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

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as the silvery moist rose tor plucking alluring tempts hesitant fingers it draws us towards itself magnetized blindly seeking yet so truly coursed the white bird amidst a blue vastness winging here there but always to perch what power is this that leads us where we want yet we know not how nor when many thanks to ann carol charlie joan linda and nancy the editorsthe student body registration 6 lecturesand laboratoriesYear s°Ph (•Dor orrio re e I ®ctures and labs) 8till finally 9junior year! (no more labs) 10'; UMU» issss ‘ :«srr; Pink and Blue—School colors senior year (at last) 129higher magnification 14a closer view Jan. 2—Or. Lorber will quiz on The Gridiron Syndrome May 31—Dr. Kern will quiz on Care of the Dying July 4—Dr. Shore will quiz on Chronic Alcoholism Dec. 25—Dr. Kern will quiz on Medicine in the Tropics16sleepers 17throughand back to with a few constantsUImI other constants the places where we learned Temple University School of Medicinef . I Temple University Hospitaladministration WILLIAM N. PARKINSON B.S., M.D., M.Sc., (Med) Sc.D., F.A.C.S., Ed.D., LL.D. DeanHOWARD W. BAKER A.B., M.D. Medical Director ROBERT LIVINGSTON JOHNSON A.B., LLD., L.H.D. Presidentwe, the class of 1956, dedicate this book to ... 24Initial impressions are often lasting ones. We of the graduating class retain, even now, an image of Morton J. Op-penheimer striding rapidly down the aisle in 316, a hospital gown flung over his ever visible undershirt, to deliver those memorable lectures in neurophysiology. We recall being introduced to the new and confusing realm of conditioning stimuli, utilization time, action potential, and chronaxie; the short, stocky figure of Dr. Oppenheimer all the while pacing back and forth restlessly from rostrum to blackboard in front of us. We were always a full page behind him and losing ground steadily, but sensed even then the remarkable couplet of unique mind and boundless drive that comprises his personality and is his trade-mark. Although introduced to him in the lecture room, we came to know him in the laboratory where he devoted as much or more of his time to our projects as did any of his assistants. Hardly a day passed that did not find him moving among us inserting a cannula, adjusting a kymograph, injecting an anesthetic, or discussing some fine point with a group of students. Dr. Oppenheimer's manner was ever friendly and informal, his words brief and to the point, his management of our learning well planned and executed. Little wonder, then, that we recall him as in charge of us yet one of us at the same time. It is with little doubt that we remember him as one of the most dynamic forces behind our progress along the often rocky road to pre-clinical knowledge. A teacher is judged, however, not only by his students but by his superiors. Dr. William N. Parkinson, Dean of our medical school, has said of Dr. Oppenheimer: "Temple University is justifiably proud of Dr. Oppenheimer; proud because he is a Temple graduate, proud because he is nationally recognized in the field of medical education as an able teacher who also has great ability in the field of investigation. You are fortunate to have him as a professor and you do well in dedicating the 1956 yearbook to him." A teacher who is, in addition, an investigator is measured by his co-workers. One of these, Dr. Thomas M. Durant, Professor of Medicine stated recently, "perhaps the most amazing thing about Dr. Oppenheimer is his remarkable versatility. Although fundamentally a basic science man, he has an uncanny awareness of the clinical significance of his findings and a never ending willingness to participate in their development to the clinical level. He remains, moreover, one of the most modest men I have ever known despite his great accomplishments." MORTON J. OPPENHEIMER, A.B., M.S., M.D. Professor, and head of the Deportment of Physiology 25Dr. Oppenheimer was bom in Philadelphia and received his elementary training at the Edwin H. Fitler public school. Following secondary schooling at Germantown High, he matriculated at Ursinus College from which he graduated in 1927 with honors in chemistry. He then worked for a year as a control chemist with the E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Company in Philadelphia and Elizabeth, New Jersey. In 1928 Dr. Oppenheimer entered medical school, winning the faculty prize as Temple's most outstanding senior in 1932. A year of internship at Reading Hospital followed, after which he returned to Temple, starting as an instructor in the department he currently heads. It was then that Dr. Oppenheimer's career in the fields of physiological and pharmacological education and research really got underway. Attendance at the Temple University Institute of Physiology, begun in 1933, was supplemented by summers at Harvard under the direction of Dr. Walter B. Cannon during which certain properties of smooth muscle and chemical mediators were investigated. In 1938 he received Masters in Education from Temple, accompanied by the Gold Medal for the finest thesis. The years passed and Dr. Oppenheimer advanced up the ladder of faculty responsibility. This progress culminated, in 1944, in a full professorship and appointment as Head of the Department of Physiology. The summers of these later years were spent at the Mayo Clinic's Institute of Experimental Medicine in association with Dr. Frank C. Mann, where new concepts of bowel motility and liver functionwere being studied. He received further recognition in 1950 when named medical honor graduate of the year by his Alma Mater. In 1934 he married Margaret B. O'Tanyi of Philadelphia. This union was blessed by the arrival of a boy, Philip, in 1938 and a girl, Margaret, born in 1940. The Oppenheimers and their children currently reside in Norristown, Pa. Despite numerous research and faculty commitments Dr. Oppenheimer has maintained active membership in the following societies and professional organizations: The American Physiological Society; Fellowship in the American Assn, for Advancement of Science; Alpha Omega Alpha; Sigma Xi (President); The Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine; The Philadelphia Physiological Society (former President); and the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. Posterity undoubtedly will respect even more than the above achievements his contributions to scientific literature wjiich already includes authorship or co-authorship of more than thirty-eight original articles which have appeared over the years in leading scientific and medical periodicals. Moreover, the development of the electrokymograph for the study of heart border motion and the use of the image amplifier with closed c. -ait telev s i projection were developed here at Temple during Dr. Oppenheimer's tenure. This, then, to date, is the measure of a truly fine productive Man of Science. We of the class of 1956 fondly dedicate our yearbook to Morton J. Oppenheimer, Professor and Head of the Department of Physiology. 27professors emeritus Jesse O. Arnold, M.D., F.A.C.S. Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics G. Mason Astley, M.D. Emeritus Professor of Surgery W. Wayne Babcock, A.M., M.D., LL.D., F.A.C.S. Emeritus Professor of Surgery J. Garrett Hickey, M.D. Emeritus Professor of Physiology William C. Pritchard, M.D. Emeritus Professor of Anatomy William Egbert Robertson, M.D., F.A.C.P. Emeritus Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine John B. Roxby, M.D. Emeritus Professor of Anatomy Melvin A. Saylor, B.S., M.D. Emeritus Professor of Physiological Chemistry William A. Steel, B.S., M.D., F.A.C.S. Emeritus Professor of Principles of Surgery W. Hersey Thomas, B.A., M.D., F.A.C.S. Emeritus Professor of Urology Matthew S. Ersner, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S. Emeritus Professor of Oto-Rhinology 28faculty 29 JOHN FRANKLIN HUBER, A.B., M.A., M.D., Ph.D. Professor and Head of the Depr. of Anatomy "When you think of lung, think of me." DONALD L. KIMMEL, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. "Here's something to hong your hot on, fellers." M. NOBLE BATES, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Don't ask him a question 15 minutes before lunch. 30MARY ELLEN and JOHN D. HARTMAN, M.D. "It's not our page; we can't answer those questions." J. ROBERT TROYER, M.D. Kid anatomy from Syracuse 31 RICHARD LACATA, M.D. "Vivo Lacota!"ROBERT H. HAMILTON, M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Professor ond Heod of the Dept, of Physiological Chemistry "Eighty-five percent of the answers to my questions con be found in textbooks." ROBERT C. BALDRIDGE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Pleasant interlude HOWARD W. ROBINSON, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. First man to titrate milk. JONATHAN H. ClllY, B.S., He can't say no. biochemistry Ph.D. "Cook Book" JOSEPH H. BOUTWEU, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.D. '' lose more technicians crossing the valley with stat transaminases." 32 physiology ESTHER M. GREISHEIMER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. "Ohh . . . Don't let Him see you do Ihatl" E. A. OHLER, Ph.D. New Man Professor and Head of the Dept, of Physiology Our subject, os you oil know, is physiology . . . now, how can I say that another way?" MORTON J. OPPENHEIMER, JEROME M. WALDRON, M.D. "Everyone knows that the descending colon is the osc-ending colon.” 33bacteriology THEODORE G. ANDERSON, PhB., Ph.D. 'Some day Brown will lead the Ivy League." ANTHONY J. LAMBERTI, B.S., M.S. rt.mrtnr af Affairs—Par Excellence EARLE H. SPAULDING, B.A., Ph.D. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Microbiology "Those eyes ore the eyes of . . ." "You mean that's in the water we drink?" 34 MORTON KLEIN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. The only man in the world who can talk to the pigeons KENNETH M. SCHRECK. B.S., M.D. The Quiet Manpharmacology J. RICHARD R. BOBB, A.B., M.D. Students' best friend DEAN A. COLLINS, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Pharmacology We missed you ROGER W. SEVY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. The one intern who know how to prescribepathology r ERNEST E. AEGERTER, A.B., B.5., M.D., F.A.C.P. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Pathology "By what insane flight of fancy you created a diagnosis of . . EDWIN S. GAULT, M.D., F.C.A.P. "Has evorybody seen Nana?” AUGUSTINE R. PEALE, A.B., M.D., M.S. "The Chief withholds only the pertinent information in tho C.P.C." Making book on the CPC JAMES B. AREY, B.S., M.B., M.D., M.S., Ph.D. M.S., Ph.D. "I'm sure you know this better than I do, but . . 36Also making book on the CPC WILLIAM N. CAMPBELL, M.D. Coffee Hour Conference LESTER RAUER, M.D. "We're way ahead of schedule; just cover 50 slides today." STEPHEN M. HANSON, M.D. Gross specimen SMITH AND GAULT U II 37obstetrics and gynecology J. ROBERT WILLSON, M.D., M.S. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Obstetrics and Gynecology They used o call him “Bushy Bob" until the resident used I.V. pit and High Forceps CLAYTON T. BEECHAM, B.S., M.D. "Cancer is a philosophical problem." ISADOR FORMAN, M.D. "I believe the fern test is the answer to early diagnosis of an astrocytoma." ELSIE REID CARRINGTON, A.B., M.D., M.S. "We have found a 2 mg. percent drop in the blood sugar in the grandchildren of 4,000 diabetics." J. MARSH ALESBURY, M.D. "So I says to old Pete Chamberlain, Pete, I says . . ." 38LEWIS KARL HOBERMAN, M.D. Koep your hand on that belly for half an hour—that's 30 minutes. Doc." JAMES P. QUINDLEN, M.A., M.D. The daddy of O.B.D. ALBERT KALODENER, M.D. "Up at Albert Einstein Northern Division . . ." TERRY HYASHI, M.D. "June 14th, the woman's bleeding, and no resident to call." HEATH D. BUMGARDNER, M.D. OS's answer to Hollywood Sat. Morning Lecture JOHN P. EMICH, B.S., M.D.. M.S. "Beech is in Bermuda." FRANK S. DEMING, B.S., M.D., M.S. Obstetrics in a genial mannerpediatrics WALDO E. NELSON, A.B., M.D., F.A.A.P. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Pediatrics The Grandaddy of them all JOHN B. BARTRAM, B.S., M.D., F.A.A.P. The pediatrician's Will Rogers VICTOR C, VAUGHAN, III, A.B., M.D., F.A.A.P. That magic touch ROBERT H. HIGH. A.B., M.D., M.S. "I don't care what I said in the lecture, mercury causes achrodynia." NORMAL KENDALL, M.D., M.S., F.A.A.P. Calm, cool, and collected 40HELEN REARDON, M.D. Constipation? HENRY BAIRD, M.D. Mom'i the word RICHARD OLMSTEAD, B.A., M.D. The Saint of Saint Christopher's C.'ROBERT E. WELLS, B.S., M.D., M.S. Innocent murmur A. McELFRESH, M.D. "Gentlemen, did you hear the one about ..." DR. KIRKPATRICK "He even looks like Chamberlain." NANCY N. HUANG, B.S., M.D. "Cissic-Fibrozido-Pankiss—in Yin finis" ANGELO M. DiGEORGE, B.A., M.D., M.S. "What do you mean, Post Menopausal Precocious Puberty?" W 41surgery W. EMORY BURNETT, A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S. Professor ond Head of the Dept, of Surgery Nobody's prose is bettor than Moso's GEORGE P. ROSEMOND, B.S., M.D., M.S., F.A.C.S. Vital capacity—two fifths VINCENT LAUBY, M.D. Wo come to the Mecca H. TAYLOR CASWELL, B.S., M.D., M.S., F.A.C.S. Mr. Universe 42J JOHN V. BLADY, B.S., M.D., F.I.C.S. Creator of Andy Gumps ROBERT M. BUCHER, M.D., M.S. The students' surgeon OCTAVIUS P. LARGE, M.D.. Forget everything I've told you; I don't have a question in the exam. JOHN R. MINEHART, A.B., M.D. "Lymphatics follow veins" R. ROBERT TYSON. M.D., M.S. Smiley 43RICHARD A. KERN, A.B., M.D., Ll.D., Sc.D., F.A.C.P. Mu mu bu bu kala azar tsutsu sodoku sis boom bah JOHN LANSBURY, M.D., C.M., M.S., F.A.C.P. The definitive article, gentlemen, is in this month's iss-uo of Tiss-ue ... I wrote it." HARRY SHAY, M.D., F.A.C.P. "If you understand the ulcer mechanism, you just know how to treat it— Sippy diet, I guess." medicine THOMAS M. DURANT, B.S., M.D., F.A.C.P. "My questions are designed to make you think: how many grams of fat in a five-cenl Hershey bar?" ISADORE W. GINSBURG, M.D. "We'll cover treatment in my next lecture—six months from now." 44LOUIS A. SOLOFF, BA., M.D., F.A.C.P. What Dr. Durant meant to say was . . GEORGE E. FARRAR, M.D., F.A.C.P. "Thom thoro vitamin deficiencies is roro birds." BERTRAM J. CHANNICK, B.A., M.D. "Great balls of fire" GEORGE E. MARK, JR., B.S., M.D., F.A.C.P. "Don't bother to lake off your overcoat, I'll examine you this way." EDWARD WEISS, M.D., F.A.C.P. Severe substernal pain radiating down left arm: diagnosis—guilt complex." STANLEY H. LORBER, A.B., M.D. "When I soy hostile, I mean hostile!" CHRIS J. D. ZARAFONETIS, B.A., M.D., M.S., PABA ABAP spelled backwards . . . ROBERT N. COHEN, M.D. "Primo non nocere—above all, don't kill the poor bastard."HUGO ROESLER, M.D. "Oh, my aching back" LOUIS TUFT, M.D. Louis the Bolt CHARLES R. SHUMAN. B.A., M.D., M.S. "Mmm . . . lot's cut her dose one unit stat." WILLIAM A. STEIGER, M.D. "Rule out alcaptonuria, cystinuria, ochronosis, and insecurity." NORMAN LEARNER, M.D. "Notice, all three feet are cold and clammy." HOWARD N. BAIER, B.S., M.D., M.S. "This disease isn't at all serious— whatever it is."HAROLD L. HYMAN, M.D., M.S. “Caused by a mile bite from a house mouse." JACOB ZATUCHNI, A.B., M.D., M.S. “In the Samoan Journal of Medicine, June 1955, there is an article" EMANUEL M. WEINBERGER, B.A., M.D. "You done a belly pneumo, Doc, and why not?"