University of California School of Medicine - Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

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'ir :iii igrrwi fmiirwbi M Fi' Class of I963 5 ln Memoriam William Allen Rowe How were you chosen? . . . what turn of fate decided it? . . . the answer never known to us yet echoes o'er the earth . . . while we remaining handful can only offer sympathy . . . a sentiment which by definition places us at distance . . . from those who have most deeply felt . . . the blade of Memory. 4 . ragga ,. EWWQI v "eil 1 Z w o 1 l 'Y ?5gf'fQ,g The medical class of 1963 possesses a double distinction. First of all, it is the 100th class to graduate from the School of Medicine in this , the ninety-ninth year of its existence. The discrepancy is due to the extra class fitted during World War II. Secondly, and more importantly, its membership has exhibited in general, accord- ing to many of the faculty, that critical spirit which we believe is so important for those who must face rapidly changing conditions in this dynamic age. It is this spirit which distinguishes the superior professional man from the technician. May you long pre- serve it and grow under its influence. Every good wish for the future. .Wy 5 ,Q J. B. deC.M. Saunders, M. D. Dean ROBERT H. CREDE, MD. associate dean .--4 D is 1,1-sv-P"" gl- - N"- SARA ROSS secretary, student affairs l 6 HOOL OF MEDICINE EFFICE OF THE DEAN HOOLS iversity of California Berkeley Davis Riverside Los Angeles inceton iversity of San Francisco rvard llege of the Pacific cidental anford mona esno State gustana College, Illinois rleton College, Minnesota nta Clara University yola . Mary'S rtmouth orgetown iversity of Southern California UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL CENTER MR. JOHN DOE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA DEAR MR. DOE: IT GIVES ME GREAT PLEASURE TO OFFER YOU A POSITION IN THE i959 FRESHMAN CLASS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. IN THE OPINION OF OUR COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS, YOU HAVE DEMONSTRATED THOSE QUALITIES WHICH WE BELIEVE ARE OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE IN A PHYSICIAN, AND I AM HAPPY TO WELCOME YOU AS A FUTURE MEMBER OF THIS HONORED PROFESSION. THIS IS A SIGNIFICANT DECISION WHICH WILL AFFECT THE FUTURE COURSE OF YOUR LIFE, AND I TRUST YOUR YEARS IN OUR SCHOOL AND IN YOUR PROFESSIONAL CAREER WILL BE HAPPY AND CONSTRUCTIVE. WITH BEST WISHES, I REMAIN SINCERELY, JT H. deC. M. SAUNDERS, M. D. DEAN JBS:sr 7 IN THE BEGINNING . . xx I fl ,.' E . '!,4. " fi? 5? L3 pf -1- I, , mi - -+ F , .3 V4 U Mm A .. - WI - 'The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe is as good as deadz his eyes are closed." albert einsteh 8 Anatom Ian W. Monie, M. B., CI1.B. William O. Reinhardt, M.D. Laurel E. Glass, Ph.D. 7 T 5' x' "L 4: f will .I ' - ' I l lil 1 r x. .'-rc' 'K Q . . l 4 l.fi.aeL 'F A' ' l""p V, x .5 X A, - . si 'fs , l Q11 Ei , S: lg- S Q? Arl a? X 4 zpxm K ' Q' H lf 'f f 'iwls fpffhf .. ., g ,, . Q X 1.4, .,. Henry Weisengreen, D. D. S. Daniel Graney, A. B. "professors emeriti" memomzsg P X , I E, c I 3,-. 'IQ hr 4: "1 wlf!1f'!l4"f57'r""f'. ffi' -4.5.3 ffwx Aa, Q il 1 Fm W vw"-in -12-if 3 ' ' 'QI' - -x QW, 9' , 'N Y 5 . XF .,! I f,?XNx1f , . A049 7fx! I R-1 ft X fb N, G A .uf X :wx ff! If . ig! ' wi x 1 , gi F' - 7' M . Y L nog: V-.gn V1.3 fmt X '21 C? ' z .Amr MM 1: DvoN'T Evo-HSJLAQJ A ' Tin.LiE! TrAA'r'S .J-:sr A muwoww- 1 s. ' F-'S- 2' Y' ix ' Ag?-xg .. -J' gf 'fic ,HY JHW5' -3, u -41 0 . an , 3 wan' I uk! Abouv ANATGMV IS THAT we 5.51 A guANct T5 WORK ax-ns P!oPLE-2 1 -il WH Il We never close Histology Miriam E. Simpson, Ph. D. , M. D. W 1 144414 o QQQK William R. Lyons, Ph. N Va O ...X M ' A 0 .5' , n ,A 1 of P of ' 6.12 f XX if A N , . Hes QSNG FN quam T0P"Y"' wr GLN-Y ' Alexls Koneff, M. D. 1980-1961 "Look at nature and not in the booksl' .3 if 1.9, 5 U f , if 'RET' E' 4 N I X U 9 0 V 0-K NNN .lxzgfgvi 253. 