dr. Salerno—“Well, why don’t you reverse the plates?” Overheard in a Pawn Shop -“What, only two bucks for a gold tooth? It will cost me that much to get it pulled.” Speaking of Golf—“I)o you think Larry Hess will ever find his lost balls?” Person “How’s this prophy, Dr. Quinn?” Dr. Quinn—“C. I. 0.” Person—“What’s that. Doctor?" Dr. Quinn—“Clean It Out.” Person—“K. M. A.” Dr. Quinn—“What’s that, Doctor?” Person—“-------” Dr. Herman—“What are succadaneous teeth?” llobson—“Teeth that a newborn baby sucks with.” Dr. Kobe—"What is the shape of the bacillus tetanus." Pentzel—“Can’t say. Doctor. I never saw one." Dr. Grisbaum—“In making artificial dentures, name those teeth you would extract and those you would allow to remain.” Malmud—“Does the patient want a full or partial denture, Doctor?" Dr. Stetzer—“What can you do to prevent hallucinations during the administration of N20?” Carpouses—“Have a witness.” Patient—“Oh. Dr. Zeten, I feel as if I am going to faint.” Zetin—“Go ahead, I need you in a faint: I want to remove a nerve.” Schapiro—“Have you seen a pretty girl in the clinic this morning?” Sellers—"Why do you want to know?” Schapiro—“I want to find Dr. Miller." Schocn—“Well how did you come out in the exam?” Olenberg—“Oh! My pony didn’t trot in that heat.” Dr. Schacterle—“What is the objection to the use of iron in the mouth?” Pahler—“It rusts the teeth.” Dr. Sch binger—“What did you find out about the salivary glands?” Silver—“I couldn’t learn a thing. They’re too secretive." Fidanza—“Give me some of that prepared mono-aceticacidester of salicylic acid." Forgione—“You mean aspirin?” Jidanza—“Oh. yes, I never can remember that name.” isoBELIEVE IT OR NOT Massoff Even got in trouble with Or. Oalely. Julo Actually spent time on the clinic floor without getting a demerit. D’Alesio- -Does not stand on a box when operating. Karlsburg—Once had his hair cut. Kerewich Left the floor for lunch. I'idonza- Really does not scare children. Schapiro—Really owns a shirt. Gershkow- -Washed and used rubber dam over. Patterson—Once made a speech. He said “Uh.” Klein—once told a good joke. Bogachi -Goes into extraction to learn Oral Surgery. Lenglcr—Even lakes notes during a lantern slide lecture. Unger—is too slow for fast work and too fast for slow work. Udis—After 991)9 successful castings, failed to cast. Brenneche—Poured hot water into the developing tank to bring up the temperature. DAILY SCENE IN CROWN AN1) BRIDGE SECTION Curtain Goes Up Senior Student—“Dr. Lord, will you please inspect this inlay so I can cement il in.’ Dr. Lord slowly approaches student, waits until student places mirror in his hand, looks into patient’s mouth and speaks, “Give me vour C -f- B mallet, reading glass, hemostat, Peezo Pliers, Mechanical Hand, bite paper, collar scissors, Denta-meter, Jim Dandy Discs, etc.’’ Student rushes out and returns one hour later heavily laden down with various instruments borrowed from unsuspecting Juniors only to find out that Dr. Lord, after a consultation with Dr. Subin, has decided to extract the tooth. Student faints. End of Scene A PIASTER BOWL CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS Freshman'—Loses his bowl and buys a new one. Dqkjs Brings his own bowl into the lab. Wise Guy—Borrows your bowl and keeps it. Optimist- -Brings his own bowl into the lab and expects to sneak out without loaning it to anyone. Typical Student—Grabs your bowl while you’re using it. Wole Never has his own plaster bowl. Fresh Guy—Uses your bowl and then does not clean it. Hero— Manages to keep same bowl all four years. The same guy, when a— Freshman—I’ll do all my own prothetics when 1 get out. Sophomore—Well, perhaps I’ll send the polishing to a lab. Junior—At least I’ll set my own teeth up. Senior—Do you know anyone who wants to buy a good articulator? 