Temple University School of Medicine - Skull Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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gg WU TEMPLE UNlVERSlTY MEDICAL SCHOQL Copyrighz 1 940 LAWRENCE D. TU Eclilor-iw ief THOMAS HARR I ,q?79ilt3W .r-3,-.w2Jf. .mwww .A qmgf:4pv.f,e.gfrffmw . ,, ' ' ' 5 ' ' ' Qki,W.'.5fu1fifnfbrXfi'bGli5'"' ' M5tGf'iFiW ,rfff ..-,f1Hf'l' . - f 7 f'2",'K L . ,,,iwm.':A3fi4l,!1f?5Ai:5-yyfaf ' X , . , .'5f H':"':"!I'f-f'i'5':4'f:'zf N31 llfwk-44211311 1Av,f,15'c:fmv 19:11,-'fw:ff1' ww-1 2 -1 x1'.lXfb'wmwAm-. f,-.,-Nu. ,.,,,,, W, , , P - 4.11 L:4:.-1:-fu-1-U - -v ' , W,,,yHf,4M,,.fv.,.,,,,,.....f--f-'-..,.--........... . M ff ,I !?':f:H'1.'r.'frr:1"1--------- rl.. JY in l"" ..A.4 ... ,,.,f .... . .gg 4,4.,,,4.n,,.l.4 , . ,, K+? ,frvfw-ff-'-W ,JH ,. .,.-. 7.11, ,:4I4,1f,:fug75q7I.1u5 ,f..,,fv,-.,. ,... . ,,. ., J., "g'1'5-A' -el, ,. A I ,943 L una-..:. L..1.4:.4,....1.,..a u-a.J,.4.,,..., .. wwf. -A x '. . ..-., W, ,. ,. ff 4K'i'-71 ,ml 'f 4.. ,peg M5 ug 2, , A?'l?'fQfgQ?'9 V .- X .. .fifkiamlivw '. , ,M was-3fiH5'Af' iIH1 X A-1 I J:2RU5!aGKwh'ih'Qr s k " ' v .. A:f"74z1 if8W7ff fv, Hr' YM! 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' ' ' li' I 1. . , 44' wwf M -W-1 :Amqnr +x,-uvnwvwf IW L H M in sf M Mm m 1 MEM W ME WEWLWQMER .1f""emR- in a far-off future, youyll come across a pile of ctusty textbooks early Ii , , y oo s packed away on the bottom shelf of a dilapidated bookcase in a hidden of the attic. And We hope that as you HOW off the dust and turn the pages of the 1Q4O "Skullf memories of four years of study and association with great d men in me icine and your fellow students will no stalgicauy arise. If they clo, our purpose has been amply fulfilled. C C N T E NT S S E N I O R S UNDERGRADUATES S O C I E T I E S F A C U L T Y N U R S E S x 1 1 J I ' x if 1.y,., .: ,qv 1 5' 1 f 1" 'V ' n - 4 1-., f 4' . 1 1 , f 1 - AL. 1 I " 1 'Xl 42" 1.1.-1 l .ff ' ' 1 , . , -vu: ' A rare combination of vigor, enthusiasm-ancl clynamic personality together with the highest degree of surgical technique and unclerstanciing, have won for Royal Nloore the actmiration and of his students. The class of nineteen forty has been privileged to receive his dedicate their annual to him. f ,-rw., Abi .' ,fu 5-4, ?i?r"CZiHg'Q-wzw ff 4' Wx ,-l:gz:4if,u-fj'? 4 ,... I af' 'Gag JOHN ROYAL MOORE 1 ., . . 1,. X J! ' X W 1 Q' l E 4 ' ' " " ljv b PARKINSON F.A.C.s. and if-Cli11iCal Surgery fl ,L . , ,,4 1 IP-:" 314 1 -1 "ir - ,- J ' W 1 CHARLES E. BEURY, AB., President of fllf? Universily NN 'N 1 ' K :xv JJn.n I u A ' 1 Y li f WI A Y I FRANK C. HAMMoND, MD., SCDQ, F.A.C.s Honorary Dean and P1'0f9SSOI' of GYTLGCOZOQQJ 015132 Qatb QI Sfurair, lig Qxpulluhtlgr pligsirizm :mb L3wsrul:1pix1s X lslvultlg K: All-livul 8: :ill tltc guhs 85 guhhcssvs tliaxt lllffL1l.'hil'II:'l tu mg zlhilitg fi: juhgunicut QI lllill Qivcp tlgis 03utli :XI tlgis slipulaxtiuu tu rvrlauu lgim lulgu tuuglit mc tliis :Art rquzillg bran' tu me us mg pzxrvuts tu slgairr mg sulistaiurv iuitlg lgim X rvlivfw lgis ncrvssitirs if rcquirrh tn luulz upmi liis utfspring in tlgv sums: fuutiug :is mg uhm lzrutlgvrs X: tu tvaxrli tlicm this Qxrt if tlgrg slgull iuisli tu luziru it lllitliunt gfvv ur ,Stipulutiun X: tlgzit bg prrrrpt, lrrtxirr, X rlwrg utlicr muhr uf iuslrurtiuu, Il fuill iiiipurt zz Imufulvhgc ut tlgv fmt tu mg uhm suns X tlgusc uf mg tvnrlgrrs X: tu hisriplvs huuuh lig zz stipnlzitiun X uutli gtfur tlyu Qiructit ut mg atlzitivuts X: zihstzxiu fruut iulizitviwr is hl'll3lP1'lL'l115 8: 1lll5PSl'!lI3f'lU1I5, El iuill gifxv un hczzhlg nwhisiuc tu :mg nur if zislzrh nut siigggrst Ling surly ruunsvl X in lilac 1lI2l1I1IL'l.' QI iuill nut gihc tu at fuunum ai prsszrrg tn pruhuru ulmrtiuu- lllitlg Hiluritg Linh iuitli lftuliuvss Qllill ilfluss mg life X 3gl1'2IlIllfC mg Qirt ll fuill nut rut pcrsuus l1ilJuriug uuhm: tlgn stuns, liut fuill lwfic ttgis tu hu hum: lug nimt fuliu urn prarstitiunurs ut tlgis Hllllfli- glutu Iulizitvfirt liuusns Q31 cuter, fuill gn iutu tlgcut fur tlic lnzncfit uf tlp: sick 8: fuill zrlishtin trum aug Eiulnuturg att uf mischief 3: rurruptiuuz Quh 21 furtlict tram tlgn sr-hurtiuu nt fnnmlcs ur mzxlcs uf frsctuelr X: slzxfws- Qfnlpit- cfwr in ruuucrtiuu fuitli mg prnfcssinuzxl prurtirn ul' nut in YIJITIIPEHLIII fuitli it, sec ut liczir, in tlic lifc nf msn fuliirlg nuglgt nut tn he spulcvu uf alxruuh, QI will fiat ggiflulgu as rcrlmuixtg tlizlt all sncli slyuulh he kept setret Qlilfllgile 21 13011511119 tu kccp this Clgzxtlg ltnfiiulztteh, ning it he ,grzmteh tu 1112 tu :ning life 8: tlp: practise nf tlqc Qwt rnspnrteh lug :ill men in all tinresl But slquulh gl trespass 84: fIiUl?XfB tlqis Cgutli, nuzg tlgc rvficvse he mg Intl giippucxzxtcs CLASS OFFICERS F. WILLIAM SAUL President C. ROBERT E. NVELLS Vice-President LAWRENCE D. STUART Secretary JACK D. MQORE Tl'9aSUI'GT f 4 , ,iz 'L.,,-1 ,K .mif,.1nf-V, ,Q-by-Q.'I3L'Q,rA4' - V' ,5F7'.'Ti'F.Zi- ,cv'3'r"f:'f" ' ,qEfsw::q4!:x, W A-mf-3,q:..:h . .,...,,.n-,,,..,.-., .' ',-.'A.,.-,,.1,.,3,,v,A-1 in ,V .'54l?55S?r6'w1-e5:vgf- '-f viiw, 1,si1f::f-- rf 3:7541 vn W. ,,. , ,. ., Wil? F qw...-.......-...., fqQf.!5Q12...'kffv wqggrqw . - Cwlifmf 1W,f,,-- , X 'Lf e-2' Q 7965 ' ' ,-,.. s'wmclg.fw-L V ,HmfAw?1vf- p ' 3'-few-va - - pf,--H ,,..,q..:...,.,.... , . ,12TC'IZT 1'1" ' JT " ' mmwv " . ,, , ,,.,.4.,f,.,.4..,-...-..,,. S bu,?j:x:,x2',',,5. , W... 1. 1 - f- Q.dNL-zvishfaf...-..,..,,.,.. m.so41l-1-.-44.p.f,...--..,-..., '15f"'I."'4"i"Z,1 .U 'ff RWM: . .fwfw-W .' 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" f-5-fQ?,'v1z'-" ,:Qi,mea+M--.-. APREUWMJXA.-K'-'-1-ff--W AQMQMIQ N... Rwiffgff ffg N . .QW'Qi5?'?'T' 'Q-.-'14 vf'f'L'1f . Y'iA?4G1:ff:f1+,f-.3 J ksmmfw un 1 "'-im-7:5-:i':fg 522: Temple Nledical stuctents get more neurology than clo students in any other medical school in this country. fwfmf'-re? -. , .ri-'?5Z5L...- -ff? . - . . 91fC9k.rT::::,: e-'....:A-1f---- 4 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,W,,,g,.M,,,...+5 ug. 3.1. ' -'-gxagiaggiggifvgpgi' 'e:3r5'1:fg,3L R55g.ViYzF55g'F5v5'4- R1 ,..r, s 'G5G.M.21Sf'i43iQsF?"f4'M :T-TE:'1i1"' ' 1'112,' I TLfJ?KVd'Jv2'-ITU!-'IYQX JEQQQQQWQ, "f'.f??i:,f?1g:i:'::.?.,...g-.ziafaumi, 'Qi " ----f - -' '.'.'..2.1'li'F',i'fYfEtY"fW",'IT2'?':. 2 -0525 During his career, Dr, Conweil spoke to ap- proxima tely 1 0.000.000. and at such places as the Tai Nlalial, Hong YEIQAA, I Kong and Stratford-anew, m Avon. ff' . .1:.',.H,'p1lNiY'l ' . .,,....,.-.-.-mn! A 'V '.'f'-:t:'cxW27'IiWl" -'flfsiyixfi 1,- K . .-.,,.,..w:s2xis ,. ',if.LQl"'1x ,,.-W, -,am :W Mx s V V- . W, ..., ,,.. .,.,-M.. ., ,,.........,,,,,.,.,.t mi 'i"If1N..,.-.4.aI:,-.-1 .,,-.,.,.u-on-fff. K W- :.:aziS'-QE s.:.x2'Es"'g. 4mlw' ..,-. ....... in-.nmwnv e- .. . . ..,r., ., .V 1:g1.?.--jg-51'g. ,,5j,3-f'f- -Mmaelsxm .3'X'fge"azifibF1ff91' TTT ' '- uafuw- ' T. Eugene Andes B.S. Lancaster, Pennsylvania Born in Lancaster, Pa., on Wlay 28, 1914 Attenciecl high school in Lancaster Attended Franklin and Niarstlail College 1Q32-1936. Senior internesnip at Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster for one year. Wright Dermatological Society. 15 - ',,.f :fm-mygg5ff5fg,5h?v,: I ,,,- L:1-:.'5'-33511: :7::'Y'T7-? I VA,l.'. , '-of-fmQ.lQfTt7 Dr. Spiegets n'1etlior.l'1.loEgifg'5g? producing experimentalui' convulsions in animals is ,i ..Y, - w-in Wtfs laeing usecl iniernaiion-QEf in researcli lor epilg fi:'ff'f"T"'?"'m tlmerapy. A 1...-ni b N I . ..,.f.wd.fw7g5. -, ....... ::-11:saaz4.ri1zif.43' .....,...,-X-AN6!v62' 1' '-1f'iT-rem" --gi-,tifgi ' i Y' F::'vQ 1 James Louis Baker Lewistown, Pennsylvania Born in Lewistown, Pa., on April 16, 1914 Attenclecl lmigli sellool in Lewistown Attenclecl Amarilla College 1951-19323 University of Florida 1955-19345 University of Alabama 1934-19355 Temple University 1935-1956- lvlarriecl to lxlary lVlarjorie Hale in 1935. Senior internesliip at U. S. lxlarine Hospital, New Qrleans, La., lor one year. 16 .41 it sa-f, " V ff" miipfiiiiaf'-' wffl' ti -4. I-.1-an 'vvrurut n ' , it .it hw mr?r7rr:G?iIao3-err'-r.m-nrv-ur -- L .g,,.g1,..e e, Eifiiei-if-'ei-2-Q., . . ,,..--.. F Igwwym .,., .,- .J f, W:49lli7"4'1 i i . fe-- iiqlpgat-: 17 4 ,eb:1-Qfw.-,- ,.,,, ' X t FZ? Lb:-1,.'f1fv - if2fffff2f"7" l 3fiQii.5.f,1...',: I - ln IQIS, Dr. Balacorlc -' " iivas commissioned a V-,- il' Lieulenant-Colonel in klle A 1,1 - B .. U. Army Medical rt ur Norman arr AB. 9 ,. 1 Q-ii.-.ii ff5gElEfQfjQigf42j11f'-tg wffggfm, Glenolclen, Pennsylvania Born in Philaclelpliia, Pa., on May 15, 1914 Attended high Sehool in Glenelden Attended Tusculum College 1Qj2-IQB6. Senior interneslwip at Royal ilulailee Hospital, Victoria, B.C., f01' OT16 year. Phi Chi Fraternity. 17 Gilbert Barron AB. San Diego, California Born in San Diego, Cat., on ixiay 29, 1915 Attenctect tiigtci sctmoot in San Diego Attenctect Stanford University 193211936 Senior internestiip at Pennsylvania Hospitat, Phitactetptlia. , 55Q,g.g,: ..... . a., for two years. Baiococtc Surgical Society. Phi Chi Fraternity. 18 - "'E'w,"v5! .,,.,:. :- '11 iff: :lair ,,':X5i5zf-?-Wv1-f-1.,----- fjgtbjggegxe ,'259,W55V3n:LL.-... ' f rsgvldfsffezm ,n -'+1:,,1.,,x....-W., , lvfiklrrrr' . - .. ,. 'tv"."r,""" TQK1-ifialzzl . 1-.1 ' :. Dr, Arnotcts book Utaocat and Otcitime Sketches in tile Yougti Region," in 1908. is in titararies ot ttle great historical societies timrougtiout the country. in-....- - -H' . : .... . ..,......,- - Yrggaynf-.f. ., .. .. , . - BH fmt- 'ww' Francis Michael Beiiarmin vielmifh swf-?3e++w , ' " A-M I 1 , -, --., ,.v.3H-Stas. r -:n vi' LAi6.1Q'f4C77KTMAVhW2Nl-V?? fkKQZQk,h. -R-vfifl-'.IlLf.Q:.-.-....-.W ...1..'f','3,-ff4f-E529 AV" ,4-, 1 ..., ,Z .,... f...,-m-.i.,,a,,.., -,,.,.. ,,.. ....-.,.,,,.,' -wwfw - A ,xf '--- , ., vm.mn.mv " . ' ' ''"tf?'jfif3'?5fff?fGti:,,, w '- B.S Born in Phi Attended Cen Attended Viilano Senior internesiiip V- -L-L-ikgwifuw' for one year hx vfn- L ' x giffiaww n4-- Ph' AI 11 5- .1 p a igma . -X Dr- Xvarcl wrote time Chapter on Periarieriiis ----if-Afjlifiliwl Nociosa in Brennemann's J .H.i,f"m2f'NE,' Practice of Pediatrics. 4' "H 31?-'ffiyvy' .-f3f',.'g:Q:t,1.,......""M""FW 19 -:- 1---fwarsrni' O Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Zaclelpttia, Pa., on Iune 20 , 1915 trai High School in Piiilacieipiuia va College IQ52-1Q36. at St. Niar 1' H Fraternity. 5 s ospitai, Philadelphia, Pa Jolrln W. Bennett II -vr+f1zf , A A fscvrqzsmmm ..,. W '7 "111',1'.'1':fT?:7I:21,L'JLL?5:.wlstczimz'5AfQ3i -0- 'V - ., :.-1'1:'.if:f.1:vi::fie9x'-ie.,.,',:.. 55:2-:I'tfli"i". - 4 , X " "fi-vw1z'f SW' t.....zz1w2ws Alter extensive its characteristics, Dr. Fay namecl llis originglljxjffwtigf-m'4 Spiller Synclromen aliEf5JSIT1," "'.'.a l'lE1lm luis former claielf at' Universily ol: Penpmsjjllgil - g l i? vania. .......m"' 1 ?f"- ' . ..: :.i:.-nxmty.f1- A 1 WW? ....-:g11:ga:gfga3Si5 M- ..,. -..,...M...., 1.14.-'1:iE'gP 15',l ,. .ax .....g, ..,tc-Riwwm W' Northfield, lxflassacliusetts Born in Chicago, lll., on April 2, 1912 Attenclecl Staunton lVlilitary Academy Attenclecl lvlassaclnusetts State College 1931-1952: Tufts College 1952-1955g Dulce University 1932-1956. lvlarriecl to Nlaxine Slleclcly in 1935. Junior internesluip at Boston City Hospital, Boston, Mass. Senior interneslmip at Watts Hospital, Durliam, N. C., for one year. Plii Clli Fraternity. 20 1 - 'F -1. A". , ,ff 'UK "' J X 1 . 4530 ff., f 4.149-f 'fi' ff:-' :wif MS? L , , ity., xg S W? HZ. xi 15" 5, 2' .. 5 ff av' .A arg X, ff 3, W s 1 lv,?2'2i: lf2f"'wwS ' .l 4 gm... William August Black BS. Pocatello, lclatio Born in Coeur cl'Alene, lclatio, Ianuary 25, lQl7 Attenclecl high school at Pocatello Attencilecl llniversity of lclatlo 1933-1956: Unixfersity of Utah Medical Sclmool IQB6-1Q38. Nlarriecl to Barlaara Richards in 1958. Senior internestiip at St. James Hospital, Butte, Montana, for one year. Wright Derrnatological Society. Ptli Beta Pi Fraternity. 21 . ..-1 v'4L??gf5?i- .1ze 5..,.u..Q' . 1.1.-.: .f......,.Q.if:.. .' .M-'- a1 f.'.'.-f?3fff't"'ff"f""g'L A 'fli-7-'M "Ti . .Q-:swf-11'?fg'??. I ,11-- -- if .afzwsitrsrfzg-ff-2 - ,rxi'fQ,v4:E4.Q.f::':,'f "-- ' 'A IG :.ig-1'.. , Dr. Steel is a cliarter memlner of the American College ol Surgeons. ancl Qfifkflififfb.--A of llme American Board ot Surgery. New A .,71.....-. . .. 377:-N. .., .. "35:??? .,.. ., Wriri, ,VT wg-, rPCIii7-71?3i'f--'WA faixld:::-1-:--' Irvin Thomas Blanchard BS. VVoodianc,i, North Carolina Born in Vvoocllancl, N. C., on February 1, 1Q17 Attended high sciiooi in VX7oocHanct Attended Vvaice Forest College 1953-19365 Wake Forest Nieciicai School IQ56-1Q5S. Junior internesiiip at Park View Hospital, Rocky Niountain, N. C. Senior interneship at City iwemoriai Hospital, Winston- Saiem, N. C., for one year. Phi Chi Fraternity. 22 ,i.f:,1e2f- ., -v r eyz-uw f .. J.-:f.,.,.-.,..,..v..i:.,.-. , .:, 'T""'i"ms.-Q fm-in - ,,.,.- a.,,. ----Y ws. ,--- ' 35 F479 LVL'- . 5. Q my , Aw.vQ.LXGlwlyfw---- '- "'-'f jg-gigs-,fpj:1f.. mf:L1.l.f..i-.1.- . xi'554?IiE5f:L5:-:'.': . ,x..-im,-W.. .....-..-.... Dr. Koimer, with Dr. Jay F. Sclianiiaerg. organized the Dermatologicai Re- search Laboratories to succeed in soiving tile "'2D5fifi'1'i'3'1'-' preparation of salvarsan 'WUXL :i'i- , 'rwwmggmi-fr and neoszxlvarsan, in W 1 14. W 9 fi 44 gt' .,.,..p,LQ'i' ' ' ' .lF5?'54':"'Ti7' if . 1151 'PX' V - ' 5-'7"'. ' T-'HHH vfxydp a-:ft , Aa-,,,7 "f f-1 ' 'HM L R-.'fY,VAki'Af.fr5wlJ.fi'cqJ53,rQgQ1SjfyXfa4.y., ' ff,2ife.QQ..g4.,.. , - A A-fn--.ve-ff if---virgo: : -:wma ' ' ' ""' 1' , .. .,., ,,,,, ,.-. ...- ,,, H H 1 ""' ' ' " .''.'.'f1f1L'Ti'.'fI"ff:fEt'f?'5f'.-.l,ln . .-., ': 'SAE23 giaiyiis'-I Fw: 'ff'-if - '--'4 -'f-1"-fm-ie4w,wL,w VT-vmwlawg-.F e.,.vQigrib5q iffy-vmc -' '14 ',-185 5- Dr. Steel has been presi- cient of the Babcock Sur- m,,,,,,f,",,IESb, gical Society since its or- ganization in October 1905. -.,.....,,,,4 "-Miz.--"m'm'..,........---ee, .Q ..-.i-,.wwHS- K f e- :M --13 1,315 vu . . e 'c ---- . i T753 2 53" ... .,.. ..-Mc-.mawvr - ..,.....,..', -- "" f"'.r".-:.L.t, . ., i......-2- . e ?E5WWH"" ODE LIOIIII Leroy Bowers BS. Sciluyuciii Haven, Pennsylvania Born in Nor:-istown, Pa., on December 4, 1909 Attended Svvaveiy School, Nianassas, Virginia Attended Franklin and Marshall College 1930-1954. S J if Hos itat, Reading, Pa. Junior internestmip at t. osep s p Senior internesiiip at St. Josephss Hospitai, Reading, Pa year. Wright Dermatologicat Society. Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 23 for .5333 'la mfg 'MI 5,511.5 ' f. 23:51 "fi-' ' .'3!:kAe:'5?3fef'?W' vfiMl't???E11'ff9Z:f.S'i?1ER'-Pf.:'r... -r--tw--V.-are---V - ' ' ' - - 4- -f-1:4 --efzfarrrumn-wi-'NH , U jg-'ff-'zzifi :team .'E....,...an-va:-urfnff-iggoi.E?iitfn,,fa,q,gw'i"" ' -f-an -- -- U., -i .....a.,1x-Mg -- , .,.f..y..-, ygrmtm , Y . .--l!:5...,, S -- 4'-wcwrabxflif ...a....f,3gu2a-Zuis X Q1 sziftfx-wggt Dr. Fay was selecteol lwytgg,-I llwe American College of Surgeons, in 1932, to write tlxe "History of Olcl Bloekleyf' 7 f r' . .-i.wffL.' a-it -attrit- .,.,,,.a,MS1a. ..t..-...-.ai Je... ,M,....w.ww- ..-,,..o... .va L . .... ...nm ,Mn A f . . .,.. ...,...fs:: ,,.,. ..,..,.-A umwnnr , ,, ,......-.Ta- ,. ,i......-Q , 1 'e-a-eea.L.,:,Fa-f-- ' W J ' Charles Antlrony Bream BS. Midland, Pennsylvania Born in Midland, Pa., on Mai-clt 15, 1915 Attended high aehool in Midland Attended Grove City College 1952-1956. Junior interneslmip at St. Vincentys Hospital, New York, N. Y. Senior interneslrip at lVlercy Hospital, Pittslourgll, Pa., for one year. Wright Dermatological Society. Alplua Kappa Kappa Fraternity. 24 Mi.. . .. ---- Slv' , f 1 . . .X , Sir . ' II , , , - 1, ., , '-v ' .fa-. . A -""" " ' 1 - ' A. -v .w.m,,,,.m,,. ' - A - .wr ,.,?Ef11-Casey:fir'-.-..-- 'Q n- 8 ,I x ,, 1 , A 2' 9.1,-' L + - . 314' ,x:f'E?1,VYE5F1"?Qlf.',fl' ' ,:+HL:+?F'5'f-www -. ggizbxiwiw- -----'---- T ire Nlunicipal Hospi tai, "'- originated in 1726, was first known as the Upest .-Jri::9gf1Q"f." House-" George Brown Jf. Yfimwvf- :L B 5 - ' Y-gfqati.gf.-. vu-ann-ilk EIL..- f7fff4i7r'1?i4T' - "W5Aw49se2xaf1fesd:ee:f.f1sf-54.5.1 .,.V. all . . 'rf'-MW'ff'f7fgsfSff2:i wi Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania "mq"'iLm""L"ia'w5" Born in Pililaclelpiliu, Pa., on April 7, 1914 Attended high sciiooi in Lower Nloreianci, Pa. Attended Gettysburg College 1952-19535 Wake Forest Coi- iege 1955-1Q563 Wake Forest Nieciicai Sciiooi 1Q56-1Qf',8. Junior internesiiip at Aioington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Pa. Senior internesirip at Abington Niernoriai Hospital, Abington, Pa., for two years. Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. 25 Maurice L. Brown BS. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Pliiladelpliia, Pa., on September 15, 1915 Attended West Philadelphia High School Attended Temple University 1955-1936. Nlarried to Edith Slayer in 1939. Senior internesliip at Pliiladelpliia General Hospital, Phila- clelpllia, Pa., for two years. Wright Dermatological Society. 26 .....,a.i Me, -pil, .Ma sc.. ..i. W 1 ---- a,,...,........... . . "' A ,JSM ggujje-ja:i::.'w--ii - e .ki '?'5'5Lf-re wh.f,?Xf15': WieyiSet21:i?:c:': . "5-fb' 'nm-'-5--. . ., ' --,if ,4!i11iQ3Ev,- ,... . . ' .. 'mtfrwff' '-Sim-752-falifg .11 1-xg: ....., vig can Dr. Arnolclls "Temple Treatment for Eclampsian is tlie only one recom- mended in tl'1e authorita- tive text on tlterapeuiics lay Beclcman. fW'W!'eerr....,.. ' i i'2i0i?l6iai2iA.LJ:i. -. . . h Clrarles William Byrol ZQ3ZE:E,5?5vi5.QQ E315752'rgnrfsv-mx.:-:gg:.f.::amr,.i::as::4r1 , ,.... V ww . '7 if 1'-'f 'Qfff5tifC'E1E'1IlT.fQ.'2f4'-IRTSS 72 "'Af'Kf. H" ---"" "'z1I'.'.'1'::gf.'Z5L".'?lti'Z81'Zf!?f.........ha . --i...vfp,gg+xfJ4.'?jl4fXw " ,mmigijsim L '1z.v:,c:.5'.wfA?' l, :"":4:t'fz. .1 'rfafztt .--.l,.Qf,1.jaaN .smnum- Dr. Riclpalli is a past A7Tf'l':i . president ol tl1e American """"'ffjQ1:1ff N Acacleiny of Oplltlualmol-ug, ogy ancl Oto-Laryngolog-yr'-n-H " - ' :Sm ' --M..-fm' ' ew ....,-zc.:u.'uHyfflf , I ---:z-'-f'W"",.-- ,,.. ,...,, B. BS. Bunnlevel, North Carolina Born in BUITTLZBQGZ, N. C., on August 2, 1914 Attenclecl l1igl1 scliool in Bunnlevel Attenolecl Vvalce Forest College 1952-19365 Wake Forest Medical School 1956-1958. Junior internesliip at Pittman Hospital, Fayetteville, N. C. Senior internesliip at Cllurcli Home ancl Infirmary, Baltimore, Nlcl., for one year. Phi Chi Fraternity. 27 Hugh Harrington Calhoun 53R'fQiH aav3"'j"' ah Y1,-fiuifsaiiiwlf3imi+iwsv.0.1eaiN. :Tix 'lL'1QZr1?'i'4b' fvififavw-iuiigigfiwfwviia-L -.,-'- 'B-""""Y"':f'Q--ivrw'-'1.v . W f 'fH!.QXXHg'1l . 1"wifi:::f:g1::u::.':.:...gnina, M I h I ' - --- i f V '-"cr-wf2"1ew4'fi,a ,. V .i ,.,-, ..,i. mu: ' '- Dr. Livingston is include . H . ed ln Alnerlcan Men of ,. T" -,...,.:w-gf, ,,4'Fi" d, 5 .- .www ......i.. , ,r-, ' 9:14135 GYLQU i 1-w'.w:'fW,r .... . :Q A .V -,.,-ua-hx , 1119" kt' 'Ai--:rf x .H-ffQ'f524 - wa:rv?i' .,-W, I rin '-i"iizi'g1. .. ..f,uM.w. H. ,.i.........,4,,W3, : ,. -,..Ww..q-ig-v-nl Science." ,, , if .NEAR A- I-'Is-5-'L ' ' ... .. .f,iii,5mgQ7,2jk?' .. .. .x.iv..w.-ur Swarttimore, Pennsylvania Born in Charlotte-sviue, Va., on Iuly 25, 1916 Attended high school in Swarthmore Attended Swarthmore College 1Q52-1Q342 Temple University 1934-1936- Senior interneship at Bryn ixflawr Hospital, Bryn Nlawr, Pa., for one year. Wright Society. Phi Chi Fi-aieriiiiy. 28 John Sparkes Chaffee AB. Erie, Pennsylvania Born in Erie, Pa., on May 16, 1914 Attended tligti school in Erie Attended Colgate University 1952-1956. Junior interneship at Iola Sanitarium, Rochester, N. Y. f """ 'A Senior internestiip at Episcopal Hospital, Philacleipiiiaf Pa., for three years. Babcock Surgical Society. Phi Chi Fraternity. 29 K4-Er df 1 "U':': EEZ-. Qgguygqgy, . ,.,. ...... - fQf9,X'fak9A!ct::4:4..... x ..-. ..... ...... EJS?Sf7Y"."T p -. -.-.n ---. ' 3,Sqe,:rg5Q,..'.1 '17'I10'-"'.'J'-:x- 4. In 1907, Dr. Babcock ac- "" ' ,pepleci the Professorship ac31h?5!?r.': "" 1" . --- . .. 'U'!'.'f1ET"" 'Y of Oral Surgery at the Phila. Dental College, now TU. Dental School. .favs ':'::-- -- ' ..D'H':!-f......,. 'f...- - W, Kenneth William Ciiristenberry BS. Knoxville, Tennessee Born in Krioxuitle, Tenn., on fame 21, 1915 Attenclect high school in Knoxville Attended University of Tennessee 1933-1956. Married to June Elizabeth McCoy in 1954. 1 4 . C Senior lnternesiup at Rex Hospital, Raleigh, N. year. Babcock Surgical Society. Phi Chi Fraternity. 30 POI' 0116 .1 -rdf: 1 :yin 'var 'I K 4- n n umm- - 1 ,age--7 - , .z jm i-: :'...?fx"" in A, r - 5 ,iv-Egan.--:::r':1::u:::-tu-::-z ,:5v:lyf,r'Ph-.. .,.... 1. -A ----- ----- H L, s A' l?,.i3gAl'3fiK-'i""' 5' 55 .-r- ' """l:-in ,33wj1Qief5x.,..-......... ' pmwifiigsm 'J-ff.'.5f.-.-M.-.. 'pg A---J-., .,i,, . . wlxffeafmssive- igiimic-.- .- -- . .. .. !Z"E'T"' gas.. .-.. .... ' Nsififlrl-3 The Samaritan Hospital was formally ctecticateci on January 50. 1892, with a beet capacity for 20 patients, now with 500 beats as tile Temple University Hospital. '- .,.....,..,m...,......,..,,.. ,..... , . . .Q x.,. at , E iii iwegirlihig. f5rgs1miig.:1'.ii,. giseikam .M-w,:rnr4:xxvf.v.-:n::::1mq5:g5Q5ag' 'Axis 1--1--"'B!f'f8?f iv-.xww Q, ' . 'S 4: fl: .,,:'1:::3z..'.: xr' T7 - ' ..-.,,.,-, ,. -...L-..-.-,-4.-.nt-J-mv!-8.. JA. """IRF , , , ... , : 1 .'-12342430 1,1122 ,1 "w-T.,.,.,,:,,,,.,xq,g- - e.f.w'viT , A ::1v:,v,wx4I7 , ,..,L.s.,T .. 41 The medical sciwoi ieacir-I ing staff numbers 265 men and YVOYHCII, EIS COIN- pareci to 20, originaiiy. ,., ...nm - p ,Sgr ..r.-my ..,...,.,,.,,,.v rv- ' fain --fart-' -.. wwf-'i.Y1w, Y M----Hemi-ggm i,,,......M.-qt-.1-5-I--1 ..--,,....-. 4 x -- -' :g.:ciQ2',1i,'E' .. rg: Diff' .... ...,,,......mu,rg.Ij.Fi2'Qi"' ,....m.w-ur -wnfwr.-9-5-'ef . .,. ,..........--N ' . S ' 1'1'111:-asses!-' A -- apgiiezgiw ' i Y ' r I i I 1 E John Lawrence BFG AB. Fiorence, Soutir Carolina Born in Lexington, Ky., on October 14, 1915 Attencieci Cuiver Niiiitary Academy in Culver, indiana Attencieci University oi North Caroiina 1952-1956. Niarrieci to Niargaret Spenser in 1956. Junior internesiiip at Temple University' Hospitai in Piiiia cieipiria, Pa. Senior internesiuip at Ternpie University Hospitai in Piriia deipiaia, Pa., for two years. 31 ... . .-.-tv 33?-Q". rfwfia-fitffft s.:,JF.g-55T ,-151 11251,-gig ATX if 512-minm.m,.1,qi.1mSf'w.2Au531-.., "--- 'W' xx:-gd: ',::',',r.e''1wrNJH1-f'1Ts'f1?i1?isYS-I'B?ie'4nfv23.22,:.. Q-'f::'::'11 ,...-:ac ,s,.A...,,f.4-fi1s-,:-f:gff,tq..i5t.-.m,-,,3mf- . ..,- .,.. -,J se.71fw33'::, ..,,,,..-. ....... ,, . . ,,, ..,,.: ..,. ,, , , , , w.-,Vt.yffflknfwffjyfzfl-.H , t .. ,, - 51-'eff-2fH',"" , 1 ' , 1ift?fff4Z'F'-'wi Y' ' f- w -rzwnbki 4' ........zu:a4-:ws ' ,bijffff e fi H --mfr. Time title Temple Uni- ,fig - H ' "'2":':: versity was grantecl our j5'f,Q""'1' ...-. Ngwmsrmi university by tile courts in 1 907. . ,.,,,,,5..t-.W-I-, 2 .5514 t SQQRK ' "WDM" .43 ' of ' ,... ., ,xv A ',-- l V .,.. 1 ,F-Eg, ,., ,,.. sr-,..,.., -.fnuvnei 1 , 4- .Tr-....g--T...-.---f L'. .... ,. ,...g.,.,7,,1,:.,-Qlgfllfn-sex-ff-rv" .1 -,mme ,swu'sgx.f:p3,igWfIfP'e" -- L E!?J3HFff"' Joseph Raymond COHIICHY AB. Jersey City, New Jersey Born in Perth Amboy, N. I., on September 26, 1914 Attencieci Lincoln High School, Jersey City Attencieci St. Peteris College 1Q'j2'1Q'j6. Senior internesilip at Temple Llniversity Hospital, Piliiaciei piiia, Pa., for two years. Baiococic Surgical Society. 32 Robert Arttlur Cooper BS. PCHHSHUICCH, New Jersey Born in Pennsauleen, N. on December 26, 1908 Attended high school in Camden, N. J. Attended Temple University 1952-1956. Senior interneship at Cooper Hospital, Camden, N. J., for one year. 33 ..f-mls .. 17 5 V .. . . ,,..w..nuv.mv- . . . . . , -- ' -..M V '-- -'s""f' f' A-.-,W...,....m-M.. df :'f'C"'1..:2-1,E'f:f:F'f53E?:fr':?:'r--1- --r-- ,.. . V-wY:,.sa?a:f:.'f. ,-:---'- A I ,!7:f. gi.:-, K' n6S'efev-fl' 11, . . .. . H.- . ,,xl'3'l'f?1 :1-'iQf,'.f 1 ,4fi53ibRlfZm - ww 1 ,j,i',g,Si,Xtw:cw,zaa,-,... i5i?Lxi'fFirE'i::4A" A .N ,,. . ,...., .. H '. ' vf'55f?!if55Z5:'.- - S535-Ei-ALF.: In19o4 there were 4 beds for teaching purposes in the maternity ward for only 2 students in the class, 'Fm'-"'?'5E?:g:.. .I fi. ' lf'-:'!:'-:H-.-. , .. . , . , ur. 'Q-w5wNmmofm:f1:w:ff.i::.1e:.1:Q..:,,... H n Mary Catherine Courtner AB. Nashville, Tennessee Born in Marshall, lvlo., on May 7, 1914 Attenclecl high school in Cvreeneville, Tenn. Attended Tusculum College 1931-1936. Senior interneship at New Yorlc lnllirmary lor Women ancl Chilclren, New Yorlc, N, Y., lor one year. ,.x+iyQb5A:c.L1: '- ' Jgwzvizuzcp. :inn ,iffy "." " HY ,4gy?.aLS52isLv.- -- I., ..... lgfgtf-3517.4-1eb:yxl',vv11. Z'5l'4liF1t3i3f.' .- -'Qnqf - . '4blALAru.':::'-f- - "42c3fxD::1-24::e'f. 3 4 1, uwf H.-. . W A ., , ,..W..... .,n?.snf:ff,L,L.W.:-'z-.'fi:. . . .xL7sw'I'f""f1i"' .. . ,... 1. . 111 Dr. Kolmer, in the past 22 years, has pululishecl over 400 papers on re- search in immunology nncl loacieriology. new -im-. Q f '?w:r:i...-. , 1,1 rQ .Z- 7' ,M?.,.,1r, . . - . . ' -XZ v- - K. , . 1 ', Q. .' Q..-j I q -2g:?:-,-- - .xx ,D .,4 as v - ,- 4 -' 1 -N 'xxsb-G Jn. ' lr -f'-V 1. ' .wmn .- . 9' ' 1 vzggizfg-t' f. - . Q . . ' 'vv"i.i 'N X - xx: Tun ,Q "'1"'xf I. N-nw N, Harry J. Davis BS. Utica, New York Born in Utica, N. Y., on April 18, 1915 Attended Utica Free Academy Attended Trinity College 1952-1956. ' 'A" f:1q,5rv11:L':::.'i .'...'. My :vii ':'i l i'-' Junior internestiip at Philadelphia State Hospital, Philadel- "t'7'W7"f'fm-A''ruin Phia, Pa. eQgmxf4J525uw1 Senior internestiip at Nassau County Hospital, Mineola '- 1.-Jn-:,v,o.vx9f A '--' '-'W-Triad - " D . fftffgx Long Island, New York, for one year. r. Coiiens staff at line lnyl W,jjjfg,13.,. Eaglevilie Sanitarium was , , , ...-.,.....,..,.w-3-1-1-, among the first in iIllS,..-,TT,I country to employ arti- fff524i5'f'33K7 ticial pneumothorax. at if . .t.. . I In ' ,.:,.h-aaizigzpjralf 35 - -v-' '- Reese DHWSOH ue2a'ff.w?+fffs, . ..,. .,.1.,,,., LM- Mew., .,., .,.-. .. . . -..,. ... .. .,..-.-,,.fr.X.of..A M V M ,....-:,.1.v:.,..1.ar...:-,wr-:auf .1 - ww. - 1 , . - ':-1-.'A,-me-mgwfaw "V -"-wwwit 15 ,. -e..4...mXi1f2S2?i5 X "LYFLGpL7.6.i':i 9 , Dr. C. Jacksonls book, X "Tracl1eoloroncl1os copy E Esopilagoscopy, and 1 f 'bw v 1--,431 1 1... troscopyf' in 1907, mar-lg 1 """ W"""'A ' .-.,r.wv. . K ecl lmim internationally as a pioneer in broncl1oscopy?"" , ..,.....e-L . . .1,-.:.'fStu'XiFvgf.L!, .... ,1LL::'gaiefwsf4v .,.....,......n.qnnunY' 'X :J 1 .2 tff Freeclorn, Pennsylvania Born in Freedom, Pa., on May 15, 1915 Attended iligii sclriool in Freedom Attended Grove City Junior interneship at N. Y. Senior internesliip at for one year. Alplua Kappa Kappa 36 College 1953-1956. St. Vincentls Hospital in New Yorlc St. Francis Hospital, PittSlJUTgl1, Pa Fraternity, .Q Roloert Reynolds Deen Port Royal, Pennsylvania Born in Port Royal, Pa., on September 17, 1915 Attended high school in Port Royal Attended Ursinus College 1952-1956. Senior interneslmip at U. S. Naval Hospital for one year. 37 N gg, '..m::EL ' f : 1LT l-M - - Z: 'fee1L:':."':f!1 .fe ,4:e'5Qi4?i,.-....... . ' . 'g 1: H.'1J'::,'.'A"""' f 12.15.-:J . fr-f. M.. ..... - ,-..vA..-,, .. M , M...-...,-.... Mitiiftf w,:g:f5f'f::" ' lvgtlggi:-1sgj:L1.1 -:mL1,i:::'i:E.t7 ' 7ltsM.'iX4S ' -,--' .. .. 'zvzv:--f- , ..., . MA 2 1-,217 ima' 1 Dr. Gerliarcl, wlio estala- lislmecl tlue distinction loe- iween typlloicl anal typlius fevers, suggestecl tlie re- naming of Bloclcley to lgliila. Hospital. 5... .. .,.,....... f -,, . . .. !'1fXiQ33i59S'l'5.-...:'.s Gm ar Delbert Dekker RN., B.S. Eclgeley, North Dakota Born in Eclgeley, N. D., November 1, 1911 Attended high school in Ectgeley Attended Ellenclale State Normal and Industrial School 1952- 1955: North Dakota University 1955-1937. Senior internestlip at St. Josephys Hospital, St. Paul, Minn., for one year. 38 .Aww 1 '. -WC .... .A ,.,. W9 lrr7KI"JbVY 1 . .L ., , , , .M Mui: , , t'- -' -G+.-W,-..m..,... . ':S...,.,.. a--..L,.,,MW,H -J: ,W .4-qgja. 'zrfzm---r':'r:.,...., -.,.. ... - .eg-i1m.f , ., am. .su . . .. ---.- ag 53 .11 155-"Jf..-. ..,. .. 1 A L6EQ'Zf,:jgji,,j I ,fr-X... Abgwqgw mx., .... , M .Wm .M ......,... e 1,-as--. waswam. ..--.. j?,!,'fE-M32!G.':L:g,-.,.. filiiptiiyrrifgiieu .-i:Qvg.11:fi1::' - Dr. McNair-Scott and an associate are responsible for our present knowledge of Lymplio-Cimorio Men- Qdfltliiiflir .-v.f'--. ' ,. .. 'zwfrref-W ,,,. - '-Qiw:-Lafzz. .. ' ' ingitis. .... ,. -1... . , ""flZ".,Ag1"'w f 7-1 "'m?x' ci ' "fig-lEi4f4fQ'f'41".a...4".A1,-g. X 1 ,,,, .1 ::'.v:1svJ.i::nniJ11qt?Q',ag3rq:,,gg:vr,9g,, --" ....-....:t1f,1,2t::QEi,.L1 ' - -:Hg-,f1"z1r:::::5,a,....,..s,r,,.,,, - ram ' 4 r 0x1rJ.h.rvP ' x. :::1'hfE5??H ,', 1 V - -' :.'-.-:cwvvmu-: The first pneumotliorax refill done entirely under' the lluoroscope was clone at Temple University W 5 '-fnmwzsugaf ..,.,,.J,gaiab1l5 ifgiiiggf-"1 F .. ,.,,. W.-X' - - -,,,..r q 9 ,.., - 5-Hi a-,..w.W:m Hospital. --ew .. ,- .,W,..q....., ..4:,-o..1lM- x 'Y f- 1 '.-:M--rj 3. . ...am . . s..ZJ-'k'.ZUn'X1F'rfT f . ..... .... -..1-MMNKQHQET' V-: 1't-argrgrnrf' '.n1.. ,. -,.-,.:..-,--:fTvr- ::'1:rv I ygggaw Frank S. Deming B.S. Gloversville, New York Born in Glover-sville, N. Y., May 12, 1912 Attended Swavely School, Manassas, Virginia Attended University of Florida IQ'-51-IQB6. Married to Helen Louise Scriloner in 1955. Senior internesluip at Temple University Hospital, Plliladel plmia, Pa., for two years. 39 'ffxw-QU TQY75, Wf.w' 'JEaQ:::3iEfiS:v':tA. Hffwsfv-kwfrwwfwifieemv ':T"rF1fi'1:mgr,:c1f:zf: 1 .:' ,,""" " Jnvhwkwllhihgxbyagmwqfgow V .....,..mfmuq-Mfr? , Xu, , A Q2 il I1"'??',"f' f - X--i f-fw.-,f.- arN7'a"M . .... .,,..,,,, .,-.,..... ,..... .TM W.:-.,,.L.HL.:H,,:, he J K., ,,,Y ..i-..r.. .,..-.-., , . H V Y 1 ' ' ,.. , .. , , ,.,. 4.-.vmvx-'Lia-.nlxlf ' i. . Q 1:t5'iiaiiw'f"ff" -"rf H. t V 'J f"I7f.ff,L!41QQ1llX!l Wtfji MH-vm Wx . .W-.,.znw.2e2vXs '-f'..ff:,.f..s.vs9'C .-.ff f',ff27f2?E55: Emil, emiaaiming lecifni- cian, has emimimeci more than 7000 cadavers in i1is'gjgjjj,gfQ""i,:?:nN -5 40 years of experience. "'7l7lA ' .,.-,,...,.-4 ,lu K i+CIE4,.5,gi??Q,7 . ..., W .,.,,. gi fb - ,...-.f.mi , 4-,...,4.. -" , ' 1 fix .,... i:g',:.:,'zei.i,5g'f,f ..,-iW......... ,V,vAx4 Tm, --: ,Q Edith Dumoff PSHIIS Grove, New Jersey Born in Penns Grove, N. on November 22, 1916 Attended high school in Penns Grove - Attended University of Pennsylvania 1935-19553 Temple University 1955-1956. Junior internesiaip at Allentown State Hospital, Aiientovvn, Pa. Senior internesiaip at Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown, Pa., for one year. 40 i I qw' .JA4..,-x.- M. , . . - 1 21 '-2 .53-A if -- --L .. ,.-A.'c.,,....-..-f.r..,,.,.n . -- . V , . .a.,.-m,m.,.,M., A dyyyfgae.,imferaifaeaeeefiffaei,.-T X xggaigvaczmvz-:'.r:u.,. ..... -.- ugea .eq NJA-'1-"5r,j' W"- 511551 I fl Q' ' .-.. ...Dre Smith and Fay are 344. , .- Tlhivrnff 71' ' me -L nt-1-,-ia. -responsible for the in- ception anci use of cold . 1 r' i- ' the George Eoiw aroi Frssei .njeaagaa.fa1,.gQfi1e'ZF'ifS3il?Xe lfgmj 1915955-'fvt I A-'- isease. BS. York, Pennsylvania Born in York, Pa., on Magi 10, 1914 Attencieci William Penn Senior High School at Yoric Attencieci Ursinus College 1952-1956. Junior internesiiip at Germantown Hospital, Philadelphia, Senior internesiiip at Germantown Hospital, Philadelphia, for two years. Alpha Kappa Kappa Fraternity. 41 Vim-alfa-zfgv. 1 Ha.. , , .,. E'r:f--- -- .-... , ,,.:..5..4 ' ' 1.55551-1-.T. .... .. , . ' , ,V .0 ""'f'lI".,:'T? 'Q 22fg'.v2isf3fim: Robert Peter Francis Fitzgerald Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bom in New York City, N. Y., on February Attended high school in Linden, N. Attended Villanova College 1932-1956, Married to Kathleen Helen Taslier in 1957. Senior internestiip at New Yorlc City Hospit N. Y., for two years. Phi Alplia Sigma Fraternity. 42 B.S. 7, 1915 J. al, NEW YOI'1C, ...i ...HV .-,.-1 v Miva:-u a nii 1- 4+-. mm.- ..::s:" -. 'e - e--....-.-.... 41,4 W, J. 5 W fi- hw -ppt.-:v::r':.:':::::o1:- .--- J. --r new g3,'9gffQE'sr'-1e1?ri.if:2iS ii" A a. . ":7"vvm---- 4 ..... . .,,... - 'e-- want-FxnL'1"h V 'N ' -:iz-:ri ,y...?ol,i1ff1ifr-" 7EQ22i":':: - . Nearly 150.000 individ- ual laboratory examina- tions are performed each year in ilie tiospital, to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. :auf .A L Q 1 5 RotJertRitct1ie Frantz J A . ffliffw . I' " ' L' I" ' " Y ivldH:1'5fSi:ip7"l7'A , - ' 1nzfat-?if::x:1::'z:31:g:a::,:s'iv 1 'A ' --A -- 1--r:::::aw2:z28e!iM.., ...:1. . .. ,,,, ,A -.L-A-fur ' , , "':E:1':7'fF?v Each year 50 caclavers are dissected by fresh- man stuclents, and 3 to 5 are specially dissected tor teiwlling purposes. '-f'-7.-.V1':.v14.rligki.mh: "1-'. -f,yl""-',,,,,,,.U. -,F M.w1.a.2:s53,s s "L'lZG:i?.gJxA X4 ...mm , - -znfmzffev . . ,.v:.-:egg Qgggum i::T ...-..,,.Wf,LM L -- -V ' , ,,..4..-mn I .....,,....,.41..,+g.QSs' .-.-. ,..........qvnvunr e---.wefiqq-5:1-gs' . .N ' : . ':..-neges?-.-a:7:aq::::,:' B.S. Piliiacieiptii Born in Philadelphia, a, Pennsylvania Pa., on fanuary 19, 1915 Attended South Philadelphia High Sctxooi I Attended Ursinus College 1951-1955. Junior internesiuip at A town, Pa. Senior interneship at A town, Pa., for one year. Phi Chi Fraternity. ' 43 Hentown General Hospital, Allen- Hentown General Hospital, Allen Cliarles Porter Gololsmitli mififiiga'-iif.i-fswgifiasu w www " 5i.:.,at4...aeo.,-...... ..1A.!S'.mE.fE'.'f'Hc4'.a:er..g Y qw- - -.fgafqrzarcrfa-21: .: V f-1 If ?f1:tr:1::'7.1.:g,.-:,,mx A f'ev1i2 ' ' ' "2' " ' -,I-, .. .A ,. . .. ,. - --,, -'4.'i-1l4Vsy'A'?Jl7-IXKV I 1 " :::L'x"!5i" , .. Juxxxrw'-ww, "YT-Mw11Ew1a' .. ..N..lvu-an " 'rffkvmi e tag? I ...,. ,...,4,,-r- Dr. Spaulcling lias macle , ,. ,mm ' Wil 'siiitfnt a revolutionary contritJu1'Q:3ggj' .. .....4,,.,,mmi tion to lzzacteriology witti'TTZT1r rm ' liis original worli 6'ffi"M"" L anaerobic cultivation. Wg:-' ... ...mu . ..i,, , ,,,.i.. ...- ..,. ..-L-A snwvunv . ....., ,,,-,...,.. -- V- ,.....L. 1 -fe,-437'-""a :'?,::'5ix4 B.S. Catasauqua, Pennsylvania Born in Holeenclauqua, Pa., on May 10, 1916 Attenolecl Allentown Preparatory Scliool in Allentown, Pa. Attenclecl lxflulsilenloerg Junior internesnip at town, Pa. Senior internesliip at town, Pa., for one year. Batacoclx Surgical Soc 4-1 College 1932-1956. Allentown General Hospital, Allen Allentown General Hospital, Allen iety. .4 Waiter Edwin Gunioy J r. AB., 1VI.Ed. Vviimington, Delaware Born in Princess Anne, NIJ., on March 16, 1908 Attenciect tiigtr sciiooi in Carnioridge, Md. Attended Dickinson College 1925-19293 Springfield Coiiege IQZQ-19513 Wake Forest Nleciicat Sctioot 1956-1958. Senior internestiip at Delaware Hospital, Wilmington, Dei., for one year. Ptii Ctli Fraternity. 45 . 'fc ' -.-fd1:'9fff.I"'-'1'- , 1 SH-fc .i. ff vp was-71. -- . ..ff : f,f ' Q """"" ., 45. 'I .1 -jg. nz.-,-r.-:runs-:mfgur-. ,,:5i'xg"f.f .mu ,.. :.,,. .. ,.-.. - f-F ,-th-.flefj ......., , 4 is 1 mcper" "" ' , , :t 'X .1.-,xt-.'- 04919. 1 fd-f 2 :iv 'KsxQ"E.'L'g. JC4. " , f,...v,.-..,.. .623 iefiwaiefsiii U -fy. --..-- W n 4. - .'.3.'l-,1 5 qw .1-,.,,.f'.. v,.x,.rarn.'. 551 i 9 ' 4-f1'+51-w,',i-.-.. . s.311-f:1y.--A----- blgggttisfl ? "'. ' 'rw 81191:-. 3 . .7 Temple Medical Sctlooi 'received UA" rating in 1928. due to the long continueci, tireless ettorts .Dean Hammond. m:.r4:,'.1:.5'iT-' HL., :,, . ' iiwsfsef 1---f 'mi-'esfw-'-'+2i-+.-' -.21 .. Joseph George Haddad B.S. Waterbury, Connecticut Born in Waterbury, Conn., on November 17, 1914 Attended high school in Waterbury Attended Dartmouth College 1Q52-1956. Senior interneship at Grasslands Hospital, Valhalla, N. Y., for tvvo years. Babcock Surgical Society. - Phi Chi Fraternity. 46 F-se.-when -,S-553 . ..-1 fl vhxbzauxi. 741- 4- 1 rg-3 'f I A M ': f"ff" ' 4' - .lmmumf -M, Q gg gwvge. ,5Qif::5aE21ff1:':.-. - -1 X , Fa 'Env . ... A .,.i .... ' 4-f':.-53i1f.:I-'.-.'.:---'-f ' Q :f5fetQ:s.1r-' 4H'3?lf?Ef?EE:fiiTf ' Qfgegys. ...A r .... JI . - .... 'U ' Am-Z. , i-, 'gQ4:5,iqc,:i 5 ,.,, ., .-.E:fr3s.t1:.' 115' " gsm' TW" ew ?gixhEf,i1:fg.1. , 'WQIHI-Aki:--, ' if , ., L Dr. Victor Robinson is founder ancl director of the American Society of Medical Historyf !r'Z-fm-ma? - ' ii6G'!?3ZZl.T. . J. ' wiQ,9kg,i..Li,:.....:.2:,J...g1,-' Q V -E U V ....,..w..,..,.....,. ..... .Mm ,,,,, ,N ,Q , 25,255 l ,51lS?'aQyE,J "5'WThM 1 A .fctm 91' . , , - L3fvM4mv.v+s-,v-sfnsf .. a.......":"'r I LM... '.,ANJ,. .. .