Temple University School of Pharmacy - Secundum Artem Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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  1959 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Editor-in-Chief - Clare A. Long This is the end of the beginning. From this day forward we shall be men and women dedicated to serving out fellow man. The determining factor in how well we fulfill our ambition is how we have utilized the formative years; for without a firm foundation there can be nothing but a feeble future. The embryonic years are behind us now and we shall have to make the best ol what we have gleaned from them. But time passes at too fast a pace; and memories, once strikingly vivid, become enmeshed in cerebral recesses and arc obliterated. Thus, lest these momentous years be forgotten, we have recorded a word—a Phrase—and idea—with the liojKr that the "beginning ma not pass into posterity too soon.mi o$ c©mem Faculty 6 Seniors 16 Underclassmen 66 Greeks 80 Organizations 92 Student Life 102 Advertisements 114 X D"Earth's greatest treasure lies in service to humanity is the best work human of life." personality; a„d t l(]l 4 Thr Jaycee Crcwlm 3mm a With sincere, heartfelt thanks we dedicate this book to the member of our faculty most deserving of acclamation. In the past four years Mr. Lynch has not only been "one of our professors” but also a true friend, advisor and confidant. Fate has treated the class of 59 well, by enabling us to have such a close relationship with a truly dedicated person. Dedicated to the profession, and in addition, to the purpose of helping the student in every phase of college life. A short biography will help to paint a picture ol his personality and service to humanity. Mr. Lynch is a native born Philadelphian, a graduate from Northeast High School and a 1933 alumnus ol our own institution. Me has been a member of the faculty since 193(i and was recipient of the Alumni Award in 1917. Mr. Lynch is an active member of many associations and has held prominent offices in a number of them. To enumerate: he has held presidencies in the Philadelphia branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association, the Temple University Pharmacy Alumni Association and the Philadelphia Association of Retail Druggists. In 1950 he served as the vice-president of the N.A.R.D. Presently, he is vice-president ol the local branch of the A.Ph.A. and a director of the Alumni Association where he also serves as Chairman of Student Relations. In addition to these activities, Mr. Lynch is a member of the Professional Public Relations Committee for the A.Ph.A. and P.P.A., and is the originator ol the Temple Prescription Pricing Schedule. He has also written and collaborated on various books and is noted for his interest in civic affairs. He is a member of the Philadelphia Citizens Committee for Fire Prevention. This brief resume only touches on the qualities of a person too commendable to put into words. We are fortunate in knowing this man well enough to be recipients ol his incomparable services. This dedication is a very shallow way to show deep appreciation to a man who deserves so much more—but—in our small way, may we say . . . "Thank you. Mr. John A. Lynch, you are a treasure in our memories—never to be forgotten." 5MtmmvIo ihe Class of 1959: I know of few professions that appeal io wonder and imagination as does Pharmacy. Once identified with the realm of magic, its emergence as a science has in nowise reduced the miraculous aspect of the things it is doing for mankind. The compounders of chemical elements and the discoverers of their uses are still the men of magic in the healing arts. Pharmaceuticals have been described as the great equalizers of civilization; They enable the weak to combat the things that even strong men could not resist. They give to the poor a degree of health that riches themselves could never buy. I congratulate you on attaining the knowledge and skill to be among those who may work such wonders. Robert L. Johnson President 8To i he Class of 1959: Temple University has a noble tradition. It was founded by a man who devoted his life and his fortune to humanity, it has been perpetuated through the years by the support of many persons and its success is, in large part, due to the devotion of its faculty, many of whom have served without pay. 11 you will found your professional careers upon this same principle of generous public service, you will go far. Serve your communities with humility, integrity, kindness, and pride oi profession. and much honor will come to you, as it has come to Temple University. May you be successful in your work .... may you remain constantly alert to the advances within yout profession .... may life bring you health and happiness .... may you maintain a warm spot in your heart lor your Alma Mater and come to isii often. Joseph B. Sprowls Dean 9Joseph IV Sprowls, Jr.. Fh.C., B.5., M S.. Ph.D. Dean, Professor of Pharmacy. Fieri I» Cable II5, MS. Assistant to the Dean. m Charles F. Peterson, B.S., M S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Pharmacy. Mart) IV kostenbauder, U.S., M.S., PhD. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy. John A Lynch. Ph.G. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Pharmacy Administration. Frances M. Wilson. Ph.C.., BA Instructor in Pharmacy. 10 Norman Henderson. B5„ M-S. Assistant Instructor in PharmacyDavid E. Mann. Jr., BA. M5„ Ph.D. Associate Professor of Pharmacology. Ronald Gantieri, BA. M.S. Assistant Instructor in Pharmacology Evert J. I .arson, A.B.. AM., Ph.D. Professor of Physiology. Frank T. Liu. D.V.M.. M.A., PhD. Assistant Professor of Physiology. Maurice T. Lcitch. BA. Mi. Professor of Biology. Arthur McCrccsh, BA, Mi. May Douglas Flannagan, A.B., MA. Instructor in Physiology. | | Instructor in English.Edward Fackeuthal, B.S.. M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics. Jctold Ncwbcrgcr. B.S., M s Instructor in Physics. Vrthut E. James. B.S.. M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry. Samuel Elkin. BS. MS.. PhD. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Louis R. Sic i. B.S., M S.. Ph I). tssor.iatr Professor of Chemistry Muri.iv rurkerman. B.S., Ph.D Assorintr Professor of Chemistry Thomas M. Logan. B.. M.D. Associate Professor of Public Health 12 Frank H. F.by. PUG.. Phar.I). Professor of Botany and Pharmacognosy. Robert L. Myers. B.S.. M S. Instructor in Botany and Pharmacognosy. Herbert M. Colic. B.A.. M S.. PI. I). Professor of Bacteriology. A. K. Leberknight. Ph.G., B.S. Assistant Professor of Bacteriology, Joseph G. McCunney Laboratory Technician in Bacteriology. S. Walter Foulkrod. Jr.. Esq., B.S., LL.B. Lecturer on Pharmaceutical Law. Carson Frailey. Jr.. F,sq.. A.B.. LL.B. Lecturer on Pharmaceutical tune.Beuy l.idc. B.S., VI.A. Instructor in Mathematics. Natalie M Manson Secretary to the Dean. Peter Hagis, B.S., V1.A. Instructor in Mathematics. Stephen R. Wagner, BS. Instructor in History. Mary Keller Secretary to the Faculty. % K Ellen R. Cold Secretary on Admissions. Angie Gostamo Secretary."Learning to Icam through the joy of the journey." ► Today we will consider suspension and Stoke's Law." "Well now—next tune watch the significant figures." "Yes. the words and music are original." FAMILIAR FACES "Who said ‘gastric leverage?’'CLASS ADVISOR To the Graduating Class: As your Class Sponsor I have shared in many of your college problems and also in many of your confidences during (he past four years. In this way 1 have come to know a great number of you quite intimately. To each of you 1 offer my sincere congratulations and every good wish for your future success and happiness. In the past four years you have gained much, both in experience and knowledge—but the riches and fullness of life are as yet ahead of you. You have selected a profession whose keynote is service. Let me remind you that self-development and service must go on at the same lime, and that no matter how old you are, or how busy you may be, you always have opportunities for learning new and wonderful truths. Never be afraid of developing yourself, never forget that to give, one must have. My interest shall follow ou when you leave, and I shall always welcome you back to bring news of yourselves and the work you will surely find to do. and just as surely, do well. I believe in each and every one of you and wish for you the happiness I have found in service. Sincerely, John A. Lynch. Class Advisor. 18The sense of fulfillment that we desire as Pharmacists is sought in vain il kept within the narrow confines of our boundaried selfishness. Enjoyment is merely limited to a passing and fleeting sensation if we keep it to ourselves. Each of us has a duty to one another and to those whom we shall serve. That responsibility is the path toward our gaining a true sense of accomplishment. If we are to realize the full measure of our lives we must of necessity think of our obligations to others. May we have the vision of courage to rentier the service for which we have been prepared. I would like to take this opportunity to offer my sincere wish that the dreams you hold in your hearts may be fused into shining reality. Sincerely, Stu STUART AARON president CLASS OFFICERS NANCY LEE HINMAN SECRETARY ANTHONY ROCK TREASURER BARBARA RICCA AND DAVID SKOLE STUDENT COUNCIL 19 STUART AARON "Tall, dark, ancl handsome” - Always a gentleman — First in the class alphabetically and politically — Almost flunked quant lab in senior year because of "poor housekeeping" Travels in a flashy yellow and black convertible — llates to commute, so he lives very close to school — One of the few "graceful" southpaws — Gives many girls "a break" — May someday be a great M.D. Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2, 3. 4; Parliamentarian 3, 4; House Chairman 2. 3. 4; I. F. C. 3; Senior Class President; Prom Committee 4; Rho Chi 3, 4. HOWARD ADER The little man with the big nose — "Mouse Knifer" at Fraternity house - Likes ’cology, bio-chcm, ancl Marie? - Hates to wash his car, even though it deserves it; believes "the dirt protects the finish" - Good bowler - Always blamed tor noise in apartments - Once "shot a fly with a BB gun" - Needed liquid encouragement before talking to a certain girl - Almost quit school when the Carmen dosed — Hates formals; "waste of tune and money" - Still finds time to make many friends. Phi Delta Chi 1, 2. 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 2. 3, 4.LEONARD ALLENSTEIN Our classmate who really “bombed” pharmacognosy — Never could get the drift of that course, could you Lcnnie? — Runs around in circles during labs - Will argue baseball with anyone - Trouble is, he’s usually right - Will pick the Yankees in any game - Noted for his loosely knit ties - A genius in quant lab - Loves to squirt people with the sprit bottle — Never walks, but strides down the halls - Look out or he’ll mow you down! — Will be a success in whatever field he chooses. Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Chairman 3. BEREL ARROW The slowest man in pharmacy lab - Used to compound only eight prescriptions per week — Can't understand what takes you so long, Bcrell — Determines his own fashion when it conics to clothes — Very quiet?!!? — Loves to sing while working in quant lab Really works hard too — Willing to do a favor for anyone — Always has a smile and a pleasant greeting ready — A great man with the girls - Has terrible handwriting; maybe because of his left hand — We predict a great future for Beret. Alpha Zeta Omega 1,2, 3, 4; Social Chairman 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 3, 4; Membership Committee 4.ROBERT BRYSON The tall man with the tall ideas! - How's the air up there, Bob? — Likes all types of sports — Really grabs those rebounds — Was fighting for title of "Strikeout King” of softball — the "shorter the girl, the better” for “Slim” — Has a lifetime pass to the nurses' dances - Watch those flying shot glasses — Some girls arc poor losers — One of fraternity's favorite bartenders — Member of infamous “Three O'clock Club" — Should be a boon to retail pharmacy. Kappa Psi 1. 2, 3, 4; Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Arrex Staff — sports editor 4 KATHLEEN BURKE Our "Irish colleen" - Quick with a smile and an answer - Preferred softball to zoology lab — Also fond of records, tennis, travel and pinochle — Did most ol her quant experiments more than once - Likes pharmacy administration — A real friend who suffers constantly from "bent ears" — Will charm the Scranton doctors into sending their prescriptions her way. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4; Social Chairman 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 4; Arrex Staff — senior editor 4; Newman Club 4; Dormitory Sports Chairman 3; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Dormitory Basketball captain 1. 2, 3. 4: IM Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Softball team 1; Tennis team 2. 22HARVEY BURMAN The Jew with the Irish features — If you don't think so just look at his red hair and freckles! — Me was so nervous you would think that he was having the baby instead of his wife — Always keeps things neat, especially his lockers in pharmacy. quant, and 'cognosy?? Delights in teasing a certain boy in our class — Complains constantly about tests but usually manages to get an A Can’t wait to be a pharmacist so that he can do things the way he thinks they should be done. Alpha Zeta Omega 1. 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. I. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. KENNETH BUTLER The lad we'll all remember — Works hard and long in school — A neat dresser — Does a good imitation of Henry Aldrich — Enjoyed his algebra and trig classes at Mercersburg — Friday nights arc always devoted to the nurses’ dances — Loves a certain rat in 'cology lab the one that bit him twice — Always courteous and quiet — Will probably follow in his father's big footsteps. A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 23JOSEPH CESARE The "Irishman” from Old Forge —"Double Ugly” — Fred Astaire of pharmacy school — Gave up the nurses’ home to concentrate on a certain high school senior — Star of pharmacy basketball team — More sleep time than study time, but still on the Dean's List "Where's Cholly?" — Will take over the pharmacy at home or continue his education in medical school. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports 1, 2, 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Newman Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. WILLIAM CHAPPELL It could be -20°, but it's still too hot for our Bill — Always seems to have a lot of money and his fraternity brothers are afraid to think of where it is coming from — Bowls a mean 100 — "Open the door! It’s hot in here!" — Looks as though his special interest in the sophomore class may become permanent - "We have a physiology test tomorrow” — One of the "Beau Brummcls” of the senior class — A pharmacy in northeast Philly for Bill. Kappa Psi 1. 2, 3. 4; Sports 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4. 24RALPH CIARROCCHI One of our Paisan friends from quiet South Philly — Never quite made the grade as a gang leader — Splits his time unequally between Pharmacy and Josephine - Biggest weaknesses arc playing the horses and cards — Noted for his "quiet voice and manner”! — Enjoys administration; that is, when Mr. Lynch lets him stay for a whole lecture — He can't seem to stay out of an argument — Helps the team in bowling but hinders them in football — Ralph should make a certain lucky girl a model? husband?!!? Phi Delta Chi 2. 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Newman Club I. 2. EDWARD CIMINO One of the few quiet men in our class — Enjoys playing the saxophone, fishing, and working on his car — His "Impala" really reflects the hours spent on it — Graces the Mummer’s Parade with his talent — Dislikes the present arrangement of our school schedule — Works hard, with little time for extra curricular activities — Headed for a successful career in retail pharmacy. 25 Phi Delta Chi 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3, 4.ARTHUR CIPRIANY Art's never happy unless he's complaining -The "Grandpa" of our class — Jealous of the Germans — A "shutter bug" - "Daniel Boone’ — Expects to inherit a three car garage in Chestnut Hill — Always dependable — A "whi " in .1 gravimetric analysis — "Why do we have to take physical pharmacy?" — Anxious to get out Should be a big asset to the retail field. Kappa Psi 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 2, 3. 4. FRED COHEN Another of the group pinned down by a girl — One of the few "quiet" boys in class — Buys used cars to see how long they will last Never gets angry - Should receive a medal for going through four years of school without smoking or drinking — Always ready to help — "Hot dog or orange drink, anyone? They’re fresh from the Maryland beaches. 26 Rho Pi Phi 1. 2. 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 4.IRWIN COHEN The wizard of pharmacy lab — Loves? to make coaled pills Doesn't have to depend on anyone for a ride since he drives his own car — Favorite hobby is his Hi Fi — Takes girls as a second choice — Some second choice, huh Irv? — Never goes to fraternity meetings If and when he enters the retail field, he will go far. Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 4. SAMUEL COHEN The “moaner" — Always seems to flunk courses, but he is still with us — Ran through quite a few girls before he finally settled down — Used to survive on vodka but abandoned it for "weaker stuff" — Drives a tank that resembles a car — Is conducting a survey on "drug mortification" — Still can't spell captain Owner of the first nine-button Ivy League sport jacket. Rho Pi Phi 1, 2, 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 4.PAUL CURFMAN Ready to conquer the Alps on skis — The reason why all Kappa Psi parties are a success — His pet gripe—school — Doesn’t have to go to a hospital to find a nurse — Has "the only Christmas tree on his block!” — “Keep quiet, number 22!" — The only sport he's interested in is "signs" — "Gee Dad, it’s a Wurlitzer!" — A party is not a party unless Woody's there — An asset to any group. Kappa Psi I, 2, 3. 4; Chaplain 3; Social Chairman 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. HAROLD DENENBERG Never seen without a smile — The target of a lot of kidding but it never seems to bother him — Owner of a flashy sport jacket — Insists on wearing a light sport coat in quant lab — Pity though it may be, he never managed to get any acid on it! — Object of numerous questions in pharmacy lab. especially from his neighbors -A great “artist" in 'cognosy lab. — Voice squeaks when he gets excited - Keep smiling, Harry! A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4. 28PASQUALE Dl LORENZO Knows each and every cow by name Talks to them in their own language — Got his apprenticeship down on the farm — Loves the opposite sex — Comes late and leaves early — Studies at the last minute, yet always comes through with flying colors Likes all kinds of sports — Cows aren't the only thing in his life, there’s still plenty of room for medicine — Pci gripe—milk inspectors - Always ready to do a favor for a friend. Kappa Psi I. 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 4; Newman Club 4; Student Council I. HENRY Dl TOMMASO Another member of the infamous South Philly gang — His heart has been broken three times, but he’s still not touchy about it Due to good living, has a tendency to put on weight — works hard to improve the A.Ph.A. — Excels in all the sports — Enjoys frequent card games with "The Club” - Interior decorator, without skill — “Watch that 4th lane. Hank!” Hope he soon finds someone who will heal his wounded heart. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2. 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Pres. 4; Newman Club 1, 2. 29MELVIN EISAMAN Shy and retiring — A scholarship winner in his senior year - Enjoys reading and fishing — Drinks "prune juice” every morning — Spends his weekends working hard in a hometown store — Likes quiet people and quiet places Always a good listener. Phi Delta Chi 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM FELDMAN Keeps lecture notes in 90 different books — A frequent traveler to the games at the “Garden" — Still trying to straighten out the wheels ol his car - member of the D Street Pinochle Club — The only man with a "Billy and Reida" beer mug Will be taking on the responsibility of a wife after graduation. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2. 3. 4; Social Chairman 3; Athletic Chairman 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 4; Prom Committee 4. 30LOUIS FERRANTE Renowned for his speech concerning his brush with the law Has Mr. Lynch on his toes — When excited, his voice often cracks — A “heavy" asset to the football team For the four years of school, he's been in love eight times Quite a ladies' man Claims his boss doesn't appreciate him — Never misses a party - A willing hand, when there's work to be done — From khaki to coni in four short years — big hero — Won’t handle rats — Our prediction: a worker for the F.B.I. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2, 3, 4; Sergeant at Arms 3; A.Ph.A. 2. 3. 4; Newman Club I. 2. 3. HIRSCH FISHBEIN I he "Little Giant" — Spent one summer traveling between the grocery store, drug store, and Bingham Street — Tried to drown a new Chevy -in a mud hole! — Little Napoleon of the Marine Corps The adopted son of his near neighbors — Used to be a bartender, but now spends his time on the other side. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2, 3, 4. 31JERRY FRANCESCO Constantly worries about going bald - A boon to the hair-savers Quiet and sincere - Proud of his South Philly heritage — the ace of the bowling team — Still looking for the one and only — Has been robbed so many times that the boss is getting suspicious — Plagued by troubles due to his color-blindness; even the color of his own car! —Loves to attend dances but too shy to participate Sharp dresser - His goal is having his own store. Phi Delta Chi 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 2, 3, 4. MARVIN FRANKIL Short by linear standards only — Lots of large ideas — Doesn't make much noise; in class, that is — an unwilling rodent experimenter “1 only studied 15 minutes for that tognosy exam” Expert at hand molding suppositories—if vou want a variety — "Wilt without Stilts” of AZQ — Will be married before he reads this — A marvelous future. Alpha Zeta Omega 1. 2, 3. 4; Athletic Chairman 4; Sports I, 2. 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4. 32JAMES FREED Enjoys playing chess as a hobby — Saves everything; well, jusi about everything — Can't stand the “general juvenile attitude of the class during lecture hours" — Made a big hit as "Marsha” at a fraternity party — Peacemaker in his own small domain Deep thinker and philosopher — Willing to work — "It's a long way home” — One of the few who enjoys quant lab — Will be a success in whatever he chooses. Phi Delta Chi 2. 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 2. 3. 4. BEVERLY FRIES A girl with a big heart — Loves to give parties for her friends, of which she has many — Works hard, both in school and on her diet — Quite a girl when it comes to cooking — Started having trouble with a certain boy from home — Maybe some other boys will get a chance now! — Getting rich on the sorority's money She's usually-seen walking the halls with her buddy from Trenton — Plans to turn her father's cut rate into a professional pharmacy — Enjoys reading and music — Pet gripe is "Rock n‘ Roll" — Should make an impression on the world. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4; Pledge Chairman 2; Treasurer 4; A.Ph.A. 2. 3. 4; Arrex Staff - chief typist 4. 33WILLARD GARES Bill is the “cuter" of our class — Seems to prefer the girls at home: especially the younger ones — Can train them better. Bill? Has a very large selection of clothes: buys them when he feels depressed - Likes to read but his hobby is eat ing — Has a slight tendency to put on weight — We wouldn't know him with long hair — Thinks Mr. Lynch's course is "the greatest" Hates quant lab — A great manager of things — Always around when you need him. Kappa Psi 1. 2. 3. •!; Secretary 4; Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. W. EUGENE GEYER Captain of Kappa Psi's championship bowling team — Really keeps the pledges in hand A proud papa Keeps "a ‘strict exam schedule!" Likes to read — An honored ntembci of the "Big Three" — An "old salt" — The "utility" man on the softball team Strengthens the forward wall of the football eleven — His future is already established. Kappa Psi 2. 3, 4: Pledge Chairman 4; Sports 2. 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 2. 3. 4: Senior Representative 4. 34JAY GODSHALL The "Flying Dutchman" - Married only a year and bald already - "Always true to the wile and kids" - "Mr. Sports” ol his fraternity -Plays touch football as though it were tackle -An established commuter - If pharmacy fails, he can open a butcher shop - When that Dutchman loses his temper, beware! - “Sorry I)r., have to make the 5:05!" - A future family man. Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4; Sports I, 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2; Class President 3. BARRY GORDON One oi our few classmates who has no pet gripe - lias to stay in good running condition since many girls chase him - The "Bob Wagner'' of our school - Pet course is pharmacology - His grades show this to be true, too Favorite hobbies are girls, tennis, girls, water-skiing, and girls! - Takes flying lessons — Would like to have his own plane and pharmacy — Probably will, too - A sharp dresser Used to argue with his lab partner as to who was the sharjjcst dresser - Predict great things for our boy. Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3. 4; Chairman of Social 4.MARC HARTMAN Playboy extraordinary — Completely subject to our ‘Queen” — Life of the party, no matter where it is — Unlimited capacity for "you know what” — Pays rent at Frunzi's — "You know" — Ties up the phone at the fraternity house — Enjoys spending extra time in quant lab — Always seems to be "talking to his mother" — Tries his skill at all sports — Whatever happened to last year's job. Marc? — ALWAYS on time!!! — He'll never be a bachelor. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2. 3. 4; Sports 1, 2, 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Arrcx Staff — features editor 4; Class Vice President 3. DOLORES HICKS A girl who never seems to walk slowly — Reminds you of the "road runner'' — A good and conscientious worker — Always willing to lend a helping hand — Once a friend, always a true friend — Loves to handle animals in 'cologv lab — The first one out of quant lab our junior year — Enjoys photographs and all sorts of sports — Future Chairman of the Board of "ACME" — Likes classical music — Will always do all right on her own. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1, 2. 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Membership Comm. Chairman 4; Intravarsity Christian Fellowship 4; Aitcx Staff 4.RICHARD HINKLE The "Kig Bopper" — Resembles Harry Picl — Late to bed and early to rise makes Dick very, very wise — "Fight, Mt. Carmel, Fight!" — Future president of Rea and Derick — Likes hunting, fishing and 'cognosy lab; hates cheaters — His fraternity’s reliable bartender — No oil burners for "Mink"; a hard coal man all the way — An unwavering W1BG fan — Strictly a white-collar man — On him, a flat top looks good — Truly, a great guy! Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1, 2. 3, 4. NANCY LEE HINMAN A "big wheel on campus" — One of the smarter girls in our class — Makes lots of money working in her mother's store — Loves pizza, veal cutlet, and her work at the dorm?!? — "Come on, Clare, time to get up" — Can sing a tune as well as Jerry Lewis Great dancer, especially jitterbugging — "1 never get any mail, except church bulletins!" — Claims her brother. Jimmy, has all the brains in the family — A "heart-breaker'” — Likes to read books, especially by Frank Slaughter — A worker for any worthy cause — Her star should always shine brightly. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4; Pledge Chairman 2; Recording Secretary 3; Vice President 4; A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Corr. Secretary 3; Membership Comm. 4; Arrex Staff — assistant editor 4; Dormitory Council 1. 2. 3. 4; President 4; Resident Women’s Student Assoc. 3, 4; Vice President 4; Junior Counselor 3. 4: Class Secretary I, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4.MARTIN JIUNTA One of the adults of our class — Has a charming wife and a lovely daughter — Has worked hard for his fraternity and the A.Ph.A. — Is very versatile, as far as jobs are concerned — Takes great pride in his new home — Dislikes all lab periods; is restless in lectures — Enjoys lunch hour, with great capacity for coffee — A sure candidate for success. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2. 3. 4; Treasurer 3; Sports 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; President 3; Newman Club 1, 2; Class Treasurer 2. MILTON KAPLAN This guy can't seem to remember a thing — Loves all types of sports and is good in all ol them Pet courses were zoology and physiology — left the ranks of the single men during the summer of '58 — Maybe that’s why he rushes home every day after school — Hates surprise tests Don’t know why, when he really racks up points in them — A usual subscriber to the Dean’s List Would like to further his education. Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Bellarum 3; Excheque 4; Sports I, 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Intercollegiate Council on Government 3, 4; Rho Chi 3, 4. 38MICHAEL KERNOSH The first seven children will have red hair — Very popular at the j ost office — Originator of Hie "Sha Sha Cha Cha” — When will he buy some cigarettes? — Can't stay away from the Penn dorms — Drives a car but it’s more like a mail truck Mis ambition is to stand over a dental chair someday. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2. 3. 4; I.F.C. 3; A.Ph.A. 3, 4. ROBERT KESSLER Runs his car on water, or at least he tries Thrives on Scotch, tuna fish and milk shakes -Responsible for the uptrend in Marlboro sales — Tries not to be henpecked, but is like all the rest — Is living with a room full of medical books — Very fond of administration exams — before you argue with him see if he is in his manic or depressive state. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2. 3. 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; Rho Chi 3, 4; President 4. 39ROBERT KOGUT Noted for his "bachelor quarters" — Free living is his code - The "great repeater" — "Never can remember that combination" Enjoys his job Always freeloading at the fraternity house — Constantly losing things — First one at a party and the last to leave — Limited capacity, which is usually exceeded — "Enjoyed" physics in summer school — Should be able to dazzle future employers. Phi Delta Chi 1, 2. 3, 4; Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4. BENJAMIN KOHL Pecuniary wizard of the yearbook staff — A dependable worker — Another one of our distinguished veterans — Loves to fish — Also enjoys Hi Fi music Favorite courses are all the chemistry subjects — Hates being awakened during lectures by "Duke" — A great advocate of computing daily "Fudge Factors" - Usually remains calm and doesn't push any "panic buttons” "Sweat it. Buddy" — Would like to go into Medicine or. possibly, the U.S. Public Health Service. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2, 3. 4; Arrex — Business Manager 4. 40NELSON KOHL The ".Duke" finally met up with his Duchess — Was married during the summer of '58 — Don't see hint around much anymore! — Favorite hobby is golf — Low 80's, Duke? — Enjoyed microbiology while in school — Likes to work with "bugs" — Never caught any diseases though — Fet gripe is "Pharmacists who undercharge for prescriptions." Another classmate who would like to go to Osteopathy School. Rho Pi Phi L 2, 8, 4; Vice Chancellor 4; Arrex Staff 4. CHARLES KOHLERMAN Noted for his tremendous capacity for carbon-ated beverages — Commuting curtailed his extracurricular activities, but raised his grades — Basketball star — Car cra y: Lincoln owner — Watch those traffic violations; 90 days is a long time without a license — Couldn’t take the cooking at the fraternity house — "Enjoys" pharmacognosy — Part of his education was overcoming his shyness — A friend indeed. 