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

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ES 76’It beg3n in the fall of 72. We were 86 anxious new students in a lecture room at the old school, that seated only 50. fast developing claustrophobia. It was hard to believe how a school would accept more students than scats. Dean Giblcy had answers for all our questions. He informed us that our class, due to its size was being shipped over to the old Greek Orthodox Church Over there! Over there! Most of us had already heard rumors about 1st year Anatomy and how tough the ‘old man’ made the course, so I guess they expected us to pray and study at the same time — Greek Style. Dean Giblcy welcomed us to PCPM He broke the good news to us that if your car was parked by a; meter out front, you could get a ticket and if you parked it on the school lot, it would be towed. We had some questions for him; Is this really Society Hill? Is South Street around the corner0 Where do you buy soft pretzels? Arc there any cheap places to live? Dean Giblcy did reassure us that shortly, there would be ample parking at the new school. In fact, whatever the problem was, the new school seemed to be the solution for everything Beware of Greeks bearing gifts. Our first class in the Greek Church came as a surprise to us. First, finding it, then realizing that they did not believe in white light bulbs, heat or air conditioning We had to bring our own flashlights and pocket light-ers for light and warmth. We were a very close class that winter, we huddled togethr just to stay warm Turner with the help of Talrnagc Jacobs used to turn ahead the clock on the wall to avoid frostbite We did have a reserve section for the pipe smokers. Turner. Sokoloff, Snyder and Maguire I think they smoked u pipe just to keep their hands warm. Standard equipment for class was a pair of binoculars, because we were so far back, it was impossible to see the Professor or even hear them. Sometimes that was good, sometimes that was bad Sometimes that was to our advantage. Slide woman could't believe that a Ph D. knew how to turn on a slide projector, but you could always count on her for 3 piece of chalk Then there was Dr. S L Pilkow The S.L. stood for Stcin-I.eventhal. Dr Pilkow was really trying to follow in the foot steps of Johnson and Masters It took Dr Pitkow so long to hand out exams, he would get the different colored tests mixed up. that the students in the front row finished before the ones in the back ever received their exams. The Old Man introduced us to a new game called "Russian Roulette" We were each given a number, no longer a name, just a number. So much for personalized education We had gotten the 8th street dash down to 3 minutes flat, from the church to the old school, up 2 flights of stairs to see our number and grade posted How they ever got the grades posted in 5 minutes remains a secret. Do you remember in Anatomy dissection when Mike Ccntrclla asked Dr. Harford how long should we spend on the thigh muscles and he answered "How long is a piece of string". Darryl asked him where the cadavers would be buried and he answered, "In the ground, where else?" How many times we studied the os innominatum and never once got a test on it. In Greek, os innominatum means ‘no name’, but I think it means no test. How we used to hold our breath and pray when Dr. Harford would open his briefcase and stand in front of the room and decide which half of the class would leave for those ‘surprise' quizes. Lots of us would never have passed anatomy if it weren't for those extra 20 minutes. We used to try and outguess him. but they don't call him the old man for nothing. It was like a football pool: would it be arteries vs. bones or bones vs. muscles. One thing you will never forget is that the femur is the longest and strongest bone in the body Learning which way the borders went was like learning football plays: the linca aspeara. goes medially. shoots off laterally, takes a sharp turn at the tubercle and heads toward the goal line. Histology was taught by Dr. David Eisenhower. His multiple, multiple choice exams left us with nothing to hang our hat on The Amtrack pods from our nation's capitol. Lyons and Shapiro (sounds like a law firm), taught us what j wart and a corn looked like and how much we got paid to remove them We also learned that Podiatry is a very lucrative profession that could provide you with vacations and Jaguars. Don't forget Ccntrclla's impersonations of Shapiros trips.It was fast becoming obvious that we needed a spokesperson, no male chauvinism for us. We needed to elect a class prez. It was a difficult task. Who wanted the job? It was a choice between anatomy and political warfare at school. A dark horse candidate won and Burnsy was left with the honor. He spent more time arguing with Dr. Davidheiser over histology than he did fighting off girls at Watsons, that adored those baby blue eyes. Surprise, he wears colored contacts. Remember when we block voted Gary Greenberg into PPSA. or the raffle for PEPACK. All the ticket stubs had S. Samet's name. 4Il was not long before the da» began to breakdown — into groups that is. The