181LETTERS FROM PATIENTS Temple University, Dental Clinic. Complaint Dept. October 20 J. K. Jones was my dentist. He is a poor worker on thcetli, drills holes a tooth that takes four hours to fill. Put in temporary filling that fell out next day. October 21 In chair at i) am. lakes until 10 am. to fit rubber dam. He put on wrong tooth then found the right one, tore the dam, uses electric light. No good supervisor told him but he used it just the same. Complained about dark place to work. Took an hour to fit darn and could not be used so the supervisor put strings on waights. I held it down. Told Jones I was so tired as I never had such filling to put in before. You are my hard luck patient. Why did you let it go so long. (Had Lheeth filled in July.) After drilling and cementing thru, began with the gold using two instrument, most of the gold in my lap. Then the weights come lose, he said, “now you have pulled them off it is impossible to finish. Come Tuesday, October 22. He is insolent also very awkward. Will not have him again. Beatrice Smith, 1900 Mt. Vernon St. Mr. Robert Levin, Temple University Dental Clinic, 18th and Hamilton Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Dear Sir: Since making my last visit to the school, tlie last week in March, I have tried to wear my teeth, which has torchercd my mouth at the spot where we seemed to have all of trouble from the start, that notch in the side of the inner part of the plate and where the bite, all seemed to center. I am using powder on the lower plate which has helped it some but the plate does not seem to set right and it makes my mouth feel like it was being stretched sideways. On the lower plate there are rough edges between the teeth, which makes it feel like there was something between the teeth and is quite annoying, these should have been polished off smooth. The outside of the plate is too heavy and thick and should have been cut down. There are but twelve teeth on the plate, where there should have been fourteen and the teeth are 182set, slanting out too much, which forces my lips out too much, I contended from the start that the foundation form was to large. Even though you only put twelve teeth on the plate in place of fourteen they are crowded put on crooked. The upper plate seems to fit hut are a little loose on the right hand side and were made so thick on the outside that my lip was forced up under my nose and whilst there was some of the plate taken off, my lips shows too much bulge in them yet, one side is higher than the other. I am very much surprised to learn that a school like the Temple University would let work of this character go out, with out it being inspected and approved by a compentent head, in place of leaving it up the the student and that is what was done in this case. You made the remark to me that you would likely have to make to new lower plate. May I hear from you and thanking you in advance, I remain. Yours sincerely J. T. Johnson. 183ACKNOWLEDGE ENTS In compiling this hook, a great deal of valuable time and labor was expended. The Staff may have fallen short of its promises and purposes, but let it. not be forgotten that the sincerest and most earnest efforts were exerted to make this class-book a success. Through the kind assistance of the following people we have brought this book to its culmination: To Dr. Leon A. Ilalpern for his kind advice and valuable time in compiling this book. To Dr. Harold L. Faggart for his history and suggestions with regard to the dedication. To Miss Bailey for her help with the Oral Hygiene section. To our Photography Staff who spent much time getting the various candid shots. To Miss Wolf for her many courtesies. To Dr. Waldman for his many courtesies. To all others we extend our thanks and best wishes. THE STAFF. 1S4E DEDICATE the section of Advertisements to Miss Walton for her untiring and willing help in making it a success.FOR PURE WHOLESOME MILK, CALL .... E V E r 9 r e e n 12 3 4 Aristocrat Complete City Wide and Suburban Delivery SCOTT-POWELL 45th and Parrish Streets A Hint for Dentists Make your office a modern, up-to-date place which gives patients the impression of progressive technique. You can do this by planning your office around one of the new American Cabinets . . . like the No. 141-A Cabinet shown hore. No. 141-A American Dental Cabinet THE AMERICAN CABINET CO. Division of HAMILTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY Two Rivers. Wisconsin (IrmAjucwn DENTAL CABINETS ______ GOLD JUSTIFIES DENTISTRY’S BELIEF THAT NOTHING IS TOO GOOD FOR THE HUMAN MOUTH . . . JELENKO GOLDS “MODULAY” •' ‘TYPE B—MEDIUM HARD for M. O. D. and Simple Inlays GOLD COLOR “DUROCAST” ‘TYPE C—HARD for Carmichaels and Abutments GOLD COLOR “JELENKO No. 7” for 1-piece and Unit Castings. Clasps, Bars, Saddles, etc. GOLD COLOR Certified to Meet A. D. A. Specification No. 5 Trade Mark. Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. Send for Price List and Physical Properties Chart of Jelenko Golds. J. F. JELENKO CO., Inc. Manufacturers of Dental Colds Specialties 136 West 52nd Street . . . New York, U. S. A. JELENKO ELECTRIC INLAY FURNACE WITH PYROMETER For your private laboratory. Provides temperature control for wax elimination and pre-heating of flasks. Low first cost. Low operating cost. Literature on request.Hatu eX Glo-lekt Rival tilt only artificial teeth that faithfully reproduce the form, varied luhial surface markings, color and texture of natural teeth. There are live outstanding features: 1. CORRECT COLOR DISTRIBUTION a scientific plan of color groupings, arranged in increasing or decreasing degrees of saturation, enabling you to achieve natural color effects under all lighting conditions. 2. VARIED LABIAL SURFACES reproducing accurately all of the dominant factors of variability found in natural teeth. (Write for booklet, "Varied Labial Surfaces. ) 3. DEPTH, REFRACTION, TRANSI.UCENCV a soft, three dimensional ipiality which is due to the correct ratios and degrees of reflection, refraction and tramlucency in Veri-Chrome porcelain and color. I. SCIENTIFIC SIZING AND INTERCHANGEABILITY OF LATERALS—un original and scientific method of sizing that produces u wider range of variability—and greatly increases ease, efficiency and flexibility of selection. (W rite for booklet. "The Coordinate System of Sizing.") 5. EASIER TO SET UP—so easy in fact that they literally seem to fall into place. The proximal surfaces have been treated to enable them to retain definite line contact in every position, contributing materially to natural appearance, and also facilitating alignment. TO SPECIFY. USE YOI l( I ERI-CHROME COLOR GUIDE Universal Dental Company Manufacturers of the Most Complete Line of Porcelain Teeth 18tii ND BROWN STREETS PHILADELPHIA, PA. rIF YOU ARE OPENING NOW—OR PLAN TO SOON— LET RUBINSTEIN SHOW YOU HOW TO AVOID THE HANDICAP OF A HEAVY FINANCIAL BURDEN RUBINSTEIN DENTAL EQUIPMENT CO. 141 FIFTH AVENUE at 21st STREET NEW YORK. N. Y. YOUR defense program against PAIN Local Anesthesia with NOVOCAIN' COBEFRIN and JsJ 0V0CAIN P OHTOCAINE C DBTFRIN . The undersigned wishes the 1942 CLASS SUCCESS AND PROSPERITY IN THEIR PROFESSIONAL CAREER. With G +ftspli+fte+tti ojj STERN METAL WORKS Manufacturers Dental Equipment 2428-30 N. 3rd STREET (Below Cumberland) PHILADELPHIA. PA.KvirJ'j I 10 A ,UNt ARl M»1 DOWN IO A PRKt . will it be as much as you expect ? During these formative years will you be one of the dentists who has gone forward ... or will you he one who “just gets along”? It pays to look at all factors before you invest in any dental equipment. . . hut find out first what the manufacturer does for you. Ritter does more than furnish you with the equipment by which all others are judged ... it provides you with a definite plan to success, including the planning of your first office and a definite service which guides you in the business side of your practice. Your Ritter dealer will explain how this company “follows through" with you long after you have made your investment in the world's finest dental equipment. Ritter, Rochester, N. Y. ■ •• -I?_. S HMtlWe welcome this opportunity to congratulate you upon the completion of your college work and extend sincere wishes for your success. • No matter where you practice, you will find S. S. White representatives and authorized dealers ready and anxious to serve you. Do not hesitate to contact these men, or write direct whenever you think we can be of assistance. THE S.S. WHITE DENTAL MFG. CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA.INVITATION... To Every Dentist and Student, Whether in Private Practice or Gov t Service Climax, with its up-to-the-minute equipment and laboratory facilities, is at all times an accurate mirror of the continued progress of the Denial Profession. You are cordially invited to visit us at your convenience . . . whether on your afternoon off, furlough or leave of absence ... to observe new developments and to say "Hello!" Climax Dental Supply Co., Inc. Sol S. Link, Manager College Division Medical Arts Bldg., Philadelphia LOCust 2929For CONSISTENTLY accurate results, use French's Eight Perfect Dental Products To particular dentists, the name French is synonymous with quality. French products have earned their enviable reputation by producing uniform and accurate results consistently. Give them an opportunity to build more business and bigger profits for you. Free Samples on request SAMUEL H. FRENCH COMPANY PLASTER MANUFACTURERS SINCE 1844 475-77 YORK AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA., U. S. A. French’s Impression