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

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N' 4 Yi 'fi' Q' 56, f A Q Q FE 'Y ,wa N5 AA, in s , i B 11 A Q xv!! NY 91 . if, it N.'lluulf, yr . , ME gl o I 1 I QR! 5 ' qmgq A' 53 w if REF. 378 J335 1975 Jayhawker, M.D. MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Midwest Genealogy Center 3440 S S It Rd .Lee's umm . M G C Independence, M0 64055 ii 1 I JI-IYHIISWKER Forrest Pommerenke, editor-in-chief. Greg Thatcher, Med. II. editor Dave Buch- ner, Med. I. editor. Sharon Thate, nursing editor. Robert Alieman, business mana- ger. Robert Wagner, sales manager. A.J. Parmet, darkroom and photography. Kelly Hart, Med. III photography. Barry Nickell, Med. ll photography. Margaret Nickell, Med. I. photography. Devorah Davis, Nursing photography. Stephanie Sachen, and Susan Chiles, Nursing photography and composition. Plus several others from each class, recognized in different sections of the book. ' DEPARTMENTS JAYHAWKER, M.D. AWARD .............. .... 4 RESIDENT TEACHER AWARDS ........ .... NARROW MINDED THINKING DEPT .... ..... ADMINISTRATION DEPT ........... .... SILVER STALLION ............... .... CLINICAL FACULTY ... HOUSE STAPH ......................... .... MISCELLANEOUS DEPT ..................... .... K.C. VETERANS ANDMINISTRATION DEPT .... .... SENIOR CLASS OF 1975 ................... .... Senior Formals ....................... . . . Senior semi-formals ......... .... Senior candids SI internships ....... . . . IVIED. II .......................... . . . PTLTATYTZTETBTRTA Interview ... ... MED. I .................................... . .. NURSING FACULTY ......................... ... SENIOR NURSING STUDENTS, CLASS OF 1975 .... ... JAYHAWKER, R.N. AWARD ..................... ... JUNIOR NURSING STUDENTS, CLASS OF 1976 ..... ... DIETETIC INTERNS ........................ I. ... PHYSICAL THERAPY ...................... ... ADVERTISEMENTS ........ A PICTURE EDITORIAL ...... --- IVIORE ADVERTISEMENTS .... --- PREPUCE There are MAD things done that are seldom fun, by those of the medical fold, . . and the ER nights have seen weird sights that would make your blood run cold. The outpatient rooms have held far out goons, but the MADEST you'll ever see, are those poor freaks, who week after week, work on the JAYHAWKER, M.D. 6 8 10 13 14 56 62 63 64 66 83 88 96 114 You've been in PATH. too long Dept ... .. . 162 170 167 196 210 211 212 224 225 VITAL FEATURES' y JAYI-IAWKER, IvI.D., .X 'AWAFIDU -- ROBERT HUDSON, IVIQD It I fps-4'I 56? . I f I I ff' I -Y 'T SILVER STALLION g AWARD , , I .- It S THREEYEAFINI I ,I . I CURRICULUM - I CREATIVESX-RAYS-' I ' TH E KCVAH , If you love socialized medicine I you'II love the' VAH! pg. 64 RADIOLOGY DEPT. 1 , I pg.I46f,' LARGEST SENIOR ,CLASS GRADUATES! I pg. 64 A MAKE A FOOL UF YOUR SHELF' a s f Q' I J Ip Q HIIIIIILK Heck no We re not fools Why7 Do we look luke fools? FILL IT WITH BACK ISSUES UF THE JAYHAWKER M D ON SALE AT THE KUMC STUDENT UNION OR THROUGH THE YEARBOOK OFFICE Only a few copres of the followmg Issues remam so order your copy today 1974 Mahlon Delp Edltlon 1973 Medrcal Illustrated 1972 Underground Edltron 1956 Jayhawker M D Send cash, check, or money order to THE JAYHAWKER M D LETTERS DEPT B991 Q MA ' Bl NMI' My 4 LAST JAYHAWKER M D 7 You can t be serrous' The cover says this IS the LAST of the Jayhawker M D Are you going to deprive the world of thus great masterpiece of llterature7 G I Hackaway M D For the last year or two we have found Ilttle notes telling us that the name of the yearbook should be changed to allow more students at KUMC to be Included Suggestions are JAY HAWKER K C JAYHAWKER KUMC JAY HAWKER M D R N or THE K C JAY HAWKER By changing the name there IS a chance that In the future we could sell a few more yearbooks and we would do anything to sell a few more copies and get some extra cash TRASH' You ve done If agam Nothing but trash poor taste and suck humor a total desecration of a noble professlon Are you people ever going to take your job serlously7 Lee Ky Bladder M D Yes when the whole world has a sense of humor like yours DULL BORES I am a student nurse and I read the JAY HAWKER M D occasslonally I have gone out with several med studs lwhat a laughl and I ve found them to be so tied up In their profession that they know absolutely nothlng about the worl outside It In reality, they are shan-uw, dull bores, and many of them can't even utter a simple, gramatlcally correct sentence Helen Trueheart ABSENTMINDEDNESS A PAIN' I don t know what s the matter with me lately I ve been gettmg awfully sloppy and forgetful After sewrng up my pa tlents I always seem to have some sllly thmg left over A llver a gall bladder navel things luke that This IS very embarrassing to me I also have lately been talkmg to my toy dog a practice I gave up years ago What should I do C Hardpm M D Use care and drscretlon After each operatlon have another physician or medical student self wlth extra parts post op you owe rt to yourself and to humamty to glve up your career and start wrrtmg authorltatlve med: cal artrcles for the READER S DIGEST LATE Late agam' Why can t you people get the yearbook out on time Phlay Ming Azzol M D Next tlme you get a notlce In your mall askrng for your help on the yearbook you might try takmg If seriously NEW CAMERA Tell me a little about this new camera that was purchased through student actlvrty fees The camera you re askmg about was purchased through the efforts of the yearbook busxness manager The camera rs available on a flrst come first serve basis to all KUMC students It rs a 35 mm single lens reflex camera with bullt rn lrght meter and a rechargable auto matrc strob llght lnstructrons for Its use are available I .. x . 1 I I , . f - , 'I y , . . tl, I :W - L . I fs Q It Ql ' L . I . 7 if -- I r , - I . . l . . Egg X ,'l'l'l' ' . .r EQ: ' ' 5 1 1 Q, U " ' . . . .-Hbx :of '. H H .. ' 1 Q ' U . . I . I I ,as T, . . . L T IM, . , , . check yourwork,Then, if you still find your- my if E I 1 . D I . I 4' v . 1 V i ' ' I - 'I I I . ' . I - l BOX 5128, KUMC, K C , Ks Cost is 3512.00 lwill hagglel We possrbly cannot rmaglne, of all places where, this false impression, you got it from, at. PURE WATER As a concerned member of Gomers for Pure Water, I feel I must implore you to use your influence to persuade all Amer- icans to wear Waders. Kimmle Steele Wilson We share your concern for this grave national problem but due to the energy shortage and the high cost of rubber, we feel that this would not be in the national interest at this time. If you want to really help we suggest that you wear plastic shorts and help con serve our nation s gas supply , , .4 .4 -LX I WHY NDT HAVE THE NEXT EDITION DF THE KANSAS UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER YEARBDDK SENT DIRECTLY TD YDUR HDUSE DR DFFICE? I 5 " 'K If W Q eff .. Q- AV-6' '0' J' f 'TU ' ' ' 15-H119 I I . - 'X' . -Inf-?Iff' "' " " 'f1Q155g-az: '1S2ff:3-I PAV" fo: .lwgbqqx .ff 0 if W ffflfw t'1' I., I x 55 .o . 00 14" I ' 0 ' f' if I I' o S N., , f G, ' ' f .1-5 "' im 0 4' ' n-I X Q 57 i v '41 001, V ' 2 Is- QL' S , . 'D ff" - if xg 0 I Q- "" 'Giz?2'?n A gm , . ..'Q3,f,-Q -2 ' Q 0 A ,mi li ao to I s yu i . f I '--1 "" ' 'N S :', Q :-T' we e. - We M N -if 'wif f -- ' . 4 - 'ga . Q AQ. ! , 1 .-.-,, .T -f ' 1 W' W! ' t- What, . . me a Doc? MUSH ROOIVIS? For the past three years I have had this ridiculous notion that l am a mushroom. Where could this idea have come from? This syndrome is very common in many med- ical schools with three year programs. You and many others students feel this way be- cause for the last three years you have been kept in the dark and fed nothing but crap' DRDER NEXT YEARS CDPY TDDAY! JAYHAWKER M.D. Box 5128 KUMC KANSAS CITY, Ks. CITY STATE .L...-. NAME ADDRESSl-...-1 BILL ME. ENCLOSED IS PAYMENT: 310.00 PER COPY. POSTAGE PAID. x x -. y, X - , . - . f . . , ..- , ,- M,-qi.. . , . . . . l , 1 , , - . f Q P PAST AWARDS William P. Williamson, MD Mahlon H. Delp, MD Kurt Reissman, MD G. O'NeiI Proud, MD James Of Boley, MD Frank A. Mantz, MD Max S. Allen, MD Lawrence G. Peters, MD Howard A. Matzke, MD David W. Robinson, MD Robert T. Manning, MD Robert E. Bolinger, MD Mangesh, R. Gaitonde, MD Wayne L. Rockwell, MD Harry L. Douglas, MD Thomas A. Holder, MD John E. Chapman, MD Donald R. Germann, MD R. Neil Schimke, MD Joe R. Kimmel, MD, Ph.D. Norm Martin, MD Curtis T. Todd, MD Ronald Stephens, MD 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 QQSITAD sl C,NPf1,gOU49g S 16 1 3? pc .2315 D 2 ig,f.'E'fQ.-fe.. Q15 -.Q-. -al5meVg?v .J z -is eg't" ??!? J' Aferf X H s f 0 -327 Sxqz F ,A bo! T4BLlSl-17-0 ei be W - O CJ ,, AW 1 , 1' Q I 991 1 ' v , X 0 K' f'. "f--X., 43's . :si .p -If ,-, , ' 3 H, i- T1-.4 C lil., " "ff If "" ' J F 4- sy 7 z - W' no - I .bc 7 x 24. 1' . X . ,NS 6 9 X 0 S , x5 O W-D 1975 JAYHAWKER. M.D AWARD ROBERT P. HUDSON. M.D. The richest relationship which a student experiences is his associa- tion with an outstanding teacher. Sometimes, as students, the only recognition we offer as comfort to those concerned educators we discover is our mesmerized attention, compulsive imitation, or later years of silent respect. Only once a year does the graduating senior class choose "the faculty member who has shown the greatest devotion to his primary duty as teacher of medical stu- dents." This year, the class of 1975 proudly attaches the name of Robert P. Hudson to this list of outstanding educators. Dr. Hudson's awareness of the importance of medical education started long before his appointment to the Kansas University , faculty in 1958. Indeed, it was Dr. Hudson, himself, who, aseditor of the 1952 JAYHAWKER M.D., established this award. It is a remarkable tribute to Dr. Hudson that he has not swayed from the ideals that inspired him to create the JAYHAWK ER M.D. AWARD 24 years ago. After obtaining his undergraduate degree from Kansas University , in 1949, Dr. Hudson continued his medical education at Kansas University, graduating in 1952. He interned at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City and then spent two years with the United States Army as a paratrooper before returning to Kansas University as a resident in Internal Medicine. After completing his residency, Dr. Hudson spent a year studying Allergy and Dermatology at Colum- bia, John Hopkins, and the University of Michigan. His long standing interest in the moral and ethical implications of medicine culminated in a Masters Degree in Medical History from John Hopkins in 1966. He has served on many faculty and administra- tive committees and has been an exchange professor in the Philippines and in Columbia, South America. He is currently Associate Professor of Medicine, and Chairman of the Department of the History of Medicine. The Senior Class of 1975, and the staff of the 1975 JAYHAWKER M.D. congratulate Dr. Robert P. Hudson, and thank him for the concern and respect he has shown us as students over the last three years. 1975 RESIDENT TEACHER AWARDS MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY llllllllliliiiwllillllllllllllwlilllwill or MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Midwest Genealogy Center 3441: s. Lees Summit Rd. M G C Independence, MO 64055 X Y- HW' " 'WFU' W"'Y'w MY Y I , if lil ii I li li B. Eugene Guthery, M.D. ' Dr. Guthery is from Broken Bow, Oklahoma. He received his undergraduate degree from the Uni- versity of Oklahoma in 1967 and his M.D. from the Oklahoma School of Medicine in 1973. After a year of interning at the University of Alabama Medical center Dr. Guthery came to the Kansas University Medical Center and is a resident in internal medicine. ' I i l . l A i l 1 r ' r i i 1 i l I , l u l v ROLAND E. GUWEH. M.D. Dr. Gower is from Nashville, Tennessee. He re- ceived his B.A. from Tennessee Technologic Uni- versity in 1967, and his M.D. from Vanderbilt in 1971. He is now a resident in general surgery at the Kansas University Medical Center. During our clinical years in medical school we, as medical students, are provided the opportunity to work alongside many physi- cians. From the faculty we learn where and how to disshelve and the facts of medicine. The clinical professors specify for us the indications and the application of these facts. And the visiting staff prepares us by anecdote and example from the world outside. lt is from the housestaff, however, that we learn patient care, and it is the housestaff that most consistently enmeshes us, the stu- dents, into the integrated whole properly entitled "the art of medicine." Each year, one ofthe more that two hundred resident physicians at this institution is honored by this award. This year the Class of 1975 and the Jayhawker lVl.D. staff have decided to make two presentations of this award. Traditionally, the award is presented to the house officer who has most generously helped students learn the art and science of medicine. In spite of a heavy workload and patient responsibility these physicians have most unselfishly shared with their students their knowledge, their time, and their friendship. As students, we thank them for their sacrifices on our behalf. 1968-1974 E-r E 2 z Di 'S G as W 'EE E5 W ra na E z s: cf: m E- z ll-I -9 fi T 1 13 T a 4 V .,.., , , F5 . .I Tl,-E.. 'ini'- E - 9'2:,if35f .' :f:.,f5,,3 ,1-5 iv,- H QQ, .1 -1'--1115? , ,,L. anflkmfgi ., ,, Y, ,351 5 fsck? ,' if Tu-QT ' qg :M '-. 2 meg iq '2.,:f5, . ,-,K J 'D VJ ,r-1+.'5-ffm? il ii , W1 T T T .ms N, T' Tj 7'n ,TCT 4-'a va. 3Q 3. :I gi El cu '33 'E la.. .P' I TM: TMT .ogg-. 'Eze T317 Q-"STI-I-I T 492 -11'-5'lE 1-S ESU-I 1 C545- E E ns : e 'T s T1 'B 3 i 'H :.'. 9 3 Q ra DF "I-'AST .l'00DS" UE L VA AL RIT! THE r F i A T : , Q NUFF AR OTIUNAL RANGE 0F DR. 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Dean of Discouraging Admissions Dr. William Rieke. Past Vice- Chancellor ' new - sw, . I 21.23 V ' N ., fs - I . '. -. ' ' Egg! ' , , 'r 'i A . - I' . N.. jj 3 GQ ' 'E ' 'z'-lx -A - - l W fx E5"'??f' "u f if HQW v M i .84 'NI' I sg an 5 . A in M , 7'-ix f -if n 1 . ,,. ,,4?:iifg'q5iEy,,. ' f 1" f., JQ5 1 1.5.44 WRC fliers yiwl fr --li . .' aff V' f?'Yhf,i1:f1f'-',,-5 ff." .iff-'P'-1' 1 r -M ,,., ,, 1' 4 , . YF ' -A 'e 132:-w,'Lgvl .afrfffiffzilze wiv V 'N 345,-at ,A rg, ' K ,? , I l .Q s , .. , . . ,,t,l'.-Z'3.',4lf?ea1f-f ,f es- -' ,fri Q ,W l " :wg -' .1 " xwdseitllg 3 ,A Q f K, . , 'I-.fgf ' Q if limlfltaflillpf 3 rf Xfrafilt 4 ,f. 1 ', L: -aw? , meg, Ji ei , Uv ' "' xffifff K Q LJE.-. Ply' ,v'rQyg.'-4-:2f.?liif? Rw?s:?li'siWi"'s T' l fi l "1 'Q l 55153 s: -I 3 -'- Nw 'T ":.'2-L' e..il Q x 10 ACADEMIC METABOLISM Undergraduate COUISSS ' grades Grgiuate research thesis Pl: D. v year of draft -vsecurity Money Patents lnstfuctorl' resgjtfsdlations rpoverty N.I.H. Industry Assf: Prof. experiments no pa ers tenure papers eX'Pf0fe5501' Assozl. Prof. ,X sabbatical awankt books Emeritus41-20-30 years4-i- Pqfllf- X colleagues Nobel Prize V U. Cagigggsgensis Diiiigarrgfi Chairman enemles shunt Institute I .Thand shaking committees back slapping Nobel Prize Chancellor 'Hypothetical Unstable Intermediate TCatalyst Dr. Elmer Milktoast. Chairman of Academic Standards Committee Dr. David Waxman. Dean of Students "JIMMY" Dean of Social Affairs - WHO'S IN CHARGE HERE. ANYWAY, DEPT.: A ' if ,l f ,, If " l Q' ,af-fn" 5 r X - ,255 :g,g,,.1.,.-vl.",, .-v:I',.:,5f .Q . ' W7 for - .,.1'11:1'.-'::21t-"vb:-:e.'--.:':5r:l. .i x CONSTRUCTION i 'M L' 2219 W ' '323'-P' BEGINS A if -r - f Hx' pg Miss Sims. Director of the KUMC Alumnae Association Dr. Cramer Reed. Dean Wichita State Brance Q fm A76 N 'N 'N I l 3 yi 1-. GAD, WHAT A CAT-HARTK. tn lVlrs. Doris Gossett Dr. E.B. Brown. Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Mallory Wiess. Liason for V.A.H. I X X CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN 1974 photography by Lon NIcCroskey CONTINUES INTO 1975 1975 SILVER STALLION AWARD Presented each year to the teacher or administrator who goes out of his or her way to make life hell for medical students. The SILVER STALLION is of course a tool that, in its normal course of use, gives the subject under examination a real reaming. How fitting it is that this instrument symbolizes the frustration and paranoia that medical students experience while under the tutorage of the in- famous recipients of this award. Unfortunately, students have very little to say concerning the way things are run at KUIVIC, but significant changes have come about in past years following the presentation of this award. . .the recipient has either quit or modified his act considerably. We hope this trend will not change. So to you ,...... the CREATURS. INSTIGATURS. and PERPETUATURS of the THREE YEAR CURRICULUM here is your award! -A' 5+ Ji 'isa , . 3 46: Z J if T353-we-PwvvMw'11-7:-3.x-if ' tugs: H . . V , t J H Y , ,, ,...,.,,u........,-,...w..N i LJ I gi ' I if , " "" 'T"""""" ""T"""" - --v-v-J-1 f---4-1 -- -----w1v Q ' ' -if , .' . ' 1 ' 'ww' firetwe ' 4 . , -- V, A vw. w wg , 1 Q:- ' .' f f. btw, .Q." ':-. f,- ,H Q32 QQ Te 'tvqftgf' be " .Q .' 1 W' 4 ' Ifeaf15?Wv Ae,'-X ' " rf by ' X1 '.g!,,zw ' ,g, - in-H4-i'i':'-Nff23ga4f 4 .V " -' "" 2' , EQQQ r , if: lf.-ag I 111:12-" A-Hr .. - 8 '.2'-'l "g:,,1, , slgj mg , exif .f feta'-1 ' f sl- Q ' 4 .9 51 ?-iivif' 'if Y, . - w W j f- V, I Q., 'Q QX, it . Q 4. .la r ees '53, Trp- Zh, W., , f Ljav f, " -ti, a'i'1f',R7fge3v:3N, .La A 4 ti' ww, It -. .uf X , '- -, ,Q w La x- - ' in 7 ' ffl "Sis ,C 5,5 ig- fa., J- - 5 . ef- 3 . 15 ifpzwf . ..l. w r W I 5' ' ., .... If 5, .,., A I ky , 'avg we-gw,,1'f A 1x '-1, - " " .f V ' " .' .1 . The spirit of the three year medical curriculum 'You know what you can do with it! Har.:- At - i""i'-I-1 El Ii' 'a ' :':' .2. f :. - ,i: 1E"?l2?79' 'fgv f , if-,. J' nrfrfrfefl ,1 fl, -1... Lv., - ,. -. -1- I 2- . -'f---fy' ,..-Q-rx: ,iw -,f-.-I: -f , w .f ,L,,...v HW .. ., ur, .J gn, 1 ' +1 we -e - 1 f 1" i ' 'L ' 241 -11 I Ei I I CLINICAL FACULTY 1974-75 lil' "".,...."Cf'2' ' Mo, I ".'::a'.:::' Q 'fm learn his doesn't e - I ' lt's true! In I Y did you, prdfesslon haveto All he has fact, another ' GUESS!!! WILIIOUC read or to do- is griduate. a Let's visit reading or study to memonzea A Iqmaus Surgeon, ' the Language studying praetuze fewcliches ,, has onlyused ' Depanmeng Medical Medicine and Medical ,Q thrgewordsin andsee how 300IlS?!? Pmfifably s catchwords! at over ten years! it works! ' I K E ,pm -. .,. , , M' fe I U f' WN "Hr .' 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Dr. Ray Parmley discussing utilization of season tickets for the K.C. Chiefs. , Class VI risk Dr. Arakawa and Irving Dr. Adrian Mee ,fy J' NIIHSE P.H. N. s 1 fir ff - un A as-. . - Dr. Kim H948774--9 lntubation -- Before and After Dr. Steve Stotts W- :rig A,,, ,W ,V Dr. Duerksen and Dr. Tony Lasalle 'ff' "I" H '1'L "m' ' "G" n Dr. Nlorishima and Mz. Carol Elliot f l l, it l-flllltl I ,-1 ' .M -Q Xl V 1 5 Ayyti ,A l lu' flimtw '-fl 1 .g , t' A l 0 X Y Q ,E IA-Q VV- ,I v. sei A Ao fe- ! l 1 ' -T 'V , 'XX M! I 7 J' A , C V 5, ,4 . 3 2. ay fgwvq' , A f L 'ji 'S M4 A Dr. Buakham x Wa- , fl 'vm-n l 1 SERFZ - The gtaff goes all out for that cute little guy with low set ears. we ' J 'df NEWEST WEAPONS IN THE E.N.T. ARSENAL I I we-. A , ,X ' 3 I I ' ' -I1 11 if I ' if I 2' ' I ."'-"DN , i132"'.I L -f . -- "" . .- ' f una - 'Ukyf , 2, - I JE, EE' --nf I EN ,Xl Dr. Charles Norris Dr. Fernando Kirchner U11 K I z,5?'fp,W HISTCRY OF MEDICINE la-1' A 'Fa 5 eff BN.D. FOUNDATION LAUNCHES EFUND AND MEMBERSHIP -DRIVE ' 1, 1, . cn' .A .1-I mum Timm -Ig. if ? I Dgcwvl Iiferauiff he-liens af f an me N-ul nn? rmamav. f . - f- lnmumafoanyqle slznnimotgn .f 1- 1 wa . en pm 1 I -v '. M, Q. 3unzrZ'Pa,'I"N.-.f'Brip mini.-In . f X9 , 1 1-, P gl-b gre-:ytm-xa 1: me 3:-:fr I , 5 ,A ..... mm, H . fQ - -ws' L , f me eifvgzf-rem-1. 1. Klart mm A 1. V f ,, sm.. mmm-uiiwn 1-rum. ,- ,M 5 I T "iran Nw: nary:-'rad :za ugh, 1, . , nu , "1 1 ma nr ml a I . I if ,, ' -- he-iziIn1'uur mm. 'rim .rn-mn . hge, .: .mm 1 romrmx. enuiulc u : .. S-legion :dance mum ge mn L 55.15. had-:im Pm!-im Mermmy ,,,, E'IfL,,":,,,,m5"""" "' "" 7 .,.' ' Historical News Release Dr. Robert Hudson Chairman and Chair Open a little I1 I open any ' er... wider, you'Il see I can see my lunch . .. your lhroal! over the floor! igvxlwag l I I' I "NJN dr 'JH' L, ff 5 1 M i'?.' 3 ji . f Af, I all qi., , K , ly-X I rv ' 'M 5 11, f , N A , 1 J5 4 LA M Dr. Proud, the "Chief." Founder The Old G.P. Revised and Updated Deg: Dr. Jack Walker l .A ' PHIEIEENS if ff W Q UBL Cureyvith Curing FAMILY PRACTICE ':'zi:fA" " - . 4 ' 'mf--'ff old politicians never die theyjust avoid the issue Dr. Cooper Dr. George Burket 13 Ta two A' oaspr as 'ri d I . o Id do ygood a me I ouldntbe . the mornin . 