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Sven year. young men cuter the medical profession who neither are horn doctors, nor have any great lore of science, nor are helped by name or influence. Without a welcome, without money, without prospects, they fight their way into practice: and in practice, they find it hard work, ill-thanked, ill-paid-, there are times when they say. "What call had J to be a doctor' J should hare done better for myself and my wife and my children in some other calling. " Hut they stick to it. and that not only from necessity, but from pride, honour, conoid ion-, and Heaven, sooner or later, lets them know what it thinks of them. "Che information comes guile as a surprise to them, being the first received, from any source, that they were called to be doctors: and they hesitate to give the name of divine vocation to work paid by the job. and shamefully underpaid at that, l 'alls, they imagine, should master men. beating down on them: surely, a diploma obtained by hard emuinatiou and hard cash, and signed and sealed by earthly evaminers, cannot be a summons from Heaven. Hut it may be. dor. if a doctor's life may not be a divine vocation, then no life is a vocation, and nothing is divine. —Stephen PagetLIBRARY TEMPLE UMIVERSIT7 MEDICAL SCHOOL dedication ..................4 administration and faculty .................56 seniors ...................136 underclassmen .............J94 organizations ............200 medical technology .......216 2... the skull temple university school of medicine Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1967 3 LIBRARY Taw PIE UNIVERSITY M3DICAL SCHOOl ' robert troyer, phd. dr. troyer was born in princeton. Illinois on feb. 5, 192$. he is the son of dr. and mrs. maurice troyer. his dad is professor of ed. psych, at Syracuse university, after receiving an a.b. from Syracuse in 1949. he entered Cornell university graduate school and received his phd in histology-embryology in 1955. upon completion of his studies he came to temple where he was made an instructor in 1954, became an assistant professor in 1959. and in 1965 became associate professor in the dept, of anatomy. he is a member of numerous scientific societies and is a past president of the temple university chapter of sigma ti. he is presently working with a grant from nih to study the neurosecretory material in a hibernator. in 1950 he married his lovely wife ruth, they are the proud parents of two boys and two girls—dave. age 9. susan. age 7. mark, age 5. and karen. age 3. the troyer family lives in the mborough section of phila. they are active in many community organizations including their church and the ymca. it can be said that enthusiasm for teaching, willingness to help each student, knowledge of his field, and a sharp wit are dr. troyer's contributions to his students, these attributes are what make him one of the finest teachers we have encountered, the dedication of the 1907 yearbook to dr. troyer. can do little to repay the devotion which he has given to his students. •tI!6matchless among you for wit. a Icijdcn far always full charged. from which flit the electrical tingles of hit after hit. . . c Won 78 . . . anatomy 9the right upper lobe is in contort with the trachea, the left is relatively widely separated front it. these anatomical differences account for the more intense vocal fremitus and vocal resonance over the right upper lobe. . . . florris n13 14old men easily endure fasting-, those wlw are middle-aged not so well: goung men worse than these: and children worst of all. especially those who are of a more lively spirit, hippocrates said he must needs succeed well in cures that considers and understands such things as are common and proper. 1516- . . biochemistry 1718oh! that metabolic woe. pain anti redness of the toe. scattered tophi in the skin, uric acid crystals spin. —weave a pattern in and out. stiffening joints—we call it gout, those who suffer so afflicted, colchicined and benemided. have my heartfelt sympathy: thanks to (jod it's them not me. Caplan 19. . . pathology 2021you all can see. with valid reason we've reached the open cp season. I’m not lived as was television my errors will require revision, pathologists use every free trick to make the speaker cp seasick, the protocol is chart and compass but cp seeing, naught will bump us, no fickle wind will wreck our sails if cp seamanship prevails, red herrings mimic real disease in all the treacherous cp seas, some data may be deleterious not to be thought as ep serious, still other data raise the curtain suggesting what is cp certain though if your mind works clear and freet you 'll rank high as a ep seer, for ep secrets understood may lead to answers true ami good this protocol makes me no fan of wily doctor castle man who wrote the mystery with glee to drown me in the cp sea and as he comes, gift-bearing Greek to him i'll turn the other cheek. now minding waves, both g and p let's sail upon this ep sea. Bean 222325the emninatm of the sputum, when available. for tubercle bacilli is imperative in all eases of suspected pulmonary tuberculosis, but in the presence of suspicious signs or symptoms a negative result must be received with caution, tubercle bacilli are not usually present in early hemoptysis. 26. . . pharmacology this Medicine was composed of twenty or more different herbs-, but it was not eery difficult for one conversant in these subjects, to perceive, that the active herb could be no other than the foxglove . . . Withering 29you must go to the bedside: it is there alone that you ean learn disease. . . Harvey 30physical diagnosis 3133 if you would die fagged to death like a erow with the king birds after hint, be a schoolmaster—if you would war thin and savage like a half-fed spider, be a lawyer—if you would go off like an opium eater in love with your starving delusion, be a doctor . . . Holmes 34w 'L36 lliiua. . . anesthesia the (mucus first demonstration of other anesthesia took place on October to. f$46. in the operating room of the massaehusetts general hospital at boston. the terms '‘anesthetic” ami ‘'anesthesia” were coined by Oliver wendell holmes from two greek wonts meaning "without sensation. " 37. . . obstetrics two things, each called device: c. mag the first suffice to keep our population front exploding! for it's the i.u.d. that’s intrauterine.—see? a smooth and plastic spiral, non-corroding. o browning and your dance of plastic circumstance!— you wrote without planned parenthood in mind! but cheer! no sperm can troop nor swarm up past the loop. (let one meet egg. is fetus far behind?) White. . .40. radiology a basic understandig of the various types of chest roentgen examination is essential for every practicing physician, it is important that he kHow what information the various views and techniques have to offer. 41 444546. . . pediatrics 4748no field of specialized medicine has a broader scope, greater responsibilities or greater possibilities than has pediatries, one important fact sets it apart from other divisions of medicine-, it is chiefly concerned with the continued growth and development of its subjects. . . . rXelson 49 . r . . . disaster day 5052 5335. . . administration. . facultyadMinistmtk'H Dr. Millard E. Gladfeher, Ph.D.. D.Sc, LL.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. President of Temple University 58Robert M. Bucher, M.D.. iM.S. (Surgery) Dean of the School of MedicineJohn V. Coles. M.D. Assistant Dean for Student Affairs 60 Arthur D. Nelson, M.D. Executive Director of Temple University Hospital.Virginia Harr Assistant to the Dean Robert C. Baldridge. Ph.D. Associate Dean of the Graduate School 61Mr. David Willis Asst. Vice Pres, for Program and Community Planning 62Michael B. Shimkin. M.D. Asst. Vice Pres, for Research Mr. David Siegel Asst. Vice Pres, for Administration 63TEMPLE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. PHILADELPHIA. PENNSYLVANIA 19140 •• Hi r»-l 1)1 June 1, 1967 Dear- Graduates: Each member of the class must: recognize char he or she was chosen Co occupy one of the scarce places available to those who aspire co the degree oi Doctor of Medicine. I know that you also recognize the fact chat you enter a profession which faces a seemingly insurmountable problem. The people of our country want, need and demand more health care chan we are capable of providing. The deficit may be one of inadequate numbers of personnel or of inadequate systems of care. Most likely it is a combination of both of these factors. As you graduate, you see the first phase of a major expansion program under construction. Tnis represents a response to one of these deficits—that of numbers. The more difficult problem is that of finding newer and improved systems tor the delivery of health care—systems which will utilize the highly educated professional person more effectively. Your teachers have net known the answers to the problem and have been unable to give you speciric instruction and guidance. We regret this inadequacy but do not apologize for it. It is our sincere hope that we have succeeded in stimulating each of you to question the status-quo and to begin to learn how to face the challenge of problem solving. You now assume the role of independent scholar and join with others in constantly seeking the best ways to meet the needs of human health. Welcome to the club. Sincerely yours, RMQrdsb 61 Robert M. Bucher. M.D. Dean65John Franklin Huber. M.D.. Ph.D. Carson D. Schneck, M.D., Ph.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Anatomy 66 M. Noble Bates. Ph.D.67 No comment!Lorenzo Rodriguez-Peralta, M.D. Practical anatomy 68Robert H. Hamilton. M.D.. Ph.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Biochemistry Robert C. Baldridge. Ph.D. Med Techs working hard as usual. Jonathan H. Cii ey, Ph.D. Robert D. Campo. Ph.D. 69Leonard N. Norcia, Ph.D. I’ll keep you fellows on the right track. Are you sure you've done this before? Looks like Diabetes Insipidus to me. ; j Theodore G. G. Wilson, M.D., Ph.D. 70 Ronald A. Pieringer, Ph.D.Is this the cause of cxophthalmus? Earle H. Spaulding, Ph.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Microbiology Yechhhh! Leonard Zubrzycki. Ph.D. H. Frances Havas, Ph.D. 71 Gerald D. Shockman. M.D.Anthony L. Lamberti, M.S. Alois Nowotny, Ph.D. Have a cool stool! er, ah yule! What’s the answer out there Howie? Damn that peanut butter 72 Theodore G. Anderson. Ph.D. Here’s to you buddy! Dieter H. M. Groschel.M.D. She loves me yeh yeh yeh. Anndotoxeens! 73M. J. Oppenheimer. M.D., Sc.