University of Kansas School of Medicine - Jayhawker MD Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)

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I hope that they will never be deterred from their humanitarian commitment and mostly I hope that they will continue their education along With and throughout their practice Dr. Peter L. Perine Editor, 1966 Jayhawker Sincerely your s , XVGVLJLALLZ Yearbook of the University of Kansas School of Medicine , Jayhawker M. D. Student Union Building Kansas City lZ, Kansas ,,f,,1--1-1 .. . - - '... ,.'l-ry ,',f,,- ' ':' iff . f. 1 if ' V K .vi ' , --I - .,,,,..,,. ..- v,l1,,, . gf, .'.l,,..,....,, . ..V,. ,,,,,,f, ure 1 X 1 .1 A A ,-.n1..,,V...e.',g,h, . . 4, v I , Y , . , In 1 as -.1 xirvaaagh ,Q .......-nf., 4 .'.N,:,W,,.',',Y,-. ... .... Q f -,9.,'.'.'...'--.,1.n'n,1,,.1xf nr 1--rt ' . v . . , , f. , I . . . . - . . . . W 1 D-wiv' V A-K. li. ' A .Qi-, xx n 1 n n aa 14.53 'tt ... ',..,,K.',l.-.. V ' .'..'--',', ,',"" Q HIM Wi-10 .. ,. E THIS Q S MY PARENTS HARE MY SUB IMJAND RELIEVEQ, ...-. ITIES IF REQQJIREQ-32? 1... svn. ..g.v. UPON-'HIS OFFSPRIN, v-4, -1- f ..,..uvr ff ' FQQTINC. 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DOUG LAS An award based on gratitude, respect, and admiration must certainly be of value. When that award is given for teaching, by students widely ex- perienced in being taught, the value must be great indeed. The Class of 1966 has selected Dr. Harry L. Douglas as "the faculty member who has shown the greatest devotion to his primary duty as a teacher ofmedical students." , Dr. Douglas is a native of Marlin, Texas, and received his medical degree from the University of Kansas in 1938. He served an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and com- pleted this training in 1942. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha and Phi Beta Pi. Dr. Douglasjoined the medical faculty of the University of Kansas as Assistant Professor in 1942, and now serves on the medical staff at the Kansas City Veteran's Administration Hospital. The practical approach andclear thinking which he applied to his meth- od of teaching was evident to all students on his service. His offerings oftutorial sessions in electrocardiographic and roentgenographic interpretation were similarly appreciated. The importance which students attach to these efforts is partially expressed in this award., 11952 1953 1954 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 PAST AWARDS William P. Williamson, M Mahlon H. Delp, M.D. Galen M. Tice, M.D. Kurt R. Reissmann, M.D. Cf. O'Neil Proud, M.D. James O. Boley, M.D. Frank A. Mantz, M.D. Max S. Allen, M.D. Lawrence C. Peters, M.D. Howard A. Matzke, M.D. David R. Robinson, M.D. Robert T. Manning, M.D. Robert E. Bolinger, M.D. Mangesh R. Gaitonde, M.D Wayne L. Rockwell, M.D. B' 'ci ,nn fn 18008947 GEN. 378 J335 1966 J ayhawker , M. 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' Theodore Billroth NOTHING WILL SUSTAIN YOU POWER TO RECOGNIZE IN YOUR IT IVIAY BE THOUGHT, THE TRUE OF THE ORDINARY MAN, OF THE THEIR LOVES AND THEIR JOYS, GRIEFS. ll. 7? I . ' vi E' lf MORE POTENTLY THAN THE HUIVIDRUIVI ROUTINE, AS PERHAPS POETRY OF THE COIVIIVIGNPLACE, PLAIN, TGILWQRN WOMAN, WITH THEIR SGRROWS AND THEIR Sir William Osler I WUI- I I . Afiihv , .M S 'f THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS - LAWRENCE KANSAS - 66044 "Z':LC:c2fL'2:f . January 1 7 , 1 9 6 6 9l3 UN4-Sl!! Fellow Physicians: I congratulate you upon the successful completion of the academic wor1d's most rigorous and, at the same time, most re- warding progrnm of study. Further, I welcome you as an active member of my own profession. Although I suspect that at the present time you might not realize it, I want you to know that it has prepared you for much more than being a physician. It has, I believe, prepared you for living. I say this from personal experience which has been variegated to the extreme, exhilarating at all times, and has brought me to what many might think a position remote from medicine. In all that I have done, no matter how far removed my activity may have seemed from my chosen field, I have never felt that I ceased to practice medicine. Further than that, I have never found myself in a position where my medical education did not prove to be a superb preparation. You are fortunate in having your educational background for your opportunities are infinite, your horizons unlimited. Yours is a proud professiong it will renain so only if you take an active interest in its organizational affairs. It is not enough to be a competent practitioner. One must also, to be compleat, be an active participant in all medical affairs. I discovered that fact relatively late in my career, but I con- sider myself fortunate in having made the discovery. I trust - that you will become active early. I wish you the best. You are fortunate in having had the opportunity to study in a school that is one of the finest. My wish will become reality if, utilizing your good fortune, you work to achieve the best. I trust you will remember us all fondly. In each of you is a small part of each of us who participated in the educational adventure with you. In each of us is a small part of you--a part that keeps us younger and more enthusiastic than otherwise we might be. Sincerely yours, fyffwo ll! woe, W. Clarke Wescoe Chancellor NCN:jp 6 ' THE STAT! OI' KANSAS CE O E GO F N09 ronziun WN. H. AVERY o no TO TH 1966 GRADUATES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER You learn- ing in your lives The skills and knowledge you have acquired will of course, be further enhanced in the future by addi- tional. training and practice Congratulations on your approaching graduation. are about to complete the most concentrated period of During your training at the University of Kansas Medical Center, you have had the benefit of modern laboratories and highly respected instruction But the continued reputation and excellence of this institution will in no small measure be a function of your loyalty to it and your service to our state and its people. The high quality of the faculty, the dedication of their students and strong state fiscal support have given Kansans cause to be proud of the medical education which you are about to complete. T Lani! WM. H. AVERY Governor of Kansas srscm. cm. no. 31 ORDER T0 REPORT FOR INDUCTION O O fi- 'ff' The President of the United States T Pun UNK! Bunomg 0 Concordia. Kansas A11 senior led ical student' ' uxaldoaw Nu L2 ' 'O' n Url ' IIIIII I - AL OAID YAIYI Kenna Univ. ledioal sch 1 Konus City, Konus oo 'D.gmb'r'f6?.f.?3SE.ii """"" " SEPFCTIV!-IIE! no, lb .K 12 1 35 5, 25 GISSTI : NG Mu-ai 23, 1938 You are hereby ordered for induction into the Armed Forces of the United States and to report it ,...... Qoneoxvin, Kuna .run ar ms 1 . on ..,.. at 10:30 Ani. ilk! Ilan! for forwarding to an Armed Forces Induction Station. ' , X Induction date - 1.15.56 K V n 7' . .Mmm , ,,..... 1 5 no , sstecrivc ssnvucr svsrsm """" N" """""- ,ua in + 0 t 1 .fi iz I N B O W S T l I KANSAS CITY. KANSAS 66I03 0 AREA CODE 913 I ADAM! 5-S152 x,..-rr UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER J' i.' 11- RA aouttvliao AT sorn IT , , me nk " 1.1: " January 5 , i966 OFFICE OF THE PROVOST The Editors JAYHAHKER, M.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas City, Kansas Dear Friends: On a recent autumn day a crane removed the small structure which connected the fourth floor of the HAH Building with the fifth floor of the HBH Building. The connection, part ramp and part pigeon coop, had been leaking rain and plaster for the past thirty years. On the day of its removal a lady passing by on the street below was heard to remark: HLook at that! They no sooner put them up than they tear them down again.H Experts on medical schools are found everywhere! Many experts were on hand at the recent Uhite House Conference on Health. A prominent theme of that conference was the hope that medical schools could exercise leadership in expanding and improving the delivery of health services. There is precedent for this hope. Kansas has shown that a medical school can extend its influence to every doctor's office and hospital room of a state by means of continuation education, preceptorships, home care programs,.and an attitude of concern for every aspect of health. Many schools have done less, and we must do a great deal more by means of affiliations and coordinated endeavors with other agencies. He must help define and demonstrate new professional roles so that well trained pro- fessional people do not dissipate their talents on endeavors which can be assumed by less completely trained colleagues. Vhen experts define new roles for medical schools, they also propose new educational experiences for students. Vhatever work we undertake will have educational importance. There is the wholesome promise that medical education, more than ever before, will find outlets for the intense motivation of students not only to learn--but to learn in order to be of service. A more thorough knowledge of the ways in which medical science can find application to alleviate health problems will help fulfill our mission--and yours. In these endeavors we shall need the help of many experts including the lady who happens to be passing by. Vlth affectionate regards, Zia... CAHZNV C. ARDEN MILLER, M.D. Dean and Provost , y au. Administration C. Arden Miller Provost of KUMC Dean of the School of Medicine f ffii,, QV .3 M so is 4, if ff W .