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

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Z .r A L.L.,M.v,.,, if E -, ,gig ' 3 L xx .gs ..,,,,, , -if ' A ' .. -- ,I . 4' -,, ,Jug M-- . -- A .. 5 in ,, , , .- ,Mmi 1 10 The Ronald McDonald House K U55 QQ, X51 54435 'WU V 'N A ',m ""'0W"lxmpgj Spring Fever Ol mpics '8 . r ,Q v ', K 1 . ,F A -1 A in ,' Z I ' , .- Q J . M24 Q XM z X in ,K XXX ' .- , T'-1 -N1 -L V 7 ., A,, if QM A 'ff N3 P ' ' Q X 4,. VY! xi j' ,I li ' 3: ' 5' , "X - I t , V 1 A Q rl. . w f tfff" xl ' M' 2 5? ' , , f ' "A iff' Q , , L . ., 1:1, ,ffm ,!.?'?-W 1" ' N i I2 1 Tlliilffl l , . . , , '11, A ' 1. A" sqm , t r ., ' ' L! ' ' .. .J . Tn , . V 1 L I ri? "W ff nw ,.,, 14 , ,..,.,....'- K' -,.,..f THE ILVER STALLIO AWARD Presented each year to the teacher or administrator who seems to go out of his or her way to make life a 'triflel difficult for medical students. The SIL- VER 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 instru- ment symbolizes the frustration and paranoia that medical students experience when dealing with the infamous re- cipients of this famous award. This year's recipient of this coveted award stands alone and ranks right up there with other great figures in world history, like Godzilla, Attila the Hun, and Dr. Jeckyl. This year's winner for loserj is Dean Dunn. Dr. Marvin Dunn in his brief tenure as dean has already managed to endear himself to the medical student. We do not mean to imply that Dr. Dunn is a poor physician or teacher. Far from it by all reports, he is an excel- lent physician and a concerned teacher. It is only as the Dean that M.D.M.D. tMarvin Qunn MQJ is a truly worthy recipient of THE SILVER STAL- LION AWARD. A z 1, , , .. 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Y .LQ ' wg w V E., ,4! f , ,- ' J , w 1 , -.xt W K 1 Y 1 I H ' I ' ' ug- 1 , N , , I if E , I 1 ,ly Q I ,Ag gn K X. 1 , f Z., .1 ?Q 1 x The Yearbook Staff Some of Them, Anyway Typical boring staff portrait picture. L to R - Nancy, Rex, Craig, Kathy, Debbie, Mike, and Rick. Note: Rare pictures of Rex Keith and Kathy Gromer - they're usual- ly on the other side of the camera or in the darkroom. "We,re going to climb the stairway to para- disc." After a semester and a half of sheer torture the staff made a suicide pact to jump off the balcony of Battenfeld. A RQ 1 a ., ,W gf! its 95, 'f is me-W I' 'M A '- W . :N 'K f.,z,.f ae. . -Q rryer s K 4 R i il WD' a w ,--i -- i . - -' 5 K F fav- . f - QM ,R I . - ,Q ' ' vi " 'ff'.' i:'l -. A '-M'f'f1-gil-Hr' " . V ' X i' ' ga 'I X ' so . - ' Q2 ft' sw ' - H, ,em 4. 5, k ,r K . 'ff Q ' xwwgz N N- t , fffrf 'rr' A. -at . ., y 4 X if 5, hw The Yearbook Staff endured many hardships in their heroic efforts to produce the yearbook Here seen at our meeting in Greece we had to drink the ouzo before it melted our plastic cups Note Kathy 8a Rex in action Craig Lapin 8: Becky Durano selling yearbooks. "Are you sure this is how Herff Jones started? Medical Students Assembly The MSA hard at work. This year the Jay hawker M.D. was a project of the MSAQ their representation here in the yearbook is not a paid advertisement. American Tourists! You can dress Nan cy up but you can't take her anywhere Z 97 fs 3 tw .- 1. p AMWA ..- f . .,., L .Q W ,Q Some AMWA meetings are more interesting than others. ,Z f ,,,,y.fv7i?t"f, ww 4 if M -Y-- --.-. .. , .MW ,,....,,, , .. , , , -' 1 Q V5 WJ,?i.:?.:, 1 . ,, AMWA believes in equal opportunity functions - inviting both women AND men to their functions. Note Service Director Britt Thedinger and Board Members of the Note Service discuss on the terrace of the Alameda Plaza Hotel the upcoming annual BOD meet- ing to be held at Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Thank you fellow subscribers! The Student nion Committee We Am. 'flir- Dr. Yarmat is adjusting his glasses, not thumbing his The Committee meeting over lunch nose. Y Ms F7 mil 5' If They came from all areas of medicine to join in kindred spirit. Small group Bible studies fortify and strengthen the inner man for the coming week. The "Stringfield Strings" -- someone try to keep time with Scott! Choosing a song the musicians can play. 38 0 Years Ago a group of students at Northwestern University Medical School felt a strong need to be related to other Christians in medicine, and Christian Medical Society was born. Today Christian Medical Society has 5,000 members in medicalfdental practice, and in rnedicalfdental schools. These members have banded together to servejesus Christ through their profession. Gal. 5:13. "Through love, serve one another."' ing. A time for individual shar H i l ,X , --E, . - A I k buf Il?-.1 , .Liga Hgh! Sw . ,Sw 4 ' .. I . kEf'ffiff1 , LIBRARY OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES ,Ill nvlcfs mv Joan B. Hum? AIA omscvon KANSAS S r M I fb :cr 1 THOMAS, HARRIS, ASH-A MASOI'I,RP I f .X KANSAS GENERAL CONTRACTOR1 B.B, ANDERSEN CONSIRUCTION C0.,lNC. TOPEKILKANSAS , XIAECEIAIIICYIL CONTIZACTORC RRGU8 SON MECHANICAL NTRACTORS I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR2 EVANS ELECTRICAL COIIST ECTION CO, ELEVATOQ CONTRACTOR' DOVER EI EVATOR COMPAII THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER KANSAS CITY, MO. ' KANSAS CITY, MO. KANSAS CIT'f.M0. 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' A ' Q, ,Sf .-. -wi 'W 55-AI .A , "-A 6.52 .- ,nf ,. :v'f.,,s, . ,A I y I ' -4' :M -1.-I--4 I - f ' A ,: '12, , A :ff A4 .- -415 - AAS, .1 A ft f, 35125-5 Con tructlon f My -. ,, J, 1 sh ff ' , ly 5 52 ..- DIETETICS AND NUTRITION N I Q ,Q 1 I X XKSIL ll W ,Q V!4, X ,sv J 3 mf f N 1 4 gfgg- N ,J3 gpg:-x 1:25 'U'.x.. 'nl , fm '- V , . gin' 11' A QS ,f .A ,, ' Z 0 W4 F 9 Nz f? : H- PHYSICAL THERAPY PT Faculty: L to R: Cam Wilson, Ruth Blanchard. PT Director of Education: Marsha Melnick Kathie Allison, and Jessie Ball. - "1'1 T il.r 'Qan- I Physical Therapy is Hard Work , fd I 3 - P.T.: Where the women are women and so are the men! Party Hardy! Tango anyone? I V ti il 11 e ee 44 . 5 , An Average Day of a PT Student :F h in m - if .sg v ,L Lf ' I f 45 EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ' ' I I 1 I W -. iii 'z i fha ----""' III l 1" f it M I E I ' I '- 'E 5 1 1 ' V .1.,, W J, 'm if-5 ' ,V I I e 'X' f k ai. At'-2' Field day with the Developmental Learning Center Kamikaze me! I, ,.,,, , l l 8 L I I I u ' ' 5 - ' ' we I ' 1 x. l 5 I' I ' L Fgwwuw-, L. 5 e- i - -Q,ffl-' Z M ' P ll Our unc KUMC KUMC I I KUMC trophy winning basketball team. Good try, Susan! FURTHERIN G OUR EDUCATION REHABILITATION MEDICINE 'snug U .f 'W d d Resrdents Dr Syed Hussain Dr Alan McBr1de Dr Chlef Occupatlonal Theraplst Lynn Luedke an stu ent Roxanne Werss help a chent w1th hand therapy Melvm Karges staff member Dr George Varghese nurse Joan McMahon Nurse Practmoner Va1er1e McCann of the back pam school explammg low back pam 48 Occupatlonal Theraplst conference Dr George Varghese wlth medrcal students W 'YR Receptionist Janette Hawkins Physical therapist Mary Jo Bugler with patient. Dr. Dean Reeves ,ww ,ja ummm Rehab. administrative assistant, Robert Kearney I , y K Lf ,,,v Dr. Mohamed Medhat r Emergency Mobile Intensive Care Unit Can I thump him? Do you size the Bicarb then the Epi . . . or is it the other way around???? 7' .r.. . ffliii. f . ' g ' y.,j1.'N"', " A 'W' I X A. Au' . i ig 1 Hey Rob, YOU forgot the needle! Is this how you auscultate breath sounds? 1981-1982 EMIC Class: L-R, top to bottom: Rich Peterson, Is this where the ventriloquist contest is? CEd. note, we Rob Kort, Keith Hicks, Steve Irwin, Marge Malkamas, just type whatis writtenj Ben Clark, Robert Wais, Pat Mayo, Terry Anderson, Char- " lie Shorter, "Bon Cthe dogj, Michael Reed. 50 Q Q J Ha, lgiffggx Zh? O' 1 xfx V ri E x ll All this training and Fm still sell- That'S right . . . 2 pepperonis ing ice cream. 8c 2 cokes. ei .1 ,, Do you defib the patient . . . or the monitor'?????? , ifl' YZ' V , KU givxs-L fLf"'4'3hY C195 'U s I 221 F xi, I K eff , E' Q 1 2 . EMIUS Au. Eg L mb X FERSOMALITIES J W 1 A " "T'f'1tT?f wewfff 'MW . . 4 , S f ., , 7, ,V 'waxy ip,-it 15 tw V ., Q, , , . . Mi me, A -fi.-v,,-if Wy f , f .mx-', vw 2. ifffs-'St n , ,mu we as Mf,Wnw.efnQ,-Qgvvw ff' wi l- sf-'Mi' in 7 ' Q: 'fe ' . 1 f :f A-New W A., 1 ., ,... W, , M ,iq ,f,,1a,7. 1, i, f, . , , ,L f f, ,,, -f .V tg' ' N-w1'r"' -V4 'V' nw V ff y T, X: 41- 'Evil-'vm ' S fqf 7?-7? 571 E 'K It's a bird, . . . it's a plane, . . . no, it's supermedic The new Life Flight helicopter . . . complete with landing light? "-v-...,.a,,,,m 1 ff JH ' No, sure fig Robert. You can't lower the patient's blood pres- by adjusting the monitor. . C 5 t URSIN E 5 il M U 1 D i te? , w 4 Barb Langner Rene Davis tw Jean Schott: Dr. Brett, huh? Ei t 's I ,ti 'I ri sta f 54 li POPULAR PEDIATRICS THE. REAL KEX1 TO P595 NURSXNG' cs IQNOMMNB How TU BE A mb. .fn Q51 o o gm Qdfgif ...-R37-' f ai-i' '? ig? '- if X4 f ,L , C47 ig,..,,i 1., x", . Ra, is ' -f x? 1. EWQ Wfvf W5 Z -"""""u X 'nu J I W Ii f xX QQ Q 2 iv xg S' ' ., fx N Emil: ,.4w:f3k-lm. L:2gqf5Qm4.:A Lg-a-, 7 I fVdfvff0"24'l Y N K y . ,, Ea' I I W I ! 