JAPS. Jewish American Podiatry Students; Folbaum, Jay. Sokoloff. Ornstein. Orowitz. Finer, the Watson Gang, also known as the James Gang; Burns and Ccntrella, the Southern Rebels; Davis. Hoover. Hatcher. I.angford and Bell, as a token Northerner and the Twins. Goldberg and Grotsky There was Barbara and her disciples, and last, but not least the Bridge Team, with Wolf. Orn-stcin. DeFco and Orowitz. Special mention to Walt Murphy ‘'Father of the Year" and Jeff Kaplan our Magician-in-Residcncc. That first year we traded a bottle of Heineken and Sunday football games for the Jefferson Library and a bag of bones. The 2nd year was filled with rumors, surprises and the strong hope that it had to be belter than the first year. Onychopathy started off with Dr. Krause showing us 2.000.000 slides of diseased nails. He spelled paronychia 50 imes and stressed that Burow's solution had one R not 2. He also took off points for spelling. Remember when Dr. Krause never showed for the final exam and we called his wife at home and she said that he was at school giving a test We were ama cd that the final exam was an essay from the October i.vsue of Current Chiropody. 1924. Biomechanics taught us; Twinkle. Twinkle little toes, pronate and supinalc. that’s how it goes Varus. Valgus. new words for us Pods, if you don't learn these terms, you'll wind up a clod. Lest we forget Dr.Whit-nev's "guess the angle" a game he played with his glasses. Roentgenology, taught by Dr. Kchr was another mind boggling course. Was that x-ray "filem" on the final exam Rheumatoid or Osteoarthritis. Even Dr Kchr still isn't sure. Dr. Abramson, alias Mad Magazine, assured us that the TB belt had surrounded us from South St to Locust St We all ran to the lab to get our tine tests, only to discover it was all a hoax to get us up to the lab to do some work. L 56V v Dr. Bishara had a unique way of taking role: Mr Albert, Mr. Bankrupt. Mr Bell. Mr. Burns. Mr. Ccntrella. Mr. Connor. Mr Ditch. Look up here, no migration, gentlemen, no migration, this is a recording Once. Larry Bell had to be excused in the middle of Micro Lab. Just think. 32 years old and still asking permission to go to the bathroom You will recall that he had to flame the loop before he was excused. He gave us an excellent demonstration of a scissors gait as he left. We would like to thank W. Rutherford and friends for those old exams. Wasn't it a shame that the professors didn't have them too. Our class never had any luck. 7Someone forgot to tell Dr. Mordcs that he was not teaching in Belgium His first attempt at organizing our class was a fiasco. After seating us alphabetically, every other seat, he realized that the room was too small. He then scattered the rest of the students around the room, defeating the whole purpose of alphabetical seating. I think he was trying to remember our names, which gave us a clue why he choose neurology. After one year, he knew 3 guys names. Centrclla, Finer and Jerry “Allentown" Schofficr His 2 cousins. Ankle and Rigor, also known as Livor, never did show up to teach podiatric clinical neurology We did. however, learn a lot about the eyes. Dr. Mordcs got Podiatry confussed with Optometry. Between our 2nd and 3rd year, we were to enjoy an experience known as summer clinic. W'c had arrived. Patients were calling us Doctor We also had to get our act together: dress pants, ties and short white coats. Turner pleaded with Dr. Rockett that the long white coat was the short one. It only came up to his navel.The summer was not all nip and clip We had a course in injection therapy. Sounds harmless, only the therapy was on each other. This was not like the Navy where they needed a few good men, — no volunteers Everybody got a chance. If yo tilted the chair back, and thought about how soon graduation was, the experience was not all that bad. Somebody should ask Greenberg why he still limps Dr Gordon made sure that everybody got theirs in the end. To my dying day. I'll always remember these famous words from the clinic page; Will the student Doctor who borrowed the injection tray please return it to Pharmacy? Will the Doctor who has Amy Robinson’s chart, please come to the desk? Dr Sokoloff. telephone Dr. LaPorta's surgery class scheduled for this afternoon is cancelled. Dr Edison please come to the front desk. Dr. Edison was in the darkroom trying to figure how to turn the lights on. How about those PM quizes? Kanncr, Orowitz, Fortuna and Magliclta must have stayed up all night figuring out what were the ingredients in husk. At the end of the summer, it was 2 down and 2 to go. and we thought the worst was over. 3rd year was 3 course in endurance. Clinic in the morning, which exhausted you, quick lunch of a soft pretzel and a Coke, then classes. The afternoon class schedule looked dynamite on paper, only one problem. You could never find anybody to teach or attend classes. The 3rd year was so educationally enlightening that I can’t even remember what courses we hadUIn April of the 3rd year. Dr Hclfand took us to South Mountain We diagnosed 64.000 feet in I hour. The only reason most of us went was that Art promised us beer and sodas on the bus. for the trip