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

 - Class of 1954

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Cooperation between schools has resulted in formation' of the ASUCMC which helps coordinate the separate student bodies both academically and socially. Since all phases of the medical pro- fessions should aid and abet one an- other's functions in promoting and achieving healthful living, today's stu- dents who will be in tomorrow's commu- nities can greatly benefit themselves and the persons they serve by having a firm acquaintanceship with their allied fields. With this goal in mind, we present the 1954 Medi-CAL. 911, Alice Machidcx Nursing '54 iw.. W5 5 a use- ww was 21. UNIVERSITY OF 4729 CALIFORNIA .gasp XPQ MEDICAL O"-,. CENTER AT 'sg '3 SAN FRANCISCO rf S 'U E 0 5 17 5 2 if J". 4965 QG59 TAL 1954 VOLUME VIII A YQTEXQEY WM , V w A Xe w w Q X w nf? ,YA ,g ,, Mn . .fix F Y W gr ,..,,,,. Us ,:. ,HI ,N M ww-W v W X w If wb Qi ,Q ,H ,M N rj Q L9 gg W Qi r Wm A 3... . 2 -..vi GE f K VJ , IIA 1. U.C. HOSPITAL 2. CLINICS BUILDING 3. OLD MEDICAL BUILDING 2 , ITO be demolished in Iulurel I 4. HOOPER LABORATORY T CTO he demolished in futurel I 5. MEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING STEAM AND ELECTRIC PLANT MAINTENANCE SHOP , 8. DEMOLISHED WITH CONSTRUCTION- X-ff s. 5 7. ' ICAFETERIAI OF MEDICAL DENTAL- PHARMACY I 9. SCIENCE INCRENIENT No. 2 f ' I - Io. MEDICAL SCIENCE BUILDING 11. PROPOSED AUDITORIUM lil 12. HERBERT c. MOFFITT HOSPITAL Q 13. LANGLEY PORTER CLINIC 1' I 4 14. LAUNDRY AND STOREHOUSE Q 5, 15. LARGE ANIMAL RECEIVING UNIT 5 Is. UPPER SERVICE ROAD g LU 1 17. INCINERATOR f Is. RADIOLOGICAL LABORATORY ff 19. UPPER PARKING AREA IAJ Q zo. FOURTH AVE. NURSES' DORMITORY L,,,,f LSI ff -' 5 ITEMPJ 'gf A, WUIUE Q if 21. PARNASSUS AVE. NURSES' DORMITORY 9 2 E 22. A.c.T.I-I. LABORATORY 2 O 5 , E za. COMBINED STRUCTURE-QUARTERS FOR AE: 1- NURSES. INTERNS. AND RESIDENT STAFF: 3 f - . M- STUDENT UNION AND PARKING W 4, A 1 , 54 V " 24. PARKING GARAGE EE I 12" ' I .f --5 ,.., , I I 3 VT,--I A 25. 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B X E25 :IQ I S ROBERT GORDON SPHOUL President of the University . . . of the U11tZ.V6V!Z'f of Cozlqfor It is not strange at all that the University of California and its sister universities and colleges throughout the tree World attach great importance to tradition and to the ceremonies and observ- ances surrounding it. A university, any university, is not merely an architectural setting of stately buildings and beautiful grounds in and about which young people gather before they take up their tasks of the long years. On the contrary, it is the laboratory ot a Way of lite which is becoming more and more critically impor- tant as bigger and better dictatorial schemes are evolved to des- troy it. Whether your "home" campus is Berkeley, Davis, La Iolla, Los Angeles, Mount Hamilton, Riverside, San Francisco, or Santa Bar- bara, you share with thousands before you one alma mater, the University of California, and thus you share the proud traditions its sons and daughters have helped evolve and promulgate. Robert G. Sproul HERBERT G. I OHNSTONE Dean oi Students mia and the Medical Center As the final semester draws to a close for those who are leaving the San Fran- cisco campus to start on their professional careers or continue with advanced work in their chosen specialties, it is with some reluctance that "farewells" have to be said. In all probability reflection at this time may find midterms, finals, long hours of study, schedules to follow and deadlines to meet, ever present in ones thoughts. Nevertheless absence of a few months will serve to replace these thoughts with memories not only of the many aspects associated with the acqui- sition of a formal education but of the friends which were made, of the work accomplished in group activities, of the friendly advice of an instructor and of the many events happening and incidents associated with campus life. As the years go by it will become increasingly evident that many forces, some tangible, others not so tangible, played a most important role not only in preparing you for your profession but provided a firm basis on which to meet the social and economic impacts of our present existence. ' Herbert G. Iohnstone E6l1fl.f0 DEAN SMYTH School oi Medicine Medicine To the graduating classes ot our professional schools ot the San Francisco Medical Center- congratulations and best wishes for a successful professional career. Few times has our country been so concerned with health in its many as- pects. The need tor the professional help you can give is great-yours is a golden opportunity. Wherever you go, wherever you find your inter- est and service I hope you will remember the Alma Mater With the loyal devotion ot true alumni. Francis S. Smyth DEAN FLEMING College of Dentistry xr" entirtry The first Increment ot the Medical Sciences Building and the expansive Moifitt Hospital will be completed in 1953-54. These huge structures of steel and cement surely have a different meaning for different people. To some, the build- ings represent a thing which has been accom- plished. To others, the buildings represent only one step in the attainment ot a goal, the first step ot many yet to come. To still others-partie ularly to the Medical Center students-the build- ings, symbolize the beginning ot their career in the Health Sciences. Regardless of what the buildings mean to each of us, We should remember that the buildings themselves are not as important as the men and Women in them. Ot the men and women, the im- portant thing is not their number, but the kind ot people they are. And in the Health Sciences, most important are those who are kind in spirit, for kindliness is the priceless ingredient in all prescriptions. Willard C. Fleming mffin Each year as we have watched the new build- ings rise on our Medical Center Campus we have thought, "This will be the year, the year when we will begin to enjoy our new facilities." That is the prediction which l made to you last year. Now we are told that we will begin to move into the first wing of the new Medical Science Building in March. The classrooms and offices of the School of Nursing are located in the wing. When teaching begins in our new classrooms, students in Physical Therapy and Dental Hy- giene will share the new classroom and labora- tories in Nursing Arts with us. Indeed, they will be taught by the same instructors in Nursing who teach our own students. This sharing of space and instructors is sure to result in a more unified group of workers in the health field, a development for which we have all worked. I know you will be ready to ossume your share in the field of health. Margaret A. Tracy bmfmolcy Congratulations to the members of the gradu- ting class! The transition that takes place upon graduation brings with it many changes, not the least of which is the feeling that comes with a good job well done. Now you are to assume many new responsibilities. For some of these your education and training in the College of Pharmacy have prepared you well. We expect that you will fulfill these responsibilities with high credit to yourself and to your University. But you have a greater responsibility in making decisions requiring high ethical standards. The integrity which will distinguish your service to the community will enrich your lives as well as the lives of those you serve. You will find that, in the words of Maimonides, "Knowledge is immense and the spirit of man can extend infi- nitely to enrich itself daily with new require- ments." The faculty joins me in expressing best wishes to each of you. Troy C. Daniels ,DEAN TRACY School oi Nursing DEAN DANIELS College of Pharmacy ks Adminiytmtom' 0 J am: Juliet Allen, Gladys Nuckolls. R.N., Marilyn Mcrfily, R.N. tudent Heal lib From the first week of registration when immunization shots and skin tests are cmd- ministered by the syringe-barrel-full until midterm time and on through finals cmd the influx of "mono" cases, the infirmcrry storff copczloly looks utter our students' health. Bs . ss DR. OLIVE EHRENCLOU DR. ELENORE EHICKSON Director l'2 DR. ALLEN BARBOUR DR. KAI-IN UYEYAMA ng. an n --.gssmvxwg H 'nk-H n un sm mn mm it nu . .. wixzmsi-ia . H.. 5 im. Q H .M Q 5 .A M k . M .gy W. .W is ,E V. nm Ml ,uma nm sian-1 mn nm x is it -m awww an was is an nag . - mg Q. K f H SENSE if m W? W 5- Que xl H Km H H LIBRARY Medical students lack Iew and Ruth McCormick are assisted by Mrs. Koshland and Miss Eldredge ot the Medical Center Library staff. RECORDER lkecorder Helen Chryst or- ganizes registration each se- nd through her office mester a stati grades are issued. WS ADMISSIONS In the Office of Admissions Beatrice Tournahu, as Sr. Clerk-Typist, handles all ap- plications ot prospective stu- ts to the Medical Center den campus. , . Grvlolu Q ,V il X . . . in Ten tirtry As We approach graduation we find that the time is all too short to have the picnics and parties that were postponed "until We have more time." We did find time for a class party in the Spring and for the traditional Senior Dinner. The Senior Dinner is one of the highlights of the four years at Dental School. lt is at this dinner that we present various awards, in a humorous vein, to those instructors who have endeared themselves to us by taking the crude "clay" which We presented to them as freshmen, and in four years molded into outstanding representatives of the dental profession. Men, and one lady, who are imbued with the highest appreciation of the traditions of dentistry, are alert to the problems and progression in the dental profession and disciplined to consider service to others above all material gains. At this time we come to a realization that although every hour has been filled with dentistry, We stand at the threshold of our profession with merely a "letter of introduction" and that our education still lies ahead. ff ft: f if AIKRWB BAILEY CHIN' COLEMAN Bill Ware, class representative: Annie Chin, secretary-treasurer: Deane Ebner. vice-president: Merle Morris, president. BAMRUD BENEVENT BRENNEN CORWIN DAMELE DIERKES SATORU LARRY AIKAWA, D.D.S. Alameda DAVID P. BAILEY, D.D.S. San Francisco: Psi Omega JACK D. BAMBUD. D.D.S. Oakland: Delia Sigma Delta PAUL BENEVENT, B.S. D.D.S. Provo, Utah: Psi Omega ROBERT F. BRENNEN, D.D.S. Winslow, Arizona: Delta Sigma Delia LAWRENCE D. BRUCKEB, D.D.S. Los Angeles: Psi Omega: IFC President WILLIAM E. BURTON, A.B., D.D.S. San Mateo: Psi Omega WILLIAM T. BYERLY. A.B., D.D.S. Chico: Delta Sigma Delta Class of '54 annual Steak Bar- becue at Fairfax. BRUCKER BURTON BYEHLY DOI EBNER EGO ANNIE T. CHIN. D.D.S. San Francisco: Delta Sigma Delta lHonoraryJ Student Orthodontic Society Secretary 1951-52 Class Secretary-Treasurer 1950-54 BURTON E. COLEMAN, D.D.S. Oakland: Xi Psi Phi STANLEY B. CORWIN. D.D.S. Los Angeles: Alpha Omega JOSEPH I. DAMELE, B.S., D.D.S. Oakland: Xi Psi Phi DON D. DIERKES, D.D.S. San Jose: Xi Psi Phi HUNTER T. DOI, D.D.S. San Francisco DEANE B. EBNER, D.D.S. San Diego: Delta Sigma Della Ir. and Sr. Class Vice-President Denial Student Body Social Chairman SHIRO EGO, D.D.S. Fresno: Delta Sigma Delta PIRATES FRIED MAN G OTH HALL HUNT IZUMI IENKINS KAISEH KLOPE KOBAYASI-Il KOUMRIAN LEE LIPPI LIPPINCOTT LUX Mcunrnn muuno Monms oxzmoro QUINN' REYNOLDS RUHLAND SCHABEL SCHWAB SHAVEH 8 ROBERT C. FRATES, IR., B.S., D.D.S. San Francisco: Delta Sigma Delta MELVIN PRIEDMAN. D.D.S. Los Angeles: Alpha Omega GENE W. GOTH, B.S., D.D.S. Alhambra: Psi Omega: Newman Club President GAYLORD L. HALL, D.D.S. Santa Rosa: Xi Psi Phi RAYMOND D. HUNT, D.D.S. San Bernardino: Delta Sigma Delia Student Orthodontic Society Vice-President 1953-54 KATSUMI IZUMI, D.D.S. Los Angeles O. HUGO JENKINS, D.D.S. San Diego NORMAN I. KAISER, D.D.S. Vallejo: Delta Sigma Delta WILLIAM T. KLOPE, D.D.S. Ventura: Xi Psi Phi LOBIN S. MCBRIDE, D.D.S. Gustine: Xi Psi Phi IAMES V. MARINO, B.S., D.D.S. Palo Alto: Psi Omega: Medi-Cal: IFC MERLE E. MORRIS, D.D.S. Kanab, Utah: Delta Sigma Della: ASUCMC Council Dental Executive Council 1950-54 Freshman, Sophomore. Ir. and Sr. Class President: Medi-Cal I-IITOSI-II OKAMOTO, D.D.S. Sacramento: Delta Sigma Delta WILLIAM F. QUINN, D.D.S. Chowchilla: Delta Sigma Delta DEAN R. REYNOLDS, D.D.S. Los Angeles: Delta Sigma Delta EDWARD A. RUHLAND, D.D.S. Watsonville: Delta Sigma Delta RUSSELL W. SCHABEL, D.D.S. San Francisco: Delta Sigma Delta FRED 1. KOBAYASHI. i3.s.. D.D.S. DONALD T. SCHWAB, D.D.S. Santa Ana: Delta Sigma Delta: Dental Student Body President 1953-54 Dental Student Body Vice-President 1952-53 Class Representative 1950-53: ASUCMC Council 1952-54 Student Orthodontic Society: Cal Club ERNEST N. KOUMRIAN, D.D.S. Fresno: Delta Sigma Delta DENNIS G. LEE, D.D.S. Piedmont ANTHONY A. LIPPI, D.D.S. Grass Valley: Xi Psi Phi ALAN L. LIPPINCOTT, D.D.S. Bell: Xi Psi Phi: Freshman Class Vice-President ROBERT W. LUX, A.B., D.D.S. Waterloo, New York: Delta Sigma Delta Berkeley: Xi Psi Phi: Student Orthodontic Society PHILIP D. SHAVER, D.D.S. Lancaster: Psi Omega BMOC on Public Health field trip. SHERMAN SIMPSON SOO HOO TEST WHITESIDE WILLIAMS DONALD SHERMAN, D.D.S. Los Angeles: Alpha Omega ROBERT F. SIMPSON. D.D.S. San Die-qog Delta Sigma Delta E. PHILLJP SODEHSTROM, D.D.S. Modestoy Xi Psi Phi DONALD SOO I-IOO, D.D.S. Oakland, Psi Omega DAN TEST, D.D.S. ' Dos Palos: Xi Psi Phi LYLE E. TYLER. D.D.S. Alamedag Psi Omega NEWELL R. WHITESIDE. D.D.S. Ioneg Delta Sigma Delta DALE B. WILLIAMS, D.D.S. Los Gatos: Delta Sigma Delia NOT PICTURED: IOSEPH BRAMMER RICHARD BROWN THOMAS GROSS DONALD LEVIN DAVID MAGY SOL SILVERMAN IEANNE STARR DALE THOMPSON WILLIAM WARE 20 SODERSTHOM TYLER Seniors chose Tim's in Ala- meda for their dinner in March. Songsters three, plus one. Who am I? E it , 'N Hin' K3 415 BARRETT CHANNING IOHNSON KRIEGER LISTER DOUGLAS CATHERINE BARRETT. B.S. Berkeley: Medi-Cal 1953-54: Newman Club PERLINA CHFANNING, B.S. Turlock: Alpha Omicron Pi: Symphony Forum: Cal Club EVA DOUGLAS. B.S. Los Angeles IRENE GANIN, B.S. San Francisco: Alpha Xi Delta ROSE ANN GOWDY. B.S. Santa Ana: Ir. Class President TAEKO HELEN ISHIDA, B.S. San Francicso: Sr. Class Secretary IEAN IOHNSON. B.S. Redwood City: Sr. Class President: ASUCMC Court" Newman Club JOAN KRIEGER, B.S. Mill Valley DIANE LISTER. B.S. San Francisco: Ir. Class Secretary CAROL ANN VANDENBERG. B.S. La I-lcrbra: Medi-Cal: Sr. Class Vice'President BETTY IO WARE, B.S. Sacramento: Ir. Class Vice-President Dental Student Body Vice-President: ASUCMC Council BETSY WARREN, B.S. Santa Ana: Gamma Phi Beta D nm! mfgzkne 'Ubi GANIN GOWDY N ISHIDI-X VAN DENBERG WARE WARREN The fall semester saw our introduction to Roentgenology where We learned fundamentals and applied them taking full-mouth X-rays oi classmates. Yes, the Senior Dental Hygienists were kept busy. Increased clinic hours and traveling to Everett Iunior High to teach dental health education rounded out the fall schedule. During spring, mouth hygiene practice in vari- ous institutions throughout the city partly made up for lack of clinic time and space. Naturally, We couldn't forget the social side ofthe calendar. Medical Center functions and our own private parties filled the bill. Highlights were our dinner in 'Mill Valley, the Christmas party, Iapanese dinner and the trip to Carmel. And now We're looking forward to graduation and a week at Balboa following the big day. Denial Hygienisls become expert in using X-ray equipment for taking full-mouth films. 