-S X 1 N X. X X SW L W Z my X s X' V .sf V 1 .N ff, Q -V ' am s ' ff f f f l ,4 , ' . Q 4 2 4491? , Jack D. Walker Assistant Dean for Hospital Administrative Affairs Frances Hiatt Russell Miller Registrar Director of KUMC K t f Q ,iis X ff! f' I as A lf -'ff sgulfv 9 ,, Y if '?..,e3,mQ:.-,:. 502.926 f hx Q 4,11 4 a 6 ,Y Q 1 5' ! 19 'S' iff X .f+ P 4 . --A fa ffmffsaad J is A fin! -tfx i: fwsaai T w is ,, .. -A K FQ '14, X, MS.: Wd, , xii. " f iffr. 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Q isis P ixwswwsss XQ rf-rx NN, SN- ' , WSX X s sssXXX4X . sswss X ' X XX s- - wwiy s s , .sfs:ssssws,sss f X ssszss f X . s-ws swssss X- ss X wsu ' X X C z.i:YNQ1,.:s. X X X X '- . N Xi Harvey Fisher Professor I oe Kimmel Professor B iochemistr Santiago Grisolia ff ' L 1 4..,,.,j I , ' rf' ff 7 - 7 , 'f ,ff 74, , X ,f f ' W ,., ' ' 4 " ,ffunn P W V My, W Xf X ,4 ,f of fm ff V, ,V 5 ,, 7 f, , ff . 4 v i 214 f ' I 'Z Professor and Chairman Dwight Mulford Professor Russell Mills Professor illiam Novoa C-uassinos Roussos Percy Russell sistant Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor I , U g I AlvarA..Werderv- g P Professoriand Chairman r f - r T V T f Assistant Professor g Thorkil Jensen Professor A f T. R, I-lamilton Professor Thomas White Assistant Professor Marvin Field Assistant Professor O. I. Mira Assistant Professor T D Y Chm Jacob Duerksen Clinical Professor Associate Professor Dtphyllobothrlum Werderum This cestode has undergone -extensive study by medical students at KUMC in spite of its elusive and non-derscript 'characteristics on lVlonday,,Wednesdayfiand Friday afternoons. It is known to have a smallscolexrcontrolling itsrisuctorialst Infection is epidemic in Wahlwesphalia and results from repeated ingestion of hot air.The initial clinical courseis characterized by nausea, vomyiatritng-and tenesmus which progresses to a thought 'disorder that l,eadstheipati'ent to belEve1he has accumulated enough data, on infectious disease ist it sgfrs to 'arr 'pass that portion of,Pathology delegated to this subject. Unfortunately, there iiri nofknown cure. Hovvievergin are cent study patients given massive dosages of ethanol! showed markfedrimprovemeent within hours after this infection had run its course ' a of V aaa' iPP'ii ' ' George Melynkovych , - X, , I I I I I x S . 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Lewis David Waxman Professor and Chairman Assistant Professor Preventive Medicine and Communit Health Richard Easton Charles Sisk IHSUUCYOF Assistant Professor Margaret Gwinn Assistant Professor Ann Burgess McIntosh Mildred Webb Faye Weston IHSTlIL1CtOr Assistant Professor Instructor On May 3, 1966, this new diagnostic examination called electrocardiography was in- Postgraduate Medicine Iesse Rising Chairman Professor of Medicine troduced at a KUMC Postgraduate course. Physical Medicine Edward J. Novak Assistant Professor Ruth Monteith Associate Professor Donald L. Rose Professor and Chairman Robert N eth Executive Director cw -.T--tv ' ' Q.. ill?-fanih. -. E Q Robert P. Hudson Assistant Professor Acting Chairman Histor 0 Medicine Ralph H Major a 0 l Professor 'Emeritus Galen Tice George Cowan Professor . . PTO feSS0f "Yes, my father was a radiologlst also." Nels Strancljord Donald R. 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Hospital San Antonio, Texas JOHN D. ARMSTRONG, JR. Topeka A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri PHILLIP A , BALLARD, IR. Wichita A.B. Kansas, 1962 San Diego County Hospital San Diego, California JO JEANNE BIDWELL Shawnee Mission B.S. Tampa, 1955 M.A. Missouri at Kansas City University of Kansas Medical Center JOHN W. BETTS Spearfish S D' LARRY E, BENSON Lib.erty, Missouri A.B. William Jewell, 1962 Kansas City General Hospital Kansas City, Missouri A.B. South Dakota, 1963 B.S. South Dakota, 1964 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missour- THOMAS M. BILLINGS Ietmore A.B. Sterling, 1962 Kansas City General Hospital Kansas City, Missouri ROBERT E. G. BIDWELL Shawnee Mission A.B. Missouri at Kansas City St. Lukes Hospital Kansas City, Missouri THAD H. BILLINGSLEY Wichita A.B. Kansas, 1962 Wesley Hospital Wichita, Kansas SUSANNE I. BLACK Wilmette, Ill. A.B. Kansas, 1962 Northwestern University Medical Center Chicago, Illinois PAUL B. BRY Northwood, N.D. B. S. North Dakota, 1962 B. S. North Dak ota, 1964 St. Lukes Hospital Saginaw, Michigan SCOTT L. CARDER Kansas City, Mo. A.B. Kansas, 1962 Memorial Hospital Long Beach, Calif. ...--Ll-Q- 4 .... --..-- 4 - ... 4,.........4..l -4. BARRY R. COOPER Norton A.B. Kansas 1962 St. Mary s Hospital San Francisco, Calif. THOMAS I. DARRAH Wichita A.B. Stanford, 1962 University of California Hospitals Los Angeles, California DAVID L. COE Topeka B.S. Washburn, 1962 Bethany Hospital Kansas City, Kansas VICTORINO CUMAGUN Manila, Philippines Philippine General Hospital Manila, Philippines 69 DOUGLAS C. DECI-IAIRO Westm ore land A.B. Kansas, 1962 U. S. Naval Hospital Great Lakes, Illinois JOHN N. ELLIS Coffeyville A.B. Kansas, 1962 University of Kansas Medical Center WILLIAM E. FEIST Topeka A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri DUANE E. FREDRICKSON Osage City B.S. Kansas State, 1961 A.B. Kansas State, 1962 Kansas City General Hospital Kansas City, Missouri CEDRIC B. FORTUNE Garden City A.B. Kansas State, 1962 McKennan Hospital Sioux Falls, South Dakota FREDERIC M. GILHOUSEN Norton A.B. Kansas Wesleyan 1962 Bethany Hospital Kansas City, KanS21S -4 vf' fps: STEVEN S . FOUNTAIN Arlington A.B. Kansas, 1962 Bethany Hospital Kansas City, Kansas ia ii it 1 3, I if 1,3 3, 1 f :N il gl 'I it IJ I. GEROLD F. GARRETT 5 l Cawker City ii 1 i A.B. Kansas, 1954 5' M. A. Kansas, 1963 f U. S. Public Health Service Hosp. Seattle, Washington 71 lr I vm. -.gisv v-.-Lx-. - 1.,v,e-.,-- -J, ,g -Y V4 V ROB ERT A . GOLLIER, II Ottawa A.B. Kansas, 1962 Good Samaritan Hospital Phoenix, Arizona ROGER C. HALL Coffeyville A.B. Kansas, 1962 Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, Michigan JOE O. HAINES Haven A.B. Kansas, 1962 Lettermen General Hospital San Francisco, Calif. BOYD K. HARTMAN Augusta A.B. Kansas, 1962 Barnes Hospital St. Louis, Missouri - --,....... A -----..-- ,..-.-.l 1,11 CHARLES J. HAEN Wichita A.B. Rockhurst, 1962 Bethany Hospital Kansas City, Kansas ROBERT D. HARTLEY, II Baxter Springs A.B. Kansas, 1961 Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Cooperstown, New York CHARLES R. HARTMAN Kansas City A.B. Kansas, 1962 Wesley Hospital Wichita, Kansas ALAN L. HOEEMANN Flushing, N.Y. B.S. Bethany, 1962 Meadowbrook Hospital East Meadow, New York ARNOLD H. HERMAN West Orange, N.l. A.B. Cornell 1961 University Hospital Boston, Massachusetts ERROL G. JACOBI Norwich, N.Y. B.S. Muhlenberg, 1961 University of Kansas Medical Center LARRY L. HECK Lawrence A.B. Kansas, 1962 Kansas City General Hospital Kansas City, Missouri JAMES M. HOUSE, IR. Wichita A.B. Kansas, 1962 Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Cooperstown, New York i 1. -.-,Q-.4-.v-Lv.-... ,- -fwstg---f-J--5-::.A,fv-Q-. -,,- - - - ,2.,T..-Tri? .,,,, jlli-'-'l- """"" "' 'VY'-" --gg-L-:- - - - .. Y, . LARRY D. IECHA Timken A.B. Kansas, 1962 Wright-Patterson A. F. B. Hospital Dayton, Ohio DENNIS D. HLEK BERNARD C. JOHNSON Prairie View, Tex. B.S. Prairie View A8aM, 1957 Wesley Hospital Wichita, Kansas .--..4- L 4. Tyndall, S.D. A.B. South Dakota, 1962 B. S. South Dakota, 1964 St. Luke s Hospital Kansas City, Missouri MAURICE G. KEENY Sedan A.B. Kansas State, 1962 Kansas City General Hospital Kansas City, Missouri CHARLES D. JENNINGS Hutchinson A.B. Carleton, 1962 Mary Fletcher Hospital Burlington, Vermont L ' ml ' Ti GARY M. JONES Parsons A.B. Kansas, 1962 Iowa Methodist Hospital Des Moines, Iowa ,--..,,--4 .4, -,-, JACK W. KENSINGER Chanute A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Mary's Hospital San Francisco, Calif. ROBERT E . KIPFER RICHARD G. KIRSCH Raytown, Mo. A.B. Kansas, 1962 Mercy-St. Lukes Hospitals Cedar Rapids, Iowa Wichita A.B. Emporia, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri fa, , LAWRENCE E. KOPPERS Pittsburg A.B. Rockhurst, 1962 St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Kansas V f Y Adwrgi I-,A Y .Y .a+ .. -.,...V- 77 JAMES F. KING Wichita A.B. Ottawa, 1962 Baylor University Affiliated Hospitals Houston, Texas PERRY A. KLAASSEN Weatherford, Okla. A.B. Tabor, 1961 Gorgas Hospital Balboa Heights, Canal Zone -.gn-.3 -.-f. f- y ' Qifgq-.452-ggspvf--1-. -1- - -N,..,,-.- f-..---A-H ....f BEN C. KUIKEN Topeka B.S. Kansas, 1961 Childrens Mercy Hospital Kansas City, Missouri ROBERT E, LEWIS Prairie Village A.B. Kansas, 1962 Madigan General Hospital Tacoma, Washington -A-1.4---.