41 Phi Delta Chi 2, 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLEN LAHEY A German from the word, "go" — The "Benny Goodman" of Temple Pharmacy — A future M.D.? — Keeps in shape via handball — Man) a girl gives Al a second glance, especially those nurses — A promising philatelist — Staunch defender of the pharmacy profession — Real admirer of crude drugs - Likes to sleep — Appreciates classical music Will be a credit to his profession, be it pharmacy or medicine. Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Diamond Band 1. 2, 3, 4. MARGHERITA LAFRANCO Marge is the "smart" girl of the class — Another of our distinguished scholarship winners in senior year Idolizes her "Doctor" brother -Hates to get dressed up — Loves to play the piano at a certain fraternity house — Her legs got tired from pushing the pedals "Have to catch my train in ten minutes!" Loves Hi Fi recordings — Had just a little trouble counting cocoa shells in a certain lab — Adored the trip in senior year, because of the free food — Our "banana eater" will do okay. Lambda Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4; Historian 4; A.Ph.A. 3. 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Rho Chi 3, 4; Arrex Staff 4; l.F.C. 4; Secretary 4. 42JOHN LA PIANA A better worker cannot be found — The '‘housemother” of the fraternity house If there’s any gossip to be had, just go to Jack, he’ll knowl — "Marc, this is the last lime I'm telling you to get up.” — "How the h .... are you this morn- ing anyways?" • May someday be a tremendous doctor Loves music, plays and teasing people — Always willing to lend a shoulder to cry on or an ear to bend — If and when around, always good for a laugh. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2, 3. 4; Secretary 2, 3. 4; Editor 1, 2; Banquet Chairman 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2; Vice-President 2; Regional Rep. 1; A.Ph.A. 1,2, 3,4; Dorm. Vice-President 1; Class Vice-President 2; Arrex Staff - copy editor 4. STANFORD LEV N He is so quiet, you hardly know he's around — Makes many a girl jealous because oi his curly hair - Always seems to muiier, so listen closely when he speaks - Can’t see a thing without his glasses - A hard man to beat when it comes to cognosy drawings — A rare individual because he minds his own business - Must lead an interesting life, but keeps it to himsell — No worries about Stan. A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 43EUGENE LIBERACE One of our classmates who prefers a certain oral hygienist - Editor of his fraternity newspaper — Slow, but competent worker — Likes to bring female guests to class — Claims a "certain pharmacy's balance is so sensitive that you can weigh only ten pounds of peanuts accurately" Newman Club leader — Sure to fill many dental prescriptions. Phi Della Chi I. 2. 3. -1; Secretary 3; Editor 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2; President 3; Vice-President 4. CLARE ANNE LONG The “Cyd Charisse” of our class — Hates to cram for a test — "Why hurry! We have until eight o'clock tomorrow morning!" — Always trying to get someone to go ice skating with her Dates boys by the "|x int system" — Loves parties, parties, and more parties — Constantly going on a diet "tomorrow" — Smuggles candy bars when she finally does go on one — Thinks sleeping is a waste of time In freshman year, laughed her way right through the history final — Really knows her pharmacy though — Always a true and understanding person and friend. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4; Corr. Secretary 4; Formal Chairman 3; Convention Co-Chairman 3; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Corrcs. Secretary 4; Arrex Staff -- Editor-in-chief 4; Newman Club 1. 2. 3, 4; President 4; Corres. Secretary 3; Cheerleader 1, 2. 44DONALD LYONS "Don't mess with Don on a Friday because lie's on his way home" — Knows all the Oil's — Has some delightful passengers on his trips to anti from school — Weekends usually taken up by-work — Very quiet but a dependable boy. Kappa Psi 1. 2, 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 3, 4. Another scholarship winner in his senior year — Lovely wife, who is still waiting — Those commuter trains drive him crazy — A real whiz in pharmacy lab — Can t quite bring himself to inject a mouse — Has to get permission from home before going anywhere — Renowned for overcoming incompatibilities with a "shake'’ label — A sincere friend. Phi Delta Chi 2, 3, 4: A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS MC CORMACKROGER MC NAUGHTON Another of our married classmates with a baby daughter — Had a little trouble finishing quant lab our junior year The wisdom of his age has been a guide to many — Works hard in the family business — Has thoughts of building a chain of stores — Enjoys an occasional night out with the boys — Keeps Tom company on those long train titles back and forth to school — Already a success. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2, 3. 4; Sergeant at Arms 4; I.F.C. 2. 3; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4. SIDNEY MARGOLIS Quant "cookie club" member — Gave up dental appointments during school hours — "Have car. will travel," usually with female companions — Loves vodka, beer, and vodka — Devotee of the "All Night Show" — Thinks all coeds are great — A great tense — Unique dresser Likes traveling. especially to pharmacy banquets — Always more than willing to lend a helping hand. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2, 3. 4; Chancellor 3; I.F.C. 4: A.Ph.A. I. 2. 3. 4; Arrex Staff — organizations editor 4. 46JON MAY Nothing but sports cars for our Jon - Is Lancaster County really as great as you say? - Dislikes arrogant individuals The "Picasso" ol our class - Likes his home town girls - Working his way through school - "Have gun, will travel" - A whir in quant lah - Takes part in everything Hopes to do graduate work in pharmacy. Good luck, Jon! Kappa Psi 1, 2,3,4; Vice Regent 3; Sports 2,3,4; A.Ph.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 2,3; Rho Chi 3,4; Vice President 4; Class President 1,2; Arrex Staff - art editor 4. Lttyws su t m vutaw Ww rata W As» wta o v c - s i k v«v m y Yvwt - VaYcs i« » te t wwi i!ft - W is n w WYi wm ; ntt %mWtt - Y i «i« - lAstu's ta w k ta Vt h %wuwV. k MA1 VHARRIS MILLER The little genius of our class — Never sneezes once They always come in 20’s or 30's — And they’re so loud too - Used to spend his spare time in quant lab — Favorite extra-curricular activity is knowing the statistics of all athletes — A dedicated sports fan Favorite course was Pharmacology — That’s where he sneezed the most Dislikes "courses that are a waste of lime.” — Can’t imagine what ones they would be in Pharmacy School — Would like to go into retail work, detailing, or research. Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM MILLER Spends a great deal of time reading — Pharmacology is his favorite course — Rather quiet and reservctl — Another of our classmates who works hard while school is in session — Dislikes the demands of accuracy in quant lab — Happy in his bachelor domain, but soon to leave it Should make a good husband when she finally traps him. Phi Delta Chi 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 2. 3, 4.HOWARD MISCHNE The lull blond of our class — Hard to find anyone to bear our Howie because he's president of the Moaner's Club — Seemed to have a little difficulty with pharmacognosy — Loves sports and participates in all of them Plays a wicked trumpet — Always willing to lend an ear to anyone's troubles Will do a favor for anyone — All the girls love him - Just loves all chemistry courses — Struggled in quant and 'cognosy labs — Always ready with a quick smile — Stay as great as you are, Howie! Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2, 3, 1; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. BARRY MORSE Quiet, mannerly, and industrious — We think that the majority of his customers will be female — Never gets excited or angry — Has an unlimited wardrobe and always looks his best — Worked in school as a research-lab assistant — Liked to wear his raincoat and derby and carry his umbrella — Of course, we wouldn't recognize him without that raincoat —Did great in the pharmacognosy tests — Heard you might major in it, Barry — "What's the word?" — Headed for medical school — With his personality he can’t go wrong. Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2. 3, 4; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Committee Chairman 4: I.F.C. 3. 4; Treasurer 4; A.Ph.A. 3, 4. 49CARL ORTELL Usually seen as a chaperone for Gene and Carol — Dislikes school in the fall, since it interferes with his attendance at baseball games — He lost the tail of one of our experimental rats in 'cology lab — Yelled more about it than the poor rat did — Enjoys parties — Spends his working hours planning his leisure time - A likely candidate for success. Phi Delta Chi I. 2. 3. 4; Editor 4; Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Secretary 3; Treasurer 4: A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4. SHERWOOD PAVORSKY A great friend of engaged coeds — Is a good body-guard — One of the neatest and most fashionable dressers in the school — Loves to argue and to tease people — Still looking for his "true love" - Occasionally is "kicked out" of classes — then, very sorry for the trouble he caused — Enjoys burning cigarettes "We make a great couple" — Couldn't wait for our 'cognosy tests — If you ever see Sherwood ruffled, you just know it's going to be a bad day. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2. 3; School Show 3; A.Ph.A. 4. 50IRWIN PINCUS You know Irv prefers pharmacy girls — Took the plunge with one, two years ago — Always seems to be hurrying somewhere — Will probably sta in shape that way — Seems to get confused in accounting - Always ready to explain things to anyone — If you want to find out answers after a test, go to Irv Prognosis: excellent. A.Ph.A. 2, 3. 4. HARRY POMERANTZ Our classmate who is talented at making all sorts of faces — Enjoys rolling dice with the boys and usually wins — School is second to his card playing We were happy when he could attend a few lectures — Exceptionally graceful on his feet, especially when it comes to dodging certain professors — Short in stature but tall in ideas — Gives the girls a break, but just once-in-awhilc - Acted as a body guard for Jules — Who’s defending whom? — Probably will miss state boards if it interferes with a card game. Rho Pi Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Pledge Master 3; Sports; A.Ph.A. 1, 2. 