9 ca syou 0 Typical stereotyped ' doctor-patient . V intereaction w finr ., . F' ' -L ....V, J-muy, PQ. n., -i 1 In ' r I Dfw .s.-7 if g l 4 ' X 'A 3 " Eff J ' . '+I ' J 2' , 1 7544 1k4l ' LN if f ff Q ' x' m :z Dr. Perry g J.--'fi -., Typical inspira' tional hood ornament .t. ,Jr 4 TX! A f . 1 . .4 V , AME two Asvmm AND so rc een Alternative Ideas Dept.: HUMAN ECOLCGY Typical problem: beer guzzlin' steer knows not when to stop. Dr' Tom Chen Dr. Edward Defoe ,...-. Dr. Josheph Hollowell Chrls Norrdln Gary Wilson and Dr Ralph Reed Nurse what s the ndea of allowmg Mr Froobrsh to l m sorry fall asleep" You KNOW he s supposed to have the medncatuon I prescnbed at precnsely 8100 PM' Okay now wake hum up and give hum this sleepmg Doctor' It won t happen agaml .r.e ' .. ,M cg,,,f,:.5, W , A, ,. .Q .,,,, . . vi. ,-.. A .. V M .- V: will .H :fQf.Q' ' ,513 lm' ' ' , We - , .. .. ,f l fr , ,,,, nl ,f2z1,g::-A - 14-fav K - -1: - . -,,.MsJ'gi CUBA. NEW MEXICO: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A HUMAN ECOLOGY STUDENT FROM KUMC ,nl Concerned parents tell Dr. Bidnick that their son, Herman Ia well known steerl has been drinking and is lying in the pasture, very still. A li- , ' I - ' V -- 4, 1-- 3. 1 A ,HJ.x.J. I- WI " " 15.2.::..' ... ....r- , F 'i""gA V, V .B ex?-1 3275? E'C'3'3r- 5515 51--551.35121-i'ffizf' 122 fi 0-Hier' ":-:'r-:f?r-'i-?2F'+f?f4:3"1f'T -112191 if 1????f?fA7ifeiifE'ef+"i'iE- 'fi , Q-2 Nageezi, 40 miles from nowhere. One of the satelite clinics of the Cuba Health ' Center. CUBA, NEW MEXICO, from CUBA MESA After a quick stop by his office to pick up some medicines and supplies, he leaves for his field call. r. il , The Cuba Health Clinic What do you do for excitement in a town of 900? Take a real "l'm afraid it's too late,. . .is there any tannic acid back at the clinic? Better spark up the barbecue,. . .no one will deny his contribution to mankind." qPW:..,,v. t Mc, v,,,,L,,-,,,:,,,-.,.- J . ... jg-Lai., , f If I -I ,W fi' B rr siql., Fi ,.f '- . . : Af' f',.:- f ff : 4 Q, ,N I I ,, f 4, f , ez J t W, me v .as I we in I 'K . ei-4 . gi 2, .. al ll . 1, I 'fda-t Q rl .1 , V I ,.. ,f t - '-"" 'J' ' ' 7-'-To-T5,.3,.f1-i .V 'iii ' , ' ff V.,-, , ,4- ,Z r , e l, W .4 .f 1 - Q f 1 f fr f f W ff 1 f' 04 " -"' ,f sf ' 3, Mig- Flin Y uf. ffQ"95f'??'z1,3.s1v5vL:' .1-, f' " f- f' f, e"f' , , ,stew ,. .-Q I, ,.,,v ,. . - . , , , 1 on -are -- A M- 7.4, .W ,a M. .- Coyote Canyon Clinic,. . .60 miles from nowhere. close look! . , V- , '- .. .1 r Y -,- . ,ll - . .--"f:'y",""-.,f1,"vAr ' W' , , 75 " "2 CH, '--1 af ' ' 5 C - f-'f.P5'y- ' fff li iw 3 ffl mf' . ' .' , 'V' 'Q . - iii:-fr .Yr 1' 'fiz-'v4J 14: 1'i"',:' , J ' ff l - . , fu, i.. V- X ttf, 1,541.22 9' V, . !,,- 1 V , Fx -'t4'-.f1f L -cg, V- jf- k if 17 N, I ' ' , 1 If QL, l:. f' Li l 122. ' ' A ' i7'7i?3577':T1f'-il r " I I ' 7- 21 Internal Affairs DeQt.: IIN SuII:er'mg WIW Ao all -Ikgsz ,jgggggig f:'::1::x:.5i!?'.TS K I heuri'ris and 'WIS I Siornach heuralgia, , , dm I i 4 MEDICINE I . r , - I , I Y ' ' D . IVI I'lI D I I Dr.-19582 RISING Dr. Fred Holmes Dr. David Waxman Dr. Max Allen F H On 9 D - 3 ' I I I I 3 5 x ,. 1 , if ,," I f 1 I 11' f . . t 1 ri I 51: - -I V Age. gg gfqia. i, 1 I I A WHAT'S A GREENBERGER? at 141-if ' x ' , 1' in A HDTDUG BETWEEN TWU REFERENCES! Dr. Norton J. Greenberger Chairman, Dept. of Medicine Xi sf .Lil Q- N Q Dr Lee Dunn Med cal Cente La yer -13 w-11 --C1 ,. Sorry e couldn t g e you a page of yo r own ut aft ll you f aren ta real doctor -O -tuvai 1,....g ,lt 77. ,, l ii I Th 'V l e Name of the Game Defi.: l D 0 - 1. Take a double dose of Compazine and force yourself to laugh at Dr. Fiomig's pun's and jokes. Better yet, think of one yourself. ' 2. Before starting Pulmonary Medicine, take ten 50 yard winds sprints a day for a week,. .so you'll be able to keep up with Dr. Ruth on rounds. 3. Wear asbestos underwear and begin prophylactic use of Preparation H one week prior to starting Dr. Azarnoff's service. 4. When an interesting patient is about to be admitted, meet him in the admitting office so you'll be the first to work him up, even though it's someone else that's up for the next patient. N 5. Try to get on Dr. HoIme's service,. . .you might get in- spired enough to work a little harder. 6. Know who pitched in the 1927 world series, how many games behind the Royals are, and who the latest Football Hall of Fame members are when you are on Dr. Allen's service. 7. Before starting your VAH rotation, memorize the ATYPICAL diseases you MAY encounter there i.e., COPD, cirrhosis, tertiary syphilis, active TB, and inadequate person- ality. 8. Be sure you let your staff man know that you plan to specialize in his particular field of research,. .also, set up an elective ,module with him in the future but drop it as soon as the grades are in. 9. Review charts of other students' patients on your service and ask obscure lab values from three weeks ago while on rounds with the attending staff. 10. When leaving the floor, make certain that the chief resident can "reach you in the library." 11. When asked by a resident where a fellow student can be found, tell him that you last saw him asleep in the library. 12. When doing your own EKG's make sure that you get it all on a strip less than four feet Iong,..Your resident will love you for it. '- How T0 GET A suv 1 , l E A ?, vi , 3 H Front Row: Drs. Dunn, Grantham, Bolinger, Liu, Greenberger, Ruth, Azarnoffjifch tier. Third Row: Lewis, Arvanitakis, Huffmann, Amare, Hudson. Fourth Row: DWFSF mer. Sixth Row: Godfrey, Santiago, Stephens. Not Pictured: Drs. Bill E. Fiubin,-lllffm Stien, Phlay Ming Azol, Hemor Fioids. " -1 wker M at D Presents: mon IN MEDICINE! DONT: .J . ft " l j 1 1 . , ,. A J' X 7 l v' . V , E I 1' de? g - ll. l . 'l . l f 3 5. lk 1 - 6 A Echschulte, Klotz. Second Row: Hurwitz, Brown, Chin, Kyner, Allen, Cross, Whit- 3K Rhodes, Meek, Lukert, Fifth Row: Dujorne, Davis, Kennedy, Diederich,Wong, Bry- ihn Diss, Jenny Talia, Ima Smegma, General Malays, Ruby Ola, Rosey Ola, Frank N. .T 1. Don't ever, ever ask Dr. Dunn when the EKG computor will be working. 2. Don't take a medicine module and try to work on the yearbook staff and hope to get a superior. 3. Don't study on the floor,. .even if you have nothing to do and no patients. Review charts, walk back and forth in the halls, order a serum asphault,. .do anything,. .just look busy. 4. Don't talk to your girlfriend when Dr. Hoogstraten is talking to her at the Jigger. 5. Don't worry about getting enough sleep. You can always catch a nap during the noon conference. 6. Don't ask your resident to start an I.V.Keep on torturing the poor bastard until you get it going,. .no matter how many times you have to poke him. 7. Don't leave the floor until your resident does. Stay even if you have nothing to do. 8. Don't miss rounds,. .that means pre-round rounds, morn- ing rounds, work rounds, chart rounds, quarter pound of ground rounds, grand rounds, merry-go-rounds, house staff rounds, "Howdie" rounds, Row Row Flow Your Boat Rounds, and fluid and electrolyte rounds. 9. Don't plan to catch a nap on 3-A without telling your resident that you're going to some obscure sub-specialty con- ference which go on at all hours of the day. 10. Don't ever answer a "yes-no" type question by admit- ting that you don't know. You have a fifty-fifty chance of getting the right answer so just blurt it out as if you know what you're talking about. A wrong answer isn't any worse than an "l don't know." 11. Don't get discouraged if you happen to be the fifth per- son to do a history and physical on a patient. Try to keep your interest and enthusiasm up even though there are ten students on your service and there are only five patients to go around. Just understand that this deterioration in the quality of the clinical education at KUMC has been going on for a number of years and there is nothing you can do to make it change. So just keep your chin up and try to keep from screaming. 12. Don't complain that you aren't seeing enough patients. Most of the faculty will say it gives you a unique opportunity to study the patients you have in a greater depth..a real in- teresting study when your only patient in the last week is in for his yearly check up. The Beat Goes On Deggt.: Dr. Dunn. . .So if Everything goes according to schedule, this computor will be re three more years, right? yl Mlffgg t. , , J ' 'Saw as -- 419 1 F . -:u yt. 4 4 x 4 ady in I 1 Med Stud, "I just don't hear any murmurs in this patient. Doctor, "Of course you can't, it's a grade c nmotoev f,- Pugh! IV. 31" ' :gg 2' ii Wil ' ' ' 455 E? . ,QQ '22, Q f-' .ty q,f:,g:- u.: w?a. :,w'i?': 2 H LMC: " ft '-5" ' MgL'Jf'fffi ' ,-- x ' -1 .W - t24.i..fs.Y',,v'a.,,-,.ffssw Q,-,A-1 Ni , few., .X , ,X A Q J? Q? , , ,MI lt. ' fy K W 5. , . 'ht if ff 3 ., . ,Jai . - , t J , Dr. Wong. . .I don't care if her potassium is 5.8, this EKG says Dr. David Pugh ..,. Posture Kingrrof KUNIC and 50 yar hypokalemia. Put it in the teaching file! dash champion. , 59 D DUNN S netkyg I R k IGBBXK Dr. James Brym The EKG techs,, . .the reason so many KUMC patients have a mysterious sinus tachycardia over the chest leads. E ,W 45 E l 1 7 ,Q I 64.41. .. ff 1 d round el' ! 'J S L J sf' 4' l . 1 -4.4 :u:.::.L3:. xc.-' ' -:..:.sm., .-. .e . Help Put The Squeeze Q, On A Dreaded Disease! , 7 Il l'lI.IY DF WUI H1530 IJIHICIXS SIIITIIS FIJI M 'I ABKHHHN Ea . .xr ..,-I... :.:-.5:. - 4 . ., .... ,..""..... ..- ... .. .,.... . .. ...... 4 DOPQT ln' IT HAPPEN TO YOU! ' im, 'K 1. H-1-yn::'n.u nu. l Y 9 . ..., e W 1 .Sl , 4 L. Y. .. , A X' Dr Jerold Rau Dr James Kallvas When If comes to ACNE he doesn t fool around .meh 43' be Q Dr Chien Llu ik' ibm e B-3 XX Xu. 42.4 Dr Larry Baker and Dr Glenn Hodges Dr Dan Hlnthorn CTIOU DISEASES e N! XX . . JU IN mann numv nu - , 'romwl . M .,.......-w.x......,f..m- Ms Douglas H N I C . Pls As you can see his mlnd IS kinda Romlg around Q'-'75 x X, Qf 'JV 52 il ,Q Mara if ' 27 . , 4 'i , A - wi, . I ' . . . ' ryuzm- V :F Ai: ' K . .P , Exxxfbq A . ew S 'V ' Q ' QA N ' , xx l S P f S . so ll 33' l W alex 5 M,X ,gi S l e h X Q f-.rl K' sv 'f x nf! l v A k - W LA 'fur' ' fl . pea f - uw l as 4 S QF S 'ig . l ' 29 514 'iid 'Muhf- S W?M,w gftsjji. 'L "' - . . :ffl 'H A V 2 " - ,. .,--'- Y: -'r' ' F . ,--- - --- A 1 " Y W' H-f ,4 ..--4--. -. -'-.-A ' .- Y x'- 1 .fill ,, " V Tnevnaln I' - 4 V my - ! wh . ' v 5. IA . . . A 5 f ' I M ea is S I I I U lf .if , - - Q iw' Q -V L Poor Protoplasm Dept.: Dr. Barbara Lukert First place tie with Lee Dunn for most cluttered desk at KUNIC. fl -' 'AE' 1 - '- , l ll ' a 2 ' f l Dr. Charles Hartman 1 i s and Dr. Joseph Meek , I ' F 55' X aww AY l ' . fi , 'ggi ' l 2- fill ' jig l X , 3 f Q55 it X - 1 l ,g E . NDOCRIN - Loca 'i Don't Die Alice, Transplant Dept.: ' Dr. Dan Cross Dr. Fred Whittier 1 H .,g I V, Q :et K X 4 XT r lb 1 4 ' .. Dr. Jared Grantham doing a ram dance in a heroic - V , effort to get a patient's urine flowing again. 1 .. W., lf 'Q fi ig fm, 1 Wim , 2 K '21 W 5 6 nm-M mt. 1 n nm. wa., A X g an.. mmm nuuvurnu: I ' I Dr. Robert Bolinger Dr. Joseph Kyner LOG- I w f I Il N HJ, I Dr. Arthur P. Klotz 122 yawn Dochm Bag with AND INIPRESS YDUR Llfalltlitbvtlllhitxide I llhv I lwlldl INIIKXYICILINKI upumam w-Mullin: ry Bm c . .. . , pmiiuny miywwr Bmw' -wnnmnzwm ewmuam rum n-pm amung yarmmpl xeagnm iolmpmxpallclgmdmum re- mn nm vnu ' IIFIBSIYE flllll KIT Jfl -S4510 ,fa 2 I- FH ".r.1':..1..: :: . '+.:.'r:, iunnsuv: nun ur 192-MSM TA ri' I U .J,' '-I ummonuml nunuuulm :mains mtfrylulonf mm: IIIPIISSIVE YILLEIKIT l"'I"' IMPRESSIVE DOCTOR S BAG FILLER KITS In nx - sr. mb, ua. 'Svwll uf I adm: I new bu: M mm I I :sq nt-mul 1001 " jf!-SIUN EI 'I -X 3,4 ff! 4 ' 'J ,- cj lf ig gfir gel s..a- Q - Z, 72 lwlill ldtli bf 95011 lllillll IH!- IWIDIII and Ol W villlilllh Il D60 l I 0 ill Ill I lmhl IA ulnlvlxllllllllenllllil I X l um-xnmiayw .W , . .... ..L.., ..,J.T... SNIEED w illx . . f-.-'-Q . A ff' I -N ...a.,:..,' 1... ,.'?u . M I , 5' 4 X - R ' 'E -y..'h " GASTROENTEROLOGY G.l. Blues DeQt.: Dr. C. Arvanitakis Never let it be said that the G.l. docs don't eat well. Q5 I ' Here they have bar- becued hepatoma with boiled metastasis. W. l ' 'sa . i ' Y l : 'l rg! . I lI . ' ff' L 1 gf' ' ,t f' ,V - - -,e-: WM, A, Rare, unretouched photo of Dr. Azarnoff actually smiling. Dr. Aryeh Hurwitz ' Dr. Carlos Dujovne 'e TW X " ,e Dr. David Huffman I, - ft Xi: . -Q-- Inf' Dr. James Rhodes and Dr. Graham Calkins CLINICAL PHARM L Mg- - ' f'. !'k V X 1 lt Grows on You Dept.: ll Dr. Barth "Dutchie" Hoogstraten i I . ai fy 4 Kia 'T J t Q I V' K, It's a Matter of Life and Breath Dept.: i ' ' ,r,,r ' - ---- - Q-. lun. 3v,,'X . 1 gl V 5 . V, l' .4g,.1t . M X S ,ge 1. gf '52 ,t - , .1 - e . We- as E E ' 3 If A Q' gg, Wi-ii, All Q35-'gfz .W if 1 as QQ. Q yi . 'fi r f 2 K 1' 5' . ff ef , K Six ll 1 I 1- a x like 'l t r X X fi 'S x V lj ' f . A , - , L g Sf!" ve: af S' ,A iss .i f Dr. Roger Bone ' HBIIO there, Dnfluth I 19,1 1 lu 17 I E l 4 ,s '33 SEVEN SIGNS YOU DUN T HAVE CANCER 1. Persistent steady breathing and long-winded- 'iflivrv E Nulhing Sn Dnwrrlill is rullm Dr. Pingleton and Dr. Santiago IPULMONAR li .ff-Q - ,z ,Q I K - nfl' f pina, tl . X X Dr. Chan H. Park Dr. Ronald Stephens . Lack of warts or moles. 1 . Firm and satisfying regular bowel movements. . Smooth silky flesh all over your body. . Pleasant drowsiness after Iarge.meals. . - Dffepland contented SIEEFQ- UNDISEASED human breast . Tlckllshness of feet and rlbS- Dr. William Ruth and Dr. Gerald Kerby l A, ..-, L - I O I v f 5 lo 'X I K ,I ' I -. r ri" , E ' . l sy' 0 Mafia f 5 l fm X lla.: -fl,-'. l Z L nd ,- I I Hi ,-"' v i Dr. Joe "Gannon" Henry and Dr. Leo Johns W 'R 4' X . 'ff Q' jg.. 4 -Y I :gig J ei . f , 'f W 37 xx ' V .A 1 . le 7 V Y v 4 KN fn "D -A I X' x , 5 1 F 55 mx 1. 'Q Q "-'Q '. 1 5 Armin- Shake, Rattle, 84 Roll Dept.: .-'fix 'R Dr. Arthur R. Dick gn ' ' '- H ,. M e 5,93 f -W 1 .. E,fl V T A M . ,, .1 AI. f ff W P wp ' I ' N ,JI 1, 2 ff lffl-. ff Z 7' xr? Q '11 r 71 3 r ,INR ' ' f 'l.-' If' 1 Y! Tug. ' -fax 'X J W . fl J ies" " ' fb E if 7' 1. A ' e fy . 19303, . Q- e . at we NE UR N L I l v.. W In 414' . I I I . ' 1 .7 14 is n f, 3. .-.s M if ' X :cp 1 - 'K 4 f 1 ' K 5 v 9 -. .6 Ai RJ' 1 F ' 1, pf , Dr. Erich W. Streib AX XA. f . X Dr. James R. Couch and Dr. Irene Bettinger Dr. Dewey K. Ziegler F.L.K.-Degt.: Just what does it mean to have "Iow set ears?" Dr. P. Hathaway Dr. Robert N. Schimke NOW thatrs what AY M I cal! a real ' Xu f- - f 'll":i-Nj FunnyLookingKid! ' xQX " at X' I-'f ' l M ' ? ' .V g r-- ' 2 .Qin . ' - I , . ?' " 2' 'A ' x JA' . 15 Q ,. ,, I " Z , A , '1 ' . 4 T54 n. . Q' K L ' - X f' ' an 1 - A , X - 5 ' 1,4 . M ' f f ' What,. . .me a F.L.K.? . tl A 5 A 2 31 Blood and Vam ire De t.: Dr. Kurt Fleissmann Medicine by Trial and Error Dept.: Dr. Sloan Wilson Bad .4 ' ' -S R Dr. lVlammo Amare ,yflvy-.. ' -mi-f' , Dr. Robert P. Hudson . 4-' ,. - ,, ,, . eww , , fygw ML Bflfl' iq . 3 X My in Vw l M l These total body wash outs sure take a lot of blood! DF- Herbert '-ind5'eV Another glorious day at the Mecca Dr. Daniel Stechschulte and student Leak, I knewthe Hospital First 91 325 dee. u . in Yiiflolceptiflfglify' f 2111! :nd secorid DW6 NG DING- accammndationsl But why are Q' of all, did you see fn you cnafgingmefefan 5 mesizzumm DING. Xxx fxxf' ii x ., "Exim-urge Private mmrfwz , corridor!! ' DWG W J, X ,jjj QW' N il: i QW w 'lf"f Q? DWO wif V I 'X '- f fl v mf vf ."" - if , ' X Q ,-it PQI, ' ' ": ' N E- . f 1 4 1 . - ' i 1 .x iw ., E 00' W -fs it E I Jr! are Q I till E 1 - lg Q Adi X 1 Darlings of Theta Algha Beta DeQt.: ' I ' V, OBSTETRICS 81 GYNECOLOGY N., X, E t- Iwi 4, f .1 6 Q, '-if mmwefa. Dr. Rosemary Schrepfer Dr. Kermit Krantz "Where the "Sd-", does this +x'x,4,ex" piece of 'WAHM' go? T O 'I "E DOCTOR FREEN I , Q 'Q- ffi 'WV' i i ai -. I M: 1 vim,-,g -.3 . ' xxx j e . . iw 1 f fi 'O I 1 ft TWA!! . 0 A , . . Q Q 53 1 iw' KRT!! Y X ,S ' M 'I E 5 I I ' 7 f "' D f i V fag, Xi at A 1 F L ui. 1 Lit' , Q X , -. A . ew, ,, ,san i tw:-"1-. Dr. Masterson, KUMC's answer to DV- Stark W0lk0ffNleIl0wir19! Jimmy Stewart! gt "r it r , . ' ilii ' i ' "" :H . :F .fm ,. ' I " Lf "L uf- lzf' ' "1 if:-4l.'A'i-: '55-?ffi'5ff5 ' ' 2'-- 1' .fx-I 11- he s v' 4.1 .,-:g,.qg --N - ' -ff'-'-4 33. fi-2. -' T Y f, - Xff3':1" -,f Im '1 I -- 'tx 'f .- --..' , .'. - --ga, , 1124- 1 ' r ' t " .N J 2 ' . r '-'A . . 1 " 11 --Ib . I L V,, ffm, ,V ag 1 'Z ,,,g, X y I W V7 Mana. ph H mf 1 2, ft- 7 1 Q Mfffff Q 1, 7 fniu 1 M l wh A 4 , YE' , 1 3,21 1,1 in X 7 1- 7 ,jf lf 1 J 1 12' if as 1 wif , 1- S, ,114 92536 Zip A? 2? 'QP' g J ff ' " I M. Q , I, ww 1, - ww l J f 1 ' -N X, afN . .t . . . 152 X X . l l ' , .V R XX ,N yy Q, M I gg - xx 1 1" 1 , l L X j 1 22-M l l - f x fi xx X ,Q xr " fi X S, 'N We b I4 nr iw , X , at t 'N ,f X W as ,J f " 5 4, X My 5 gf, 'f Ut ft 5 , rg . t X l 9 ' 'xt ,ff , "Qi Q in MHQ Drs. Williams, Whitson, Carter, and Hara Ji' A E f f l! D ' ,Q . lj , 1 5 S t 1.2 2 1 f X 5' f 1 ,lf ' ,I if L' A X ff: .. ,gr A P if I x . - 'Y 'N 1 : ,ff ! 1 I 4 6 W .1 9' gi X Q R 3 ff .sq gl .Lk A Dr. Hensleigh Dr. Haswell I?lfi?3lF"f??Yl ' lEH'ZE'EE:.,. , . . r fl? 4 ,. . I i., 1 . . .1 W g f.g1,.,'- J.. UWM- - - 1- X --. .--- - --L+-Q -.-..-....-.-....... -.1.::LI-L.L3gg.:-'..L:'"" Q, Q 4... IT... .,,. .2..,. .. . . --I' - ' " .p.l,-f..,-fiifn., 2,r:,:vHNf,?,-,ii z.f.:.1fflfiff5i,f5T .1.fZZ1,,..4,,,,Qf15,MA gyindl mfufnn " . : ftf'l:"I2.t21:':'1'T,'11 i ., ' , 5 5' A I - ' I ' if z e ' 1 , . , . .,...W. . . , A , 1 -1 1 'fel - -V - i ,Q .. i'C11i "'f" 113. '1 .. .,.....- ,,,, .,...l .... ...l..g...,. ., l- ,L,,, ,L.,. i'1',...3:1....:.. 1 g-l,...:. .1-iT.1:.1.L.-,,-.,,:,:.L.,., .. , ,., .fgl . - .. A , ,. , ,, , , l"ldn+l'xlx,' biliurjl' ci-loJ"' ig- - fi .x ...,. . . .... i. , 5 , L fl' '.1"lI'1'.'I.2If.' ' ' ' Birth control throught the ages .8172 Dr. Glen "lVlr. Cool" Hara arrives at the Mecca. .8173 Dr. Tom Snyder joins Hara's team. . 2174 Dr. Hara takes it easy for two months, his corns hurt. .7174 Dr. Snyder sprains his wrist. .8174 Adjustments made on the fetal monitoring device .9174 Hara, Snyder, fetal monitoring device all in good shape. KUMC's c-section rate hits all time high of around 30'K.. 1 2 3 4 5 6 X. i i i ., " 'Al 'li ,gi , ng, I . I ' , ' e-We-Q 6 ni K F ,- Dr. Todd and Dr. Carter j Z RIGHT waowe 'fn-.12 ij-lkeKdesk Dr. Brandwine fig? it 5 - if P ir. i -2 1, 3' - nflersincc Lhai' dey. "' A. I ' evil ui a uid 4 -'N 'V saimkjui, ai M3 1, - l gc Yann " V1 'H -Q 1 1,1 A F4 I his I fa 5-: P t .-1 1 'KW JE LL 1 533 'Wi' ' , wf ' I-'Q ' A f' ' , fa ii . it f"'f M , - ' Dr. Crist, the same photo four ,QL Q H , ,n n years in a rovv. If we could find you we d get a new one. p.s. Note the time! Dr. Krantz approaching. 1 W i i i Dr. Krantz closing in. Dr. Krantz after throwing the photographer and camera against the wall. PHTHALM GGY QeaMtf..CELEBRATES 25th YEAR AT Kuivic Dr. Albert Lemoine, 25 years of service. Dr. Jerry B. Wurster and Dr. Robert Polson, 25 years ago, the Dr- James Robmson first ophtalmologv resident at KUNIC. Dr. Thomas Coulter Burmese charges aleriaiculouss WMS" ' "" """T"i"' Nnnq ' Of course 530.00 fora box of monogrammed . But. sir! One of our ' remember you wouldn't! siali0neryZ! And S250.001nr a ' solicilors sold these to that You were donation to your new Sarah J. you right after you came Egan: delirious- Fingerhut Memorial Pavillion!! up from the Recovery Room! at the lime! Er Ai., 1 ' . -. - ,.. h HW, far, - ,- , s . x .leg-99' S e su, P V of 1 ' E S I i .jf-f,f 4jq:L,.',gfg5, , ..,, .. -,-:cgi P i?4.-V ef?'f , . 4- ,gfi-1 -r-, et.:-:vw 'iqfg-11 'xx si, -25-3 f girl-i LIS? s'+1F --Faire-i:,. , r1:. i? i:f 4? ' E- sffglccf :ri v ET Q-7'-Ejfl'E??51 ' f ff' Wai x ff? bfiff'--,.21",?1-2,--cf Lia-551 ?2-"" f - -ff 2, f:,-324- ' "-' f-iff' ? AM AN 5 ? 55 msANEEYE 65, 45 Lf' 5 nxfmnunlm 37' fi' ' nornevoniunrounow 1- Vu - ,gg EE urn-mr:-nuwwems ,Y ' 6 A Sig XS- ...-..--.-1..- .... .....- X fgllxk Z :gi 1.5 t 2 ,Stagg we, - ,, J f 42 f - We ' S3521 t , :f"t'-ef f GX Y-QQXR :NS rag, - sg-Q sggs ely e -5 . 'N-3 , A : . Q X-1 i'. 1 .T f--" - NN- 2 -f . . A 1-. xx 1 ss ,4 -- rs- 1 -. ms ... Q ntatsg, X31 - swf, L I7x'xx' w.t l N X E 'S -fe X X 'E 5. X, -i 2? E315-fi -' I as ff i N stiff? t .gi .. - ,iq gzgl, . - .sim ,iiyigr 4: Q :V XX t, XP,- V- "vi , 5 ' at Q F ifi m zf ?-nic? -3352 g if - -'nah 333-K - :F F - vs W- . t"""'s5rD' keg :sl 5 X x i f-at E: X 1-.S 2 A 1115 .-ft S+ kagi V -.1 1. V' Hg,rQs.?'W V3 ' ,-K 'LYBH1 -ve'-' fe- f '4 ' W..-RQ:-r.'sQxxx?5-,fxiE 5 "al .-. x .t ex .- -1'fs-.f.b-N.