- JAMES H. LEE Kansas City A.B. Kansas, 1962 Denver General Hospital Denver, Colorado THOMAS W, LOEWEN Wichita A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri LAURANCE KUPPERBERG Albany, N.Y. A.B. Cornell, 1962 Ochsner Foundation New Orleans, Louisiana HERBERT B. LINDSLEY Wichita A.B. Amherst, 1962 University of Washing- ton Hospitals Seattle, Washington JAMES E. MAHAN Bartlesville, Okla. A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri MONTY P. MCCLELLAN Mission A.B. Kansas, 1962 lowa Lutheran Hospital Des Moines, Iowa WILLIAM B . MCCOLLUM Leavenworth A.B. Kansas, 1962 Baylor University Affiliated Hospitals Houston, Texas MARY R. MCVAY Clay Center B.S. Kansas, 1953 A.B. Kansas, 1962 Walter Reed General Hospital Washington, D.C. V , -AA .A , -, . ,,,m- .Lek-, -.. 1-1 ,-, .re-A 1.-. 1 DALE B. MATTHEIS Madison, Wisconsin A.B. Kansas, 1962 U.S. Naval Hospital St. Albans, New York BERRY L. MCCORD Harrisonville, MO. A.B. Kansas, 1962 Good Samaritan Hospital Phoenix, Arizona -l. -1--,v-.-Lt,-. - -rt.--629-va ,-1- -H -.- JOHN C. MITCHELL, III Salina A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Lukes Hospital Kansas City, Missouri ERNEST H. NEIGHBOR Shawnee Mission A.B. Kansas, 1962 University of Kansas Medical Center JAMES R. NEFF Topeka A.B. Kansas State, 1962 University Hospital Ann Arbor, Michigan D. MICHAEL O'BYRNE Baldwin A. B. Baker, 1958 Gorgas Hospital Balboa Heights, Canal Zone IIMMIE D. MOORE Coffeyville B.S. Kansas, 1959 A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri LESLIE W. NESMITH Lawrence A. B. Kansas, 1962 University of Kansas Medical Center - g4.g.A.f..4 Q ..4.. ..4..-,-..---,.,.,,-..-,.... ""'lW ,if , M 1 f 7' X 'Y X f , ffv' www, 75: f Vw' KERRY K. O'FALLON Manhattan A.B. Kansas State, 1962 U.S. Public Health Service Hosp. Seattle, Washington MERL I. PEACHEY, IR. Hugoton A.B. Kansas, 1962 Good Samaritan Hospital Phoenix, Arizona A--- -Y .-.-L-. -,e--Y - -v WILLIAM D. O'RIORDAN ' Shawnee Mission Lettermen General Hospital San Francisco, California JOSEPH R. PAYNE Prairie Village A.B. Kansas, 1962 Denver General Hospital Denver, Colorado KARL D. PFUETZE Overland Park A.B. Kansas, 1962 Sacramento County Hospital Sacramento, California PETER L. PERINE Topeka A.B. Washburn, 1961 University of Kansas Medical Center 1. 1..vq,sQ v-.1-.-.x. JAMES E. RAUCI-I Kansas City, Mo. A.B. Rockhurst, 1961 St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Kansas GREGORY G. P. RICK, ROBERT R. RICH Newton A.B. Oberlin, 1962 University of Washington Hospitals Seattle, Washington JR. Shawnee Mission A.B. Harvard, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri Hmm DEAN R. RISING Kansas City, Mo. A.B. Kansas, 1962 Children's Mercy Hospital Kansas City, Missouri if iii' ..f ' SI-IELDON A. E. ROSENTI-IAL Kansas City A.B. Southern California, 1961 University of Illinois Research Hospitals Chicago, Illinois DOROTHY ANN LYNCH ROSENTHAL Overland Park, Kansas A.B. Kansas, 1961 University of Illinois Research Hospitals Chicago, Illinois .r ' gan- :.e4- .q- ,Li li- Q 4-..-A-:Jia . J-3 1- ,L pi! J I RONALD RUBIN Clifton, New Jersey B.S. Rutgers, 1958 A.B. Kansas, 1962 Boston City Hospital Harvard V Boston, Massachusetts all JOHN E SATTGAST Wichita B.S. St. Louis, 1962 Wesley Hospital Wichita, Kansas , L , l 1 I MICHAEL E. RYAN if? Emporia 1 A.B. Kansas, 1960 H University of New it ai Mexico - Bernalillo lg Hospital Albuquerque, New I i Mexico , HARoLD LEROY SANDERS Winchester A i Tripler General Hospital Honolulu, Hawaii P F i i i 1 1 .1 ' 'Q 5 r 5 1 X f 1 I 1 i 3 1, MARK SAYLOR Topeka , A.B. Kansas, 1959 lowa Methodist Hospital I Des Moines, Iowa W JOHN P. SCHEUREN Yankton, S.D. B,S, South Dakota State, 1958 S B.S. South Dakota, 1964 Kansas City General Hospital 81 Kansas City, Missouri ,l A.B. Kansas, 1962 E I 1 I , for-fl , l 1 4, ' ll 1 a All IE Ili in If in ' I V 5 IU I I-L I N., 1 If 4' 4,1 I: I I ,I ,L ln 1, 3 Q in I 1 -n4:::.:-1-Q-aa-.4:,-1:-- fn-1 f JAMES R. SCHOLTEN Salina A.B. Kansas, 1962 Utah University Hospital Salt Lake City, Utah DAVID L. STRAUB Marysville A.B. Kansas, 1962 University of New Mexico - Bernalillo Hospital Albuquerque, New Mexico WILLIAM R. STARKE Higginsville, Mo. A.B. Missouri, 1962 Brooke General Hospital San Antonio, Texas JOI-IN H. SCHUETZ Powhattan B.S. Kansas State, 1961 A.B. Kansas State, 1962 Los Angeles County General' Hospital Unit I Los Angeles, California ROBERT L. STRIPLIN G, JR. Big Springs, Texas B. S . Southern Methodist, 1962 Chilclren's Mercy Hospital Kansas City, Missouri JACK L. STUBER St. Joseph, Mo. A.B. Kansas, 1962 St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Missouri WILLIAM G. TARNASKY Jamestown, N.D. B.S. Jamestown, 1958 M.S. North Dakota, 1962 McKennan Hospital Sioux Falls, South Dakota TERRY I. SUTTON Junction City A.B. Kansas, 1962 Mercy-St. Lukes Hospitals Cedar Rapids, Iowa CARL M. SUTHERLAND, II Prescott A.B. Kansas, 1962 Maricopa County General Hospital Phoenix, Arizona J ' fi? wm+we4iZa,,,f ' wk 0 FRED L. TASKER, IR. Grand Forks, N.D. B.S. Calvin, 1961 M.S. North Dakota, 1963 Wesley Hospital Wichita, Kansas THOMAS L. TAYLOR Leawood A.B. Kansas, 1962 Maricopa County General Hospital Phoenix, Arizona STEPHEN A. VILE Kansas City, Mo. A.B.Michigan, 1962 Michael Reese Hospital Chicago, Illinois 2 v 'Z i.,,x Q f 2 'f 27 f A ' f'f6,ff.z-ff A ff f ff X A f f f w '. k,Qf,j:g ,737 I Y A , ff ,, 1, m L K f f 4 Q Aff, ,, ,, f egfi , 5 ff I f ,hy ,f :va .ff " f 4 2 sf gf i v V . XW3 T I 4 lf? ,Q , 'fin . Q Mr' :gf EY H ,aw wwf H V. Q' fs, 4 , Lf Q x Xel xw, W A 91 'fri' f x , M ..x. mg . . ? Y Q-. H n , .1 9 . X 41 WX, 4 - , A x ,,,. - ' T f ,N X X , X X S ' f r , ' ,f My 1. 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'A f , A ' W ey I 11 1 1 'TL ff, If ' ,Q ?.,,,.f7? ,f ' hx O kffhf 1 fry' 3, 5. 2 QU' W5 I 24 3 V M", 4 f .. L . Mx v .,,,4 N1 'Wi Nm f W e- fy, ,f ff,-, f If ,z A 3 x in 7 Z! M f 4 ff O f , f W 'Y ff 1 f ' r f' 3: f f f fx ,,,,v I ,fp ,. 'Pix I 0,5 WWI I, f f I f ' E Q Z 1 f f .H ff , fy W W 1 !N.'h M f WM Vhhgqf xi 21" f Z 7 ,'0f iv , f 57,40 4535, gm! WSMW iv-'5 W QWW5 X! Z X W M 'Livf' Slowdownlfwkl?-lam: 2 2 A f WL .. - .- Q .Sf -v-v.- STUDENT ACTIVITIES Q ..-, . -,..-...-,- I A 1. Ei vw T QP r 5 5 ,Z ,I g 9 I '41 '-I H I I 'F ru ' 41:2 A. vw r ff. 1 1 2 f -J 'M Qauvfivxw 1... ' W Y --W ---'-W --: 3T:.fQ,.Pe 1 A- Y . Y , -. ..--,l, CLINICUPATHOLUGICAL CUNFERENCE JUNE 7, 1966 77 0 CC: "My doctor sent me HPI: This was the first KUMC Medicine Screaming Clinic visit for this thirty year old obese female from Western, . Kansas. The patient first went to see her LMD six weeks ago with several non-specific complaints. She was given pink pills but obtained no relief. Yellow pills with a green stripe were substituted again without relief. The patient noted that these pills were marked "SAMPLE", Shots were given in the left buttock and right arm. When the ' ' ' ' KUMC. patient's illness was not resolved, she was given steroids and Vitamin B 12 and sent to PMH: UCHD without sequelae. Kwashiorkor at age 3. "Sikas Hell Anemia" age 19. Patient fell off skate board age d umbilicus at age 8 secondary to hula hoop trauma. Allergies to dust, smoke, pollen, ragweed, trees, 10, and bruise water, Wimpyburgers, fur, lipstick, Enovid Cwhich caused pregnancyj, and ice-cream. 84 fla ole sitter in good health. Mother, age 44, beardedlady in circus,in good health with ex- F.H.: Father, age , gp , ception of chronic Tinea barbae. Brothers -10, Sisters -3, all living and well. One brother had "Screamin moanin jesus" age 10 treated with "Penicilliurn". P.H.: Married four years, three children. Denies smoking and alcohol. Chews tobacco - four plugs per day. Oc- cupation - part time butcher. d 'th Geritol Triple vision Teeth itch and bleed. RESP.-Coughs R.O.S.: HEENT - Headache over bregma relieve wi . . when she swallows food and it "goes down the wrong pipe". CV-Has PND every March 14, April 17, and September 27. 8 pillow orthopnea. Dyspnea after walking 10 blocks or running down a flight of stairs. GI-"Vomicking" with ingestion of food at the student cafeteria. Blue stools that glow in the dark. GU-Burning between urination, urine black, often passes star-shaped kidney stones, MENSTRUAL - Menarche 14, regular periods every 77 days, flow . . . . . . I t for 37 days. NEUROMUSCULAR - Low back pa1n,'pa1n in the Joints, 1.e. PIP, D P, e c. Physical Examination: B.P, 301115, pulse 210, respirations 3, and Temp. 32.7. Remainder of physical was unre- markable except for "Scabby Mouth". b' din Sticky Rhubarb clearance was 27 fibers percent. Serum asphalt was 0.47358 Kilotons percent. LAB.: T3 in g - . Serum porcelin was 37 Marble units. Electrolytes - Cesium - 2.7 Batman Units, Krypton - 1.5 Robin Units, Rhu- bidium - 2000 ,Mr. Freeze Units. BMR - 67 . Skin Tests: Tsutsugamushi Neg. at 1 112 hours, Scurvy was 3 plus Peau D'Orange. Sweat Test was a phenomenal 4 plus F,O,X, Units. Pregnancy Test: Animal died 37 seconds after inoculation. HD: The patient was referred to the specialty clinics the following day by Dr. Bloberg, She presented D,O,A. at the E.R. that night. Discussion: CNote- This CPC was presented by the staff to demonstrate their appreciation for the many fine hours of fun provided by student CPC SJ MODERATOR DR. M. DELPH: "Dr, Setting, will you please read the EKG, Speak loud and clear." DR. JESS E, ' ' ' ' ' h s com atible with the clinical course. In SETTING CPost Menopausal Educationbz ' We see in this lead some c ange p this other lead there is flattening of the chest and inversion of the plea waves. Over here there are several other changes. Under here and over there are evidence of technical interferences." DR, DELPH: "Thanks a lot. U, will you read the X-rays". . -- ,MAA YY ' 7 'P f' d.