UCSF Medical Center - Medi Cal Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

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MQ 57 ff, 61 if Q1 if If 4 1" 5? I 4 '. i. if R L K It rw l P I I I I I EX ILIIBRIIS I mm "I ul 5-gn. IEIIVIIIIHU i-Wii EIIIIIIHIU .Jil Blllllliin 1 T! AN UNUSUAL VIEW OF' TI-IE BERKELEY CAMPUS TAKEN BY DR. SCHUBERT FROM THE ROOF OF TI-IE U. C. HOSPITAL IN SAN FRANCISCO ,LIL ,. In 'i 4IU HIIU l I HI EIIIIHI PUBLISHED BY ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MEDICAL CENTER A ITOR CI-II STANLEY LAWRENCE BUSINESS MANAGTER CIRCULATION MANSAGER PHARMACY EDITOR RU NAG AL DI K E I CAL DITO RO R GL ING EDI ELOISEPAY QQ ,be , X. HERE is but one man in the Uni- versity of California to Whom the 1940 MEDICAL CENTER could be dedicated: one man to whom the Welding toqether oi the University into a single educational and cultural entity means the realization of a lonq cherished ambition. The ASSOCIATED STUDENTS CE TI-IE MEDICAL CEN- TER respectfully dedicate this volume to President Robert Gordon Sproul Whose inspiration has provided us with the impetus to make this Work possilole. OT so many years ago a united cam- pus at the Medical Center was just an idea, something of which the more enlightened and progressive minds merely dreamed. These castles in the air are Worthless if lasting, substantial foundations are not laid to support them. The year 1940 institutes a new era in the history of the Medical Center. In it the first spadefuls of earth marking the beginnings of these substructures have been turned. By the publication of this book We, THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE MEDICAL CENTER, have made a definite forward step toward a mutually beneficial understanding. lf we succeed only in the unification of the students of the component schools, We feel that the l94O MEDICAL CENTER has been completely successful. BOOK ONE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY O B Q Q K 'I' W 0 COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY . BOOK TI-IBEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 0 BOOK EOUB SCHOOL OF NURSING 'f E Z -1 -' . . K 31. tr ' Dr. Willard C. Fleming was born on October 11, 1899 in Sausalito. In 1918 he graduated from Alameda 1-ligh School and entered the University of California College of Commerce, but transferred almost immediately to the Col- lege of Dentistry. 1-le was active in student affairs and served as student body president. As an undergraduate he developed a strong interest in research and worked with the California Stoma- tological Research Group. After graduation in 1923 he divided his time between private practice in Oakland and teaching at the College. I-le did not give up his interest in research and continued investigations and study in the field of paradentics. ln 1935 Dr. Fleming was appointed Assistant Dean of the College of Dentistry and in 1939 became Dean of the College. Dr. Fleming confesses to being an amateur photographer and has put his hobby to good account in the field of dentistry. 1-le is interested in sports and admits trying them all. He says that with the single exception of golf his performance has been bad. "1n golf," he adds, "1 am really. terrible." Dean Fleming is a member of the American Dental Association, American College of Dentists, Epsilon Alpha, Psi Omega and the Masonic Order. 234. .Za Pcwzim . Dr. Langley Porter has been Dean and Professor of Med- icine in the University of California Medical School from 1927 to 1940, except during the tenure of office of Dean Williams McKim Marriott, Iuly 1 to November ll, 1936. When Dr, Marriott passed away, after a short illness, Dean Porter returned to the deanship. I-le is on sabbatical leave of absence this semester and he will retire on Iune 30, 1940. The medical students have the greatest affection and admiration for Dean Porter because of his kindly sympa- thetic manner, his unfailing interest in their problems and his desire to help them in every way possible. Dr. Porter, a graduate of Cooper Medical College fnow Stanford University School of Medicineb in 1896, was in practice in San Francisco for many years prior to his ap- pointment as Dean. His practice was limited to pediatrics and he has a national reputation in that field as well as in the fields of musical education and administration. He has always been interested in medical history and bibliography, and his publications include several in that subject as well as in pediatrics. He is a member of various medical so- cieties, including the San Francisco County Medical Society, the California Medical Association, the California Academy of Medicine, the American Medical Association, the Amer- ican Pediatric Society, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. QM! 74. SOZMMZZ. Dean Carl L. A. Schmidt assumed his duties as Dean of the College of Pharmacy in l937, succeeding the late H. B. Carey. Previous to that time he held the position he still occupies as Head of the Department of Biochemistry. Dr. Schmidt secured his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Uni- versity and since that time has devoted his life to the advancement of science, always being among the first to take progressive steps in Education. Since coming to the College of Pharmacy, Dean Schmidt has instituted a completely new curriculum, designed to promote the advancement of pharmacy by giving a com- plete professional training and a background for work in related fields. Under Dr. Schmidt's direction the principal laboratories in the College have been remodeled and re- fitted with modern equipment. A manufacturing laboratory has been installed to serve the Hospital Pharmacy as well as to offer a new opportunity to the students. Several prominent faculty members have come to the College within the last few years, and in accordance with the promotion of research. Each of these men have been given new, individual research laboratories. A graduate division has also been inaugurated, giving students opportunity to study for advanced degrees in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Students of Pharmacy owe a debt of gratitude to Dean Schmidt for his untiring work in the interest of the College, and in Pharmacy as a whole. ,,, . mt. N ,,,,,, ,r , . , ,,,,,,,, y Wmqmd Tracy. Miss Margaret Tracy, who has been director of nurses at the University ot California Hospital for the past six years, has done a great deal to help the training school, and now it stands high on the list of recommended training schools in the United States. Through her efforts, Social Science courses and Public Health Nursing courses and ex- perience have been added to the train' ing schedule. Miss Tracy started her nursing career at the University of Cincinnati, where she obtained her B.A. degree. After graduation from the Army School of Nursing in Washington, D. C., she did graduate work at' Yale University and there obtained her M.S. degree. Among the positions that she has held are as follows: Staff nurse and supervisor at Henry Street Visiting Nurses Service, New York City tthree yearsl: instructor and superintendent of nurses, Glen Falls Hospital School of Nursing, New York: instructor and assistant professor of nursing administration, Yale University School of Nursing feight yearsl: super- visor and assistant superintendent of nurses, New Haven Hospital School of Nursing tConnecticut7. The textbook for nurses which Miss Tracy published last year, "Nursing- An Art and a Science," has already be- come nationally known and used. l t ,l Dr. Karl F. Meyer was born in Basel, Switzerland, and received his doctorate from the University of Zurich. He be- came associated with the University of California in 1913 and has been chair- man of the Department of Bacteriology and Director of the Hooper Foundation since 1924. He is known for his work in undulant fever, hotulism, psittacosis and sylvatic plague, and as Director of the Research Laboratories of the National Canners Association, has been re- sponsible tor the institution of safe methods of process and control of com- mercially canned foods. He has for many years been greatly interested in the importance of animals as reservoirs for human diseases. Dr. Hermann Becks was graduated in dentistry and medicine in Rostock, Ger- many. l-le received special education in general pathology and histopathology under Dr. L. Aschoff and in biochem- istry under Dr. L. Spiro. In 1928 he received appointment to the University of California, College of Dentistry, and the Hooper Foundation for Medical Research in San Francisco, and since i934 has held the position of Chairman of the Division of Dental Medicine at the College of Dentistry. His main field of research deals with investigations of pathologic bone forma- tion of jaws and skulls and their roent- genographic aspect, and the relationship of lactobacillus acidophilus to dental caries. i, U., Wm -gi Chauncey D. Leake. Ph.D., came to the University of California Medical School in the fall of 1927 as Professor of Pharmacology. ln 1936 he was made Librarian oi the Medical Center Library. Dr. Leake has been interested in devel- oping an interest in the history of sci- ence in the University and has lately been placed in charge of a voluntary course on human relations on the Berke- ley Campus. Under Dr. Leake's direc- tion, the Pharmacology Laboratory has trained a large number of young men who have taken responsible positions in this country and abroad. His chief fields of interest have been in anesthesia, chemotherapy, and industrial toxicology. W! , xxxx 'B X X Q lt l I X W ' t' 'stilgll?i'i'i,ex2??g'fgg inch 7 ' P 'I 3' 'V A 1 ' ' lm 4 1 l . Y 'V lt ' r A t l x x. 'J L, , N.. Q Wm. I. Kerr. M.D., a graduate of the Harvard University Medical School, be- came affiliated with the University of California Medical School in 1918, where he now holds the position of Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of Medicine, and Physician-in-Chief of the University of California Hospital. He is well known for his work in internal medicine, particularly in cardiovascular diseases. Among his contributions to medical literature are articles on the thyroid gland, liver function, the come mon cold, and various phases of heart disease, Of particular clinical interest are his advances in the studies of the hyperventilation syndrome and the treat- ment of angina pectoris. Recently Doctor Kerr has perfected an instrument called the "Syml3allophone," a modified steth- oscope for the lateralization and com- parison of sounds, which is a practical value in most clinical conditions Where the acoustic properties of sounds are compared. g t 5 1 L :fist Q, T. C. Daniels. Ph.D.. Assistant Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Profes- sor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, was graduated from the University of Michi- gan with the degree of Bachelor of Sci- ence and from Indiana University with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Dr. Daniels first became a member of the faculty of the College of Pharmacy in 1929, and has made contributions in the field of pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacy education. He is at present working on sulfanilamide type com- pounds. He has done much to bring about closer cooperation between medi- cine, dentistry and pharmacy. 2- ,IL Dr. Theodore L. Althausen began his medical career at the University of Petrograd Medical School. After three years of service with the Russian and French Navies he came to the United States. In 1922, he received his A.B. degree from the University of California as a member of Phi Beta Kappa: his M.A. in l925 as a Phi Sigma, and his M.D. degree in 1926 with the honor of mem- bership in Alpha Omega Alpha. At present he holds the position of Asso- ciate Professor of Medicine. His work has covered a large and varied field with particular emphasis upon studies of the liver and its func- tion. He has made numerous contribu- tions to scientific literature, with articles accepted in French and German as well as in English publications. His latest works, however, have been concerned with the thyroid gland, and special rec- ognition has been given to his work on the relation between hyperthyroidism and diabetes. 3' uf'-tr f tg? , it ,er Howard C. Naffziger, B.S.. M.S.. M.D. Since 1929, Doctor Natiziger has been Professor of Surgery, Chairman of the Department of Surgery and Surgeon-in Chief to the University of California Hos- pital. Additional appointments are, Con- sulting Surgeon to the San Francisco Hospital, Letterman General Hospital and United States Veterans' Facility. Doctor Naifziger's especial interests lie in two fields: Neurological Surgery and Medical Education. Among his numerous contributions to Neurological Surgery are, the development of knowledge of the anatomy of the ventricular and sub- arachnoid systems ot the brain in man, recognition of the diagnostic value of the pineal shift in intracranial disorders, the diagnosis of the scalenus anticus syndrome, studies on malignant exoph- thalmos and the development of oper- ative relief for this condition, as Well as the introduction ot various new technical methods. Doctor Naffziger's efforts for the improvement of medical education, and particularly for the provision of op- portunities for the adequate training of surgeons, have received national recog- nition. gint-0. Charles L. Conner, M.D., Professor and Head of the Division of Pathology in the Medical School and Pathologist to the University Hospital since 1928. After graduating from Baylor, M.D., 1920, he received a National Research Council Fellowship and was appointed Research Fellow in Pathology at Harvard Medical School, and later Faculty Instructor. Dur- ing an interval year he was Associate in Pathology at McGill and Director of Laboratories at the Montreal General Hospital. Since graduation has been a pathologist, teacher and investigator, His research has had to do with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever: the nature of natural and pathologic pigments in the body: malignant tumors, particularly bone tumors: miscellaneous problems in pathology and physiology: and more recently with cirrhosis of the liver, Has been for several years Pacific Coast representative ot the Medical Fellowship Board of the National Research Council, and is Chairman of the Research Com- mittee of the Medical School and ot the Cancer Committee. Dr. Iohn Albert Marshall is probably the only faculty member of the College of Dentistry who could discuss either dynamite or dentistry with equal facility. He holds four degrees from the Univer- sity of California, and in addition he has studied chemistry at the University of Berlin and also at Charlottenburg. He started his career as a chemist with E. l. DuPont de Nemours, specializ- ing in explosives. Since 1929, Dr. Marshall has been Professor of 'Biochemistry and Dental Pathology at the College of Dentistry, His studies of the diseases of the teeth have made him internationally famous. His textbook on the diseases of the teeth, which is used by the Iunior and Senior students in their study of Dental Pathology, he has facetiously re- ferred to as "the gospel, according to St. lohn". His latest work, summarizing and bringing up to date the literature concerning dental caries, published in the Psysiological Review for Iuly, 1939, has gained new distinction for him. l 1 Iames F. Rinehart, M.D.. is a graduate of the University of California Medical School in 1927, and now holds the posi- tion of Associate Professor of Pathology and Medicine in the Medical School and Visiting Pathologist at the University Hospital. Except for a short period, l93U- l93l, when he was a Littauer Research Fellow, Harvard Cancer Commission, at the Thorndike Memorial Laboratory in Boston, Massachusetts, he has been af- filiated with the Medical Shcool as pathologist, teacher and research inves- tigator. His research has had to do with leukemias, lymphosarcomas and allied conditions: and during the past few years with rheumatic fever and rheuma- toid arthritis. He is well known for his work with vitamin C and its effect in certain rheumatic diseases. Doctor Ernest Linwood Walker: Pro- fessor of Tropical Medicine in the Hooper Foundation since 1914, received his degrees from Harvard University. Scientific investigations were conducted by him at Harvard, in the Philippines and in South America. Among his Con- tributions to science have been studies in amoebic dysentery, malarial trans- mission, chemotherapy of bacterial in- fections, etiology and endemiology of leprosy, chemotherapeutics of chaul- moogra oil, and he is now investigating the field of malignant neoplasms, wt it .. A Carl L. A. Schmidt. Ph.D., Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Chairman of the Division of Biochemistry, is a grad- uate of the University of California and has served on its faculty since l915. Dr. Schmidt is well recognized for his studies in the amino acids, proteins, bile function and the fat soluble vitamins. He is a member of the Board of Editors of the "Annual Review of Biochemistry," and Editor of a comprehensive treatise on "The Chemistry of the Amino Acids and Proteins." X. S g '7-,I A . -.A.TiL .f1i'- 2 E- V1 I I l , bskgggz + ng ...se T. :Wifi mai -1 'T if 'Li- 4 T -ffm THE CALIFORNIA CLUB The San Francisco Chapter of the California Club was organized during the fall semester of 1939, chartered by President Sproul, and dedicated to the creation of the spirit of unity and mutual helpfulness among the Seven Campuses of the University. It is composed of three members from each of the four schools at the Medical Center and Hastings College of Lawy fifteen representatives in all. A successful dance sponsored by the Cali- fornia Club was held in the fall semester at the Fairmont Hotel, and was attended by stu- dents from all of the San Francisco Campuses. The activities of the Club have done much to erase long-standing misconceptions which have existed between the various Schools. The most ambitious project to emerge from the organization is the 1940 MEDICAL CEN- TER. The California Club hopes that this volume accomplishes its purpose and sets a precedent for the succeeding classes to follow. 