--H-mit.umm11-,EO-1. Dr. William Pilchard and his Walter Nlitty Dream Shirt. This picture is in bad taste, and the staff of the Jayhawker lVI'D stands firm in it's commitment to refrain from publish ing this photograph or any similar trash in this fine publica- tion. K -' lil . The Chief,. . .if only this photograph was in color so b 'army RMU . X you could see the color of his face! At the oohtalmologists office! ul . X I r 1 Wil 'X f I. Q W7 'l '0 .Q Er", gl" 5 c , .jim 1 - 1 A V 1 Y lx XA A E: A l N-3 ,i V 0- , i A 7 ii. 5 gnu- fi-'C-.. ' e-. I l'-9' 4 "":----fa N -u.. ' -4 E A 5' I J A I! I 114 1, 0 ,,,- A gb 4 f I X Ja 0 'H ll!! 1 i , l vi' mf F 1 l ll E il ll E mlulw g, l l . 1' i . ' l N..,f A 1 mu' 'I Img I l -l fl V-I ii K Q l rl UQ and Coming Degartment Degt.: . zN'.' . . V "7-'. --' - 1 N .J ' H - ? 2 . , .1 L11 - -.-.X i" . -7 ,rj x' 55 i' it Q .-, . ' '1' 921' .4 :. -. -. - - V . f' A Lf "fs .2 ' .v ,,"' Y ' zfgu Q, , , V fa 1 ' H'- f is-. , 4, I ' ' Q . f 4591: s X 3 Dr. Burton Dudding, acting chairman and IVlr. Jack Jones, administrator. Q? tfsjf: L , - ' . .2 I u. 'i .XY Dr. Sanda Arvanitakis and Dr. Herbert iVIiIler 5 5 al-Ni,,-9 2 5. In , Dr. Tribhavvan Vats and Dr. Bruder Stapleton tb 'W 15 'WU i - A -lu. , ' v " L.. gfgelfw '- A z .M f Q ,af - , n ' H' P' 7 if ,?1c5.Q'ff,' H' 4 .1 Q V.. . . Q, .. . U.ggv,'g.j, -. 1' K Z. . VW. . , ,lr ,Y MY.-1' -, 'fi ' Zi' G.. -, f Q Q.:-5:1 W f . - li- 5 5 1.3-,t, . 4. " - , amp 11. , ,iq ' ' ' mst ' ye 6 X H ' " . r il" fs J t. f' r . Q , , .J V di H. .K ls.- .Xt N! x , Dr. James T. Lowman and Dr. Myung Park rdf! ml Ph.Ds. Joe Weaver, Duane Thomas, and Nancy Cairns L.. ,412 gi X arf i 4 ' " . Q 1 l-Y' ' T: if," . ' 0 -5 ' al: K ,Q ' ' ' - fr y 431 f. X 1' 15' ' 3,14 Q- 4 mf . Q 'i 1 Q gg i-52 jfs,-fly ji. ,gi ' 1 - V .Y A 1. H. - Q f fr N. 1 i : YIM 2.1 f rf -1 , .5121 Ti' we ' f ' ' i Q if 1-in V if V I A A x v: -- A N I I -Y ,- 3 1 X 5 'W' -4 - , 9,1 A , , ix V x ' 1 LQ .5 -nf-,2 - Dr. Shirley Lansky and Dr. Grace Holmes Dr. Wayne Moore and Dr. Chang Tsung Cho . - tra N, f . . Y, lf,,i" --He' A ,3r'Afil?k an Dr. Steve Kalavsky, Dr. Lillian Pardo, and Dr, Jerry Lowman Dr. Leone Therou and Dr. John Spaulding -rf , " XL?- W 5 H 4' ,Xi 5 I : -' c .lei vi- nl , El' l r ' ' Q Xue r......ll!. nf I N , , 53"G,- M W2 virgo of , we J-X ' YE . L Af: V ,ffl Key: ,. X 5 ,f' A. Child not tolerating Barbecue sauce A' B. Parents on Methadone program f' C. BINGO legalized X M ' 44 D. Child compared for five months ' "L , E. Liquer by the drink passed ' Dr. Carol Lindsley a A l Qi' ii T' A f' ,s :,r! F 1 Pediatrics Degt. Continued DeQt.: vi In 'rl' fm" rx ' as ' 4 ' Q., '-4 sv--W lVlr. Jack Jones QF' Dr. Howard Fox,. .from the East, bringing the late to the children of Kansas. .4 st neonatal knowledge Dr. Richard Low working in the new Neonatal Intensive Care unit wh neonatologist Warren Rosenfeld instructs. Dr. Antonio lVl. Diehl ...hi , yn. -Q, 'W -Q , K, se V, 'f :pf 2 . .ss-Z.. W if Dr. Richard Zakheim 2 f 1 r 5 , l is 4 15 s e 4 -Q in Great I i He Moments I in Medicine Onne me um! im ,uma . . . am me ,mimi has nga-ulnnj manga, . . . an me family L1 mama and gmt!-il . . . rhifl me time when me pnysieim experiences one of -he gmt mow: in median In fm, me ,mam moment in medicine! Mxinlyfrlfi mmm when he Pune his bin: nm me fame when .ii qua, years of mining md smdy md work mm worthwhile. And fhgm' amy, me aww: dm me shock might mm mm businas far him! i 42 r f isss e V' grrir ? ,A l ei '7 5.. f P g .. Erxs " , '-4 , ' .. Ft' -. n ' '. " e ' 's a Dnn't you hate . . . proud pare! . youenjoylf holding?-W ,, ,Q 'TJ AQPL 49 2 l 1 Q I . M ' . J 3 . ' 5 N . ,, , ' Q 2 E V 131.1 f if 1 I ! g 4 Q gt ' I 'I " ,H ,kb . F- I 1 - - N A Dr. Humber Leske 3, , W Dr. Edmond Christopherson wr' 1w-jfs' F3 .- - A.. A 4 .L.... "ro" 'zz rszvrmc me sl1.L-fymmu bm, n .W if . nriu nf .mini oil pmfiw, W -' 4 f A '4Pmn..., Mf fm.. rm rw .nr Pm I", wmmiwa A, P.f1.nmu. K, . I- W hi Purnlvad sciemisu ue proud or msn pm: in me history of .ff pf-nafang mrdidne lor nm ma proEr, helping fo pwvm: aww M vim mr mazerinla nm mm higher ml And bzggu imma. for mf mmpre, our mm amnopmem . . . mnquixiwlampngnma ban fm mu , . . adagnea w eliminaxe :he Shock and hyneria .rm mm fa- -mm me pmfm gm . look if your bm. Nos only win he remain nm! aim whzn hc secs whzl you've charged . , , now he won'r evra uve! mm.-1 .m-un ...U . mu-v. nv- 1-I mm... U v.. ..- -DAVID 1 I ' V- :..,x L' Q V .ff 'Z I : 7 il ' , ' 1 . 1 .' f 1 . L F -.., W. ,A W M fl ....-1 if 1 ' 'x W ' lqlkxfu : Muni .Wifi 4 f '. ' ' s zsxr brand new baby! e 1ts who msxst on lelun K I3 Bcslauc pleasure of ...Pioneers in biggermadical bills 5 ' I 1 as 17,12 2 zzz mx unnwuv U H if: - -1 Mind Games Deggt.: --K 1 ,. ., . I SYCHIAT RY Q u. LW ww PV Who Needs Psychoanalysxs 1 'I'-91141 un if B 5 1,7 I ,vt ly , gym! gf f"': W 'r ' QW' 144, Q . by ,. vzfwl V I 5 sv: " A You may ask 'Who needs Psychoanalys 'P Well there are two kmds of people One kmd warnes constantly about thmgs Lxke The Bomb And Atomic War And the fact that the world ls gomg mad Then there ns the other kmd Who IS calm and serene Who never womes about such thmgs That s the kmd who needs Psychoanalysis' . 1 ? X W' :gag , I M . W W ' -' ai Wire? ' I 1"t9i'." ' :.'i,5l5f:, ' Q. -1 14 x, 1 ful- .a " ' ' :' I is." I We Dr- paul Layboume Dr. Kartus,. .his alter ego. Dr. Nlanuel Pardo f -Nia N f 1 'Q ,. K' 3? ' 5 3 Z, gf: 4 ,Q 5 j, 1.1-4 ?". 2 257' ' . Q ' 5, ti ,, 14 A 'S f J 1 ' . Q -fi? , , ivqi P Vg hir: 5 v digg I ,w "' Y' Qi- A xr- U Q 4- fff.- .M W f-X, MN ',, -a n X N --ff v ms, 4 x 3 5 L, 11 ..., ... ,.,,:. , V w w-.fwtinun I ' - - .efrrsm 9' 4'-, D Q E ummm ?, "' 4 .' -s ---.. 1 A x , ' 5...-"' Qt ' fi.. J ., 153 un , ltplfi -ri ,. le. s - -'-, :f"f l1T' Lesson 3. The Psychiatrist See the Psychiatrist. See his Patient. What you do not see his Patient? Look under the couch. This Patient is inhibited. That's why he needs a good Psychiatrist. The Psychiatrist will help him to overcome his fears. Then the Patient will lose his inhibitions. Then the Patient will be free to do Whatever his instincts tell him to do. , Then he will no longer need a good Psychiatrist. Then he will need a good Criminal Lawyer. Dr. Kruger and Dr. Azad -if Ni. Aust GOT TO PULL MYSELF. TOGETHER as 'W ,N NN -X-NS-W V N ment Fourteen 2 by 3 sheets of paper ln five minutes start E.-Q41 jf an , 'V .. V 'I O S' 'I .1 Dr. Lee Denner sets a new record for the autokinesis experi X ff 9? 1 if .C ? f K V FW' 1- . 'X 723 f.. ff' ,,:tC,-QC'-2535" M 'X 4-xiii' sij ' 1 5 liljx QQ, A.-tig'5"1-JQ.f,,'?iX , A :- ,rv-:lf 5- .gif Ia E i ji ee?ffE.:wAgl . G 5 , fi 25- PNQ 'ff ki L "gm ,3-'I' his, Q C fl' fs? -fx-Y xg. Vlpk '. 'X' -2 ' 1 f, .54 Y .E l':?A1""7f?X'5fqiq ,, tif 'Af?'fQ 5,33 P -, Hr., - , get f .Sf -so - "-1 vp X152 :Li 'g 1 spy V:,L,CQs,r!. ill... ,QQ fi" .15 'fp 5 1 " ' ' - l',,fx'j3J ' fy .Iwi'.f.,vL,'J.j'-"".,l' ,li "N tv' P9 ref 1 ., we ye ' -e..-.::- " lx . ' M , ffffe., 53,1233 .V K' tab.,--rf Rishi., 'tix ifgi .., 'sz-X-gwfili-?.Yft.f 'QQLMLJJDM . , mu, t.'f.'.1.,fl,-. . . kg Dr. Margaret Bell ' Dr, McKnelly,. ."Those look like reds there, those look like a couple hits of acid robabl Purple Sunshine. Looks like two pushers worry- , D Y , ing over the Methadone program while doing an unnatural act." rfxi 1 , 11 AY' 7 - Aff -3 Dr. Mangesh Gaitonde getting his kicks. Maxine without her the out patient clinic would be a real drag VAX E545- i,, W nur' N2-TQ, ,QQ?gE..l wo all 7 ,, ,Q ,. K ' X ' . n "4 e, ll self - ir .. , , It K' qi' .M I i J hall Profile and Case Su The Minnesota Multiphcsic Personality Inventory Starke R. Hathaway and I. Chcrnley McKinley Scorer! Initials, ,Y-..- . ,,., .. , . . . ,. 'og' . --'A f ' f -...Ti r Mole ,, . A , . . y ' V - 'CT E lx- ' --- T 1 l - ... ' I . Q ' 'ES . f ' ' 1 - E322 . . 114 C' ' . ' .,-LI AV - Je' f - - Y ' , 21: ul- - l ' ' ' . . ' 175' I V M,i. , .l:- A ::- - --- l .- .- .. ,- A ..- J 1 , lm N' A- 1: - . Sl- - LLB 1 sz- -4- t-- 1- . . zz ' " ,.- . Q - ii:--1 W - - I ' x' IE l - ' .A ::- - - :fr H.- I i .yfnaiaasaai c p lan. .fl me .mm 1 a Culaloq, sl .asm s x fart, N, Y. :oo 1 0-ZSIS Dr Micheal Pronko showing an interesting inventory. Do you have to be one to treat one? T504 li ' 73 Dr. J. Bidwell Our readers can be assured that pictures such as this one will not be found anywhere in this book. T.. 1-. .-,J .J Types Of Patients r P P See the next Patient. To look at this Patient you would never know That the Patient has serious problems. The Patient is well-groomed: Crew-cut worsted trousers tweed jacket paisley tie. Who would ever suspect that This woman has problems? These problems stem from An unhealthy family environment. The Psychiatrist will help her get rid of her problems. Then she will wear long hair a mini-skirt and high heels Just like her brother! ll X X rlllll p ll 'g llllll i ,J yy lwlrx HI ll, . X l.5l1Hll',l, . ,,1 t g l I il- 'H XXX 'A 'llwlil lrv X X I' Q xx . M l, Hurl aglll ftz:-i-54153 Ll L ll ill' 11 ' lf r.. " ' f ' 1 Fisk ll X T K Q1 A 02 l ll I X I Y I Q I ll x Y ' f X QQ Qtsih XL' 1 ' -'Jef S' x R ffl, Sa r X l ' px ' ff' 'Is 'df hs t , , . . At the outpatient clinic. 'w i E I llll ' lr ll 7' L nn d' .pc 'Ss - I-.-x 1 rn n is sr 1 cj' -amz! Odd Vw 551 Ng 5 fl an QQ? 'fi' . tot, 12 mf r it . V y 1 ,Z r . s ri -gn. . - , 1 .4 - T - e - -1 I 'li' ! ' :PI qs R - -'45 1-.TN .,,. ,... .i..n-.aayygrplavic-a g vi- AL ' ' lm' L S 1 J , . ll ll ,. VE Shadow gazer's DeQt.: DIOLOGY W Dr. Arch Templeton Dr. Fred Roberts Dr. Norman Martin F X? i f X David Bowie after 5000 Rads MISC. DIVISION ' s, Richard Riley, Ph.D THE FIRST Iand probably the Iasti ANNUAL JAYHAWKER NI-kD CREATIVE X RAY CONTEST FOREIGN OBJECT DIVISION X-rays unretouched and not posed. -THIRD PLACE- From the VAH, Ms. Darning IVIcSpooI, whose little "accident" happened while she was sewing in the nude. Dr. Pulla Kishore Radioloqy Department continued Degl. Dr. Ralph Robinson -I , 7, YQ" 34,2 ,ftp 3 Lx. fi V. ,X .x-9. 14--gigpflt W "VfgWsilk'fQ..e?.55" I if ' fre:-:Ag ,1f.1'..g 'i x an : A "Qi .H-Q ww X K 1' 5 RW Ja T N 'H J Zafii. .-,L " :iff LEE' J , . , - HP , g,. - 2 Y. f .. , , .HW TQ w 'Q I Sl.: iii ill I l :U ,.f-llbfflll M, "rn an mm I can, but yauwe already imma cu self naman." NQQMHL QHEUT Dr. Justo Sibala Dr. Kyo Rak Lee 19, 'X Yes, now I'm sure of it,. . .this is definitely an x-ray of a skull. Dr. Bob Moffat gk I Iwi MJMM , , . gl anew.-nm r-mv... l lalslv :::r'z::rx.:'v::'A 3,17 3 f fill t....:, ,..'...JZ"' . . 5 1 i I my :rm-4t:':.n':r 'WMC i 2 it ,.5fif m'::':z. " fe-1-' E531 , M. ....,.v., . M, inf .. 'X Q..- Wtill- ff fe ,i l, 1- i wi 'WQW ,ffl filliffij Nr? 2 3 fir X gpg - A QE! ew ,V ,aa I X lu ' ll wail' ldfli 14 L ' YJ . 0553 Would you like to see my feelthy rays? Dr Glomar Gonzalez Q5 Albert Goldstein PhD .....--V Dr Wlllxam Walls Department Chair men sure cause a lot of headaches' efjxgg -Z Dr Davld Preston ll 1-W RADIATION DNCOLOGY Dr Rnchard lVlorruson Normal chest and abdomen Dr Gerald Hartman ,A .ff"-x'. , -,1 , --"4 . ,, X v xr- ,, I-IU f gf f' alta 1 49 CUT-U P D EPT: KETCHUP Ke'l':hUP"' SAIIT' Salt... PEPPER Pe r.. 11- s - . w.i1'53v2ii'iJfZ'..',Ii "JA I on I Z5 'Q 5' -11. Dr. Loren Humphreys--our leader , contemplating a problem. I .J-t I -..gd w- I , -,-,,,,,.,-.,. l ' l 0 ,,+ X if L. '7 1? x I in l N aI L l" if - 'ga l ff 4" 1 , ,' f 5 SI I I IIII II I MI III R, sr, li III I . LII , ll S U R G E RY ,,,4 50 Iy.-'-asf Wanna What happens I II ake ' Idon t 1 ldon t know why. . t . - u buy a l to the winner? V ' ten! lt's a think Y Oh, well!-Let's , raffle? l-Ill! small price' X our scrub up for the You may He DOESN'T to pay to be ,V patients operations! Here. I ,,ma,,aid GII I I be the get operated able to die Q-5 have LI you spit on this f.5's.n ' hcpelble f lucky on by those a natural confidence 5' towel and l'II Gfolfffds '1?.Z'.l.'f one! clowns! death! P in us! wash your fingers! 5 . :' , r II I I- . f 7 . 1 'f 7 ' . L-- ' I v , 1 ' ' .EI ' I . N " H C C ' -,' Y ., , I r - 5 ir IIxw 'IIgI -X y I l EI . I, 'QI' Af I I ,- li, - ,I r I ' ,, 1 .1 I I I Y. I 4.. 1 - as I IQ, - , . , si f es .v M R lf , .V I 1 2-Vg K 1 1 y . its-f wifi fir 1 I, C 1 i , ff t , " 1- I .J , ' of -:ara r -1. Dr. Stanely ,,j'- -1- A . , -N N., - F . I I I 3. . 155:56 rlesen - ,, ,, ,af - f A: W - if 3, I. : , v ' 3 ' 1 -"3 Dr. Arlo 4-'Q ,K , 4' 1 he 1 Hermreck -, ' , ' w'nm mfr ,f ' H nr cii'l"s'.Tfg2Tni 5225 EEST i55'TL?SC?Cf 'suffwnm He" 'E,'L'l'eZJf'T."""d No' T5L'a'3yn3fu'ffff1y3'fag:1T: 0 lam g but He's the only l report Surgeon repnrt YCPUI1 tv lovable CHM gurgeonl one who can save - this to I to Surgery I ' I SUYQGYY I about QQ rescue his ff! " ' lj", , . - -I-I3I::1gfyg:ii'I . the patient now! the A.M.A.! Immediately! -I Imm0d l!2lY- youngI ,agen but II ,, ' . I f If . I ,Q If Is- - ' , - A 'w .ir-9-.Q totally incompetent rII ' - I I -' II .I '- I V' , . assistant! if ' I' I-I T ' " ,':gvfZ'Ex'f,Q2, f,j"" -I 0 ' . ' J? Q 3-lf! ' f 'f L :JU . f. . , , 1 .. - I ,-24 Ig: - . , f 1 . - .QM TII2 I l: " K 5 jg J Yo l ' ..,.Q:f,-1 ',1i.,2q' , '---4 I , f Q' K I ' :.1:,jfl IIIQI 5 II II, , . I I I. -P ' I I -I ' .... .- '- '- - II: We J ' a a a r p 1 'X ' o I 1 if ' ' i- 1 l' -if ll zhasdkigf - , V Q ' f fix 1 of i ' -4012 . ""'. I g qs I 33 le A Winnie scrubs in on every case with Doc Hardin. Winnie is always A ready to bail out the doctors if they blow it. l I H, l 9 il. 'Y V ,r f Z :xl -46,175 ' K ci , 15 ,, I . rg' "X Dr. William Jewell Dr. Alfred Heilbrunn ,,... i P VD. l . Dr. ,xx .... , . X 4 . ix ,ff .fgviik 'K E r , X I f ..z , ,pair E' U In-:QI , W- il , md I n,. .,- I f X35 ,llff Sf: xl-11 ge" - 'rf ew F - 'lf . - NN: 1 ' " i fx is I yo' 1 1 X ! ' S 1 l ,X V if 4 I? in A - f . . X 1 an 'D U Surgeons should learn to be considerate of others when they discuss their cases. Dr. George Pierce , r-. 1' 'F Q lg' 1 Dr. Hermreck has a great way with patients. Paul Schloerb Dr. Robert Boudet Dr. Norman McSwain Vu.. 3 gum! in Sun Francisco , un r please cl-'aim : r ' 5' .0 Bob's Heart Repair 8: Tune-up Dept.: -T U RG E RY 1 , Ir Sa at ' 'slgiaglfawwimif i :Y wsuusritusnvzuismolu F , K" '35 L I I -.I , 1, f i , , Ill: , .M 3 In 1 .5 -nm gg: . 01 n lllk 1 2 L . -Q--Iupv v 2 I1 V7 , L. xv-vu f b an .if q f -r- LP fit R ul' Qu .. . 1- l. i . -' , ew E-may.: 'wwf FK HIS SKN5 GEYYW GJMMY I LDOK5 UKE Nl mon r W, WE. wumtm Q D M:'ws:.,m.::w l . ,, nsfwv name mar' 1 s f J J 5 - fe Q t -7 . I L, '- a' uf Cl I 3 4. l lf ull' i .2 1 . -N Yjlfg iw.. id f ' 4, ,i L I 4 Y' f Y :rf ' I yi 5 ... f X n 5 ! I A i 1 Z q X I . , I, t,:5f-- ae , ' 5' ' llil-fl? "ii: inf . T N" tt 1 Okay, who's the wise guy th t t f' k ' Dr. Robert Reis Dr? lfelicsuiglizggeir m Dr. Hamner Hannah s Helpful Surgery Hints 'r-N 1. Ask the attending surgeon before cutting each suture, "How do you want this one,. . .too long or too short?" 2. Stand away from the scrub nurse to avoid getting cut by her tongue. 3. lf you desire teaching on morning rounds, bring your textbook. 4. Autoclave a sack lunch before scrubbing in with X Dr. Ketchum. Dr. David Robinson Dr. Frank Masters Dr. Lynn Ketchum V ' THEN You DOTlllNKTlllTl' PLATE? SAIRSQQKY can o it C YQ AQ use roots Nl , tljf. J :ef Q .3 'Ni P""h of X N A P s ' I T .us-Ie-f 9 Fl. STEC 1Ui?QiElR A Different Strokes For Different Folks Dept 1 fx I-A f?gQ iii- Don't worry! l've performed dozens ol these operations. ,- l ,-W e l SWA x.AXx ,- ' PHYSICIANS WANTED , .iff SENIOR BRAIN SPECIALIST--Board Certified-- must have experience in heroic effort life maintenance unmarried highly discreet --to work in private ward on special project. Parkland Hospital Dallas Texas. UNUSUALLY LUCFIATIVE bit city practice up for sale specializing in depression 81 obesity through large volume prescription medicines. Forced to retire suddenly. Write P.O. box 25 Fiio De Janeiro, Brazil. N I , , N X X 1 ti 3 2 X X Ni 3 Q Nsi I f X J x 5 xxx X JN X il I 'Q ' A it P 1 ti' ,. r. Ag? hy 4 ' H ' .. ' nr' ' ' ' 1 f' 1 119 ,V ,,, , . x W' rl rr s 'R "' L f 15 3 lk . X DE LEG BONE CONNECT TO DE HIP BONE DEPT.: Dr. Charles Brackett ,X x 'iq Dr Fred Recklrng OXJLR A PLRKOD OF TlME CNE TEND5 x0 falmliik A GREAT DEN. O USELESS lNFORMx l0N Dr Rae Jacobs X , Dr lVlarc Asher 4 xkswf orz oprs rcs i Roto-Rooter Deggt.: F-Ml V o 5 'T 1- A A a" E NEWS RELEASES gi 7' Because of the business recession, we have been informed Q X-' that the ANIA Lobby in Washington will be cut drastically. T1 I, "x I Starting this Fall, the Lobby will be operating in the nation s C3 capital with a skeleton force of only 65,000 men. 42552 HEL L. fig . '11 E55 All We were sorry to learn that Dr. Jim Jerk lost his General ,flifijft-5.x J "sys,-1. 1 Practice License for incompetence, medical ignorance, slop -'Fi . ' py examinations, and inability to write a prescription. Good ' 3 - 1' luck In your new career In surgery, Jim. ...ai -V --t" 1 T i' L "- at . kj I ... ,- RQ Dr' William Valk Dr. John Foret God gave women a uterus, . . and man a prostate. 'PI-' E for 'Y' for" 1 - - H .-, si. . " ini . ffgw'-:"'Z'f X .I ii,fj"Q'i' fairs. sf . A 'L 5.1. ' I . . www-T. to ',:..f' . ,e 1 v.. - 1 - 1?1'E41' a:,1'ir':.2a.!w- ,- ,f X 1 'f . ,Le . . H"gf:ie'2'-,' " - '.aiM.4',.i.,,, H ft-me-Wx? ..Qf,f::?2f'?' gf' -2 fi?Ef4l5'2EiLvl'?" ry: fm'ffa..f,1-" .fr if' K vp I - '- 'fi if' .A ' J- if' , ix... fWii1P1nf'rfa ff .. fm? 'f 'f 4 -ff i :.:q,.Zjl-:1:iQ'6Z'f , .V .. ,-f' I 5 :1i 'glM,w'ff .1 .fzyivwg . ,V 1 yn , .,,, WN. ,' ' 1: ,yfifgig - L "U ' lf'L'fz-4523? J .,! 4 '- 1 yfhlazfi 1 ,:qj,,,. 'sew f .xv i....f1+ Stuck for that Right "DOCTOR'S CLlCHE" ' 'at the Right Tlme? Too alien, a donor lddc paumr- hm. 'mm nr' he ey. w mmm, "u may 1 mu have mmm 000108 of this didn! when 1 W an, em em-ig to my Gl.lCliE- patient, innnd ol' out here in of. :mm You mam may am mi. - annoyance: any mm . . . nm ll you lnvz a copy ol hlmsell alter leaving a Dlctionali Wlnh n copy ol GOOBEWS in your bag at an um, you an mu dig rnunwan, hkmg wllh Llxousandg of other cllnhkb ' a pemunem put ol your vocabulary. 0 'I believe we num I1 in time!" . o "TM'II be 515.011, please? 0 'Now breathe thmugh your mouth!" e 'll-afll he 2100, plnsel' 'O 'Drink plenty of fnlll juices!" 0 "Th3t'Il be S50.00, Blaise!" ' o "Tbere's a.lat U1 lt golng llilmdl' 0 'llufll be Everything you have ln -me bank, and all ynur prnperty, nlaaaf' ' I mm 55.00 lor each my io: GOOBEWS DOCTOR CLlU'lE DICTIONARY Box HI, Blmuxck, N. Dakota REHABILITATICN 4' CET . 'ij' P I T 32555 , 57' N f XA J ji? fl ' , 1 If ' A If av l 1. , l X A Drs. Wayne Brokey, Charles Kelly, Marilyn Burson, John Redford and l'm afraid there may not be too much we can do Micheal Patterson ONE DAY AT THE NIECCA he 'Wav 1 are 36" 'fm 55 ' A -6 A - -4 .- Eeelfg E 5 QQ 5 i Q .a 4- ii yi 9 A ., -- fs. Jas- - f .- T ' if? gi V - Z3 if ,Wi A ee-E5 is -M i N ie -U E, N A ' ,F nfl v f I3 ' Mfg- " mf ..- -ni -'Ps V'-,n'r: , T :if .ll L a-ewvr-?P' lElUf 5,5441 'A-E: U. f as fo eak 116, A 54, lg gg . O ,gf V' N , -,f ' 'A , W ig Q96 ll ff, ' f"'1A , 'ma El :Max ,d pi m f- Q , ima . I 'E' - l l .M ' f -H U ,. - ll NL 1 A-lm E END UF THE FACULTY SECTION , t Z if, E . . , .rf 9 , 1 Q 1 J y 5 .f s + ll 1 'J 1 ci Q 9 s KUlVlC's own international playboy, . . s -Q A33 -- . M4,4,,,,,ay S., R. . . A.,,.,.., ,WM ,ft 1, I W f zzwzfin wfl QW " ,, ' ' fa' .,.E.,,,i,l-,Jw-t., , , . ,, .As 1 1 f 5 . , . is -me A' X ,, I 1 ,.,, , .yow ., K, ,, 4 .ns-A. , U fi r ii my A i..h XS. , 1 Dr. Glenn Hara. fs I - - f if ' "- wwiftx ff P ' .: .Q L .' . iffff' ,fi ' 'V' lf' Vi I ,, 9 , Q -flyer' ,7 f ?'7,,mf..: ,',fE:f?fli1w1 Ma: V. f Qg H ,, ' in X '. 'i,W,x 1 V 5 -KE' ,N 'J' . 1 4, 'L i l l' , , nai ls" 'J ' f - I It K .,': .,Z g A l,,l if Eiia 55, ,, , pf" - ,s wf We , f - 1 .- , , ,V , H gf Q Jw. , jf, lf I s f' 2 1 2 Y of i ' in gm M fi e f A ,A J, ri T f it it fl o.l, so Housfs KEEPS THINGS E n Y 0 s R it F 4 Space for this message provided as a 9'MainIy patients, . . .running for their lives! , ,, X :- a 1 E la 4 1 I 5 ff .4 .fv -E if U 2 E E E Es ...A V NNING 'K' ! ""'Mi i .. 70, , 5 I f ' .H , is h Asif' I! rj 1' i L 'gt if 14 1 Hx 7 r Q N N V K x ' Q 51 f ,, , ff' X Foxx x XV! blic service ' Ww3, ,J. V Jef 2 sg I my A ,. ' , ,, i "V S' , KZ .wig , ,L K7-25 " if - ' - -' + A A ' rw. . v j ,4 Q , A F .v-J " 2 A xv! V U fa N! E 5 I . I is qs t,-gf, . f ,N -, 'fe hi 3 5 1 j Q. .x I I fig- A gags E . x A up 1 , r I J 'f 1, ' J if 7 f 5 ' J 1 Gfff , - V g ' ' 3 " . B 4--x, X? 1 if ' 6? x an 9 A 6 9155, 4 2. I 2 . . ' fi , 0 M I l L . 'tvwlfvil V S Q AH 4 .1,4, 1-.1-w.,q.5 ,, ,, W " , "f-na " 7' f 1-T 4 ',- - L :B - -A Is this aryy way to run a hospital? L, I .iii , ! I. f,.. ,f VQQKTQ ai , In ' A if f?f1g1ff,f?f9:255ELY1?' R . H In ' by A sv P N 7 I , N' ml wffffl, ,, 14 xx .m .L ,K idx , W X N , 12' L. 5 11,7 I ,J f. ,um Q QQ! ,. f ' N wwf 1-.jr zH.'1!.3' L.--U- LJ' ,fm M 5, A yi gum 57 I Q1 ,X ffl i 5 33265 iw! , fi 455 UNQUOTAB LE QUOTES -I may be schizophrenic but I still have each other. -I've been passing so much gas I think the Arabs are after me. -Puberty at it's best is a hair raising experience. 