-. , -E DR. NORTHALL CRoentgenologistD: . . . 20 minutes later . . . "We have here . '. . what appears to be . . . a chest X-ray . , . It is somewhat suggestive of the possibility of questionable abnormality . . . probably not. In summary, I see no definite abnormalities, But then, . . . I see no indefinite abnormalities." DR, DELPH: "'May we have some comments by the staff." E DR, B, ANEURYSM CGuest Internistbz "Well, I don't know what's wrong with this patient .... but remember, there are other signs of horses besides hoofprints,in the sand." DR. SLOAN STOUT CHematologist - Philosopherjz "Isn't this interesting! Imagine the physiology of the cycles in this woman! Walter C, Alvarez recently wrote an article entitled 'The Diseases of the Progress of Cycles in Women! Isn't that amazing! 'The Diseases of the Progress of Cycles in Women.' Fantastic! This woman had other cycles as well. Her PND occurrin M ' ' ' ' g every arch 14, April 17, and September 27 is certainly a cycle. CAnd what about-her Honda?J Have you ever thought about c cles? The t Yes, cycles certainly are interesting. DR. PENNIES C3-D Pathologistjz "Sure, cycles are interesting, but the important aspect in her case is the duck she had for a pet. Did she really have a duck?" DR. CRACKETT CNeurosurgeonJ: "Well, if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, . . " DR, DELPH: "It was a blue duck. Crouton, you operated on this lady't. DR. HARDING CSurgeonJ: "I had a new scrub nurse and a bad assistant. Blood loss was excessive . . . about 20 cc. O er t' ' ' ' p a ing was excessively long . . . it took, '7 minutes and 13 seconds for a left pneumonectomy in the E,R, , The end result, of course, was excellent as compared to the work of Blowstein in . . . .' DR, DELPH: "Thank you". I DR. AZARNON Clnternist-esotericajz "I don't think this case was adequately worked up. I think that a serum Beta- Glutamyl-Ethyl-4-Amino Dehydrogenase, Liver Biopsy, and a Figlu determination should be obtained on all patients regardless of their complaint. The results should be fed into the 007 IBM Stereo Multi lex com ut p p or. Without these data, Pm at a loss to comment on this patient. DR, IMMUN O, PATRICK CBoy Wonderjz It could be Dyscollagenosis- or Dat Collaghenosis, DR. L.O,A, WALKOFF Cltinerant Gynecologistbz "I don't know why you picked on me. I'm more a teacher and re- searcher than a public speaker. Westman, anold friend of mine, reported that his work with 30 year old females was most enjoyable. Another friend of mine, Nick Hillmen . . . really a great man . . . he first taught me how to do a spinal tap on a lamb . . . thinks that 30 year old females also become ill. You know, they've recently found the cause of this type of illness. There are little air and blood borne organisms which infect the inner "Lattice Work" . . . the literature will bear me out on this point, especially if you use the chi square . . . or is it the "T" test?" DR, SIWEL CDep't. of House CallsJ: "This case is related to a recent report in 'The Journal of Sewage Control' entitled 'The Epidemiology and Long Term Followup of Juvenile Skateboard Accidentsh This girl's signs and symptoms are possibly a sequel to those commonly seen resulting from skateboard accidents at a young age." DR, DELPH: "Dr. Claybourne, do you think this girl's illness was related to her childhood?" DR. CLAYBOURNE C14 year old Child Psychiatristbz "Any girl exposed to flagpole sitters, circus people, and hirsute mothers at an early age will be frustrated and fixed in the oral aggressive phase and have difficulty identifying with her parents. This will manifest itself in later life. This woman's problem is definitely sexual and the solution, fortunately, is sexual." DR, DELPH: "Really'?" DR, CLAYBOURNE: "Would you believe .... personal?" DR, DELPH: "Could we have the path report Holy?" DR. MOLEY CPathologistJ: "The patient was resuscitated, operatedin the E,R, and left the hospital before we could examine her. My final diagnosis is ORF! ORF of the Lung!" DR, DELPH: "ORF?" DR, MOLEY: "Would you believe Molluscum Contagiosum Bromoderma?" DR. DELPH: "What?" DR, MOLEY: "Would you believe Poison Ivy?" DR, DELPH: "OK, Let's get out of here. Thank you." y y cer ainly are fascinating. C15 minutes later .. . .D 1 1 : 1 1 Y 'n"""' M - L- 1 11 ,3:r-,- -gas- - , if - fi -.., xg.-,. Y " A, ..,..., Y, Y. W -.C-. gn. -. , ,,,- - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 5 1 I1 1 1 1 1,1 115 1 1 1 111 31 ' 111 11 11 1111" 11114 11-1 11 11 1. 1 1. 11 11 11 1? 1 1 1 1 11 1 .111 11111111 1,11 i i 1 N1 111 1 11 111 '11 L 1.15 Honors Alpha Umega Alpha Seniors Elected 1965 John F alletta Robert Rich Ronald Rubin Elected 1966 Wtlltam Batley Dennls ,Itlek ,lo Jeanne Btdwell Robert KlPf9" Robert Btdwell Bart LlndSl0y Albert Coates .l0lm Mltchell John Ellls .ltlme-S N8 Gerold Garrett Mlchael Ryan Boyd Hartman Ltnley Watson Arnold Herman .Iuntors Sam Lux Rlchard Wetnshtlbaum A Morrts Glnsberg Award Rtchard Wetnshtlbaum Haden Award, 1964 Robert Rlch Pharmacology Award 1964 RonaldRub1,n Wahl Award, 1964 Rtchard Weznshtlbaum 6 Thomas G Orr Award 1965 1 1 1U O 11 1 11 1 . l O 1 1 ' 1Kp 11111 0 0 ' ' ' 111' l 1' 11 , 1 11 1111 9 Z1 0 o 0 1 1 1 N11 W 0 9 11111 11 1 . . . 1 1 i A-1 - A Wtlllam Batley 1 92 2' 4: , JHYHRLI W ? 1 4 8 j. 7 f 1 W E - K I V I 1 a 1 I 3 E Y f SUPERNURSE -L A WHAT IQ!g.,NURSE? No one has or can crystalize a pure definition is emerging. she is a nurse? Can for the word "nurse." The nurse of the past was a stiffly starched uniform with acap and white hose whose main function was to give care on a physical basis within the limits set by specific orders. Gradually, however, her duties expanded to include more responsibility. As in the past, the roles of the doctor -and the nurse will be redefined to meet changing needs through better utilization of the abilities 'of both. Today a new image of the nurse nursing theory? Can a nurse function without her traditional uniform, or is it an integral part of her person ality, needed to prove to herself and others that Can she function on a higher level making decisions based on her ever-expanding knowledge of she utilize this knowledge to evaluate the physical and emotional needs of the patient, and always remember where the realm of nursing ends and the practice of medicine begina? Will she be accepted in this new capacity both by the public and the other medical personnel? JTMMIE ADAMS Kansas City, Missouri RENATE BALTMANIS Bartlesville, Oklahoma JOYCE BISHOP Shawnee Mission, Kansas 455 -- v- --.v PAM ALLEN LORETTA K ANDERSON Liberal, Kansas Williamsburg Kansas yi if al NANCY BARRIER Parsons, Kansas Z NORMA JEANNE BROOK CHERYL M BROWNE Cameroun, Africa C01bY, Kansas MELINDA BUTTS PATRICIA S CRAM SUSAN EASTERLY Elkhart, Kansas Larned Kansas Shawnee MISSIOH, Kansas Seniors 1966 JANE M. EVANS Chanute, Kansas 96 ,,,., - A In - f I -g3.....-1 --4--4 - R ve------W --' v-'ff " -- ..1-..- RUTHANNE GREGORY Chicago Heights, Illinois JOANNE HAHN Salina, Kansas LINDA HARMON Ellsworth, Kansas is 35 . ii? , Y, wi 1 ifffefyff mini?-2 MQW , 1 f , RENEE HAWKINS Burlington, Kansas RUTH HEATON Shawnee Mission, Kansas LUCINDA J. HEINZ Kansas City, Missouri X '4!""' LINDA HELLBUST CINDY HILLMAN DANA KENOYER Sf, Marys, Kansas Wichita, Kansas Kansas City, Kansas 2 ,, Q.. Quugu-7 v-.-L-pf- - - mi- 7-7--7-7 7 77-7 77.777 7,7. 7, --ri-: g.-Lhsf-, v? ,,i Y "' u K CYNTHIA A. KERSHAW LA VANNA KRONE JUDITH L. MAIER Richfield, Minnesota Delphos, Kansas Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Num W' MARCIA MCKEE GAYLE MC KINLEY MARY MEEK Caney, Kansas Salina, Kansas Wichita, Kansas BETTE GAIL MOORE KAREN NOLAND A ED OSWALD Hutchinson, Kansas Topeka, Kansas Kansas City, Kansas 98 ff- f- ---- 4 .-..,--....-.. .. ..-.. ..-..,. - LJ, ...i 5 i' ANN OWENS DeSota, Kansas PEGGY PERRILL Norton, Kansas PATRICIA PETERSON Johnson, Kansas ,mpeg-3--. .. APA, MARILYN SUE PAGE Bronson, Kansas DIANA PETERS Minneapolis, Kansas JANET SUE PUCKETT Abilene, Kansas we M ARG ARET P ARRISH Kans as City, Kans as Seniors 1966 X 'I 41 ,1 if , 44 12 ' M, , ff I W, ob, ? fm CAROLYN ROSE Tonganoxie, Kansas S 1 111- 1- v.-.-.L-gr, - , ,4.Y,,, , ,Y Y, ,7,,,,, --,.se- 2. ..-E-.:,E Y, ,- " is Qgp- mumm- WANDA LOUISE SCOTT ROBERTA STEWART PATRICIA STITES Topeka, Kansas Fredonia, Kansas Wakeeney, Kansas L,o, Seniors 1966 BEVERLEY TJART TODY TRIPP Baxter Springs, Kansas Manhattan, Kansas MARY TURNER PATRICIA VANVLEET PHYLLIS WADE Topeka, Kansas Oberlin, KHHSQS Independence, Missouri 100 ?"i ' A ' eq-sa ----l-a- f-A---------v ----f- A JULIE WALLACE Kansas City, Kansas f CAROL WHIPPLE Sedan, Kansas MW U PHYLLIS YEARGAN Kansas City, Kansas BEC KY WATKINS Hoxie, Kansas KAYE MC CREADY WEAVER Cincinnati, Ohio SHARON K. WHITAKER Wichita, Kansas LINDA WILLIAMSON Burlington, Kansas at W JONELAYNE YOUNG MARY FRANCES YOUNG Kansas City, Kansas Clearwater, Kansas 'wr we-Y.--W ..-LW ---- -ft----HUT" " 'H A Mgudn - 1 , X r X un. 1' vga-v vu-1.