-..:rxx'r.w.::'rL"" ' "' A.,,, ,.l. ,,,, , . . TY-T75 K' .. .fe Dr. Charles L. Brown is a member of the revision committee of the U. S. Pharmacopeia XI. . ......,-. -a.,'1rZm.IE5u2:4-.. E . 1 .Y ,r w-mv rikfio? A 4s W Ti.-..i:.:u,:..g:QA., .,. eM.W.5imd., ' -i-w.v1'1L'i4w,'v' - ...err-115515 1' . -.,:-xvni' "'l7i'?fZf?231 ..':.vcvi- 'gag , ., .,fgffi.:A:.. .. .A.......,,W-pt-mg . ..,,.-4 H. 11- ' 'J ' 'RYA' a .- M: I- - 'J' grzmla' .Aw-mn-r ...W- V :,:,.f..T,.:.--.. 1 , .L. . ' em" :.'.,,,...5W-'ft' Waiter Nathaniel Hanson AB., B.S. Grand Forks, North Dakota Born in Grand Forks, N. D., on February 20, 1914 Attencieci high school in Grand Forks Attended University of North Dakota 1952-1956: University of North Dakota School of Medicine 1956-1958. Married to Helen Adele Chance in 1959. Senior interneship at Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Phila- cieiphia, Pa., for one year. 47 L 41. .,.-2f...-..,S.'zmffzx4f4vwWfYew'EE-zE.'f.m:. WU -- --1' qw.-yIg:y, : :u'nr.Ni.s'1 ' ""' 1" . ,x..,,.,..,, -'22 ,m,g2.f3Wy1mPL1:s2n- 1. ,uuhxlvnzvh v I , -"'-"::r'1:1v'QN1N' , - L ..,..L'.,1L.s-fa-' , ,. .' 'ff ":':::x2!?':'L,Li1I "1 " rfv,-wzz'-xii: V-,Mi-.?ZxNL327+'35 .. . ... 1 , "L'JVK',Vx'kVQ 1' ? "" ?'i":T5'7v 1 4" ..,.'l..:xsi2g' Dr. Spiegel is autlior-'otv1'4jj523f5r'! over 140 papers ..on::t? physiology, pati1ology.anQh1ff'WW'T' QQQTC of 'he Harold Valentine Harboloi -M H QQQl2ISi6E.fxl?b?'f,9U A . .. H V- -,-:-rf,-A-fs 15,1311 ' ' ' ' 'X x 1 fF?Fff ,gguxwt may-1 York, Pennsylvania Born in Yorkana, Pa., on April 12, 1916 Attended Gettysburg College 1Q52-IQ36. Junior internesimip at York Hospital, York, Pa. Senior interneship at York Hospital, York, Pa., for one year Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 48 Thomas Harris B.S. San Antonio, Texas Born in Mineola, Tex., on April 18, 1910 Attenciecl Marian Military Academy Attended University of Texas IQE5-1Q563 University of Arkansas 1936-1958. Senior internesiuip at U. S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, Cai., For one year. Wright Dermatologicai Society. Phi Chi Fraternity. 49 ..f-:e.:a-fwf" 'iscliitil ,-,+w'1u'1.3s::-'Mn - - 4-L'-vii: Mg .. V A ,.,m.......m.. . ,.,., . ..,., -... . .. , gf . . .1'f'.e:i'f1.:. 1-.----rf . n1L,..9fvr:wQ.g., ,,XL'2VW.f-'f5E5.fi2f.'.fl' ' X35-iq' , rj1l,v,,..-, Abkibkvlffsxx- ,,gWQt2X'fi4v.!c.:4:4.-,... "' wQ?3Yffiff'if,", Before Dr. Chamberlain 'TEE'-"I'15+. C P I E wi 5,,h.,5M5,.M.gP- e ame ro essor o Bfigllifvlfz.-r Radiology at Temple he was in charge of radiol- ogy at Stanford, but his 'ggi-'i'?f'fSf.7ff?27Tacaziemic rank was Pro' 595321 yfgffg-fessor of Medicine. -Q..... . . -- '.ff1.--.Vw "nhl-L .I-22.1412 be ' 135.-gf T. Kenneth Harveson Jr. BS. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on November 2, 1912 Attencleci Frankford High School Attended Pennsylvania State College, LaSaHe College 1952- 1956. . ff Yseq ' ..... If ..,.-1-1 flnmlama '3-'- 5' 4.-1v:Pf:'?5:1i!:?k.::.nt"f'2 , . -1 . .r , 1fEcaf.,,...-., . . . . . - ' Junior rnternesiup at Margate City Emergency Hospital. I ' Senior interneship at Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa., for ,55gr,5ggffZffff.'IQ,., ' IQ8aQg,g2:c-,'::4.'.,,-,,, Dr. Chevalier Jackson is Qne year, 4.u,,.. ,..., T ...., L2DllTf.?If3".' ' Y 7fW5.g3,iLg5,n A-ifm'.f.n-.+,-.1.-.. in llfffi-1"' 'l"f . 1, Q, M93N"fKfkY4-'1' 755 fgjtwncm.. ., ,. .. ..'E'f'T,'i'1'T""' 'EF'-1:1':L'.., "5tfrgss:e.gg-..L1:- ,.,. A 50 a member of at least 18 organizations, several of international scope, as a result of his medical fame. x""""'f - .-... . gmgggsu-.Y ,,.. - - Arthur Joseph Heather New Castle, Delaware Born in Delaware City, Del., on lwarctz 29, 1908 Attended high school in New Castle, Del. Attended University of Delaware 1935-1936. 573'2ti?3T::::'::1T.':.a'-sativa'W-f-3s.v 3 . , . , , D I Junior internestnp at Wilmington General Hospital, Wil 6 -Q1-5-Q3 mi n gto n, D el . . Senior internestmip at Delaware Hospital, Wilmington, Del for one year. 11:-n Dr. Hammoncl is, and has X been for many years, edi- ...,r...::,'k2??.m .-,..M --jf:-LA.. ..,... .-w . tor of the Pennsylvania ,,4,.,.v... L Medical Journal. k"j33-Tfiif ........,f, A-f essxarfgx f .......-wqwnsgv' .. . ... ...i....-ia . . .-.,,-......:-ar::.:.- 51 Qliver M. Henderson Elm Grove, West Virginia Born in Claysville, Pa., on December 28, 1915 Attended high school in Wheeling, VV. Va. f- -4w','q c 1 m igm Lfiiiif 1 ..,. Law, . g TI. Q4.u.wf.:. Attended West Virginia University 1933-1956. " xzf'.'2-Tiff1fz:::i:.':.:a:1:::s:::: ----4------W--rg-4f.':::1v1:vaee2evx..,.-M.,.:.. . . , , . . Senior lnterneslnp at Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pitts Iourgti, Pa., for one year. , '- g.w,5Sb1i' ' . ...m.., ' A1-1 ,f , .,.-, Dr. Thomas is an ac- cmnplislwecl and Icnown"LTLf1f.LT",,,Q,,f'QQ"'3,?D'E'i translator of Gernianffi'-4 Medical works into Eng3W"'fff-gif. , lislx. ..s4:,,.,g. ' E ,,.f7'l A --+-'mu H ,.... V M- ,,., ,..,...-.4-.a.v' . '-1-'.:QJL John Rudolph Herr AB., MA. Lewistown, Pennsylvania Born in iwcfilisterville, Pa., February 9, 1906 Attended high school in Nliffiintown, Pa. Attended Juniata College 1Q25-1Q275 University of Virginia 1Q52. Married to Esther M. Hart in 1929. Senior internesiiip at York Hospital, York, Pa., for one year. .1 Q sffc 1 . 1. lm , Md, 1 . 7" "':"taa+f,,.,f.1.-.t.,...m,.- ungg 9411- -,?,.1q:ig5,-.-f,-1r-.1w:::f?:-,-.1. --z- ,..,,. 1. 15,5513-f-1... 3.1.1.4525-?ff.,.,...... . 1 .L ..'.... -. . swim:-4,--f-q ,, f75531ra'w"-:m,'f'1': '-. -A ,gfQhHlwr,t-in-tr-2 . QLQEQEQ QEEU3'-fiieiixo ,om l kiffi-B3'v!Q!G.':g-. .-..-, y............ .,- .. . V541 CT1?lf'Y1' f 'W 11 i.-.'- .. X,gy,Sqe,i12?,.,. -.fiL"L. ' , Qual,-,z',"-53 w1+11.4,w.J 53 "Q1.gw....., 5513-1 A The medical school graci- uateci 2 men in 1904, and fmen again in 1905. "Q'??6S?ffI.'i"ff WF Thomas Shetrond Hershey AB. Hanover, Pennsylvania Born in Hanover, Pa., on December 8, 1915 Attended high school in Hanover Attended Pennsylvania State College 1952-1956. Junior interneship at Taylor Hospital, Ridley Park, Pa. Senior internesiiip at Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md., for one year. Babcock Surgical Society. 5-1 , Y ez? .. . '. ,.-,..- f y T : """ Tf f a-H...-M.. MJ : m -if .:., .. - .,... -. ' K -jf4X4efLaqsaI' ,aziflihwtffii--'J'?' ' ' ,g,'4qql+?F'fff-iPu-q---- , fgpgggmegy.. j,1','Q5,X'g,g2p.:4:,k 11: ,.... - ..... . i2gfGs1l'fvff'ff1+"' '- w QM:-QS3Q:i'Q-, Qfilfifff' 5 5139, .f 21A5566Si5Xdfz'fiu.' . Uzbiltzsefffff. --.---- .- ' WHlAlhntJ.'ii W'WXQgfwf .,U.vfg:'g v-.., Dr. R. H. Conwell de- livered his famous lecture, Acres of Diamonds. more than 6000 times, all over the world. x2Y2t.:...L.,,, ECE-YKQTC-5i"'?' 'A f -W- ' l'?::-f':'r:1-.-, , . .. . . .vr..:. Q2Tf5ki:'.:Z:ai.-.1.::..Z..:.,. . -...,....,.-.w...q.x......f..m-1. :.g :..1.'..::- xg, .'. 'rfwmmqggq' r , Lgglmf iyzg 4'5'a'f'5 75:'ffhQ2 iILf3i5.'llifa.l'f!v,..',, 42" 5 ' 94 'f befor S' ., . . - "1'v"'7f'.! 5925715 fins' .-L," . " ?'fT::7::rL1 g:-t.1, ,...s.,,,,1fpL-tt,QsMMt A A -- ---'-j, "Z .. -.,..,,.....s.,rt-.Uv . ' M ' tgx.-- .... ...., -... ': ::ii::f'iRi:?iiT,' .mi MA. i. . , ,A,.,,.:m,w,.5L, '1-f-l-,,.,kv,,t zy- .....,.nqa41,:4PM ., zvvmiittt . . 7" "1'.f'5Ti7f,? ' ' The Municipal Hospital . . . ,- 1 1 for Contagious Diseases 'HPV is tire iargest hospital of its kind in the Vvestern Hemisphere. -......1Lk.fLAl:,, ..1'IILm wM .-..,....m.,a-L ' ...-...nvayfvi K " 1.II6i""' vu' I X 1. .n ft , M.: I . .....,,,,...LmZ!g3p5':f' Charles Robert Hess B S ,,.-. ,.,..,.-A-.cvmv-nv , ,. ...,.....4-Tv,-, .... 1 ,-.:f':""2'5?45-2'-ii " fgw :EFNV ' "' 11 YEMEN Germantown, Pennsyiv ania X A Born in Harrislaurg, Pa., on Nlay 16, 1915 ' Attended high school in Harrisinur Q Attended Gettysburg College 1950-1954. Married to J. Louise Mccieaf in 1955. Junior internesiuip at Hamburg State Tuioercuiosis Sanitarium at Hamburg, Pa. Senior interneship at York Hospital, York, Pa., for one year. 55 iq wxfzml-ff 1lQa' tif: :iflfkwef W 0?'9lf"'l"'iWE'T"5iiFlf'lgQ'1':... "ffl ---4' -y -,wwfam:::.v1a:zzvt,'Jsli1?f31Y?.'?i'ekl:?61lviY::-.. --N- '-'rffefef 1.....m--ree-:enter-1,-5--1-gg-,aff af.-T':11'T' . --ry ,rf :131',::.'g.i,..g V if.-. utttkzsrftlvffffstzgvft.. H Omg 'L :Y1j::Qt:QJQ?'?32LtL' , E sy, Dr. Babcock was first I ., . 3-3fyfLf1Y" professor of Olasletrrcs ancl ,,Q,,g,,gj Gynecology, from 1901- 54112, , ., .Q-ll-fZL.Yl:n 1905, Wluen lie loecame prolessor of Surgery. 5- Vi:-.,..-:T..:.,.-.. . -,' ,fmI:1a?',v-'2?3f',, ' ll '- - -N 1: 1gr.:i'Q6r13w4f?f91m' 1 ':'::-rv", .MEN "' Wygzsmatvrw' -:r:'i""+f'.J..t'.?:ama, ,..,..,.., .gig f Z? Y" re- 1 :N '.1"4t" V N 61,15 JJ .mmf-uv Clarence ASl'1CI' PIOHEIIICI BS. Freeland, Pennsylvania Born in Upper Lehigh on February 18, 1916 Attended Mining and Mechanical Institute, Freeland, Pa. Attended Muhlenberg College 1932-1956. Senior interneslciip at Temple University Hospital, Phlladel pluia, Pa., for two years. Balncoclc Surgical Society. 56 . . W "H-h+4--1,-.fff'ff'fTf'i""""m ,. Q ..W,,r.TT V,,, .... , Y .- ,ein gs,'g,."'5',.4m"" " E" ' .4??1f?51F if f + .aB.aH!gv, i A ,5xgQ5g::g1 " '- L+?+:fe:5iaAN-- -. . j,i2i.'?5,X'55U,!Li. :L - Tlie Municipal Hospital ,L 'V lias a department lor un- cooperativeh gluerculosis f' -H t' f-t ' t f 'r Samuel Tliatclner Hulyloard ilr. 1'?2.l?Z.fPe.T..,i5.,.i.. 'S A-B. 'w?9ZTT2lfT':' Ul'laclcensaclc, New .lersey Born in Edgewater, N. I., on March 1.4, 1912 Attended lrving Scluool, Tarrytown, N. Y. At Florida 1954-1956. tended University ol Vermont 1Q51-1Q543 University ol: Senior internesliip at Fordham Hospital, New Yorlc, N. Y., for two years. Balncoclc Surgical Society. Alplia Kappa Kappa Fraternity. 57 Wgifiil? ra' - lawns.-. 177-'IvGfci.M:f:gilWA! Y .fi -N ' ,n!!Y:'.'-r-1--T. . 1,51 . ..,. - . e "'r195ma+Q'f .xc'z:w:f1::efff,-.Q ., X E 2' I l l .1 ..:.: ' f.fG'iW:' 1. 114:51 , N......L,g Q 0... T- .wm a- as Qil City, Pennsylvania Born in Ptzillipstuurg, Pa., on Octo Henry Joseph Hunter AB. Iyer 28, 1914 Attended Oil City Senior High School, Gil City, Pa. Attenclecl Pennsylvania State College 1932-1956. A Z ur- I 5 . . Junior internesiiip at Burlington County Hospital, Mount Holly, N. J. . L' "M' " Senior internesilip at Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr, Pa., U for one year. Wright Derrnatoiogical Society. Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. ,.'. 'fa-'N-A.-. f1?5glblQQg5N,,....,.. ----- Professors Chevalier and g3g5gg:QlfQ:.iA.3t- C. L. Jackson utilize 10 -uf caciavers each year for 3jg1gv'isf,.:.. ,... .. teaching in the depart- ment of Bronctnoscopy. .1. .,.. . -wr.v---- SlQE?sEv.i3Lf.' . ' li!L'g--. 58 H-All Y C , . igwif .yEx'2iJE1fZ,. ,H Q'1?"a'gl'R'X5?"2'n ' Qg?111eflffaa2?.'.fw- "':++Qf+wsfw Haroioi L. Hyman .. ..,..?f!S.z'.:.. ,. 1 .,:':ggFi355ugiifLfa:avMn:N:.'!2i1 ' " ' ' FQQSZM. fkwslinkts.. .,.,...f.. ...-. ,. ...-.,, .111.1'3'5ti"'R"M'5'Z-'7T' Q. . ..:..-...3.:..5-1.',..1.,..,a,,.,,:f Jff'!t'fP'f' , . . ,,.. ..,-,....1t x'm Q' 3 i X . -.g.,2.'.'.lt"2"?!"l"Yf,- ' H . g1t.,.f., ,M k ' , - .:fly-:EQE5-g:7:....,..A. - When time new iauiiciing was cieziicateci in 1950, tile stucient enroiiment was 450, as compared to 35 in time first fuii ciass. graduated in 1906, ' 'J 1.'ff::rM!'!J-,LUL,.L1 'HV "-ws-v.o'f1wp,p . ewvza-issiwii , --f'fm,vs.v.v: , .,-x . C A was-ri 'faint A.. ., -2,--Hfiw "".f,.'1-, ,..-1t,,V.,3s- L .., ...Wh . .... . .,...,.,....-.0119 1e3ifff"' ,.,,,,....Aww-sv-nur V -'1-- T.f'ifT'F3TiT"' - --- if 1 ,t W Vviiices-Barre, Pennsylvania Born in Vviiizes-Barre, Pa., on September 2.1, 1916 Attencieci iiigti sciiooi in Wiiices-Barre Attencieoi University of Pennsylvania 1935-1956. Senior internesiiip at Tempie University Hospital, Piiiiaciei pi1ia, Pa., for two years. Wright Dermatoiogicai Society. Phi Lamiacia Kappa Fraternity. 59 George William II'I1'liSChII BS. Lindenhurst, Long Island, New York Born in Lindenhurst, L. I., on june 19, 1915 Attended high school in Lindenhurst ww1:4gy,s,gg3g.'.3fcgysmw"' 'iawwnmwaw A ,., N'-Al'."'f""'M--,..'f?Tt. ttendecl Rutgers Col ege 1951-1935. ' " " -f-' -' ' 1:g1r:':.::'i5Y!i3Y'..-.,.1.:., Senior internesiiip at Mercer Hospital, Trenton, N J for 'K ' --'f,f',f1Lmif.Lu.J.f one year. ft--1... , 1 I ,.,. ,..W...,, , The Jackson Postgraduate "" 'Tift . . . . ULU. Clinic ln Paris, only one-,A.v1,lQj,g5-3.0 of its kind, is ten1porarily,1'QiQ? discontinued because the war condition in K Europe. ,.,.,,.,..i.:i2.Qf ,gi A .,...,,,.L.-.. V I i...... ' 60 ..,. . ,.... ...Mya-.ur .1-. V L.: H.. f.T-,..:.:-- . ' -1: 1. y1N.1.Q.w.5w3-eff.-if Robert J. Jalan B.S Winter Haven, Florida Born in Winter Haven, Fla., on November 30, 1915 Attended high school in Winter Haven Attended University of Florida 1952-1956. Senior interneship at Methodist Memorial Hospital, Fort Worth, Tex., for one year. Phi Chi Fraternity. 61 J I QQ L . .5-2 . H f.5i+E4wv- . . 155.5331 ,Pla 51:1 tif? w -"- ' v..,, ,4S'i:',QiH,X',1si::cr::::4.-,... BrST:Flx??5iiii ' ' " 'i,,jgL35g3Qegj:2'.. A naw' 'f.-.i-.1.- . r -. .f .. 'zvf':hr-r- Ha. .. . . Ngfrg-mfwilzfa if The control of pain with- out resort to surgery or narcotics in cancer has '4-'Been one of the unpre- dictable results by Drs. Smith and Fay. '45 S. En..- ...-.:.?TL.-.. .-4 -epi- .... N ., , ...Je-M Alfred Tl'1COdOFC tIOI'1f1SOY1 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Tamaqua, Pa., Iune 15, 1915 Attended high school in Tamaqua, Pa. Attended Pennsylvania State College 1953-IQB6. Juniot internestlip at Burlington County Hospital, Nlount Holly, N. J. Senior interneship at Reading General Hospital, Reading, Pa., for one year. Wright Dermatoiogicat Society. Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 62 .. . .f:.. g"x'a-" - ,. ng t,N.,,.. . . . ... , fm-: T "":3'T" ' M-'fm . v" "" 1 -- -'?!1s1Ga+155a11f' 2.1 L---f Q:,,,.,,x.sS is-film WA Q f ' ' 'I 11.1"v,-f,"i.'f' " "' 9 K, A ----'- K -f-'-- - vx,tn?1?:"i'- 1, . 1 .. ,,,.,, U fQQ,Ssc,,1L-jg,.. .. ' Y'1'rv'. ','.k .u,.. '-.-vs, -I,I"!'1' Q, ,h ' v.ts.Gmxia,es?iv ggi-Y5f3L'::::-' '. . QQQQQQQQ-Q ' . 1,4,m.'.....,.... .nm-. . ,. 'Wt-V The emloalming technique employed by Emil is one of the few ones out- standing for its absence of bacl odors, and preser- vation of cadaveric tissue for long use, and maxi- mum dissection. ,.t:.,..... Nlvfxvgy. W - T.. . ' HI!-:!':':1-1-. ,,. . . . . M, . "4WHfMHK'Mf01f'rTf i-:li -A--- Av:-,-H51-rf,-:rt z .,. -,..,.,,......N.1........,....,..-,L.-. ,.., .,.-,...,,.... ' -A-cf'-'Mays ml rg vlajij 5 5Si':fMw.fai?v+fAkA 5753? . w . IN!-Vi! - "Nt A '-" if TflTfI"?'I.-I1'LILT.'Lf'.-3 - 1- ----1'i"-,N , , .. ..x,...,.. s,,.,,,N A ' z,,::,-F. ..... 'iplli-assi--"--" " . 1 1-.-s1fw:41',-my 'V "5-,a.vf1Lr1,r .,,...vrgs1:siAh A'f::LMQst . rules? Eagieviiie is one of time ""',"ff'x -W, first tuberculosis sanita- ria in time country to in- staii a complete operating tioor with facilities tor thoracic and generai sur-"-"""'1gN1af 435' ECW- m " -...f .Q-fifit?-lr.. s-wfvrwgba-gi-3 ..... .Ma-sq-Q .Av-J :gi K M :.::sa."'Z,?f2,7 -.. ' lx A V' '-XESZ5' .... .....,,,,..,.aw...x. .,..-. ......,,.qv..w-nav A-Tw! .- , 1:.,.-5-1: y 'il'Bl 1- Roioert H. Johnson AB. Salt Lake City, Utah Born in Salt Laize City on September 2, 1914 Attended high school in Salt Lake City Attencieci University of Utatx 1932-19361 University of Utah Medical School 1956- 1Q58. Senior internesinip at Sa Calif., for one year. Vvright Dermatoiogicai Society. Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 63 nta Barbara Hospital, Santa Barbara, AV' mf . .e.,.Q.-...-..,m'z..asS?if-T iwbdifwfislefmz. lrzf-ff if --H ::::.c. ufrzumrzlqv """w2"' . ' MM '2-W--mm: -Mn,?1Z?3q5i4iTnf'??ff ' 1' I 'I ..1:g':g::7.i:Q,':5111 -- ' - ' ' .. . ., .,,, ..,ux,-u'1uVoA'VI7-IUV , ' X ::::':'Ff-FH , Z . ' -J':.":fs,u , ,..,Y- ....,., ,. MU! Q-naw - . "vffwfv,+.w,.E 4 .. V.,-414.x . '-'rw-vm' are A . 1 -N371 r 2,4 D . R I ' f tl ..,.,Q.M3Am Oulsiaiiiijr 'faiilegiphiigirqame cardiologists in the couiz-QVQTI5-xg? ' I V-Siu-9641 .Y . ht' f. f Charles Graylolll Jones - ----Q vfnkwfg f ' AB. . ..:1. 1.-exmx'n-r --M ,,,,,,..,.-wmnnv '-T.'ff'T'2'5fil7x" 25,1 T716 -1' 'QFFQF Mawr' Paxtonville, Pennsylvania Born in Harrisburg, Pa., on December 5, 1915 Attended high eeheel in Middleburg, Pa. Attended Susquehanna University 1951-1935. Junior internesiiip at National Stomach Hospital, Philadel phia, Pa. Senior interneship at Lanicenau Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa for two years. I Wright Dermatological Society. Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 64 ECIWHFJ JODCS B.S. Kenmave, North Dakota Born in Saskatchewan, Can., on September 19, 1914 Attended high school in Kenmave Attended Dana College 1953-19353 University of North Dakota 1Q35,1Q58. Junior interneship at North Dakota State Hospital. Senior interneship at Sacred Heart Hospital, Spokane, Wash., for one year. 65 . . .-. 5 V , , fm-mmwwm gl A,.,M,,,,7:,i-5-gf-,-3:-:::::c1:-.1-.-. ...,.. X A,5'w.f ""' ' gee-sg.:.' 0 .,.. .... -::-:,,, . - ., .n9'b14Q!g.gt1 ':"' aw.,.....- W. ...,, .. ,evil-tviijifff-va--. 51535031-1.61m N- --,- 1 1,sy1:a':n,m,-fer.- .z2:3iUl4E?3rVifi::4' 5 ' ,v v 1,-j.'.,1.-, Yf'5m'IfE-f:.'p-- NQfQii'i'lf, Q-.,: ' Dr. Robinson is founder T-End editor of Hiweclical Lifef' the only monllily journal in time Engiish kmguage devoted to med- ieal history. ws-, Wfwv... 'x '5g:1lCXE'f':'.-:i-.-, , . .. . . .,..,,.... Qzserasxmimeire, .,.., .... ..., u H 1' 1af11g1raw.iaaf,wqmi am' Millard F. Jones B.S. Red Oak, North Carolina Born in Reel Oak on August 17, 1916 Attended high school in Recl Oak .vm Attenctecl Wake Forest College 1935-19563 Wake Forest Y Medical School, 1936-1958. 3 -gg. :.31c,,f5-Viv-f ... im ' Senior internesiiip at U. S. Naval Hospital for one year. " dsmRR5i?':1 ,,...,. ,--...,.., 1-.. . Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. i95iE1?fEf??' ""' ,-ziw-wwf'---f' j W 'm'j-fipflfjgf V Dr. Chevalier Jackson is a founder member of the American College of Sur- 'iflikfsf 1-pf. geons. --- 66 f'."?'f1H'?'if?J' ?ii5E455'2?z:::1, r . TQ?S5oF4i'la'-7v',315', ' - 2, .oe.desf:ei.u2lg?Ew'i'1 Ti'-'f - ww f w:nv1nm:wi.irehtgjgJqgSaq,y3ggg4yyj9:, if sa Sydney H. Kane " ' ' '--Ffa - f?f:I:111:g3.-.,.,.....,n,,,w,ai - W5-ifl, N u , rwxxiuuv? ' 's ..,,,',2i-,vi ' . . . :'::':'fYiFH . The present meclical school building was for- late Dr. VV. H. Mayo, on October 15, 1950.-fe .. ...W--,wr ' 3 ,":P::.':LQl7?L1fj.' ':.:x:. '-1-'vm,v4'iS!'i'.f "aww .. i-..i-m- . - A aw . ,.., ,,.W,,m , . , ,g rn sw New .,:r.vaw.. wig. --ymxii ,,,. ., ,W-K-f'f.l'lv. ....W,,,wE E Lil..- .Wa ' mally dedicated lay izizafgegzv W... . . ..... -,.,..-,,.v e ,, , . ML. ,.. -.,......:i , . i e-e,e,1e?.--g:a--- ,g.1e:.LQ5mZ.s..i.'a5fff3g"' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on October 2, 1916 Attended Northeast High School Attended Temple University 1953-1956. Senior inierneship at Frankford Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa for one year. Vvriglit Dermatological Society. 67 Howard lVI61I'SI'1E:lH KCCBICF JF. NOTWOOCI, PCHI1 Sylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on September 1, 1915 Attended Glen-Nor High School T:af4zLd':?i!fz',iasSi+S+f iff ... ' ' - - Attended Temple University 1955 1956. ., ----H 4- 1-1:11cizxixx-iffiirwla . - :::L'r.'f7x?: ' ,", .avi The original night school unior internesiiip at Chester Ho "" "" 'I 'I'.":7flBMu?,1m,lW-, revwwm-x 'nr Senior internesiiip at Chester Ho iifsiiw ' .,. "" rifiiiiig Year- ...-..,,. course required 5 years OEHTIIIZ' L - Q work, with a required 7Q04g,,flf3 t hours of clay work eacii year. """' ' Ham ima' mira , .4.., .zsziigammaidv ,-.-. .,,....-in .. v. cm-' . ., - - ,t..,., ,f-ar-as-far:-' '- 4-'-Z a1ii 68 spital, Chester, Pa. spitai, Chester, Pa., for one William Donald Kimler Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Smitllslaurg, Md., on February 28, 1906 Attended high school in Smitiisiaurg Attended Temple University 1951-19553 Nlaryvilie College 1954-1956 6 J Married Teresa N. Quatrochi in 1956. eL'EWi?F5'21'LL' ' Senior internesiup at Cooper Hospital, Camden, N. J., for Mffmi- Tl I' t ' I t ' one year, P Tk .c,d.5.i::H I6 Irs C I r C u a 1 o n , schema developed in the gleparhnent of Physiology was used in 1921-with ""'i'f"'T"' alterations and improve- ments up to 1957. QQ-232-Qiiav .1-.xt 69 .. , . , Howard Park Knapper Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in New Castle, Pa., on October 12, 1904 Attended high school in Greenville, Pa. Attended Gettysburg College 1955-1936. Married to Jessie Marie Heclricii in 1927. Senior interneship at Pittsburgh Medical Center, for one year. 70 Pittsburgh, A .... ...,..., Num-if .. . , - 03,1251-1 - - - .,.... . ."' W' . . , .. ,.-..., .... - ..... ..,..-.,,,,,- ., ,cp 1 ,W ---- ..p.- -- 1 -,,,, .-1--Q rl YAY .v -uv.. 4 .1 - .f 11 - . Q'5E3iE:Sf5ri' H' - Vgmbggqgiifffff .... . fp: ,... - ...,. am 12355:-'g-ie' 'aim' 1, -.--.1r- ge.-:1: Hg-jg. . '3Qj'5,g!g1'ia1::k ..,A . 1 v 11,4 af'g,'v,"? Dr. Burnett performed time first successful total gasirectomy in the Tem- ple University Hospital. L1'I:f'.:..,.. . ..,.......- ..1.. ,... -I-.. ,.v,,Y. .. MAt9ri1221f1+ii"1'iE5-13'it' .. ,, .. ' 25 A - Llsx5jyyaf5iRfi:,gf2g','15' -31 -15551 Ywfmf k egi.t:.et:est-11111311 st. -eff.-.A .f .en-1, fl: nz-rzzutfil ' L ' "1"A"4qg9- , qw gf73:21:23:::5.':.1..13,x5t , N -----M V i1'-11:3zxtnuvaririttvi iti2??I'?3???7fi':"T":'i. 'f ' i. H ..,. x'T-'svw!,'e -.F The Eegleville Santini. um was among tlie first """"'ffjlfi'7K' of its lcincl to do tlioraco- plasty in treating tulnercu- losis. Pfiliy Mm.. .. em---if-A-yr - -.-,- u... . , .. ,..L1...a?-ja , - 'L'f2'1L?+'Ii??51?':- WEJBFW Fred Denzel Large B.S. Wilson, Pennsylvania Born in VVilson, Pa., on December 25, 1915 Attended high seheel in Clairton, Pe. Attended Waslhington and Jefferson College 1952-1956. Married to Cora Maye Russell in 1958. Senior internesliip at Vvaslmington Hospital, Washington lor one year. Alplia Kappa Kappa Fraternity. 71 VFW ' m w4fah3',i V WP' Nffnlil M W':HP,'- ,iff ,Ll 1, ,, ft,-rJfQ.4:,:2:s+:kzwasf wfwzfsr. . ,ws ""'"""'YLf5!tK!AJ5,KL'I.'IJBiLV 1-'1"QKQ23'h?g..,n v-f-fvfC2""'f'-f -jfyg 1i.y.55ygvIiQ?AT . V Y 'f.':.1...s i.J.w,..,,,L,,. A. , V ,-mayb-'LMA -wfiifzf-fe . . .-,v 'f ' " 'f-twin Temple Medical Scliooim became a clay school in ,lfgt-,S 1906, with Dr. I. H1--'ff-jg'g':3"i' .Y I ..:':f:.7 . Smely as Jain "tTFi,g::':."iT"""' Helen Roads Laubensteln served from 1903 1909. H Bs. "'. j".11'lf.3'5U I W Ashland, Pennsylvania Born in Asfilancl, Pa., on August 50, 1914 Attended high school in Ashland Attended Ursinus College 1932-1936. rneship at Haimnemann Hospital, Scranton, Pa. Junior inte Senior int one year. erneship at Valley 72 Hospital, Sewiclciey, Pa., for '11 Juslh':L5.!' ri ...fee-az. r .,-1-1-1 zgla .. . -'H-'-..f1.-.,..-uf..1,-.- ..- ...... .. - F U In ,,-... -., , , ,..,:..,'::-:-g rn:::':1:::'u: A-A V . ..., ...... , .,..., -... . --'f YH- ' ........., wr'-L -I- wxHg?i.g.ff2i " W. . ,1tei:7ff?:iE1'.i32.f.'LL' K.... .- ,5,..'yAf.9?!G .' 74:4 . vAir.?:11" ""' n-ff'-1 -"DL Conweii. touncier ot Jggcigfgai -'-'5 ,:.. Tempied UIi3'6fSitji', was EAIA in note so ier, awyer. Jotln Joseptl Laurusonls fjfgjjjef' lwufef and Bs. up '-Q5-Iii-15-i,fg-. va LM' 3'-:av gsm: A fz:x4:.m-eri-"len ' 1. 5393227 'I' w.. N .LH ,,.,, PHUISIJOIO N LI , ew ersey Born in Bayonne, N. on April 5, 1914 Attenctect t1igi1 sctxooi in Pauisiaoro Attended Viiianova C it o ege 1931-1952: University of Ala- b ,V . ama 19,2-19555 Villanova College 1935-1955. Junior internestlip at Kenwood Sanitarium, N. J. Senior internestiip at Jersey City Nieciicai Center, Jersey City, N. J., for eighteen months. Wright Dermatoiogicai Society, Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 73 Harold l. Leclcs Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., March 24, 1915 Attended Northeast High School Attended Temple University 1952-1956. Junior interneship at Jewish Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Senior interneship at Jewish Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., two years. K Wright Dermatological Society. Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity. 74 ,, f " 1 . . . :'Q1Q ' T. f1f""17""m"' - Div,-H'.o2i 2' 1 I "' f0I' . 1.,,'W"31'n,,,,:A,.ifgi:L. ,... . .,.,..., .i... ,- tftttwfef-3Qi'o mimi:-+ ' vsSi1g2aaft:s-1. e ".- 1 f t,,m.T .... Q., . "'A53itf-. . J 7,.. From the standpoint ol teaching years at our school, Dr. Balococlc is the oldest teacher in the medical school. " f5m:".r'..'H' --i- . LCODHFC1 Leaks :F:TJ:"1' " v- -e: .. 2 fir" A' -A ' , M ez...-.ummm . , . ..... ,.,,. ,ev 1 In ,M.xm,...I,.-.- I .,.. ,......-i........,...-.-...,....,.,,.......m,-Q - v:.,.,s-M-...i.if.mui 1 mae.-1. V U " " -4 vorv.n.'rJ-NKJV' L Dr, Spiegel has done the best work in the vestih- ular hranch of the au- ciitory nerve in medical research today. mv .vi 'J'3,":,!2b!!E XLRW . -,ymlnll ..i.'mgp5g mm...mx . ,,..., ..,.-.,.....-in ...fm ,,.um:5- J, 1' " Si? ' Q V ..,k. :..,5f:i3.-jgjdfu 'iQ' AB. Phiiacieiphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on March 24, 1915 Attended Northeast High School in Philadelphia Attended Temple University 1Q52-IQ56. Senior interneship at Jewish Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., for two years. Wright Dermatoiogicai Society. Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity. X75 'YTQI7TT1T:1j'.'1a'e,'5W1':n:xn.vm:w:.1:15ggEq31E6i1kNMWA, Jay George Linn Jr. -- 1 1 1 - , .:-.:1,,:-1rs:isx.w'1"" V --"fI'111z"."2fT::1g:::'::::g1:.,,1..,i , 1 - easel, , Q 1 "" :' "' ... - -. -- ----1v14-muwaxv-Yauvf idx- ., ,s -11 i,X..,,.4 , 'A 'Mi '-D lm A ' .,.....-,,L,...,,.,mg2,,L.m, - 'A-vvewzf wr s-,qsgavbw X . Dr. Fritz was the first clean of Our school, Serv111f'--'Yflfgdfgfapl' ing from 1901-19o3giig7g when time course given in time evenings!!5l.5ULg4gl'fT""'i ' DT'IiZZsssiig5i3isi'f' . Wipe 1,-swxifflf , ....,1g:r.':Qii-5355305 ...-.......--.es-.swan-nr . 7...,1f-:gf-3jQgv1 . ,.. s- I i A.B. Mi. Lebanon, Pennsylvania Boi-n in Piitshiii-gh, Po., on August 15, 1916 Attended Mi. Lebanon High Sohool Attended University of Pittsiourgiig Allegheny College IQB4 1956. Senior internesluip at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pittsburgh, Pa., for one year. Babcock Surgical Society. Phi Chi Fraternity. 76 Herbert Ellis Loomis Hallsteacl, Pennsylvania Born in Hallsteacl, Pa., on April 9, 1914 Attended high school in Hallsteact Q Attended Pennsylvania State College 1952-1956. X I -453, 155 :Qi-2 i Junior interneship at Wilson Memorial Hospital, Johnson Q-IME ,gjfgiswr -. ...ixfb ., , .y..-iwue nu . LZ .. f V f -nav-vnmvnfru ....., - s,-.-.s.. ., . h .,,, ' f.ffi+4f41Jx City, Senior interneship at Wilson Memorial Hospital, Johnson City, N. Y., for two years. Babcock Surgical Society. Phi Chi Fraternity. 77 ,,ggggg,A1g5jyem1e'12.15-L" ,xfwmir-' ' 'X51:g':'? "'- - d tg,,.- W... ,ak1aai+N....- , ..4,,. K ,ejs2.,'h5,X?'LLlXG,':4g ..... . 95dTi1Gi?5r?ifF: ' ' V Wrvzzisffa-.-1 --rr . .. . '-1355112-ici ' 19951 in-patients w e r e tieated in the hospital cluring time past year: 59,- 589 during the last 4 years. JG.. ww.-- f. ' - ? ,-1:,rg::. , ,ji 1 "3AmS!G0k1oi'kf1.::a!An.'.11L, , . . George Robert Matthews B.S. Anselma, Pennsylvania Born in Paoli, Pa., on January 10, 1915 Attended high school in West Chester, Pa. Attended Ursinus College 1Q'52-IQ56, Junior internestiip at Berks County Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Senior internesilip at Reading Hospital, Reading, Pa., for one year. Phi Chi Fraternity. 78 -..nt - - - Tl'il5i:5 ' 'T":"'i'i'af.+u.,u-.t,.N -2i1f'f2'. . .,... .. Qkitggiaiaf' ' " ' 1. L' . ' .at'3fi'5?5E7'fiQf.'. gjyggbmgsgy, .,.... i .,... 1-Ju' q,,,.m -.. Vfybmf-,Xy.f.,t... .-4g,.-.... Dr. Konzelman is a na- "" tionally known authority 1, on bronchial and laryn- f113iF!1ii':fr. '-.- geal tumors. 'saws'-iff - '1X6!nnrL'i- - "i8J51g:7f::"ff "!7"f'fv ' X, agigp 3 ., mme.- b V fxrfwfafffgf '- C 1 A i 176335323-.. W .sii i ' XQi1ti5kkt,:3:1:-g,.A.'-.: ull- lid-'gig-I ' rfwwm ' fsfeisigg wif-f4?9wi:w'rATH3f?SRFaV5t?2w1wwf , 'ff1.1'.:nS:'z'4-H411wr-wMMr?i'C14f'ffQs'.-Ne.. "H-g-'-yr-,zur-.:vL',r:xs-1r1,u:.:w.':.-:ass-.qyi-4 1 Llmmnfdca.. -" :.-AJ. f......r..-.m.,-v-zrrrzqfg-qw,,,.34,,A.g.,'.gA,g1y-1 """' 17 T.'fI'l'QlT .-Q JCL,-.ZAHSF .. , E .nw L- L .I-'-Aww V419-Afwty -',,afq:,..:':. - f Dr. Mccravey has cie- viseci many instruments in helping to perfect the technique in the refrig- eration treatment of can- cer. ' -- 3 '- 'ffggw-:-mm: x - - 1,,4,v,,tW .1 .524 ' '.fZ'T.f.. 4 2259? 4- , . ...tv . . ...M N513- L 153. i Dom Joseph Mauro We 4- B.S. .www-snr' ,. .. ......-,-V 1 . if - in-M' 3 it-ky,5,31'1:xgw -' 'zz 'WEBLU 9EiEH""" Mechanicsviiie, New York Born in Mechanicsville, N. Y., on March 25, 1916 Attended high school in Mechanicsviiie Attended Villanova Coiiege 1952-1956. Senior interneship for one year. Phi Alpha Sigma 79 at Northeastern Hospitai, Philadelphia Fraternity. 3v'T5S'5,g? RI. 3154-H5-, ?3?553!:!.. '4i.t.t'I.... .1,, , Ar' "M 4,"1,.,,. 'V'- Qt if Mffffifgf wUf1fffw-z1re,e.. "f,'::,f-1-:::.f.s::svum:ari.-.iihgvgagsq-Q . A ' 1"'4,Z" , 1lA.5mmwmruzxTg3,J,,rEixSl:iE5.Epg ' , 1fITlifi"2lTfQ.T3.fI,J23' .7 .lcxiii-r .' 42? :g " --lm - ' rfi.-4:1::o:v:2ia'i:M+if.-itxn - 'if--1-112ft-Xi'-1.f1i1fp4ww3Kfg ' 1"r"f"""'Qi.'.1...L..1....:.,:,-4.. 'Till-S'frii"T' - fl -1 :":zrcME'5B1U '-1-r:..,,,,,,,,,1..,1,4 ...v.m'f'iIxlN7-'fggi X -- Q 5, . ..,, MW, . ,V , -Y , iw- , ,'.'gQi,,z+,,A ....f.N.,4,, Over 1000 encepilaiograj,A,4W:Q,jiEi2f5b" piiies have been done inj2l2Tf time Temple Universi-gQQQ:g,f'fWf" ' Hospital in time past 10 years. "W "" f H1 "f ' 4 -'FMA' fm, ' ' ....,..l..1T.L'S2hE'.ilmf' ....-. ..,....,1--Animas? ..-.1---.-f-fr-mtv' , z -fsz-sL1L-.,- ,...-5-,......-5-5-:W -fi' :ff fi rvrrr' e , -455' is my,,w:19sHW lE.Wm'9"" 8. Maurice Hopkins Maxwell A.B. Keyser, West Virginia Born in Keyser, W. Va., on fanuary 25, 1915 Attended high sciiooi in Keyser Attended Emory and Henry College 1955-1956. Married to Jane Armentrout in IQBQ. Junior internesiuip at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, VV Senior internesiiip at York Hospital, York, Pa., for one year 80 I. I 'N , w gi N -'wifi and-.....-.W.-.... , 11 --" ff.-1 :-iff..- ..... . A il?ff12etgt::f.:- We 'ii '955"f5i3iE:3QVf 1?'-ef':'- 'I ..:z!v1?i1Tiz?f'T-5'-v-1 V 11 ..ni:?2w.c1:1:':---'-- - :g 4-"1v'fw"--'----- tl . N. ,, ,..,... , ,4.f.?gi.Nv,w,:a,:4-e.-,,, V. ,stiarraivfmi-H' ' 11 1J,QAgsegg'gQ:L'., -fiictr Dr. Batzcocles inlrocluc- -,1-tion of the "sump" drain, wire suture material, ancl L. .v 'L 5 sl A - 1 A W Robert George MeCurdy fjgggiqgaezgpggg, in surgery. Bs., AB. if e'ie... i if ,ir Bismarck, North Dakota i Born in Bismarck, N. D., on Ianuary 24, 1914 1 Attended high school in Bismarck Attended Jamestown College 1952-19545 University of Min- nesota 1Q34-1Q35g University of North Dakota 1956-1958. Senior interneslnip at House of Mercy, Pittsfield. Mass., for one year. S1 5 W r I 4 Cllauncey Kay lVlcGeorge B.S. New Castle, Pennsylvania Born in Coraopolis, Pa., on Cctolaer 25, 1914 Attenclecl l1igl'1 scliool in Steuloenville, Oliio Attended lvluslcingum College 1952-1955: Vvestminster Col- lege 1955-1936. Junior internesluip at Jameson Memorial Hospital, New Castle, Pa. ha I... ,..,.., 4 MiA9""'1 ., . I ..,, 1 f mm-X , ."""""" , '.YLlJ:1::.'.::z:z:n1L:T.-L seat- 1- I-TTITT,-'L-7 X ,. .,. ,gg W ,. . . .fl-' 'E+' "i..'E.-:.'.-:f--"1 V ' ..5El4i4:,fiww . . iff 115: Q, Senior internesl1ip at Philadelphia General l-lospital, Pliila- clelpliia, Pa., lor two years. flsgrvliiwava. , .fn-rf ff . tj., zgxvaf. T1-'L """"' .. ,s -.1 M- ' -xn',.n... Balococlc Surgical Society. ' Plii Rlmo Sigma Fraternity. -Vi-A '-QA-Bi-ggfzfggii-.1 ' Ufftfx 82 M Ii'-...- Close correlation loetween tlie Ortlxopeclic, Neurol- ogy ancl Radiology De- partments l1as permitted flue llospital to acliieve ex- cellent results in tlne treatment ol low loaclc pain ancl sciatic neuritis. Anthony Metoro Binghamton, New York Born in Binghamton, N. Y., on November 14, 1911 Attenctecl high school in Binghamton Attended Cornell University 1Q34-1Q'j6. uuLt,wssss+f a, g, g,. 4se..Hfms. 1E13:---we-"xgi,1j"Tii''Ti'?jgQ,-.5Q,f5lg,,wM Junior interneship at Charles S. Wilson Ntemoriat Hospital Johnson City, N. Y. "':::L':"SFF ' . '. MXL: . .. .... .umgygrggw - 'sf-Qgwfaw-if Senior interneship at Charles S. Wilson Nlemoriat Hospital "" ' 'HT' johnson City, N. Y., for one year. 158,455 out-patient visits 'ftdiigq 1.-umg. were macte in the c1inics.'V.h,I'4ilflj1tf??g.eE54k during the past Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. 557.348 were made ingmwil- k' the last 4 years. sr. .... A Ke w ....A:.i.,:?Z'- -.e - ' 1 I L wif. . ...mt X . fm ' W 83 ......,.......f Henry Wadsworth Miller """'f1Ce1rrr5mvx.snhv::r1i1f .':. , ...mvWwz lMWe5-- H ,4 ,4,,,,,,,, W,,,,-.,,n.-,.1,..,.... ,,1..,1.,g gE -. - tra ,,,,,,,,,.,:.,.r..r.a.i-rrgrwr . r ewr. I 4 'f' H" -'-'."' A" '1' "'.'f7L'.'L'ff1ff1YYffff'f1xHxf,.,',-,:lla. Lzmla.. .-.gr-.,. , . ,:I5T:HxkE!:bQqh "'v+e.?"",,,,W ingm- ...wrvm-ifzslsis 1 '-L'wmv.oi1:-F 3 "f'f'ZZl?7!, .VL-t5v?r!Tp:'?'A ...-.-.:QiiE?2Ts1a ,..2:::7 , Temple gracluales I1BYQ: shown a predilection for llme specialty of surgei-5f:7"f':gg K -ga - ,mia . .....,,.a1 . . ..,:' :"U1"1'fXff .... ,.., e.1,..........., 4 A BS. North Hills, Pennsylvania Born in Glenside, Pa., on February 27, 1915 Attended high school in Abington, Pa. Attended Franklin and Marshall College 1952-1956. Married to Mary Helen Stephens in 1958. Junior interneslstip at Temple University Hospital, Pluilaclel- plmia, Pa. Senior internesluip at Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster Pa., for one year. 84 Herman Miller Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bom in Philaelelphia, Pa., on December 14, 1915 Attended South Philadelphia High Seheel Attended Temple University 1951-1956. . .. ..i41-eva-14' .. 'I wk! :M ,iLf..,.,.....---1-f' . .., . i V Senior interneship at St. Lulces and Childrens Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., for one year. ag i.1v.': .-:va ir.. ..,,,,.-. -L"2L5Y5i-L':'.:.: ' " ' Bahcoclc Surgical Society. """ f'fm'1'Z'5"'TTf1Z ' RK. . .,, WNV,-i. ..- av . A 5isfr?dt:tir.1?fj'.- w.i.a3,v."' ' -The Kolmer complement lixalion lesi for syphilis has heen proven highly specific and sensitive and 'fsgliieif elif.. is now widely usecl hoth nationally and interna- tionally. fff 85 'wg fGi22 -we urali V n7ZiiiZ1GSfi' 'Eg' '- Born . ....W.. ...,. M. ,., - - . ' 32" MP4 .- 1. - -f-V-.,,-:mv1-was-:am--zwy , .:gi'liWi'? .. ,,.. , , ,:'.. -,. ' . 1 Sglfiexjefrv- H2511-wig " 54.-.-..-. ., .... ..... . .- ,,f,f,',Q'-,5X'J1H!G:1:.. .-..... -,V .. .- 5435955-Q.4,5fE'gj:I1.'. Temple University Medi- cai Schooi has been co- widucalionai since its very . 0 0 'K g'nning. John W Iiilam MINS 6 I 'Wa 9,13 W ft 71. L I 'en1.e- 1 13'e151mv: Pittsburgh, Pennsyivania in Vvilmerciing, Pa., on Iune 14, 1911 Attencied Girard Coiiege, Piiiiacieipimia, Pa. Attencieci U Senior inter niversity of Pittsburgh 1Q53-IQ56. nesiiip at Pittsiourgii Medical Center, Pittsburgh, H., iiOI' OTIC year. 86 wi gW,,vzv- ?'a"2?WSL3,"4 , V- H .xzumeifk "'LQx,.e ' 4' .QA :g gf- -:K:.r.::Avur..DSc.'1i1?yk5!43g, 271315. 541. .. ,.,M,W,5-mwsfl, W A M-H N '- ' .--793::r.:-Ytlfiivff.. T K ::::'i-iRf5"f'fw"' Q . 1 "' ' 'I f ",'5Ir5Pf-fguumg "K'1vTx.v.-?""". QF ,..,,x.1zaa:dFB41 X iierzfzwf' The highest number of operations performed in ..:X:4fi4fg-51P-- one clay in lhe hospital is 'A-ij7g 55' ""5'AfIT ?f,1..L. , .-,,. HW.. ....m.-...r Suv . x-4Lf-:fa-+:.af Gf4'fZiSv'St1f'-vw?3t?F4ft55l?1'I-S32'fstD1vizBmf Wrf 'Jt.4S:.'i'wfft7ft4ivHMff+N'3UI'Yt"tftt"2?5"'..:1': - ""' ' L.-ilhwu IYJMLNM-Y'4 UH . . -A ef- --f - - '- tr '44:1.wff,SsftZt4'?fmm.... ' "' A J f'3?:SL:13-lxffftiifwx.. " ""'ff'77?ifT' .V-s 1: -:":.'. .,. ..,.. - .... 39 tary- . -. Since the greatest cause of death in the U. SL Navy is Iieacl injury, naval physicians are Ise- ing sent to our hospital for training in neurology -- H U -241.9-Lf V M- t w,f.,v,',-.pyf , .,., ...TRXLLISLQAL " v'.'-34'57'XlA' . , rg 'qxggr' . .Y K ..w,,rg,e .. .M-.,.f-..w.lir. VYBYU-w Jack Moore , 1 ..::.ei.-S'-g,T,'5f5' and neurosurgery- ,M ,'vlI Tigtg, 'win ..q.fr ' ,, ,.,..,fZLZLfglg:1Q-i'.45" . ., ..... .wmwuv - ,e 127:-A - .. 111Q-gzggbm N 1. P I - ' Roc CStCI', 61'11'1Sy VHIIIH Born in Rochester, Pa., on September 9, 1914 Attended high school in Rochester Attended Geneva College 1952-IQ56. Junior interneship at Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, N. J Senior internesiiip at Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, N. J. for two years. Babcock Surgical Society. Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. 88 flu- ,Q - Rolnert Selwyn Morris AB. Merehanwille, New Jersey Bom in Philadelphia, Pa. Attended high eeheel in Camden, N. J. Attended Temple University 1932-1956. Senior internesliip at Alaington Memorial Hospital, Aloington, Pa., for two years. Babcock Surgical Society. 89 Jseagik l J' Mx 1 Jim -17 'i' .3455 ' Y, f'-2. , ,ff--7-. Mm-ueuffu ., .. - """12'9LIe-.eq-,-" " M-mm, -1,,...-,.-xew 1-- V, . Afgwvtef-ssltee. ,QL ., . 1 ' .uf3?if???E " " ,come-rdf: . 'ik kilbjixlflibw - - j,1yfS'Qtfe:,:c.. 1. . xm:'41i.'hz"1" 'T About 25.000 accident izases. are .lreatecl in the v-v," lospital, In an average ,,,, , year. "Zigi: i L '. 'Wdluafug k'35E'??F?? "ies ,. e vnu. - , 072-f5I9:Ql'iZi' ""W ' " A -- - "Q19:f5sma'z:w:eeff1.'.e... .I X E Forrest George Moyer New Tripoli, Pennsylvania Born in Lynnvilte, Pa., on October 27, 1916 Attenotect high sctiool in Statington, Pa. SEM-me ,YW 14 Attended Muhlenberg College, 1Q31-1955. M 1 . , 2IQ g4LsffZ'f?TTiT3 . . . . i M" ' -jg "'o2 Qty'"1"f,"Li.T,""' 1 I ,Lx " Junior internestup at Allentown General Hospital Allen- ,,Q, -,,,,,, L town, Pa. - ,'9?i'f'l'L, . tikwnzfctz - Senior internestiip at Allentown General Hospital, Allen- town, Pa., for one year. Babcock Surgical Society. 90 -'FLLQL ., ,... .. "" .1 . Q ft A mf same-.f -1. " ' lk- : - ki2mE"'iE:f."::' .' . aaa: 'PTT'-f" "'-SMS:-1 aaa: .' 'QV-KIM ' 0-ff :aw gi? -. v..-, -S'J ,fig-mf: 11 Certain pieces of appa- ratus recently otesigned in the department of phar- macology anct sold to other institutions are re- ceiving favoratate com- ment anct the demand ex- ceects the supply. a - -4 ' X' 'Su ,Q . f, Q2-2' ,.f-1?-fi AM' - 4 1 William Daviol Pace 324,21 -w,'5?ef:nsf.i:nvu,:::u:f:1Sf 6i!4WiZ'-'iig,, f -"-f'f-'-M'22f12a1Q1m-onsim'cef7:'v ' . ..., ....o-...,i..,..-.., .,..,.,..-,W.,..iq . - .,,,..,...-...,--i,.-,:-.-.miwm -IWSIZ, N - ' " " -out -1-,vmrvfra ' , - , .. .. -,..,, .,. J., , I ,V :::9:"E-FH . - V -- i Dr. Muller, resiclent in ortliopeclics, starred for the University of Califor- nia in tlxe Rose Bowl lootlnall game in 1950. -V-..,,.f..,,M-1-fmw -fi2a-".,,, . ..o.o,mwsebss , Q-imilxf' -' ..i'::7'.',...,...tm' .-.Q ...-L,.,.,....: A L .......,.....Q..v. ,. ..... ,.,,v.g4,, :. .....-.,..,M....- ..- -----ff:-few-' ---:erm-5 . , -M ...,.....,.., 'A F.. B.S. Provo, Utali Born in St. Iotms, Ariz., on August 4, 1912 Attended liigli scliool in Salt Lalce City, Utali Attenclecl University of Utaii 1929-19553 University of Utali School of Medicine 1936-1938. P Junior internesliip at Utali State Hospital, Provo, Utalx. Senior internesliip at Tliomas D. Dee Memorial Hospital, Qgflen, Utali, for one year. Plli Clli Fraternity. 91 John A. Parrott ""1"m'eS-W ' V ik 'fwmmme -4 Ti? I'1L2.!f35f,gQ: vcrarnwwzwr.-Jlggfygsgleymqggfqg, - A---ff-fv:uvf:'gw1rv.qowsrr-,scsz'Q"" , ., .-,.--,,,., , ,.....r.,,,m V 5 f, M, , . .llt.'f.2-.-LAUs-,im-.1-guQ:m:. , 5-'T"i"'-"', ,, . , . . ,.,,-,.,...s.,u..y,..,,,,sq1, 1 , .,,. 1, J 1:11-Eiiiflliiiff'-"" maui A. any ':f"-gb.::M!?'3fL,Lf.' X "'z7l7r2f.l3Y3f '- ,.'?..vu,.,, ln his early years at .izlfiban Temple, Dr. Moore treritifl-illiffwlffgg in Q ed all time patients in ttie ' - "' orthopedic clinic himself, 3'fggrg51lg-X551 ttiree times eacti week-,-' 'f-ff g3yJgn "' .1 -V-umm-P . Y. - fl-I,"2'7Xi ' is-zgfzxxvrketi , ..... ..-ww-ur Winston, Nortti Carolina Born in Winston, N. C., on November 6, 1914 Attended high sctiool in Vvinston Attenctect North Carolina State College 1951-1954. Married to Louise Epps in 1956. Junior internestiip at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington Pa. Senior interneship at City Hospital, Winston-Salem, N. C. for one year. Wright Dermatoiogicai Society. 92 Lloyd S Persun Jumor mterneshlp at Harrisburg P015 clinic Hospital Harris .mfzg w L lffl i A fmmm 4 . A ,, .4.. Mi, -E45 A pg, -,- .... ,.:,1.g,y ,. -... :sg,z'- ""' 3 ' ' 192WvEff25iff'f "" ' ,Jw . . ...... .. mawmfm ki?575,Xf4i2!4r'::g4.-.... vviwsiifanf ' , 7 or'S3WCl Kc., ,iq ..,.x. fmfg. fi-.X--f. 2 J. .,-"":'3,g, ' ' ' " 'IBEW . A V2Mf5vs's'9' y1iwi:..,,.,. . .. ..'Z1'T"?f' .... 5 Having an air-pilofs li- Qense. Dr. Moore has found it in good stead in covering many of luis medical missions. 02 2,297 Mr......Q-.-W-.- .,..-- Born i Anoert M. Peterson AB., BS. Sawyer, North Dakota n Sawyer, N. D., on December 25, 1907 Attended high school in Sawyer Attenctect University of North Dakota 1926-1950. Senior interneship at Sacred Heart Hospital, Spokane, Wash., for one year. 94 1 fr- 5' L'-'I ' ' ,... , . W... . f , . 1 .sm tang: . 1- ' f...-mm ' v"""" r 3-i?7Ff-15-E3:1:"::':':.-. 'A ..... -.. , . yggygzjgggggr ""' Amaamem ,,H,iVlI,'-,H,Xqs2:c:.:1A,,.-.,.. ' i3T:Efff'i-K' ' Wfgzzqggpg 1. .U-,:..-,A , . ,K , A V1 - - 'trip ........ .. .L '.', 1' ws-naw.---+V Temple University Medi- cal School has graduated 1661 men and women into the medical profes- sion. ,.,.,....... ' 91E'14?i'-: e-.T. ... V , .fL'31Q91T:i:::Zq-.:.-713'-535-5:--N.iU --us...-......s-v,....g.xa..:..,.-Jta. ..:.'... . .,.,,..-..... .., 'W-Mme e "" fvza-gg,5g,gzfgyi,g"zggfgffm ?tQ',S1s2S7t'1aw3gi?2sTtw, 1. t fx- Nam 4 L An5.mn+gf:4:wi4: 59251:-,,,, " ' 'Qu-'---' ':xxx-vs-Qlsz.-.v1k2Qf4y3.3g,3.',.,ygd-. ., .... - -4.4.-,mn::::fj,.'L.l.'jjjg,A:..vgxzf- r -it-f' 1. ::'gp::::, . ,' 9: 'f X... .. Y . . ...moi .f.-,,,,,4 ' -3 , A -. .':g:'s',3f,-gf-' .. . .,,,,,9N bercuiosis. was performe at the Eagleviile Sanita- rium. x The first artificial bron- chial occlusion, for kuf CI.. I n A 'SEFTPFZS " 5:ii::'jiyiux'l ' ' jrrolzxxw- .,...-:tome H" 'ir-x-'lar X H7531 . ' 25955 'zlfky Q", spy, .As . ..v.'.v--,i-L .. .. :,....s.w,,..qqt:Ei . .M.,,o.a...ag W... :N . r .r..uvs-gym . .... ,....i..X.4 .f. I ,bv ,. ,...A...n:-R A . .....w.,v,.x ,qu 115501 ' . .-. ,....- .,.-.mn-nv --1' V- ,-.qa,r.zwanw5'Ze.-Jew -manila" ' I' T"'C' " - Kagan..-,- Charles William Peterson AB. New York City, New York Born in Cypress Hills, N. Y., on November 28, 1909 Attended high sciuooi in Flushing, N. Y. Attended Eariiiam Coiiege 1,927-19315 Coiumioia University 1931-19523 Coiumioia University College of Physicians and Sur- geons 1932-1955. Married to Eiizaibetii Marquis, NLD., in IQB6. -Junior internesiiip at Riverview Hospital, NO1'FiSf0WH, Pa. Senior internesiiip at Bellevue Hospital, New York, N. Y., for four years. 95 eqwi-4-fifya-rvilvfivawwwawdfm sms... M-UPN'-' mxvxsdf :-5--w,1:nr.xrpv . Q: "" 2' fa, 7: v..-m-r.fmqQyvMaFtwY?:,Ag5,3g-,gr 7- V fif1:7:r1:Q:':L:,'32rug:..,L,- A ftwifl, , , - -erm, ,. -..,,.-M..fic--gggagqf-5A K' L 'i:E:'12?3?+?3Q?77't1"" . . X ' " "" .--::.f',f1sm1fv2':l'lW ..M.i.',gQ-isstif X '-Lfyvafgzdl ,...'1..wp5, ' vm . '-2 JM Approximately half of a1l......w?lMlXw. the machinery and ratus in the X-Ray . . '-"NLT-ZAQQ' ' partment was built in Dr iw- J. Chamheriain's Search Maciiine ShoR:'j::QjfffEf5fEQ,37' ,, ,A,. B -A-, B-5- , 1 -fs. 4:'l'4-4T1:4aL-- 5 P55359 Eg "fT1'TfY': n ,Y wwe Nlinot, North Dakota Born in Mohall, N. D., on October 24, 1914 Attencieci high school in iVIinot Attended University of North Dakota 1933-1Q56g University of North Dakota School of Medicine 1956-1958. Senior interneship at St. Johnys Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, POI' OHS YCEIT. 96 Edward Pickert Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on September 22, 1916 Attended West Philadelphia High Seheel Attended Temple University 1955-1956. Senior internestlip at Frankford Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., for one year. Wright Derrnatological Society. Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity. 97 P v l V 1: . .mee f 1' H-+""l' AN . -1 x eau .a -4- --lee. ' -wif i A nv -- :'7' '- ',,..,i.a..,....,..., - '. , fi .-5513 ? . -... . ,Qi fir:-wifi' ... ' K - l-5ili2fQkI5i'1' 'H' ' ii if X "" :::- - " ' ' ' " nigh,-git-'4'pJgI',. 1-mera' V. 3-.1 '-I :- 0 U7 Q? or O O O xr rs :a Q. U5 cv Ill 2. :: H. techniques for herniorrlm- , plmy are the most widely I used in modern surgical L procedures. l in l A a i' -1 PSYC'-. M i V a.,,1 .eR,a.""5 Lia'3fS'fQ-EEE l lf i ll 1 1 i i l Francis rl Ol'1f1 Aloysius Renzulli AB. Germantown, Pennsylvania Born in Plrilaclelpliia, Pa., on lwarclr 24, 1910 Attended l1igl1 sclcrool in Upper Darby, Pa. Attended Villanova College 1955-1954: University ol Penn- sylvania IQ54-1936. 1 Married to Rosemary E. Joyce in 1959. I :-r-1:-aawm Junior internesliip at Fitzgerald-lVlercy Hospital, Darlay, Pa. " Senior interneslciip at Cliestnut l-lill Hospital, Cllestnut Hill, Pa., lor one year. I . Vvriglmt Dermatological Society. Dr. BK0n?etrli1an eitivi 'UY' mem er o e ex Phi Fraternity- f.fE --Eagcmiriwkp committee of tlie Amer. 'fix '22it16x1ie4f1+-.- W-- 98 vw, ican Association ol Clin- ical Patliologists. Wfwwf 1m.sfg,4?cfewssfffvowwvweswxaw.. Mary Elaine J. Rohr - T-Y ,.,... .N Y .m1f,.,'hL-.--,-w.m:p.w.:w.4v1!1- 1, 4m:m'agf.9,L "'?T7?t2iFi7 1HANWYQd - T:T:i:'i11ZL:L-t.i.1...aW,,am1-AQWQEZ, :M A ...- ' - - - '-':f:g:'.-uvitwifawii " 'f1+tbwWKLW991 -'Arif-i..,.m 1 V There are approximately HV-, ..ig.zm:H .T N. . 'J 5 '-nsxwyguif .I - ww,.v.'zsx'1,r .-i..z5gu:1atQ5 - an .,.,n,x,L , ' 1 5ii5T1?Z' V mggg. levi '- su Xjifgy ".ooo S cl' Ct I "!Tlli7-limi?" A 9. . Ofum V3.6 Injections given yeary IH. tiie T e rn p I e Buerger SLQAQSQQQQK Clinic. -- wi W A .,... LW' f F -- -fgffifgaftfjigijnw, KF . . ,L-gi new-41 an . . ..,., at-H, - f lsliliil' ,, ........ .hqwwnnv ...,.,.,....1-T'- .. .......1,:-1, 2 ..:,11-f4-1z:f,..- AB, Neicoosa, Wisconsin Born in Madison, Wis., on September 12, 1915 Attended high school in Neicoosa Attended University of Wisconsin 1Q52-19561 University of Wisconsin Medical School 1956-1Q58. Senior internesiiip at Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, R. I., for two years. 99 PHMFWZCQF' . 72 :z.- ff-fftikwfvxe .r,.m..-.. .ff?42fffi+-51vFz4we?f?fv5Hs.f-5.1..ffseM,. Harold JOEIIIS Rowe .-.,1:..ui.47Tf-Lefrnmrnvwzwr-'-vii,' . . - 5- -If-Wm2wf rvzc.'v1'4Q' . -.-Md.-. .,....,t,,.1f1y ur cy ' " --W --W --1fx:-15:1-1-L-wwffiafki, .W . f Ii .. ..,-.e5r- -' , ..,. v.,,.-4 'Www W4 - "4"fvVWl1" X97 .,:.g.W.f , . .-,Wv3gpja1e2u15 1 ff.v,sQY'P' I .N Of over 7,000 students who have passed tlxrough'-'fffi " the Municipal Hospital only 5 have contracted ,pffft ---i-f wi-Aiiigw-In ,e.,,...,,. :fs g any disease. A --,- --H-gi:gg1JE"yf L . .,., ,..u,,.rs. , ....,. ,.-.,.p,f,mzW' . ,.... .A . ..,. ,..,,.-,.. ,. LTV' 3 ,1tJC ' BS. Wiikinsburg, Pennsylvania Born in Wilkinsburg, Pa., on September 30, 1914 Attencieci high school in Vvilkinsburg Attended Allegheny College 1951-1Q55g University of Pitts Burgh 1955-1956. Married to Emily Frances Shaw in 1957. Senior internesiiip at Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pitts bllfgh, PH., f01' 0116 year. Phi Chi Fraternity. 100 I Francis William Saul BS. Camp Hill, Pennsylvania Born in Germantown, Ohio, on August 50, 1907 Attended liigln school in Harrisburg, Pa. Attenclecl Gtterlaein College IQZ6-IQZQQ IQ5-'S-IQB4. Junior interneslmip at Philadelphia State Hos 'tal Plfl cl l- , . .,. - w -1 .sr:- .. .'.'. fag.-V..-..-mafia v '-'fn' 'flu' ' 'fioww-' , pl , I a e pl1ia, Pa. a 1 . ' Senior interneslmip at Temple University Hospital, Pliilaclel- 'V' W ""' !C:::gg.g..-.... . phia, Pa., for two years' Temple Medical Sclmol 55,:iQgQg?Q,g-4, is or? Tl tlle few scliools --Qfi3jQQZ5If'Q:ij" in wiicx quantitative uri- Wright Dermatological Society. 5wtia:sirr:r.-twhaiyses on 24 hour, SPE. cial cliet specimens, are . . . J ' F l . l A Plu Rlio Sigma Fraternity. istlllqye m res mmm Clem 101 BN H' "' 135 ' iuiam Henry Schiller B.S. Madison, Wisconsin Born in Livingston, Wis., on March 17, 1910 Attended high school at Watertown, Vvis. Attended University of Wisconsin 1Q51-1Q35Q 1Q35-1958. Married to Eleanor J. Dieman in 1937. Senior interneship at St. Francis Hospital, Lacrosse, Wis., for one year. 2 ., -1 fiwhsvzouni- ,,w.S':uL:::.b .. ,.-sfcZ'tM937f1fr.rQ.n4 , A M5 ,, " ,,,,-,M-M....m,... ,"""" 1 ' J ' mfr.-gn-.::z.,.t... ...., ,,,,... .fvf'x ,." - ' " "',"LZ"" " A 'J ..1.X.:-f H - .fSgf:e:,u.1:, 52225-113-:5gi.'.'g' ' eHff,+ef-i'+M-'- fssiiabbieszwt- ---- -'--.--- - U U ,, .fSFvX55M921a'qf:.:...- ....., The marking camera, mt7f'?1:3'9fs15'l5-57 1..-..'3'fffi?Qff,fIf.ff"f - . .I F . qnifwba, f 55555 f 1. rgQ:f5fi5.':.-':' ' r-"- gd, , 'sgisfssf Q41-.1 the UTatale Stereoscopef' the 'U-Femple U. Head Clampf' the Hchamber- lain Bi-Plane Fluore- scopel' and the Wlnemple U. Multi-Plane Fluore- scopen are among the most successful results of Pe 5g:Qhl4Qhamberlain's no- Miixwiable inventive skill. V wwf- ' :..'.-:Hx--.-. , . .. .. - , - , rv.. W1f09k, .. ...... .,.4:.:.u.f..,.. Y 5 1 -..,,..-,...-.w......11t..,..,,.-41,-. 1 .,.,1....,..,,,......... ee-mfg 1' s -A 'ggtgfyxaffaaigzggkif Lgp11's-515142-255351 fri . -Jfl:'l-lair-w, "tnvt?2lanfn.t. 4lr:s1nr-stan: L-.'3t......fb:f. ..., ... . ,.X......SA2'r... T:F-722fgmlrfnsawswsrnvwlw-vlkqbig-Siisiawa. ' "1 ..sL:':.-..:.....J1.om, v,-we , '- A - -f - -4.-..-v.wvJ'1.tuv? x. .. f., -51.5, -, Ant., :::1':'f7'-P-In . . . .. . ...,. ...V..:,,:umyw,mm, -.--..-.-414-x . 'i:7::CP4iW ,,,,ptg. As a result ol llis valu-,...-. ,..,,. N. . alale association witli Dr. Steel, Dr. C. H. Mc- Devitt is one oi tile laest trainecl ol tlie younger men in medicine on enclarteritis. ---'A tl .-.............n ..-M,,wX .s.....-.N - ..-M.-V :ls L "gf . , .,.. ..,.....4n-flaaassfli h - . ki..-,g:::q.1-gxjv --,1n.. .. -'---.--fffsmv- ,A ,..-..4,,-.::yz -il . . ifprffi- :.:."-so..... 'V 'WE ' . ' 'Bam ' -115355 " tsramwt James P. Scott A.B. Pluillipsburg, Pennsylvania Born in Plttllipsburg, Po., on April 25, 1915 Attended the Hill Scltool Attended Dartmouth College 1932-1936. Senior internesliip at lVlercy Hospital, Pittslourgli, Pa., for one year. Wright Dermatological Society. 103 'sws",Z',3?"-'e 'H "ErV321:f,:w7w,e, fiersxism..iisllifvexwvereawfmrmes. qsfsrnvxfxhirvt.-J2h ,g46g:ggt,gq,E,:L 9 . 11',F':i-!'?,n'1-EkZ':5'W'U' ' - 'ffflfillll gmyemlifz, .ft , f' ' --1 e --- -- e'-"'A:g-ifwwiwfi- M' fvmfwa "W " ' 'J :'uv.Q.Lg.1Q55guw 'WVTF www wg: .. s.,,..vm:ews " any xmzxvx v""'1fX:7:iZH .,.,.,.,,,.,P,,M ln some communities wliere Dr. Moores tal- , 'I5"lt3lQ'Sge entecl liancls have tlme allllictecl, lie is lcnow,r1,gQ,,,:T'WWTA as Htlme miracle man ., ,.,. .lgLf,LyibE'L3l2z?i'.15' ,,,.,.. .Nukes-6? 'H-r,f4fTT'2hit" , . ,:,,,-...f,. ,f . ,e:,e'ff11 . ' Ricliarol Qtllello Sellers BS. Ford City, Pennsylvania Born in Butler, Pa., on April 25, 1914 Attended high seheel in Ford City Attended Grove City College 1952-1Q'j6. Junior interneslnip at Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. Senior internesllip at Cedars ol Leloanon Hospital, Los Angeles, Cal., for one year. Wright Dermatological Society. Plli Cl'1i Fraternity. 104 t I .4 1 l I 2 K I I I 5 1 M ,, .... , .Jr--testevtvn' Q, ..-1- 1. 'a in it --Mme Y to 'T"f"'If'f-at-vw' If ' r.v-nemumvme-ww t ..- .-.-s., i H- it .455-J' W V. ,J P 1 .nE19"91:if'2fz-ft X N wt ren.- ...,. , -16959-Q-f - if 1 ""' X fr "" Student physicians from 5, N "call over the world come 'gl "i55ggg.5g24Q2gL',. to Temple to take Dr. 'ii Lf ,cu-ro - 4,- - ---- ----.,. ,, Jackson s postgraduate - L-I . ' Course in endoscopy. 3 Wfff--i- jg t it , Lattimer Mines, Pennsylvania Born in Lattimer Mines, Pa., on April 10, 1914 Attended Hazleton Township High School in Hazleton, Pa. Attended Pennsylvania State College 1931-1935. Junior internesiiip at Locust Mountain State Hospital at Shenandoah, Pa. Senior internesitip at Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., for one year. Wright Dermatoiogicai Society. Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 105 W!! 1 'ln-4-.. A lt ...,,.r,,,,-,,-.. . , , .. 5. ,i . t: 1 -i?'Q--.Q:1:tf,t,Q.-LL 3 U ,N 1 I, it 5 3 i 1 V I I Q, 1 A 1 Rochester, Pennsylvania George F. Slaugert Bs. Born in Rochester, Pa., on April 8, 1915 Attendecl Rochester High Scliool Attended Geneva College 1955-1956. Senior internesliip at Allegheny General Hospital in Pitts- lpurgln, Pa., for one year. Babcock Surgical Society. Alpha Kappa Kappa Fraternity. 106 P! Jn. 4 ---- ..., 5-if g I.. .,..f,.. .... .... .. .W-. -. H -- -- "m..,-.."'- ,Vg-mvwn Jani.. ' - ..,-. ...... L,,V,',1,,... ,. , Q Y. - -.. 'ma-.-5'-ra-:,L:'::... -., ..-- -'. a. V ...j my ,::a,5-Vf............ " U VA ',r,',uh 1'1- :55 if :".1-. ,:'f5+t+fwHw1'- Aggfibjfiggm. ,.... ....... - ,,Lll,flQS5,X'.1Q:,:c':::.L. - ,,... mgazysfw-i-1+f"' - ' -:-1-J-w--f-, XSQ-mf., - ilaf-w-MA.: 11.-. . . whiff-'Af3a:a:xrrQ.f 41.2 QQ5f,5c.., .... ,. ,. ..'!'Y'C"!"T'T" aa:.,,. . 'L-....- The course of instmc- tion lny Prof. Kolmer on Dentistry in Relation to Medicine is probably the first of its kind and lvouncl to marlc an epoch in mecl- ical teaching. E 1t.LS:ki2c44!ew+fvt'.1TI. .... T 'twamaxn 1731::s:.:'513:.:z:.:z.::Q 11' ..-.....'..W1.wv.w:v4xlvkr1..W-.hh . ,.,.,,-,: ginll,,.'j.:f'ff"""'-"f"l"""s" " ':::9?ffE71?F lr. Fay was the first xan in this country to stalulish ventriculograptiy Il CI enceptialograptiy .,.g,,,,i Jaw Charles H. Smith Clifton, New Jersey Born in Clifton, N. I., on November 27, 1912 Attended Princeton Preparatory School Attended New York University 1952-1956. Married to Ellen C. Ttirocicrnorton in 1957. Senio ia Hos itat, N. J., for one r interneship at St. Barna as p .fr L:-4..- ...-...:f3M year. - WM it Wright Dermatoiogical Society. ....-.f.,fvn-ni-in . .x.....w. ' Phi Rilo Sigma Fraternity. long clinical lines. --I e--i . W me W ........, .,.. --.M . facrsxrf' -v.1-... rlay Spiegelman B.S. Pluilaclelpliia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on fanuary 15, 1916 Attended Germantown High School Attenolecl Temple University 1933-1956. -' '7 f'5Q'.' "." 'ffffE1fIT7Pf,I'IQlTfI.2fI-SKESG' f:"5""G'ffS-alkm - YH-, W..,,,,,....,....,.-ia.-,r.v.w. -N -ilu. 'f-f Senior internesliip at lVlt. Sinai Hospital, Plnilaclelplmia, Pa for one year. Y'FT-wwwrnsv ...s.wvm'vss?:5s 31 , , 'Agnmz7"f'E' D D l The developing s0lqtip1ifjQfQ5EfZQ Wright Dermatological Society. in Templels X-Ray Darlc Room is ucalilnraieazln daily, This helps to falggieffflfimmmm Plat Lamlaola Kappa Fraternity. tlie guess worlc out of Xen" 5 ray teclmic, for tlle lrJeneT'i:'2iE13f'77 tit of tlme patients. -ui-'12-1Qg'i?e 1 .......fm,L C ' ., ..... ,.:4.'11:aai41ml.ii:fit 103 .,.-. ,..-,.,.av..v.... P -.fz1fz's'oi43?-Ta-"'5BW"" two J 1 Robert Acworttl Straugtm ' Nlansfield, Pennsylvania Born in Elmira, N. Y., on Iuly 1, 1915 Attended high school in Nlansfield Attended Nlansfielcl State Teachers, College 1Q52-IQS6. Junior interneship at Jewish Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Senior interneship at Jewish Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., years. Wright Dermatological Society. 109 . .'...,.mfs-M.-muirm' , , r - ' .,., 7 j?fe5+f-eeggwmw-x-- i - sszmm-:,,:" '-1 W-- ' for '?'?'-iftitfirsm-W' fQg555f4p,3y,. .,.... 1 .,,. .., e I a y e cl reduction of fractures, by Dr. Moore ..fiQjgQ1A.I:j3jf7f!- V and Iris stalif, has receiv- its first critical con- sideration, in a series of 'fQE53E1i31b:.... over 6.000 cases, with "F'4"M'?j-gliexcetlent results. W mx-...,.-3? F -f in H "' 1 .. t Lucien Martin Strawn AB. Morgantown, West Virginia Born in Uniontown, Pa., on April 15, 1914 Attended high school in Morgantown Attended West Virginia University 1952-19553 Dulce Univer- sity 19554937- Married to Joy Makinson in 1957. Senior interneship at Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PH., FOI' OHC year. 110 . .1--ef-5 ' l, .X -1 11 ,guts g,.'t...,..- V A Ll 31fl"?N'.Q.'.Qg'..T?Zffm"" , A . mx Y s ,Mm 'SH-he X QW ,':.-:,,ggizyV..'- . --1 51.11. . . 1f'9:C'lYN':':',:. ,, . . agig,-aaesfw--A J 'Nw we-Us ---- - ggi,-Wm? ..,, ,-- . ' Ea2evS1ifi-1- ' 5?-'fkj-:1,'f'.'L'.v mvrww- r 'c. QQFLETZ , . f ., ,. . . f,i,.f...V. H . clinics in the U. S, and Wnmf.-.'.' , ., .W Drs. Scott and Young. of the Fay and Chamberlain staffs, developed a i r myelography, now used in all the larger neuro- Europe. "N 34:1 1-JJ - fm'f1'1'r-ws: Q ,. 5. i'1Ef:2'9ee--. . ,, . --.-:A, ,f--Hx. .. -,-f5i3Q355?f2'i7:?1ff-1"-4 . , .... -..,,,... .... N V -....-...,,.r.m ......,... ,J ..,, Q .,.... . .... '--Q-4-Mggqw -. Us 'gagigmmgigjig59132'31'5if,'5,' 1 ' 215- '75 W'1nz4".+a1r" srnwex .t.'ie,-.1-ww r ve vt--.....fa:n. -3-gg'-1:'.7-wg:rnmrxvuuzwre'-'IF' 951. '5E1Wf'i.-fi' . . --5-1555-y.zgQ'12LT.1.'.-,-4 .r.gq,,5Lf5f?em ,:. A 1' La fag.. r .- ..-1 1- .51 nee4i1.mJ:Qa, ' ' ' . ,,......... '43-,-,. 1'3,5i1.g""': V PTT... .. ' -K 'jg-:Le1s'fJ53uw: X -4e-+wn1p.- From 1922 to 1950 tl1e Physiology Lalauratory stuclenfs working units were increased from 15 lo 50. ..,.amu-'aims " - 'winidr I . ,,,...m,g e 71.95327 ,-.e,, 511 :a1,4'er , W,-nw.. .,. , - """' . :-:g3z.Sgx , 1 35 ..r-,..f,X- 4 , 'n ee mr mesa? ... ,wen-L . . ...ms ' t' ' . ,... , 5 Q: LJ ,. .:,z.fg5f:1' . ...- aqmwy ,LT en, P' Tl' pi Lawrence David Stuart A.B. DuBois, Pennsylvania Born in Hunt's Run, Pa., on March 26, 1915 Attended high seheel at Kitranning, Pe. Attended Allegheny College 1952-1956. Junior internesluip at Philadelphia State Hospital, Philadel- pliia, Pa. Senior interneslmip at Scott-White Clinic, Temple, Tex., for one year. Wright Dermatological Society. 111 Lucien Martin Strawn AB. Morgantown, West Virginia Born in Uniontown, Pa., on April 15, 1914 Attended high school in Morgantown Attended West Virginia University 1952-19553 Dulce Univer- Sify 1955-1957- Married to Joy Makinson in 1957. Senior internesiiip at Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pa., for one year. 110 .- i.,,, t .,,...,. W . . . 'T' 'f"'5?vi?Ze1-fffuru-mmvnm:-v - X-,wi-i,r.,,.,-5f:j'4'r-.-fe:-:mr-1-1: -.-.- W- , A,WS.m xaFE?55E5?15f3ZiT.'.. ,Q-wijfgmi+e1,W..,. ,.f. .. W "" ' Drs. Scott and Young, of Q.5,fgf:4r-,timid the Fay and Chamberlain , 'wi'2-1L"f,-.- Iw- staffs, developed a i r myelograplmy, now used in all the larger neuro- igj5i,,,,,. ,. . clinics in time U. S. and awe- 1 w I 'K-2-if:,,,., .. '1g,'5,",f,,' 544. Europe. A if f 2:44- A ' ft. -'-' i ' fgMguigijnv:a9giii,i,g5iX,g-Q' 151-Stagg, 'S'1Fe1e.l7sf F ' ,,,,,,..,., .... .-,.. .., .,,, .,..,,,1.1.. e-en.-.1--fly,-J -:war : N wwz.-.wav 1 1 'f' . - - - 1 ,.f.1nv-r:1'Ww!:5Ae , 1. . .Pe , ,...-..-, LZ.-.,,.:1... ..-, nag' "- From 1922 to 1950 tl-1e Physiology Laboratory stuclenfs worlcing units were increasecl lrom 15 to 50. ' . ,,.,..g.ggg.g,,,n,. N.- v -1-.h:,w,em1' ...fig-XLEQXS ii 1.-1:25331-' -1. veri- . .....vLf.1C-.fire .........-.xygqiwtim . ......,,-eg...6Q-wwf . ..'.,W-V Inf. K 1 ,.z2g,5gQ.'g'Q? -, . .9 1 2' , . ,,...nn...x, . . ,,....,1.,. W. .,. 1 f - ,m..,u,-.. Lawrence Daviol Stuart AB. DuBois, Pennsylvania Born in Hunfs Run, Pa., on March 26, 1915 Attended high seheel at Kittanning, Pe. Attended Allegheny College 1932-1956. Junior interneslmip at Philadelphia State Hospital, Pliilaclel- pllia, Pa. Senior internesllip at Scott-White Clinic, Temple, Tex., lor one year. Wright Dermatological Society. 111 V7-'Rf 97315, , 'v.. it . r-1 en." ":fl'tidQ1kYJf'ic911H17N. ..-...,.......... ,,.. ,. . . . ,,,, , :. u,..zu:::ax1nZ4gQQgmQggr asv, -. T, ..,. ,..., . , 1...'1C,.,r.'.g..n.Q ---Cf---J V .4 ,. fa.. .,-..Lat.-.Z-.isa-,.,.m,,-xmwfsfi', A A " -W--V r-- -' .,11:2frza-'uxzfyxewi . - ., if,.:-p1xxVf.j.'1Q1.a4ggw555IQ ..,...,..,L.:-gf-' .. "':::L':'fIF?' .. .. . : 'rf 'u+f:ct:J!'ll'11S,,.j 'AT "'.'vw.v1Iwf',r ....r..Wm1f1,:Qi.xs N A-::vQ9,llQTF' . After over 200 ciissec- tions of tile arterial pat?1IfJ5C,fgQQ2"g:mW'i tern of time olorsum of ttiefifff-fwii-l11", foot, Dr. Huber 'rincis tifafffi-3325 time textbook c1etail...gisg:g4ggg- 2M resent in only 21"'7o"1'0A Q A. Cases, ---+1-'lei-"1f'ffEJx't . l........,:,: . - .V efaefe-..-e-7-,.....-1 , 1: ':,: ra-nafsgi' N175lRZ'BE9Tw W wang-B... HOWHFC1 Joel SIIITIITIODS Reading, Pennsylvania Born in Reading, Pa., on February 12, 1915 Attended high school in Reading Attended Temple University 1953-1956. Junior internestiip at Harrisburg General Hospital, Harris laurg, Pa. Senior internestiip at Reading General Hospital, Reading, Pa. for one year. Babcock Surgical Society. Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. 112 Artliur Raymond Tlaomas A.B. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on December 9, 1915 Attended Northeast High Sehnel in Philadelphia Attended Temple University 1951-1955. Senior internesliip at Freeclmen's Hospital, Washington, C., for one year. 113 F , a ... . W, f ' 'N -- ', - -N ..,,,Q "T' . . 'f """" " rqnvewnmnmvmz is ae-4 if?if,.,. .,., .. '-f57fElf1f5i'3' e'9QMi77:lFf'f 5' rf, .a3!i'?t??!i??'71Z'-tif Q' ' wwe --- ...., ., . 1.-. . .... V574 V V wy,y5E,-,jEl"5I.i Drs. Balococlc and Steel -fQ..,' 9 ,f'ff3fff-Qffjr' lwave lnetween tliem lnelcl, "l' 'Tat some time in tlwe h,wQ" scl1ool's l1istory. nearly - every cliair in tlie various ""4f.,.fg!Ei?f::r,,gurgical specialties. V 1559341-. e .. .. .. , ,. - 'fdiftffliflfi5iT-T-ffEa+l:-'Eff-:1-i-1-1.,. ,, ,. """lf"f5"T.""?"I!?T37f"7:t'-T1YIi'."Z'f, "'.TlfTf "'ZS7'T"Z sf: iz 7 Eugene L. Thomas Ph.G. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Italy, August 24, 1906 Attended South Philadelphia High School Attended Temple University School of Pharmacy 1926-1929: Temple University 1933-1956. Married to Sophia Thomas in 1950. Senior interneship at Frankford Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., for one year. Wright Dermatological Society. 114 ,.-. .,'. F3372 NRE'--3G"" Qzm ggfffii Ti -'rage-5. '-rffzzf' ' . ' - -' -St-?"42la-212' H -- ..-. ML--.-.1-3. A - - ro. I I nfs' M, ' .'. ,gH'E2?snFr1':QfG1Q5 j a1M..:::"' Aggggggqgy., . ... . Yswama.. 14i1.',.'-. -.r.-.1, - , ' iw-1A I , .. . !'r5""-' -Las.-. . V ' first American 'fating anode" x-ray luhe was purchased by Dr. Chamberlain: and was later presented to Tem- ple's X-Ray Museum by the General Electric Com- pany, after being ex- changed. Chester Gregory Tomaseski Donora, Pennsylvania Born in Donora, Pa., on fume 21, 1915 Attended high school in Donora Attended Pennsylvania State College IQB5-1956. Senior internestiip at Pittsburgh Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa --f1,mME Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. xiii?'t,1":7:,g1',,iggwrdg-Ly,e-+QE?Fip,2 1 'r 79:::v:1: :'s:::r.:..x:::n"':: " ' "" ' " ' ' "L''L','IlfIT:'liYH'ffi5iXi5f.....LafX.. M . for one year. ' 'x'3:.isg",,,,,,mW7,- -- M-xwvswv When Dr. Moore came , to Temple ire was one of ....r,.v..,,,...w. the youngest holders of a .--jjlziji-wfwglw major faculty chair in this country. ..,.,. Wu, .,..,., 1 , ..,.....,.wu - . L iie' iii? 1 1 5 ,migysgkif vlvviilhi' Edwin Frederick Trautrnan B.S. New Haven, Connecticut Born in New Haven on fanuary 15, 1915 Attended high school in New Haven m y Attended Yale University 1950-1954. ..,l.,.J:I'. ...... ."',',,. : ,,.. ' .L,.,.' yHfz':L Junior internestiip at St. Raplaalls Hospital, New Haven "'ff'mf" Senior internestiip at Bridgeport General Hospital, Bridge I port, Conn., for one year. Dr. Arnoicts early years in neurology and surgery --3-3jNgfEg1i?t- BHIDCOCIC SLl1'giCEil Society. W served him in good stead or his later acliievei11ent"'r"jj2:57 y . . . in eclampsin. Phi C111 Fraternity. N '7'7'3s-effegwff 116 :fi'ff513fy5fyg , ....u.,,....m..... "Li - ,---.,1f-:,Tmt- .. James Houston Trolinger AB. Twin Falls, lclalio Born in Cassville, Mo., on fuly 28, 1915 Attenclecl l1igl'1 scliool in Twin Falls Attenclecl University of lclaluo IQZO-19553 University of Utali 1954-1956g University of Utah Medical School 1Q36-1Q38. .., Junior interneslmip at Locust Mountain State Hospital, Slien- . andoah, Pa. ,y Senior internesliip at Plmiladelplmia General Hospital, Phila- clelplqia, Pa., for tvvo years. ,p?QgHf+if+J-fsm---- ,,.. .- Wright Dermatological Society. ' HWS-i:g2:'l'5,.'i.. Dr. Fay was tlie lirsl ' ' ' A man to use lipiorlol lm Phi Beta PI Fraternity' N. S. visualization. 4 117 tf:Eg,'i'..,E'.isg.s v5Q?'?'???SffTj?T'f' 'fix 1 mugs- V Ricliarcl Scotlar Troxel BS. Allentown, Pennsylvania Born in Allentown, Po., on April 4, 1914 Attended high school in Allentown Attended Pennsylvania State College 1952-1956. .lunior interneslaip at Allentown General Hospital, Allen- town, Pa. Senior internesliip at Allentown General Hospital, Allen- town, Pa., for one year. Wright Derrnatological Society. Plai Beta Pi Fraternity. 118 , emwmiiaf- W gif.'i'u:.s-n-.wwuixm . .mp-' 'f . , ,'T Il1','. f 'A fm" - . , ' 3 " ' dst., " ' ' . 41-s,.g1-3 f. ,:------ - .mai Qffj " ,e . no---0 QEHTCP fgygggggqepx, ,,,..i L ., - JW-MX'-Q2:m:::1...-.... Bmiezrfn-'fisfe"' ' EW3EQ2if37Qf?':i1i1 lt?xll2?ltS2r:,w--,-.- .. . 'Sift-Brea-zfg, : 1 ff? K-Mx 5gf,553:,5:,a. -::.-ff. Dr. F. C. Hammoncl was tlxe tlaircl clean of tlie sclmool. presicling cluring tlie years 1909-1929. '5i't'X"!"?E':T . ., , ffl w:s-:---- ' ' 'litffrw-1-.-. ,i . ,. ., wi:Q9xrft111:1seg1..,ts.:-1-- - -.1-.41-.u,vnm1.u-nlufwirnki-., 5-Q, ..',T,.'. tewso.,-,mgg,o J- -9'Loaf-gyzafgtmgifgx-.npgp-45'giimm f5?5z:7?13'1E.5sMi?wi3+?l i .i.i:if szeafae... '12-uf:m.rm.m.1s:zv:.v1H, I 41me:.w' ,. '1ef,1'.'12fi:?::r2i.p':.T.:...,.,..,.W N 1 " ----' " " ..1:.'L'i5:21':!:'i!ft!!I-Iwi'......l P f 1.f.v.:. :f'.x'-,ff,'-1:n4gq3gqf5 ' "' "A "'.I'..".. ..... ......:.,g., r . "" """"utivAmA.mw1 "5 7 5' '-'f5mxM' ...Marg-iwiu s v'LfJ'IUyV-KXVEAP , ----- fp-:i','Q,zf1z, Q Dr. Scotts research work on epilepsy was cione at "jTLIZf.KQf,f5'.5t " the New Jersey State Vii- 'Mi-'lrw iage for Epiieptics where ""v"'ff Quays. there is a ciaiiy census oi--..:,. 1400 patients, ---M' -N E . ,,., 1-,,,w..-...- xmas-M' Haroioi S. Tuit BS. Phiiacieiphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on November 16, 1917 Attencieci West Phiiacieiphia High Attencieci Temple University 1Q55-1936. Senior interneship at Atlantic City Hosp N. J., for one year. Wright Dermatoiogicai Society. Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity. 119 SCi'1O0I itat, Atlantic City Z?GQY"sF4L?MkwWswm'1S?3W2wM fi "1I,Zl.'.l5.'f1iii-Wd""5f'W'f'V""!'F'3f'ff51f'.'i1fL4x.?.'.':'r... 211' ' M11 J.: ...J f 1-v.r2:ifw4ff"'?ir+Y?i?,:.. ' 67:5 :Gs-QQ9:lfXzgg5L' S 'f-f. It 1- g igingegyggt Temple University Hos- pitats X-Ray Depart- ""'fiTf,t A, ment probably has more u,,jQffff4?F utirstsn than any other x- i"TI'f.T , ..,.....M....w,--E my ctepartment ln the rountry. ' 1--1?41SQ1r?rffr7 ,.., :g5,.i5, , Qi" ,,mq.. 4 WW Aww' . A , 97.1.--Hcfkgn, f ,. ..,I..f--'.v5.331BYd"' ..., .t.Aw.-..-F ' 'T.f'fTT'fTTT" ,A l-,..4fs Q , .:.' LL.,Lj'f',-,i'f""' 1' . ,-.7-,f.atzw,x.5,I1f,..N5vvfw f .3-,yt-VA ' -2353521 Frank A. Viggiano B.S. New Castle, Pennsylvania Born in New Castle, Pa., on August 6, 1914 Attended tiigti school in New Castle Attended Geneva College 1932-1956. Senior internestiip at McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport, Pa Wright Dermatologic:-at Society. Phi Rtio Sigma Fraternity. 120 Alfred William Wagner Drexel Hin, Pennsylvania Born in Ardmore, Pa., on September 4, 1912 Attended high school in Upper Darby, Pa. Attended Muhlenher C H g o ege 1953-19545 Temple University 1954-1956- Junior interneship at Temple University Hospital, Philadel- phia, Pa. Senior interneship at Temple University Hospital, Philadel- phia, Pa., for two years. 121 .l.. ..a,.:." T1ff,54if2 Mp V jj--'-yua.ag.W.-,.....,..i.s - .-g,.:.5,,,,,,,,sv1?'s-1:-sew - - ,, an gr.-... ffr- ' V158 "N - 'W-Lgxw, V.-W 5- Y l Dr. Steel is the most out- i'Jiv9l". , I 3gQg,f,p5qgfQ,:g stanclmg authority on my enclarteritis in the east- "?6:?Z??fLi2'fL-ff .- ern part of the country. '+iEF,.f,gfr. wummA-::'-- Htig, av9ass5mzae1:af1:'c-erfeeffle . , . - . '51 ' Q A I Q-53551322 Alilfaham WHIdmHD Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on October 17, 1906 Attended West Philadelphia High School Attended Temple University 1932-1936. Married to Doris Kammerstein in 1Q4O. Senior internesiiip at Northeastern Hospital, Philadelphia, for one year. Wright Dermatological Society. 122 .-- 1-Hx' AES' ... . I :LA Alan. We...--'f S A4 v . , 7 :"" :'t'." M-W-NMR .5""" "' ' HL'-:.1:1-.uw .... , ,,.- . J. ,l f- -ci. .--fm - -- -- - ,.:1i'.i'-vi. ..-W uffs.-VT .-.. ..... ' .K ,. .ifaszv ,Q 5.-41, ESQ ,,vz,zuca-ifff-:if ---- - .. .,..1 ..- 1Qmuz,:p?11Qj" "" ffgabgqt-gi:-"pj:if.. ,..:!?ffif?QQ"" 'it' ' Q.-. va- VET . 1 f VJl:1j'gQg'fe:,z: ..... , . ,- .. '!TXi"!"""' .+L . . N535-M-f,af:f:, Wai? There were 6922 opera- tions performecl in the Temple University Hos- pital in the past year f-' 27,725 were clone in the past 4 years. 4 ,..r.1.,.- . , ..1..f.....,-W,M, V' I . Halsey FCFHUd WHFDCF 2Lf2.1:L'1t3.S5'f44Qi-if-yr 'TQ ,gfgzffffsz-sf.Qxg,m., Tg:'?T',T1i:-Q3Q5,Q:::ra:mvw:uig iWW, , 4-----Q ..,,. , ,-. -- I - ..,-.fZ'733II3LlT.'K.EJ.'-ZSRZLJL'fn"'ff5'3. fc v- inc-xuv?-K1 ' x- V . 1 WA ,,A4, 'Y :::1'h'f55??H ,' . --- N Dr. Konzeiman is section representative in Pathol- ogy for the American Medical Association. " Q-gwxxyl!-g!U.W, ' 'Wfvwyfav sw' . .,,...v3g13Zg,1f . ' C' JV IDVAJ' ' f r':"zf:zxr?2b -' A 'f-1-wrrvr? 1'-we '---sw . ,:r:::T.'....,...,tt3m,"'-'W . .-.- :..,. 534' ...-1,.Q,...QLH L r ' f ,zrxregti-'T , 1 .....,,,.t.4 9 , --f...-f. 'Aux . -.i,.gaxzqavzrQ1v .Renew-u-F fE'T2IiT"' -.em .. . ---.----r-:fwfr-f Lg: AB. East Orange, New Jersey Born in East Orange, N. I., on Nlarch 5, 1915 Attencieci high school in East Orange Attended Wesleyan University 1952-1936. Junior interneship at Taylor -Hospital, Ridley Park, Pa. Senior interneship at Temple University Hospital, Piuiiadei phia, Pa., for two years. Phi Chi Fraternity. 123 rr VW-TYW K V 5 waiiiaittssyxvmmfsamaw Morton Warshafsky AB., MA. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on December 7, 1915 Attended high school in Philadelphia Attended Temple University 1Q31-1Q55g Graduate School of .,..,., .-,., ..,.,. -. Temple University 1Q55'-1Q56g University of Pennsylvania 1957 V fix!-F v"Tf .ww " Senior internestiip at Chester County Hospital, West Chester Dr. xfVCSt0H, assisted lay' ---- '-"7t?N'y,5gLk Nlrs. Yveston, is Pa" for one year' ing his research on "t'lie"'Qi-lf,-lf' Colnpamhveanafomyohie Vvright Dermatological Society. sensory areas ln perlp-fllfjlyjmig' N eral distribution of tlie' "" VIH cranial nerve, wl'rictF':"5f.:g?-W f - look him through EuFQD'Q,l4QgAx5,,tr,s2,Fi3:7r 1 Lambda kappa Fraternity. before coming to Temp . ,. ,,,., . . H, 7' ' . flL'.l',LLi,':t'15ii'f?5Q'f-if 124 ,.....,r.'.ma.gy5fggi-14- '- .1,..n:,4f.h-f,5'.'r2n-'N' Laura Elizabeth Web CI' AB. Union City, New Jersey Born in Union City, N. I., on August 9, 1914 Attended high school in Union City Attended Cornell University 1932-1936. Married to Jacques C. Saptiier, NLD., in 1936. "W Junior internestiip at Biggs Memorial Hospital, Ithaca, N. Y. Senior interneship at Jersey City Medical Center, Jersey City, N. J., f or one year. : . ig-ati..- ..,.. f AW' W A ' ...,,. , ..,u.L,- , .,. ,. 1?2Ei,:L:,.:.x .... . jixvftgxwy.-..vA - -V :2BYl1li?5'X7i"i'T: " ,,.5WQ.si?ir.':r ,... . yd-,,n....i.,.- .,.. . Ywlgygg gf:-,ia .... N-g?qf5:v.sfgfg . .. Dr. Babcock is known as mrtle Father of Spinal f. ..... , EQE:tT"7""', Anesthesia." 125 it ':'::m- .4 . fm.......:...-.-.- . 1147?-Pfq... Stephen Loren Weld it BS. Carnpbellsport, Wisconsin ,.,, Born in Camptneltsport, Wis., on Iune 25, 1916 Attenctect high school in Campbetlsport Attended University of Wisconsin 1953-1956: University of Wisconsin Medical School 1936-1958. Senior internestiip at St. Joseptfs Hospital, Milwaukee, VV'is., FOI' OHS year. 126 . ,T--ees-ra-ielx' M .,.-' 4 Www: Ee -. 41... --1 :n ANNJT " 'f f M-.m,.......-J... ,...,....,- - Lee- ,..... H H ,, ag, -,g,.f,f-- ,iz..efg,1,-,-Mme-:1,.,',,., ...- ..-:5?vWL '. ..J-fa, ...-. i 1, s we e1iT15Ef'f .-:A H . . ., .4:fg:,:,-ff. -1L'3iqiY3'i':1:i.f':.'.f1' ' ---'- L K1-WYJAQXG. .g.:,,,.-.. ,, c,.::...,... .,.. ,. ., v.Afrf?rf'." ' 'f .v -x - .1.- - '3QQ,,S-:5v,:vff,.. .. lsivlx-' f -.- .',- . w q mxpgl 1 Y :?li3:E.f:-.-- . .. . 'ff' TX'.'T""' WSQQE:-falgff is....-, The department of ptiar- macology, by cooperating with the organic depart- ments of certain large universities, is investigat- ing many new com- pouncts, some of which give promise of being use- ful in mecticine. KPZI-17:63-Ei'T ...W 5..- ' lEY:!:f-1-.--. .. .. . . . . , M-., X Rig . y . . "" 2 'A" . '-T-',Qt1omlMq'S7 :week4-fffiwfwwwww-iwtiielniazh 1-1-fn. vi.,-an-,.,i . ,.A....-..,. ,..... .