2I 4, . . . in flledzkine With Hal Hanson, Ken Hanson, Bill Spencer and Merv Burke consecutively in the driver's seat, the Class ot 1954 has success- fully negotiated the most diffcult turns on the road to that coveted MD. degree. ln four years, the class has piled up enviable records in per capita coffee consumption, number of progeny, TGIF attendance, and number of urinalyses performed. Won- der What they will be doing twenty years from now . . . Clarke teamed with Groucho Marx, Murray an AMA lob- byist, Yore UC team physician, Gardner still driving the bus, Iohnson team physician for the Chicago Bears, Iew selling Fybate notes, Rotbart saying, "But I don't understand", Schusdek and M. Smith trying to smoke each other out, "Hi Fi" Frost and "Oscilloscope" Wiser talking shop, Lee an Herbalist, Kaplan mayor of Palm Springs, Iernigan running a home for old maids, Pearson with no Y chromosomes, Spencer ogling the oculi, Van Peenen still sneezing, Lauber and Truman, haberdashers, Roth deciding love is here to stay, Sabella a fish vendor, and the Han- sons eradicating Kala Azar in India. All in all a great esprit de corps prevailed which will not be easily forgotten. ABRAMSON ALLEN BYER CHRIST Danny Kaplan, vice-president: Ruth McCormick, treasurer, Mervyn Burke, president. ARONBERG BARNETT CLARKE COHN AUBREY L. ABRAMSON, A.B., M.D. San Francisco: Phi Beta Kappa IOHN W. ALLEN, A.B., M.D. San Francisco: Nu Sigma Nu CHARLES ARONBERG, I-LB., M.D. BERG BISHOP BRANSON BURKE DAIBER DART DEVEREAUX FOLKERT Los Anqeles: Phi Delta Epsilon: Sr. Class Vice-President: Cal San Luis Obispo: Nu Sigma Nu: Alpha Omega Alpha Club: Medical Center News: Intramural Sports: Medi-Cal RICHARD C. BARNETT. A.B., M.D. Pomona: Phi Chi RAYMOND E. BERG, A.B., M.D. San Francisco: Nu Sigma Nu: Pi HARRY A. BISHOP, JLB., M.D. Berkeley BRUCE BHANSON, AJ3., M.D. Berkeley' MERVYN F. BURKE, IR., ILB., M.D. Kappa Alpha: MedieCal Berkeley: Nu Siqma Nu: Alpha Sigma Phi: Sr. Class Presi- dent: Sophomore Class Vice-President: ASUCMC Social Com- mittee NORMAN E. BYER, A.B., M.D. Upland ADOLPH E. CHRIST. A.B., M.D. Reedley: Phi Beta Kappa IOHN C. CLARKE, B.1-X., M.D. San Francisco: Ir. Class Vice-President: ASSM Representative: Class dramcztics Annual Medical School Picnic last iall found profs and seniors tusselin with a new kind of 9 problem. Dx? Prognosis? LELAND H. CO1-IN, B.S., M.D. San Francisco: Phi Delta Epsilon OLGA DAIBER, M.D. San Francisco LEHOY H. DART, IR., A.B., M.D. R. GAYLE DEVEREAUX, A.B., M.D. Stockton VLADIMIR POLKERT, A.B., M.D. San. Francisco FREEMAN FRIEDMAN I-'ROST GARDNER GROOMER HANES H. HANSON I- H. HANSON K. HANSON HASE HUNTER HURWITZ HUSTED IERNIGAN IEW IOHANSON JOHNSON KAPLAN KARPMAN KRAMER LAUBER LEE LUCKEY MCCORMICK MCDANIEL McKEAN McNIE MICHAELIDES MURRAY NESS RICHARD K. FREEMAN, A.B., M.D. San Diego: Phi Chi EPHRAIM FRIEDMAN, A.B., M.D. Los Angeles: Phi Delia Epsilon GORDON FROST, A.B., M.A., M.D. Millbrae: Nu Sigma Nu MURRAY B. GARDNER, A.B., M.D. Berkeley: Nu Sigma Nu WALLACE E. GROOMER, A.B.. M.D. Fresno: Nu Sigma Nu MARY L. CARLSON HANES, A.B., M.D. Berkeley: Phi Beta Kappa HARRIET BURNS HANSON, A.B., M.D. Sacramento I. HAROLD HANSON, A.B., M.D. Arvin KENNETH G. I-IANSON, A.B., M.D. Honolulu, T. H.: Cal Club RUTH SACHIE HASE. A.B., M.D. Hanford: Christian Medical Society T. WESLEY HUNTER. A.B., M.D. Santa Ana GEORGE K. HURWITZ, A.B., M.D. San Francisco: Alpha Kappa Kappa: ROBERT HUSTED, A.B., M.D. San Francisco SHELBY K. IERNIGAN, A.B., M.D. ,San Bernardino IACK IEW, A.B.. M.D. San Francisco: Phi Chi ASSM Council PAUL H. IOHANSON, A.B., M.D. Kinqsburg SARITA K. IOHNSON, A.B., M.D. San Francisco DANIEL E. KAPLAN. A.B., M.D. Palm Springs: Phi Delia Epsilon HAROLD L. KARPMAN, A.B., M.D. Los Angeles: Phi Delia Epsilon IOHN C. KRAMER, A.B., M.D. Los Angeles: Medical Center Chorus DONALD I. LAUBER, A.B., M.D. Los Angeles: Nu Sigma Nu: Tau Alpha Epsilon Alpha Epsi lon Delta: Phi Sigma: Phi Baia Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi ASSM Representative 1951-52 RAYMOND B. LEE, A.B., M.D. San Francisco KATHERINE R. LUCKEY, A.B., M.D. North Hollywood RUTH ANNE MCCORMICK, I-LB., M.D. Los Angeles IAMES W. McDANIEL, A.B., M.D. San Diego: Nu Sigma Nu DONALD B. MCKEAN, A.B., M.D. Merced: Phi Chi ALLAN B. MCNIE, A.B., M.D. Camino: Nu Sigma Nu SIMOS S. MICHAELIDES, A.B., M.D. Famaqusta, Cyprus: .Alpha Kapp DWIGHT H. MURRAY, IR., A.B., M.D. Napa: Nu Sigma Nu V. THERY NESS, ILB., M.D. Avencxl: Phi Chi a Kappa Along with clinic, lab, and hard work, the ICs spent some 30 hours "in the dog-house." l M..msmmm. m-.i. .. .1 WARREN I. NEWSWANGER, .A.B., M.D. Los Angeles: Nu Sigma Nu THOMAS E. OGDEN, A.B., M.D. Santa Barbara: Sr. ASSM 6. ASUCMC Representative JEROME H. PATMONT, A.B., M.D. Berkeley: Nu Sigma Nu: ,ASSM G ASUCMC Representative ROBERT G. PEARSON. IR., A.B., M.D. Sacramento RICHARD B. REDALIA, A.B., M.D. Altadena EDWIN A. ROSE. A.B., M.D. Healdsburg MORTON A. ROSENBLUM, A.B., M.D. Pueblo, Colorado: Phi Delta Epsilon: MAURICE ROTBART, A.B., M.D. Los Angeles HARRY L. BOTH, A.B., M.D. Beverly Hills: Phi Delta Epsilon IOSEPH D. SABELLA. A.B., M.D. San Francisco: Phi Delta Epsilon: AS VLADIMIR SARUBA, M.D. San Francisco ALEXANDER SCI-IUSDEK, A.B., M.D. New York DAVID A. SINCLAIR, A.B., M.D. Honolulu, Hawaii HERSHEL D. SMITH, B.M.S., M.D. Buckeye, Arizona: Alpha Phi Omega MAURICE C. SMITH, A.B., M.A., M.D. Laguna Beach: Alpha Kappa Kappa WILLIAM H. SPENCER, B.S., M.D. New York City: Ir. Class President IO!-IN W. SWIFT, A.B., M.D. San Carlos: Nu Sigma Nu: Sigma Nu D. GWYNN THOMSON, A.B., M.D. Burlingame: Chi Psi: Nu Sigma Nu IOHN VAN PEENEN, A.B., M.D. Long Beach: Alpha Kappa Kappa SCI-IUSDEK SINCLAIR VAN PEENEN VASQUEZ Intramural Sports NEWSWANGER OGDEN PATMONT PEARSON REDALIA ROSE ROSENBLUM ROTBART ROTI-I SABELLA SARUBA SM President : Phi Chi MARIO A. VASQUEZ, A.B., M.D. San Francisco ROY VON DER MEHDEN, A.B.. M.D. San Anselmo: Nu Sigma Nu RAY H. WISER, A.B., M.D. Gridley: Phi Chi ROBERT M. WORTH, A.B., M.D. San Francisco H. SMITH M. SMITH SPENCER SWIFT VON DER MEHDEN WISER WORTH YORE is sa m was GENE T. YORE, B.S., M.D. Burlingame: Nu Sigma Nu HAROLD N. ZEMELMAN, I-LB.. M.D. Som Francisco Not Pictured: THEODORE BUSHNELL IUDITH DASHE CHARLES GEIBERGER M. IAMES VARGAS THOMSON ZEMELMAN Davis vets demonstrated their techniques during the iield hip lust spring. Patient work-ups crren't complete without consultations. Iohn Clarke and Joe Subel1cz-- from the old school? Q Student technicians gain practical experience during their rotation to various laboratories. Training in the Curriculum in Medical Technology covers medical bacterioloqy, rnycOlOqY, Parasitology, clinical pathology, chemistry, seroloqy, blood bank procedures, histological technique, basal metabolism, and electrocardioqraphy. Experience of the year-First venipuncture . . . Test-The art of putting the patient at ease . . . Prin- ciple-Have the patient in a corner . . . Method- Get the tourniquet on and tell him he has poor veins before you casually mentionthat this is your first attempt . . . Source of error-Failure to synchronize your shakes with those of the patient. in M dual Technology IUANITA DENNIS, A.B. Oakland MARY HELEN DUBENDORF, San Francisco ALICE ALMA FLYNN, A.B. San Francisco JOAN FRIEND. A.B. San Francisco IOAN MAYERLE, B.S. San Francisco CHEONG NGIE NGOI, A.B. San Francisco A GEORGE S. OKAWACHI, A.B. San Francisco ALFRED REYNAUD, A.B. Berkeley BARBARA SHIPLEY, A.B. San Francisco JOAN SHIPLEY. A.B. Scm Francisco MAURICE E. SMITH, A.B. Son Francisco MARION VANDEVERE. A.B. San Francisco NOT PICTURED: CAROLYN GILLESPIE, A.B. EDGAR MBNA, B.S. IANET THURSTON, A.B. DENNIS DUBENDOHF FLYNN FRIEND MAYERLE NGOI OKAWACI-II REYN AUD B. SHIPLEY I. SHIPLEY SMITH VANDEVERE Er- 5 -e,f.,,--:af nf- y Z2 2553 3 Xfifgiiv 5. Q QNX A Sw If ,pr 'X et iq. ,V ' if fm -'tit -4' if i f L? K' A .sc ss 1,5-J 2 5 . .: ft 1 ' Q-1? 1 E, tif: 1 tl .,. 4" Z 5 :- in . 'D f ,I K 4 9- ,, , Sffvwtm J" ' , ' may ' , 1 rf 7' 'L ,1 'ff ,: 1 F -. ' lit f . Q 5 28 T ., , BALDWIN ENSEI. HARVEY LOUIE MORRISON IOANNB H. BALDWIN, B.S. Fresno MARION ENGEL, A.B. Sausalitog Medical Center Chorus JOSEPH E. HARVEY. B.S. San Diego KUNIKO M. HASHIMOTO. B.S. Scm Francisco IOYCE K. ISHIZAKB, B.S. San lose L. GRUNETTA LANGFOHD, B.S. Oakland GEORGE LOUIE, B.S. San Francisco EVELYN MORRISON. A.B. San Mateo NANCY SWINNEY, B.A. Santa Barbara: Pi Beta Phi FRANK B. YAKUSI-II, A.B. San Francisco NOT PICTURED: BEVEHLEY CHAN, B.S. ANNETTE WFLHDEN. B.S. . . . in Pbyrzml Tlvemlby M5 we es I-IASHIMOTO ISHIZAKI-1 LANGFORD SWINNEY YAKUSHI They'll remember our Class of '54 . . . As the last to he held on the basement floor . . . But We will never forget: The Christmas party and charades-Io Baldwin's car troubles-Frank Yakushi's droll humor - Bev Chan and the "vul- tures"-noontime bridge sessions-Marion Enqel's interest in dentistry-Gmnetta Lang- ford and that rocky-road flavor - Nancy Swin- ney's stalwart loyalty to Texas-The shocks We qave each other in muscle testing-Ice I-larvey's muscles - Evvie Morrison's "Three Napkins, please"-Annette Warden's lonq treks from Burlingame - George Louie's talent at the piano- Ioyce lshizaka's "Whoops, I put my foot in my mouth again"-Mary Hashimotds quick smile-And best of all, those moments of relaxation when it was our turn to play the patient. Massage techniques used in polio rehabilitation are perfected during labs. 1 . . . in mfrin Our last year was a very active one. ln spite of projects and comps we still had fun! There were class dinners and birthday parties, too, And open houses and engagement parties for a few. But we took time out from the usual din To have our Weekly "ceremony of the pin" This mysterious routine plus the promise of eating Was one Way to get everyone to a class meeting. Oi course our Senior Activities were the best ever! There was never a better lr.-Sr. Banquet and Retreat-neverl Our hysterical play oi Greek theme was Well cast, And I am sure the memory oi the dance will last. But it was over all too soon and we found That the day for our real "Pinning" had come around. We all had our "blues" cut, although some put up a fight, Everyone agreed we all look better in professional white. IBAPTISTA CHAPMAN FRICK Ll-'OSTER Lois Hughes, vice-president: Carol DeWitt, president: Kay Sato, his- torian: Rachel Kish, treasurer: Cnr- inne Sparks, house committee. 'W- mg was is-mn EMERY KIM 1 A Q 1 L I H E E3 Q 33 :H M 1. , wg H H S 5 2: 22 WM CLARK CROWELL DE WITT EASTMAN EBERT I 'FUGIKAWA FUIII HAMBLEY HUGHES KIDDER FLORENCE PAULA BAPTISTA, B.S. GWEN FINCH. B.S. Hayward: Ir. House Commitiee Chairman: Ir. Historian Bakersfield CAROLYN E. CHAPMAN MARIE L. FOSTER, B.S. Sparks, Nevada Los Angeles: Ir. Class President: ASUCMC Treasurer I NSB Vice-President: Cal Club: NSB President IEWELL CLARK. B.S. San Francisco DOROTHY FUGIKAWA, B.S. Gilroy SHIRLEY ANN HACKNEY CROWELL. B.S. Somis: Alpha Gamma Sigma MARY FUIII, B.S. Reedley: Ir. Class Secretary: Sr. Class Vice'Presideni CAROL LEE DeWITT, B.S. Tucson, Arizona: Freshman Athletic Committee M. IOYCE WILLIAMS HAMBLEY, B.S. Ir. and Sr. Class President: Cal Club: NSB Oakland: Medi-Cal IOSEPHINE M. L. EASTMAN, B.S. LOIS DAWSON HUGHES. B.S. San Francisco: Medical Center Chorus: Ir. Class Treasurer Long Beach: Sr. Class Vice-President MARILYN EBERT, B.S. GRACE R. KIDDER, B.S. Berkeley: NSE Social Chairman: Ir. Class President Costa Mesa STELLA ABBOTT EMERY, B.S. ALICE KIM, B.S. Long Beach Reedley 1 In January. Marie and Zab re- ceived ihe Florence Nightingale Awards at the pinning ceremony held in Morrison Planeiarium. V, , KISH KOPAC KURIHAHA LEICHTFUSS LIESENEH MQCHAE. MCCONNELL MCCOY MAH MASHBURN MILLER NISHIOKA OKELL PARKIN POLLOCK RILEY RINGLE SANDKULLA SATO SCHAUPP SIEGEL SLUIS SPARKS SUKEKANE TONG RACHEL KISH. B.S. YVONNE SANDKULLA. B.S. Ontario: Sr. Class Treasurer: SFSNA Representative San Francisco: Ir. Class Historian ELIZABETH IUNE KOPAC, B.S. KAZU KAY SATO. B.S. Santa Clara Sacramento BETTY KURIHAHA, B.S. DOLORES L. SCI-IAUPP, B.S. Orosi: Medical Center Chorus: Freshman Class Historian Esparto: Kappa Delta: NSB Council NSB Publicity Chairman: Ir. Class Treasurer MARIAN LEICHTFUSS, B.S. Orange: Freshman Class Vice-President Ir. Athletic Commissioner CAROL LIESENER, B.S. Los Gatos: Sr. Class Secretary IEAN MacRAE. B.S. South Pasadena: Delta Gamma ANN POLAND MCCONNELL. B.S. San Bruno: Freshman Class Secretary CAROL KII-ILSTHOM McCOY, B.S. Lynwood GIT SUE MAH, B.S. Fresno: Freshman Class Treasurer Ir. Athletic Committee: NSB Library Chairman CHERIE MASHBURN. B.S. Los Angeles PAT MILLER. B.S. San Marino FRANCES NISI-IIOKA, B.S. Santa Monica WENDY OKELL. B.S. Piedmont: Medi-Cal: Senior Play BARBARA I. PARKIN. B.S. Vallejo ANN I. POLLOCK. B.S. El Dorado SUNNY LOU I-IADLEY RILEY. B.S. San Francisco ANNE GRAY HINGLE, B.S. Palo Alto: Sr. Class SFSNA Representative VIRGINIA SIEGEI., B.S. Los Angeles LOIS GROVER SLUIS, B.S. Port Chicago: NSB Secretary CORINNE SPARKS. B.S. Hayward: NSB Council: Medical Center Chorus SUMI SUKEKANE, B.S. Watsonville HELEN TONG, B.S. San Francisco An evening at Ripley's . . . one of the class dinners which spotted the yeax"s social calendar. N H. 4, , E. WIILAMS WALDEN WHITNEY WILLIAMS ZABROWSKI BEVERLY ANN WALDEN, B.S. A l ' P rkf Freshman House Commxtieeg Medl-Cal C Re resentative 34 Hurmngton a t' eg Sr. SFSNA and SNA p Ir. NSB Representa IV DONNA L. WHITNEY, B.S. Salt Lake City, Utah LI. WILLIAMS EVERTEEN HOWE Oakland: Alpha Kappa Alpha HELEN L. WILLIAMS, B.S. Oakland MARILYN I. ZABHOWSKI, B.S. ' I President: NSB Council Marysvxlleg Freshman C ass House Staff Advisory Board: NSB Music Chaxrman Medical Center Chorus: Medi-Cal: Newman Club Secreiary NOT PICTURED: MARY GRAY DOROTHY KALLOCI-I d h st at the Ir.- The class plcrye o Sr. Banquet last August at New Tivoli. Paradise Park - a heavenly d week-and reirea! from texts an toil. Highlight of the Senior Play was ihe paniomime ballet. Oral Surgery xs one oi the areas open to post-graduate students in dentistry. X-ray technician Bob Patterson checks over iilms in the third floor lab. Graduates in pharmaceutical chemistry spend time working tor higher degrees and also as teaching assistants in various labs. Cytology students contribute vital informa- tion to the medical field with their work in cancer research. . . . in P mfmvzcy Three years ago a heterogeneous group of students gathered from all parts of California to begin their professional training in the College of Pharmacy. A few have left this class and been replaced by others. But for the most part the members are the same. They have survived three years of rigid professional training here at the Medical Center. Practically all knew little or nothing of the art and science of pharmacy when they began. Now they will be expected to enter practice and carry on and raise the high standards of professional competence demanded of gradu- ates of the University of California College of Pharmacy. The faculty deserves and receives the gratitude of the class of '54. Though there may have been rough spots, it can honestly be said that a closer relationship has developed between faculty and students than has existed over the years. It is our earnest hope that this relationship will continue and improve after we have left the Medical Center. The importance of Pharmacy in the team of Health Profes- sions requires strenuous and prolonged training. The College of Pharmacy has started us on the road to professional competence. We must and will follow this road with the ultimate goal of serv- ice--service to the community, but most important, service to the patient. Gene Nugase, secreicn-y-trecxs- urer: Bob Gibson. president: Iim Funnell, vice-president. BALLARD BAREKMAN DONOVAN FORTNEY BARTEL BOYNTON CARMACK CHACON CHIN' CIANFICHI Parsons FUNNI-:LL GALLI GIBSON c.xEGER GILI. KENNETH I. BALLARD, B.S. LAZZHRO PFQSONE Berkeley: Kappa Psi: Cal Club: APhA Presideni Kappa Psi Rho Chi: ASUC Dance Classes IAMES D. FUNNELL, B.S. IAMES C, BAREKMAN, B.S. San Diego: Rho Chi: Sr. Class Vice-President Berkeley: Phi Della Chi: Pharmacy Student Council ROBERT H. GALLI, B.S. MERLE S. BARTEI., B.S. South San Francisco: Kappa Psi: Basketball: APhA Shaiter: Kappa Psi: ASUCMC Council Pharmacy Student Body Vice-President: APhA: Cal Club ROBERT D- GIBSON, B-A-1 B-5- S1-V Social Chairman Tacoma, Washington: Sr. Class President JAMES L. BOYNTON, B.S. MARIAN xospsm. GIEGER, B.S. Lodi: Phi Delia Chi: IFC President Oakland: Lambda Kappa Sigma: Rho Chi, Historian APhA: Ir. Class Secretary: Medi-Cal CECIL CARMACK, B.S. SqnfqBQ1-bgfq RALPH I.. GILE. B.S. Vallejo ANDREW CHACON. B.S. Bakersfield: P11iDelia Chi: Newman Club MOLLY T. CHIN, B.S. San Francisco: Lambda Kappa Sigma: Rho Chi: APhA WALTER P. CIANFICHI. B.S. Walnut Creek: Phi Delta Chi DANIEL P. DONOVAN. B.S. San Francisco: Phi Delta Chi: Medi-Cal APhA: Newman Club THOMAS H. FORTNEY, B.S. H Concord: Phi Delta Chi Students and faculty oi Pharma- cy Iun and frolic at Fairfax. E H WSW sei. EE GIORDANO GONDRY GREEN HAGGERTY IANG IOHNSON KAMIL KASPARIAN KEHNS LEE LEVINE LOKEN LORD MCCALLA MCCARTHY MCWILLIAM MAURANTONIO MRYER MULLER MURRAY NAGASE NELSON NENNEMAN NISHIDA NISHIMURA PARKER PAVON PERASSO PETERSON POLONSKY ANDRIANO GIORDANO, B.S. San Francisco BETTY GONDRY, B.S. Woodland: Lambda Kappa Sigma HERBERT GREEN, B.S. San Francisco: Kappa Psi: Pharmacy Student Council IFC' IO!