1 I V 9 ., Q, A .I WXUA, Q. -yi 1. II'-, ' 9- JL: 1-rl: '. I 'lax fa V Tint .' 'I tiff 'tt 'LYMHV W ' ' " - - A ' -- Y. ' i.:'- YY .gan ,. . STANLEY LAWRENCE Editor-in'Cl1ief O 0 0 For many years the question of unifying the four centers of professional learning here at the Medical Center has presented a problem of the greatest magnitude. Actually, there is no valid reason for the existence of such strict lines of demarcation in a campus dedicated entirely to the benefit of mankind. With the problem of unification before them, the Staff of the 1940 MEDICAL CENTER, spurred on- ward by the support of the California Club, has succeeded in giving to the students a record of their college life. lt was felt that an enthusiastically supported yearbook would do more to produce a sincere spirit of unity and understanding between the four schools and colleges than any other form fcfzicwml Siafff lOl-IN GRIFFITH Business Manager liillElDDllCCAlL, of extra-curricular activity. The 1940 MEDICAL CENTER, by representing the four schools equally, has become a responsibility to which each has contributed more than its full measure of support. The finding of sufficient available time for the solicitation of advertising space and the collection of material for the book has presented a rather dif- ficult situation for the Staff to overcome. Many im- provements could probably have been made in the layout or contents of the publication, but under the circumstances the Staff feels proud of the re- sults of its work. The response to the plea for sup- port has been nothing short of amazing, and it is hoped that the confidence and good wishes given to the project during the past year have been justified. Left to right: E. Payne, R. Grinager, R1 Ziegler, P. Tylman, I. Renwick. A l t M WILLIAM GRIFFITI-I Photography ENTER There can be no doubt but that the Staff owes a great debt to Dr. Fritz Schubert, of the College of Dentistry, for the invaluable assistance he rendered at a time when the success or failure of the 1940 MEDICAL CENTER hung in the balance. Its in- debtedness to him is something that cannot be overlooked in any way, and it is hoped that the success of this volume will give him the same feeling of satisfaction it has given those who have worked to publish it. Acknowledgement is due Mrs. Catherine Brown, of the College of Pharmacy, for the aid she has so unselfishly given. Dr. George Steninger, of the College of Den- tistry, who has guided us financially, must also be presented with our thanks for his efforts in our behalf. SW lUNE EMERSON Circulation Manager 0 O Mr. Richard Benson, of the Photo-Art Engraving Co., who has provided the design and layout for the book, and who has gone out of his way to help the Staff on innumerable occasions, receives our thanks for all he has done. Mr. A. K. Anderson, of the Osborne Printing Co., should be complimented for the excellent work he has done, and has our heartiest thanks. It is the sincere hope of the graduating members of the Staff of the l94O MEDICAL CENTER that a precedent has been established which will be car- ried on by succeeding classes. If a step toward the unification of the Medical Center Campus has been accomplished, they feel that in one way they have achieved something of lasting benefit, not only to themselves, but to the University of Cali fornia as a whole. sw 'rt Ill' Left to rightvTop Row: M. Peterson, B. Dienstein, F. Lones. Bottom Row: E. Brady, B. I-lammerstedt, M. Spetz. ALBERT S. ADELSBACH Visalia, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta IOSEPH ANDERSON Fairfield, Calif. College of Pharmacy C. EDMOND ALBERTON San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Internship: S. F. County Hospital IUANITA R. ANDREWS Sacramento, Calif. School of Nursing Ph.G. B,S, Phi Delta Chi MARGARET E. ANTZ GEORGE K. ARASE San Francisco, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. Fresno, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Iapanese Student Club Sigma Kappa Theta HAROLD ANDERSON San lose, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Kappa Psi Class Vice-Pres. 4 DORIS HELEN ANSPACH Glendale, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. Occidental College B.A. IOSEPH I. ARONS Berkeley, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: Mt. Zion Hos- pital X9-410 J,-f HAN S AUERBACI-I Berkeley, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. IOSEPH IOHN BASSO Santa Rosa, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Hainan Island, So. Chirac School of Nursing B.S. RUSSELL AUGSBERGER CHARLOTTE C. BAER San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi Epsilon Alpha Pres. Epsilon Alpha 4 MORTON BELZER Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. ELIZABETH BERCOVITZ CARROLL H. BERRYMAN Grass Valley, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi Epsilon Alpha Student Body Sec.-Treas. Class Vice-Pres. 3, 4 Switzerland Medical School M.D. Alpha Epsilon Iota Externship: U. C. Hospital LESLIE L. BENNETT San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., Ph.D., M.D. Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Scholarships: George Frederick Reinhardt Memorial l938-1939: Frank I-I. and Mar- ion S. Iohnson, l939- 1940. Internship: U. C. Hospital ELSA F. BICKEL San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Alpha Epsilon Iota Internship: U. C. Hospital Q ENGENE T. BRADY MARGUERITE BRANSON San Francisco, Calif. Carson City, Nev. College of Pharmacy School of Nursing B.S. B.S. Kappa Psi Student Council 3 MERTON H. BRESLAUER BETHLEA C. BUCKNER San Francisco, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. CAESAR RALPH CANDIA V Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Pomona, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. Librarian 4, 5 Executive Council 4, 5 ERNE D. CARLSTROM Kingsburg, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Kappa Psi IOSEPH L. CADRANEL Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: L. A. County Hospital DOUGLAS CARPENTER San Luis Obispo, Calif College of Pharmacy B.S. California Club 4 WALTER F. CARPENTER LEONARD KWOH CHAN ABRAHAM CI-IARTOCK Berkeley, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Nu Sigma Nu Internship: U. C. Hospital EDWARD A. CHILGREN Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Kappa Psi Sigma Kappa Theta Student Body Tre-as. 4 ROBERT W. CLIFFORD Los Altos, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Sigma Kappa Theta San Francisco, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. SILAS CI-IINN San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. JOSEPH C. COLABELLA Santa Rosa, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Phi Delta Chi San Bruno, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship: San Bruno Community House Internship: Letterman Hospital ESTHER CHOW San lose, Calif. B.S. Nursing PAULINE CALDWELL B.S. Nursing MARY CRANE Berkeley, Calif. B.S. Nursing S CHARLES A. DODGE Oakland, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta Epsilon Alpha WILLIAM KEITH EVANS Santa Rosa, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta IUL1AN s. DAVIS N. DEMAxoPoULos San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: S. F. County Hospital OLIVER B. EISAN College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Phi Delta Chi MILTON S. FENMORE San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Internship: S. F. County Hospital Stockton, Calif. Medical School AB., M.D. Nu Sigma Nu Internship: S. F. County Hospital CARL H. ELLERTSON, IR. Palo Alto, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta HOWARD DAVID PIPER Portland, Ore. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Phi Delta Chi Class Pres. 1, 2 Student Council 3 X940 Ph.G. ALICE FLYNN Pasadena, Calif. RICHARD UNG FOO Stockton, Calif. College of Pharmacy VIVIAN IEANNE I-'IGONE LOIS IANE FISCHL San Francisco, Calif. Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy College oi Pharmacy Ph.G. Ph.G. Lambda Kappa Sigma Lambda Kappa Sigma CHESTER FONG Oakland, Calif. B.S. College of Dentistry Nursing D.D.S. Vice'Pres. Senior Class, '40 ELOISE FOOTE B.S. Nursing IANE FONG Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Sigma Kappa Theta Class Sec. 3 BERNARD FREEDMAN Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: L. A. Cou Hospital nty Teach. Asst. Anat. 36-37 Q of HARLEY S. FREMMING HOWARD W. FRIEDMAN College of Dentistry San Francisco, Calif. D.D.S. College of Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta D.D.S. Epsilon Alpha Alpha Omega ULRICI-I A. FRITSCH San Bruno, Calif. Medical School Nu Sigma N u Intern. U. C. Hospital LEE D. FULTON San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., MA., M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappa t Intern. U. C. Hospital LLOYD FRED FRITZELL San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta ROBERT W. GODWIN Long Beach, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Nu Sigma Nu Phi Beta Kappa Intern. S. F. Co. Hospital CONSTANCE FRY B.S. Nursing Librarian, '38 GILBERT S. GORDAN. San Francisco, Calif. A.B., M.D. Internship: U. C. Hospital Ir MILTON GORDON RUDOLPH GOTHENQUIST San Francisco, Calif. Berkeley, Calif. Medical School College of Dentistry A.B., M.D. D.D.S. Phi Delta Epsilon Intern. Mt. Zion Hospital EDWARD GRANT San Francisco, Calif. College oi Pharmacy Ph.G. ELMO MILLER GRIMMER Irvington, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi IUNE G. GREENBERG San Francisco, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. MARION HALEMEIER San Francisco, Calif. School of N ursing, B.S. HERBERT GREENHOOD Oakland, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Intern. U. C. Hospital DANA ALLAN HAMLIN Bakersfield, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi BERNARD HAMMARSTEDT WAYNE S. HANSON GEORGE HAHA San Francisco, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Kappa Psi Regent Kappa Psi 4 Student Council 4 Medical Center Staff 4 PATRICIA HARBINSON Sacramento, Calif. B.S. N urs ing LEWIS CALVIN HARRIS Peirson, Iowa College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Phi Delta Chi Chico, Calif. A.B., M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship: S. F. County Hospital RICHARD HARRINGTON Orland, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Sigma Kappa Theta Kappa Psi HARRY L. HARRISON. Ir. IAMES H. HECHTMAN Oakland, Calif. A.B., M.D. Nu Sigma Nu Internship: S. F. County Hospital Sacramento, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Pres. lap. Student Club 4 ALVIN I. HARRIS San Francisco, Calif. A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: Mt. Zion Hos- pital Oakland, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi Epsilon Alpha 7940 LUCIELLE W. HEDLUN D Malin, Ore. School of Nursing B.S. LAURENCE T. HAUBERT San Francisco, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. WILLIAM LEE HOLTZMAN Sacramento, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph,G. IEANNE HENSLER Long Beach, Calif. B.S. Nursing IAMES I. HIGUCHI San lose, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Intern. S. F. Co. Hospital DORIS HUGHES Sacramento, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. BARBARA I. HERBERT Oakland, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. IRENE M. HILLMAN Sacramento, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. MASAAKI ITO Ryde, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. ' Japanese Student Club 0 VALERIE ICHNSON Pasadena, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. MAY KAI Santa Rosa, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. V IANIS LOUISE KENNEY Piedmont, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. Alpha Tau Delta ALICE ELIZABETH IONES GLADYS IOHGENSON Bakersfield, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. HIROSHI G. KAWAHARA San Francisco, Calif A.B., M.D. Internship: S. F. Co. Hospital IULES M. KEY San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: Mt. Zion Hospital Ripon, Calif. B.S. Nursing M ARY KAZANIIAN Sacramento, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. IIRO KIMURA Berkeley, Calif. A.B., M.D. KAZUO KIMURA LEONARD N. KOHN Sacramento, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. lapanese Student Club KERSAM K. KROUZIAN San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Psi Omega Mount Shasta, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Class Sec.-Treas. 4 MARY WILCOX KUHL Berkeley, Calif. B.S. Nursing Student Body Secretary, Senior Class President, ' Exec. Council, '39-'40 HOWARD MILSTER LANG C. STANLEY LAWRENCE Fullerton, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi Epsilon Alpha Class President 2, 3 Student Body Pres. 4 Ed. in Chief, Med. Center California Club A.D.S. Scholarship '39-'40 CARL C. KRATZENSTEIN Santa Cruz, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Stud. Body Yell Leader 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 ELSE LANDAUER Berkeley, Calif. School of Nursing B S LEROY GEORGE LEAL Tracy, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta HARRY LEVITT STANLEY CLIFTON LEE Hollywood, Calif. San Rafael, Calif. Medical School College of Pharmacy A.B., M.D. B.S. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: L. A. County Hospital EARL A. LEWIS KWONG LIM Merced, Calif. - San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry Medical School l:l.S.. D.D.S. A.B., M.D. A1PhUOT1'1eQCi Internship: S. F. County Hospital EDELE P. LEWARTON Whittier, Calif. College of Nursing B.S. FRANK ELWIN LONES Paso Robles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Chi Class Pres. 2, 3, 4 Intern. S. F. Co. Hospital CIEKHTEES Le T-ONGINOTTI Jognigiuln. MSCDONALD moon s. MARGOLIASH an 059, qlif, t. e ena, alif. - - College of Pharmacy College of Pharmacy gZli5gZrg?EZzti?g5' B.S. B.S. D D S Kappa Psi Chairman S. F. Cal Club I l ' I Ath. Man. Class 4 President Student Body 4 Kappa Psi 794 ANN ELIZABETH MARTIN VIRGINIA C. MARVIN Monterey, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. Alpha Tau Delta BARBARA MCADOO San Francisco, Calif. B.S. Nursing EARL MCPHAILL Visalia, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta B.S. Oxnard, Calif. College of Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma Pres. Lambda Kappa Sigma 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 IUNE McCARTIN San Francisco, Calif. B.S. Nursing ALLAN R. MENDELSON San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Intern. S. F. Co. Hospital MAXWELL I. MCGWINN Truckee, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Kappa Psi I OHN DOYLE MILLER Glendale, Ariz. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Psi Omega Qc Ps MARY T. MIYAMOTO LOIS ELEANE MOQUIN HERBERT T. MOORE Clovis, Calif. School of Nursing Oakland, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. B.S. Alpha Tau Delta Pres. Class l MORTON S. NAI-IMAN YOSHIRO I. NAKAHARA San Francisco, Calif. A.B., M.D. Sec.-Treas. Class 3, 4 Internship: Mt. Zion Hos- pital ARNE GABRIEL NIELSEN Berkeley, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi Salinas, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Iapanese Student Club FRANK EDWIN NETTELL Grass Valley, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Kappa Psi Pres. Class 4 San Francisco, Calif. B.S., D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta LUTHER NEWHALL, Ir Berlceley, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.A., M.D. Phi Chi Internship: S. F. County Hospital IOSEPH H. OGURA San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Internship: S. P. Co. Hospital GORDON DAVID OLSON FRANK TSUYOSHI ONO LIONEL OVSEY Hughson, Calif. College of Pharmacy San Diego, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. B.S. lapanese Student Club SIMON PAPER ELOISE M. PAYNE Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy San Diego, Calif. School of Nursing Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Scholarships: George F. Reinhardt Memorial: Sheffield Sanborn Internship: L. A. County Hospital MIRIAM C. PAYNE Los Angeles, Calif. School of Nursing Ph.G. B.S. B.S. Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta Vice-Pres. Student Body Pres. Student Body Sec. California Club ROBERT D. PAYNE LEROY W. PEIME MIMI BARBARA PENSA Tempe, Ariz. Madera, Calif. Lompoc, Calif. College of Dentistry College of Dentistry School of Nursing B.S., D.D.S. D.D.S. B.S. , Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega MARY PETERSEN Ogden, Utah College of Dentistry D.D.S., B.S. Upsilon Alpha DOROTHY POTTS Redwood City, Calif. B.S. Nursing Representative, Student Body Treasurer, Exec. Council, '39-'40 Denair, Calif. ALVIN IACK PEZNER San Francisco, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. DAVID E. PRICE Berkeley, Calif. Medical School A.B., MA., M.D. Phi Chi Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Internship: U. S. Marine Hospital, S. I-'. MIRIAM E. RADEMACHER IOHN S. RATHBONE Butte City, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. Areta Centerville, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi Epsilon Alpha Pres. Xi Psi Phi 4 Executive Council 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN I. POPOVICH Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Nu Sigma Nu Phi Beta Kappa Internship: S. F. Co. Hospital HILDUR E. V. QUIST Denair, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. ELIZABETH LODGE REES Hopland, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Alpha Epsilon Iota Phi Beta Kappa Scholarships: Allen D. Wilson Memorial: Lav- inqstone Murison Internship: U. S. Hospital X941 ns!