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physiology. Bobbing for frogs. A position well filled by the men on either side. Frank Barrera. M.D. 74Wow with frogs' hemorrhoids you have to be very careful. Mary P. Wiedeman. Ph.D. 75Alas, poor Yurie. I knew him well. 76Stanley C. Glauser. M.D.. Ph.D. 77Conccita Harakal, Ph.D. Would you believe this thing runs on one wire? Marcus M. Reidenberg. M.D. Charles A. Papacostas, M.D.. Ph.D. 78 Martin W. Adler, Ph.D.We've got the class right where we want them. 79Marie Valdes-Dapena, M.D. James B. Arey, M.D., Ph.D. Miserable little cancer cells. 80 Walter M. Levy, M.D.Pickled Potential i ML Ofc Elizabeth V. What? No capsule on the Lautsh. M.D. kidney! Really, doctor! Perivascular round cell cuffing? Ernest Aegerter, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pathology Alright, what beats and has four chambers? 81Will the real Dr. Gonzales please stand up. Elizabeth G. French. M.D. Leroy W. Krumperman, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology 8283James C. Erickson, III, M.D. 84 Thomas C. Deas, M.D.85Bernard Sandler. 1.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of PM R Before After Essam Awad. M.D., Ph.D. 86William A. Steiger, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medicine Richard A. Kern, M.D. E. M. Weinberger, M.D. Thomas M. Durant. M.D. I. W. Ginsburg. M.D. Fred B. Rogers. M.D. Oh! Those patients who trouble me. 87Morris Kleinbari, M.D. Michael B. Shimkin, M.D. Hmmmmmm, a split twelfth sound. 88Albert J. Finestone, M.D. Kenneth M. Schreck. M.D. Norman Learner, M.D. Francis R. Manlove. M.D. 89 Bert. I'm sorry about that 5600So how do you expect 1 should be as happy as you after being up all night running between here for your gas and 10PP for Mrs. Golden's constipation? It's saddening to hear so much suffering confined to a small enclosure such as this. Why must sin continue at so rampant a pace? 90Robert C. Wolfe, M.D. Mrs. Yates I want you boys to read 100 pages of Harrison pe'r week! S. Michael Free. Jr.. Ph.D. Samuel Polsky. LL.B., Ph.D. Neal W. Chilton, D.D.S. M.P.H. 91Got any openings at Eagleville? If the poor victim needs must be percussed. Don't make an anvil of his aching bust; (Doctor’s exist within a hundred miles 92 who thump a thorax as they’d hammer piles;) If you must listen to his doubtful chest. Catch the essentials and ignore the rest.One at a time please. George I. Blumstein. M.D. Lyndall Molthan. M.D DonaJd J. Ottenberg. M.D. iSli 93Louis A. Soloff, M.D. William S. Frankl, M.D. Howard Warner, M.D. Michael T. McDonough, M.D. Ronald H. Friedman, M.D. Look’s like the most non-specific ST-T wave changes I’ve ever seen. Felix Cortes, M.D. 941 If 1 A few of Miss Brown's finest. 95Marcus M. Reidenberg, M.D. Charles R. Shuman. M.D. Bertram J. Channick. M.D. Carmen T. Bello. M.D. Burritt L. Haag, M.D. Obvious hyperthyroidism Acromegaly! 96Tastes like a sulfhydrl group on his lifesaver. How much do you think it costs to ship a pint of blood from Africa? 97H. James Day, M.D. William E. Barry, M.D. John R. Durant, M.D. Richard V. Smalley, M.D. 98% eosinophiles!!! Stanley H. Lorber. M.D. William Chey, M.D. Oh! Doctor Lorber you shouldn't have. Philip Bralow, M.D. Dona d Berkowiiz, M.D 99 tr4 Charles D. Tourtellotte, M.D. John H. Martin, M.D. George H. Ehrlich, M.D. Did you ever see the collagen twist? too John Lansbury, M.D. Wake up Jess!T Who wants to see my A-R pupils?Herbert M. Stauffer. M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Dept, of Roentgenology. N. David Charkes, M.D. Holy Cow, that's not a B.E. Gustavus C. Bird, M.D. 102 Henry J. Woloshin, M.D.103 Marc S. Lapayowker, M.D. 104 Only the shadow knows.Jose L. Gimenez. M.D. How does it taste, Earl? My name. Jose Gimenez 105James H. Thaidigsman, M.D. 106Laurence E. Lundy, M.D. Lewis K. Hoberman. M.D. John P. Emich, M.D. Where to next year, George? It’s a girl, guys! 107 Where’s Malvin?108Alfred L. Kalodner. M.D. t 'wS s The ray of hope. Sorry about that chief! Michael J. Dalv. M.D. 109Victor C. Vaughan, III. M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics Nancy N. Huang, M.D. C. Robert E. Wells. M.D. no What is puberty?Daniel S. Fleisher, M.D. Sacha H. Field, M.D. 112 David S. Smith. M.D.Which one has the toni? 113Waldo E. Nelson, M.D. Joseph L. Naiman. M.D. t • William P. Barba. M.D. Gary G. Carpenter, M.D. Ian F. S. Black, M.D. Maarten L. Sibinga, M.D. 114W. Emory Burnett, M.D. George P. Rosemond. M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Surgery 115116 John R. Minehari. M.D.Julio C. Davila, M.D. Vincent W. Lauby, M.D Fred Reichle. M.D. L. Marvin Clark. M.D. H. Taylor Caswell. M.D. 117118M. Prince Brigham, M.D. Golly no guys, I know I felt crepitation, gee whiz! Leonard I. Goldman, M.D. Whar’s Miss Vah-taliahno? Willis P. Maier, M.D. Robert C. Eyerly, M.D. Trevelyan E. Palmer, M.D. 119 Oh no, not another dog.Dr. Beatty “Lilian, you should have taken your pills.” “I did, I'm suing Ortho." 120Emil Liebman. M.D. Philip Rosenberg, Ph.D. Hold still while I lake your temperature. Max Lee Ronis. M.D. Toot! Bernard J. Ronis, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Otorhinology. 121John W. Lachman. M.D. John Royal Moore. M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthopedics Benedict F. Magsamen, M.D. 122Thou shall not valgus, or is it varus? Why did Hubert Humphrey’s parent’s name him Hubert? Because they couldn’t spell ychhhhhhnhhhhhh! What cha doin after work sonny? Charles M. Norris, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Laryngology and Broncnoesophagology 123This patient presented to the AD with left hemiparesis and spasticity. 124Dr. Spiegel William A. Buchheit, M.D. Frederick A. Simeone. M.D. Transient her.iparesis. Progressive neurologic8 deficit. Ch. Brain flvn. basilar Art nsuf f ic Paul M. Lin, M.D. You get this brain, see. 125126 Another job for Harry Bacon. Samuel W. Eisenberg, M.D.Glen G. Gibson, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology 127You need a manicure Elliot. Frederick Urbach, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology Fritz Blank, Dr. Sc. Techn. Looks like AAAcanTHosis. Carroll F. Burgoon. M.D. 128Double bourbon on the rocks. Waine C. Johnson. M.D. Janies H. Graham, M.D. Shur was a good party las nite. Donald N. MacVicar. M.D. 129Barney M. Dlin, M.D. R. Bruce Sloane, M.D. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry O. Eugene Baum, M.D. Allan H. Cristol, M.D. Charles D. Haughey, M.D. O. Spurgeon English. M.D. Adrian D. Copeland, M.D. no’-[i ww um Francis H. Hoffman, M.D. John R. Benson, M.D.innnnnnn Philadelphia general hospital st. Christopher’s hospital for children 132. . . affiliated hospitals hospital 133albert ciastcin hospital episcopal hospital hospital 135 will's eye hospital. . seniors 137the history of medicine is. in fact, the history of humanity itself with its ups and downs, its brave aspirations after truth and finality, its pathetic failures, the subject may be treated variously as a pageant, an array of books, a procession of characters, a succession of theories, an exposition of human ineptitudes, or as the very bone and marrow of cultural history . . . Garrison. . . . 967 class history WCbU , X P.MiXMtft r tUCA . itHWl XW.1T TO yau. AMO DAO ... Mow t "Vm TO B£ A COwBoy U» c I'vt WAHTI TO 9L CC x wAS xml” fi the history of the class of 1967 began on September second, nineteen hundred and sixty three, when we were welcomed to temple university medical school by dean bucher. dean nelson, bones hamilton, daddy huber, and dr. ohler. on that day we were told we were now considered doctors, little did we know what was ahead of us before we really felt like doctors, however that may be. quickly some of the members of the class volunteered to put out the cadavers, we have been meaning to thank howie berinson for pointing out the good cadavers to his friends, we also want to thank howie and bob weiss for conducting their own set of lectures throughout all of medical school, sometimes during other lectures, we were introduced quickly to the ways of medical school, it didn’t take long to figure out that if you did daddy huber's picture page on the anatomy test first, you felt much belter when you got bombed on drs. davidheiser’s and krauses’ pages, dr. bates, in the early part of the year, gave his now famous lecture on the fourth lane, which lasted four months, it was at this point in our illustrious 138career that john atlee began writing his own text in anatomy, if you bought one of john’s texts, you were entitled to a free copy of his atlas on 1001 ways to cross-examine a professor after a lecture, dr. schneck was elected to give the lecture to the class on the mammary gland, he began his subject by expressing his hope that by the end of the lecture we would all have a firm grip of the subject, donna baillere and jackie leary designed a special lobed mammary gland for dr. schneck for the Christmas party, it was at this time that we discovered mark rader's supernumerary nipple, dr. troyer almost suffocated during his lecture on the paricties, when he stepped into a plastic bag and played embryology, soon karl lanks and carol widmaier found each other, their torrid romance made even the cadavers sit up and lake notice, we were into the second semester when dr. norcia tried to stimulate our interest in the lipids and was set back twenty years when he found dan habura to be a protein fan. dr. hamilton amazed us with precision timing in closing the auditorium door, he is the only man in the school capa- 139. . . preclimcal years blc of keeping the microphone wire straight, one of his famous lectures was on neon, argon and so-on. following closely behind bones was dr. cilley, the only man in the world who could buret one- one thousandth of a drop and then weigh it on a balance to double check, our batwoman-dr. wiedeman introduced herself by saying, “i’ve got my minnie mouse shoes on and my brooks brothers shirt, and now for the ah-ball." who could ever forget dr. ascanio saying adiodochoki-nesis, or dr. ohler and the gfr, pah, and tubular max. we had been scared all along by the sophomores about pathology, and rightly so. in the fall of 1964 we began one of the most traumatic grinds of our short lives, who was this man they called “the chief’? the goody was played by gus peale assisted by wait lev)', elizabeth lautsch. and ernie tassoni. over the Christmas holidays, beside completing our micro papers we were to cover three months’ material in pathology, we hated to spoil the chiefs skiing trip to Colorado, by having him come back to a catastrophe as he called it. one of the 140highlights of the year was mr. lam-berti’s lecture with the beep machine, second semester we finally got to see patients, twenty-three students examine the patients scrotum for a hernia, we were finally there, on