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

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I V k 1 , w ,JV it , ,lx , ,lf ,, V 1 ,, f 3 . 1 f f V fl ' J- J' ,M ' ' -1- ,-ev-Y -uf.. a'7vw'f,wf ,f'1Tw:r':rvF1pfwz"m"'A7s1r4'frr'f'fT 11 'JL 1 ,ff V F F x it rx N V 'vf f x . K W" 0 4 .up ' VY 'Q VI Vu In I J Y YA -. ., -,.-,t,,.-.,,.- V ..2-Ag-Y , ...,: -V--lk - - ' X LQSITAI- Sq "' u""f' .UM at 2?..lfk4ff . aut 3 1 -2Qi5"l'9', , 5. mm .iz z.--.wwf :- gg ia.-,115-1 wi g' an f1!'! gl" 0 :lm 0 oz Gp 'vhlusuto W' THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS K Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor College of Health Sciences and Hospital 39th and Rainbow Blvd., Kansas City, Kansas 66103 f913J 588-1207 Dear Graduates of 1983. . HLife is short, and the Art long, the occasion fleeting, experience fallacious and judgment difficult.H Nearly 2500 years ago, Hippocrates commented upon the extensive knowledge a physician must acquire in a lifetime that would be all too short. what he said then about the physician is equally true today for anyone who chooses a career as a health professional. If one thing is certain about the end of this phase of your education, it is that it marks the beginning of yet another, a phase that will continue the rest of your professional lives. You will perfect the skills you have developed and you will learn new skills. You will acquire new knowledge and you will discover novel applications for older knowledge. You will be dissatisfied with stock answers to old questions and curiosity will challenge you to ask new ones. with all of that, there will always be more to do and more to learn for, as Hippocrates said, the Art is long. I am certain that you all will make this commitment to a lifetime of learning. You owe it to those for whom you care, to yourselves and to the Art. I wish you well as you travel this road and sincerely hope that you will always remember its beginning at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Sincerely, KL CL 'lf f David Waxman, M.D. Executive Vice Chancellor Main Campus, Lawrence College of Health Sciences and Hospital, Kansas City and Wichita x f f f 1 9 f f f f f f f f x ff f x 1 MS. f ,C if fQ,7f Q45 rWZQ W f fx New Ms. Shipley, Dr. Chiga, Mr. Stuples, Senator Dole, Dr. Waxman, Dr. Meek Q Marvin Dunn, MD., Dean School ot Medi cine Gelbech and harem Dr. Doris A. Geitgey Walter Gelbach, Director ot Admissions Billy Hudson, Dean ot Research v? i 5 5 Stanta Norton, PhD, Dean Allied llealth Administration 5 1 .-' 11 ,, 11 -1 -1 1. v 1 0 -1 1 1. 1 1 A 1 K1 1 1 1 -1 v 1 1 1 1 . . ..1 11 1 . . 1 1 11 1 1. 1 1 1 1 . . ' . i4..'. 1 1 1 1'f'i 1 I I '.1 i 4 1 1 'n 1 - 1 1 1 1 11 1 vfn1 :fo n-1 '.l1 11 .I 11 li 1 1 .'1' 1 0 1'1.. o 1 1 a I , 1 . e v 5' ' n 171 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1' 1 1 1,1 1. 11. 'I nog ,. ,,., 11 .., .. .. mf? 1, , .hertz Q l ' -' X f W QW 3 f X 'fffifk I, f X V, f V Wf X4 2 W X f XW W M L MM LZZWZC 0 A , X, 4, , V, , W X .Mf W W., MWA UWWW4 A., ,f'f2' 'J ,ff f -ff,,ff-ff ' i'fW4" f"cpf2?'??iff' M2 Z f Q f . W! f - W-ff A W if nw ,, f aww Iunior Iayhawker' Dr. Feezell is married ayhawker, NLD f , if W if Randall Feezell, MD. and Alpha, Outstanding Gynecology in 1982, and have an infant son, Cody Iohn. 8 ..'Q. Q. Resident Teaching Award David A. Grainger MD. ' , Dr. David Grainger earned a BlSil1'1t!Clf1E?lT1lSlI'YffTO1T1 Wichita State University in A g t l9'Z7. He attended the University of Kansas School ot Medicine at Kansas City tor ffbasio sciences and the Universityfot Kansas School ot Meicine - Wichita tor t t ' clinical rotations. Currently he is a secondyear resident in obstetrics and gynecol- ' OQY-t G Honors in medical education include: Walter S. Sutton Prize Honorable Men- td tion, Obstetrics and Gynecology Award tor the outstanding Wichita student in Ob!Gyn at graduation, and the layhawker, MD. Resident Teaching Award. Dr. Grainger was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. l-le is married to Deborah and enjoys skiing, piano and tennis. 