- IACK KEENEY RENWICK IRENE L. RICHARDSON Sacramento, Calif , Hollywood, Calif. College of Dentistry College of Dentistry D.D.S., B.S. D.D.S. Xi Psi Phi Vice-Pres. Student Body 4 BEVERLY E. RIPPY SAMUEL M. ROSENTHAI. Visalia, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Kappa Psi LYNN MONROE RUDEE San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Psi Omega Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon MURIEL I. RICHARDSON Hollywood, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. PAUL S. RUBIN Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Internship: S. F. County Internship: L. A. County Hospital Hospital , FRANCES M. RULE Oakland, Calif. B.S. Nursing PHILIP I. SANFILIPPO Campbell, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Chi Internship: Santa Clara County Hospital Qfldcfkldfiiw MEYER MORRIS SEGAL San Francisco, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Student Council 4 HELEN SHEPPHERD San Iacinto, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. NORMA WARREN SHARP CATHERINE SHAW Berkeley, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. IOHN PAUL SHEERIN San Bruno, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Phi Delta Chi GERTRUDE EMMA SIPPLE BILL ALFRED SISKIN Los Angeles, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. School of Nursing College of Pharmacy B.S. Ph.G. San Francisco, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. MARCUS SHIMOFF San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Alpha Omega Pres. Alpha Omega 4 CHARLES E. SMITH Yreka, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S., B.S. Xi Psi Phi Epsilon Alpha RUDOLPH W. SMITH Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. ARCHER I. SOKOL Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Scholarship: Base Hosp. No. 30 Memorial Fund Internship: L. A. County Hospital SAM STEINDEL Los Angeles, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Scholarship: Base Hosp. Q No. 30 Memorial Fund Internship: L. A. County Hospital WARD L SMITH Oakland, Calif. College of Pharmacy Ph.G. Phi Delta Chi MARSEILLE SPETZ Arcata, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. California Club Alpha Epsilon Iota Internship: U. C. Hospital FRANCIS A. SOOY Taft, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Nu Sigma Nu Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Class President l Internship: U. C. Hosp. PHILIP 'l'. STRAUB Los Angeles, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. . GENE IAN STRZELECKI TETSUO SUGIYAMA Berkeley. Calif. College of Pharmacy B S Phi'Delta cm San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Beta Kappa Internship: S. F. County Hospital HELEN MARIE SUMMERS Los Angeles, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. HIROSHI TAKEMOTO Sacramento, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Iapanese Student Club CARRIE MAE THURBER YAEKO SUYAMA Monterey, Calif. School of Nursing Vice-Pres. Class 3 MARY FUMIKO TANAKA Sacramento, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. ROBERT WILLIAM TUFFT IACK NATHAN TURNER HAROLD SWERDLOFF Pomona, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Delta Epsilon Internship: L. A. County Hospital MARTHA A. TAYLOR Raton, N. Mex. School of Nursing Modesto, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Sqn Francisco, Cqlif, School of Nursing Me-diCCIl SCl'100l College of Pharmacy B.S. A.B., M.D. Ph,G. Internship: S, F. County Hospital X940 MASAO UMEMOTO Downey, Calif. College of Pharmacy B.S. Sigma Kappa Theta IOHN McCALL WALLACE San Diego, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Psi Omega ALBERT E. WORSLEY Williams, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta CLARK O. VAN ORDEN Alameda, Calif. College of Dentistry B.S., D.D.S. Delta Sigma Delta THOMAS A. WARD Cotati, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Chi Internship: St. Luke's Hospital RUTH VIRGINIA WRIGHT Hayward, Calif. School of Nursing B.S. WILLIAM I. VASQUEZ San Francisco, Calif. Medical School A.B., M.D. Phi Beta Kappa Sheffield Sanborn Schol- arship in Medicine 1938-1939 Internship: S. F. County Hospital IOSEPH I. WEST Detroit, Mich. College of Dentistry D.D.S. WILLIAM EDGAR YOUNG San Francisco, Calif. College of Dentistry D.D.S. Pres. Delta Sigma Delta 4 DAVID S. ZEALEAR pref- C1035 lf 4 Oceanside, Calif. EP51l0n Alphff Medical School A.B., M.D. Alpha Kappa Kappa Internship: Franklin Hos- pital Qmcfmjw JOHN N. CLARK IEAN MILLER Vallejo, Calif. Roseville, Calf A.B., M.D. B.S. Dental Hyq DOROTHY DONOVAN ADELIA WHEELER Casper, Wyoming Huntington, W. V B.S. B S. D tccl Hygiene D I 1 Hyqiene CI. Semw Wzihwzf Ummm ADELE RYAN THEODORE DILLER IACOB D. KAHN HENRY D. MOON ALBERT YOUNG MAE KAGIMOTO IOHN BURNS HARRIOTT CHURCHILL LEO SAITO ALBERT EAMBRINI ROBERT ROSSELLINI AGNES ANOOSHIAN MARIAN ERUHLING TSUYUKO HAYASHI ANN HILL HELEN MANSFIELD OAMILLA MARTIN DEVA STONE MARTIN MARY TURNER UNDERHILL x I If Q I 1 4 ' f , X f '5""' W WI I HH H+ PH!XQM!XEXf WQQU MEUWM CENTER l i "lx 'fu A--rm Vt' .1 ... yn v' ' A' A 45 r UBI? - 4 - ' I' is lg, V ,-40, :AA-.4bV'n -,,,,.,.-w"""'f '45 vw, A w 1, 4 55 W , 'R N N aw- af ,w 'M p mm' vwiggf W H ,N ww Y .f,L,,,,. , , W w ',,iw,,v.,:f,.1','1 2,1,,'y1 ,, ,ff M 1' ,A Fw ' ' N f ,rg 1-'IH MW: ,,5,,..mZv5MWF2.n,W W M.. 1 fee, , -H 1 H, n ,, v N , -f w X 5' N 7 4 ' , 1 1 Fa 1 I v Y Y Y Y 1 ii' ' -. T! 'K , NY 2 , 5 ? ic- w 'I' l " M 5' 'W' P' ' N ,MQ 4 f T 6 , R'-'41 m vol DEPARTMENT HEADS FACULTY STUDENT BODY SENIOR OFFICERS ADMHNIISTRATHUN KW 5'-U' 5? 7 Y- M w H w"M"' -"LJ"M' , '? 1 ' VT . FS' P- ' w ' ,w"'-"'11f'i-1,5 '1 "' " 1 ' " ' , 'Q ' ,'w' E , f- ' H N my M ,wx 1 X 'M iz . - Qgggigrg F wx - ,, ,gig -5-wi, .W I , , SL W.. , ' r 1 TROY GL DANLQ5, ,. JMX S- M6-RSHALLQ Ph.D, ' t ' --..,, , .gr I 5' KARL F- MEYER' Pm' CHAUNCEY D. LEAKE Ph D ff, xu Hu, mu. , N ,W N WN H.. , H Q2 u yumzxm MERWHXT-W , ,..1-qluuux ww M N ' M N u H N M' 'Nm 'H E w"f1 .HH I , 'u gr, AUM NVXHNN ELLIS, qg?.s. Q php, 1 FRANK M. G-OYAN1, Ph.D. M lime: 21 , Hzzsfw ur M 'L M X H , w N, W- Q4 W H . 11 '- 1 1 . .i . , . 11 aaa. ' 11 -6411111 11 11 , iff -:niQ1sss1m?ff x 2 'I' 1 11 1 1, , 1 JH, 1 1 11 11 11 1, 1,,.f1.,1 111 , 1 11A:s2i1wsL5sz:Q,, 1 1 1 1 ' 'Ei35?i3?fl3?i,i?7is???5!5f5iE ,, 1 w1sw1s111sw1sf1s,: 151111, 111, .. , ffasiiassias 4esi4ssg4eszQsszfs2i5ag,,,..' , A..,A..k iw, A.,A.. QW ' .1 , ,sn - Q, f. ,Q 13 D KUMLER Pm. 'M JOHN W MILL WARREN ' ' . ' AH,B.S.,M.S , 44... VI- .. ' . if IOHN F. ONE 1 - ' 1 HN I. EILER, Ph.D. ered W 0 CARL L. A. SCI-IMIDT, Ph.D. Dean of the College ot Pharmacy Professor of Biochemistry 0 TROY C. DANIELS, Ph.D. Assistant Dean of the College ol Pharmacy Professor oi Pharmaceutical Chemistry 0 F. STANLEY DURIE Assistant Comptroller and Superintendent, University Hospital 0 CATHERINE I. BROWN Recorder and Secretary to the Dean 0 FRANKLIN THEODORE GREEN, Ph.G. Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus Dean ol the College of Pharmacy, Emeritus 0 FREDERICK WILLIAM NISH, Ph.G., Phar.B. Professor of Pharmacy, Emeritus ' IOI-IN WALTER MILLAR, Ph.G., B.S., M.S. Professor of Chemistry ' CHAUNCEY D. LEAKE, Litt.B., M.S., Ph.D. Lecturer in Pharmacology and Toxicology in the College of Pharmacy, Professor of Pharmacology, Lecturer in Medical History and Bibliography in the Medical School, and Librarian of the Medical School Library 0 KARL F. MEYER, A.B., Dr.phil. tZurichl, M.D. thon.c.l Lecturer in Bacteriology in the College of Pharmacy Professor of Bacteriology Director of the Hooper Foundation 0 THEODORE L. ALTI-IAUSEN. M.D. Associate Professor ot Medicine in the Medical R School and Physician in charge of the Student Health Service, College of Pharmacy ' MAX S. MARSHALL, Ph.D. Lecturer in Bacteriology in the College of Pharmacy Associate Professor of Bacteriology in the Medical School 0 WARREN D. KUMLER, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry 0 ERIC OGDEN, B.Sc. tLondor1l, M,R.C.S. tEnglandJ, L.R.C.P. tLondonl Lecturer in Physiology in the College of Pharmacy Assistant Professor of Physiology in the Medical School ' LUIS W. ALVAREZ, Ph.D. Instructor in Physics tBerkeleyl 0 STEPHEN IOHN DEAN, IR., Ph.G., Ph.C., B.S. Instructor in Pharmacy 0 IOHN I. EILER, Ph.D. Instructor in Pharmacy and Biochemistry 0 FRANK M. GOYAN, M.S., Ph.D. Instructor in Chemistry 0 WILLARD W. HARPER, M.A. Instructor in Accounting and American Institutions 0 GERALD G. GILL, M.D. Instructor in Anatomy in the College of Pharmacy Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery in the Medical School U WILLIAM W. O'CONNELL, LL.B. Lecturer in Laws of Pharmacy ' IOHN F. ONETO, Ph.D. Instructor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacy 0 ROBERTSON PRATT, Ph.D. Instructor in Pharmacognosy 9 LOUIS A. STRAIT, Ph.D. Instructor in Physics 0 IULIAN MERWIN WELLS, Ph.G., B.S. Instructor in Pharmacy 0 BENIAMIN T. I-IOWILER, Ph.G. Associate in Pharmacy 9 ISAAC F. HALVERSTADT, B.S. Assistant in Chemistry 0 HARRY K. IWAMOTO, B.S. Assistant in Pharmacy 0 EDWARD L. WAY, B.S. Assistant in Pharmaceutical Chemistry Left to ri ht-To R : I h G 'tf'l g p ow o n ri ih, loseph MacDonald, Ruth Grinager. Center Row: B. Hammar- stedt, M. Segal, D. Latimer, V. Marvin, R. Shea, W. Griffith, R. Grinager, I. MacDonald, I. Grittith, E. Chilgren, F. Nettell, F. Pollatta, R. Harrington, C. Kratzenstein. Bottom Row: Edward Chilgren, swept tw, Carl Kratzenstein. President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Yell Leader . The dominant idea on the part of the Associated Pharmacy Students during the year was the con- tinuation of the drive to unify the colleges of the Medical Center. Through its officers, headed by President Ioseph ,MacDonald the Student Body actively supportedytljie newly formed California Club in its activities and contributed in no small degree to its successful program. Pharmacy stu- dents, especially Vice-President lohn Griffith, played a vital part in the successful completion of the Medical Center. lOSEPH MCICDONALD r . ICHN GRIFFITH . RUTH GRINAGER . EDWARD CHILGREN . CARL KRATZENSTEIN Besides the activities undertaken in conjunction With the other colleges, the Student Body carried on its usual program of social and athletic events. In an attempt to create a more democratic and efficient Student Government a set of amendments to the Constitution was adopted. At the meetings effort was made through the medium of outside speakers to present and discuss the problems pertinent to Pharmacy and Pharmacists. The school year Was closed with a dance given at the Clift Hotel on April 26th. 1 t t FRANK N ETTELL HAROLD ANDERSON .Semen QZQAA X President . . Vice President . Secretary-Treasurer . Council Representative . Athletic Manager . . During it's senior year the Class of 1940 suc- cessfully played its role in the activities at the Medical Center. Apart from academic Work, the class although working under limited possibilities, held several social functions of its own, as Well as supporting and participating in the activities of the Student Body and of the Medical Center as a Whole. The class held an ice skating party at Winter- land in the fall semester, and a swimming party in conjunction with the junior class at the Pair- mont Plunge in the spring. The traditional senior day was held April 19th, with a picnic outing, in- . . FRANK NETTELL . HAROLD ANDERSON . LEONARD KOHN . . . MEYER SEGAL . CHARLES LONGINOTTI cluding the usual games and gaiety. Also, the work of the seniors cannot be forgotten with respect to such things as the Bag Game Rally and Bonfire. Teams from the class participated in athletics including football and basketball in interclass competition, and had numerous representatives in the handball, golf, and tennis tournaments. In each case, the efforts and abilities of the partici- pants were not to be overlooked. College days may end here for this group, but there are many memories of college life which will not be lost. LEONARD KOHN MEYER SEGAL IUNIOR CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS CLASSES fx I J t I-t En. M N , E Jim' , A gg "JI -I ,-,ik-, J K I gf 6 KI 85 A I , I: V I w ' Seite " -4 , - ' . PT! -' I I ' l f Nl fi . J' ' FA 1 1 '35 .1 with . 12" It t, my ,V , tl , .L ' 3: ,fig ssvbifavr Q . V A I , , , ' ill 2. 33. ti' Left to Right-Front Row: Ray Marshall, Filomena Pallotta, Elmer Forsher, Eric Owyang, Clement Lew. Second Row: Iohn Griffith, Paul Gysels, Ruth Grinager, lerome Yalon, George Glanville, William Griffith. Third Row: Stanley Marincik, Marion Crockett, Leroy Crockett, lohn Ringgold, Walter Grabowski. WILLIAM GRIFFITI-I IOHN RINGGOLD LEROY CROCKETT MMCULUZQA4 President . . . WILLIAM GRIFFITH Vice President . . IOHN RINGGOLD Secretary-Treasurer . . GEORGE DODINI Athletic Manager . . . LEROY CROCKETT Council Representative . . FILOMENA PALLOTTA The lunior Class has just completed a successful year under the leadership of President Bill Griffith. The perennial problem of mixing business with pleasure kept the members of the class planning as many extra-curricular activities as time and "condi- tions" would allow. The Fall semester was devoted primarily to football games between the various classes in the College of Pharmacy. When the final gun had ended the competition the lunior Class had emerged as Interclass champions. In addition to football, the class held an ice skating party to round out the social portion of the semester. The Spring semester provided a more varied program. A trip to Chinatown during the New Year's celebration proved both in- teresting and enjoyable. Swim- ming and dancing parties were thoroughly enioyed throughout the semester. Eric Owyang, Stanley Marinsik and Raymond Marshall were honored by being admitted into the Sigma Kappa Theta Honor Society. The Iunior Class looks forward to the approaching senior year with the feeling that its goal is at last in sight. We hope that the bonds which have linked us together will be even more firmly united. FILOMENA PALLOTTA I I , .I.. Left to Right-Front Row: Don Anderson, Masao Yamamoto, Angeline Konsonlas, Kat- saki Ishida, Peter Backos, George Pantages. Second Row: Denver Latimer, Shinji Kosasa, Fred Klinkner, Philip Brown, Edward Medzian, George Nakashima, Koro Yatsu. Third Row: Robert Shea, Lloyd Fergus, Minoru Tamaka, Myron Lees, Paul Kahn, Domingo Diaz, George Tamura, lames Bailey. Fourth Row: Robert Ridolfe, Roy Germond, Howard Sauto, Herbert Beck, Albert Pelegrini. S Glmef A President . . . DENVER LATIMER Vice President . . . FRED KLINKNER Secretary-Treasurer . . ANGELINE KONSONLAS Athletic Manager . . . ALBERT PELLAGRINI Council Representative ...... ROBERT Sl-IEA "What a class!" said the upper classes when the Sophornores entered. They say it now with admira- tion instead of scorn. Under the leadership of the officers, this class has been one of the most friendly and cooperative classes in school. They have taken part in all school activities and at their Ice Skating party which was held at Winterland, the whole class turned out en masse. Their football team lost to both the Iuniors and Seniors but holds the championship ior basketball. Because there is a great wealth of talent in the Sophomore class, it should make a name for itself in the next two years. DENVER LATIMER ANGELINE KONSONLAS ROBERT Sl-IEA FRED KLINKNER PHI DELTA CHI KAPPA PSI LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA SIGMA KAPPA SIGMA IAPANESE CLUB SNAP SHOTS ACTIVITIES Left to Right-Top Row: I. Anderson, I. Burns, I-I. Fifer, C. Harris, P. Sheerin, W. Smith. Middle Row: G. Strzlecki, C. Crockett, M. Crockett, S. Setrakian, D. Anderson, P. Backas. Bottom Row: P. Brown, F. Klinkner, D. Latimer, O. Eisan, I. Colabella. PM 256450 Gm Founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1883. There are thirty-two Collegiate Chapters. Zeta Chapter established in 1902. President . Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . House Manager . . I. . CALVIN HARRIS . PAUL Sl-IEERIN CHARLES CROCKETT HAROLD ANDERSON . WARD SMITH UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dr. T. C. Daniels Prof. F. VV. Nish Dr. R. Pratt Dr. I. P. One-to Dr. I. I. Eiler Dr. W. D. Kumler SENIORS SOPHOMORES Ioseph H. Anderson Paul Sheerin Fred Klinkner Peter Backos Howard Fifer Ward Smith Philip Brown Don Anderson Iohn Bums Calvin Harris Denver Ldfimer Gene Strzlecke P L E D G E S U N I O R S I Albert Pelligrini Oliver Eisan Charles Crockett George Dodini Ioseph Colctbella Orville Preuss Marion Crockett Souren Setrakian Roy Germone 1 I Left to Right-Top Row: Anderson, H., Brady, Carlstrom, Chilgren, Harrington. Second Row: Hammarstedt, Longinotti, MacDonald, MCC-Qwinn, Nettell, Rippy. Bottom Row: Forsher, Gysels, Marincik, Ringgold, Yalon, Ciriscioli. Kappa PM Founded at the Medical College of Virginia in 1879. There are tirty-three Collegiate Chapers. Beta Gamma Chapter was organized in 1910. Regent . . BERNARD I-IAMMARSTEDT Vice-Regent . . . . IEROME YALON Secretary . . PAUL GYSELS Treasurer . FRANK NETTELI.. Chaplain . . EDWARD CHILGREN UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dr. C. L. A. Schmidt Prof. I. W. Millar Dr. F. M. Goyan Mr. l. M. Wells Mr. S. I. Dean SENIORS IUNIORS Harold Anderson Bernard Hammarstedt Elmer Forsher Ierome Yalon Eugene Brady Charles Longinotti Paul Gysels Stanley Marincik Verne Carlstrom Ioseph MacDonald John Ringgold Edward Chilgren Maxwell McGwinn Richard Harrington Frank Nettell S O P H O M O R E S Beverly Rippy Dominic Ciriscioli P L E D G E S Lloyd Fergus Howard Sauto Fredrick Halverstadt lames Pearson Myron Lees Left io Right Vivion Figone, Lois Fischl, Virginia Mgrvin, Ruih Grincrger, Angeline Konsonlcxs. fwmicfa Kappa SENIORS IUNIORS Virginia Marvin Lois Fischl Ruth Grinoger Vivicm Figone S O P H O M O R E S Angeline Konsonlos ,H cm Left to Right-Front Row: Koisoki Ishida, Mosoo Yomomoio, Tcxkczye Fukuhoru, Mosoki Ito. Second Row: Koro Yoisu, Kazuo Kirnuro, Minoru Tamaki, Leo Saito. Third Row: Frornk Ono, George Arcxse, George Ncrkoshimcu, Hiroshi Tokemoio, Yoshiko Mochizuki. Fourth Row: Shunii Kososo, George Ariicr, George Tcrmurg. W -.gif E222 vi in- V fm Y j . K W , is K H KY' i fl 3 .Q .,,.. 