-IN HAGGERTY, B.S. San Francisco: Phi Delta Chi IDE IANG, B.S. San Francisco: Lambda Kappa Sigma: APhA DON H. IO!-INSON. B.S. Antioch: Kappa Psi: APhA ADOLPH KAMIL, B.S. Sacramento: Kappa Psi: Rho PAUL I. KASPARIAN. B.S. Fresno ED KERNS, B.S. San Francisco JAMES W. LEE. B.S. Berkeley: Kappa Psi MARTIN LEVINE. B.S. South Pasadena: Kappa Psi RICHARD S. LOKEN, B.S. Vallejo: Kappa Psi ROBERT E. LORD. B.S. Oakland: Kappa Psi CHARLES McCALLA, B.S. Tustin NOEL F. MCCARTHY. B.S. San Francisco: Phi Delta Ch Dean Daniels presents Miss Chin with the Phi Delta Chi award for scholarship. ROBERT McWILL!AM, B.S. San Francisco: Phi Delta Chi VITO D. MAURANTONIO, B.S. San Carlos: Kappa Psi FREDERICK S. MAYER, B.S. San Francisco: Kappa Psi: Rho P1 Phi Sophomore Class President: Pharmacy Student Council APhA: Medi-Cal WILLIAM C. MULLER. B.S. Bakersfield GEORGE MURRAY, B.S. San Francisco GENE NAGASE, B.S. San Francisco SAM NELSON. B.S. Long Beach: Phi Delta Chi: APhA Rho Chi MILTON W. NENNEMAN. B.S. Oakland JAMES NISHIDA, B.S. , San Francisco ROY NISHIMURA. B.S. San Francisco BRUCE PARKER, B.S. Bakersfield: Phi Delta Chi DON PAVON, B.S. San Francisco JOHN B. PERASSO, B.S. San Leandro: Kappa Psi LAWRANCE L. PETERSON, B.S. Santa Rosa: Phi Delta Chi LEONARD POLONSKY. B.S. San Fransisco: Rho Chi: APhA JACK QUICK, B.S. San Francisco BARRY E. QUINN, B.S. Hayward: APhA RUTH DALE ROSENWALD RUSH, B.S. San Francisco: Lambda Kappa Sigma: Rho Chi Sophomore Class Secretary: APhA: Pharmacy Editor, Medi-Cal 1953: Pharmacy Student Council 1953-54 TOM SIMPSON, B.S. Oakland: Rho Chi HANLEY SIOU, B.S. Oakland BOB STEINMETZ, B.S. Monterey: Phi Delta Chi LEON STERN, B.S. San Francisco JAKE D. STURZENEGGER, B.S. Brawley COLIN TAMBLYN, B.S. Grass Valley GEORGE TI-IARALDSEN, B.S. San Francisco SHIRLEY THARALDSEN, B.S. San Francisco QUICK QUINN RUSH srou u srsunvmrz STERN STURZENEGGER TAMBLYN G. THARALDSEN S. TI-IARALDSEN IOHN TYLER, B.S. San Carlos: Phi Della Chi EDWIN WARES, B.S. E1 Cerrito: APhA: Rho Chi JAMES F. WHEELER, B.S. Port Bragg RICHARD H. WIESER, B.S. San Francisco GORDON A. WITZ, B.S. Alhambra: Kappa Psi BEN YOSHIHARA, B.S. TYLER WARES WHEELHI San Jose: APhA IOHN S. YOUNG, B.S. Oakland: Tau Kappa Epsilon ASUCMC President Pharmacy Student Body President Ir Class President Cal Club: APhA NOT PICTURED: WALLACE BRU BERNARD FOX HAROLD LEVIN DONALD C. PARKER HAROLD STEIN GEORGE WHITMORE WIESER WITZ YOSHIHARA YOUNG wa nw ss su: was ss V ,Yahoo S 1 s 5 9 ..... ., '-5 Q 1 1 lf... allege 0 Dentirtr .--N Y' k C 'm Obiects of the American Dental Association Constitution By-Laws To cultivate and promote the art and science of dentistry, and of its collateral branches, to conduct, direct, and encourage, support or provide for exhaustive dental and oral research: to elevate and sustain the professional character and education of dentists, to promote among them mutual improvement, social inter- course, and good Willy to disseminate knowledge of dentistry and dental discov- eries: to enlighten and direct public opinion in relation to oral hygiene, dental prophylaxis, and advantages and progress of enacting and enforcing proper, just and uniform dental laws in the several states g and collectively, to represent, have cognizance of and safeguard the common interests of the members of the dental profession: with express power to acquire property for the purpose of the corps by purchase, deed, gift, bequest or otherwise, and to hold and administer the same and to publish dental journals, reports and treatises. R. GORDON AGNEW, A.B., L.D.S., D.D.S., M.Sc. tDentl. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Periodonfology and Chairman ot the Section on Oral Diagnosis. HERMANN BECKS, Dr. Med. et Med. Dent. tRostockJ, D.D.S. Professor of Dental Medicine and Chairman of the Division. GERALD A. BELLAGAMBA, B.S-. D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor in Denture Technics. HARRY BERGER, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis. LOREN R. BORLAND. B.S.. D.D.S. Acting Assistant Professor of Oral Diagnosis. LESTER E. BHEESE. D.D.S. Associate Clinical Professor of Operative Dentistry and Chair- man of the Section on Endodontia. DANIEL A. COLLINS, A.B., D.D.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Oral Diagnosis. CHARLES W. CRAIG. D.D.S. Professor of Operative Dentistry and Director of Clinics. BENIAMIN DIENSTEIN, A.B.. B.S., D.D.S, M.S. Assistant Professor of Oral Pathology. STANLEY F. ERPF. D.D.S.. M.S. Assistant Professor ot Crown and Bridge. GORDON M. FITZGERALD. D.D.S. Clinical Professor of Roentgenol0qY. Director of Continuation Studies, Assistant Radiologist, University Hospital, and Chair- man of the Section on Oral Roentgenoloqy. WILLARD C. FLEMING. D.D.S. Professor of Operative Dentistry, and Acting Chairman of the Division of Preclinical Sciences and Section on Dental Mor- phology: Dean of the College of Dentistry. GLEN W. POOR. B.S., D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics. HARRY E. FRISBIE, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Oral Histology and Oral Pathology. IOHN RAYMOND GILL, D.D.S. Clinical Professor of Crown and Bridge Prosthesis and Chair- man of the Division. THEODORE GRANT, D.D.S. Demonstrator in Oral Roentqenoloqy. DAVID H. GRIMM. D.D.S., M.S. Associate Professor of Oral Surgery and Dental Consultant, University Hospital. C. DUDLEY GWINN. D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Oral Surgery and Chairman of the Division. GEORGE A. HUGHES, D.D.S. Professor of Denture Prosthesis and Chairman of the Division. CHARLES S. LIPP, D.D.S. Associate Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis and Oro- iacial Prosthesis, and Chairman of the Section on Oro-facial Prosthesis and Speech Therapy. GEORGE F. MCGEE. D.D.S. Associate Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis. KENNETH L. MCKINNON, A.B.. B.S., D.D.S. Lecturer in Pedodontics and Chairman of the Section. OGLE C. MEHWIN. D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis. IOSEPH V. MITCHELL. B.S., D.D.S. Clinical Professor of Dentistry and Chairman of the section on Dental Materials. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Street, Dr. Hughes. Dr. Ray. Dr. Rule, Dr. Gill. Dr. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Monti, Dr. Gwinn. Dr. Craig. Dr. Wylie, Dr. Fleming. The Dental Clinic affords stu portunity to gain pr dents an op- actical experience. Laboratory procedures ' to make and u tion ' include learning how se various types oi prepara- s in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis. SEIZO MURATA. D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Crown and Bridge Prosthesis. HAROLD G. RAY. D.D.S.. M.S. Associate Clinical Professor of Periodontoloqy and Chairman of the Division. HARRIS E. RID!-INOUR, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis. ROBERT W. RULE. IH., D.D.S. Professor of Operative Dentistry and Chairman of the Di- vision. FREDERIC W. SCHUBERT, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics. NORMAN S. SNYDER, A.B.. D.D.S Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics. I. FREDERICK STEFPAN, D.D.S. ' Assistant Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis. GEORGE E. STENINGER, D.D.S. Clinical Instructor in Operative Dentistry. IEROME C. STRAIN, D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Denture Prosthesis and Oro- facial Prosthesis. , EDMUND V. STREET, D.D.S. Associate Clinical Professor of Operative Dentistry. H. HENRY WEISENGREEN. D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Chairman of the Section. EUGENE E. WEST, B.S., D.D.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics. WENDELL L. WYLIE, A.B., D.D.S., M.S Professor of Orthodontic Orthodontics: Ass' s and Cliairman of the Division ot istant Dean of the College of Dentistry. FIRST HOW: lett to right: Osborne, H. Aikcxwcr. Bar- bieri, Hayashi. SECOND ROW: Codigu. Paregian, Scxpone. I-Iamaii, Raust. THIRD ROW: Miedemu. Boozer, Weston, Le Du. Bastian, Burson. "The quality ot mercy is not strained It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath. It is twice blest: lt blesseth him that gives and him that takes. 'Tis miqhtiest in the miqhtiestp It becomes The throned monarch better than his crown. His sceptre shows the force of temporal power, The attribute to awe and majesty, Wherein doth set the dread and tear of kings: But mercy is above the sceptered sway: It is enthroned in the hearts of kinqsg It is an attribute to God himseltp And earthly power doth then show likest God'-s When mercy seasons justice." -Wm. Shakespeare. . D nm! Clam FIRST ROW: Harris, Guy- nor, B1-onner, Dahl, Ka- iiko, Kawuhcxru. SECOND ROW: Kemp. Gcxzaricxn, Butler, Rice, Ritz, Brock- bcxnk. THIRD ROW: Serr. Pcxregicm. Hogan, Mous- seau, C. Lee, Beckett. FIRST ROW: Charles But- ler. class rep: Gene Mcusseuu, secretary: SECOND ROW: Clinton Lee, vice-president: Hoy Hamaii. president. FIRST ROW, left to right: Herb Owens, president: Max Sobrian, secretary-treasurer. SECOND ROW: Dick Bryan, class rep.: Ioe Soldevila, vice- president. FlRST ROW, left to right: Toy, Yien, Low, Berger, F. Reyn- olds, Yumakuwcr, Karr. SEC- OND ROW: Sobricm, Sera, Tretheway, Slater, Bryan, Poulton, Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Wirthlin, Wcxrdner, O'Connor, G. King, W. Curtis, Soldevila, Tagg. opbomore D nml Clary "We're really doing Dentistry now!" This W ot the really classic remarks overheard at the QS OHS start of our sophomore year. Dentistry, to our surprise, proved to be a tough business, but what Will undoubtedly be remembered was the panic to make the numerous dead- lines in Crown and Bridge Prosthesis, Operative Den- as enjoyable work tistry and Denture Prosthesis. lt W though, and We were exceedingly happy to survive the year with nothing more serious than l comp ete physical exhaustion. Socially, our class activities were severely curtailed by the pressure of work and only two class functions were held. First, there was a Texas Stomp, capably ar- ranged by "Tex" Soldevila, which was complete with a square dance caller, and local atmosphere in the presence of "Hondo" Sullivan. At the close of the Fall semester We tested our dexterity by using chopsticks at a unique dinner party in Chinatown. The class is in- debted to Herb Chow for managing and being host at this successful event which We hope to see repeated. FIRST ROW, left to right: Bleier, Davis, Owens, Per- kins, Ures. Ashby. SECOND HOW: Takeda, Puller, Hew- itt, Dunkel, Friend, I. Gar- rett, Nicholson. THIRD HOW: Chow, Uchiyuma, Arima, Robins, Bcxrkin, O'Neill, Green. FIRST ROW, lei! to right Frank, Dean, Nelson Mourlisen, Morphopoulos Croome. SECOND HOW Iaber, Young, Plet! Foehr. Dearr. Clark THIRD ROW: Fullmer, Wood, Agnew, Campbell. Iaynes. FOURTH ROW Iohcmsen, Spare. Curtis Seager, Maxwell. The freshmen entering the Dental College of the Uni- versity ot California Medical Center in September, 1953, were, on the average, a little younger than groups of recent previous years. The list, however, still contained ex-servicemen, ex-teachers and a few intrepid souls who must strongly believe the saying "Life begins at 4U." After a few weeks of becoming oriented to these new surroundings the class attended the Fall Dental Picnic and won honors by beating all opposition in baseball. At this writing they are wishing they had saved their energy for second semester Prosthesis Lab. The class has benefited by the wonderful tradition here of the advanced students lending a welcoming and helpful hand to the newcomer. Let's work together and see our 59 graduate together. reflymvm Den ml Clam FIRST HOW. left to right: Dugger, Tukeman, Kurtzman. Smith. Ccxlderone, Dougherty. SECOND BOW: Arakawcl, Abrams, McCal1ion, Phillips, Starmer, Hummell. THIRD ROW: Boyce, Wedding, Juhl. Opdahl. Abrahamson, Von- der Abe, Marchese, Vargas, Ronda, Birenbaum, Dawson. FOURTH ROW: Feldman, Maxwell. Merrick, DiPie1ro, Corrigan. Harry Dougherty, president: Clif! Croome, secretary-treasurer: Russ McCallion, vice-president: Ierry Duggar. class representative. :1:,.,:r5,,::.:, 2 . --,U , ..,. F ,V ter m E, ,E .. ':i."iQ5i5 '-- ' g '- ' .,:g::,. .xffm gg , 15525 W W ti 1- rx i""t5Q:Ff:::7fE'if -:-,LEE .... , ' H - H H ' if . g ' E in fx' H 1 ffkg E 5 :sg Q QW H H ez, l,g:s5,22fg F ?'e Q Tl i f H E l E21 ,R -,Q sages? :'25 1 .r,1 . . . - . ' si V ,.. V Sgftkgi .,. -.-. Q , HBS ,.,., .. ., S . ' , ' . -F '- . 1. ..., - ...,.. : ' "" J 5, 'mg . - 91 It e ' ' L-rein' f:: ... --':1-I-sw T ' M ..: 151 .' 5 . if - -. ... -fr .sf--sr -2--iz. G ,X . - ,. V H "" 53' ' -2-" .:2 5:':""- -' '53,-I :J ' -: - 5. " ::: B . .,n is iw, . M " ' E - E " '.:E:1-22 . - :,. :-Q,,:55,: ., ., . ,g 49 Mary Fong, secretary-treasurer: Gwen Shepherd. vice-president: Carolyn Hardin, president. fr Dental ilzbzgzknirtr Sixteen girls from various California univer- sities and junior colleges enrolled in dental hy- giene in September forming one of the largest classes UC had ever had. On their first day in clinic, the luniors wore their new nylon uni- forms, a change from the traditional blue cotton. Having clinic patients, carving clay teeth, and studying were, however, not the only activities during the day. A great deal of fun was also had in the Co-op before it burned and the carn- pus was soon to realize that a few dental hygienists could very often be seen playing cards and drinking coffee between classes. The "16" also had fun on various class activities, including bicycle trips, Italian and Chinese din- ners, dances, picnics, and Dental Health Ed field trips. erq onq, a vies, Garter, Shepherd, Dalrymple FIRST ROW, left to right: Hardin, Tomalino, Burke, Karr, Pickard, B , F Ott. SECOND ROW: D - Murphey, Forrest, Schweiiler, Gregg: ! 1 E a F a 1 1 M fe Si I 2 Kifxiiils--14'-X,'1' 7 7 , "J "iq ' .I ,i4,,.g1,Aj'4.:'3S?3.'JAg.' LE, 51? 1- L-"f l','1T'XfT'1WFWHW1'Y7'RYT-""l3"H8fiks.' 