1980 ayhawker, M-D. ZW 1 Q! X William P. Nelson was awarded the layhawker, M.D. award back in 1980, but there was no book that year, so this page is dedicated to , ,4,, 5 William Nelson, M.D. A .,,. - 'E W 2 1 U . ,Z Q ,,,. , , M", 4,15 69 f J., , of Ca Dr. Nelson graduated from Georgetown University School ot Medi- cine in l956. l-le served in the Army as Assistant Chiet ot Cardiolo- A gy at Brook Army Medical Center ln San Antonio, Texas, William 4 Beaumont AMC in El Paso, and Walter Reed in Washington, D.C. y l-le was Chief ot Cardiology trom 1968-1976 at Fitzsimmons AMC in I 4 , Denver. X ZW W X ,W fi After retiring from the military, Dr. Nelson taught at the University ot Nebraska School ot Medicine. Then, in l978, he came here to KU. Unfortunately, Dr. Nelson has already moved to warmer climets having lett this year to teach at the University ot South Florida School ot Medicine in Tampa. The publication he is most proud ot is Understanding Cardiology co-authored with l-lywel Davies. A tavored philosophy is summed up by the phrase, HThou shalt not kill, but need not strive otticiously to keep alive." Dr. Nelson's hobbies include gardening and oil painting, as well as caring tor his wite and many children. l-le was a popular man and a good educator. KU will be poorer without him. Signed, A. Cfrubby, Medical Student M T I A m eady Honors Convocatwn Below lett: Monte Lieberiarb rebeives the ClBA Award Middle: Floyd Foltz Right: David Street - both MSA outstanding educators WMM , WNW ,,ff fn 2 A Above lett: Betty Drees - A. Morris, Cfinsberq Award Above middle: lenniter Barker, ACA ie in ored Je. " 'GD . President Above Right. Chancellor Budiq, looks to see it Crr - Major is going to tall on him Lett: l-lonors Committee - Chairman Dr. Anderson in SWRATOQY QF V Research Week airs W 71. Y U-Xbovel Shown is one ot 40 Research Week exhibits. CRightl Kansas Governer, lohn Carlin, lett, and George Ralade, MD., right, Nobel Laureate and professor ot cell biology at the Yale University School ot Medicine, gave presentations on the concluding day. LW , fi fi US. Representative Larry Winn, lr. CR - Kan- sasl lett, and Billy G. Hudson, Rh.D., KU Dean ot Research and professor ot Biochemistry. QRightD Eugene Staples, lett, KUMC hospital administrator, hosted a reception for Metro- politan Kansas City hospital administrators on ff f jf V 4 , 1 .5 ff U 5 , Z the opening day ot Research Week. CUpper rightl Lorraine Rome, lett, physi- ology research assistant, shows high school students through a laboratory on one ot several tours ottered during re search week. 4 'S 'N fx . . 41311: Thanksg1v1ng For E86 Thanksgiving break tor tirst-year medical students was no vacation. There was no time tor turkey, because waiting tor the students upon their return was Dr. lVlatzkes's last neuroanatomy tinal. Yet Turkey-Day was not lost tor a group ot enterprising E86ers who discovered they could study and have dinner merely by making minor alterations to the traditional menu. Here is their story: CNumbers reter to picturesl lim removed the tasty repast from the oven C2,lD. Pertectl UNo, no, no," Tom told lulie C35 as she prematurely reached tor a bite ot brain, 'lWe're got to say Grace tirst." The group took out their bibles, also known as Synopsis of Neuroanatomy, and read in unison, "We gratefully acknowledge Mrs. Grace Foltz and Mrs. Grace Matzke tor their assistance in typing the manuscript." Clit. Then Tom skillfully carved the teast. UDo you want white matter or grey matter." he asked lanet. lll'll take some cuneus with White matter," she replied. C55 With glasses tull ot cerebral-spinal tluid, and plates tull ot brains tbl, not one ot these happy med students could possibly tail Dr. lVIatzke's last hurrah. M,,,N.,.,s,,,,,.w ,!,,,, f, k..- In 7 f f, , W fif , Q1 ,,. f Af . ft, ff iff , Xffff ' X, ff f ff W f v s W,,,,,,.,....m-rf 1l""'n" ,, 14 W7 f-" , . 1 X 5. 