- DONALD J. OTTENBERG, M.D., M.S. "Repeat the P.F. film." S. PHILIP BRALOW, B.S., M.D., M.S. "This is my day for rounds, not Dr. Kern's" 47 SEYMOUR M. SHORE, B.A., M.D. Just maintain the nutrition."W. EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN, B.A., M.D., F.A.C.R., F.A.C.P. Professor and Head of the Dopt. of Radiology 'It all began when I got my first tinker toy.” ROBERT ROBBINS, A.B., M.D. " haven't looked at an x-ray in 15 years.” radiology HERBERT M. STAUFFER, A.B., M.D., M.S. Shadow Shadow on the wall • Hey Bob—"oko uplorthopedics ARTHUR F. SEIFER, M.D., M.S. Cagney in a plaster cast HOWARD H. STEEL, A.B., M.D. Old' Stainless JOHN R. MOORE, A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Orthopedics Hyperkinetic Oricularis JOHN W. LACHMAN, A.B., A friend in need M.D. psychiatry O. SPURGEON ENGLISH, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.P.A. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Psychiatry A. VICTOR HANSEN JR., B.S., M.D., M.S. "If you give her any more treatment, she'll really be crazy." STUART M. FINCH, A.B., M.D., M.S. "I've never seen a hundred percont mature person, and I look into the mirror every time I shave " WALTER F. CHAR, M.D. "In analysis we'd use flee association." 50i O. EUGENE BAUM, A.B., M.D. The story of G.l. Joe 4 « ELEANOR A. STEELE, A.B., M.D. "I'd offer an opinion, but I don't want to offend anybody." MORRIS BRODY, M.D. "Didn't Dr. English teach you anything?" JOHN M. RHOADS. B.S., M.D., M.S. 'Try her on phenobarb, and if that doesn't work, we’ll use lobotomy." HERBERT FREED, M.D. "Gentlemen, even I perspire and sweat in front of an audience." 51 WILLIAM S. ROBBINS, A.B., M.D. "I know this case; he's a relative."neurosurgery MICHAEL SCOTT, B.S., M.S., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S. "No, Dr., you don't treat papillary edema with a lumbar tap." FREDERICK MURTAGH, JR., M.D., M.S. "For that very sharp answer you receive a gift certificate for prefrontal lobotomy." HENRY WYCIS, B.S., M.D., M.S., F.A.C.S. "Adolph, couldn't I do that at 34 degrees and 2 mm. rather than 36 degrees and 3 mm.?" 52neurology ALEXANDER SILVERSTEIN, M.D. "What else comes to mind besides 4 years of medical school when you see loss of associative movements?" SHERMAN F. GILPIN, B.S., M.D. Clinical Professor of Neurology "What do you mean Tabes; he has a better Romberg than I do." anesthesiology Leroy W. Krumperman, M.D Professor and Head of the Dept, of Anesthesiology Mr. Sandman 53HARRY E. BACON, B.S., M.D., Sc.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S., F.A.P.S., F.R.S.M. Professor and Head of the Depf. of Proclology "Smoke, smoke, smoke that cigarette." proctology "Now whore did I put that?' SAMUEL W. EISENBERG, A.M., M.D. His is but a narrow scopeurology laryngology and bronchoesophagology CHEVALIER L. JACKSON, A.B., W.D., M.S., F.A.C.S. 55 Professor and Head of the Dept, of Laryngology and Bronchoesophagology Junior KYRJl B. CONGER, A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S. "The only thing she doesn't hove is prostatism."; LL.D. JOHN A. KOLMER, M.S., M.D., D.P.H., Sc. F.A.C.P., F.A.C.D. Professor of Medicine and Director of the Institute of Public Hoalth and Preventive Medicine "love is blind, syphilis hos 2 Vs." public health preventive medicine ENT MATTHEW S. ERSNER, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S. "There are 14 causes: I'll give you 3 now, and ihe other 8 later." DAVID MYERS, M.D., F.A.C.S. Now it's Uncle David 56dermatology legal medicine MR. FOULKROD, LL.D. This is the best course in the countcy despite the vastly underpaid lecturer." ophthalmology CAROLL S. WRIGHT, B.S., M.D. Professor and Head of the Dept, of Ophthalmology Skin Deep GLEN G. GIBSON, M.D. "A religious holiday is no excuse for cutting my class." Professor and Head of the Dept, of OphthalmologyDR. KIMMEl et a I See that little dingus in there, cut that and everything smells purple. DRS. DURANT and STAUFFER and friend. u . DRS. WYCIS and SPIEGEL White to play and checkmate in 3. DR. KERN "Home is the sailor, home from the sea. . DRS. GINSBURG and ZARAFONETIS But Chris, the serum succotash is too .high for acute granulocytic, I think it's just plain hiccoughs." DRS. STEIGER ond HANSEN The path report on that phobia came back squamous CA. DR. BACON The latest approach to brain surgery.A J A | Edward Victor Adlin, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Phi Delta Epsilon Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Albert Einstein Medical Center, Northern Division 60George Albert Albright, B.S. Crafton, Pa. Franklin and Marshall Phi Chi Babcock Surgical Society A.O.A. Internship Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Md. 61 Robert R. Armstrong, A.B. Maplewood, N. J. Dartmouth College Christian Medical Society Internship Eastern Maine General Hospital, Bangor, Me. 62 Jean and BobDonald Eugene Basom, B.S. Harrisburg, Pa. Franklin and Marshall Phi Chi Internship Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 63 Joanne, Scott DonWilliam Arthur Beck, B.S., in Medicine Hutchinson, Minn. Concordia Jr. College Jamestown College University of North Dakota Phi Beta Pi Internship Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Pa. 64H. Dwight Bikle, A.B. Fayetteville, Pa. Gettysburg College Internship Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 65 Horry, Leah, Kathy, Steve, SharonRobert Paul Blume, B.A., M.A. Liz Bob Pittsburgh, Pa. Yale University Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 66William Monroe Boger, B.S. Lebanon, Pa. Haverford College Alpha Kappa Kappa Recording Sect. Treas. Internship Allentown Hospital, Allentown, Pa. 67 Bill LouiseJohn H. A. Bomberger III, B.S. Philadelphia, Pa. Trinity College Phi Beta Pi President 1955-1956 Internship U. S. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.Richard Alan Buckwalter, B.S. Philadelphia, Pa. Ursinus College Phi Beta Pi Internship The Lankenau Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Phyllis Dick 69LeRoy J. Byerly Franklin and Marshall College Phi Chi Judge Advocate 1954-1955 Trees. 1955-1956 Internship U. S. Naval Hospital, St. Albons, N. Y. 70Jason Luther Campbell, B.S., A.B. Newcastle, Del. Texas A and M University of Delaware Phi Rho Sigma Internship Delaware Hospital, Wilmington, Del. 71Edward Augustus Chasteney III, B.A. Wynnewood, Pa. Williams College Class Officer Vice-President 1954-1955 Phi Chi Interfraternity Council, Chairman Internship The lankenau Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 72Alphonse U. Clement, Jr., B.S. Brooklyn, New York Notre Dame Phi Chi Class Treas. Junior Year Internship Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 73 Adrienne, Ardith and AlJames R. Clifford, B.S. Corry, Pa. Grove City College Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship Allentown Hospital, Allentown, Pa. 74Samuel William Clipp, B. S. Philadelphia, Pa. Trinity College Phi Beta Pi Internship U. S. Naval Hospital, Newport, R. I. 75wsggm Raymond G. Cornell, A.B. Dee, Karen Ray W. Brownsville, Pa. Washington and Jefferson College Internship Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich. 76Charles William Delp, Jr., B. S. Saint Claire, Pa. V.M.I. Pennsylvania State University Phi Chi Presiding Junior 1955 Presiding Senior 1955 Sophomore Class Treas. Junior Class Historian Internship Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 77 Millie ChuckJohn Z. Delp, A.B. Camden, N. J. University of Pennsylvania Phi Chi Alpha Omega Alpha Babcock Surgical Society Internship The Delaware Hospital, Wilmington, Del. Joyco John 78Joseph C. Donnelly, Jr., A.B. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Phi Chi Sect 1954-1955 Sophomore Class President Skull Staff 1955 S.A.M.A. Vice-President 1954-55 President 1955-56 National Executive Councilor 1955-56 Internship Thomas M. Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital, Darby, Pa. 79Eugene Valentine Martin Donohoe IL B.A. Joan Gene Philadelphia, Pa. LaSalle College Phi Alpha Epsilon Cosmos and Damian Society Skull photographer Internship St. Joseph's, Phoenix, Ariz. 80James Kirk Drennen, Jr., B.S. Grove City, Pa. Grove City College Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 81 KirkStephen John Dubel, B.S. Irvington, N. J. Rutgers University Babcock Surgical Society Freshman Class Trees. Internship Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Conn. 82 Steve, Verna DianaJohn Ridgway Durant, A.B. Gladwyne, Pa. Swarthmore College University of Michigan Phi Rho Sigma Alpha Omega Alpha Vice-President 1954-55 Pres. 1955-56 Babcock Surgical Society Sec. Treas. 1954-55 Pres. 1955-56 Internship Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Conn. 83 Ruth JohnJoseph H. Engle, B.S. Grantham, Pa. Messiah College Dickinson College Internship Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 84 June, Joe, Ardyt JoonWalter Evans English, Jr., B.S. Philadelphia, Pa. Maryville College, Tenn. Phi Chi Internship The Reading Hospital, Reading, Pa. 85Nelson L. Entwistle, B.S. Blossburg, Pa. Mansfield State Teacher's College Sigma Zeta Christian Medical Society Internship Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 86 Nelson EleanorHerbert Eveloff, A.B. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple Univ. Phi Delta Epsilon Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Mt. Sinai, Miami Beach, Fla. 87Carl Vincent Fasano, A.B. Port Washington, N. Y. Johns Hopkins Univ. Phi Beta Pi Art Editor Skull, 1956 Internship Northeastern, Philadelphia, Pa. 88Gordon Bernard Fink, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple Univ. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship Temple University Hospital 89David Garrison Fluharty, Jr., B.A. Jane, Piper Dave Pittsburgh, Pa. Lehigh Univ. Phi Beta Pi C.M.S. Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Graduate Hospital, Univ. of Pennsylvania 90Gilbert A. Friday, B.S. Crafton, Pa. Bucknell Univ. Phi Chi Babcock Surgical Society Senior Class Vice-Pres. Alpha Omega Alpha Business Manager Skull 1956 Internship Philadelphia General Hospital 91Thomas Leo Geib, B.S. West Bend, Wis. Univ. of Wisconsin Phi Chi Internship Milwaukee County Hospital, Milwaukee, Wise. 92Fred Herman Gloeckner, Jr., A.B. 93 Conshohocken, Pa. Princeton University Alpha Kappa KappaArthur Erwin Gordon, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Phi Delta Epsilon Treas. 1954-55 Vice-Pres. 1955-56 Alpha Omega Alpha Babcock Honorary Surgical Society Skull Staff Internship Albert Einstein Medical Center, Northern Division, Philadelphia, Pa. 94 Joanne ArtHerschel W. Gordon, A.B. Beaver Falls, Pa. Brown Univ. Phi Delta Epsilon Vice-President 1954-1955 President 1955-1956 Temple Univ. Medical Center Bulletin Student Editor Junior Class President Internship Univ. of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 95Lawrence Leslie Grove, B.S. Franklin, Pa. Allegheny College Phi Rho Sigma Internship The Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, Del. Nancy, Larry Larry 96Clarke Turner Harding, Jr., A.B. Hillside, N. J. Cornell University Phi Beta Pi Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Fitzsimons Army Hospital, Denver, Colo. 97 Nancy, Clarke III, ClarkeChauncey R. Headley, A.B. Washington, Pa. Washington and Jefferson College Phi Beta Pi Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Washington Hospital, Washington, Pa. 98Guy William Heder Montebello, California U.C.L.A. U.S.C. Internship Southern Pacific Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 99 Kathy, Joyce, Guy, Donnie, Craig JimmieRichard Frank Hench, B.S. Harrisburg, Pa. Pennsylvania State Univ. Phi Alpha Sigma President Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Walter Reed Army Hospital 100Robert Nathanial Henderson, BA. Pittsburgh, Pa. University of Virginia Phi Alpha Sigma House Manager 1953 Vice-President 1954-55 Internship St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lafayette, Ind. 101 Bob, Frances GaleMark A. Hennessey Scranton, Pa. University of Scranton Phi Chi Internship Temple University Hospital 102 Mark, Jeanne HelenHarold Herman, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple Univ. Phi Delta Epsilon Skull Staff (Art and Photography) Vice-President Freshman Class American Chemical Society Internship Albert Einstein Medical Center, Northern Division, Philadelphia, Pa. 103 Ethel HalFrank Benton Herzel, Jr., B.A. St. Petersburg, Pa. Haverford College Phi Rho Sigma Treasurer Internship The Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, Del. 104James Stokes Hewson, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Yale Univ. Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship Mary Fletcher Hospital, Burlington, Vt. 105 Nancy, Jim, Polly, AnneWillis Showers Hock, B.A. Wilmington Delaware University of Delaware Phi Rho Sigma Internship Temple University Hospital 106Sidney A. Hollin, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple Univ. Phi Delta Epsilon Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Temple University Hospital 107 SidClyde LeRoy Holmberg, A.B. Brookville, Pa. Washington and Jefferson College Internship Temple University Hospital 108 Carolyn, Clyde JeffreyEdwin H. Hopton, B.S. Franklin and Marshall Lancaster, Pa. Phi Chi Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 109Gerard Theodore Humma, B.S. Reading, Pa. Villanova College Phi Alpha Sigma Internship St. Joseph's Hospital, Reading, Pa. noRobert V. Jacobs, B.S. Somerset, Pa. Univ. of Pittsburgh Phi Beta Pi Internship Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital, Johnstown, Pa. Ill Pat, Sherry, Jonathan, BobR. Philip Johnsen, A.B. Warren, Pa. Univ. of Michigan Phi Beta Pi Internship Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, N. Y. 112Edgar Arnold Jones Hector's River, Jamaica, B.W.I. Haverford College Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship Univ. of California Hospital, San Francisco 113John Kalas, B.S. Daytona Beach, Fla. Stetson Univ. Phi Chi Internship Temple 114Harry A. Kaupp, Jr., B.S. Venfnor City, N. J. Muhlenberg College Phi Chi Internship Allentown Hospital, Allentown, Pa. 115 Gregory, Barboro, HarryGeorge Hamilton Keates, B.S. Muhlenberg College Phi Chi Sentinel 1952-56 Rushing Committee 1954-55 Internship Atlantic City Hospital 116Galen E. Keeney, B.S. McKnightstown, Pa. Juniata College Gettysburg College Internship Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 117 Naomi, Ruthie GalenRobert Metcalfe Kemp, B.S. Franklin and Marshall College Phi Rho Sigma Internship St. Joseph's Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. 