1 W- N of - 9 . L 1 kai-' biil. P z A 4 x 0 ??' Left to Right-Front Row: Robert Clifford, lane Fong, Richard Harrington, Eric Owyanq, Raymond Marshall. Second Row: Edward Way, Richard Foo, Edward Chilqren, Masao Umemato. Third Row: Stanley Marincik, Harry Iwamoto, George Arase, Leo Saito, Oliver Eisan. Kdyfyia 75925 The aim of this society is to promote cultural and professional aspects and technical training in pharmaceutical achievements. Durinq this Spring semester Sigma Kappa Theta initiated the sponsoring of an annual lecture. This year's topic was "Pharmacy and the Public Health" with Dr. Karl F. Meyer, Director of the Hooper Research Foundation as the quest speaker. The annual alumni and student banquet which climaxed the year's activities was held on April 6, 1940 in honor of Dr. Meyer. President . , RICHARD HARRINGTON Secretary . .... IANE FONG Treasurer . . . , MASAO UMEMOTO Business Manager . ERIC OWYANG HONORARY MEMBERS Fred L. Beauchamp John W. Millar Ioseph B. Swim Troy C. Daniels Chauncey D. Leake Carl L. A. Schmidt Frank M. Goyan Frederick W. Nish Thomas MacWilliarns Frank T. Green Karl F. Meyer NOT A'-L WORK r I AN WCK BEE JO HO 3: 5. :sf K r- uf i f K! LUTENJAC 5? ffm '3ULf,'jfZf1'53gE IV ARD H NM 1. ll UE?-XC' CHA XNAL'fxi,RP?L ASSN, HEAD MA N DQ' WEEK SEQ-U4,CA ' BRAND Tm: DEAN Sf FA:-4lL7' A SWELL PARTy C HINESE NEW E , APP7' BUNCH WI I HH H+ HHXIHEW IHHU www Hmmm 6 .M eg ' 543, 4 R .1 W NA NH r i n "Q 2,3 fl . ,,' swsi -:mi , .. . ,. i. 4 wiv: M mai M :NM QQ g 112 if FACULTY Q STUDENT BODY SENIOR CLASS ADMIINIISTRATHUN DR. IAMES NUCKOLT-5 ,.,. DR. HER MAN N BECKS DR.c.DUDLf:YGw1NN 3 N Gill, , .Fifa DR. IOHN A. MARSHALL M: szfzm 4. ,1 I 2' , f C. PLBNHNG WHDRWIUARD Q . w 4.4 DR. EDWIN H. MAUK DR. GUY s. MILLBEHRY DR. ROBERT RULE DR. ROBERT KEYS DR. HARRY BERGER eiizewys Y 9 WILLARD C. FLEMING, D.D.S. Dean of the College of Dentistry Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 9 F. STANLEY DURIE Assistant Comptroller 9 MARYBETI-I GREEN, A.B. Assistant to the Dean 9 GEORGE LUSK BEAN, D.D.S. Clinical Professor of Dentistry 9 CHARLES L. CONNOR, M.D. Professor of Pathology 9 CHAUNCEY D. LEAKE, Litt.B., Ph.D. Professor of Pharmacology ' IOHN ALBERT MARSHALL, D.D.S., Ph.D. Professor of Biochemistry and Dental Pathology 9 EDWIN HENRY MAUK, D.D.S. Professor oi Denture Prosthesis KARL F. MEYER, A.B., Dr.Phil. tZurichl, MD. tl-ion,c.l Professor of Bacteriology 9 GUY STILLMAN MILLBERRY, D.D.S. Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy 9 HIRAM E. MILLER, A.B., M.D. Clinical Professor of Dermatology 9 ROBERT W. RULE, D.D.S. Professor of Operative Dentistry 9 ROBERT S. STONE, A.B., M.A., M.B., M.D. Professor of Roentgenology 9 IOSEPI-I DUPUY HODGEN, D.D.S. Professor of Histology and Dental Pathology, Emeritus 9 JAMES GRAHAM SHARP, M.D., D.D.S. Professor of the Principles and Practices of Surgery, Emeritus 9 WILLIAM FULLER SHARP, D.D.S., D.M.D. Professor of Prosthodontia, Emeritus 9 ALLEN I-IOLMAN SUGGETT, B.S., D.D.S. Clinical Professor of Orthodontics, Emeritus 9 IIERMANN BECKS, Dr.Med. et Mect.Dent. tftostockl, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Dental Medicine ' IOHN RAYMOND GILL, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Crown and Bridge Prosthesis 9 ROBERT EDGAR KEYS, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Denture Prosthesis 9 MAX S. MARSHALL, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Bacteriology 9 ERNEST M. SETZER, D.D.S. Associate Clinical Professor of Orthodontics 9 DOROTHY A, WOOD, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Anestlicsia 9 HARRY BERGER. D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Denture Prosthesis 9 CHARLES W. CRAIG, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Operative Dentistry 9 HARRY E. FRISBIE, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 9 C. DUDLEY GWINN, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Dental Surgery 9 GEORGE W. HAI-IN, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics 9 ALEX IOI-IN KER, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 9 EARL F. LUSSIER, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics 9 IOSEPI-I V. MITCHELL, B.S., D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy JAMES NUCKOLLS, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry ERIC OGDEN, B.Sc. tLondonl, M.R.C.S. tEng.7, L.R.C.P. tLondonl Assistant Professor of Physiology tMedical Schooll Lecturer in Physiology HARRIS E. RIDENOUR, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis EDWIN RISSBERGER, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Operative Dentistry WILLIAM B. RYDER, IR., D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Dental Medicine FREDERICK VJ. SCHUBERT, D.D,S. Assistant Professor of Orthodontics ALLEN EVERETT SCOTT, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics WILLIAM WARD WAINWRIGI-IT, D.D.S,, M.S. Assistant Professor of Dental Medicine LLOYD G. WELTY, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Operative Dentistry. FRED WOLFSOI-IN, B.S., D,D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics ROBERT C. ZEISZ, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Crown and Bridge Prosthesis INSTRUCTORS, LECTURERS, I-XSSISTANTS LOUIS BARTLETT, Ph.B., LL.B, Lecturer in Iurisprudence FRANK CABUL BETTENCOURT, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis HAROLD H. BIORNSTROM, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Orthodontics GEORGE A. BOEI-IMER, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine LESTER E. BREESE, D.D.S, Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry LEIGHTON P. BROWNTON, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry WILLIAM MORLEY CAMERON, D.D.S. Instructor in Children's Dentistry ELMER C. CHAPPELL, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery RUSSELL O. COLLINS,' D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine GEORGE W. COWDEN, D.D.S. Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis EMORY CUDWORTH, B.S., D.D.S. Assistant in Dental Pathology ANDREW I, DANERI, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Surgery I. KESTER DIMENT, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Orthodontics IACK E. DODSON, D.D.S. Technical Assistant in Tooth Morphology STANLEY F. ERPF, D.D.S., M.S. Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis ERWIN W. FERBER, D.D.S., M.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Surgery ALBERT DE FERRARI, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery EVERETT M. FINGER, D.D.S. Instructor in Operative Dentistry GORDON M. FITZGERALD, D.D.S, Instructor in Dental Roentgenology ' Deceased. cures Cy mmm, U MAX W. FORSYTHE, D.D.S. Instructor in Dental Technics U HERBERT R. FOSTER, D.D.S., M.S. Clinical Instructor in Orthodontics U IANET B. GUNNISON, A.B., M.A. Associate in Bacteriology U MARTIN C. GUTTMAN, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Operative Dentistry U OLGA ARDELL GWINN, D.D.S. Instructor in Operative Dentistry U ARTHUR W. HARE, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery U FREDERICK I-I. I-IARE, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery U MELVIN G. I-IENNINGSEN, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Medicine U LOUIS A. l-IEWITT, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery U LINUS A. I-IUBERTY, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Orthodontics U DEOUILLA Q. IACKSON, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis U ARTHUR L. IENSEN, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine U CHESTER W. IOHNSON, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry U HOWARD M. IOHNSTON, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery U HERBERT G. IOHNSTONE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Instructor in Bacteriology U DAVID H. IULIENNE, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry U FRANK C. LARSEN, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Denture Prosthesis U IOHN W. LEGGETT, D.D.S. Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis U ROBERT M. LEGGETT, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry U RAYMOND C. LOCEY, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry U ARTHUR L. LUNDBLAD, B.S., D.D.S. Assistant in Dental Technics U NORMAN A. LUSSIER, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery U RAY A. LUSSIER, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Orthodontics U I. S. McGUINNESS, M.D. Instructor in Anatomy and Histology U RALPH MCMURRY, D.D.S. Assistant in Operative Technics U MARY MARTIN, D.D.S. Instructor in Children's Dentistry U COMPTON B. MILLARR, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine U SEIZO MURATA, D.D.S., M.S. Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis U KENNETH I-I. MILLICAN, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Operative Dentistry U GLADYS BOXTON OLSON, D.D.S., M.S. Clinical Instructor in Orthodontics U IOSEPH I. PFISTER, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine U SAXTON T. POPE, M.D. Ittlirtnrrry Physician, Student Health Service THEODORE I. POST, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine CECIL RABINOVICI-I, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Orthodontics RICHARD M. RAILSBACH, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Orthodontics HENRY I. RALSTON, Ph.D. Instructor in Physiology DANIEL RANSDELL, D.D.S. Instructor in Operative Technics ROBERT D. RAY, A.B., M.A. Research Assistant in Dento-histo Pathology ALBERT F. I. RIES, D.D.S. Instructor in Dental Technics CLARENCE E. RUTLEDGE, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine LOUIS W. SCHMOHL, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine IOSEPH A. SCIUTTO, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine WILL G. SHEFFER, D.D.S. Instructor in Orthodontics CARL SHOWALTER, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Orthodontics NINA SIMMONDS, B.S., M.A., Sc.D. Lecturer in Nutrition DAVID A. SINGMAN, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Pathology PHILIP L. SISSON, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dentistry BUDD I. SMITH, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine WILLIAM S. SMITH, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine GEORGE E. STENINGER, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry WALTER STRAUB, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine EDMUND V. STREET, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry GLENN H. TERWILLIGER, D.D.S. Instructor in Orthodontics KENNETH E. TERWILLIGER, D.D.S. Instructor in Orthodontics VASELI V. USI-IANOFF, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Denture Prosthesis HARRIET WAHLANDER, A.B., M.A. Instructor in Dental Hygiene CHARLES E. WHITE, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine DONALD P. WHITE, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine NORMAN L. WIHR, B.S., D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Surgery HERBERT E. WILSON, D.D.S. Clinical Assistant in Dental Medicine SEYMOUR L. WINSLOW, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Orthodontics IOHN LURELL WOOD, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Dental Surgery ROY B. WRIGI-IT, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry CHARLES I. ZAPPETTINI, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry THOMAS I. ZINGHEIM, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Crown and Bridge Proslltost I f :test t . l. in t .gi .rrgiiigig H t,:r...,i st... . is X 11, , .J Left to Right4Top Group: lack Renwick, Stanley Lawrence, Carroll Berryman. Bottom Group: Dienstein, Stark, Lawrence, Dr. Steninger, Rathbone, Berryman. swam gait, President . . Vice President . Secretary-Treasurer During the year 1939-40 many changes have taken place in the policy of the Associated Dental Students. Definite steps have been made toward the creation of a spirit of mutual helpfulness be- tween the schools at the Medical Center. The facilities of the Coop Store have been extended to benefit the other students on the campus through the establishment of a new rebate system. The cafeteria also has been remodeled and its service improved. Socially the year has been a complete success. On September 20, 1939, the students were "Kings for a day" at the annual picnic given for them by the faculty at the San Mateo City Park. Chief Chef Millberry barbequed a mean steak, While Dr. Steninger did an excellent job as M.C. A full day of horseshoes, tennis, golf, fishing, baseball . STANLEY LAWRENCE . . . JACK RENWICK . CARROLL BERRYMAN and football was a Welcome diversion from school Work. Later in the Fall, on October 28, a semi-formal dance was held at the St. Francis Hotel, with lack Renwick in charge of the arrangements. On Ianuary 8, 1940 a testimonial banquet in honor of retiring Dean Guy S. Millberry was held at the St. Francis Hotel. ln recognition of his years of service to the college and his unselfish assist- ance to the students through his twenty-five years as Dean, the Associated Dental Students presented a gift of S3500 to the newly created Guy S. Mill- berry loan fund. The school year closed with the Spring formal held at the Lakeside Country Club on March 2. The faculty members took advantage of the situation to turn out in large numbers, adding to the enjoyment of the party. AL WORSLEY CARROLL BERRYMAN President .......... AL WORSLEY Vice President . Secretary-Treasurer Representative . Four years have passed and a great quantity of saliva has flowed under the bridges. Little did we know what was in store for us when we entered as Freshmeny 'way back when'. Of more than fifty who entered in l936 a little over thirty remain. Through the years following, We have run into practically every known grief possible in the field of dentistry: "burning your bridges" is no idle phrase, but a stark reality. The Class has shown an excellent spirit of cooperation, and has remained as a definite unit throughout the four years. The social life of the Senior Class has been closely allied with that of the Student Body as a whole, as well as with the various House functions. A farewell dinner is planned for the Class at about the time this book goes to press. Maybe then we will get all our equipment back! Through the efforts of President Al Worsley, . CARROLL BERRYMAN . HARLEY FREMMING . IACK RATHBONE Senior Seminars have been arranged to revlew work for the coming State Board Examinations. Russ Augsburger, Carroll Berryman, Chick Smith, lack Rathbone, Charley Dodge, Harley Fremming, Stan Lawrence, Al Worsley and lim Hechtman have been granted membership into Epsilon Alpha, the Dental Honor Society. We are now faced with the prospect of graduat- ing and being on our own. Whether to hang out our shingles or be paddled with them, that is the question. We earnestly hope that the only seats kept Warm are those of the operating chairs in our offices. The toughest instructor in the clinic is not half as disconcerting as a dissatisfied patient. There- fore, with meek hearts and due reverence we extend our most sincere thanks to the members of the faculty and to the administrative staff who have given so unselfishly of their knowledge and experience to make us a credit to our profession. lACK RATHBONE TUNICR CLASS Q SCPHOMCRE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS CLASSES Left to Right-Back Row: Adkins, C. Ekholm. Fourth Row: W. Lande, R. Cassani, M. Bishop, R. Naismith, A. Moore. Third Row: W. Hanford, P, Beeson, M. Green, H. Alloarian, A. Watson. Second Row: M, Gatov, I-I. Sher, I. Roaers, C. Fornev, H. Little. Bottom Row: E. Dienstein, E. Silva, M. Tsukasaki, I, Rubin, H. Saito. BILL HANFORD RENATO CASSA NI Mmm 61044 President . . . BILL HANFORD Vice President . . RENATO CASSANI Secretary-Treasurer . . RICHARD NAISMITH Representative . . BEN DIENSTEIN Throughout our years of professional training semesterly class parties have become traditional. This year was no exception, but instead of the usual baseball game we were entertained by "Sonia Henje" Sher, the Bounding Blimp, at an afternoon ice skating party: while in the evening "Valentine" Hanford enter- tained the boys from his tront row vantage point in one oi the local cinemas, The class extends its deepest sympathy to its members Ekholm and Rubin who betook themselves of marriage this year. During the first semester Perry Beeson, Herbert Little and Carl Elcholm were honored by being initiated into the Epsilon Alpha Honor Society. During the second semester the honors went to Maurice Green and Masanobu Tsukasaki. We wish to thank the Faculty for tolerating us for the last three years. Dare We hope that this consideration will continue for at least another year? RICHARD NAISMITH BEN DIENSTEIN Left to Right-Back Row: A. Greene, D. Evans, R. Middleton, M. Wilbur, l. Nakamura. Fourth Row: W. Portens, R. Parks, WV. Grenfell, D. Predovich, C. Biedinger ,D. Ophie, R. VanDyck, R. Edelstein, P. Cadosi. Third Row: R. Dickson, W. Brownton, I. Maggini, F. Losee, F. Moodie, K. Dufour, S. Stark, W. Howe, G. Poor. Second Row: G. Rodda, L. Pereira, G. Forrest, L. Grotte, H. lan, G. Teilman, I. Ahbay, A. Funk. Bottom Row: G. I-lalterman, l. Haber, C. Fong, A. Lee, K. Wilson, S. Ng, M. Sugiyama, K. I-leuhler, V. Garfinkel, A. Gramacci. 