back, or was it on the way up? Anyway, it sure was a benefit for us pods. as well as the patients. They even asked us back for lunch the following week but Dr Hclfand was out of beer, so we cancelled the trip Moving right along, the 4th year had finally arrived A few guys went searching for some part-time jobs. The upperclassmen told us that we would have plenty of spare time in the 4th year. We were getting tired of T.V. and playing cards, so a few' extra bucks in our pockets would help out. Some guys got so involved in their part time jobs, they were learning more on the outside, then on the inside. Others only showed up at test time. We always knew we had a test the day Tony showed up. Then someone had the bright idea of 3 trimester — looking good. no. looking bad - it moved graduation up 3 weeks. The trimester system had a nice ring to it; externships, allied facilities, clinic. The trick was to get them in the right order, just like the shell game. Extern-ships were fine, IF you picked the right hospital, during the right week, with the right partner who had a car and would drive. Every other day. we would receive from Dr Hclfand cancellations in Allied Facilities. Don’t forget those pink slips. He must have spent 100 bucks a week, just on stamps. Externships and allied facilities sounded bet-ter than clinic however, just getting to these places cost us a small fortune, with gas and parking. We spent more in transportation, than we could possibly make in our first year out as a DPM. Honorable mention goes to Dr. La Porta’s Surgery class, when we had 4 tests in a row without a lecture, in a time span of one month. And to Dr. Hymes. who taught us Advanced Furniture To end our 4th year, the students had a visit from Casper, the friendly ghost. Now, we realize why they called it Casper A ghost is supposed to scare you, Believe me. Casper did .1 pretty good job. Imagine a computer matching you with a Residency Program that you wanted, more than they wanted you. Even the odds were against us. 600 people, 200 slots These past four years have gone by like a hell raising wckcnd It went fast It's over. Give us our Diplomas and let us begin Mike Ccntrclla 15(Lftattuu CtC(kit, IWH Thomas received his B. S. in Biology from Lebanon Valley College, Pennsylvania, He was P.P.S.A. bookstore manager from 1974-76, Chairman of the Big Brother Program from 1974-75, 3rd year class Editor for Podoprints from 1974-75 and on the class of 76' football team. Thomas was elected to the Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. 18“ J" CBanciojJt, '■D99U Gregory received his B.S. in Biology from The College of Emporia. Kansas. He participated on the Big Brother Staff. March of Dimes Walkathon from 1974-76. class of ‘76? football team. He also participated in the PH I HEP program and was a member of the Achilles Yearbook Staff. 1976. 19Zmy QXEan 9BM, $$9)1 Larry received his B.S. from Indiana University, Pennsylvania. He was elected to the Stirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society in 1973, Pi-Delta Honor Socicly in 1975 and elected to the Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. Larry also participated on the Podoprints Staff and the Big Brother Committee. 20Q3atfota nie6ntan. Qk tti, 1)90X1 Barbara received her B.A. from Brooklyn College, and her M.S. from New York I niversity She was the Chairperson of the Librar Committee and on the Admissions Committee. 21‘Dawy? SiiyiM Q uTruf, Darryl received his B.A. from Western Maryland College. Maryland. He was elected to the Stirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society in 1973, Pi-Delta Honor Society in 1975 and elected to the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. He was class President in 1973. P.P.S.A. class representative in 1974, Chairman of the Tutoring Committee and a member of the Committee for Academic and Professional Standards. In 1974. he was an A PSA Delegate for the National Convention. 22ORicliacf Count (Pontteffa, Jt.. 09911 Michael attended the University of Delaware. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff, PH I HUP Program and on the Achilles Yearbook Committee. He participated in the March of Dimes Walkathon from 1973-76. Michael was class Secretary 1975-76 and a member of the class of ‘76 football team. A.P.S.A. delegate to National Convention. 23 S«i °?,hy'rN riVorkhl!i B S d"r r - "«•»». l lo served on ihc Public Relations Commiiicc, and the Intcrship-Exicrnship Committee. Me was CTo-C hair-1113 0 of the f reshnian Orientation Comniiitec from 1 974-75. Christopher was an APSA Delegate Niational Convention. He is also a member of the APHA and the American Association ol Diabetic hducators. 2-4Ql'aijiic 6te mcDavU, 3) 911 Sloven received his B A. degree from ihe I niversiu of Florida. I le was a member of the class of 76” football team. I le also was a work-study laboratory assistant in the Clinical Lab. 25QbUfiam. (tliomeuf Dc9xo1 l.,iD9 DTl William attended Temple University. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Freshman Year Orientation Committee. Podoprints Staff and Co-Chairman of the Public Relations Committee. He was Vice-Present of the class from 1975-76. William was elected to the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. 