118 Mary, Mary Ann, William, BobA. Richard Kendall, B.S. Philadelphia, Pa. Franklin and Marshall Phi Delta Epsilon Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Temple Univ. 119 Debbie, Amy DickHarvey David Klevit, A.B. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Phi Delta Epsilon Secretary—1954-1955 Senior Senator—1955-1956 Alpha Omega Alpha Skull Staff (Photography) Babcock Surgical Society Internship Fitzsimons Army Hosp., Denver, Col. 120 Jody, Rachel HarveyJames George Kornmesser, B.A. Western Springs, Illinois Denison University Phi Chi Internship University of Chicago Clinics, Chicago, Illinois 121William Henry Kreienberg, B.S. Floral Park, N. Y. Muskingum College Phi Alpha Sigma Internship The Genesee Hospital, Rochester, New York 122 Mary BillCharles Stuntz Krueger, B.S. Erie, Pa. Allegheny College Phi Rho Sigma Internship Hamot Hospital, Erie, Pa. 123 Mary ChuckWilliam Walter Lesh, A.B. Ellen, Bill, Linda, Susan Bill Jr. Wind Gap, Pa. Lafayette College Internship Valley Hospital, Tarentum, Pa. 124Marvin H. Lipkowitz, A.B. Steelton, Pa. Temple University Phi Delta Epsilon Babcock Surgical Society Internship Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 125 MarvCharles F. Llenza Pastrana, B.A. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Duke University University of Puerto Rico Phi Chi Medical Christian Society Internship Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital, Darby, Pa. 126S. Sava Macut, B.S. Enhaut, Pa. Lebanon Valley College Internship Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 127 Dotly SavaJames Frederick Madison, A.B. Altoona, Pa. Franklin and Marshall Internship Harriot Hospital, Erie, Pa. 128 Joan JimChester W. Mahon Jr., A.B. Chicago, III. University of Michigan Wheaton College Roosevelt Univ. Phi Rho Sigma Christian Medical Society Internship Tampa Municipal Hospital, Tampa, Fla. 129 Mary ChetBetty Lou Marchant, A.B. Drexel Hill, Pa. Denison University Alpha Epsilon lota Secretary, ,53-54 Vice President, '54-'55 Internship Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 130 De, Betty Lisa BethDeForrest Wynn Marchant, A.B. Drexel Hill, Pa. University of Pennsylvania Phi Chi Internship Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 131 De, Betty Lijo BethPhilip R. Martin, Jr., B.S. Sharon Hill, Pa. Penn State University Phi Beta Pi Internship Allentown Hospital, Allentown, Pa. Joon Phil 132Samuel B. McCarter, B.S. Franklin, Pa. Grove City College S.A.M.A. Treas. 1954-55 Internship Hamot Hospital, Erie, Pa. 133Marianne Borkey McEwen, B.S. Jacksonville, Fla. Ursinus College Alpha Epsilon lota Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Temple 134 Marianne HarryDarrell W. Mclndoe, B.S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny College Phi Rho Sigma Sect. 1954 Babcock Society Internship Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas 135 Carole, Sherri, Skip Wendy John M. Mead, B.A Opa-Locka, Fla. Antioch College Internship St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, D. C. 136Ralph Richard Messick, A.B. Beverly, N. J. Univ. of North Carolina Haverford College Alpha Kappa Kappa President 1954 Internship Abington Memorial Hospital 137 Nancy DickDurand Albert Metrione Jr., A.B.; M.S. Irvington, N. J. Drew University Rutgers University Internship Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, N. J. 138 Joan, Durand CleoBernhard Theodore Mittemeyer, B.S. Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana, S. A. Moravian College Phi Chi Skull Staff, Asst. Business Mgr. Treasurer Senior Class Internship Santa Barbara College Hospital, Santa Barbara, California 139 Pat, Jan BernieHazleton, Pa. University of Scranton Phi Alpha Sigma Babcock Surgical Society Internship Harrisburg Polyclinic, Harrisburg, Pa. 140 Dot JimJerry F. Naples, B.S. Flushing, N. Y. Florida Southern College Internship Nazareth Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 141 Mitzi, Kote, Jerry MicheleGerald G. Olson, A.B. Park Ridge, III. Williams College Phi Chi Internship Abington Memorial Hospital 142Winston R. Ortiz, B.A. San German, Puerto Rico Polytechnic Institute of Puerto Rico Phi Alpha Sigma Internship San Juan City Hospital, San Juon, Puerto Rico 143Rudolph Joseph Louis Panaro, B.S. Scranton, Pa. University of Scranton Phi Chi Internship St. Joseph's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 144 Ellen RudyMorton H. Perlman, A.B. Atlantic City, N. J. Temple University Phi Delta Epsilon Internship Jefferson Medical College 145 Esther, Dovid MortAlfred Edwin Policke, B.S. Springfield Gardens, N. Y. Muhlenberg College Christian Medical Society Vice-Pres. Soph year Pres. Junior year Internship St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, Pa. 146 Cornelia AlAnthony Joseph Puleo, A.B. Norristown, Pa. Univ. of Pennsylvania Phi Chi Alpha Omega Alpha Babcock Surgical Society Internship Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D. C. 147 Ernest William Rebollo, B.S. —7 Metuchen, N. J. Rutgers Univ. Phi Chi Cosmos and Damien Society Pres. 1953-54 Internship Temple U. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 148Donald Reid, B.S. Middletown, Pa. Lincoln University Elizabethtown College Internship Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 149 Alexander Rein, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Washington and Jefferson College Internship Northeastern Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 150Charles William Reninger, Jr., B.A.; M.A. Allentown, Pa. Haverford College Alpha Kappa Kappa President 1955-56 Vice-Pres. 1954-55 Social chairman 1952-53 Internship Allentown General Hospital 151jar Curtis L. Rentschler, B.S. St. Augustine, Florida Temple University University of Pennsylvania Phi Delta Epsilon Babcock Society Alpha Omega Alpha Skull Staff 1953-56 Photography Editor 1956 Internship Temple Universily Medical Center 152 Curt RosemaryBernard Francis Rice, B.A. West Lawn, Po. Albright College Phi Chi Internship Reading General Hospital, Reading, Pa. Joan Bob 153Bruce Harold Rice, A.B. Lafayette College Phi Chi Babcock Surgical Society Internship Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Md. 154Max Lee Ronis, B.S. Philadelphia, Pa. Muhlenberg College Phi Delta Epsilon Internship Temple U. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 155 Max, Mary CarolNathan Rosenbaum, A.B. Bridgeport, Conn. Syracuse University Internship Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 156 Nate and JoanGerald H. Rozan, B.A. Brooklyn, N. Y. Dartmouth Phi Delta Epsilon Internship Beth Israel Hospital, New York, N. Y. 157Peter Paul Ruseski, B.A.; M.S. Bridgeport, Conn. Phi Rho Sigma Internship St. Vincent's Hospital, Bridgeport, Conn. 158Carlos Salazar, B.A. Guatemala, Guatemala Johns Hopkins Phi Chi Internship Philadelphia General Hospital 159 Julie CarlosErwin L. Samuelson, B.S. West Fargo, North Dakota North Dakota State College University of North Dakota Moorhead State Teachers College Phi Beta Pi Internship U. S. Naval Hospital, Oceanside, Cal. Julie SamLeslie Jack Schoenfield, B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Phi Delta Epsilon Editor-in-Chief Skull 1956 Internship Temple University Hospital 161 Nancy LesRobert Roy Schweizer, A.B. Pennsauken, N. J. Gettysburg College Christian Medical Society Internship The Reading Hospital, Reading, Pa. 162George Showak, A.B. Saxonburg, Pa. Lafayette College Alpha Kappa Kappa Babcock Surgical Soc. Internship U. S. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 163Albert Norman Siegel, A.B.; M.S. Nutley, N. J. Indiana Univ. Jefferson Medical College Internship Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 164 Julie AlEdith F. Siegener, B.A. Haddon Heights, N. J. University of Pennsylvania Alpha Epsilon lota Freshman Class Sect. Senior Class Sect. Internship The Lankenau Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 165 Edie EdLaurence H. Snow, A.B. Great Neck, N. Y. Harvard Associate Editor Skull 1956 Internship Chelsea Naval Hospital, Boston, Mass. 166 Carol LarryDonald L. Snyder, B.S. Boiling Springs, Pa. Dickinson College Internship St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, Pa. 167 Joyce DonJerry Stiffel, A.B. Merion, Pa. Temple Univ. Phi Delta Epsilon Sophomore Class Vice Pres. Internship Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 168 Julie JerrySusan Marie Stormer, B.S. Altoona, Pa. Pennsylvania State Univ. Junior Class Secretary, 1954-1955 Alpha Epsilon lota Vice Pres. 1955-56 Alpha Omega Alpha Internship Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Pa. 169John Robert Sylvester, B.S. Beaver Falls, Pa. Geneva College Phi Rho Sigma Vice Pres. 1954-55 Internship McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport, Pa. 170 Petey JackPhyllis Ann Szolack, B.S. Twin Maple Farm Newtown, Pa. Penn State Univ. Secretary Sophomore Class Alpha Epsilon lota Secretary sophomore year Treasurer junior year President senior year Internship The Lankenau Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 171 Phyllis DickRichard Clark Templeton, B.S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Cornell University University of Pittsburgh Phi Chi Internship Genesee Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. 172Richard John Thomas, B.S. Bethlehem, Pa. Muhlenberg College Internship New Britain General Hospital, New Britain, Conn. 173 Claire Dick Francis M. Tiers Philadelphia, Pa. LaSalle College Phi Rho Sigma Internship Mt. Zion Hospital, San Francisco, Cal. Connie Frank 174Forrest Glenn Tompkins, A.B. Philipsburg, Pa. Washington and Jefferson College Phi Chi Internship The tankenau Hospital Philadelphia, Pa. 175 Dorothy ForrestGuy Bryan Townsend, B.S. West Lawn, Pa. U. S. Naval Academy Muhlenberg College Phi Alpha Sigma Secretary 1954-55 Babcock Surgical Society Internship U. S. Naval Hospital, Corona, Cal. 176Ernest Arthur Tremblay, B.S. San Jose, California U. of Southern California Arizona State College Penna. Military College Phi Rho Sigma Internship Chester Hospital, Chester, Pa. Dora, Sonny, Shelley Ernie 177J. Stewart Urban, B.A. Lyndhurst, N. J. Washington and Jefferson College Maryville College Phi Rho Sigma Internship Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, Pa. 178Donald Robert Weaver, B.S. Mercer, Po. Princeton Univ. Allegheny College Phi Rho Sigma Secretary Internship Hamof Hospital, Erie, Pa. 179 Jane DonPhilip D. Williams, Jr., A.B. Washington, Pa. Washington and Jefferson College Phi Beta Pi Internship Lankenau Hospital Philadelphia, Pa. 180Richard Hinckley Wolff, A.B. Bloomingdale, N. J. Newark Colleges of Rutgers Univ. Phi Beta Pi Internship Lankenau Hospital Philadelphia, Pa. 181Joseph Henry Wood, Jr., B.A. Philadelphia, Pa. LaSalle College Phi Alpha Sigma Internship U. S. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 182 Betty JoeGeorge Athanaseos Zazanis, B.S. New Castle, Pa. University of Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship Cook County Hospital, Chicago, III. 183 Julie GeorgeCharles Keller Zug IIL B.A. Bethlehem, Pa. Lehigh University Phi Chi Alpha Omega Alpha Babcock Surgical Society Internship St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, Pa. 184Huddle in IB—Blanchard calling signals Nice cost. Doc, but it's my left arm. "It soys here that the medical schools are bending over backwards to get students. . . ." " . . Will the wound dehiss? Will S. To,aI faf content under 40 gms. aureus put in his appearance despite the efforts of the valiant medical staff? For this and much more see tomorrow's exciting progress note. . "A TUR on a patient named Diana Low-son? ? ? Wait till Ronis hears this!" "I get no thrill here." "Never mind "Thot's on interesting diagnosis, doctor that, doctor, just listen to the heart." ... I double!" 185Which twin has the exophthalmus There we were ot 40,000 feet Former President What do you hear from Rio Piedras? Whot do you know — on elephant's testicles weigh 250 pounds (each?) That patient needs a craniotomy like a hole in the head. C. C. "(1) Lid Lag; (2) Heat intolerance; (3) Constipation" The head of John the Baptist 186Guess who Ummm . . . fascinating Oh God! How could I over put that answer down. Help! What's my line"The last heart with this contour was on a valentine card." The Oeon wants all medical students on their toes—they are raising the urinals three inches. 188Everything's all sell—Get the boys together" No, No! Typhoid Mary is not o song from South Pacific Whot's he doing out of his seat Come on Harold it can't be as obvious Will someone please come down and as all that. roll the table off my foot. "We made a short ensiform to pubis incision." 