5 dw President . . . . RAY GREENE Vice President . . . GEORGE l-IALTERMAN Secretary-Treasurer . . . MERTON HILL Representative . . . . . . STANLEY STARK Entering the College of Dentistry in the fall of '38, sixty-five students started their professional school- ing. At the present time, forty-five remain, twelve of which are in orthodontics. lt was the largest class to enter the dental school in recent years. At the annual picnic, as freshmen, they won the softball tournament and placed high in other activi- ties. As sophomores, they tied for first in the softball tournament, won the golf and horseshoe matches, and placed high in the other sports. During the freshman year, they joined with the freshman class of P. and S. for a Chinese dinner in San Francisco's Chinatown. RAY GREENE E e GEORGE I-IALTERMAN STANLEY STARK MERTON HU-L l t Lett to Right-Back Row: G, Yamamoto, K. I-Iikoyeda, L. Smith, D. Rieben, F. Brucia, I. M. Dean, I. Borden. Fourth Row: C. Reimer, I. Bowles, R. Winters, R. Vtlrigh, Wt. Price, R. Paden, R, Fisher, I. McDowell. Third Row: D. Vogt, M. Shulman, B. Hicken, F. Pack- wood, E. Torigoe, D. Stevens, F. Daniels, I. I-I. Dean. Second Row: H. Gabriel, V. Bartram, D. Rudee, A. Maass, H. Mamlet, D. Mallory. Bottom Row: I-I. Piccini, S. Fierman, A. Lopez, I. Ishidi, W. Bromlee, R. Daft, H. Osibin. 4? Glam President . . . . ROBERT DAFT Vice President . . FRANK PACKWOOD Secretary'Treasurer . . DICK WINTERS Representative . . DENNY MALLORY The publication of this book brings us to the end of our first year in dentistry. For all of us it has been a pleasant one, bringing us into work very different from anything that we have ever done before. We all were very heartily received upon our entrance by mem- bers oi the faculty, and by the student body. Tours of the campus were arranged to introduce the new freshmen into what would be their home for the ensuing four years. The fraternities on the campus also entertained the new students with informal dinners and lunches at their respective chapter houses, and within a few weeks most of the men had pledged to one of them. The freshman class was organized early last semester, electing officers to serve for one year. There have been several class functions, including a banquet in 1 the Fall semester, followed a few , weeks later by a short get-to- gether before the Dental College Fall Informal. In the Spring se- mester the members of the class went on several skating parties, and again met before the Dental College Spring Formal. ROBERT DAFT FRANK PACKWOOD DICK WINTERS DENNY MALLORY XI PSI PHI' DELTA SIGMA DELTA PSI OMEGA ALPHA OMEGA TAPANESE CLUB UPSILON ALPHA DENTAL HYGIENISTS EPSILON ALPHA SNAP SHOTS ACTHVHTIIES Left to Right-Top Row: R. Augsburger, C. Berryman, R. Gothenquist, E. Grimmer, D. Hamlin, H. Lang, C. Lawrence. Middle Row: A. Nielsen, R. Payne, I. Rathbone, I. Renwick, C. Smith, P. Beeson, B. Dykes. Bottom Row: C. Ekholm, M. Green, W. Hanford, I. Rogers, I. Abbay, W. Brownton, K. Dufour. QQ pm PM Founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan--1839. Iota Chapter Iounded in 1894,-45 Chapters. President . . IOHN RATHBONE Vice President CARROLL BERRYMAN Secretary . . IACK RENWICK Treasurer . WILLIAM HANFORD House Manager . PERRY BEESON UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES George L. Bean Herman Becks F. C. Bettencourt Leighton P. Brownton Elmer C. Chapell George W. Cowden C. W. Craig Mervin G. Cunningham A. Delferrari Roscoe H. Dewitt Stanley Erpf Edwin W. Ferber Dr. C. D. Gwinn Dr. G. W. Hahn Dr. F. H. Hare Dr. I-I. Vtfalter Harrison Dr. Melvin G. Henningsen Dr. L. A. Hewitt Dr. Chester W. Iohnson Dr. Howard M. Iohnston Dr. Alex I. Ker Dr. Ralph F. McMurray Dr. Guy S. Millberry Dr. H. A. Nagel Richard Railsback Ernest M. Setzer Carl H. Showalter Dr. G. H. Terwilliger Dr. K. F. Terwilliger Dr. I. R. Weeden Lloyd G. Welty Donald P. White Setmore G. Winslow I. L. Wood C. I. Zappetini . Thomas I. Zinghein Lett to Right--Top Row: G. Four, A. Funk, W. Grenfell, G. Halterman, M. Hill, K. Leirnbach l. Maqgini. Middle Row: F. Moodie, D. Predovich, G. Rodda, G. Teilman, V. Partram, I. Bowles W. Brownlee. Bottom Row: R. Daft, H. Gabriel, A. Lopez, F. Losee, F. Lucchetti, A. Maass C. Reimer. SENIO R. Auqsburger Carroll Berryman Rudolph Gothenquist Elmo Grimmer Dana Hamlin Howard Lana Perry Beeson IUNIO QQ PM M4 R S Stanley Lawrence Arne Nielsen Robert Payne Iohn Rathbone lack Renwick Charles E. Smith R S Maurice Green SOPHOMORES lohn Abbey William Brownton Kenneth Dufour Glen Foor Albert Funk lllfilliam Grenfell George I-lalterrnan Merton Hill William Howe Kenneth Leinibach Irving Maqqini Forest Moodie Dan Predovich Gordon Rodda Gardner Teilrnan FRESHMEN Allred Lopez Fred Losee Francis Lucchetti Vern Bariram loseph Bowles William Brownlee B911 DYICGS William Hfmfofd Andrew Maass Robert Daft Carl Elkholrn lames Rogers Carl Reimer Herbert Gabriel F ..,.-jx' -1 - L H -14" A:" M15 -' 2-Iii: ,- i" 5- " :. ' -, ' W1 lg yy -. Q L .. l ' ,A KJ' gf F w e . K w "fl: Q A, V K 94 Jin .hxl X I lu.:-f 1,2 -i Hx' 1 x tfff -- xx- Left to Right-Top Row: A. Adelsbach, C. Dodge, C. Ellertson, K. Evans, H. Fremminq Middle Row: L. Fritzell, L. Leal, E. McPhai1l, I-I. Moore, C. VanOrden, A. Worsley, N. Betaque Bottom Row: Bishop, R. Cassani, H. Little, A. Moore, D. Naismith, P. Cadosi, R. Dickson .mfg Sigma mae Founded University of Michigan, November 15, 1882. Zeta Chapter founded, October 23, 1891. 34 Active Chapters. President ..... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer ..... UNIVERSITY A Iohn Albert Marshall, D.D.S., Ph. D. lames Graham Sharp, M.D., D.D.S. William Puller Sharp, D.D.S., D.M.D. Allan Holman Suqqett, B.S., D.D,S. Harry E. Frisbie, D.D.S. Earl F. Lussier, D.D.S. Ioseph V. Mitchell, B.S., D.D.S. Willam B. Ryder, lr., D.D.S. Fredrick W. Schubert, D.D.S. Allan Everett Scott, D.D.S. Fred Wolfsohn, B.S., D.D.S. Harold H. Bjornstrom, D.D.S. . . . AL WORSLEY . CARL MCPHAIL . DICK NAISMITH . . . LEROY LEAL SSOCIATES Emory Cudworth, B.S., D.D.S. Everett M. Finger, D.D.S. Gordon M. Fitzgerald, D.D.S. Arthur L. Lundlolad, B.S,, D.D.S Norman A. Lussier, D.D.S. Ray A. Lussier, D.D.S. loseph 1. Pfister, D.D.S. Louis VV. Schmohl, D.D.S. Will G. Sheffer, D.D.S. Edward I. Spoon, D.D.S. Edmund V. Street, D.D.S. Left to Right-Top Row: R. Greene, D. Kennedy, R. Middleton, R. Parks, L. Pereira. Middle Row: W. Porteous, I. Smith, F. Brycia, I. Dean, R. Fisher, D. Mallory, R. Paden. Bottom Row W. Price, D. Rieben, R. W'inters, R. Wright. Albert Adelsbach Charles Dodge Carl Ellertson Keith Evans Harley Fremminq maze gnome .Mfg SENIORS IUNIORS Lloyd Fritzell Norman Betaque Herbert Little Leroy Leal Murray Bishop Alton Moore Earl McPhail Renato Cassani Richard Naismith Herbert Moore Clark VanOrder1 Albert Worsley SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Philip Cadosi Robert Dixon Raymond Greene Donald Kennedy Robert Middleton Robert Parks Luiz Pereira William Porteous Iohn Smith Russell Van Dyke Frank Brucia Iames Dean Robert Fisher Dennis Mallory lames McDowell Robert Wright Ranclell Paden Warren Price Donald Rebin Dell Vogt Richard Winters Left to Right-Top Row: K. Krouzian, I. Miller, L. Peirne, L. Rudee, I. Wallace, I. Adams I. Adkins. Middle Row: H. Albarian, E. Sylvia, C. Bieclinger, G. Forrest, A. Gramacci, K. Heuler M. Wilbur. Bottom Row: F. Daniels, l. Dean, B. Hicken, F. Packwood, H. Piccini, D. Rudee pdf! Umeqa FACULTY ASSOCIATES Dr. Williard C. Fleming Dr. Edwin H. March Dr. William M. Cameron Dr. Irwin C. Pletcher Dr. lohn R. Gill Dr. Iames Nucholls Dr. Robert E. Keys Dr. Harris E. Ridenour Dr. Robert C. Keys Dr. Albert F. I. Ries Dr. Frank Larsen Dr. lacob F. Sieffan Dr. Raymond C. Locey Dr. Geo. E. Steninger Dr. Robert C. Zeisz SENIORS lUNIORS Lynn Rudee lohn Miller Haig Albczrian Iames Adkins lack Wallace Kersam Krouzian lack Adams Earl Silva Leroy Peime SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Kenneth Heuler Georqe Forrest Frank Daniels Frank Packwood Lee Groite Charles Biedienqer lames Dean Donald Rudee Albert Grarnacci Marlin Wilber Harry Puccini Benjamin Hieken k wr. 153' wx Left to Right--Top Row: H. Auerbach, H. Friedman, E. Lewis, M. Shimoff. Bottom Row: H. Sher, V. Garfinkel, S. Stark, H. Mamlet, M. Shulman. ,naw omg SENIORS IUNIOR Hans Auerbach Earl Lewis Herman Sher Howard Friedman Marcus Shimoif SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Robert Eclelstein Victor Garfinkel Howard Mamlet Mark Shulmari Stanley Stark SENIORS IUNIORS Geo. Hara M. Kajmoto I... Saito G. Tsukasaki I. Nakahara SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN I. Nakamura H. Saito K. Hikoeda E. Torigoe T. Takahashi M. Suqiyama W. Ishida G. Yamamoto M wg., Left to Right-Top Row: G. Hara, I. Y. Nakahara, M. Tsukasaki. Bottom Row: H. Saito, K. Hikoyeda, I. Ishida, E. Toriqoe, G. Yamamoto. DR. DOROTHY YOUNG MARY PETERSCN zqffqla Founded September 28, 1918 4 7 Chapters CHARTER MEMBERS Mabel Martin Lois Chilcote Mae Scott Patterson Marg Martin Violet Scott Alvares Emma Paulsmier Cundall Amy Carlen Luke FACULTY ASSOCIATES Dr. Dorothy Young '39 Mary Petersen '40 ACTIVE MEMBERS Olga Adell Gwinn Mae Scott Patterson EMM! Mabel Martin -I 4. 51-.Z wrt ,N ,sf ig? sm z was sf ,I miami .W in H X aj Lett to Right: Dorothy Donovan, Adela Wheeler, Barbara Beeson, Claribel Bley. HWS es gzligrg. 'EWS W L st st. we-A 5. . ' 1 E , I Y Z X Lett to Right-Top Row: Dr. H. Becks, H. Little, C. Dodge, R. Augsburger. Middle Row: S. Lawrence, P. Beeson, C. Ekholrn, Dr. I. Marshall. Bottom Row: Dr. W. Fleming, C. Berryman, C. Smith, I. Rathbone, Dr. G. Millberry. CDENTAL HONOR SOCIETYI Founded 1915-University of California, College of Dentistry-One Chapter President . . . RUSSELL H. AUGSBURGER Vice President . . CHARLES E. SMITH Secretary . . . CHARLES DODGE Treasurer . . IOHN S. RATHBONE Dean . . . . WILLARD C. FLEMING Faculty Avdiser .... IOHN A. MARSHALL HONORARY MEMBERS M. S. Marshall I. S. Shell UNIVERSITY Mrs. G. S. Millberry Max Wassman ASSOCIATES B. D. Hartley Marybeth Green G. L. Bean C. D. Gwinn F. C. Larsen F. W. Schubert Herman Becks O A. Gwinn E. F. Lussier A. E. Scott L. Brownton G W. Hahn N. A. Lussier E. M. Setzer F. C. Bettencourt F. H. Hare I. A. Marshall I. G. Sharp C. E. Chappell L. A. Hewitt M. S. Marshall W. F. Sharp G. W. Cowden L. Huherty E. H. Mauk W. G. Shefter R. Cowden G. A. Hughes M. Martin C. H. Showalter C. W. Craig D. O. Iackson G. S. Millherry P. L. Sisson A. De Ferrari A. Iohnson I. V. Mitchell G. E. Steninger S. F. Erpf C. W. Iohnson I. Nuckolls E. V. Street E. W. Ferber H. M. Iohnson R. Railsbaclc G. H. Terwilliger E. M. Finger I. F. Iohnson D. Ransdell K. F. Terwilliger W. C. Fleming A. I. Kerr I-I. E. Ridnour V. V. Ushanoft H. E. Frisbee R. Losee A. F. I. Ries F. Wolfsohn I. R. Gill A. L. Lunblad W. B. Ryder I. L. Zappettini R. C. Zeisz ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS IUNIORS Russell H. Augsburger I. Hechtman Perry Beeson Maurice Green Carroll H. Berryman C. Stanley Lawrence Carl R. Ekholm Herbert Little Charles Dodge Iohn S. Rathbone M. George Tsulcasaki Harley Fremming Charles Smith Albert Worsley Lc1rry's been on o diet. ls it sterile? Bool! Chief Steak Burner. Worc'ls ictil me . . . Ctot' 15 mimilosl. The Deli Formal. What would develop il the Suspenders let qo? How did this qet in here? 'Y mwziii f E12 . T Q C WWW! .L 5 5 me Publicity hounds. Getting the cold dope. Woit until he does the work ot home! It must be the music. The Golden Rule. Where it goes, nobody knows. You have to work hcrrd to be in the Foil Contest! .....,, e ,I-ew. . U MW N-Mu. - M, .-.i This is what a night clerk does in the daytime. Whataya givin' me, Numbahs? Payne goes West. Sweetie-Bley wuts the finger on Confuscius, Ir. Zip Sweat Shop. Three's a crowd! The Prosh get their first look. Iune in January. Have you turned in your Study List? Wake up! I-le's got his eye on you. Anoiher special assignment is worked off. A Senior Class, and you don'l know . . . Taking inventory. The new Dell Lab. Push the compound up! Which mouth is getting the greater workout Ali Baba is behind the steps. Oh, lohnny! That will be exactly 33350.00 Heh-heh! Frosh political prisoner. Hold that iiqer! f XA l ,fx V , y -A 3 X Vinum Mum MEDIUM EENHH 1 - -AW' f 1 if 1 'nw Egg - Q, ,z .lggl .ucwilf ,A .' , , mfsigif 53 ii ,E F . -g., FACULTY SENIOR CLASS ADMIINHSTRATHUN ' D' F , , , , w W , , , y' H W S52 4 " ' P fl 5 v T Ra, 12 Umar. ,. W gf, Y: - P wi H if Q A +1 A ,, 'V , 1 ,V - 4 -'i www - f mf' gf gp fee 1 W Q' fl N 'J Y ,, L 1 H ' I , W. , N V' M N W E: awww my A .W N , Nu - 1 GF ' nf em. i x A B-1. ,,V Q If-f. ,Z FRANK W. LYNCH, M. D. xii-wow: P LUCIA MD- f? ' 1 y NAEQZIGER, M2433 pin 1221221 x if . SAL ' ' A , 1 ,BANCHS s. SMYTH, M D M 1 Ln .ff CHAUN 1' gm D. LEAKE, Pm. SAXTON T. POPE, M. D. IOHN B. SAUNDERS, M, D gew if LE ROY C. ABBOTT. M- D- uv ' H w H f 4 1 Nu H VVILLIAM I. KERR. M. D. KARL ff. MEYER. Ph.D, sem of We 9 LeROY C. ABBOTT, M.D. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 9 LAUREN V. ACKERMAN, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Medicine 9 ROBERT B. AIRD, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Surgery 9 FRANK W. ALLEN, A.B., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 9 HERBERT W. ALLEN, B.S., M.D. Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 R. EMMETT ALLEN, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 THEODORE L. ALTI-IAUSEN, A.B., M.A., M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine 9 PHILIP H. ARNOT, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology 9 DOROTHY W. ATKINSON, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 FRANCES BAKER, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery Director of Physical Therapy Department, University Hospital 9 EDWIN I. BARTLETT, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery and Pathology 9 A. MERTON BASSETT, A.B., M.D. Research Assistant in Medicine 9 ALVIN I. BAYLEY, M.D., Colonel, Medical Corps, U. S. Army Professor of MedicofMilitary Science and Tactics 9 H. GLENN BELL, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Surgery 9 DUDLEY W. BENNETT, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 ELBRIDGE I. BEST, B.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 A. CRAWFORD BOST, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 9 FREDERICK C. BOST, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 9 MARY E. BOTSFORD, M.D. Clinical Professor of Anaesthesia, Emeritus 9 OLGA L. BRIDGMAN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D.L Sc.D. Professor of Psychology and Pediatrics 9 LeROY H. BRIGGS, M.D. Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 HOWARD A. BROWN, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery 9 EDWIN L. BRUCK, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 FREDERICK S. BRUCKMAN, A.B., MS., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 HAROLD BRUNN, M.D. Clinical Professor of Surgery 9 LLOYD BRYAN, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Roentgenology 9 LEONARD W. BUCK, B.S., M.S., M.D. Lecturer in Pathology Curator of the Pathological Museum 9 EDWARD C. BULL, B.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 9 RALEIGH W. BURLINGAME, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics 9 THEODORE C. BURNETT, M.D. Associate Professor of Physiology, Emeritus ' I 9 CURLE L. CALLANDER, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery and Topographical Anatomy 9 PAUL S. CAMPICHE, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery 9 CHARLES S. CAPP, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 9 WILLIAM E. CARTER, M.D. Director, Out-Patient Department 9 IESSE L. CARR, B.S., M.D. Assistant Professor of Pathology 9 I. I... CI-IAIKOFF, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Associate Professor of Physiology 9 SIDNEY L. CHAPPELL, M.D. Lieutenant-Colonel, Medical Corps, U. S. Army Lecturer in Psychiatry 9 AMOS U. CHRISTIE, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Pediatrics 9 CHARLES L. CONNOR, M.D. Professor of Pathology 9 SHERBURNE F. COOK, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physiology 9 FREDERICK C. CORDES, A.B., M.D. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 9 WALTER P, COVELL, Ph.D., M.D. Lecturer in Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology Assistant Professor of Research Medicine, Hooper Foundation 9 IOSEPH W. CRAWFORD, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 9 REX M. DAVENPORT Sgt. D.E.M.L.-Medical Dept., United States Army Assistant in Medico-Military Science and Tactics 9 ELIZABETH A. DAVIS, B.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine Associate Director, Medical Center, Student Hoalth Service 9 WILLIAM C. DEAMER, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Pediatrics 9 BRADFORD F. DEARING, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 9 IESSIE L. P. DELPRAT, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 F. STANLEY DURIE Assistant Comptroller and Superintendent, University Hospital 9 GEORGE E. EBRIGHT, M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 NORMAN N. EPSTEIN, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology 9 HERBERT M. EVANS, B.S., M.D., D.Med. h.c. tFreihurgt Professor of Anatomy Morris Herzstein Professor of Biology Director of the Institute of Experimental Biology 9 ERNEST H. FALCONER, C.M., M.D. Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 HOWARD W. FLEMING, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery 9 FREDERICK S. FOOTE, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery 9 WALTER S. FRANKLIN, M.D. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 9 BENIAMIN L. FREEDLANDER, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 IACOB FROSTIG, M.D. Lecturer and Research Associate in Psychiatry 9 I. CASSON GEIGER, A.B., M.A., M.D., Dr.P.l-l. Clinical Professor of Epidemiology Sahara! of Afecficme U CLAIN F. GELSTON, B.S., M.