'llksflmizdll'-1 L F 5121 Y:'V"'!",':" '1' 52 eYis3'EiX,E,,,,".,!E K1BtZl.l,...3kI. L8f2iQI-KL'-aullbikvf-bf--Q W"+'1- ' I School of Medzkine The Oath I swear by Apollo the Physician, and Aesculapius, and Health, and All-heal, and all the gods cmd goddesses, that, according to my ability and judgment, I will keep this oath and this stipulation to reckon him who taught me this art equally dear to me as my parents, to share my substance with him, and relieve his necessities if required: to look upon his offspring in the same footing as my own brothers, and to teach them this art, if they shall wish to learn it, without fee or stipulation: and that by precept, lecture, and every other mode of instruction, I will impart a knowledge of the art to my own sons, and those of my teachers, and to disciples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law of medicine, but to none others. I will follow that system of regimen which, according to my ability and judgment, I consider for the benefit of my patients, and abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous. I will give no of Hippocrates - deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any such counsel: and in like manner l will not give to a woman a pessary to produce abortion. With purity and with holiness I will pass my life and practice my art. I will not cut persons laboring under the stone, but will leave this to be done by men who are practitioners of this work. Into Whatever houses I enter, I will go into them for the benefit of the sick, and will abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and cor- ruption: and, further, from the seduction of females or males, of treemen and slaves. Whatever, in connection with my professional practice, or not in connection with it, I see or hear, in the life of men, which ought not to be spoken of abroad, I will not divulge, as reckoning that all such should be kept secret. While I continue to keep this oath unviolated, may it be granted to me to enjoy life and the practice of the art, respected by all men, in all times! But should I trespass and violate this oath, may the reverse be my lot! QP6l1'fWlE7lIf.f LACEN SAUNDERS ALTHAUSEN BELL FRANCES A. TORREY, M.D. Acting Chairman, Dermatology OTTO E. GUTTENTAG, M.D. Chairman, Homeopathy SALVATORE P. LUCIA, M.D. Chairman, Preventive Medicine LT. COLONEL G. L. HEKHUIS Chairman, Medico-Military Science and Tactics MAX S. MARSHALL, Ph.D. Chairman, Microbiology EDWIN B. BOLDREY, M.D. Chairman, Neurological Surgery ROBERT B. AIRD, M.D. Chairman, Neurology HERBERT F. TRAUT, M.D. Chairman, Obstetrics and Gynecology FREDERICK C. CORDES, M.D. Ophthalmology LEROY C. ABBOTT, M.D. Chairman, Orthopaedic Surgery IAMES F. RINEHART, M.D. Chairman, Pathology WILLIAM C. DEAMER. M.D. Chairman, Pediatrics HAMILTON H. ANDERSON, M.D. Chairman, Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics KARL M. BOWMAN, M.D. Chairman, Psychiatry ROBERT S. STONE, M.D. Chairman, Radiology and Radiological Laboratory JOHN B. LAGEN, A.B., M.D. Associate Dean IOHN B. deC. M. SAUNDERS, M.D. Chairman, Medical History and Bibliography THEODORE I.. ALTHAUSEN, M.D. Chairman, Medicine H. GLENN BELL, M.D. Chairman, Surgery FRANCIS I. MURPHY, M.D. Chairman, Anesthesia LEWIS F. MORRISON, M.D. Chairman, Otorhinolaryngology DONALD SMITH, M.D. Chairman, Urology DAVID A. WOOD, M.D. Director, Cancer Research Instituie H. BRODIE STEPHENS, M.D. Acting Chairman, Cardiovascular Board PETER COHEN, M.D. Chairman, Cerebral Palsy ERNEST IAWETZ, Ph.D. Chairman, Committee on Research VERNE T. INMAN, M.D. . I Chairman, Infantile Paralysis Proiect PETER H. I-'ORSI-IAM, M.D. Chairman, Metabolic Unit MICHAEL I. HOGAN, M.D. Director, Proctor Laboratory HERBERT G. IOHNSTONE, Ph.D. Chairman, Tropical Diseases Laboratory RAYMOND I. REITZEL, M.D. Chairman, Clinical Medicine Laboratory JESSE L. CARR, M.D. Chairman, Legal Medicine and Pathological Laboratory HENRY D. BRAINERD, M.D. Chairman, Medical Office LEON GOLDMAN, M.D. Chairman, Surgical Office ES grew TORREY LUCIA MARSHALL BOLDREY AIRD TRAUT CORDES RINEI-IART DEAMER ANDERSON BOWMAN STONE MORRISON COHEN IAWETZ INMAN IOHNSTONE CARR GOLDMAN IOHN E. ADAMS, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery GAIL T. ADAMS. B.S., M.D., Ph.D. Lecturer in Radiology I-IENRY F. ALBRONDA, A.B., M.A., M.D. Instructor in Psychiatry IOHN ALDEN, A.B., M.D. Clinical Instructor in Neurology FRANK W. ALLEN, A.B., Ph.D. Professor of Physiological Chemistry LESLIE L. BENNETT, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Professor of Physiology RALPH C. BENSON, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology HOWARD R. BIERMAN, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Oncology tMedicinet IRVING BERLIN, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Psychiatry WARREN L. BOSTICK, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology OLGA L. BRIDGMAN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Sc.D. Professor of Psychology and Pediatrics ELLEN BROWN, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine HOWARD A. BROWN, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery RALPH BYRON, IR., A.B., M.D. Instructor in Surgery I. LYON CHAIKOFF, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. Professor of Physiology IACKSON T. CRANE, A.B., M.D. Lecturer in Pathology, Pediatrics, and Surgery ROBERT H. CREDE, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine T. TIMOTHY CROCKER. A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine MORRIS E. DAILEY, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine IULIAN S. DAVIS, A.B., M.D. Clinical Instructor in Medicine ROBERT D. DUNBAR, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Neurological Surgery ISIDORE S. EDELMAN, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine OLIVE N. EHRENCLOU, A.B., M.D. - Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine NORMAN N. EPSTEIN, M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology SEYMOUR M. FARBER, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine EUGENE D. FINKLE, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology FREDERICK S. FOOTE, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery LEE D. FULTON, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology MAURICE E. GALANTE. A.B., M.D. Instructor in Surgery RICHARD E. GARDNER, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Surgery IOSEPH E. GIANSIRACUSA, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine PAUL A. GLIEBE, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry GILBERT S. GORDAN, IR., A.B., Ph.D., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Lecturer in Psychiatry DAVID M. GREENBERG. A.B., Ph.D. Professor of Physiological Chemistry LOUIS D. GREENBERG, A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Experimental Pathology ORVILLE F. GRIMES, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Surgery MOSES GROSSMAN, M.D. Instructor in Pediatrics IANET B. GUNNISON, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Microbiology HAROLD A. HARPER, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physiological Chemistry KSurgeryl ROBERT E. HARRIS, A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Medical Psychology ELIZABETH SCI-IULZE HEALD, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology FRANK HINMAN, IR., A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology EUGENE S. HOPP, B.S., M.D. Instructor in Otorhinolaryngology IAMES HOPPER, IR.. A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine OTTIWELL W. IONES, IR., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery ALSON R. KILGORE, B.S., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery SAMUEL I. KIMURA, A.B., M.A., M.D. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology EARL B. KING, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology IACK D. LANGE, B.S., M.S., B.M., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine ROLAND LEVY, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Psychiatry ONAH G LI AB MD I . , . ., . . Assistant Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine BEN AMIN LIBET B. . Ph.D I , S , . Associate Professor of Physiology HAROLD H. LINDNER, A.B., M.D. Clinical Assistant in Surgery and Lecturer in Anatomy STUART LINDSAY. A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology BERTRAM V. A. LOW-BEER, M.D. Professor of Radiology DONALD B. LUCAS, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery CLAYTON G. LYON, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery HORACE I. McCORKLE, A.B., M.D. Professor of Surgery LESTER H. MARGOLIS, A.B., M.D. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry STACY R. METTIER, A.B., M.D. Professor of Medicine KARL F. MEYER, A.B., Dr. phil. IZurichI, Dr. Med. h.c. tzurichl Professor of Experimental Pathology and Lecturer in Medical History and Bibliography EARL R. MILLER, A.B., M.A., M.D. Professor of Radiology HENRY D. MOON, A.B., M.A., M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology GRANT MORROW, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology CLAYTON D. MOTE, A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine CHARLES A. NOBLE, IR., A.B., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine MARY B. OLNEY, A.B., M.D. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics EDMUND W. OVERSTREET, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology ERNEST W. PAGE, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology ISABELLA H. PERRY, M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology DONALD E. PICKERING, A.B., M.D. Instructor in Pediatrics ROBERT L. RAPHAEL, M.D., B.S. Assistant Professor of Radiology WILLIAM O. REINHARDT, A.B., M.D. Professor of Anatomy I. ALFRED RIDER, B.S., M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine IURGEN RUESCH, M.D. Associate Professor of Psychiatry PAUL I. SANAZARO, A.B., M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine GEORGE H. SCI-IADE, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Pediatrics IRWIN C. SCI-IUMACHER, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine Seated at the Speaker's lable at last yecxr's Alumni-Faculty As sociation Banquet for the graduating class held at the St. 'Francis were: Dr. Robert Kerner, Dr. Francis Smyth, Dr. Donald Smith Dr. Henry Brainerd, and Dr. Iames Olmsted. exalt this me as sms? .less Recently the Senior Class has given cm award to the most excellent teacher of the year. and last year's award honored Dr Mary Olney. s i-25, 'HMQQQIE wwsesgsg sWeQf23,r,,,s-lm I sf masse sssngxaieafis was ess Hanoi., ggsizsgsmw wisrsiiiqff it -. .wages Observing and assisting in surgery is a valuable learning experience. Good technique in laboratory pro- cedures is essential ior iuture MDs. KENNETH G. SCOTT. A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Experimental Radiology HENRY H. SEAHLS, B.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Surgery EDWARD B. SHAW, A.B., M.A., M.D. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics H. CLARE SHEPARDSON, A.B., M.A., M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine NINA SIMMONDS. B.S., M.A., Sc.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Preventive Medicine ALEXANDER SIMON, A.B., M.D. Professor oi Psychiatry MAURICE SOKOLOW, A.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine HOWARD L. STI-IINBACH. M.D. Assistant Professor of Radiology LOUIS A. STRAIT. Ph.D. Professor oi Biophysics NORMAN I. SWEET, A.B., M.D. Assistant Proiessor of Medicine STANISLAUS A. SZUREK, B.S., M.S., M.D. Associate Professor of Psychiatry WILPRED E. TORESON, M.D., C.M., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Pathology KAI-IN UYEYAMA, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor oi Medicine ROBERT WARTENBERG, M.D. Clinical Professor of Neurology GILBERT A. WEBB. A.B., M.D. -Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology its Ni, H mm SB swag wsssg- FIRST ROW, left lo riqht: Oiamcxa, Wong. Stunek, Stri- sower, MacGregor. SECOND ROW: Marcus, Rosen, Renter, Thomson. Muruyama. THIRD ROW: Goodman, Harris Plank, Wagner. FOURTH: ROW: Cummins, Fx-eebairn, Gong, Hartviqsen, Bond, Iun- kert, Furnas, Halversen. Informal talk and shop-talk between sandwich bites. -Q Y., v tw A FIRST ROW, left to right Braun, Kempler, Ralph. Bar' hour, Lowe. Bass. SECOND ROW: Dimitmun, Ross, Cea- sar, Blumenield. THIRD ROW: O'Reilly, Colman, Tcmous Gonick. FOURTH HOW: Duane, Kern. Manitscx. G1-eb. FIFTH ROW: Sampson, Bor- inq. Luckey, Golden, Jacob- son, Lecrvitl. SIXTH ROW: S. Bleiier, K. Bleifer. This year We moved from books to patients, labs to Wards, and Mr. to Dr. We Wrote unabridged his- tories and physicalsp ran lab Work-ups now and thenp and attended lectures, demonstrations, rounds and presents. Our class organization has been successfully directed by President Dave Furnas of CPC fame, and Steve Plank, our perennial representative, has once aqain spoken for us in in the ASSM council. Though our academic record may not reflect it, our class social activities have been quite moderate. The year's agenda started with a party on- and there it ended. We're looking forward to next year . . . the O.P.D. year, the new bui1dinq's first year, and our last year. fr Medical Clam Sophomore odicoll Clam lt's been a Greek year for the Sophomore class. The year had barely begun when it was found that ten of our members had lit the torch of Hymen, god of marriage: Demeter, the goddess of the fruitfulness of mankind, smiled down on another group of four. Bacchus was feted in two modified Grecian festivals this year. The first was the annual student-faculty dinner held at a local palace of culinary arts and featured sophoclean discourses by our Venerable instructors. The second occasion was the Cutter Party, held across the bay. This evening was marked by good food, good speeches, and some homemade entertainment on the part of the class. In between the revelry and the marriages and births, Aesculapius, the god of medicine, claimed a goodly share of the class' time and left each of us with an enthusiastic anticipation of next year's Work. is is s is - 55 W , 1 sim EB. EW' E3 W . ' We E W N ,ff rs? 5 it 1 K N W ...,,.,.u E, . ,ai M ir. .WA .si -H -fr -Q WQSVM , , mi,f.w:,. ,. E 'I ' rigs M fs FIRST ROW, left to right: Keith, Coussens, Hiatt, Rose- nuu, Tawa, Foran, Kegel, Crilfiths, Kornfield. SECOND ROW: Bigelow, Frank, Lever, Beniarnin, Lubow, Horan, fVConno". Heer, Ieweit THIRD ROW: Roberts, Cos' key, Matzger, Hersch, Mintz, Knauer, Collier, Guzman. FOURTH HOW: Merhofi, Mumma, Caniino, Taylor, Stanton. Williamson, Brown- ing, deLorimier. its assi- 552251 as E. i is SEER: 1 'ss FIRST ROW, leli to right: Harrison Kornlield treasurer Susie Fong, secretary. SECOND ROW: Wayne Bigelow president: Edward Simmons, vice-president FIRST ROW, lei! to right: Shevick, Punish, Iensen, Breithaupl, S. Fong, Stice, Al-Shammcl, lang. SECOND ROW: Sawyer, Wisner, Hu- ish, Silbermon Dickie. Selig- man, Hadiy, Schmitt. Kilduli. THIRD ROW: Stern, Scholl, Howard, Edelman. Simmons. Baker, Carlai, Sparks, Gross. FOURTH ROW: Cohn, Lar- genl, Yandell, Tierney, Erick- son, Glafkides, G. Smith, EI- conin, Katz, Peard, Moore. Frerbmom Medzkal Clam The Class 'of 1957 had a very successful year in Berkeley, With Dave Costanza, president: Don Adler, social chairman: Carlene Chan, secretaryp and Don Bjorenson, sergeant-at-arms. The members were rather outspoken in their tastes and dislikes. They cheered at Saturday football games, they jeered at lab reports. They welcomed morning coffee breaks but Worried over Anatomy orals. Sallied forth on tennis courts but sweated through research problems. Enjoyed Tilden Park picnics but deplored 8:00 a.m. lectures. Went for noon bridge games but Walled at midterm grades. Claimed a baseball victory over the Stanford fresh- men but cudgeled themselves with Biochem note- books. Soaked up sunshine on Wheeler steps but shrank from impending finals. Thus, with one-fourth of their medical education behind them, the frosh medics are looking forward to a new year on a new campus. FIRST ROW. left to right: Don Adler, vice-president: Cur- lene Chan, secretary: Bill Reilly. intramural representa- tive. SECOND ROW: Robert Selli, representative: Don Biorenson. sergeant-at-arms? Dave Costanzcx, president: I. Hamill, representative: A. Leveton. representative. 2 s 5 2 z 5 2 E v A 2 2 E 2 5 2 5 E 2 5 Z : 5 Q . f 2 E E E Z 3 i s S 5 3 5 E 2 s 1 E 5 ? 2 i E Q S 2 E a e E 5 i 1 1 ' 1 1 4 ir. . M. , ." uma: nu ,.v.m.w ww '4 1 me as ss f , - . ' .. W ww an ' .V , A.u..1uss.1rmm.w- :si ,. M x H vw Lv 5, .sam mes1.w.wvz,ams. -www . '. fwmesazav-aazmfwawy ,H-1 - v1n'2m'ma.s1fe1.msswss.w'sw3v.ns::.w9-wie?-.:?.w1J School of umin 0 i K. ,:,,,, :t.,, nZEL ,51 ,A. The Florence Nightingale Pledge I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly, to pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully. l will abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous, and will not take or knowingly admin- ister any harmful drug. l will do all in my power to maintain and elevate the standard of my profession, and will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping and all family affairs coming to my knowledge in the practice of my calling. With loyalty will l endeavor to aid the physician in his work, and devote myself to the welfare of those committed to my care. MARGARET A. TRACY, R.N.. M.S. Associate Professor of Nursing and Dean of the School of Nursing PEARL CASTILE, B.N., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Nursing ana Assistant Dean of the School of Nursing IEANNETTE S. HILLER, YLN., Ed.D., P.H.N. Associate Professor of Nursing ALICE E. INGMIRE, R.N., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Nursing I-IANNAH M. BINHAMMER, R.N., M.A- Assistant Professor of Nursing MARY T. HARMS, R.N., M.A. Assistant Professor of Nursing BERNICE C. HUDSON, R.N., M.A. Assistant Professor of Nursing DOROTHY K. LOVELAND, PLN., M.A. Assistant Professor of Nursing LURA M. MORSE, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Home Economics KATHRYN M. SMITH. R.N., B.S. Assistant Professor of Nursing IUNI-I T. BAILEY, R.N., Ed.D. Acting Assistant Professor of Nursing HELEN L. ALLEN, R.N., M.S. Instructor in Nursing MARY SUE EVITTS, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing THELMA R. FOREMAN, R.N., M.S. Instructor in Nursing DOROTHY C. GUNNELL, R.N., M.S. Instructor in Nursing MARION E. KALKMAN, R.N., A.B. Instructor in Psychiatric Nursing RUTH E. NUTTING, B.N., M.S. Instructor in Nursing MILDRED M. BUCK, R.N.. B.S. Acting Instructor in Nursing WINIFRED H. INCERTI, R.N., B.S. Acting Instructor in Nursing IACQUELINE I.. ROBINSON, R.N., B.5. Acting Instructor in Nursing OLIVE E. WALKLEY, R.N., B.N., A.B. Lecturer in Psychiatric Nursing MARY B. MUELLER, M.A. Associate in Home Economics MARGUERITE PETERSEN, R.N., B.S., M.S. Instructor in Obstetrical Nursing MILDRED MCGREGOR, B.N., B.A. Acting Instructor in Surgical Nursing MARGARET SAMMICH, R.N., B.S. Acting Instructor in Psychiatric Nursing MIRIAM LAYCOOK, R.N., B.S., M.S. Acting Instructor in Pediatric Nursing SEAT!