189 Wake me when the head's on the floor—No-No! The pelvic floor."The real laying of the cornerstone Ask him which anticholinergic to use Dinner at the Waldorf "Hi, Bernie" "Just understand these two facts and you know fluid balance" The new receiving ward? Alas, poor student, we knew him well. Oooh, look what I saw 190UNDERCLASSMENSpangler, Kameror, Dr. Kimmel and Mastrian Shivers, Maravalli, and Fichthorn Gold fine, Gerber and Giannopola 192 Agre and Abramson193m 194195 Constanta and FerrerComerci Duncor, Dr. Hartman, Kitfredge and Mitchell 196de Negron, Ferrer ond Brumbaugh Cooper, Friedman, Liebman Caspersen, Dr. Bates, Haag and Anderson 197Averbach, McGlumphy, Semple, Mignogno English, Amsler, Eller 198Glowocki, Hoag Smith, Liccordo and Egolt Gordon Constanza 199J. Demko, R. Crain W. Coolidge, R. Cofherman T. Shultz, J. Sheets D. Schaffer, P. Treitmon D. Swartz, J. Russell 200 G. Wright, G. Young, D. Westcott, G. Zatuchni J. Ickler, J. HoytDr. E. Gault, D. Sumerson, J. Udall T. Larson, J. Kyritsis D. Holmes, J. Kern S. Mackall, G. Levitz, D. McDonald C. McElwee, D. McDonoogh 201 H. Lerner, G. Leister G. Jacoby, J. LehmanJ. Moson, R. Torp, R. Shane C. Cinelli, P. Ernay E. Hagen, R. Hanes C. Door, M. Orff 202vPJi L. Kilks, R. Haymon R. Allingfon, R. Patterson P. Solnick, E. Tibbels G. Schmigge, W. Scheefz 203‘ n; W. Templin, R. Wasko T. Buzzard W. Harris, A. Herring R. Good, W. Harris 204R. Hollev, R. Hobermon J. Newmon, M. V. Ordway E. Sonner, F. T. Lock R. Nasko D. Neish, F. Naso, W. Meader 205A. Rudnick, A. Orlowski R. Bernhardt, R. Rachman H. Hardenberg, F. Nunan F. Emeterio, D. Dunklo L. Black, R. Balderson L. Wong 206D. Gafti, W. Friedman, M. Beach A. Novack, R. Mummery M. Reidenberg, G. Rhood R. McGowan R. McFarland 207A. Pileggi, R. Micotovage I. Robles Dr. C. Rello, D. Haut J. Nelson, R. Pelham H. Cornell, A. Herring, S. Dziwura, N. Hauser 208 W. Reed, R. Peterson M. DevineH. Fenner, F. Fink, J. Dempsey E. Freimuth, R. Fox M. Orff, C. Dorr J. Martin, W. Maier 209 R. Hussell J. Meyers and A. Nelson M. Holina, Y. Vodia and R. Hussell J. Peterson, W. Palmer Horrell M. Manko D. Greene 210S. Goodwin, E. Greones C. Grommes, D. Gaziliara A. Gordon R. Harney, B. H. Armon Getzik, Goldman B. Herman Heinig Grossman N. Horris, Greenstein 211Horrell P. Soraduke and R. G. Silva-Fort R. G. Silva-Fort and M. D. Lynn Donelan 212 William Courtney Robert Courtney213Drs. Joseph and Gentle James McDevitt, James Miller, and Robf. Mercado 214James Biemer anti Reid Binder Bob Krissinger and John King Vincent D'Andrea ABMC—CPC Conference Jack Helm and Dr. Carey 215lorry Krider and Nansen liu Dave Kohl and Fred Litwin I X. - Joe McLaughlin and Skip Moberg Al Martucci, Jim McDevitt and Roberto Mercado P. Saraduke, and Patient and Nurse Klotz and Kachel Reid Binder and James Biemer William Bradley and Donald Carlson Stirling Carpenter and Marvin Clark 216 Williom Bradley and Donald Corlson Robert Deck Henry Bialas and Santo Berenato Marvin Clark and Stirling Carpenter Henry Bialas and Santo Berenato Laurence Wildrick Elizabeth Tyson 217John Wheeler ond Vincent Tully Alvin Wheeler John Tredenick Vinconf Tully ond friend John Wheeler Alvin Wiener W. Sullivan, J. Toylor, and R. Stevenson AEMC—CPC Conference 218Tom Henry Dick Jones John Hughes Zelda Hurwitz Doug Hutson 219Left to Right, First Row: Bob Rice, Gil Friday, Les Schoenfield, Larry Snow, Harvey Klevit. Second Row: Harold Herman, Bernie Mittemeyer, Art Gordon. skull staff 220inter-fraternity council Alpha Kappa Kappa—Fred Entwistle Phi Alpha Sigma—Dick Hench Phi Beta Pi—Dick Jones Phi Chi—Ted Chasteney Phi Delta Epsilon—Gerry Pozan Phi Rho Sigma—Bill Courtney The Inter-Fraternity Council functions as a mediating group for problems encountered and social events sponsored by the collective fraternities. Its membership is composed of a representative from each of the fraternities of the campus and is under the able guidance of Dr. John F. Huber, Professor of Anatomy. The events under the direction of the council include the Smoker which is held in the Cafeteria at the opening of each year where Freshmen are introduced to members of the various Fraternities, organi2ation and supervision of rushing activities, and the annual Inter-Fraternity Dance which is held in the Spring. Second Row—Fred Entwiule, Dick Hench, Bill Courtney. First Row—Dick Jones, Ted Chastenty( Chairman), Gerry Rozan. 222AEI President—Phyllis Szolack Vice-President—Susan Stormer Treasurer—Elizabeth Tyson Recording Secretary—Enid Robles Corresponding Secretary—Fue Lon Wong Social Chairman—Betty Marchant Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Iota was established at the Temple University School of Medicine in 1948. The Chapter maintains a house at 1409-1411 West Ontario Street, where, despite not having a particularly large membership, a fervent interest and cooperation have always prevailed. Dr. Mary Ellen Hartman still continues as our active advisor and Dr. Esther Greish-eimer as our honorary advisor. To both of them we owe our gratitude for their never-ending interest in all our activities. This year, as in the past, the social program has been high-lighted by a fall open house, the traditional Christmas party, initiation ceremonies and a spring party, all of which were very successful. Loft to Right, Front Row: Mary Orff, Elizabeth Tyion, Fue Ion Wong. PhyIli Szolack, Susan Stormer, Edith Siegener. Bock Row: Doris Goldiborough, Patricia Fichthorn, Ingeborg Gruber, Jane Metz, Wilma Friedman, Marianne McEwen. Lois Dilk», Cecilia Poor, Agotho Coitanza. Member mining from pieturo: Betty Lou Marchant, Kathleen Ackerle, Joan Sapp Freimuth, Zelda Hurwitz Cohen, Enid Roblet, Either Oe Negron, Marie Mignogna. 223AKK OFFICERS President—Charles W. Reninger Vice-President—Doug Hutson Recording Secretary—Jack Allington Corresponding Secretary—James Kyritsis Treasurer—Bill Swartz Chaplain—Edward Sanner With the founding of the Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Kappa Kappa at Temple University in 1932, a new chapter was added to the second largest national medical fraternity. This was only the beginning. The fraternity, loaded with enthusiastic members, continued to grow not only in body, but also in social betterment and warm friendship. In 1946, a new house was occupied on 17th Street. The house, being one of the largest at Temple, provided ample room for expansion. The enthusiastic support of both members and alumni has resulted in a redecorated house with all the conveniences of home. Having such well-known alumni as Dr. Kolmer, Dr. Durant, Dr. Burnett, Dr. Nelson, Dr. Chamberlain, and many others, we have been fortunate to have contact with eminent men. They not only give a strong backbone to our fraternity, but also provide us with an added impetus and set before us a goal which at times seems unattainable, but nevertheless is there. Although not having a particularly large membership, we believe that a much stronger bond of friendship can be obtained by having a more intimate contact with fewer members. But whatever is lacking in numbers, is present in fervent interest and cooperation, and for that reason there are many activities during the school year. In addition to the monthly parties, the Christmas party, which is run by freshmen, and our annual alumni dinner are the highlights of the year. By combining scholarship with an atmosphere of friendliness and fraternal spirit, we believe that a well rounded physician will be the end product. This gain a leader, who will be an asset to it—not only for his ability to establish is our aim, for by producing a well rounded physician, the community will a more wholesome relationship with his patients. 224tint Row, loft to right; John Somerndike, Poul Swartz, Charles Reningcr, Doug Hutson, John Allington, Edward Sanner. Second Row: Paul Erway, Richard Middlekouff, Thomas Henry, Fred Entwistle, John Malinowski, Bertram Sosnow, Sidney Goldblatt, George Arnas, William Gutch. Third Row; Kirk Orennen, Fred Merkling, Robert Delisser, John Whcclor, William Gorlach, Al Di Nicolontonio. First Row, left to righti Jomos Kyritsis, George lazanis, George Showak, Bob Slume, Bill Boger, Dick Messick. Second Row: Garland Anderson, Francis Nunan, Emett Wilson, Richard Eller, Ira Rex, Jamos Yoder, Stephan Dziwura, Roger Good, Dwight Korn, William Allan, Frank Werner. Third Row: Richard Courtney, Robert Denby, William Tucker, David Dunkle, William Plovcan, Wil Meader, Harold Kretzing, Ward Bullock, John Freda. Not pictured: Jim Clifford, Richard Fox, Petor Giannopoulos, Fred Gloeckner, Edward Greaves, Jim Hewson, Robert Hollen, Arnold Jones, John King, Philip Kreider, Richard Roberts.AQA President—John Durant Vice-President—John Frohweln Alpha Omega Alpha is a national honorary medical society, and the only organization of its kind in the medical schools of North America. Inspired by and patterned after the Phi Beta Kappa undergraduate society, the first chapter was organized at the University of Illinois in 1902. Since that time sixty-eight chapters have been established in medical schools of the United States and Canada. The Pennsylvania Epsilon Chapter was organized at Temple University Medical School in 1950. The aims of the society are the promotion of scholarship and research, encouragement of high standards of character among students and graduates, and the recognition of high attainment in medicine and related fields. Regular members are students who have shown promise of leadership in medicine. Physicians and non-physicians who later have attained such leadership or havp gained unusual recognition in medicine and related fields may be elected. The chapter holds meetings at suitable intervals throughout the year. The outstanding function sponsored by the society is the annual lectureship followed by the formal initiation dinner. This year the chapter was privileged to have as their speaker Duncan Reid, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Harvard Medical School and Medical Director of Lying In Hospital. Dr. Reid spoke on "Diabetes in Pregnancy." 226Back Row, left to right: Dave Fluhorty, Sid Hollini, Ed Hopton. George Albright, Herb Eveloff, John Delp, Dick Honch, Art Gordon. Middle Row. Bob Gasull, Tony Puleu, Vic Adlin, Gil Friday, Bruce F. Rice, Dick Kendall, Clark Harding, Don Greene, Harvey Goldman, Dick Oi, Pete Headley. Front Row: Maryann McEwen, Charlie Zug, John Frohwein, John Durant, Harvey Klevit, Sue Stormer. 227babcock surgical society Babcock Surgical Society Honorary President—W. Wayne Babcock President—John Durant Secretary-Treasurer—Richard Oi Faculty Advisers Robert Tyson, Robert Bucher, Vincent Lauby The Babcock Surgical Society was founded on October 9. 1907 by seven medical students, admirers of the brilliant young surgeon. At present the society assembles bimonthly to hear papers presented by senior students on current surgical advancements and procedures. Members of the surgical staff attend these meetings and volunteer information from their personal experience to enhance the discussions. The membership of the society includes students who are chosen by the staff and members of the society on the basis of scholarship, personality and expressed interest in the society. The aims of the society are to promote an intellectual and entertaining discussion of new current practices in the field of surgery to promote fellowship and scholarship among the students of Temple University Medical School, and to provide meetings where the students and faculty can meet to fulfill these desires. As always the banquet, on Wednesday. April 8, which was held at the Alden Park Manor, was a great success. Dr. W. Edward Chamberlain delivered an excellent speech. 228Jop Rowr Charles Zug, Edward Hopton, George Albright, Richard Torp, Thomas Henry, John Wheeler. Middlm Row; John Somerndike, David Fluhorfy, Stephen Dubel, John Delp. Robert Wasko, Frank Moberg, Robert Gasull. Bottom Row: Gilbert Friday, Arthur Gordon, Richard Oi, John Durant, Harvey Klevit, Clark Harding. Back Row; Gerald Zatuchni, Norman Hauser, Vincent Fulginiti, James Biomor, Gene Levitz, Bob Hench. Middle Row: Guy Townsend, Skip Mclndoe, Dove Kohl, Dick Jones, John Frohwein, Donald Green, Bruce Rice, George Wright, Murray Miller, Jim Taylor, Nance Liu. Front Row: George Showock, Bob Rice, Tony Puleu, Doris Sumerson, Marvin Lipkowitz, Jim Mollick. 229Primarius—Patrick J. McDonough Sub-Primarius—Robert F. Wilson Custos—Jack A. Davis Scribus—Donald Rosato Phi Alpha Sigma, the nation's oldest medical fraternity, can boast in 1956 that the Iota Chapter of Temple University Medical School is one of the largest of all their chapters. Through the years since this chapter's founding in 1932, the trend has been for constant improvement until at the present time we believe that Iota Chapter offers a well balanced program second to none in assisting the medical student to achieve his goal and at the same time have at his disposal all the necessary facilities needed to provide adequate recreation. To sate the thirst of knowledge there is provided a well stocked reference library, frequent selected guest speakers, and motion pictures on newer developments relative to the field of medicine On the lighter side there are cards, checkers, TV, darts, ping-pong, outings and picnics. Highlighting these is the annual "Glutton Party" with the Delta Chapter of Jefferson Medical College. Our recreation room, reminiscent of a modern cocktail lounge, provides the nucleus for the monthly parties with its dancing, debauchery, and good spirit. Not to forget married folks, an active Ladies' Auxiliary exists composed of the wives of the married brothers. We point with pride to a house filled with fraternal spirit in which all are working together in harmonious unity toward a common goal. Our motto— "Cor unum via unum." One heart, one way. 230Top Row, off to right: Henry Bialas, Bill Krienberg, G. Hummo, Don Greene, Oove Chomsky. Second Row: Jack Davis, Winston Ortiz, Joe Wood, John Tredennick, Joe Zaldonis, George Eichler. First Row. Wil|iarn Pherson, Dominic Gatti, Christos Papchristos, Joel Abramson, Vince Tally, Robert Deok. Top Row, loft to right: Jim Mollick, John Davy, Richard Torp, Horry Morse, Harvey lernor, John Biemer. Second Row: Woyne Miller, Stirling Carpenter, Richard Hench, William Bradley, Joy Peterson, Guy Townsend. First Row: Ron Hayman, Patrick J. McDonough, Neil Harris, Robert Henderson, Paul M. Beach, Gene levitz. 231 t Bn Archon—John H. A. Bomberger, III Vice-Archon—Stanley L. Goodwin Treasurer—Norman J. Scheibling Secretary—Gottfried H. Binder Steward—Russell J. Pratt Faculty Advisor—Dr. Earle H. Spaulding Beta Eta Chapter was founded in 1937. when the National Council of Phi Beta Pi granted a charter to the local fraternity called Omega Upsilon Phi. which had been founded at Temple in 1918. In 1948 the chapter moved into its present home at 1421 West Ontario Street and since then has continually worked and added to the house to make the best possible place for living and relaxation of the members of the chapter. At present the chapter has an active membership of fifty undergraduates and over twenty alumni on the faculty and resident staff of Temple University Medical Center. Membership has been kept small to form a closely knit group which through the years has proved to be the best advantage of all. Founded on the principles of brotherhood and cooperative endeavor. Phi Beta Pi has continually ranked high in scholarship. Our house attempts to mix good fellowship—in the many parties that are held to briefly replace the cares of a medical student—with a well-rounded social program. We point with pride to a house filled with fraternal spirit and look forward to another year of progress. 232Front Row: Phil Martin, Norman Scheibling, Sid Goodwin, Jock Bomberger, Russell Pratt, Gottfried Binder. Second Row: Richard Corson, Sam Clipp, Tom Pierro, Dick Wolff, Dick Buckwalter, Chouncy Headley. Back Row: Dick Jones, Don Carlson, Al Balent, Erv Samuelson. Front Row. Don Schaffer, John Krosnoff, Don deQuevedo, John Semple, Camille Maravalll, lorry Day. Second Row: Don MacDonald, Rorv Shane, Harold Hardenburg, Tony Mastrian, John Russell, Frank Brumbaugh, Robert McFarland. Back Row: lewis Emeterio, Gus Schmiege, Maynard Herring, Robert Egolf. Absent: Bill Beck, Carl Fasano, Dove Fluhorty, Chuck Hording, Phil Johnson, Phil Williams, Dick Heinig, Jon Hillis, James Miller, Fred Mitlspaugh, Gene Hoag, leo Black, John Tchler, Charley McElwee, Ronald Spangler, John Osier, William Harris.