- .. . , ....,. M...-Q -, W . - -- X.,-ii.-i,n',-:wiv Sat. . .,,. -A , V ,P .:.: .,.b . Before Dr. Fay came to' Temple. Dr. Balncoclc anti Dr, Steel periormecl all ol the neurosurgery in tlie Temple University Hos- pilal. V .. . 'V 'Y -1 own .5-ly ,.-,..,azis:,Qms . if f:,ifJ22fy'gifl .,.-:.v.:,.e ' Hfy ,uw ...fu .. . .M-..a,-3:1 .1 :1i71'Wo..? ' ,..,....Wn4w6-5-vwi .-.lf-.vu its . L .Wim .. . .uc . Liv Vw' .. ....,.-..4on-nvmunr ,. ..3TE"' . .,...,. ,.,,.... -it ff 39 J' "2iEk:x.:4gL1PfRQ9g."2?FB1w' Cloarles Roloert Eolwin Wells Bs. l now'- New Brighton, Pennsylvania Born in New Brighton, Pa., on August 6, IQ15 Attended high sohool in New Brighton Attenclecl Grove City College 1Q51-1935. Junior interneohip at Phoenixville Hospital, Phoenixville, Pa Senior internesliip at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittslourgli lor one year. Balococlc Surgical Society. Phi Cixi Fraternity. 127 -4?-'ff3Z:li1l.lTs4xirrZ2wlffilsr6,s'':Mt22f?wfAw.g.w-.. Z1-T-fr'-rvIif---gpg:'MJ!nvw1nTJJJX 4EAQQvy5fNiQ-L ..--5,55-'g,,'...,.-.". .- - ,,,Lg9J: ,I h - , , , - 'f - - .. ...,...,.,r.-uu.vomnauv? ' L. ' . ... . , w --L-94-P' ' . , H '::f:'gtl3I'iii '-i"fPm -iw! V - - " ' '!'!.":D2t52f4fF,'r-Lug -"s'Tvi"'a,,,,q,,v,,L 1,- .. t..,J,z,m.n?3s '- wvmQ.S.91'll' . ....f..w. ..-.W 'Nb Dr. lVloore's idea ol re- of worlc is a set of ba minton at the Penn A. ...-Y-...,HW rn laxation after a liard 9 H '--wmcr 'Cf F .. or M? " W are n ,N , t..-nmv-nur' Tf' :1-ffri Q:4i:1f..,,1.v,i aww, " Med Donald N. Wliitalcer B.S. 'Asl1elooro, Nortli Carolina Born in Ashetnoro, N. C., on january 18, 1916 Attended liigli sclmool in Aslielnoro Attended Wake Forest College 1953-19565 Wake Forest ical School 1936-1938. Junior internesliip at Rex Hospital, Raleigli, N. C. Senior internesliip at Rex Hospital, Raleigh, N. C., for one year. Phi Chi Fraternity. 128 John H. Wigton B.S. Butler, Pennsylvania Born in Butler County on Septemtner 24, 1914 Attended nigh school in Butter Attended Grove City College 1Q35-1Q563 Temple University IQ56. Pa., Junior internesilip at Taylor Hospital, Ridley Park, Pa. Senior internestiip at Pittsioui-gh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, for one year. Wright Derrnatologicai Society. Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. 129 ., I .....4:i. -.fgzqw .. --113555-se' -www. 4 .-.-. 4.ir,...- ., . ,f ,-,,,- Y . Us....,. . .V Ly- ,,., M , I ig U ,.. A , gy.,-V 'ntf"f::f',1z:v::f:':c::::,. .Ti W PM 'wr . ..... - ,.m:.,.,i,v..,,. -.... , .- wr:e--11f.f?:f:.:.-ef.-t-bf: K f??am.w. - 122115, ig., -, I I .,, . . -K ' ,feat-wa-,1,.T ,Q3gg5ggagy,. ..... - ,frt5Q25HX'iL21i.!0p:4g.- L2xHTfl1f1'S'?i'5f:' "'A . ?5iJ:i:'f!if3 1L:fF.'.' - r,A-' - 'fifhseia-'Q ..., ' M1-tie "Temple Treatment" for ectampsia, introduced by Dr. Arnotcl, has re- ciiicecl our mortality rate one-quarter to that before 1950-and it is substan- 'Qz'a,'n1::7vf'ti-ated by other clinics. .,. , Ee fir . :r ,i.,.f.......,, , H H ' ' ..-fee "'2'mwsvsm'Q:c:m,.,-f.f,1,,.e'g,i.ge..1J.:,.wl U I 01' Jerry Zaslow B.S. Philnelelphin, Pennsylvania Bei-n in Pliilaelelphia, Pa., on Mai-eh 29, 1918 Attenclecl high school in Philadelphia Attended Temple University 1933-1956. A, . , - 7 "" 1'a4-,.:-a-.- HL ,.-- ,,,.,f?:f2?2'3-iaeaefe-ni X . --9 ,gm Qx m--if - H - ' A , H ,,-,.i E.e:'x-iirj--.Y -A.. - i ',:.5Jf', ,:1Qf1i'- Senior internesliip at Jewislm Hospital, Pldilaclelpllia, Pa., AWWA-1 V two ye ars. I .::'l'A:l'l "" Ziiilbifcfbxii f-e--- - Xwri glut Derm atologic al Society. H'-YADYVI """ ,. Plxi Lamlocla Ka Dpa Fraternit Y. I 5 , ' 'liEf3:5":-' . Dr. Doane is a former QQ:-i5'ff'f'Mf'. president ol tl1e American Associnlion of Hospitals. "Www-?53ffI:iT'r 130 1 -E I if NJQEQIIIIL, .... .. 'HIQFSY'-.aghwiwmrsiefessg . 2s15:.'J5q.uf!f'szwsfwdm 'axhiwfggngvg-Z,- I:'T.i'Z':'!gZ.'55Z-',':r":'o' ' ' " ' .- H ' if-1:-:ggi J' 4 '. -3 Q H Zmryf or Herman Zeiciman , V V -AVN'-'V1"'??l?"!9:'5z1K:Mvb9' . , . .. .....m-n.1r1-1:-::?-4yf5f,, .I-L,-f 1-',-fb' ...,,,,,,iZt,. "M,"-5F7'V' -- -,-. , ,. ...,.-,.....q.nw.,...,, -r N fs.: xv.-1. ,, .. Inf My ""1:1'rf'iY'1ffi There were 1060 births in time hospital ciuring time 1, . , , - dst year-14068 births in..,4.'.. tire last 4 years. "- ,.M.,.,.n . ......-ew .. ,le- ,L X . ...,,. .. ,f'f:'!1b"UF'l' " YXVEA . , .. ,,, Lu " ' 7f57'5'1ax?.f .....,r..H.,.:.:1,p:,g X '- f:fmvn.loriC' . ,.,.,,.y.. wg,-15 .L.. ..'?1.J 3' . ,-milf? Ah new ,sziribq ...Wm ...,..'.-.,.m.-..rw.. r,. ...........-.,,m4- I pm-'www ' H Z.IZiQSgfx'g ' fi W ,...,...,.,.. .W-vdv.-Q-r ,LV Z.. V. ,...,.,,zi,1w,JLs,Xf91fv.4x-I-i.!f-' an-f-we:-inuvrm-iS25ifx?9?5ff7'5q Q' 4 B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Born in Leeds, England, on fuly 3, 1915 Attended Olney High School in Pllilacieipiiia Attended Temple Unive1'sity 1 9354956- Nlarrieci to Lucy Knoioiauch in 1Q38. Senior internesh . p a, ea ing, P for one year. ip at St Josepirs Hos iti R cl Wright Dermatoiogicai Society. Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity. 131 EMP STANDING high in scholastic attainment. Russell H. Conwell used not his eminence as a basis of self felicitation, but as a platform from which to put forth the helping hand to draw others up, By bringing education and cultural development within the reach of those of limited means, he placed in the hands of aspiring persons, potent tools for high achievement. His followers have endeavored to expand the good work he started and to make TEMPLE UNIVERSITY a continuously increasing force in the advancement of learning and of learningis practical values to society. LE NIVERSITY 1 3 2 -'- fb' 'o',..,,YW5m,,.,:,,.,!.,m.- - .-, - ,Z-::z::: f .r alfa.-A " ,irzrlwcisww-V' ' -,4ag.i::gggq.:-, 1 ,-smzvzmwim. . i'Tt'hif27lluV- - f Vfmegpf-qmw, A 'uf-,sf g X.,. ,,-If A A, vw, Y ,eqy11svg:..,fJ,...., ,,,, ,, Y' f F ,ga Exp:-,L :gpg 5413935 ,. . Nabil- K ..lfaL:p:.i:4l.:':Iv. :iQ4i'.LQff , 'Aj' ' l A39 21fT3'.?.-i5f1'f5?g-13-'4'h wermfzxfraam. , 'S-:f-',fcx-bywr-.x rg . zfxnffxzirvy.. -Y .,,,..-,,,, gwggffm--ff' EJ'-"'wa:zr':L:g5i " QQ-w4f?:9 ' ji?'Yl?i?E'4-f:'.,' ,,,,,.- ,,..,...N..f-f- A '4?fK1f"f'if.4T"" "WZ ,fg,'f?,mu.r:w.Me.H, " 'f --5wL..1,.,m.,.N....,,..,-..,..- ,, ,, Lizhlnwlivaihl nw.-.f.,, ixzksill'-x-+44.n.----uv-1--k ,-,,g.,..-,.'.xw,1..,. , A V V F Y, H W i'f4N" 1 . ., - "- F4?i2f'M"M ".'A .L,4.1ua1s' .f 5 0, , " t"45biSMQcy5fg-5'.Q,f5,gvw-521 1 H Y JUNIQR First Row: H. Hines, C. Wilbur, F. Herman, F. Snyder, H. Crocker, P. Durand, G. Edwards, C. Wright, A. Vxfeirner, N. Ketcham, Nl. Raloinowitz, M. Crispin, P. Waltz, C. Hoffmeier. Second Row: S. Gariielcl, T. Vvilson, G. Butters, VV. Streclc, H. Knock, S. Cooke, J. Vils, J. Katz, C. Iannucci, S. Jacobson, VV. DeKlyn, P. Linguitti, H. Kearney. Third Row: NI. Perchonock, NI. Kligerman, R, Ritmiuer, H. Donaixoo, R. Cvasper, C. Etzel, D. Gal:-ey, J. Ealy, E. Gertim, H. Cvlaetzner, D. VVonsettIer, R. Kline, O. Kitterson, L. Kotloflf. 13-1 CLASS First Row: Nl. Sigmau, J. Lloyd, F. Cristoplwer. D. Crissrnan, K. lVlilie1', C. Hess J. Yaluraus, J. Rusmisell, E. Albright, C. Sanford, B. Vveioer, VV. Ramsey, E. Gillespie, J. Bianco. Second Row: J. Riley, J. Benson, J. Weidiier, C. Sliemloab, E. Gilloeiieon, T Rylooelnoli, E. Smith, J. Hosner, R. Taylor, F. Peters, A. Pisefeliio, M. Selnnuiz E. Vviater, D. Mollene, J. lxfleclwicic, E. Cengliey, A. Boyer, H. Laughlin T. lviay, J. Hall, J. Konzelmann, J. Reno, D. Mills. J. Dean, K. Ciooclson C. Rislc, E. Reicl, C. Leipliart. Tliii-ol Row: E. Smith, E. Herencleen, N. Wessman, A. Randall, A. Hume, A Hetrioli, J. Brau, H. Sanders, E. Bush, J. lxflurpimy, W. Henry, R. Lentz R. Crosby, H. Van den Berglm, D. Rulie, L. Oslourn, L. Knight, M. lNlcCannel R. Beckley, N. Calm, J. Roxloy, K. Korsmo. 135 v SQPHQMORE First Row: WI. Gerlach, J. Evans, E. Whalelu, J. Bally. Second Row: F. Hancl, T. Greco, F. Hill, J. Sllugert, H. 0,Donnell, VV. Finnegan, J. Hoenninger, D. Hawlclns, F. Boyer. T lrird Row: O. Brunclage, E. Hooehloneler, A. Hill, A. Cosonove-Dios, G. Camaratta, J. Brandt, B. Pr-ozolq, D. Bew, l. lvlelforquor-, J. Meyer, D. Holloron, lvl. Qneeney, H. DeS1lvestro, E. Newhart, R. Brown, A. Bensel. F. Ermilio, lVl. Batoff, R. Braitman, P. Arnlorose. Fourth Row: F. Cunningham, L. Berry, R. Callison, X. Beck, J. Degge, A. Robertson, J. English, J. Riehnrolson, W. Brown, E. Hughes, E. Ernst, T. Natoli, N. Rogers, R. Pfaltzgraff, C. lVlcElwee, J. Collier, R. Donollo, G. Diehl, D. Osborne. 136 XSS Tirst Row: C. Grant, D. Stwactctett, Nl. tVtaurer, C. Vveytanct, NI. Kirby. geconcl Row: J. Ctosson, R. Botala, J. Shelley, D. Ntarstlatt, S. Livingston, R Davey, G. Wont, A. Trosow, L. Limtoert, P. Laljoltette, J. Wozniak, J DeStefano, N. Mattteman, J. Walmer, D. Pvtiittips. t-tlircl Row: Nt. Sctxwaln, NI. Nlatthias, G. Rowland, P. Posatko, J. Rearictc L. Saidman, H. Luster, I. Rosenberg, J. Smith, F. Foertsch, A. Frumin E. Vviectcowski, R. Luther, B. Golutootf, C. VV:-zntz, G. Lawrence. 137 FRESHMAN First Row: P. Rumsey, J. Tolancl, C. Tahara, J. Leiser, C. Tehman, B. Kammers. E. Brinson, F. Nlurtagli, E. Rodriguez, R. Evans, NI. Kulaer, E. Klirnas. Second Row: J. Nloatz, H. Downs, J. Burke, A. Boyle, C. Nlesser, J. Sable, F. Ambrose, E. Nlorrow, D. Krielaei, R. High, V. Kremens, J. Kitzmiiler, B. I-IC1'V61'Cl, BCl'llHIDCi, JHCICSOYI, Bello, ZCFIDC. Tliircl Row: NI. Nleacles, H. Pratt, A. Brown, R. Gilliam, J. Salooi, J. Kolmer, C. Dunning, R. iwenendez, VV. Haniseic, A. Ricker, E. Uhricla, D. Rice, J. Lockhart, VV. Sawyer, A. Nliller, M. Dius, J. Leeie, R. Heelaner, S. Fisher. 138 CLASS First Row: T. Dannenlberg, B. Burbank, S. Hallett, J. Davidson, R. Critctltield V. Bierman, J. Nlaloey, S. Ctiactnlcin, A. Sovatctmutc. Second Row: NI. Nlarks, A. Ginsburg, A. Hunger, K. Osborn, NI. Kolinslcy VV. Robbins, R. Nicholson, G. Octxenricler, J. Trimmer, VV. Reed, H Hartz-ach, L. Levitov, H. Sctntess, K. Ficlces, F. Reese. Third Row: VV. Xwiculcs, VV. Rogers, J. Urie, Nt. Nlodistmer, C. Vvagenhats, Nl Pierson, B. Ntaclcler, IW. Goldberg, VV. Goux, S. Bucher, H. Engle, D. Bloser J, Durnin, F. Rictiarclson, F. Parrott. 139 TEMPLE HOSPITAL Students of Temple UIliVCFSitj7 Medical School are extremely fortunate in having di- rectly across the street the Temple University Hospital. It is devoted entirely to teaching purposes and has associated with it numerous large clinics for that purpose. The history of the hospital is interesting hecause of the fact that the famous Dr. Conwell, founder of Tem- ple University, llirst laecame interested in a hos- pital and from that interest, developed Temple University Medical School. The original hospital was called HThe North Philadelphia Hospital!! and its founders were a group of physicians who felt there was an urgent need for a hospital in this section of Philadelphia. The need was present hut finan- cial support was lacking and the hospital was aloout to undergo dissolution in 1891 when they appealed to Dr. Conwell for aid. Dr. Convvell had the hospital moved to its present location at Broad and Qntario Streets and with his usual efficient management and his aloility to interest others, made the venture a success. From that time on, Dr. Conwell continued his interest in and association with the hospital. When the Medical Department of Temple College was opened in 1901, part of the classes Were held in the hospital which had laeen re- named the Samaritan Hospital. With the opening of the medical school loegan a saga of medical progress on the part of looth the school and the hospital which has never loeen equalled. In the short space of thirty-nine years, Temple University Medical School and Hospital have risen to a respected and commanding position in every branch of medicine. ln 1QO7, Garretson Hospital was annexed to the university and the medical classes were moved to that location. At this time, the Gar- retson Hospital of 75 beds and the Samaritan Hospital of 125 beds supplied the teaching needs of the school. The Crarretson Hospital was moved to the Greatheart Hospital in 1925 and the entire hospital huilding turned over to the medical school for classroom purposes. The Samaritan Hospital was greatly enlarg- ed hy a new addition in 1925. It was not until 1929 that the name was changed to Temple University Hospital to reveal more closely its connection with the medical school. In the summer of 1952, the Garretson-Greatheart Hos- pital was moved to Broad and Qntario Streets and a new Hoor added to Temple University Hospital, making a total of 469 leeds. ln the spring of 1Q5Q, still another floor was added. This brings the total numloer of heds up to 500. Even now, there are more patients seeking ad- mission than there are loeds to accommodate them. This continued growth of the hospital is a tribute to its usefulness and the high stand- ard of medicine practiced there hy the more than llive hundred men on the teaching or the hospital staff. uq-A..-hurl' EPISCOPAL HQSPITAL uEpiscopai" is the abbreviated term useoi most often in referring to The I'IospitaI of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Phiiacieiphia. This spacious hospital, Iocateci at Front Street and Lehigh Avenue, has emphasized its worth ioy its rapici growth. The niceties of precision anci thoroughness in physical examination are impressed more anci more upon us each time we visit Episcopai. No one man has the acimiration and respect of stu- cients more than the sincere anci aioie Dr. James Kay, who conciucts us through the wards at Episcopal. MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Tempie stucients are extremely fortunate in having an affiliation with Iviunicipai Hospital for Contagious Diseases. Here uncier the guidance of Dr. Pascai Lucchesi we stuciy in the Iargest and oiciest contagious ciisease hos- pitai in the Western Hemisphere. At the pres- TIN ent time, thousands of patients pass through the hospitai yearly. The stucient can see ai- most any type of contagious ciisease at aimost any time he Wishes. The record of the hospitai is the envy of many other such hospitals throughout the country. xmfw . Q! .,,L EAGLEVILLE SANATORIUM Our Dr. A. J. Cohen and his associates Founded Eaglevine Sanatorium in 1909. Since its inception, Eagleviue has been a pioneer in improving the technique of tuherculosis treat- ment. It was one of the first hospitals to use pneumothorax and is Well known throughout the world for its pioneering work in the surgical treatment of tuhercuiosis. PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HGSPITAL No hospital on this continent has more tradi- tion or a longer record of service than Philadel- phia General. It is the oldest hospital in Amer- ica and one of the largest. An idea of its influence on American medicine is shown hy the fact that 29 medical schools were founded hy men who trained here. VN7ednesday is Temple day at P. G. H. and it is here we go to he called down into the pit to he quizzed on a disease or surgical condition we thought we never would see 'hecause of its rarity. Temple students are indeed grateful to he permitted the privilege of working and see- ing in this extraordinary hospital of 2515 heds. 2 JEWISH HGSPITAL Jewistm Hospital was lounclecl in 1865 lay time Jewry of Plmilactelpimia and uclecticatecl to tlae relief of time siclt anci wounded witlmout regarcl to race, creecl or colorf, From its moclest lme- ginning, time lmospital imas undergone great ex- pansion timrouglm time guidance of its clynamic Boarcl of Directors. It now occupies 23 acres at Yorlc and Taiaor Roads. Tlmere are many lbuilciings anct eaclm unit laoasts time lJest ot equipment. its wards are clean, comiortalale and quiet. ln 1928 time lmospital lbecame atnliatecl witlm Temple University Sclmool ot Wleclicine tlmrougim time cooperation ancl lcinctness of its Boarcl ot Directors. Since timen, Temple stuclents have lmacl time privilege of instruction lay tlie statt ol .lewislm Hospital and tlme use ot timeir wards lor practical medical worlc Here as soplmomores we are taugtmt time prin- ciples ancl meclmanics ol ptiysical diagnosis. Halt ol time class get ttmeir First actual Contact witim a patient imere. Timen once again as sen- iors we come loaclc tor practical meclicine and timerapeutics at tlme lmancts of tlaeir etlicient stalli. A lmiglm spot in time memory ot every Temple gracluate are timose rapicl-tire quiz sections of Dr. Doane wlmiclm so neatly priclc time loulalole of senior sell-satisfaction. ' , , :Q . ,pf r .x zzggaw .' .fi-127' 'K'f5'.'. .1' -4.,n-.t',4rXSo.!v 22' .. N dm 2 5 ' 5-ez-. SE4p,4fW?5'5'5imf5fnmv-- ..,,,-ve, .f ,f -4 Q - V ' ,Jvy . W dup V. .4m.,w:f4rx11:-M. Yam f-we - 4 Qwsgw hf, wgwa Qgaaf .g:,ff' . . 51,-fam ,wwgpf-"', :' fi r : I fIfz:4.'?2if:f.,:f32:sfE:i?1l:?in f. W T'9fE2fQ?5'2.sQ,f: ,Iz2 ' 3,3 .L 1' ' N. 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V g WM. .,... , qaef:,a+aN:m..,,,.,.,.-., aklm-+44.,.1...........-- nr, ,.,, -,,- .v.. . B3mTg....-- ,?,,N.,,,,. .WM nw, 1 ilJ2.LSdfJ,4JLhJAG11AnA'n.Lf.v N ,,.-., 54.-.NV 'm.f,,..1,,-V. .f Vf'Wff- AM: ' ' " " ' . 1: 1.--vw , , ,..x., A ., M E , ,,,,,l..L,Q'?4f'!" , -4 --, M '.S-,fgis-ws. faqm ?Q'2i'2'L?1b+f.w.....- MW. '22-QM .Y ,W IJA , 1 ...,.,...nu::xm::::f A vzizrgggr' ' " NW' -jf,--3, E Y , ' Q V K .vm T ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA BETA OMICRON CHAPTER Alpha Kappa Kappa is the third oldest medical fraternity, founded at Dartmouth in 1889. It numbers among its brothers some of the greatest men in the medical sciences-the Nlayo Brothers, George Crile, Chevalier Jackson, John Kolmerf-all examples of true Alpha Kappa Kappa. Under the guidance of Dr. Emory Burnett and its first president Edward Short, Beta Qrnicron began its career and grew rapidly in size and activity. In the fall of 1931, several members of the student body, in conjunction with the Alpha Kappa Kappa's on the Temple faculty, founded the uCrescent Clulau and applied to the Grand Chapter for admission to the national fraternity. On May 7th, IQ'-52, the Crescent Club became the Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Kappa Kappa when its members were initiated at the Epsilon Chapter of Jefferson Medical College. 146 Primarius .. .... District Dep uty ....... Presiclenl .............. Vice-Presiclent ........ Treasurer ............,.... . Recorcling Secretary Corresponcling Secrelary Seniors Charles A. Bream R eese E. Dawson George E. Fissel S. Tlxatcller Hulolaa Freol D. Large Howarol A. Flolter Ceorge F. Sluugert Izmiors V Franlc G. Clxristoplier. Freclriclc VV. Herman H. Roeloling Knoclm Doctors VV. E. Burnett VV. Eclw. Claamlaerlain Tluos. A. Durant Freclericlc A. Fislce E. T. Foy AK .,......NV. Emory Burnett, NLD.. F.fX.C.S. A. Neil Lemon, Bl.D. .......Cl1arles A. Bream ............H0warcl A, Fflolter reclericlc VV. Herman ........,..Reese IDEINVSOF1 Jr .........Arlington Bensel, Jr. Sopfromores l. Paul Ambrose .laclc F. Bailey Arlington Bensel, Jr. Robert C. Brown James F. Collier Gilloert H. Dielxl Davicl P. Oslnorne James J. Riclmarclson Jos. P. Sclrilp, Jr. IJVQSIITHQII Ben N. Hammers Jolmn H. Kolmer Eclwarcl R. Lucente Jr. Karl A. Usborne Franl: Ricllarclson Vvalter VV. Sawyer, Jr. Jolin Trimmer Faculty Joe. P. Guequierre Chevalier .laclcson John A. Kohner- A. N. Lemon Joseph S. Lynch 147 Homer R. Blatlier E. A. Scllracler Wilkes Snycler Doviel Steuart S. R. Vogel K PHI BETA PI BETA ETA CHAPTER Qriginaiiy organized as the Upsiion Chapter of tile Omega Upsiion Phi, Beta Eta is now a member of a progressive, national, medical fraternity. The original Temple group had been granted tile Charter of tile Omega Upsilon Phi, in lQ2Q,T6ffVE1CE11'1fIbytT16 dissolution of the Niedico-Ciiirurgicai Sciaooi of Medicine, Philadelphia, and functioned in that capacity for several years. However, as the national chapter declined, Upsiion Chapter, through the efforts of Drs. T. Carroll Davis and Edward Larson, applied for a merger with Phi Beta Pi and became the Beta Eta Chapter. The chapter owns its own house Winictx is Tocated at 5444 North Broad Street. Included in its members are many of the prominent members of time faculty VVTIO are ever Willing to share time and to help its student members. 148 CIIBII Archon ....... ........ T lromas J. Sharlcey XIiCQ-Al'CllOl'l .. ........ James H. Trolinger S ecre tary ......... ..,.....,.. C flrl T. Korsmo Treasurer ...... ..J. H. Miller Seniors Vvilliam A. Black J. Leroy Bowers Henry J. Hunter Alirecl T. Johnson Charles G. Jones John J. Laurusonis Thomas J. Sharlcey James H. Trolinger Richard S. Troxel John H. Vvigton juniors John T. Ealy J. Roy Gooctson Harrison R. Hines John B. H. Konzelman Carl T. Korsmo Delhert B. Mallams James H. Nliller Jose L. Vila Ralph hi. Vvymer Sopllomor-as Harry E. 0'D0nnell David J. Phillips Jolm J. Rea.-iek Jolm Wozniak Pledges Carmen T. Bello Armand L. Bemalsei H. Otis Kitrleson Joseph F. lvlalpey Vvylie lvl. Rogers, Jr JOIIH Sahol N. VVCSSIHHH Doctors Chas. S. Barnes H. L. Bottornly James E. Bowman Chas. L. Brown John C. Burns J. Norman Coomhs Leon O. Davis T. Carroll Davis Chas. O. Delsucca Faculty Dan. J. Donnelly J. V. Farrel Glen Cr. Gibson Francis Glenn L. Vincent Hayes Frank C. Hammond Frank VV. Konzeirnan Eclward Larson Walter I. Lillie Savere F. Nladonna 149 Washington Merscher C. K. Miller Chas. S. Nliller H. Brooker Mills Francis Piplcin Herhert Raines Nlelvin A. Sayior Scott L. Verrei Eclwarci Weiss T. N. Richardson PHI CHI THETA UPSILON CHAPTER The oiciest, organized hocty of Temple medical students, the Theta Upsiion Chapter of Phi Chi, is now atso distinct as a member ot the largest medical frater- nity in the U. S. The organization was founded on April S, 1807, hy seven mecticat students, and it was caiiect Omega Upsiion Lamhcla. Wirii the growth of Temple, anct the fraternity, faculty support was ohtaineci to estaioiish a iocai chapter ot a National Fraternity. it soon became the Theta Upsiion Chapter of the Phi Chi Fraternity. its first meeting piace was at 1824 ixiount Vernon Street, anci when the mecticat school was moved to its present location, the Fraternity ohtainect quarters at 1410 VX!est Tioga Street. its growth and prominence have necessitated newer and iarger quarters. Theta Upsiion numhers, among its members, a notahie array of the meciicai schooi tacuity. 150 Presiciing Senior Presiciing Junior Secrelary ....... TI'GGSLl FG! Seniors Arthur N. Barr Cvillaert Barron John XV. Bennett, ll Charles NV. Byrcl Hugh H. Calhoun John S. Chaffee i Kenneth NN. Christenherry Joseph G. Haclclafl Tom Harris Jay G. Linn, Jr. Rolbert J. Jahn l'lerlJert E. Loomis George R. hlatthews William D. Pace Francis J. A. Renzulli Harolcl J. Rowe Richarcl 0. Sellers Eclwin F. Trautman Halsey F. VX7arner Doctors Jesse 0. Arnolcl G. Mason Astley VV. VXfayne Bahcoclc Harry Bacon Charles R. Barr Allen G. Beclcley Franlclin D. Beneclict John P. Emich George E. Farrar Philip Fiscella 111 .........John S. Chatlee ....l7l.enry J. Vanclenlaerg, Jr. ......,...Oliver H. Brunclage Eclwin F. Trautm an !lllliOlb Sophornores Rohert F. Beckley George S. Boyer Eliot 'lf Bush, Jr. XVm-tl B. Delilyn Harry C. Donation, Jr. Peclro J. Durancl G. No 1-l- is Kerclmm Rohert VXI. Kline Henry P. A. Laughlin Robert E. Lemz Xwilliam H. hlorgan Jolm J. Mu,,,,l.,f John -l-. Reilly JOS6pl1 Reno James A. Rusmisell, Jr Eclwarcl VV. Smith Henry J. Vanclenlgrerg, Faculty Worth B. Forman Sherman F. Gilpin, Jr G. P. Giamloalvo Bracllord Green S. Bruce Greenway Henry C. Grott Hugh Hayiord D. J. Kennedy John Leedom R. D. h"lacKinnon E. H. Nlcllvain 151 J F Davicl F. Bew Frank R. Boyer Xvilliam Brown Qliver l'l. Brunclage Angel S. Casanova Dia James R. Davey, Jr. .James R. Degge, Jr. Elwyn A. Hughes l-awrence Limhert Syclney R. Livingston Jake E. Meyer, J,-. Nathan Rogers, Jr. F9511 IT! l?l'l. Til lll'H1E1l1 DHD UGDJJS J. Hunter Downs VVilliam J. Garvin lxlilton h'l. Grover, Jr. Enoch Cv. Klimas, Jr. Nlanson hleacls hl. Eclwarcl lvlorrow, Freclericlc hflurtaugh, J Arth ur J. Riclcer John R. hloore lvl. J. Oppenheimer Wm. N. Parkinson Vvm. C. Pritcharcl Chester Reynolcls John R. Roxhy Harolcl S. Roxloy VVm. A. Steel Barton R. Young F. le. Zahorowslci PHI ALPHA SIGMA IOTA CHAPTER AIthough Phi Alpha Sigma is the youngest fraternity on the campus, it is hy no means the youngest nationaIIy, having Ioeen organizecI at the BeIIevue IVIedicaI CoIIege in 1886. The Iota Chapter at the TempIe University IVIeCIiCaI Sch0oI was instaIIecI on IVIay 16, 1Q52. SchoIastiCaIIy, Phi Alpha Sigma has aIvvays Ineen proud of its achievements ancI high stancIarcIs, worIcing for the mutuaI benefit ot its hrethren and the mecIicaI group as a wI1oIe. The Chapter maintains a house near to the schooI and runs its own cIining room for the convenience of its members. It aIso tries to maintain a limited Iihrary where many hooks are avaiIahIe. Iota joins with the chapters of the other I3hiIadeIphia mecIicaI schools in Phi AIpha Sigmays annuaI dance. 152 Primarius . Sub-Primarzus Custos ....,. Sci-ibus .... Seniors Francis Fl. Beilarmino Robert P. F. Fitzgerald Dom J. Nlauro funiors Hugh J. Kearney Thomas J. Niaye, Jr. Gerolol J. Piserehio Jos. J. Sweeney, Jr. John H. Weidner Eolw. J. Wiorer Doctors fDA NIOUFO ......Eciw. J. Wiaier Jos. J. Sweeney, Jr. Gerald J. Piserciiia Francis J. Nienapace Fronlr A. Ambrose Robert W. Allen Victor J. Bierman Nliies F. Dills Jos. E. Gable James A. Keegon Philip J. lxfiesser Joseph J. Tolonol, Ill John C. Urie E. L. Clemens M. J. Huffnagle Jay Ray Var1Meter Chas. H. Grimes Wilmer Krusen L. R. VVOH J. Garrett Hickey George lVlcReynolCls S. L. Vvoodiiouse. Jr. Z PHI RHO SIGMA ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Aipima Lambda Ctrapter was a thought, soon after Temple University txtedicai SCIWOOI was granted an A rating by ttie American iwedicai Association. it Ibe- came an actuality in December, 1931, when the faculty granted consent to its formation. Enticiusiasm over the possibilities of a local chapter at Temple Waxed tligtr at the annual alumni banquet of ttne Lambda Phi Chapter of the University of Pennsylvania in 1930. At that time, Dr. R. Ridpattr, Dr. A. C. Piorgan, Dr. Joseph Doane and Dr. Harry Z. Hiioscimman were delegated to formulate tide pians for the ciaapter. Noxv, an active, progressive group, Aipiia Lambda has taken its high piace in our medical school life. it maintains very fine quarters at 3252 North Sixteenth Street, and conducts many tireside talks which iuave proven tnottx interesting and instructive to its memioers. 154 Presifienl ..........,... Y ,l ill P Chauncey K. lVlcGeo1'ge Vice-Presirlenl ..,..... ................ F ranlc A. Viggiano Treasurer ...........,. ......,....,... cl aclc D. lxloore Secrelary Freclericlc G. T. Hancl Stewarcl ..........., .............,....... is 'lelvin D. Nlills House lvlcinciger ...... .......... X Warner D. Bunclens, Jr. Seniors Sopliomores 5 lillarcl lj. .lones Cil'lE1Ll11CCy lC'G6OI'QC Antliony Nleloro laclc D. Bloore Francis Xvm. Saul Charles l'l. Smitll Howarcl rl. Summons Clmester G. Tornaseslci Franlc A. Viggiano funiors John J. Bianco Warrler D. Bunclens Clinton S. Crissman Eugene ll. Gillespie Gurney E. l-letriclc Clarence D. Leiplmart lwlelvin D. lvlills Taras l'l. R5'lD8CllOl4 L. Hyman Sanclers Paul K. Vvaltz Claarles N. Vvriglit J 1- .lolm P. Evans Freclericlm G. l'lancl ElClOl1 l-lOE1ClllE1l1ClCl' .lose-pl1 E. l'loenninger Davicl S, Flarslwall Clmarles H. Flclilwee rlol1n D. Vvalmer Eclwarcl Bl. Xwllalen Fresilmen ' l'l. LeRoy Allen Joseph E. Durnin VVm. F. Haniselc Clarence ls. Lelxman .lolan Y. Leiser Hoxvard E. Pratt Donalcl H. Rice Eclwarcl C. Ul1ricl1 Franlclin G. Zerloe Doctors Ernest Aegerter Ralph C. Bradley Saclcs Bricker rlos. C. Doane Faculty Harry Z. I-lll3SCl1ITlEll1 rlolmn F. Huloer Rolbert S. Hulllner Tliomas Klein Pascal F. l.uccl1esi 155 A. A. Nlitten Artlaur C. lvlorgan Rolnert F. Riclpatli VV. Hershey Thomas PHI DELTA EPSILON SIGMA CHAPTER Founded at Cornell University on October 15, 1904, by a group of eight students, Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity has so increased its enrollment that today it is one of the largest fraternal organizations in the medical Held. It has active chapters in 62 medical schools in the United States. The Sigma Chapter was established at Temple in 1Q17 when petition for faculty permission to estahiish the body Was granted at the Fail faculty meeting. The fraternity entered the 1914-1917 period a collection of chapters and emerged a unit, and one of the most inliuentiai medical fraternities in the country. There are, at the present time, 17 graduate Clubs in the leading cities of our own and foreign countries. 156 COHSUL ........ Vice-Consul Secreiary ,....... Treasurer ..,. Seniors Haroici I. Lecics Leonard E. Lecics cmiors Daniei H. Barenioaum Wm. A, Brooisicy Sam Jacic Gar iieici iviorto n Ni. Kiigerman Leon Kotioili Doctors Simon Bali Nathan Bl umiuerg L. S. Capian Louis Coimen S. VV. Eisenberg Ni. S. Ersner isicior Forman Franic Giauser Martin Goici Samuel Goiciioerg J. N. Grossman Sydney Harioerg GQAE ...........i..60l"lZlTCi LBCIQS ........Daniei H. BHITCYIIJEIUYH i,CCiKS .........Wiorton Ni. Kiigerman SODIIOITIOFGS Ff9Sl'lWl9Tl ixiervin A. Niaiiuias Lester Bi. Saiciman Diorton E. Sciwwain M. S. Jacoios Nainari ixfi. Levin Davici Nieyers Saui P. Savitz Harry Simpicins Louis A. Soioii Eciwarci Sieinieici Henry J. Tumen E. Ni. Vveinioerger Louis VVeiner Syciney Weiss Niicimaei G. Vvoiii Jos. B. Vxfoiilie Jay H. Davidson Victor Kremens Bruce ixfiaciuier iViorion iwiarics Ray Penneys Lester Rauer PHI LAMBDA KAPPA ALPHA IGTA CHAPTER Atter an unsuccessful attempt to estahtish Phi Lamhcta Kappa at Tempte, in 1923, hecause the schoot was in the Ctass B group, the Granct Chapter grantect Temple a charter in 1Q28. Thus, with the recognition ot Teinpte as an A schoot, the Atpha Iota Chapter ot the Phi Iaamhcta Kappa Fraternity became a reality to a group of energetic, interestect stuctents. Uncter the Co-sponsorship ot Drs. I... Tuft and I.. Kimmetman, Atpha Iota conctucts many scientitic meetings each year, with guest speakers who are prominent physicians in their own particutar speciat- ties. A very interesting and unusuat feature is that ot permitting some of the traters to speatc on whatever they wish, at the enct ot each Iousiness meeting. Its mernhers atways have heIcI high sChoIastic rankings in their ctasses. 158 NVQ,-thy NVQ,-thy XVOI-my X-Vo,-thy Superior .,....... Herman Ni. 7ei man Cimnceiior . ....... Nlorton NV 1 sn 1 s x Scriiw ...... ........,....,..... ........ , Ax ivraiuam Ni Trumin Cilcinceiior of Excizequer ,......... ixioses Raioinoxstf Seniors Sopilomores Ha,-Old L, Hyman Biiiton A. Batoti Edxvard Picked Roinert A. Braitman . Ainraiwanl Ni. Frumin Jay Spiegeiman , Bei-Hard Goiuinolzi Harold S. Tuit Henry Luster blolton XX mblmrglq Nathan Niattieman JCVFY Z515I0W Josepim Rucioipii Herman Dt. Zeiciman Juiius Scinuitz I resimmn 1 'o " W un lb Samuel Cimaciuicin Jacob DI' 36115011 Ainraimam Ginsburg JOSEPH BI- BVHU Blaurice Goiciiaerg Dfioses Raioinovitz Nathan S. Koiinsicy Faculty Doctors Herman Goici Louis K. Hoioerman isaclore Katz Niorris Kieiniaart Julius Kimmeiman Joseph Levitsiiy 159 Jerome iviiiier Niorris Brody Henry Perlman Kerman Snyder Louis Tuft J. G. Weiner Julius Vvinston THE WRIGHT DERMATGLQGICAL SOCIETY The VXfright Dermatoiogicat Society was founded nine years ago, a re- organization of the Stricider Dermatotogicat Society, when Dr. Carroll S. Vvright succeeded Dr. A. Strictder as professor of Dermatology and Syphiloiogy. The purpose of the society is to promote interest and desire for knowledge in the previously neglected science of Dermatology. The membership is open to students in the junior and senior classes whose woric is of an acceptable standard. Its meetings have heen characterized by student papers and instructive talks hy promi- nent men in the field of Dermatology and Syphiloiogy, who are brought here through the icind efforts of Dr. Wright. The annual banquet, held in honor of Dr. VVright, is an occasion that is looked forward to hy the students and its faculty sponsors. It has done much to hind the students and faculty together. 160 Honorary Presidenl President ................ Vice-President ....... Secretary ....... . JTIPCISUFGI Seniors Thomas E. Andes VVm. A. Black John L. Bowers Chas. A. Bream Hugh l'l. Calhoun Tom Harris Henry J. Hunter Harold L. Hyman Allred T. Johnson Rohert H. Johnson Charles G. Jones Sydney H. Kane uniors Claude H. Ballard, Jr. John J. Bianco Joseph lVl. Brau Edward W. Caughy Sam J. Garfield James R. Goodson Gurney E. l-letriclc James W. Hosner William Cv. Hume Jacolo Katz ..........Carroll S. VX7right, hl.D. John J. Laurusonis Harold l. Leclcs Leonard E. Leclcs John A. Parrott Edward Piclcert F. VVm. Saul James P. Scott Richard O. Sellers Fl-hos. J. Sharlcey Chas. H. Smith Jay Spiegelman G. Norris Ketcham H. Otis Kitrleson John B. l-l. Konzelman Clarence D. Leipart Rolaert E. Lentz Delloert B. lvlallams Joseph X. hfledwiclc VX7ade C. h'lyers James H. hfliller 161 J. Sharlcey ..........l'larold L. Hyman G. Jones lvlorton Vvarshalslcy Rohert A. Straughn Lawrence D. Stuart Eugene Thomas James H. Trolinger Richard S. Troxel Harold S. Tult Frank A. Viggiano hlorton Warshalslcyf Alnraham L. Vvaldman John H. Vvigton Jerry Zaslow Herman Nl. Zeidman Gerald J. Piserchia lxflelvin A. Schmutz J. Fred. Snyder Raymond A. Taylor Henry J. Vandenlgerg, Jr Jose L. Vila Paul K. Waltz Newton E. Wessmarr Donald E. Vvonsettler Ralph lVl. Vvymer BABCOCK SURGICAL SGCIETY With time assistance of Dr. Yviiiiarn A. Steei, its first and oniy president, a group of students organized tile Babcock Surgicai Society, in 1905, with the wists of iionoring Dr. VV. Wayne Babcock. it is the oldest society in Tempie University Fiedicai Scirooi, and has come to occupy a distinctive position in the medical scimooi, a society in which memiaersimip is iligiiiy desired. its memiaersiiip is restricted to students in tide sopiiornore, junior and senior ciasses who have main- tained a superior class standing and personal qualifications. Its members may not join any of the other societies in the sciiooi. The meetings are characterized by presentations of papers, iay students, oi current surgicai topics of interest, and are foiiowed by discussions of time papers by eminent surgeons who are interested in that pinase of surgery. Tide annual banquet is mariced ivy time assemblage oi prominent physicians and surgeons, graduates, and students Wino gatiier to iionor its renowned patron, Dr. Vviiiiam Vvayne Baiococic. 162 Honorary presiclenl ....,............. XM. Xwayne Bahcoclc, A.h'l., lX'l.D,, l-la.D., l:.A.C.S. President ...,............. .............................. X Wm. A. Steel, BS., lYI.D., l:A.C.S. Vice-President ........ .........,..................... J ohn P. Emich, lXl.D. Sluclenl President ..,.. ......... .l ay G. lainn, dr. S9Cl'9lf'll'j' ---.---.-.-....... ..... J ohn PJ. Roxluy, dr. Seniors Gillnert Barron John S. Chalzlee Kenneth VV. Ch ristenlaerry dos. R. Connelly Charles P. Goldsmith Jos. G. Haddad Thos. S. Hershey funiors Edwin P. AllJ1'ight Rohert F. Beclcley J. Guy Butters Franlc G. Christopher, Jr. Eugene J. Gillespie John H. Hall Ralph E. Herendeen, Jr. Sophomores Franlc R. Boyer A. S. Casanova Diaz Granville A. Lawrence, Jr. Clarence A. Holland Sam. T. Hulnlaarcl, dr. Jay G. Linn. Jr. Herbert E. Loomis Chauncey K. hlcfjeor Herman hliller Fredriclc NV. l'lerman Harrison R. Hines lxflorton Nl. Kligerman Lamar la. Knight Henry R. Knoch Henry P. A. Laughlin lVlelvin D. lvlills Sidney R. Livingston Ralph D. Luther James J. Richardson dos. A. Shelly 163 ge Jael: D. hloore Rohert S. hlorrls Forrest G. hloyer George F. Shugert Howard J. Summons Edwin F. Trautman Charles R. E. NVells John J. hlurphy John T. Reilly Jos. H. Reno John B. Roxloy, Jr. lwlurray D. Sigman Henry ll. Vandenlderg Jr Paul K. Xvaltz Edward Nl. Whalen Edwin E. Vvieclcowslci George T. Vvohl COMPLIMENTS OF MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF TEMPLE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL President ........................ First Vice-President ......... Second Vicelpresiclent ........ Secre tary-Treasurer ..... DR DR Dr DR DR DR. DR J. NI. ALESBURY H. E. BACON SIMON BALL IVI. S. ERSNER I. FORMAN W. B. IFORMAN Cv. P. CIAMBALVO OFFICERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS DR. JOHN H. FRICK 164 .........DR.JOl1N C, BURNS .....,....DR. C. DELUCA E. F. IVICDADE REUBEN FRIEDMAN DR. S. B. GREENWAY DR. C. I-I. NICDEVITT DR S. F. IVIADONNA DR. VV. N. PARKINSON DR I-I. S. RAINES DR. S. P. SAVITZ DR I'I. TUTTI-E STULL .,'. C I. I . f Jw.-JJ' A,4?5Qq,i.'1qJ-51:44-,J,,v ,-sas:-arm.- 1. X- .nwww - --- -, , - """"','.. -,...,"1' , . ., M 1. .Jzcvlf mf vgN6MMVA3,NMA,- 4-, -'17 ""'f1','g . -' YL ,.R,g..-.L-L x-J iii.,--fXtii"i - 'fu ,., N.. ., .Z -.vi :Q ff- ' I , We-9:-fi:1c'v-"'-2'+P-2.-:Lf ul ,ggqgmy gIg2g,1q,.wM... '1vzcfmfn':raswy,..,. 'Qf2qfsff:m. 1 . m,,T,- 1' - . . -,,--, N 1 . ,Wk-..1!',i,,' V ' L A, ,. ,?,3---,:,Qj.,f'l:fiL?-.-in-if-1 . A X-- . --4q.s.vuzJf-9-ff-,,,.r.-.,..h.., ..... - , Q ,,-.. .,.. . ,,g'Q'1'.,.C..,. ..- ,u."ef:avg2sH..,-..,.,,.. .i',..3"IA.LJ.lI....,..g,. M.-, ,V,, -,.,..:, N AEsw121svwx,.fd+'h'--W . vMNmw'MNFu .fi.P.7,-. Lf.x2AsJ1-f,42L4...4z.,..".x..ff"7 -. --,N -V , .,-.........L.....,...... 'cw vm 4,i'2'Qffam!:12Qcmv:vrf.tmt+- 112' f ffffffff' -1 H'w-"-MA'-"J"' ,. - '1-P i' .C ii. ., 51529252 Q' " ,,-., A EDXVARD XYEISS, BLD., F.A.C.P. Professor of Clinical Nieclicine Born .luly 50, 1895. Xvilcox, Pa. Ed.: Jefferson Niecl. Coil., iXi.D., 1917: U. ot Pa., summer session, 1917. Demonstrator oi ixloriuicl Anatomy, .leilerson lxlecl. Coll., 1919-21, Assoc. in Patimol., lQ2l-31, Demonstrator ot Nieci, 1922-29, Assoc. in bled. 1929-52, Attencling Physician, Tuberculosis Vvarcl, Pliilaclelplmia General Hosp., since 1926. Clin, Prof. Niecl., Temple U., 1952-56, Prof. Clin. Niecl., since 1956. F.A.C.P. Nlemiber: Pioiila. Coll. ot Physicians: Patlwl. Soc. oi Pimila. lsec. ancl Treas., 1921-22l: Amer. Assn. for Nlecl. History: Phila. Co. ixlecl. Soc.: ivlemlaer Board of Directors: Family Society of Plnlaclelpiwiaz ixiarriage Counsel: Juvenile Aid Society: Community Healtii Center: ixiemluer ot Council for Clinical Training oi Tlleologicai Students. Lecturer in ixleclicine, School of Social Economy. Bryn lVlawr College. lSt Lt. NLC., US. Army, 1918-19, Capt. MRC., 1925. Autlwr: "Practical Tallcs on Kidney Disease" lciiarles C. Tiiomasl, 19573 tXVitl1 Dr. M. E. Aloinottl Mcongenital Heart Disease" from Blumers Beclsicle Diagnosis WV. B. Saunders G- Col, 1928. Co-autiior Hcarclio- vascular-Renal Disease," D. Appleton-Century Co., 1940. ' THOMAS PREDERILK NcNAlR SCOIT, D'l.D. lcantalml, lVi.R.C.P. ll..onrl.l Professor of Pediatrics Born .lune IS, 1901, Scotland. Ecl.: Caius College, B.A. 1923, lXi.A. 1928: St. Georges Hosp., Lonclon, iVi.C.R.S.-L.R.C.P., 1927: Camlnriclge, lX'l.D. 1958. Casualty Otlicer anal House Pllysician ancl House Surgeon anci Olmstetric Physician, St. Georges Hosp, London, IQZTQ Researclm Fellow in Med. uncler Dr. G. iViinot. 1950: Jolms Hopkins Hospital, 1951-54: Virus Research at Rockefeller institute, 1954-56: pliysician in Clrarge ot Cliilclrens Out patient Dept., St. Georges Hosp., Lonclon, 1956-58: Director ot tlie CllildfCH'S Dept., St. Georges Hosp., Lonclon, 1958: Hon. Attenrlant piiys. Queenls Hosp. tor Ciiilclren, Lonrlonz Aclviser oi Xvelltare Clinic. General Lying-in Hosp., Lonclon: Proi. oi Pecliatrics, Temple U. ixiecl. Scli., 1958. ixfiemlaerz Royal College Physicians. London l1928l: Camlariclge U, Nlecl. Soc. oi Englancl: Harvey Soc. ot N. Y.: Pediatric Researcll Soc. ot time U. S.: Soc. oi Clinical investigation: Physiological Soc. oi Pliila.: Piiila. Pecliatric Soc.: Kolmcr Hon. ixleclical Soc.: llrl Royal Soc. of iviecl, Lonclon. Autlior: Articles on lJloocl diseases, leacl poison- ing ancl Virus lxleningitisz Treatment ot pneumonia in Cllilclren witll Sullaapyrirline. ixlarrietl, one son ancl one daugliter. Holuloiesz Cine- matograpliy. HARRY E. BACON, BS., MD., F.A.C.5., F.A.P.S. Associate Professor of Proctology Born Aug. 25, 1900, Plrila., Pa. Villanova Coll., BS. 1955: Temple U., iNi.D. 1925: Graduate Stucly, St. ixiarlfs ancl Guys Hosp.. Lonclon, ancl St. Antoine Hosp., Paris. lnstr. in Anatomy, Temple U. Niecl. Sell., 1927-29: Asst. Prof. Proctology, 1928-58, Temple U. Fleet. Selig Assoc. Prof. ot Proctology since 1958: Assoc, Prof. Proctology, Gracl. Scl1. of Niecl., U. oi Pa.: Asst. Proctologist: Temple U. Hosp.: Visiting Proctologist: St. Lulie's Hosp. anti Cililclrens Hosp.: Asst. Surgeon, Radiological Statl. Pllila. General Hosp.: Consulting Proc- tologist, ivlercy Hosp. ancl Paul Kimlnall Hosp., Laliewoocl, N. .l,: Proctoiogist, National Stomacll Hosp. Fellow: Amer. 'Proctologic Soc. anal Amer. ixlecl. Assn., Nlemlmer: Phila. Co., Penna. State lvlefl. Soc.: Researcll Soc. of Cvastro-enterology: Co-louncler ancl Past-Pres. Proc- tologic Soc. oi time Gracl. Hosp., U. of Pa. Niemluer Br. Dirs. Nleclicai Cluin ot Plnila.: lx'I6I'IllTJCI' Comm. on Cancer Control. Autllorz "Treatise on Diseases oi tl1e Anus, Rectum ancl Sigmoicl Colon" and ol numerous mecl. articles, Qllice: 1527 XV, Girarcl Ave., Plwila. Residence: 151 Xvynnewoocl Roacl, Nlerion, Pa. 166 JACQUES GUEQUIERRE. BS.. NS. thlf-tt.J, BID. Assoc, prof. of Dorrimutology mul Syphilology -Eel.: U. ol Xvisconsin: ixlarquctlc U. hlocl. Sch.: U. ol lla. Sch ol ixlecl., hl.D. 1013. internship at Polyclinic: hlomlico-Chi Hospital 1913-24. Chief Res. Phys. IQ2.Ql-23. Ext?-rnship, Dept. ol Dur- t lllfllllltlgyi Li. ol- Vienna. Assoc. Proi. ami Chief nl- Clinic. Dc-pl. Dermatol.-Syphilology, 'lc-inpiv U. Noel. Sch. Assoc, Prul., Grail. Sch. J J ol' ixlecl.. U. of lin. Chicl' oi Clinic lhysical rlilmorapoutics in Der- matology, Attencling Dermatologist. Bryn ixlawr l'losp. Consnit. Dor- Illilllll. Phila. Hosp.-lior hlontal Diseases. hilt"lltl'Jt't'Z Phila, Co. ixlvcl. Soc.: Nlontgoniory Co. hlerl. Soc.: fl'i A.iNl.A. Atlantic Dornmtolog. Conference: Phila. Dcrniatological Soc. tpast Presi. Author: Eclitor- in-chiel. Soction on Dermatology, Jour. oi Gone-ral Orthopcrlic Surgery ancl Dernmtology: Pam-rs on Physical Therapy in Dc-rniatoiogy ancl Cut. Diseases ol the Extrcrnitics: h'lElIlilgGIllK"Ill ol' Ringworni lnlvclions: Use ol the Cutting-current in olulaining Biopsiz-s in Cutaneous Cancer: Control oi Cutaneous Cancer: Electro surgery in Dormatoiogy: Relation- ship ol' Dermatology to General lxlECliCil'tf'. Hoimlviesz hlerlical History. Biographies nl' Physicians, Collection oi Nonhixleclical Books hy Physi- cians, Colir-ation oi photographs ami sliclcs oi various slain cliseases. SHERMAN lf. GILPIN. JR.. BID. Clinical Professor of Neurology Eel.: Ursinns College. 1911-24: U. oi Pa.. tQ2,l-13, BS.: U. ol Pa. Bic-clicai School. BLD.. 192.11-29. lnterne, Phila. General Hosp., 1929- 31: Asst. Ctmrt Ros. Phila. General Hosp.. 1051-52: Fellow Neurology Niayo Clinic ancl Founclation. 1932-353 First Asst. Section oi Neurology Nlayo Clinic. 1935-56: Clin. Prof. Neurology. Temple U. his-cl. School. 1956-: Neurologist Germantown Hosp., 1957-:, Asst. Attending Nou- rologist. Phila. General Hosp. lvlerniior: A.BliA.: Penna. State Nlori. Soc.: Phila. Co. Niecl. Soc.: Phila. Neurological Soc. tTreas.i. Hoh- lxiesz ixiusic flnstrumentsi anci Collecting ixlatch Books. JANIFLS KAN, MD. Clinicul Professor of Mecliciize Born 1891. Engianci. Eel.: Jefferson ixqedicai School. NLD., 191.11 internship: Ainington hlemorial Hosp., 191445 and Episcopal Hosp.. 1915-17. Clin. Assist. to Dr. Howard Frisseli. Episcopal Hosp.: instructor in -Nlecl., Jefferson ixfieci. Sch.. 192005: Visiting Physician to Episcopal Hosp.. Since 1920: Assoc. Prof. Physical Diagnosis. Tempie U. ixlecl. Sch., 1929-H51 Clinical Prof. Nleciicine. Temple U. iviecl. Sch.. since lQ'j5'. Nlemltmerz A.iX'i.A.g penn. State hiezi. Soc.: Phila. Co. hiefi. Soc.: Phila. Coll. oi Physicians: Xvcstern Nova Scotia Yacht Cluim. Holaluies: Photography. Golf, anfl Boating. 167 OLIVER SPURGEON ENGLISH, MD. Professor of Psychiatry Born Sept. 27, 1901, Presque IsIe, Maine. ECI.: U. of IN"Iaine, 1920-22: .Ietferson Med. CoII., M.D., 1924. Married EIIen Mary Brown. Feb. 28, 1953. ResicIent Physician, .Ietterson Medical CoII. Hosp., 1924-27: Interne, Boston PsycI1opatt1ic Hosp.. 1927-28: Res., NeuroIogicaI Division. D4onteIure Hosp. for Chronic Diseases, N.Y.C., 1928-29: CommonweaIlIi I:eIIow in Psychiatry, I'IarvarcI U., 1929-52: Instruc. in Psychiatry. I'Ia1varcI IVIecI. ScIn., 1929-52: VoIunteer in. Psychiatry, CI1arite Hosp., BerIin, Germany, 1929-505 CIin. Prof. of Psychiatry, TempIe U, IVIecI. SCI1., 1933-38: Professor of Psychiatry, Temple U. Med, SCI1., 1958-: Physician to PsycI1opatI1ic Department, I3I1iIa. GeneraI Hosp.. 1955: Lecturer in Psychiatric Information. Bryn IVIawr CoII., 1958-. IVIemIner: Amer. Psychiatric Assn.: Amer. Federa- tion of I3'sycI1oanaIysis: N.Y. I:'syct1oanaIytic Soc.: Board of Trustees, PennI1urst State SCI1.. Pa. CIUIJ: Oak Terrace Country. I'IoIuI2ies: GOII, Amateur CoIor PI1ot0grapI1.y. AutI1or: Hcommon Neuroses of CI1iIcIren ancI AcIuIls,'-EngIisI1 ancI Pearson. VV. VV. Norton, 1957. Res.: 5925 I'Ienry Ave., PI1iIa. Olzficez 255 S. 17tI1 St., PI1iIa. GLEN G. GIBSON, IVLD. Asst. professor of OpIztI1aImoIogy ECI.: Gonzaga University, Spokane, VX7asI1.: Saint Louis U. IVIec,I SCI1., St. Louis, NIQ. Internship Providence Hosp., Detroit, IWicI1.: Postgraduate in OpI1tIiaImoIogy at IVIayo CIinic, Rochester, Minn. Asst. Prof. of OpI1tI1aImoIogy, TempIe U. Hosp. ancI IVIecI. SCI1. IVIemIJer: PI1iIa. Co. NIecIicaI Soc.: Perma. State Med. Soc.: A.IVI.A.: Amer. Academy of OpI1tI1aImoIogy and OtoIaryngoIogy: I:'t1iIa. OpI1- tI1aImic CIUID: CoIIege of Physicians of Pt1iIacIeIpI1ia. Office: 5701 NortI1 Broad St., I:'I1iIa. T. CARROLL DAVIS, PD., MD., F.A.C.S. Clin. Prof. of Luryngology and RI1inoIogy Born NIay 11, 1881, CaIn rI-ownsI1ip. CI1ester Co., Pa. IVIiIIers- viIIe State Teachers CoIIege: PI1iIa. CQII. of Pharmacy and Science. PD. 1904. U. oI CoIoracIo ScIr. of Med., Jetterson Med. COII., IVLD. 1909. Internship, Samaritan Hosp. Married .IuIia Sanford Ac,Iams in IQI2. CI1ieI oI Nose and TI1roat CIinic, TempIe U. Hosp. Asst. Prof. RI1inoIaryngoIogy, T'empIe U. SCI1. of IX'IecI. IVIemIJer: F.A.IVI.A.: I3I1iIa. Co. IVIerI. Soc.: Penna. State IVIecI. Soc.: Amer. Board of Of0fI1IUOIHTYIlgOI0gQ'I I:.A.C.S.: I3I1iIa. L.aryngoIogicaI Soc.: Amer. AcacIemy ot OpI1tI1aImoIogy ancI OtorI1inoIaryngoIogy. HoIoIoies: Foot- IaaII and cI1ess. AcIcIress: 5128 N. Broad St., I3I1iIa. . 168 HARRY A. DUNCAN, BA., ND., F.A.C.S. Assoc. Professor of Gynecology Born Dec. 22. 1876, Niiliersiwurg. O. Efi.: St. Lawrence U., AB. 1901: lxilL'CliCfJ-ClIifUfgiCEll Coll., lJitil?t., iVl.D. 10011. Resident. Sitltlilfir lan Hosp., 190.1-05: Asst. Gynecologist. Assoc. Prol. Gynecology, Temple U. ixiefl. Sell. Asst. Gynecrologist. Tenlple U. Hosp. Qin- sletrician anti Gynecoiogist. pllilil. Gen. Hosp, Rlenllaerz A.lVi.A.: Pa. State anti Pilila. Co. lvieni. Socs.: ijllila. Clin. Assn.: Pililzl. Oitast. Soc.: i:.A.C.S. Lt. iX'i.C., US. Arnly, rluring Xvorlci Xxiitf. Aclciress: 1.120 XV, Erie Ave., Ibiliiil.. Pa. l-RANK XV. IxONLEI..5IANN, ND. Professor of Clinical Poliloiogy Born Flay 6. 1894. Plliia.. Pa. Son ol Tiieoclorc ancl Elizainetil lDoyiel Konzeimalln. Eel.: Central Higli SCil00l. Pllila., AB. 191.11 Jellerson Fiecl. Coll., FLD. IQIO. Aiarrieel VIQIICTGSC Elsenau, Oct. 31. 1918. Asst. Peel. Jelierson Hosp.. 1920-22: Delllonstrzltrlr. Pzllilol.. Jefferson Bled. Coll., 1922: Later Assoc.. Asst. Prol., 1030. Asst. Prof. Clin. Patllol.. Temple U. Nlefl. Sell., 1950 to Prol. Clin. Pallloi. 1954, Patiloiogist: Temple U. Hosp. sinfe 1950: NOfiilNN'CSiCTl1 General Hosp., 1912-28: St. Cilristopilers Hosp. for Cllilclren, 19124261 Acting Proi. Pallloi. Temple U. Dental Scll.. 1933-34: Dir. Temple U. Hosp. Training Soil. lor Neel. Technologists. 193057. Nemioer: A,N.A.: Pllila. Co. anal Perma. Stale Secs.: lFl Amer. Soc, Clin. Patil- ologists: fFl Anler. Soc. Patiloiogists anri Bzlcteriologisls: llrl Piliizl. Coll. oi Physicians: Amer. Neoplastic Soc.: Pllila. Patllol. Soc. in 1918. Lt. iXi.R.. US. Army, 1919-24: i..t, Com. US. Navy Reserve 1938, Autllorz Articles on: Liver functional tests: Renal Dis- ease: Laryngeal ancl Bronclliai tumors: Grading oi Tumors. Cone triisutorz Kolmer Ev Boerner, Approved Lainorzltory BilE'illOf,lS, Encyclo- pedia ol: Wieclicine. Co-aulllor: Carcliovascular Renal Disease. Res.: 3638 21st St. Ollice: 5400 N. Broad Sl., Piliia. JOHN FRANKLIN HUBER, AM.. MD., Pll.D. Assoc. prof. of Anatomy, Histology, and EIYIIJFYDIUQY Born NON'6It1l7CT S. 1904, at Ann Ariaor. Nlicli. Son ol G. Cari ancl Lucy Parker Hulser. Ecl.: University oi lxiiclugan, A.B. 1925, lVi.A, 1927, NLD. 1929, Pil.D. 1953. Assistant in Anatomy, U. ol Niicll, lyiecl. Sell.. 1926-29: instructor in Anatomy, U. ol bllifiil. lxflecl. Sell., 1929-36: Assoc. Professor ol Anatomy, Histology, anal Ernivryoiogy. Temple U. ixiecl. Sell., 1956-. Menllnerz Amer. Assoc. ol Anzltonlists: Pilysioiogical Soc, of Pilila.: Fellow. Amer. Assoc. lor Aclvancelllent ol Science: Alplla Sigma plli: Plii Rilo Sigma. Holaiuiesz Pllolograpily ancl Garclening. Res.: Nioreno Roaci lxxiest ol Gypsy Lanel, Vtlynne- woocl, Pa, 169 ABRAHAM J. COHEN, MD. Clinical Professor of lvleclicine Bom Dec. 141, 1879, Lomza, Polancl. Eel.: Jefferson Nlecl. Coll., hI.D. 1905. intern, Jewish Hosp., Phila., until 1905. Apptcl. to Stall Henry Phipps lnst., 1905, Assoc. Dir. Clin. anal Soc. Depts., IQIQ-27: Visiting Physician, Vvhite Haven Sanatorium, 1907-15: Visiting Physi- cian, TB Div., Jewish Hosp., IQOS-IS: Founclecl Eagleville Sanalorium, 1909, lxlecl. Dir. anfl Sec. Bcl. of Dirs.. Eagleville Sanatorium since 1909: Prof. Dis. of the Chest. Temple U. Nleol. Sch.. 1920: Chief Div. of TB, Dept. of Health, Phila., 1928-52: At present: Clin. Prof. of hlecl., Temple U. Nlecl. Sch.: lvlecl. Dir., Eagleville Sanatorium: Consult. Physician TB Dept., Norristown State Hosp. lor Nlental Dis. lxleinherz Phila. Co. lxlecl. Soc.: Phila, Patholog. Soc.: Pa. State Nlecl. Assoc.: A.lXl.A.: Co-louncler anal Past Pres. The Laennec Med. Soc. ol Philaclelphia: Nat. Tuherculosis Assoc.: int. Union against Tuher- culosis: American Coll. Chest Physicians: Trucleau lVlecl. Soc.: Amer. Acad. Tuherculosis Physicians. Author ol numerous monographs on Diseases of the Chest ancl TB, etc. One ol the pioneers in surgical treatment ol Pulmonary TB. Hoiahies: Nlusic, Travel, Lanclscape Gardening. Aclclress: 1630 Spruce St,, Phila. CARROLL S. XVRIGHT, BS., ND, Professor of Dermatology anal Sypliilology Born Dec. 27. 1395, Freeport, lylich. U. ol lvlich., BS. 1917: U. ol- lxlich. Nlecl. Sch.. NLD. 1919. lnstr. in Dermatology ancl Syphil- ology, U. of lxlich. ixlecl. Sch., 1920-22: Gracl. Sch, ol lxlecl., U. of Pa., 1921-25, Asst. Prol., 1914-25, Assoc. Prof. since 1926. Prof. Der- matol. ancl Syphilol, Temple U. Sch. ol lVlecl.,lsince 1951. Consulting Dermatologist: lxlunicipal Hosp. ol Phila: Elwyn Training Sch.: Vine- land Training Sch.: Xyiclener Home lor Cripplecl Cliilclren, Phila.: Shrine-r's Home for Crippleci Children, Phila. Nlemlaerz Phila. Dermatol, Soc. lpast Presl: A.lVl.A.: Amer. Dermatol. Assn.: lHon. Patronl Temple Dermatol. Soc.: Phila. Co. lvlerl. Soc.: US. lVl.R.C.. 1917-18. Author: "Treatment of Syphilis," lQ'j2 lwith Dr. .l. F. Shamlaurgi, Hcompenci of Diseases of the Skin," IQS4 lwith Sham- hurgl: Hsyphilisn in Cyclopeclia of Nlecl. Author ol numerous article: on cliseases of sl-:in anrl syphilis. Res.: Moreno Rcl., Xvynnewoorl. Office: 1402 Spruce St., Phila. K i XV. XVAYNE BABCOCK, Abt., ND., LLD., F.A.C.S. Prof. of Surgery nncl Clinical Surgery Born .lune 10, 1872, E. XN'orcester, N. Y. Son ol Vvilliam XV. anrl Sarah .lane lButlerl Bahcocli. Eel.: Coll. P. ancl S., Baltimore, 1893: Harvard, summer sch. 1895: U. ol Pa. Sch. ol hlecl., BLD. lXl.D. 1895: lxleclico-Cliirurgical Coll., Phila., lW.D. 1900: Pennsylvania Coll., Gettyshurg. A.lVl. lhonj 1924, ixflarriecl Nlarion C. VVatters. 14, 1018. Demonstralor and Lectr. in Pathology anal Bacteri- ology, lx'l6CliC0'ClliTUl'giC8l Coll., 1896-1903. Pathologist: Phila. Hosp. LZ yrs.: Kensington Hosp. lor Vxlomen. Prof, ol Gynecology, since 1905, Prof. of Surgery ancl Clin. Surgery since 1903, Temple U. Nlecl. Sch.: Prof. Oral Surgery, Phila. Dental Coll., 1907-08. Surgeon to Temple U. ancl Phila. General Hosps. lxlemherz A,A.A.S.: F.A.C.S.: A.iVl.A.: Amer. Therapeutic Soc. libres. 1917-18l: Pathological Soc.. Phila. lcurator, 1896-l9O'jl: Amer. Assn. Ohst., Gyn. ancl Ahcl. Surgeons lpres. 1953i: Societe cies Chirurgiens cle Paris lCorr. Fellowi: Phi Chi: Capt. hl.R.C. 1917: Surgical Chief, General Hospital No. 6, Ft. Nlcplmersrrn, Ga., 1917-19, hlajor IQIT, Lt. Col. 1918. Author: uprevenlive lX'leclicine,H prize essay, 1903: uCohen's Systern.0l Physi- ologic Therapeutics," 1903: "Text Book ol: Surgeryf' 1928, Zncl eel. 1035, Co-author: "Prophylaxis," vol. V: Surgical Eclitor, Cycloperlia ol lxlecl.: Numerous Surgical Articles. Res.: Il St. Asaphs Rel., Bala. Office: 1720 Spruce Sl., Phila., Pa. lxlay 170 .IDI-IN B. ROXBY. NLD. ljrolessor ol .'xllUl0ll'I5' 1111cl Histology Born Play IS. ISTI. Slmcriamloali. Pa. Ecl.: lxlr-cliccz-fwliirurgical Coll., Pllila.. 1890. DC'lll0llSlftllllT ol Anatonly. lxll'CllC0-cflllfllf' gical Coll., 189799: Cliiel Domonstrator. 1899-1902: Lecturer on ilxll' atomy ol llxe Central Nervous System, XX,OlllCl1'S lxlcclical Coll.. 1903- 0412 Professor ol Anatomy. Pliilazlelpliia Dental Srglmool, 1905-11: Proles- sor of Anatomy, Tc-nrple U. lxlerl. Sell.. IQOS-I2, anrl since- IQIS. lxlemlnerz Delaware Co. Flecl. Soc. lv.-Pres.. IQZI ancl Pres. lfjllll Pa. State Nlecl. Soc.: A.lXl.A.: Pliilatlelplna Nlerl, Clulwz Autlmr: Numerous papers contriliutecl to tlue literature on a variety ol tlllillttllllfill sulnjects. Ollice: Temple U. All-cl. Srli.. Plrila. NIELVIN A. SAYLOR. BS., ND. Professor ol Pliysiologicul Cliernislry Born Flay 6. 1374. Qualiertown, Pa. Ecl.: Drexel institute, Pliila.. BS. 1906: .lellerson Neal. Coll., FLD. 1915. lnstr. Dept. Domestic Science, Drexel lnstilute, IQOS-Il. Assoc. in Cliemistry, 1911-16, Lec- turer in Physiological Clxemistry, IQIS-IQ. Assoc. Prnt. Cliemistry, Drexel lnstitute. 1916, Prolessor ol Cliemistry, Temple U. lvled. Scli. Flemlmerz Alplia Omega Alplia: Amer. Clrern. Assoc. of University Prof.: Cliemical Soc. lor tlle Assoc. for Aclvancement ot Society. Oli-ice: Temple U. bled. Scli. Pro essor o Olnstetiics Born Dec. 23, 1863. Fayette County, Penna. Emi.: .lellerson Nlecl. Coll., NLD. 1896. Postgraduate work in Vienna ancl Eclinlaurgli. Assist. in tlie Surgical anal Neurological Depts., Jefferson Nlecl. Coll.. 1896-1904: Professor of Obstetrics at Temple U. Scli. of ixiecl. since 1904: Olastetrician, Nortluwestern Gen. Hosp., 1921-24. Nlemlberz Fellow Amer. Coll. ol Surgeons: A,Nl,A.: Phila. Co. lvlecl. Assoc.: Olvstetrical Soc. ol Pllilaclelpliia. Autlmr: Numerous olbstetrical paul- plmlets and articles on an uoutline of Ollstetricsu: HOl'1stetrical Boolfletni "Guide Boolc in Olustetricsf' Dr. Arnolcl collalvoratecl witli Dr. Temple Fay to institute tlie now worlcl famous Mlqemple Treatmentn of eclampsia. 171 VVALTER I. LILLIE, MD., MS. tOph1I1.J, F.A.C.S. Prof. of Ophthalmology Born Nov. 5, 1891, Grand Haven, Nlicli. Eel.: U. of iViicl1., Mecl. Scli., NLD. 1915: Nlayo Foundation, Gracl. Scli. of U. of Minn., NLS. l0pl1tl1.l, 1922. Fellow in Qplitlialmology, Niayo Foundation, lVlayo Clinic, 1915-20: Medical Res. Corps lB.E.F. and A.E.F.J, 1917-19: lnstr. in Oplitlial., Nlayo Clinic, 1922-25: Asst. Prof. of Gplitlial., Gracl. Scii., U. oi Minn., ancl Consultant in Gplitli.. lvlayo Clinic, 199.5-27: Assoc. Prof. of Oplitli., Gracl. Sch. of Mecl., U. of Nlinn.. 1927-35: Prof. oi Gphtlml.. Temple U. Seli. ol Mecl., since 1955. ixiemiaerz A.lVl.A.: Amer. Acad. ol Oplitlwal. ancl Otolaryngology: Amer. Opl1tl1al. Soc.: Amer. Coll. ol' Surgeons: Coll. of Pliysicians ol Phila.: Sigma Xi. Consult. Qplitlialmol. Slnrinens Hosp. lor Crippleci Cliil- ciren and Norristown State Hosp.: Guest Lecturer in Neuro-Opiitlial., Graci. Scli. U. of Pa. MAIL HEXV S. ERSNER. MD., F.A.C.S. Professor of Otology Born July 23, 1890. Russia. Eel.: Temple U. lxflecl. Sola., NLD. 1912. Assoc. Prof. Otol.. Graci. Scii. oi Mecl., U. oi Pa., since 1921: Prof. of Utol., Temple U. Wierl. Sclci., since 1929: Assoc. Otologist, Gracl. Hosp., since 1921: Otologist, Temple U. Hosp., since 1929: Otolaryngologist, Wit. Sinai Hosp., since 1930 fcliiel of Service. Temple U. Hosp. ancl Wit. Sinai Hospjg Consulting Otologist, Slirinervs Hosp. since 1934: Consultant: Jewisli Slieltering Home, since 1924: Down- town 0rpi1an's Home, since 1925: Home lor tlie Agecl, 1925 to clate: Juvenile Aicl Soc.. since 1922. Pres. Temple U. Hosp. Stalll, 1957-58. F.A.C.S, lVlember: Amer. Bcl. of Otolaryngol.: Amer. Acaci. of Upli- tlialnnol. ancl Otolaryngol.: Amer. Otol., Rliinol.. ancl Laryngol. Soc.: Pliila. Laryngol. Soc.: A.lVl.A.: Pa. State Meri. Soc.: Pliila. Co. lVlecl. Soc.: Amer. lxfleci. Autl1or's Assn.: Pan-American lVlecl. Soc.: ist Lt. Nic. during Vvorlcl VVar. Autlior: Numerous articles in various meal. journals. Aciclress: 1915 Spruce St., Plmila. TEMPLE FAY. BS., MD.. F.A.C.S. Professor and Hemel of llie Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery Born 1895, Seattle. Vxfasli. Ed.: U. 0lXNIElSl1., BS. 1917: U. ol Pa., lVl.D. 1921: Res. Phys., U. ol Pa. Hosp.. 1920-23: Res. Pluys. in Neurosurg., 1921-23: Asst. in Neurosurg., U. of Pa., 1925-26: Asst. lnstr. in Neurol. 1924-23: Asst. lnslr. in Surg., U. ol Pa.. 1924-26: lnstr. in Neurol., 1924-27: Assoc. in Neurol., 1927-29: Assoc. in Neurol., U. oi P. Grail. Sell. oi lylecl., 1927-9.9: Asst. Neurologist to U. of Pa. Hosp.. Pliila. Gen. Hosp., Episcopal Hosp., Alaington Hosp., Nlary Drexel Hosp. ior Dis. ot Clmilclren. Sl. Agnes Hosp.: Asst. Neurosurg., U. ol Pa. Hosp.: Consulting Surg., lvlontgomery Hosp., 1957: Neurosurg., Episcopal Hosp., Pliila. Gen. Hosp., Ortli. Hosp. anci .lewislm Hosp.: Prof. Neurosurg., Temple U., since 1929: Prof. anci Heacl. Depts. of Neurol. ancl Neurosurg., since 1956: Aclive Consulting Neurosurg., Scranton Hosp.: Dir. D. fl. Wlccartlw Founcla- tion llor investigation oi lvlalignancy, uncler time lnternatl. Cancer Re- searcli Founclation grant. Merrliaerz flzegentl lnternatl. Coll. of Sur- geons: fFounclerl Harvey Cusliing Soc. lpres. 19'57iS Pan-Amer. lxfleci. Assn. fRegional Dir.Jg lnternatl. League Against Epilepsy lpres. 19373: A.lVI.A.: Amer. Neurol. Assn.: Amer. Psycliiat. Assn.: Plwila. Co. lvleci. Assn.: Pliila. Neurol. Soc.: Pliila. Psyciiiat. Soc.: Assn. for Res. in Nervous ancl lvlental Diseases. F.A.C.S. Recipient oi Gold lxledal Award, Class A, Scientific Exliiloit. A.M.A., 1929. Receivecl Special Awarcl oi lvlerit, 1955. A.lVl,A. Autlior: Numerous publica- tions anci Papers on Cerebral Trauma, Epilepsy, Eclampsia, Delryrlra- gon, Fllulmors oi time Brain ancl Spinal Corel. Ollice: 3701 N. Broafl ct.. Poo. 172 HARRIET L. HARTLEY, MD. Professor of Preventive lvloclicine, Hygiene :mil Pulzlic Health Ed.: VVoman's ivlecl, College ot' Aplmila., Pa., IN-'l.D. 1905. Assoc. Prof. Hygiene, Temple U. lxflecl. Sch., at present Prolessor. lvlemloerz A.tVl.A.: Amer. Acacl. ol Perl. Aclclress: 1455 Spruce St., Phila. XV, EDXVARD CHAMBERLAIN. BA., ND. Professor of Radiology ami Roentgonology Born Aug. 5. 1892. Ann Arluor, ixliclt. Eel: U. ol Calil.. BS. 1913, NLD. 1916. Visit, Roentgenologist. Cliilclrcrfs Hosp. Halma-- mann Hosp., anci St. l'Viary's Hosp., San Francisco. until 1920. Prof. Niecl. in charge ol Racliology. Slantorct U. oi Niecl. Sch.. until IQBO. Prof. Racliulogy, Temple U. Niecl. Sch. since 1930: Cliiel ol Dept. of Racliology. Temple U. Hosp. Chief Contrilnulions are: X-ray Pclvim- etry: Position ot Viscera: Anat. of the Living: X-ray Dosimetry: Heart Physiology: Roentgen Cinematography: Sacroiliac Joint: Applica- tions oi X-ray to teaching ol: Anatomy, Physiology. Pathology: Develop- ment ot Apparatus for Clin. Racliology. Nlemlgerz Amer, ot Racliology tchr. Boarri of Chancellorsl: Co.. State, and Amer. Niecl. Assns.: Amer. Roentgen Ray Soc.: Radiological Soc. ol N. A. thiem. Com. for Standardization of X-ray iVieasurementsl: Amer. Raclium Soc.: Amer. Assn. ut Physics Teachers tclim. Com. on Physics tor Premeclical Stuclentslg Phila. Health Council ancl Tulaerculosis Com. tBcl. ot Dirsj: A.A.A.S.: Assn. tor the Slucly of internal secretions: Cal. Acaci. of Sciences: Cal. Acad. ot Wie-cl.: Alpha Omega Alpha: Alpha Kappa Kappa: Phila. Coll. ot Physicians: Roenlgenologist in Charge at U. S. Naval Hosp., lxfiare islancl, Cal., 1917. Autlior: uwiodern Concepts ot Roentgen Therapy in Cancer," 1935: lwith Chevalier L. Jackson, "The Biplane Fluoroscope as an Aid in Bron- choscopyf' 1956: 'Pitfalls in X-ray Diagnosis," 1936: etc. Res.: 269 XV. Tulpelioclcen St.. Germantown. Phila. ROBERT F. RIDPATH, MD., Sc.D., F.A.C.S. Professor of Laryngology and Rlrinology Born Apr. 3, 1878, Jenkintown, Pa. Ed.: iVieclico-Chirurgical Coll., NLD. 1898: Ursinus Coll., Sc.D. 1934. Chief. Oto-Rhino-Laryngol., Jewish Hosp., Phila., 1901-36: Assoc. Prnt. Rhino-Laryngoi., U. ot Pa. Post Gracl. Sch., 1918-50: Prof. Rhino-Laryngol., Temple U. ivleci. Sch. anal Chief ol Dept., Temple U. Hosp., since 1950: Consultant: Slain ancl Cancer Hosp.. Phila.: St. iVlary's Hosp., Norristown: River- sicle Hosp.: Seasicle Home, Atlantic City, N. J. Consultant, Rhino- Oto-Laryngol., Jewish and Nlontgomery Co. Hosps. anal Shriners Hosp. lor Crippled Children. Niemloer: A.iVl.A. lpast Chm. Sect. on Qtoi., Rliinol. and Laryngoli: Amer. Laryngol. Assn.: Fellow Acacl. ot Qlol., Rhinol., Laryngol.. ancl Ophthalmol.: Fellow Amer. Laryngoi. ancl Otol. Soc.: Pa. Nieci. Soc. tpast Chrn. Sect, on Eye. Ear. anri Nosei: Phila. Laryngol. Soc. tpast Presj: Amer. Bot. of Examiners in Otolaryngol.: Fellow Amer. Coll. oi Physicians: Coll. ot Physicians of Phila.: Capt. NLC. cluring Xvorlci Xfvar: University Clula. Holaloiesz photography ancl Art. Author: Numerous monographs ancl articles on diagnosis ancl treatment ol conditions involving the nose, throat. anal ear. Res.: 280 N. Bowman Ave., Nierion. Ollice: 1757 Chestnut St., Phila. 173 CHARLES LEONARD BROXYN. BA., ND.. F.A.C.P. Professor of ivleciicino and Head of Department of iwerlicine Born Apr. 27, 1899. ixletropolis, ill. Eel.: U. ol: Olilalmma. BS. 1919, NLD. 1921. House Officer in hleclicine, Peter Bent Brigham Hosp., 1922-23: Resiclent Pathologist, Chilclren's Hosp., Boston. Blass.. 1923-24, ancl instructor in Pathology, Harvard U. Nlecl. Sch.. 1923-25: Resident Pathologist. Peter Bent Brigham Hosp., Boston, 1924-25: Resicient Physician tint. Nlecij. Peter Bent Brigham Hosp.. 1925-27. anrl Teaching Fellow in Nlecl.. Harvarci U. Nleci. Sch.. 1925-27: Junior Assoc. in Aleci., Peter Bent Brigham Hosp.. 1927-28, ancl instructor in hlecl., Harvarcl U. hleci. Sch., 1927-28: Physician in Dept. ol lxlecl., University Hosp., Ann Arlyor, Nlicli., 1928-55: Asst. Prof. of lnt, hlecl., U. ol Nlichigan Nlecl. Sch., 1928-29: Assoc. Prof. ol lxlecl., U. ol Nlich. Nlecl. Sch: 1929-35: Heacl ol Dept. of lvlerlicine, Temple U. Hosp.. 1935-, ancl Professor of lxleclicine, Temple U. hlecl. Sch.. 1955-. hlemlner: Fellow. Amer. Coll. ol Physicians: Amer. Soc. ol Clin. investigation: Central Soc. lor Clin. Research: Amer. Assoc. lor the Aclvancement ol Science: A.lVl.A.: Amer. Gastro-Enterol. Assoc.: Amer. Therapeutic Soc.: Penna. State lvlerl. Soc.: Nlass. State lVlecl. Soc. lNon-resiclent memloerl: Physiological Soc. of Phila.: Phila. Co. Dlecl. Soc.: Phila, Coll. oi Physicians: Syclenham lvleciical Coterie: Revision Committee of U. S. pharniaropeia, Xl. J. GARRETI' HICKEY, DDS. ND. Professor of Physiology Born July 10, 1875, Aulvurn, N.Y. Eel.: U.'ol Pa.. D.D.S, 1899: Asst. in Physiology, U. ol Pa. Sch. of Dentistry ancl Veterinary, 1900- 063 instructor ol Physiology, Sch. ol' lvlecl. ol? U. ol Pa.. 1906-19: Prof. ol Physiology, Temple U. Sch. ol lxlecl., since 1921. Nlemlnerz Phila, Co. Medical Soc.: Amer. Assoc. of Professors. Author: Numer- ous papers on a Variety ol Physiological sulniects ancl Experimental Physiology. Gllice: Temple U. Sch. ot Nlecl., Phila., Pa. CHEVALIER JACKSON, NLD., SQD., l.l...D., F.A.C.S. Honorary Professor of Broncho-esophagalogy Born Nov, 4. 1865, Pittsburgh, Pa. .lelilerson lVlecl. Coll.. NLD, 1886: Visitecl European Clinics. 1887: Prol, Laryngology, U. ol Pitts- laurgli, 1912-16: Prof. Laryngology, Jefferson Meri. Coll., 1916-24: Prof. Bronchoscopy ancl Esophagoscopy, 1924-50: Prof. Bronchoscopy anrl Esophagoscopy. Gracl. Sch. oi lxfiezl., U. ol Pa., 1924-30: U. ol' Pa. Sch. of Nlecl., 1926-30: Prof. Clinical Bronchoscopy. Temple U. Sch. ol Nlecl., 1930: Bronchosrtopist: Temple U. Hosp.. Chestnut Hill Hosp.: Pres. NVoman's lxlecl. Coll. of Pa., since IQ'-54. Nlemluer: A.h'i.A.: Phila. Co. hlecl, Soc.: Phila. Coll. of Physicians: Pa. State Nlecl. Assn.: N.Y. Acad. ol lxiecl.: Amer. Laryngol. Assn.: Amer. Bronclm- scopic Soc.: Amer. Laryngol., Rhinol., and Otol. Soc.: Amer. Philosophi- ral Soc. Awarclerl Boi: Prize, 1927, Gold Medal ivy the Radiological Soc. oi N,A.. 1953, and numerous other clecorations and awarcis. Arlclress: Temple U. Hosp., Phila. 174 C. KENNETH MILLER. BID. Drfnionslmtor in Cllrstelrics Born August 22, 1002. hlillvillc. N. .l. Eel.: Crnclualvcl at hlillville l'ligl1 Sclmol IOVO' George qclt Nowtowll Pa' Ll ol lla 1110-2" L , 0 2 . , ., , . .. Y . . 1 7. Temple U. Llecl. Sftr.. ALD.. 10-27, lnternsliip Samaritan Hospital V ol Tvniple U. IQZT-EQ: Special XX orli al Lansing. hlirll., 1010: bln-alia-al Xvorli at Detroit, bliclr., 1030-33: Alvnrlaer Olrslvlric Stall Vl41'lllIJl1' U. Hosp., 1033: Demonstrator in Olxsletrics, Ternplo U. Hosp. anal Ale-cl. Sfll. Bll"lIll7Ql'I ljllllil. LTO. hl1:'Kl. S0111 IJUHIIZI. Slilli? Nll'll. SCF.: Plrila. Olwsletrical anrl Gym-cological Soc.: Pliila, Flo-cliral fwlulmz lblni Bela pi Alenlical Fraternity: Pi Kappa Alpina: Civllill' llroolq Country Clulm: Sliy Top Clulz. Res.: lOlll Street ami Aslilvy twirl. ljlrila. Oil! P Xlx l if -'ce: Xvrst Os' ,ar BIICH-XEL SC'O't"i'. BS.. BID.. 51.51-.. lNr-umsurgeryl rlssl. prof. of Al0111'osr11'gf'ry lfcl.: Rutgers Ll.. 1013: ,lellvrson Nlrrrl. Srlr. 1O'j2.. lnlm.-rnslrip. Bic-clical C1-nlvr. .li-rsey City, Nui.. Ilfjl-333 Resiclent l,l1ysi1rian in Epilepsy. .l, Stale l-losp. lor Epilcptics, 193.1-55: ll-l'llUNY in NCUTtlSIlfgt'ff', Pl4C'lllplC l4l0Sll. Zlllfl Bll'Cl. Sclr., Asst. Ns'-uroslrrgeon, ljlrila. General Hosp.. 1938-: Assoc. in Neuro- surgery, rliernple Ll. Elect. Scli., 1058-39: Degree ol lxlnglrgr of Sgienqjg in N1-urosurgery, Tvriiplc Alvcl. Scll., 1938: Asst. ljrol. ol Neuro- surgery, Temple ixlecl. Scli., 1939-. D'll?IllllFI'I pllila. Co. lxlecl Soc.: A.M.A.: lhlrila. Neurological Soc.: Pliila. ljlrysiological Soc.: lnternat. League Against Epilepsy: Diplomat in Neurology ol Amer. Boarcl ol Neurology anrl Psyclxiatry. 1039: Plli Epsilon Pi: Plii Delta Epsilon lblerlicall. Aullrorz papers on various neurological sulvjecls, l1earl trauma, epilepsy. arsi-nif ancl its cttw-1 or1 tlre central nervous system, ami tliyroirl cliseasr air myelograplry. etc. CHEVALIER L. JACKSON, BA., BID., MSC. Oh-d.J, F.A.C.S. Professor of Bronclro-esoplrugology Born August 19, 1900. Pittslnurgll, Pa. Ed.: U. ol Pa.. A.B. 1012: U. nl Pa. lVlecl. Sell.. NLD. 1926: U. of Pa. Gracl. Sell. ol lxlecl., lNl.Sc. flVlecl.l 1950. internship: Clrestnut Hill Hosp., 1926-27: Gradu- ate study of Laryngology. Grafl. Sclx. ol Nlecl.. U. ol Pa., 1927-28. Prol. of Bronclmo-esoplmgology, Temple U. lxled. Sclm.: Bronclmscopist to Lanlcenau Hosp. and Diary J. Drexel Home: Bronclmscopist to Cllestnut Hill Hosp.: Bronclloscopist to Eagleville Sanatorium ancl Hosp.: Consultant in Bronclioscopy, lwlontgomery Hosp., Norristown. Pa. Fellow: Amer. Acacl. ol Oplltlmalmology anal Otolaryngology: Amer. Laryngological Assoc.: Amer. Broncl1o-Esoplmgoscopy Assoc.: Amer. Assoe. for Tlmracic Surg.: Amer. Coll. of Surg. Wlenrlrer: A.M.A.: Pan-Amer. lxlecl. Assoc.: Coll. ol Pllysicians ol Phila.: Plrila. Laryngological Soc.: lxlemlore Corresponclant cle la Societe nl'Oto-Rl1ino- Laryngologie fle Lyon et de la Region: Nlemlvre Fonolateur cle la Societe de Bronclxo-Oesopllagoscopie cle Langue Francaise: Assoc. cies Lleclecins ole Langue Francaise cle l'Amerique clu Norcl: Dleclical Advisory Board in America of tlue American Hosp. ol Paris. Holylniesz Plmtograplmy and Plmilately. Ollice: 255 S. Iflll St.. Plrila. 1 175 FRANCIS L. ZABOROXVSKI, ND. Instructor in Surgery Born 1900, Slmenancloaln Pa. Ecl.: Temple U. Nied. Scix., NLD 1926. Nlemiber: Baincocli Surgical Soc., Plli Chi Medical Fraternity: Pan-American Nleclical Assoc.: American Tlxerapeulic Soc. Autlwr: Numerous articles in meclical looolcs. Aclclress: 5019 Riclmloncl St. JOHN LANSBURY, BLD. Associate Professor of Medicine Born 1897. Clreclclar, England. Queenvs Fac. of lvlecl. NLD. 1926. U. of Minn., NIS, 1915. Fellow in Med., Mayo Founcla tion, U. of lxlinn., 1930-35. Assoc. Prof. of Wleclicine, Temple U Niecl. Scim.. since 1955. Consulting lntemist, Masonic Home of Pa. since 1956. Assoc. A.C.P. Certified lay Amer. Bel. of int. Med., 1917 in various meclical journals. Aclclress: Temple U. Hosp., Phila. GIACCHINO P. GIAMBALVO, MD., F.A.C,S. Associate Professor of Surgery Bom May 24, 1891, italy. Ecl.: New Yorlc U.: Temple U. Niecl. Sell., NLD. 1921, internship Samaritan Hosp. Clriei Res. Samaritan Hosp. Clin. Asst. in Surgery, Temple U. Nic-rl. Scll., 1923, Demon strator 1925, Lecturer 1929, Associate. Asst. Prof., Assoc. Prof., since 1959. NlcmlJer: A.lVl.A.. F.A.C.S.: Plxila. Co. lxflecl. Soc.: Pa. State Niecl. Assn., Penn A.C.: Pres. Italo-Amer. Symplmony Orclrestraz italian Cultural Soc.: italian Historical Soc. Holoioyz Floricullure ancl Sym- plwony Wlusic. Res.: 818 N. 63rcl St., Phila. 176 Nlerniner oi Pllysiological Soc. oi Pllila. Autlior of numerous articles C. HOXVARD lX"lcDEVlrlq-li, JR., MD. Clinical Assistant in Surgery Born Fell. 22, 1906, Pliilaclelpliia, Pa. Ecl.: Lclmiglz U., B.A. 1920: Tvmple U. Nlocl. Scli., lW.D. 1953. lntcrnsliip: Temple U. Hosp.: Chief Res. Clmstnut Hill Hosp.. 1955. Clin. Asst. in Surgery, Temple lj. lxlccl. Sell.. since 1956. lVlenilJer: A.lVl.A.: pllilil. Co. lxflecl. Soc.: pa. State Nlecl. Assn.: Germantown Criclcel Clulv: University Holnlmyz Sports. Office: 3-500 N. Broarl St.. Phila. GEORCE XIAbON ASU Et ND Associate Professor of Surgery Born Nlarcl1 26. 1882. Pllilaclelpliia, Pa. Erl.: U. of Pa.. lNl.D. 1905. lntemslmip at Episcopal Hospital 1903-05. Associated willx Temple University Hospital since 1910. Asst. Surgeon, Plxilaclelplna General Hospital, since 1932. Nleinloer: Ptxila. Co. lxlecl. Soc.: Pa. Stale lvlecl. Soc.g A.lVl.A.: College of Physicians of Plrila. Office: Overlarooli Arms Apartments, 6'5rcl and Columbia Ave., Phila. XVILLIANI C. PRITCHARD, M.D. Professor of Histology and Embryology Born Nov. 7, 1881. Vvilmington, Del. Tauglit in Vvilmington public schools ISQ8-IQOZ. Ecl.: Jefferson Medical School. MJD. 1906. Demonstrator in Anatomy and Histology, Jefferson Wlecl. Sch., 1906-10: Assoc. in Anatomy and Histology, Jefferson Wlecl. Sch., 1910-173 Assoc. Prof. in Anatomy and Histology, Jefferson Med. Soir., 1917-29: Pro- fessor of Emloryology ancl Histology, Temple U. Nlecl. Sch. since 1929. Nlemtner: Co., State, ancl Amer. lxfleci. Assocs.: West Plrila. lVlecl. Soc.: Nlecl. Cluln of Phila.: Neurological Soc. of Phila.: Pl1i Citi lVlecl. Frat. Holdluiesz Hunting, fisliing, and golfing. Office: Temple U. Nled. Sell., Phila. 177 X Xxg 9 ' ' 4' I '2Nut4l5'S:e 'f-if 'Af -" 'il-... . 1936. Assoc. A.C.P, Niemiaerz Co.. State. anci Amer. Niect. Assns.: Amer. Tiierapeutic Soc.: Assn. for tire Study oi int. secretions: Pa. H 194 I . Heart Assn., etc. Lt. Comnrir. US. Naval Rs. Corps, Special Div. 2251: ' Autiior: ixiiany articles in ixieci. Journals. Res.: Fairton, N. J. Office: wa,...:U, V . . QW ,..., ' ., M. is . E0 IJ 0 If? :s 'D UU E 97 fi? ' ' . 2.51, f. ,,., JO5EPH B, WQLFFE. MD. , 55,21 f ..oc. ro . o arc zo- oscn or iseuses Born Apr. 25. 1896, Xviino, Poianci. Eci.: U. oi Glasgow, IQI4- . 13. rlempie U. Nieci. Soir.. NLD. 1919. Assoc. in Pied. anci in . an ,-s::.:.-:-,ge5.eey- -if- 4. - - is if -f', 5111:-:.:.a1fs:1z::u'r:?X9a ' . . . 5:5 Ciiarge oi Carcirac Clinic, ixit, Sinai Hosp., 1925-53: Asst. Visit. -. X-:P ::.5 -W'+.'1W' iff : f . . . . . . - 2 ' P':YS'C'a"' '923'23- Nt- Sm' Hosp-: Cafcllotoswi- 'temple U- Hosp., since 1925: Ciiiei Carciioiogist to Xviiiow Crest, since 1925. Lectr. 