1, - W V A , V 4, 1.q, A I lqni I V ' , - ' , W A , . - sl iL 1' 3' D ' A5 3 l da if J AYHAWKER RN The senior nursing class of 1982 has selected Jean Lorson as the recipient of the 12th annual Jayhawker RN Award. This award is presented to the instructor who the students feel has created the most effective learning experience and who represents high profession- alism in the nursing field. Jean graduated from Marymount College in Salina, Kansas, with a BSN in 1976, Mag- na Cum Laude. She was selected for "Whois Who Among Students in American Universi- ties and Colleges." Jean spent four weeks in England completing a maternity course at a 500 bed maternity unit. In 1979, she completed her MSN in Maternal Child Nursing at the University of Kansas and was selected as the recipient of the Jean Johnson Research Award by the KU Nurses Alumni Association. Jean has worked at Asbury Hospital as a staff and charge nurse in Labor and Delivery and Postpartum nursing, then at KU as a staff and charge nurse in OB Gyn Surgical unit and N.I.C.U. Jean joined the faculty at KU in 1978 as a teaching assistant and in 1979 became a ma- ternal health nursing instructor. Beyond teaching at KU, Jean has been an inservice in- structor in charge of 6 weeks nursing course and co-ordinator of parent education at Shaw- nee Mission Medical Center. Jean is a member of such professional organizations as the American Nurses Associ- ation, Sigma Theta Tau, and the Kansas City chapter of Nurses' Christian Fellowship. Jean has contributed to nursing knowledge and education with many significant presen- tations, papers and publications. Jean makes her home in Prairie Village, Kansas, and will be leaving KU to be married in May, 1982. She and her future husband, Gene, will be living in Emporia, Kansas. Jean, the 1982 Senior Nursing Class applauds you! xvliwt 'LM-as S BEST EDUCATOR The senior nursing class 'of 1982 has selected Dr. Thomas L. Pazdernik as a recipient of the first annual Best Educator Award. This award goes to a nursing or science professor, who has demonstrated excellence in the educational curriculum of the baccalaureate nurse program and contributed to a positive and stimulating classroom learning experience. Dr. Pazdernik has taught pharmacology to KU nursing students since 1973. His unique computer-study system has offered challenging feedback to students as Phelix, who origi- nated in 1970, responds, interacts, and calls you by name, on 65 CAI programs written by Dr. Pazdernik. The system is based on the "Keller System' which stresses making achieve- ment constant and learning time a variable. Nursing Pharmacology originated as a 2 credit course, but now has progressed to its present more in-depth two 2 credit courses, Pharm I and II. Dr. Pazdernik has authored the Nursing Pharmacology Synopsis Editions I and II. Dr. Pazdernik hails from Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. He completed his undergraduate work at the College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, received an M.S. in pharmacy at the University of Minnesota, and completed a PhD in Medicinal Chemistry at the Uni- versity of Kansas in 1971. He was a post-doctoral research associate at KU, training in Im- munopharmacology in 1971-73. In 1976, he was a visiting scientist to the University of Helsinki in Finland. Since 1977, he has been an Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology at KU. He is the director of nursing pharmacology courses, lecturing in general principles of pharmacology and chemotherapy. He is a member of several professional societies, has been the recipient of countless grants and awards, and has collaborated or singly written many publications in his field. But what stands out to nursing students is Dr. Pazdernik's sincerity and concern in help- ing students learn beyond the classroom, the many hours he is available to students at the computers, and his positive ability to interact with students. Dr. Pazdernik, with esteem we bestow upon you this notable honor of excellence in edu- cation. ,-.- ,qs I BEST EDUCATOR The senior nursing class of 1982 is proud to announce Betty L. Hopping as a recipient for the first annual Best Educator Award. This award is given for excellence in classroom teaching and for creating stimulating positive learning experiences for nursing students. Betty comes from Topeka, Kansas, where she took her nursing training at Stormont Vail Hospital School of Nursing. She completed her BSN at Central Missouri State University and received an MSN at the University of Kansas in 1976. She has completed an Ed.D., except for her dissertation, at KU. Today Betty is an Assistant Professor of Medical-Surgical Nursing at KU. In the area of Research, Betty has completed two studies of nursing students attitudes toward death and dying. Her current research pursuit is a Concept Analysis of Empathy. Betty has taught courses in Nursing of Adults, Advanced Nursing, Inquiry into Death and Grief, Nursing Assessment of the Adult Oncology Patient, and a number of independent studies. Betty has been honored and awarded the Graduate Award from Sigma Theta Tau in 1976, the Jayhawker RN Award as Outstanding Teacher in 1977 and 1981, and the , Amoco Distinguished Teaching Award in 1980. She is a member of the American Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau, and Phi Kappa Phi. Because of Betty's positive and enthusiastic teaching style, her acknowledgement of her students as professionals, and her solid and current nursing knowledge, we esteem her as an outstanding nurse educator. Congratulations, Betty, from the class of ,82. COMING THIS SPRING ON KU - TV . . Sandy Cole, Lawrence, Lawrence Memorial, Orthopedics Cinda Bradley, Kansas City, KUMC, Hematology Pamela Saltzman, R.N., Overland Park, Med-Surg. Nursing Elaine Swinehart, R.N., Kansas City, St. Luke's Hospital, Obstetrics Thomas Shirk, R.N., Adok, Alaska to Rota, Spain, US Navy, Flexible Ruth Harrell, R.N., Kansas City, KUMC, Cardiothoracic ICU Mary Gatrel, R.N., Kansas City, Research Medical Center, ICU Y Debby Haskins, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics Patty Morin, R.N., Overland Park, Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Med-Surg. Nursing Wilma Jackson, R.N., Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Rehab Mary Brown, Kansas City, KUMC, Oncology Carolyn Jewell, R.N., Overland Park, Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Alcoholism Recovery Mariane McCowen, Kansas City, St. Luke,s Hospital, Surgical ICU Marcia Bailey, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics Patty Wilhelm, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU Laura Nelson, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU Lisa McKee, Kansas City, Bethany, Medical ICU Susal Kadel, Kansas City, ICU Christine Dillon, Kansas City, KUMC, ICU f Flexible Rebecca Durano, Kansas City, KUMC, Surgical ICU Sharon Carlson, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Surgical ICU Emily Owens, Kansas City, Surgical ICU Trish Francoeur, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Coronary ICU Denise Degner, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU Julie Taylor, Wichita, Pediatrics V Paula Wehner, Kansas City, Surgical or Coronary ICU Cheryl Wright, Kansas City, Providence-St. Margaret's Hospital, E.R. Patty Gibson, Kansas City, Providence-St. Margaret's Hospital, Med-Surg. .Ioan Yoakum, Kansas City, Flexible Melinda Schauf, Kansas City or Lawrence, Providence-St. Margaret or Lawrence Memorial, Med-Surg. f Flexi ble 62 I Continued .. Lisa Stoops, Flexible, depending on where husband goes Karen McFarland, Kansas City, St. Lukeis Hospital, Renal Shelly Brown, Kansas City, KUMC, Cardiology Nancy Briggs, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU Dawn Johnson, Kansas City, Flexible Susan Oehmke, Kansas City, St. Luke's Hospital, Neuro ICU Pam Olson, Med-Surg. nursing Tracey Ash, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Surgery Floor Lisa Lawler, College Station, Texas, St. Josephas Hospital, Surgical ICU Shelley Pottorf, Kansas City, Bethany, Primary Surgical Unit Kari Camp, Kansas City, KUMC, Medical Nursing Lori Marr, Kansas City, Bethany, Primary Surgical Unit Ruth Lucky, Colby, Kansas, Thomas County Hospital, Med-Surg. Nursing Theresa Vantuyl, Leavenworth, VA Hospital, ICU Pat Brenneis, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics Leanne Schmidt, Kansas City, Surgical ICU Lynn Bridge, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Surgical Nursing Paula Flattery, Calcutta, India, Missionary, Hospice Niles Burkett, Seattle, Washington, E.R. Susan McLean, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics Megan Roberts, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Obstetrics Robyn Karlin, Chanute, Small Animal Clinic, Cats and Dogs Margaret Simmons, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical Nursing Joyce Martin, Kansas City, KUMC, Labor and Delivery Sue Strunk, Thomas, Oklahoma, Thomas Hospital, Critical Care Terry Schreiber, Kansas City, KUMC, E.R. Stacia Veal, Kansas City, St. Luke's Hospital, NICU Amy Nash, Wisconsin, Surgical Nursing Martha Reimer, Kansas City, KUMC, Neurosurgery Connie Neal, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Telemetry Michelle Ternes, Columbia, Mo., Boone County or Columbia Regional Hospi Valissa Witmer, Kansas City, PsychiatryfDrug-Alcohol Nursing Nancy Westcott, Overland Park, Suburban Medical Center, Critical Care Carolyn Rode, Leawood, Baptist Memorial Hospital, Cardiopulmonary ICU Nancy Owsley, Kansas City, Trinity Lutheran Hospital, Med-Surg. ICU Raquel Hernandez, Kansas City, Flexible tal, NICU A A 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 . 1 1 , 1 1 f 1 1 V N Y.,,, v UNWERSITY OF KANSAS SCHGOL DF NURSING JUNIGR CLASS 1981 71 ,. PAGE 1 A 1, .,,. AS11 . f f ' 1 ,x.W . ' qi-if +f.,.2vf,,, . ' ' 1, ff A'-' 2 171-,Qi if 'F it 1 -ANV 1 , K - .4 . Y,," f A ""' A . ALLEN ARNDT-WOOD ASPERHEIM BARNARD BARRY BETTIN BEVAN BEYER Victoria Merri Christine Jerome Michele Janelle Julie Patty g , I V , M ' 1 A ' E ' BICKLEY BLANKINSHIP BLOMQUIST BOLLIG BRADFORD BRAD SHAW BREDE BROSE Beckie Barbara Lori Nancy Lynn Jill Margaret Pamela 1 -"n' A A ' L '." itiijgg. :,', , 1 ',,, 1' -- ,.,. L Q -Q, 5 ' ' 'b BUSSELL CATLIN CHADDERDON CHRISTIE COMBEST DOHERTY DOUGHERTY Julie Katherine Marilee Kathlyn Debra Kathy Jorma ' 3 v " ' .1 L.. V- 1-"E ' -1 15 ma " ' 'QQ-,E 2:5 f" f '. .E V ' - wsiie-f"-lirgj' bg' , 12 ' 1,14 4,11 ' ' . A '1 5 ' 2 V- , 1: Q lzff 'QE' L C1111 +'f' ".' VT? ' 1 . ELPERS FISHER FLOWERS FORNELLI FOWLER FRITZLEN GABEL , Suzanne Rosetta Jennifer Marsha Kelly Martha Linda wi. W A 5 1'v'f '1 7 41 5 " fi: 3 " - A I Al r' V ,.,,. ak K V 1,k, I . A Q . f 'w.l?'