our first history and physical the patient told us where the murmur was heard best and where to feel the mass, this was the semester of the ischemic gluteus maximus. even dan habura’s protein pad didn't feel as good as a cushion from his apartment, this was when we were introduced to the names of shuman, channick, cohen. rose-mond, caswell, lauby and zatuchni. these were some of the men who would shape the remainder of our stay at luh. junior year was the commuter year, commute to pgh. to episcopal, to einstein. to germantown. to st. chris and back to temple for the stimulating three o'clock lecture about what is abnormal and what is normal and whether abnormal was actually normal or was it abnormal, this was the year of the legend of howard warner, the man behind the stethoscope . . . clinical years and the hand that percussed a thousand chests. the mill's building at pgh where dr. cohen’s famous committee resides and where he told us how to get to henry landis state hospital by going down girard avenue to girard college and then turning left at the pickets, it was here we learned the plus four cohen sign when the patient's temperature was higher than his weight, the mill’s building is where dr. gilpin’s neurology unit makes its home. HIthe patients on this area have been worked up at least thirty times each, and have memorized what they are supposed to say. once again phi chi beat phi beta pi for the third straight year in basketball, the year was climaxed with one month of tests which were worse than boards, our annual picnic was held at camp rose twig and was outstanding for its number of casualties—twister brown’s forehead, and mark rader’s arm. with very little vacation our senior year began—the year we had looked forward to for a long time, the big question in all our minds was “now that we are here, what do we do”? this was soon answered with a little ad experience or a few trips to a code 5600. it was here that bernie wein-traub set the surgical morbidity rate back a hundred years, however, in all due respect to bernie. we can say that with personal guidance from dr. gold-man he has done well, at a combined cardiology-surgical conference, pal evans dropped his match into what he thought was dr. wamer’s cup of ashes only to find that it was dr. warner’s coke, dennis eyler scared the wits out of all of us by developing viral encephalitis and fortunately bounced back quickly to sell more packard shirts, much of the history of this class is yet to be written by time. 142. . . class officers Sidney braman . . . vice president j. roger curran . . . president 143 donna baillerc . . . secretary palmer c. evans . . . historianRobert Edwin Allen, M.D. Medford, Oregon Harvard University, A.B. Babcock Surgical Society L. Bruce Althouse, M.D. Lancaster. Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College, A.B. Warren Thorsten Anderson. M.D. Clarks Summit. Pennsylvania Virginia Military Institute. B.A. Alpha Kappa Kappa 144John Light Atlee. III. M.D. Lancaster. Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College. B.A. Alpha Kappa Kappa Harold Axe. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University. A.B. Medical School Chorus Phi Delta Epsilon Donna Guenther Baillere. M.D. Meadville. Pennsylvania Allegheny College. B.S. Cornell University University of Houston Class Secretary Alpha Epsilon Iota 145David Bruce Baldwin. M.D. Hopewell, New Jersey Franklin and Marshall College. A.B. Phi Chi Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Ernest Baran, M.D. Hazleton. Pennsylvania Temple University, B.S. Phi Chi Rugby Barry Ronald Barnhart. M.D. Mount Joy, Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College, A.B. 146Kenneth Bruce Bassion. M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University, A.B. Frederick George Bergmann. M.D. Sussex, New Jersey Cornell University, A.B, Howard Scott Berinson. M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University. B.A. Phi Delta Epsilon 147Edward Leonard Blackman. M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University. A.B. Phi Delta Epsilon Mara Blakis, M.D. Pierre, South Dakota University of South Dakota, B.A. Edith Lynn Bloom, M.D. Suffern, New York Wheaton College, B.A. 148Arthur M. Bobrove, M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University. B.A. Phi Delta Epsilon Alpha Omega Alpha Hugh Bonner, Jr., M.D. Locksley. Pennsylvania Haverford College, B.A. Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Ron Brady. M.D. Forest Hills, New York Queens College. B.S. 149Sidney Stuart Braman, M.D. Wyncote, Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College, A.B. Phi Delta Epsilon Babcock Surgical Society John William Breneman, M.D Newburg, Pennsylvania Findlay College, A.B. Christian Medical Society Alan Paul Brown. M.D. Rockaway, New Jersey Rutgers University Phi Beta Pi Alpha Omega Alpha 150T. Wister Brown. V. M.D. Ardmore. Pennsylvania Princeton University. A.B. Phi Chi Bentley Burnham. M.D. Rumson, New Jersey Yale University. B.A. Phi Chi David Willard Bryant. M.D. Washington, Pennsylvania Washington and Jefferson College, B.A. 151Leonard Edwin Byler, M.D. Belleville. Pennsylvania Goshen College. B.A. Ronald Wallace Chludzinski. M.D. Erie. Pennsylvania Gannon College. B.A. Phi Beta Pi Gerald Eaton Christen. M.D. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Cornell University, B.E.E. Phi Chi d 152David W. Christensen. M.D. Haddonfield. New Jersey Ursinus College. B.S. Christian Medical Society Orrie Golwals Clemens, M.D. Telford. Pennsylvania Goshen College. B.A. Alpha Omega Alpha W. Gerald Cochran. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania LaSalle College. B.S. Phi Rho Sigma 153Joel G. Cohen, M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University, A.B. Phi Delta Epsilon Robinson Cook. II. M.D. Madison, Connecticut Yale University, B.S. William Anthony Cox. M.D. Deerfield Park. New Jersey Juniata College, B.S. Phi Rho Sigma 154David William Cundey, M.D. John Roger Curran, M.D. Ardsley, Pennsylvania University of Michigan, B.S. Class President. Babcock Surgical Society Alan DeCherney, M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Muhlenberg College, B.S. Alpha Omega Alpha Phi Delta Epsilon Rydal. Pennsylvania LaSalle College, B.A. 155Robert Francis de Quevedo, M.D. Scranton. Pennsylvania University of Scranton. B.S. Phi Chi ' Joseph Anthony Dilenno, M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania St. Joseph's College. B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa Milton Austin Drake, Jr., M.D. North Kingston. Rhode Island University of Rhode Island, B.S.E.E. 156Lydia Ann Eastburn. M.D. Landenberg. Pennsylvania Juniata College, B.S. SKULL Alpha Epsilon Iota. A MW A Medical School Chorus Palmer Chase Evans, M.D. Coaldalc. Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College, A.B. Class historian Phi Chi SKULL Kenneth L. Eckhart. Jr., M.D. Doylestown, Pennsylvania Muhlenberg College. B.S. 157Dennis Read Eyler, M.D. Lancaster, Pennsylvania Wesleyan University, B.A. Phi Chi SKULL John Vincent Ferrazano, M.D. Bangor, Pennsylvania Villanova University Phi Beta Pi Joseph Lewis Fichthom, M.D. McGrann, Pennsylvania Washington and Jefferson College Phi Beta Pi 158Stuart Malcolm Frenchman. M.D. Newark. New Jersey Rutgers University, B.A. Phi Delta Epsilon Raymond Lloyd Garcia, M.D. Fair Lawn, New Jersey Drew University, B.A. Babcock Surgical Society SAMA Del E. Gehring, M.D. Washburn, North Dakota University of North Dakota, B.S. University of Minnesota. M.A. Phi Beta Pi 159Lynn Gerald Guiser, M.D. Mifflintown, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University B.S. Phi Rho Sigma Charles F. Haeussner, M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ursinus College, B.S. David Larry Hartzell. M.D. Renfrew, Pennsylvania Christian Medical Society 160Anne Frances Hoare. M.D. West Caldwell. New Jersey College of Saint Elizabeth, A.B. Dartmouth Medical School. B.M.S. Jay H. Holtzman. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania LaSalle College, B.A. Student Psychiatry Society Medical Committee for Human Rights Milton T. Hummer. M.D. Lebanon. Pennsylvania Wheaton College. B.S. Christian Medical Society 161David Solomon Hurewitz, M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University. B.A. Phi Delta Epsilon John Caesar Incarvito, Jr.. M.D Philadelphia. Pennsylvania LaSalle College. B.A. Phi Rho Sigma Babcock Surgical Society James Milton Irvin. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University. A.B. Babcock Surgical Society 162Walter Francis Janusz. M.D. Manville. New Jersey Rutgers University, A.B. Babcock Surgical Society John Baker Jeffers, M.D. Willingboro. New Jersey Rutgers University Cornell University, D.V.M. Alex William Jerome. M.D. New Kensington, Pennsylvania Washington and Jefferson College, B.A. Phi Beta Pi 163Ralph Henry Kaiser. M.D. Williamsport, Pennsylvania Lycoming College, A.B. John Johnson, M.D. Irwin. Pennsylvania Thiel College, B.S. Phi Beta Pi Sandra Janet Kaplan, M.D. Washington, D.C. George Washington University, B.S. American Medical Women’s Association 164John Pierce Keller. M.D. Scarsdale. New York Northwestern University. B.A. Alpha Kappa Kappa Raymond J. Kelly. M.D. Glenolden, Pennsylvania Villanova University. B.S. Phi Beta Pi Gerdi D. Kelsey. M.D. Benton. Pennsylvania Lycoming College. A.B.Lawrence Stephen Koons. M.D. Shenandoah, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University, B.S. Phi Chi, Glee Club William Chambers Kothe, M.D. Ellwood City, Pennsylvania Allegheny College. B.S. SAMA, Phi Chi Ray Laverne Landis, M.D. Lansdale, Pennsylvania Eastern Mennonite College, B.S. Christian Medical Society 166Karl William Lanks, M.D. Secane. Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University, B.A.. B.S. jlee Club. Babcock Surgical Society. Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Rho Sigma M. Jacquelyn Leary. M.D. Paoli. Pennsylvania Goucher College, A.B. Alpha Epsilon Iota David Clair Leber. M.D. Lewistown, Pennsylvania Albright College, B.S.. Babcock Surgical Society. Alpha Kappa Kappa 167Abdiel Lorente-de-la-Torre. M.D. El Cristo, Oricntc, Cuba Eastern Baptist College, B.A. Christian Medical Society Alpha Kappa Kappa William S. Mallin, M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania. Phi Delta Epsilon Kenneth Michael Master, M.D. Easton, Pennsylvania Columbia University, B.A. Phi Beta Phi 168Eliot Menkowitz, M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania LaSalle College, B.S. Phi Delta Epsilon. SKULL Treasurer 1963-64 Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha A. F. Mesete. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University. A.B. Alpha Omega Alpha Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Swarthmore College, B.A. David J. McLanahan, M.D. 169Jacqueline Miller, M.D. Middletown. Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. Richard Lynwood Moflet. M.D. Lewistown, Pennsylvania Juniata College. B.S. Phi Rho Sigma Barry Brooks Moore. M.D. Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania Juniata College. B.S. Phi Rho Sigma Babcock Surgical Society 170Mary Elizabeth Moore, M.D. Passaic, New Jersey Douglas College, A.B. Rutgers University. M.S.. Ph.D. Alpha Epsilon Iota William Brode Moore. M.D. Hatboro, Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College. A.B. Phi Chi Class Treasurer Thomas Eastman Mueller, M.D. Villanova. Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College, A.B. Phi Chi Inter-fraternity Council SKULL 171Merry Lee Obetz, M.D. Columbus, Ohio Denison College, B.S. Alpha Epsilon Iota SKULL Jerome Andrew Olack, M.D. Kingston, Pennsylvania King’s College. B.S. Phi Rho Sigma 172Bernard Stephen Panek. M.D. Jenners, Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh Phi Rho Sigma, SAMA Paul Charles Pennock. M.D. Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Washington and Jefferson College, A.B. Student Psychiatry Society Alpha Kappa Kappa Jeanette Munson Pergam, M.D. Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania Dickinson College. B.S. SKULL 173Paul Edward Petit, M.D. Reading, Pennsylvania LaSalle College, B.A. Phi Rho Sigma Dean Lawrence Pierson, M.D. Fresno, California University of California, B.S. University of California, M.P.H. SAMA 174 Valentine Frank Pilarek, M.D. Nanticoke, Pennsylvania Temple University. A.B.Mark Dale Rader. M.D. Allentown. Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College. B.A. Phi Chi. Glee Club, Alpha Omega Alpha SKULL Gilberto E. Rodriquez-Velez, M.D. San Juan, Puerto Rico University of Notre Dame. B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa James Charles Riley. M.D. Lewisburg, Pennsylvania Bucknell University, B.S. Phi Chi SKULL 175Edward Paul Rothstein. M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University, A.B. Franklin A. Rumore, M.D. Glendale Queens, New York Washington and Jefferson College, B.A. Phi Beta Pi Maria Archer Russell, M.D. Ambler, Pennsylvania Swarthmore College, B.A. Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha 176Robert L. Shindler. M.D. York. Pennsylvania York Junior College Franklin and Marshall College, Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Joseph Shurman. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University, A.B. Alpha Kappa Kappa Leonard Shapiro, M.D. Cheltenham. Pennsylvania Temple University, A.B. Phi Beta Pi Alpha Omega Alpha B.A. 177Martin Barry Silverstein. M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University, A.B, Phi Delta Epsilon Jane Simon. M.D. New City, New York Barnard College. B.A. University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine Medical School Chorus Earl Arthur Smith, M.D. Paoli, Pennsylvania Allegheny College. B.S. Phi Chi Alpha Omega Alpha 178Michael Snyderman. M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University, A.B. Phi Rho Sigma Babcock Surgical Society- Carl Richard Sonder. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania B.A. Alpha Omega Alpha Ronald Paul Spark. M.D. St. George. Utah Johns Hopkins University. B.A. 179Jesse I. Spector, M.D. Lilian Hirsch Stern, M.D. Geneva, New York Wellesley College, A.B. Alpha Epsilon Iota, AMWA Glenn B. Stoltzfus, M.D. Aurora, Ohio Goshen College. B.A. Medical School Chorus 180Gilbert W. Templeton. M.D. Westfield. New Jersey Ursinus College, B.S. Phi Rho Sigma. Medical School Chorus Babcock Surgical Society Alpha Omega Alpha Samuel Dwane Thomas, M.D. Detroit, Michigan University of Michigan. A.B. Wayne State University. M.S. SAMA Newsletter Richard Dean Tenney. M.D. Rapid City. South Dakota University of South Dakota. B.S.M. 181John Toton. M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania St. Joseph's College. B.S. Phi Beta Pi Raymond Carl Truex. Jr., M.D. Narberth. Pennsylvania Gettysburg College. A.B. Phi Chi John Walter Valenteen, M.D. Lancaster, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University. B.S. Babcock Surgical Society Phi Beta Pi Medical School Chorus 182Salvatore Michael Valenti. M.D. Pittston. Pennsylvania Wilkes College. B.S. University of Pennsylvania James Charles Walsh, M.D. Exeter, Pennsylvania King’s College, B.S. John Weller Walthcr. M.D. West Milton. Ohio Washington and Jefferson College. A.B. Phi Beta Pi Student Psychiatry Society 183P. Eugene Watson, M.D. Middletown, Delaware University of Delaware, B.S. Thomas A. Webster, M.D. Lumberville, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University. B.S. Phi Chi SKULL Bernard Maurice Weintraub, M.D. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University, B.A. Phi Delta Epsilon 184Robert Weiss. M.D. Paul Andrew Wengert, Jr.. Chambersburg, Pennsylvania Messiah College Greenville College, B.A. Constance Sturgis White, M.D. New York, New York University of Chicago. B.A. Columbia University Alpha Epsilon Iota, AMWA Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University. B.A. M.D. 185Carole Fay Widmaier. M.D. Trenton, New Jersey Ursinus College. B.S. Babcock Surgical Society Glee Club Louis Harry Winkler, III. M.D. Bethlehem. Pennsylvania Bates College, B.S. Phi Beta Pi Alpha Omega Alpha Allan B. Wicks. M.D. West Pittston. Pennsylvania Dickinson College, B.S. Phi Chi. Rugby t 186William Jay Wishner. M.D. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania LaSalle College, B.A. in memoriam: GEORGE W. CAMPBELL LJpon our return to school after Christmas vacation in the Freshman year, we learned of the tragic death of George. He was a member of Phi Chi and an ardent swimmer. Above all. he was a good friend. 187 JAMES H KLING While working for a construction company during the summer between our Sophomore and Junior years, Jim was fatally injured in a fall. A good basketball player, a hard-hitting football enthusiast, Jim was admired by all. He was a hard-working student, a loving husband and a devoted father.. . . internship T Wisiar Brown, V. Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. Joseph L Fichthom Washington Hospital Washington. Pa Robert E. Allen Meadowbrook Hospital East Meadow. N Y. Lemuel B. Althousc. Jr Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg, Pa’ Warren T. Anderson Letterman General Hospital San Francisco. Calif. John L. Alice. Ill Germantown Dispensary und Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. Harold .Axe Beth Israel Hospital New York. N Y Donna G. Baillere St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia. Pa David B. Baldwin Los Anglcles Count)' General Hospital Los Angeles. Calif. ’ Ernest M. Baran South Side Hospital Pittsburgh. Pa Barry R Barnhart Washington Hospital Washington. Pa Kenneth B. Bassion Albany Medical Center Albany. N.Y. Frederick G. Bcrgmnnn George Washington University Hospital Washington. D.C". Howard Bennson Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Pa. Edward L Blackman U.S. Naval Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. Mara Blakis Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Santa Barbara. Calif Edith L Bloom New' York Medical College Hospitals New York. N.Y. Arthur M. Bobrove University Hospital Ann Arbor, Mich Hugh Bonner. Jr. The Bryn Mawr Hospital Bryn Mawr. Pa. Ronald Brady St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center New York. N.Y Sidney S. Braman Philadelphia General Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. John W. Breneman Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster. Pa. Alan P. Brown Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. David W. Bryant Washington. Hospital Washington. Pa. Bentley Burnham Monmouth Medical Center Long Branch. N.J Leonard E Bvler Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center Philadelphia. Pa. Ronald W. Chludzinski Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg, Pa. David W Christensen Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harnsburg. Pa Orhc G. Clemens Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg, Pa W Gerald Cochran U.S. Public Health Service Hospital Norfolk. Va. Joel G. Cohen Abington Memorial Hospital Abington, Pa. Robinson. Cook. II Hartford Hospital Hartford. Conn. William A Cox Medical College of Virginia Hospital Richmond. Va. David W. Cundey Eugene Talmadc Memonal Hospital Augusta. Georgia J. Roger Curran University Hospital Ann Arbor. Mich Alan A. DeChemey Health Center Hospitals Pittsburgh. Pa Robert I- DeQuevedo Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg. Pa. Joseph A. Dilenno Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Pa. Milton A Drake Gorgas Hospital Balboa Heights. Canal Zone Lydia A Eastbum Iowa Lutheran Hospital Des Moines. Iowa Kenneth L Eckhart, Jr. Abington Memorial Hospital Abington. Pa. Palmer C. Evans George F. Geisinger Medical Center Danville. Pa. Dennis R Eyler Andrews Air Force Base Washington. D.C. John V F'errazzano St. Mary’s Hospital San Francisco. Calif Stuart M Frenchman Germantown Dispensary and Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. Raymond L Garcia Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio. Texas Dclton E. Gehnng Orange County General Hospital Orange. Calif’ Lynn G. Guiser Concmaugh Valley Memorial Hospital Johnstown. Pa Charles F. Haeussner Harnsburg Polyclinic Hospital Harnsburg. Pa. David L. Hartzell Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg, Pa’ Anne F. Hoare St Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia. Pa. Jay H. Holtzman Highland Hospital Oakland. Calif. Milton T. Hummer Temple University Hospital Philadelphia, Pa David S Hurewitz Maimonides Hospital Brooklyn. N Y John C. Incarvito Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa James M. Irvin Kings County Hospital Center Brooklyn. N.Y. Walter F. Janusz Germantown Dispensary and Hospital Philadelphia. Pa John B Jeffers Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Alex W Jerome Presbyterian Hospital Denver. Colo. John W. Johnson The Allentown Hospital Allentown. Pa Ralph H. Kaiser Allentown Hospital Allentown. Pa Sandra J. Kaplan Philadelphia General Hospital Philadelphia. Pa John P Keller Mary Fletcher Hospital Burlington. Vt. Raymond J Kelly The Cooper Hospital Camden. NJ. Gerdi D Kelsey Bryan Memorial Hospital Lincoln. Neb. 188Lawrence S. Koons Graduate Hospital Philadelphia. Pn. William C. Kothc Tripler General Hospital Honolulu. Hawaii Ray L. Landis The Reading Hospital Reading. Pa. Karl W. Lanks University of Colorado Medical Center