$x OFFICERS Presiding Senior—Charles Delp Jr. Presiding Junior—David Kohl Secretary—Pqul Fukui Treasurer—LeRoy Byerly Judge Advocate—Richard Patterson I.F.C. Representative—Ted Chasteney Chapter Editor—Thomas Buzzard Sentinel—George Keats As an international medical fraternity, Phi Chi represents one of the largest of all with some 72 chapters in the U.S. and Canada. Phi Chi came to Temple's campus early, with the establishment of Theta Upsilon chapter in 1909, and now has the largest membership of any fraternity associated with the medical school. A well-rounded program, carried on throughout the school year, is designed to meet both academic and social needs of the medical student. Seminars with faculty men and various scholarship awards give impetus to academic endeavors, while the years social events such as parties, dances and spring picnics help to give the medical student a balanced program of relaxation and study. Traditionally, Phi Chi has always held a position of leadership on the campus and is fortunate in having an interested and active alumni body which also includes many members of the faculty. Each year is high-lighted by the Annual Alumni Banquet at which time bonds of brotherhood between student, faculty and alumnus are strengthened and renewed. Phi Chi extends best wishes to the graduating Seniors and looks ahead with anticipation to another year of achievement and brotherhood. 234Front Row, left to right: Jim Taylor, Bob Wasko, Lee Byerly, Skip Silvius, Bill Frankenburg, Ted Larson. Middle Row: John Martin, Don Hout, George Wright, Dick Torp, Dick Angros. Charles Hartford, Bill Kern. Jim Dempsoy, Ray Mummery, Bill Templin, Tony Poleggi, Charlie McElfresh. Back Row.- Ron Poterson, Jim Nelson, Miko Devine, Joe Shoets, Wild Bill Maier, Jose Fcrror. Front Row, left to right: George Albright, Murray Miller, Dave Kohl, Charles Delp, Nansen Liu, Dick Patterson. Middle Row: Charlie Llenza, Carlos Salozar, Bruce Rice, Raul Silva-Forl, Vince Fulginiti, John Kalas, Gil Friday, Bill Rebollo. Back Row: George Keatos, Joe Donnelly, Woody Tompkins, John Delp, De Marchant, Bernie Mittomoyer. 235 ME PHI DELTA EPSILON OFFICERS President—Allen Steinberg Vice-President—Norman Hauser Treasurer—Paul Fink Scribe—Robert Bernhard Historian—Jay Sivitz Senior Senator—Gilbert Grossman Junior Senator—Mark Reidenberg Marshall—Alvin Novak I.F. Representative—Paul Treitman Sigma, one of the forty-eight chapters of Phi Delta Epsilon was established at Temple University School of Medicine in 1921. The purpose of the Fraternity is to promote scholarship, friendship and dedication to service. Socially, this year has been marked with many fine house parties, several scientific meetings, and of course our fine chapter dance—the social event of the year given in conjunction with the chapters in the other medical schools of the city and our graduate club. This year our brothers again displayed their athletic prowess by taking an active part in intramural and interfraternal basketball. On April 14, 1956, the Graduate Club of Phi Delta Epsilon sponsored a Senior Banquet in honor of those men graduating this year. This dinner and dance was one of the high-spots of the year for the senior group. Another outstanding event was the party given in honor of Dr. (Uncle Matty) Ersner who was elevated to Professor Emeritus of Otorhinology and Dr. David Meyers who became Professor of Otorhinology. Dr. E. M. Weinberger graciously donated his beautiful home for this affair. 236Bock Row, left to right: Jerry Joffc, Alvin Novok, Jerry Zotuchni, Richard Kendall, Herbert Eveloff, Ronnie Jaffe, Joy Sivitz, Mark Goldenberg, Lei Schoenfield. Middle Row: Harold Herman, Norman Hauler, Jerry Stiffel, John Frohwein, Gerald Rozan, Max Ronij, Paul Solnick, Morvin Lipkowitz, Julei Newman, Paul Treit-man. Front Row: Sidney Hollin, Bernord Rice, Harvey Klevit, Allen Steinberg, Arthur Gordon, Gordon Fink. 237OPE OFFICERS President—William Courtney Vice-President—John Sylvester Secretary—Richard Oi Treasurer—Frank Herzel Councilor—Dr. John Franklin Huber Founded on October 31. 1890. Phi Rho Sigma now has twenty-seven active chapters at approved medical schools in the United States and Canada, with a Central Office in Pittsburgh. Pa. The objectives of the Fraternity are to promote good fellowship among congenial men in medical schools and colleges; to encourage a high standard of professional work, and finally, to assist, by every honorable means, the advancement of its members. Having received its charter in 1932, Alpha Lambda Chapter now centers its activities in a spacious single home at 3232 North 16th Street. The present membership is comprised of numerous alumni on the faculty and hospital staffs in addition to the undergraduate group. An active Wives' Club functions as an integral part of Phi Rho Sigma. Beside the regular monthly parties the social program has been highlighted in the past by Interfraternity initiation ceremonies and Tri-Chapter Dances, with the Phi Rho chapters of Jefferson Medical College and the University of Pennsylvania participating. 238Front Row, loft to right Richard Oi, Robert Krissinger, George Reiss, William Courtney, Samuel Mackall, Frank Herzel, William McWhirter. Second Row, Eugene Horrell, Edgar Fenner, George Smith, Fred Tilock, Charles Krougcr, Stanley Kepner, Norman Beals, William Palmer, John Hawkinson, Carson Schneck, Marvin Clark, Barrie Moberg, John liccardo. Top Row: Lawrence Grove, Thomas Shultz, Donald Neish, Robert Kemp, Donald Weaver, John Lehman, John Sylvester, Richard Crain, Homer Cornell. 239Christian medical society President—Chester W. Mahon Jr. Vice-President—James W. Nelson Secretary-Treasurer—Robert R. Armstrong "And he sent them to preach the Kingdom of God, and to heal the sick." (Luke 9:2) The Christian Medical Society is an organization of physicians, medical students, and others in the medical profession, whose purpose is to present a positive witness of God our Father, Jesus Christ our Saviour, and the Holy Spirit to our associates in the profession, and, to gain the mutual strength and encouragement to be attained in meeting together for prayer, Bible study, and fellowship. The Society was founded in 1931 at Northwestern University and has grown to include over fifteen hundred members with chapters in over fifty medical schools. National CMS aids foreign missionary members by furnishing financial assistance, current literature, modern drugs and instruments. A display is sponsored annually at the AMA national convention. Members of the Temple Chapter gather weekly for Bible study and discussion of topics pertinent to the Christian physician. Messages from medical missionaries, local clergymen, and Christian doctors give valuable insight into the practical daily application of the principles of the Christian Faith. As a practical method of Christian witness, our group cooperates with four other local CMS chapters in sponsoring three medical mission clinics in Philadelphia. This work is under the direction of Philadelphia Physicians Chapter of CMS and is approved by the Philadelphia County Medical Society. Highlights of the past year were a city wide weekend Bible Conference at Harvey Cedars, an informal fireside Christmas party, two city wide banquets in cooperation with the Philadelphia graduate Chapter, and a spring picnic. Standing, left to right: Peter Tobing, Mary Orff, Richard Ulrich, Vernon Ordiwoy, Gerald Fobs, Grace Janson, Alfred Policke, Cornelia Policke, Robert Barclay, Wanda Smith. Sitting: Phillip Williams, Robert Armstrong, James Nelson, Chester Mahon, David Fluharty, Richard Pelhom, 240HD31August, 1954—a few old faces, a few new ones, meeting in the Path Museum to become the Jr. Class of Medical Technologists. We felt so small our first tour of the hospital, so confused trying to understand Chemistry orientation, so proud putting on our first white uniform, and so utterly helpless our first day in lab. Although our meetings were carried out in strict Parliamentary procedure (??) we did manage to organize successful cake sales and dances and a most enjoyable farewell dinner in Chinatown for the outgoing Seniors. With our Junior year now behind us we were the ones who had the pleasure of greeting the incoming Med. Techs. We never realized how much we had learned until we found out how much we had forgotten when we took our first Comprehensive. The unrecognized glamour and beauty, camouflaged by our daily attire was finally brought out at our Senior Prom. Remember all the faux pas, built up a breakage bill, took our first veni-puncture, tasted that reagent, dropped that specimen, made a lopsided paper boat—we never thought graduation day would come for us. And, now, with great anticipation we look forward to our Registry exam and our future careers. 242Dedication The Class of '56 first met Miss Marie Lauth two years ago as a lecturer in Biochemistry. Since then we have come to know and admire her. Miss Lauth started her college education at Temple University and then came to the hospital to receive her training in Medical Technology. After obtaining her degree, Marie left Temple to work in Latrobe, Pa. But Temple was like an old friend, and Marie returned to take her Master's Degree in Chemistry with a minor in Bacteriology. Being an assistant instructor on the Medical School staff is not enough to keep Marie busy. She is also Corresponding Secretary of the Pennsylvania Society of Medical Technologists and is now organizing and acting as chairwoman of the Temple Alumni Association of Medical Technologists. And so we, the 1956 Class of Medical Technology, are proud to dedicate our yearbook to you, Marie Lauth, with sincere affection and gratitude for all you have done. 243"Bug Detection Center" 244 "Guys and Dolls"245JUDITH BAKER 920A Upsal Street Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University JUDITH BARBARA BERG 5016 D Street Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Class President JANET E. BOUGHTON 91 Ernst Avenue Bloomfield, N. J. Temple University Theta Sigma Upsilon 246MERLE PAULINE FUSS 312 Jackson Avenue Northfield, N. J. Temple University Grand Council Rep. i DOROTHY ELLEN GIVEN Town Line Road Hauppauge, L. I., N. Y. West Virginia Wesleyan Alpha Gamma Delta Class Vice-President ARLENE ELLEN GOODMAN 1310 Greeby Street Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Recording Secretary 247LEDA HELEN JOMERUCK 202 N. Morris Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. The King's College YVONNE D. MATOUSHEK Poyntelle, Pa. Temple University Alpha Sigma Tau Corresponding Secretary i » LEONA ANN MIELCAREK 624 East 8th Street Chester, Pa. Temple University 248ANN BELLA MILLER 5205 Lebanon Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University Phi Sigma Sigma I ROSARIO ORSINI. B.S. 23 Abraham Pena Street Salinas, Puerto Rico University of Puerto Rico ELAINE LOUISE ROSMAN 960 Helen Avenue Lancaster, Pa. Temple University 249B. NATALIE SIGNORE 237 Trinity Avenue Ambler, Pa. Temple University Theta Sigma Upsilon Class Treasurer SYLVA WEINBERGER SILVER 3901 E. Roosevelt Blvd. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University TO OUR PARENTS—FOR THEIR INDULGENCE IN HELPING OUR AMBITIONS BECOME A REALITY, WE GIVE THANKS.This space reserved for the photographer who could not get into the pictures.We Introduce The Junior Med Techs N. SeWon perfect o tecbmque n ood ftonkTemple University School of Nursing Class of 1956 254255We. the Class ol 1956. dedicate this portion ol the yearbook to those who. through God, have endowed us with life . . . our parents. All that we now are in personality, intellect, and resources was given foundation by Mother and Father. At birth our protectors, providers of food for body and soul which enriched us to grow to school age with maximum qualities of physical and mental beauty. Teacher and encouragement were your stations during early school years, helping us to find our place with society and study, encouraging friendships, and relearning history and arithmetic to tutor us. As council, dearest friend, and most ardent fan through high school, you patiently guided us through this crucial period of our lives. Always encouraging independence, but always our support when needed. At high school graduation, you smiled proudly, but cried lilently as we each left you. Mother and Father, at least temporarily for three years at Temple University. School of Nursing. You sometimes doubted yourself, but always urged us on through our pre-clinic period, telling us that the road ahead would become easier. At capping, you sighed with relief, as we returned to our seat from the stage with the completion of our student uniform. Now the path will not be so difficult. But it was difficult, and were it not for your cheerful letters, many times we would have had a blue evening. Through class blocs, -affiliations, and hospital duty we strived. We ... for you certainly are part of our personality. And now we are graduated, a bit more independent, and yet more dependent. For we must now adapt ourselves to accepting responsibility. With the examples you have demonstrated in your lives, we feel that we already have an advantage in learning to live. Therefore we shall take this small space to remember and to dedicate to the most influential and most dearly beloved people of our lives.ANN HART Adviser Graduation from Temple University will be the highlight of our three years of nurses' training- Needless to say. we have made numerous friends; of all these acquaintances we shall never forget Miss Ann Hart, our class advisor. From capping to commencement, through trials and tribulations. Miss Hart proved to be a personal friend, worthy administrator, and foremost —an efficient advisor. The duties and problems encountered as an advisor were never too great for her. We can say "Thank You." but somehow that just does not seem enough. We appreciated your efforts and the many hours of your time you dedicated to our class and class projects. Your sincere attitude and endless patience will always be remembered by each and everyone of us. We will not say good-bye, but farewell until we have the pleasure of meeting again. 