. I rif r iig, I ' k g kkkr ' c 17' Q-:id A ', 112,34 K "1V,"'7' S K ef' E, GAY GONZALEZ GRANT GRAY GRAY ' GRUBE HALL HALL V Corrine Rose Patricia Julia Patricia Anne Barbara Leslie ' A ,.,. . i f M: ' -' 1 K ..a' , S 1 ' 1 A 'fy .3 , , - V '.V.' A X i t - 31 a i'1 f , ' A HANSELWXN HARDY HARRELL HAWISINS HEARD HELEY EEMMEET HENDERSON Margaret Roy M Ruth Rosie Troye Kay Lori Christine I UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS' JUNIOR LCLASS 1981 SCHOOL OF NURS ING aw -, PAGE 2 J, . in RQ :+V 3 f ig? ,. 5' lv Sv : "-f 4 ' ' T ' K JE L VQAV ly VV A J, -VA, a Q ,Vj W A J' 'Ox" 15 51 "" WW' 1' - ' L, 1 if 5.52 5 ' ' 'H f V HIGLEY J NCKSON JENKINS J ERN IGAN J EWELL J EWELL JOHNSON JOHNSON Marla Wilma Shari Heidi Carolyn Margaret Elaine Patricia Q A W 'vee - ' I J A A .. J 1 in iw Maw - Q V we ' W XR 5 ' - 'I V ' if if -' ' 'i fi f ff ,,., JOHNSTON JONES KATZ KELLER KELLER KETCHUM KING KING Sally Sarah Jeana Marilou Tina Kelly Bonnie Sandra V ff, . - . Miki ? --f 1 "O' K in ' V ' . -'-.4 If . Kyiv , , . sy? " ff:if.'13' -.dag 1 g H W 4", Q , '-J'El , A w Q f H' H -V J S f 5 37? ,' f i X Q 1' 4 V A is 4 ., i K- M ' ' KINSMAN KINSMAN KLEMM KORBER KORDES KUNKEL LONG LOONEY Julie Martin Pamela Angela Ethel Patrice Linda Kelly pi . 4 ES J 7 u J S . 1 ' J l J J MCCROSKIE MCELLIGOTT MCKAY MAKEPEACE MARASCO MARVIN A Sarah Mary Betsy Mavis Susan Pamela V J , 'ff' N 'f Q 'ib+",f'1'3' fegx, +31 HF? Gr . S L J all do J . , N f ' MASKIL MATTHEWS MEADOWS 1 MERTES MILLER MOBERLY M051-'NY NELSON Joyce Cara-Rose Melanie Maureen Peggy KHUYIFYUG Teffl Jana as J 5 Aa A me V 439' 3 'sL7Q,5xLf f i" 4 3 .ar 1, I J, . , ?--- A wg , v . - ,,,, 'Ea ',-, l ju ' X , J 1 NELSON NELSON NICHOLAS NIEBLING O ' CONNOR OLSON OWENS . QUENSEEDT Julie Laura Laura I Mary Lou Peggy Mary Rosalind Gretc en Sai-mfs? J-ii v rr ..- I I I sl JUNIOR CLASS UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF NURSING 1981 PAGE 3 ,.: .iff-. ,A Ty .,L . 5 1 ,A ,.,,,.',,, , , di' ,4I:I'IfSTg . ' Qi - 'iism "iff fzgla I Iii -Alf R ' 1" .!,! A 17' - -.fu-.,' - if-S I -'Qu I -H - A '5 I . A. . - his-111,511 'f was ,MI 'ww A RAAB RADER RAYNOR REGER RTEHL RUSSELL SALTZMAN SCHULZE Joanie Rose Mary Linda PGSSY Margaret Pam Ann 1 A Iflj-If , -, ' ' I- 1 nf 3 I 2-"1fi?f5ff5?e' .' -xv 15. ' - 1' J ' INF: ' I ' ' 'Q' ' ., " f"'7"R,7 I I I. A f'f'Q Q13 52 3 51 2, 7 I '. ' In TA TA. , ik f 51ivI1'T' .f ,A SCHULTZ SCI-IUVER SHAFTON SHEFFIELD SHIELDS SHIRK STKKEL Victoria Reima Gail Barbara Cassandra Thomas Linda V 6: A I 1 1 V. 1 W X 151 .,., , H, I ,,.,V -A f If ' A ws: I I 11- gmg I eg, I I - ' .SII ' SLUSHER SPANN STEVENS STEWART STEWART STEWART STRAHM SW1NEHA-RT Sharon Margaret Carol Elizabeth Stephanie Susan Tina Elaihe -I f-I 5, J ' . 'S2f5fQgf. A - If' S ' ' i mit? ' ff - fa-. TACKETT THOMAS TTLGHMAN TURNER ULLRICH VARNER VOILES VOLLMER Ilena Karen JoAnne Cassandra Joan Darb ie Deni se Mary " I f I AIIS S - I WEDEL , WELCH woLF WOLLMAN YETTER Cynthla Karen Carol Wilma Ellen NOT PICTURED FRANIUK coo I I Joann Miki TEOIEIIS ' REU? MACKE1? MAIMER ,WEDGEWORTH SINGLETON a r1c1a Davld Cynthla Charlene Bonnie Rita WWI' , WHHTTA YA MEAN THE SCHEDULE '9 BEEN CHANGE D ANDILHAVE TD woma wbflyvy X-P-ff 5, ex' 43' Q ,'6l , f iw , gg ir ff , X H! 0 1 Q X 1 U PHYSIOLCGY N o Dr. Paul Terranova Endocrine Physiology sffh' 4, Noon HAVE T T103 -A A. ., musk. .GH 1.7 ? CASH 42 C 'Y3 bv-I I TKF 4 2 . J AV , WRITER? ,LL fludl- TH Ji 'gig W x. W U YZ U -. x I bm.TEP.v.ml0vA Q.. mf Dr. Paul Cheney 'VHYS IOLUGNI CNEURO sf XX X5 vs V 662 :LI 4,5 X ,ix Ji-Z 'N V -E 90 I -:' ' 1 '7-' - .1-, r xl A. Neurophysiology A , Wg W PWA' fw i 811' Q ..f- 40 T 8 'W 660 L s E he at v ' Z,-. owa if- " 'ky 'di . iw 7 f 'L 41-"6 TF 02 q ff: NX D PM X J F 2 M .NMLWMQ ,.,f' Dr. Greenwald GI Physiology Wake me up when the sernester's over! Yeah - Fm the one in charge - wanna fight about it? Dr. Valenzeno Renal Physiology 1 --X. A N i. , . K X , 'P . I 1 . 5-f M, .K ,. , ,. .x.,,,.,,,n Y A Senior Class President makes important decisions "Oh - I can't complain . . . ' N ,fl "Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking . . . 'l "UN You C2113 COPY this Pf0jCCi Aerobics "Then pandemonium broke loose. if - N ff H M! K "I f j, When Dr. Pazdernik talks, people listen." 'FP55 M66 is gpm. ,M WRX WEAIXIGEM-1+ You EQEAW S K V XT! xx ff? TZ X Try ,mul 777' X f x RX Hjairnlf- Them A"'lA,A' ' il!-9 Lli0, A . I! "BORlSm The 'ff FHSS V WQ+'5 WM Jfffi -S5 - r S 7' Dk.PAzDev1NxL www NURSING PHARMACOLOGY Fvwuakssz , G-LMSEPPI I I I I UNIVERSITY IDF KANSAS OI ' SC E C T SIG I I. H L M 'I INE . 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' f" figs, 'xiii f X .fi 21? ga x mg if , ,- : .I M . . , 'I' ' ' 2435511 ' ' Q W D12.HA55ENE1N . if I, L. -W, .NWN -,4H- Wh, , ,, ,. ,. ,. ...-..-,.. .. . . ,,, ,. . ,.,.. ,. ---,.,.-.. .... .,,......,., .. ,xg , , .,.,, . V, . . :4,gq:,, l' ...W .....Q ....... A Q .4 2-rm1a,,,,----Q-A--Q--mf,-W ' 4- Community Health Classics We mastered the disaster." - American Red Cross "We just got George Brettis autograph? nf?- .. Ng a. ,gtg h 4 -'T as vt' '5- fl J. W- . Seq-nz. , You met the "Burkes" of Kansas City'?'? "I just washed my hair and I can't do a thing with itf' The classic question in Community health: The CORRECT way to wash black people's hair is to: AJ Wash, dry, comb. BJ Wash, dry, thoroughly. CJ Wash, dry, apply oil. EVENING MOVIES THIS WEEK - "Altered States", ZAM. Sandra Tweed, Elizabeth Coon. No rating available, 1981. "Bustin' Loosen, 3PM. ICU Senior Nurses, Excellent, 1982. "M"'A"'S":H", 10AM. Betty Hopping, Jean Heffel, Shirley Veith. Classic, 1981. "Beyond the Last Frontiern, 8PM. Shirley Calvert, Pat Wahlstedt, Gale Hicken. Cooper. Good, 1982. "Bedknobs and Broomsticks", 4PM. Shirley Veith, Fair to Middlin', 1981. "Winds of the Wasteland", 12AM. Psych Cast - filmed on location in 2G. Just fair, 1980. '4Batty in Outer Spacen, 1AM. Elizabeth Coon, Good, 1981. "I'm From Arkansas", 10PM. Barb Langner, Rene Davis, Very fair, 1981. Barb Thiessen and Margaret Simmons i . These duds are jazzy! Are you my visiting nurse? lj 1 f if fa! Hey, look us over Q Where have you been keeping yourself lately? .v" an . - An apple a day drives the residents away. There's two things about Hester's lecture I don't under- stand. cc It Says fight here - - - H "This is for YOU, Bud" as-few R2 W Q I""'HEZ.f ra3..5.s Tlwm Gi ' -4' y M- LLvA.,.-ig E hh fr Ti if ,. . r 13 -?','-Mf g -6 'Vi-fx . , ll - "-. 3"-- ...,, .. 1 C4 T - 'gen K, K?-22" ' 1 J. M? ,, - -M .. ,. K A g OB INNOV TIONS NEW DEVICE TESTED The newest development in male contraception was unveiled recently at the American,Women's Surgical Symposium held at the Ann Arbor Medical Center. Dr. Sophia Merkin, of the Merkin Clinic, announced the preliminary findings of a study conducted on 763 unsuspecting male grad students at a large midwest university. In her report, Dr. Merkin stated that the new contraceptive - the IPD - was a breakthrough in male contraception. It will be marketed under the trade name "umbrelly." The IPD Cintrapenal devicej resembles a tiny folded umbrella which is inserted through the head of the penis and pushed into the scrotum with a plunger-like instrument. Occasionally there is perforation of the scrotum, but this is disregarded since it is known that the male has few nerve endings in this area of his body. The underside of the umbrella contains a spermacidal jelly, hence the name "umbrelly," Experiments on a thousand white whales from the Continental Shelf Cwhose sexual apparatus is said to be closest to man'sJ proved the umbrelly to be 10096 effective in preventing production of sperm, and eminently satisfactory to the female whale since it doesn't interfere with her rutting pleasure. Dr. Merkin declared the umbrelly to be statistically safe for the human male. She reported that of the 763 grad students tested with the device, only 2 died of scrotal infection, only 20 experienced swelling of the tissues, 3 developed cancer of the testicles, and 13 were too depressed to have an erection. She stated that common complaints ranged from cramping and bleeding to acute abdominal pain. She emphasized that these symptoms were merely indications that the man's body had not yet adjusted to the device. Hopefully the symptoms would disappear within a year. One complication caused by the IPD and briefly mentioned by Dr. Merkin was the incidence of massive scrotal infection necessitating the surgical removal of the testicles. "But this is a rare case," said Merkin, "too rare to be statistically important? She and other distinguished members of the Women's College of Surgeons agreed that the benefits far outweighed the risk to any individual man. Jo Ann Reckling -lean Heffel Rita Kay Ryan Judy Tulloch Doris Geiss: Dr. Carter - have mercy on us! Don't leave us! Melba Carter: Well, according to any null A hypothesis . . . is The key 'LO research is . . . Clendening Library, Dr. Marge Miles: We got the grant! We got the grant! Dr. Melba Carter: You don't say? Betty Hopping "I think 125mg. of Digoxin is too much." Rosalind Owensf Colleen Hentzen N 1 They're all insane. Cheers. Marj Wirthman. I've just got to stop analyzing this apple. Leonie Pallik- kathayil Tuna is medicine for the sruef 'oiualqdozrqos 119051 A glassy stare, an inappropriate smile - what could it be? Sandy Tweed PICK ONE: SOS'PlClOUSNESS DEMAMDKNG HEEEPHREMXC SCHIZ. AFFECTWE DVSORDER MEDXSURB TEACHER QED ggi? G35 W, jo l f,+" s Prime Time at a Glance Puppet Tree Gang Cwith Jean Schottb Daffy DuckfSpeedy Show Cwith Sandy Tweedy Romper Room fwith Diana Reiserb General Med Center Cwith Jean Heffelj Doris Day Show fwith Doris-Geissj P Bozo Show Cwith Sandy Hansonj Rat Patrol fwith Shirley Calvertj Mayberry RFD fwith Mary Meyerj All My Children Qwith Rene Davisj Wonder Woman Cwith Dina Wilsonj Nurse Qwith Colleen Hentzenj Quincy fwith Melba Carterl M25J ff" Xu Nu Can anyone who looks this happy be normal? rf -nr, i h A 1 W ,il 17 .ill . iilqgig-rg ,rl p, U I I i , E I I 5 1 5 I li fm' SNEAK PREVIEW What the students don't know wonlt hurt them. Rita Riia Cliffflfd and Pat Huber Kay Ryan! Rene Davis Have you read any good books lately? Geri Neuberger, Betty Tracy, We were just talking about you. Betty Hopping Sandy Hanson, Edie Hamilton. Coming This Fall . . . This is STRICTLY against orders! Dr. Doris Geiss Diana Reisef i f , Ir L Z 1' U f I :'A5?'2:::'.Q'-f IL 7 ' Dina Wilson , . Mrs. Choplin, I'm Maisie - your primary nurse. When was your last bowel movement'?? Hey nurse - watch that hammer! Pm working my way through collegef' Dr. Doris Geitgey : 4 K - xi - F- OTheVmrQGwof Kansas ColER.otVlTghTMcmces 1 . 