111 Carciwi., 'iempie U. Neel. Sch.. 1925-52. Assoc. Prof. in Meat.. . . s 1. . . : QE QXQZ since 1932: Lpnsuitanlz XX itiiln Fcin. ior Carciiovascuiar Researcii, 1930: Eastern btate Penitentiary, 19-15: ixieci. Dir. Craitworiiers Guiici, 1 ,.,, ....... , ,,,, 5455 'f 5 455 4 -I9 1 ? I 2' at ,wh if xX, . ,. ra..-1 ii: . :1 , 5... sv , 11, fr , :r ' " EDXYIN SARTAIN CAULT, MD. Assoc. Prof. of Putiioiogy mul Bacteriology Born Dec. 23, 1895. Piwiia., Pa. Eel.: Haimemann Medical Coil., NLD. 1920. internsiiip, Haiinemann Hosp., Piliia. Clin. Patil., Sacreci Heart Hosp., Aiientown, Pau 1921-22: St. Agnes Hosp., Piiiia.. 1Q25- 24: Garrettson Hosp.. Piiiia.. 1923-26: Great Heart Hosp.. Piriia., 1925-26. Asst. Patiioiogist. Piiiia. General Hosp., 1928 to date: Parasitoiogist, Temple U. Hosp.. since 1936. Asst. Prof, patiioi., Temple U. Dieci. Scii.. 1932: Assoc. Prof. Patiloi., Tempie U. Med. Sch., since 1936. Fic-miner: Alpina Sigma Nieci. Frat.: Amer. Soc. of Patiioiogists anci Bacterioiogists: Patiioiogicai Soc. of Pi1iia.: Eastern Cirap. of tire Amer. Soc. oi Bacterioiogists: Amer, Soc. ior tire Advance- nient of Science: A.iVi.A.: Ale-ri. Soc. of the State of Penna.: Piriia. Co. ixfieciicai Soc. anci institute oi Homeopathy. Autimr: MEssentiais oi pathology" Qyitii Smitiii. Appleton-Century, 1939: Co-autiwor: Cardiovascular Renal Disease. J. MARSH ALESBURY. MD. Assoc. Professor of Obstetrics Born in Summit. N..I. Eci.: Franiiiin and ixiarsiiaii Acarierny, Lan- caster, Pa.: Jefferson Fieciicai SCil00i1 Temple U. Nieciicai Scimooi. UID. 1922. Assoc. Prof, Qiostetrics, Temple U, Nleci. Sch. anci Hosp.: Ciiiei in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jewisii Hospitai: Asst. Oilstetri- cian anci Gynecoiogist, Piiiia. Cvenerai Hospitai: Asst. Consuiting Obstetrician anci Gynecoiogist, Piiiia. Hosp. for Contagious Diseases. iX"IC?ITli'JCl'I Piiiia. Co. ixieriicai Soc.: Penna. State ixieci. Soc.: A,Ni.A.: Piiiia. Oirstetricai Soc, find V.-Presj: ixiaternai iviurtaiity Committee oi Piiiia. Co. Society, Locige oi F. and A. Niasons. Nu Sigma Nu Fieciicai Fraternity. Biue Key fHon. Fraternityi. Hoioiuies: Footinaii anci ixiotorimoating. ixiarrieci, Two ciaugiiters. Res.: 6522 N. ijtii St.. Piiiia. Oiiice: 14120 XV. Erie Ave.. Piiiia. 178 .IOSEPH C. DOANE, MD.. F.A.t.'.P. Professor of Ciinicui ixivriieinrf Born Nov. 3, 1881. Vi-iogn, pa. Efig ixiiiltlii-iCil.i Ulu., Stole 'iii-nriwr s Coit.. gmci. 1903: Air-fiico-Cimiriirg. Coil., Piiiin.. FLD. 1912: Cin:-i Res. Pilysiciun. Prosiuytcrizm i'iosp,, i9i1iiz1., Pu.. 1912-IS. Asst. Surg. anci Asst. Supl., Pa. State Hosp.. gililtlltliiifl, IQIUI. Ciilit'ii R1-s. Pimysieian. Piuiizi. General Hosp., 191.1-19, Supl. zmci Ne-ii. Dir.. 1920- 2S. Supt. Bur. ot imiosps., Piliiil. Dept. ot P. H., 1920-28. Assoc: Prof, ixieci., Grunt. Suit., U. oi Pu. sinre 1920. ixieii. Dir. .icwisin Hosp., Piuiia., 1928 lu cinte. Clin, Prof. ot Ni-ci.. Tempic U.. 103.1-'37, Prof. Ciin. Fieci., IQST'-. If.A.C.P. Ft-iiow. Pimiia. Coil. oi. Pilysicizmsz Past Pres., Amer. Orrupntionai riiiwrnpy Assn.. 1933-: ixienmiwr: Amer. Hos D. ASSII. Igitil PfC'S.5i ljil. Slate F N I i iic.p. A.,n, fijml Prisj. Ioiltia. CO. hI9ki. SGC.: ljiliiil. IPIOSD. Assn. KFUYIHCI' ijftfiii i:Ol'ltN't' Pi1iia. Bai. oi HL'Eliiil1 Past V.-P. Pimiizi. Co. Prison Bri. Eciitor: it-ornieriy biociern Hosp. Ningnzine. Formerly Assov. Eriilor, Pu. Slate Wie-ri. Jour, Res.: 617 XV. Hortter St. Oiiirv: 160 S. 19ti1 St., ijixiia., Pa. QQ 'Q 3 ' HARRY Z. HIBSHBIAN, BID., F.A.C.S. Professor of Proctoiogy Born .iune 11. 1879. Tremont, Penna. Eci.: Keystone VIQGEICIICTS, Coiicge: ixieciico-Ciuirurgicai Coii., iXi.D. 1908. Asst. in Proctoiogy, Temple U, Nieci. Stix.. 1908: Ciin. Prof. oi prortoiogy, 1912: Professor ot Proctoiogy, Tempie U. ixieci. Sri1.: Asst. pmt. ni proctoiogy. U. oi Pa. Graduate Scil. of Nieci. ixiemizer: A.lVI.A., Pa. State Nieci. Soc.: Piliia. Co. pie-ci. Sur.: Amer. Pmctoiogicai Soc.: Piui Rilo Sigma. Autimorz Numerous nrticies on Prortoiogy. Fraternniist. JAMES NORMAN COGMBS. ND., F,A.C.S. Assoc. Professor of Surgery Born, Siliriey, NJ. ECI.: xx,00CISi0NYl'1 CNJJ Higi1 Sciiooiz ixieciico- Cimirurgicai Coit., BLD., 1916. internship, Temple U. Hosp., 1916-17. Asst. Resicient Pi1y'SiCiHI1, Pi1iia. Hosp. for Contagious Diseases, 1917. Com. 1st Lt. U. S. Army Fleet. Reserve, 1917: Com. Captain, 1918. Clin, Asst. in Surgery, Tempie U. txieci. Scimoi, 1919. Assoc. Prof, Surgery, Tempie U. Nieciiczxi Scim. anci Assoc. Surgeon, Temple U. Hosp. Memiper: Ptnin. Co. hieci. Soc.: Penna. Slate ixqeci. Soc.: A.Ni.A.: Amer. Therapeutic Soc.: Feiiow Amer. Coiiege of Surgeons. Ciuivs: Pinia. Fieci, Ciuil anci Cynwyci Ciuim, Autilor: Articies per- taining lo Generai Surgery anci contriidulor to ivieciicai Progress: HAI1- ciominai Surgeryn in Cyciopeciia ot txteciicine. Hoiaiaiesz Pimtogmpiiy, tennis, iiunling :mct tisiming. Oitice: 1603 Dinmonci St., Pinin. 179 LAXVRENCE XVELD SMITH, AB., MD. Professor and Head of Dept. of Pathology Born June 20, 1895, Newton, Mass. Ed.: Harvard College, A.B. 1916: Harvard U. Med. Sch., lVl.D. 1920. Internship Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Childrens Hosp., and Boston Floating Hosp.: Res. Physician and Pathologist at Boston Float. Hosp., 1921: lnstruc- tor in Path., Harvard Med, Sch., 1921: Prof. of Pathol. and Bacteriol., U. of the Philippines, lvlanila, 1922-25: Asst. Prof. ot Path., Harvard U. lxled. Sch. and Research Director, Boston Floating Hosp. Labs., 1924-25: Physician-in-Chief, Boston Floating Hosp.: Pathologist, Lahey Clinic. Assistant Pathologist, Boston Childrenls and Infants Hosp., and Boston Dispensary, 1925-28: Asst. Prof. of Path., Cornell Med. Coll. and Assoc. Director of N. Y. Hosp. Patholog. Lah., 1928-52: Pathologist at N.Y. Nursery and Childs Hosp. and Willard Parker Contag. Disease Hosp.: Assoc. Prof. of Path., 1953-34: Prof. Pathol. Temple U. Sch. ot Med., since 1935: Pathologist and Director of Labs., Temple U. Hosp., at present. Meniherz Amer. Assoc. of Pathologists and Bacteriologistsg Amer. Soc. tor Experimental Pathology: Amer. Soc. lor Cancer Research: Amer. Soc. Tropical lVled.: Amer. Soc. ol Clin. Pathologists: A.M.A.: Phila. Co. lVled. Soc.: Med. Soc. ot the State ot Penna.: Phila. Pathological Soc., Phila. College of Physicians: lnternat. Assoc. of Medical Museums: Soc. for Exper. Biology and lxfledicineg Phila. Physiological Soc.: Clinical Research Soc. tN.Y.l. Author: Seventy-odd papers on various pathologic and pediatric suloieclsfespecially inlectious diseases and neoplasms. HES- sentials ot Pathology" twith E. S. Gaultl. Appleton-Century. IQ'-SQ: Hcarcliovascular Renal Disease," fwith E. Vveiss. VV. I. Lillie, F. VV. Konzelmann, and E. S. Gaultl. ' ',g:f:e - - . k ., f , - 4::7If2-.-:- ' - -fl. '12-:'.2-'.-fs ' - 'Rss '. f rwrsfw? , , ., ,Es -. ?Yi3C-5PF?i'6?3?5iRY6Y 112 1'f?Z1? GN .Q'1ffPNSS5Ff5l'-,Iiiffh- , .5 ' -51 .4 L - V , . f, 513, -, M ., :Lt5,:Vs:s..:,5,.1, ,a f-'gf ff- M. 1, ,. , .. sw' ' f- - refs 7 . H., ,.,.. , ..,. ...s. .te 1... .... - ,en wt.-2-., 2- ,ew-,-z:,..:f. x --fi -ff. mea . ,-180 40 41:75 7 . ,K 515555, , f 1 , g rx Y M. . ...., V, - V .,-.. - -- ' 1 'ff?N5f,:'.J2,', k VVILLIATNT A. SVVALM. NLD., F.A.C.P. Assoc. Professor of Medicine Born April 25. 1888, Phila. Son of Charles O. and Caroline toehrlel Swalm. U. of Pa., M.D. 1911: Res., Germantown Hosp., 1911-12, Phila.: Polyclinic Coll. of Graduates in Med., 1912-13: Phila. Hosp. for Contagious Diseases, IQIE. Asst. Resident Physician, Phila. Hosp. for Contagious Diseases, 1913: First Asst. Resident Physi- cian. 1915-14: Asst. Surgical Clinic, Jewish Hosp., 1914-18: Chief in Ohst. and Gynecol. Clinic, O.P.D., Germantown Hosp., 1914-18: Asst. in Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, 1914-16, St. Joseph Hosp.: Asst. in G-U Clinic, Phila. Polyclinic, 1916-19: Asst. in Gastro-Enterol Clinic, Jefferson Hosp., 1921-51: Asst. and Assoc. with Dr. B. B. Vincent Lyon in Lyon Private Hosp., 1925-28: Chief of Gastro-Enterol. Clinic, Temple U. since 1921: Assoc. Prof. of lVled. since 1929. Temple U. Nled. Sch.: F.A.C.P. Member: Phila. Co. Med. Soc.: A.M.A.: Amer. Gastroenlerological Assn.: Amer. Assn. for History of Nled.: Pan-Amer. Med. Assn.: Med. Soc. of Pa.: Phila. Clin. Assn.: North- end lvled. Assn. fpres. 19255: Northern Med. Assn.: Acad. of Physical lVled.: fm Soc. of Advancement ot Gastroenterology: Societas Inter- nationalis Gastro-Enterologiae. Clubs: Phila. Med.: Physicians Motor: Camp and Trail: Sandy Run Country. Author: Student Compend on Practical Course in Clin. Gastroenterology with a Discussion of the important Principles and Special Nlethods in Diagnosis: Contriloutor to Cyclopedia. Res.: 4901 N. ljlll St., Phila. Hohlaies: Art and Outdoor recreation. ISADOR FORMAN, MD. Instructor in Gynecology Born Sept. 26. 1902. Ed.: U. ot Pa., 1920-22: Temple U. Mecl Sch, TVTD. 1 26 lnlernslii Samaritan Hos . ol: Tern le U Med. . . 9 . p. . 1 p . p , Sch., 1926-27: lnslructor in Neurology and Psychiatry, Temple U. Med Sch., 1927-28: instructor in Gynecology, Temple U. Med. School, 1928' Assoc. in Qhstetrics and Gynecology. Phila. General Hosp.. 19'55-' Consulting Gynccologist, Skin and Cancer Hosp., 1950-, Member: Phila, Qlostetriral Society: Phila. Co. Nled. Society: Fellow Amer. Nled. Assn. Holuloyc Tennis. Office: 2118 Pine St., Phila, 180 THOMAS M. DURANT, BS., MD. Assoc. Professor of Merlicirre Born in 1905, Evanston. lll. Ecl.: U. ol lvlicli. Wlecl. Sell., lVl.D. 1930. Nlarrieol .lean DeVries, June 25. 1929. lnlerne, U, Hosp.. Ann Arloor. Nliclr.. 1930-31: Asst. Resident. lnt. Nlecl., 1951-32. lnslr. lnt. lvlecl., U. ol' lxflicll. lvlerl. Sclr., 1932-55: Assoc. Physician, Desert Sanalorium anrl lnsl. for Research. Tucson, Ariz., 1955-56: Assoc. prol. internal Med.. Temple U. Sclr. ol Nlecl.. since IQQS6. F.A.tN't.A.: F.A.C.P. lvlemtmers Pa. Slate lvlecl. Soc. Aolclress: Temple U. Hosp.. Plmila. Autlnor: Uclmromallin Celt Tumor Causing Paroxys- mal Hypertension. Relievecl lay Operation," Arclx. Surg., .lune 1954: Hlnitial Ventricular Dellection ol tlne Electrocarcliogram in Coronary Disease," Am. J. lVlecl. Sc.. Aug. 193.11 A'Tlre Occurrence of Coronary Air EmlJolisrn in Artilicial pneumothorax." Ann. lnt. Wlecl., .lune 1935: UTl1e Occurrence ol Coronary Tlrroml'Josis in Young lnclivicluals." Ann. int. Med., Jan, 1937: "Transient Bundle Branclr Block and Otlxer Electrocarcliograplric Clranges in Pulmonary Emlbolisrnfl Arn. Heart J., April 1959: -.Tll6 Heart in Pulmonary Disease," Clrapler in UDiagnosis ancl Treatment ol- Carolio-Vascular Disease," eclited lay Dr. Xvilliarn D. Stroucl: HRoentgenology in tllc Diagnosis ol Heart Disease: The Value ol Esopllageal Visualization." ln press, International Clinics. BARTON R. YOUNG, lVl.D. Asst. Professor of Radiology Born Aug. 23. IQOS, Spring City. Pa. Son ol Jol1n B. anfl Eva A. lRogersl Young. Eel.: Temple U. Coll. of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Temple U. lVIecl. Scll.. tY'l.D., 1929. Com. as Lt. ljgl, NTC., U.S.N. lnternsllip Naval Hosp.. Plula. 1929-50. Nlarriecl lvlary E. Aslllay. 1950. Clin. Asst. in Racliology, Temple U. lvlecl. Sch., 1930-31: Instr. Radiology. 1931-35: Demonstrator in Radiology, 1933-36: Prof. Roentgenology, Temple U. Sch. of Clmiropocly, 1934-: Asst. Prof. Radiology, Sclm. ot Med., Temple U.. 1936-59: Assoc. Prof. Radiology, 1959-: Degree TVI.Sc. lRacliologyl, lg-SQ. Temple U. Member: Phila. Co. Nleclical Soc.: Penna. State Nlecl. Soc.: Fellow A.lVl.A.: Plrila. Roentgen Ray Soc. lSecy.l since 1956: Amer. Roentgen-Ray Soc. Auttlor: Numerous articles in meclical journals: Chapter in Nelson Loose' Leaf Roentgenology, HRoentgen-Ray Examination ol: tlme Soft Tissues of TTIB Neck," Holvluies: Golf ancl Plrotograptiy. One child, Barton R. Young, Jr., aged 6. REUBEN FRIEDMAN, NTD. Asst. Prof, of Dermatology anal Syplrilology Born Decemller 14, 1892. Pllilaflelplmia, Pa. Ed.: Temple U. tvlecl. Sell., NTD. 1916. Asst. Prof. ol Dermatology ancl Syplmilology. Temple U. Nlecl. School. Wlemloer: Phila. Dermatolog. Soc.: Amer. Acaclemy ol Dermatol. and Syplnlology: Soc. lor investigative Der- matology: Amer. Boarcl of Dermatology and Syplulology lDiplomatel: Societa Italiana cli Dermatologia e Silologralia lsocio Corresponclentei: Amer. Assoc. ol: tlwe History of Wlerlicine. Holalnicsc History ol Medi- cine: History ol Dermat0l0gY: History of Scaloies: Pliotograplw. 181 ALFRED E. LIVINGSTON. MS.. Pl1.D. Professor of Pharmacology Born Dec. 6, 1885, Frost, Ohio. Ed.: Qhio Univ., BS., 1910: NIS., 1911: Cornell Univ. Nicol. Sch., PHD. IQI4. instr. in Biology, Ohio Univ., 1909-11:. instructor in Physiology, Cornell lvieci. Sch., 1911-14: Pharmacoiogist, US. Fooci anci Drug Acimn., Nvashington. D.C., 1914-16: Assoc. Physioiogist, Univ. of illinois ixieci. Sch., 1916- 18: Pharmacoiogist, US. Putniic Health Service fpast Asst. Surgeont. Vvashington, 1918-21: Asst. Prot. ot Pharmacology. U. ot Pa. ixfieci. Sch., 1921-29: Prot. ot Pharmacology, Temple U. hieci. Sch., since 1929. ixfiemherz Amer. Soc. lor Pharmacology anci Experimental Therapeutics: Amer. Physiological Soc.: Physiological Soc. ot Phila.: Phi Beta Kappa: Sigma Xi: Amer. Men ot Science: hiethociist Church. Author: Numerous original articles on: internal secretions, Niorptiine, Digitaiis, Local Anesthetics, Laiuoratory Equipment, Depressor Drugs. Anthehnentics, Biooci Flow Nietitocis, Furturyi Ammonium Compouncts. Hohivies: Gott, Photography. Aciciress: Temple U. Sch. ot Niect., Phila. JOHN A. KOLMER. MS., MD., Dr. PH., DSC., LLD., LHD., l'.A.C.P. Prof, of itieclicine in Charge of Bacteriology and innnunoiogy Born April 24, 1886, Lonacoming, Nici. Son ot Leonarci anci Selma ttleicheitl Koimer. Eat.: U. ot Pa., NLD. 1908, Dr. PH. 1914: Villa- nova Coll., NSC. 1917: Sc.D. 1926, LLD. IQZS and LaSalle 1054: i-.t'i,D. 1954 ist. .iosephis Coitt. ixtarrieci Bessie C. Herron. Sept. 8. 1912. Pathologist, Phila. Hosp. ot Contagious Diseases. 1910-15. Asst. Bacteriologist, Bur. ot Health, 1910-12. instr. Pathol., U. ot Pa., 1012-15, Asst. Prot., 1915-17. Prof. Pathol. anci Bacteriol.. Phila. Poiyciinic anct Coil.. 1912-19, Prot. ot Pathol, anti Bacteriol.. U. ot Pa. Graft. Sch. ot hierl., IQIQ-32. Prot. immunoi. ancl Chemotherapy, Temple U.. IQj0-52. Prof. Meri., since 1952. Dir. Research tnst. Cutaneous his-ci., since 1954. Consulting Pathologist, St. Vincent's, St. .ioseph's, St. Agnes anal ixiemoriai Hosps. ix"I6l't1i3Cl'Z Phila. Co. lxiecl, Soc.: Uri A.hi.A.: firl Coil. ot Physicians ot Phila.: Amer. Assn. immunoiogists: Amer. Soc. Clin. pathologists. Author ot intection, immunity anci Biologic Therapy: Chemotherapy anci Treatment ot Syphilis: Approve-rl Lahoratory Technic: Serum Diagnosis anci 480 papers on research xvoric. Res.: 1 Niontgoniery Ave., Bala-Cynwyci. Oltice: 2101 Pine Sl., phiia. HUGO ROESLER, MD. Associate Professor of Rczciioiogy Gractuateci 1925, Nieciicai School, University ot Vienna, Austria: Travelling Rociceteiier Research Fellow 1929-50: Department of Ranti- oiogy. Temple U. ixieci. School and Hosp.. 1951: Assoc. Professor oi Raciioiogy and Carciioiogist in the Department ot ixieciicine. iviemherz Fellow. American Coit. ot Physicians: Amer. Heart Assoc. Hohifmies: Scientific investigation anci history ot meciicine. Oiiice: 5.101 N. Broad St., Phila. 182 XVILLIAM A. STEEL. BS.. MD.. F.A.C.S. Professor of Principles of Surgery Born Oct. 12. 1874. Camcien, Nui. Ed.: U. of Pa., BS. 1895: NLD. 1S99, internship. St. Agnes Hosp. anci Episcopal Hosp., 1890- IQOI. Temple U. hleci. Sch., since IQOB as instr. in Surgery, Clin. Prof. ol Geniin-Urinary Surgery, Clinical Prnlw. ol Surg., now Prof. ol Principles ol' Surgery. Fiemlaer: Amer. Coll. of Surgeons lChartcr hiemherl: Amer. Boarcl of Surgery lCharter ixirrniherlz Amer. Soc, ol Anesthesiology ll'ion. Fellowi: Phila. Co. hlecl. Soc.: Pa. Slate Nieci. Assn.: A,M.A.: Bahcoclc Surgical Soc. Ollice: 3500 Phila. SAMUEL GOLDBERG, MD., F.A.C.P. ' Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Born June 12, 1889, New York, N.Y. Nieciico-Chirurgical Coil., N. Broarl SI., XVILBUR EMORY BLTRNE'Vl', BA.. BID.. F.A.C.S. Assoc. Prof. of Surgery Born Fein. 20. ISGS. Sparlanlburg. So. Carolina. Ecl.: Xvollorcl Coi- lege. Sparlanluurg. SC., AB. 1918: .lellerson lxierl. Sch., NLD. 1925. lnternc Jefferson Hosp., Phila., 2If2 years: Postgraci. worli in Vienna. Paris. Lonrlon. ancl Eclinhurgh, 6 mo.: Asst. Chief Surg., Florida East Coast RR.. 1927-2Q: Chief Surg., Florida East Coast RR., 1929- 50: Lectr. in Surg.. Temple U. Fieci. Sch.. 1950-55: Assoc. in Surg.. Temple U. Meri. Sch., 1955-55: Asst. Prol. ol Surg., Temple U. lxiecl. Sch., 1955-57: Assoc. Prof. ol Surg.. Temple U. ixiecl. Sch., 1957 to clale: Assoc. Surgeon, Temple U. Hosp., since 1950: Assoc. Surg.. Phila. Gen, Hosp.. since 1952. Niemher: Co., State, ancl Amer, Niecl. Assns.: Amer, Therapeutics Soc: Amer. Coll. of Surgeons: Assoc. ixieniiner Amer. Assoc. for Thoracic Surgery: Phila. Acacl. oi Surgery. Author: Various Contriluutions lo the Cyciopeclia oi' Nieciicine on General Ahclominal ancl Thoracic Surgery, 1952-50: Numerous monographs on Aizvrlominal and Thoracic Surgery in Dieciical Journals. Res.: 5.15 Lianclrillo Rui., Cynwycl, Pa. Oil-ice: 'j4OI N. Broacl St., Phila. NLD. 1912, Sr. Attenci. pediatrician, Jewish Hosp., since 1929: Assoc. in Pecliatrics, Temple U. Hosp., 1924-26: Assoc. Prof., 1926-29: Clin. Prof., Temple U. iViecl. Sch., since 1929: Visiting Pecliatrician, Vvillow Crest Convalescent Home, since 1929: Consulting Peciiatrician, River- view Hosp., Norristown, Pa.. since 1954. Niemiaer: Bri. of Dirs., Pecii- atric Soc., since 1952: Phila. Nilic Coinn., since 1952: A.M.A,g Pa. Slate Med. Soc.: Amer. Acacl. of Pecliatrics, F.A.C.P. Author: Numerous articles on Perl., in various mecl. jours. Aciciress: 4546 N. Broacl St., Phila. 183 Tloirougli tlie interest ancl financial support ol ll'1e the SKULL of 1Q4O lfias lneen macle possilule. Frederiek A. Fiske C. Kenneth Nliller Robert F. Ridpath Allred E. Livingston XfVilliam N. Parkinson James Kay William A. Steel Frank C. Hammond W. Edward Chamberlain lsadore Forman John P. Emieh Edward Weiss William A. Swalm Harry E. Baeon Louis Cohen G. Mason Astley Thomas Klein John F. Huber Charles L. Brown Sherman F. Gilpin J. Norman Coombs Glen G. Gibson Walter l. Lillie Joseph C. Doane Samuel Golcllaerg W. Emory Burnett Carroll S. Wright G. Spurgeon English Jesse O. Arnold 184 following faculty memloers Edwin B. Lewinn T. F. lVlcNair-Scott Barton R. Young Chevalier L. Jaekson W. Wayne Babeoek Maur-ioe S. Jaoobs Harry A. Duncan Royden Astley Harry Z. Hibshman John A. Kolmer J. Marsh Alesloury William C. Pritohard Matthew S. Ersner Giaeehino P. Giambalvo John Lansbury Pascal F. Lueehesi F. L. Zaborowski Frank W. Konaelmann Harriet L. Hartley Temple Fay Charles S. Miller Edwin S. Gault Lawrence W. Smith Oscar T. Wood John R. lVloore Charles Q. DeLuCa Victor Robinson J. N. Grossman J. O. Bower SKULL STA L. D. STUART TOM HARRIS Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor 456496. - . X I-IARRY J. DAVIS Advertising Manager ROBERT E, NVELLS I-IERIVIAN MILLER KENNETH CHRISTENBERRY Circulation Manager Features Editor awe 4 7 -v m.-: -itz-.-r ji.-H ., Q, "f '..,-f,g.L:- ,J--V1 ' . . . 4 ,'.,. -. ..,, . -.ff ' - 'L H ' -552.1 1 "" , 221 ,rv . "QCf'!gj.v. - , : -Q -.-. ,.-:" -f-3' V ..'iJ1. f:'S6.'f"' . uw. - .af it A ,,,, ..:.1,,, ,,3. f A f je- 4 Y K ff 4 , 2 3 .. . , , fi , . , ,,,,,., X I GEORGE R. LIAI IHENVS F. XV. SAUL Assistant Circulation Manager Assistant Advertising Manager ,, .Qs PIIOIOQFOIJIIY Editor . ,-., Q45 : -H---.QQ2j3f17'i'?' 5.72"-5-J if ' fz.'f-V2--'fg H I -'-' '?eQ1 .Q 1 '. Q, I cgi, , 1' I wfsw- , -4 'w a' - ,.. s wr , M - W "" IE .. 5' ' .:.-::,:1...., . f ' V- ,.ffw' f.a.:. 1,- -. ,.A. ., W Z 'ff . rss. V 'x:5QFI:I':v:Z - , . 1- J? 1 ': I - I 1 ,-.gr f 1 f' , :-..':-.,4.g:ef,. ,f 1' .Q .. ,.. WU 'Wir' 1, I -, -z'1 -, -it.. V , A. T. JOHNSON Art Editor Everyloocly takes a feel. Intimacy between clissecter and clissecfee. The First venipuncture-will I or won't 1? The trip to dead end. Pathologic Consultation Dr. Arnold, lacing un 0lDSf0lI'iC'fZl1l, C-IICVIQS on the time. Xvonclc-ring il' llmc Chief will like ll1is lwisiory. XXVEIVIIPI' and Xviglclnl cnlcfl il bit of full sun- Sllfllfx. L f Sf L 4, i, M Lg,.- ,I 21 V .V 3' We '24 'I' The first step in a delivery is to get there ? S 4, -Z f 4, 24 'R -Q " , UI think I feel a pneumonia here." Linn and Harlbolcl luke their turn. M H? Bob Kline is not the only one who has puzzled over a phar- macology problem. Four men but only one girl. Dr. Steel demonstrates spinal tap technique. 189 Hershey Checks up on a Frieclriclivs ataxia. Dr. Hamilton in the Chemistry lab. A quick shine for Dr. Oppenheimer. All inside O. B. service isn't as easy as this. Rulers of time first year, Sayior, Roxloy and Hickey. Relaxation after lunch. .A SCIHOI' Cilli S07 r N N Ll c 1110 anytlmiug. Faculty lnennlu-lx c on l une mer un ucue sions in time lmosplta DT. l5E1I7COL'l CIEXSSSS. Reclressing teclm Drs. English Catatonic. Two of the opinions. X m om-xo tvoseegmtocom S-5? "Two-gunu Cooper never misses at this range Dr. Babcock gets ready to ask questions. Dr. Gauit supervises Hseeing wnyf, AW . f f " P es 9 - f, f-sf .0 s J, i-X 'f S: 'Q 1'2" ' -AMX-4 :61 fig D N2 , I - ll F Nw If E 1 X XX E j A, ' WAQBN NEALANINE5 , i M Q X Lcmow T ' u 5 Gu 6. , A U . E - S f if ti, , - A get This lUCthOC1 is much better than the usual applicator-, 192 Nloore doesnt have much hair, Vvarner cleans up an accident. so he keeps his hat on. The endless enthusiasm of Dr. Auscultation at Episcopal. Scott is time envy of his stu- clents. A pre-class session at time Dr. Burnett demonstrates at Getting set forametrazolcon doors. P. G. H. vulsiorf. 193 DR. CURE John Royal ixfloore was horn December 25, ISQQ, at Elko, Nevada, the son of Mr. T. N. iVioore, Sheriff of Elko and U. S. Deputy hfiar- shaii. The family moved to Sagerton, Texas, when John was four years of age. He lived in this little Texas village on the endless, dusty plains where his mother taught school and ran a crossroads inn, until he attained the age of sophomore year on in order to meet the ex- penses of college. John R. Moore,s life story is a succession of obstacles which at the time seemed most in- surmountable, hut which were overcome in every instance by dogged determination and effort. Typical of such an ohstacie was that faced hy him when he applied for entrance to the University of California School of Niedicine. His application for admission was refused he- cause of his scholastic standing. He appealed to the Dean who finally promised him admis- sion provided he could raise his average up to the top brackets in his final yearys Work. This he succeeded in doing and was enrolled in the 1 12. His family then moved to Oregon where R he attended high school for four years. Gradu- ating from there in 1Ql7, he then pursued 1 year's study at Vviiiiamette Universityf in Saiem, Qregon. Commencing with his sophomore year in high school, youngnriohn Wioore earned enough to support himself in school and pay for his University Work hy Working with surveying crews during the summer. In 1918, he left Oregon and Went to San Francisco to join the army, hut was at first turned down hecause he was underweight. Nevertheless, he persisted, and was finally enrolled in the Chemical Corps where he remained until the signing of the armistice six weeks later. Chemical engineer- ing attracted him, hut hecause the course re- quired the study of differential caicuius, he de- cided to enroll instead in a pre-medical course at the Ul1iV6l'SitY of California. There he studied hy day and worked at night from his . ,Vw 1' 'N ' QSNFWWN medical school from where he received his M. D. in 1925. Looking into the future, Dr. Wloore decided to heed the advice of one of the surveying crew memhers he had worked with hack in his high school days who said, HBe a hone doctorf, The story of Dr. iVtoore's actual entrance into the specialty of orthopedics is interesting. While an intern he attracted the attention of his ortho- pedic chief hy his thorough and careful prepara- tion of patients for operation--this doctor regu- larly rejected patients who had the slightest tauit in preparation. On one occasion Dr. htoore was removing a cast with cast cutters. he turned to his chief and remarked that he was afraid he was going to hreait the cutters. He was urged to proceed since the cutters were very heavy intern cutters and their hreaicage was impossihle. Dr. hfioore had heen Wrestling for four years, and when he hrought his hest to hear on the cutters to get through a thiclc por- tion oi the cast, they snapped. The surprised chief then made the statement, "You are going to he my next orthopedic resident." After finishing his residency, Dr. Nloore de- cided to heed a growing desire to visit every orthopedic clinic in the world in order to learn their history and later Write a hooic on ortho- pedic surgery as found in all countries. He shipped on the S, S. Niongoiia out of San Francisco for New York as a wiper in July of 1927. From New York he hitch-hiked to Atlanta to start in Dr. Hoke's clinic. As. a result of an interesting experience in this clinic, Dr. Moore started on the road that eventually brought him to Philadelphia and Temple. Dr. Hoke asked him one day during his visit at the clinic if he wouldnt like to study a case of a draining sinus in a young girI's leg which was suspected to he osteomyeiitis and which had resisted treatment. Due to persistent efforts and the use of opaque mediums and the X-ray, Dr. Moore traced the sinus into the abdomen and to a suppurating appendix. His work won the admiration of Dr. Hoke and he was given a residency in the clinic. A short time before the conclusion of his residency, Dr. Nloore was greatly surprised one day when Dr. Hoke asked him if he would like to have the Chief Surgeon appointment at Shrinefs Hospital, Philadelphia. There foi- iowed a period when he was torn hetween two strong desires, one to go to Philadelphia, and the other to carry out his amhition to visit all of the orthopedic clinics he could. He was al- lowed time to think the offer over which he did for four months while visiting outstanding clinics of the United States and Canada. On his arrival at Melnphis, Tennessee, to visit the clinic of Dr. Willis Campbell, he received a telegram to report to Philadelphia in Qtcoioer. Dr. Moore arrived in Philadelphia September . L M . -'75, .4 4..- .... H'-' ' ' . -. ,of 259- 27, 1928, and toolc charge ol Sl1l'iHGt"S Hospital Cctoloer 1, 1928. The future Professor ot Qrthopedics ol Temple lirst laecame interested in Temple Uni- versity lviedical School through seeing Temple students on ward rounds at the SllI'iI1Clf'S Hos- pital in 1929. During 1950 Dr. lxfloore was associated with the Orthopedic Department ol the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School ot lxledicine, Orthopedic Surgeon to Philadelphia General Hospital, and Chief Surgeon at the Shrinervs Hospital lor Crippled Children. Qn a cold winter night in 1951 while sitting the telephone where he was startled hy a voice saying, ulflello, Professor, you have just heen appointed Professor of Grthopedic Surgery at Temple." The voice was that ol Dr. Chamber- lain, Professor ot Radiology. Through the lqindness and interested cooperation. of Mr. VV. Freeland Kendriclc, who originated the Shrine Hospital groups as lrnperial Potentate, Dr. lVloore was allowed to retain the post ot Chief Surgeon ol Shrinefs Hospital and also accept the post ol Professor ol' Orthopedics at Temple University lxfledical School. around a tire with the residents and interns at Shrineris Hospital, Dr. lxfloore was called to Dr. lVloore is not only an outstanding mem her of Philadelphia medical circles, hut also is a prominent national tigure in the field of orthopeclics. He is a memloer ot the Philadel- phia County lxfledical Society, Pennsylvania State Medical Society, American Medical As- sociation, Philadelphia College of Physicians, Philadelphia Academy of Surgery, Philadel- phia Pediatric Society, Medical Cluh of Phila- delphia, American Orthopedic Association, Academy ot Orthopedic Surgery, Diplomate ol' the American Board of Qrthopedic Surgery, Member ot Forum Orthopedic Cluh, Fellow American College of Surgeons, Philadelphia Orthopedic Society, Scottish Rite, Lulu Temple Shrine, Philadelphia Aviation Country Cluh, Sportsman Pilot Association, National Avia- tion Association tprivate pilot's licensei, the Penn Athletic Cluh, and Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. X .SSL 2? The intent look means that the crucial moment is here. Dr. Livingston is always ready to help out. Editor Stuart tells the boys about this year,s "Skull," The thing to do is to blacken them without scorching them. A quiet corner in the Iilnrary. The Weather was too nice to wait class insicle Dr. Roxlay points out a few landmarks. Consultation to decide Whether or not the test is positive. Part ot every tattlerts ctuty. Spring in Phitaotetptmia is hard on the seniors. Dr. Astley evidently tias heard At work in the ctmem tab. Ttie dictator regains his Welt this one before. groomed appearance. 2 D U These boys are ready lo pounce upon any Carrying our samples inacic from Sharp and unwary patient. Doiimca Clare and Fissei try one more Tiiat mowed ioolc mc-ans Pilar- .lilllll and Hariyoicl cilecic up approach. macoiosjy quiz section. lo see wimo plays Wino. nf -..xv i L,f'x.lg3iv.ff' V 'Z' NEW FRONTIERS IN MEDICINE By MORRIS FISHBEIN, ND. Editor, fournai American Iweciicai Association and Hygeia, the HeaItI1 IVIagazine The story ol medicine is a series of epoclis, marlccd lay the individual discoveries of great scientists who gave to their times a trend in investigation. Vesalius. father ol anatomy: VN7illiam Harvey who discovered the circuiation of the Iblood and opened the new Iielcl ol physiology: Jenner, who did worlc on smalipox and thus developed the road which led to our modern lcnowledge of immunology, are conspicuous examples. Ixledicine lcnows no single master, however, in any of its Fields. Today the great researches which lead in puhlic interest are those concerned with the glands, with the vitamins, and with the new chemotherapy which gave us sulfanilamicle, sullapyridine and suIlathiazoI. The epoch of modern scientific chemotherapy was opened lay Paul El1rIich whose lile has Ibeen characterized in a recent motion picture which emphasizes the magic I3uIIets of modern medicine against disease. In lQ35 one might have thought that progress in the development of new extraordinary chemicals lor the treatment ot disease had lbeen haited, yet today the resuits achieved with the new derivatives ol sullianilamide are so striI4i,ng as to afford a tremendous inspiration to every investigator in this field. It may trliiy he said that a new lvrontier has Iaeen opened and that the lay-paths from this discovery may yield results lar Ioeyoncl anything ever anticipated when Domaglc lirst announced his hopes lor his new preparation. In 1Q5O much was laeing said aloout the viruses lout IittIe did anyone anticipate that the first trembling steps Ineyond this new Irontier ol: medicaI Imovviedge wouid yieId the activities and developments that are loeliore us today. During the past year several worid-wide and nation-wide conferences on the relationships ol viruses to disease have indicated that we are just Ioarely at the threshold of a new field of inlormation which wiII eventuaIIy he thoroughiy expiored and yield vast loenetit 203 to manicind in the discovery of new causes and new methods of prevention for innumerainie diseases. Vvhiie these marveious steps are heing taicen, it is Weil to remember that reports of the Bureau of Census indicate that nine deadiy conditions are stiii responsihie for seventy-two per cent of deaths. These inciuded diseases of the heart, cancer, influenza and pneumonia, diseases of the icidney, hrain hemorrhage, tuberculosis, malformations and congenitai defects at birth, motor accidents, and diabetes. A consideration of these nine causes indicates at once what vast oppor- tunity stiii exists for the young man who wishes to maice a contribution to icnowi- edge concerning any one of them: For the diseases of the heart we need information concerning rheumatic fever, its cause and method of prevention, perhaps some hetter method of controi. For iniiuenza we need definite information concerning its cause, its method of spreading and its epidemiology. Fortunately the new methods oi treatment have hrought ahout at ieast a twenty per cent reduction in the death rate from pneumonia. For cancer we need to icnow a specific cause, a specific method of prevention, and possihiy far more ahout methods of controi than is involved in our use oi radium, x-ray and surgery. The diseases of the icidney are stiii a vastiy unexpiored ilieid, yet the newer woric which reiates the icidney to hypertension may at the same time soive proioiems reiating to the icidney and to hrain hemorrhage. Death rates from tuhercuiosis have heen lowered from as much as 200 per 100,000 to 40 or 50, yet we have no specific method of inoculation against this disease. The prohiems of prematurity and of maiiormations and congenital defects associated with chiidhirth hring despair and sorrovv to many thousands. Con- ceivahiy new icnowiedge of the relationship of vitamin K to coagulation of the iaiood may help to answer some of the prohiems of hemorrhage at hirth. The motor accidents are a contrihution of modern civilization to mortality, and it is sad to reiiect that so tar as concerns the 58,000 deaths which occur each year from these causes social controi has not yet provided an answer. While insulin has offered new years of iiie to more than a miiiion persons with diahetes in our population, the death rate from the diseases increases hecause 204 more people live longer and develop diabetes. Is the answer to that disease wholly a eugenic one or is there a possibility that research may yet show specific causes which are controllable. Thus among the most common of all cliseases there exists still great oppor- tunities for every young physician who wants to contribute to the advancement of medical science. 