-15-. ,, N C5 3 19 ' J ,gf 2 Msg-ka +-X 1 'll xi, Q Q wwf ,fx-X,--e 'X - X Q-ru h PM 1 1 x ,Ig uper Senior? E 1 4 a I Where's page 39? 102 Guess what Pm thinking? i look! 4 .g.,....,.--.... .. ..--.....,.. .. ,,..-,...........,.,...- -..L ... .... ,.,,., Old senior trying to achieve that NEW SOFT K A 5' Q-Q n 'ff fff ff f Z, QSAWN New XX 71 And what are your feelings today? ,ry f HOW about a date, Baby? 57 But now even I have to wear a complete uniform? ursing Isn't All Work Hi there! ,. J, QW, W M W ,,, ,, ,f , ' ,w ff awfnf f ,,,,, , ,M V! Gee, I'd love to have you walk me to the door and kiss me good night, but it will cost you a dime. 103 - ,W-3 -,s 4.4 ....-- Q- .: P,-,... ,., ..-- ,..- - . ..nr ' ,.,- N.,- .1 lf- 11 -y 9 li 4 - Y Y- -:fs --L .. -'- :3415-v? . 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N K, f of z., sv 5 ,A 'f giifsf , gy! as f W sas ,za ,if-pf rev, ., 2 ff wwf-A sims fr a, k . V . Q I vf I ' . Y 'X ii i "I k ow ou're here 'cause I can "They never did say which artery H y I should use. "Maybe I should have practiced this firemaxvs carry before I smelled smoke." 106 ff hear you hiccoughingf' HI want to make sure that I hit the muscle." 'WK' I A A--A-er-A-A--L KLM.--' fx ' k ' H ,. 5, I G I I ' I. I A. M A I . , -I ,.,.I,..,,,-.y..,.-,,,oegg wr. I, We--I-W ---W -Io Ag I I I , V ini 3 N 1 I l, if W Q 3 1 I T III Ii I I N-....,,.A,, ,. T I ' "Now what's the response I'm suppose to get?" I 1 ' I I JI I I I "Hmmm, Item one says to grasp the ankle firmly 1 , and. . Q A 1 M if I 'i I ul I V I I 153 .ll I QE 1 I xx! ' ' I Qi I I I fr fu "Nurse! Quick! I need a 'vase'!" "Ohhhhhh!" QE I , . . WW' 5 "Th1s year out wlth tra- f? I ditiong next year out with f 1 . li' I I 3 the d1ckey," jeg F I I 5 Wir I If 55 1 553 I H 'f' ' fi-F E W I 4 y ir I Q f If W- I I f if' , If 5' 3 I 1 I ei, y i 3 1 M I ! ' I or 1 "You may call it M,O,M,, but I call Phisohexf' "Here's one houseshpper, but I can't seem to fmd the other." Q3 I Q L I 3 1 2 I 9 I 107 5 2 I y ' AU' ' A """'f'A'A Q --A-'- .. --..--4.,-- .. , .5 . ,, 'W ' -.-Luv-suv.u-.fag -q-oc-rL-...g-Q, - - 'f' difgw-1-' "1r-gif., Q u---v -- -,,fv-- f i ff' 215 , , f , 3' ij. , W , fi i K wwf f ,Zf fu H! ,AW I Ruth Applegate Susie Backstrom 4 Lyn Bailey Margie Anderson Pat Brill Suzi Burkle A Barb Bilderback Pam Bartos V 'iff f wf , Judi' Butts Judy C0391 Donna DeVeney Janet Dodge Q Sex x I l-........--....-. ..--1 1, ... , ----WW .. T. T:..,T-..--.....i ,,.,.,,.', X xxx www i Kwwwx X sem we sk X x x w""""'igsssX' fr Q JXH x X Q swswg as ss sn T ix, ws is s sw x A,.,.,.s-af if Q l 5 l 1 Carol Fittell De Anne Elwick uNI Cheryl Douglas Cheryl Eddy Mary Ann Fitzpatrick Diane Frederick X i If Jan. Geitz Lil Genther 1 ,ECT Wf ff 4 W ffnfwf' M471 ,A , X fi yf fi: s . , f ,QW w W 7' f W ' V " ,4 , JZZV f ' ' X f W4 ,W Ruth Griffith Kay Haas Dee Hansen Debbie Hardman sq yy-r.-2, .A.. .,.,,f-.-fy. ----- - -- ---- - ---'- -------"--- 13' 109 Jean Hoyt Linda I-Iuxall Linda Keller Rae Ann J ones E ,Af V J an James Linda Jones WlW'M,,, a QF Linda Kickhaefer Kathy Kienberger 1 Linda Kipper Nola Kurth .A ..-+-.--.....-., ,i ,..4.. - ............-,-,, -K . -.... - ,...--..- 4 Y. ' 3 Karen Lackey Linda Lambkin .SL Q-gms M, 734' 4, f, X f 3 F X Elaine McColm Marty Larson Linda Madden . ,,..,,, . Jean Meyer 'T ---Y -1- Pam Lembright Charlotte Lawless , ,W Deanna Marquardt s . Cindy Maser Carol Mayers fy I , if Z f Suzanne Miller Phyllis Opocensky Sharron Parkinson .......- - ....g---, ,..--.-.4,--L . S " 'Q 'Y , , 1, w,, 11 I 5 Z E ,N M 1!! 4 'V 4,, V ,, , Q1 H I I A , ,N ,, ja '4 Q . U I H ,A y E, 's I I F M4 X F V y I 1 , ., -.-.y.qw..v-.-...... .,., - i ' ' Q, ,rf , ' , sf ff ff X , X 2 .14 K , s h ,, ae f Va ,, , , I Lynda Parkison CeCe Raymer Pat Regier Jean Reichard if ,, I f an A Trudy Small Sue Southerland Kathy Rose Geri Rinker we-"""x , ,Mr 9' K 4' 12. Q X Sharon Stanley Ramona Starkey Charli Steudtner 162111 Stinson fir- 11.-f,4!-Y -Y - -....A,-. .. - - -.. ., - .----, Barb Treece Mary Tate Bev Stone Sue Swender . v"'7'V'w Wx ff Shirley VanMeter Missy Walker C. J. Wallingsford Judy Wheat "wr , , ,, wha aw . I f Betsy Wiksten Judy Wise Suzy Wright Fran Zimmerman A ,. .- ...-g......,iY-.. - I X X 0 3? W 13 1 Associate Professor . 1 111 1 'F 1 Q11 ursirng Education JEAN TOMICI-I E3 . Assistant Professor 11 511 ' 1 1? NANCY EGY Administrative Assistant 1 11 A ' 1 I 1E ' 1 f N 1 f 1 7 1 MARTHA PITEL lf 1 ' ,1 M11 Professor Q1 11 Chairman of Nursing Education 1311 1 If if 1 - KW WL W 11 1' ' ,1 ' .sf Q 1 gfssffkw.-,f5.siZ 'f' N. yi' 1 11 CAROLE FITZGERALD MARGARET DOREI '1 1,1 41 11 Assistant Professor Q Q Instructor 1 11 A 1 ' ' ' ' X' f i f 1 - 111 U 1 Ch1ldren's Rehabilitation Dlet Therapy 1 1 l Center fi of 1 111 1 1 N ,,,,. M 1, 1 1 112 A 1 f f A I1 it 11 I 111 111 H1251-ER THURSTON SARA PATTERSON 1 11 Q . . , V Associate Professor Associate Professor i ' 3 11 Q. 1 w 1 1 Assistant Chairman , ,11 I '11 Y 1 XQQI 135111111 1 31 '1111 All I feel qualified to 1311 W Al,-liii, 1 'f1i if W1 E21 11 X111 11 111 11 LIL LARsoN 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 do is take temperatures. A JEAN YOKES Clinical Specialist in , bf i A A :V Q 1111111111 5 1 5 '5 ,-hx E N .f I ' I ' I fd A -Q- ,..s4L1ijjLf-' X fam Cardio-Vascular Nursing 'Wi A 'Tm'wfTf- A - - '7"'?' ,ff-::.1-A---A--1:----A A , 2 -:Aff 31-. 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CHRISTINE OWRE MARILYN SI-IEAFFER Instructor Instructor M edical- urgical I ursmg II - A 4 T IIIAJIIWI' N. s 1-Mill j E A is A IT , Oh hu + x A - A ilf si NX 2 'QI -' I I AI Q iM,"M 5 A 11 I rea: I AFB I I EIMS! f Q I I..-iffhldl -A l lf Q, Q and , f 'A jiri-,u,L.2 Oh, that IV order has been changed, Nurse. JOYCE GEORGE Instructor I OANNE GOEPFERT Instructor JANET MARTENS Instructor I I 5 ursing of 05125 hildren 7 I Fil MaternityNursing KN + l 1 X IQ? Q Iii: x ' ff x-- V I A, 4, J 'I A 'v N 1 f j l I A JF' 1 K w X nr R f, 'Mg X T , ' ,Z y JM , X NANCY FORD at Come, come, Nurse! Let's not dawdle .il--'?-1 .,l:n:-,.n1L- --Y - --,-- , - , -T MS JJ qw I f ggxllg ', ! If , . A ursmg ln Psychiatr 5 N fxxwkir- CARMELITA SMITH RITA HARRIS EMMA BECKER Assrstant Professor Instructor Instructor SI If W Mfr I x X X MN ' If I ,I II-IIQIIXI '44 I U X! Ui.-'jx fs, W I ft .5 II - I I I I Q' , 'ss 41 M BETTY SULLIVAN Instructor MAUD ADA MS Associate Prof esso .W-,W .W , , , .MV f-f I, 053. f X I v in J 71:1 2. f fl 5 sw. 3g,,i.1'f' .,,.- V BARBARA RESNIK Assistant Professor fag fc-- , , -xy-f You seem angry today, Mr. Jones. I Public Health ursing DIANE O'CONNOR Instructor ' ,J I It K A f lkf 1. "4 ' -V ,girl T L fi? -WS is CQ 5.4" .-lj , Q i I I- ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN . . . . And this is my instructor. Assistant Professor LILBURNE LAIDLAW SHIRLEY WALLACE RUTH GARFINKEL Instructor Instructor Instructor I I 7 1 1111 'fy-sk, 1 E 1 I 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 i1 Q1 ,1 Q1 Q1 1 11 11 Q1 31 11 11 1 111 1 11 1, 1 11 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 111 111 -11 111 11 11 1 ,111 11' 11 111 1 , 1 11 11, 12 11 1l1 1 I1 11 1 1 1 '1111 11,1 1311 1 1 1 1 1. 111 1 1 1 111 1 111' 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 1 111' 111 1111 11 1'111 1111 1 111 11111 1511 1 1 1 111 1111 11 11 ' 11 111 1,1 111 1 1 111 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11:1 ,11 11 Staff Wanda Scott, Director Ruth Heaton, Producer Nancy Barrier, Business Manager Between scenes at practice. 'fl want it!" ,flliil 44 4":l?'-' -'1 1:-4-1....A Caduceus Capers Cast Lady Bird Johnson. . . ...... . . . Linda Keller Horace Blodgett--chairman of anti-poverty committee . . Hector--secret-service agent . . JETSETS Olive Martini--social worker .1 . Dora Lee Deficiency--dietician . . Martha Gamp--nurse ..... ., . Felix Man-ure--M.D ........ . Adolf Von Privy--Sanitation expert . Persy Willow--Psychiatrist .... . Milo Greenfinger--Agriculture expert FAMILY Pa... Ma... Sary-Do . . Clem . . Granny . . Choppers . . Baby Ed . . OTHER KIDS Margie Anderson . . . Virgil Parsons Rae Ann Jones . . Suzi Burkle . . Lil Goather . . Mary Tate . . Pat Sterritt Blake Ellsworth . . Sue Easterly . Jean Richard . . Dana Kenoyer CeCe Raymer . . . Jan Stott . . Mary Meek . Missy Walker . . Ed Oswald Kathy Kienberger, Fran Zimmerman, Linda Kiekhaefer Jan James, Patty Brill, Kay Haas, Judy Coffel, Dobbie Hardman Barbara Bilderbeck Sharon Stanley Cheryl 7 7 1 Douglas. MINSTRELS Pat Peterson Patsy Cram Jane Evans 1 Reporters and Cameramen Linda Hellebust Pat VanVleet Susan Backstrom Donna Deveney 'S x'!ig- 66We'd Rather Switch Than Fight" "It's hardening of the heart!" The Mmstr-els "Florence Nightingale would turn over in "Two ---- two years old?" her grave!" House Mothers SEATED: Mrs. Hazel Young, Mrs. Agilee Gardener, Mrs. Elvira Peterson. STANDING: Mrs. Dorothy Hamilton, Mrs. Opal Straws berg, Mrs. Winifred Poindexter, CNOT PICTUREDD Mrs. Laura McKelvie. H9 f 'ff V , . Q" V X V X if 5 X X f, 1 , , fr . ' xfwf? flag V7 U, ,, ,, W X W 7 ff Ann Colem an Ila Mae Kampschroeder Virgil Parsons Graduate Nursing Students Karen Conley Ma ry Dorn Francis Farnik Laurel Carolyn Kau ffm an Lohm ann Irene Shirley Rottinghaus Ruebha usen Carole Patrick Glenda Strunk Ste rrett Schmidt Practical juidth Mason Louise Weeks urstug Carmen Jones Roberta Mieswinkel Alice Tripp Nadine Buer Lea Cain Assistant Professor IHSIILICIOI Acting Chairman Dolores Gioia Edith McEachen Shirley Osborn Instructor Instructor Instructor Wilda Jones Ma ry Naylor Ma ry Thom pson Louise Fincke Instructor Sally Pence Instructor 'inf Practical urses 30TH CLASS--TOP ROW: Joanne Carr, Vergie Curtis, Roberta Holman, Donna Claassen, Martha Hinken, Virginia Fuller, Wynona Chaney, Delores Ettswold, Bobbie Robbins, Vernie Reed, Elsie Hopkins, Emma Hardin, Ruth Reed, LaVerne Williams, Joyce Wallace. BOTTOM ROW: Eulalia Craig, LaVera Carter, Rosalie Bunting, Dianne Wil- liams, Doris Burkholder, Dorothy Henderson, Geneva Herrman, Juanita Graham, Marie Blatter, Sallie Smith. 