26Steven 0eitcfi, Steven received his B.S. from Adelphi University. Long Island. New York. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1973-74 and a member of the Clinic Committee from 1974-75. 27jafm 9Ccni PoWCy, jl„ 3)9911 John received his B.S. in Zoology from the University of Maine. He was elected to the Stirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Soccily in 1973. He was also selected for the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976 John was Chairman of the Clinic Committee and a member of the Library Committee. Curriculum Committee and participated in the Self-Evaluation Study Committee. 289CotenQ5i«aef SbaUow, 2)9911 0 Karen received her B.S and M.S. in Education Irom Temple University, Philadelphia Pennsylvania. For the past 4 years, she was audio-visual coordinator for the class. She also was a member of the Freshman Orientation Committee and is an Editor for the Achilles Yearbook. 1976. 29Steve ft (Ben tie t, Steven received his ft A from Temple University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Applicant-Orientation Com-mittce and a member of the Podoprints Staff. 30CBtuce cJ oC6aam., 3)991l Bruce received his B.S. from Si. Joseph's College. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was Chairman of the Clinic Committee from 1973-74. He was also a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1973-75 and on the Freshman Year Orientation Committee from 1973-75. 31ScfiaiC 2 faaxtcj Schail received his B A. in Chemistry from Rutgers University, New Jerscy. Uc was a member of the Big Brother Staff, and Freshman Orientation Committee lie also played on the class of 76 football team. 32ClrujeCo 8am iauaatauc, 099U Angelo received his B.S. degree in Biology from ihe University of Southern Colorado. Colorado. He served as Chairman of the Curriculum Committee from 1973-76. and was a member of the Library Committee from 1974-75. For the past 2 years, he has been participating in a research project for the Biochemistry Department. 339Ui£ ffitCW ©otA eig., D£P9R Neil received his B.S. in Biology from York College, City University of New York. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff. He played on the P.C.P.M. Basketball Team from 1972-76. He also was a member of the class of ‘76‘ football team. i cXou att ‘Davit' (£oC Miaiuiiun, (D99Ti Howard received his B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Maryland. He was a member of the Committee on Academic and Professional Standards. Health Fair Committee and a member of the Achilles Yearbook Staff. I le also participated on the class of 76" football team 35QMIficuri Cut fin olU , D9 9Tt William received his B.A. from Dartmouth College. New Hampshire. He was elected to the Stirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society in 1973 and served as Vice-President in the society. He also was a member of the Big Brother Program. Library Committee and was Chairman of the Tutoring Committee. He was also a P.P.S.A. Representative. 36V§aUj Stephen teenhe , W91t Gary received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from Lr-sinus College, Pennsylvania. He was elected P.P.S.A. Vice-President from 1973-74 and was P.P.S.A. class Representative from 1974-76. He was elected to the Pi Della Honor Society. He was also selected to be a member of the Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. 37ClCcm Stuavt (feictd fuj, 09911 Alan received his B.S. degree from York College. New York. He was a member of the PCPM Basketball Team and the class of ‘76’ football team. 38sXoGctt Samuel’ 9CanCou D9911 Robert received his B.S. in Biology from Ursinus College, Collcgcvillc, Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff, and Bookstore Committee. He also participated in the PH I HEP program and was a member of the Achilles Yearbook Staff. J9Ql itfiatu QCcuUj 9 UU, $9911 William attended Norfolk State College, Virginia. He received a degree from the Eckels College of Mortuary, Pennsylvania. William served on the Public Relations Committee, the Big Brother Staff and was a member of the Health Fair Committee. He participated in the PH I HEP Program and was active in the Minority Recruitment Program. William was a member of the Achilles Yearbook Staff in 1976. 400 of’at 9TtlcfWf QCatcfict, ‘1) 911 Robert received his B.S. in Zoology from North Carolina State University. He was elected to the Slirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society in 1973. He was Secretary of the society from l973-74,and President from 1974-75. He also was elected class Secretary from 1972-1974. 41Jx dn OilUn 9toovet, 0901c John received his B.S. degree from ihe University of Florida. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff and partici paled in the March of Dimes Walkathon from 1974-76. He also was a member of the class of 76 football team. 42Edward received his H.A degree in Russian from ihc University of Connecticut and his M.A, degree in Slavic Linguistics from Penn Stale University, Penn sylvania. He was a member of the Foreign Language Commit tee of the A PA. Edward is a member of the American Public Health Association. 