5 te 'f 1 Q gl I J X Z' 1' wr ' if V 3' X X '- V' I seii 1 , 4Li'FEi? XL Hx if f' ,LW :T ,SI . X? ' ' ' ' 5235? 'Mlm 'M ea- 35,9 WWII I I IIIQ ,ff I ff K' ' . iw' vnu' I fl h 'MIM I' , 1. 'IX .L fi, - 1 'HV' 1. I iiHNgIj'EZQWssSExmM ., IC II D I cbsf::sf:s:siw ilfiilfmwi' I A 51- 'I ,J I :'H::5:3SFffWW WG: I iii. Q- ' 1 Another neurosurgical success to add to the Jayhawker IVI D's file of zombies. 2 2 s ' I. -- I if ge ii iz? ijt z??,",nvY I 41' '?'i"Q',--"Qxx9 2 g Nix I, . h A ,I 1, I I if . I 6-I .nf , ,J me I 1 A I , , I ,. A g ,N seep -A' .E jp' - I M I . ,M J, I K h . f I 'e , ,W ,Q Q as I gl' 'lf ' ra: Az dr 1,.1..,, '- s 1 A I,.,, ' V We Gee Ted, that was a great one. Do you have any 5 ' Ag f are--gix more jokes? : ' i. at , Q I EX . . I 'wx 'X , R I 3:00 a.m. in the ER. . .Say Nlac, you wouldn't happen to be a veteran. . ? .-f" UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: -All bleeding stops ,... eventually -When asked what he meant by malaise the VET replied, "Doc, I feel like 20 pounds of crap in a 10 pound sack." -Multiply the Boggan Buzzard Count by the Hara, Snyder, Williams Coefficient and you get the New KUIVIC BUZZARD- CONDOR INDEX for patient prognosis. -A stud scrubbing with Dr. Krantz for the , first time was asked, "Are you scrubbing, son, or just shaking?" ., ..,7,Q,L.V?x 2 A A y4,,x bf 5' Z4 'liarminalini as i a - ' 5 - . . Peei ng- :FL Ccurroplumbum homicide ocrivored with :Q -ij gp 9" W,g',E sulphurforbon-porossiurn wi. I ' A 1 ' f ' nirrore compound? ,A . 3 5' r 5 2- for cerebrol infusion K A I . K, where eurhonosio is indicored. 1 M Cortriclges of .32c, .O5c, ond .450 R ' ' 'Qi 5 1 55' " 'ff' 2 'ILQLQ ',5""'E"""' ?r J A ' - i 2. gy K ta ,V ws! . , fi. 7' Y ' Downjohn J 2 ga Q 1975 The Downlohn COVYIQONY Q ff i 1, : s in - In L1 f 5' f ' , eff , 1, A f. ki. W , fs, 1 ff I MN ,H R I, ,:.Z' ,nfh SA f' f T- is-: X sr 'BC' ., sr 1 'P Q6 us' X is ,. ' 1' N., q 9 2 ' , IN fb 1 I f , ff Ax fg' i 4. TJKG "X l X, ,fi 45 fr Q ' f ..,- I -"' U T1 X sf H . 5 fr K' A 0 N X . E j lVlisc. Dept.: TEST voun BEDSIDE MANNER i, ' As every physician knows, a good bedside manner is one of the most important qualities of modern medical practice. To improve yours, we present a hypothetical case. Study it carefully then decide how you would treat it, and check your answer with the correct procedure 3 indicated below. ,..,- .. .- ii , I. - A ' r 1 1 vx w im ,y Q x YN ff-'73 '..a , ,d I I l , ' - , , 'f x, l --1 ' 'Q-I I Y X ' ci Q 4:01 ' -X95 M- 1 Fx V ' -1 X5 fa Ibis . 1 ' ' .QR ' ' A - ' "1 - 4 . - f. . ,sen ll ' This patient is an 87 year old, poorly developed, unemployed veteran, r r histor of CHF and COPD a 15 ear history of diabetes, ' with a 25 yea V , I V . a 10 year history of organic brain syndromep a 5 year history of rectal - cancer: and a one hour history of having fallen off the roof of the - KCVAH. He was dragged into his bed screaming in pain, and suffering l i 5 from 114 broken bones, multiple internal injuries, and a massive sub- l dural hematoma. What is the first thing you would do? The correct answer is shown below. 1 . i . l , -V . .. i l W ' ,Q-' ' A '25 " M -xr-G ' J 1 l ff f ' XL - 1 Et ,,,f.f f 5 ' ff -s , 2 i I 2 -' -BX - -- Q - fl -s- 1- . I li E x -. - ., -'i , Y-R 5 -'55, NXT l 1 Answer: Sit down on a chair next to his bed, take out a copy of the l KUMC DATA BASE, remove your pen from your pocket, unscrew the 5 cap, and ask him if he has ever had measles, mumps, chicken pox, 5 whooping cough,scarlet fever, acne, and ninty-eight other irrelevant childhood diseases. Then take a comprehensive social history, then a l family history. Then when all this is done take a look at the patient l ldon't spend too much timei and give him a dose of TERMINALIN. l isee advertisement page 591 TJ Nr- X 0 l Vitxniifg I yell? i t ,S il 1 X 'f Aw 1, fr L2 I X X 5 i. l i 4 - T We , J ,x ' , 1 ' .J ' f nf: ' Q i , , T 62 4 r . , f . XR its X. ffl' '7 43 l X x ' A in if' Sometimes silent always deadl . What iSTF? :ls Pl4TElllllllNlllFLllTULENCElPl1 :le ILUMXGEI DIE T71 FOR EEE PIPE. 77" YOU ITIIOW SCESEQTII H..l.?U. Here are six ofthe 140 warning signs of TF: ' Localized cloud formations. - Defolialed trees and shmhs. Q Feeling wallpaper: - Scorched mattresses. ' Lack of friends and acquaintances, ' Unaccuuntahle pal deaths. TF- its not to be sniffed at. 5,9 Fanunner inrermsrian comm: me rr Faumrian- Las Alarms, New Mum 'g YF rounnnrou cmviuau MAuAzrNE An No. uw-A-15-ruin" uw scnszm VETERAN'S AVE. Wishful thinking at the VAH Alfred E. Suggs, . . .with late Elmer P Pudpucker with stages of chronic gomerism signs of subacute gomerlsm ONLY AT THE VAH will you do a herniorrhaphy on a 78 year old man with CHF, COPD, organic brain, CVA's and renal failure. will a patient's last discharge summary begin With, . . ."This is the 103'd admission for this 87 YOWlVl." will you walk up ten flights of stairs rather than wait for the elevators. will you realize how fortunate and blessed you are to have a sound mind and body and a long future in front of you. 2 , t r " r , , .A , b 1 X r V , -gf : .-x-fr ,.: -3 ,,,f,,,-T., 5.v,.:' ..4f' Thomas Whitney Alderson James Hale Andrisevic B.A. Kansas University V B,S, Kansas State Lavvrence . Kansas City Mark E. Anderson B.A. Kansas University Seneca Arthur Wayne Austin B.S. Fort Hays State Hill City i Claudia Jean Arnold Jack M. BGQDV, jjf- I B.S. Kansas State B.AL Kansas University Alma Prairie Village -J John F. Bambara B.S. Notre Dame M.S. Rutgers Somerville, New Jersey 13. 3 ' X it Off 3. I f .' 0 r i, Us QA' Maurice C. Barnes, Jr. Kansas University Kansas City, Missouri Michael N. Bates Kansas University Prairie Village Mark G. Bell Kansas State University Kansas City, Kansas Terrence A. Bidnick Kansas University Kansas City, Kansas Rodney L. Bishop Kansas University Wichita Phillip J. Bogner Kansas State University Parsons, Kansas Joseph E. Bosiljevac Emporia State Emporia, Kansas Doris C. Soden Butler Kansas State University Great Bend, Kansas ,L avi Pk-'ml John B. Calbeck Kansas University Pratt, Kansas ,fum George S. Boyle Emporia State Hoisington, Kansas 'fix i gl: ki 1': f - Sherrie A. Caldwell Kansas University Chanute, Kansas ,-lx ,Q VHF Kevin J. Chismire Notre Dame Topeka, Kansas vol Q r J Kent W. Cox Kansas Wesleyan Salina, Kansas N Terry A. Cox Kansas University Kansas City, Kansas William Edward Craig Kansas State University Topeka, Kansas David G. Crawford Kansas University Great Bend, Kansas X19-. rits. Galen IVI. Custer Kansas University Olathe, Kansas Kathleen lVI. Currey Ch95f9f R-IDGVES Kansas University Kansas UFNVBYSITY Kensington, Kansas BUflln9'f0nf Kansas 1 ., +2 i Mark Dellasega Pittsburg State Pittsburg, Kansas William G. Dunagin Kansas University Manhattan, Kansas '9 -i U, , lg' Rafi 1 I 1 Linda East Ansbacher Southwest Missouri State Springfield, Missouri John B. Edwards Kansas University Wichita, Kansas X if X .il .- , six .i1.. iii, ,..P Kent J. Farney Kansas State University Leawood, Kansas ,GQ --vgq Leonard T. Fleske Kansas University Larned, Kansas James D. Gibson Wichita State Wichita, Kansas 41' V. Barry C. Goldman Miami University, Ohio Kansas City, Missouri J. Richard Griffith Kansas University Shawnee Nlission, Kansas Reginald William Hall Kansas University Kansas City, Kansas i fn, Q, .SN David C Hacker Creighton A Hardin Jr Kansas University Washington University Leawood Kansas Pfalfle Village ...-..-aw-1. . ..,,, V 3 1' Kelly Zack Hart Pittsburg State Fort Scott, Kansas Kathryn A. Henry Kansas University EI Dorado, Kansas ki A Sandra Schreiner Hoffmann Kansas University Pittsburg, Kansas Barry F. Jeffries Kansas University Kansas City, Missouri Richard Lowell Irwin Rhonda Lynne Detert Jeffries KHUSHS UniVefSifY Kansas University Johnson. Kansas Wichita, Kansas SL, ', , , , -X , , . K l Michael H. Jackson Kansas University Topeka, Kansas Richard L. Johnson Bethany College Lindsborg, Kansas I l Robert T. Keller Wichita State Liberal, Kansas Mark W. Jones Kansas University Topeka, Kansas Charles A. Karlin KUFEDTUBYQ F H St t I e ury o ege Hgyts, lggrisasa e lVlenands, New York Ti? ,-an fl? Gaylin Duane Lack Thomas H1 Loqke Friends University Kaffsfls qn'Ve's'tV Wichita, Kansas Prairie Village Ray E. Lash Kansas University Osawatomie, Kansas visit Ottawa University Glasgow, Montana Daniel Joseph Manion Richard Melvin Mason Kansas University United States Military Academy Connie Osgood Marsh X - . . I Kansas City, Kansas Leawood, Kansas Michael T. McCoy Kansas University Hiawatha, Kansas Richard M. McNeal United States Naval Academy Topeka, Kansas ri. . . X 4-va-.qs W, Janet S. Mertz Kansas University Mound City, Kansas .V 1 . it ji ' .DRY QS, 1. A -1 ,444 14- 5422 Jawa avi. 'I 'Z gi: if wa 1 l sl :',g':'7EfT-5, '- V ' ' Q 1. La' -' 9 nf l -',j4':j'-Q-:. 1 W2t.u.3Q R I., A. s4,.,,g,v- f - 4 TL ' -' ,L 1 I n ," P- ,,,,,. 'Y . I G' ,ffiggifi-1: , ,gf f ff 1m 9 59525 - ' i Af- ' - S . .. . . ' ' , " ' I f tf'1?'2 , , .- X. I ,As 2 .1 It s , , I - Wil 1.11 9 ,.,, .-T, wi ff: h -2 .a .,.lt: J . I ihx . V I-.wi-1.-': f 'wi "0-:3E5'21-'C-L - -' ff' fa?" ' 'r - K "Si 'iii-5-55455-145 gi -'th 2- ai- 'Qhrfii ec ,Hg :ex wa 25-f' 1 ' , T 7a'f"f gfiffisw , ' ' , ,Q. v h 3 aff., , t I. y ,fd , . AQ I i., , ,. J ? f 'M fa A: :1 X- - ., , -:sz . ff ',,.xi'5ii--w. Q, . M 'ff , , V Z -1 :jxmasif "-1 . ' 1 - M .rf 'gf ' f f.,-.-4:. g, - -- .5 f, , rf 5. JA., I 5 ,f , 1 'N 4 "" 4 .rf r "' F H 'Zi , , f' ,I ,fig 'vi E' J' -. N N M f .r , K X , A lx Av Q Q ff vial' fs , 1 , . ':'i'?'?31S-gif-Ep I' Zn ,fm 'S George A. McNickIe Trinity University, Texas Ashland, Kansas Bernard Burkett Megaffin Donald P- Miller Wichita State University K3nSfiS UNVGVSITV prim, Kansas Wichita, Kansas Candice A. Morgan Kansas State University Las Animas, Colorado 13 Percy C. Myers lll ' Northwest Missouri State Kansas City, Missouri f if 1 f L f Ernest D. Moritz Brown University Warminster, Pennsylvania 5 James David Nordstrom Luther College, lowa Overland Park, Kansas . 'A' - ' ., N ' '... ,AXA ,r - J. , -..J .. ' David Michael Nagorney Kenneth Allen Norton Kansas University Kansas City, Kansas Kansas University Garden City, Kansas William Wener Orrison Kansas University Meade, Kansas . f'7n,, f X. fr ' ' 1 f Na, A ,W 1 Ax, Jon E. Petterson Kansas University Syracuse, Kansas I5 -.Q-t-fl! ff' X EQ 5 Kelly B. Pendergrass Kansas University Kansas City, Kansas George William Pogson lll Kansas University Pittsburg, Kansas Jerry D. Peterie Kansas State University I l Kinsley, Kansas Stephen Eugene Prather Kansas State University Wichita, Kansas F- . -fr -,L '- -A I i . l , WH: J ff' 'm Van v Flfpili li I 4 N 1 -W"-7 ' ' i . "Li A J . " f- ' lien fif:?5iiii,z'u Nlmmf'i?,'i'i! ' . , -'lefzliri- " ' - -A : . I-'f'7::' f".j2if1"1 J if Q J If fi Forrest A. Pommerenke Harvard University Great Bend, Kansas ,, M ,. Juliana Nlarie Reser Kansas University Winchester, Kansas 41' Timothy A. Rhodes Friends University Wichita, Kansas 2,-If-I, . x. 4 "xx f ' John A. Robinson Kansas University Attica, Kansas Robert Lawler Ricci Jeanine Louise Roembach Kansas University Kansas University Lenexa, Kansas Shawnee Mission, Kansas ' A . Gloria D. Sanders Creighton University Atchison, Kansas Emil Joe Schelbar Kansas University Lawrence, Kansas I ' -Y? ' Am, John Logan Shuss Kansas University Parsons, Kansas Jay S. Schukman Fort Hays State Hays, Kansas Scott L. Smiley Robert A' Sebrele . Washburn University Kansas State University Norton Kansas Salina, Kansas ' 1, i ' v K. Artur D. Snow Wichita State University Wichita, Kansas Marilyn Ann Solsky Kansas University Prairie Village Willeford James Stoecker University of Wyoming Manchester, Missouri 5? Eric Daniel Stucky Kansas University Lawrence, Kansas Robert T. Stoffer- Janet Kay Sturgeon Washburn University Kansas University Halstead, Kansas Hutchinson, Kansas T, i. 1 ! 1 i QC' Sarah Ann Taylor Cornell College Wichita, Kansas Sheridan G. Tucker University of Missouri EI Paso, Texas Nancy Crumpacker Van Slyke Kansas University Wichita, Kansas David N. Weidensaul Kansas University Wichita, Kansas Jai IVIaura IVIcFarland Welch Steven C. Weaver . l Kansas State University Kansa? Un'V9"5'tY Belleville, Kansas Hutchinson, Kansas 'KY ,gan gt' Darrell Dean Werth Fort Hays State Hays Kansas Anne E Wrgglesworth Radcliffe Topeka Kansas .1 tafi ' ' M x -5 'as' 'F 'I' m."!" Lg, Rlchard F Watt Unlversuty of MISSOUTI Wnchlta Kansas Alvln James Wright Kansas Umverslty Pawnee Rock Bryan C Nelson Stanford Umverslty Kansas Cnty Missouri John Richards Kansas Umversuty Hays Kansas rl William C. Bauer I Michael Cannon Kansas University Wichita State University Highland, Kansas Barbara Joan Cudney Kansas State University Trousdale, Kansas , , . Wichita, Kansas Gordon Gregg Berg Baker University Kansas City, Kansas I ir f,.. ,4 V,,, i 2 A .ii E? x ' 1 it Charles P. Czarlinsky 1' Kansas University ki ,ff Shawnee Mission, Kansas U I V . , It i 3. , . .Ar-. Barbara Diane Dempsey Kansas State University Manhatten, Kansas 83 Z 4 2 i , l i l 1 4- , ' l 411 .1 , fl. . 1 I 1 A'-r'i'!'.-'fL't:.+ iff- x l 1 , . l , I 'R E ' o,s 5 ,--.4-.. 1' nw fer-gr .1 lv, Aron Elteto ,f If Cu il . KentState 'L' lf 2 Alliance, Ohio ,ff Y , -:VJ xii if ffl Dv' ati Randall Kevin Fahrenholtz Sterling College Sylvia, Kansas Robert S. Foster Kansas University Kansas City, Kansas , 5 AV ' , If l . 1. Frank W. Hansen rl' Kansas University A, i i Shawnee Mission, Kansas I Kenneth K. Goertz 1' Occidental College li Prairie Village, Kansas 1: i J ! r ,-'i'-...A Gary Lynn Harbin Kansas University Salina, Kansas 84 4 William T. Jones Kansas University Wichita, Kansas E. Collyer Kelling Harvard University Overland Park, Kansas Marvin Lynell lVlclntosh Kansas University Kansas City, Kansas lf 1, Richard S. lVluther V Kansas University Kansas City, Missouri Jack J. lVlocnik Thomas R. Neis Pittsburg State Pittsburg State Pittsburg, Kansas Parsons, Kansas - Charlene Mansfield Craig Alan Phelps Kansas University Stockton, Kansas James NI. Sullivan Ernest Alvin Turner Johns Hopkins University Alaska Methodist University Emporia, Kansas Kansas City, Kansas Stephen A. Chartrand Kansas University Kansas City, Missouri John C. Chatelain Kansas State University Manhattan Nancy Coates Duke University Hilton Head Island, S.C Randall G. Friesen Bethel College Newton, Kansas Kathleen L. Grandison Kansas State University Cedar Point, Kansas Captain King Grey North Dakota State Valley City, North Dakota Debora Jones Green University of Illinois Peoria, Illinois Dennis D. Hatch Fort Hays State Benkelman, Nebraska Thomas Hamlin Hays Kansas University Wichita, Kansas David K. Hendricksen Buena Vista College Sioux City, Iowa SENIORS NOT PICTURED Frederick J. Hesse Kansas University Hutchinson, Kansas Gail Ann Hubbell University of California Prairie Village, Kansas Janice Marie Jackson Wasburn University Topeka, Kansas Judith K. Jeppesen Kansas State University Greenleaf William Thomas Jones Wichita State University Wichita 4 0 . rv , g!Yfy Q foil' ' Yqqg, 1 ul all 'idle' -lt 5 is ue, Q W on for 4 'fgpng WV ' W W 1 1 1 Ill' 'I X I' V 'A 4 1.47 ,au 1'-' is tfuuf rl'-E' igglug' .guy lungs: .xv 1 in Q 1 i Y . vt- - ..? 1' vu --.. ff!! tiff.: A n lj:- 4. :,x-Mx.. 1 I, . J " ' - Fir" " ll luv' 'ff ' - Alia!! . , ' Q X gn: 3. l P-ea: , :2v,., 1 QF!-S3 'TIL-s,-2 : 91 ' I t' 'FI'--.5 A' 1 . . 1 i 1. , . -. 1' 2' Hp. ,FND I '. "" .' ' - Q , v.. --' ' 1555 J '05 In 4 :Jn , Ill ' 52:25 W- 1 4' Ill 64,14 ?r,': f.95e, 35.4 512 4i""'-'? 4 O I .4 . 1 1 vb 5' Ku :V H 1 511. l QQ' K? 3.5 .51 '30, 92 r J Paula J. McKenzie Tulane University Topeka, Kansas Jeff S. Nichols Kansas University Stockton, Kansas Jo Anne Norris Kansas University Topeka, Kansas Frederick Vaughn Plapp Kansas University Mission, Kansas Patrick K. Price Kansas University Atchison, Kansas Douglass M. Rope University of Texas Kansas City, Missouri Richard H. Stein Kansas University Overland Park, Kansas Ronald Wayne Stitt Kansas Univeristy Shawnee Mission Jeffrey L. Wallace University of Colorado Manhatten, Kansas Edward Russell Wood Kansas University Wichita, Kansas i -31 'U a is x -ur wx f,,,, 1,,, HN ii , , ,'.' :iff 1, 1 2.1!-vi-, 'spa-,.',f, ' ,,15',g,i' ' I f ,, ' I . ' I 1 L,"f'.,.'w : , .1 ' Art Austin, Janet Mertz, Darrell Werth, and JIMMY at fluid and electrolyte conference. Steve Prather and Miss Henry Lowell Tilzer John S. Adams KUMC Medicine Thomas W. Alderson St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Mark E. Anderson St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Surgery James H. Andrisevic Hennepin Hospital Minneapolis, Surgery Claudia J. Arnold St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Arthur W. Austin St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Jack M. Bagby Mayo Graduate School Rochester, Medicine John F. Bambara KUMC Pathology Maurice C. Barnes University of Missouri Columbia, Medicine Charlotte Bell University of California San Francisco, Orthopedics Mark G. Bell St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Flexible Rodney L. Bishop KUMC Medicine Phillip J. Bogner Weley Medical Center Wichita, Family Practice Joseph E. Bosiljevac Charity Hospital New Orleans, Medicine George S. Boyle University of Texas Galveston, Medicine Doris C. Butler St. Joseph Hospital Wichita, Family Practice John R. Carlile KUMC Pediatrics Stephen A. Chartrand Children's Medical Center Dallas, Pediatrics Nancy R. Coates St. Luke's Hospital Surgery George S. Cohlmia Highland General Hospital Oakland, Psychiatry Barbara N. Conner Baylor College Houston, Family Practice Jerrold E. Cossette KUMC Medicine Kent W. Cox University of Washington Seattle, Otolaryngology Terry A. Cox St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Medicine Ci Z Sarah Taylor Mr San Barbara J. Cudney Menorah Medical Center Kansas City, Medicine Galen M. Custer Ohio State Columbus, Medicine Charles P. Czarlinsky ChiIdren's Hospitals San Francisco, Medicine Chester R. Davis KUMC Family Practice Mark S. Dawson Michigan State University East Lansing, Medicine Barbara D. Dempsey St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Edward J. Donnelly Montefiore Hospital Pittsburgh, Medicine William G. Dunagin St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Medicine Linda K. East University of Missouri Columbia, Pathology Randall K. Fahrenholtz Wesley Medical Center Wichita, Family Practice :Diego R SHIPS 'Q "Slim" Bidnick Richard S. Fairchild KUMC Medicine Colette A. Fleming Creighton University Omaha, Pediatrics Robert S. Foster KUMC Surgery James D. Gibson University of San Antonio San Antonio, Surgery Kenneth Goertz KUMC Pediatrics Barry C. Goldman KUMC Medicine David L. Gorenz KUMC Medicine Ann E. Grady Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Medicine Kathleen L. Grandison John Peter Smith Hospital Fort Worth, Family Practice Captain K. Gray KUMC Medicine David C. Hacker Kings County Medical Center Brooklyn, Flexible Reginald W. Hall St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Flexible Jerry Cohlmia, Tim Rhodes, Mark Anderson, Claudia Arnold "Thank God it's Friday Larry R. Harper Deaconess Hospital Spokane, Flexible Kelly Z. Hart KUMC Medicine Dennis D. Hatch Wesley Medical Center Wichita, Family Practice Thomas H. Hays St. Joseph Hospital Wichita, Family Practice Frederick J. Hesse St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Michael H. Jackson St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine G. Keith Jantz Baptist Memorial Hospital Memphis, Medicine Barry F. Jeffries KUMC Diagnostic Radiology Rhonda D. Jeffries KUMC Pediatrics Judith K. Jeppesen Allentown Hospital Allerrtown, Flexible Debora S. Jones Kansas City General Hospital Medicine Nolan C. Jones Martin Luther King Jr. Hosp. Los Angeles, Ob-Gyn Kevin McKusker and Barb Cudney Dick Griffith 1 as 'Q qi ls l Corky Hardin, Kent Cox, and Jerry Cossette Robert Sebree and James Nordstrom . ,,,, V f T ,"ifg1T'ggQE.5Q,2q'fi i ii ' ' if , t C V If I Q3 'V .-'ii " William T. Jones Daniel J. Manion V P' W i St Mary's Hospital KUMC f A g , it San Francisco, Flexible Family Practice f af an . "M E if, - 1 1.-Q., Charles A. Karlin Charlene M. Mansfield My . . -5 Kulvlc Good Samaritan Hospital ' do ' " Diagnostic Radiology Phoenix, Medicine y . . ' . gil K Robert T, Keller Connie M. Marsh b . 