4 4 , THE SCHOOL OF NURSING , . f v X 1 W k A Non-Negotiable TXT" , . 913 588 1601 cu Grace I -1 vu 5, '. yuh , 'Nl' H .rt C V V Kmwrmmir-I 0 Q 1' , D, I gg FX .A , 1-nm.-. I -, ' il 'af C I ' I, ing! gg I. cinema? ' 4 W M 2 K xi My r n mul YET-3' A M , X .::.::: H- ! zl- - " A N -- , l Flunllon - I' ft. my M fm Q .t , of -++ 2 with O +L- olfqgjfge . L xnrwn ' A r V HEQQ noucuo J Follow the beaten path to E.T.A HOW TGA LIZARD REGQIREMENT 1-'Scoop lizard I' 1 5 U A 7 CQ 2 P 7 9 5. Massage 1izard's torso, Y! Z, Shake out applying on and off pressure. . . directly behind front legs. I U Y , 9 ax Ay ' y 9 4 I .Q fg Q. ' 1 E 1 'O , .rfi . If xi ' ! Shirley Veith z itatiun to 4- Apply mouth-to-mouth re Q! ' 1izard's mouth breathin owl and forcefully. Be car 1izard's lungs. inflate Vx ifffxclrxmza WORM, gi? I WANTED To womq A DOCTOR-I E A PRDFESBIDNALQN Q PX V gm-UL .9 a i u W Q03 fb W A QQ! ,lv C x' , Nj .L5 ! vv 'W K V 6 1- Ejlflljb f ar' J f kvlglaysr f bf: 'P55T! 87 g'You'll pay for that, junior." Chris Dillon WWI. Desert Survival- Well, if I have to die in And she thinks I know everything the desert, I want to be in the shade. 'VX 25' NX ...ml Stick Out YOUF tongue and Say 'iaahh-H "He was alive five minutes ago." as 5 1 ' , We're the neighborhood professionals. Would you look at this? fb. ,, NNQ 1135. 5'You weren't supposed to hear that." She's listening to my heart and I have a headache. -.Af -.-ML 1. Y X 2 ig X' i ff- What did that doctor write? Letis translator. get a Oh Christy - I can't believe it! liff PORTS M4 r y s by , . rfibruv' beer JL new by - 9593 9 if p by r y Xi, . -wi r 1-Al I I ? K NA 'I , I, N be .W 1 " dddb rry ., Y rr 3? :r ef 'W M y ff' d 4 , r Code blue stat! CT'he Gurney Goj The Buddy Bandage Final adjustments before take-off Alpo - again?! Hey everybody - I got engaged! 90 Can I go now? WELL, ,WHAT170 YOU NN NEED Ba'S1DE'5 A BATH? . m- N QALLLL 2 C Mae '-"' ,H Cgfffnudwdg A , J E-v cffg g ! - 3g?bmwi,! XJ 1 -.L m l lf- V, V S252 d rj HELPYP! D in THE WAY IT IS. Aux: wa vt GROUNY- HOG 's TJA1 AND livelzy Quanta wsenentf mfr! x ,1,,.. ---fffkee MJRSE Rmzuitw C sl LLL fwgx,-L 7 xp ,1 " 'SW 'M' WHAT Do YOU MEAN we Fm, 1 me-T eat Mimosa fix ff-f - film! L ,I-In ep f' zzz L SJ ,lg H is E3 lava 81 l DEEEZECEX1 MF? lmllllll AND LS NDT NURSING! I Q IL 49114 rv N0 R 'if' 5 - ---fef.:fflg5l va 01 - AMX as 'fi Q T - FI 'V 62 .L elf-f 0 un E51 ll tc -V! if ' I V 5 T Alai eu 159' l fm "Morning, Mr. Atkins - you're very well today, how um'l?" e . mmm 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 Intern Clears a small hut Loses race with a locomotive Can fire a speeding bullet Swims well ls 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. UEQWMAN-' ., K.'.WM5 , .Q ,1 X ,Diff . lin 1 I F-is lllliq' if 'lil L ' ' iw an - h fi g X Iflja- ffgtf' ' 1gE'1 .1,' Vg ' . zip asf' as 5 'f .gli s- e .- .2 . X of :Ulf-LY' .4 .X . I, A., 1 ll' x ...l K., ...- I , , I .ima ..pn..:...-, 1 I Ill, i I .N.....i - u , I r ALS Regional Research Dedication That George Brett asked me for a lab coat and a stethoscope! Keith Worthington, Honorary Chairman George Brett A-myo-tro-pic La-ter-al . 1 , sker . . . osis! They expect me to pronounce that? Throw me a baseball! Dr. Gene Budig Dr. Cthe one and onlyj Waxman Dr, Zeigler Standing Ovation No longer is the philosophy go home and die but go home and live. Hope is alive. Keith Worthington JAYHAWKER, M.D. YEARBOOK Throughout the year we a number of people on the staff, and some who weren't helping us put the book together. There are some people whom I'm certain we could not have published the yearbook without - they deserve spe- cial mention: Nancy Westcott fNursingjg Linda Patton CP.T.jg Mike Stiles fE85DQ Linda Lee CE85jg and Debbie Bettels CE85J. Without Dorothy Siebenalist supporting the editor I can assure you I would have resigned within the second month! Kathy Gromer, Rex Keith and Tom Porter did double duty in the darkroom and as photogra- phers. I'd like to thank all those who sent in pictures. You can tell the groups who were organized and contributed since they have the larger sections: EMICQ Nursingg PTg Rehab. Med.g Dietetics and Nutritiong and E85. I'd especially like to thank Steve Portz fE82J who was the ONLY senior who sent in any candid shots of the senior class. This is an explanation why there are very few candid pictures of clinical years. Craig Lapin Nancy Westcott Debbie Bettels Linda Lee Rick Butin Mike Stiles Lee Arensberg Kathy Gromer Rex Keith Janice Loudon Linda Patton Tom Porter Al Ross Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Photography Editor Production Manager Business Manager Advertising Editor Robin Glotzbach Susan Bean Mary Beth Finkle Jon O'Neal Lana Gifford Steve Matthews Terry Wall Steve Sperling I'd also like to thank my mother and father, without whom none of this would have beeh possible. Thank you one and all for buying a yearbook. Craig Lapin, Editor. -..,. 3 i A i 3' . f1""LIl'rf 5 ... i lv ' i ' B f ' f N i Al Ross - Yearbook photographer - seen here fishing "Stand Cl-iidf-'-' I used 10 be U Pfbmed Sfude'1f!" for a story, or a nurse's blouse, whichever he hooks first. Debbie Bettels - Photography Editor - l seen here doing the very delicate work re- i s ,ifsrt quired as a yearbook staffer. E54 i g 0 'ii ' M- ' , "Q . . t f Ei t ' Q li' - 1 ' 1 X , a bf 2 I V 5 . WO "Orthodox medicine has no known cure for your condition. Fortunately for you, l'm a quack." 95 3 I. I I 1 l i I l l i I 1 , l' 'l li i' ll' l l Q.: ll ll l lil , .,l W i I l . li l 1 i lg I E l I i l .N 4, . ,N . 1 li - i l li 5 l' il .l l .l l Il 'P l i . fiesta V ll ll Commentary JAIVIA THE JOURNAL of the American Medical Association Jan 15, 1952 vol 247, NO- 3 Medical Students and Medical School ON A BRIGHT morning in late August in the early 1980s, a senior member of a medical school faculty attended an orientation session being held for incoming freshmen medical students. It made him feel good when he looked around the large lecture hall and saw the eager, alert, enthusiastic, and excited men and women from various walks of life and a variety of educational backgrounds. When the dean of the medical school spoke to the new freshmen students and indicated that they would have to work harder than they ever had before, the Faculty Member could almost sense them saying, "That's OK! Let us at it. Medical school will be an exciting and- rewarding experience and we're ready. We've been waiting for this for years." And when the dean talked about the obliga- tions of medicine, what becoming a physician entailed, and some of the difficult problems with which they would have to deal, their expressions became more serious, but their faces continued to glow with anticipation and the realization that they were finally going to reach one of the main ambitions of their lives-to be able to begin the intense preparation necessary to be physicians. As the Faculty Member sat looking at the students, he was saddened when he thought of the gradual transforma- tion that would take place in them over the next several months, many would become cynical, some dejected, others frightened or depressed, and a few filled with frustration. The joy, the "eager beaver" anticipation they now had, might never return. As a group, a significant number of them would experience major changes in the -way they felt about learning to be physicians and in meeting the challenges of medical school. The Faculty Member was a pediatrician and as he sat there, he happened to think of similar changes he had seen in some children who had been placed in foster homes. As he thought of those children, he pondered. "If I were to become aware of a group of eager, happy, alert children who started out being spontaneous and joyful, but became From the Department ot Pediatrics andthe Office of the Associate Dean of Admissions, University of Colorado School ot Medicine, Denver. Reprint requests to Department of Pediatrics, University ot Colorado School of Medicine, 4200 E Ninth Ave, Denver, CO 80262 fDr Silverj. JAMA, Jan 15, 1982-Vol 247, NO. 3 dejected, depressed, frightened, and frustrated after being placed in foster homes for a period of a few months, I would be concerned that something terrible had been done to them. I would feel morally and legally bound to report the foster parents to the appropriate authorities because the foster parents might have been guilty of having caused these changes in the children." He knew that parents and foster parents sometimes abused children and he wondered whether some for perhaps manyl medical students were also abused after they entered medical school, which in many ways served as a foster home for the students for several years. He asked himself, "Is it possible that medical school is a place where medical students are actually abused? If it is so, how should this possibility be dealt with? Should it be brought to the attention of the faculty? How would they respond? Would they deny the possibility of abuse? Would they downplay the changes in the students by attributing them to a variety of other causes? Would some members of the faculty declare that it had always been this way, that it was inevitable and right for medical students to feel as they did, and that there was no reason to try to change it? Would others say that, 'Everyone needs to have this experience. It's good for them. It will help them to be better doctors.'