9(amy QUclW6 Jcicofa, (DiPQTt Harvey received his B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. He was elected to the Pi-Delta Honor Society and was also President of the society. He was a member of the Health Fair Committee from 1973-74. Tutoring Committee from 1973-74 and a member of the class of ’76’ football team. 449Rocfe (Dcnrtu Jacofa, D99Tt Mack attended the University of South Florida. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff and parti ciated on the class of ‘76’ football team. 5Cnioivm Joco , 9)9911 Marvin received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering and M.S. in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania. He was elected to the Pi-Delta Honor Society, lie is also a member of ETA Kappa Nu, and Tau Beta Pi. Honorary Societies. He was a member of the Curriculum Committee and the P.P.S.A.. Marvin was a Special Lecturer in Pediatric Biophysics at P.C.P.M.. 46OviclW S QRavtin Jay, 0 911 Rick received his B.S. degree from Bethany College. West Virginia. He also did graduate studies in Biochemistry at California State College. He was a member of the Tutoring Committee and was on the Board of Admissions. He also was Editor-in-Chief of Podoprints and Editor-in-Chief Achilles Yearbook. 1976. He was elected to the Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. 47'0uy Oteii OCopCan, (DIPOU Jeffrey received his B.A. in Biology from Rutgers University, New Jersey. He was a member of the Bookstore Committee from 1973-1974 and participated in the Self-Study Project from 1974-75. Jeffrey has been our Resident Magician for the past 4 years. 480 o6cit Ofiity, (D991l Edward received his B.S. in Biology from St. Joseph's CoUege. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Vic was Chairman of the Applicant-Orientation Committee and a member of the Admissions Committee. Vic was elected to the Pi-Della Honor Society, in 1975. 49S tiiMt sXcit . Jeffery received his B.A. from ihc University of Maryland. He was a member of the P.P.S.A. Welcoming Committee. He served on the Clinic Committee. Health Fair Committee and participated in the PHIHEP Program. Jeffery was a member of the class of‘76’ football team. He also was an operating room assistant on the Work Study Program. 50£ec Qfonnett sXHu|moia, D90U Lee received his B.A. in Biology and Spanish from Franklin and Marshall College. Lancaster Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1974-75. He has done research on the verruca virus for the past 4 years, w hich was published by the American Association of Microbiologists. He also presented a paper at the 75th Annual Meeting of Microbiologists in New York, in 1975. 51jeny 9Cujft £cm |oi . 09911 Jerry received his B. S. from Mercer University, Georgia. He was elected to the Stirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society and the Pi-Delta Honor Society. He was also Treasurer of Pi-Delta from 1975-76. He also was a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1973-75. S203 tocc Qian Cevin, 09011 Bruce received his B.S. from Pennsylvania State University. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1973-74 and on the Clinic Committee from 1974-75. He was elected to the Pi-Delta Honor Society in 1975. 53Ovicfmii QCw j jCcvoU, D99R Richard received his A.B. degree from Andover Institute of Business. University of Northern Colorado. He was Chairman of the Social Committee in 1975, a member of the Big Brother Staff and a member of the Student Orientation Committee. 54©tai (Petty OUayuitc, Craig received his A.A. degree from Valencia Community College, Florida. He served on the Social Committee and the Library Committee. 55QCmccnt J. OftauMaccfua, Vinccni received his B.S. degree from St. Francis College, New York. He was a member of ihc Admissions Commilce. Big Brother Staff and the Freshman Orientation committee. He also served on the Committee for Academic and Professional Standards and the Health Pair Committee. Vincent also was a member of the class of 76% football team. Photo editor of yearbook. 56€Wia '•J'wucfiidi C'1lcT'onou (i,i3)‘J 9!t Daria received her A.A. degree from Manor Junior College. She was a member of the Podoprints Staff from 1972- 75. Big Brother Staff and a member of the P.C.P.M. Publicity Committee from 1974-76. She also participated in the Female Recruitment Program from 1974- 76. 57 4% Q3lucc Jon Ottoman, Bruce received his B.A. degree in Zoology from Houghton College, New York. He was a member of the Faculty and Curriculum Evaluation Committee.Altaic 9tto-wW, 0)9911 Marc attended the University of Scranton. Pennvsl-vania. He was a member of the class of ‘76’ football team. 59QMu S. 0Uutp%, Walter received his B.A. degree from Central Methodist College, Fayette, Missouri. Walter was elected “Father of the Year" by the Senior Class. He has also been an X-ray Orderly for 4 years. 60Cvwtcucc CfludWf 0foff, tyfOR Lawrence received his B.S. degree from Long Island University, New York. He was a member of the Freshman Orientation Committee and a member of the class of ‘76’ football team. He was class Vice-President in 1975. He was elected to Pi-Delta Honor Society in 1975. Lawrence was elected to the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities in 1976.