Plaster French’s Regular Dental Plaster French's Slow Setting Plaster French’s "SCP" Laboratory Plaster French’s "Diamond P" Laboratory Plaster French’s "Fren-Roc" (Artificial Stone) French's Soluble Impression Plaster French's "Snow-White" Pumice Since 1876 WILLIAMS’ Dental Clothing HAS LED THEM ALL IN STYLE AND SERVICE Gowns for Assistants and Dental Hygienists SEND FOR FOLDER, SAMPLES, AND PRICES C. D. WILLIAMS COMPANY DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS 246 South 11th Street Philadelphia, Pa. 7 4e and eJlii tf-ilii bental (DjJjice Modern Dental Science demands the utmost in modern operative facilities. Make certain your first office is designed and equipped to bring you the success so eagerly anticipated by those entering private practice. Let us help you as we have helped thousands of others who give testimony that Caulk designed operating rooms are outstanding by any standard of comparison. L. D. CAULK COMPANY Temple University Branch PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA BRANCHES: Harrisburg Pittsburgh Wheeling Huntington Baltimore Newark Chicago Oakland San Francisco Executive Offices Widener Building. Philadelphia. Pa. Scientific Research Laboratories Milford. Delawaremm Standard for 22 Years mum ATTACHMENTS Proximal Contact Type STRONG • EASILY ADJUSTABLE • SPRINGY PROXIMAL PLAIN CONTACT Now in Two Types SHANK Cat. No. Size Cat. No. 327 .085" x .025" (Flat) None 321 .096" x .036" (Flat) 312 322 .115" x .036" (Flat) 315 323 125" x .036" (Flat) 313 324. .150" x.036" (Flat) 305 325 .175" x .040" (Flat) 316 None .102" x .052" (Oval) 304 None .058" Dia. (Round) 301 None . .064" Dia. (Round) 302 None 071" Dia. (Round) 303 PRICES: Round — $9.00 each; Flat and Oval — $10.00 each, complete Size Chart and Technical Literature on Request MANY HELPFUL PRACTICE- BUILDING MODELS are described in the 16-page ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST OF You are cordially invited to visit our showroom COLUMBIA DENTOFORMS If you haven't a copy, write for one. Shows interesting developments in demonstration models. COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION 131 EAST 23rd STREET NEW YORK, N. Y.A ATNESS «llt' CONSISTS DOING ■ SOME Ireat-deedwiTh ITTLE MEANS CONWELL « of To IVrH|ilc,! Founder, “Diamonds" were wherever an opjwvrtunity lor service could he (omul. Il was upon I he opportunity to serve seven young men who “wanted on education" that Temple University was first visualized. From that original enrollment of seven students taught by Dr. Conwell in 1881 Temple University has, in the span of 56 years, educated more than 100,000 young men and women. Each year, the Fournier’s Philosophy of "Education for All” is being more and more extended, developing and supplementing the ability of each new generation to live more enjoyably . . . more purposefully. TEMPLE UNIVERSITY IN PHILADELPHIA Send for our new illustrated booklet, '‘About Temple University" Alf.o copy of "ACHES OF DIAMONDS’ mailed upon requestJEFFERSON FABORATORIES 1821 SPRING GARDEN STREET. PHILADELPHIA. PA. Phone FRE. 2788 We specialize in Dental Supplies and Dental Pharmaceuticals RITtenhouse 8595 - 7200 M. E. Vanlstendal Dental Technician Medical Arts Building 16th and Walnut Streets S. J. Eaton Philadelphia. Pa. Compliments of A Friend Compliments of MR. AND MRS. MOGF.RMAN Compliments of ROBERT SCHEIN Better Known as "Red" 1811 BUTTONWOOD STREET Race 5075 Walnut 2427-2428 Pennsylvania Apparel Co. Uniforms for Women 247-249 NORTH 12th STREET PHILADELPHIA CUSTOM-MADE UNIFORMS for Dental Hygienists • • • THE HOSPITAL CLOTHING COMPANY 1107 WALNUT STREET PENr.ypacker 8576 Philadelphia■Me place of safekeeping must possess either much wanted subject matter or great physical charm . . there is no reason why a book should not possess both . . it's all a matter of planning. Of course one must know about such things as pleasing layouts .. suitable paper and other materials, and particularly about securing the most effective engravings . . our help in such matters .. and our experience . . insures added charm for any book. PHILADELPHIA WEEKS ENGRAVING COMPANY 29 NORTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. PA.ARROW QUALITY TOOLS AND SUPPLIES Quality— RRROUU —Service Wholesale Only ARROW PRODUCTS can be obtained from Any Reputable Dental Supply House TRADE MARKS ARROW NORUSTAIN NOVO ARROW SUPPLY TOOL CO. 27 West 20th St. New York, N. 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