-ID, left to right: Robinson, Gunnell. Evitts, McGregor, Harms, Incerti, Sam- mich, Ingmire, Fore- man, Allen. Laycock. STANDING: Petersen. Nuttinq, Loveland. Hudson. xr . -E-si-:Ln fm: 5 FIRST ROW, left to riqhi: Uota, White. May. Whittier, Cleu, Breen, Ninomiya. SEC- OND ROW: Vaccarello, Iver- son, Liles, Mendels, Mah, Hastings, Kinoshita. THIRD ROW: Yoshizuka. Carlyon, A. Martin, Welches, Hopper, Holliday, Robie, Barben. FOURTH ROW: Quang, Good- bary, Ferguson, Leederman, Gaz-st, Jordan, Davis. Mary Lou Hopper. Spring semester president' Iean Steele, Fall semester president. :Wi M E, qi FIRST ROW. let! to right: Ostermann. Nii, Vaccarello, Maccagno, Ross, Powell, Walaschek, Lee. SECOND ROW: Ouchida, lean Mar. tin, Iune Martin. Christensen. Scott. Sokol, Adams, Bauer, Wakita. THIRD ROW: Coltrin, Ito, Bari-aza, Olson, Ueki. Hackney, Oppenlander Swan, FOURTH ROW: Toler, Herkner, Ramsey, Hornig, Fitzwater, Traulsen, Sha, De- Simone. The class of September '52 started the year under the direction of officers: lean Steele, presidentp Mary Lou Hopper, vice-presidentp loAnn Herkner, secretaryg and Donna Adams, treasurer. Not a class to merely study and work we had many activities including a barbecue in Oakland, the lr.-Sr. banquet, and a Christmas party for underprivileged children, complete with Santa Claus. February came and with it the election of new officers: Mary Lou Hopper, presidentp Frankie Barben, vice-pres? dent: Marian Ostermann, secretary, and Dorothy Mac- caqno, treasurer. With the arrival of new freshmen, we became seniors, the wearers of the "faded" blue. As such we put on a fashion show for all senior nursing students of San Francisco. With another six months left, We still have much ahead of us. Sql emb zf 5 uming Clary Service on surgical wards includes setting up solutions for intravenous infusion. The babies are the stars oi the nursery service. A newcomer poses for his lirst photo. LORNA AUSTIN, President. Februar 5 uming Claw One year has passed Csiglfil since We last boasted oi our mighty "eleven" and still we all have held out and have not fallen by the Wayside. We have had IOOCXJ participation in most of our activities and our enthusiasm is a mystery to all who know us. We kept busy most of the year with classes and ward routines along with the NCSNA conven- tion, class council meetings and the Student-Faculty Teas. At Christmastirne We all journeyed to Oakland for dinner prepared by our notorious "chef" Peg Bowen and for our first year anniversary we celebrated at the McBee's in Richmond. By next year at this time most of us will have at last attained our goal oi a graduate nurse, but till then we must be content with our extracurricular activities to keep us happy, it not healthy. FIRST ROW: left to right Nishi. Austin, Truger, Zander. L. Young. SEC- OND ROW: Uno, Brandes, S. White, Bowen, McBee, Bollcmtyne. 3 W. M ' ES EM , Freshmen all over again for the third time. But we FIRST HOW, left to right Hardie, Carlyon, Dere, Lar- son, Hirooka, Watanabe, Shi- mane. SECOND HOW: Hofer. Helman, Manwaring, Heitich, Palmer, Pomeroy, I. Ferguson, THIRD ROW: Herman, Heald, Scudier, Sundkulla, Takenou- chi, Parker, Weisenherqer, Bealy. Ianet Heald Spring semester president: Ioan Murray, Fall semester president. Sakuma, Yokoqawa, Suyama lotski, Hill, Williams, Francis Olsson, Moore, Olsen, Elkin kumcr, Marzluit, Zenger, Koch Murray, Teiierner, Lowry Lichti, Callison. rmsr now. left lo fight: Sato, Ciemny, Novolozo. P. Emery. snconn now: xml Leemun. THIRD now: s. suf had fun in our struggle to take a place in the world oi the UC. Medical Center. Girls from all over California, Hawaii and other states make up our class which is enthusiastically seeking to learn and enjoy this life. Activities were many and varied. Trying to sell apples isn't the easiest thing to do, especially since money is concerned. It was still fi fruitful venture. Then- the tea and fashion show. Talk of getting a well-known store to show their stock flew about, but we had more fun modeling our own belongings. The final phase of being freshmen included the men- ace to all good grades-finals. And the more pleasant event of a welcome session for the new students. At last, the end of our freshman regime, but we leave it behind with a regretful note, for what an experience it has been! Selbtem ber 5 main Clary FIRST ROW, left to right: I Westbrook. Edwards. Baer, Burst, Chong Hardy. SECOND ROW Chanq, Smith. Bender, Saywell, Laughlin. Marples. is Sf -ass T at sit its eff?-tires ,V ,L ' " JEAN MARPLES President Februar 5 main Clam Twelve "Belles on Their Toes," so happy and fr With parties, dances, receptions, and teasg All t s officers-so unique are wel o u At work we're serious-so the instructors say, They never see us in the dorm-"tres gat", Where seniors and sophs lead us astray. Bewildered and lost in clinic and Ward, We practice in lab with mistakes galorep Using the hypos like a twelve-inch sword! In lecture We sit so straight and trim, Listening and learning with vigor and vim: ' d 1' I A dozen y oung lassies-all slender an s 1m Affiliation with the Visiting e Association takes stu- Nurs dents to all parts of the city ' d health for bedside care an teaching. Pre-nursing students from the taken Berkeley campus are on an introductory tour. 1 , G9 E S E 2 5 Q Z If is 4 5 'Q ? 53 3 2 5 E X E S z n 3 E E Q Q E 5 5 5 ? E 3 E. I 5 1 a z E 5 31 L E f it ti ., S 5 ? E5 E2 5 Q lr . . . . . . 1 . . ' . r.. 2. :zxm,.-...- :gm L- 4!.l,.an.mmrz1m1.:.ll.z-sun. An Aa1'.ame.mw.wmrw1x.:J.:4 M.x.s.:,s. v:f-.fa.sa.:wrAma,.s1wm.e1,:wnf.zzm.smm-zvW awm . exnssvm I x 1 U 5 5 awswnfmive :mm ui.. 1s.aw5A1A-.xm:g::Q:wwsa-srawfmm4vanalw1sa..m gnu. A ' . .4 .... ' swss.M:xwas6 s:xzsz,m xx Q 2 2 2 1 Ame aiawax, e24:awaa :sv amwmmwmQ xm mmsgmmmilsunsxlw College of lymfmvlcy I g Oath and Prayer of Maimonides Thy Eternal Providence has appointed me to watch over the life and health of Thy creatures. May the love for my art actuate me at all times: may neither avarice, nor miserliness, nor the thirst for glory, nor for a great reputation engage my mind: for the enemies of Truth and Philanthropy could easily deceive me and make me forgetful of my lofty aim of doing good to Thy children. May I never see in the patient anything but a fellow creature in pain. Grant me strength, time, and opportunity always to correct what I have acquired, always to extend its domain: for knowledge is immense and the spirit of man can extend infinitely to enrich itself daily with new requirements. Today he can discover his errors of yesterday and tomorrow he may obtain a new light on what he thinks himself sure of today. I O God, Thou hast appointed me to watch over the life and death of Thy creatures: here I am ready for my vocation. And now I turn unto my calling: TROY C. DANIELS, Ph.D. E- I-EONG WAY, Ph-D- Dean of the College of Pharmacy, and Professor of Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology Ph t' l Ch ' t mmqceu M erm W JANET B. GUNN1soN, A.r., M.A. IOHN I. EILER, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Microbiology A ' t D f th C ll f Ph nd Professor oi Plifrlsi-licirrcy 5551 lgiochimfstrifge O ammcy G FREDERICK H. MEYERS, A.B., M.D. HAMILTON H. ANDERSON, A.B., IVLS., M.D. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology rof ssor of Pharmacolo and Toxicolo KWAN HUA LEE, Ph.D. P e gy gy Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry DONALD C. BRODIE, Ph.D. Professor of Pharmacy WILLIAM M. McEWEN, Ph.D. I Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Assistant Research WAI?JRE?l' D. K?'gX1I.EH, Ph.D. d Ph i lol t Radiochemist sor o emistr an armaceu ica 'iemis r to GS Y Y SIDNEY RIEGELMAN, Ph.D. IO!-IN F. ONETO, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacy THOMAS W. SCHWARZ, Ph.D. ROBERTSON PRATT, Ph.D. 1 1 Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Professor of Pharmaco nos and P ant Pn sio o Q Y Y gy L. DALLAS rucx. Ph.D. LOUIS A, STRAITI php, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Professor of Biophysics H. I-I. WEISENGREEN, D.D.S. EINAR BROCHMANN-HANSSBN, Ph.D. ASSiStCmtPrOfeSS0r Of Anatomy Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and pharmacy IEROME M. YALON, B.S. Assistant Clinical Professor of Hospital Pharmacy, Assistant NATHAN COOPER, B.S. Administrator, University Hospital Associate Professor of Military Science and Tactics RUSSELL COLEMAN, B.S., D.D.S. STEPHEN I. DEAN, IR., Ph.G., Ph.C., B.S. IUSITI-'lCl0Ti11 Anatomy Associate Professor of Pharmacy and Manufacturing pharmacist EUGENE C. IORGENSEN, Ph.D. FRANK M. GOYAN, Ph.D. Instructor in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Associate Professor of Chemistry STANLEY R- MARINCIK, B.S. CHARLES H. I-IINE, M.D., Ph.D. Clinical Instructor in Hospital Pharmacy, Principal Pharmacist Associate Clinical Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology JOHN E- PRESTON, B.S., M-S. Instructor in Pharmacy A BENIAMIN LIBET, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physiology AI-EX SHRIF T, Pl1-D- Instructor in Pharmacognosy and Plant Physiology KENNETH G. SCOTT, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Experimental Radiology, Director oi DAVID D- KENDRICK, B-S-, MJ-L the Radioactivity Center Lecturer in Economics and. Pharmacy Administration WILLIAM W. STILES, M.D. DAVID B. NEMER, A.B., M.B.A-, LL.B. Associate Professor of Public Health Lecturer in Accounting and Laws of Pharmacy FIRST HOW, lei t to r ight: Shrift, Dean, Goyan, Preston, Lee, Strait. SECOND ROW: Eiler, Cooper, Stiles, Gunnison, Schwarz, Coleman, Weisen- green. ss I--me ses- s ymnlgf ms insist slum IEE C15 FIRST ROW, leit to right: Rapaport, Brochmann, Hanssen, Iorgensen, Mc- Ewen, Way, Daniels. SECOND ROW: Brodie, Scott, Yalon, Marincik, Pei-stein, Tuck, Hiegelman, Libet, Pratt, Meyers. ms. ' M M -A 'iw M si-ost-t .M gsm, Wmsmsii rm'-'s FIRST ROW, leit to right I. Nomura, G. Nomura, Leibo witz Lowe, Tulle: Martin, B Ballard. srzcoim nowS Schieser, Gosscxrd, Mizuharc: Wilson, Sarboraria, Lester. THIRD HOW: Forrest, Abell, Iohnson, Vernon, Hcxmpel, Petrovay. FOURTH ROW Scheline, Scott, Schaefer, Walker, Edelslein, Baker Tomimaisu. Vera: Stein, secretary-treasurer: Gene Barton, vice-president: Bill Scott, president. FIRST ROW, leit to right: Boizbach, Puccinelli. SECOND Ciddio, Durgaricm, Dunn, Lim ler. The majority of us were introduced to the indispens- Rose, Brown, Hoffman, Corea, Muqhannam, Shimascxki, ROW: Iseri, Levy, Smith, THIRD now: Eidam. McNu- mara, Dieter, Lozuno, Gustaf- son, Costello, Milliken, Beh- able mortar and pestle and intricacies of pharmaceuti- cal procedures to the tune of pounding hammers and falling lumber, sounds which gave us an exciting prom- ise ot spending some of our remaining school days in ultramodern surroundings. Among the many events we have enjoyed, one in particular stands out, the Fall Picnic at Marin Town and Country Club. Our class turned out almost one hundred percent to welcome the newcomers to the 'College of Pharmacy. Our sophomore year was a bit bewildering: our junior year has been tunp but our senior year will be one ot serious contemplation on graduation, taking the state board, and finally finding a place in the profession. . k rmnlq Clam FIRST ROW left to nghl Rogers Abrams Iue Seite Otte L Dutra Kessler Gold iarb R Lee SECOND HOW I Morettc Kcxwagoe Ioe Young Landells Kiama Fu Junotc Arnold Escallier Ash craft THIRD ROW: Rafferty Guard, Bailey, Larsen, Massa Duet, Crumley, Andersen, Sophomore Pbmfmvlq C 10155 ln September, the class of '56 entered the College of Pharmacy with high hopes for the future. After several weeks every member of the class was fully aware that he was attending a professional school and not a college such as he attended previously. This was evident by the attitude of the students. All was not study, however, for a few moments of relaxation were forthcoming. The Col- lege of Pharmacy picnic, the sophomore class Christmas party, and other Medical Center functions helped to keep the members of our class socially alive. During this past year we have created an atmosphere of friendship throughout, and in doing so we have included everyone in our activities. Our hopes are, and will continue to he high for the future. 2635 is Don Girard. president: Lois Dutra, secretary-treasurer Ron Duer, vice-president. FIRST ROW, lei! to right: Storz, Koss, R. Moretto, New- man. Vierra, Canini. Leiter. SECOND ROW: Tohenkin, Owen, Wagner, C. Walker, Kobayashi, H. Fox, Ikebuchi THIRD now: Daniels, Belkal Ludwig, Froese, L. Levy. Silva, M. Martin. ' fr,Eiig.q,,, .ses - argl g Day. Sit-f Bn swim msg sw- ?...av.m .x. x.' -' wi: 4n ai.s.ez ...mf nm- T ! ,. 5 a f z 1 4 Q I 5 E 5 e 5 f i KI 2 X, i 2 6 3 5 :- 5 2, E, 5 -, .i w V-ummm: mmm img-Qegmumn mnmuxumwmmmm mmmmwmumluv '.-mmmmmmmmnnmm.wmf.- -X Complex work goes into the synthesis oi organic compounds in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. ROTC calls for cx six-week summer camp ct Fort Sam Houston, Texas. A meriwm Pla rmvlceu tical Afro iation FIRST ROW, leit to right: lim Wheeler, Molly Chin, secretary-treasurer SECOND HOW: Ken Bullard, president: Monroe McCallum, vice-president Socarr-f Fon ABOLLTION OF Fu-:ALS r-MOTEQMS AND EXAMIN ATc0M.S KN Cfeaeam. 'X S HOW Yvwz C NCI-K A ctizfitzbf 6l n K W P! N , w , 1 NW N I k. H , :N 1 N! . 1 r 4 M , ' ', U l QE Y I X VKX MN NOT1QEg ',' tw 1 xl! 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Included in the spring agenda were talks on various pertinent subjects by doctors and priests, a Day ot Recollection, a St. Patricks Day dance, a picnic, and the semester finished with a breakfast meeting. Newman Club attempts to provide activities---social, intellectual and spiritual. FIRST ROW, left lo right: Ray Berg, Evron Lesdermcm, Frances Barben. SECOND ROW: Merle Morris, Dan Donovan. Bob Mmmcplz mjjf The rotating editorship of the Medi-CAL fell this year to the Nursing Student Body. Members of the staff "joined up" from the Schools of Pharmacy, Dentistry and Medicine. Sales, advertising, copy, snaps, pages, layouts-there seemed to be no end of things to do. Ideas slipped in and out of favor, some to be caught and held by type and binding. Staff sessions Were hash sessions for ideas, techniques and plans of action. All, that is, but the staff banquet which finished the year. Most of the actual "book work" was done by the separate staffs. Dashing to do bits of Work: conferring to make them fit together. And finally the printer's proofs of copy came back to fit into the layout. J-lt last, the final bit of typed copy and ruled snapshots were on the Way and so was the book. Lim created our cartoon charact . BIS me in .FMF 'M M H E Hammer M xmas, M'-we SW me Hamann EEE-gsm' swam Hamann mms W-,fl-me Em eh Ei: me B b EHR ,mqegezzzew H? H H eva, Q' my mg grease:-effggfsiirwrmrm we ..s-"'- -2ees'p2-Q,eae,rg- W NW HH W rfmga' gg -M E Qgfgaw E595--we My H N, fis2m.gg:5E?'- wwglgfew?