(PftiCip (Man estate Lit, Philip received his B.S. degree from Long Island University, New York. He has been class Treasurer for 4 years. He was also a member of the Freshman Orientation Committee. Big Brother Staff and the Clinic Committee. 62OUicfiacf C. (Dtouut , Michael received his B.A. from the University of Bridgeport. He was a member of the Clinic Committee. Michael was a participant in the Work Study Project. 63tf taucuJ lateyk (Ott, ji.f D5 0U Frank received his B.A. in Psychology from Villa nova University, Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1973-75 and a member of the PH I HEP Program from 1974-75. 64 c jYcij Clfait cjW a, D90U Jeffrey received his B.S. in Biology and M.A. in Education from Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jer-sey. He served on the Big Brother Staff and the Internship-Externship Committee. He is also an Art-Editor of the Achilles Yearbook. Jeffrey also was a member of the class of ‘76’ football team. 65C8 iucc CliUn Q.zzkctyi, Bruce received his B.A. degree from Queens College, New York. He was a member of the Internship-Externship Committee and the In-School Preceptorship Committee. Bruce also was a member of the class of ‘76’ football team. 66OluctWC 9 of nt y'iuau. (PSP9U Michael received his B.S. degree from Cornell University, New York He served on the Internship and Preccptorship Committee. 67QQnntfk cJ ma tfodj, (D99K Kenneth received his B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was a member of the Clinic Committee and the Big Brother Program. He also served as Corresponding Secretary of P.P.S.A. from 1974-75. Kenneth served as Chairman of the Health Fair Committee from 1973-75 and was Editor of the Student Handbook. He also was a member of the class of ‘76 football team. 6S u£ 'Pcivi 9u£ia|’ico, 2)9911 Carl received his B.S. degree in Biology from the State College of New York, College of Geneseo. He was elected to the Stirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society and the Pi-Delta Honor Society. He served as class Secretary from 1974-75. Carl also was a member of the class of 76 football team. 699mt Ov OumtavaCfc, Jt., 09011 Paul received his B.S. degree from Moravian College, Pennsylvania. He was Chairman of the Public Relations Committee in 1974 and a member of the class of 76' football team. 70Steven 'Pou faJ Ofavett, D£POTI Steven received his B.A. degree from Bloomsburg State College. Pennsylvania. He was elected a member of the Pi-Delta Honor Society. 7191ta it i a Q3a 1t y 9{osentfaoi, 3)9911 Barry received his B.S. degree from the University of Arizona. He was Co-Chairman of the Health Pair Committee from 1974-75. a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1973-75 and a member of the Applicant Orientation Committee from 1974-75. He was elected to the Pi-Delta Honor Society. Barry created, compiled and edited the Podiatric Handbook of Drugs. 72cXovvai6 SB. Otufrin, $ 9911 Howard attended the University of Maryland. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff. Freshman Orientation Committee from 1973-74 and a member of the Bridge Club. 73Jonathan j. ScaUct, (DtPOIl Jonathan received his B.A. degree from the City University of New York and his M.S. degree from Long Island University, New York. He was class President in 1974 and class Vice-President in 1973. He served as Chairman of the Residency Evaluation Committee. Jonathan was a staff reporter for Podoprints, and was Editor of the APSA Newsletter. Jonathan served as the Student Representative to the APSA Board of Trustees and was a Trustee for the APSA. He was elected to the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. 74[ycioinc Scfioj’ fet, WWX Jerome received his B.S. degree from King's College, Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Podoprints Staff from 1974-76. He worked in the Print Shop on a Work-Study Program from 1973-76. 75Jc w j cPavi Sitwiw, (D(P9Tl Jerry received his B.S. degree from Temple University. Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff from 1974-75 and a member of the Freshman Orientation Committee from 1973-74. 76Gary received his B.S. degree from George Williams College, Illinois. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff, and served on the Curriculum Committee from 1974-76. He participated in the PH I HEP Program and served on the Intership-Externship Genesis Committee. (£ cutj £cc Snivel, 77I 4 9 wa b dealtitt SokoCoJ , Howard attended Temple University, Pennsylvania. He was class President from 1974-76 and class Vice-President from 1972-73. He was a member of the Admissions Committee and served on the Internship-Externship Committee. Howard was a Co-Editor of the 3rd year for Podoprints. Howard served on the P.P.S.A. Executive Council and was an APSA Delegate in 1974-75. Howard was elected to the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in 1976. 