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 9 PAUL A. GLIEBE, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 0 LEON GOLDMAN, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Surgery 0 DAVID M. GREENBERG, A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biochemistry 9 OTTO E. GUTTENTAG, M.D. Assistant Professor of Homeopathic Medicine 9 SYLVAN L. HAAS, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 9 KEENE O. HALDEMAN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 0 WILLIAM B. HALL, B.S. Assistant Superintendent, University Hospital ' LLOYD E. HARDGRAVE, M.D. ' Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 0 RICHARD W. HARVEY, B.S., MS., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology 0 CHARLES T. HAYDEN, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology 9 EVELYN ANDERSON HAYMAKER, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine 0 WEBB HAYMAKER, M.Sc., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology Lecturer in Neuroanatomy 0 GORDON E. HEIN, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine 0 GEORGE C. HENSEL, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 0 FRANK HINMAN, A.B., M.D. Clinical Professor of Urology 0 MERVYN H. HIRSCI-IFELD, B.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology ' CARL L. I-IOAG, B.S., M.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery 0 WARREN D. HORNER, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 0 ALBERT I. HOUSTON, B.L., M.D. Clinical Professor of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, Emeritus ' CLARK M. IOHNSON, M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Urology ' HERBERT G. IOHNSTONE, A,B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 0 OTTIWELL W. IONES, IR., M.D. Associate Professor of Surgery ' MARY F. KAVANAGH, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Anaesthesia 0 WILFRED H. KELLOGG, Ph.G., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Preventive Medicine 0 WILLIAM I. KERR, B.S., M.D. Professor of Medicine 0 WILLIAM A. KEY, B.S., MD. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 0 ALSON R. KILGORE, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery 0 EUGENE S. KILGORE, B.S., M.D. Clinical Professor of Medicine 0 PAUL L. KIRK, MS., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biochemistry 0 KUNISADA KIYASU, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics U FRED H. KRUSE. B.S., M.D. Clinical Professor of Medicine IOHN B, LAGEN, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology lOl-IN H. LAWRENCE, M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine CHAUNCEY D. LEAKE, Litt.B., M.S., Ph.D. Librarian of the Medical School Library Lecturer in Medical History and Bibliography Professor of Pharmacology MILTON B. LENNON, A.B., M.A., M.D. Clinical Professor of Neurology FRED G. LINDE, B.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery HANS LISSER, A.B., M.D. Clinical Professor of Medicine WILLIAM P. LUCAS, A.B., M.D., LL.D. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics SALVATORE P. LUCIA, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine Lecturer in Medical History and Bibliography FRANK W. LYNCH, A.B., M.D. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology WILLIAM R. LYONS, M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Anatomy HOWARD H. MARKEL, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery MAX S. MARSHALL, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Bacteriology ROBERT C, MARTIN, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology ALICE F. MAXWELL, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology STANLEY H. MENTZER, M.S., MD. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery STACY R. METTIER, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine KARL F. MEYER, A.B., Dr.Phil. lZurichl. Dr.Med. l'i.c. ffZurichJ Professor of Bacteriology Director of the George Williams Hooper Foundation Director of Curricula in Public Health PAUL MICHAEL, B.S., M.D. Associate in Pathology HIRAM E. MILLER, A.B., M.D. Clinical Professor of Dermatology HERBERT C. MOFFITT, B.S., M.D., LL.D., D.Sc. Clinical Professor of Medicine, Emeritus M. LAURENCE MONTGOMERY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery ROBERT O. MOODY, B.S., M.D. Professor of Anatomy, Emeritus WILLIAM G. MOORE. M.D. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology MYRL MORRIS, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics LEWIS F. MORRISON, A.B., M.A., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology HOWARD MORROW, M.D. Clinical Professor of Dermatology DANIEL G. MORTON, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology THOMAS F. MULLEN, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery EDWARD L. MUNSON, A.B., M.A., M.D. Brigadier General, U. S. Army fretiredl Professor of Preventive Medicine, Emeritus sarwrrfw H 9 EDGAR I. MUNTER, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 HOWARD C. NAFFZIGER, B.S., M.S., M.D. Professor of Surgery 9 ERIC OGDEN, B.Sc. fLondonI, M.R.C.S. tEnglandI, L.R.C.P. fLondonI Assistant Professor of Physiology 9 IAMES M. D. OLMSTED, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Physiology 9 SIDNEY OLSEN, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology 9 ISABELLA H. PERRY, M.D. Assistant Professor of Pathology 9 LIONEL P. PLAYER, M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Urology 9 VACLAV H. PODSTATA, M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 9 SAXTON T. POPE, M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine Director, Medical Center, Student Health Service 9 LANGLEY PORTER, B.S., IvI.D., M.R.C.S. tEnglandJ, L.R.C.P. fLondonI Professor of Medicine Lecturer in Medical History and Bibliography 9 HARTZELL H. RAY, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 9 ALFRED C. REED. A.B., M.D. Professor of Tropical Medicine 9 IOHN D. REESE, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Professor of Anatomy 9 WILLIAM A. REILLY, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 9 RAYMOND I. REITZEL, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 GEORGE K. RHODES, B.S., M.D, Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery 9 IAMES P. RINEHART, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology 9 FRANCIS I. ROCHEX, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 ESTHER ROSENCRANTZ, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine Lecturer in Medical History and Bibliography 9 HO'-NARD E. RUGGLES, A.B., M.D. Clinical Professor of Roentgenology 9 GLANVILLE Y. RUSK, A.B., M.D. Professor of Pathology 9 IOHN I. SAMPSON, A.B., M.A., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine 9 IOI-IN B. de C. M. SAUNDERS, M.B., Cl1.B., F.R.C.S. fEdin.i Professor of Anatomy Lecturer in Medical History and Bibliography 9 CARL L. A. SCHMIDT, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Biochemistry Dean of the College of Pharmacy 9 L. S. SCHMITT, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine 9 MARGARET SCHULZE, B.S., M.S., M.D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pathology I U I IRWIN C. SCHUMACHER, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine Director of the Clinical Laboratory, University Hospital HENRY H. SEARLS, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Surgery EDWARD B. SHAW, A.B., M.A., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics I-I. CLARE SHEPARDSON, A.B., M,A., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine SIDNEY I. Sl-IIPMAN, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine NATHAN W, SHOCK, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physiology, Institute of Child Welfare MIRIAM E. SIMPSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Associate Professor of Anatomy WALLACE B. SMITH, M.D. Clinical Professor of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology FRANCIS S. SMYTH, A.B., M.A., M.D. Professor of Pediatrics MAYO H. SOLEY, B.S., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology H. BRODIE STEPHENS, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery ROBERT S. STONE, A.B., M.A., M.B., M.D. Professor of Roentgenology EDWARD S. SUNDSTROEM, M.D. Associate Professor of Biochemistry LAURENCE TAUSSIG, A.B., M.A., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology DAVID A. TAYLOR, Ph.G., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology WALLACE I. TERRY, B.S., M.D. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Emeritus EDWARD W. TWITCHELL. M.D. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry ERNEST L. WALKER, B.A.S., S.B., S.D. Professor of Tropical Medicine ROBERTSON WARD, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery ALANSON WEEKS, M.D. Clinical Professor of Surgery, Emeritus EMMA K. WILLITS, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery ERNEST WOLFF, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics DOROTHY A. WOOD, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Anaesthesia Chief Anaesthetist, University Hospital MONTAGUE S. WOOLF, B.S., M.A., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery I. HOMER WOOLSEY, B.S., M.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery AGNES L. TERRY. A.B. Assistant to the Dean RALPH SWEET Medical Illustrator First Row: A. Young, I. Cadrenal, W. Vasquez, F. Lones, A. Solcol, N. Demokopolus, M. Gordon. Second Row: M. Fenmore, I. Higuchi, H. Swerloff, S. Chin, Iim, I. Key, A. Harris. Third Row: P. Rubin, S. Kimura, H. Harrison, M. Nahmcm, I. Davis, H. Levitt. Fourth Row: E. Bickle. l. Clark, E. Reese, B. Freedman, D. Zealer, M. Spetz, I. Qahn, B. Godwin, S. Steindel, T. Diller, A. Chartoclc, E. Alberton, I. Ogura, S. Rosenthal, T. Ward, T. Sugrayme. Fifth Row: I.. Newhall, I. Arons, A. Mendelson, S. I. Popovich, L. Baer, L. Bennett, D. Price, W. Carpenter, H. Moon, F. Sooy. Semen QZMA President . . FRANK LONES Vice President . . ULRICH FRITSCHI Secretary . . MORTON NP-.HMAN The class of '40 finishing its formal education looks l longingly back and hopefully forward. We have F. LONES learned much but more important we have been taught the realization of our insignificance. We have gratefully received inspiration from those who offered it. Many friendships and pleasant associa- tions have been given us as a result of our common - bond. Of our outside activities, though small in num- ber, such events as the Cutter dinner, baseball games across the bay, military camp, and the Senior Play give happy inspiration to the occasional monot- ony of our schooling. We hope the efforts of our in- structors have not been in vain and that We may some day repay them and our school by our achievements. M. NAHMAN U. PRITSCHI IUNIOR CLASS SOPHGMORE CLASS CLASSES Left to right-Front Row: Engle. Second Row: G. Barnett, I. Teshima, l. Hamlin, M. Gibbons, W. Hewitt, P. Edwards, L. Brizzolara, H. Randle, C. Tsunekawa. Third Row: L. Collins, E. Davis, . Chester, G. Eliassen, T. Feichtmier, M, Covel, I. Morgan. Fourth Row: C. Warner, M. Garthwaite . Fisher, E. Iamison, N. Elzey, R. Main. Filth Row: P. Yarnauchi, A. Pendleton, A. Parker, D. Cheek Patt, B. Kahn. Sixth Row: E. Dean, M. Linden, O. Vanucci, H. Wolienden, B. Weil, A. Sieqal . Schlichtmann, G. Kent, S. Soholt, A. Isaacson, A. Baritell. Seventh Row: G. King, I. Tynan . Weinberger, W. Hill, I. Fusco, H. Silver, A. Gazin, R. Crede, H. Bischoff. zapaw 1 1 1 1 wmmgfma President . . . . CHARVET Secretary . . PHYLLIS EDWARDS Treasurer . . LOUIS BRIZZOLARA The Iunior Class was organized early in its Fresh- man year with Charvet, Brizzolari, and Edwards at the controls. Starting with sixty-five members we - ,, have maintained the high number of sixty-seven. Five were married at th estart and tive more have since taken the vows. The Freshman year was most active with intra- mural teams in handball and basketball. ln Intra- mural football the east half of the class managed to cripple the West. History of Medicine social functions predominated throug hthe Freshman and Sophomore years. The Cutter Laboratory banquet will never be forgotten. The lunior year has been conspicuous with the ab- sence ot social activities due to the heavy program at the County Hospital. The class is looking forward now to its fourth year work when time will be spent in clinics at the U.C. Hospital. PHYLLIS EDWARDS LOUIS BRIZZOLARA Left to right-Front Row: Wheeler, Williams, Katz, Stern, Feinfeld, Mendle, Butler, Silverman, Covell. Second Row: Left, Ryan, Goldman, Wassermann, Finkelstein, Morrison, Muryama, Gibbs. Third Row: Haugen, Gershanov, Eder, Clark, Schneiderman, Lehner, Abrahms. Fourth Row: Holloway, Shimizu, Mauer, Atwell, Sherman, Leeper, Davis, Goddard, Newton. Fifth Row: Sander, Craycroft, Akimoto, Iohnson, Zinn, Hasegawa, Bayse, Smith, Abelson, Edmeister. Last Row: Moore, Woodburn, Boverman, Ferrier, lngala, Vaughan, Ziegler, Fe-ldhym, Blum. i S GMA A President . . . IERRY G. MOORE Vice President . . ROBERT B. ZIEGLEH Secretary-Treasurer . . MAX BOVERMAN A close spirit of cooperation and harmony has l done much to make their first two years of medical training extremely enjoyable ones for the Sophomore Class. The class was fortunate in that it was unified under capable officers very early in the first year, and behind this leadership the class has very satis- factorily combined a dash of social life with its medicine. During the first year a number of informal parties were held, highlighted at the end of each semester by a large banquet. To usher in the second year a very successful barbecue and dance was given, followed a few weeks later by an informal party. The social highlight of the second year thus far was the annual Cutter Laboratory party which is an unforgettable event in the life of every U.C. Medical student. These various social activities have done much to unify the class and have better enabled its members to work together in close cooperation, which has helped the whole class to do better work. With such an auspicious beginning the Sophomores are look- ing forward to the second half of their medical train- t ing with enthusiasm and eagerness. JERRY MOORE ROBERT ZIEGLER MAX BOWMAN PHI CHI NU SIGMA NU ALPHA ICAPPA ICAPPA ALPHA EPSILON IOTA PHI DELTA EPSILON SNAP SHOTS X ACTIVITIES Leit to right-Top Row: Lones, Newhall, Price, Sanfilippo, Word, Bischoff. Bottom Row Fisher Gibbons, Iamison, King, Morgan, Tynan. Phi Chi founded, March 31, 1889-65 Chapters. Pi Delta Phi Chapter founded, Ianuary l, 1909. Presiding Senior . PHILIP I. SANFILLIPO Presiding lunior . . . CARL FISHER Treasurer . IAMES C. TYNAN Secretary . . LOUIS SANDER FACULTY ASSOCIATES Paul Ashton Edwin I. Bartlett T. Floyd Bell Perry Benar Curle L. Callander Felix Cunha Richard I. Duggan Clinton V. Ervin, lr. Auguste E. Gauthier Leroy K. Gay Edgar L. Gilcrest Keene O. Haldeman Webb E. Haymaker George C. Hensel Ottiwell W. Iones, Ir. William A. Key Iohn H. Lawrence Maurice E. Leonard Stanley I-I. Mentzer Hcxrtzell H. Ray Iohn D. Reese Raymond I. Reitzel George K. Rhodes lames W. Sherill Henry L. Silvani Wallace B. Smith Francis S. Smythe Robert A. Steven Ernest L. Walker Henry M. Weyrauch Ir 1 M f.. Q 1 -Q3 - Xe at f , 1 - aff C ff- f .Ll 4 it Q Y lags' if ., '- it 'flue Left to right-Top Row: Gibbs, Grant, Haugan, l-lolloWgY. lohnson. Bottom Row: Leeper, Sander, Sherman, Vaughan, Ziegler, Zinn. PM QM ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS Frank Lones Luther Newhall David E. Price Philip I. Sanfilippo Thomas Ward SOPHOMORES Robert Bethel Gordon Gibbs Donald Grant Norman Haugan I, Fenton Holloway Richard L. Iohnson Roy Leeper Campbell McCullough Louis Sander Robert S. Sherman, lr. Robert A. Vaughan Robert B. Ziegler Charles McKinney Willard I. Zinn IUNIORS Harold Bischoff Carl Fisher Ellis larnison Gordon G. King Ross M. Gibbons lohn A. Morgan James C. Tynan F R E S H M E N lame-S Benn Warren Merrill Gordon Gundelfinger lack Philp Harley Gunderson Dino Fanucchi Robert Porter Lowell Sieber r B, N.,-an Lett to Right-Top Row: W. Carpenter, N. Demakopaulus, U. Fritschi, R. Goodwin. Bottom Row: H. Harrison, S. Popovich, F. Sooy, S. Chester. flfu flfn 1495 Fourth Avenue Founded at the University ot Michigan, 1882. Phi Chapter established in 1900-Thirty-eight chapters. President ...... ROBERT W. GODWIN Vice-President . . WALTER F. CARPENTER Treasurer . . . . FRANCIS A. SOOY Secretary ....... ROBERT B. ENGLE Herbert W. Allen Phillip H. Arnot Alexander G. Bartlett H. Glenn Bell Dudley W. Bennett A. Crawford Bost Frederic C. Bost LeRoy H. Briggs Howard A. Brown Edwin L. Bruck Leonard W. Buck Iesse L. Carr Francis F. Chamberlain Amos U. Christie Frederick C. Cordes Herbert D. Crall William C. Deamer Bradford F. Dearing Herbert M. Evans UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Howard W. Fleming Walter S. Franklin Richard D. Friedlander Lloyd E. Hardgrave Richard W. Harvey Warren D. Homer William I. Kerr Fred H. Kruse Robert T. Leqge Milton B. Lennon Thomas I. Lennon Fred G. Linde Hans Lisser William P. Lucas Frank W. Lynch George I. McChesney Horace I. McCorkle Robert C. Martin Stacy R. Mettier Herbert C. Mofiitt Adelbert M. Moody William G. Moore Clayton D. Mote Howard C. Haffziger F. G. Novy V. H. Podstata Langley S. Porter Albert H. Rowe Glanville Y. Rusk Irvin C. Schumacher Edward B. Shaw H. Clare Shepardson Daniel W. Sooy Edward W. Twitchell Iohn R. Upton Robertson Ward I. Homer Woolsey ,uw M 55233-if ff' , dawg 'tit' 2: Gnu, Viz .. -H M. ' Left to Right-Top Row: C. Collins, R. Crede, N. Elzey, R. Engle. Bottom Row: G. Warner, I. Basye, P. Ferrier, G. Moore. flfa fifn SENIORS IUNIORS Walter F. Carpenter Nicholas Demakopaulos Robert W. Godwin Ulrich A. Harry L. Harrison Stephen I. Popovich Francis A. Sooy Fritschi S O P H O M O R E S Iames A. Basye Edwin O. Wheeler Philip K. Ferrier Alden D. White Ierry G. Moore Owen L. Williams August L. Baritell Leonard W. Charvet Spencer T. Chester Charles L. Collins Robert H. Crede Neil D. Elzey Robert B. Engle lohn Fusco Iohn W. Hamlin William L. Hewitt George F. Warner FRESHMEN Henry Albronda Allan Barbour Phillip Dunford E. Kahle Fawcett Iohn Lingenfelder Donald Miller Iohn Miller George W. Oier Donald Watts 4 y 4 iw Hrs: - ' HE fi ii - r. 5 ' ,915 - li , M ,:ur:.'s. . Left to right-Top Row: Zealear Hansen Fulton Hill Soholt Brizzolara. Bottom Row: Feichtmier 1 1 4 1 Vannucci, Butler, Davis, Goddard, Newton. 