1 3? i T S T Goodbye Dr. Matzke Clockwise trom lett: Dr. lVlatzke's last lecture, cake by Susan Carr, Dr. Matzke picks his brains as Layne Tait looks on, Dr. Matzke made honorary neurosurgeong Dr. Matzke at work. Dr. Howard Matzke retired from his position as Chair- man ot the Department ot Anatomy this year. During his thirty-year tenure, he instructed some tive thou- sand students. ln addition to teaching, Dr. Matzke was active in research, including such diverse areas as tetanus toxin, the dorsal column, the cerebral cor- tex, and the cerebellum. His achievements While at K.U. Med also include the text Synopsis of Neur- oanatomy, which he co-authered with Dr. Floyd Foltz. This book is now in its tourth and tinal edition. lt has been on the "Top Ten," list ot books tor medical education and is being used at medical schools throughout the World. Dr. Matzke earned his PhD. at the University ot Min- nesota in l9l9 under the noted AT. Rasmussen. He was ottered positions at many universities, including several outside the US., but he chose K.U. ln spite ot his retirement, Dr. Matzke intends to stay active in his tield by delivering lectures at universities around the globe. He also intends to spend some time travelling and relaxing with his wife and garden at home in Winona, Minn. 15 Silver Stallion Award. This prestigious honor is bestowed each year upon that teacher, preacher, or creature who has best endeavored to make students grin and bear it. The Silver Stallion is literally and figura- tively, a tool which gives the subject under ex- amination a true reaming. I-low appropriate that this year's award goes to Phelix, the CRT, the wonderful, wonderful CRT. This computerized pet, is phed pharmacology questions by the Department and spits them relentlessly back at students. However cuddly he appeared, Phelix was often smug, even inhuman, and loved to Ngo down" for a nap the day before Pharm tests. Finally, scores of his 25,000 questions were hopelessly canned Cbut we know mercu- rial diureticsl. Phelix's mentor and programmer was HAL 4000 of 200l fame, whom with any luck, he may soon join in outer space. Good luck E '86! K7 C . O4 M PheliX's Chief Henchman PHRRMREGLGW D 2. Sample - Questions Of Equal Difficulty PHARMACOLOGY - Sample Questions of Equal Difficulty QuEs'noNs I-so EXAM? 1 ER To TPHS QUESTION Aspmn IS THE Ausw aD a drug CRN BE FOUND iN bl found in Bayer cl used for headaches A i,l if Zti Q,f3.f,", AS THE SYLLABUS dl all of the above I itfl' Q5 L.ECIl'URE MPFTEQIRL. 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' -1 4.'g.s3v,q.-1.-:--',-?.-:-24 -'BS , -sif- Q A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing Alas 0 fecund Muse Do impart to me your views As l set about this nephrous recitation lt s been passed down through the Ages Both in books and upon stages That the essence of this life is urination As on contemplates one s urine Mental gears begin a turnin And a most confounding problem may be nigh Urinary output it s the truth Like so much gin without vermouth May be certified as positively dry The point of this verbosity ls to ourline my viscosity And to ponder a solution to its grip Most determinedly l strain And l even dream of rain Unfortunately what results is not a drip My urethra which is penile Apparently is senile And my tap is irrefutably turned off As such Fate should be bemoaned Are my kidneys surely stoned? l supposed it s time to turn my head and cough Analyze please Dr Freud This inability to void Shall my mother bear the blame alone and solel lm depending on you Sig For my bladder s far too big. You re my last chance before paging Dr. Foley. lf l were to eat a raisin Would it give me saralasin? Y To subdue this rude assault on Bowman s Space. Collecting ducts must be in torsion To achieve such reabsorption. l have never faced a tougher ADH. Cn the brink of last despair Nephrons now beyond repair. All at once through deepest dark a bright light shone. And to me a gift was sent With angelic accompaniment: l'This gift to you is natriuretic hormone." The purpose of all poetry ls not to celebrate one's pee, But at this poem's end must be pizzazz. Be it mellitus, or plain, Urine by any other name, Would smell just like the red wine of Shiraz. Timothy Stepp To pee or not to pee: that is the question whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous pressure or to bear legs against a sea of filtrate and by opposing, stop it? To die: to void no moreg and by this death to say we end the constant toil of the multitude of nephrons which