78 ic yi 91. Hiumi, 099R George received his B.S. degree from Lincoln University and his M.Ed. from Temple University, Pennsylvania. He served on the Admissions Committee and was a member of the Public Relations Committee. George served on the Podoprints Staff. George was active in the Minority Recruitment Program and a member of the Student National Medical Association. 79fruoik QlQwfif'ci, (D90K Jcrold received his B.S. degree from American University. Washington. D.C. He was a member of the PH I HEP Program. 80Stualt l x Q itPicimci, (D9911 Stuart received his B.S. degree in Zoology from Pennsylvania State University. He was a member of the Big Brother Staff and a member of the Applicant Orientation Committee. He was elected to the Pi-Delta Honor Society. Stuart also was a member of the class of ’76' football team. 81I4$uy a. QlM , DM Jeffrey received his B.A. degree from Hiram College. Ohio. He was Chairman of the Freshman Orientation Committee from 1972-74 and Co-Chairman of the Application Orientation Committee from 1973-74. Jeffrey was also a member of the Residency Genesis Committee from 1973-74. Jeffrey was a member of the P.C.P.M. Basketball Team from 1972-76 and a member of the class of 76' football team. 82I lliitfioui| j. QjWoti y,SP9TC, Anthony received his B.S. degree from Temple University. Pennsylvania. He was a member of the PH I HEP Program. 84Joftn Scott ccPimcm, $99)1 John received his B.A. in Mathematics from Haver-ford College. Pennsylvania. He was elected to the Stiriing-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society. John was a Vice-President of the Pi-Delta Honor Society. 84t (PhilajJcl ic -(Philadelphia. Ha.) Renter (Pht JcIphu. Pa.)Joseph J. Rupp President Class of 'll ASSumes the position James E. Stocker Secretary Ronald Cohen Treasurer Robert Galorcnzo Vice President Lewis M. Stein PPSA Representative 88Warren W. Abbott Cheryl Adelman Best looking girl in the class Michael Adelman Richard E. Adler Steven Arminio Stevan J. Anselmi"If I put up Harold’s shelves Friday night, wax Guido’s cars Saturday morning, cut Stanley’s lawn Sunday, then I’ll have time to lick......" David I. Arlen Roderick J. Bachmann Bruce Bitcovcr Carmen A. Bosco Charles J. Braz91Barry J. Drossner Gary J. Friend Thomas F. Ertlc •Til do ANYTHING for a Fromc N. residency’ FincmanGerard J. Furst David G. Geltzer Robert W. Gibbons William A. Giliotti Leonard H. Goldsmith 9394 David H. Harvey Daniel G. Herbowy Vincent J. Hcthcrington Joseph H. Hylinski Dodc A. Hoskins Jeffrey M. Keating and I never got to use them"Don't laugh. Ross — it won’t be much different next year! Jeffrey D. Korn Charles H. Kram Joseph Kline Steven J. Krongold97 Gregory Mangum M.P.: "Look, I vc got ten questions for the next lecture." B.B.: "Please, let me copy them."Terence F.. Maree Evan F. Meltzer f i A “I wish they didn’t put in that picture of me picking my nose.”Ross .1. Rcga Hi. guys Eric T. Richman Allan I. Rosenthal THE DORSALIS WHAT?Alan Rothstein Todd Rotwein Tyler P. Ruddie Three vears ago, this man had a101 Steven R. Schwartz Another devestating sneak attackThe Boys Richard C. Sevetar Ira D. Shandies Peter C. Shin 102 Richard C. Silverman Simon B. Small Eugene M. Smolens "You mean this wasn't a THREE YEAR PROGRAM?" George C. Trachtenberg Robert J. Valins John H. Walter. Jr. Well, according to Molo ... XU Michael A. Wartcll“Let’s see ... Four more of these PMO’s and 1 can go to San Juan.” David M. Wcllikoff Thomas W. Winters m Theodore G. York Jeffrey M. Witman Victor M. Zelkovitz 104 Bruce B. Zappan Glenn ZemanckCharles Arena Joseph Arbanas Michael Battey Mark Bauman Robert Bell Steve Berkcy 10?Ronald Bcvilacqua Fred Birnbaum Joseph Bramante Ronald Bruce Richard Ciccantelli Bruce Cohen "The notes arc only 35% wrong this week.Phillip Culliton James Dircsta Paul Corbin Henry Eiscnbcrg Raymond Esper Neil Donohue 109Edward Geller Lloyd Gcrbush Harold Glatzer Eric Greenberg Ronald Goldstein Mickey Gordon Cheryl Haag no Marc Grosack Kenneth HambergIra Hauptman Robert Heden Harry Hickc Robert Hochman m Arnold Isaacson James Huish Kenneth Huntress Zevi Isscroff Joseph Jani David Johns So you guys didn't take the Radiology test?Martin Kaufman LeRoy Kelley Alan Klciman Marc Klein Neil Klein Chester Laskoski David Laurancc 113 Stuart KramerDavid Laver Robert McBride Allan Levy Paul Maffci Jay Melman Gary Mellon John Moglia 114 Larry Menackcr David MoinesterA Sham deserves a Shaft.” Edward Murray Joseph Novick James Palermo Kenneth Pau Brian Peffer Gordon Patton 115South Phila. Syndrome - Congenital grape stains. Gary Poster Marvin Polonsky Jay PruzanskySteven Rudman Samuel Schusteck “We have to stop meeting like this." Arden Smith“He’ll get a charge out of this! Marc Spector A John Stainkamp Terrance Stanton Clare Starrett Lewis Stearns Henry Steig 118John Volta Thorns Met Sheldon Wcissmeyer The Streaker Thomas Wheeler David Widom Jonathan Yubas Neal Yudkoff 120Tell me when you feel the blade. Joel Augenblick Edward Ballow Marc Barbash Louis Bell 122 Thomas Bauder David BernsteinHarvey Bernstein Judy Cappello James Chrzan Cathy Birdsall Edward Carver Larry Cohen Yoon Chang Chen l LS « Nancy Corcoran 123Robert Czincila Linda DeLuca Kirk Davis Judy Diemer Beth Doherty Nancy Dean James Dill 124 Dennis DiMatteo Arthur DonleyDouglas Dreschcr Raymond Dubois Ron Edclman Charles Fenton Dave