?" The Faculty Member didn't know how to answer. V As he sat there, his thoughts went back to the time more than 20 years earlier when he had worked with Dr Henry Kempe and they had first become involved in studying child abuse and what Dr Kempe was to call "the battered child syndrome." At that time they had contacted physicians in hospitals as well as in private practice, to find out if the unexplained physical changes and other evidence of child abuse they had noticed in children in Denver were being seen by others. Most of those they questioned denied having ever seen similar children unless the children had come from families where drunken, ignorant, or mentally disturbed parents had abused them. Dr Kempe and the Faculty Member were assured that child abuse never occurred in "nice" families. Some physicians suggested that the changes Kempe and his Medical students-silver 309 colleagues had seen in the children might have been produced accidentally or have been due to some unex- plained illness, or a metabolic disorder, or to some, as yet, unknown factor. Still others suggested that what they were seeing was part of the normal spectrum of growing up Cwhatever that might meanj and that it was the parents' for foster parents'J God-given right to raise children as they deemed best. It was pointed out that parents, from time immemorial, had had the right to deal with children as they wished, and it was going against nature to suggest that parents who were not drunk or stupid or psychotic might produce significant harm in their children. This group of physicians thought that it would be unconscionable to interfere with parental rights particularly when the parents who abused their children protested that they loved them. At this point, because of the similarities in the changes that took place in medical students and in abused children, the Faculty Member was ready to conclude that in both groups they were the result of the same condition-avoidable, unnecessary, and harmful abuse: a malady that had long existed in young children but had either not been recognized or, if recognized, ignored. Was it possible thatthe same disturbance was also going unrecognized or ignored in medical students? The Faculty Member knew that child abuse was quite common. Could medical-student abuse also be common? Under Dr Kempe's leadership, we learned how to recog- nize child abuse, became aware of some of the reasons for child abuse, determined how to help those who were abusing children, and found ways to prevent and overcome some of the harm that occurred to those who had been I Q afflicted. Was it possible that we now needed to determine fhe causes, frequency, treatment, and prevention of abuse in medical students just as we had determined them in abused children? Dr Kempe and the Faculty Member had wondered many years before, "How does one bring this problem out into the open when it involves parents and foster parents who appear to be decent, intelligent people and give no apparent evidence to others of being abusive? How could one even mention the possibility that these people were doing something terrible to those in their trust?" The Faculty Member had similar reservations about bringing this to the attention of medical school faculty. He knew that abuse, if it did occur in medical school, was not limited to the Hrst quarter, the first year, or the first two years of medical school and that most students went through medical school without experiencing anything that' might be considered to be abuse. He wondered whether the abuse, when it occurred, was direct and overt or was disguised in, various forms. And then he thought, "Maybe my suspicions are unfounded. Maybe none of the students are being abused. Maybe I'm just allowing my imagination to run wild. Maybe what medical students experience and how they respond is a necessary part of becoming a doctor. Maybe it is actually good for them to go through what they do. Maybe I am wrong. Maybe I should just forget about it .... " Or maybe the Faculty Member is right. And if he is, what are we going to do about it? HENRY K. SILVER, MD V - fi? . F, ,F HES uv xl-Pre! T p HIT THE STAIQTEQJQD r , KERRY! J it I l -f-. A I 3. in I , -'Q' , ,r,. 5 F' .1 i m ,fr , LQJ fr 5 J Ak. l it 'JF l 1 mmm WICH l Y Wichita students and their families held a St. Valentine's Day Party this year. About , 50 people showed up. l ml. g., ,f I , a. ,""' if A ,,...,f , 3 A i X91 There was a radio personality who put on a magic show. And a good time was had by all, just visiting. gi, 'a ,E . ,ldmagw And what Valentine's Day party would be complete without food? Food And more food! ,,..Jr .,. ,:f1xi' o GLW - More eats X 4 Here we are eating! iw VW gf. mf, Q V95 - ,, -.-mann ,,.,-p-1-I' X, WAX Now for the fun! ,...,...., ,, 41' THE INTERVIEW The Beginning of the End. You Are Now Entering fi ' 'f 'A The Twilight Zone V' :T 4 . ' b .,,..5,r,L a K n -L I X ,, haf 1., -, tff"L ff- A 3 in 2 dg X! uw, gf , 4 QW - X , 1,5 41 Y En Y Rf- K - W7 lg v Sf' And Deeper Into the Twilight Zone f ,4 sf' .mi I is I, 'X f f x .wif ff-"I C2 3' FUN , A. ,ri ,. , ....i.. l 1 L 1 3 I I I I I , M, 107 5 s 'V 4-,, GROSS M GROSS GROSS G Dr. Nelson 3 AA.. "Good morning. Uhh, could we have the first slide, please!" hr Qikgdw, H , Dr. Mohn, could we see that Greater Omentum one more time? "Errrhrrr . . . You gotta know this stuff! 'Put that in your computer." I If " . k.fff' .. T . a N M ' N ' 1. , fu, 1' V W.,N -' hjg t Ra --" ' A .4 'sg M L A Z ' h '1'. 2' .L r , V T V 'I . Q? I - 1 A i 1- f" ' 5 ,I .WI 4 "I had to remove one of your livers, Mrs. Lenhart, but you'll be up and around in no time or I don't know my anatomy. ment of dissection by Lori Redd "They said they dissected ahead of schedule, but reallyv ,,,...., Friends watch during a tense mo- K fxg M ' t jlvft I ,,,,.-,-2 rl, A.,.A,A i i V5 x y 1 If 5 v we - t i ' A' ""'l7 'i"' I - FJ 'H " if t F, fv J v ' ,F H V: , ,gf . gg ,ay - Jul , Iii r x - L , -vt -I hifi ,h V 1 ,1 iggfrjij mink 'ga ys Q I . . , , lwbgf e f QXEV- "-H, "I , - ALM 9 110 -1-'li ,- d..-1 ., .- Ri XY-I j T ':. in, it yii Gil Brito demonstrates his unique method of radical pelvic and perineum dissection MW Neff..-5' , . if if fi .,' V 5, 'ri N ' . A-4 Y . Xa -4-:F A ,V Dr. Matske Some of the interesting creatures that can be found in the Department of Anatomy. Al- though appearing late on the evolutionary scene their morphilogical features suggest they may in part be related to some of the more primitive gastropods . . . Dr. Chapman . . . Just at the tip of the pointer! let y Dr. Matzke hands . . . One swipe and it's gone . . . "As you all know, the average male penis is ...15"to18,'... 'vw 1 F-Q., in-L.. 7 Z Q 3 W H r '54- ll3 Ill if i il u L E 1 4 5 f 1 1 4 i W r l l I I l M 'Q J W U ii , l -f 1 T' 1- P+ ax N .Win- Et 'ix W l I N, X O' 'Q 5 f ....T?'-" iii T 4 s ii S ii' i 'i i Th H' t f M dicine i P i i I t Dr. Hudson's lectures on the History of Medicine make you think he might have been there. This comic has nothing to do with this page, but we had to put it someplace 'aims iwHAT ARE YOUR CREDEN'HAL6?i I I' WW EVER'f'TH1N9f THOSE ARE 5000 CRgog.mAL5f a e vw i H c T1 eohot ff: ,' h 1 t 1 1.5 u 'gl ' ' ' - A - I .-1 T ,ff . fi. , l G2 sn it lla! D in D 9 f , , i 1 'Ei x A133 S L v if-Arla g qu o...... 'SEQ A gg g .59 gg ,Q The Silver Fox Would you believe this man was once the Editor of the Jayhawker M.D.'? Funny I thought he was smarter than that - Ed Guest Lecturer CM, .4 i t W 6519 'rw M Q ' e I ' xx y x , - lx? I qi ... , ,rf QR., r , ? Mk! of - ., A XA 1:11 T .xx V HZ ' f I 1 I j. fi 04-1 ,-.' C ,, ff' Z., -' -. 1 Rx-13, . EL i Q ' ' . "A 9 vs , , J ,V if 'fi 1- 'A . x I .,J, -'luv , 5' '. TE. ,ou . I . Ji 1- 09-T 't 'ff ? Q . 9 ' 'I P -it . an ,.,.,- . Guest Audience 1 S 1 an Fi' l BIOCHEM I l l 1 V Q l h " i f , a I -H, V F, if ffl' 4 E WHEN 'Bxocuemxsw-nfl ,. I. AF unpl1nn3lkmunam 1 Bxoeuemffgl 1 ,lfQQelLvEnY P , e 5 5 N QL X Dr. Rawitch - "It would behoove you to learn so 00 ,X , n ! , Al Dr. Ebner lr a 'XX Dr. Kimmel - "Have you heard the one about . . . l' A biochemist is one of Godls most boring animals. i , Ie. ll8 l 1 - l . li- Dr. Arnold - "Don't ask question, just listen" QS N i 3 -i -Knnn im is gi J gi! fx H X .7 L56 4igei "Cmuu:m1lscrlIiis!'l'mllcy's gut :un aliuwlxn d k "' Dr. Wong - or is it Dr. Wight i Dr. Helmkamp , ..,-- Mixes C" N MXN cn, 1 E A D Z. fn' 3,5 I Lv mc wx .. ul. Cu. N X N N c X Nc' ' N NC: PC' N' q n 'an . m U ' 0. N m . u,:fQgg4 . ' Mx: :Y E u tn, -4 - cn, M Nw Hffcn. mf! Mfg., nc :xo . coon I - f coo' coo-C,.H.- C0Q'C"1 1 ag 'A i' 1 fa' I rfi ii N531 , aff. V my' AI, , Gs. lunxgq- mb: -- 1 . Jn!" i I f' PH Y SIOLOG Y li fe 1g!i"" . , - A professor is someone who talks 1n someone else s sleep I l. ' - X'.' Dr. Clancy Dr. Tarr Jolly Jack Tarr - Stud! Let's evoke some action potentials . . . A-.gi 120 .f my , Iliff" ,-ff' eq 1 'V ,W Q, f x A, 4 ' ' I Dr. Terranova - Mona Lisa smile Dr. Trank in reality is a gnome R V , fl, Vf - , .g,, T Z Dr. Cheney - just a small stereo system .' - V au. esp E5 Dr. Imig I am a walrus Dr. Thompson sw nw My fcuwlxwaroz ffvro e 5 5 C, 0'V'i 0V2DRlVE... e i 72 ? Y ! 5f5"M6l'h'Q sigh! W 'mi , N , , x ummm! 4 X2 '?" A Dr. Greenwald - his mother + I 1,1 1- TOLD him pointing was rude Nlhh, ff Y 5 255 Wm? A '1' it! lf!!-1,Y,..,i' R """"1w.1,,4, : If A MWQ N We Dr. Vooght - This is more fun than ASTEROIDS DT- Tan' 84 Feather ' rfd v A'rr j ' ' V f vi eleaile L Hell yes, it hurts! ,, ::.,. ,gg ff- sfffe f T ' , Z R S , E JNIIIQ I 2- ,W ' ff ' ax L ' ' ,sw . 5 1, ,iff ff WJ e K, Rx " ef 3' Y 5 'M Dr. Gonzalez Cpicturedj has a running battle with Dr. Sul- livan as to which is the more important excretory organ - lungs or kidneys. Who cares! 'MT V! se l S? Dr. Smith - no longer 'lost in space?' Dr. Samson - has fallen on worse times since 3 PHYSIOLOGY c0nt'd. Delilah cut his hair. Dr. Sullivan - Renal Poet Laureate 5 1 f . 371, x ,,..--- X .ff Eau-rflx-N K 1 ,F l x X 5 . M5155 I : f l , ' V I 1 at in llll --ff . f t f- . ,, H . F t tg if' if ll ,wt "5 V fr f , ig, iirga' 5 ' an W fl :ae I A' . 35 n n ag f V 'gx ,f f"'kPu ,Q 'F , FH 4, i Ny, l t. ll F: 5' . 