turn clarity itself to yellow. To die, to sleep, to sleep perchance to dream. Ah, there's the rub, for in that sleep there is no true rest for each tubule is doing its best. Woe! Come the morn the tale is much sadder so the question is moot, one must yield to the bladder. David Cameron I'1 KIDNEY CANTATA Who is like unto thee, my kidney? Whose membranes temper, filter, and cleanse The surging fluids of my corpus And channel the excess to its proper ends. A Waterworks wondrous an organ obsessed Call nephrons call gloerult call forces diving The osmotic pressure flows ever onward Forty gallons diffused in a single day s time How graceful thy structure form and function abound Smooth muscled arterioles loop of Henle so round Diverse tasks and morthy borne by tubules vascular Orchestration of efforts to pace GPR A toast to my kidney what nobler applause? May your strength remain constant no flooding no flaws Here s another eight ounces to my kidney so fine A drink dedicated to your health and mine Leslie Glaze Poetic hcense used here of course 40 gallons are filtered tactive processl not diffued tpossive processl Hope you will understand ff! The Saga of the lon Who Took a Dive Only to be Swived Listen to the tale about the death and dyin Of a lusty courageous adventuresome ton Who while riding the waves in the Bay of Kidney Got whizzed away in a tremendous pee Forewarning had he of the dreaded renal artery Which flowed toward the insidious and merciless glomeruli But because it was there he took the dare And dauntlessly faced a challenge most rare With a masterful dive he toined the tide Of fellow ions sodium and chloride The renal blood flow proved a far better carrier Than previously experienced in the blood brain barrier Excitement thrilled the length of his positive charge And suddenly his manhood began to swell and enlarge Yet the fear that gripped him then was a real lfblqqle As he espied the Bowman Cliffs O er the Straits of Malpighi Attempting the backstroke which he had learned in medical school He none the less was filtered into a looming tubule And as he disappeared he felt a pang of detection For he could now lose his life along with his recent erection Thoughts of escape poured through his trembling mind A hole in the wall he considered to be a terrific find Lo and behold such an outlet did he see And was soon reabsorbed into interstitiality But before he could emit a shout of glee He found himself rounding the Loop of Henle His momentary Joy turned once again into fright Now realizing the terror of his dangerous plight For escape by reabsorption prox1ma11y Brought recapture by secretion d1sta11y With no way to avoid the Duct of Bellini He cursed cruel Fate and called it a meanie Swept from cortex to medulla his eyes were blurrin Sloshing through the renal pelvis and into a pool of urine Before closing his eyes to what then was to occur Straightway he saw himself slide into a gaping ureter And one can but imagine his ultimate surprise When he awoke in the bladder upon opening his eyes He decided to swim for a distant shore But a whirlpool developed and he feared there was more Swirled about in a spiral cascading He futilely struggled but it was no help in evading The eight inches of urethra called the corpus spongiosum A hellish place that any ion would find quite loathesome Onward and outward he felt himself pushed Well knowing the outcome and feeling quite bushed Yet to avoid getting pissed he stretched out his hands And clung desperately and precartously at the top of the glans And there he hung until the coming of night When suddenly he was awash in a sea of white Out story could not have begun yet another exciting term Had out hero not have been trampled by the hordes of eager sperm May he rest in peace and the moral is this Don t swim or dive near the lsle of Piss But if you must to prove that you can Look before you leap and never plunge into a Man Stephen B Wolf n I . it 0 it The Br-1dge E-85, E-B6 Suggestions Concerning the Bridge BRIDGE Blow it up Gpen air bar in summer Aerial bowling alley Aerial swimming pool with tennis courts on top Solarium and indoor jogging track Put a "tacking