3lST CLASS--TOP ROW: Nadine Jarrett, Georgia Guenther, Elizabeth Peltier, Beatrice Wright, May McKinney, Mildred Capers, Kathleen Heiser, Jo Rigby, Sharon Walton. MIDDLE ROW: Sally Donnelly, Rose Vogt, Charlotte Carver Cloral Brink, Hattie Combs, Shirley Hull, Linda Ripperger, Mildred Barnhart, Nancy Swann, Carolyn Blosser, Sharon Sestrich, Billie J, Emery, Beatrice Henggeler, Joyce Lamar, Ann White, Lynn Needham, Darleen Mosb Luella Gibson Anna Le Koehn Lois Boeckner. BOTTOM ROW: Willene Wille Phillis Hancock Beth S 'th y, , 7 7 2 ! Ruth Burkholder, Bernetta Croxton, Patricia Houston, Martha Brown, Betty Mears. Interns STANDING Arthur D1ck, Phillip Catanzaro, Joseph Boccia, William Sosnow, Charles Thurber, Michael Lutsky Richard Reid, Carl Mentgen, Richard McLaughlin, Howard Kisner, Jr., Paul Hensleigh, Ramon Schmidt, Stanley Block Carl Mamon, SEATED: Jean Morney, Larry Welling, Way MORE INTERNS--STANDING: James Smith, Michael Rinaldi, Abudulkader Dahhan. SEATED: Panida Pitakpraiwon, Lyn Marsh Howard. Residents LEFT TO RIGHT Rex Hyer, Charles Stevenson, James STANDING: Mario Gaustello Jeff Reynolds, Robert Hefner, JELIHGS Adrlarl, Surang' Kanchanavasita, Elbert Springer, Frank Spinelli SEATED Monti Allen Gerald C3919 Seiden, Frank Pischke -a..,:A---A.---.Q1- ,4.. 1 - Y ,wir YW Y Y - T Eye Residents Neurology LEFT TO RIGHT: Arland Faust, Robert Weir, Charles Cozean, Jerry Wurster, Raymond Kandt. TOP ROW: Daniel Hollander, Cliff Rauscher, Malcomb Shalet CFe1low - Hematologyj. THIRD ROW: F. B, Hollinger, Harold Keairnes, Preston Smith. SECOND ROW: Lilia Guevera Cfel- low - GD, John Vosburg, Robert Durie. FIRST ROW: Donald Hunninghake CFellow - Clin. Pharm.J, Lauren Welch Cagainj, Oscar Nepomuceno. W X LEFT TO RIGHT: Lauren Welch CFellowJ,Richard Baska, Herbert Prussack, George Wong CFellowJ. Medicine in If i . ff, TOP ROW: Lowell Renz, Edwin Petrik. SECOND ROW: Charles Stiles, Daniel Schlozman. FIRST ROW: Robert Schimke, Fred Holmes CFellow - Hematologyj TOP ROW: Dan Moeller, Joseph Kyner, James Burke. THIRD ROW: Admassu Teferra, Gerald Kennedy, David Stubbs. SECOND ROW: Hubert Bell CFellow - cvp, Pla- cido Macaraeg, Jr., L. A. Hollinger. FIRST ROW: Tom Coppinger, George Dunn CFellow - GD, Robert Laing CFellow - GD. i L II QI Z I li -I I X , . I I I III 3 ,II 2,1 ?IiI il. III 2Il III If ' ITIIQ ?IQs IM: ,.II' IZI QI' 5, IIIII IIIII IIIIQ' Im I II .I 1, 55 I II ,, I III :?I, III . I I IIE ,,, I III I I I. II III I II I I I I I g I I I IIf7 'I I I I, ,IIII I ,-I I III I I ,I I' I III ,I I .IN Y W, II LI , , I I II' 'I III, Y EI III' I A II II I I III I I i VIII' III IMI I I III' I III 'Ii I! II' I XIII I, xy I ,. , -II I.. II' I I II I I I i , ,, I. . I I ,I II , If ' Ig i' I II I I I 5 I I I I I II I II II I me I V I I 3-.rfffvngh . ' ,dl ' 1966 Residenfs Teaching Award Each year, the senior class in medicine presents the Resident's Teaching Award to the house officer who, in their estimation,most generouslyhelps students learn the art and science of medicine. A resident is honored with this award when he takes the time, in spite of a heavy work load and patient responsibility, to demonstrate the practical application of basic science to clinical medicine. Students select carefully when the ideal mentor is to be designated, for this man often represents what they would like to see in themselves. He will have taught by preceptg suggestion, question, -and thoughtful demands, he remains, in the end, an honored friend. The award this year goes to Dr. Donald W. Day, a native of St. Joseph, Missouri. Dr. Day received a degree in History in 1959 and his M.D. in 1963 from the University of Kansas. After a Mixed Medical In- ternship at KUMC, he completed two years of a Medi- cine Residency at KUMC this year. Dr. Day has been unexpectedly drafted into the Army, but intends to return to complete his training when his military ob- ligation is completed. Donald W. Da , . . 5 i 5 X . ' 'f e , p ,, 'I . R 'Q Q rf 5 5: an ttdg t aiat . t ,, ,Vx Q" rf f f N 5 it 66 "wr J, x -f . Q' f f f f 41 4 W f if f f if W fe' , Z ?' X f fufyf f f W 1, f W Z f 0 Z f , .. -....-......A- if Z .f if x til' w XY Kws XX 9 X mx, has Q-N x x X x sggil NNN X A i , - wC- NN gkwwsw NN F sw if, 4 Z gsm S xs- Neurosurgery f 5 , 9 3,2 z M, ' f f iff 2 5. 'W Wa ' f ' ' r Q fff so f ' f A f 4 4, ,r f, ,, V f faeqz , W in f ' ff! f Af 'ff 7, ,X XQZ' fy f V . Xffr , , ' f I I , W fy- is f K ., v Residents f,,A I ,,.,f , , 1 l X f 7 f Z Q ff' :ff 4 f if I errr l 4 ffe ,, 4 ' f' if f V anew " , 'J Q f S ff 'zgpq me V. lifes fr f if W ff. ' ,ff-170 fi- W ff Pediatrics , iw., . ',f , f, 2 M, 1 . T' P ff: f x y, Q, V Q , 61. 5 K 4 in 4 ' WW I , !fW K' . i1,,w,,i -.W W ef A 'cuff-Q. LEFT TO RIGHT: George Johnson, Frank Goldstein, Mel- TOP ROW: Raul Nieri, Yhu Lee, Cheng Sho, Leonard Sul- vin Cheatham, Thomas Sakoda, Charles Clough. livan. FRONT ROW: Carmelita Fagela, Mithlesh Gupta, Pathology :Q , ,f ' 4. fit! kgcwsiif 'f 4 Wyasv exempt, fe Q - 2 fe. ,WW . ' ,W WWK - 4 W 'W -- af, NWN? 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M , W. fe ,, f ff W 'W f ' ff f W! 0 I f 1 yffhfffyf ff f Luz Racela CF f' ff Q5 as ,s , J wh., 1 1 New ffwe. ,A A Y . .. ,X M K, Q SWK? js N' ellowl. 4 fkss-fflfs-4' H . .l 'iifiif ,- ,We QW V 1 1 S zfffiiiyi X J e f Q, ff EXW' f f 4 f eff P ff Z , , gy 5 ef , AW' K. yes My X ai f ff f 1 X f Q f , fn 1 1, fy J. ff!! sys. 7 My f 442 Q X X TN I 1 :J ffff.2f.5,,x71fi TOP ROW: Joseph Boccia, Phillip Catanzaro, Robert Cook, William Gourley, Robert Lovett, Ioannis Maratos. SECOND ROW:HalMarshall,RobertMa.rtin, Michael O'Connor, Jerry Puls, Antonio Racela, James Reamer. BOTTOM ROW: Norvin Schuman, Oscar Sudilovsky, William Tihen, Larry Welling, David Zoller, Ufgery eg, . S, X , S X .Xl X s xx X F its 'Q e. '- N' FSP ' .X Q . wr " . -f .5 ,.s' .f. 3.9 . S :SSS V a w e, b y 'v ga x xt , 'fig F X55 3 . sg Orthopedics X -X -fr , g f , xx, I. 5- Q 'fear W . , 3 " " V f hid in f- ,, ,, .. seg. .S ,gist . v " X 'Q L F Q ee I f fn -ff'f',g,g-, yf e V4 f , Vg-M .. A ' seg-f Q.:' . ye, A 1 ,, I -1 if , W " his xii fs: .WA 2.12.11 , :jf ,' , ,Q yffwgws X . is Q ,X . 'is , f ' ge. -f .Q ,r 5 ', Wy. A -'W i : , Q. J f ' P, ,,. V I ' U, . f 'N IX i"f', Nr- f'-4, .- V L ' A ' , . 14, H 1 2 4 I A ' v ? ' W w .ha , : P K X 2' . v . 3, It LEFT TO RIGHT: David Fardon Francisco Reyes, Kenneth Wiebe ROb9I't Martin. .-2.52: +"4--- , James Gantt, Wiuiam Kggler, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Wertzburger,JameS , Eugene Klingler, Sidney Wang, Garner, Lawrence Strathman, Howard E11- feldt. ,-,,.. if ' X , . --f". .-T , -aj, gf- f - if i -h '54 f - 9, I ' QQ J . -v-1 Residents Psychiatry .w A ' z, l T ey' 5. if V, X Q ., sf s"' m f ,f XX J an m y t f HW" 'sf-Ei -' .5 1155 5 LQ? J 5946! ggi rw ' 1 'E T L BACK ROW: Terry Travis, Kent Mueller,Wayrner,Strahm,Richard Harrison, J, Scott Morrison, Gordon McAfee. FRONT ROW: Jesse Button, Kuen Yu, Margaret Bell, Manuel Pardo, Robert Nash, Eugene Valins, Jon Holman. Plastic Surgery Physical Medicine X 'X f 5 W .l 'Q f ,.' Q M, X - X J l J M i'i, ..,, ' in I I M LEFT TO RIGHT: Douglas McKinnon, Lynn Ketchum, Frank LEFT TO RIGHT: John Shull, Floyd Muck, Frank Seidl COI'I'Ol. Hospital 0b-Gyn, Administration .4 Q g f. A4 f yi? Aj Y, , W: 2- W3, ,' Ye' ,WZ 7 2 ' f t 94' I Z "' ff' , , ,,, J. f , LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Lloyd, Ed Ash, Russell Holcomb, Jr., Delores Thomas G3'HI'10I1 Buchler, Lynn Weller, Jr., Dudley Rogers, Robert Crist, Charles Koenig, 127 Y. Y, King. ' -Tl-SLTTJT. ein'-?f'fftrIQ.F i I 1 I i I l I I 128 Residents Radiology P LEFT TO RIGHT: Enrique Palacios, Allan Hancock, Robert Meegan, Arnold Matera, Menzie Brown, Melvin Masterson, Wayne Rockwell Giomar Gon- U I ro lo Surgeons Za-lez. ' gy LEFT TO RIGHT: Edward Rhodes, T,U.R. Foret, Jackson Ashmore, Winston Mebust. LEFT TO RIGHT: James Laidlaw, Marshall Jacks, Lawrence Strath- man, James Shallow, Keith Ashcraft. i 1966 Gomco Award - .,.4a..r .