9- .J -. J C Qfg Q16-f J the ' , moubl noR og 1 SFLI Lumu Dey and who? Night?! 'Whin- Dr. Voogt - This is better than PAC MAN! Dr. Johnson with Dr. G. M ' Q, A' 'fit . .k ff I-1 x x W sw gh: Y ,X , 4 S 2 i 'I .fi fffy CI 'ff' P e 5 i 'i 3' 2 mn - K if H rzffg uf, 1 . 5 'Pa PARTIES!!! arm! z-P' ?""' 'ri xg -.-4, F' KXN if 45' 'N- ICROBIOLOGY Did Dr. Jenson's parents hate him, or did they just like the name "Thorki1"? Doc Furtado demonstrates Mack the Knife. gm -Vx ,f . 71: i , V ' 1 . ,J , , I , f ' ' 1 I Why don't you come up and see me some time, Big Boy? ., to M .,i4 i. iii, gi . v,f"ZAh : J V ,.f Sf Qx 1' 1' IVY! K' 1 if , X -. i ,Q ' - nf q,QggmQcz.in+av je.n.som' MMLAL5- MICROBIOLOGY 1of21f81 lim.:-Ill MA Qy,?'0lWZlWgJlfJwfbcLWWm'MWmlM Mmm' in Q Q g0fUL C-Ag-Lu-juwuefisifrelengr' 03 4 fe:-ij Mi- Tin f:,H,1ffvJ0 Bwsfok on M-1-3 'argon MMHZL., f'JfowN flneafnxf 00+ fufflw the Allowing Jiffy XR!-mug 'Cb fig 'UMAQ 5 ',b H IQOC IEZJVTGGIOI will 04m 'f ypu Come -fonyouf 59,1153 5 P A I ou've eeu +eoclmv' Auf fulgfwk QR -oh, Now. " J 0 47 . CDlY,el.fOct3"e- Q Acxfvfoue " I fXfUow14fryou'1fe Joi aww- f80.ro-vJ"- -TZPQSQ HQ ' ' ' ' .S ydcr V8 690111 5'fl'6el0AJ , 011, +Aex7 farfjou ,romelgaqj DOIVL6 Row 246' Agfa' lwaw. ll wQZ2e+fsu if file' Olaf? ' ,Qu Hvow +149 Ikafwgyx your 62.6 AGC jlfeff, 19 .seems fo me some Que yy Aqua Kew R740-uv cpofvjouf fqlfe of ' ' ' ' " u fillejrc file 01165 LUAICA wafvt give o pos" Syff ff'-ff. gnc RMA, ,ou Yaujfaa af1v'fje19fflv'ofy ryoufryed. Medi QL!! jj -Qwji are cfkllfrlvblgoa fiorne, ANC! Alcivenemiq-, OAI ADOLQRQM,-Q - 4U3!f7'Aaf3'JU.S'f SOWIPWFQ' f'Qfl46J1!,' Mug p,q,Q,-OM ,ff gguawkpv' -,QR 114!Qc'.1"1i1vV cofvbfofg Do1v'+n:f9un-clnesf Qamfx QOH ,N I-Ae wfkffeeflme lqacuifv' up N001 aw! jfoff, ykew -'?!f""f' In Awfh, M!! Me :fi ffom JQMM kfgydgg LQAINJ km aff +0 6r,19dfA, LORD! 7g7W"'j-52 ,4,1,'f if -fqwy how each S'+aA1u+jD6S- Owg Doc HJMJQ, MQ Jw? you COMP +0,y0wQ Jflfff-K? 7-Z,-0,49 afowy igkgebggllr f Upon +40 f7A1'9.f -7-lane mv, fue cfroffefx which my C?eCfM'1'L9,y0U- y,q'0f Aeffek fe? sownelify Vaccfuafefyaaf- Barone His 1-oo fm'-e, M Q TA4zaMaNJm1l30Af!'w"0'iT'y'06Wu"J'Wf'14'm-i'Z'a'o otubafghjuulgw' jwmmm Og,,',w,.,,,,cia MTM!! 2 M l fl All ,f Ii lf lil Pu: Nl all ill ll ' l il ,il l il 1 l 1 I 1 1 l i l Dr Mantz Old Dad gets his hands dirty. P THOLOGY Dr. Zucker - Needs more sleep. Donlt we all? 'NP-E Dr. Kepes - A nasty love triangle, Stan Gilbert, Dr. K and Microscope. 1 V 132 r-fn.. , uospleqoig 'lg Dr. Sprinz - He of the voluminous handouts. I wouldn't be caught dead in Pathology. E E! Dr. Svoboda - Anyone who brings their dog to work is a good guy. ---qg,,'WQ If H ' r ,y 1 52 121: " 5 .11 ,ff 'A Z' ' " . X f A f W A-" F x X xJ?.1f JJ, El -T 1 'jf ' -E ., if-wg" ' will 54' Ai Q ageddng 'lg H1 qaprs .103 sdoqo :pod sn lI.Il'l VJ it--gg IH, i il A H . , 5 .-- , -4-W .Q I ri. 131 4 ,' g gif- ,LQ a f- Q A 1'-if , ...ws-'-"f"" 1 A fu. I Dr. Anderson - The Chairmang likes to sit in the back row. Dr. Keitges - Has his own problems. he Lumpifs"'f'f7:5::i i I 2 num I ULUVW DQR F ww- , 'eww- DINWNISN OPTREI -MDNN K cms , l33 r i 4 l il ll i l 1 i If you were treating H4 habitual inclividualists right now, what rate of success could you anticipate? Chapmanl and I-lis Co-Workersz administered Damnitolgto 114 selected, unsuspecting, indi- vidualistic college graduates whose major fields of study had included Psychology, Language, political science, Literature, etc. The patients were selected for the study by an interviewing technique approximately one year before their presentation for treatment in September, 1964. After observing their behavior for two weeks, Damnitol therapy was begun with forced in- jections 6xfweek. The results: The 114 subj ects initially presented wearing letter sweaters, sweat suits, ski pants, mining lamps, jump suits, West Point uniforms, bib o v e r all s, pith helmets, fatigue jackets and other assorted apparel. After 1 week of Damnitoltgp therapy all 114 appeared wearing white shirts,ties, khaki pants, and black shoes. This result was considered gratifying by Chapman and associates. However, after observing the seven female members of the group for over a week, the experimenters concluded that there was s o m e t h i n g inappropriate about dressing females in white shirts, ties, khaki pants, and black shoes. The dosage of Damnltol was therefore lowered, and the females were instucted to wear white shirts, ties, khaki pants and brown shoes. lnitital result: 1002, compete conformity Long term result: 93.92, complete con- formity .One p h e n o m e n o n, herein termed "The hissing response", was interpreted by the expertimenters as an accurate index of rebellion and non-conformity. The slightest p r o v o c a ti o n of the experimental group would evoke this response during early weeks of study. However, the biochemistry 992: complete conformity in ll4 former individualists with intramuscular Dammtolg, department hired a Spanish Bullfighter who hid a syringe of Damnitol in his cape. Leaping violently around the Wahl Hall East lecture room, he injected all 114 ex- perimental subj ects. The generalized "hissing response" was never heard again, although in one isolated instance two stu- dents 'were observed hissing at each other over a square-wave stimulator. Result: 98.22, complete cessation of hissing response. After several months of study, the re- bellion potential of the group was tested by means of a challenge experiment. A noted instructor, who himself drank copious amounts of water while lecturing, ad- monished his coffee-drinking audience by informing them that "the lecture room is not a cafe". Legend has it that one student whispered, "neither is it a watering trough" from the rear of the roomg but the other 113 group members obediently emptied their coffee cups on their heads, remaining silent. Result: 99.22, complete cessation of rebellion. Members of the experimental group grew to actually enjoy their drug therapy. At day's end, they all gathered in the'Ha11s of Wahl to exhibit their appreciation with a quaint chant: "Damnitolsm, to the Jigger, Damnitolq, to the Jigger" ad infinitum. l. Chapman, John:"Damitol Bastard Who's the Real Dean" J. KU Med. School. 69:609-690, 1969 2. Co-Workers, His. "How to get your name in print and other Fables" Sat. Afternoon Post. 69:69, 1969. Consider intramuscular Damnitolg, for habitual non-conformits in your practice. Change curiosity to obedience creativity to mani ' ' ' ' ' ' - . . . pulation, ingenuity to com utation 1 t at t PUf1CfUa11fY, SEHCK-lrity t0 mouth-honor, and genious to organization. Be Powerllfull. . L PHARMACOLGGY .. 1 'Y 1 4 , , f LD' if 3 I 1 T . X. - Dr. Uyeki - not You Yecchh He. Dr. Poisner - not Poison Her! I i I n I l I 1 1 f r r f ge, Q i Dr. Walaczek - Father figure. Dr. Pazdernik - elementary my dear Watson. F I j. z ,. If there wasn't so much work, medicine would be much easier. 5 135 ! i 1 -4 fi M' an 9 4, f X ,. '1 OBSTETRICS 8: 'f . 231:01-,ef Xf7C'mn27i?lg ,Q . ne, f f,. 'Z JK , ' ,. , ,, ' K ,, N. ff . ' , Jf f ' " , 'ij' ,Lwistjs :MQ mem: ' Quan . f - ,. in V Does this man look like an egomaniac? Dr. Cameron, Sperm donor baron. 138 GYNECOLOGY Doe 'iff s this man look like a manic-depressive? liigffgfg Az Ypexlevi i ii , I-WX ' ' X N elif L yff,-,fzalbiggi Ti- 1 -.., ui y gg 'Qi ai, Tl UMW GDOCTOR FREE I I I Easy, now . . . Thafs it . . . You're doingjust 9 Yes, sir . . . for your first delivery. Doctor, beautiful. Doctor Freen . . .Just beautiful . . . KK l'd say you know all there is to know . . . I o y e, D I i l l ,- W I . . . except maybe to get a Iitile tighter grip on the kid!! I ff- f ll I7 X fm! , v v- .r 4.- A hint 9i:2"?t i' 57-Arif If - Qs' I' -J N- R15 F ' IQQEQ If I Tw-"' I 3 h Z-'x A .f af ,-'gg' yy fjj ,ARS ,Q li , rx .Q A Y.. 1 . A 3 . P ffm? 'fffnfi . H 9 'QL fav , l 4 ftp ' in IT , Qi? I IK LEG fi 1 I ,rf -f, ,Z r 'l ,QT in "-in In 9 EVE 3 gy -2- I MHAW "Look! He's alive."' HOTEL SPERMATGZOA fmusic very similar to HOTEL CALIFO IAJ Down a bright lighted hallway, Cute nurse standing there- Sweet smell of her perfume, Rising up through the air. As I walked to the distance, Along the yellow striped tile My palms grew sweaty but my mind was set- I had to stroke for a while! There she stood in the doowway With her smile I could tell The event for which I had waited Was going to be heaven or possibly hell- Then she lit up a cinder and she showed me my stall There were voices down the corridor But all they said was "BALL!!!" Welcome to the HOTEL SPERMATOZOA, Such a lovely place-such a lovely space. Plenty of room at the Hotel Spermatozoa Any night or day, you can come to play. My mind's a little bit twisted As I'm doing my job. There's alot of heavy, heavy strokes That I call throbs. How obscene are my thoughts now, sweet, creamy sweat Good balls I remember, so hard to forget! So I called out to Cameron: "Please bring me my vial!" He said, "Just slow down your stroking, son- And rest for a while." But still those voices are calling from nearby it would seem- Wake you up in the middle of the nite- just another wet dream! Welcome to the HOTEL SPERMATOZOA What a lovely place, lots of lovely space! There strokin' it up at the Hotel Spermatozoa What a nice surprise, see the organ rise! Stroking's almost over, I sip my drink with ice. The Nurse says, "why not relax mari- Take the Baron's advice." And in my Sudler's chamber, they gather for a good look- Dr. Krantz and esteemed colleagues Another chapter for the book. Last thing I remember, I was shooting on the floor I had to find my passage back to the place I was before. Relax said the night Nurse, "You've been programmed to donate- You can go home any time you like, but tomorrow don't be Iate!" Ca. Dr. Calkins - wearsi a happy face Dr. Magrina - Hello shveetheart. button ff f f . 1 ," In ff, na Qafdiz? 