100 Iudah Street, San Francisco President . STANLEY SOHOLT Vice-President . , OLIVER VANNUCCI Treasurer . . . . PAUL GODDARD Corresponding Secretary . AMOS BUTLER Recording Secretary . . WALTER HILL LeRoy C. Abbott Robert B. Aird Carl E. Anderson A. Merton Bassett Elbridge I. Best Zera E. Bolin Daniel W. Boudett William Brock Iohn W'. Brown Lloyd Bryan Edward C. Bull Edmond D. Butler C. Kelly Canelo William A. Carroll Edward G. Clausen Ernest W. Cleary UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Martin W. Debenham C. Allen Dickie Victor M. Dillon George E. Ebright lames S. Elliot Ernest H. Falconer Frederick S. Foote Clain F. Gelston Gordon E. Hein Iohn R. Henry Carl L. Hoag Matthew N. Hosmer Verne T. Inman Russell F. Iaekle Wilfred H. Kellogg Alson R. Kilgore SENIORS David Zealear Wayne Hansen Lee Fulton SOPHOMORES Amos Butler Aaron Davis Paul Goddard Robert Iamison Paul Newton Ivan Edmister Robert Holmes Robert Ray Iohn Hollister Eugene S, Kilgore Albert P. Krueger Iohn B, Lagen Isador E. Le Duc Stuart Lindsay Salvator P. Lucia Arthur I. McDowell Donald A. MacFarlane Howard H. Markel Hiram E. Miller Robert O. Moody Howard Morrow Sydney Olsen George Pierce Saxton T. Pope lohn F. Quinlan William A. Reilly T. Eric Reynolds Henry H. Searls George F. Sherman Donald Smith Mayo H. Soley Ralph Soto-Hall Bertram Stone Iohn I. Sullivan David A. Taylor George E. Tucker Morrell E. Vecki Albert M. Vollmer Alanson Weeks Montague S. Vtfoolf IUNIORS Walter Hill Louis Brizzolara Oliver Vannucci Stanley Soholt Thomas F eichtmier F R E S H M E N Donald Carpenter Thomas Meagher Robert Palmer PLEDGES Fred Pletta Glen Kent George Eliassen Prescott Thompson Ray Main William Graham Helmut Feska :E gg, Q it msg, em E T ' B S8 A B 'H ,,,, H .: 3: S: E E W , :.. is A selrrmt K., X , M Kgs msg, - Q H w as Q H F X H' H R, s W E ' E Xa is E E n H I, gains it H my M H K mlm HL :. is B si Xt S8 :E H - " ' ,.,.,., 2, K E E fl H EQ "lr 2' "L 'X H xr Jiri st 2 - ,Ig ' H EE 2 Q-'S H P' W . ..... t . E H it Q 'X W -t its ,1 E S .- ar 1. ------- - 1 xl E yew 9 Q wg f ...,. :gs .. wa... . sf ,fi pg- ,K E , it E His M E A H s - ,. 5" , s -f U I ., 1 i E uuzv HV 2 , E .... ' s ' Y 'a , W lx ' :.. E -P E 4- 1 my L I Y- + . I M I My ' '- s .. .,. A 35- M ,,, E:, , . X ' 2 ' -- .. 'JAR 2 ' 't If: 't ' t H it 'i' .. ' - ' - 5 it v. . .. E :.. , W V . Q ' . H as , W att 'Q 'Q F 1 H ' Q S if H . H s S me H B ' ' , - . .,. IQ! ij" "',., .,.Q E A Q I K - 3 - , H "jjQ :.:- -it E E its -E - E . 'tr w E E L, " H - ju ,I K . . M Aw t lp -A .J r A-4 L Left to Right-Top: C. Baer, E. Bickle, E. Reese, M. Spezt, M. Garthwaite, A. Parker, A. Pendleton Bottom: B. Rittenbera, H. Vtlolienden, M. Clark, M. Lehner, E. Maurer, L. Morison, D. Woodburn Hipaa Zfwbfcw fella Address-U.C. Hospital. A.E.I. was founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1890. Number of Chapters, 20. Iota Chapter founded, 1905. UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dorothy Atkinson, M.D. Frances Baker, M.D. losephine Borson, M.D. Ellen Brown, M.D. Evelyn Anderson Haymaker, M.D. Eugenia Herron, M.D. Dorothy Horstrnann Portia Hume, M.D. Elizabeth Heald Carpenter, M.DMary Kavanauqh, M.D. Elizabeth Davis, M.D. Iessie Delprat, M.D. Olive Erickson, M.D. Grace Gunn, M.D. Phyllis Harroun, M.D. Frances Keclclie, M.D. Clara Kohls, M.D. Katherine Leicester, M.D. Alice Maxwell, M.D. Myrl Morris, M.D. Mary Olney, M.D. Isabella Perry, M.D. Angelina Piscitelli, M.D. Alice Potter, M.D. Esther Rosencrantz, M.D. Margaret Schulze, M.D. Gertrude Mitchell Smart Dorothy Sproul, M.D. Ellen Stadrnuller, M.D. I-luldah Thelander, M.D. Frances Torrey, M.D. M.D. S E N I O R S Charlotte Baer Elizabeth Lodge Rees Elsa Bickel Marseille Spetz, President S O P H O M O R E S Neva Abelson Bertha Akimoto Susanna Atwell Mary Clark Marie Lehner Esther Maurer Louise Morrison Etsuko Murayama Dixie Woodburn IUNIORS Mary Garthwaite Adeline Pendleton, Secreta Alberta Parker Beatrice Rittenberq Helen Woltenden, Vice-President PRESHMEN Helen Leonard Catherine Cline Sumiko Matsumoto Elizabeth Eichbauer Lois Wallis leanne Ingalls Left to right-Top Row: Krons, Barnett, Capranel, Chartock, Freedman. Middle Row: Greenhood, Harris, Key, Levitt, Ovsey, Rosenthal. Bottom Row: Sokol, Steindel, Swerdloif, Covel, Davis, Isaacson. Phi Delta Epsilon founded Cornell, l904. President . . Vice President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Senator . Marshall . Historian . SENIORS Ioseph I. Arons Ioseph Cadranel Abraham Chartock Edmund C. Alberton Milton Gordon Herbert Greenhood Alvin I. Harris Jules M. Key Harry Levitt Lionel Ovsey Samuel Rosenthel Archer I. Sokol Samuel Steindel Harold Swerdlolf Bernard Freedman, IUN Garfield Barnett Harold Birnbaum Martin Covel Sidney Davis Alvin Isaacson IORS Howard Patt Harold Y. Randle Henry Silver Bernard I. Weil Howard I. Weinberger . HAROLD SWERDLOFF . EDMUND ALBERTON . ALVIN I. HARRIS . . ARCHER SOKOL . BERNARD FRIEDMAN . MILTON GORDON . WALTER TASEM S O P H O M O R E S Mitchell Covel Hilliard Katz David Eder Walter Leif Arthur Feinfeld Robert A. Menclle Leland Roy Felclheym Abraham Schneidermat Melvin Finkelstein William A. 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Mendle, A. Schmeiderrnan, A. Silverman, D. Wasserman. hzibeliaf' UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Abraham Bernstein, M.D. Gerson Biskind, M.D. Allan Cohn, M.D. Samuel Chon, M.D. Iohn Diamond, M.D. Norman Epstein, M.D. Harris M. Fishbon, M.D. , Benjamin Freedlander, M.D. Lewis Grodsky, M.D. Rubin L. Gold, M.D. Samuel Hurwitz, M.D. Jerome Koniqsberg, M.D. Sidney Zuckerman, M.D. Edward Levin, M.D. Joseph Levitin, M.D. Sanford Levy, M.D. George Piness, M.D. I. Maurice Robinson, M.D. David Sinqman, M.D. Iacob Smith, M.D. August Spiialny, M.D. Norman Sweet, M.D. William Weiner Alfred S. White, M.D. Daniel Yellin, M.D. 1. Prexy and Lim. 2. cmd 3. Lecture in Toicxnd Hull. 4. Camp Lewis. 5. Army life. 6. Dr. Connor. 7. Dr. Lecke experiments. Sole-y watches. 8. N czhmczn-poet laureate. F' is Vitamin D. Thomas splints-by Kciy, Ch Sokol, Steindel, Chcrriock. Harry. ' Dog lives, Nickie smiles. Bernie at the "couniIy". Dr. Miller shows 'em. Clark. inn, Hiquchi. x ss ss a .4 5. 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NEWTQN, RN-.B-S-1 M11 1 MARfORIE HUXLEYI RN as i f PEABL 1 1 1, - MUTE, RN., B181 253. 3 wir, H ww' w :X w M 1 Hz: A mn fx um, 5 1 W I - 1 ' - . - ' 'Q ,:gA.,,..,Q-,553-:: A , M ,31gf?i?l11 TI RN Bs. ALICEE INGMIRE I I ' 'I A X ' , B.N., ff, Bmg+:R1CE LQPGHENI R-N-' BS' AGNES MOPPAT, HN., B 511393. M, jf ,, f'fi3'i?if?':U' i5 W. fl .S W ww ,m.W 1' , ,, E X 1 M MUNSQN' R 'Nu 3-3, BN. FRANCES 'SULLIVAN ff 3 ROWENA BROWN, RN. - - Jai! , , 0 MARGARET A. TRACY, R.N., A.B., M.S. Director of the Training School for Nurses, Superintendent of Nurses, cmd Assistant Professor of Nursing Education 9 PEARL CASTILE, R.N.. A.B., M.A. Assistant Director oi the Training School for Nurses and Instructor in Nursing Education 0 HARRIET SHANER GUTERMUTE, R.N., B.S. Assistant Superintendent of Nurses 0 MILDRED E. NEWTON, R.N., B,S., M,A. Instructor in Nursing Education 0 M. OLWEN DAVIES, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing Education 0 MARY T. I-IARMS, R.N., B.S. Night Supervisor 0 MARIORIE HUXLEY, R.N. Supervisor of Nursing, Out-Patient Department Hmmm M 9 0 ELIZA C. AVELLAR, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Obstetrical Ward 0 HELEN MARY BABAYCO, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Operating Room 9 EILEEN MARY BRADY, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Children's Surgical Ward 0 IANE STACKHOUSE BROCK, R.N., A.B. Head Nurse, Medical Clinic, Out-Patient Department ' ROWENA BROWN, R.N. Assistant Night Supervisor 0 MARIE CAROLINE CALLAI-IAN, R.N., B.S. Prenatal Social Service, Head Nurse, Obstetrical, Gynecological and Neisserian Clinics, Out-Patient Department 0 FRANCES IESSIE DAY, R.N., B,S. Head Nurse, Women's Medical Ward 0 EVANGELINE BEATRICE EDLUND, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Luetic Clinic, Out-Patient Department 0 EMMA BERTOLUCCI FRANCIS, R.N. Head Nurse, Nursery 0 DOROTHY HELEN HADEN, R.N,, B,S. Head Nurse, Private Patient Unit 9 ALICE ARDEEN HENRY, R.N. Head Nurse, Medical Pediatric Ward ' CORA ELIZABETH IOHNSEN, R.N. Head Nurse, Solution Room 0 DOROTHY MARGARET KEANE, R.N. Head Nurse, Pediatric Clinic, Out-Patient Department 0 ANNE B. LENAERS, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Women's Surgical Ward 9 MARION FISHER MCCORKLE, R.N. Head Nurse, Admitting Unit f CHARLOTTE GRACE MCLAUGHLIN, R.N. Head Nurse, Dermatology Clinic, Out-Patient Department WINIFRED HAM INCERTI, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing Education and Supervisor of Surgical Nursing ALICE ELIZABETH INGMIRE, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing Education BEATRICE IRENE LOFGREN, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing Education and Supervisor of Medical Nursing AGNES MOFFAT, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing Education and Supervisor of Obstetrical and Gynecological Nursing BARBARA MUNSON, R.N., B.S., B.N. Instructor in Nursing Education and Supervisor ot Pediatric Nursing TIRZAH IANE SWEET, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing Education and Supervisor of Operating Room FRANCES SULLIVAN, R.N. Dormitory Director VARSING MARKARIAN, R.N. Head Nurse, Operating Room MASAE MORI, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Operating Room KAREN PAULINE MOURITSEN, R.N., B,S. Head Nurse, Surgical Clinic, Out-Patient Department RUTH O. NELSON, R.N. Head Nurse, Operating Room HELEN NORMAN, R.N., Head Nurse, Thoracic Clinic, Out-Patient Department MILDRED MARIE PERRY, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Men's Medical Ward PHYLLIS DECIMA ROSENTHAL, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Women's Urology Clinic, Out-Patient Department MARGARET GRACE SCI-IUPPICH, R,N., B.S. Head Nurse, Eye Clinic, Out-Patient Department EMILY SPANGLER, R.N. Night Supervisor LILLIAN LOUISE STELCK, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Orthopedic Clinic, Out-Patient Department EDYTHE IUNE SWETTERS, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Ear, Nose, and Throat Clinic, Out-Patient Department SOPHIE TRINCHARD, R,N. Head Nurse, Private Patient Unit NAOMI M. WEISS, R.N., B.N. Head Nurse, Men's Surgical Ward CARLA HANSEN WHITE, R.N. Head Nurse, Operating Room MERLE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, R.N., B.S. Head Nurse, Well-Baby Clinic, Out-Patient Department awww Mamiya mmf 74441450143 . .. 0 MARIORIE ATSATT, M.A. Lecturer in Social Economics 0 FRANCES BAKER, A.B., M.D. Director of Physical Therapy ' H. GLENN BELL, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Surgery ' GRACE BENSON Physiotherapist 0 GRACE BODENHAMER, A.B. Assistant in Home Economics 0 DANIEL W. BOUDETTE, A.B., M.D. Assistant in Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology ' ROBERT A. BURNS, B.S., M.D. Assistant in Urology ' GERALD G. GILL, A.B., M.D. Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery 0 HELEN GILLUM, Ph.D. .Assistant Professor of Home Economics 0 PAUL A. GLIEBE, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry ' IACOUES P. GRAY, M.P.H., M.D. Lecturer in Public Health 9 CHARLES T. HAYDEN, A.B., lVI.A., M.D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Nawmieci Wx 0 ALMA CHAMBERS, M.A. Supervisor, Whittier Nursery School 0 ELIZABETH DAVIS, B.S., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and Associate Director, Medical Center Student Health Service 0 SALLY HEITMAN, R.N., B.S. Superintendent of Nurses, Children's Hospital 0 MICHAEL l. HOGAN, M.D. Assistant in Ophthalmology 0 ALVINA HUESMAN, A.B. Assistant Dietitian 9 SAMUEL HURWITZ, M.D. Instructor in Pediatrics ' OTTIWELL W. IONES, Ir., M.D. Associate Professor of Surgery ' IOHN B. LAGEN, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology 0 MARY B. OLNEY, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Pediatrics 0 THOMAS C. POLSON, Ph.D. Lecturer in Educational Psychology 0 ALICE A. POTTER, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Pediatrics 0 DAVID A. SINGMAN, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Pathology ' MAYO H. SOLEY, B.S., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology 0 FRANCES A. TORREY, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Dermatology vztmwry... 0 HAROLD E. IONES, Ph.D. Director of the Institute of Child Welfare 0 ANN T. LAMB, B.S. Chief Dietitian, University Hospital ' CATHERINE LANDRETH, Ph.D. Director of the Nursery School, Institute of Child Welfare 0 HELEN REYNOLDS, R.N. Director, San Francisco Visiting Nurse Association -1- - - 1'--q , 1 - , U. C. NURSES HOME, SAN FRANCISCO U. C. HOSPITAL, SAN FRANCISCO 15- 4 'T' '31 :- l '-C it . 1' it 1 .7 -' -' -iq " 5 I its - t ,ft-7 it Hn' .Tl Lftssw-1 wg-',w if it E. PAYNE E. ANDERSON B. MCCLAIN D. POTTS President . . . ELOISE PAYNE Vice President . . ELEANOR ANDERSON Treasurer . . BARBARA MCCLAIN Secretary . . DOROTHY POTTS All three classes in the School of Nursing are united in the Student Body, whose activities and perplexing finances are gov- erned by the Executive Council. The year was begun with interest concentrated upon welcoming the Freshmen into the School and aiding in their orientation. The Big and Little Sisters were invaluable to the program outlined for acquainting the new students with their new environment. The Open House which followed, very successfully enabled the Freshmen to make contacts and broaden their acquaintances. This introduction was followed by a very busy social calendar including a Weiner Roast, Christmas Party and two Hotel Dances. During the year the lending library was substantially enlarged by purchases of modern fiction and gifts of magazines from the faculty. MARY KUHL ALICE FLYNN Seam Glam President . I . MARY KUHL Vice-President . . . ALICE FLYNN Secretary . . CAMILLA MARTIN 'Traditionally self-confident and awe-inspiring, the senior class grows senti- mental when considering its third year-that in which its two sections finally grow to be one. There are memories of Freshman tears and hopes: the lunior slump: first baths and deliveries: and dates with the Fraternities. It discovered the Coop and Irving Street: sun bathing on the roofg the call roomy night duty. lt has lived through the gruts. It has seen the house officers change and known the hospital grapevine. Gripe sessions have continued through the three years. When ward work and case studies and field trips have not interfered, there were class meetings and parties, the traditional Junior-SeniorVBanquet, and the presentation of a class play. ' Unofficially, the greatest enthusiam lay in a round oi announcement parties- weddings-and showers, both for brides and a mother-to-be. The class leaves to be scattered from San Francisco to the East Coast for further schooling. Some follow the romance of travel. Others will return to Cal for Public Health. However, many will stay here to practice nursing with their Alma Mater. Left to right-Top, Sixth Row: Crary, Miller, Hoeclcer, Trott, Baldwin, Seibel, Angell. Fifth Row: Cox Chandler, Derr, Hall, Iohnson, Peterson, Anderson. Fourth Row: Burley, Nelson, Graff, Crouch Farrell, Kune, Stough. Third Row: Kidrick, Lichty, Christopher, Kirkpatrick, Cole, Ehrennman, Bass Myhre, Second Row: Graves, McClain, Lee, Briar, Nishimura, Konoshima. Front, First Row: Griffith Ogawa, Richter, Krueger, Kubota, Yamada, Martinelli, Emerson. wnmaefaat President . . ELVA NELSON Vice-President . NORMA LICHTY Secretary . . MIRIAM DERR The Iunior Class successfully avoided the sym- toms ot "Second Year Confusion" by devoting a generous portion of its time to the activities planned for it by its officers. Members of the Class interested in vocalizing took part in the work offered by the Glee Club. By pro- viding Big Sisters, the Class was largely respon- sible ior the success oi the Student Body's orien- tation program for the incoming Freshmen. Dinners, shows and ice cream parties were held throughout the year. Birthdays and other anniversaries were celebrated. Officially, several activities had the spotlight, in- cluding a Skating Party Cneed We mention thatl, a Swim, a Card Party and a Radio Dance. The social year was closed by the delightful ban- quet Which the Iunior Class holds yearly to say goodby to the Senior Class. MIRIAM DERR NORMA LICHTY ELVA NELSON 1 1 '45 gg vm'-t,,," , , V. X y f I A, K AM H r sam I. 3 :ny 4 tx H :Ag.v?m I ,fx , , 5 ,W ,L ,E K 5 QL, it , . i r I 1 ef t I , it vi W., . ,fl 7 f A .... L xx 2 i X: Q ' 51, Wi 1:Zi"sf"' - - its Left to right-Front Row: Anderson, Watanabe, Denny, Frederick, Tyler, Walsh, Takiguchi. Second Row: Fishman, Ehlert, Hall, Wallace, Newell, Perrott, Sperry. Third Row: Safford, Gilmore, Gaskell, Livingston, Hodge, Zehnder, Spatz, I-Iilmer. Fourth Row: Hanzel, Simpson, McGuire, Parker, Soren- son, Mace, Langworthy. Fifth Row: Ferguson, Hodges, Gauzza, Eltott, Rothstein. Sixth Row: Grover, Knecht, GassawGY. lohnson, Olmstead, Lyons. 4 QZM4 President . . . . PATRICIA GROVER Vice-President . . ROBEHTA IEAN BYERS Secretary . . . MARY MACE Treasurer . ADA GAUZZA The understanding guidance of the Faculty and the genuine spirit of helpfulness shown by the Upper Classes enabled the Freshman Class to come through its first year with flying colors. In addition to giving its whole-hearted support to the Student Body functions, the Class sponsored two informal parties during the fall semester. A success- ful ice skating party marked the beginning of the New Year's activities. On March 27th, a Kid's Party, with Dorothy I-Iilmer as chairman, was given for the Faculty and Student Body. Everyone let down her hair, both literally and figuratively, and thoroughly enjoyed the games and refreshments. The F reshrnan Class enters its second year eagerly, but will always hold pleasant memories of its first days spent on the Medical Center Campus. PATRICIA GROVER ROBERTA BYERS ADA GAUZZA I2 - 45? 