7 ' Q' W i - 1 KUMC Kansas City General Hospital " ' " uf ,,..t-a-rw 'ff' ff, ' f'f1?3g,t , Psychiatry Medicine f' - N Ernest C.Kelling Joseph P.Martin Q Ty 15,45 , Qi-2r.g,,,M St. Luke's Hospital Nonfvalk Hospital ig! . , Kansas City, Surgery Norwalk, Connecticut ef: t to. i , af' ', . if issgfffig W s -A -if OK Nagorney, don't let Nelson and Rhodes do all the work. Vicki S. Kofender KUMC Surgery Stephen A. Korte Scott 81 White Memorial Temple, Medicine Jearld I. Kupperberg Rhode Island Hospital Providence, Pediatrics Gayling D. Lack St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Orthopedics Michael T. McCoy Mayo Graduate School Rochester, Medicine Philip J. McDonald KUMC Pediatrics William M. McMahon Gorges Hospital Cana Zone, Flexible George McNickle Wesley Medical Center Wichita, Family Practice Flay E. Lash Bernard B. Megaffin KUMC Barnes Hospital Medicine St. Louis, Surgery The last mile Barry Goldmans 50's party Everyday it falls at the VAH, not always rain! if .nf-gf , it 1 . " ' , fu' . ' , 4, , c .ws-'. f is : 1 Q 5 M yi r 1 ". s 'D "I 1 I 0 'X W' .. ' hs l li i - do y 3 1 4 ' " 'I 9 mir 'I ' mf' 3. l 2 ' + W A .ri U i i. '.i ', .. iii lr lx V Q in sl lf, 1. 1 Surgery rounds at Wichita Janet S. Mertz St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Medicine Orvel W. Meyer University of New Mexico Albuquerque, Medicine Donald P. Miller University of Missouri Columbia, Medicine Candice A. Morgan Presbyterian Medical Center Denver, Medicine Ernest D. Mortiz KUMC Medicine Richard S. Muther KUMC Medicine David M. Nagorney Mayo Graduate School Rochester, Surgery Paula L. Nauer Baptist Memorial Hospital Kansas City, Family Practice Bryan C. Nelson Children's Mercy Hospital Kansas City, Pediatrics 'Y 15 .E Q 1 1 James D. Nordstrom University of Iowa Iowa City, Medicine Kenneth A. Norton Wesley Medical Center Wichita, Medicine William W. Orrison Madison General Hospital Madison, Pathology Kent E. Palmberg St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Kelly B. Pendergrass Baptist Memorial Hospital Memphis, Medicine William L. Perdue University of Utah Salt Lake City, Surgery Jerry D. Peterie Wesley Medical Center Wichita, Medicine Jon E. Petterson Baptist Memorial Hospital Kansas City, Family Practice Crai A Phelps Kathleen Grandison, Fred Stoecker, and John Robinson g . Tulsa Family Practice Foundation Tulsa, Family Practice Barry Goldman 8m John Calbeck take a breather during National Boards. Chet Davis Bryan Nelson Sherrie Caldwell finishing alight snack! F' ,Jun nu- i if qgi ' f U LL, 1 4 u 'X tw... 4 iiziiv Fl gil K F V , fm ! " z rf, If K R .: - f v W ll 1 " " 17' , i r? Et? xi l ' y , X Ag,-- '-zg :gag :, 2 ., , , y ..--53,4 1 2' , ar' t 1 ' 5 J . tux Egg:-,, V Q A l 1 . 2 Q A Q A ye , . 31, . Qriigtgji xi Wi' I' V" - fit U 4-A--Iii my V ,A ..,Q.x.,,-M .X MR:--,, Q ,,-f,,'.-'trace . N ' 'F Thomas P. Pirotte Creighton U niversity Omaha, Surgery Frederick V. Plapp University of Chicago Clinics Chicago, Pathology George W. Pogson St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Medicine Forrest A. Pommerenke Kansas City General Hospital Emergency Medicine Stephen Prather Nonrvalk, Hospital Norwalk, Connecticut Patrick K. Price West Virginia University Morgantown, Medicine James H. Ralstin Ohio State University Columbus, Medicine Juliana M. Reser St. Joseph Hospital Wichita, Family Practice Robert L. Ricci KUMC i ,,,,, "What was that serum asphault again?" Al Wright Marvin Mclntosh and Barry Jefferies Jon F. Richards Miriam Hospital Providence, Medicine John A. Robinson St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine David A. Robl St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Family Practice Douglas M. Rope St. Vincents Hospital New York City, Flexible Michael D. Sammer St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Medicine Bradley J. Scheel Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, Michigan Emil J. Schelbar Baroness Erlanger Hospital Chattanooga, Medicine Jay S. Schukman KUMC Family Practice Robert A. Sebree KUMC Medicine Family Practice Dallas L. Richards Thomas M. Shields KUMC St. Francis Hospital Medicine Wichita, Surgery , , . ' b h' ' b! I finally got my picture in the yearbook! Jeanine Roem ac S nose lo Nancy Van Slyke ' wtf- D " S,-1-:fr .3 ji' 'Sei 460 At "J" Building on Friday John L. Shuss Charity Hospital New Orleans, Surgery Robert E. Simmons St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Arthur D. Snow KUMC Family Practice Marilyn A. Solsky Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, Michigan Bradley Fl. Stuewe KUMC Medicine Janet K. Sturgeon KUMC Pediatrics Sara A. Taylor KUMC Medicine Sheridan G. Tucker KUMC Psychiatry Ernest A. Turner Y ff ' 'QSM Medical students make great sacrifices! The Smileys John Shuss 1? i sa' Kansas City Pediatrics . 45. Nancy S. Van Slyke iii if liz V 4 - I - , - Children s Nlercy Hospital J., V, . 4 l H gg Kansas City General Hospital Medicine Jerry Kupperberg and Dave Hacker Don't get frustrated, f V, A, . gf I X u., 'E 61-in rex - F rf . C9 'Y A. .H-, g A59 ' . K 4."'i f V - ,Z ' 4 .. E, Juliette L. Wait KUMC Medicine Jeffrey L. Wallace St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Surgery David N. Weidensaul St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Medicine Maura S. Welch Gorgas Hospital Canal Zone, Flexible Darrell D. Werth St. Francis Hospital Wichita, Surgery Lewis J. Wesselius University of Arizona Tucson, Medicine I Anne E. Wigglesworth Miriam Hospital Providence, Medicine Donald L. Wilhelm KUMC Medicine Edward R. Wood St. Luke's Hospital Kansas City, Medicine James W. Yost Scott 81 White Memorial Temple, Medicine son,. . .someday it will be worth it. GL , ggi H 1 y 'J Z?sx'f1 i it J 5 ' ,Rx xg, b W' I Ji I I 2 xb in N- ly x ' K 'J ' gy ' N Q 'A . '51 - Q D f ii 111114, -Q' r WM n 1. ' rg' 1' E ,P 4 1 'Ls f .1:.--:g,,..f...-, .M,..- ,Q , ,-.,,, V, , . ,, ,f 'IE-..,L..c-Qu... , . T. -, ,, , ,M I,: M lk my ,Aw 15, U. ' , ,, . "fl, . 4' "' L1 7' .. ' ' H3114 ' I V '15 'Q' ' y, 2-5' -"Aff : . 1 "fWf"! , K1Wf91IW!.6' ,P QI Q iff lg M K jj, ff! 'LB' 'ff 5? -5 .ff i--1 Q1 7 V L yah . 27 2 if if I . wk! lrIlYx5iHA . - I I A I js " if Q' ' ,LX ,E , . ' I 1 X ,. if .Q 9 W :Si WO Q ,Sb mfij 5155 " . 'K 17, Q, , ' M' fs: 15. - 4' :Q 'VJ -...pn ' '!.lQ9' f 1. , ' ,- V I Ai' ' Y-' 415' 1, 0 ,Q ,, 1, ' 4 x 1 lj , xx F' -.. wa s KX! iff' jx J "KV ,4f, 31 ' X, Emil I 3 ,5 4 1 2 ,- . 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'I Y' Q Q s xx i i fu A 3 V 3:4 fr A xnxx Lscrunss 1 -"fn" , , Q ' - ,tv , - wxxvxgx , M Y X xv M 5 'W' A I iw VS, , will f Q 2 Qs tj Dr DY P fl Dr Dr Dr Dr. Meek Dr. Poisner Physical Diagnosis Dr. F. Holmes ' -0' S f' rw , 'fiatxlgfpj' X-ZA, V I I 4. bf K :AWE ,eil READ News SERVICE PASS P . 15' ouwnnp B :Tren Ti-ning Awmf Yo ul OLD EXAMS STL: D Y Taxes Summon WHAT4. ME A unc? Sure, with a little help from our friends D . .'. ' s it . m f- '4 es. I .',' l -F. 43. , -if .' ' ' "N .14 AJP Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr Dr .Arvanitakis Delp Dunn Greenberger Haswell Hermreck . Jewell Klotz Leake Lemoine Lyford Nlatovich Norris Pentecost Pierce Reckling Rhodes Ruth , Valk T 5 is FHYsloLohY Y -" Y BAC TEf?lo1.oa,y FINAL F' " VM-ATloN PM5 lNEflL5 -ova . ??? PPL Q FARAIIVQLQGF 400013 re I - ' WsLcoMe TO Pl-MRM MVD PATH FULL-TIME. LONG-fw'u1.ArmoNs P? ll if V- !" if 9 G' V ' 1' , V 9 ' I Q F., H335 Also: Dr. Burlingham Dr. Gillespie Dr. Nlelnykovych Dr. lVlira l Dr. R. Amelunxen Dr. J. Kinsey 2, Vina. V li,V A ii l , 19 . 'i , W :Q 1.24: ..-- 'iqn T: - Er A. 2 'ii " 'E x W ' ' , f ,,, , f I u " J A ' , 4 ' ,I r gg, Q, 45, . V, ,' VV . V 4 ' w, V Z A ,. ff, V V . V: V yi, - 2. 'r . J' - ' - V, 1 W ff Q, J, B- -W,- 3 I -- i'-i DL TV Jensen Dr. D. Furtado Janardan Reddy , sfo "-if Jacob Frenkel John Nichols liiwllrini 'i - is ' M -k D Games Dept.: - - Q gif 'l .f ag-' ' 5 If you're bored by IVIONOPOLY, had your fill of LIFE A s i ' if' 't manage any CONCENTRATION, we've invent- ' - ' wi 15? if or can I ' f S r I th """"" i 1 Dowd Svoboda 5nd02S?'5e'5aF0?L33ZT '2luZ5.S12Z 'ZSna.Z'12'Zh fi? Sfifbinl 3 ' the worst features of Russian roulette, Guerrilla war- '9' 'iq fare, Kamikaze sport flying and Tiddlywinks. Naturally, b it is called: X, 'ix .Hb , , P ,W Go 5-if-'Qi-QglW2.56g 100 Dante Scarpelli Y" ar if,,4vff j,s'1 1-, , ev Q. 4, N ES M S 'i , it veil, Mum , Lu 7 gi! is A 43 ff A 'Z .. A r-, V P if Q N ir William Gourley Arlen Brodin N 4 319150: o 'f fo lr A 5 gg R 1 7Ql4g:"o 359, Francis CUPDHQG Pierre Keitges M Agostino lVlolteni +"4 ' Frank Nlantz ' ll Players throw dice in turn -f ' Zl Anything goes, If your name is Dante a t 1? iggsisgsifft . . Qfgggwg X or Hilliard Cohen Chien Liu " '-' "i iii ' ' John Kepes " ' ,, 63. I +0 l J gf, Eff 'fi 1 f a in Q .,. ,Yi Q x I xl S7 7 M- RA Q WY' -4 34 Q, , L. Z X V F' r l 'Nagy - 5? '52 Pharmacology elm FH I 1 v x A l 3 1 il nf f NI Y 5 1 A' 5, Q A flf ' Ki Q o lg f l v 1 ,xx Dr. E. Walaszek Dr. J. Doull Pl 5 i u 5 a- 5 ,H lf- 'V il 1 ' K' 1 as f Z 6 f ,V ofl ' N l Po 1 5 V 7 Dr. S. Norton Dr. S. Nelson Dr' J- Crow l l l Also: Dr. Bunag Dr. Pazdernik Dr. Posiner Cr. Shellenberger fl Walt Karniski Facts of life dept. True to the Hippocratic dictum that there is no rank among physicians, KUMC encourages all students to view themselves as physicians in training and colleagues of the staff. However, certain subtle distinctions in dress, which would be unnoticed by the layman, aid all physicians in their routine professional activities. Therefore the following uniforms will be required at all times: Freshmen: Sack cloth and ashes. Sopbomores: Short white jackets one day a week, shiny black bag optional. Juniors: Short white jackets and white pants, without seats. Seniors: Short white jackets, white pants, and size 15 hats. Members of the house staff will wear white shirts and pants and fur capes, the type of fur being commensurate with the level of training. All physicians who are members of the teaching faculty will wear sandals and togas of royal purple. Heads of departments will wear white flowing robes, carry a four foot golden Caduceus, and wear after shave lotion composed of frankin- cense and myrrh. In order to ensure that the general public hold members of the medical brotherhood in proper esteem, it is also required that all other citizens of Kansas wear no clothes at all. 'WLM Steve Tippin WN l "' Iwuf' . Gary Conde l , . p. V Joe Fiore Laura Stevens Q-li MEMS 1- l Se!Y4"FlE54tX - Qs N V f d Z ATN fr ev.v4' 5 4 "due I ff cr Q I mx Herman Jones 7 f M lfffj 'Q4 ff A Tough Day in the Salt Mines Dept. of 4 ff ,K Q' ff g ' 1'-ii-EEN '92-ESS Q ALL 5 7. ,Q-' , A 0 '16'g:iN1? Q 6 N M .5 X f 1,16 . XX X 2 'iff X930 f Julnlrfyl f-As."ll'Illl T- ' Elgir . -114. 2 f XG ff .ff X K . Inf, -. .mill C1.lNlc5 1 Perri Smith among the crocksp practicing for the VA L 5 a lt's simple! Think ofa liver wearing hobnail boots, drinking carbon tet with a vodka chaser. George Bascom reveals his secret. fxivk FV 'Vs WSW-lop Scott Corder Before the final: the last super To ny Ca rter ,M--'W' 3 f ,T J ZW, 1. E . W 4 , WX n 2+ n Joe Petelin inspecting his pot exam "1 15' 4, ,W ,,, 9, .Ng .- -,L , V Ni "N, 1 'MB , Jo Gertzen and "fruend" Bob Petzold Barry Nlckell Tony Wittman ' 4' ' Gaines Talbott ri s 'VE , A -. , Alan Braun "X 'L- 'N-1. -,.,f ,,, ,TZWVZM A-W W-wwf .vw 3 '-Q l,. f l .N Xml I, - lg, , Mark Brandsted "I'm sorry, Joyce, it looks like a horse to me!" Chris Petro John Vale Jack Jensen: Chuck Hornbaker ntine, Joe Petelin, Randy Jernigan, Mike Weilert .IM , fl,- ,gsq-figq, ,,ff ,,,, , ., , r K 4 ig f B .i l l J ffm ,Q 31 V1- ff -. n , i J fl' If Qi 4' R if N 0 " it fs' A 'ix Higgs ,M X ,f wa 1 2 H' , 2 , s -..ff1r' A 1' a any ' K ,.-e. 1 sz el B X J J ,4 r 5, V 1 3 -.. 1 -A 'w,s"s 1:1 -2.2. .AY R s L Q Q - 4 .lip- .A ' -ir fa is Q gm we - 1- - 'L , , X 5 f , si, 4,,,, ,, 53 erlil J J f is ga 2 'W Jacques Blackman Bret Williams Darrel Ellis getting into Biochem si" f5R?3'ifFf ' . C :S hx f' 7' ' SXSW Ili ', , me ' 3 John Williamson Greg Sch,-,Ose Ann McBride ' Yearbook Staph: editor - greg thatcher layouts - dale sillix greg thatcher mike weilert photography - bob alleman doug bradley warren filley lon mccroskey don miller barry nickell aj parmet "Here, you take it. l'm full." V wmfyfy In V LVLV . ,JM , 1 t V 51-226 ,ei A ,M ,G , E if :I ' m age. , Re. .e 1 ,N ,, Q l f ,, ,K . , ,aww H -ah. v 3 .,:- M '7' f' 1 5 if 15 , f IQ 1 xi ' ffgodr 'fm paying for this, mop' Bm Diacon ln short, death was caused by multiple pencil holes in the liver. Bill Newland Bill Dunlap Bob Guziec l ,AE 107 4 Ex F , fm ,. A . Wendell Hackney . 125 f li, S ,MII NA ' 1 S. .1 ,J hxrig 46 W. , 1, ,V wx ,NZ , .1 uw X. , ,. JF- 4. Q3 r- f A . , ?- ' -12 wr I ' 4 . . Nw. N3 1 During the Micro Lecture Bob Niarkwell proving that two heads are better than one. .,,. 'wmx ijdp A 1 ,. fq., M -.4- Hg 4 Kr.. r i L Q' ,ug ii J.. ., Karen Proberts hypnotized by Dr. Nlira lu-5a'if"fkf" ' wi P 'ff' ' fx 1 ' W f .ajyayz -. M, ,Vw -1 mt, 4 immunology . , M, U., 5. ,v , .Z Q VJ .g, .314 ,iw ,awww wmv ' g wr , 1 M' if-42, , :, fi' , , M fffah .1?g,q!Q i ,Q .I gig, Q Q 1 is if F ' ,,3'3f'!z'fz' r f 1' , ,T , P t w fx ' 2 ,r,r wg V V f ext-X e 7 i v'hr E, r fe rfr ryvy f at Q ,, A, W' fr .- -z ' :.1:.-1--5 '-'f K' , . , fllyffvgkxx, ,,...,..., y 1 , 2:55545 , - Q 1 W 'ffiff 5 -Q - , 1: , . Y, x " 2 -5 7 ' "A , " fw'7j'l,' 'v ,QV f X, A Y ' iii! ar fi Donn Teubner, Tim Bumpas Bruce Lowe of I 5 2 f i y 1 5 i r t 2 2 f X 1 N r P" ' i 2 5 2 2 Q 1 f i i i Q 1 ' ' , 1 ' K i 5 , g E t 5 o r 5 1 1 5 2 21635 2 r' ,si 5 5 S ?- J A T , 1 miifa ' 1 2 3 i E yyrm k , ,lsjl ' , 1 I f 2 ' fi ' ififr z X it 'Ct - i 1 f 2 f i 1 4 X915 K ' Q . 3 E i 2 X . ' g ff? ",, 'F ' 2 I Z E 2 2 5 YI , A r I - f Z 3 E i s A Q y l 5 - iw '. 'f QM? ' X 5 5 f 1 , j s , f 2 i Dwight Cashier Moses Jones and other corrupted youths 109 ,S J. , - Linda Keeler loses the handle Mark Chown S", nlgw. 6 H?-1:5 l.l. ' 5 5 K ' 5 F1 Nlarged Amend, Garold Minns, Mike Weilert Henry Edwards AJ Parmet X QM , ,41- 1 . ,ff Joe Viets Jerry Hood Chip Martin Nancy lVlcBrnde I, ,M V , f' - I . -Q ,. X A ' ' i f 314, N? K li 175, ' 91' - Q V ul, .nkfr N ,V-,gm !'3xxM,HA'g 1 -Aff" 'V Rf L! yn , L is V' ' ,,6l - I 5- Ng ' F L 7 gm, 1 ' 16444 , ffgf3fQ:5 . Bob Sidlinger Larry Rogan I , . ' ' fy x v R QA! -ll K ' if -R . ,1, , L., ,' . H 'W' Q f l 1' . . . Y V as iffigk ff,ff?l,4,' 4 ff f J 0 Q 74-yqaf ,, in wg. ,A I ,421 Hifi., ' V ' In Q A Tom Koksal, Dan Kaup, Greg Schnose 'E arf- ., ,I 4 Q fe if f ff? ,F 0 T lmy, lt- y Oxidative Phosphorylation Dept. ,N .,4 . ,, Steve Spielman at his post fir ' '9"3"5?fM'?, W5 t ,fm Ae ,, ",'!?3., om 4 5 w ?- 9 -,fe -- Z I . Lf. 1 V492 , K, J V . . ., We '..' M 951 i ,:' at ,M-473' emi, , ... Y '2 - ' U.. r' - cos , " wg -5, W- sm, X ' 24: ' rM,ws...,-L, V- -A f--,.,Wr,,,-A f l - 7 , We f vw -:v m-5:23 f h - fl ' we V ' :ffl , ,-A i" " Roger Tobias Steve McC R.E. Alleman Bob Ten ny Steve Vancura ray Jo 9 -jf-f B revver s.. 5--. wx f4 ,Q iff N ,W 1 Dave Smith ...W , .Z-1 ' iw, S-w t ' -. -. we 1, 4 . IW , -nr i 5 .. ,r . f , f it it ' -. .t '-Q.. r ff . ' if fig Y' 1 ryg g i . . G .. , , -if - E -.F Ernie Meinhardt Glenn Bonacum i F i 1 I l I I E I As A Doctor You Will Receive: aw ,f "'WL,3 x Expensive cars p ed Idiscussions Abeaurifulh I xy 1 NX l X Q W JWM 0,9 8 I I Hopping M ir D Dept. Pi'Li'AirYi'Zi'Ei'Bi'Ri'AInterview Dr. Pierre Kitegass, clinical pathologist at the county-re- nowned University of Kansas Medical and Zoological Cen- ter, recently made headlines in Zebra News for allegedly inflammatory remarks against the divine institution of Zebradom. This publication cannot allow such slander to go unanswered. We immediately dispatched senior editor Hiram "Stripes" Gooberduck, noted author and zoolo- gist, to investigate. What follows is his report. I arrived ten minutes early for my six a.m. audience in order to draw some conclusions about this man before the interview began. I was ushered into his inner sanctum by the voluptuous Nls. Nlonospot, an androgyne of indeter- minate age, and told, "The boss just got in from Washington, and will be here directly." The office was furnished entirely in suede, with accents provided by pink lampshades and a shockingly real looking Zebra-skin rug. All I could think was, "IVIacho, but kinky." At that moment, the door burst open, and in swept The Nlan. I looked up, realized that I was looking a full foot over his head, then readjusted my gaze to fall upon his gnome. The interview began immediately: "Hoofbeats outside the window. . ." Pierre Kitegass, NI.D. P. Kitegass: Sorry I'm late, gentlemen. Somebody had to go to Washington to let those guys know what's going on. I mean, if you want to Take Care Of Patients, you can't be bothered by those government guys sticking their noses in your income tax. Playzebra: Dr. Kitegass, would you care to comment on the recent slur of Zebras which you made? P.K. All I said was "Hoofbeats outside the window in Kansas City are horses, not zebras." I mean, you can't let the tail wag the dog, y'know, you've got to treat the patient, not the lab values, right? I mean, that's what a Nlature Pro- fessional would do. PZ. Isn't it more likely that those hoofbeats would be cattle? P.K. That's like treating a patient for leukemia before doing a Nlonospot, .treat the lab values, not the patient.." That's just bad medicine, and if we don't do some- thing about it ourselves, then the government is gonna step in and do it for us. PZ. Speaking of review organizations, what are your opinions of them? P.K. I'm -glad you brought that up. I was just in Washing- ton last week because, you know, we have to keep an eye on those guys to keep them from Iegislating us right out of business, and one of my friends found out enough about a certain activist senator to keep him from writing any more dumb health bills. PZ. I hate to change the subject, but our readers would like to know whence your peculiar vendetta against the noble Zebra arose. ' P.K. I think it started in my childhood. I had this dog that would always let his tail wag him. And whenever I went to the hospital it seemed like they were always treating my lab values instead of me, and some of them were pretty immature. I remem- ber being at the zoo one day after a bad clinic visit and falling asleep. I awoke to the sound of hoof- beats and came face to face with a zebra. Well, it scared the hell, you should pardon the expression, out of me. I decided right then that no other person should suffer like I did. PZ. Then why didn't you enter some field where you would see patients directly? P.K. Aw c'mon guys, I mean somebody's got to set a national standard for the reagent for the Athlete's Foot Spotomatic test. Besides, once this big guy, he must've been 5'3" at least, threatened to bite me and I was so scared that I've never touched a live patient since. PZ. But why this hatred of zebras? Surely one little traumatic episode would not render you so totally distraught. P.K. Well, I guess that's true. But the zebra is such a horrible mean beastie. I mean, look at Katherine the Great. It was a zebra's relative that was responsible for that peculiar and, I.might add, disgusting interlude. "Now, as a mature professional, I would. ." And what have zebras done for the Mature Professional? I mean, think of all the time wasted with the old "black and white and red all over" joke and other equally inane funsies. Besides, even hunting zebras is no fun, unless you get your jollies out of pumping hollow points into a picket fence, a practice which I find not only morally disgusting, but also about as stimulating as doing serial fecal fats on an asparagus freak. PZ. You mentioned hunting, there. If I may ask you, where did the rug on your floor end its noble life, and did you, God forbid, shoot it yourself? P.K. Aw, heck no. That was given to me by one of my residents who used to be a white hunter in Kenya. Now there was a skilled guy, if I may say so. I don't know if it was all that field dressing he used to do or what, but he could rip through an autopsy in twenty minutes. But we had to let him go. PZ. Why was that? P.K. Well, you know the hunting tradition of blooding? This guy would try to initiate all the new residents that way, which was not only messy but was a helluva way to transmit some really gross, virulent and downright disgusting diseases. Why, we lost two new residents in four months and man did the boys in A building get me about that. PZ. Ulp. lRetch. Gag.I P.K. Omigod. Code Blue! Code Blue! Now what do Ido? I've never handled one of these before. Now I know why I didn't go into direct patients care. Hey, you guys, Help! PZ. I'm all right. And I believe cardiac massage is usually done over the sternum, DOT the patella. P.K. Listen, I'm the doctor. This technique was described in the Journal of Witchcraft and Demonology 12:342. And besides, it's time for my CPC. Got a case of spon- taneous zebra syndrome that you wouldn't believe. PZ. But I've got more. . .Oh well. H.J. Gooberduck, O.D. D.O.A. I' 9' X 9. 4. x, J -:wx JA : M:-gm -, l .-1 iw.. -F. I ,4,4,..g-1-Q ,'!'5:s.i" ,,-1' . ,icy ' ' --'ap ' 1.2" 51:6-ii L" if ,N ...un ...v..,..,.... 1 fu 27 -:QL..""s,1f'- - '. - 2- ..., .-s-A- e..,.f Qu ffl P W f iilllrf , ! 