4534-fl-iii .X 'A y, -51573 -. ,, ,I - I f' X gf' L sl v f "' J F65 X 1 n I lf K! 9 3 7 mf 71"- mg? , r 4 RADIATION THERAPY 5 Dr. Mansfield if U is gmwm.. f Going bald? Use Rick Butin's patented hair elixir. I ' logfo Q 20:5 W, 40M ' som 60 HAIR . in Loss WIIIT PER- LDSS DIIYUU HAVE? do! And look at me! I used to have bushy, curly hair. Marina i 142 ff for 1 K 1 3. i ,rm f vw I've seen the light - and it,s not Kermit Krantz ,.. M' I , ?i Q it if -If r if? F vs., . f . .4 , ff .t ffiflntf' 15", -alt. ' . fm2w-M'w"'.-ep "vt N511 P t A Q ,, .g f-1? ' - ,gr , - 5 I 'if"M,' ,Q-'fu ' ,L All 4, nj-'jf-Qf,f?1,.g,ig.,N,.. 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K Q... 3 - .,. n1.a,.,.',,,4L .aamrhngn l 5 1 Q z l i CARDIOLOGY When Marvin Dunn Has You On Lasix fto the tune of My Bonnie Lies Over the Oceanl If you ever are in Kansas City And have sudden pain in your chest, I'1l tell you just the man to look for to get a good exercise test. CHORUS You'll probably find him on One E, If not then go to the fourth floor. He's Marvin Dunn, King of the murmur, He'll cath you tomorrow for sure. CHORUS It makes Marvin oh so happy, It makes Marvin oh so proud, When his third year stud finds your murmur, A rumble that's not very loud. CHORUS While thinking he's cured you with Lasix Since you've lost your D.O.E., Keep hoping he never thinks of you When planning his next C.P.C. CHORUS CHORUS: Marvin, Marvin He'll read your EKGS. Marvin, Marvin, He'll halt your P.V.C.s. ii S K t ,X ,, ,gr 1 Q ffg I l Q v 4 MDMD Dr. Atkins, Dr. Nelson, and Dr. Pugh . . . One for all and all for one!!! E DOCRI 0LOGY '14, A I 5 nan Ai J CDOUKOO ' vs? E. QP' :fi- Oo "1'-1 3.-+ O :s CD U1 N '1 CU 20 UE. .1 V1 o- CD U1 PF Eff CD :1 E: ' -5 . r X l . 2E35f'fQF5'3"' .11 V - '--"-Q----- 1 , ..A- . : 1,225,511 . ff jx, f-. X QX-:e..:.1.:f.-,gw,x.- .,,. - .1-N: 1, Ax 3:1-Siege? E NX, , .V .fr:S:E5E5:,,5 X. ' .1 Mk.vX?X:55g::g:,.:',' ",'.v'A Q - -.55:f..x,:: H s yvriqfgf:---::Q:R 'NI-I-2 . X222-"' "fix Dr. Meek "It takes .. .... . E, x 'ij S 5 Sx X N. 5 X ' ASX X 5 xx x Xxx W X X X. x X X X X x X X A we X Q X X Nw N RXQN SM X MR? N my -P X ,5,.:x:-:-4 , M'-p-:-1.,.Y:...-" Q., - "" P x XQXXX XXX? X xX ws X X X Q R: S x ,. tg X , XR X , ore than steroids to make a manw OMMUNITY MEDICINE Dr. Tom Chin X ! 5 m vi X -WK X -' - N -"' K is ' -:5E52i- ':N::1w f::E.E ' 521 e ' :. " X N X xx x 24' New f' Ax vo sew ' 5 fre ' : ,. W . .-PE?-x .- -i "'43if3?" 3 Dr. Baker RX 991 --N-w ..,.. dresses, s N we S XM .hh X XVQIQPI ' e 31 N 5::.1:5, cg. X., N wr QW S X ik W, ff .mg X . . A :ia,f:,,,-Q N w-.:+1i1s,1:.. ' -me:f:--1'x!s'1:rr-- yr' rs:-:--K . 5 , 145 X' WWxf'fSf1ffNbvfsm-,mxNxW,,.,,,,.e..WbK: Hi! I'm Daryl'Hensley - the sportsman's friend. - Al Ross Would you buy a used car from this man? When he's not selling cars he's our Editor! M x , I al. Mi W 1 Q 7- .. i, l46 m What the . . . who's fishing from the fourth floor walkway . . . why is he doing it ...when will he stop'???'?'???'? To all officers - this man is armed Che has twoj and dangerous fto young femalesl and has been seen roaming the halls of Bell Memorial Cprobably looking for an exit to get out!J Jeb Brown Morphine Sulfate is a narcotic what? fs, 'iffy Lee Arensberg, Brad Marples and the one and only yes you guessed it folks, the amazing Dr. Elliott Bass -Q23 if. ' 5 I ff? R em!! X V 4,45 W, I arf, ,ff fi-'I ' ,rg W. ' X -,:'g,jff-1 fi-ef " , 'TLA Q- A . - , it J, ' ffl L ,iff 'i'f .. f . 5. Q ,. . BASS F In I E il ,lb Cmff Q ffl Ml XJ 616, U 4 Dr. Ross and Mr. Hyde "Full moon again! I wonder if anybody else feels like this every month . . . " WHATTA YA MEAN? 1 me CARE OF ww ,' F, ' , , f all Mlm' Q l W4 XYJ1-V' ' 1 fur, 4 I 1 , A Q tl g lint f as YJ!! . ELLIOI xx AM VMCT C r Learning by . . . l47 w PL TIC SURGERY Dr. Masters 1-X 1 A- HE Numa ' pmpwr TELL you 'If . TH15 I5 My FET . suksmaky! . ,U0dgv.3Yi:F, V0 X06 14 ' me 10 GU ,fog ENS KILL RENT! If J Z MNH LLERGY fm 373621 Avi' f 11 5 Yr' ff' 1 1 '1:- ff,. 3 215- Dr. Abdou 9 Y If , E' I " J x ' AAN ' I mM 1 1 1 5 rf ' ? ' ,1 5 1 1 , 2 X 2 1 1 1 '- N L 1 - f 1. I J' ' Q V 2 1 I L A I ! 'V A, - ,Q r ' ' My am 1 V .. in--K W 1 9 1 il ,1 113 N 11' lg s Q '. A 11 1 S 1 I ,, , ,X 1 3 1 4 .1 1s 4 :,! 1 sf X , E 11 A E r K 'ii'1?,fi"'i'l"Uiifi" T7 'Vi' ",, "W "'. 'VYT 1' 'lf' L ' iiizgafH.1,1gaf'Qm,H1,,1e'2,114 ' Q pf 1 'E V 73 fs ' 1 Q, K 'a5,c: 1'f'i f V ,,. W LYS - M,fQW1,'jgV A 1 I 'A - LA sf 1? -1 ,,'k. 1 K, HER -' 11 2 Q : ye. :M ,1 5 I 1' , , , , A n g? . gf, -g,:1j:-, 4.-41.215 1 1 'qi A1 ' 51' f i" "1 EE., 1- 1 15' 'if'-1,11 ali - Vg Q - A ffl s 2 ,1 Q 1 :sf 5 I Is ,r ' 1 ' ' I , . in 1 ' fu Q g xr A i ', .f sf IVHUB 1 1 w 12 J M f s 1 S NZM' A Qiwz .ff-'Q ., 1 we v 1 ,, X I-fri ? yr X If X 1 1 1i 1, 5 148 ig +1 ll Dr. Mani Dr. Robinson Dr. Lindsley SURGERY ,uk If Dr. Friesen The two faces of Dr. Jewell ONCOLOGY Dr. Stevens .2 PEDI TRICS qv- Dr. Bailey PSYCHI TRY Dr. McKnelly Dr. Goodwin - Enclosed is ajpicture of me the day before I had my thyroidectomy. I I 6 l usa- The Nebraska Plan By Donald Goodwin, M.D. Chairman of Department We are grateful for the opportunity to talk about the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Kansas in Kansas City. We're proud of the Department, and are even producing research, something George Winokur predicted could never happen in Kansas. My colleagues have written about the various pro- grams. Let me mention a concern of mine. Kansas City has more boulevards than any city besides Paris. lt has more fountains than any city besides Rome, lt has George Brett. It has four seasons and clean air. But there are two things it does not have. lt does not have a mountain or an ocean. , lt needs them. Prospective residents ask: "Where do we ski? Where do we surf?" What can we say? What can Dr. Hall A few miles north of Kansas City is a large rectangular midwestern state. Geologists at the University of Kansas have discovered the following: lf this rectangular state is divided in half by digging up the earth on one half and piling it on the other half, you can dig a hole deep enough to be an ocean ltides will occurj and simultaneously produce a pile of dirt high enough to have snow on top: in short, a mountain. Why not? The Nebraska Mountain and Nebraska Ocean will bring happiness to many. People who formerly lived in places like Omaha and Grand Island will prosper with their tourist camps and sporting goods stores in adjacent states. People who live in Iowa City will finally have someplace to go. Prospective residents can snub their noses at Southern California and still surf and ski. we do? I hope the members of the American Academy of I have a plan. Clinical Psychiatrists will support this proposal. Y 4 I c vb . C I N eval' I MAJ QA! 1 Nlb' - I M .nfl 'A I vu ul I - il i Renal Medicine Dr. Grantham WWW as t 1 ' NEUROLOGY , x., ,-X X Dr. R.L. Beach Dr. Zeigler OTORHI GL RY GOLOGY W? mins? A 1 ,.. N' '- ,, .wwgf ,, , , V, .A jf ,,,,,, f- 5.,.,W,,,1,w.,,g,, f ,- , f 32 g ,ge , ,fb f , , 123' -- 21311 gpg ff .M-.W gym gw ff It W W' ,, A - Q - ' M fy m f 5 7 , fd f 'rw-ff gf' f ey:-Q gggy ,,4g?g,sg,n " M . ,,Q. , , , ,' 17 ' ' , ' va i, i , X f f ,.7,A.wL yn v , , m Q L X 'Wu 2 h, , , ,. QW-,gan , ' ix - N .,, . , I I fl Dr. Norris Dr Space 152 Lfiif.-W th f , ,Gi 1: QQ Q Q5.:,i L ,,.,5'?:l uf' :J -' T. ,iT1'i1xi :iii 'SMH 1 'F"i-'figs V 4 if -'iii ' f 1 .A 1' .2 1, nf, "a i x , ' Q, ii ,af A , ' "Wi Q , .wtf " -, A. Q-:Q Q3 if ' ref ' 2 iff I Dr. Proud REHAB EDICINE HEMATOLOGY - Dr' Varghese Dr. Medhat Dr. Lynch 5 IX "Q.iL. , ? Q .. P4 GASTRGE TEROLOGY Dr. Greenberger Dr. Miner RADIGLOGY Dr. Martin I FECTIOU 7 1 P Q' vw xx M? 1' f rf! f Z gm f W' 2732-fiw will E if ifiwfffkfivy 14 fi 45" ff fi, ffs,g,.,f ,Q447 WBA " Xyfx s ' 2' e I , " " " ' vf - ilgjm , i .2 ' .W r fkzff-ffm, t , H, AL,,,,. , 1. f' t 'ff - nf: '-if Aff-1 '1 1 5' ik. 'f,jsqf'f "Qif5j',Qj-531,44 -tif' ' '59, V ,J,'klfv" ff35'fff1 '45 H794 'ff J., f ffwinseiseem::L?fm:mf 3 1 f V .swf aw,:rse2l5gi:iag?iza?i2 t 2:26441 eff fgr,zi.gf'rm,,: Tiff f gif.,ggi5p1'qz3v,i'C,gw:.ff1y-, 'gg-:M - ,g4mff':.7:,. 41.7. fpfzvfif fqwf, ,ff .wf,....--5.1, , , :- ,f3g:f,?:L:,,rw4 rc :rid wi . ffifif sww'.:rif gang iwzfaf, -'fi' '4. ' ' ,,Z"w n ffYAvexV65H'v'Y7?1 71 , ..,, V. I eh... ,,vA5.i.g ,f9.,,ggt'254QjgjaQ25g,f,g,15?Zfy . 1 ' 'I ' , W f fzmw , my efmwct - 1,1 4 f f- ,uf w w , 1? , , . . V t gp ' , ,1 , 3 ' ' , ' A7 V "ff ', .rr ' iv - 5 -I I 1 ' 5 in 2 f f, f 'V 4 Q , 12 . in f' Y L' X . s,w,4 ,iai- i 225: 11-212 W 1. .Q , uma 1552 DISEASES Oh, powerful bacillus, With wonder how you fill us every day, While medical detectives With powerful objectives, Watch your play. 7 Ode to the Bacillus Dr. Chien Liu A E THE IOLOGY .QNX A Dr. Arakawa 1 PULMONARY MEDICINE ,f .A Dr. Kerby Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Dr. Bixler INTERNAL MEDICINE? Dr. Fred Holmes Doctor in Search of Department xl rr? Look Ma - I'm a REAL doc! Scott Stringfield Kathy Claflin talking Dave Cameron Barb Krumme Brad Basmger mtg it , , , This is Nancy Westcott. She is the Associate Editor. Without her this book would be filthy! fs 5 af 1151 BPP means bathroom privileges. Do you think you know what a urinal is? Lisa McKeefSusan Marasco I 1 I tj 'l'lsnli'g0lL - - - -1. ii The Institutional side of Life You'd keep the book on EDIBLE ANI- MALS OF THE DESERT?'?????'? W Paula Flattery , ' T l '1 y J i l g an I J A 1' Y ,,.,..i 'Q Q 4 'Ny ft, ,jf ,Z cy' 'N X ,,. ,V 1 gl' - f , . , I V'-' : , A . R K1 .,,. ,W ' .-s. W A A, i ,L ,WI l59 F . A 1 K V I 11' Mi! VI 1.1, 112 :tl iii ilsl l 4.4 'lu Ill I l I 1 :WI I I l I ll lil 1314 li A! 1 l I I 1 lr, l1S 'll ll il 3 I I F Q . 