-1519 Mimgmm sexe xii-,-when H M? :,,,.,W ,5?iis.1sf'? E H w H Qmrfeei - e:ynm,wkE.e.fg3ffye-:HQ-QQwww 'Wim fr-me W 'M 'muse-f-gflm NEWER My We Q'-we we mm 'Q 'Sanus ' mm WEE aw xl-:lap as mamma as Rm-me ?E,-e EBF., 'wang' B rg stmggewg HN me na A me is an s B SS H SS B WHERE '. is as as m as W? we me me is as is ass me is gs ms an as as E me nu ma - mm is ,af am H me rg is me B we 'na we A lu .ug 3 iii wx ouncil FIRST ROW. left to right: Ioyce Wakita, Mary Lou Hopper, Carol DeWitt, Renata Leeman, Bobbie Her- man. SECOND BOW: Ioan Murray, Mei-Hua Sha, Peggy Bowen, Pat Callison, Kay Uno. THIRD ROW: Bev Walden, Marie Foster, fall semester president: Miss Allen, faculty advisor: Carolyn Whittier. spring semester president: Ev Leederman. FOURTH HOW: Marilyn Zabrowski, Marilyn Ebert, Lyn May, Ioelle Sandkulla, Betty Kurihara, Liz Sokol. bmfmacy Council FIRST ROW, left to right: Iohn Young, President: Herb Green, Bob Gibson, Ruth Rush. SECOND ROW: Merle Bax-tel, Ken Ballard, Jim Barekman. THIRD ROW: Jack Quick, Don Girard, Don Escallier. FIRST ROW, left to right: Paul Kasparian. Molly Chin. lim Funnell. SECOND ROW: Gene Nagcxse, Sam Nelson, Leonard Polonsky. THIRD ROW: Adoph Kcxmil, Tom Simpson, Ed Wares. FOURTH BOW: George Whitmore. Ken Bullard, Ruth Hush, lack Quick, Marian Gieqex. Rho Chi Rho Chi is the national honorary society in pharmacy. Its fundamental ob- jective is "to promote the advancement of pharmaceutical sciences through the encouragement and recognition of intellectual scholarship." ln 1949, the thirty-third chapter, Alpha Lambda, of Rho Chi was installed at the University of California College of Pharmacy. Since this time approxi- mately lOU students, graduates, faculty, and alumni have qualified for mem- bership in this chapter by means of their "scholarly attainment and outstand- ing achievement in pharmacy." The past year's activities centered around two initiation dinners: on Decem- ber l5th ten new members were initiated at a dinner held at Rickey's in Stones- town with Dr. Peter Forsham, Director of the Metabolic Unit on this campus, as guest speaker: on May 7th ten additional members were brought into the local chapter. Student membership consists of fourteen seniors and eight juniors. Officers for the 1953-54 school year Were: lack Quick, president: Leonard Polonsky, vice- presidenip Mollie Chin, secretary-treasurer: and Marian Geiger, historian. Dr. Donald C. Brodie is faculty advisor for the chapter. ASUCMC The ASUCMC Council has now been in existence for seven years and We are still looking forward to our dream of a Student Union on this campus. The possibility seems brighter now, however, since We saw the proposed plans and were told ground breaking ceremonies will probably be in the spring of 1955. There were various accomplishments on campus this year including a success- ful sale of ASUCMC cards, President Sproul's annual welcoming tea at the Nu Sigma Nu house, Open House at the 610 Parnassus nurses' dormitory, the Christmas Formal at the St. Francis, establishment of an evening class program at San Francisco State College for our students Cmost classes dealing with sports? and the Bacchus Medicalus at the California Country Club. All students registered on the San Francisco Campus are members of the Association in good standing. Associate members are drawn from the profes- sional staff under conditions set by the Executive Council. This Council, formally called the Executive Committee of the Associated Students, is composed offtwelve voting members. The Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy each send three such representatives to the Council. There are also five ex-officio members, Without voting privileges, drawn from the Dental and Nursing fresh- man classes, from the School of Physical Therapy, from Medical Technology, and from any other curriculum at the Medical Center. The Council receives the general principles of its functions from the Constitu- tion, being the legislative and administrative body of the students' association and, as such, has the final authority in supervising the affairs, policies, conduct, etc., of this Association. lt is responsible for payment of fees and assessments as well as for the expenditure of ASUCMC funds. The Council, in line with this considers all budgets concerned with maintenance oi student activities and has general control over such student interests as are delegated to it by the President of the University or the Deans of the various colleges. Meetings of the Council are held once each month, on the last Wednesday, in the Crummer Room. Members must be notified in advance by mail. These meetings are open to the general student body unless the Council votes unanimously to close them. Polls of any voting done in such closed sessions, however, must be presented to the student body. FIRST HOW, le!! to right: Carolyn Whittier, Lyn May, Iohn Young, ASUCMC president: Bobbie Herman, Peggy Bowen. SECOND ROW: Lowell Sparks. Don Escallier, Mei-Hua Sha. Dave Smith, Betty Io Ware, lean Johnson. Fred Kobayashi, Lee Harris, Deane Ebner, Hon Nicholson. ' ,At , . W vt .Auf , FIRST ROW, lei! to right: Bczrhen Chcmninq. Foster, Wisner, Sha Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Young, Hanson, Dr. Iohnstone, Koba- yashi. Ware. NOT PICTURED: Aronberg. K. Ballard. Bcxrtel Boozer. Gazax-ian. McCallum Renter, Sampson, D. Smith. Cal Club The California Club was founded in 1934 by Robert Gordon Sproul. Its purpose is to have one nucleus organization on each of the campuses of the University to serve as unifying forces. These member chapters gather annually to meet and discuss common problems pertaininq to the students on the various campuses. This year's convention was held in Berkeley. The Medical Center chapter joined UCLA, Berkeley, Davis and Santa Barbara members in attempts to make plans for improvement of intercampus relations. Another activity is the Club's operation of the Maclise Fund which provides finances for members who wish to travel from one campus to another in further- ance of some worthy project, curricular or co-curricular. I A S S M ouncil FIRST ROW, left io right: Lee Harris, vice president: Iohn Clarke, Wendy Milmore, Sieve Plank. Neal Blumenfeld. SECOND ROW: Lowell Sparks. Bob Selli, Ioe Scxbellu, presi- dent: Mike Scholl, Alun Leveton, Ken Elconin, secretary-treasurer: Dick Huish. entail Ex Committee 78 l l FIRST ROW, left lo right: Herb Owens, Dean Fleming, Iecm Iohnson, Betty Io Ware, vice-president: Fred Kobayashi, president. SECOND ROW: Boy I-Iamaii, Dick Bryan. Jerry Dugger, Hurry Dougherty, Ron Nicholson, secretary-treasurer: Merle Morris. NOT PICTURED: Bill Ware, Charles Butler, Dean Ebner, social chairman. n nm swan my m 23 mmf- 5 E ss a E z msd- LEFT T0 RIGHT: Iean Steele, Ioyce Hackney, Carolyn Whittier, Lyn May, Paula Cleu. ...A,,,,gsgHag Editor ..,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ..... F rances Barben Assistant Editor ..,.... ............ I oan Davis Dentistry Editor ....A ...... M erle Morris Medical Editor ....... ......... B ay Berg Nursing Editor ....... ........ I ean Steele Pharmacy Editor ........... ............ D an Donovan Organizations Editor ..... ...................... L yn May Advisor ........................... ..... D r. Donald C. Brodie Business Manager .......... ,....... Ca roiyn Whittier Advertising Manager ....... ....... E vron Leederman Sales Manager ............ ..,.......,..............,........ P auia Cleu Cartoonist ,......,...... ...,. ........................,.,..,..,.........,..,.... 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Although this leads to friendly rivalry, We agree that We have led a busy social schedule this past year. Some of the highlights were: A haunted house party with a very effective tunnel of horrors: an "Eve- ning in Paris" with the appropriate risque entertainment. In February the alumni and the two chapters had a chuckwagon dinner. We are also unique in being the only house on campus with three TV sets strategically placed among the cell blocks. On a number of occasions, students and alumni have gotten together for lectures on subjects of dental interest. These were of particular importance to the six of us getting paroled in Iune. A Qnb mega DENTAL I-'HATEHNITY Founded at Philadelphia. Penn.. 1907 Thirty-four Chapters Nu Chapter Established 1920 108 Cole Street POPPERS GAYNOR SHERMAN CORWIN FRIEDMAN MAGY ABHAMS S. LEVIN BRONNER COLE I-'LEHING-ER FELDMAN RICE BLEIER GREEN KURTZMAN ROUDA TUKEMAN 'SENIORS SOPHOMORES Stan Corwin Bob Bleier President ...... .............,.,.... B ud Silverman Mel Friedman 106 Green Don Levin Ierry Poppers Secretary ..... ..... A rt Bronner Dave MUQY Treasurer ..... ,.,,.., B ob Ble-ier Don Sherman Bud Silverman IUNIORS FRESHMEN' Art Brormer AI Abrams Ron Cole Dave Bierenbaum Max Flehinger Mel Feldman Dave Gaynor Cal Kurtzman Stun Levin Bob Roudc: Don Rice Cy Tukemcm Delta Sigma Delta DENTAL FRI-XTERNITY Founded at Arm Ax-bor. Michigan, 1882 Thirty-four Chapters Zeta Chapter Established 1891 330 Purncrssus Avenue The Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity has had an active year socially, Well as active as one can have in a dental college. The pledge party, Halloween party, Christmas party and the Delta Wive's traditional Western dance, with a square-dance-caller, yet, were pleas- ant and refreshing breaks from the regu- lar dental school grind during the fall semester. The Delta house was also happy to play host to the Dental Student Body for the Christmas party Where everyone from the Dean to the newest freshman enjoyed the egg-nogs and caroling. During the spring semester the Delis looked forward to more lively and relaxing parties, especially the annual South Seas party where everyone, yes everyone, went native-Oh, la la! OFFICERS Grand Master .......................... Bob Boozer Worthy Master ....... ...... G ordon Harris Scribe .................... ....... C harles Dahl Treasurer .,.... r..... , .Ray Kreizinger Historian .......... ....,...,,...... P aul Barkin Senior Page ....... ........ G ene Mousseau Iunior Page ....r... ....... A rnold Gazarian Tyler ................, ........ S am Pareglan HARRIS WHITESIDE OKAMOTO IUE WILLIAMS KHEIZINGER BBMHUD HUNT QUINN BOOZER MCKENZIE KAISER REYNOLD BROCKBA MOUSSEAII BYERLY CHIN EBNER KOBAYASHI KOUMHIAN LUX ' HUHLAND SCHABEL SIMPSON DAHI. GHZAHIHN PBHEGIBN BARKIN SEN IORS lack Bamrud Bob Lux Bob Brennan Bill Byerly Annie Chin fHonoraryl Deane Ebner Shiro Ego Bob Frates Hay Hunt lack Kaiser Fred Kobayashi Ernest Koumrian Merle Morris Hitoshi Okamoto Bill Quinn Decm Reynolds Ed Ruhlcxnd Russ Schahel Bob Simpson Dale Thompson Newell Whiteside Dale Williams EGO PIRATES MORRIS Bob Booze: Jack Brockbank Bob Buchman Bill Burson Charles Dahl Arnold Guzuricm Gordon Harris Philip Weston AEA Bill Iue Ray Kreizinger Bob Mckenzie Gene Mousseau Sum Paregian Allred Stokes Dale Uriu FULLER I-IEWITT SOLDEVILA COELHO I-IUMMELL Paul Bcxrkin Sal DiMercurio Bob Friend Waller Fuller Dick Glissmeyer Milo Hewitt lim Moniieth O'NEILL AGNEW CURTIS IAYNES SOPHOMORES Ice O'Nei1l Ray Patrick Fred Revnolds Merien Robins Ioe Soldevilu Dick Trethewuy lack Ures lim Ycxmakcxwa CLARK FULLMER YOUNG 1-'OEHR VARGAS IOHANSEN Leonard Agnew Elbert Clark Bill Coelho Kay Curtis Bob Foehr Fred Pullmer PRESHMEN Pcxul Gun Earl Hummell Dick Iuynes Nelson Iohansen Harold Vargas Bill Young Psi me oz DENTAL FRATERNITY Founded at Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Thirty-one Chapters Beta Delta Chapter Established 1903 101 Woodland Avenue OFFICERS ' Grand Master .................. William Garrett Iunior Grand Master..C1arence Graham Secretary .......................... Deryck Nucklon Treasurer ....... .......... F red Lude MARINO BRUCKER BAILEY CALDERONE SHAVER BURTON CORRIGAN SOO H00 MARCHESE SENIORS IUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRI-ISHMEN David Bailey Paul Benevent Larry Brucker William Burlon Eugene Goth Iames Marino Philip Shaver Donald Soo Hoo Lyle Tyler William Ware Lloyd Bastian William Garrett Clarence Graham Richard Polentz Francis Ritz Leland Rosenau Michael Sapone Charles Davis Iames Garreit Iames Karr Clyde King Fred Lude Deryck Nuckton Robert Calderone Dan Corrigan Clifford Croome Wayne Dawson Stephen Dean Marvin Dearr Edmund DiPietro Harry Dougherty Melvin Prank Michael Marchese Hercules Morphopoulos Iohn Nelson Harry Plett Billy Starmer BENEVENT GOTI-I TYLER STARMER X i Pri Ploi DENTAL FRATERNITY Founded at Ann Arbor. Michigan, 1889 Forty-five Chapters Iota Chapter Established 1894 745 Parnassus Avenue During the course of the year the emphasis at the Zip House was spot- lighted on house improvements. Num- erous projects were accomplished, and We take pride in having the finest House on campus. We pay tribute to our Zip- pette organization, comprised of the wives of our married brothers, for being of such indispensable assistance in the accomplishment of our many goals. Our Social Calendar provided many functions for both our members and the freshman pledges. Among the more outstanding events were the Christmas Party, the Medical Center Christmas Formal cocktail party, our annual Rush party and the freshman costume dance which was a tremendous success. Iota Chapter Welcomes the Class of '57, and says farewell and good luck to the Class of '54. OFF ICEBS President. ............................... Stan Codiqa Vice-president ...................... Fred OSbO1'r1e House Manager .....,...... Ray Blevins tFalD Dana Wemple tSpringD Secretary ,,,,...,...................... Dan Peterson Editor ,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,, ' ,,..... Max Sobrian Pledge Master ......... ........ D ick BFYCIH 96 O'CONNOR TEST LIPPI OWENS OLSON LIPP PETE-RSEN OSBORN POULTO DAMELE McBRIDE BERGER SOBRIAN lDIERKES HALL KLOPE SCHWAB SODERSTROM BRYAN szmons Richard Brown Burton Coleman Joseph Damele Don Dierkes Tom Gross Gaylord Hall William Klope Anthony Lippi Alan Lippincott Loren McBride Don Schwab E. Phillip Soderstrcm Dan Test Ii IUNIORS Richard Barbieri W. Raymond Blevins Stanley Codiqa Kenneth Kemp Ed Le Du Dale Olson Fred Osborne Ice Ravazzcxno H. Duncan Tonninqsen Dana Wemple Loren Williams 711141 TKIJCID ht SULLIVAN ABRAHAMSON I ABER OPDAHL PHILLIPS TAGG DUGGER MCCALLION BOYCE MAXWELL IUHL SOPHOMORES lim Berger Richcxrd Bryan William Curtis Robert Dunkel Rhea Iohnson Gene King Ron Nicholson Tod O'Cormor Herb Owens Dun Peiersen Don Poulion Max Sobrian Frank Sullivan I ohn Tagg Russell Wczrdner Robert Wirthlin William Wagner Richard Abrahcxmson Tom Boyce Gerald Dugger Karl Hows Sum Iober Rcxlph Iuhl Ted Maxwell Russell McCal1ion 'FRESHMEN Dean Merrick Darril Opduhl Larry Phillips Marvin Seeger Tony Smith Donn Vonder Ahe Stanley Wedding Vince Wood .41 E 5 Q 3 32 5 14 F 1 vs X Eh 5 5 +1 3 12 L5 r':! 11,1 55 is E5 ,Ei Ei? 1 5 YQ ,Q fi xl 52 I R. .W Eii 5? 3 2, 3 A 3 is 591 is iii iii fn S 5 5 E ii sig SH .1, ri 3 ,wawmm-:f2.1.m:sn.A1.x.A:m, names f Wm wa.awm1.w w+w.W7w:f1..:w: m:u efHW .. .... W .......... .... .... w sm wwe mx2:21mmm..m.m.vw' i ....,..... masmewamwm ....,.... .... : ,mmmmnmmmnmv E si, 5 2 E 1 fi 5 Q 5 E. gg 5 2 D 2 2 5 2? I E Z B 'x E 2. e 5 5 3 5 5 5 a T 2 1 5 3 5 E 2 Yi I L 5 FE ii E E 5 B: SENIORS George Hurwitz Simos Michaelides Maury Smith Iohn Van Peenen TUNIOBS Gene Boring Bob Hartvigsen Bill Iunkert BOPHOMORES Abdul Al-Shammo: Dick Gross Bruce Howard Henry Schmitt Fletcher Taylor AQJIM Kappa Kapp MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded at Dartmouth College, 1888 Forty-five Chapters Sigma Chapier Established 1899 100 Iudah Street BORING MICHABLIDES I sM1'rH Hunwrrz Gnoss HARTVIGSEN ,IUNKI-IRT VAN PEENEN HOWARD SCHMITT AL-SHAMMA TAYLOR OFFICERS President ........,,.............. Iohn Van Peenen Vice-president .................. George Hurwitz Corresponding Secretary ...... Bill Iunkert Recording Secretary ........ Henry Schmitt Treasurer ..........,.........,....... Bruce Howard Marshal ....... ,........ B ob Hartvigsen Warden ....... ..... S imos Michaelides Chaplain ..,.. ............. G ene Boring lOl Phi Chi MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded March 31, 1889 Pi Delta Chapter Established 1908 Sixty-five Chapters 10 Iudah Street The fall semester at Phi Chi was one oi dinner in darkness, one typified by all the machinations and yicissitudes oi rushing, one highlighted by a party or two. Spring semester commenced appro- priately enough with the Annual Found- er's Day Banquet C18 bright young pledges welcomed? and can be charac- terized as a semester oi big plans. Here are some of them: l. A formal dance with the alumni: 2. The perennial and venerable Bohemian Brawl: 3, Cozy Fri- day evenings with the local alumsg 4. Progress on the plans for a new, bigger home tor Phi Chi. Presiding Senior .................... Dick Barnett Senior Rushing Chairman ..,..... Iohn Ross Presiding Junior .............. l-lish Yamauchi House Mgr.