'Q '..f. 1 'N rrp, E eegfgsszssg - P 'C KX Squandered Youth Dept. The M -A' D: SORT-UF SPORTS PAGE Bringing you -the thrill of victory -the agony of defeat -and a few beers at Jimmy's no matter how the hell the game went. Pat Donnelly looking back over Basic Science Drew Mitchell T. P' ,5 .N 'Q Bob Rauktis 84 John Calkins Vance Dell - seeking moral support lit ' 'imp' :fx x5-"ZS ,..,, fe j Bud Wise Ki-:., I V If X Greg Collins- Dreaming of OB Bob Satake Mike Morrison, Dean Richards and Friend dl , A ff'-3 ,.. 1317.-'Y X , aj . fsggi 2,5 .H E e 'un,.Q . f - Gerry Wolfley Ahhhhhhh - OB 'TN 'F Steve Barker - unsolicited testimonial 17'- g .B "Here's mud in your eye and a Turkey in your POT!" Larry Desch ... I uw A Or-W V , lVlr. 81 lVlrs. Greg Karnaze lVlr. 84 lVlrs. Mark McPhee lVIr. 84 lVlrs. Rich Sosinski Tom Ruhlen Karen Cornwell fi? an -.gun Dale Sillix and Ken Setter vs. Lillian Harstine and Ben Franklin wglwsv WE Ml!!! wi., , . ,, wc Q. .55 ,'4'Ual., 1 X Q 5" e my 16kQ.5xfkEQ,-. jj i-gm: - "L- . , ., X 1 ii .ff 4 - fb,-ZQQQQAZQ G I , , 7 .J?f7e1Qs'f..,5f?"ff if 3 1 U 4--I., 1- 0,214.35 .vii- Steve Crouch Mike Saunders 'I f' 'fi 1 V. is i K 1 W I X X X ' ' , if ' Wfk ,f 4 f' ,jf ggi' ' af' 'Q' Q . , V, ,, W., ,, , , .. ' ,-ul: f Steve B roxte rman -- -ff-:,....,: , - . -3 . Xing, , .,, ,g , Q .A .f 1 Q XX ' 'X K . .- ,vi L ' fir .H gh KM A 7 ,. .f,, L , 3 - wg? .1 lj ' Q 1 , , Q 5 nr K! '. X gf I' 1 Q. Y w " f' ' W Y? 51 1 N wg si si W ' I". Sf ,Yi o w 'ff 6555 gi, . , ..,, , ,L x Here's Looking ,M At You 'ii Ei. If, ' Dept. Va? ,JH Sarah Coate IL fifxie . , Q ' 1 -W sv wifi' 'KW' "F-CF, -.,5f..'3 ' ti" Steve Vierthaier ,,, , J: ,V - W ifffri ,, 'Y' ' ' 4' f 3 .j g r ' W L 7' A X li 2 pf f V "f i ,- V " J , A S . f 'Q 5 ,. Cameron Jones Iggy A ' I S . V, A .gf 'v ,H V , .tv ,y , ul: N xl Tom Santoscoy R andy Winn I l f Farm Ecology Dept. 4 MULTIPLE CHOICES .4 YOU NEVER GDT T0 SEE ' a. You've got to be kidding! b. Your mother wears army boots. c. l don't know, but here's one for you. d. l give up. What is red and blue and has five purple fingers? e. lt depends. , .,,, f. May the bird ofparadise pollute your petunias. Q. Yes. h. Bug off, Pollack! .II l 1 l i y I 120 gg,-Q,--1 Doug Bradley Barry Nickell " :W in . , r ,v m vsgM.g,,:g - . fvwxf. -- 2 ulfyz f 1, Q 'wfeepgf-fi-f51m1,, , ig' A, 1 ,,.., ,..kM,V .Q 2 .fa 45.1 i Wil m gegzzw 'iff , ff-1. f, ' fer frfw? N . -uri . im, -2,34 X ' V. - 1 5 aifyffe 'I I 7'Y'xbTf'?9f"e,,w4I5W-2f"f'e:,' . " I E - ,-ff?'fI5'f"7fx 'A 5 .ygfi,p.:' WWgM,.1. . -, ,g ,ww I gvyxfbgl .Q lr, V .1 7 . Ki, is A . f A + J' vfalkewffnfewlwsrf-,fs2 1' fl- f i fx-ggwx'-'fee ' 9 , ,mia -sfw szcilf-2 'g?4i:,3f1fe,s',' , I . ,, , . 42 r 1 I ' r gee-z gn, 9 -- I "5 ff. Y - ,::-- , f-1 .' "1 ' 1 " 1,95 rg. y .. Af , y 9 I. ...i,,,:- , . 'gi 4: . ??'s"i3i3IiI. .. 2' . I 1, ' f" I t fm, V Liwpg, -. 9 .Vg-:5"2.3,1q1,e1i,12 wlfw .-1 4 ' I., L. 9 . 'f ' 'life M- .pffv rl. N 1 "',,:i'1',Qiw , .91 L. , I flxif, H- 'm f .. :"f' , ,'.,, "W, .X N .Q -Ml - 'X 1 251 V 1 , . A , 5. j , ' - 2? XA ,l -I 'SW 53312 I fzaiifgef 'fi' 11211 .Pe i,, You're sure you're not having palpitations? .,-' L John Schroll Rich Charette - lunching with IBM x 1 E I I 2 a I 5 Sis .NWI V my , . What me worry? You bet! Steve Griswold Carolyn Parsons FigJyafJ'f g 'V' 'H .wvQ,,z,4w,wJ 1 f There once was a czek of repute-r Who tried to teach pharm by com- puter. The students they passed One by one at long last But decided that Walas was cuter. ,pawn gurus: Tncu ART A LIAR OR A F90L .. Dan Evans Roger Bruning X f a if E 4. ,. Mike Bolt was ,,?H Craig Wymore "The leg bone's connected to the thigh bone - but the Wishbone is my favorite." Steve McCray ' ' Z 3 ,Gil A ' X y.iJ i 1 i Joel Mangold - Potted Marsha Maybury - Potting I i l V Mark Lavin Doug Shore Bob Wagner Doug Sheern 7U1mx W2 ' 'N A l Cheyne-Stokes Dept.: A M -kD Look At LAST GASPS FROM THE CLASSROOM Doug They said there would be days like this but HW: Amend 84 Modena Wilson Warren Fille Unidentified gunner Mike Wells Greg Thatcher I didn't believe it could happen - what a fooI!" Y Focusing in on another brilliant Path lecture F' Q Ed Robertson Bob Satake :""'4eN .Mx l l Q 5 Rick Rajewski Jim Carlin Don Richter Ron Schifman f 'Milf M A Q , ,W if 2 123 5 .52-T t H It 'fs - fi ' f ,W ' i-My i f'fe'v,, Z3 anim: .f K' ,if W 1 if if ge' Bw ' fb' 'Q .Wig I i I a . i . l t , 1 ,, 5 X, i , :E gjfffax iifiigg 91 2 'Q x Q . , L 5, A 5 f i 3 3 f if E if ii if " ' 12? KA 3 1 .. i i , A i i 1 4 1 1 S ' m 3 5 f ' 1 I, What - him a Doc? Jim Wilkins CLINICS 'Who me? - Mike Berstler Sherry Lewis Q' Q A W " , I . " 51 :sf-'if , ,. Q '3?"L11vx , A :Eff w ' K' y x wg , r,w,g1, ' V 'x 'E X. . j Q K' A' 7'-if , X 1 - , . f N Mike Spence B3 N, ff' N L' i 'Q , ' X ' ,A 1 " Auscultation of the Chest - Jean Stevenson 81 Karen Proberts 5 124 ir, ,,i.. I ,bs W I V I 'wh , iyi' yyagffswv X r 'X People Dept Mixed up as usual Dennis Artzer demonstrating his systolic erection m u rm e r 1""'t El li! ! at W ' N, ' ... ."' r Dan Hancock Joe Dyer into N Q i i i L YOU REALLY KNOW YOU'VE BEEN IN PATH T00 LONG WHEN... 3 l a MirD look at a dead subject . ff fa 7,5 , gm ? ff 'V M11 . ' 1 369 4 V 3, 9 i i. J 5 5. 4 1 F W e when you find you're hooked on when you notice a nutmeg liver in a chicken when the other med students start Maalox. and try to figure out the proper pathogenetic looking good to you. sequence. i i I 1 i 1 I 1 I when there's no videotape in lab and you use your when someone mentions pot and you think of the microscope anyway. ceramic variety. i it 126 when you use Robbins as a pillow to try and learn by when a grade of 70 looks Super. osmosis. z"""'N V A' 'VJ - iw. ,, .- w-gh I ." R .lt .rv af when Someone wants your yellow when after contracting each disease in turn when Walaszek starts playing with the sheets for his paper drive. you come down with endometriosis. light switch. jgggfitb f W X . ' , ! " f fi- f Aw E5 J 1 when you and your partner present different museum when you think of how great just a two day vacation cases and nobody notices. would be. f ,R mfr' 127 wwf? my ff ' X f L, Wi? ag. I 2? if 'ln lp' God corrects Dr. Noelkin. MED I .1 N 2 N' .... . V Iv x. . 1 ,,,,, - A vi 'I ,. , H x s X W ' n RK NG "'-2 u-0' .........i.. M.. S te? at GN RA V K .Leah ,:' S -VM- Every year another crop of medical students begin clinical rotations, and every year despairing clinicians marvel at thefact that this year's class actually managed to learn less in their basic science courses than the previous year's class. This observation always leads the clinician to remark: "What did they teach you in your basic science curriculum anyway?" For the clinicians, students, faculty, and others who wonder about the content of basic science lectures, we now provide an answer to this difficult question by summa- rizing the more notable and more important remarks of the basic science lectures. Although this summary is hopelessly incom- plete since no one went to most lectures, we nonetheless offer the first: CONFIDENTIAL GUIDE T0 THE BASIC SCIENCE LECTURES ANATOMY LEFT Dr. William Steven: "This is abduc- tion ,... er, adduction. . ., er. .ab. .ad. . .de . . . Oh, go look it up." RIGHT Dr. Floyd Foltz: "l just love Howard's limbic lecture." BOTTOIVI LEFT Dr. A. L. Chapman: "For the purposes of orientation. . BOTTOM RIGHT lVlel Mellinger: "So you see, Howard, stimulating the pleasure centers cannot cul- minate in orgasm, but results in staying on the verge of orgasm indefinitely." Dr. Howard Nlatzke, Chairman: "That's not my i ,,,, i . 1 ' idea of a pleasure center." Afswsss V Wwiifsydf ,, sy.. , L N. , g a 35. , I 130 , W., ., X .2 A W! . . s a TOP LEFT Dr. Karl Youngstrom: "Here on the x-ray we can see a breast shadow There's also one on the other side." TOP CENTER Dr. Joseph Best: "ln the case ofa woman on the pill, when the exogenously supplied hormones are with- drawn, so is the stimulus which maintains the endometrium, and everything goes down the tube." EXTREME TOP RIGHT Dr. John Clancy: "So you see, a pa- tent ductus arteriosus is not incompatible with life. These children do quite well until they are old enough to be operated upon." TOP RIGHT "Dr." Douglas H. Poorman: "Finally, the rectum leads to the anus, and Dr. lVlohn will get into that." LEFT:Dr. Melvin lVlohn: "The effectiveness of the bulbo spongiosus can be summarized as: 'No matter how you dance and prance, the last drop always ends up in your pants.' " BOTTOIVI Dr. Keun-Shan Hung: "These pathways synapse at the darsal salamis." Student: "What?" Dr. Hung: "DarsaI Salamis." Student: I didn't know Hung was Greek." -be BIOCHEMISTRY .Ng 4A Q rel :if Q. ' , I ' 5 , 4 ,ii , r,5'm,,a1ZwA1 7 2 4 2 +L - W ' Jin- gi W I T c gff' -:if 11 , 7 1 TOP LEFT Dr. Joe Kimmel: " 'Why are you digging through that box of manure?' 'I got a pony for Christmas! " Student: "He thinks a live pony is buried in a box of manure?" TOP RIGHT Dr. W. N. Arnold: "My goal is that each medical student scores 100'X: on my test.Those of you who studied copies of last year's test realize this." CENTER LEFT Dr. Dennis Diederich lNledicineI: "l'd like to go on with the . . ., Hell, whatever you call it, with what I want to say." CENTER RIGHT Dr. Richard Silverstein: "That is a very good question to ask somebody else. What's so funny?" BOTTOM Dr. Milton Noelken: "This is a bad, bad buffer." l 1 Wx Dr Kurt E Ebner chalrman Certainly there must be more of you Dr IVI Helen Nlagulre that s who can quiz out of this blochemlstry course orotlc not erotlc acid ENDOCRINULOGY W Q5 wr Y R XNEQMQZNH X 3 Sid' MMI we X wa-..., GNP-. 'mv LEFT Dr Gllbert Greenwald The hormonal control of the testls actually works quite well To put lt In a nutshell lapolognes are made to Dr Greenwald for not being to fmd the space for a quotatlon of ap proprlate length l ABOVE Dr Donald Johnson We d like to try out a new self paced module on all a doc tor needs to know about female reproductive phys nology Maybe you ve had something like this an grade school 1 ,. t .ml , ii l ' - U ' ' , 11 I ' - - - n ' - - n ' sg i'3iQ'7 l 42,32 l ' 4 cfeeisf' i,"-Hw':gg K 1 f -. . fl.:Xf" ' fb " ,gjfq l hs, G ,lffigifw-Ffc'z.4 Jmjf, . fwfr. L' 'Y'-'-'A-'g " .9121 1 1' ' F Wy 2 ,, XA, I Us , ,. ,I ff? , 5 , was . V Y if gui - , H IV ' Q . , , ., , ,, l ll RIGHT Dr John Trank' "How do ou tell someone ou've broken their - - Y V giraffe?" BOTTOM LEFT Dr. Alan Thompson, chairman: No one could re- member anything Dr. Thompson said. BOTTOM RIGHT Dr. Jack D. Wood "And then the nerve says to CNS, 'Jesus Christ, it's cold out here,' " Tn'-.se all ,1 tbq ss- ad as TOP LEFT Dr. Kurt Reissmann: "Do you all understand this?f . .We will see." TOP RIGHT Dr. Fred Samson UVIRRC Directorl: "And this concludes my lecture." Student: "WHo was he anyway?" CENTER LEFT Dr. E. B. Brown: "l'd need a gun to get these lights out." CENTER RIGHT Dr. Lawrence Sullivan: "Let me call you sweet kidney. Ur-ine my thoughts each day. When e'er you pass, it tickles me fast, and it takes my urea away." BOTTONI Dr. Richard Clancy: "lf l went into the coffin business, people would stop dying." TOP LEFT Dr. James B. Rhodes: "Fecal masses in this area ofthe colon have the con- sistency of cow manure. All of you from rural Kansas know what cow manure is like, but l'lI remind you just in case you're never going back." TOP RIGHT Dr. Merrill Tarr: "I could answer that question but my answer could be ridiculous." RIGHT Dr. Warren Legler: "What do you mean you don't understand objective 56? The conference you just gave was supposed to cover objective WG!" BOTTOM LEFT Dr. Norberto C. Gonzalez: "This afterNOON in LaboraTORY I will GIVE a demonstraTlON ofthe Bohr efFECT." Student: "How do you spell that?" BOTTOM CENTER Dr. Kenneth Goetz: "Do you know about Aldosterone? Where did you get your information? Biochemistry?I!" Then I'd better go over it with you." BOTTOM RIGHT Dr. G.N. Loofbourrow: Nobody understood anything Dr. Loofbourrow said. 'min' 'W N It has been estimated that one half of all students at some time in their life either apply to medical school, enroll in a pre-med curriculum, try to molest a nurse, try to contract VD, or have some such similar medical ambition. Amazingly, after several coin tosses, some of these students are actually admitted into a medical school. lf you should ever find yourself in such a predicament you will undoubtedly have many questions about what to expect during your first year. So for you first year med students and anyone else interested in torture, masochism, and boredom, we offer: THE lVl ir D STUDENT PRINIER See the medical school applicant at his interview. See the KUMC interviewing team. These doctors are examples to emulate--- L 1 Two are practicing physicians in Kansas. One lives in Nlission Hills, the other in Leawood. They will admit applicants who say they wish to practice in a small town in western Kansas. They do not want competition. See them question the applicant. Ask ask ask. See them inject a truth drug. They expect honest answers. See the Basic Science Faculty member scowl when the applicant says he is not interested in research. See the Clinical Faculty member hiss when the applicant says he is. See the Private Physician foam at'the mouth when the applicant supports socialized medicine. See them all rage when the applicant says he is a Christian Scientist and his father is an Osteopath. This applicant might not be admitted to KU. He also might not leave his interview alive. Lesson 2 See the students in lecture. What are these future doctors doing? They are not reading notes on the inside of their eyelids. They are not attempting to reach the alpha state. They are sleeping. Tsk tsk tsk. What important medical facts are they missing? If it were neuroanatomy, they would be missing an impersonation of hemiballismus. . .zzz. lf it were biochemistry, they would be missing an impersonation of a biochemistry class. . .zzz. If it were clinical process, they would be missing Dr. Friendly diagnosing syphilis for Harry Paratestes. . .ZZZ- But this is physiology--Too bad for the medical students. Now they will never know how Dr. Brown won World War ll. ,..... .Y Lesson 4 See the Dissection Lab. See the medical student cut on his cadaver. Cut cut cut. Flip tear saw OOPS. He wonders what dissection was scheduled. He wonders where the rest of his tank group is. He wonders why he arrived at 8:00 A.M. to watch the dissection guide. He has the inquisitive mind medical school demands. Someday he will make a great neurosurgeon. lf not, there's always teaching! The medical student is talking to the cadaver. Talk talk talk. At least he's not talking to a total stranger-- The cadaver is his Aunt Bertha. Lesson 3 See the Dean Waxman luncheon. See the medical students pile in for a free lunch. See the warm cokes, wet potato chips, and stale sandwiches. Yum yum yum. The food is left over from last year's luncheon. The food makes your teeth rot. Rot rot rot. See Dean Waxman talk. Talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk. The talk is also left over from last year's luncheon. The talk sounds like a lot of rot. Fiot rot rot. See Dean Waxman talk on and on. See the students listen. This is what is known as a faculty-student dialogue. Watch Dean Waxman tell jokes. Ha ha ha, lt's too bad Dean Waxman forgot he told the same jokes at orientation. It doesn't matter--the students also forgot, Just as they have forgotten anatomy, physiology, . . . There is one thing the students do not forget: Dean Waxman makes funny little marks in student files. You say you forgot to go to Dean Waxman's luncheon and laugh at his jokes? Then you can also forget medical school. W W t.. 4 .,,.,,,,,,,.W iq sf Siaaaes Qfissf B' W Mew! few -s -was :L--Q,- we-'fa we-vc' w---N wp- '?"9'! 7"""! IQNHN Lesson 6 See the happy medical students. They are drinking their lunch. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. This is what medical students do after tests. They would probably do this before tests, But bars are not functioning at 8:00 in the morning. Neither are the students' minds. Why do medical students go to "The Jigger" to drink? Medical students go to "The Jigger" to comtemplate the meaningful questions of life: "Can a med student find happiness with a member of the opposite sex?" "Can a med student find a member of the opposite sex?" "Why are the dogs in the physiology labs beginning to look cute?" Medical students go to "The Jigger" to contemplate the words of their professors: "You don't need to worry about getting a superior, Unless you care about getting a post doctoral training program." So what if the students can't remember most of what their professors Lesson 5 See Spot See Spot breathe. Breathe, Spot, breathe. Under the circumstances, this is expecting quite a bit. Spot has catheters in all his major vessels, He has heparinized saline in his femoral artery: He has a bologna sandwich in his thoracic cavity, He has half his blood supply on the lab instructors coat and the other half on the ceiling: He has been dropped off the table twice, He has jumped off the table twice. Run, Spot, Run. These labs incorporate what is known as "learning by doing." ln these labs, medical students learn techniques on real live dogs which they will later use on real live people. These labs, of course, are optional. Run, People, Run. Say? They wonder how anything which begins so poorly can ever turn They can ask. OUT Well- Their professors are two booths over. Gl-'f9l9 SIUVP- , Medical students go to "The Jigger" to contemplate their life as Th9Y W0nd9f how Th9Y will GVEI' D355 P3Yh0l09V- 3 medical student' Gurgle slurp gulp gulp vomit. I U Sip gu,-gle gurgle, They wonder if they will survive until their next vacation. Gulp gulp chug. They wonder how long they will be depressed. Chug chug chug Belch. Finally these students begin to cheer up. Maybe the second week of medical school won't be as bad as the first , , Mad Moments In . lf lil ilixi ANATOMY ,nl 2 if Q- 5. M fvffg 8 ,W LEFT Jesse Joplin "Youngstrom wrote this question. . .that means the answer is 'E. All of the above."' I5 Glen Singer Mary Oelschlaeger or gJf,w9f'a,- l" 'i:gc,1j,7qr if, ,4' 0lff'Qf,1,,7 O V' ,,,-Vf ,Kjell fr ' in-if H. 1 Z Tieifgl r i 31-:f si' V:-'M .gm u Q 1 FD 1 X J Mn, 4 I I , I l 4 l I if -if . .. k 5 Qin ff ll l MPM ' 3 , - - W, film l - T' l A lr S, is 1 l M f f ' -7 , - I ll 1 ' I..-ML" ,f e :GW e ' 1 I l .F 5 151 1 ' 'fi 3 if .1 1 1. .1 250131 . 1 y -'- 1 K - 1 :fri :- , ll ,. V: '-,sei 1 JW? ' 4.--sr kr 1 ff 1 1 l E Q . l l l 4 Aw M ,, , K - . ., 1.1 M . A it Ken Kimmel, Terw Law ibottoml, and Scott Pringle demonstrat- ing the level of competence required to pass anatomy. Left: Maureen Dudgeon Right: Rudolph Francis X . ,tug sk . ,vi -- f ' ix '4 A A , I ., - -- -' . 1-if A 'Qi , . Rina - . ,, -, . . , lf- A ,wiv-.sian e. l 4 ., .. Bobbie Ellis "But those aren't the same answers that were up yesterday." l ' H- ,ii Would you buy a used microscope from this man? lMark lVIcCunel "Why youfre right, it goes up the tube also." Jose Ouinones "Yes Dr. Steven, no cameras in the dissection lab, I understand." Bob H8930 - Terry Burris V' may 5 ,4 .f Y- ff ' -rw 5- .gf g ff A ., xl -' xl fi, f - 1- v ,Ax . ,...-..--...- Q' It ' if Warren Jackson "No, l haven't seen it since it crawled off the slide and went out the door." 4 e,rE t i X fe " t ,VV .,,. , Z 1' i, ., ' 0 ,. ' 5 ,, .iffz V My 7 it f' f EQQBSK Jon Horine Tom Budd "Would you believe 2 lobes?" The Anatomy department lost an arm and a leg due to thefts this year. Chic Ragland and Bob Pinnick engrossed in Gross. To Larry wlth love' Francle .47 J2:?'w,4..f-Z Dave Blakelv Eric Dyck "My cremaster reflex is fine, how's yours?" 'X Shadrach Smith Pat Cindrich Linda Ferrell X, John Murphy "Know any good chiropractors? The Lighter Side of : PHYSIOLOGY LAB Trevor Woodhams, exhaling. Joel Greenberg, inhaling. Bev GOGFIHGF, Posing- LEFT Harry Drabkin, recalling the days of histology. ' RIGHT John Henderson after 20000 forced expirations into the spirometer. Lida Osbern goes 10 rounds with Dr. Mari Ann Butterfield notices Terry Riordan "OK, so l won't sleep in Loofbourrow. Wahl Hall East Streaker. lecture anymore." ,,x,,,,.5i L - H " ., V' 'ee- l 317 ' Y 4 Q " I 'fs2i?,e5i 'ima 'nuff '4x:.:.',:.5 A we K Q1 l ,, gem.: ' l "l'?li'z15g,lv Eiglgg , , Q.-K1 vk4ki1.-,ml .1 4.2 ,L,W . 1 'll gg ggi -U l 5 ll ' 2.1 5542 ltd jr? 'L-' " ez.: 'X' Claudia Pray volunteering for the Wichita program. Why does urine suddenly appear, everytime you are near. . . S: if .wif mz'S,3Q5G1 'Ye . W, ,.....H KM Eileen Ellis, the subject of a Larry MaGee, the result of a cruel and inhuman experiment. cruel and inhuman experiment LEFT Susan Bergman "But Dr. Trank, l'm married." RIGHT Bill Alsop and Paul Bassett "But Dr. Trank, we're married." !v,!3wSU f QX' I!',jX.,'S,tl X Sxhiwl tl ian fig: M, a K Just like me, it longs to be, close to you, Larry Johnson Wy, N, ,ii xx 1 145 M ll r W 52 EN Y David Brewer Rav Wingef 'Q X Y Q y yur- .,-gi' L 5 M 'E ' y of ef' 1 W 2 if s b K3 . 