9 7 D""-LIT?-'v ' X ' . H15-rm,ouy Q1jJoe1El1as, Ph. D. fry Tetsuo Hayashxda, Ph. D. "You break a brain. . . we take a brain. " .4 Ralph L. Hawkins, M. D. Neuro Anatom .11 .. -. g1.,. routte, Ph. D. ,M. D. V non Carborundumu 9 XO xxax 1 -XL rr- 9 'U Iso- x -X . ,lx new Co1p7-gg 94440. l"'XN'f- " 5004: M,7"74'E' T05 ,ES at CES 44,0 b me 657141 Q1 H67-675 5-f,g3lNEC71o1v3' Atgqdj .J , 45p CWRE? -i"xLlE'.' 1-- o 'A 2 ta 1 9 K,-sfo ox 5 7 I' 1 A a , Y .. 75 .S fglf X 5.Aof C 5wv5AT'lNG 'mf' ,:.g5,r wsnk 13 -. Li. jack deGroot, M. D. ,D. M y. 430 ff as ...L... 'X -wmv si , 1m544,q ii' 1 ,im SQ usa- -H .xx Q 'E- FN!!! H-'al' Wy 0 O lifg' . Biochemistry 3 ' .3 lf - . Q Q 1 K 6. Q I -A. ff v1, 'IiKl - .. a 9 5 P Q.-if ' GQ X kk vb-9151 1: 'fs NLR x. ':'v::,,: ,::,Z-TDI-IJ. -H-B... . , . T' K 4:-If 0- yi: U-1... 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L 3 F .Q ..- ,,,..,...,.--.1 nfxl I : 2 V Q. 1 ' , n -4 To the Class of 1963, School of Medicine: You have asked me to write for you a message. In so doing, you imply that one whom you first met in the role of a dispenser of chemical formulae, of the complex pathways of metabolism, of citric acid cycles and such, of electrolytes and fluids --- may also be able to function in a broader sense with a perspective that is not wholly technical. I am pleased to have this opportunity to function in the latter role, because it permits me to impress upon you how important it is, as you are preparing to accept your responsi- bilities as physicians, that even though I and my colleagues may have seemed only to teach the science of medicine, we are yet cognizant that there is much of the art yet to be practiced as well. Why do I say this? It is be- cause there is the real danger that the very triumphs of the science of medicine could distort our traditional sense of values by converting physi- cians simply into high-level technicians. In some circles, concern is being expressed that Schools of Medicine are getting too few qualified applicants. One reason for this, it is stated, is that we are losing them to the physical sciences. I submit that there should be no such competition. The student who will make a true physician is one who is attracted to medicine as a humanitarian, not as a technologist. He is one who desires to restore health to the sick, not simply to uncover objective truth by the experimental method of the laboratory. It should be apparent that we are here referring to individuals with different motiva- tions. As one observer put it, we should not compete with the physical I ' sciences by attempting to pose the inner man against outer space. 6 ' You, as physicians, must utilize fully the ever-burgeoning knowledge which research contributes to your technical skill. But, you must never lose ' sight of the patient as a whole person, and not merely the sum of a number of parts. The patient is not only "that interesting case in Ward A" .... , he is also someone's father, mother, sister. He is a biological entity for whom a cure surely calls forth your scientific knowledge, but never to the neglect of all your talents and resources as a human being deeply interested in other human beings. Because this humanitarian element must have been a powerful force in your motivation toward medicine, only in it will you find fulfillment of the highest professional accomplishment. It is my most sincere wish that each of you will succeed in this high objective. Yours sincerely, ZQM4 62. Harold A. Harper 95 455 egptwvx IRENE K. ADAMS B.A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Bellevue Hospital, New York, N. Y. Future Plans: Internal Medicine 43.402- ALFRED M. ALLEN A. B. Princeton University Internship: University of California Hospitals San Francisco Future Plans: Surgery TIMOTHY R. ALTENHOFEN B. S. University of Calif- ornia, San Francisco Internship: Dul-ze Hospital, Durham, No. Carolina Future Plans: Neurological Surgery MMKIMWW FREDERICK A. AUGUSTA B. S. University of California, San Francisco ' Internship: Los Angeles W' County Hospital Future Plans: E. N. T. I LARRY M. BARSOCCHINI B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: E. N. T. QDGNLOLEP-, ,,.., 96 '1 GORDON A. BENNER A. B. Harvard University lnternshi : Kin Coun P S FY Hospital, Seattle, Wash. Future Plans: General Practice 'ly'-LLb"1A 3 A ' L l .LVVVW ti- .. 