Denver. Colo. M Jacquelyn Lcarv Highland Hospital OaTcland. Calif David C. Leber Letterman General Hospital San Francisco. Calif. Abdicl Lorentc-dc-lu-Torrc Ben Tnub General Hospital Houston. Texas William S. Mallm Preshytcrian-Univcrsity of Pennsylvania Medical Center Philadelphia. Pa. Kenneth M Master New York Medical College Hospitals New York. N Y David J. McLanahan U.S. Public Health Service Hospital Staten Island. N Y. Elliot Menkowit U.S. Public Health Service Hospitul Baltimore. Md. Alfonso F. Mesetc Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Jacqueline L. Miller Jefferson Hospital Philadelphia, Pa Richard L Moffcl The Washington Hospital Washington.'Pa Barry B. Moore Cincinnati General Hospital Cincinnati. Ohio Mary E. Moore Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa William B. Moore Grady Memorial Hospital Atlanta, Ga Thomas L Mueller Madison General Hospital Madison. Wis. James H. Murray. Jr The Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. Merry L. Obcu Presbyterian Hospital Denver. Colo. Jerome A. Olack Robert Packer Hospital Sayre. Pa. Bernard S Panek Concmaugh Valiev Memorial Hospital Johnstown. Pa. Paul C Pcnnock Wilmington Medical Center Wilmington. Del. Jeannette M Pergam The Jefferson Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. Paul E Pent U.S. Naval Hospital St Albans. NY! Dean L. Pierson Walter Reed General Hospital Washington. D.C Valentine F Pilarck South Side Hospital Pittsburgh. Pa. Mark D Rader Hamsburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg, Pa! James C Riley Charity Hospital of Louisiana New Orleans. La Gilberto E. Rodriguer-Vclcr University District Hospital Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Edward P. Roihsietn St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Philadelphia. Pa Franklin A. Rumore Southern Pacific Memorial Hospital San Francisco. Calif Maria A. Russel Albany Medical Center Albany. N Y Leonard Shapiro Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Robert L Shindlcr Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Joseph Shurman Chestnut Hill Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Martin B Silvcrstein Philadelphia General Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Jane Simon University of Colorado Medical Center Denver, Colo. Earl A. Smith Tampa General Hospital Tampa. Fia Michael C Snyderman Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Carl R Sender Ml. Sinai Hospital New York. NY Ronald P Spark The Graduate Hospital Philadelphia. Pa Jesse I. Specter Abington Memorial Hospital Abington. Pa. Lillian H Stem Germantown Dispensan and Hospital Phila. Pa Glenn B. Stolufus Akron City Hospital Akron. Ohio Gilbert W Templeton Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg. Pa! Richard D Tenney U.S Naval Hospital Chelsea. Mass. S. Dwane Thomas U.S. Public Health Service Hospital Baltimore. Md. John F. Toton Highland Hospital Oakland. Calif. Raymond C Trucx. Jr Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia. Pa. J. Walter Valentccn Thomas M. Fitzgeruld-Mcrcy Hospital Darby. Pa. Salvatore M Valenti James C Walsh George F. Geisingcr Medical Center Danville. Pa John W. Walthcr. Jr William Beaumont General Hospital El Paso. Texas P. Eugene Watson Wilmington Medical Center Wilmington. Del Thomas A Webster Southern Pacific Memorial Hospital San Francisco, Calif Bernard M. Weintraub Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Pa Robert Weiss Abington Memorial Hospital Abington. Pa Paul A. Wcngcrt. Jr. Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Harrisburg, Pa! Constance S Whne Cleveland Clinic Hospital Cleveland. Ohio Mian B. Wicks Presbyterian Hospital Denver. Colo. Carole F Wtdmaicr Chicago W'eslev Memorial Hospital Chicago. Ill Louis H Winkler, ill Maine Medical Center Portland. Me William J Wishner Temple University Hospital Philadelphia. Pa 189senior families Al. Bonnie, Amy and Alan Wicks Hugh, Bertie, and Bud Bonner John and Barbara Atlee Joe and Gloria Shurman Ken and Pris Eckhart 190 Dave and Mary BaldwinBob, Mary, and Bobby DeQuevedo Ed and Rosalie Rolhstein Jane and Jim Riley Pal and Margo Evans 191 Tom and Arlene WebsterBarry. Joanne, and Veronica Barnhart Dean. Nan. Karl, Eric. Greichen, and Pix Pierson Ron and Jean ChludzinskiGordi and Sandra Kelsey Len and Lin Shapiro Joel. Diane, and Lawrence Cohen Barry and Carol Moore Glenn. Geneva. Jeffrey, and Michael Stoltzfus Bill and Stephanie Mallin Senior Families continued on page 274sjiomnf ' '196. . . sophomores 197198KE . . . freshmen 199 . . organizationsbabcock surgical society 202aoa 203cma 204 sama 205206e td 3208AKK 209210®TX 211 IFC 212glee club 213photography coordinators............ mark d. rader James c. riley medical technology editor........... henny lipschutz business manager................. elliot menkowitz advisor.......................... harold o. eckelman secretaries.........................joanna bernat elaine neroni ronnie mehughskull editor-in-chief.......................................palmer c. evans managing editor alan h. dccherney layouts and copy......... . lydia eastburn merry lee obetz milton a. drake, jr. photography................................... ... thomos a. webster gilbert w. templeton dennis r. eyler theodore a. wagner cleve r. dan-son 215"{fry are meat bees cf (he medical team that help ferret cut the cause amt cure ef disease ketpinj save trees an,I eBedtt e pain Veit ate people uitit a desire la scree mankind ". . WSSam Hmnr Smith. ,U.2 . medical technologydedication on august 30, 1965. we began our junior year of college, we were excited, but a little frightened, for we had to make a transition from the college world to the professional world of medicine. elise galloway was our advisor, she spent many hours performing endless chores; planning and attending our classes, lecturing, and supervising our student labs, even though her duties were often arduous, she was always nearby when we needed help, she taught us of the responsibilities which would be ours, and was an excellent example of the meaning of medical technology. elise galloway has become a close friend to us, and it will be difficult to part company with one of whom we have grown so fond, for her unrestricted interest in our welfare we thank her. and we dedicate this book to her. 218history a training program for laboratory technicians was begun bv temple in 1925.'"the course was expanded from six to eighteen months in 1931. the school was then under the supervision of dr. frank konzelmann, pathologist director, and was subsequently approved by the registry of technicians, (a.s.c.p). in 1933. during the 1930’s plans were made to expand the program to a four year course enabling the students to earn a bachelor'of science degree. the degree was first awarded to six graduating seniors in 1939. they were among the first in the country to earn such a degree. a master of science program followed in the 1940's for persons wishing to specialize in microbiology or biochemistry, it is believed to be the first program of its kind, the master's program has since been expanded to include graduate work in hematology, and teaching supervision. dr. eleanor valentine replaced dr. konzelmann as director in the early 1940's and held the post until 1946. when dr. ernest e. aegerter assumed the position. in 1951 the school of medical technology was established as an independent school within temple university, the students enrolled in the school received two years of instruction at temple university's undergraduate campus in the college of liberal arts, taking courses in foreign languages, english, mathematics, inorganic and organic chemistry, biology, comparative anatomy, genetics, and other related subjects; transferring in the beginning of the junior year to the temple university health sciences center. the junior year is spent learning the basic concepts of body physiology and relating this knowledge to clinical laboratory procedures in student labs, this year also finds the juniors beginning affiliations at st. Christopher's, episcopal, and skin and cancerliospitals, where they observe routine clinical procedures. as seniors, the students have a full year of clinical laboratory rotations. touching on all phases of clinical work, upon earning the degree of bachelor of science in medical technology and successfully passing a national registry examination, they become registered as medical technologists of the american society of clinical pathologists. the present senior class is the end of the old school of medical technology and the beginning of the new school as a part of the college of'allied health professions. 219... the college the college of allied health professions was established by temple university at its health sciences center on july 1, 1966, with dean aaron I. andrews at its head. the school of medical technology is proud to be the first of the five professional areas of the newly formed school to have been opened, although the school of medical technology has been in operation since 1931, this is its first official recognition as a formal college, preparing persons for a vital professional role in the clinical laboratories. the class of 1967 is justly proud to be the first graduating class from the college of allied health professions, and to have been the initial stage in the far-reaching progress and expansion of the future. 220 Dean Aaron L. Andrewsadministration Marjorie I. Robbins. A.B., M.S.. M.T. (ASCP) Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medical Technology H. Elise Galloway. B.S.. M S., M.T. (ASCP) Instructor in Medical Technolog) Ernest E. Aegerter, A.B.. B.S.. M.D., F.A.C.P. Director of the School of Medical Technology Ina Lea Roe. A.B., M S.. M.T. (ASCP) Assistant Professor of Medical Technology Wanda Wilkes. B.S.. M S.. M.T. (ASCP) Instructor in Medical TechnologyMyra Olijnyk President . . class officers Carol Greeby Vice President Ellie Wilson Secretary ’ Barbara Harmer Treasurer . . . skull staff Merle Levitt Secretary 1 I 2 Henny Lipschutz Editor 222 Carol Greeby Assistant Editor223 Betty A. Berman. B.S. Wyncote, Pennsylvania Temple UniversityLorraine Farkas Etkin. B.S. Cherry Hill, New Jersey Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Anita Brody. B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University 224Elizabeth A. Fremer, B.S. Brock way, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Bonnie B. Gerber, B.S. Harrisburg. Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta ThetaCarol Grccby, B.S. Medford. New Jersey Temple University Alpha Sigma Alpha Barbara V. Harmer, B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta ThetaLaura M. Igo. B.S. Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania Temple University Susan L. Horcl Horsham. Pennsvlvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta 227Deborah Kahan. B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Mary Ellen Kozacik, B.S. Woodbury, New Jersey Temple University Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Delta Theta 228Merle S. Levitt, B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University Henrietta Lipschutz, B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta 229Edith A. Maskin. B.S. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Maria Michell, B.S. Chester, Pennsylvania Temple University 230Barbara Cohen Neibauer. B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University Myroslawa Olijnyk, B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University 231Suzanne M. Rambo, B.S. Hatboro, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Ruth M. Rosenberg. B.S. Linden. New Jersey Temple University 232Carol R. Schobel. B.S. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Laura A. Schwartz, B.S. Dobbs Ferry, New York Temple University Alpha Delta Theta 233Diane L. Sherman, B.S. Wyncote, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Suzanne D. Smith, B.S. Clarks Green, Pennsylvania Keystone Junior College Temple University Alpha Delta Theta 234Antoinette Grynastyl Stevenson, B.S. Reading, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Helene L. Stack, B.S. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta. Iota Alpha Pi 235Linda D. Ward, B.S. Southampton, Pennsylvania Temple University Alpha Delta Theta Ellen Strauss. B.S. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Temple University 236Eleanor A. Wilson, B.S. Cherry Hill, New Jersey Temple University Alpha Delta Theta . . . our creed being fully cognizant of my responsibility in the practice of medical technology, i affirm my willingness to discharge my duties with accuracy. thoughtfulness, and care, realizing that the knowledge obtained concerning patients in the course of my work must be treated as confidential, i hold inviolate the confidence (trust) placed in me by patient and physician, recognizing that my integrity and that of my profession must be pledged to the absolute reliability of my work, i will conduct myself at all times in a manner appropriate to the dignity of my profession. 237. . . juniorssorority Front: Ellen Stein. Jackie Bandler, Debbie Kahan, Marilyn Goldberg, Marjory Parker, and Nina Hollander. Middle: Eileen Fran-kel, Sue Smith. Helene Stack, Linda Ward. Sue Rambo, Pat Fishburn, Betty Fremer, and Carol Sehobel. Rear: Pat Lukaszow, Rutheanne Kauffman, Lois Hyman. Henny Lipschutz, Diane Sherman. Barbara Harm-er. Marsha Koval, Laura Schwartz. Bonnie Gerber, Reesa Austerlitz, and Lorraine Farkas. alpha della theta is a national professional sorority for medical technologists, it was founded on february I, 1944 at marquette university, at present. alpha delta theta has twenty-six active chapters throughout the country. the phi chapter of alpha delta theta has been at temple university medical center since I960, presently, there are thirty-seven active members; junior and senior medical technology students. this year phi had. as its main project, the planning of the national convention which it will host in October. 1967. in Philadelphia, other activities included a raffle, guest lecturers, Christmas carolling, founder’s day celebration, and an initiation luncheon for new sisters, phi also sponsored a career day during which members of the sorority spoke to high school students from the local schools, and guided them through the clinical laboratories, they were told of the purpose of. and need for qualified medical technologists, and the way in which temple’s four year degree program succeeds in filling this need, the year was climaxed by a dinner dance and senior picnic in may. alpha delta theta sorority tries to instill in its members the qualities of accuracy, dependability. and honesty, which enable them to be outstanding medical technologists. 240senior year Look. Ma—after four years of college I can tell time. Visible reaction? Welcome to my incubator. Care for a cup of blood? This is the way we wash our tubes, wash our tubes, washNot bad-only 699 more slides to go. I forgot to tell them I was color blind? The only ribbons I’ve heard of are the kind girls wear in their hair. I wonder how long it takes to get mercury poisoning? Brucella. Isn’t that the one that penetrates intact skin? 242The purple and orange go here . . . or is it the blue and yellow? I’ve always said a finger works better than a stirring rod. Students advocation . . . paperwork. Instructor: How do you confirm a diagnosis of meningitis? Student:' That’s easy! Do" a brain swab. i 514 SEROLOGY 243Round and round the wheel of fortune goes. Where it stops, nobody knows (except the Board of Health). I thought Trichs were for kids! Would you believe Loa Loa? 244I know I should use a glass, but I'm really thirstv. M’i m If it’s over 1:512 this time . . . 245If 1 stare at it long enough, maybe it’ll go away. Would you believe a three hundred gram hemoglobin and a Hematocrit of nine? A drop o’ dis. a drop o’ dat . . . Three Xs. I win! 246247 It's an instrument. Call it a machine and it refuses to work.Calling Captain Midnight. . . this is earth . . . over . . . Give me a chance! It takes longer than one day to learn how to blow up a lab. First, you put the thread through the eye, then proceed to sew. OK-will someone please pass the sugar? Hmmm—is the oil lens the one with the red, yellow, or green band? gSt WJ$j Ss e SS 07 rgoradvertising. . . patrons FACULTY PATRONS Ernest Aegerter, M.D. George J. Andros, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. G. Ascanio Harry E. Bacon. M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Baird William P. Barba 11, M.D. John B. Bartram. M.D. Dr. M. Noble Bates James A. Batts, Jr. M.D. John R. Benson, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Berkowitz Gustavus C. Bird 111, M.D. John V. Blady, M.D. George I. Blumstein. M.D. S. Philip Bralow. M.D. Robert M. Bucher, M.D. W. Emory Burnett, M.D. L. E. Burney, M.D. H. Taylor Caswell, M.D. William Y. Chey, M.D. Cleto G. Cinelli. M.D. Dr. and Mrs. L. Marvin Clark Robert V. Cohen, M.D. John W. Coles, M.D. Kyril B. Conger. M.D. Domenico Cucinotta, M.D. Michael J. Daly, M.D. Russell Ramon deAlvarez, M.D. Angelo M. DiGeorge. M.D. James B. Donaldson, M.D. Thomas M. Durant, M.D. Samuel Wr. Eisenberg, M.D. James C. Erickson iTl, M.D. Matthew S. Ersner. M.D. G.E. Farrar. Jr. M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Albert J. Finestone William S. Frank!, M.D. Joseph M. Garfunkel, M.D. Sherman F. Gilpin, Jr. M.D. I. W. Ginsburg, M.D. Dr. Leonard Coldman James H. Graham. M.D. G.R. Haase, M.D. John H. Hall. M.D. Robert Houston Hamilton. M.D. Dr. Concetta Harakal Mrs. David Harmer Virginia Harr Dr. and Mrs. J. S. C. Harris Dr. Herman Hirsh Dr. and Mrs. Lewis K. Hoberman Francis H. Hoffman, M.D. John Franklin Huber. M.D. Dr. Harold Hyman Waine C. Johnson. M.D. Dr. Lester Karafin Dr. and Mrs. A. Richard Kendall Dr. Norman Kendall Richard A. Kern. M.D. John A. Kirkpatrick. M.D. Dr. Morton Klein Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Krumpcrman Dr. Frank H. Krusen John W. Lachman, M.D. Dr. Marc Lapayowker Vincent W. Laiiby. M.D. Elizabeth Lautsch. M.D. Norman Learner, M.D. Walter J. Lavinskv, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. W. Lishtfoot Stanley H. Lorber, M.D. Laurence E. Lundy, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. P. Lynch Willis P. Maier. M.D. Dr. Francis R. Man love M. T. McDonough. M.D. N. Henrv Moss Frederick Murtagh, M.D. Arthur Nelson, M.D. Dr. Charles M. Norris Steven J. Phillips, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Marcus M. Reidenberg Lorenzo Rodriguez-Peralta. M.D. Fred B. Rogers, M.D. Bernard J. Konis. M.D. Max Lee Ronis, M.D. George P. Roscmond. M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Ben F. Rusy Bernard Sandler, M.D. F. J. Santore. M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Scott Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Shimkin Charles R. Shuman. M.D. Alex Silverstein, M.D. Frederick A. Simeone. M.D. R. Bruce Sloane. M.D. David S. Smith, M.D. Dr. Louis A. Soloff Dr. Renate Soulen Dr. and Mrs. Earle H. Spaulding Herbert M. Stauffer, M.D. William A. Steiger, M.D. Joseph U. Toglia. M.D. Charles D. Tourtellotte, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Troyer Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Truex R. Robert Tyson, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Victor C. Vaughan 111, M.D. Howard Warner, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Weinberger William L. Winters, Jr. M.D. Lewis R. Wolf, M.D. Dr. Henry Woioshin Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Zatuchni Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Zubrzycki Augustin R. Peale, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Cundy Anonymous 252 Faculty of Allied Health SciencesPARENTS AND FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. George Agster Mr. and Mrs. George J. Alburgcr Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Algazy Mr. L. Bruce Althouse Mr. and Mrs. Nick Aquilina John L. Atlee. Jr. M.D. Mr. Jack Balaban Mr. Jay S. Barnhart Dr. and Mrs. Leo E. Bcdnarek Clayton T. Beecham, M.D. Mr. Armand Bcrnabei Mr. and Mrs. Paul Biggans Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Bird Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bonner Mr. and Mrs. Abe Braman Dr. Graticn B. Brice Mr. T. Wistar Brown 4th Mr. Dario Castelli Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Castrina Sr. Rev. and Mrs. David Christensen Mrs. Elizabeth C. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cundey Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cushmorc. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Daly Sr. Dr. and Mrs. William Decherney Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. DeRoy Dr. Louis M. Diemer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Eastburn. 111 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Eck Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Eckhart Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eliason. Jr. O. Spurgeon English, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer M. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frenchman Mr. Raymond Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Goljan. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Guenther Mrs. Lloyd E. Guiscr Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Haeussner, Jr. Drs. Erich and Hildegard Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. George Horowitz Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Hummer Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hurewitz Mr. and Mrs. John C. Incarvito. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Jeffers Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah H. B. Kean Dr. James P. H. Kettrick Dr. Morton Klein Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kozacik Layman’s Camera Shop Rev. and Mrs. Clair L. Leber Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lester Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levitt Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lipschutz Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Lisella Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Menkowitz Dr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Harry Master Mr. Alfred W. Munson Dr. and Mrs. Robin C. Obetz Mr. and Mrs. Hryhorij Olijnyk L. Lewis Pennock, M.t). J. W. Piekarski, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Pierson Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Riley Mrs. Albert Rosenberg Mr. Thomas V. Rumore Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Shindler Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith Dr. and Mrs. George A. Snyderman Max J. Sonder. M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Truex Mr. James C. Walsh. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ward Mr. and Mrs. Georee P. Watson Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Wicks Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilson and Kathy Dr. Louis H. Winkler, Jr. FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS Dean Aaron L. Andrews Mrs. Susan J. Elias Miss H. Elsie Galloway Miss S. Mary Gruber Mr. Charles C. Hampton Mrs. Marjorie I. Robbins Mrs. Ina Lea Roc Miss Wanda C. Wilkes MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ALUMNI ASSOC IA TION PA TRONS E. E. Aergerter, M.D. Carl Alper. Ph.D. R. R. deAlvarez. M.D. W. Emory Burnett, M.D. Lyndall Molthan Lambert. M.D. Norman Learner. M.D. Stanley H. Lorber, M.D. Laurence E. Lundy, M.D. Charles M. Norris, M.D. Augustin R. Peale, M.D. George P. Rosemond, M.D. Michael Scott. M.D. CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1967 of the Temple University School of Medicine and Medical Technology SAVOy SUIT JOS 3637 N. Broad St. BA 5-4682From its beginning, the purpose of Temple University has Keen to furnish an education to deserving young men and women. The visionary and dedicated work of the founder. Bussell H Conwell. alone le l to the founding and early growth of Temple University. When a small group requested his help in securing an education. Bussell H. Conwell embarked on the purposeful course of work and self-sacrifice th.it led to the great university of today. His words and deeds through the years serve still as guideposts of Temple University. Many fields of study lead to the businesses and professions of our country. Temple University has contributed to these with distinction, and with the realization that a universits is great only as its graduates are great. The obligations of a university to its students, the community and the nation are many, and Temple University strives always to fulfill these obligations. The well-trained, conscientious student of Temple University may go forth confident of his ability to meet the challenges of his chosen career. Temple University congratulates the men and women of this graduating class. 254CONEMAUGH VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 1086 Franklin Street Johnstown. Pa. A fully accredited short-term general community hospital of -174 beds and 40 bassinets. The hospital is located in an industrial community of over 65.000 and serves as a medical center for a population of some 350000 persons. Situated 70 miles cast of Pittsburgh and 120 miles west of Harrisburg, it is in the heart of beautiful mountain and farming country EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM A 12 month elective rotational program beginning July I provides diversity of experience or a very restrictive program based on the needs and plans of the medical student in an educational framework as approved by the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association. CONFERENCES Gynecology Medical Neurological Tuberculosis Tumor Urology FACILITIES The base monthly stipend for interns in 5400 plus maintenance and uniforms Interns with children arc given additional consideration Apartments and homes are provided for single and married house staff members, as are quarters at the hospital for night duty purposes APPROV ED RESIDENCIES Anesthesiology. Pathology and Surgical residency appointments arc made from the'intern staff at Memorial Hospital and other approved hospitals. Didactic instruction is provided bv regularly scheduled conferences in Clinical Pathology. General Staff. Medicine, Obstetrics -Gynecology, Pediatrics, Radiology and Surgery In addition, a Graduate Education institute is conducted by prominent men in the field of medicine from university facilities CLINICAL MATERIAL Over 16.00 in-patient admissions yearly. Outpatient services including clinic visits, emergency room and diagnostic services number over 68,000 visits per year Clinics included arc: Arthritis Obstetrical Children’s Cardiac Orthopedic Diabciic Pedialric General Practice Surgical RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES As a community. Johnstown offers opportunities including concerts travel and adventure lectures and films, a summer playhouse, points of histone interest, sports activities, and a multiplicitvof social and cultural events Tickets for many of these arc available to the house staff. Membership is presided in'a beautiful swimming and tennis club with fine facilities for outdoor picnics for the entire family. INVITATION Medical students arc invited to visit the hospital to discuss internship and residenev training programs with the administrator. the director of medical education, resident and intern staff and active stall members 255your new credo, your constant challenge Your knowledge, skills, talents—acquired through the past long years of dedicated study—are now to he put to the greatest test of all: SERVICE TO MEDICINE. Wyeth Laboratories is proud to be a partner in your endeavor. providing you with therapeutic agents of proved merit. continually searching for new products and techniques to meet the ever-changing needs of modern practice. offering you the services of thoroughly trained representatives to fulfill the needs of your own practice. Our credo, too. is "Service to Medicine." Wyeth Laboratories Philadelphia. Pa. 256ORTHO PHARMACEUTICAL CORPORATION • RARITAN. NEW JERSEY For a complete choice of medically accepted products for planned conception control • mi o THE J. BIRD MOYER COMPANY, inc. CAJU AOOMSS IIBOMOTU- JJjjJ S. E. Corner 21st Clearfield Sts. ll-'il Phila. Pa. 19132 WlanufacturerA of MOYCO Dental (Products Since 1893 MOY Holding (Powder 257CONGRATULATIONS ON ACHIEVING YOUR M.D. We are indeed happy and proud that you are about to become fellow members of a most exclusive organization. Our ranks are small but our opportunities are great. Our medical school now has an outstanding teaching staff, curriculum, and student body. And the single most important source of energy for sustaining that fine edge of excellence is that group of M.D.'s who appreciate the distinction of being Temple University School of Medicine alumni. THE MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Saint Barnabas Medical Center, with a heritage of 100 years of service, has entered its second century in a new. unique in design 650-bcd Center, just 35 minutes from New York City. The Medical Center offers luxury apartments, generous stipends, a broad and comprehensive medical education program and has extended its horizons with the opening of the largest hyperbaric medicine facility in the world. There are 16 approved Internships, approved Residencies in various specialties, and also Fellowships in various departments. For further information, write Dr. A. H. Islami. Director of Medical Education. Saint Barnabas Medical Center. Old Short Hills Road, I.ivingston. New Jersey or telephone (201) 992-5500.zns w. m mox sr compaA'V ZH£ SAMSON jCAKOKA Wk’JSS Co-ordinated Ceiling Systems Partition Systems Low Temperature Insulation 1616 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 2I5-PE 5-8880 New Street Quakertown. Pa. 215-536-6710 1619 Spruce Street Philadelphia Referral Laboratory Service for Physicians and Hospitals GENERAL INTERNSHIPS THE WASHINGTON HOSPITAL Washington. Pennsylvania A.M.A. approved internship (general rotating) organized as a year of teaching experience, both clinical and didactic. WeelTlv seminars plus regular Departmental and Staff meetings. CHURCH HOME AND HOSPITAL Baltimore. Maryland “A unique opportunity to obtain superior Over 14,000 admissions—2,000 births per year All Patients in Teaching Program Large Out-Patient Load Attractive working conditions and policies. New facilities now opened provide 160 additional beds, Neuropsychiatnc Unit, Intensive Care Unit, and other expanded facilities. Adequate remuneration; attractive furnished quarters for both married and single interns. For more information, write the Chairman of the Intern Program. Personal visits to the hospital are welcomed and encouraged. quality training for clinical practice” Internships; Rotating, Medical. Surgical Residencies: Medicine. Surgery. Ob-Gyn For information, write to Director of Medical Education Church Home and Hospital Baltimore, Marvland 21231 SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND SCOTT, SHERWOOD AND BRINDLEY FOUNDATION Temple. Texas TUSCON HOSPITAL MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM COMBINED HOSPITALS PROGRAM OF 750 BEDS PROVIDING DIVERSIFIED EXPERIENCE AND TEACHING WITH BOTH PRIVATE AND COUNTY HOSPITAL PATIENTS. APPROVED PROGRAMS ARE EXTERNSHIPS: ROTATING OR STRAIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM-Fully approved routing internships; residencies in anesthesiology, surgery, internal medicine, radiology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, pathology, pediatrics, and obstetrics-gynecology; and fellowships in cardiology, gastroenterology. and hematology-chemotherapy. Residencies and fellowships designed to qualify for Board certification GENERAL INFORMATION -Hospital is affiliated with Scott and White Clinic staffed by S3 full-time physicians serving particularly the Southwest but also pauents from every state and many foreign countries Clinic pauents totaled 59.889 in 1965 Present bed