1 I 1 I l Y 4 1 KU-TV Scoop , Newly proposed essay and action format for National Boards Part II, or general examination for the M.D. de- gree. INSTRUCTIONS: Read each question carefully. Answer all questions. Time limit: 4 hours. Begin at once. HISTORY: Describe the history of the papacy from its origins to the present day, concentrating especially, but not exclusively, on its social, political, economic, religious and philosophical impact on Europe, Asia, and Africa. Be brief, concise and specific. MEDICINE: You have been provided with a razor blade, a piece of gauge and a bottle of scotch. Remove your appendix. Do not suture until your work has been inspected. PUBLIC SPEAKING: 2500 riot-crazed Aborigines are storming the classroom. Calm them. You may use any ancient language except Latin or Greek. BIOLOGY: Create life. Estimate the differences in subsequent human culture if this form of life developed 500 million years earlier, with special emphasis on its probable effect on the English Parliamentary system. Prove your thesis. MUSIC: Write a piano concerto. Orchestrate and perform it with flute and drum. You will find a piano under your Seat. PSYCHOLOGY: Based on your knowledge of their works, evaluate the degree of adjustment and repressed frus- trations of each of the following: Alex of Aphrodisias, Ramses II, Gregory of Nicia, Hammurabi. Support your evaluation with quotations from each man's work, making appropriate references. SOCIOLOGY: Estimate the sociological problems which might accompany the end of the world. Construct an experiment to test your theory. ENGINEERING: The disassembled parts of a high-powered rifle have been placed on your desk. You will also find an instruction manual, printed in Swahili. In ten minutes a hungry Bengal tiger will be admitted to the room. Take whatever action you feel appropriate. Be prepared to justify your decision. 2 , 5 . E , a 4 2 r T i E y 1 V V w w i 1 fx X, Q, 1 w I L w J Q. W xx, 5 T2 g ,gif M1 EW l 1 ' L 1. 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Mary Kinnaman Lori Harris Sharon Reber Lori Clayton PHYS CAL THER PY Gara Burnette Tamba Preston Lynne Smith Alan Sander Linda Patton Kim Wilson SENIORS Q'-'SX Q.- 12" Kelly Schuman Jeana Onofrio Joanie Manda Steve Mathews Cheryl Smith Shella Norton Madge Mitchell Janice Loudon Joann Grutza Rick Kristoffersen Edward Knapp Lana Glifford Cindy George Mary Beth Finkle ,-RJR Arlene Foris Carol Colburn LiSa FiShCf Www an 'wwf' Connie Brown HF'- -me 'N-My f Christine Crawford -I0 Ellen Born FB Beth Boehm Lynn Arberger Beverly Winberg Susan Bean if NQ, EDIC L SCHUUL sE N1oRs nf .-,.- -l Wy- V . - ll- X f h X X - X - .N - 1 ' X , . gif:-.4 "Lf Howard Aks Richard Arnspiger Michael Atwood Joni Baeke Jack Bair Ashok Bajaj I ffl, . , , , A '55 63' -an-.ff ,W Martin Baftolac Laffy Beck Dwane Beckenhauer ik Nancy Becker Katherine Belton Jack Berg - ' li .J-'TSY5 b e .A S 'ff ' B 'fin -N M B, ,X B A 5 if B 2 if Miriam Bloch Barbara Bohon Jeffrey Bond Robert Bruce Charles Bruso Peter Bundgard 190 La a ,ix 1 Larry Butler lfi Michael Cantwell aaa..-a fi Ronald Calcote William Campbell Terrence Cavanaugh Philip Cedeno l9l Steven Chavez Valerie Chow James Cooper Donald Courtney Dale Dahl Gary Decker Dale Denning Elaine Dunagin-Engelman Janet Fanning Kyle Fanning an-N 1 l I I ,am VBR v f Tom Fitch Crystal Fraser Leslie Garcia William Garlow Marvin Gatz R035 Glasmann 'i an 1 , is-. . 2- - H Vx if Robert Goldberg Jana Goldsich-Terreros PM Jeffrey Gunderson Carol Gllfba f ,..,...Q....-4 David Govaker W Steven Hamberg 195 E rl' Y , ' in . fb , ':,.:3,f, W , 2 mga li., ,G , f , 1 ,r a any ' ' ." 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E82 This was you a e en 0 r S 225 Physical Therapy Aberger, Lynn 186 Bean, Susan 186 Boehm, Beth 186 Born, JoEllen 186 Brown, Connie 186 Burnette, Gara 182 Colburn, Carol 185 Crawford, Christine 186 Finkle, Mary Beth 185 Fisher, Lisa 185 Foris, Arlene 185 George, Cindy 185 Gifford, Lana 185 Grutza, Joann 184 Knapp, Edward 184 Kristoffersen, Rick 184 Loudon, Janice 184 Manda, Joanie 183 Mathews, Steve 183 Mitchell, Madge 184 Norton, Sheila 184 Onofrio, Jeana 183 Patton, Linda 182 Preston, Tamra 182 Ross, Keenan 183 Sander, Alan 182 Schuman, Kelly 183 Smith, Cheryl 183 Smith, Lynne 182 Wilson, Kim 182 Winberg, Beverly 186 Nursing Alhom, Sabrina 163 Allison, Jean 170 Arndorfer, Pat 171 Ash, Tracey 171 Bailey, Marcia 175 Basham, Nancy 162 Beck, Helen np Bradley, Cinda np Brenneis, Patricia 178 Bridge, Lynn 186 Briggs, Nancy 172 Brown, Shelly 165 Bullock, Laura 176 l 1 SENIOR PICTURES INDEX Burkett, Niles np Butterfield, Donna np Camp, Kari 178 Carlson, Sharon 168 Carty, Susan 166 Cheatham, Vesta 163 Clayton, Lori 179 Cole, Colleen 168 Cole, Sandra 177 Cothron, Jane np Cox, Kelly 173 Cushman, Wayne np ' Degner, Denise 168 Dick, Sheryl 180 Dillon, Christine 173 Douglas, Paula 168 Drumm, Terri np Durano, Rebecca 175 Erickson, Konnie 162 Fetters, Ann 170 Flattery, Paula 172 Fletcher, Kathy 178 Foust, Ann 166 Francoeur, Patricia 162 Gibson, Patty 169 Gomez, Debbie 177 Goodman, Glenda np Gregg, Laurie 176 Hall, Susan 167 Hanna, Janet 166 Hanson, Debra np Harrell, Ruth 169 Harris, Lori np Haskins, Debby 170 Heiman, Denise 178 Hernandez, Raquel 166 Huddleston, Jan np Husted, Scott 177 Jansen, Stacia 162 Jewell, Carolyn 167 Johnson, Dawn 176 Johnson, Jennifer 180 Kadel, Susan np Karlin, Robyn 164 Kasl, Connie np Kinnaman, Kathleen np Kinnaman, Mary 181 Klapak, Bernadine np Kowalski, Diane 169 Kreutzer, Catherine 178 Kroeker, Karen 180 Lawler, Lisa 171 Lillich, Carol np Lowe, Kristi 167 Luce, Paul 164 Lucky, Ruth 179 Lundhigh, Jan 163 McCowen, Mariane 169 McFarland, Karen 177 McFarland, Mary 179 McKenzie, Margie np McKee, Lisa 180 McLean, Susan 164 Mabe, Jan 165 Macek, Michelle 164 MacGee, Karen 174 Mahoney, Pam np Maimer, Patricia np Marr, Lori 171 Martin, Joyce 177 Martinez, Tony np Maskil, Joyce 169 Miller, Julie 164 Mitchelson, Kathleen 175 Morris, Abigail 171 Morrow, Lori fClaytonJ np Mulligan, Brian np Nash, Amy 171 Neal, Constance 169 Nelson, Laura 176 Nemeth, Julie 163 Niemackl, Diane 162 Nonemaker, Therese 170 Norris, Jeff 174 O,Connell, Nancy 173 Oehmke, Susan 162 Ogilvie, Hilda np Olson, Pamela 179 Osborn, Winthrop np Owens, Emily 174 Owsley, Nancy 172 Parisek, Amy 175 Pottorf, Shelly 178 Reber, Sharon 181 Reimer, Martha 174 Rippel, Deborah 168 Roberts, Megan 166 Rode, Carolyn 172 N Rowley, Rebecca 173 Royer, Benita np I I r 1 P, F V l 1 1 il 1 l 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 --vq Note: np indicates "not pictured" Ruhl, Catherine 166 Saltzman, Pamela 176 Schauf, Melinda np Schmidt, Leanne 164 Schmitt, Christy 175 Schreiber, Terry 179 Scott, Stephen np Semkin, Sabrina np Simmons, Mary 172 Singleton, Rita 167 Spare, Kathy tWeigandJ 179 Spencer, Peggy 177 Stone, LaVonna 170 Stoops, Lisa 179 Strahl, Linda 174 Strunk, Sue 176 Sullivan, Julie 167 Swart, Regina np Swinehart, Elaine 165 Taylor, Julie fSiglerJ 167 Ternes, Michelle 173 Thiessen, Barbara 170 VanTuyl, Theresa 168 Veal, Stacia 163 Waugh, Patricia 174 Webb, Deborah np Wehner, Paula 163 Welch, Karen np Westcott, Nancy 165 Wilhelm, Patricia 172 Witmer, Valissa 165 Wohlrab, Anita 173 Worley, Linda np Wright, Cheryl 175 Yoakum, Joan 165 Zarda, Jill np Medicine Ables, Donald np Aks, Howard 188 Arnspiger, Richard 188 Atwood, Michael 188 Baeke, Joni 188 Bair, Jack 188 Bajaj, Ashok 188 Barnes, Joe np Bartolac, Martin 189 Baughman, Michael np Beck, Larry 189 Beckenhauer, Dwane 189 Becker, Nancy 189 Belton, Katherine 189 Berg, Jack 189 Bloch, Miriam 190 Bohon, Barbara 190 Bond, Jeffrey 190 Bruce, Robert 190 Bruso, Charles 190 Bundgard, Peter 190 Butler, Larry 191 Calcote, Ronald 191 Campbell, William 191 Cantwell, Michael 191 Cavanaugh, Terrence 191 Cedeno, Philip 191 Chavez, Steven 192 Chow, Valerie 192 Coffey, Charles np Cooper, James 192 Courtney, Donald 192 Crist, David np Crosley, Archer np Dahl, Dale 192 Decker, Gary 192 Denning, Dale 193 Dunagin-Engelman, E. 193 Eisman, Scott np Ellison, Mary np Engelken, Michael 193 Fanning, Janet 193 Fanning, Kyle 193 Faris, Cathleen 193 Fitch, Tom 194 Fleming, Craig np Fraser, Crystal 194 Garcia, Leslie 194 Garlow, William 194 Gatz, Marvin 194 Gibson, Richard np Glasmann, Ross 194 Goldberg, Robert 195 Goldsich-Terreros, J. 195 Govaker, David 195 Gunderson, Jeffrey 195 Gurba, Carol 195 Hamberg, Steven 195 Hamel, Gregory 196 Hamm, Glenn 196 Hardon, Glen 196 Harshberger, Karen 196 Hartman, Keck np Hartwell, Kimberly 196 Hartwell, Rick 196 Heckerson, Maurine 197 Henning, Harold 197 Henry, Robert 197 Hess, David 197 Hesse, James 197 Holle, Cheryl np Hollenbeck, Larry 197 Hornbaker, Stanley 198 Huet, Raul 198 Huycke, Mark 198 Irvin, Diana 198 Jacob, Kenneth 198 Joshi, Madhup 198 Joyce, Rex 199 Karnaze, Michael 199 Kater, Eric np Katt, Diana 199 Kaufman, Stanley np Kennedy, Laura 199 Ketner, Stephen 199 Kimmell, Richard' 199 Kindscher, James np Kirsch, Mark np Klein, Kendel np Klise, Kurt 200 Kodras, Ronald 200 Koenigs, Kenneth 200 Korte, Louisa 200 Lee, Sharon 200 Lemons, Stephen 200 Liang, Horace 201 Linenberger, Michael 201 Loggan, Michael 201 Longino, Betsy 201 Lovell, Victor np Luallin, David 201 Ludlow, Michael np Ludwikosky, Mikel 201 Luna, Anthony 202 Mangler, Victor 202 Matile, Gerald 202 Matson, Jeffrey np McCarthy, R. Patrick np Medicine McDaniel, Roylan np Ramberg, Steven np Ramirez, David np Raptis, Pauline 207 Rattenne, Mitzi 207 Reimer, Mark 208 Reissmann, Peter 208 Ricketts, David np Rieger, Erik 208 Robinson, Charles 208 Rogers, Marsha 208 Ruble, Rebecca 209 Saint-Erne, Philip 209 Scheier, Mary 209 Schlageck, Joe 209 Schutz, Ralph 209 Seeman, James 209 Sheffield, Michael 210 Shutt, Charles 210 SENIOR PICTURES INDEX Simon, Kerry 210 Simpson, Karen 210 Smith, Lindall 210 Spearman, Michael 210 Spore, John 211 Standlee, Timothy 211 Stevens, Victor 211 Stine, Kimo 211 Stoops, Stephen 211 Sweeney, Richard 211 Thomas, Daryl 212 Timmerman, Kyle 212 Tomlinson, David 212 Wall, Terry 212 Wedel, Alan 212 Wetzel, Louis 213 Whitfield, Steve np Wilcox, Dennis 213 Wilson, William 213 Winn, Terria 208 Zizmor, Michael np 1 1 ag 5 1 f 1 K 1 K x 4 5 V i s 1 1 s r s 1-1 i a f 5 u 5 i i Y , -wi L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I E l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X 5,-W5 fig? ,, M, mg ,lax " iP'?XHf'fsf 4: A-f .Ns EQ '- , 544.6 Y, J , -LJ C - .1 , 1 KuMc,,,,+ 1 N, u - r -'QS -,S f FOR-NMEDIII CLASS OF fiiibmdwu ONTHE M '40 WJ- 510 00 C 61.0, Eaphamkornis 'zinnsasrnsis ,mehiuns nf-me ll Ill! 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