3. 4. 51FRED POPOLO The "cha-cha" king of our class — Always dances across Broad St. — Very versatile. Went from basketball to musical comedy for the school show — Successful in both — Never at a loss for words - Always on time for quant lab — "Anytime you want spaghetti-don't forget to go sec Freddie!” —Do you really have an elevator key, Fred? — His favorite pastime is missing 'cognosy tests — "What, me worry?" Kappa Psi 1, 2. 3, 4; Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; School Show 3. JOEL PORTNOFF Now filling 300 prescriptions a day — socializes with female classmates — The "money man" of Rope, and probably of Kensington, with his salary — Shows "evidence of effort" and "manual manipulation" — Chief surgeon in pharmacology lab — Would like to be a pharmacognocist! Rho Pi Phi 1, 2. 3, 4: Treasurer 4; Rho Chi 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 52LORETTA RAAB The little girl with the big heart — Can smell food a mile away, even when people are just thinking about it — Loves playing bridge and hearts while listening to soothing music - Has great patience and pcrserverance Loves to go home on weekends Must have something special there Hates retail pharmacies that aren't professional — Waits impatiently for ’col ogy lab — Really knows how to talk to rats — Will probably boost industry, when and ii she enters that field — I don’t think we'll have to worry about our ‘'Loretta”. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor of Paper 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council 4; Junior Counselor 3; School Show 3; Hillel 1: Arrcx Staff 4. BARBARA RICCA The girl leader of our class — Holds so many offices that school is actually an extra-curricular activity — Does well in both school and her offices though — Was tremendous in our school play — A heroic patient in the dental clinic Led the sorority to higher ratings - Loves to hear certain people sing! — Likes plays, her Hi Fi and working at home - Cries when she hears sad stories about little paper boys — Idolizes Frank Sinatra If she stays the way she is, our Barbie will go far. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Treasurer 3; Convention Chairman 3; A.Ph.A. I, 2, 3. 1: Secretary 3, 4; Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Recording Sec. 3, 4; Women's Resident Student Assoc. 3. 4; President 4; Junior Counselor 3; Student Council 3, 4: Secretary 3; President 4; School Show 3; Arrex Staff 4. DONALD RISHCOFF One of our classmates from the mining area — True blue to his girl back home Can t seem to get along without his daily naps — An expert on the theory of the job to be done — Seems to disappeai when the work starts Can't stay awake in convocations Has to go home at least every other week A hit as a hula dancer at a certain fraternity party — Hates classes that are scheduled before noon — We may get him a “hula hoop" to keep in practice. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2. 3. 4: Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. ANTHONY ROCK A great admirer of classical music Can always be seen with his brown brief case Constant visitor of the library — An A-l student Short man with big ideas — Has no time to waste — A credit to his fraternity — Always asks a certain classmate why she’s not home with "their kills” - Sincere and friendly — There will be no stopping Rock after graduation. Kappa Psi I, 2, 3, 4; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Rho Chi 3. 4; Class Treasurer 3. 4. 54MARTIN ROTH A classmate who likes to “precipitate out" ol quant lab lor about two hours — “1 enjoy all courses, especially pharmacognosy" — Likes being a disc jockey and listening to Gene Sheppard on the radio — Hates: Sundays; sophomore year: Physics with his partner Slosh, and second hand tea bags Wants to be a credit to his school and profession — He probably will be. too — Tall, dark and distinguished — Biggest ambition is "to repay my parents for their sacrifices by making them proud of me!” Alpha Zeta Omega !. 2. 3. -1; Newspaper Editor 4; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1,4; Arrex Staff 4. BEATRICE SCHWARTZ The girl with the flashy blue convertible — Loves tennis, ice skating, and softball — A staunch Phillies and Eagles fan — Always trying to get her brother married — Maybe she wants to take over his store — She can’t wait to work in quant lab — But really shines in ’cology — We wouldn't recognize Bea without her curly hair — The only girl who belongs to a social sorority as well as our professional one — Contributes greatly to both of them — Sure to remember a great girl. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1. 2. 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Phi Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 55GEORGE SEHL Big man with a long story — A star in our iirst school show — Great "singing voice" — And who'll ever forget his Arthur Murray style while on stage — Really does a lot of work — Takes up a lot of space as lie passes out — Luckily, he doesn't do this often One of the fraternity representatives at the National Convention — Great success in view. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2, 3. 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. I. 2. 3, 4; Diamond Band 1, 2. 3, 4; School Show 3. RODNEY SHATZER A constant smiler — Noted for his gray raincoat — Doesn't have much to say — Works hard in (juant lab Next proprietor of Jerry's Hash-house — Always on time for lectures; can't miss, living so close to school — Polite and friendly to all — One of the few of our classmates who remains quiet during lectures — Best of luck to you. Rod. Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2. 3, 4; School Show 1. 56DAVID SKOLE A great lover of his fraternity's parties — lias no preference to any course — Must like them ail. huh Dave? — He hates studying in April, May. and especially June — Doesn't particularly care to receive test papers after the test — A great advocate of sleep but comes alive after school — A sports enthusiast — I.ikes to water-ski. even though it hurts when he falls — Adores Florida and the girls, naturally — A "genius" when it comes to food — "Stay loose, Dave”. Alpha Zeta Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Student Council 4; Vice-President 4. MARC SLAVIN Started four I ires in school with his sport jackets — Advocate of the six inch wide tie era — Would be a success in the clothing business? — Will donate his rubber apron to the pharmacy museum - Tries to achieve "digital dexterity". Rho Pi Phi 1. 2. 3, 4; Corr. Secretary 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Class representative 1. 57A. ALAN STEIGROD “Merrill Lynch. Pierce, Fenner, Smith anti Steigrod" — Sure looks silly when he blushes, but this isn't too often — Those cars made terrific props for that new clerby - Seldom on time for classes — Had it quite convenient during senior year when his girl-friend joined the ranks of the freshman class After that, didn't bother with his classmates too much — Ready with a quick smile for everyone — Should enrich our profession. Alpha Zeta Omega I, 2, 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 4. DARVIN SUTER Hard to get to know but. when you do, a nicer person is hard to find — Very quiet — Great outdoor man - Likes to hunt and fish - Adores? working in quant lab — However, his pet course is still chemistry — Does pretty well in all the Other subjects, too — We see a promising future in retail Pharmacy fot Darv. Kappa Psi 3. 4; Sports 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 3. 4. 58PASQUALE TANCREDI Ladies man — His time and money arc taken up by the horses Really lets go at parties — "Distinctive" taste in clothes — Drives Mr. Lynch crazy in administration class Can usually wrap up a date with his smooth line — Enjoys frequent breaks for a cigarette — Believes in studying only on the night before the exam — Likes to sleep during the day, but comes alive at night — Look out, girls, Pat's out now! Phi Delta Chi 1, 2. 3, 4; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1. 2. 3; Treasurer 3; Class Treasurer 1. PRAVIN THAKKER An addition to our class in our Sophomore year - Swift to catch on to our American ways of life — "Do you know who John Hancock is?” — Seems to go for nurses, especially of the Germantown Hospital variety Small in stature but large in friendliness and knowledge — Previous college experience tends to make him an expert in various fields — Fraternity brothers think he should have his own private bathroom Should easily make his mark in the world. Phi Delta Chi 3, 4; Sports 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 3, 4. 59GUILIO VASSALLUZZO Recently married to a pharmacy grad. — Rumors have it that they'll be trying to keep their business in the immediate family Since Jules has taken on responsibility he may have to lessen his interest in his second best love—the horses — Often seen playing cards at various times in the most unusual places - "Checks in" via phone, with the wife often during the day — Big business, large family. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2. 3. 4; Sports 1, 2; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. ROBERT VAUTER Another of our classmates who recently took the fatal step — By the time of this publication, they may have an addition to their family — Head of interior decorating staff and assistant cook at the fraternity house — "I'll try anything once" — Helps hold down the bar in Frun i's - Goes home every weekend — Has really "slowed down”: guess this is what marriage can do to you "Watch out for those cows crossing the road" — A career and a family on the way. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2, 3. 4: Vice-President 3: President 4; l.F.C. 1, 2. 3: A.Ph.A. I, 2, 3. 4.G. WILLIAM WALLACE “Local boy makes good!" — Finally married his sweetheart from home — Maybe that's why we don’t sec him anymore — Contributed greatly to the University's golf team — You can't beat him when he has a club in his hand — Enjoys photography — Hates clothes — Loves to attend his fraternity's parties — Such a big man is bound to have a bright future. Kappa Psi 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Golf 2; A.Ph.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Arrex Staff — photography editor 4. HENRY WORMSER The “French Flash" — Has been seen lately in a blue Mercury convertible — How about those riding companions? — Watch out for the boss's sister — Seems to hypnotize every girl he goes out with, but hasn’t been saying much lately — Henry will make his mark in this world. Rho Pi Phi 1. 