1 r 1 "T If J. A A., E Y 4. . Ia 11 ff fwwii 1!Mk2+fe?H r'-sq - 05 1-'ff P- QM 11 ,g2Q5:3' :w,,fW.- OH THAT NIGHT LIFE . DEL Ui- 09' ANNEX W--W-1-:rv W O R AFTE Q9 I 'o 'Y' IN 909' Q HOUQ . MOVE ULON T. W Srl HL GO T0 INDIA 1 5351 A PIN PR 105 N0 NN 0 FSA ID- FOR A NYTH NG! 447V N , E ,. -3 JE Q 5.411 -. " '- fe-fr :, ,. . ,. x Q ,-5+ , '5 K 3' E? , M , . -as-,gli-w 5 .V ,, ' W WNNJA aa. I ww X B . W 1 M x X i' 1. .Qin Y ' US, 2 E 5 '.'- 1 5,52 'fi . M, fr X X M. 'Q 'Q vw! "fail ' " M' Sn N? ' 'Q "Y ' ' - ffm ,V L , ,Q , S Q E , , ggi X if 1?i' -Q N E ' :T Hf.Q:fsi',. .- ' -5-"Fifi 'Efig Ll, - I "'v5ffv'f2, - A , . : . v- - , .- .. Q - W " M " .2-Jil "' " - Q'-5 2433 '- "" V 7, .vbL?l3"" X . -,QQ f-f 1" 'I B Esbfvfvmz A uvgis REFDESHING -- 'E 1 H, 214,23 'W W zz- , , I , ,T .iii ,, Y-, U I 2 A ' 3 emi 5N6lw3UODlE5 ADVANTAGES or sun ., . .,-W xv- .ww' A if ' fu 4, xy GL QW. ,A 4 , WW D 3 ., . Z1 T -0 :gms 'L Ml M V A -wg. V ,fm xy Y lil if Q P 11. 'ix - 3-'f' s ' "ff ':r . 1 'P' fi- 'f A if-:f an A D ON . ,, , ,,LW?L:f.a,4L, ii, 1' Q H rhlulll M Yin rv Aw Aim, U5 'mc rumen P1ONTHT.Y S ' 9 4 THE ADVERTISING STAFF OF THE 1940 MEDICAL CENTER WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS APPRECIATION TO THE ADVER- TISERS AND FRIENDS APPEARING IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THIS YEARBOOK. ALL SUBSCRIBERS TO THIS ANNUAL WILL RENDER THE STAFF AN INVALUABLE SERVICE BY PATRONIZING OUR ADVERTISERS WHENEVER SEEKING MATERIALS AND SERVICES. ADVERTISING STAFF ' alllllllllllllun... at n AUSTENAL WHEN YOU HAVE YOUR OWN PRACTICE, USE THE FACILITIES OF OUR LABORATORY Follow in the footsteps of many leading, successful dentists who have gone before you, and use the services of the Pacific Dental Laboratories to help build your practice. Send your cases to Pacific and be assured that they Will be con- structed by cornpetent craftsmen Who are skilled in the newest techniques. Our modern facilities include the special equipment for the processing of Vitallium dentures and the manufacture of lifelike Austenal Teeth. You are cordially invited to visit our laboratories at your con- venience and inspect our modern facilities and services. PACIFIC DENTAL LABORATORIES. INC. SUITE 826 450 SUTTER BUILDING SAN F RANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 'Trademarks Req. U. S. Pat. Off. ... MW .owne sf X MM,,-Wnrr .J-Y' zaunlrnll P, 'Ii gl, , A ,Q gags- t V Ji , ' " -- "fi 'Z' .ie ?kC7e?QE1,5'4f Y . . . and Caulk is ready with the assistance you want in the all- important job ot establishing your office. Through years of experi- ence, Working hand-in-hand with the profession, we can supply valuable advice on every question you will meet. For example: L 0 C G i' .i 0 I1 -We keep records of all con- ceivable statistical data of every possible location for a dental ofztice. For Ute -l an-'-'Wer to Fi 11 a n C i Il g-We can guide you clear ll W of unnecessary entangle- here db I ments. so fl'0.ln here ?,, E q u .i p m e 11 f-Our expert, impartial ad- 'See vice on equipment is yours R f th kin . A U or' e as Q 248 FLQQD BLDG rrangemenf-We ll help you plan for SAN F - maximum efficiency. RANCISCQ L ,,,A S L. EQI i ntln onli Ni oo E R N NMATE ki lALs -li CAlsl. o Nif- .I-It ' .L xl. '.i S42 X5 NA y ' . W ,, , , f , r - X 5-M ra Mtf " ei 'P4ll :m'r'!-'mf fw fr ff - up . ll QWQMW-f? Q'1'. fjjff Q jf ,r '-- l f ' X H q 2 - t W n il I 1 it N Nfl 1, W ,V I E," li fp!! ff l!! ",-. yjf f ii .4 xl - :V ,ll i.1 nit 4-,ezyfyc 3' ' '1' , ' A if f?'f - -.f x ff "X f jgg af 1 .1 --,e?i,,fE2fs- ,ei 1 1 , 2 - 7 jg ,ff -iss f' ,ii-ual' 4. ,Yi K1 5 r i - -- - W After you graduate . . .what? You are faced with the problem of establish- ing a successful practice. . .you must select the right location for yourself. . .you must plan your office so that it will be attractive in winning and holding your first patients . ..you must know the thousand and one little steps that go to make up the business side of your practiceg steps that are learned in most cases by the trial and error method ..... . . . . . unless you have the guidance of men who have taken all these steps the "hard way". Your way to a successful practice can be paved more easily if you take advantage of the many services which Ritter and your Rltter dealer can make available to ou .7 Through Ritteris statistical service and office planning division you are enabled to start right ..... But . . . after you open your own oilice with new Ritter equipment Ritter will see you through . . . by enabling you to start right, through its Practice Building Service in which nearly 10,000 dentists already have been en- rolled . . . a service that presents the funda- mental principles of building to a successful practice. Your Ritter dealer . . . or the Ritter represent- ative . . . will be glad to discuss all these factors . . . and also explain Ritter's liberal deferred payment plan. Bitter Dental Manufacturing Company, Inc. Ritter Park Rochester JN Y l882 - IQLLO Since i882 the Edwards Company has been serving students and graduates in their professional requirements. Many of the early graduates are still our Valued customers, and for this life- long friendship we are indeed grateful. We are looking forward to assisting the present graduating class in the important task of selecting their locations, planning their offices, and handling the many details connected with their new venture. lt is as pleasure to tell you that it is a tradition of this firm to prefer to conduct our business in the manner of friends and we are particular in choosing as members of our personnel people who like to be pleasant. Our depots are located in the five principal cities of Northern California, which permits us to give you an unexcelled service. Ask BILL YAGER to assist you with your problems. EDWARDS DENTAL SUDDLY COMPANY SAN FRANCISCO Fresno Oakland Sacramento San lose li' ' 7' - 1 W W fwdfr HAT WILL YIIURS SAY ABIIUT YIIU? Now, while you are planning your ollice, is the pertinent time to bear in mind that most of the patients who will come to you have, upon one or more occasions, visited some other dental office, and that the initial appointment with you IS the1r opportunity to compare you and your oHice with other dentists and dental offices they have known That you should strive to make these mental comparisons favor you 15 obvious, and it lies within your power to so mold them How? CORRECT PERSONAL APPEARANCE AFFABLE MANNER AN INVITING TASTEFULLY FURNISHED EFFICIENTLY ARRANGED OFFICE OPERATING EQUIPMENT 50 MODERN THAT IT COMMANDS ATTENTION AND INSPIRES CONFIDENCE We can help you create an office that will assure your patients that you are prepared and we extend a cordial invitation to use the services of our ofiice planning division This service is free and incurs no obligation of any nature Ask any distributor of S S White Dental equipment or write direct THE SSWHITE DENTAL MFG 12th Street Phlltxdelphm ...L- D- Q' llIIlllllllll""7! -nfl. Q? v Iv we 1 A the gb- It , gi THE MASTER UNIT DIAMOND CHAIR AND MODERN DENTISTRY ARE COMPATIBLES 'I 2 3 . . 4 X 211 s. , ' ' , Pa. I I Q,- if I IMI. 'if KIA ' l ' lys I, .. P gt pp f 7, S I hz , 'Q'-Y, I Q 'TL' ' K ' i - f i X N , 5 A f li p:-"' SMT! - -4 AND HALF THE RACE IS WON OTH in a race and in a career it is the start that counts - the jump ahead at the gun. In professional life, nothing is more important than the material you use. If you begin with the best obtainable, then you have laid a safe and sure foundation for a reputation for excellent work that will grow with the years. You'll be making many amalgam restorations, for which purpose nothing quite equals Aristaloy with its sized and graded microgranules, expansion within 8 to 10 microns, ease in mixing, carving and polishing and its inimitable ability to stay bright in the nlouth. We suggest our Combination Set No. 1 containing 5 ounces of Aristaloy, 1 pound of Spectropure mercury and a Baker adjustable Arislaloy Dispenser . . . all for S15.00. Ask your dealer to show it to you. Guaranteed only when bought from established dealers. BAKER SL CO., INC. 760 Market Street SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. NEWARK NEW YORK CHICAGO - -- s5fv1m1nnrfiwWQ A-. L- " f ' V S U T E R - FI N E Dental Instrument sl-IARPENER In 1940 . . . since 1833 . . . always offering . . . A COMPLETE SERVICE to all Pharmacists and every Drug Store . . from store entrance through prescription room . . daily through- out the year. MCKESSON G ROBBINS, INC. Langley-Michaels Division Fresno San Francisco Oakland "Service Wholesale Druggistsn COMPLIMENTS Specializing in Of The REMAKING INSTRUMENTS FAIRMONT HOTEL Atop Nob Hill 'I' SAN FRANCISCO CUTTING INSTRUMENTS I GEO. D. SMITH CONDENSERS General Mgr- FILES SCALERS COIVIPLIIVIENTS of the 'I' Made B., MARK HOPKINS HOTEL O. Suter Dental Mfg. Co. 3828 Cheasty Boulevard SEATTLE, WASH. Atop Nob Hill SAN FRANCISCO GEO. D. SMITH General Mgr. "THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND MODELS" Invites You to Visit Its Showroom When in New York I for THE WORLD'S FAIR 0 See the Great Variety of in IVORINE - AILUMINAI.. - RUBBER - STONE - PLASTER Models with All Teeth Fixed Orthodontic Models Models with All Teeth Removable Deciduous Models Full Iaw and Half Iaw Partials Rubber Dentoform Molds I Individual Tooth Preparations Rubber Model Formers Edentulous Models Enlarqed Models l If it's a model, Columbia has it- can make it for you' I . Have you a copy of our 1939 illustrated price list? It not, Write for yours today. COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION 131 EAST 23rd STREET NEW YORK. N. Y. CONGRATULATION "Mawr Gawain' for the growth and progress achieved through the cooperative efforts of students in Pharmacy, Nursing, Dentistry, and Medicine. Iris a Hue example of that close and unselfish cooperation which should always exist between members of your four humanity-serving professions. Best wishes to the Graduates, and may Alka-Seltzer help to make your tasks lighter, by re- living much pain and discomfort for those who come to you for aid. Miler Lfzbomtorier, Inc. Dr. Miles Cfzlifowzifz C0. F L O O D BUILDING MEDICAL and DENTAL OFFICES 870 Market Street G-Ariield 0431 CAMPUS BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON INDEPENDENTLY OWNED ULTRA MODERN MOntrose 3600 Fred Howley Loccxl 334 Medical Center San Francisco ERATEX V WI-IE ELS AND POINTS The Wor1d's Best Rubberized Abrasive Wheels For Fine Grinding and Polishing I l Manufactured Exclusively by CRAIEX MANUFACTURING CO. sAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA lziviilnou room vowntlz An outstanding product that has been used and recommended by dentists generally for thirty-three years. Made to the original formula perfected by August E. Drucker in l907. Free from grit and all harrnful ingredients and leaves a delightful aftertaste. AUGUST E. DIZUCKED C0. . . SAN FRANCISCO , ,lil BLUE ISLAND SPECIALTY The Priceless ingredient of every Product is the honor and integrity of CO.. INC. him who makes it .... Consider his name before you buy." Manufacturers of BISCO BRAND DENTAL PRODUCTS Manufacturing Chemists to the Medical. Dental and Pharmaceautical Professions Blue Island Illinois since 1858. ff' if . Wx. BrowNew E. R. SQUIBB an soNs wo0db"'Y0'k il: Nix I 608 Folsom Street 'I Ins. co- San Francisco California Office DOuglas 6820 Home MI-irket 2916 The Weber Dental Manufacturing Company For 41 years, makers of dental equipment and X-Rays, making the most complete line of any one dental manufacturer, comprising: The Weber "Zenith" Motor Chair The Weber Model "F" Chair with Compensating Arms The Weber Model "G" Chair with Lateral Motion Arms Three Models of Units- The Empire The Majestic Model "F" for the left side of chair The Majestic Model "G" for the right side of chair Weber No. 5 Raydex Shockproot X-Ray with kilovolt range control and stabilizer, Stationary or Mobile Weber No. 6 X-Ray, Shockproot, with milliammeter and voltmeter, Sta- tionary or Mobile Operating Lights Stools Cuspidors Six Models of Cabinets Engines-Unit, Wall, Laboratory and Mobile Models Don't tail to see these products and have them demonstrated to you before entering practice as they represent individuality in design, high utility value and great economic value. All products fully guaranteed and sold by tirst line dealers everywhere. Our X-Rays, including the tube, are guaranteed for one year. An X-Ray Counselling Brochure given with each X-Ray, gratis. Architectural. Survey. Office Planning services performed without cost or obligation We Wish you every success and all services We have to offer are at your command to help make your professional lite triumphant The Weber Dental Manufacturing Company Crystal Park Canton, Ohio CALIFORNIA DENTAL RALPH H' ELY CO' LABORATORIES DENTAL DEPOT Dental Gold and Supplies L I M I T E D Personal Service 885 Flood Bldg. GArtield 8466 - 6593 General Laboratory Work "Ticonium Licensee" TIT Cooperation through organization is 438 FLQQD BUILDING essential to economic security and professional progress. EXbrook 7847 Ioin your Pharmaceutical Associations "QUALIFIED ROACH TECHNICIANS" Ngflhem California I Retail Drugglsts Assn. DON D. IVORY FRANK H. CORY 904 Cunard Building San Francisco IF IT'S BORDEN'S DAIRY DELIVERY MILK or CREAM IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD RICHTER 6 DRUHE Phone SUtter 0357 for SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS and HOSPITAL SUPPLIES 641-3 Mission Street San Francisco California FOUR FIFTY SUTTER CORPORATION MEDICAL DENTAL BUILDING 450 SUTTER GAr1ie1d 7221 GANDION'S , SINCE 1903 Bowerman s Pharmacy. Inc. A COMPLETE SURGICAL I S A N F R A N C I S C O APPLIANCE SERVICE Established 1858 498 POST STREET, . MASON-M d' -D 1 . BRACES ELASTIC HoS1ERY Co' e 'Co e""' Bldg BELTS ARCH SUPPORTS I Telephone YUk0n 0201 TRUSSES SPECIAL APPLIANCES ass Posr STREET-opposite Union square 1065 Market Street Telephone DOuglas 0110 NIA!-ket 7003 Sqn F1-qnciscg The following is the list of University of California 3 W -- graduates employed by Bowermarfs Pharmacy, Incor- porated and Ingram Laboratory: 4- K. B. Bowerrnan Class of R. L, Geiger . . Class of N Paul Marcucci Class of .V 1.A :3,g4lf'2il9,.E-tiffy":"'l - Sig Leipelt . Class of I ,A lx S.gf..?mf"-'f?ffA- ".' ji ,i'y' f' .--- ' Roy Gill . . . Class of mtl' -1- 'YI-if 'ff " " I. W. Rodda . . Class of I 'ft' -f HQ . 'LG Warren Lester . Class of T. W. MacWilliam Class of Zeb C. R. Shalz . . Class of if , R R. Guehrinq . Class of i H George Skarich . Class of ',.,.f, r'-"""o' Keith Breckenridge Class of , ' Hugh D. Moncur . Class of T uu,q.:qQg::x1rlf1 Emily Uffman . . Class of .,,,,,..... I F Q-I nlylv In Kay pqboojicm l Class of M .,,. . - -"' ,4.,., Kenneth P. Outland Class of Douglas Carpenter Class of CRIEATORS OIR' DISTINCTIVIE, ' RIUDGIET ANNIUAILS ' ATTRACTIVE LAY-OUTS ' PLEASING TYPOGRAPI-IY ' QUALITY ENGRAVINGS ' PAITI-IP UL PRINTING ' PURPOSEP UL ART WORK ' DURABLE RINDINGS 0 EXPERT SERVICING ' NOVEL COVERS Represented Represenied by by RICI-IARD BENSON AL ANDERSON PI-IOTO ART ENGRAVING OSRORNE PRINTING CO. 211 STEVENSON STREET 30 PINE STREET SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO YOUR NEIBORHOOD DRUGGIST HAS I am more ssnvlce l DEVELOPING - PRINTING M X ,af COPYING ENLARGING J 4941. W" I, I ,. I W.. 1 My ' f - - - FRAMING KRYSTAL GLOSS PRINTS GUARANTEED FOREVER BME? !L'!XI2,,E55Y'CF I i l 1 COMPLIMENTS OF . . BROEMMEL S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES George M. Broemmel B.S. Cal. O3 Columbia Ph. C. U5 Louis H. Leibe Cal. 12 Hugo L. Menke Cal. 17 A. I. Melmon Cal. Z2 L. S. Hurst Cal. 22 William Moreau Michigan A. McClintock Cal. 2.5 Fred Millard Cal. 26 lames Heslin Cal. 26 Harry Melmon Cal. 30 Kenneth Wilson Cal. 31 Roland Luce Cal. 32 Robert Pattison Cal. 38 Louis Gillard Medicine Cal. 43 A lames Staven Cal. 43 MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION ' I I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 , 16 L. M. Kuhn, Cal. '25 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 I 2035 Steiner Street 490 Post Street 384 Post Street 450 Sutter Street 1849 O 1940 ll ' ll The Symbol of Quality I Latest Information Available On . . . Market Conditions and Changes Liquor and Narcotic Regulations New Selling Methods and Sales Plans Purchase or Sale of Drug Stores Etc., Etc. O COMPLETE STOCKS OF DRUG AND SUNDRY MERCHANDISE ALL STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO VISIT AND USE OUR IDENTIFICATION ROOM COFFIN-REDINGTON CO 301 Folsom Street San Francisco Calif An Independent Wholesaler for the I d d t R t '1 Q FREDERICK STEARNS AND CO. Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals 349 Ninth Street San Francisco. California o BARNES-HIND PHARMACY 537 Mason Street San Francisco. California Q MR. R. P. SELLMAN Upjohn Company 199 First Street San Francisco. California o MR. WALTER C. DANA Abbott Laboratories B12 Howard Street San Francisco, California o Mr. Wm. Wusthoff :S Mr. Lorin McGee Agia Ansco, A Division of General Aniline G Film Corp. 548 Mission Street San Francisco. California a C. R. DANIELSON. Ph.G. Pacific Coast Manager Bayer Aspirin o MORRIS GROCERY 247 Carl Street San Francisco. Caliiornia WM. A. RAPP STANDARD DENTAL GOLDS Since 1 915 25 YEARS DEPENDABLE QUALITY and SERVICE SUtter 0200 ot O n epen en 9 m er Iewelers Bldg., 150 Post St. San Francisco MEDICAL CENTEI2 CO-OD We appreciate your valued patronage of our Co-op Store and Cafeteria, and trust our services will continue to merit your support and approval. Cafeteria - Soda Fountain - Books - Stationery i 4 4 111. f ,.,1 ' '111 1 1 - 21' :.I.- . I.: -IIT I -IUIIIII :II I :1 I I, IIZI , -1-1. 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