205 CAREER PQSSIBILITIES IN THE U. S. PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER' The United States Puhlic Health Service is the only Federal agency wherein all the functions are concerned with medicine and directly allied sciences. The various activities of the agency are coordinated under the administration oi doctors of medicine, memlaers ol the commissioned medical corps of the Public Health Service. The responsihilities ol the Service, imposed upon it in a series of acts oi Congress since IYQS, demand the functioning oi three major divisions of medical science: clinical medicine, research, and pulolic health practice. As in private organizations, these functions require not only the services ol: medical men, lout also the services of many non-medical experts-fthe puhlic health engineer, the chemist, physicist, psychologist, entomologist, statistician, hiologist, and so on. Nexfertheless, the many professions represented in the Service function solely to prevent, control, and treat disease and to advance the pulalic health. Thus, the professional life of the Puhlic Health Service is varied to a degree seldom realized hy the puhlic. Clinical lweclicine in the Service in the 28 hospitals operated hy the Pulolic Health Service, more than hall a million patients are treated annually for diseases and conditions requiring the knowledge and slcills of every lcnovvn specialty in medicine. In addition, some 20,000 inmates ol Federal prisons and reiormatories receive medical and psychiatric care from physicians of the Service. The total hed capacity of Service-operated hospitals is approximately 8.ooo. Twenty-six oi the hospitals are designated as lxfiarine Hospitals, since they have been estahlished at ports ol the United States in connection with a system initiated hy the Federal Government in 1798 lor the medical and hospital care ol American merchant marine seamen. The other two hospitals are operated for the treatment and rehabilitation oi Federal prisoners who are drug-addicts. Twenty-four oi the lVlarine Hospitals are operated as general hospitals, serving a potential patient-population which, in 1939, totalled Well over four and a half millions. Persons eligihle lor medical and hospital care from the Pulolic Health Service are seamen of the American merchant marine and Federal employees of certain special classifications, including the personnel of the U. S. Coast Guard, the Coast and Geodetic Survey, the Lighthouse Service, heneticiaries of the Federal Employees Compensation Commission, officers of the Pulolic Health Service and whole-time field employees of the Service. Qne oi the lVlarine Hos- pitals, the National Leprosarium at Carville, La., is maintained lor the treatment ol lepers lor whom local care is not availahle. Another hospital at Fort Stanton, N. lVl., is a model tuherculosis sanatoriurn to which heneticiaries of the Puhlic Health Service may he sent for prolonged treatment. The typical lvlarine Hospital operates three principal services: the surgical service, the medical service, and the venereal disease service. The majority of these hospitals maintain out-patient departments. ln every hospital, the diagnostic :F Prepared hy direction ol the Surgeon General Parrin oi the Puhlic Health Service 206' and patimoiogic iaboratories, time X-ray department, dental ciinic, pimysio-timerapy departnment, and time eye, ear, mmose and timroat clinic matte avaiiabie to time clinician inmportammt commtributory services mmecessary for a timorougim study and successful management ot imis cases. Time stait of a iwiarine Hospitai is beaded by a medicai officer wimose duty it is not oniy to study time progress oi patients, but also to observe time progress of time pimysicians under imis direction. By means of frequent staizi meetings and prompt access to a iarge consultant stati, drawn from time active mmmedicai profession of time community imm wimicim time imospitai is located, continuous contact witim experienced, competent practitioners is maintained for public Heaitim Service clini- cians. Time attending specialists at a iarge marine imospitai may inciude commsuttants imm internai medicine, opimtimaimoiogy, otorbimmoiaryngoiogy, aiiergy, patimoiogy, bron- cimoscopy ammd esopimagoscopy, psyctmiatry and neuro-psycimiatry, gynecology, gastro- intestinal diseases, genito-urinary diseases, dermatoiogy and sypimiioiogy, and sucim surgicai specialities as orai surgery, gemmito-urimmary surgery, neuro-surgery, abdominal surgery, cimest surgery, and ortimopedic surgery. Time National Cancer Act passed by time Congress in 'IQS7 imas expanded time activities of time Service in time study and controi of cammcer. in 1939, a tumor ciimmic under time auspices oi' time Nationai Cancer institute, was estabiisimed at time ixiarimme Hospital imm Baitimore, bid. Patients are sent timere from otimer ixiarine Hospitals for diagnosis and treatnmemmt. in-patient and out-patient services are maintaixmed, and exceiient iaciiities for X-ray and radiunm timerapy and surgery are provided, togetimer xvitim unexceiied consuitant services. Time ciinic is under time direction of a cammcer speciaiist possessing exceptional qualifications and expe- riemmce. Time xveaitim of nmateriai avaiiabie invites time pursuit of ciimmicai researcim in time biarine Hospitals. Qwing to time predominance oi nmaies of time middle aduit and oider age groups amommg time patients of time Public Heaitim Service, it is mmot sur- prising to find timat artimritis and rimeummmatismmm, respiratory diseases, imeart disease, and diseases of time genito-urinary system are imeaviiy represented in time cases treated. For a number oi years, ciinicai researcim imm timese conditions imas been carried on in marimme imospitais, and mmmany contributions imave been made by Service pimysicians. in very recent years, intensive ciimmicai researcim imm ctmemotimerapy, xvitim speciai reference to suitaniiammmide and aiiied 'products imas beemm initiated and interesting resuits imave been obtained. Time Public Heaitim Service offers severai cimanneis for a career in psycimiatry, namely: time medical and psycimiatric service in time Federai prisons: time study, treat- ment, and reimabiiitation of mmarcotic drug addictsg and time psycimiatric examina- tiomm of aliens seeking emmtry to time United States. Time provision by time Public Heaittm Service of medical and psycimiatric service to time Federaii prisons and retormatories was instituted in IQSO. Twenty-two medi- cai units, serving 24 institutions, were in operation in IQBQ, and during 1940, six additional units vviii be added, bringing time totai institutions served to 50. A psycimiatrist is attacimed to eacti ummit. Ttmis is an expanding tieid for time mmmedicai officer ot time Pubiic Heaitim Service, offering career opportunities imm ciinicai psychiatry and psyctmiatric researcim. Time facilities ot time Pubiic Heaitim Service for clinical and scientific researcim in narcotic drug addiction are probably time best in time Worid. Time two imospitais devoted to time treatment and reimabiiitation of drug-addicted Federal prisoners and a limited number of voiuntary patients eactm imave a bed capacity of 1,000. Time tmospitais are iocated on iarge farms wimicim, togetimer wittm otimer occupational projects serving time immstitutiomms, are operated principaiiy by time patients. inter- 207 national interest attaches to these hospitals looth as experiments in institutional and custodial care, and as centers for detinitive work in the physiology, psychology, pathology, and therapy ot drug addiction. The complex chemistry of morphine derivatives has occupied the attention of a special research unit under the direction of Dr. Lyndon F. Small since 1Q'jl. An amazing numher of hitherto undiscovered morphine derivatives have heen successfully synthetised and Dr. Small has turned over to the Puhlic Health Service his patents lor these derivatives, many of which show great promise. One in particular has heen found to have excellent analgesic properties for a numlaer of conditions and a much lower addiction liability than morphine and other deriva- tives. This drug has heen suhjected to clinical study at two of the Service hos- pitals and at several cooperating institutions. ln addition to the operation ot its hospitals, the Service maintains 124 dis- pensaries for the emergency care ol' certain classes of its heneticiaries, principally Federal employees who are entitled to care under the Employees Compensation Commission. Scienlific Research in the Public Health Service The program of scientific research carried on hy the National institute of Health, one of the principal administrative divisions of the Service, is the most extensive of its icind in this country. The scientific quality ot the work at the institute is unsurpassed hy any organization in the world. The Natioiial institute ol Health comprises nine divisions: the Divisions ol' Biologics Control, Chemistry, industrial Hygiene, infectious Diseases, Pathology, Pharmacology, Puhlic Health hiethods, and Zoology, and the National Cancer institute. Each of these units is under the direction of a scientist with exceptional qualifications in the specific held. Special programs of study are developed hy each division. A The research program of the institute is developed with the assistance and approval of the National Advisory Health Council, the memhers of which are selected and appointed hy the Surgeon General, on the hasis of their outstanding qualifications in medicine and other sciences. The National Cancer institute, a unit ot the National institute ot Health, was established hy an act of Congress in IQE7. The Cancer institute has the responsihility for developing research in the causes. prevention, diagnosis, and treatment ol cancerg lor coordinating cancer research conducted in this country: for administering Federal grants-in-aid for cancer research to responsihle institu- tions and grants for the training ot cancer research worlcers and qualified phy- siciansg and lor purchasing radium for loan to hospitals and clinics. The program of the Cancer institute is developed and administered hy the Public Health Service with the approval of a National Advisory Cancer Council appointed hy the Surgeon General. The National institute ot Health is located at Bethesda, lxfld., a suhurh of Vvashington, D. C. The new huildings which house the administrative otlices and the lahoratories have heen constructed since 1956 on seventy acres of woodland donated hy private citizens to the Federal Government for this purpose. ln addi- tion, there are six hranch lahoratories: the Roclcy iVIountain Spotted Fever Lahora- tory at Hamilton, Mont., the Henry Rose Carter lvlemorial Lahoratory for Malaria Research at Savannah, Ga., the Plague Laboratory at San Francisco, Calif., the leprosy lahoratories at Carville, La., and in Hawaii, and the Stream Pollution 208 Laimoratory at Cincinnati, Qimio. Otimer iieid units are active in scores oi surveys and investigations originating irommm researcim activities oi time National institute oi Heaitim. VVitimin limis setting, function time researcim powers granted to time Puimiic Heaitim Service imy time Congress-to controi and iicense time manufacture oi imioiogic products tserumns, vaccines, antitoxins, toxoids, and time iiicei, to study time poiiution oi iniarmd waters, and ulo investigate time diseases oi' nman.U To sumnnmarize time past and present and to iorecast time iuture oi scientiiiic researcim at time National institute of Heaitim is imeyond time scope oi timis paper, Xvimat time Nationai institute oi Heaitim imas accompiisimed imm time past, is accorimpiisim- ing today, xviii activate future acimievemmmemmt. Timere is a continuity oi acconmpiisim- nment in time instituteis woric xvimicim imetoitens em speciai order oi cooperation among its researcim scientists. Time mmammmes oi Diccoy, Francis, Spencer, Paricer and Dyer are inevitaimiy associated witim cieiiinitive xvoric on time ricicettsiae. Today, worit oi time same order is imeing carried forward on typimus iever, tuiaraenmia, Rocicy Biountain spotted iever, and otimer ricitettsiai diseases at time Nationai institute oi Heaitim. Goiciimerger, wimo unraveied time mystery oi peiiagra, iaid time foundations for continued researcim in nutritionai deiiciencies-researcim wimicim goes forward witim intensified eiiiort at time Natiommai institute oi Heaitim. in 1959, two pimysicians oi time institute discovered ariimoiiavinosis, a new deficiency disease oi nmamm, and denmonstrated time means oi its cure and prevention. As time year IQSQ drew to a ciose, scientists oi time institute announced interesting resuits in researcim on poiiomyeiitis. Animais sucim as time xvimite nmouse and time Soutimern cotton rat imad imeemm found susceptiimie to time virus, timus assuring to aii researcim xvoricers a pientiiui suppiy oi inexpensive animais for commtinuous study oi poiionmyeiitis. Study oi time virus diseases is an inmportant pimase oi time researcim program oi time Nationai institute oi Heaitim. Lympimocytic cimoriomenin- gitis twimicim imas imeen given time name HArmstrong's diseasei' for its discoverer, a medicai oiiicer oi time Puimiic Heaitim Servicei, encepimaiitis, iniziuenza, and nmenin- gitis are aiso among time virus diseases under investigation at time institute. industry, medicine, and puimiic imeaitim aiiiie iooic to time Puioiic Heaitim Service for continuation oi time researcim wimicim is necessary in time prevention and controi of inciustriai diseases. Time rapidity witim wimicim scientiiic discoveries etiect cimanges in industry piaces a imeavy responsiiaiiity upon time Division of industrial Hygiene for time prompt and autimoritative investigation oi imow new processes and conditions oi production aiiiect time imuman organism, and of imow imarmiui resuits may ioe prevented. Fieid investigations, iaimoratory researcim, and consuitant service to otticiai imeaitim agencies are time industrial imygiene functions of time Service. Time Division of Patimoiogy oi time Nationai institute of Heaitim is responsiimie tor time patimoiogic diagnosis and description essential in most oi time investigations initiated in otimer divisions. independent studies in patimoiogy are aiso conducted. Time expanding researcim program oi time Service imas increased time woric oi timis division imy ieaps and ioounds in recent years. in IQBQ, more timan 2,000 animai autopsies were performed and more timan 2,000 surgicai specimens and materiai from over 500 autopsies were studied. Among time recemmt studies oi time Division oi Pattmoiogy is one deaiing Witim time toxicoiogy of suifaniiamide and its derivatives. Time Division also examines and diagnoses for time National Cancer institute iootim imuman tumors and experimental animai tumors. Anotimer continuing study is timat on time post-mortem patimoiogy oi untreated sypimiiis in Negroes, initiated severai years ago in cooperation witim time Division of Venereai Diseases. 209 Public Health Practice in the Public Health Service The Puioiic Heaith Service has for iong heid nationai ieadership in puiaiic heaith practice. By this is meant the application of scientiilic iinowiedge to the controi oi diseases and conditions in reiation to the popuiation as a whoie. The responsihiiities of the Service are to study conditions which adverseiy aitect the puhiic heaith, to devise measures tor their eradication or controi, and to promote preventive practices that wiii operate dynamicaiiy to iouiid a heaithy and vigorous popuiation. in addition, the Service is responsiiaie for the enforcement of Federai iaws to prevent the introduction and spread oi diseases in the United States, i. e., iaws regulating foreign and interstate quarantine and the medicai inspection ot immigrants. About 140 years ago, the civii authorities of ports where the first marine hospitals were iocated iaegan to caii upon the physicians oi those 'institutions for assistance when an epidemic disease threatened the community. Xfery iiiceiy those were the oniy doctors who had seen cases of piague, yeiiow jacic, or choiera, who couid recognize these diseases, and who icnew what to do ahout them. This eariy pattern of rendering technicai aid and consultant service at the request oi State and iocai authorities continues to he the iaasic puioiic heaith poiicy of the Service. Some of the most coioriui stories ot the Service center around the cooperative investigation and soiution of iocai puhiic health prohiems-the conquest of typhoid fever in the District ot Coiumhia, the amoeiaic dysentery epidemic of Chicago, the controi of trachoma in many States, for exampie, come readiiy to mind. Today, the pattern oi cooperative puhiic heaith woric evoived hy the Service and State authorities forms the hasis oi an effective Federai-State program for the provision of heaith services throughout the United States. The Puhiic Health Service administers the aiiocation of Federal funds made avaiiahie to the States for generai puhiic health services and for venereal disease control. State authorities deveiop, organize, and administer their own programs, hut they iooic to the Puhiic Health Service for ieadership and expert advice on technicai prohiems, the pianning and administration of sound programs, and the training of puhiic heaith personnei. Guarcting the United States from the importation of Disease ixfiaritime quarantine is a procedure whereioy incoming vesseis, their passengers and crews are inspected, and may he detained and given appropriate treatment it cases ot quarantinaioie diseases are discovered ahoard. The term quarantine is derived from the itaiian Word Hquarantof, meaning forty, and indicating the numher of days for which a vessel was at one time detained. Today, Hquarantinen fthus detinedb is a misnomer for the modern procedures developed and practiced hy the Puhiic Health Service. it is neariy forty years since vesseis were heid in quarantine forty days. As the incubation periods of epidemic diseases were estahiished, as the sources of infection were discovered, physicians of the Service were enaioied to modify quarantine regulations. Better methods for keeping infec- tions out of the country were developed. Rat controi ted to the development of a system for rat-proofing vesseis. Better sanitary facilities, pure food and Water supplies ahoard vesseis were made possihie. Steadiiy, the vessei,s toss oi time due to quarantine treatment has heen reduced. In 1937, "Radio practiqueu Was introduced at some ot the iarger American ports. According to this pian, certain classes of passenger vesseis, on which competent shipvs doctors are empioyed, may ohtain ciearance hy radio, and proceed directiy 210 to doclc without inspection at quarantine-providing no cases ol quarantinalnle disease are alooard. lxlodern communication and transportation have made possilale hetter control ol quarantinalyle diseases, hut increased speed has introduced new hazards. Air transport malfes it possilple lor a passenger recently inlected with a quarantinalale disease to reach our shores lnelore symptoms have developed. Hence, airports where international travelers arrive are sulnject to quarantine regulations and passengers, crews. and planes must he inspected. The Pulnlic Health Service is responsilule lor the medical certification ol pere sons entering the United States as aliens. The examining ollicers certily to the immigration authorities, those who have a mental or physical delect or disease which lorlnids their entry. hledical ollicers ol' the Service are also assigned to American consulates in a numlper ol' loreign countries where they examine citizens ol those countries who apply lor immigration visas. Federal Healllz fxCllT1illiSll'ClliOli The Puhlic Health Service exercises a supervisory or consultant lunction in connection with medical and puhlic health activities ol several other Federal agencies. For example, the puhlic health and medical care program ol the Bureau of lndian Affairs is under the direction ol physicians ol the Service. The rural medical care program inaugurated lay the Farm Security Administration of the Department of Agriculture was developed and is administered hy Puhlic Health Service physicians. Qthers are assigned to the United States Employees Compensation Commission, the Social Security Board. the 'Pan American Sanitary Bureau, and the vessels of the U. S. Coast Guard. Career Ofhcers in the Service This larief summation ol: the activities of the Pulolic Health Service, it is hoped, will indicate the laroad range ol: professional opportunity which the agency offers to the competent physician. The commissioned corps ol the Pulolic Health Service is organized very much as are the medical corps of the U. S. Army and the U. S. Navy. The candidate lor a commission in the Service must he a graduate of an approved school of medicine, and must have completed one year's interneship or its equivalent. He must pass a rigorous physical examination. The candidate must also present himself helore a hoard ot examiners, composed ol memhers of the commissioned corps ol' the Service, and must pass laoth oral and written examinations. Should he meet the requirements, he may he appointed to a commission in the Pulolic Health Service. He is appointed loy the President of the United States, as are officers of the Army and Navy. The pay of commissioned olllicers ol' the Service is the same, and the grades to which they are appointed correspond with those of the medical corps of the Army and Navy. Thus, the competent physician is assured a satisfactory salary from the day he enters the Service, progressive promotion, and retirement with pay. Y Seven of the marine hospitals have loeen approved hy the American Medical Association for interne training. Each- year, a limited number of graduates of approved medical schools are selected for interneship in the Service. First year interneships are patterned on the standard system of rotating services. Second- year interneships, in which the physician has an excellent opportunity for focusing his worlc on a special service, are equivalent to a residency. lt is a common 211 practice for first year internes to continue as second-year internes and to present themseives for examination as candidates for commission in the Service at the compietion of their detaiis. Once appointed, the medicai officer of the commissioned corps may he assigned to any one of the many activities iarieiiy descriiaed ahove. Very often, the graduate of medical school has not yet discovered the speciai interest in medicine which wiii he his Ucareelzu Again, he may have determined upon a specialty pre- matureiy, without having had an opportunity to explore the ever-Widening fields of medicine. The range of proiessionai opportunity in the Service and the disci- piine oi the commissioned corps-which entails the acceptance of a variety ot assignmentsp-enaioie the medical officer to continue his training from year to year and to huiid soiidiy for the future. There is time and opportunity to oiaserve, to practice, to gain experience in many iieids, and to determine that particular sphere oi action to which his interests and ahiiity lead him. The attractions of ciinicai medicine are great, and it is to this type of practice that a great majority of medical students teei themselves drawn. The talented physician in the Puioiic Health Service is given every opportunity to Ngo as tar as he canu as a ciinician. Frequentiy, however, an assignment to a different type of woric wiii reveal to a physician the one special ilieid to which he Wishes to devote his iiie. As this interest develops, especiaiiy it accompanied by marked aioiiity, every opportunity is afforded the Service physician to augment his expe- rience. Thus, it is not uncommon to find a medical otticer of the Service detailed for postgraduate study to one of a numher of medical centers for the pursuit of speciai icnowiedge. Vvithin this organization, the medicai officer of the Puhiic Health Service is afforded a career of increasing experience and responsihiiity. He enjoys con- tinuous and stimuiating contacts with others active in medicine, and, in Whatever field toward which his interests and aioiiities iead him, the amhitious physician may find opportunity for continued progress in satisfying Woric. 212 HUMAN REFRIGERATION By TEMPLE FAY, MD., F.A.C.S. Professor and Head of time Departments of Neurology and Neuro-surgery, Temple University Hospital and School of lwedicine, Pliiladelplmia, Pa. Tlme possibilities of refrigeration as a lurtlmer means ot aid in our scientilic attaclc upon certain lmuman symptoms and disease lmave been widely discussed recently by time medical profession and time public. Tlme entire problem is new, its limitations and values are undetermined, and time observations still quite limited, so ttmat Uwislmiulu lmopes and speculations are as yet unwarranted, particularly in time tield of cancer wlmere so muclm lmas been expected from its application. Any new weapon ttmat is to be oi use in time treatment of lmuman beings must be based upon sound scientific trutli, carefully observed and recorded. After tile medical profession lmas cautiously passed upon its merits and disadvantages, tlmere will arise an acceptable metlmod of treatment wlmiclm can tlmen be carried out in time properly trained and equipped medical centers tlmrouglmout time country. Refriger- ation must be recognized as merely anotlmer plmysical agent witlm potentialities ol cellular destruction if properly applied. Alter time discovery ol X-ray and radium, time possibilities oi tlmese powerful agents required more tlman twenty years of care- ful observation and medical experience before a metlmod ot treatment wlmiclm was acceptable to time medical profession could be establislmed, a mettiod wlmiclm would permit time fullest extent ot destructive possibilities toward cancer cells, and at time same time protect time patient against time injurious etfects of powerful radiation. We may, tlmerefore, be assured tlmat at tlmis particular moment, at least, refrigeration is only in time stage of scientilic observation and no acceptable idea of Htreatmentn can be expected at tlmis time or for several years to come. Time idea of applying prolonged cold to an active tumor growtlm was con- sidered by me as tar baclc as 1Q32 after certain temperature studies on normal tmuman beings revealed tlmat ttme lowest levels of temperature i880 to Q00 F., oc- curred fas miglmt be expectedl below time elbows and lcnees, wlmereas tlmere was a curious rise, even in time male, on time trunlc in time region of time breast. Time normal temperatures of time trunlc average around 920 F. but in time presence of a tumor, time temperature may rise as lmigtm as 060 to 080 F. on time side of time tumor and in ttie direct vicinity of time growtlm. Deep internal temperatures range normally around IOOO F. Temperature is usually tlmouglmt ot in terms of time moutlm reading, wlmiclm is 98.60 as an average in time normal individual. Vvlmen, tmowever, time delicate tlmermocouple, devised by my associate, Dr. George Henny, continued to disclose timat in time breast segment of women, temperatures migimt rise from 0.5 to 50 F. above time level of temperatures adjacent to tlmis point, wlmereas slcin temperatures below time elbows and lcnees miglmt be as muclm as 10 to 22 degrees below moutlm temperature, considerable speculation arose as to time effects, it any, of ttmis wide difference and variability. It occurred to us tlmat ttiere miglmt be some correlation between time tmiglm incidences of cancer of tlme breast in time female and time rare appearance ol' secondary cancer spread below time elbows and lcnees in time extremities. It lmas 213 long been a puzzle to the medical profession why cancer in its spread to various parts of the loody will rarely involve the extremities. These and certain other areas ol: the hody also enjoy an unexplained immunity. It seemed quite logical and worth while, therefore, to explore the idea that perhaps amongst all the other complexities of the prolalem, these rapidly growing young cells of malignant tumors might require in common with other young cells fnormal and pathologicalj a particular Hlavoralole temperature!! Y There exists in nature alaundant examples as to the relationship of heat and growth. Given satisfactory soil and nutrition, every agriculturist recognizes that warmth is required, in addition, to hring forth the active stage of germination. Bacterial growth may he curtailed or retarded hy placing the culture or food stulit in a refrigerator. Fertile eggs at ordinary temperatures remain inactive until a temperature around Q00 F. is reached. Temperature alone is all that is required to transform an inactive fertile egg into an active tumor growth, which during the first few hours of emhryonal development under the microscope suggests the same form of young cells that we often see in malignant tumors. The difference, however, is that the egg goes on to normal development of head, legs, etc.: tumor cells, on the other hand, fail to Hgrow upf, It is well lcnown that alteration of temperature during the germination period of a seed is disastrous especially if the rapidly growing cells are subjected to an unfavorahle cold or uchillf, Eggs which have hegun to inculoate and then are maintained in an unfavorahly cold state for a time fail to develop properly and the emhryo usually dies. There seemed to he no reason why we might not test the idea, at least, that cancer cells, like seeds, might require a very favorable temperature or Hhothedn at which to estalolish their growthg following this, and other factors loeing favorable, tumors might develop. We must recognize that all this is merely an indication of a general hiological law: that various Hcriticaln temperatures exist throughout nature, so that plant and animal lile can he carefully carried out within the temperature field the particular species of Hora or fauna has become adapted to. We must not lose sight of the lact that temperature is only ONE factor concerned in the prohlem of germina- tion or incubation, and although an important one, cannot in any sense he con- sidered as a CAUSE of cancer. ln spite of many theories, we do not as yet lcnow the cause of cancer. We do not know why apparently out of the same soil cancer cells heget cancer cells in young and riotous masses, whereas, Unormaln cells heget "normal" cells that grow up to remain loyal and orderly in the function and position assigned to them in our laodily tissue. Likewise, out of the same soil we may grow a turnip or a carrot. Each will heget its own lcind hut must enjoy in addition to favoralole moisture and nutrition the need of Favorahle temperature to stimulate and carry out their early active developmental germinating processes. It seemed logical, therefore, to carry out investigations which might shed light upon at least this one physical factorg namely, what particular temperatures do cancer cells enjoy for their maximum growth and at what temperatures, if any, could they he delayed or even destroyed? Consequently, in July of 1956 I decided to apply a metal capsule to a deep cancer where the temperature could he regulated lay a How of cold water into the hollow central portion of the capsule and the temperature of the water registered as it came from the area of the tumor. The comparison under the microscope of the cells hefore the application of cold and after five to ten days was decided upon. At that particular time, there was no apparatus availahle for such refrigeration. The first instrument, therefore, was extremely crude and the temperature level to he selected more or less estah- lished hy the circumstances hecause no automatic regulating control had as yet 214 heen worlced out. It was lound that when water was allowed to run through the ice coils ol an ordinary drinlcing cooler, into the capsule through. rulalaer tulying, and out again into a receptacle, the temperature ol the return llow could he reduced as low as 560 F. By slowing down the llow ol water, it was possilnle to raise the temperature ol the returning lluidg and, therelore, the temperature ol the tumor cells next to the capsule could he maintained at any level desired laetween 400 and 600 F. From the lirst ohservation throughout now more than one hundred lar more elahorate studies on refrigeration, have come certain preliminary convictions which continue to have adequate support. First, as was evidenced in this original case, there has lneen prompt and dramatic reliel ol pain lollowing estahlishment ot appropriate local refrigeration or alter twenty-lour hours ol generalized refrigeration. lt is not at all clear what is the mechanism responsihle lor the reliel ot pain, hut since the adoption of generalized relrigeration it has lbeen, possihle to relieve these patients ol the need of narcotics lor pain relief and to lnring ahout secondary improvement which freedom from pain implies, as well as the advantages oi relief of the disturbing secondary elllects old narcotics. The reliel oi 'pain has laeen manilest from two days up to as long as tive months lollowing the adequate application ot relrigeration. ll nothing else, therelore, reliet ol pain itself has ottered ample justification for further development and continuation ol the procedure along the lines ot safety and appropriate application. As in the first instance in which cold was applied, there has lneen noted now in more than one hundred cases that sustained cold ranging between 400 and 500 F., when delivered to the area ol the growing carcinomatous tumor, is capalole ot arresting the further progress ol the growth ol the lesion. ln addition, Dr. L. VV. Smith, Professor ol Pathology, has shown me in every instance regressive and destructive changes which indicate that, if this degree of temperature can he applied and maintained, there is a selective possibility ot injuring and destroying carcinoma tissue, whereas normal tissue and cells are capahle ot withstanding con- stant temperatures ot lrom 400 to 500 F. for as long as live months without evidence ot destruction. Normal tissue, however, has shown certain evidences ol: heginning degenerative changes it maintained long at 360 F. Brieliy, we may sum up a large series of olaservations in regard to human refrigeration in a rather general statement that young, growing, undillterentiated cancer cells simply cannot maintain themselves or loecome adjusted to temperatures hetween 400 and 600 F. as our studies so tar have indicated. Lilce all young cells, emlaryos, and germinating processes, they simply cannot stand Hcoldf' whereas their fully developed and mature normal types apparently get along very Well. This range ot adaptability which goes along with a certain evidence ot maturity is recognized in hoth agriculture and animal hushanctry. At first the young udelicaten forms must he protected against coldg later on they hecome more hardy. It is not lcnown as yet how cold acts either to arrest progress in the cell or to destroy these early young forms. It seems to he highly prohahle that cold clisturhs some vital process ot metaholism within the cell, perhaps some phase ot oxygen metalaolismg or perhaps cold prevents the normal Hchemistryu and proper formation of certain necessary materials required hy the growing cell which are not present in the normal and healthy cell. The method ot human refrigeration has popularly heen referred to as ntreezingu of human laeings, or Htrozen sleepf, This is not true as no actual freezing occurs. We lcnow that il cancer cells are carefully frozen, even to very severe temperatures 215 below zero, they will survive it the thawing process does not break their membranes by formation of crystals, so that actual freezing simply arrests the cell at the point of its activity without lcilling it or destroying it. Prolonged cold, on the other hand, seems to introduce another factor that is secondary to the cold itself. Alter two years of observations on the destructive effects of cold when applied to local cancer and with the confirmation from tissue culture and embryonal studies that ucriticaln temperatures existed below which cell activity ceased, it naturally followed that attempts should be made to reach the deep tumor masses which were not accessible to local refrigeration. With the establishment of relief of pain after exposure to cold, the next step was to determine whether we could reduce the temperature of the deep organs of the body below Q00 F. As noted earlier, we found the extremities enjoyed a temperature from 880 to Q00 F. under normal conditions. Tissue culture and embryonal studies, carried on by Dr. Smith, had indicated that active growth ceased somewhere below the zone around 950 F. Cells ceased to multiply and mitotic figures were not found. This seemed to bear out our early premise that the extremities might enjoy immunity from secondary cancer growth because their temperature was below the field of growth or activation of the tumor cells. It was thought that perhaps the entire human being might be talcen down to levels ot temperature around 880 to 900 F. with hopes to establish a period of cessation of growth, perhaps even some destructive influence of the growth. in View of the tact that no scientilic records existed that human beings could be talcen down to such low levels of temperature and maintained with safety, the attempt to refrigerate the entire human being was delayed until one of my patients, who had shown very satisfactory response to local refrigeration, showed signs of becoming rapidly worse from the deep extension of the tumor into the lungs and elsewhere. Accordingly, it was decided to place her in general refrigeration. After an appropriate anesthesia, the body was surrounded with ice bags and exposed to the cold. On December 5, 1938, the tirst scientific observations were made on a human being deliberately talcen to levels of sub-normal temperature around Q00 F. rectal. There have followed a large number oi observations since this first experience and human beings have been maintained with rectal temperatures as low as 780 F. and have been retained at a general body temperature of around 850 F. lor as long as eight days. As there has been no criterion or former precedent upon which to base such periods of refrigeration, it has become our custom to undertake a twenty-four hour period of refrigeration lor the purpose of observation and to determine how the patient reacts to the procedure. Following this and at an appropriate interval, there may be from three to six episodes of refrigeration ranging from three to four days eachg intervals will depend upon the patient's reaction to each episode and the general response of the patient, including blood count and other important details. Needless to say that no plan of treatment can or has been established and there is no definite assurance that six or more episodes at 850 F. can in any way talce the place ot or equai in elliect ten days ot constant 406 F. application ot cold directly to a tumor mass. The same great problem presents itself with refrigeration as has presented itself in surgery and radiation: namely, the surgeonys inability to reach the deep lesion has naturally confined his efforts to those that are successfully removable and accessible. Deep X-ray therapy has been able to treat local lesions successfully and many deep lesions have been satisfactorily and favorably iniiuenced. Where X-ray can be delivered to the tumor mass without destructive effects on the 216 mmeiglmborlmoocl. it can be relied upon to be timorougimly effectual. Time same problem presents itseli witlm refrigeration: namely, How is it possible to deliver to time deep tissue areas ol time body a temperature sufficiently low to influence uniavorably time growtii oi carcinoma cells and at time same time to destroy tlmose cells witlmout injuring time function of otlmer organs? We lmave some indication at time present time tlmat 600 F. is sufficiently cold to produce definitely progressive destructive inliuences on certain tumor tissues. Timere is, imowever, a limit to wlmiclm time imuman body can be reduced in temperature and timis limit apparently lies in time zone oi 700 to 750 F. Timere are also many otimer possibilities and complications wlmicim may arise irom prolonged states ol reirigeration wimicim imave as yet not been observed. it is obvious timat time intense searclm will go forward in order to llind if a certain combination oi local or gener- alized relrigeration episodes may retard or destroy carcinoma cells and ii tlmat simould be time case, tlmere is no assurance tiiat time malignancy may not again become activated wiien time body temperature returns to time level favorable to tumor cell growtlm. Time longest microscopic clearance ol tissue so lar recorded is eigimteen montims. Scientillically we mnust wait tive or more years ol ireedom irom evidence oi carcinoma in order to indicate tlmat time metimod can be considered in time ligimt of a Hcuref, it seems more tlman suggestive, imowever, tlmat refrigeration as a means of retarding cell growtlm and deep radiation are to be used togetimer. Timeir use conjointly may prove to be a mmmeans ol adding some iurtlmer imope to time measures now available in terms ol radiation and surgery. Finally, we may say timat imuman refrigeration is not witimout its diiiiculties or dangers: timat wimat we imave observed from time standpoint oi reliei oi pain justifies time assurance timat treatment in time iuture will be associated witim less sutiering. VVimetimer time spread and growtim oi carcinoma can be permanently influenced by timese measures remains to be seen. Vvlmat is most important lor time public to realize is timat time medical profession is studying and examining a new possible weapon oi attaclc witim all time rapidity tixat can be expected under time circumstances, and timat ii timere are beneficial possibilities arising from timis particular type oi plmysical therapy, timey will be made available to time public in due time and witim time appropriate recommendations of timose Wimo are in a position to add timeir critical judgment and analysis to time entire problem. 