2, 3, 4; Rho Chi 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 3, 4.AMELIA ZAMMARELLI VINCENT ZAMPETTI Always true to a certain girl at home — Rarely spends a weekend in the Big City — "I never had to make my own bed before" — Has difficulty pronouncing words with more than two syllables — Another daily napper — Can’t seem to make classes on time — Allergic to the mice in 'cology lab — An expert in "Do it Yourself" around the house — Will make a good husband. Phi Delta Chi 1. 2. 3, 4; Inner Guard 4; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; A.Ph.A. 1. 2, 3, 4. The "star" of our class — Her talents helped add to the success of the school show — The lirst with the latest fashions — Seems to prefer dental students to our pharmacy boys — Do the initials "ZIP” mean anything. Toots? — Don't stare at her left hand too long — you might be blinded — Loved working in quant lab during the summer — Has her own flashy car — A good Italiano from South Philly — Always seems to be late for 'cognosy lab — Deserves a lot of happiness. Lambda Kappa Sigma 1; A.Ph.A. 4; School Show 3.ALVIN ZEISES Mutters constantly in lectures - Does say something worth-while every now and then Teases his neighbor, Vince - Really knows his 'cognosy, though Likes all types of sports - Even looks athletic! His pet course is pharmacology Goes wild in the lab Doesn't dig "ordinary" music but prefers stereophonic sounds - .A fall asset to our basketball team - Osteopathy school may claim him next. Alpha Zcta Omega I, 2, 3, 4; Sports I, 2, 3, 1; Basketball I. LEONARD ZEMBLE One of the ”Moaner Club” members, but stays on the right side of the Dean's List — Will be chief pharmacist for the Eagles or Phillies some day — One of the few people with a car, no girl — We're not too worried about him though — Lenny should do all right for himself. Rho Pi Phi I, 2. 3, 4; Secretary 3; Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Rho Chi 3, 4. 63WILBUR ZIPPERLEN Holds up the bottom of the class, but only alphabetically — Known by bis blazing red hair — Goes for the pharmacy girls — Usually found in the cafeteria at lunch time, entertaining some of them — Quite a man with the cards — Administration is his meal — Quiet but still full of fun — A real fighter on his "frat's" basketball team — Likes baseball, football, and bowling, too — Pet gripe is our lunch room Maybe someday he’ll "straighten it out." Kappa Psi I. 2. 3, 4; Sports 1, 2. 3. 4; A.Ph.A. 3, 4. DIRECTORY - aron. Stuart Vdcr. Howard Allcnstcin. Leonard Arrow. Herd Bryson, Robert Burke, Kathleen Burman. Harvey Butler. 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Philadelphia 15, Pa. Philadelphia 40. Pa. Philadelphia 40. Pa. Philadelphia 34. Pa. Passaic. N. J. Easton. Pa. Wilkes-Barre. Pa Lcviiiown. Pa Hollywood. Fla Philadelphia 22. Pa. Riverton. N. J. Chambersburg. Pa Philadelphia 31. Pa. Philadelphia 38. Pa. Philadelphia 38. Pa. Hummclstown. Pa Philadelphia 38. Pa. Jamnagar. India Huntingdon Valley, Pa Forest City, Pa Waynesboro. Pa. Vineland. N J. Philadelphia 48, Pa. Wilkes-Barre. Pa Philadelphia 31. Pa Philadelphia 32. Pa. Elkins Park. Pa 05 Row One: Eugene McBride, Rita Bloomfield. Nancy Kuchcmba. Barbara Juba, Clara Maida. Norman Newman, Joseph Kaufman. Row Two: Allen I sen berg. Sylvan Ciltman, Warren Werbilt, Allan Kat . Jerome Levine, Edward Cohen. Morion Rosenberg. Charles Naden. Row Three: Larry Snook, Richard Miller, Wilbur Cooper, Joseph Klansek. George Grinaway, Robert Pcyakovich, Kenneth Stout. Jem Moskowit , Paul Mudrick Row hour Irving Greenberg. Stanley Kulaga. John Dilks Jr.. Frederick Augcllo, Robert Capi i, Clair Mancval Jr., John Sergott, Merwin Lavine, Irwin Kaplin, W Edward Sullivan. Row Five: Howard Robbins. Michael Brown, Robert Maull, Joseph U'Alicandro, Augustus Dramis, Ronald Groff. Richard Schiller. Morton Schulman, Jerome Kohn, Jack Goldstein. Row Six: William Meagher. .Missing from picture: Allen Aisen-stein, Robert Altman, Ralph Bcnolino, Dorey Besteder, Joseph Camp, Maty Jane Cesarc, Eugene Chestnut. Ronald Cohen, Stanford Cohen, Paula Cucinotta, 68John Dawson. Eugene Dobrowolski. Stephen Dubin. Robert Duffy. Gilbert Duritr, Sorrell Etsenberg. Jere letter, John Garry. Jerry Ginsberg. Joel Goldstein. Ronald Goldstein. Francis Gulen, Edw.tid Gustitus. Dolores llartung. Alan Katz. Karl Kemp. Martin Klinghoffer. Irene l.apinski, Chester Latini, Walter Iazcnka, Harold l.cvin. Charles Downey. Irene Mac uk, Edward Mar coon, Phillip Mcllo. Alexander Monte, Ernest Napoleon. Leo Orlandini, Zivile Puzinas, John Reinhart, Elaine Roscnbloom. Theodore Rothman, Harold Rozcnbcrg. Jerome Samoiioff, Allan Schwartz. Bernard Schwartz, Barbara Segal, Alan Sicgal, Seymour Silverman. Harry Simpson. Howard Sokol, Rosemarie Slusher, Robert Spiegel man. Frederick Spogcn, Edward Szumowski. Tallie r horn as, Robert Voigt, John Walsh, David Wilkinson. Lewis Winokur, Jack Zcitz, Herbert Zenible, Kenneth Zimmerman. 69President Kenneth Stout Vice President Stanley Kulaga Secretary Sylvan Gilttnan Class Advisor As we entered Temple University School of Pharmacy that Friday. Septembei 11. 1956, little did we realize just what the future had in store for us. Soon after registration a math placement test was given and a few select students were allowed to take calculus instead of algebra. This was a first for the school. The rest of the year flew by in a whirl of English compositions and chemistry flow sheets. At the start of the "year of significant figures,” a glance at our schedule warned us of a long, hard veal ahead. In bacteriology the most familiar cry was that of Walter saying. "All right boys, come and get your agar.” The so-called "Mr. Fixiis" of physiology were at their best setting up the kymographs. We also learned Treasurer Robert Capi i Student Council Barbara Juba Student Council George Grinaway Dr. Louis R. Stezzi how easy it was to sleep through those eight o'clock classes. Among our fondest memories were the four hours spent in organic lab completing a three hour experiment. We entered the junior year glowing with the realization that we hail, completed half of our formal education. The classes weren’t any easier though. In pharmacy administration Mr. Lynch tried to make public speakers and professional window dressers of us. In qual lab there were many variously hued unknowns, and speaking of unknowns, remember those capsules in histology? As soon as we. the class of I960, enter the various aspects of pharmacy, we will realize the alue of attending a school like Temple Pharmacy. 70711 Row One: Marie Lorenzo. Dolores Clauser, Lucille Hurras. Carole Patlcr. Flora Kooiis, Annatercsa Piiconc, Renee Marrnurs tejn Row Two: Faith l.x pcz. Louise Shevock. John Miras Jr.. Samuel Wright. Giles Bclski, John Dcppcn. Anne Malloy. Mary Wynoskv. Row Three: Robert A ike ns. Richard AshbaUgh. John Silbersiein. Anthony Pasquarcllc, Rodion Folis, Anthony Villarc, Claude Spinnato. James Howell. Michael Xcopolitan. Row Tour: Jacques Tchiloulian, George Xaglak. Philip Solomon. Lance Collins, David Mallow, I homas Roman, Edward Pantle, James Golden. Burton Brenman, Basil Giandonato. Row Five: Bernard ODorisio, Vincent Rcina, Richard Wagner. Gerald Gentilotti, Lon Castle, John Kac inarczyk. William Merkel. Donald Barkcy. John Forgach, Anthony Cardi. Row Six: Andrew Komitsky, Paul Savarcsc. Miffing from picture: Gilbert Ackers. Leslie Albert, Anthony Andrews, Robert Brody, David 72Burke, Jolui Campbell, Anthony Cemafont. Dominic Chianete, Robert Cirnino, Allen Cramer, Melvyn Davis. Peter Dipicrro, Kicve Ehrlich, Ronald Fash, Irving Fisher, Lorraine Forenski. Alan Freeman, Calvin Freedman, Frank Frumcnto, Paul Garber. David Cavigan. Dale Gentzler, Nathan Gewcrtz, John Ghcrardini. Jack Glass. Henry Gtaboskc, Leonard Greenstein, Bernard Grosnofi. Kenneth Haas. Comer Harris. Albert Hawke. George Heil, Robert Kramer. Stanley Leonard. Paul Lculhner, Raymond Lodato, Robert Luce, Walter Maupav. Irvin Orklinc. Bernard Pach, Michael Pennock. F'noch Roberts. Coleman Robinson. Leonard Rosenberg, Leonard RothkofI, Jacob Rothmel. Martin Rodman. Richard Schwartzman, Stanley Sigal. Sidney Spillerman, Peter Stahl. Garry Wachtel. James Walker. William Warning. Jerome Weber. Martin Zarge. 73President John Deppen lice President Giles Bclski Secretary Louise Shevock Class Advisor On September 15, 195S. friendly greetings were exchanged among old friends. Watching the eager faces of the freshmen we reminisced to one year ago when we ourselves were newcomers to the school. How could we forget our first day in botany lab when Dr. Eby confronted us with a bean plant which we had to describe. Other memories of our first year include chemistry unknowns. Mr. Gable's lectures on Hippocrates and Aesculapius, and hectic hours spent studying psychology and English. Having reached the great plateau, sophomore year, we strike the words "leisure hours" from our vocabulary. The song "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning” has become very popular with us. The days begin early this year. Eight o’clock comes and we see the bleary-eyed future pharma- Treasurer Richard Ashbaugh Student Council Mary Wynosky Student Council Lon Castle Robert L. Meyers cists stumbling into Room E for physics class. Noting the infamous assignment wc hear Dr. Eackcnthal say. “Force equals mass times acceleration.” Entering microbiology lab we heat Dr. Cobe say, "Don't shake hands,” as Walter distributes TB cultures. Dr. Tucketman. a new member of the organic department, seems to be giving us a good foundation with the alkanes, alkenes, and alky nes. Inevitably some professor is waiting in the auditorium to determine the fruits of our “Wee Small Hours" labor. Fhe days have been long; the studying difficult. but this and the following years will yield the knowledge that will carry us on to receive that coveted degree in pharmacy after font years at Temple. 74Eight O'Clocks, and Stained Hands. Lab Reports,How One: Janet oole. Phoebe Saddic, Beverly Bloomfield. Judy Oram, Sandra Llewellyn. Losluko Nogatni. Nancy Doctofsky. Susan Perkins. Itarbara Spector. How Two: John laffcra. Leonard Pollack. Earl Siegfried. Ronald Davis. John Duffy. Stanley Margulics, Cary l.uthran, John Baker, Jerome Walker. John Sirauh Jr Hou Three: ivars Betkis. I honias Malithaucki. Robert Masutti, Charles Milar o, Edwin Rumer, Flank Buono. Daniel Volpc, Ralph Bryan. Anthony Del Piano; William Kowalcwski. Ronald ukin. How lour: Martin Gibson. Robert I hompson. Harry Lautcnbachcr, Charles Prohaska, Michael Nlaliniak. Anthony Mancuso. William Hamincrschmidl. Howard Harpcl. Norman Schw-aru. Howard Toto, Richard Gerhart. John Gault How five: Thomas Renner, Harry Reicltenbach, John Claar, Irwin Schtnier, Marvin Rappaport. Morton Cohen, Startles Smith. Douglas Brunner, Raymond Ragland, Harrs Vogel. Ronald Nighswandcr. Adam Burick. (ore Sr .