1 I Y X "Y " - Gary Strickland "You mean students fa 3 3 . I A actuallygo tophysiology lab?" 9 5 wg ? 3 X 5 ,Q ' A ':.L , L , '23 Q S . y 1 1 ' ,ri Nr 'W X '. 1::.r.:. ' sl K r . a h K 53 yf V J 5 VJQ' 5 11 , R . Vik' - . '5 X f ' " Paul Nelson Larry Carey S A , 5 .T Q " . J, -rg-:::':-:...vj, 3 .ag Dennis Cooley , ,N 1 John Rojas Bob Sourk Steve 3'f3fk9Y 1 , 1 1 31 i 1 r ' Y r r J, 1 r r W 1 N ? W U , . w Don Mclntyre, with a note service secretary. Mike Cavanaugh Steve Myrick "Rats--I just ate." 51-f V fi, 11552. 'vwkfrlk V' l., - 1 L 1-12 aw 5 2, f, 'ul 2 Q, 5 . y ,, ', 1 'rm '41 ,ff i fs' ,ZX M A Vg .,1- 1 gs ,H f if n,.,,3 4- K , F . -1 H31 5' Nr, Q, , . Q ' 15- . ,2,Qffv'QTxEfL " ,iw ,I x , nv" 5 , r ' Q, "ry f x , ,- ., , ,4 1 ,, A ni Elizabeth Jacobs "It's not that I mind sacrificing the animal, it's breaking the news to the next of kin." N-'E S F , sf Z qt 551. ' X rw M- a J In S 1 N 1 'I in . ,. 1 Q! bfi ,. if X, isflfrk '-lf 'si 3 Q 'E a A fi.. Tony Kovac an's lectures? Mary Freeman l ' V I f f :X 1.. 4 'I ,Y , UL earl Q ' ' . L: ' Eric Bendixen KW 'WNV 9' ' f 'Q vw va ' Niflfr f A QQ .K , I 3 XM f , x 5 ,L V Qu: ' Y 43 LM A,,,,, . ' f ' f L,.,' K Bob Drange f iii! S '1 Hn a f i Lab goes on af , T wr " I 'ga k5.,S,W.,,,M...,,,,, V.,n L .mll ,f - ., ,,,, W V, M'-Www , f' 114 v, p QM ,V K ,,,, q p,.,.,,eqw+i www! 15" I ul ?g,,,,Q,,.7,,5 -5.,r,,ML,,i G 2myffw.,'f,3'22g , i'W. Tfi'ff ff -Q - ' 'I - rzf:nff'n',.u M W? X-. 2,24 "" Xe 4.2 4 w w ff' ,,,, A ggi T .i,Q3, iwkg?, ,Lrg 1' ' 1 , xf V',fS'rkgg ix . :fr 'yu ,nf A i FM., , 1' JK, I it f ,,:: .V l , LEFT Mike O'Dell Ron Plemons RIGHT Charlie Grimes s 1 ,wr-W. , ,M-,,5 f ,nffffvwfivt , ,,A, Yr , W., my .,,,fm.,,1,,m if X I 9 X i S L W 5' If ' f Q 2 V if kgs. My X f JY X a' 4 mx fl 1 01" . 1' ,. 2 X Q' rf .Q T P Joan Brunfeldt m-5 ,--4 LE FT Doug Boehm RIGHT Larry Vincent , ,Naam Pix 1 And on. Anthony Francis 7 5 4 554- ? , iff 'Z' 5 if I ... B u A ml Lorna Cvetkovich 55, ft A gwggg Y ' Z '-- 4 s 4 1 3 ,ww John Credico X, ?,v.i!,,? V i X ,Q -.tA,.i t MX. . X fn ,, an 1 I ,ff 3 li' " , V Q 5 1., 594 'J , ,i Wayne Burge Medical Student after learning of his Cathy Parr , ' val! If 'l ., ' 1 . "ig ' if ' r 4 ? ,- ,N K , 0 R Q' 1 2 5 5 'ft , If , ,'x, , fqmfifv :x.,. 1 W lvl v 5 Q. ,rv ,t i Q Q ' 4 201' 'Q 'KN ' ' , ,'z f 5. . W.- assignment to Wichita. LEFT Karen Eaton RIGHT David Guardia -.Q Q1 M XM 417' Xtwgiiy S Y isis ,HU A :A 995.1 xg xx 5942 f 1 ' JMX, if sy Physiology Module Beth Alexander A eq X11 f ,, QR , NA 572 S . Kg Msbmznki David Nlar Phil Munoz 150 Charlie Beard Dana Bennett Mike Nlosier A -I A if fr ' 252 f. A ,Q . A x . X wg Jerome Streit David Sheftel and Bill Strauss 'WY The Sperm Donor's Song THE EDITOR THOUGHT IT BEST THAT CERTAIN FACTS ARE BETTER LEFT umsmn. Bum' E h Randy Morgan Em p IBQ RussB g Frank X. O'SuIlivan v :Y L4 an 4' ,GV i n Phil Stevens Jim Waldorf f 5 if if 5, Ex 3? 152 IVIariIee lVlcBoyle and Mary Nielsen Nelson Alveno Gail Waldby Bob Strickland Randy Stewart Pat Bowman Lary Hill Kay Martinez Robert Young 'fi Len Navickas Charlie Young TQ. Gary Jost and Becky Wullnams I yr Biochemistry Module 4. If! , 1 ii Chris Jambor and Carol Johnson at the Denise Johnson preparing for biochem. Paula BHFCIBY and Joel Greenberg Sleeping 1 beginning of a biochem lecture. through biochem. i r r , .'N,'... , 1 'CB Dan Shevrin thinking about biochem. Darla Reimer attempting biochem. Tom Shook demonstrating one of the many activities which had higher priority than biochem. John Lonergan eating up biochem. Mary Hastings attending biochem. X 154 I , u tin--s wt' ,V 4 my 1, 1. ' A -1, 3' ryjf' ,.. . ,A ' x , 'fra'.?A5i5:, F! ,, .1 . .z 1 . A , Y A ,Q me vi :.-4:-, . -' .'-if Y'-1 gm. - ' .':. .gn ' i f if 1 ' 1 " gif' w i. 1-Z,-21: I fd ':. 1E-L?-sw "'- " if Jw 4- " Q3'.l,A"' V . 2-- Qfae v f ..i 1..rfff,-fi vi, A .. ' .' .f- x' "' ' Q" ' if' , c j l -V H '9 1 ' , f . Pi J.. pi' ,i n,. 2' LL: k V ty., x-' 4 V' l 1 1 i-'veexfzffse-fob: 1 , 'iifwigfzi g , M 4. ..J uf-1 ,, , ,N . .f' ,.Au.., Tony Ware escaping from Biochem. i Larry Johnson loving Biochem. Fav: . ,,4ln.,, Mark Gilliland drinking during Biochem. Mary Hardin ignoring Biochem. Jim McCarthy dreaming about Biochem. Tom Miller hating Biochem. 1 65524 X 31. Doug Brockman "Where's Biochem?" Mark Whitaker "What's Biochem?" Jeff Joyce Q . 2 5 Larry Balentine -,www-f:: f V A J f A A A as A A 1 fa o w n' -Q A W Asa .A AA W, . ..., z A WM.. no-lil lwrmf . uf-NAv a 'A , , nu, As H 'S'-a 117- ,',:.'.Girff'.' 5 ,iw 232. .4 C "4 M Viv' , nt, J' , My 1 .3..,.V.,-. W., f 'nu jgghkaf. . 354:-' , ,v VJ5' Azul! 'N .25 yn, 1, is ., 1. yn- glzdzy, -f'vx,,.,L....,... Awf- f".W.:,:'ht::sr:2t:'- "ii :Q':'L'.32?Z'3-ki Ji" f I W - U. N v :A : f 4, V' f .5 A Vw - A A A . ,. ,, ., ,, JW X gm! X X i :L ffl , S R-, nf W Q , W 4 Q- My if KJV, Wi? ' f A 2 ff wr A 1 f ir ! ff f M' L if 1' WW f g 1? V5 , ,4 f f 4, f QW 1 ly? 1 A Q X J ,Af ,Q-fy f, 4 v. , 2 W f T , 1. 'X 'gwgwf , Ah? -.- af '- lg l -1X1w,wfa2-13' g- 151' 4 1 , s u , ,W 7 4' 7 " 'xl' -' 3 ,xg 5 J X3 'gf 4' .9 f Q Q1 nz '. If H, a y 5. , v an 0 0,3 ,M -Q ,J 5 . Q Q? u 8 A a 3? 'Eu H qi 1 35-e X .1 , . f , 1-H X ,.'. ,, 4 30 f , sq - J My 3 v 4 2 if Zak .. 'w53w"' 4'-1.4m +AL'.' fig, ASTE: Lemar Smith ffl ,112 'A Larry Karniski, what phase of sleep are you in? uf .L -fyyvp.. ,, 'AX-. W, H if 4. Aw ' .5 .. w MA -.Q Q yg-I 3.5 A AA AA Nancv Kuhn .Q J, ,,rxfZs?,",'7'?q,3.e,, 'E 24 . ' f , f 'f V44 7-'F Y 'lf' "A. w hgwfp- gg 9 w W ' Q 4' ali' '7 Mr. 1, .11 i A M 34' M 4 " M A YhhA "Jw V ',"? V' AL11 A' In - fe if ,1,,wA fl ff 1 r 'fAA V f hh h Af A ' 2 . AAAA li- L 'ww 1 ' Vernon Mills ,lg Bill Harms and Bob Holmes. Bill Hale and Tim HBYVGY- 15 ' J Y, ,T .,,,.,- . ,4 Lf Y W Y Larry MacFarlane: the answer is . . .uh? Jim Devillier Pat Wolf ff I l 5 . Darrell Baker and Melvin Watson i A E E . i I 46 ,5 X i 1 Y gg , A X X 0 Andrew Massey John Holmes Bob Albers and Sharyl Hardiman: "You mean I slept through the whole thing?" I W. r f all' I 'I Qi, " 'M -I f' . f ff A f ' 2 , . X, I f X af rM'l' r ff, ...ggws I -..n....... Larry Grench Bill Brandenberger .-A-.ET -21 .1 IVIED I ATHLETICS , y , 5 Q , km -,.,-wwf-" I W ' Igm. ,.. ..'-. 'JL ,,, Mike Schoenleber vs. Jeff Steinbauer Susan Comer Q f, ' gP,W.,7i V "sH'f3,,z 3 Van Spake Steve Tosone Steve Bodemann Joyce Pittenger .1 4 PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS E 5 T 3441, 'Q ,wuz 5 Pagfid Blakely "You know, Jeff, it helps if you turn on the ig t." Bob Chin monitoring an EKG. Jack Waterman actually learning how to use an instrument in physical diagnosis. ! 7 5- gov" If 6 , M: X ' T W 8 1 4 1 I, 'Th 1 ' .1 Aw E I . sr' ' f , l i gg? f fx g A. -I Mike Waldschmidt at scope: "So that is B,-ad Martin to Steve Taylor: Pl-'b'C half! "Where did you say your anus was again?" ,fi Gary Cott injecting Jeff Conrow: "The nurse said not to bother with looking at where you're aiming." .f Right: Jim Duncan, Rich Cronemeyer, and unknown technician demonstrate how to avoid taking repeated blood pressure measurements. 'll 'i 3 l l l l 4 gl' ' l .l i i 3 l 3 i 4 1 I ' , I , 1 l l l 5' Q V , l As part of an effort to encourage positive thinking about medical education, the staff has ' l I X ' undertaken independent research as to the advantages of the three year medical curriculum. l i After extensive consultation with the faculty and lengthy, soul-searching rap sessions among the staff and students, we are finally ready to publish our findings concerning the advantages of the three year curriculum. They are: lll lt pleases the legislature. l l .ii X f'. li ii 1iQl ll X ii 5 2 l I El ,ll l l -l i 2 i - . 1 i l Charlie Porter David Buchner, Editor i i l , l ' Bill Smith Mary Jane Schism Bruce Short E 1 ' r l , . " 5 V e , V: . n I Y. I W I . we A fb' ' U , if lxf M Q, r 1 'L n 1 ,.-. . ' nu lb , ,wg I ,Ezi- .nb p-..-.... ,1-.-. 1 11 4 5- . We-, - !l X, 5 r e, K- ,, x1f"4'ti ' rf- X --xg 1 e Mike Schoenleber Margaret Nickell, during clinical process sexual awareness weekend. Pete Hudson Q I lo' I v s M 1 r 4' X934 195, Fl . -1 -new John Lonergan Lynn O'NeaI Mari Anne Butterfield Jan Leo Bruce Jones , 161 Q, SS raw fl Marga ret McDonald f'X Mari Wirthman Colleen, have you if " 'W' ' lk Y, , hw-ww, r "hr- J 2 F, , if Av I ,,,- V 'gli Eg Q64 5 Ruth Santee Seen. . . 2 f . 1 W' E Linda Elizabeth Coon Joyce Olson . f 'll 1 ' ga. T! jg ' ,, 'ff' D ,W 'X -f A X,'. Shirley Venn- w ,...js.Q "Leader of Leaders" Q YQ ' H ' A "kwi- WX' 2 , Marianne Taylor if IBBQ' i The philosophy of the program is to maintain the objectives that facilitate the outcome of professional competence . 4.,t wi " A f ' ,,,,, 532' f A VVV' nb 4 A ...Q Lil Larson-the Lil Larson-the dry look wet look 1 ,, alll, Rita Clifford-the wet Rita Clifford- look the dry look W J ACTBESPECTABLE N y ,QQ I .31 ' -,' "H" L, ,' X f 3 rf, . .1 ,fi W if y w..e.r 3, r '- nit 2- .9 4. Marty Barnard "lsn't this weather excellent?" Ivor: , ' ff :- f "L 'P' "il Now let me get this straight, ya Q55 5 JL: ,QW4 swallow the pills and do what f ggjf' 'F V. with this other? 1:55 L 7 .,,., f,,g-,, ,, 1 Q. ,L x S. Roberta Thiry v , 'vt 113513245 ls. 1? ,v , 3 v I M Q6 1-I ' 1 Jw f 5 3 Z alot to adolescent No, you don't put butter on a burn. Nursing 5: Lead- ership in Action! Karen giving us another song and dance. Today I have Psychodrama with another .1 ,. ,,,. L. .. K. 2 f- cover. f ", . . jl Norse pollutnon causes V many problems. Ask any 1 jig L nursing student. , , ln which ori- fw 5 l lf keifg 'Q :je g - ff, to Wie do YOU f thmk the I ' catheter ' V ig5f"'f' I goes in? 1 4. X f '- W V ,, , , L 5 x rj of if ll L Just how far along are you? Of course there is always Nitrous Oxide. Jackie Jackson I have a few handouts to go with my lecture. J, J QQ: i I ,Q we in, fitting' 'f , AWN, ' f Y :W fl , I A3 LP Just because all the patients on your team died doesn't mean you are a bad leadership QM J b I Sue Shinkle Are you with me? wg, 79' , .3 ,el .. 1, , J f 1, ,ie W e . y , ,L in V ,, . he -im,-,n M ,,:U:,iw,w S 'TW-5 fa if v gi-3 r 'jlfff A a , l ill 7 W4 5 y ' X 3 ef-'xffpiwf , 4fJj:'2ff4':25 K my WA ,,1,i., K, -qw Y Mfg f . E' -- ' A K., -ig5,,Q y t W g , :,,,,1n?ffygff,M f,,,',Qs G V f-'xi J WZ' 'Wim -,fb ,J K 1 if at :g'5f'IABr .,,, ,I kye, ,, , , ,,., - f ' fr my if li ' 'fs . W3 ' W K 4 K , - 1 f f f AA- 5' mg a-,M,.. -W ,,,, ,, .Y f-A-fa-W ' ' G x "et 1' ' nl 'M ,f X -Sm . .x f , J -.Q '.',-,figigt fs- he fm. 'I-14, J J' A-sy 5. .0 J tlm, l ,J fin i .-'-.1- Q'fjS,jf 1744, .L 'A -." : Q H 5 5,-'I " '. " ,,. i .f, :.,1 :Y3:':f:,? 4 x 'I ,www I I 'I ko QQ rn' A- y.. --.W-foil. J ig 'r it 'aff , K R774 , f asv ,L H Vx , f Q 3 5 xl X A - . - . 2 X A ww, Q M 1 K ,ig e Q , 1349 A fi if is F ' X .K 4 . VSV v f if W f mr f X tw 1 v Q ,Y ,ig 4 l + W. , s. Q ,5 5, ,Y , r X ff ,M 1 , Hoff G 5 1 1 7 Q S A 1 ,v ,aw ,, K X' ' :W ' , ---eg.:-E'3-if-f,,:,Fe,-.,,,.,K -, V ,. Q Nurse, is it time for my pain med yet? No, l don't own 200 shares of Lippincott! Nettie's office of Student Affairs. Would you like one? ,,,,'L' l , fn' pgs, , f , ,ra ff, 5.- 9,5 'X X ,f ,v 'ls Wasil 4 The new Dean. 'SQL .3- -nfU"w.,:"" we i-, i -AS 'f "" e f e gs? 'lli " A9 , Y Y l Q5 , 5 igm I iiixw X N5 5 ' M. . J' ' , 2 x A f ,W , X 2 X m , ,f 56 X' ' bf 1 ?e,avf2Yf 'M 'Q '1 'Y' - f- Wallis ' x ,3fg,,:V'g K ' :..w.,fi :QS wr.,,3M,, ,- ,V ff ,V A y 'easel M i, A a e , -. " A ev , v XEM I Q' eff 'ct' 'N 'K H ef f M. 'I4'!.-t, 1 ie ! '11 4 , 34 fl MV, f 4 0 ' Q 1 5? ,lf v ak! z Mount! Congratulations lf I were you Dr. Krantz, l'd. . . Mary, you finally made it to 2G. Jean, could you please repeat the last 2 hours of your lecture? , Qi, are H V se, f ,M A A .5 if ,mx Q., , ,' W , - ,-'l, ,sf ,, , ,,,.. ae . . 166 Nancy Cordare 4512: 1 1 , l H .. l gf' lu lb, 1, . ,I lx' r- "'j'-f7ZT-J 1, I I. XX f lf, K ' X 1 M I I Jr, V l VA X 2 f' will , I l "Well, I guess Helen passed her slate boards!" JAYHAWKER R.N. AWARD Dr. Anita Wingate The Senior Nursing Class of 1975 has selected Dr. Anita Wingate as the recipient of the seventh annual Jayhawker Fi.N. Award. Dr. Wingate has been selected as the instructor creating the most effective learning environment. Anita recieved her BSN from the University of Kansas in 1964. She was staff nurse in the OB-GYN outpatient clinic, KUMC for one year before returning to the University of Kansas for her PhD. which she recieved in 1972, major area--Anatomy, research interest--Fleproductive Physiology. Her teaching responsibilities include Physical Growth and Development, Maternity Nursing Electives, and the Thesis direction for master's students. She has served on various nursing intradepartmental committees as well as the KUIVIC Library Committee and the Human Experimentation Com- mittee. She is a member of Professional Organizations including Sigma Xl, Sigma Theta Tau, American Nurses Associ- ation, and National League of Nurses. , J, 2 ' - - l M- ' mx- . -..- K U Q 1 E 5 E E Y 1 5 5 E A, 1 1 v 4 n 1 AYSVNZL Q' .gf fxva VN . Q AVA off, M86 gigs X U L 1" V. x QXA Y-M A .4 'iv X V X ,, 2 Tx R if Y' , , ffifgv f, S, .. 6 pr ua 2 ff ,S if " F4. 5 : 'X iw-.ff '-' ,-1 'v.2 fs: 'U U N 'N . O ' .Af-1 011 'S V3 ,ff F 315, YN 4 W I iv . 2 1: A I f 4.1 3 5, Z 1-'. ,X I i O s Q Co -Q .3 X QF' 'T 'CQUJ Qfo as Q-:'U sq! AC P'-1 rv rt -.I vwfx 'N 2 U ,, : 1 fi Q- N. R, 2: o 'Q W ,W ,xx 41 x 'ei Q It 1 xv Sy Q Q' 1 2 ,A I v Q9 Q9 I f '35 0 ' few f ,fx QR Q 59 rf' 659 'ff ggx xanax .C-A. 2 ad Q 5 5 . --.., V- . ,,"x 'm rv i E3 Exim X: 2 C QQ S CK 4 Viklfg V bw, if gk ' ,LQ -ef i ' 'f 4 Sp f 5 f L , ' 3 f . 1 ' K 4 af V - wt ff 4 . 7 , 14. 1 Z , Eileen Bashford Margaret Ballard Arnold Marilyn Bailey Sharon Stevens Blevins Patricia Boone Karen Bowen Judy Bosky Donna Braun Betty Bulger ,N Dlana L. Cage fha Kathryn E Caudle 1.425 Gail Coffey if. liw Pamela Coleman New VEVTZT7 "e' ' af' ,C ,. , w x ' I ,xii Nancy Conyers ABF Barbara Burns Cope Devra Davis Joslyn Anne Dewey Katherine Douglass Terry Duffield Deborah Eltiste Judy L. Ervin 19' Patricia Fowler 'UN B Janet Garst nb B. Ursula Gordon 1 40' Marilouise Hagenberg R, K Grace Heersink . 'F Vivian L. Heidenreich if fi' Glenda Hemme I 1 Y , ev ijlrfb we if , li 1 . x ,mf , E ' "" ff T' 5" L' fffgkgafi ., fv , - iikilfiffgrwf i , f , Y Q, " Q wx, M '14 A ,ff A 1 ,, f f iff' '.- " , gl Q" g -' A ',',ff,lx'n hz .,, My Ql h wif , ,W , . 6 4 .wi ' A E9 , X W w Q gi 3 ff f W H X. 9 ii 5 ,A 5 if M 'gf '52 'I '11 X 2 fix if ly an , W. we is , , ww , ,Eli 23, X, K W 1 ,, W 1, I W M 1 i 1 M rig? gil X3 ' 1,53 '1 mx? f ' 5 ES up ,K ,S , ei -'S' ,Jw 9 A X -.55 X Xia :H Valerie Herrick Rosie Boose Howlett Kay Ann Kitzman I X, Kerrie Kriegshauser Jean NI. Levesque 036' Carol A. Lindgren -up Cathy Marsh Piper Marsh in 411 Cathy Jo McCall ff? Nlardee NIcNary AUX Cindy Murray Laurie Miller Roys IVliIIer Deborah Drummond Orth Barbara E. Osborn Sallie S. Page 5 Deborah Penny Charlie Nlae Quinn Deborah Rieb ,ff Lynn Rickenbaugh Susan Riden !"' 10- Juanita Rothrock fa Linda J. Schwartz Zh Joan Deppe Shook ai'- Carol A. N. Smith Y, fr . V Cora Smith .. 41' Gretchen Staley 1 g Rebecca S. Stoss 'n .I ii i i i i 'i ? i i i i i i I I i i i . i i 5 i i i 3 re i Thomas J. Tessendorf Lynn von Unwerth Barbara Wiksten Sharon La Ree Th ate Kristin Ann Winblad Jody Winchester Catherine IVI. Winters Olivia Yarbrough Pamela Yoder Katherine Zeller Judith Zellner Susan Zimmerman ix 'Qafpnl-mr PM-W Egfr ffl 1? You mean your care plan is only 28 pages? X4 Just because you re paranoid doesn t mean they re not out to get you Library work is so much fun, Although the work is never done. Nursing readings, specialized care, Knowledge to find, it isn't there. Books and books fill every aisle, While hallowed nursing readings fill the file. We wish that that nursing school was no more And that the library would lock the door. The problem with nursing school is staying awake through readings. Homeward Bound 4 I There is no confidence interval for nursing A 3 .7 itfafis f'X lyk A :ii 4,7 :lg , ' ,5 ,A , Q rf, f, , L .. WWW At KUIVIC Nursing School The Leadership profs played it cool No talks to prepare x " I Their rumps saw much wear -1 x"M'-T' And coffeebreaks were the main rule ' j f rrAk1s ft Q! A lag, iz I hfffwfffwwjwfgt ' I A f wi WORKSHOPS can be fun if you need a , Ili W I5 rest,. . . h and you're not on a duet. ww rg X'V' lifffl MJ Patty gets her Christmas Goose early. av' Y, ' ,LGA 'W ,Q I My .. ,,,,.,.m- M1AfssfaL 2 ,,,..-,- ff- 1 - n l,,' I 37'-A A 'Q , 2 1 - :Y kg a'. k.,- 4 , , Q, f ixq Jw A 94 ff? fin? J' ""'f . . "' K Q, M, qv, 1.8 ' 1 5 Li 1 A 'la fir? mi 5 W' 1-'13 KNAW' as av? ai 5, ' K, . ' ff ""L' Q M X 1 ay N . A at ffgggi 5'5" lyffm N-V1 . 1 V 2 Ei rf 'X A' f If Sf? 2 . 1 L! 3 Q 'ff ff - I 9 f L " , a 1 ww: . X 'ww if - Yfif m ' 'Q TQ f 'N . """"" -14, ,J if, ,Q l " ' ,im This explains it better than Grant's. lt's not in my iob description. jf' fx ,I 92? 1 it f miie 5 Y? What is a NURSE by Dan Valentine A NURSE IS MANY THINGS . . . She's sym. pathy with hope in her eyes 4. . . Knowledge, with tomorrow in her hands . . . Love with her fingers on the pulse of life . . . ' She's a Nurse. She's a cool hand in a fevered world . . . She's kindness in the dark of a lonely night. . .5 She's a Nurse. She's everything good in the world with a smile on her face .' . . She's everything fine in life wearing a white cap . . . She's a Nurse. She comes in all sizes and temperament . . . Short, tall, blonde, brunette . . . laughing,f serious, happy, dedicated . . . She's young and old and in-between . . . si She's a Nurse. She's a diplomat with a pill in her hand, philosopher holding a hot water bottle, am- bassador pushing a wheelchair . . . She's Flor- ence Nightingale with a tired sigh . . . K She is mother, sister, girl next door . . . She's a Nurse. She has learned long ago to cry inside -- and never let it show. She's an optimist with, a cheery "Good Morning" . . . She's hope with a friendly "Good Night" . . . She's a Nurse. Men fall in love with her . . . women envy her usefulness . . . and little l girls dream of growing up and being iust like her. She's a Jill of all trades - dietician, hand- holder, post mistress, secretary, flower-arrang- er, chaplain, neighbor, love-lorn adviser . . ' and friend . . . ll She has the self-control of an Army gen' eral, the efficiency of a business executive . . . . She's as reliable as the seasons . . . - -L ll --e ,,i. ,l ,........ ' 5:-X ' - l Shelilqlezoctors 3 lf: -1:-' N A "-ff3:"""'i"- X N l f X-I l , ,Q She likes: Starched uniforms . . . patients getting well . . . healthy babies . . . new mothers . . .doctors . . . penicillin . . . the smell of anti- septic . . ..well-made beds . . . the aroma of fresh linen . . . and just being a nurse . . . A nurse is made up of one part gentle- ness . . . two parts sympathy . . . three parts knowledge . . . with additional dashes of com- passion, self-confidence and enthusiasm . . . She starts out each day with a heart full of hope and sprinkles it up and down the corridors of her own pri- vate world . . . Dedicated and true, she has roamed the battlefields of the Crimea, brought mercy to the screams of Gettysburg . . . She was the last angel in the hell of Bataan . . . She's a Nurse. Her kindness makes the world go round . . . Her warm smile can fill a cold room . . . She's a princess of hope . . . a queen of dreams . . . The world is her ward . . . She's a Nurse. She can be found everywhere: Holding babies, turning over patients, patting pillows, ivin ills stickin arms raising beds mea 9 n g p 1 Q 1 I ' surlng serum, holding hands, taking tempera- tures . . . and just standing someplace being pleasant to somebody . . . She's companion to the lonely . . . Heroine tothe troubled . . . She's a member of the world's most hu- mane sorority . . . She's America's most cherished citizen . a woman in white with God in her hands. She's a Nurse. Y I think l'LL have the ham and cheese on rye. Egual Time Dept: E . THE WAY IT ls. Vw :sit 1 xxx it 1 lmwcmukl Chief of Staff Leaps tall buildings in a single bound ls more powerful than a locomotive ls faster than a speeding bullet Walks on water Give policy to God Staff Doctor Leaps short buildings in a single bound ls more poweful than a switch engine ls just as fast as a speeding bullet Walks on water if the sea is calm Talks with God Resident Leaps short buildings with a running bound and favorable winds ls almost as powerful as a switch engine ls faster than a speeding BB Walks on water in a swimming pool Talks with God if a special request is approved H-I-he ups and downs of nursing!" Intern Clears a small hut Loses race with a locomotive Can fire a speeding bullet Swims well Is occasionally addressed by God Medical Student Runs into small buildings Recognizes locomotives 2 out of 3 times Wets himself with a water pistol Dog paddles lVlumbles to animals The Nurse Lifts buildings to walk under Kicks locomotives off the tracks Catches speeding bullets in her teeth Freezes water with a single glance She is God. J' I J , Wm Well girls, can you come for a Tupperware Party Learning how to deal with the Med Students. Val, we'lI get ya to 2G as soon as they have a bed. L, 6 Q I V Lew flips the bird. Cheese! -mal 5? E. s ane, could you please move to the other side of the room. I'm ergic to smoke. X... ' Nurse Dewey demonstrates how to elicit the Blevin reflex for increased intracranial pressure. This is secondary to completion of 863 nursing readings. Studies show this may be pathological. Excuse me, I think l'm in the wrong program. igf , ,,-an-, fe a 24 r Z it SQ 'X' E7 It beats nursing readings. P-LF 'r-uv-W wr asik U ,, li" . .4 R tual: an iw: . ff N214 ' Zvi-i xiii?" L-' .fs-.ug Q- -T'T?,'LJ 5 .M ---1 v. 1 H 'sag rm r H -1, 1' " 1 bird ran: 'J 4,'f.,'?r 5 A ng ..