217 vain. , ..S9U1'E1f?ii1TSKil5::':f-",',' f A TP7XCT.Gsl-rl - , ULJNMAAF- , ,,,f, :x,1.-Q"-,'.-.'T K X "'ff7h'3'fJ' ' C1 Jigga!!-VI, ' x 'f-.',i4- KC . ,'. ' 12 ',' .'.: w V ' '- 'X M221-2'-wig-v,mk... . L Arles:-:ALJ ., -U ,,4wg:zwr.,4QW,y. ,wrfa-,.,4w1-,...x.V.... - ,....-.-..'f.YY Y.., .,-,.,,- 'H wsyv-as 1 V43 . .,,.,-.,,,. ,, ,.,Lhl'!EfR.'sk- - .'sQE'1Si'5'ff"'n"f'-fi. - -Y' ' A 'f"':m:,qwE-aw. WV'-YYJTT-ifxlrvgzo .... 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We have had the privilege of her fellowship for three years and we offer this in appreciation of her ceaseiess efforts in our behalf. 220 Meiponie Niemiaers of file Class of 1940: it is particularly agreeaibie to appear iueiiore tiais group since it iurnisiies me an opportunity to acicnowiecige to eacii one oi you my appreciation and acirniration for time spienciici contacts i have iiaci as a resuit of our iong association. As you are reaciaing your goats, it is time for eacir one oi you to assume time great responsiiaiiities wiiicii await you ami Carry on wiiiingiy anci noiaiy tide tasics which wiii present tiwemseives. Tiiere are many vaiuainie opportunities arounci you anti it siiouici ive your ciesire and ciuty to seeic tiiem out anci use tiiem to tiwe ibest acivantage. i iiereiby want to emphasize tide importance oi woricing ciiiigentiy and iurtiaering yourseives sciaoiasticaiiy. AH arounci and about you are vast resources ot tiigiuer iearning anci iay sitiiifui tapping oi tilese resources you wiii receive ineneiits tiaat wiii forever stanci you in gooci steaci. After recognizing and taicing advantage ot tiiese oppor- tunities grasp tidem eageriy anci work aiong taitiiiuiiy untii tiaey are tinisiieci anci time ioeneiits ti1Cl'6i'l'Ol11ii'lElVC been reapeci. it is one of my ionciest iiopes tiiat you wiii iooi4 upon your responsiiaiiities anti ciuties as vaiuabie experience to iurttler aici you in reaciiing onwarci to in- evitaiaie success. To maintain your position you must iiave ioieais anci iaitiituiiy strive to aibicie iay them. None ot tire great ieaciers ot our profession have attained success in a short perioci of time: ati of tiwem iiave iiaci timeir icieais and a goai in view anci have Woriceci iaittituiiy to reacil it. Niay you have tiae ciesire to emuiate tile exampie set ivy many ot our great ieaciers. it is a singuiar tionor to ioe a graciuate ot Tempie University Hospitai Sciiooi of Nursing which has prepareci you for time profession. Niay you ieave tiere witii the teeiing that we have done everyttiing possiioie to tuiiy prepare you to taice up your woric entiiusiasticaiiy anci with a teeiing that it is not a iourden iaut a rare priviiege to be permitteci to share tire responsibilities of a great profession: NURSING. From this group I earnestiy iaeiieve that ttiere are some of you who Wiii some ciay stanci among tiiose greatiy tionoreci. Anci so I otter my congratulations anci feiicitations to tire memioers of time class anci in parting I Wisia to remain your teactler and trienci. ANN SUVITSKY, RN. 221 MISS MARGARET WELSH, RN., MA. Director of Nurses F I f 7 ,,,, . , ,... I - ffs-:svfr-f,rw-ftiiffms-r -:v -in .Q 1 . 'wr . wqjf. f fm, . EI'2"2:. . .. 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MISS HARRIET EBERSOLE Night Supervisor Assistant to Night Supervisor HEAD NURSES CLASS ADVISER ANN SUVITSKY Class Adviser t'Ancl to love life through work is to V be inlimale wifll life,s inmost secretf, CLASS OFFICERS MARY BETH RICHARD President SALLY KARDIBAN EVELYN GROLLER RUTH SCHROEDER T. . . Vice-president Secretary zeasuz er DORIS JUNE ANDREWS Shamokin, Perma. uAIways happy and always neat She's just as jolly as she is sweet Student Government 1 9 4 0 S K U L L LaRUE E. ARNOLD Bethlehem, Penna. 'A flashing smile,-a song of cheer A second Schumann-Heink have herefj Chorus WC 226 ELISABETH BABYOK Bentieyviiie, Penna. 0 Lady-such a tease timou art, One may not ilaif ioeiieve thee., Swimming Student Government 1 9 4 0 S K U L L 7 ELVA P. BARTLETT Brooicviiie, Penna. HHer heart is as true as steei Swimming SARA JEANNE BLACKA Connellsvine, Perma. HA conscientious worker, a Judge in any court Though tactfui and precise, she is a good sportn Student Council, Secretary Associate Editor of USIQLLUU Swimming 1 9 4 0 S K U L L FRANCES E. BRODE Tamaqua, Penua. This dark haired maid is small ,tis true But as a friend shes eyer true Huef, 228 EDITH MAY BUCKLEY Passaic, N. J. A smile as serene as Iwerselff, , V yi:--... ,WX 1 9 4 0 S K U L L 229 KATHERINE Z. COMLEY Phillipslourg, Penna. "0ur Kate is most content When in the midst of merriment SABINA M. CORTELLINI Mt. Carmel, Penna. "A pair of mischievous eyes behind which Wisdom liesf' Basketball l 9 4 0 S K U L L DOROTHY ROSELLA DIEHL Alolootistown, Perma. Ambition could be made of no sterner stuff." 230 ALDA JANE ECK Nlontoursville, Perma. Whatexfer skeptic coulcl inquire FOI' CVCFY Nvhy SIIG has 3. XVhCI'CI'Ol'6.H Swimming 1 9 4 0 S K U L L NIARGARET ANN ELICK Hazleton, Penna. "As merry as the clay is long. Swimming GEORGIANA S. ENTERLINE Hamburg, Peflfla. H1-Ier loving disposition and ever-ready mirth . Have made her like a Sunbeam upon this gloomy earthf' HSIQUUU Staff 1 9 4 0 S K U L L MARGARETTA ERTEL William sport, Penna. Tliereys too much mirth in both her eyes, Enough for one ti1at,s twice her size." Swimming 23 2 LETTY M. EVERITT Bristol, Penna. Here's a girl who cheers lustily for cherry and white." Basketball, Cheerleader Alumni Scholastic Award the 1 9 4 0 S K U L L BETTY C. FESSLER Williamsport, Perma. Shes fair of face and full of charm Swimming 233 fm- D. MARJCRIE FCREMAN Phillipslourg, Perma. HRed IDTOVVIVI hair and all CIHI1 ITIBUHCI Swimming 1 9 4 0 S K U L L CATHERINE M. GUANO Philadelphia, Perma. Never idle, never still Tall: she must, and talk she Willf, 234 EVELYN C. GROLLER Egypt. Penna. Not so big but fun of fun Loved by each and everyone." Secretary of Senior Class ff -K y ,X 1 9 4 0 S THELMA LORETTA HANKEE Lehighton, Perma. "Her ready smile and cheery 'helloy Vvill gain her friends whereyer she may go. President of Class 358, ,259 Student Government Basketball Swimming K U L L MARY JANE HARRIS Pllinipsburg, Penna. HQuiet, yet ambitious: mild, yet per suasiveiu Pfioiograpfiy Editor of Uskullu 1 9 4 0 S K U L L KATHERYN LOUISE HERON Spencer, West Virginia UHer cheery smile and disposition Would battle any oppositionf, Swimming 2 SALLY KARDIBAN IAXITIOICI, VPCIIHH. Confident without assumption : In all things l1Cl'S6H.U Vice-president of Senior Class Swimming 1 9 4 0 S K U L L JQSEPHINE KELLER Altoona, Penne. H0f manners gentle, of affection mild In wit a Woman, in simplicity a child Swimming RUTH LAURA KELLER Erie, Penna. Her personality shines through her smile Which makes someones day worth- Whiief, Alumni Scholastic Award Chorus Student Government nslzulln Staff 9 4 0 S K U L L FRANCES M. KELLEY New London, PEHHH. Possession of that magnet thing We can personality." 238 ANITA F. KLETT Piiillipslourg. Penna. Since silence is golden, Anita is pricelessf, Swimming fi 1 9 4 0 S K U L L 2 ADA MARCELLA KNEPP Lewistown, Pen na. HDeI3onair, neat, dainty, well kept As if from a bancuaox she has stepped 39 RUTH HELEN LEEDS Miami, Florida "Happy and loving from head to toe That is why We love her sof, Basketball 1 9 4 0 S K U L NIARGARET E. LEWIS Gilolostown, N. J. Fortified with that intangible something that instills Confidence and admira- tionf, 240 ALMA ELIZABETH MADISON Piiilacleiphia, Penna. Twas her thinking of others made you think of Iierf' Basfeetlaall 1 9 4 0 S K U L 2 B. IRENE MCBRIDE Lewistown, Penna. HA dancing shape, an image gay To haunt, to startle and wayiayfy Student Government Basketball Swimming 1 9 4 fmx DOROTHY ANDERSON MILLER Philadelphia, Penna. HShe was of those who hoard their own thoughts carefullyf, Chorus 0 S K U L JEAN D. MILLER VVilliamsport, Penna. lNot too slow, and not too fast Jean makes friendships that will Iastf, Swimming 242 FLORENCE D. PLOCICKI Naliticoice, Penna. Not boici, not siiy, not short, not taii, But a very sweet mingling of iiiem all, H 1 9 4 0 S K U 243 n M. JANE RAMIN Vviiiiamsport, Penna. Much mirtii and no maciness AH good and no ioacinessf, Class Treasurer ,58- '59 f NAOMI ELIZABETH REILEY Somerset, Penna. Intelligent anct honest she is to all Courteous and dependable sine answers one,s cattf, Treasurer of Stuctent Government Chorus 1 9 4 0 S K NIARY BETH RICHARD Hagerstown, Md. Surpassecl by none in sincerity of pur- pose and conscientious applica- tionf, President of Ctass ,4O Stuctent Government Basteettnatt nstzuttu Staff 244 U L L HANNAH BUERY ROWE Alclerson, West Virginia A perfect lady, nolnly planned To warn, to Comfort and comman Chorus 1 9 4 0 S K U L L HELEN JANE RUPERT Dubois, Penna. HEyes of blue, hair of gold Lips that much of laughter hold RUTH NAOMI RYCE Pittston, Penna. "A number one source of mischief is she Wherever she is we all like to loef, Basketball 1 9 4 0 S K U ELEANOR RUTH SAURMAN A1'dSlCy, Penlia. Here is a poet with tender blue eyes Sincere, industrious, witty and wisef, CI'LOl'US 246 L L RUTH SCI-IROEDER VVoodl9ury, N. J. A true friencl, loyal, and sincere From xprobie, days to senior year., Class Treasurer Basketball, Captain Swimming 1 9 4 0 S K U -. PEARL J. SPOWART Brockway, Perma. uiet and reserved but not lacking in the gaiety which distinguishes youtlmn C110 l'U.S L L 'Xxx ALICE MARGARET STOCKER Giensicie, Penna. "Alice is fair with pretty red hair, Also a blush that is her ciespairf' Stucient Government Social Chairman "Skull" Staff Swimming 1 9 4 0 S K U L L FRANCES J. TOMASELLO Hammonton, N. J. A fair young maiden with dark hair Never a worry, never. a caref' Swimming ,yy A. ' ff' , HF! EN I. VUCKOVICH Jo wnstown, Penna. sp ent id unit to conquer and achieve." Ecilor of llsfeuuu Sluc enl Government, presiclcnl Basketball Qirlsv-' The Florence Nightingale Pieoige I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly to pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faittifuiiy. I will abstain from wiiatever is deleterious and mischievous and Wilt not talce or knowingly acl- minister any l'lE1l'lTlFLlI drug. I will do ali in my power to elevate time stanctarcts of my profession, anci will hold in contictence all personal matters committed to my keeping, and ati family affairs coming to my knowledge in the practice of my calling. with loyalty will I endeavor to aid ttie physician in his work and devote myself to the welfare of ttrose committed to my care. 249 A NURSES PRAYER Because the clay that stretches out for me IS of IDUSY l'lOU1'S, COITIC to T-i166 To astc Thee, Lorct, that Thou Wiit see me through The many things that I may have to rio. Heip me to make my heats the smoothest way. Heip me to maice more tempting every tray. Hetp me to sense when pain must have relief. Help me to cieai with those iaorne ctown hy grief. Heip me to take to every patientys room The Light of Light to brighten up the gloom. Help me to bring to every soui in tear The sure anci steadfast thought that Thou art near, And if tociay, or, if tonight, maybe, Some patients in my care set out to sea To Face the great adventure we cali cieath, Sustain them, Father, in their parting breath. Help me to iive throughout this live-long clay As one who ioves Thee wiii, dear Lord, i pray' Anci when the clay is clone, and evening stars Shine through the ctaric aiaove the sunset ioars. When weary quite, I turn to seeic my rest, Lord, may i truly icnow ive fione my hest. RUTH VVINANT WHEELER This poem was react at the capping exercise of the class of 1940 hy Miss Niargaret MCMdhO11, Director of Nu1'ses at that time. 250 IN TERMEDIATES 55 yn . xv f-1 49' Sitting, left lo right: XViIS0l1. Evmmciio, Doster, Erickson, Lineaweaver, Grenoble, Dflaioy, Drozciowski. Siancling: Seeiy. Opfar. Costello. Fromme. George, Tariny, Ray. VVarnl'JoicI, Kear. Beck. Remember- First day in the O.R. First Delivery. How many times We all left training fin our tiioughtsi. Day we were capped. 051 JUNIORS Sitting, left to rigttt: Coggstlett Henry Rectrng Mhtey Baumgarctner IQCIIHI Carey. Stancting: Gion, Shietute, Christman Snug Cootrdge Vvarctrop VVantect-- Guaranteed rooster to watcen us at 6 Gooct excuse for cutting classes. Ntinct readers tor the 0.R. Bed pan on Wheels for Babcock Ward. P. tVI.,s Without four to tive classes. Nleats a ta carte when on an all day. Full attendance at class meetings. A PRE-CLINICALS Sitting: Turner, Sauiin, VX7ooCls, Laporta, Pralbucici, Parisi, Heiniy, iw. Anceravige, Speirs, Grainanea, Shank, Groft. Second Row: txlarcincavage, LCilOtSl4j', Buyanowski, Caviston, Hazeiett, Byrnes. Garber, Koster, Shoemaker, Nlcfxiiister, NVingert, Vercusicy, J. Snyder, Gayusicy, R. Snyder, Ford, Spuciis, Banti, Q'Neal, Krezanowsicy. Last Row: Nlurray, Reiniioici, Parry, Coleman, VVatt, Brin, Biscotti, Statli, Poiinica, Boyle, Gesecici, Thomas, Ruweciei, Famer, J. Anceravige, Boring, Nloraiarty, H. Snyder, Zimmerman. ANNOUNCEMENT MR. AND MRS. VENA CAVA announce the marriage of their daughter AORTA to MR. PULMONARY VEIN Mr. Superior Vena Cava, the tJricie,s iorottler, was best man, and Miss Pui- monary Artery was bridesmaid. AH the Veins, arteries and capillaries were present. The marriage took place at ttle noteci Popiiteai Space, after which the wedding photograph was taken at the famous Electro-Cardiograptny Studio. After a Honeymoon to the Circle of Willis they will reside in the Portal System. -From write Eclioeettef' Iewisii Hospital, Brooklyn. 253 STUDENT GGVERNMENT BASKETBALL TEAM History of the School of Nursing of Temple Medical College We thinlc that no yearbook would be com- plete without a few words concerning the founding, growth, and development ol the in- stitution which we ltnow as Temple Univer- sity Hospital. Qur School ol Nursing was born because ol the realization that scientific and efficient Nursing care is essential to progress. A small hospital, lqnown as the North Phila- delphia Hospital was chartered and opened by the North Philadelphia lxledical Society, a group ot about ten physicians practicing in Tioga, Franldinville. and Germantown. A briclc building at 3320 North Broad Street was rented and litted up with ten or Fifteen beds, for the treatment of tree as well as paying patients. A dispensary service was also olilered. One nurse was engaged to talte care ol patients. ln spite of a generous response on the part of the public, the hospital was in arrears with- in tive months ol: its opening, and in June, 1891. it was closed. The need ol a hospital in this section was unquestioned. An appeal was made to Dr. Russell H. Conwell, Pastor ol the Grace Bap- tist Church, to undertalce the reorganization of the institution. Dr. Conwell accepted the re- sponsibility with his characteristic zeal and the hospital was reopened and dedicated January 30, 1892, as the Samaritan Hospital, with a capacity of 20 beds. Patients were received into the hospital February, 1892. Objects in the establishment of the institu- tion were stated to be: 1. To provide tree medical and surgical aid lor those whose circumstances are such that they cannot atlord to be treated in their own homes or to go to a private physician. 2. To train young women of good moral standing and common school education, to nurse the sicl4, and thus educate them to a position ol: honor and great useful- ness in the community in which they may afterwards live. For this purpose a train- ing school for nurses will be established in which women of the required qualiti- cations may receive a full course of clin- ical and didactical instructions in nurs- ing, besides practice in nursing in the hospital. Upon completion of their studies, they will be examined upon subjects taught, and it satisfactorily pass- ed will be awarded a diploma of pro- ficiency entitling them to go on register. The success of the venture under Dr. Con- well's direction was promptly assured. 255 ts Vvhen the Training School lor Nurses was started in 1893, the requirements lor admission was a public school education. Later on the state passed a law malcing it necessary lor ap- plicants to have lour years ol High School. ln 1902 the capacity ol the hospital was sixty beds, with fourteen student nurses. The hos- pital became alliliated with the lvledical De- partment ol Temple University and many new departments were soon added. The teaching was done by the Directress of Nurses and the Doctors ol the statt until 1917 when an all time instructor was employed. ln IQI7 the class room was serviced and equipped lor teaching and the curriculum followed- The bed capacity in 1919 was increased to one hundred lorty. There has been a steady growth in the School ol Nursing since the beginning. ln 1Q23, a scholarship lor nurses was originated. The First scholarship was used at Columbia University, but it was later decided that it was to be used at Temple University. A school lor preliminary Courses for Nurses was started and financed by the Nurses of philadelphia until IQEO. At that time, due to laclc ol funds, it would have been necessary to discontinue the school had not Temple Uni- versity talcen it over. When the new School of lwledicine was built, the Dean lcindly consented to the use of the laboratories there for most ot the classes. Since that time, the development of the hos- pital has gone forward. The new main build- ing was dedicated, new departments were added and the Samaritan Hospital was re- named Temple University Hospital. A new demonstration home was opened for pre-clinical students and the library was re- organized with additional boolcs and periodi- cals. lVlO1'6 classes and more hours ot study tor student nurses have been added to the original plan malcing our course a lull and complete one and thus iulllilling its purpose. The diploma given on graduating gives per- mission to talce the State Board Examinations, registering nurses in the State of Pennsylva- nia with the privilege of reciprocity with any state in the United States having the same requirements. The hospital, too, lceeps advancing. Just re- cently an entire new tloor was added, making a total ol: tive hundred beds. And so now as we leave the 'institution we hope that it will lceep advancing as it has in the past and thus put our school ever foremost in the trends of education and service to humanity. A NURSES DAY AT TEMPLE 6 A. NI. Vveu, if I want my 12 dclock I better get up. 256 Hchapelf, :Jesus Wants Wie for a Sunloeamf' Breakfast-Cold toast. Nlornirmg Report--Slept Well, good night. CIliICIl'6ll,S Vvard f- Holding babies for Hood counts. Ntailing letter home and going off duty. A NURSES DAY AT TEMPLE i XN'7Ol'Ii-'GIOXN' can 1 get off by nine-U Signing out-Hfm taking my twetvefy Gooclnigtltwftiope I get in on timely 257 LEST WE FORGET Dr. C. K. ixliiier-nDict you hear the one about-H Dr. DeLuCCa-HHi ya, iciclf, Dr. Roessier-uGoot Eveninkn ixfirs. Smailer-HRun along to class, youngsters." Dr. Bacon-ml-iianic you, Lady!" Dr. Seifer-fUHey, chief, ienci me a hand." Dr. Hoberman-uHere, Honey-U Dr. Lawrence,-usure you can beat them." Nliss Curley-LTU see you suiasequentiyfy Dr. Vogel-HSusy, could you imeip me?U Florence Piocicki-MDM I get a cali tonight?" Alma Nlaclison-wif I had three mirrors in my room-I wouiciift be able to sleep an nigiitfy Libby Balayoic-nVVi1o,s time most beautiful girl in time ciass, and why am WU Any Nurse-iLDid I get any maii?H Ruth Leeds-MOH! ciuP0nt,s claughterit, Ada Knepp-HThat's all right. Yve got 'trench feet, alreaciyin iVIiss Parr-H511-ii, Dr. Dfioores woricingf' Frances Kelley-HBurpi Thats my gait bladder againf' Doris Andrews-Hvvait on mef! Sabina Corteiiini-Hgwing it.H Niiss Welsh-LGI tI'1il1li I can arrange it.u Ruth Keller-uVv7i1y donyt you wake me up eariier, I'H be late for ciiapeif, Hannah Rowe--HHaHeiuiai1i" Thelma HBIIIKCBQSKNOXN' girls-I mean students." iviom ivlcwiahon-HBe good and have a nice timef' Nliss Stewart fHostessD-Hxfvidatvs this I near about-fn Dr. Burnett-HNOW, sisterf, Seniors running from 21 and 23 to ciwapei as if they were silo! out of guns. Dr. Essiingefs little Hack bag. Dr. iViati'1er,s opiltidaimoscope. Dr. Steeiys ciiuclcie. Georgianna EI1t6l'Ii1'lC,S Dutch Drawi. Leity Everittys reducing diets. Nirs. Piperys cowiaeu at ten-thirty. Jane Ramin-MGB, my feeif, 258 F.. if 4. , 1 .sA',.,l. 5 K nk ,W ..., , '19 64 .wa -.-.,. -,. -,351-:gif .13 , - ' I ' ' 5' va: 7- - A - ,-nf 'V 1 The Home of DRUCO-OPTUS DRUG PRODUCTS The standard of quality and fvalue SOLD BY 1500 REGISTERED PHARMACIES WHO DISPLAY THIS SEAL f S!-.JZ sm 'WWW 57 PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE DRUG COMPANY PHILADELPHIA "STEVE" WELCOMES YOU TO THE CCDLLEGE INN Where to meet your friends Where to make friends Where to bring your friends Something new and deliciously prepared each day in the Chefs Special Q See L'STEVE." He's always willing to oblige. 0 The Recreation Center between and after classes DOWNSTAIRS - CORNER BROAD at ONTARIO STEVE" YANNES, Prop. SAG. 9979 RCITICITIBCI' F I S H E R'S Restaurant 46 ... 3545 . .. NORTH BROAD STREET KEESAL'S PHARMACY Registered Pharmacist Always in Attendance STUDENT SU PPLIES fEveryrhing the Student needsj A FULL LINE OF FOUNTAIN PENS NVHEN YOU EQUIP YOUR OEEICE LET US SUPPLY YOUR DESK SET We Repair Fountain Pens O Checks Oashed for Students Next to Medical School 3436 N. BROAD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA Rad. 9955 FRANK L. LAGAN GEQ. H. MQCONNELL PHILADELPHIA SURGICAL INSTRUMENT CO. 1717 Sansom Street - Distributors - HAMILTON WCOD AND STEEL TREATMENT ROQM FURNITURE CASTLE STERILIZERS RIT. 3613 Since 1876 WILLIAMS' STANDARD I TERN SUITS Hafve Always Led in Style and Service 0 COATS and GOWNS For Office and Hospital Q Folders on Request . C. D. WILLIAMS 8: CU. Designers and Maliufacturers 246 S. 11TH STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. UNTIL THEY CARPET HOSPITAL HALLS -Nurses will stay faithful to the shoes which have kept their feet comfortable for miles of walking down long, white corridors. FREEMAN SHOES for nurses arc smartly styled, scientifically made, and moderately priced-the most comfortable shoes you have ever worn. The Freeman Co. CORRECT FOOTWEAR 3628 Germantown Avenue fin the arcadcj Open Evenings - Special Discount to Nurses "Where shoes are fitted . . not merely solclu Put Your I-lobby , IN BELL SL HQWELL if , ' :ar Movies 1 7 i".-, - ' S your hobby macroscopy? Nature study? Hunting or fishing? Whatever your hobby may be, a permanent movie record with the new uShelloading" 16mm. Filmo will add im' measurably to your pleasure. With the "Shelf loading" Filmo you can also record the results of your research, new techniques. The new "Shelloading" 16mm. Filmo makes movies with pushfbutton ease! No threading- uses prefthreaded magazine. Change from color to blackfandfwhite film in midfreel. Four speeds. A basically complete camera for all your movie demandsg made by the makers of Hollywood professional movie equipment. Williams, Brown SL Earle, Inc. The Home of Motioii Picture Equipment 918 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Pennypacker 7320 Main 7261 People prefer FRANKFURTERS made from strictly fresh dressed meats- Q FRANKFURTERS HTHE TASTE IS THERE" SOLD BY QUALITY DEALERS WALNUT 1468 W. E. Ryan, Inc. "DOWNfHOME FARMS" BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY and SAUSAGE Stalls 544 5 554 Reading Terminal Market PHILADELPHIA, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF LAMB BROTHERS STATIONERS and PRINTERS 708 Chestnut Street PI-IILADELPI-IIA, PA. , , Bell: Lombard 6957 Keystone: Main 1707 Pubhcker Commerual Alcohol Company ARBYCRAFT Bell: POPIHI- 424: KITCHEN Keystone: Race 6994 EQUIPMENT 18th Street and Lehigh Avenue .The Arbycraft Company formerly PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA RANSOMBARTQN COMPANY 17th and Fairmount Avenue PHILADELPHIA, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF Hospital Clothing Co. om 0, fm- e e. I . bca 4 4 I Students' and Graduates' Uniforms 1107 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Pennypaeker 8576 KIRKSLNICE UNDERTAKERS 6301 Germantown Avenue PHILADELPHIA QEotEI,EPEsgqstEt,ENe, ,1E.W QL A M LTRY 7735 402-40A1N.SECOND STREET PHILADELPHIA COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND WILKIE BUICK, INC. J. E. HENRY, President C. 1. RAINEAR at co., Inc. Steam and Plumbing Supplies 210 N. 21st St., Philadelphia A. SALUS 86 SON, Inc. VJHOLESALE Meats, Provisions and Poultry Quality Canned Goods and Groceries 8 N. Delaware Ave. 121-123 Market Street PHILADELPHIA. PA. THE IVY HILL CEMETERY Easton Road Mount Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. Established 1867 Telephone: Chestnut Hill 0295 SAMUEL T. DeFREHN 86 SONS Manufacturers of Window Shades, Awnings Venetian Blinds Headquarters for COLUMBIA Venetian Blinds 2036 Frankford Avenue - 3042 Kensington Avenue Bell: Regent 43984399 Keystone: East 8709 DEPENDABLE zi Third of a Century JOHN S. BERKELBACH Estahlished 1904 FUNERAL DIRECTOR 3730 Germantown Avenue Branches: Miami, Florida-Atlantic City, N. at Broad Street Sag. 1188 FORMERLY SAMUEL NV. KEHR C? SON Regent 7887 Park 2124 Wesley Harris Kehr C. P. SPEITEL COIVIPANY FUNERAL DIRECTOR INC' 2428-2430 N. Broad sf., Philadelphia BONDED HAULING CONTRACTORS Sagamore 24280.-419 3618-22 N. Lawrence St. Philadelphia, Pa. SAMUEL K. HACKMAN IOHN K, HACKMAN HACKMAN BROS. INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 905-07 West Lehigh Avenue BALDXVIN 4841 PHILADELPHIA MARQUETANDIS FAMOUS BUTTER CREAMS OLD FASHIONED CHOCOLATES 914 Chestnut Street 3633 Germantown Avenue 3630 North Broad Street, Philadelphia GEORGE B. VROOMAN INC. QUALITY CANNED FOODS ERANK T. HESSINGER FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2013 E. Susquehanna Ave. 219 W. Tabor Rd. Regent 9064 Hancock 6774 PHILADELPHIA Caterers for Jewish Students' Houses on Penn and Temple Campuses S. HELLER C A T E R E R 3613 Locust Street 1905 N. Park Avenue Bar. 9375 f Bar. 5955 Ste. 9230 f Pop. 8197 FINNAREN and HALEY INC. Sixtieth and Thompson Streets 24 North Fifty-second Street 5629 Chester Avenue 4665-67 Frankford Avenue COMPLIMENTS OF HAUGHTON ELEVATOR CO. 1 730 Ludlow Street PHILADELPHIA Pennypacker 9704 R306 1433 K R A F T PRINTING COMPANY 333 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. S. A. KRAFT NATIONAL HOSPITAL SUPPLY CO. PHYSICIANS' and HOSPITAL SUPPLIES 1502-04 Spruce Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. Pennypacker 30676068 SANITARIUMS SHARON HALL West Philadelphia KENWOOD Chestnut Hill 24 Hour Nursing Care - Graduate Staff Reasonable Rates SHARON HALL MANAGEMENT, Inc. 35 North Fortieth Street C. R. HARTRANFT A. M. HARTRANFT FUNERAL DIRECTOR 3621 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia Bell Phones: Rad. 2646-2647 Personal Attention VICTOR V. CLAD CO. Manufacturers of FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT CHINA, GLASS AND SILVERWARE 117-119-121 S. 11th Street Philadelphia COMPLIMENTS OF A WELLfWISHING FRIEND ZAVELLE'S BOOKS - STATIONERY MIMEOGRAPHING - PRINTING 1330 West Montgomery Avenue PHILADELPHIA Walnut 24272428 Race 5075 COMPLIMENTS OF PENNSYLVANIA APPAREL CO. MAKERS OF GOOD UNIFORMS 247-249 North 12th Street Philadelphia Bell: Market 1036417 Keystone: Main 7613f14 FRANK HELLERICK CO., Inc. BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE and POULTRY 120 Callowhill St. 349-51 New Market St. PHILADELPHIA Bell: Walntit 5600 Keystone: Race 7351 FELIX SPATOLA 86 SONS ERUITS and VEGETABLES THE YEAR 'ROUND Hotels, Clubs and Institutions Supplied READING TERMINAL MARKET KLEIN 86 GOODMAN Cameras and Everything Photographic 18 S. 10TH STREET PHILADELPHIA LAIBMAN BROS. FRUIT and VEGETABLE MARKETS Phone: Rad. 7200 35281f2 Germantown Ave. PHILADELPHIA Manufacturers of Surgical and Orthopedic Appliances ARTIFICIAL LIMBS HANS W. CI-IRISTOPH, Inc. 1927-33 Delancey Street I N. E. Cor. 20th 55 Delancey Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. Phone: Rittenhouse 622516226 RAYMOND L. MAYHEW FLOWERS Ee? GREETING CARDS 3640 North Broad Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. LOUIS YELLIN, Inc. 825 East Allegheny Avenue MAKERS and FITTERS of SURGICAL and ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES NEB. 1111 Bell: Stevenson 3680 Keystone: Park 1194 JAMES E. TAGUE 86 CO. INCORPORATED LUMBER YARD INDUSTRIAL - IOBBING Ninth below Columbia Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. WILLIAM I-I. BATTERSBY ' UNDERTAKER Broad St. above Westmoreland Philadelphia Bell Phone: Sagamore 2667-68 COMPLIMENTS OF STEVENSON BRO. 86 CO. 106-110 Race Street, Philadelphia VJHITE MINERAL OILS, PETROLATUM COTTONSEED OIL -- OLIVE OIL Beeswax, Parafline Wax, Sperrnaceti Wax Bell: LOMbard 3063 Keystone: MAIN 14165446 SPECTER 86 FADDIS Wholesale Dealers in FRUITS and PRODUCE Ships, Hotels. Restaurants and Institutions Supplied 313 S. SECOND STREET COMPLIMENTS OF CROWN COAT, APRON and TOWEL SERVICE COMPANY Broad at Tioga Philadelphia, Pa. BERNARD'S PHARMACY 15th and Tioga Streets A Tl-IE OHIO CHEMICAL 86 MFG. CC. 3623-25 Brandywine Street, Philadelphia, Pa. NITROUS OXID OXYGEN Oxygen Therapy Equipment I-Ieidbrink Gas Machines and Accessories TEMPLE FLORAL SHOP NORTH PI-IILADELPI-IIA'S MOST OUTSTANDING FLORIST CORSAGES and CUT FLOWERS 3508 N. Broad St. Rad. 3645 EOR QUALITY and SERVICE EPPLEY'S PHARMACY Cor. W. Westmoreland 86 15th Streets TIOGA FOOD MARKET FRESH MEATS, oRocER1Es and PRoDuCE N. W. cor. 15th and Tioga streets FREE DELIVERY Rad. sm Acknowledgments The production of an annual of the quality to which Temple University Efleclical School has hecome accustomed is not the worlc ol any single person or group. The taslc is too great and the Clith- culties too numerous to he unclertalten solely lay students. There must he guidance hy men experienced in the specialized worlc of yearlooolc production. The statt this year has heen particularly fortunate in having the pleasant and capable cooperation of such men. VX7e wish to aclcnowleclge our indebtedness to lvlr. Vvoro of Sarony Studios and Eflessrs. Orviile Stamlbaugh, Cyril Saylor and Austin VX7hitney of the Campus Pulolishing Company. We hope that the high standard of HThe Slcullu in the future will he maintained by securing the guidance of these men. ' "PIERRE UNIFORMSH QUALITY INTERN SUITS 224-226 South Eleventh Street l PHILADELPHIA, PA. You Are Entitled to the Best . . . Insist on Pierre's to Be Sure You Get It EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED TO GIVE COMPLETE SATISFACTION BESI' Wishes IEFOH7 H76 MENU!!-aCfUf9f5 of 0 BENZEDRINE INHALER 0 BENZEDRINE SOLUTION 0 BENZEDRINE SULFATE TABLETS 0 PENTNUCLEOTIDE 0 Accepted by the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry of the American Medical Association SMITI-I, KLINE 8g FRENCH LABORATORIES PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA ESTABLISHED 1841 OLLY MADISON ICE CREA O O DARLENE ICE CREAM PI-HLA. DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. Fourth and Poplar St reets Philadelphia, Pa. SHARP Sv. DOHME Pharmaceuticals Biologicals 'K "FOR THE CONSERVATION OF LIFE" Your Surgical Store . . . INVITES YOU TO SEE THE LATEST IN MEDICAL EQUIPMENT SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS SHORT WAVE APPARATUS ULTRAfVIOLET LAMPS BASAL METABOLORS ELECTROCARDIOGRAPI-IS ELUOROSCOPES XfRAY APPARATUS MICROSCOPES LABORATORY EQUIPMENT 'ir All on Display in Philadelphia's Most Beautifully Appointed Showrooms at J. BEEBER COMPANY 1109 Walnut Street 838 Broadway Philadelphia, Pa. New York City Kingsley 0646 Algonquin 4-3410 I ACROSS the YEARS -FROM BABYHOOD TO MOTHER' HOOD VITAMIN D Milk is especially important. The baby requires it to build growing bonesg to help make teeth hard and Soundg to build a healthful, beautiful body. In girlhood Vitamin D is needed. During maternity it is demanded to help maintain motheris teeth and bones while she is nourishing her baby. Wise doctors reef ommend ARISTOORAT Vitamin D Milk -the improved food-drink. SCOTT-POWELL THE ARISTOCRAT DAIRY 45th and Parrish Eve. 1234


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