-m.,a.... 5 l I T F c F i Y a 1 W W" GEORGE B. JACKSON, M.D. -Resident in OB-GYN and Anesthesia Each year one member of the house staff stands out as justly de- serving a position on a pedestal. Graduate Students Anatomy . , f t 1 p , gif, f, W' f If r X W 'Nga k ' . ,AVF , ni? Mi A- A A 4 ,ffw'f. ' Q , , , , . t ff lawn' X4 .X Q! V? ,ff 1 fp rg ff TOP ROW: Blake Ozias, Dr. Singh, Conwell Anderson, Jose Rafols, Richard Peppler, Alex Roberts. SECOND ROW: Tom Weidman, Richard Printz, Pedro Toledo, Dr. Francisco Martinez. BOTTOM ROW: Dr. G. Galong, Judy Turgeon, JoAnne Morrison, Anita Win- gate. V Biochemistry TOP ROW: Jerald Weatherby, George Betz Dave Zoller, Robert Martin, William Gourley, Rivers Singleton. SECOND ROW: Wesley Fritz, Caryl Bender, Jack Havenhill, Mike O'Connor, Robert Cook. BOTTOM ROW: Mel Chapman, Ira Wolingsky, Bill McCabe, Ken Yue. Dietetic Interns TOP ROW: Marilyn Walker, Helen Starina, Myrtle Beckworth, Stephanie Rowlands, Jane Lucas. BOTTOM ROW: Beverly Garrett, Yvette Abraham, Doris Sabin, Nancy Bruner, Janet Johnson. I 29 '-2' - ' . ,.T'iTS'fT"- ' ' 1 r raduate Students Microbiology TOP ROW: Bob Swanson, Cliff Gravelle, Bill Barnes, Wayne Grover, George Marchin, SECOND ROW: Ann Nielsen, Bob Dell'Orco, Nancy Koch, Dolores Meyers, Sister St. Paul, Jerry Foree, Sam Dahlan. FIRST ROW: Jim Lane, Max Mclntosh, Al Rodriquez, Ken Dokter. Pharmocologyl Mortuary Science LEFT TO RIGHT Steve Chrisman, Tsu-sung Chiang,Bob LEFT TO RIGHT: John Wilkinson, Richard Grant Doyal Nichols Don Griswold Bob Pendleton, Bill Broddle. Schroeder, Gordon Brantley, Norman Nellis, BobWa1ters Physiology TOP ROW Ruth McDaniel, Martin Kramen, D, Ray Cook, Conrad Johanson, Gary Bond, Dennis Waring FRONT ROW: Lilly Kung, Aaron Davis, Barbara McDougal. - aj ,-L4 an -1-bf-ff'-f--' -f--':L ' OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BACK ROW:Dr. Rose, Linda Kelsey, Marlene Barenberg, Jan Post, Pa- tricia Warner, Barbara Harold, Gail Wilson, Karen Torkelson, Chestina Barnes, Janet Hoskins. FRONT ROW: Jane Evans, Lana Young, Ted- di Kern, Colleto Mount, Judy Dale, Myra Luther. A I .A J , , I A Y. . .K . New PHYSICAL THERAPY BACK ROW: Dr. Rose, Linda Kay Riddle, Susan McCarthy, Lynnett Lippert, Robbin Wilson. MIDDLE ROW: Catherine Tarnutzer, Robert Ballard, Beth Deakins, Ruth Mon- V teith BOTTOM ROW Mary Man- X I A 3 ning Patrica Brown RADIOLOGIC AL TECHNOLOGY--TOP ROW: Tomi Griffin, Linda Hagen- noier, Jacque LaSater, Corliss Rollwagen. FRONT ROW: Machelle Echland, Joyce McAlpin, Judy Reimer, Leroy Reimer. Q4 f Q' , MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY--TOP ROW: N. Cleveland, J. L9-Hg, K- R0binS0f1, M. Lieuf-HHCG, C- Ibafguen, C Ibarguen C McElroy, C, Johnson, S.Carrington.SECOND ROW: S, Owens, C. Burtner, J, Schilickau, S Blasdel J Smith, M. Guthrie, S, Sack, J. Panlilio. FIRST ROW: S. Subesa, J, Harms, K. Urbanek I, Nesmith, J. Wolf, J. Bernharf. , 131 wh' 'i '1A-- y V Medical Dames SOPHOMORES--TOP ROW: Judy Henry, Diane Elledge, Pat Hume, Janette Copeland, Phyllis Nelson, Maxine Leffingwell, Eleanor Nelson, Janet Braun, Diane Leisy. SECOND ROW:Loree Protz- man, Marilyn Shepard, Ann Eller, Eleni Klausen, Lesley Kennedy. FIRST ROW:CarolHatton,Sandy Praeger., Sally Pence. FRESHMEN--TOP ROW: Judy Cunningham, Mar- lene Hodge, Tance Harris, Carol Schantz, Judy Weaver, Sue Andrish, SandraFisher, Becky John- son, Sharon Swanson. SECOND ROW: NancyMor- ton, Marilyn Preston, StephanieSimrnons, Carllyn Dormois, Patricia Freeman, Shirley Hendricks. FIRST ROW: Sheila Keever, Kay Lanning, Shir- ley Boyd. 1 132 JUNIORS--TOP ROW:, Margaret Hellman, Donna Morrison, Sandra Patterson, Diana Ellis, Pat Rasmussen, Judy Peterson, Joyce Hultgren, Ar- lene Hawley, Carolyn Opgrande. SECOND ROW: Bonnie McGowan, Helaine Zwillich, Sue Worley, Shirley Traugott, Barbara Hyde, Rose Ellen Tulecke. BOTTOM ROW: Sherry Martin, Gerry Lloyd, Carol Lessig, .1 Q iii:-...-, . lr SENIORS--TOP ROW: Linda Carder, Joyce Ben- son, Rita Herman, Ann Mitchell,Sue Coe, Carolyn Gilhousen, Gayle Rich, Jackie Craig, Patricia Jecha, Virginia Neff, Phyllis Rick, Kathy Sutton, Ann Scholten. SECOND ROW: Barbara Kipfer, Frances Heck, Sally Billingsley, Carolyn Hart- man, Maxine Rubin, Myrna Tarnasky, Jo Rauch, Linda O'Fallon. FIRST ROW: Joan House, Gloria McCord, Sandra Coates, Helen Betts, Diane Perine. MEDICAL . DAME OFFICERS--TOP ROW: Sue Coe, Ann Mitchell, Virginia Neff, Maxine Leffing- well, Becky Johnson. FIRST ROW:SandraCoates, Rita Herman, Judy Henry, Lesley Kennedy. ,IUCKS Baseball Team we c l STANDING: Pat Page CPitcherJ, John Atkinson COutfieldJ, Jim Hoffman CFirst John Shull CCoachD and Pat Page demonstrat- Basej, Ralph Payne CLeft Outl, Jack Hooker COutfie1dJ, FRONT ROW: Jim Ma- ingwhat money can do in the right places, han CCatcherJ, Larry Bailey Clnfieldj, Keith Abercrombie Clnfieldb, Ed Ash CBookieJ, Lonnie Markley CRight Fieldb. A X K.-47 fyggziaiggxgxfcf ff ffxf ' Q 3 .XVFWF 5 , f f Qff7ffS7k?W 2 any-A f 0 4 a aff2Mf1w:WafwQ f , Q a , if'-M5175 541475 97 fi Wwwsawf f ff ff was . A 'fi KhQe:fvifffmM,W,, f 1, , ,, ,- sk Af fwwffyty fs -nf, . ,, f ,f f, f f f aa - f 1, wfmfaw, fa 4. ,, f f aaezfw , of ,,,,,f, 1 ,, jff f fl wf-ji-?,f.w www , , af 4 , ff, -'?4,. I I f- ,,, ,A i ff. ff w 'A "L2,f," '-,, V , ,G V' ' L '-J 1 - , ,, f Z. . . Off-av-,vw:!n? f ? , " fn! , Q 159 eva' . 122, in . 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Led by ace pitcher 'Pat Page, the Medios established the unbelievable record of 18 wins against O losses with 2 convictions ffor attempted briberyl, They capped a perfect season by de- feating the MU Medics at Columbia by the scores of 34-2 and 86-1. ' .,,,.. - C Basketball Team STANDING: Jim Gough, Marc Kadyk,DOI1 Leffingwell, Fred Litooy, Dave Nelson. FRONT ROW: Bob Graham, Hugh Good- pasture, John Atkinson, Wes Fritz. About all that can be said about the lVledic's basketball 1 team is that they play full Of spirit f3.2070D, :.-ga-sul: -. A --.- ,7 - A , , , - All Phi Beta Pi Phi Beta house after a typical week- end blast. A Phi Beta Pi is the only national h medical fraternity active at KUMC. A few members at the weekly chapter meeting. Lunar Society Christian Medical Society SAMA ' wwf i Dick Morrison, Carl Peck, Larry Glaser, Myron Hlllfgfefl 135 11,2 ,. --. v .- .EH 'v 514 5 1,- s I 11 l 1 1 111 1" 1 TU1 if H Medical Arts Symphon Urchcstra 1 - M M V 5 l W I C 1 W 3153, l i VIOLIN: Mary Colglazier, M,D,, Joyce Pollard, Hugh Brown, Nelle Colglazier, Edith Ely, R.N., Dante Escalante, M,D,, 1 l 1 I , , W1 111 Doris Fields, Myron McNown, Melvin Mohn, PhD., Lanna Moult, R.N,, Catherine Pearson, Doris Rantucci, Eleanor Sharp, Otto Silverstein, Bert Stern. VIOLA: Hugh Mathewson, M,D.,Mary Boyden, M,D,, Chandler Goetting, Martin Pearson, Gayle Q I Rich. CELLO: Mary Ann Warren, Miriam Dufflemeyer, JeanHassel, Carol Peterson, Carolyn Rhoads, Reynold Stack. BASS: I William Levine, Charles Cronkite. FLUTE:Nan Lux, Phyllis Holter, Martha Jacobi, Brenda Olson, Dave Thompson. CLARI- NET: Mary Tate, W, GrahamCalkins, M,D,, June Hobbs, R,N,, Paul Margolis, Jr. OBOE: Frand Malewski, Wayne Tompkins. W ll ENGLISH HORN: Natalie Doherty. BASSOON: Donald Henderson, Michael Spielman. TRUMPET: Mary Eisenbise, R,N., 1 W1 N N WH tl Chandler Goetting, Kit Kubis. FRENCH HORN: Buford Casebolt, M,D,, Juanita Hartzler, R,N,, Robert Kurth, M,D,, Shelly mu' i Marshall. TROMBONE: William Drybread, Herbert Rankin. TUBA: Edward Judd. HARPO: Peggy Friesen. PERCUSSION: W," V l Bell Udell, TOIH P12.S'CQI'. DIRECTOR: LEOPOLD SHOPMAKER, llilw, E ,lil M Nil H M El 5 3 5' 1 aims if 11 M I 1 i SOPRANO: Lydia Denner, Beth Hendrick, Audrey Mohn, will KUMC Ch l W' A ' ' ' ' e Traute Kohler, Joanne Norris, Janet Lemon, Doris Ran- tucci, Beverly Tjart, Jeanne Tiller, Peggy Westlund. ALTO: Kay Balle, Neva Bailey, Jane Carr,Carolyn Gough, , Pam Hanson, Genevieve Hall, Nan Lux, Rita Mundhenke, ' i Edie Shaggs, Julianne Westfall, Julie Woolridge, Lila 5 1 ! i' Thoman, Sydna Jones, Joyce Youngman. TENOR: Steve Wt Funderburk, Bill LeVine, Sam Lux, Steve Norris, Jim l l Newberry, Norman Samuelson, Tom Bath. BASS: ArtHall, R11 ll i ' i David Harris, Alfred Kohler, Richard Laubengayer,Larry 1 Monahan, Dick Mountford, Ed Jones, Chuck schroeder, Tom Schreoder, Roger Shenkel, Steve Vilmer. Q 1 l i W1 136 I l l L . , 1 : l I 1 1 1 LL -fv- - v ----Q-V------W ---AU - I 1 I I Q i 1 l SKd'iF Foreign Fellows Have Gone to INDIA, TANZANIA, IRAN, GUATEMALA At hospitals and medical outposts abroad, medical students contribute to international understanding and goodwill by hehving to provide much-needed medical services to people in developing areas of the world. This unusual opportunity to work and study in foreign countries is offered to students through the Foreign Fellowships Program of Smith Kline cf: French Laboratories. Administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges, the program has enabled 180 students to work and study in more than 40 countries during the past six years. Junior and senior medical students are eligible for Fellowships, which provide on the average 12 weeks' work abroad, to be completed before internshqn. Interested students should apply through the deans of their schools. Smith Kline ci French has published an illustrated 24-page booklet telling the story of SKrQF's Foreign Fellowships Program. For your free copy of "Fellowships in Medicinef, write to: SKAZF Services Department, Smith Kline di French Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19101. , Smith Kline 8 French Laboratories L, ,1 ff f',V-.A ' , , ORTHO PHARMACEUTICAL CORPORATION - RARITAN, NEW jERSEY For a completebhoice of medically accepted products fdrplannecl cqncepgion cgintrol I X - A , , . Y 1 ' ' 'OXO 61964 orc xx ' X , enrmues nom: T. FRANCIS HOSPITAl And Sclrool Ot Nursing Inc. 