- , , X rv- ' 1' - ' A -, UV! . V ,,o- r Ugly r 2 ,shtfsrl 5 I. 1 vu .5 -vi V! , , . u-r ,Q I-1 I my ' fad' f f Q' ' H 1 11:1- .QQZAJJ wif. ' M in XL-,V i' ,K wzzma MJT- - 'N I Wig, E1 1 . .- ff 'WPI' A - NW, , ,X.. ' M ff" v 2 'vt , X if ,a f ' .3 , .-f u f 'f , A V, A .. ,. K S 1 I , .JM QQ " f K . X, K L m....-- Danni' Are you using aseptic technique for this transplant? Oh! Here's a vein! .falf lcv Turn the Page. 3 , , ,al 13 A QM I -X 24.43, 3 - , Q 4 wif-ef? " , I .fn 1 W 1 A , . ,, an ff- y .V y 'gf ' 1 ,r ' I W . ,A+ ,'1.J,,.' Dfw' - M, fins, , C ' 1 ,, , I .,. , L A -1 gfffg g , ,- 1 cL'734v'.:.f' ' fl S P f 1,9241 ' wid ' H I 'f ""'3' - ml row 5'4" ICI- , ,,,, ,z H' , M ff? Y K 1 Wg 1 3 1 1 "5 A 1- , f , if .W +- f if lv ky ff vi I-lg, L ,. ' - " -. X K" ft! FO exciting med student parties at kumc iz ,-.U I I y Gi-I si 0 13 34 ll xl ll zs 'a N 15, F I l I Mary Oldford, left, Steve Bulleigh, right. 4 . 3 l l l 1 l l Sharon Bowers 196 2 fy ff mf , , ' Q THQ. mmm-M M, L an .WL , , f Ja ? f ,.1 - ' 4 '. ff kv -V' Sherry Archer, left, B H Q ,.,Mw.. Michele Bucher arb Berger, right. WW-.wwuw MMM 'WM' f""f7" Susan Chiles Karen f I Jody Darnell Audrey Cockburn Kathy Nligliaccio, left, Joanne DeBoard right. Courtright 1 7 V11 ,ry ' "IW i ,J . v "Q H ,Z -5 A Y. , 4 , ff ' mai 'Q "M JJ" .l:Q. , ' , ,TL a ' M' V ' jf! Qi U' y X, 197 Kim Fitzhugh, top, Becky Werbin, bottom. Mary Ellen Freed Pat lVlcAnany Rita Nloore, left, Julie Fryjright N 1 1. ' r ,..'1 1. v,e . Cindy Gibson, left, Jane Hurtig, right Becca Grunt 5 5, 5 e if .ll I 2... pw-w-n l ,R V . v Joan Helmsing A U ,Ee ' . 's 'YJ' S gn, -rv ' .1 .. Ann Harper, left, Michele Ryan, right. Susan Harvey 1.,',w r if fuk r u ' iff. x. 'FAM ,,,,, ,1,, , 4 V V 3 , . awe Q, ,N ',,f, 'QM 963 Ji 1, -my -3 'W l 'V I WW I lg 1, ffl' Jane lVlcAnany, left, Carla Wilbur, right. 14? Lynn Jeffries Gail Kerr Kathy Kosier Jaylene Lambert Karen Larson, left, Maggie IVIullen, right. Janet Nlallon ff M 4-wa?" Kathy Lowry Patty Robinson, left, Pat lVlaturo, right -...N Jane McAnany Susan lVlcCIanahan, left, Donna Sosinski, right. Janet lVlilligan, left, Joanne Rockers, right. , Q5 ,Y W ,, 149' N 9' Q an Y-...rf 'K ,f ,.ll, 1' ' v ' I s i X ?yw fm,4,fNM www ,., ., , lVlarcie lVlilhan Eileen McCullough Lenny Peters and Sue Ward Lori Myrick Terryllynn Neil rx 1 2 Polly Parks, top, Chris Peterson, bottom. Stephanie Sachen M, y ii, ,yy Rhonda Rice, left, Kathy Schmitz, right. Anne Rieke Jenny Schroeder Susie Stutz Debbie Scott 3 , - - A 9.L. ,...... L. .' Lenny Peters Linda Wendlandt 'L-uP' fb 'f b M, I ,,...,,.1 V , XX bf, MV if Deborah Selfridge Becky Shaw i - , . . 'Jiygi 5 ww i i i 1 i Judy Winter 1 i i Carma Werner V 1 i , , --.- Francine Wiike 1 Lou White Deborah Wynn i i i i i i 206 i i wt i Ron Hunninghake, Lab Instructor Bruce Lowe, Lab Instructor f if' f I -1 tai: --1 QA YL l I NOT PICTURED Kathy Donham Claudia Gage Becky Rome Jane Lacy Barb Mullen Marilyn Ortbals Felisa Perez Ann Standefer Lynn Thorton Gretchen Young Jyl Hunt -p- H b I N ,Ithi I4 d liciulls I'Il alihi b ldnst? ' ' as Q M xl' 1 QB, We-al f Ndlmikf fu A- . , lg,-J , ll -ff fa, ii Q? -,if 'iii' Debbie Huff Marilyn Sturn photo to left, left to right, standing: Cora Carr, Florence Yuan back row: Marilyn Sturn, Nancy Pavey, Kathy Hannaman, Carlo Sette, Debbie Huff, Judy Perry. ' bottom, left to right: Judy Perry, Kathy Hannaman, Carol Sette ..,...--d PHYSICAL THERAPY l. LI A. , NN A L H' 4.: X f -4 if E 4 ' A . . 4 f. ,gf ' 152. Q . y zgjr . h':x4fYg' . ' A 5- . NL ' jeg 1.5 F f 'N ,X Ly ,fs i fr. . ' S .4 1 9 +A--'L J - ' , . . -, ., , ...- ' - , 60th Physical Therapy Class - Spring, 1974 Back Row: Fulkerson, Karla S., Chmielewski, Diane M., Prim, Kaye R. Prohaska, Mary C., Durst, Leslie F., Walker, Gary, Bentson, Amy E. Cink, Rodney E. 2nd Row: Rugan, Sharon K., Schmidt, Krista J., Smith, Jacqueline L. Boyer, Starr H., Neff, Sarah C., Mackay, Marcia M., Smarr, Julie A. 1st Row: Markey, Scott M., Ruhl, Mary R., Noll, Susan M., Spikes, Susan D. Anderson, Karen S., Ehly, Debra A. Q..-...Q-M. ,I ' - , 4 ' . , Q ,, - 4, I A -, , " - , Q. . 3 ' A ' ' -'env' 'ii .. N' , .. , - - . . - . igqx , 1 -- -ax -f-1 ,t-,il Qi, g , , my I V- if ' xv t' 1 W. 61st Physical Therapy Class - Fall, 1974 Back Row: V. McBride, J. Boeh, M. Anderson, C. Hart, J. Dronberger, S. Graber, G. Root, T. Huseman, L. Estes. 3rd Row: J, Dix, C. Jones, C. Schenewerk, R. Vollertsen, D. Moore, L. Hinman, S. Guthrie, S. Mangelsdorf. 2nd Row: E. Lander, L. Moore, T. Malone, R. Gray, J. Lamparter, D. Gragg, P. Hall, N. Fehlker. 1st Row: P. Clinkinbeard, K. Welch, J. Norris, P. Stuckey, L. White. , 63 E5 THE DEPARTMENT UF POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION ALL mls AND Mons! The Department of Postgraduate Medical Education won formal recognition from the Kansas Board of Regents in 1945. Many different courses have evolved over the years to serve the increasingly diverse needs of the Kansas medical professionals. Not only does the department offer refresher courses for physicians, it also offers a wide selection of courses and seminars of interest to nurses, technologists, therapists, and hospital admini- strators. lfyou have any questions about specific courses or dates, please write or give us a call. Some of our services include: -HOME STUDY COURSES in Basic Hematology, Pediatric Hematol0QY, Advanced Hematology, Difficult Electrocardiographic Diagnosis, Radiographic Studies of the Upper Extremities, and Radiographic Studies of the Pediatric Chest. -NURSING OUTREACH COURSES meeting in Parsons, Hutchinson, Emporia, Manhatten, Con- cordia, Colby, Garden City, and Great Bend. These Courses make postgraduate education readily accessable to all nurses across the state. -PHYSICIAN OUTREACH COURSES are presented in eleven Kansas cities. These courses keep physicians across the state up to date with recent medical problems and advances. -MEDICAL SYMPOSIA held at the KUMC campus bring health professionals, from all over Kan- sas and the surrounding states, together to hear eminent speakers lecture and discuss current topics. Clinical and laboratory experiences are often a part of the programs. -CLINICAL TRAINEESHIPS are arranged for periods of one week to three months whereby a physician or other health professional re-enters a teaching hospital for intensive, personalized training designed to meet his or her specific needs. . lx --Ig ll 4 f The Jayhawk on the left was drawn several years ago vi by Dr. Gene V. IYogiI Williams M54 at the request of 9 I 4 1, Dr. Jesse Rising. The drawing of the Jayhawk Nurse is 1 3 J x PQ if 6 the latest of the Jayhawk family. Dr. Williams' crea- 5 ' g N Qt? M' tions have found their way into the hearts and memories 9 -9 N , f I5 3 G , y Es f of thousands of K.U. alumni and it is his drawings that U 9 Q .ff ,H 1 fn decorate the inside covers of the 1975 Jayhawker M.D. R Q A Q -'N-'11 - NIQQQ 'axe vll D 4 H 9 ,, . ft Eff at LEP' Ai , 5 'QI U f' QS' W TI-IE PARSONS CLINIC 1509 MAIN 421-0600 PARSONS, KANSAS 67357 The Parsons Clinic is looking for several physicians to join present group of five full-time members Excellent uarantee - 3 with full participation in earnings plus opportunity to become partner after one year. Liberal policy concerning educational leave, vacation and weekends off. Ideal medicine and raise family. Progressive modern hospital with full-time pathology and radiology services. Extra curricular activities are great with fishing, hunting, boating and golf. community to practice Direct inquiries to! The Parsons Clinic, 1509 Main, Parsons, Kansas 67357, or call collect Dr. Charles F. Henderson, 516- 421-0600. 66 4, ...V , .WV-.,,, ,- :.e,,f,r,-,-.f- , - . s A 1 I notice V Deaf, dumb and T that -l Yes I . I blind! What's you I thatfs he DOING here? 4 have a Cranby! I' ' blind ' He's also Studying to be student deaf an Insurance at the I and Exam Doctor! F school! mute! He'II make out fine! X ii, Vlbp hr, IIIIW IIQW for gli , ' Q kr , Q A . Hp N -ai Q f X - VI IIIIQM I W f WI' ' I J I l 'a I,II wi!! ----f , u I ,qi-' , M ,..,.: ,- an UNITED MEDICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY "See us for your microscopes." Write or phone for free information 2805 Main 221-0115 IE. be Q 1 fm-fic ff l ' , yu m 1 nr f ""4" """ 25' is Q5 1604 Westport Rd. PL 3-4720 NORM'S Zesto Burger Kingsize Pork Strip Kingsize Italian Steaks Call Your Order In - Ready On Arrival I 53 l li l if il 15 all il Q15 is I ,fi fi t .1 15 AE pie 1 l 1 it l. Qi ll li 11: 1 li ,li li ll 4 Ll lj l Q 1 1 I Medical 84 Laboratory Equipment Special Discounts To Medical Students, Interns 8a Residents 89 Years Experience Equipping Medical Offices No Down Payment on New Equipment Complete Contract Department Providing Planning, Renovation, New Construction 8a Equipping. Goetze-Niemer Co. 1701 Brooklyn Ave. Kansas City, Mo. BE 1-1900 TWIN CITY GARAGE 1914 West 39th St. Kansas City, Kansas "WE ARE SPECIALISTSP In Quality Auto Body Repair and Repainting Member "Automotive Service Councils of America" Phone 722-5151 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS SF 1975 Pi-lvslciAN's ' AMBULANCE EXCHANGE I Ill I INC. 2826 IVlain 931-9500 3535 Somerset 649-4442 REAL FUNNY! HA! HA! HA! -and soil conclude by wishing you, the Graduating Class of 1975. good luck and Godspeed as you go forth, into the great World of Well. . . that does it! Now, I - give each Graduate something ' he can keep and cherish the rest of his life! A symbol of Pro s ' 3 diploma, Uh... i of . cou rse! I the entire Medical fe sion! ' !No.d ,,,,,. , J, L - ' '- - , 12.1 if-9" V, Y , -, ' ' ' - --k' "Leia,-Liwgzzmsiv, . 2 .-, I A., 9 ssmsisme line . , If 7' xg P I . This sure beats holding retractors! FLUAID -8 ELECTROLYTE CONFERENCES I , f 216 X 1 . . JIM MYS 'Z V-.::f,--,Xin A JIMMY'S .nissan is THE cLosEsT THING Tu.A , , E STUDENT-FACULTY SOCIAL- f VE,EL N E RECREATIONAL cgmen Q .W - THAT Kulvlc HAS! Hey Bud Man,.. . . . common knowledge . . . ,Send 0V9fan ' Those Medical A are at it again! THE BEST TGIF IN KANSAS ' . Alnew one for the Guinness ' . A-1 V i ' b ,. ' F5521 sh 4 fi gl f1i'.'w,-bffl K ,iz M ,XV .M ,F - -A-,.,: .f,- .1. 1, ,, Q fl , I Q ,, , Qi I Ai'i?itf,i 1- x s. 53 an 5151112 Aixwg- K 1 Q- I m - .A : fv,:. f.:V ..gs a"f1,.:1 . W V E E 3 .ig 31 A- - 1- g J Qffg gz g - S ' Q, 1,w?,5..i, ,5 ., ,, pay .:- .1 .' 1 -fvx.2m'Q2v:fsW grv ' 1 ,, wi GF . ,fr M as-i- ,, 'if w ww: f':-a::Qg.' .1 55" K -4- an . 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Kuivlc! 153 56 LOUIS E I C L suPPLv TUPEKA TULSA KANSAS cnv W'C"' 'TA 5 '39 i 63 p BJ f feiii Q -ff' .- if '- f il ' li qolllxffug- - ' ' R . i 0212, ' is ' 4 4 ' is -xxx 5' rfi,4S!i ' i1aGQ3 ffh f'- X F I :gf N 'L , l'f K IA s qggxf ,, 1 .35 . - r 1' A f N 3 -Q I C 1 I N,-,aa-P" ji' ,A 42' U1 'B rf H I I A 44 wi! Q5 M . Congratulations! if ' Now that you've fe? 'fi J 'graduated, don't' UP 'iw ,?Jw. forget to keep your Aiumni Office 313 A Building informed of 35 'Nix 'your address. 52 KU Medicai and Nursing Alumni Associations ggi ' fag 55 ARMY 37 3934 Q9 ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI St. Luke's Hospital of Kansas City, a 650-bed, non-profit institution continues to be among the first to bring latest innovations in medical advances to our patients. In 1957, St. Lukeis was the first hospital to begin hemodialysis and in 1968 was first in the United States to bring hyperbaric bed treatment into the patient care system. The Board of Directors and Medical Staff of St. Luke's Hospital recognize the urgent need for well train- ed physicians. They have dedicated themselves to a long tradition of contributing to graduate the post- graduate medical education and constantly accelerate efforts to meet the increasing demand for qualified physicians and other para-medical personnel. St. Luke's Hospital offers residency programs in Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Obstertrics-Gyne- gglggyg, Orthopedics, Pathology, Radiology, Urology, and Thoracic Surgery. The stipend range is from St. lsuke's has a proud history in providing patient care and medical education. It is our sincere wish to continue bringing medical advances to our patients and to persist in providing a strong, stimulating pro- gram to educate physicians. 25' '29 an of-. , , KANSAS STATE COLLEGE 12 MILES JUNIOR COLLEGE 28 MILES MODERN SWIMMING POOL 2 CITY PARKS CARNEGIE LIBRARY TWO MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSES WITHIN 15 MILES ' lhxfayl - V ......-.:J:,.. . L, i - yu: M 1 A-. .,.,,, . . . so very much, in fact, that we invite you and your family 4, 1- IME, , .'-' . - 1 ---':2?J, ' 1 ,. - " L .J lien- 57+ ,Leif-. - ,W W- f-: our new mann Hospital. OUR MEDICAL FACILITIES echo the cooperative spirit of our entire community, The ultra modern 25-bed hospital was well designed for the broad requirements of emergency and primary health care for the 7000 people in our service area, These facilities include a well-equipped emergency room, lah, X-ray department, coronary care unit, and surgical and obstetrical departments. The hospital has a consulting staff of five M.D.s. OUR MEDICAL SUPPORT in Girard consists of two medical doctors, three pharmacists, two dentists, excellent nursing personnel and 200 long-term care beds. OUR COMMUNITY of 2800 was founded by a doctor in 1896. As the County Seat of Crawford County, the city has developed intoa rural trade and industrial center serving over 7,000 people. Civic pride is evident in the activities of more than a score of business, social and cultural groups, including a large and active Hospital Auxiliary. Our Public School system with 1300 enrollment is rated as one of the finest in the Nation. It is staffed with well-qualified and concern hy the school administrators, guards are not necessary in the halls. Two banks with assets of over 25 million will make low interest rates available to you. We have active churches representing eleven different denominations. FROM OUR DOCTORS: You've made the sacrifice. In many cases your family has also sacrificed for your education. You deserve the living and working conditions of a community united in a perpetual effort to assist their doctors and their families. We offer our most sincere cooperation in working outa plan to ease the anxieties of relocation. The "good life" is here in the semi-tranquility of a growing, but peaceful Middle American community. Your financial security is assured in Girard, providing you the opportunity to clear away any scholastic debts in a very short time. You are welcome without necessarily making a life-time commitment. The affection of this community will capture and hold you and your family. BE OUR GUEST! Let us display our need for you and the opportunities we will afford you, For additional information, travel andaccommodations arrange- ments place a collect call to Mrs. Barbara Lohmeyer, Hospital Administrator I316I 724-8291. - Check our "fringe" benefits also. . . They're terrific ...... Very Respectfully, 1? Lu TILA PM Sf Zu? Nl:Id0HS to 'look us over' at our expense, of course. SZ V.LIH3IM HO A.LI3 SVSNVX ' 'IW SI? Nl'ldOl' 59 Girard Chamber of Commerce SL Hospital Board of Trustees 091-VS'Il'l.L' 'IW R I .. as Lu O If P. J: :ao s I ai f I o. G 2 I r-r A 2 L V. ,.. m . Z5 L 3 fs C l P 3, 2 J - 5 2. - gn. 2 vu U ' 2, EI is .A 8 2 P W J E, I A I 3 5' u 2' ff L Q U A , E C. - ci. j ' m .., 1 1 ' .A 5, ,.. 2 2 3 . ' EP -E O I :" 5 . 5. - ' P 9' a. 3 P o E' 3 in C Q in N fl c . 52' A. .. 9 on is n A. C .,. ft. O .. 0 O E 5, ... is 2 'U .. 2 is .. .. . o 2 O . IW I SUPERIOR FISHING STATE LAKE 10 MI. 4 LARGE RESERVOIRS WITHIN 50 Ml. DOVE, COON, DEER, COYOTE HUNTING RAINBOW STANDARD SERVICE 39th Rainbow Telephone RA 2-3900 RAND LPTHAT ou: COMPLEX mutatis-Aeour Youre 'ga LOOKING LIKE A PLATE oe SPAGHETTI- AND men- eALLs-uusr vo AS rve row YOU! SIMPLY SAY TO 1 YOURSELF.. 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The opportunity to see our community and meet its people before you give serious thought to our offer A Please Call or Write IVI- DBIIHIS Kramer can get together: I---ETIIIG3-.., FOR GENERAL INFORMATION 'R 57 . A A J. 6 Eb ,199 9,5-'H' AI:-I-ER I-IR5. CALL COLLECT TO eflllng- t 2 an Llialdlde Jill-C0 if '11, , B16-471.2806 id swf an 5 . E1 ,' : ' . e 11 f ' fx Q I If I IY '-30, .Qi ' GERALD .I. DOWNEY, JR. at I 1, , L I -.NQNG Ogg . ,4 fx 4 y I .lrx AI-' 1 M I 3 . -- .I . NAVY INFORMATION TEAM PHONE: B16-374-2376 2420 BRoAowAv 374-3433 KANSAS CITV, Mrssounl 64105 HOME: 913-432-5518 University trained PFOSIIIGIISIS Lg E94 -Immediate post-operative fittings ORTHOSES -Spinal and extremity ELASTIC HOSIERY S' -All styles and weights SX , g tg, SURGICAL SUPPORTS S, QQ -Men and women MASTECTOMY PROSTHESES '. ,' -Personalized I tt ngs WHEEL CHAIRS ALFRED H. HAMMONS army-is ,Wm S C ,, G, ,ms Pfdllht-IIISII Bild IIHCI 011 BQ!-l P Shi THE UPJOHN COMPANY HOME: W. E. Ph 6655 Tnoosr Avxxvvn 1110 AvA1.oN LANE B16 zgleozoe KANSAS Cnr, Mxssoum 64181 0r.A-run, KANSAS 66061' 1816! 361-2286 C9132 782-4116 LCOMPANY ,Nc xx Eg' Lx 1121 GRAND AVENUE 0 KANSAS CITY MISSOUFII 64106 111 So. Main 1913-686 24461 Spring Hill, Kansas 66083 I ill, E, IQRHKLEW it ci I ' use an suns 1325, commence rowen, KANSAS c1TY, Mlssoum 64105 INSURANCE CONSULTANTS 1151: PHONE: may 421-1525 A. EVEFIEIT RILEY DAVID E. RILEY, C.L.U. May l, l975 Staff of Jayhawker, M. D. University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas City, Kansas Dear Doctors: We would like to take this opportunity to extend our heartiest congratulations to the Class of l975 and to thank you, the other medical students, graduates and members of the Staff of the Medical Center for your friendship and kind endorsement of our Company and ourselves. You have helped us and our Associates accumulate over the past 45 years the experience necessary to assist the professional man in estate planning, partnership agreements, wills, trusts, medical office management, Keogh qualified retirement plans, and Professional Corporation benefit plans. This has been accomplished through the constant review of the changes that taxation brings daily into your personal and professional lives. Thank you again. Yours sincerely, A. Everett Riley David E. Riley, C.L.U. New York Life Insurance Company m ' 1 E 'Eff' The Student Union Board of Directors and entire staff congratulate and thank all students for their contribution to the success of the Student Union facilities. 1 f L 3 fw Vw r w f "lt says here .... " Yes, they are in the new, enlarged, refurnished Student Union book store. Try it, we're No. 1 in the Midwest. A partial view of the new Student book store. ,VI ll """'b--Q--'m,.,,,,,, The new by-word: "Eat in the student cafeteria." Satisfying food with a small price tag. Students converse in the foyer ofthe new lounge adjacent to new book store. Dedicated to Dr. C.B. Francisco, the new lounge is a tribute to those whose presence will grace this lovely area for years to come. L- 1.16m wLf'l':l ,. v . l gl . .f ff Nz' 'I 'l 1 N I .4 I, 9 I i P I , f II Ii!! W l, Hg 1I .- i' ! ' 1 il 31 4 1'E ' i 'if i i f 711' E Zig : Via ' WH N wg 1, -, 1, . y 31 'j ig w i g Ti i k r 1 5 if ' '. , It 236 W ly flig W iii, i ? I K , W ,Ein g n ?" I Hi I H1 g I . , 5 a ' I in i if 3 .5 s . "I, ' fl: - MH A WI ,Hy '1 i l f Q :lx m ,E I 238 PISCHEL YEBFIBDDKS A mvvslow or nmr :cms v o some wmcmus mssuum um ua n 06 J Wf 3? 526.1 4 f 9 X Af f W S Y Y G M950 'fr 5 'id uf 1' .ST 6 gl 2 Vw . -Pi , I ul!!-1 i,


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