- John Fredericks. Raymond Price. Dottahl Miller. Erattk Lucci John Barhagiovantu. Richard Di Monte. Samuel Lee. Howard Malntud, Nick Trunzo. Ronald Wasserrnan Richard Rake, Donald Pollock. Hou- Seven: Matthew 1-amcl a, Richard 70Friedman, Waller Black, Stanley F.hlin, Lee Vegotsky. Thomas Obrzut, Carmen Nocito, Steven Petner, Charles Heller. Stephen Shenk. Musing from picture Zalig Acker, Rosalie Barbera, Nathan Berger. Martin Brian, Richard Brousc Jeffrey Camson, Barbara ( apian. F.laine Dc Cusati , Barbara Dolfman, Barrv Dnbinsky, Vance Eppley, Donald Fishman. Harry Friedman, Steven Garfield, Christine Garvic. Francis Giordano, Franklin Goldman, Marlene Gohlpaint. Lewis Gould David Grofl, Arthur Grossman, Stuart Flarlcin, Lawrence Herman, Howard 1 e . Stephen Katsiff. Mikhael Khalipa, Sandra Kopstcin. Carol Lcinin gcr, Neal Levensten, William Lowncy. Nicholas Mariano. Howard Markowitz, William Moors, Frank Nemeth. James O'Shea. David Pestcoe, Alan Ralph, Marie Rauche, Mitchell Rechson, Michael Rcn ulli, Lonnie Richman, l'homas Rinsland. Gerald Rosenlrcrg. Clement Russell, Donald Rvnicr. Yale Sager Ivan Soltoff. Eugene Spelman, Michael Spitalniak. Alan Strauss. Edward Swichar. David Tedesco, Sydney Wemstock, Ronald Zabinsky. David Zenstcin. Stanford Zukin. Ted Van Dcvcre. 77President Michael Maliniak Vice President Francis Tucci Secretary Rosalie Barbera Class Advisor September 15. 1958. one hundred and thirty-one members of the freshman class inaugurated their studies at Temple University School of Pharmacy. It certainly was an auspicious beginning foi in the first days of classes we were confronted with everything from English compositions to three hour labs and bean plants. We were told many times that we were a select group of students with great potentialities, but, as time elapsed, we. as did mans students befoie us, began to wonder if we really were a select group. The upperclassmen were wonderfully helpful and always ready with sage advice when it was needed. The warning that we Would be "burning the midnight oil" was one prophecy the class soon discovered to be painfully true. Initially our studies appeared rather easy Treasurer Stanley Smith Student Council Sandra Llewellyn Student Council Anthony Mancuso Dr. Samuel Elkin with some new courses—botany, economics, and psychology' added to the established favorites— chemistry and math. English was annoyingly difficult, as is often the opinion of science majors, and oology was simply in a class of its own. Wc are doing our best to achieve our ultimate goal—a B. S. in Pharmacy, but have settled down to the more realistic objective-sophomore year. In a panorama of our first year, the research papers, the unknowns in qual, cat anatomy, and unexpected tests paint the scene completely arid vividly, but from a distance it can be seen that this year is only the background of a pattern for the future; and now that the lass has visualized what lies ahead, it will try. as in the past, to aspire to the great heights expected of Temple Pharmacy graduates. 78Flow Sheets,Alpha "ela (Omega 19 ® 59 (i etuple IPhamuacLj 82President Vice President Secretary T rcasurc) Sgt. at Arms David Skole Robert Spiegelman Gilbert Durit Milton Kaplan Irving Greenberg On December 19, 1919 A.Z.O. was born at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. Its first name was "Dead Men’s Club” and its initial purpose was 100% graduation of its members; which till this day has not changed. Starting with the year 1955, when our present senior class entered the school. A.Z.O. has enjoyed a very successful three years, thle-tically, we have won the I.K.C. football championship three years in succession; fairing well in other I.F.C. sports. Socially, we have maintained our prestige by having two parties at the fraternity house every month. Besides the regular parties we have originated many out-of-the-ordinary tyjx of socials. These include affairs such as our "Purple Passion”, "Dracula's Drag", and Night in Greenwich Village.” We of Gamma are especially proud of our formal Ojjcning and Closing Dinner-dances. This affair is highlighted by the beautiful and serious installation of the newly elected officers and the presentation of the "Frater of the Year" Award. The present senior to hold this award is David Skole. A.Z.O. is the first fraternity to pledge its charity to the building of a Pharmacy School in the State of Israel. Gamma this year fulfilled a three year pledge of $1500. This year A.Z.O. will graduate 15 seniors who will be very happy to pursue their chosen profession; there will always be a warm feeling in our hearts when someone mentions A.Z.O. We. the graduating seniors, wish to take this opportunity to thank A.Z.O. for allowing us to be brothers in such a fine and outstanding organization. 83PO CM LORENZO A LAMEY R S HINKLE T ROCK F. PAPOLO 8-iRe gent Vice Regent Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Historian Stanley F. kulaga. Jr. J. Lawrence Dilks Willard E. Cares William Chappell Allen La hey George Grinaway Kappa Psi has the distinction of being the first pharmaceutical fraternity founded. It originated on May 30, 1879. Since that time it has grown to lift) collegiate and twenty-two graduate chapters scattered throughout the land in the best schools of Pharmacy. Beta Omega Chapter at Temple University was founded in 1930. We lake great pride in noting that we still have two of our charter members on the School of Pharmacy faculty, namely Dr. Frank II liby and Arthui Lieberknight. This past year has been full of varied activities. Socially, the affairs most worthy of mention were the Winter Dance, The Annual Spring Formal, and the Father-Son-Faculty Dinner, at which is presented awards foi outstanding scholarship and service to the school and the fraternity. The Chapter House was completely renovated this fall, providing a cheerful atmosphere for the Brothers living there. Shortly before Christmas vacation the Brothers treated some twenty orphans to a line dinner and a visit from Santa Claus with his sack bursting with gifts for the youngsters. £atnbda %appa igma M J CESARC N L Ml (WAN «« xnov 8 ARICCA 8 J FRIES C A LONG L I SAAB CLcmplc pharmacy 1959 hf SOfAAPTZ « A BURKE R BLOOMFIELD M M LA FRANCO 0 M MICKS 8 A JUBA V A LORENZO L A SMEVOCK M T NOSK» R MAR WZTEjN C L PATlER A V MALLOY FO LO CZ 8fi L A FORENSKC LJ BURGAS FA KOONS OC CLAUSENPresident Vice President Corr. Secretary Rec. Secretary T reasurer Social Chairman Historian Sgt. at Arms Barbara Ricca Nancy Hinman Clare Long Jayne Cesare Beverly Fries Kathy Burke Marghcrita La Franco Beverly Fries Lambda Kappa Sigma, the women’s professional sorority here at Temple Pharmacy, has as its purjxrse creating a center of friendship and culture among the girls and providing for these young women cultural, social, educational and professional training. Alpha Alpha Chapter, chartered here in 1948. is a well organized group and is proud to be one of the largest and most active chapters in the world. The activities are threefold: traditional, social, and philanthropic. In keeping tradition. Founder’s Day, March 15. is celebrated with secret rituals and a scientific and professional program. The first woman pharmacist, Hygia, is honored with a window display in the model pharmacy. Philanthropic ally the girls raise money to be sent to a sister who is doing missionary work in the Belgian Congo. The social calendar is filled with such activities as hay rides, weiner roasts, turkey dinners, dated and “for women only” parties, theater parties, and as a Grande Finale a lavish dinner-dance. 87 2AMKTT1 •j cikimccM t unt«i ct C RCMLCMMM f p CMHiO Uhi OcUa (Ehi Gem pic pharmacy 1959 M C MXMtMAN J FBANC£SCO I A •(■■AfiTC 51 SCX. JC r«tr 0»-«AS ,AtXUZI0 MJ JUNTA A TAWClNtOI M « O' lOMUA O MC riOAMJM croMin. re «»ccc £ «bwui» tjMxrixcwc.- aTKJi«»»» 88President Vice President Secretary Ass't Secretary Treasure; % . at Arms Inner Guard Prelate Robert Vainer Howard Adcr John LaPiana George Sehl Edward Szumowski Roger McNaughton Vincent Zampetti Phillip Mello Phi Delta Chi was founded in 1883 at the University of Michigan. The object of this association is to advance the science of Pharmacy and its allied interests and to foster and promote a fraternal spirit among its members. Alpha Omicron Chapter was founded at Temple University, School of Pharmacy in 1951. Since that time we have grown steadily as evidenced by our acquisition of a house and the establishment of an alumni association. Our Women’s Auxiliary prepared a dinner for Homecoming which is an indication of their great value to us. Out annual Alumni Banquet was held on March 18. Once again we welcomed back familar faces which brought back memories of many good times we had together. In April, we were co-hosts with the Epsilon Chapter at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, for the Eastern Regional Conference ol Phi Delta Chi. On May 9 we had a formal dinner-dance at the Melrose Country Club, which was a fitting climax to a fine year. 89J PORTMOFF MARGOUS 8 KO«L S COHEN W FELDMAN H POVERANTZ N M KOHL 90Chancellor Robert Kessler Vice Chancellor Nelson Kolil Guardian of the Exchequer Joel Portnoff Rec. Scribe Fred Cohen Corr. Scribe Marc Slavin Fiery Dragon Harold Levin The Rho Pi Phi International Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded in 1918 at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in Boston, Mass. The Gamma Galen Chapter of Temple University School of Pharmacy joined this organization in 1952. Socially, we have held affairs at least once monthly, beginning with an opening dinner-dance at Palumbo's, and highlighted during the year by Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentine, and pledge parties. In January. our second annual "Chinese Motif" affair was presented. Closing the year is our formal dinner-dance. at which the Rho Pi Phi "Man of the Year" is honored. This year the presentation goes to one of our faculty advisors. Dr. Samuel Elkin. The foremost project of Rho Pi Phi is the Leukemia Fund, founded to study the dread disease which took the life of the pianist Eddie Duchin, a fraternity Brother in his college days. Each year a Winter Festival is held, and its proceeds are donated to the Leukemia Foundation. 