-Treasurer .......... Ted Cantino Alumni Secretary .................,.. Lee Smith Senior Social Chairman ...... Ted Bushnell Secretary ............................ Bob O'Connor Sophomore Bush Chairman .... Bill Peard Sophomore Social Chairman..Don Baker Chapter Editor ........................ Sam Leavitt I02 KILDUFF YAMAUCI-II H. SMITH BARNETT LAB 'SENT BAKER WISER O'CONNOR CANTINO PEARD FRANK TAWA IEW MCKEAN NESS MARUYAMA PADEN L. SMITH I ANG IENSEN TIERNEY SENIORS Dick Barnett Ted Bushnell Dick Freeman lack Iew Don McKean Thery Ness Hershel Smith Ray Wiser , f i . .- SOPHOMORES Don Baker Ted Caniino Hank Frank Dick lang Paul Iensen Ray Kilduff . Gerald Largent Bob O'Connor William Peard Kaisurni Tcxwa Don Tierney 12. JUNIOBS Charles Borgicx Bob Bright Leo Cummins Dick I-'reebcxirn George Goodman Frank Hurridine Mcnk Kline Sam Leaviti Don Miller Yosh Max-uyama Dal Paden Iohn Ross Wally Sampson Lee Smilh Dick Svihus lim Tanous Hish Yamauchi Phi Delta Epsilon MEDICAL I-'RATEBNITY Founded at Cornell, 1904 Forty-nine Chapters Alpha Phi Chapter Established 1925 50 Kirkham Street Phi Delta Epsilon had a stimulating and successful academic and social program this year. Our president, Chuck Aronberq, was chosen as the National Phi Delta Epsilon Undergraduate of 1953. The iraternity's social program began with an All-U Open House, and the year was highlighted by several rip- roaring house parties, Mount Zion Hos- pital tour and informal talks by Dr. Gerald Feigen on "Homosexuality in the American Male," Dr. Sol Robinson on "Congenital Heart Disorders," and Dr. Robert Mandel on "Aspects of General Practice." On March 26, fourteen new members were initiated at a gala ban- quet at which Dr. Sam Sherman, Presi- dent of the San Francisco County Medi- cal Society, was the feature speaker. SENIORS Chuck Aronberq Lee Cohn Ephraim Friedman Danny Kaplan Hal Karpman Mort Rosenblum Harry Holh loo Sabella BOTH SABELLA ELCONIN FOR!-SN HERSCH MINTZ PANISH ROBERTS SELIGMANI IUNIORS Arnold Colman Don I.eVine Hugh Mcucus Iay Richlin A1 Rosen Alvin Rutner Saul Sluisky Lee Sones Sam. Wayne w LEE COHN FRIEDMAN KAPLAN KAHPMAN ROSENBLUM CARLAT LES COHN COSKEY EDELMAN KATZ KEGEL KEITH SHI-IVICK STANTEN TOBENKIN OFFICERS Executlve Offlcer ............,......... Harry Both Preslclent ............ Charles Aronberq VICG presldent .... .......,.. A lvin Rutner Secretary ....... ...... E ric Roberts Treasurer ......... ...... S tan Kegel Pledge Chalrman ........... ..... K en Elconin Soclal Chalrman .................... Art Stanten I-Ilstorlan .......,..... Harvey Edelman SOPHOMORES Paul Carlal Les Cohn Dick Coskey Harvey Edelman Ken Elconin Bud Foran Bob Hersch Ernest Katz Stan Kegel Art Keith Iack Ken! Ron Lever Marty Lubow Ron Mintz lay Punish Eric Roberts Karl Seliqmcm Murray Shevick Irv Silberman Art Stcmten Earl Stern Mark Tobenkin FRESHMEN Don Adler Dick Horowiiz A1 Leveton Dave Meltzer Tom Mintz Iohn Nicholas Norman Rubaum Mel Rubin Dick Wigod Marv Weiner Archie Wilson ufimoz u MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Michigan Thirty-eight Chapters Phi Chapter Established 1900 1495 Fourth Avenue The social life at Nu Sigma Nu re- volved around the weekly T'.G.l.F.'s and many Saturday night parties. Outstand ing among these was the one given by Morris Brothers, which was attended by members of-all the fraternities on the Medical Center Campus and their dates. The annual Monte Carlo party Was held this spring with as much anticipation and popularity as ever. Members oi the Sophomore class pro- vided a rather risque skit for the Cutter party, and the Iuniors were spending most of their time driving to County and back. The Seniors spent most of their time dispensing pearls to the many im- pressionable ears. OFFICERS President ,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,............ Allan B. McNie Vice-president ........ ........... G OrClOr1 FrOSt HQLLS9 Manager ,,,......... Leroy H. DCIIT, lf. BRAUN APATMONT GROOMER ALLEN FURNAS SWIFT ALAUBER HARRIS G. THOMSOI KERN E . BERG BURKE -VIcDANIEI. McNIE DER MEI-IDEN YORE IVIAZZETTI MIROV' William Allen Ray Berg Mervyn Burke Leroy Dar! Gordon Frost Murray Gardner Charles Geiberger Wally Groomer Don Lauber DART MURRAY BENSON SENIOHS Iim McDaniel Allan McNie Dwight Murray Warren Newswanger Ierorne Patmont lack Swift Gwynn Thomson Roy von der Mehden Gene Yore FROST GARDNER Charles Bass lack Benson Neal Blumenfeld Bob Bond Ken Bonilla Bob Braun George Caesar Tom Daane Dave Furnas Bob Geiger Ice Golden Tom Halve:son Lee Harris Charles Iacobson NZN Irwin Kempler Iohn Kern Bob Mazzetii Bill McDonald Andy Mirov Jerry Mon Pere Bah O'Reilly Steve Plank Bob Seipel Iimmy Simon Iohn Thomas Pete Thomson Roy Wagner Arnold Wong NSN O'REILLY COLLIER WONG I-IEER GUZMAN MUMMA IEWETT SOPHOMORES Duane Collier Iim Korniield Phil Coussens Hugh Merhoif A1 deLorimier lim Moore Donald Donohugh Iohn Mummcz Bob Griffiths Bob Sawyer Ruben 'Guzman Mike Scholl Bill Heer Al Scott Stew Hia!! Lee Simmons George Ieweil Mike Knauer Hal Wisner I08 Lowell Sparks Chuck Siice HIATT SPARKS STICE SIMMONS FRESHMEN' Don Bull Bob Hcu-'l Dick Buchanan Rex Mac!-llpin Bob Coons lim POST Dcrve Copp Bill Reilly Dave Costunzcx Bob Selli lim Trowbridge w fb i 4, rr E2 ? 5 Z W EE 52 54 .4 ji ,f :I -u :Q Q5 3? si 33 5 R M 6 i 58 xg, 3 Q dig ig! if 5 sf 55. lv S3 SW 5 5 4 x, fl :is 3. 5? fs 3 Ei 2. gf 3 V E E 'Q 53 E -Q 5 2 , 5 5 5 'SSM FSHC ?'ff5?.5RJfi'PL'Q's,KN1si.:539:W:w5mE33.8s,. iii! w8MliriilfI FYBQSWH 7 2 fa ,f -Q xi ff 4. il 56 H E A 5 if fi Ai .V Y v-- - A--4 N-My M- --x-'xw' .-1 -,m,,t.MmKmvus:f,.w+zm1,1,Q-f.-,s..nrv:1wf,1zuwfwe--ey: ba rv -.M a:n.w.aum.u 4 fry r . MV X 4.b..Mwf.n,v..-If ., N.-W W fax,-1:.wf Lamb az Kappa Si ma PHARMACEUTICAL S JRORITY Founded at Massachusetts Colleqe of Pharmacy, 1913 Twenty-six Chapters Zeta Chapter Established 1919 Lambda Kappa Sigmas began the yeccr with an informal party to welcome the new women students in pharmacy. A few weeks later we held the pledging ceremonies and the new pledges began to make plans for a cake sale to serve as their fund raising project. To honor these new pledges we held a dinner dance at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley. With December came the Christmas season and we celebrated by holding a party and exchanging gifts. Another im- portant day' to us was the Hygeia Day honoring the Greek Goddess of Health, Hygeia. On that day this year we saw movies on subjects related to Pharmacy and the other health professions. And lastly, our members endeavor to sell Pelican's on this campus each month. LOWE conEA GONDHY cH1N GIEGER MARTIN DER IANG RUSH G. NOMURA Korn Lsrsowrrz 1. Noxvmnzx TULLER OFFICERS SENIORS Jumons President .................................... Ruth Rush Eiga, x'Q1ffQ?,1',ea Vice-president ....... ............. I da lang Betty comfy shigemixm Secretary ,,,,.,,,,,,,4 .,,,,,,,4 L guise I-,Owe Ida Icmq Claire Leibowitz Treasurer ...... ..... C laire Leibowitz Hufh Rush Louise Lowe , Historian ....,, ....,.. L ee Am Mmm gjjrfjgjjjjjjj Judy Nomura I can Tulle: K P . PHARMACEUTICAL FRI-XTERNITY Founded at Wilmington, Delaware. 1879 'Fhirty-three Chapters Beta Gamma Chcxnter Established 1910 198 Iudcxh Street The fall semester began with an out- standing pledge class followed by a formal dinner dance. During the semes- ter a very active social program in- cluded such events as: the Halloween Masquerade Party, Thanksgiving Din- ner, Alumni Party, Cinerama Party, and a Christmas Party given at the Youth Guidance Center. We initiated a new annual event in the form of a Faculty Tea, which we be- lieve will promote better student-faculty relationships. A Grand National Convention was held in Washington, D.C., at which Beta Gamma Chapter was represented by two delegates, Ed Kerns and Merle Bar- tel. At a later date the Grand Regent visited our chapter, and a joint student, faculty, and alumni affair was held. J, LARSEN ARNOLD napmzn Lrvmr: rc. BALLARD mxnrrzr Lmrsn BELKA csusrzxrson r.oxr:N Loan ivmsss DUER LESTER owumc owzn ESCALLIER GIRARD s1r.vA srzxmr-rop OFFICERS SEMORS Ken Ballard lumes Lee Regent ........................ ....... H erb Green Med., B31-Q91 Hamid Levin Vice Regent ,,,.,.,.,,,,.,,,. ,,,-, ,,,, , , ,Ed Kerns Larry frisone Martin Levine Q Assistant Secretary. .,........... Robert Abell gobljnfgu' :'f1'1:'iL"cfe" el' el teen O 91' Ol' Tlzeqsljuler 't"'"""""""""""' Berton Bullard Don Johnson Vic Mcrurdnivniv Hlstorwn ............... ........ E uqene Barton Adolph Kumar Frederick Mayer Chaplain .............,..,..,.... Vic Maurantonlo 1-:d Kems Iohn Perusso House Manager ........ .....,...,...,.. I ames Lee Gordon Wit' Grand Council Dpty...Dr. Donald Brodie IIZ new , W S FRISONE LURANTON PRIOLI HARRICH VIERRA GALLI GREEN D. IOHNSON KAMII. LEE IO MAYER PERASSO WITZ BEHLER WALKER IUNIORS Robert Abell Sam Argentine Berion Ballard Eugene Barton Don Behler Hiram Chow Ron Depper William Forest Chet Gustafson Ken Lester Lee Owning John Prioli Henry Puccinelli Milton Rose John Sarboraria David Schieser Iohn Serley David Smith KKII SOPHOMORES Steve Abrams Gordon Arnold Iames Belka Oren Crumley Ron Due: Donald Escallier Don Girard Ruby Harrich Howard Iohnson Roy Koss Ronald Landells Walter Larsen Morton Leiter Robert Massa Robert Owen Richard Silva Richard Stanhope Anthony Vierra Louis Wagner Leon Walker Phi Delta C bi PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY OF PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY Founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1883 Zeta Chapter Established 1902 1403 Willard Avenue The aims of Phi Delta Chi Fraternity are to promote interest in and the acl- vancement oi Pharmacy, help students with their studies and provide social and recreational activities. These things We have tried to ac- complish by holding debates and dis- cussions with members of Kappa Psi and faculty members on problems per- taining to the pharmacy profession. We have held seminars for those students wishing them, and for recreation we have a basketball team which competes in the Medical Center's intramural league. Last, but not least, We throw parties about twice a month and one or two banquets and formals each year. mu. NELSON Donovim MCNAMAHA PARKER sco'r'r Fall Spring lim Barekman .......... ..,.... P resident .............. .------, A DCII1 DOIIOVCUT1 Monte McCallum ,...... ....... V ice-pr9SiClG1'1i ......- -------- D 011 Hill George Whitmore ...... ...,.. S GCTGTCITY ...,,..-----A --------- A 1'ldT9W Chcfcfm Iohn Tyler ,................ ....... T reasurer .................., -.------- B ill Scott Walter Cianiichi ..,..,... ....... H ouse Manaqer .....-..----------- ll-UTTY PGVSFSOH Dan Donovan ,,.,,.. ....... A lumni COOTdi1'1CIiOI --.----,---- Ernie L07-Cmof RUSS Dieter Jim B0-futon ,.-,,-,. ,,,,,,, I nterfraternity Council ......... Morlrlie MCCCI11L11'f1 Don Hill ,,,,..,,,,. ..,.,.. M aster at Arms ,..................-- NOfl39Tt MCNGIMIIG Ervin cater ,,,.,,.,. ....... P relate ,.,.............. .............,.. . Ervin Cater I4 SENIORS Iames Barekman Iames Boynton Wallace Bru Andrew Chacon Walter Cianiichi Daniel Donovan Thomas Foriney Iohn Haggerty Noel McCarthy Robert Mcwilliam Sam Nelson Donald Parker Boland Parker Lawrance Peierson Robert Steinmelz Iohn Tyler George Whitmore IUNIORS Oliver Anderson Richard Boizbach Iohn Carlson Ervin Cater Vince DeQuai!ro Russell Dieier Donald Eidam Donald Hill Sam Hoetes Ernest Lozano Monroe McCallum Norbert McNamara Oswald Moreno Robert Mizuhara Bill Schaefer William Scoil Alfred Vernon Ierry Winkler SOPHOMORES Gus Antonis Iohn Eshleman, Ir. 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Long-range clinical studies, as summar- ized below, demonstrate the cariostatic effectiveness of Amm-i-dent unqer actual conditions of use. Motion NUMBER OF PATIENTS CARIES RATE Total Control Text Control Amm-i-do 54 REDUCTION OF CARIES INCIDENCE BY 4-year sludy,7 complete report 185 75 110 2.33 1.31 43.696 3-year s0udy,5 interim repay! 120 31 89 2.19 1.08 50.996 2-year s1udy,' DURATION OF STUDY interim report 60 1 30 30 1.60 I 0.96 39.696 'ntusuc AMM-I-DEN REFERENCES: I. Gale, 1. A.: Dent. Record 71:15, 1951. 2. Henschel, C. J. nnd Lieber, L.: Oral Surgi, Ornl Med., and Ornl Path. KRef. to comela 3. Jen- kins, F. N. and Wright, D. E.: Brit. Dent. J. 901117, 1951. 4. Lnlkowitz, W. and Singer, A. J.: N. Y. St. Dent. J. 171159, 1951. 5. Lelkowitz, W. and Venti. V. 1.: Oral Surg., Oral Med., and Ornl Path. 4:l576, 1951. 6. Little, M. F., Bruduvold, F.. and Taylor, R.: J. Dent. Res. labs!r.J 30:495, 1951. 7. Singer, A. J.: Ural Surg., Oral Med., and Oral Path. 4:1568, 1951. B. 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Hayashi, Kazushige . . Heald, Ianet ,... 1-leer, William . . I N D E X fconrinuedl ...45 ...38 . . 71,79,112 . . . 57 . 56 . . 71 . . . 53 . 39,111 . . 56 . 56 , . 62 . 56,103 . . 70 . 18,95 . . 21 . . . 56 . . 39,79,113 . . 48,91 . . 50 . . 57 . 24,106 . 57,101 . . 61 . 70,112 . 57,108 . . 45 . 62,83 . . 57 . 39,115 . 18,97 . . 56 . 47,78 . 31 . 58 . 70 . 24 . 24 . . 24 . 24,77 . 64 . 50 . 65 . 61 . . . 113 . . . 47,92 . 56, 76, 78, 106 . . . 56,101 . . 29 . 24 . 29 . 62 . 47 . . 64 . . 57,108 Helman, Kay . . Herkner, Io Ann . . Herman, Roberta . Hersch, Robert . Hettich, Beverly . . Hewitt, Milo . . Hiatt, Stewart . Hill, Donald . . Hill, Ieanette . . Hirooka, Helen . Hoter, Marjorie . . Hoffman, Donna . . Hogan, Lawrence . . Holliday, Barbara . . Hopper, Mary Lou . . Horan, Paul . . . Hornig, Beverly . . . Howard, Bruce . . . . . 64 . . . 62 . 64, 76, 79 . . 57, 104 . . 64 . . 48, 94 . . 57, 108 . . 114 . 64 . 64 . 64 . 70 . 47 . 62 . 62, 79 . 57 . . . . 62 . . . . 57,101 61 Hudson, Miss Bernice C. . . . . Hughes, Dr. George A. Hughes, Lois Dawson Huish, Dick .... Hummell, Earl . . Hunt, Raymond . . Hunter, Wesley . . Hurst, Ianet . . Hurwitz, George . Husted, Robert . Ikebuchi, Haruo Harry 45 . . 30, 31 78 . 57. . 49, 94 . 18, 92 . 24 . . 65 . . 24, 101 . . 24 I . .71 Incerti, Mrs. Winifred H. . . . 61 lngrnire, Mrs. Alice E. Inman, Dr. Verne T. . lseri, Takuhei . . . Ishida, Taeko Helen . Ishizaka, Ioyce . . . Ito, Ieffery . . Iversen, Greta . Izumi, Katsumi . Iaber, Sam . . . Iacobson, Charles . . lang, Ida .... lang, Dick . . . Iawetz, Dr. Ernest . . Iaynes, Dick . . . Jenkins, O. Hugo . Iensen, Paul . . Jernigan, Shelby . Iew, lack . . . lewett, George . . . 61 . 53 . 70 . 21 . 29 . 62 . 62 . 18 I . 49, 98 . . 56 . . 39, 111 . . 57, 103 . . 53 . 49, 94 . . . 18 . . 57, 103 . . . 24 . 13, 24, 103 . . 57, 108 Ways? l s X X. X. xx. X A' N .1 Y tif' if ts ' 'R Es l L 1 1 ttf Q S if U ., 11 rs ' 5 1 . .3 rf J V , . 9 ,,, ,Mg I Ea?-1 V i . ... 'S 345' g xy If 'Sm '25 a 55, 1558 H D 1 P' ,raw ::i'.ifSf',:g,p.-:dgg it if, 5-,yes s35,'fnze,g+ 1 , it Ewlff'iv-rigs, ,,,,, K. 2 .. ,L ,,LLL. gg, .. -If wt- Ni':"w.':g,a?9f-1,.limi - :ff'a..22:2:2::-'-'-"' .mr sw V- 4 v iw-f.,!w'figanlawmla ,wlitlii wf.si.fJfl,' Ga,-'l!f'iii2fV2.l,rf'?f .almfl wt.l"":el-.L,Ewa THE WORI.D'S FINEST 0 Q Q THE All-NEW Instru-Matic if Inspired by the dental profession, the all-new Ritter Instru-Matic Unit is the result of many years 'of Ritter research and engineering. Picture this unit, the ultimate in contemporary design, in your new oiiice. Your hours in the operating room will be most enjoyable, working with a unit unsurpassed in ease of operation. Be sure of the right start in your new oiiice and include with the sensational new Ritter Instru-Matic Unit, a Ritter Motor Chair, a Ritter Dual-X, a Ritter Stool and a Ritter Sterilizer. With Ritter you own the finest dental equipment backedlby over half a century of leadership. Take advantage of the many Ritter services that are planned to help- you build your practice, such as the Ritter Ofiice Planning Department and the Ritter Statistical Service. Ask your Ritter Dealer, too, for copies of the Practice-Building Studies and the Professional Office Planning Book. For information on the deferred investment plan write the Ritter Credit Corp. We're ready to assist you in every way. Ritter COMPANY lNf0RP0llffU num uv vw A snuouu nol sown ro A nm 0 RITTER PARK, ROCHESTER 3, N.Y. .MVA-.life .