257Director of Nurses FLORENCE E. BROWN Miss Florence E. Brown, whose judgment is both wise and sincere, has been an inspiration to all who know her untiring effort in the execution of duties as Director of Nurses. Graduating from Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. Council Bluff. Iowa, she received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Temple University. Miss Brown was Operating Room Supervisor at Temple University Hospital before taking the position of Director of Nurses in 1951. She is now studying for her Masters Degree in Nursing Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Co-operation, dependability, and good judgment are a few of the many traits expressed within Miss Brown's limits. As advisor of our Student Government, her helpful suggestions and opinions have been a great benefit to the organization. We are sure that the entire graduating class will remember the yearly personal conference. At these times, we obtained the stripes and bibs that we all looked forward to. and would discuss our floor and class work. Also we had an opportunity to express any opinions and problems that we cared to offer. She listened with patient ear and wise mind, offering personal suggestions, which when adopted, usually seemed to help. These were some of the few personal contacts, but her professional dignity and kindness were felt throughout the hospital at all moments. To Miss Brown we express our thanks for her direction, advice, and professional dignity instilled in us during our three year training period. 258Director of Education Miss Rena White, our Nursing Educational Director, will surely remain to us as a personality who has most nearly reached perfection. Her good judgment, fairness, and sense of humor have at one time or another been a source of inspiration to us all. As a young girl, back in Tioga County, Pennsylvania, Miss White remembers that most of her activities were centered around the congregational activities of her church. Prior to entering nurse's training, Miss White taught school. In 1923, she graduated from Jefferson Hospital, and remained there for two years as a supervisor. However, her primary interest lay in teaching, and she therefore accepted a position in the Ohio Valley General Hospital as Director of Nursing Education. She has since that time worked exclusively as a Director of Nursing Education. In 1940, Miss White came to Temple, and since that time has become an integral part of Temple and its student nurses. Never shall we forget the profitable stories and experiences she shared with us throughout our Pre-Clinic and class bloc days. Nor will we forget that her door was always open to us, and our queries cheerfully answered. Our interests were her interests, and no problem was too large or too small for her to solve. Indeed we all consider it an honor to have been guided by Miss White throughout our training years. Miss White plans to retire in the near future, and that retirement holds promise of travel, something she has always enjoyed. Miss White, how could we ever forget your figuring out those "simple problems" on the blackboard that were such a mystery to most of us, and the way you would punctuate anything you really wanted to get across to us. Thank you, Miss White. We sincerely hope that the future brings you everything you desire and so richly deserve. 259Education Department Scaled, Ml la right, A. Hart. V. Geiter. Stand,na, M, lo right: A. Blanchard, C. Croll. Seated, left to right: I. Nagle, J. Miller. Standing, loft to right: F. Dougherty, G. Bendrick, A. Moore. J. Ditoro.Night Supervisors Sealed, left lo right: B. Keemer, R. DcLuco. Standing, left to right: J. Ditzler, C. Pfefferle. Department Supervisors Seated, left to right: G. DeYorio, L. Moreno, B. Griffiths, E. Dowdell, H. Hossenfeffer, M. Schildt, K. Witmer, M. Conti. Standing, left to right: A. Peterson, G. Weinachter, E. Grogg, B. Tumos, B. Silverstein, R. Minder, I. Dietrick, M. Guzaro.Benefactress Nearest to the hearts of the Temple student nurses and a friend to all is Mrs. Livingston Jones. Her tireless energy in doing good for other people can rarely be found, and is untouched as far as the class of '56 is concerned. A normal day begins at 8:00 A.M., as all who have ever tried to contact her will testify, and when she retires we shall never know. Each day has been filled with just such wonderful helpfulness that she has shown to us in making our Nurses' Residences (Allegheny. Carlisle. and Tioga) more like home to all of us. Mrs. Jones, we thank you from the depths of our heart---God Bless You. Housemothers Left to right: Mil Catherine, Mis Rupp, Mrs. Bray, Mrs. Wingort, Mrs. Larson, Miss Worburton.SENIORSPresident Joyce Wireback Vice-President Jane Blistan Class History September eighth, nineteen-hundred-fifty-three will always hold a special place in our memories. For some it meant leaving our homes for the first time; for others it meant merely changing our minds about our profession. But we all had one thing in common -NURSING—an entirely new and different world. Class after class—up at seven, back at nine. "Study your micro, learn those bones." "Wash Mrs. Chase again. Miss Smith, you forgot to do her ears." "Chemistry lab today, and I forgot my apron. C'est lavie!" Then came the holiday season, and many of us spent our first Christmas away from home. Christmas parties were held at the preclinic homes to which the Educational Staff and Nursing School Office Staff were invited. We all had a good time putting on our original skits, singing Christmas Carols, and eating goodies. Caroling in front of the Masonic Home and the hospital helped us to overcome that feeling of homesickness and put our minds and voices to better use. Six months had passed before we knew it, and it was February. As our families and friends sat in the audience, we walked on to the stage to be "capped" by Miss Brown and Miss White. We couldn't help but feel a glow of pride to think we were a little closer to reaching our goal. Now by this time we had become more settled and adjusted more readily to the routine of the hospital and to this new way of living. Some of us. who realized at this time that the medical profession was not what they had expected or wanted, decided to go on to something different. And so we bade farewell to our friends with whom we had shared many times. We would think of them frequently in the next few years, and hope that they have found something that they would enjoy as much as we do nursing. In February after we became junior students, we held a welcoming party for a small group of girls who were entering school at this time. As we entertained them with a skit concerning the daily life of a student, we realized how much fun we could really have. Springtime brought with it a taste of the different fields in nursing. The operating room and "Miss Smith, please don't say oops, when the surgeon makes the incision?" Then to the diet kitchen and "the cookies are for the patients, Miss Smith." Many of us learned and became accustomed to doing dishes. Most of us enjoyed our affiliations at Philadelphia State Hospital where we studied psychiatric nursing, and at St. Christopher's Hospital where we studied pediatric nursing.At these hospitals we met students from other nursing schools and compared notes. And we thought every place was like Temple! Making new friends and becoming acclimated to new routines of hospitals unlike our own were experiences we won't easily forget. By September of our second year our class began to function as a unit. Class officers, student council, and honor board representatives were already elected. Miss Ann Hart, R.N. was selected to be our class advisor, and our class activities commenced. Our first big project was to enter a float in the Homecoming parade at the University. Quite a bit of work went into this project and all the members of the committee, as well as the entire Nursing School, v ere extremely happy to learn that we had won first prize. In January we sponsored a farewell dance for the Class of 1955. "Auf Weidersehn" was the theme of the dance, and it was held at the Sylvania Hotel. Many of our classmates became super salesmen with the sale of pens, sweat shirts, beer mugs, etc., as well as selling cookies, pies, and cakes at our frequent bake sales. Dances were held periodically at Tioga Nurses' Home, some of the being: A Sox Hop. where everyone removed his shoes to dance; a Valentine Dance, at which a king and queen was chosen; and a Friday the 13th Dance, at which there was a fortune teller who could look into the future for you. Springtime and spaghetti. This spaghetti dinner was held in the hospital cafeteria. It was prepared by a chef with a magical touch. Summer rolled by and with autumn coming. Canteen was held at the Nurses' Home every Friday night. With a juke box providing the music, everyone had a good time dancing, chatting, and making new friends. By this time the thought of training coming to an end was with us and the yearbook staff had everything well underway to complete our book of memories. There was still lime, however, for a little fun. Late fall brought with it a bus trip for the senior class to New York City. A musical "Plain and Fancy." Radio City Music Hall, shopping and dinner took up most of the day, as a group of tired, but happy student nurses sang their way home that night. As the holidays grew nearer, our last and biggest class function was held. Our Senior Dinner Dance was held at the Melrose Conutry Club. Some of us shall never meet again, but we shall always remember that for three years we lived together, laughed together, and worked together, side by side, for the same goal—NURSING.HAZEL RUTH COXE Bloomsburg, Pa. "Mighty mite" Publicity Committee. 3. Business Committee, 3. Temple UniversityEDITH MARY FLEM Philadelphia, Pa. "Don't forget—wake me up!" Publicity Committee, 3. Business Committee, 3. JOAN LOUISE FISHER Philadelphia. Pa. "Extra-curricular Infirmary" Class secretary, 1, 2, 3. Float Committee, 2. Business Committee. 3. Publicity Committee. 3. Skull Photography Staff. 3. School of NursingNORMA FUCINI Philadelphia. Pa. Temple University ROSALIE GOLDBERG Philadelphia. Pa. "Comona my house" Student Council, 1. 2, 3. Skull-Literary Staff, 3. Farewell Dance Chairman—1954. Skull Business Staff, 3.DOLORES RUTH KOPETZ Hazelton, Pa. "Wanta buy a sweatshirt?" Class Business Chairman. 3. Publicity Committee. 3. Social Committee, 3. Float Committee. 2. Skull Photography Staff, 3. School of NursingMARJORIE ANN ADAMS Pittsburgh, Pa. "Tall and tantalizing' Glee Club. 2, 3. Social Committee. 1, 2. 3. Skull Literary Staff, 3. Float Committee, 2. Assistant Treasurer, 3. Temple UniversityLOIS MARIE BASLER Gouldsboro, Pa. •• Dark eyes' Glee Club, 2. 3. Social Committee, 3. School of Nursing PATRICIA ANN BECK Smyrna, Delaware "Oh beans! Gotta cookie?" Canteen Chairman. 3. Temple Air Staff. 2. Social Committee. 3.JOAN M. BERSTLER Weehawken, N. J. 'W M, wigor and witality' Skull Co-Editor, 3. Float Chairman. 2. Social Committee, 3. Glee Club, 1, 2, President, 2, 3. Temple UniversityJANE ELEANORE BLISTAN Monaco, Pa. "Let's take an old fashioned walk' Class Vice-President, 1, 2, 3. Glee Club. 1. 2. Yearbook Literary Staff, 3. Social Committee, 3. School of Nursing JEANNE CAROLE BLISTAN Monaco, Pa. "Honorary Fraternity Member" Glee Club, 1. 2, 3. Social Committee, 3. Nurses' Christian Fellowship, Secretary, 2.PATRICIA ANN BUCKTA McAdoo, Pa. "Mambo magnifique' Social Committee, 3. Newman Club, 1. 2, 3. Temple UniversityVIVIAN N. DANKEWICH Wyoming, Del. "Female with a reel" Basketball 1, 2. Social Committee. 3. School of NursingBARBARA ANNE EVANS West Pittston, Pa. "Train departing at 12:04 P.M." Skull Co-Editor, 3. Honor Board, , 2. 3. Glee Club. 2. Social Committee. 1. 2, 3. JANET ELAINE ECKERT Topton, Pa. "You're campused 'til dues are paid' Class Treasurer, 1. 2, 3. Student Council, 1, 2, President, 3. Honor Board President, 3. Glee Club. 1. Temple Air Staff, 2. Temple UniversityANNE GLORIA FERGUSON Philadelphia, Pa. School of Nursing PATRICIA ANN FETTERMAN Lancaster, Pa. "Talent reigns" Skull Literary Editor, 3. Student Council. 1. 2. 3. Temple Air Editor, 2. Social Committee. 3. Cheerleading, 3. Glee Club, 1. 2. 3. Temple University Diamond Band, 1. 2, 3.MARJORY A. FLENNER Warrior's Mark, Pa. Temple University JEANNE ELLEN FRANTZ Lancaster, Pa. "Peppy Pixie" Basketball, 1, 2, Co-Captain, 3. Temple Air Staff, 2. Glee Club, 1. 3. Social Committee, 3.CAROL ANN GETGEN Lockhaven, Pa. "2-B or not 2-B Temple Air Staff. 2. Glee Club. 2, 3. Skull Literary Staff. 3. Newman Club, 1, 2. 3. Social Committee. 3. School of NursingDIXIE LEE HARVEY Pine Grove, Pa. 'What happened to your tail—pony, that is?' Social Committee, 3. Temple UniversityNORINE GAIL HINCKLEY Hellertown. Pa. "Concerto in Uniform" Glee Club Accompanist, 1, 2. 3. Student Council, 2, 3. Skull Business Manager, 3. Temple Air Literary Editor, 2. Social Committee, 3. School of NursingJUDITH ANN JONES Elkins, W. Va. 'T All' Social Committee, 3. Skull Staff Temple UniversitySchool of Nursing DORIS GRACE KNITTLE Manheim. Pa. "The golden touch of the Penna. Dutch" Basketball. 3. Glee Club. 1, 2, 3. Co-Chairman. Senior Dinner Dance, 3. Skull Art Staff, 3. Temple Air Staff, 2. Social Committee, 3.CAMILLE LACANNA Olyphant, Pa. "More bounce to the ounce Basketball. 2. 3. Skull Art Editor. 3. Temple Air Art Editor, 2. Student Council, 1, 2, 3. Social Committee, 3. Wj INel §Mj Temple University JOAN ADRIENNE LEAN Philadelphia, Pa. "This is it—it's fabulous!” Temple Air Staff, 2. Social Committee, 3.LORRETTA LISHAK Perth Amboy, N. J. School of NursingDOLORES JO LUSZAK San Francisco, Calif. Temple UniversityTHERESA JOAN MACOVITCH McAdoo. Pa. School of NursingJOAN V. MAJEWSKI New Brunswick. N. J. Watch the lens—oops. 1 mean the birdie" Newman Club, 1, 2. 3. Social Committee. 3. Temple University MARIAN R. MACKOWIAK Nanticoke. Pa. "Quadeamus Igiteur Glee Club, 2. Social Committee, 3. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3.ANGELA MARASA Philadelphia, Pa. "Laughter in a leotard" Social Committee. 3. Temple Air Staff. 2. School of Nursing MARGARET ELEANOR MAY Gray Lake. 111. "Our Debutante"BEVERLY JEANNE MEISTER Altoona. Pa. "Gay Carousel" Student Council. 1. 2, 3. Social Committee. 3. Temple University AGNES RITA MITCHELL Trenton. N. J. "Miss Student Nurse from Temple" Student Council, 2, 3. SNAP Area No. 1. Treasurer. 3. Skull Literary Staff, 3. Temple Air News Editor. 2. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 2. 3.JEAN ANN MOLLICK Hazel Village, Pa. "Goldilocks Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. Social Committee. 