4. . 4 'fll' WILLIAM ANDERSON A. B. University of California Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Public Health Aff RONALD BACI-IMAN B. A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: University of California Hospitals Future Plans: Pediatrics f5wffWf"'J CHARLES E. BLAIR A. B. Occidental College Internshi : Hi hland P S Alameda County Hospital Future Pl ans: Undecided S. CAROLYN LINN BLIGHT A. B. Augustana College Internship: Next Year Future Plans: Undecided CQMW' of Shaw SAUL BERNSTEIN B. S. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: General Surgery 'SQ-DNN" 1 PETER W . BRILL B. A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Internal Medicine www DONNA JANE BETZ B. A. College of Pacific Internship: Highland Alameda County Hospital Future Plans: General Practice HOWARD A. BLATNER A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Mount Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles Future Plans: Child Phych i atry 'Q,.2n- ,,,,...,l.c 0. WWW BARBARA CAMILLE BREGER A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, N. Y. Future Plans: Ophthalmology reef' DENNIS R. BUSBY A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: U. S. Navy Hospital , San Diego Future Plans: Surgery f A wi is .'.g..- new A . ,i 61 ..- 72 ' av li -...a!' , ' , 1 ROBERT C. CANTU M. A. University of California, San Francisco Internship: Presbyterian Hospital, New York, N. Y. Future Plans: Neurological Surgery JERRY R. CREWS B. S. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Orange County General Hospital, Orange Future Pl ans: Phychiatry 9.01039 ELLEN EARDLEY A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: St. Elizabeths I-lospital, Washington D. C. Future Plans: Phychiatry HENRY FOURCA DE A. B. Stanford University Internship: University of California Hospitals Future Plans: Internal Medicine TOBY PAT COLE B. A. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Rhode Island I-lospital, Providence Future Plans: General Practice wwf STANLEY P. GALANT B.A. University of California, Internship: Childrens Hosp- ital, Los Angeles Future Plans: Pediatrics IWQ JOI-IN DEB13N1-IAM B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: Minneapolis General Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Future Plans: U1'th0PCdiC Surgery DJJW SU SAN TOYO SI-IIMA FISHER B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: University of California Hospitals Future Plans: Pediatrics x.J.-:ZMLMJ 'Z' sfwfa' .,,.,ff"" TERRENCE H. GLDX SON A. B. University of San Francisco Internship: Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Ill. Future Plans: Surgery fd rzAMfWt'b DANIEL ll. GORMLEY B. A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: State University of New York Future Plans: Radiology .fi 0 vm lg wwf! VENANCIO A. GARCIA A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: St. Mary's Hospital Future Plans: Pathology ,,w,,,,uLrf- I' ns:- , : :-:"-n,.2. ' .3345 l . ,.,b- 1" il P ', nil. 'Is fr- RENE L. GELBER A. B. Pomona College Internship: Maimonides Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Future Plans: Pediatrics Zfgua . 'UL alfa :eww-Cf' HENRY I. GOLDBERG A. B. Stanford University Internship: Veterans Administration Hospitals, Los Angeles Future Plans: Radiology WWV1. GERALD S. GREEN B. S. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Harbor General Hospital, Los Angeles Future Plans: Psychiatry QS? ..