- petifiet: MZ ...tm--... ig f--- wr- va Q A HHS A '15 ,?f1ffmff,,5g 5 fm., gi -, -. . fall", 4 35' 1 'W ww r a.. 'P " '-221745. we-.N i2?55',ii5f. if I N D E X lcontinuedl lohansen, Nels . lohanson, Paul . Iohnson, Alden . Iohnson, Don . . . lohnson, lean .... lohnson, Sarita ..... lohnstone, Dr. Herbert G. . Iordan, Harriet . . . Jorgensen, Dr. Euqene lue, Harriet .... lue, William .... luhl, Ralph . . lunkert, William . Kaiser, Norman . Kajiko, Kay . . Kamil, Adolph . Kaplan, Daniel . Karlotslci, Loraine . . Karpman, Harold . Karr, Iames Howard . Karr, Io Anne . . . Kasparian, Paul 1. . . Kato, Shiqemi . . . Katz, Ernest Barney . Kawaqoe, Harry . . Kawahara, Lind . Kegel, Stanley . Keith, Arthur . Kemp, Kenneth . Kernpler, Irwin . Kern, Iohn . . Kerner, Robert . Kerns, Ed . . . Kessler, Helen . Kidder, Grace . Kilduff, Raymond . Kim, Alice , . King, Gene . . Kinoshita, Betty . Kish, Rachel . . Kiyama, Glenn . Klope, William . . Knauer, Michael . Kobayashi, Fred . Kobayashi, Harry . Koch, Phyllis . . Kopac, Elizabeth . Korntield, Harrison Koshland, Mrs. . . Koss, Roy .... Koumrian, Ernest N. Kramer, lohn . . . Kreizinqer, Raymond Krieger, loan . . Kurihara, Betty . . Kurtzman, Cal . Laqen, Dr. lohn B. . Landells, Ronald . Langford, Grunetta Larqent, Gerald . Larsen, Carol . Larsen, Walter . Lauber, Donald . . Laughlin, Marian . Laycook, Miss Miriam Leavitt, Sam. . . Le Du, Ed .... Lee, Carol . Lee, Clinton . . . 49,94 . 24 . . 70 . . 39,113 . 21,76,78 . . . 24 . 9,53,77 . . 62 . 69 . 71 . 92 . 49,98 . . 56,101 . 18,92 . . . 47 , 39,80,l13 . 22,24,105 . . . 64 . . 24,105 . . 48 . 50 . 39,80 . . . 111 . . 57,105 . . 71 . . 47 . . 57,105 . . 57,105 . . 47 . . 56 . . 56,106 . 54 . 39 . 71 . 31 . 57,102 . 31 . 48 . . 62 . 30,33 . 71 . . . 18, 97 . . . . 57 18, 76. 77, 78, 93 . . . . 71 . . . . 64 . 33 . 57 . 13 . 71,113 . 18,93 . 24 . 92 . 21 . 33, 79 . 49,91 . 53 . 71, 113 . . 29 . 57, 102 . . 64 . 71, 112 . . 24,106 . 65 . 61 . 56 . 47 . 62 . 47 Pamvn ' OPTICAL LABORATORIES, ING. , Dispensing Opticians lvlanutacturers Ophthalmic and Instrument Lenses Plastic artiticial eyes Contact lenses Sub-normal vision devices Diagnostic and Surgical instruments Main Ottice 5 I 8-520 Powell Street San Francisco 2 Also 93 West Portal San Francisco Lee, Dennis . . . . 18 Lee, lames . . . 39, 113 Lee, Raymond B .... . . 24 Lee, Robert ..... . . 71 Leederman, Evron Markey 32, 79, 82 Leeman, Renata . . . . 64, 79 Leibowitz, Claire . . . . 70, 111 Leichtiuss, Marian . . . 33 Leiter, Morton . . . 71, 112 Lester, Kenneth . , . 70, 112 Lever, Ronald . . . 57 Leveton, Alan . . 58, 78 Levin, Stanley . . . 91 Levine, Martin . . 39, 112 Levy, Gerhard . 1 . . 70 Levy, Leon .... . 71 Libet, Dr. Benjamin . . 69 Lichti, Mary Ann . . , B4 Liesener, Carol . . , , 33 Liles, Ruby . . . , 62 Lim, Robert . . , 70,82 Lippi, Anthony . . 18,96 Lippincott, Alan . . 18, 96 Lister, Diane . . . . 21 Loken, Richard . . 39, 112 Lord, Robert . . . . . 39,112 Louie, George .... . . 29 Loveland, Miss Dorothy K. . 61 Low, Alfred ..... . . 48 Lowe, Louise .... . 70, 111 Lowe, Rolland . . . 56 Lowry, lean . . 64 Lozano, Ernest , . . . 70 Lubow, Martin .... 57 Lucia, Dr. Salvatore P. . . 53 Luckey, Katherine . . . 24 Luclcey, Robert . . . . 56 Ludwig, Alfred . . . 71 Lux, Robert . . . 18, 93 JUST A WHISPER OEF SEVENTH AVENUE jim, 60' ' Mall, COCKTAIL LOUNGE Pl1oneSEabrigl1+ I-9596 603 IRVING STREET SAN FRANCISCO 22 M MacGregor, Robert . MacRae, Ie-an . McBee, Laura . McBride, Loren . McCal1a, Charles . McCallion, Russell . . McCallum, Monroe . . McCarthy, Noel. . . McConnell, Ann Poland McCormick, Ruth Anne McCoy, Carol Kihlstrom McDaniel, Iames . . McEwen, Dr. William M. . . McGregor, Miss Mildred McKean, Donald . . McKenzie, Robert . . McNamara, Norbert . McNie, Allan . . ' . McWilliam, Robert . Maccagno, Dorothy . Maifly, Mrs. Marilyn . Magy, David . . . Mah, Git Sue . . Mah, Mayme . . . Manitsa, Chris . . . Manwarinq, Millicent . Marchese, Michael Marcus, Hubert . . Marincik, Stanley R. Marino, Iames . . Marples, lean . . Marshall, Dr. Max S. Martin Ailene . . Martin Mickey . Martin, Lee Ann . Martin, Tune . . Martin lean . . . Maruyama, Yosh . Marzluft, Carol . . Mashburn, Cherie . Masse, Robert . . Matzger, Alan . . Maurantonio, Vito . Maxwell, Ted . May, Lyn . . I N D E X iconfinuedl . 56 . 33 . 63 . 97 . 39 . 49, 98 . . . 73 . . 39, 115 . . . 33 . 13, 22, 24 . . 33 . . 24, 107 . 69 . . 61 . . 24, 103 . . 92 . . 70, 114 . . 24, 107 ,. . 39, 115 . . 62 . 12 . 91 . 33 . 62 . 56 . . 64 . 49, 95 . 56 . 56, 69 . 18, 95 . 65 . 53 . 62 , . 71 . . 70, 111 . . 62 . . . 62 . . 56,103 .. . 64 . . 33 . . 71,112 . . 57 . . 39,113 . . . 49,98 . . 62, 76, 79, 83 Mayer, Fredrick . Mayerle, Ioan . Mazzetti, Robert . Mendels, Thea . . Merhoif, Hugh . . . Merrick, Dean . , . Meyers, Dr. Frederick H. . . Michaelides, Simos . Miedema, Clarence . Miller, Pat . . . Milliken, Frank . . Milmore, Wendy . Mintz, Ronald . . Mirov, Andrew . . Mizuhara, Robert . Monti, Mrs .... Moore, Dora Lou . Moore, Iames . Moretto, Iohn . . . Moreito, Robert . . . Morphopoulos, Hercules Morris, Merle . . . Morrison, Evelyn . . Morrison, Dr. Lewis F. Mouritsen, Robert . . Mousseau, Gene . . Muqhannarn, Ncrsrallah Muller, William . . . Mumma, Iohn . . . Murphey, Marcia . Murray, Dwight, Ir. . Murray, George . Murray, Ioan . Naqase, Gene . . Nelson, Iohn . . . Nelson, Sam . . . Nenneman, Milton . . Ness, Thery .... Newman, Philip . . . Newswanger, Warren Ngoi, Cheong Ngie . . Nicholson, Ronald . Nii, Yukie .... Ninomiya, Alma . . 39,113 . . 28 . 107 . 62 . 57 . 49 . . 69 . 24,101 . 47 . 33 . 70 . . 78 . 57,104 . 107 . 70 . 45 . 64 . 57 . 71 . . . 71 . . . . 49 16, 18, 78, 82, 93 . . . . 29 . . 53 . . 49 . 47,92 . 70 . . 39 . 57,108 . . 50 . 24,107 . . 39 . 64,79 . 39,80 . . . . 49 . 39,80,114 . . . 39 , 24,103 . . 71 . 26,107 . . 28 . 48,76,78 . . 52 . 62 FOUR FIFTY SUTTER MEDICAL-DENTAL BUILDING "Address ot Distinction" 712' Two very desirable medical Suites available. Both suites are amply supplied with both medical and storage cabinets. Garage space, not only available for doctor. but for his patients also. Sk Gflxriield I-722I PROCTOR FLANAGAN, Building Manager 450 SUTTER STREET BETWEEN POWELL AND sTocKToN NASSER CANDY CO 65 PAGE STREET Pollock, San Francisco IN D E X lcontinuedl Patmont, Jerome . Patterson, Bob . Pavon, Don . . Peard, William . . Pearson, Robert . Perasso, Iohn . Perkins, Sue . . Perstein, Dr. L. . Petersen, Dan .... Petersen , Mrs. Marguerite Peterson, Lawrance . . Petrovay, Eugene . . Phillips, Pickard, Lawrence . . Patricia . Plank, Stephen . . Plett, Harry . . Ann. .. Nishi, Barbara . . 63 Nishida, Iarnes . . 39 Nishirnura, Roy . . . 39 Nishioka, Frances . . . . . 33 Nomura, Gloria . . . . 70, 111 Nomura, Iudy . . . . . 70, 111 Novelozo, Angelina . . . 63 Nuckolls, Mrs. Gladys . 12 Nutting, Miss Ruth E. . . 61 O'Connor, Robert . . . 57, 102 O'Connor, Tod . . 48, 96 Ogden, Thomas . . . 26 Ojamaa, Arved . . 56 Okamoto, Hitoshi . , 18, 92 Okawachi, George . . 28 Okell, Wendy . . . . 33 Olmsted, Dr. Iames . . 54 Olsen, Carol . . . . 64 Olson, Caroline . . . 62 Olson, Dale . . . 96 Olsson, Carolyn . . . 64 O'Neil1, Ioseph . . 48, 94 Opdahl, Darril .... . 49, 98 Oppenlander, Dorothea . . . . 62 O'Reilly, Robert . I. . . . 56, 108 Osborne, Fred . . . . 47, 96 Ostermann, Marian . . 62 Ott, lane ..... . 50 Otte, Sue .... . 71 Ouchida, Lucille . . . 62 Owen, Robert . . . 71, 112 Owens, Herbert . . . 48, 78, 96 Owning, Lee . . . . . 112 P Paden, Dallas . . 103 Palmer, Marjorie . . . . 64 Panish, loel . . . . 57,104 Paregian, Sam . . 47, 93 Parker, Mary . . . 64 Parker, Bruce . . . . 39, 114 Parkin, Barbara I. . . . 33 Polonsky, Leonard . . Pomeroy, Constance . Poppers, Gerald . Poulton, Don . . . Powell, Margaret . . Pratt, Dr. Robertson . Prioli, Iohn .... Puccinelli, Henry . . Q Quick, Iack . . Quinn, Barry . . Quinn, William . . Quong, Ruby . R Rafferty, Thomas . . Ramsey, Elaine , . Rapaport, Dr. B. . Raust, George . , . Ray, Dr. Harold G. . Redalia, Richard . . Reilly, Bill . . . Reuter, lune . . Reynaud, Alfred . Reynolds, Dean . Reynolds, Fred . . . . 27, 106 . 35 . . 39 . . 57, 102 . . 27 . . 39, 113 . . 48 . 61 . . 96 . . . 61 . . 39, 114 . . 70 . 49, 98 . 50 . 56, 78 . 49 . 33 . 39, 80 . 64 . 83, 91 . 48, 96 . 62 . 69 . . 113 . . 70, 113 . 40, 79, 80 . . . 40 . 18, 92 . 62 . 71 . 62 . 69 . 47 . 45 . 27 . 58 . 56 . 28 . 18, 92 . 48 'P f. ' X 1 - I ' :ffl-'P :""' . f ' - I' f 'E Q .fffdlaj 1 'IA' ti' 5 as f + ' gf .2 r- P' ' I H' .. ,af L ,,,4-I' JJ' r ' ' ' A I . ff' -F! -fig, Q:-M f - .. 1.1L .I .. 1' z V- - fa 'Qwn:L: HB , --" lg - +I- . ,f 1 . L L'-va. Q if!!! , ., e V,, .-if . :',:u,. 4: .. -4' un- , , I Lge: ' ,' 0+ I? Ga 721.-,..,n,3 .. 21211-X 5:-1. 4-.4-Q.. " I ' '-'-'Lad-P , .... . .JL ,., . ., . , . . . , . I --g .V ,, . - 1 Pk! 0 X I -, 'lily' ,- F,--. , .. " .. rg cg' -A 0-gf-w L qi . A .- 'L - .-.Sf 1 0 , ' . 5' wx. ga' If I -I 'I ' M- --:ff':-- " ,f-, - .- ' IJ.. . i i ,7-- 1. fa- , '.,-I, - 1: 4, ."S- 'HQ-pf. ,Q QQ-1. -.,., 'ESQ ""1T' fY",?fL" Sp-1-'sc ff. 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CAULK COMPANY lI'I SAN FRANCISCO 8 H SACRAMENTO OAKLAND I2 44I Suffer SIree+ IO I4 Eighfh Slrreef I706 Franklin SIree+ SUHer I-0552 I-IUcIson I-l4I6 I-IIgaI'e 4l8l47 x I N D E X lcontinuedl Riegelman, Dr. Sidney . . . 69 Rice, Don ...... . 47, 91 Riley, Sunny Lou Hadley . . 33 Rinehart, Dr. Iames F. . . 53 Ringle, Anne Gray . . 33 Ritz, Francis . . . . . 47 Roberts, Eric . . . . 57, 104 Robie, Willa Mae . . . . 62 Robins, Merien .... . 48 Robinson, Mrs. lacqueline . 61 Rogers, Richard .... . 71 Rolph, Mary Ellen . . 55 Rose, Edwin . . . . . 27 Rose, Milton . . . 70, 113 Rosen, Alex . . . . . 56 Rosenau, Werner . . . 57 Rosenblum, Morton . . 26, 105 Ross, Ioanne . . . . 62 Ross, John .... . 56 Rotbart, Maurice . . . 26 Roth, Harry . . . . 27, 104 Rouda, Bob . . . . 49,91 Ruhland, Edward . . . . . . 18, 93 Rule, Dr. Robert W., Ir. . . . . . 45 Rush, Ruth Rosenwald . . 41, 79, 80, 111 S Sabella, Ioseph . . . . 27, 78, 104 Sakuma, Etsuko .... . . 64 Sakuma, Pauline . . . . 64 Sammich, Miss Margaret . Bl Sampson, Wallace . . . . . 56 Sandkulla, Ioelle . . . . 64, 79 Sandkulla, Yvonne , . . 33 Sapone, Michael . . . 47 Sarboraria, John , . 70, 113 Saruba, Vladimir . . . 27 Sato, Kazu Kay .... . 30, 33 Sato, Arthur ..... . . 64 Saunders, Dr. lohn B. deC. M. . . . 53 Sawyer, Bob ....... . 57 Saywell, Harriet . . . . . 65 Schabel, Russell . . 18, 93 Schaefer, William . . . 70 Schaupp, Dolores T. . . 33 Scheline, Ronald . . 70 Schieser, David . . . . 70 Schmitt, Henry . . . 17,101 Scholl, Mike . . . 57,78 Schusdek, Alex . . . . 26 Schwab, Donald . . 18, 97 Schweifler, Ioanne . . . 50 Scott, Ieanette . . . . 62 Scott, Dr. Kenneth G. . . . . 69 Scott, William . . . . 70, 114 Scudier, leanette . . 64 Seager, Marvin . . . 49 Seito, Doris . . . . . 71 Seligman, Karl . . . 57, 104 Selli, Robert . . . 58,78 Sera, Kinji . . . 48 Serr, Floyd . . 47 Sha, Mei-Hua . Shaver, Phillip . Shepard, Gwen . Sherman, Donald . Shevick, Murray . Shirnane, Keiko . Shimasaki, Toe . Shipley, Barbara . Shipley, Ioan . . Siegel, Virginia . . Silberman, lrwin Alan Silva, Richard . . Simmons, Edward . Simpson, Robert . . Simpson, Tom . . Sinclair, David . Siou, Hanley . . Slater, Philip . . Sluis, Lois Grover . Smith, Anthony . Smith, Dave . . Smith, Dr. Donald . Smith, George . . Smith, Hershel . . Smith loyce. . Smith, Lee .... Smith Maurice C. . Smith Maurice E. . . . 62, 76, 77, 79 . . 18, 95 . 50 . 20, 91 . 57, 105 . . 64 . 70 . 28 . 28 . . 33 . . . 57 . . 7l, 112 . . 57, 100 . 20, 93 . 80 . 26 . 41 . 48 . 33 . 49 . 70, 76 . 54 . . 57 . 26, 102 . . 65 . . 103 . 26, 101 . . 28 BEST WISI-IES T0 OUR MEDICAL CENTER FRIENDS ir BARNES-HIND PHARMACY 430 POST STREET GArtield I-I85I i Frank O. Frisch, 1936 ivan Szekely I95l Harry W. Hind, I939 Jack Quick 1954 William W. Clark, I943 Bruce Parker 1954- Wilber Holden, l948 Dewey Brown l955 DEW HANDPIECE No. 6 C.P. CONTRA ANGLE Designed tor those who recognize the efficiency oi High speed in re- ducing chair time. and proper selection of bearing e keynotes of these handpieces de- used at speeds of 12,000 R.P.M. choosing your high speed be sure that it runs Without noise Without objectionable vibration Without over heating and make Midwest your E L E E 3 1 A.. x ur.-fn,-www was .wan mf.n.af.s.-mr.nnvv1amva-m-a--'-- rpwce1:-.-.Wmnmwmnwfsvu-f-ffvm-xzmww-xm:.sf:- 1-4. Q-.v n-mme -awww-m.w3ew:.-wa as mmwmxi:5-A-a.:..f-2-Lkmw-Q1--:-LJumN.fmY-W My ,--f-N g f L...f - V - -W - - AVENUE TYPEWRITER SHOP 6lO IRVING STREET, near Seventh Street OVerIand I-637i uk PORTABLES o STANDARDS 4 ELECTRICS V SOLD, RENTED and REPAIRED I N D E X fcontinuedi Smyth, Dr. Francis S. . . . . . ' 10, 54 Stanten, Arthur .... . 57, 105 Sobrian, Max . . . . 48, 97 Starmer, Billy . , . 49, 95 Soderstrom, Phillip . . . 20,97 Steele, Iean ..... . 88 Sokol, Elizabeth . . . . . 62, 79 Stein, Vera Livingston . . . 70 Soldevila, Joe . . . 48, 83, 94 Steinmetz, Bob . . . . 41, 115 Soo Hoo, Donald' . . . 20, 95 Stern, Leon . . . . 40, 57 Spare, William . . ..... 49 Stice, Charles ,... . 57, 108 Sparks, Corinne . ..... 30, 33 Stone, Dr. Robert S. . . . . 53 Sparks, Lowell . . . . 57, 76, 78, 108 Storz, Iohn .... . 71, 115 Spencer, William , . ..... 26 Street, Dr. Edmond V. . . . . 45 Sproul, Robert Gordon . . 8 Strisower, Edward . . . 56 Stanek, Robert . . . . . 56 Sturzeneqger, Take . . . 40 Stanhope, Richard . . . . 112 Sukekane, Sumi , . . . 33 The photographic ejfo-rts of our studios, combined with the enthusiasm and ahility of the MEDI-CAL staff, have helped to make this - jivze hook possible. Negatives ot portraits reproduced in the I954 MEDI-CAL will remain in our tiies tor your convenience, so you may order additional prints tor gitts, applications, etc KEITH COLE STUDIOS ...40 Sullivan, Frank . . Suyama, Lily . Swan, Lois . Swift, Iohn . . Swinney, Nancy . Tagq, lack . Takeda, Sho . . . Takenouchi, Gladys Tamblyn, Colin . . Tanous, Iames . . Tawa, Katsumi . Taylor, Fletcher . . Test, Dan .... Tettemer, loneen . Tharaldsen, George Tharaldsen, Shirley Thomson, Peter . . Thomson, Gwynn . Tierney, Donald . . Tobenkin, Mark . . Tobenkin, Robert . Toler, Patricia . . Tomalino, Dolores . Tomimatsu, Louis . Tong, Helen . . . Torrey, Dr. Frances Tournahu, Beatrice Toy, Lee .... Tracy, Margaret A. Traqer, Zena . . . Traulsen, Elaine . Traut, Dr. Herbert . Tretheway, Richard Tuck, Dr. L. Dallas . Tukeman, Cy . Tul1er,loan . Tyler, Iohn . Tyler, Lyle . Uchiyama, Raymond Ueki, Margaret . . Uno, Kay. . . Uota, Yoko . . . Ures, Iack .... Uyeyama, Dr. Kahn Vaccarello, Ioyce . Vandenberq, Carol Vandevere, Marion Van Peenen, Iohn . Vargas, Harold . . Vasquez, Mario . . Vernon, Robert . . Vierra, Anthony . Vander Ahe, Donn von der Mehden, Roy I N D E X lcontinuecll . 48, 98 . 64 . . 62 . 26, 106 . . 29 . 48, 98 . 48 . 64 . 41 . . 56 . 57,103 . 57,101 . 20, 96 . 64 . 41 . 41 . . 56 . 27,106 . 57,103 . . 105 . 71 . 62 . 50 . 70 . 33 . 53 . 13 . 45 . 11 . 63 . 62 . 53 . 48 . 69 . 49, 91 . 70,111 . . 40,115 . . 20, 95, 115 . 48 . . 62 . 63, 79 . 62 , 48 . 12 . 62 . 21 . . 28 . 26,101 . 49,94 . . 26 . 70,114 . 71,113 . . 49 . 26,107 W Wagner, Louis .... Wagner, Roy . Wakita, loyce . . Walaschek, Betty . Walden, Beverly . Walker, Byron . . Walker, Leon . . Wardner, Russell . Ware, Betty lo . . Ware, William . . Wares, Edwin . Warren, Betsy . . Watanabe, Hatsue . . Way, Dr. E. Leong . . Wedding, Stanley . . . Weisenberqer, LaVonne . Welches, Lois .... Westbrook, LaZelle . Weston, Philip . . Wheeler, Iames . . White, Carol . . White, Sally . . . Whiteside, Newell . . Whitmore, George . . Whitney, Donna T. . Whittier, Carolyn . Vxlieser, Richard . Williams, Dale . Williams, Everteen Williams, Helen L. Williams, Marilyn Williamson, lohn Howell Wilson, Byron . . Wirthlin, Bob. . Wiser, Ray . Wisner, Betty . Wisner, Francis . . Witz, Gordon . Wong, Arnold . Wood, Vincent . . Worth, Robert . . . Wylie, Dr. Wendell L. . Y Yakushi, Frank . . . Yalon, Ierome . Yamakawa, lim . . Yamauchi, Hiroshi . Yandell, Ronald . Yien, Bob .... Yokoqawa, Kaoru . . Yore, Gene . . . Yoshihara, Ben . . Yoshizuka, Fay . . Young, Ioe . . 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