3. Glee Club, 2. School of NursingCAROLYN ANN OSMOLA Shenandoah. Pa. Temple UniversityIDA MAE PACKER Nicholson. Pa. "Ida—Sweet as Apple Cider" Social Committee, 3. School of Nursing JANET MARINA PORTER Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University DOLORES ANN POTRAKO Ormrod, Pa. "All star extra" Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain, 3. Student Council, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 3. Social Committee, 3. Temple Air Staff, 2. Newman Club, 1, 2, 3.IONA ELAINE REINDL Fairless Hills. Pa. School of Nursing ELIZABETH ANN RIPPLE Windber, Pa. "Loyal Heart and Spirit True Glee Club, 2. Christian Fellowship, President, 2. Temple University MARGOT C. RUNKLE Harrisburg. Pa. "Sherman Billingsly's protege" Co-Chairman of Senior Dinner Dance, 3. Social Committee, 3.MARGARET W. RUSSELL Harrisburg, Pa. "Laughter Ringing CLEAR and TRUE" Glee Club. 1, 2. Social Committee, 3. School of NursingHENRIETTA J. SCHIMPF Philadelphia. Pa. When there's a concertina stretchin' out a mile" Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Social Committee, 3. Newman Club. 1, 2, 3. Social Corresponder, 1, 2, 3. Temple UniversityELLA VIRGINIA SIMPKINS Magnolia, N. J. "Perennial pep and personality‘ Social Committee, 3. School of Nursing CHRISTINE SUSAN STASHIK Glen Lyon. Pa. Temple UniversityMARY JANE STUTZMAN Reading. Pa. "Who likes hockey? Glee Club. 1. 2. Skull Art Staff. 3. School of Nursing HELEN ANN WALTERS Hummelstown. Pa. "Unruffled waters" Social Committee, 3.BARBARA P. WARREN Huntingdon Valley. Pa. "Flash! That was Barb!" Glee Club, 1. 2. Skull Photography Editor, 3. Social Committee, 3. Temple University ARLENE JOAN WILLIS Aristes, Pa. "Tresses every girl dreams of" Skull Literary Staff. 3. Newman Club, 1, 2. President, 3. Social Committee, 3.JOYCE CAROL WIREBACK Lancaster. Pa. "Joy of the Class of '56" Class President, 1, 2. 3. Student Council, 1, 2, 3. Social Committee, 1. 2. 3. Cheerleading, 2, 3, Captain, 3. School of NursingNigljtingalr |Ilri)gf 3 anlrmnlg plrbgr mgsrlf brfnrr (Sub anb in tljr prrsrnrr of this aaarmblg: an pass mg lifr in pnritg anb to prartirr mg grnfraainn faitljfullg. 3 mill abstain frnrn mljatrurr is brlrtrrinua anb miarlprunua, anb mill nnt takr nr knnminglg ab-miniatrr ang harmful brug. 3 mill bn all in mg pnutrr tn rlruatr tljr atanb-arb nf mg prnfraainn, anb mill Itnlb in rnnfibrnrr all grrsnnal mattrrs rnmmittrb tn tttg krrging anb all familg affairs mining tn mg knnmlrbgr in thr grartirr nf mg grnfraainn. Iflith Ingaltg mill 3 rnbraunr tn aib thr gbgsi-rian in Ijis mnrk. anb brmttr mgarlf tn tljr mrlfarr nf tbnsr rnmmittrb tn mg rarr. 304UNDERCLASSMENNurses ResidencesClass of 1957 Seated, left to right: G. Swab, E. Augustine, A. Spofford. Standing, left to right: E. Squier, E. Adams, N. Steindel, F. Freech. Seated, left to right: A. Smith, J. Ka-shuba, L. Casho. Standing, left to right: E. Douthit, L. Harl, H. Skeryo, R. Sheridon. Seated, left to right: J. Wiswesser, N. Finck, P. Cressman, A. Prieto, P. Ter-kowski. Standing, left to right: M. Rhoades, J. Ruda, C. Barg, L. Resper-ski, L. Parker, M. Rosenwasser.308 Row J, left to right: $. Ozetf, H. Olese, M. Sullivan, R. Sommerdorf, J. Rossman, P. Sabolski. Row 2, left to right: C. Lowe, B. Manifold, N. Wallick, E. Shipe, B. Rojohn, M. McQueen, P. Zajac, A. Wirt, P. Krull, J. McCarthy, B. Murphy. Row 3, left to right: J. Stebell, B. Keppler, V. Haines. B. Hess, J. Dctwiler, O. Young, J. Spott, L. Smith, M. Douglass, D. Peifer, S. Avcrill, C. Cosp. Row i. left to right: R. Gilooly. G. Hasley. J. Kishinsku J. Brosky I. Newton D. Stanik, R. Goldberg. S. Greenberg. D. Moon, J. Schucker. A. Waodfall. C. Summons, S. Wesley, Row 5, left to right: R. Hollis, D. Mohar, C. Webster, E. Klinginna, S. Levinson, S. Sill, C. Carmichale, J. Sclocky, E. Galli, P. Fujac, D. White, P. Solomon, M. Byer. Row 6, left to right: K. Boswick, L. Weiss, B. Urban, B. Taylor, E. Drummond, B. Stickle, N. Carr, F. Pizzoli, R. Uywatoi, R. Gilmore, M. Koch, M. J. Olsheski, A. Wood. Row 7, left to right: J. Skinner, F. Kusmato, S. Cartwright, C. Fitzgerald, N. Harrison, C. Sayjo J. Cornell, F. Bushecki, M. Regalia, N. Probst, J. Yost. Row 8, left to right: A. Craig, S. Dean, S. Felpiaz, B. Fells, L. Sharpe, J. Matlacke, R. Stone, E. Plunkett.Joan Berstler 1956 Skull Staff Co-Editors Barbaro Evans 310 Left to right: D. Knittle, C. LaCanna, R. Olsheski. Left to right: P. Fetterman, J. Berstler, B. Worren, N. Hinckley.Student Council The student body of Temple University Hospital school of Nursing was first given voice and recognition in September 1942. when the first student council was formed. It is the oldest organization of Student activity in the nursing school and was formed with the chief objectives being the promotion of better student organization, furtherance of interests of the students, and encouragement of fellowship between all the nurses of the district. At the monthly meetings problems of hospital, nursing, and living were debated and acted upon. Among the projects accredited to the Council during the '56 term was the reserving of tickets to the "Student Symphony Concerts' presented by the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, for the use of the student nurses. The annual fall dance and Christmas Party were leading events in the social calendar. Council also sponsored Tonie Michell, area no. 1 Treasurer of SNAP, and Janet Eckert, president of council at the State SNAP Convention in Pittsburgh. The Nurses Handbook was revised this term and distributed to all new students. A new sewing machine and outfits for the peppy Cherry and White cheer leaders were purchased. Members include Miss Fetterman, Miss Frantz, Miss Goldberg, Miss Hinckley, Miss Meister, Miss Mitchell, Miss Russell, and Miss Wire-back, seniors; and Miss Swab, Miss Irwin, Miss McKinley, Miss Pappas, representing the intermediate class. Officers: President—Janet Eckert; Vice-president—Barbara Wood; Secretary—Dolores Potrako; Treasurer—Karen Koch; Advisors—Florence E. Brown, June Miller. With each meeting the objectives were more nearly obtained due to the fine work of the council of 1956. 311Glee Club Row ?, sealed, left lo right: B. Urban, A. Wirt, J. Detwiler, J. McCarthy, R. Shear, M. Pappas, M. Bloc, M. Bloom, E. Klinginn, J. Hasley, D. White. Row 2, left to right: J. Skinner, B. Eells, J. Stcbel, C. Lowe, C. Summons, M. Probst, A. Nierdorski, J. Berstler, M. McKinley, M. McQueen, E. Shipe, H. Oless, L. Harl. Row 3, eft to right: R. Stone, S. Sill, P. Krull, R. Goldberg, C. Webster, P. Zajac, J. Birosh, D. Najjar, D. Oerther, J. Rossman, B. Rojohn, P. Sabolski, S. Wesley, K. Boswick, L. Newton, B. Manifold, N. Wallick. Every Wednesday evening voices of the Nurses' Glee Club were heard emanating from the living room of Tioga Residence. Approximately seventy-five girls constitute this singing group directed by Miss Mary Bloom, a senior student of the music education department of Temple University. Accompanists Norine Hinckley and Mary McKinley practiced with the glee club weekly and did a fine job with the directress preparing the chorus to participate in the "Singing City." December 12 at the Academy of Music. This large singing body was composed of students chosen from most of the schools of Philadelphia who had the opportunity of rehearsing and performing under the baton of Mrs. Elaine Brown, Directress of the Temple University Glee Club, and Eugene Ormandy, conductor of the Philadelphia Symphony orchestra. Officers: President—Mary McKinley, Vice-president—Jeanne Birosh, Secretary— Esther Hildreth, Treasurer—Nancy Wallick. 312Honor Board J. Eckert, S. Wetherman. Mining from picture: E. Gaertner, B. Wood, B. Evans, J. luckenbaugh. Honor Board, the well known judiciary organization of Tioga Residence, is comprised of six representatives elected by popular vote of the various classes. Two students are elected as representatives of each September class, and one from each February class. This year the members of the Board included Barbara Evans and Jo Ann Lukenbaugh from the graduating class, and Esther Emery Gartner the February class of '56. Roberta McCurdy and Sue Leatherman have this year been elected from the Intermediate class. Chief functions of Honor Board are to interpret and enforce regulations of Student Council and the codes of nursing. Problems are evaluated in an unbiased manner and the necessary corrective measures made. Also among its duties is the authority to reprimand anyone not upholding the dignity of the profession whether in personal conduct or in management of living quarters. Overnight and late permissions were the monthly job for which most of us were ungrateful. Close tabs were kept upon the number used and the first ones to notice the overdrawing were the Board members. Honor Board has been successful thus far, and will continue to be successful with the interest and desire of the student body to carry on the honor systems. 313Basketball Cheerleaders, left to right: J. Wireback, M. Grady, P. Fetterman, M. Sheuren. Team, standing, left to right: C. Carmichael, M. Regalia, D. Moon, D. Potrako, J. Frantz, J. Schucker, J. Brosky, J. Kejhinka. One of the most popular activities of the nursing school is the basketball team. Under the coaching of Rae Leonard, the Temple team sparkled to victory while also facing defeats. Coach Leonard built the team around a nucleus of five returning veterans, Jeanne Frantz, Camille LaCanna, Toni Mitchell, Dolores Potrako, and Ann Spofford with Janice Brosky making up the full string of the team. Miss Diane Leary coached the forwards at practice while Miss Ruth Roberts was the manager for the season. Peppy vivacious cheerleaders with lots of vim, vigor and vitality stimulated the team and helped keep the school spirit high. Those on the cheering squad were Patricia Fetterman, Mary Grady, Beth RoJohn, Janice Rossman, Mae Scheuren and Joyce Wireback. Miss Phyllis Vestyk supervised the girls in their work. Co-captains for the 1955-56 season were Jeanne Frantz and Delores Potrako. 314Newman Club Row 1, left to right: J. Brosky, R. Olsheski, H. Skeryo, A. Nicderoski, P. Krull. Row 2, loft to right: R. Gilooly, D. Stanick, P. Zajoc, K. Bojwick, R. Stone, J. McCarthy. Nurses Christian Fellowship Left to right: E. Douthitt, B. Irwin, I. Harl, L. letherman. 315WEE Senior Dinner Dance Guest Speaker DECEMBER 2. 1955 Toastmistress Dr. Frederick Murtaugh MELROSE COUNTRY CLUB Miss Jane E. BlistanSt. Christopher's Mijj Nentwig, Miss Desimone, Miss Fenger St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, more commonly known to us as Chris's, was our Pediatric Affiliation. This experience will be among our life time treasures of nursing. From the "T. V." and juice hours of Medical and "Surg" to the q2 hour gavages of Four North and Infants we shall always remember the smiling faces and curly hair; as well as the tears of the tots we spoiled for three months. We also met, lived and worked with student nurses from Pennsylvania, Windber, Grandview, and St. Margaret's of Pittsburgh. This was our chance to share ideas and modes of nursing with others in the profession and to gain new ideas for our betterment. And ideas we did gain! In Nursing and Recreation! Remember the nightly pinocchle games with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and Kool-ade for refreshment? The song fests in the living-room, the sun-bathing on the roof, and the frequent pranks all which we did in the time not already occupied with case studies, care plans, and exams? And the serious hours of duty when we concentrated and fought for the lives of those too young to realize why they had to be hurt by a needle every three hours. And there to guide us continuously were the kind and understanding Supervisory Staff; headed by Miss Agnethe Fenger, Directress of Nurses. We will always remember to close safety pins Mrs. Wienski, and Miss Desimone we also remember how you nurtured our love and affection for the ''kiddies'' we already had taken to heart. And "thanks" to you head nurses who were so patient when we overslept in the mornings, or left toys on the floor, or dirty bottles to be washed. The atmosphere of St. Christopher's was similar to that of small community life. We were all citizens working towards the same goal, that being the maintenance and preservation of the health of children.Oh, Kids Love those kids! Refreshment time ot Chris's . . . Now, wash behind those ears!'Always a get-together Confined religion . . . Heading for a picnic . . . T.U.H., Jeff., and W. Va------- Our T.U.H. Twins Who is the papoose?Seated, left to right: Miss Mitchell, Miss Edgar, Mrs. Richardson. Stonding: Miss Sholly, Mr. Kochut. From the moment we entered Philadelphia State Hospital, we knew our psychiatric affiliation would be a most interesting and profitable experience. And how right we were. Orientation week with its hours of footwork, in sweltering heat, wind, or snow is deeply embedded in our memory. The grandeur of the nurses home, delicious food, pleasing working hours, and free week-ends were pleasant to look forward to and backward upon. Of the eighty buildings spread over the 1,110 acres, the departments most familiar to us include the female and male infirmary, N-3, N-6, N-7, Ergotherapy, Occupational therapy, Rehabilitation and Hydrotherapy. Sharing the work and enjoyment of Byberry were student nurses affiliating from Abington, Albert Einstein, Easton, Fairmont, Jefferson, Lancaster, Lan-kenau, Windber, and the University of Pennsylvania. Student Council was formed by electing a representative from each school, to act as the government of the student body for the three month affiliation. Turning back to these three months we remember the swimming parties, ice skating pond, pinocchle games with patients that we never won, and those Wednesday night dances. We will always lean a little to the right, due to the weight of our chain with the fifteen keys, whistle, and student tag, and the many doors that took hours to open, and which we forgot to lock. Our flat feet will remind us of the 6:15 a.m. bus we missed, and the long walk to male infirmary. Afternoon classes taught by the clinical instructors and words of wisdom from Miss Helen Edgar, director of nurses helped enlighten us to the wonderful job being done to heal the patients sick in mind. Upon graduation some of us will enter the intriguing field of Psychiatric nursing and thank our lucky star that we had the experience offered to us by Philadelphia State. And those who do not, will also be thankful for the course in learning to live.Class Will We, the Class of 1956 being of sound mind and body (maybe) do draw up and publish this last will and testament. To the N.S.O. and instructors we express our sincere appreciation for their good counsel, their patience, and their understanding. To the Intermediates we bequeath our high ideas, our intelligence, and our brand-new books. To the Juniors and Preclinics we hand over our good looks, our slang expressions, and our heedful advice. Hazel Cox leaves 2-B finally. Joan Fisher wills her pink's to Tioga's maids. Edith Flem leaves all behind for shoes and rice. Norma Fuccini leaves her haircut to Dr. Daukas. Esther Emery Gaertner leaves with a new last name. Rosalie Goldberg leaves her suggestions in the suggestion box. Dee Kopetz leaves thinking of West Chester. Ruth Sorin wills her toreador's to Mrs. Brey. Margie Adams wills the "roof club" presidency to anyone worthy of accepting it. Dana Barthold leaves her records to Miss Catherine. Lois Basler wills her beautiful eyes to Dee Dee Stees. Pat Beck leaves her dancing ability to Linda Leon. Joanie Berstler wills the yearbook to the finance committee. Donna Blesh leaves Apt. 6-2 happily---. Jeanne Blistan dedicates her man to Gail Swab. Janie Blistan wills class meetings to the Foreign Legion. Pat Buckta wills McAdoo to Pat Kovach. Anna Ciori dedicates her life to the "Dept, of Interiors." Vivan Dankewich wills the OB dept, to Dr. Hoberman. Ethel Detwiler leaves Willow Grove Dances to Nancy Steindle. Jan Eckert leaves the treasury empty. Barb Evans leaves us wondering??? Ann Ferguson wills her red gown to Miss White. Pat Fetterman wills her clarinet to "Lester." Marg. Flenner leaves the N.S.O. in peace. Jeanne Frantz leaves her studious and ambitious way's to Clara Barg. Carol Getgen gives up her stale night work for more enjoyable "Night Life." Marilyn Greytok wills a "Paddy" wagon for the Interns to travel in. Dixie Harvey leaves her grin to anyone who can use it. Charlote Henry leaves as quietly as when she entered. Norine Hinckley wills the piano to Liberace. Gerry Hoika wills her un-used pills to Miss Hampton. 