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CSignedD Ed Dear Editor: It has been brought to my attention that a gambling syndicate has recently been organized at KUMC and is ' distributing gambling material to medical students. Iwould appreciate your help in exposing the leader of this or- ganization. CSignedJ C.A.M, Dear CAM: We hope the picture below 'will not be too great of a shock to you. CSignedJ Ed Dear Editor: I've been informed that the new Gomco Award is essentially the runner-up to the Resident of the Year Award. Is this correct? CSignedD Dr. Curious S W pctt , p 0 the Editor r e'. , Dear Dr. Curious: Surrrre it is, George! A CSignedD Ed Dear Editor: We just finished reading the 1966 Jayhawker M.D, and thought it was greatg The photography was profes- sional and the jokes hilarious. The layout was perfect. Congratulations on an excellent job. CSignedD The boys from 10 East, K.C,V.H, Dear Boys: You guys must be nuts! I CSignedD Ed Dear Ed: Are you guys trying to put the squeeze on me? 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E. Burtis Allen Cox Harold E. Curtright Earl M. Holsten Robert K. Rusk Richard C. Schrick John W. Sheperd For Over'35 Years A. B. Clement Paul W. Matthews Fremont C. O' Berg TULSA. OKLA. 115 So. Quincy St. Phone: 913 LU 7-2434 Robert E. Miller, Mgr. Gerald W. Gillian George Webb GREAT BEND. KANSAS 5633 Eisenhower Phone: 316 ST 3-4180 R. K. Cammon TOPEKA. KANSAS 2020 N. Topeka Blvd. Phone: 913 CE 5-8156 Frank T. Bowen SPRINGFIELD. MO. 1041 W. Hamilton Phone: 41'7'UN 9-7142 S,-.ai Crosse Nursing Home Accredited, Skilled Home INSTITUTIONAL MEMBER IN THE AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION MARIE GROSSE, R,N., ADMINISTRATOR RUTH RICHARDSON, R.N., SUPERVISOR AIR CONDITIONED FIRE PROTECTED BY SPRINKLER SYSTEM 39I8 CHARLOTTE WE I-O306 - JE I-7938 Compliments of Central Chemical Company, Inc FAIRFAX INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT Kansas City, Kansas ' Producers of C9 Q9 , Surgi- Cen, Pheno-Cen, Cen-0-PTien ' 4, e1'f1,vf,,,,f+i'.1- I ,Q A Rm , ,f,Af-- R--- - ' - I - IN THE SOUTHCENTRAL KANSAS CIRCLE OF OPPORTUNITY Rehabllltatlon Surgery General Practice and Dentistry. 112,657 21 ,543 51,958 242,713 1,547 347 For more Information on program and details on the liberal benefits housing, fffir M, , .,4. , ' f , 5,-113, ' ffffyffr A , f' 1 F-.w PN Y . N jx . 15 TS. l f X ir Y s ' "T gs S WITH EEST WISHE S f,.f ' X EX 2 l ggw X BIOS I + A A QQ! 'Q S, "THEyUNUSUAL LAEJORATSORY' FOR UNUSUAL TESTS" v KS 12330 SANTA MONICA BOULEVARD ' X A f LOS ASNGELES 25, CALIFORNIA E A 1 fi .,- 5 Y 1 1' 1411" 1 . 1 I A 1? w gf , FIX, f 'N Z x A V,,V ,W S-A . ' X , .1 ,T -- ' V X 1 N V W 3 gf5,...' ' V- Pi A V VA ,-- X N, .- ,, .Lu , 3-,,,, 1- . r x'- i ' K K 'Y A kr, V i gn, -Y 4 , ' YT, . ' .jf f If A-if "fYf ',,- A O9 V 5:5TfiT- 'kiigi' QT'-Q V i- , 1 A ' 1 WX , - - - -f I ' " 'T' Q' - . K ., , E A .' "'-- f-' '-.--A NY 1 - - , Vygyfvff ,..,,.4 .,-, S,-.1 1 , -A , ,. f. ,-g' 5 f 0,1-A-,...:.-1. E..-A -1- - ' ' T' '- A ' 'kr' ' I D X , I SM xi, :Y V : ii:tLi:?2ZET : V Agn- Y ,U Mx T fr!! A ,V 4 - H-4777?-Ld' .g V- . W W-V-H '--- , A -, ' . - A - - Y- ' Student nion an Wfffff 7 J, X , , . ff! - -ff f 7 f my fff ff , 4 , f., ,f X 4 6 Y, g l, , WMM!! 0' Zfnf STUDENT UNION ,BUILDING Student Union facilities are ever expanding to fill the need of Faculty, Students and Staff. Book store sales-have in- creased over 25'Z, in the past 12 months. This is due to a greater variety of items for sale and increased number of titles in our book department. All KU Extension course books are now handled in the book store, readily available to all students. A standing book order is placed with all publishers and new titles of interest to the medical profession are rushed to us by special delivery. A complete remodeling job is planned in the book store area in early summer of 1966. Battenfield Auditorium has become a beehive of activity practically year round. Post Graduate Medicine is the big user of the auditorium but other groups such as the KUMC Film Society, Burroughs Audibon nature club, women's auxiliary, student bodies of both medical students and nurses organizations are seen frequently in Battenfeld. COMPACT BUT FULL SERVICE BOOK STORE COMFORTABLE FRANCISCO LOUNGE , L, , . -,. -..L I I Dormitor Corp. E554 PUBLIC HOTE L ROOMS The new beauty shop has proven to be agreat favorite of both students and hospital patients. A marked increase of use of the meeting and dining rooms is very evident. Food service in the student cafeteria, Snack Bar and private catering is ever on the increase and taxed to a maximum a great deal of the time. It follows that new employees have been added to provide up to the minute service. The Student Union is a service organization governed by a Board of Directors and their wish is that Student Staff and Faculty receive the best service and merchandise at the best possible price. V LUXURIOUS PRIVATE DINING FACILITIES SNACKTIIVIE--ANYTIIVIE--DAY OR NIGHT BEAUTY SHOP FRANICS CLIP SHOP .Lyac by a fl awf I -Q ' , ZW., j.T:,g,5l - jfiflggfx-fb 5 I E 5 ..., . h-,.,...- V Il .II X: I I y gy I WITI-I PLANS SPECIALLY DESIGNED EOR I I MEDICAL STUDENTS - INTERNS - RESIDENTS E I I I I I, 'I I ,I I I ,I I II'I I I This Plan Contains These Unique Features I,I I IQI!I .1211 'III III I I II I'II,s I III 'I' TOTAL-PERMANENT DISABILITY BENEFIT Mt DOUBLE INDEMNITY FOR ACCIDENTAL DEATH I I I "I'Ii'I"I"Ii 'IIN FORCE" COVERAGE DURING MILITARY SERVICE II , III 'I'iI"I"I'i'i'I"i GUARANTEED CONVERSION-AUTOMATIC IE DISABLED YI . 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'I I I I I I I n i Kansas City, MO, BE I-I9OO II I Ioo I C ttt C u tt C C Restaurant WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL AND HAPPY CAREER TO THE GRADUATING SENIORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 3948 RAINBOW ACROSS FROM THE ' K.U. MEDICAL CENTER MAV smme P0pe9s SERVICE SATISFACTION 66 Service I9II W. 39th Avenue PHIUJPS Sunday 5 Holiday DeIiveries Minutes to PERSONALIZED, FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE A700 RAINBOW BLVD. Day or Night CaII RA 2-989I Kansas City Area Leading Hospitais 5 Mortuaries K.U. MEDICAL CENTER - - ONE BLOCK Day 5 Night CabIe: RA 2-5555 MAFL0 r ? P r r 1 1 R., , O A f I ivf f Y III. E., IRIIUEIY amd oflssociates INSURANCE CONSULTANTS MBU! sw: Nl-UIQ sou!! SUITE 1325, COMMERCE TOWER, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI 64105 801-VFD If' -1! 'EE' PHONE: HA 1-1525, AREA CODE 816 May 1, 1966 A. EVERETT RILEY DAVID E. RILEY Staff of Jayhawker, M. D. I University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas City, Kansas Dear Doctors: In extending our heartiest congratulations to the Class of 1966, it occurred to us that one 'of the few unabridged, untaxed and unregulated pleasures left in life is that of expressing our appreciation. Thus, we are taking a few minutes of the busy life led by all of us to tell you and the other medical students, graduates, and members of the Staff of the University of Kansas Medical Center, how very thankful we are for your friendship and endorsement of our company and ourselves. You have helped us to accumulate over the past thirty-five years the experience necessary to assist the professional man in meeting the increasing economic changes in business life, which today require partnership agreements, wills, coordination of office management with medical procedures as well as the constant review of changes that taxation brings daily into your personal and professional life. Our experiences lead us to believe that the professional man is on the edge of corporate treatment of his personal income. We hope to continue to assist you with your overall estate and retirement planning with our Internal Revenue accepted Keogh plans, and other tax-sheltered deferred compensation which will be available in the future. . Sincerely yours, A. Everett Riley fc' A347 6215, Cf , Q,-ggffq I S 3 I 1 I PETE PERINE JIM SCHOLTEN ALLEN GAMMON RON RUBIN Editor Associate Editor Fresh. Medicine Associate Editor CINDY HEINZ, GENE NELSON GENE WASSON CARL LINDQUIST NLll'Si1'1g mitOI S0ph01T10fe Medicine FICCSH. Medicine LARRY HYDE PAT STITES JOAN ERICKSON MIKE O'BYRNE Business Mgr. Nursing Staff Senior Medicine YVONNE LEHR Photography - We gratefully acknow- ledge the generous contribu- tions from our fellow class- mates, the Dean's office, Francis Hiatt, Paulene Far- rell, Helen Sims, Priscella Owens, the Department of Medical Communications, the Print Shop and the Business Office without which this book would not have been possible. CHERYL STEUDTNER BLAKE ELLSWORTI-I Nursing Staff 171 7 - ,-f-H 1966 Editorial Staff PETE PERINE JIM 'RAUCI-I KERRY O'FALLON RON RUBIN BART LINDSLEY Editor Associate Editor JOHN ARMSTRONG MIKE O'BYRNE JOHN SCI-IUETZ JIM SCI-IOLTEN F.A. CARMICHAEL, III, M.D. Caricaturist redness? Associate Editor The JAYHAWKER M.D. is a non official publication created by the students of the University of Kansas School of Medicine. 7,-Z' , 4'-'14 42 .,,, ' ,J 53110 iii' , l 7 , 59? 'FAYH ff 2, ,z ,T '1 ,f 1.2 gl, 1 4 5 3 L. if f 44 ,lf A 5 1 . f gg U 1 522 ew I, . V 5 Z a ff Z 'QA y fa 4 fa fs MQ F y 1 1 . 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