- 11" 'Wi Qi UW ff ' EDWARD I. GREENBAUM B. S. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Sacramento County Hospital. Future Plans: Internal Medicine jzxlw GARY G. GREGERSEN B. A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco County Hospital Future Plans: Orthopedic Surgery AMW 1.72 3 N M 96' ---7+ GEORGE A. GREGORY B. S. University of California Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Academic ALLAN I-IALDEN B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Surgery Future Plans: Surgery y, J ,'Iii""-al' LL W' RANDOLPH M. HALL B.A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: University of California Hospitals Future Plans: Undecided NX FRED G. HARTLEY B.A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Internal Medicine ,f,,,,a id WMM? WILLIAM A. HARRIS B.A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Diego County Hospital Future Plans: General Practice ,jew JOHN STEELE HEGE M, A, University of California, Berkeley Internship: Highland Alameda County Hospital Future Plans: Undecided S . M5151 nl-M f' BOB HICKEY STEPHEN E. HILLER B.A. University of South A. B. University of Dakota California, Los Angeles Internship: San Francisco Internship: Orange Cotmty General Hospital General Hospital,Orange Future Plans: Internal Future Plans: Internal Medicine Medicine WM 100 . Y -:L .., L, DIMITRIOS KALIVA S M.A. University of California, San Fran- cisco Internship: University of Minnesota Hospitals , Minneapolis, Minn. Future Plans: Thoracic Surgery DONA LD B. KAUFMAN B. S. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Pediatrics or Internal, Medicine iQ.,,.afMffw1f'f""' ELIZABETH A . I-IU TCI-IIN SON A. B. Pomona College Internship: Orange County General Hosp- ital, Orange Future Plans: Dermatology ar-'H' JOHN PAUL JONES, JR. A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Orthopedic Surgery yiifwyl STANLEY C. KARZ B. S. University of California, Los Angles Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital' Future Plans: Internal Medicine if JOHN P. KELLY B. S. Northwestern University Internship: Fresno County General Hospital, Fresno Future Plans: Pathology . N9 'Kali-3 5 - ? 5, ima' s as -:ig 'F' 'mf KA Tl-IRYN A . KIRKMAN B. A. University of California Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Ob-Gyn EDWIN KOUMRIAN B. S. University of California, San Fran- cisco lnternship: Harbor General Hospital, Los Angeles Future Plans: OB-Gyn N igerlvwill 64 K .- ,J- me Q 'qrrzrvf ?" A , f, ,z -. ., 1 ks., W3 R, , WILLIAM E. KUCHAR A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Los Angel es County Hospital Future Plans: General JOHN A. KUSSKE B. S. Univeisity of California, San Francisco Internship: University of California Hospitals, Practice San Francisco Future Plans: Neurolog- ical Surgery JOSEPH LaDOU M. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Internal Medicine JCLZAL STEPHEN LEE A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Mount Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles Future Plans: Dermatol- OSY JAMES S. LIEBERMAN B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Neurology is gs,-PM G UF - , I-.1 I fir' ifgg, -ow, ROBERT MAC KEN LUMSDEN II A. B. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: University of California I-Iospitals, Los Angeles Future Plans: Surgery "-C' RONALD LEE A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco Future Plans: Pediatrics fp-4004-9' PHILLIP M. LEVIN A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: University of California Hospitals, Los Angeles Future Plans: Surgery 1 in "Ev 441' ww ,gwvnivfm : .,, , :D ,y-... 4" "-Mali' 11A..t GARY K. McCLELLAND B. A. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: OB-GYN if wiwwi GORDON MO B. A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco General Hospital FutLu'e Plans: Pediatrics 7775 DON RAY MCCANNE B. A, University of California, Riverside Internship: San Diego County Hospital Future Plans: General Practice wR'mf 'l'T',""' GEORGE MONTEVERDI B. S. University of San Francisco Internship: Santa Clara County Hospital Future Plans: Undecided Mft' Jn LM M: LON ROY MCCANNE B. A. University of California, Riverside Internship: San Diego County l-lospital Future Plans: General Practice JAMES MILLER B. A. Carleton College Internship: l-larbor General I-lospital , Los Angeles Future Pl ans: Otorhinol aryngology V GEORGE EBRIGHT MOI-IUN B. S. University of Santa Clara Internship: Fresno County General Hospital, Fresno Future Plans: Physician PIERRE MORNELL B.A. University of Califronia, Los Angeles Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: UnClCCidBd ,fa WJ c,6v"""' 5-:Q--mi --' . . , - i V, . ZIQWLWN if vi... ?i 619 Que L.- J Eh GLENN M . NAKADA TE M. A. University ol California, San Francisco Internship: Los Angel es Coruity Hospital Future Plans: Ob-Gyn . pl!!-A4 fb' AU DONALD O STERGA RD M. A. University of California, San Francisco Internship: Harbor General Hospital, Los Angeles Future Plans: Ob-Gyn MMM ,W Cs DIANE G. OLIVER A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Pathology l' 'ur-1' JOHN C. PRINCE A. B. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Orange County General Hospital, Orange Future Plans: Internal Medicine e.?Mef RONALD RANKIN B. S. Loyola University Los Angeles Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Ob-Gyn Qowjc. l 1. VU? ROBERT C. ROCK B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: Presbyterian Hospital, New York, N. Y. Future P1 ans: Pathology 77 1 O4 WJ owvv SW SW I SANFORD L. POLSE A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Urology JOHN S. QUILICI B. S. University of San Francisco Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Internal Medicine .3 -1- file awe 41-il' E PATRICK RYAN A.B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: University of California Hospitals San Francisco Future Plans: Internal Medicine JOHN F. SCI-IMAELZLE A.B. Stanford University Internship: University of Washington Hospitals, Seattle, Wash. Future Plans, Urology 4924: ROBERT PA UL ROOD B. S. St. Mary's College Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Ephebiatrics KWWW 'fri ROBERT S. SHERINS B. S. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Veterans Administration Hospitals, Los Angeles Future Plans: Internal Medicine ww!-W 'MQ 535, AMZWW VM' STANLEY W . RUGGLES B. A. University of California, Berkeley Internship: University of California Hospitals Future Plans: Internal Medicine GARY HOPKINS SCI-IELL A B. Universit of - Y California, Berkeley Internship: Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N, Y. Future Plans: Plastic Surgery RICHARD I. SHERINS B. S. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Veterans Administration Hospitals Los Angeles Future Plans: Internal Medicine Mew MERTON L. SHEW B. A. Harvard University Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Undecided 76541:-f 0. . -YT. - . .t ,un 0 I, -gf. si. ,Af 12492452149 F ll L if iff' FREDERICK SINGER B. S. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Veterans Hospital QSawtellej Los Angeles Future Plans: Internal Medicine CHARLES D. SOUTH III B. S. University of Santa Clara Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Oh-Gyn ajvdfwffa' WILLIAM SUEOKA B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: Cincinnati General Hospital Cincinnati, Ohio Future Plans: Pathology Mall ROBERT C. TUDOR A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Ophthalmology WC. ROBERT C. SNOW A. B. Dartmouth College Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Orthopedic Surgery ,gp---. f T',' 'fob 'jqnlif' Thu' ROBERT PETER ULLER B. S. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital Future Plans: Internal Medicine GA RY DONA LD STONE B.A. University of California, Los Angeles Internship: Los Angeles Cormty I-Iospiral Future Plans: Internal Medicine W7 PATRICIA T SA NG A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Highland Hospital, Rochester, N. Future Plans: Undecided , . '16, E' I-IARLAND WA TKINS B. S. University of California, San Francisco Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Internal Medicine -y'1,.,j.:,6.aJ4M WILLIAM J. WOLFENDEN A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: University of California Hospitals, San Francisco Future Plans: Surgery puny .WWW j K? if RONALD R. UYEYAMA A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: Kings Coruity I-lospital, Brooklyn FutLu'e Plans: General Practice z,...wd R- WWW' A h A X- - ' 'N 'L ELENA YOUNG B. S. University of California, Berkeley Internship: San Francisco General Hospital Future Plans: Internal Medicine L ALFRED ROBERT VERNON Pharm. D. , University of California , Sa Francisco Internship: University of California Hospitals Future Plans: Internal Medicine ww-w'W""""" A NDY W HITE A. B. Stanford University Internship: Santa Clara County Hospital Future Plans: Opthalmology dl, WW WEYMAN W. WONG A. B. University of California, Berkeley Internship: U. S. Air Force Hospital, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Future Plans: General Practice or Internal Medicine Uvwyfw- 107 Qu- W-'fr 'X X l WSF? in . uw .M 'y.,..,...,, ,Q C4 . N uwHeRe1SiAc,o?' 'Memoir swoon," WHAISJA mn' 9 NuTH i N' Within the covers of this book we have attempted to present to you not only a pictorial re- view of our four years in medical school, but also a photographic essay on the molding of a physician. I hope that we have been able to capture some of the laughter and sadness, and even awe, that has appeared candidly on our faces during these few short years. The idea of this essay was conceived leisurely over dinner in our freshman year , it was born during a class meeting during our second year, it was nurtured and subsequently developed during our third and fourth years , and this evening after a tiring rotation in the emergency room the book is ready to walk on its own. No one person can take credit for what most obviously has to have been the herculean task of many. If I could I would like to singularly applaud the efforts of each member of my staff, but space will not permit it: I will, however, extend a kiss of gratitude to Barbara Breger for so much done so well. The remainder of my staff will be listed unceremoniouslyg I would appreciate it greatly if you would express your thanks to them personally as you see them during the coming years. Assistant Editor: Barbara Breger Revenue Department: Irene Adams , Carolyn Blight Gary Stone f Financial Consultantj Art: Ellen Eardley Cover Design: john Prince Cartooning: Howard Blatner Special Writing: Dimitrios Kalivas Photographers: Timothy Altenhofen, Ronald Bachman, Saul Bernstein, Henry Goldberg, Randy Hall, john Hege, Donald Kaufman, Edwin Koumrian, Richard Sherins, Robert Sherins, William Sueoka Robert Tudor, Robert Uller, Ronald Uyeyama, Elena Young. Layout and Design: Timothy Altenhofen, Saul Bernstein, Howard Blatner, Peter Brill, jerry Crews, Ellen Eardley, Susan Fisher, Henry Goldberg, Daniel Gormley, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Dimitrios Kalivas, Donald Kaufman, Kathryn Kirkman, Richard Sherins Robert Sherins. Technical Assistance: james Moser QBing Crosby Productionsj -- cover design Loren McCaffrey adviser from American Yearbook Co. Glendale, California Last, but not least, l would like to thank my wife, Maurie Carla, for her everpresent encouragement which helped me complete this book. I hope that our book brings pleasure. Respectfully , Robert Paul Rood, Editor 108 lg? u ,W , . -qt, X ' w W i fl: :gf H X.. N . W Q ,- Y ' 'xk", 0 ,vw . 'fvzv' FN. 'Mi 1 1 . .. 'Q x Nl " 'VT' ff w 25'-iaf 'W c x SY N -I, N "'TU'. .:, 'f 1' 'N .125 Y 'Wx X 5 ls- 1 'K fa if W 1 QV X '-if 1 .. 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