322Judy Jones leaves her humorous outlook on life to all down cast "Proby's." Jean Kargess wills her earrings to Joan Ruda. Mary Ann Kehr leaves her green socks to Dr. Meiss. Doris Knittle leaves her artistic ability to Leonardo DeVinci. Kim LaCanna leaves T.U.H. basketballs to the Globe Trotters. Joan Lean wills Miss White's tests to Einstein's Library. Loretta Lishak leaves to participate in more weddings. Dolores Luzak leaves three years older. Masa Macirynski leaves to marry "Yak"!!! Thersa Macovitch leaves Phila. men in a dither. Terry Mahetta wills Class Bloc to all underclassmen. Joan Majewski leaves with a desire to get married. Marion Mackowiak leaves an empty chair in the Coffee Shop. Angie Marasa wills ''Mystery Street" to Mrs. Wingard. Maggie May leaves with fond memories of St. Chris's. Bev. Meister leaves her spelling ability to Webster's dictionary. Toni Mitchell leaves Lehigh to fight it out with Lafayette. Jean Mollick wills her blonde hair to Doris Taylor. Rita Olsheski wills her date book to an aggressive junior. Carol Osmola leaves one broken test tube to Miss Ditoro. Betty Owens leaves her charming way's to Edna Augustine. Ida Packer wills party's. 2C and Interns to Rita Brewery. JoAnne Petrovitz wills her recipe for "Manhattans" to Dr. Weller. Janet Porter dedicates her time and patience to 2-B. Delores Potrako leaves as an all around American Girl. Elaine Reindl leaves one uneaten pie for an undernourished probie. Betty Ripple leaves her lateness; never to be forgotten. Margot Runkle leaves with wonderful memories of the Dinner Dance. Peggy Russell wills perfectly good school books to the furnace. Pat Schlegal leaves St. Chris on a cloud. Shirley Sechrist leaves her height to Mrs. Croll. Terry Richter leaves with a new gift, a radio. Henrietta Schimpf leaves her pleasant ways to Barbara Wood. Ginny Simpkins wills her records to the juke box in Tioga House. Pat Slifer leaves her "cute" giggle to any sadsack. Chris Stashick leaves her dancing to Fred Astaire. Laurie Strelecky leaves her latest "bop" to the "4 Aces." Mary Stutzman leaves one warm bed in 4 2. Barb Warren wills the elevator in Tioga House to the birds. Arlene Willis leaves the interns to the Dean. Joy Wireback leaves the class presidency to Barbara Irwin. Pat Young leaves to make room for an intermediate. Signed: SENIOR CLASS Witnesses: Dr. J. V. Fluid Dr. G. I. Bleeding Dr. I. M. Nauseated 323Memories Are Made of These Study?—what's that?? Young at heart Off hours—each to their own way . . . Our prize-winning float A memorable Senior outing—N. Y. CityWhat is it???? Hey, watch that paint! The beachcombers Oh,—say now! ... I'm shy!! We Leave .. .The Future?And now, I turn unto my calling; Oh, stand by me. my God. in this truly important task! Grant me success! For — Without Thy loving counsel and support, Man can avail but naught. Inspire me with true love to this my art And for thy creatures, Oh, grant — That neither greed for gain, nor thirst for fame, nor vain ambition. May interfere with my activity. For these. I know, are enemies of Truth and love of men, And might beguile one in profession, From furthering the welfare of Thy creatures. Oh. strengthen me! Grant energy unto both body and soul, I'hat I may e’er unhindered ready be To mitigate the woes, Sustain and help, The rich and poor, the good and bad. the enemy and friend, Oh let me e’er behold in the afflicted and the suffering. Only the human being! Moses Maimonides (1135 C.E. — 1205 C.E.) 326n eceuary 4j uuant6 our four years . . . 327To the many friends of the Class of 1956, we should like to offer our sincere appreciation for their splendid support. Without this aid the 1956 SKULL could not have been published. It is with this realization that we print their names on the following pages. J. C. Adams Ernest E. Aegerter, M.D. J. Marsh Alesbury, M.D. Robert J. Alesbury, M.D. Theodore G. Anderson, Ph.D. Dr. and Mrs. James B. Arey l}r. and Mrs. George H. Armstrong Harry E. Bacon, M.D. Howard N. Baier, M.D. Henry Baird, III, M.D. Howard W. Baker, M.D. Frank Barrera, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Dan I. Barthold John B. Bertram, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Aloysuis Basler O. Eugene Baum, M.D. Eugene W. Beauchamp, Jr., M.D. Clayton T. Beecham, M.D. Donald Berkowitz, M.D. Carmen T. Bello, M.D. Gustavus C. Bird, Jr., M.D. John V. Blady, M.D. George I. Blumsfein, M.D. J. Richard R. Bobb, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. John D. Boger Joseph H. Boutwell, Jr., Ph.D., M.D. Philip S. Bralow, M.D. Morris W. Brody, M.D. Robert M. Bucher, M.D. Heath D. Bumgordner, M.D. W. Emory Burnett, M.D. Elsie R. Carrington, M.D. Sarah K. Cary Paul R. Casey, M.D. H. Taylor Caswell, M.D. W. Edward Chamberlain, M.D. Berton J. Channick, M.D. Walter F. Char, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Chasteney Mr. and Mrs. John Ciori Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Clifford Elbert L. Close, M.D. Robert V. Cohen, M.D. Dean A. Collins, M.D. Margaret C. Collins, M.D. Kyril B. Conger, M.D. Dr. ond Mrs. Samuel L. Cresson Dominico Cucinotta, M.D. Michael J. Daly, M.D. Theodore A. David, D.D.S., M.D. Margaret N. Dealy, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. I. Alvin Delp Dr. and Mrs. William Taylor Delp Frank S. Deming, M.D. Angelo M. DiGeorge, M.D. John H. Doane, Jr., M.D. Mr. and Mrs. K. Donkewich Dr. ond Mrs. Joseph C. Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Donohoe Mr. and Mrs. John Drabic Thomos M. Durant, M.D. Samuel W. Eisenberg, M.D. Sidney Ellis, M.D. John P. Emich, Jr., M.D. O. Spurgeon English, M.D. Charles G. Erny Matthew S. Ersner, M.D. Emeritus Professor of Ofo Rhinology Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Peter Farano George E. Farrar, Jr., M.D. Patricia L. Ferguson Mr. ond Mrs. Martin L. Fetterman Stewart M. Finch, M.D. Albert J. Finestone, M.D. Keith H. Fisher, M.D. Samuel W. Fleming, Jr. Isadore Forman, M.D. Herbert Freed, M.D. Alfred Freeman, M.D. Mrs. Gilbert A. Friday, Sr. 328Friend Friend W. D. Fuller Joseph M. Gorfunkel, M.D. Edwin S. Gault, M.D. Drs. Betty and Louis Gerstley G. P. Giambalvo, M D. Glen G. Gibson, M.D. Sherman F. Gilpin, Jr., M.D. I. W. Ginsburg, M.D. Esther M. Greisheimer, M.D. Robert Houston Hamilton, M.D. A. Victor Hansen, Jr., M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harakal Mr. and Mrs. C. T. 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Pilling, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Policke Mr. and Mrs. S. Porter Emily R. Poynter James P. Quindlen, M.D. Burech Rachlis, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Reardon Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rebollo Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Reninger Chester Reynolds, M.D. Ina Faye Rhoads John Rhodes, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Rice Mrs. Celia Richter Marjorie Robbins Robert Robbins, M.D. Howard W. Robinson, Ph.D. Ruth G. Roberts, M.D. Hugo Roesler, M.D. Fred B. Rogers, M.D. Bernard J. Ronis, M.D. George P. Rosemond, M.D. John B. Roxby, Jr., M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ruseski George W. Russell, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Satzman Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Sayre Albert E. Schefler, Jr., M.D. Carol Krusen Scholz Kenneth M. Schreck, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schuetz Michael Scott, M.D. Arthur T. Seifer, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Roger W. Sevy Horry Shay, M.D. Charles R. Shuman, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Webley Simpkins Mr. and Mrs. David M. Smith Mrs. Florence Snow Louis A. Soloff, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Earle H. Spaulding Herbert M. Stauffer, M.D. Howard H. Steel, M.D. William A. Steel, M.D. Emeritus Professor of Surgery Willionl A. Steiger, M.D. Mrs. Frank Strelecky David C. H. Sun, M.D. Donald N. Tschan, M.D. Louis Tuft, M.D. R. Robert Tyson, M.D. Stoughton R. Vogel, M.D. Drs. Helen and Henry Wagenheim Jerome M. Waldron, M.D. Halsey F. Warner, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Warren Lois Weaver Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Weaver, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Weinberger Edward Weiss, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Wells Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Willis J. Robert Willson, M.D. Lewis R. Wolf, M.D. Carroll S. Wright, M.D. Chris J. C. Zorafonetis, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Zotuchni Isadore Zugerman, M.D. 329 dndex to ydduertliers Alexander's Luncheonette ............... 345 Allentown Hospital Association 352 Battersby Funeral Directory 353 Bell and Beltz Laboratories 351 Berry Brothers Buick ............ -..... 343 Blue Cross and Blue Shield ............. 352 Broad Electric Supply Co................ 333 Chester County Hospital 352 Claus Brothers ........................ 344 College Inn ................ 340 Crosstown Cleaners .................... 344 Desetin Chemical Company ............ 348 The Dickman Laboratories......... 351 Eagle Bar................... —•......... 345 Electro Construction Company 333 Eppley's Pharmacy ..................... 351 Fisher's Restaurant ................... 341 Foremost Milk and Dairy Products....... 337 George’s Restaurant ................... 340 Gordon-Davis Linen Supply..................- 335 The Graphic Supply Co............ ..... 334 Charles Gross Dairy........................- 337 Frederick Grundy Iron Works, Inc. ...... 332 Hospital Clothing Co.................. 334 Hot Spot Pizzeria ...................... 345 The Hub Cate ............... ........ Keesal's Pharmacy ................... Lamb Brothers Stationers and Printers Lee Rapp Orthopedic Shoes............... 337 J. E. Limeburner Co. 337 Myrtie Lee Shop ........................ 344 Marquetand's Candy ..................... 344 Mary and Pat's Laundromat 344 Max Blatt, Realtor .................... 338 John McShain, Inc., Builders 332 Medical Alumni Association ............. 356 345 339 335 Brotherston Surgical Supplies .... 337 Medical Technologists Alumni Assn. _____ 355 Merin Studios of Photography..... 346 John J. Nesbitt, Inc. ................. 348 Nurses Alumni Association ... 354 Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation .. 347 The Pansy Shop ........................ 344 Parkers Grill .......................... 340 Park Lane Company....................... 337 Pat's Barber Shop ..................... 344 George P. Pilling and Son Co..... 335 Polish American Eagle Citizens Club 345 Ralph's Barber Shop .................... 344 The Ross House 345 Rubino Beer Distributor ............. 345 Ryan, W. E., Inc......... ............. 337 The Samson Laboratories ............... 351 Selmi Motors Inc....................... 342 Sharp and Dohme Laboratories 347 Sixteenth Street Garage ... ........... 342 Smith, Kline and French Laboratories 350 Starr Jewelry Company ............. ... 344 Sterling Engraving Company ............ 336 Sunny's Frocks ... 344 North Broad Sunoco Station ............ 342 Temple Cafeteria ..................... 342 Temple University...................... 331 Tex's Radio and Television Co.......... 345 Tioga Hardware and Mill Supply Co..... 333 Uptown Camera and Sport Shop 346 George B. Vrooman, Inc................. 338 Waxler's Pharmacy ..................... 351 Westmor Bar ......................... 345 C. D. Williams and Co.................. 335 Wyeth Laboratories.....—............. 349 330J w tLe $6 ecjimuncj, UJe a oie Demple This is a story of one man’s greed ... of another man’s kindness . . . the story of a wealthy Persian farmer and a young American clergyman named Conwell, who, in 1870, was traveling down the Tigris River from Bagdad to the Persian Gulf. For the journey a native guide had been employed. He was a garrulous fellow, fond of telling stories, and one evening around the campfire, he told an especially intriguing tale ... a story destined to play an important role in the history of Temple University. According to the guide there once lived a rich Persian farmer named Al Hafed who became obsessed with the thought of becoming wealthier after hearing about a river whose bed was lined with sparkling diamonds. Al Hafed decided to try to find this stream and embarked upon a long and disastrous search during which he lost his fortune and life. Ironically, alter his death the fabulous river with its bed of diamonds was discovered on Al Ha fed’s farm. The native guide’s story so impressed Russell H. Conwell. the young clergyman, that many years later he used it as the basis for his famous lecture “Acres of Diamonds,” which earned millions of dollars and led to the establishing of Temple University. TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PHILADELPHIA HMinin' LVP? .L!.L! 33Jt is yiecessans to BJU a Strong J oujiclati ion COMPLIMENTS - of - Frederick Grundy Iron Works, Inc. 2016 N. UPPINCOTT STREET Philadelphia 32, Pa. JOHN McSHAIN, Inc. BUILDERS SEVENTEENTH and SPRING GARDEN STREETS Philadelphia 332REVERE WARE SUPER KEM-TONE —ALL SIZE BATTERIES— RAY-O-VAC EVEREADY TIOGA HARDWARE AND MILL SUPPLY CO. 3422 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 3419 N. THIRTEENTH STREET RA 5-2920 Free Delivery "Where's iho men's room?" BA’dwin 6-1 IOC | I j BROAD ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. I i j Distributors of 1 SUPPLIES. FIXTURES AND APPLIANCES | 3312 NORTH BROAD STREET Philadelphia 40. Pa. 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