91President Vice President T reasurer Con. Secretary Henry DiTommaso J. Lawrence Dilks Marc Hartman Clare A. Long Her. Secretary Advisors Dr. Barbara Ricca Harry Kostenbauder Dr. Charles Peterson American Pharmaceutical Association The Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association at Temple University School of Pharmacy exists for the betterment of the profession of Pharmacy, particularly on the student level. To stimulate student interest in the organization and at the same time, uphold the fine professional standards of the A.Ph.A.. an ambitious program with the theme "Talk Up Pharmacy" was planned by the executive board. Dr. Eric Martin, editor of the A.Ph.A. Journal was featured in the October meeting. In addition to his speech, "Pharmacy Inspires." two student speakers expressed their views on the subject. "Unions in Pharmacy" was the topic of a debate presented in November by Eugene McBride and Alan Aisenstcin. The theme was carried out by the January meeting too. which was devoted to a discussion on state regulations regarding internship, education, and reciprocation. The discussion was led by State Board representatives from Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. Thus we near the completion of another year with a feeling shared by faculty and students alike, that because of the renewed vigor and interest shown by the students, the A.Ph.A. can look forward to an even greater success in the future. Our sincere thanks to Drs. Harry Kostenbauder and Charles Peterson for their skillful advice and unfailing interest which have played an important role in making this year a success. 91Mr. I’resident Debate anyone? That is a problem! $300. $400. 3500-ihat pays your registrationInterfraternity Council The Inter-fraternity Council of the School of Pharmacy is an organization whose purj osc is to promote frutcrnnlism and good will among its members and to coordinate the activities of its member organizations. It brings together the views of five separate and distinct organizations, and makes them one corporate objective. It is composed ol two delegates and two alternates each ol the sorority and four fraternities—Lambda Kappa Sigma Sorority. Alpha Zeta Omega, Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Chi and Rho Pi Phi Fraternities. It functions in the setting of rules concerning pledging policies, athletics, and government of its members lot the mutual good. Most imj ortaiu. the Interfrat-ernity Council strives to obtain the cooperation and brotherhood of its members without the stilling of wholesome rivalry. President Vice President Secretary Eugene Dobrowolski Treasurer Eugene McBride Advisor Margherita I,a Franco Barry Morse Dr. Frank II. Eby %Newman Club The Newman Club is an organization for Catholic students in non-sectarian colleges. It has as its purpose, to foster spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic student; to assist the University and students wherever possible; and to aid in the work of the Church. This ycat Newman Club played an active part in two very successful functions. The first was the Christmas Convocation sponsored by Newman and the Student Council. John Facenda, noted news commentator, was guest speaker. The second event, the Communion Breakfast held at St. Joseph’s College, featuring Father Cunningham as the guest speaker. Newman Club will endeavor to maintain their high standards and assist in other worthwhile functions in the future. Presidcn t Pice President Rec. Secretary Corr. Secretary Clare Long Treasurer Eugene Liberace Advisors Barbara Ricca Dolores Clauser Carl Ortell Mrs. Frances Wilson Mr. Ronald Gautieri 97Student Council To open the activities ol the 1958-59 school year, the Student Council President presided over the Freshman ssembly Program held on September 15. At this time the new students were greeted by the presidents ol the fraternities, sorority, and various other organizations. The next undertaking of the Council was to plan and sponsor the annual "All Pharmacy Dance” held on November 15. Crowning of a queen highlighted the evening. This year the Council was joined by the Newman Club in sponsoring the annual Christmas Convocation. As the guest spcakci we had Mr. John Facenda, noted commentator. February 18th—again Student Council was engaged in major activity. This time in the form of a luncheon and grievance meeting with the Faculty Executive Board. March came and ended the officers term. It was a time too when these officers wished to thank everyone who helped them throughout the year. President Pice President Secretary Treasurer Advisor Barbara Ricca David Skole Barbara Juba George Grinaway Dr. Frank H. Eby Members 98 Sandra Llewllyn Mars Wsnosks Anthony Mancuso Lon CastleRho Cbi "To make its members more professional, more ethical, and more useful to the world in which they live." The honor society of Pharmacy. Rho Chi. also has as one of its basic objectives, the advancement of Pharmaceutical Sciences, through the encouragement and recognition of intellectual scholarship. Founded at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy in 1908, the Society has since taken many steps toward the achievement of these goals. The program includes a Cumulative Research Fund, along with j eriodical meetings which foster a professional interest in Pharmacy. High scholastice ability has always been a prerequisite for membership. The Society emblem is the octagonal key, bearing the Greek letter. "Rho Chi" The sides of the Key represent the eight sciences of Pharmacy: pharmacology, pharmacognosy, chemistry, botany, bacteriology, physics, physiology, and pharmacy. Rho Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. TEMPLE I R SCBffOL )i President Robert Kessler Vice President Jon May Secretary-Treasurer Harry Kostcnbauder Historian Samuel Elkin Advisor Harry Kostenbauder Members Stuart Aaron Leonard Zemble Milton Kaplan David Berkowitz Margherita La Franco James Doluisio Joel Portnoff Arthur Hunvitz Henry Wormser Arthur McCreesh 99Arrex We have attempted to record in this book memories of our college days, touching on all phases of student life and interjecting humor to alleviate the dullness of a book compiled on a serious vein of thought. We hope that in our endeavor, we have produced a book that will serve its purpose ot giving added enjoyment to you in years to come, when you take time out to reminisce. To the members of the editing stall, those who have given freely of their time and talent. I extend my sincere appreciation—for without you I could not have had the honor of being fcditor-in-Chief of this yearbook. The work put into this l ook. as you all know, was not scanty—but now that the job is completed it should give to you a feeling of satisfaction—for you have proven your ability and conscientiousness in an accomplishment that deviates from a strictly scientific education. You have also exemplified a quality which is very essential in general dealings with people—loyalty. Loyalty to 100Staff your alma-inater and to your classmates. Particular acclamation is directed to Nancy Hinman, Assistant Editor, an indispensable person in the editing of this book. Special commendation is also due to a few outstanding members of the staff who, although do not hold specific titles as feature editors, have worked industriously and proved to lie extremely essential. To Dolly Hicks—for her photography; to Barbara Kicca—for her assistance on all phases ol production; to ferry Francesco—for his designs and ai t work on the divider pages: to Irv Pincus for his assistance to the business manager; and to Mr. Lynch—our faculty advisor. I thank you and commend you. the Arrcx Staff of 5‘). for your work and interest. Sincerely, Clare A. Long 101J3$€107If you don’t have anything to do—do it here. Maverick vs. ’Oology Mouscketcci'. 108ual abodes MUlHl'ili ■112113CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK GRADUATING CLASS '59 from TEMPLE PHARMACY ALUMNI illPHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE DRUG COMPANY PHILADELPHIA LARGEST CO-OPERATIVE WHOLESALE DRUG COMPANY IN THE UNITED STATES 115Best Wishes for a Successful Career in PHARMACY • • A Friend Mary and Pat s Launderelle Cleaners and Dyers Half Hour Laundry 1421 Westmoreland St. BA 5-8558 Congratulations, Class of '59 Slater is proud to serve Temple and 100 colleges PARKERS RESTAURANT opposite Pharmacy School 3248 North Broad St. Sandwiches and Platters, our Specialty' MS LATE RH 000 lllviCt manaOImInt ■ — ■■ Moby Drugs of Farmingdale 226 Main Street Farmingdale, N. Y. MIDGE'S BARBER SHOP 1414 West Westmoreland St. "Specializing in Crewcuts” Ra-5-9354 Compliments and Best Wishes from B.B. Park Lane Company Uniform Shop "With Pride We Serve the Pharmacists of Tomorrow" 3547 No. Broad St. Philadelphia 40, Pa. 116CONGRATULATIONS FROM STAN AND DORIS of ROMAN PHARMACY 8016 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN V. FRUNZI Publishers of Finer Yearbooks S3 Clarence Avenue Buffalo 15, New York 117Congratulations and Good Luck EPPLEY'S PHARMACY Richard L. Siren, Temple 54 15th and Westmoreland Streets Philadelphia 40, Pa. BA 5-4350 Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 G. SAMET PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS Fellow American College of Apothecaries S.W. Corner Kensington and Allegheny Avenues Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 59 SCHWARTZ PHARMACY Franklin and Berks St. 118STRAUPS PHARMACIES J. Wesley Straup, P.D., Proprietor West Wholesale Drug Co. Service Wholesalers Thirty-six North Third Street Berwick and St. John Sts. Berwick and Center Sts. Easton, Penna. 631 North Broad Street Philadelphia 23, Pa. STevenson 7-5800 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '59 We commend you for your choice of pharmacy as your profession. May you find joy in your field of work as you labor in the interest of your neighbors good health. REA AND DERICK INC. Modern Drug Stores Serving Central and Eastern Pennsylvania Since 1920 119PROFESSIONAL PATRONS William X. Beck Mrs. Edna Hinman Joseph A. Cimino Howard Rappoport Joseph A. Ferko Leonard Shayne Caroll S. Sutryn PATRONS Mr. Mrs. B. Aaron Mr. Mrs. J. LaPiana Mrs. R. N. Bryson Mr. Mrs. F. Liberace Mr. Mrs. J. F. Burke Mr. Mrs. C. J. Long Mr. Mrs. B. Burman Mr. Mrs. H. C. Lyons Mr. Mrs. J. Cipriany Mr. F. R. Maxwell Mr. Mrs. P. Curfman Mr. Mrs. J. Mazukewicz Mr. Mrs. M. DiTommaso Mr. G. J. McNaughton Mr. Mrs. P. Eisaman Mr. Mrs. F. Miller Mr. Mrs. E. Fries Mr. Mrs. M. Morse Mr. Mrs. R. Gabour Mr. Mrs. C. Ortell Mr. Mrs. E. Gares Mr. Mrs. H. Pavorsky Mr. Mrs. T. Hartman Dr. Mrs. Raab Mr. Mrs. W. A. Hicks Mr. Mrs. A. Ricca Mr. Mrs. J. Hinkle Mr. Mrs. M. Rishcoff Mr. Mrs. C. Jiunta Mr. Mrs. J. Skole Mr. and Mrs. B. Kaplan Mr. Mrs. W. Slavin Mrs. M. C. Kogut Mr. Mrs. J. Trinchere Mrs. Mildred Lahey Mr. Mrs. L. Zampetti TEMPLE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SCHOOL bf Pharmacy 120 Thtt book printed by VELVATONE. ■ tprcial proce»» of Ul graphic printing. Sole producers Wm. J. Keller Inc.. Buffalo. N. No other printing firm i« authoriied to use the Velvaione methMS’ For Reference Not to be taken from this room

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