capacity is 271. Facilities and equipment arc finest Attractive working condiuons and policies. AFFILIATIONS-Umvcrsity of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston. Santa Fc Railway Hospiul (125 beds) and Veterans Administrauon Hospital (800 beds). Part of residency and fellowship training conducted in these affiliated hospitals WRITE TO-J. Arnold Bargen. M.D. Director of Medical Education. INTERNSHIPS STRAIGHT MEDICINE STRAIGHT SURGERY ROTATING 0 ROTATING 1 ROTATION 2 RESIDENCIES: GENERAL SURGERY INTERNAL MEDICINE GENERAL PRACTICE PEDIATRICS (Pending) FELLOWSHIPS CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASES OPHTHALMOLOGY FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL EDUCATION P.O BOX 6067 TUCSON. ARIZONA HENRY SAUR CO., INC SINCE 1925 NATIONAL FLOOR COVERING CO, INC. ARMSTRONGS LINOLEUM Surgical Bells—'Corsets Trusses—Elastic Hosiery Braces TILE RUGS CARPETS WINDOW SHADES Doctor’s prescriptions filled VENETIAN BLINDS 3546 Germantown Ave. BA 8-1200 515 North 8th Street 6341 N. Broad Street WA 7-6166 MArket 7-3400 2585 West Chester Pike EL 6-2330 Broomall. Pa. Each year on July 1, DEACONESS HOSPITAL. SPOKANE. WASHINGTON, 300 bed general community hospital begins its rotating Intern program. This has been one of three private hospitals in Washington and Oregon to regularly fill its quota, and this year, 1966-67. is the only private hospital in Washington and Oregon to fill its quota of Ama Approved Men through the matching Compliments of ELECTRONIC LEASING CORPORATION 2640 N. Front Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania GArfield 6-7145QUAKER CITY VENDING CO.. INC. BA 8-2661 3844-46 North 15th Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140 A Complete Vending Service Automatic Cafeterias and Snack Bars Compliments of PAT'S BARBER SHOP BA 5-9196 Manheim Drapery Service 5342-54 GERMANTOWN AVE. MANHEIM DRAPERY SERVICE 5342-54 Germantown Ave. ENGINEERS CONTRACTORS ABRIOLA COMPANY 3336 N. Broad Street in Historic Germantown BA 8-2742 GE 8-4116 COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ZAMSKY STUDIOS 1007 Market Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Negatives of Portraits Appearing in this Annual Are Kept on File. Photographs May Be Ordered. 261Congratulations to the Class of 1967 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL BOOKSTORE Textbooks. Reviews. Instruments. Supplies. Official School Rings Ron and Mardja Spark PARK LANE COMPANY Uniform Shops for doctors — nurses waitresses — beauticians 3547 North Broad Street Philadelphia 40. Pennsylvania Abington 1159 Otd Yorfc TU 71210 Roosevelt Mall Cottman Ave. and Boulevard Philadelphia 49 Ed and Nita Blackman Lynn and Shirley GuiserJoel and Donna Baillere Andy and Joan Anderson Peter, Karen, and Lilian Stem Milt and Debbie Drake A1 and Didi DeChernev Bernie and Rhoda Weintraub 263 Charlie and Carol HaussnerRemember . . . Miles W. Restaurant 3545 N. Broad St. “Where the 'Doctor'sMeet Zo Sat tf BA 5-4344 Muchnick’s Delicatessen Sandwich Shop 133$ W. Venango St Philadelphia. Pa 19140265 1 feel a song coming on!266Sometimes we wonder about our destiny. Never knowing what our lot will be. But as we climb this life’s rugged tree. Develop a sound and stable philosophy— Have one that sees through flagrant immorality. And delves deeper than transient superficiality. One that carries you with dauntless positivity. And is as endless as all eternity- Dan Habura 268269 270Okay, the guy with the shalimar get out! 271272273 t the road Jack.Bentley, Kay. and Bentley Burnham Orrie, and Nancy Clemens Paul. Maureen Ann. Andrew. Henri, and Allan Petit Joe and Camille Dilenno Elliot. Sue, and Michael Menkowitz 274 Ray and Cynthia GarciaMilt and Nancy Hummer Gil. Ruth, and Jeffrey Templeton Ray and Betsy Truex 275 Dave. Marlene. Colin and David BryantJack, Nancy. Michelle, Victoria. Jim. and John Gene, Joanne, Chris, and Judy Watson Jefl'ers. Dave and Vicki Hurewitz Len, Ginny, and Brandt Byler Denny, Sue. and Kitty EylerJack and Carol Johnson Laverne, Jean. Karen, and Kathleen Landis Dr. and Mrs. Howie Berinson Paul and Elaine Wengert 277 Ralph and Yvonne Kaiserepilogue "do you believe in Qod. doc ter?" again the question was gut in an ordinary tone, but this time rieux took longer to find his answer. "no—but what does that really mean? i'm fumbling in the dark, struggling to make something out. but i vc long ceased finding that original. " "isn't that it—the gulf between panelouv and you?" "i doubt it. panelou v is a man of learning, a scholar, he hasn' come in contact with death, that’s why he ran speak with such assurance of the truth—with a capital t. but every country priest who visits his parishioners and has heard a man gasping for his breath on his deathbed thinks as i do. lie d try to relieve human suffering before trying to point out its excellence. " rieux stood up, his face was now in shadow. "let's drop the subject. ” he said, "as you won' answer. " tar ran remained seated in his chair, he was smiling again, "suppose i answer with a question." the doctor now smiled, too. "you like being mysterious, don 't you? yes. fire away. ” "my question 's this. " said tarrou. "why do you yourself show such devotion, considering you don i believe in (Jod? i suspect your answer may help me to mine. " his face still in shadow, rieuv said that he'd already answered, that if he believed in an all-powerful God he would cease curing the sick and leave that to Him. but no one in the world believed in a Qod of that sort, no. not even panelouv. who believed that he believed in such a Gad. and this was proved by the fact that no one ever threw himself on Providence completely, anyhow, in this respect rieuv believed himself to be on the right road—in fighting against creation as he found it. "ah. " tarrou remarked, "so that’s the idea you have of your profession?" "more or less. " the doctor came back into the light, tarrou made a faint whistling noise with his lips, and the doctor gazed at him. "yes. you’re thinking it calls for pride to feet that way. but i assure you i've no more the pride that‘s needed to keep me going, i have no idea what’s awaiting me. or what will happen when this all ends, for the moment i know this, there are sick people and they need curing, later on. perhaps, they 'll think things over, and so shall i. but what’s wanted now is to make them well, i defend them as best i can. that’s all. " 278"against whom?” ricuv turned to the window, a shadow-line on the horizon told of the presence of the sea. he was conscious only of his exhaustion, and at the same time was struggling against a sudden, irrational impulse to unburden himself a little more to his companion, an eccentric. perhaps, but who. he guessed, was one of his own kind. 7 haven 't a notion, tarrou, i assure you i haven a notion, when i entered this profession. i did it abstractly, so to speak, because i had a desire for it. because it meant a career like another, one that young men often aspire to. perhaps, too. because it was particularly difficult for a workman's sou. like myself. and then i hail to see people die. do you know that there are some who refuse to die? have you ever heard a woman scream 'never!' with her last gasp? well, i have, and then i saw that i could never get hardened to it. i was young theH. and i was outraged by the whole scheme of things, or so i thought, subsequently i grew more modest, only, i'vc never managed to get used to seeing people die. that‘s alt i know, yet after all—" ricuv fell silent and sat down, he fell his mouth dry. "after all—?" tarrou prompted softly. "after all. " the doctor repeated, then hesitated again, firing his eyes on tarrou. "it 's something that a man of your sort can understand most likely, but. since the order of the world is shaped by death, mightn t it be better for (fed if we refuse to believe in Him and struggle with all our might against death, without raising our eyes toward the heaven where He sits in silence." tarrou nodded. "yes. but your victories will never be lasting, that's all. ” ricuv's face darkened. "yes. i know that, but it's no reason for giving up the struggle. " "no reason, i agree, only, i now can picture what this plague must mean for you. " "yes. a never ending defeat. " tarrou stared at the doctor for a moment, then turned and tramped heavily toward the door, ricuv followed him and was almost at his side when tarrou. who was staring at the floor, suddenly said "who taught you all this, doctor?" the reply came promptly-"suffering. " —.Albert Camus from "Cite Plague" 279This book is the product of many hours of deliberation and work. There are many people who deserve the plaudits. The following are a few of these people: Lou Foye and his staff at American Yearbook Co. Dick Zamsky. Dave Zamsky. Mr. Zamsky. and Voss of Zamsky studios Ed Rutting of Lederle Laboratories Savoy Studios Dr. Charles G. Roland of JAMA Dr. Elizabeth Lautsch Dr. Robert Hamilton Dr. Earle Spaulding Artis Hall Hal Eckelman, Joann. Elaine, and Ronnie A special thank you to Tom. Lydia, and Henny for their devotion. P. C. E. Vincent Van Gogh’s "Skull With Cigarette”, was reproduced from a transparency furnished by JAMA through special permission from Mr. H. 2so W. Hamel of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Holland.LIBRARY EMPLE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOISi m year, young men ruler the medical profession who neither are horn doctors, nor hair any great loir of science, nor are helped by name or influence. Without a welcome, without money, without prospects, they fight their way into practice-, and in practice, they find it hard work, ill-thanked, ill-paid-, there are times when they say. "What call had J to he a doctor ' J should hair done hotter for myself and my wife and my children in some other calling. " fit they stick to it. and that not only from necessity, hut from pride, honour, conviction: and Heaven. sooner or later, lets them know what it thinks of them, rite information comes guile as a surprise to them, being the first recoiled, from any sourer, that they were called to he doctors! and they hesitate to give the name of divine vocation to work paid by the job. and shamefully underpaid at that, c alts, they imagine, should master men. heating down on them: surely, a diploma obtained by hard cmuiualiou and hard cash, and signed and sealed by earthly evamiuers. cannot he a summons from Heaven. Hut ii may he. dor. if a doctor's life may not be a divine vocation, then no life is a vocation, and nothing is divine. —Stephen Huge SKULL tempi UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 1967

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