Figowy Alan Engle Randy Fish 125 Robert Fine David FisherMarshal Freeman Donald Glazer Thomas Flick Stanley Grode Chris Guerrieri Michael Goldberg Larry Haskett Leslie Hess Craig Holman 126Alfred Iczzi Steven Jacobs Brent Jarrell Mitchell Kahn Howard Kane Robert Kaplan h Michael Kotkin Steven Kravitz Lynda Kreitzer 127Sheldon Laps N Hariett Levinson Joseph Licata Gary Lieberman v Dorothy McCarthy Irwin Malament Robert Mandresh Judy Manzi 128Edward Novak Michael Mazzocheiti Carol Mortality Thomas Nystrom f t- Richard Oiler 129Stephen Pittman Gary Prant Howard Palamarchuk Samuel Quartcy Arnold Ravick David Reicher Richard Richter John Ridenour 1307 John Roi Frcdric Roller Stuart Roscnbloom Gary Roth Catherine Sawyna Mark Ross John Schilcro Steven Schutzbank Mark Schwartz 131Charles Scott Thomas Smith Martin Snyder 132 Edward SmithStuart Steinberg I Larry Suecof Mark Twardzik Joseph Urricchio Frank Wilderman, Jr. 133 Jeffrey Watson James A. Williamson. Jr.Michael Wilson Anthony Vuolo, Jr. Marlene Zweier 1343HIPRESIDENT JAMES E. BATES 136AZjC ZHS PK8SJDSMZS MSM Theodore A. Kngel. DP.M Vice President For Educational Resources Charles W. Giblev, Jr., Ph.D. Vice President For Academic l lairs Laurence C. Sartor, Ph.D Vice President For Student Affairs Noble J. Rauer Vice President For Fiscal Affairs Keith F. I iarris Vice President For Developmentsziwswz AJ3AJRS Guido W. DiMartino, Jr. Bursar LeGrand New man Director of Recruitment Helene Fuhrmeister RegistrarM IW ill Uu'iiibln MsocLilf Pml i 1 Phi imk' jean Turnquist. Ph.P w. f i»l nl Amt Prof ol Aiutom .1 Carl Abramson, PhD Professor ml Cluimun «l MitwMp Director nl lb n Sdnun Harriet Hill, B,S. Instructor ol Ihsiolog)PA ZMOCOQV Arthur S. Pathehefsky, M.D. Instructor in Pathology Sidney II. Arden, M.D. Professor of Pathology Norton M. Levin, D O. Instructor in PathologyeamAC MKSeZOK AJW KOS ZQSmCOQV Leon E. Kehr, D.P.M. Associate Professor of Podiatrs Louis P. Zulli, D.P.M. Professor of Podiatn James E. Rockett, D.P.M. Director of Division of Clinical SciencesMemem Norman J. Skversky, M l) Professor of Medicine Roger B. Daniels, M l), Associate Professor of Medicine Stanley N. Cohen, M.D. Associate Prnfrsor of Medicine Edward D iner. M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine 142D8HMA ZOCOQV AW miKOMQV Marvin Mordes. M.D. Instructor in Medicine Joseph A. Witkowski, M.D Associate Professor of Medicine M.H. Samitz. M.D. Professor of Medicine 143onzMOPAsmes "'VEAIRV David Berman, D.P.M. Instructor, Clinical Education David LeBovith, D.P.M. Associate Professor of Podiatrs James V. Ganley, D.P.M. Professor of Podiatric Orthopedics Harold D. Schoenhaus, D.P.M. Chairman and Assistant Professor Thomas M. McCuigan. D.P.M. Instructor in Clinical Education Gary Gordon, D.P.M Instructor in Clinical Education Stanley Karpo, D.P.M. Instructor in Podiatric Orthopedics Martin M. Pressman. D.P.M lastructor in Clinical Education 145 Alan K. Whitney. D.P.M. Professor in Podiatrysukqskv Louis M. Newman, D.P.M. Professor f Podlatrie Surgery Guido A. La Porta, D.P.M., VI S. Chuirman, Dept of Podia trie Surgery Florence C. Cor merlon, R.V Assistant Professor of Podia trie SurgeryAllen M. Jacobs, D.PAI Instructor in Podiatric Surgery Green, D.P.M Assoc. Professor of Porliatri Surgery Lawrence Levine, I) lJ VI Instructor in Podia trie Surgery PODU ZKJ6 MSDjem Anthony S. Kidawa, D.P.M. Chairman ami Assistant Professor of Podiatric Medicine Thomas G. Maglietta, D.P.M. Instructor in Podiatric Medicine Lee N. Orowitz, D.P .M. Instructor in Podiatric Medicine Richard Kwasnik, D.P.M Instructor in Podiatric Medicine i yi- mElaine Carville, D.P.M. Instructor of Pndtatric Medicine William A. Croce, D.P..VI. Instructor of Podlutrlc Medicine James E. McNernev, Jr.. D.P.M Assistant Professor of Podwtru Medicinr Laurence T. Costanzo. D.P.M. Instructor of Podiatric MedicineeoMMUfflzy MSMZM Arthur E. Helfand, D.P.M. Chairman and Professor of Community Health Leonard Hymes, D.P.M. Professor of Professional Administration ISOSTAFF 76Podiaw$ congj tA Best wishes to the Class of nineteen-hundred Shd sever P Alumni associaticW T SS J ' .Pennsylvania College of Podiatric MedicineMany times I’ve stood here These isles I’ve trod upon Many thoughts ran through my mind But today there’s only one: The Music will play and I will March I’ll hold my head up high A smile will be upon my face Yet a tear will fill my eye I’ll Miss the Joy and Merriment That echoed through the walls; And yet somehow 1 seem to Know That all will not be last I’ll know that I can pay the price No matter what the cost Sometimes I’ve stumbled on the way I’ve not a perfect Past But if a knowledge race were run I know I’d not be last With knowledge in my left hand. And guidance in my right. With understanding in my heart I’ll climb with all my might And should I ever reach the top This much shall still be true I’ll save a place deep in my heart Dedicated to you................... Editor R.M. Jay special thanks to K. Edclson, J. Scarlet. M. Centrella, B. Harris, and H. Sokoloff 156ti r HMrri I I ■I •A i f rW A v Y V V K-m .-I f t i mm Jv, t( ;y i1 t' ffifc t) te- • ;V- T


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