sign" Cala UMKCD on it to announce current events, time and temperature. lob opening, etc. Fill with water and stock with fishes Give it to Ted Kennedy so he doesn't go ott the edge ot any more bridges. Make a toll underpass, charge Sl0.00, and abolish the KMSQ give to persons promising not to practice in Kansas. Classroom tor Epidemiology lectures. Use as a guest house tor visiting pathology lecturers Fill it up with formalin and use as a Pathology Museum Save it, and in 5 years open it up as a clinic tor graduating KMS students with nowhere to practice. Have a concession stand and sell tickets to people wishing to sit up there and watch those in wheelchairs, who, of course, can't use it, dodge trattic on 39th Street. Limbo stick tor pituitary giants Test gravitational theory by dropping 2 administrators ot ditterent -weights ott the top at the same time and see it they hit simultaneously. Put the library in the walkway so we can use the rest ot the building as a gym. "lt really doesn't need a use, since we can make those poor, dumb med students pay tor it anyway." Send it to the Wichita branch Hook up wheelchair grasp bars underneath it to make it usetul lt should prove to be very usetul as gallows during the coming student revolution Wiva La Francel Convert it to a new Chancellor's residence A Glass Dungeon: Shackle the Gunners: lmprison the BCHM department This might be a good spot for that Cottee Shop someone was asking about Target urination Ccars as targetsl contests can be fun Could have a party up there Good place tor making love Fill it with used cotton balls, 4 X 4's, etc., from Bell Memorial Turn it into a nursing classroom Put in a pitching machine and turn it into a batting cage Put in a dozen more computer terminals Sell it and give us a rebate on our SlO0.00 Look at histo slides there Name it the Archie Dykes Memorial Shaft To jump trom prior to Microbiology tests To jump trom atter Microbiology tests Use it as the dressing room tor the nursing students Keep it, the city inspectors need something to inspect on their way to Waid's Shooting gallery An M-X dense pac launch site Move Dr. Dunn's ottice to the bridge so everyone can see how much work he does Let Dr. Waxman live there after he retires and gets kicked out ot the tree Chancellor's house . . . Don't charge him rent, either. Fill it with water, punch several million holes in the bottom and turn 39th Street into a car wash Use it to store nuclear waste New Surgery auditorium l suggest that the latest in video games line the bridge, and make it into an arcade Point it east, make it about two blocks longer, and hook it onto the "l" building, then someone would use US "V ha the ch to USQ QQ ini 4 i lok bu l l rel An l L Yer atti C ani dri Me C Lir 1 Crt l it I-Iang swings down from it Place it outside of the llth floor at the VA with sign 'Stairway to I-Ieaven" Qpen the roof up to sunbathers I suggest we lease it for an adult bookstore Get Christo to wrap it in cheesecloth - call it HWrapped Bridge" and charge admission to see it Graffiti Make it a bar Ca private club for Med studentsl with happy hour 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. daily Allow Kansas City's Ladies of the Evening to show their wares on cold winter nights - charging a service charge to help pay for the Library Move it to Dr. Waxman's backyard Fill it with polyurethane Monument to State Administrators Med Student housing HIust send S1995 for your very own 30 ton umbrella to Ginsu Umbrella Co., or call collect today. .... " Sell it to the man who bought the London Bridge and use the profits to finish paying for the Library Restaurant with scenic Rainbow Blvd. view Therapy center for the physically handicapped Clt has good access!! Unicycle parking Use it for stress EGGHS Threaten to blow it up if our government does not initiate a nuclear freeze Cafa Washington Monumentl Install elevators Install elevator operators Use it as replacement for ASB bridge Sell it to the Hyatt Regency so they can 'refurbish their lobby - then hold Friday Tea Dances and invite KC. building inspectors only Run water under it, then you would need it Rename as the David Waxman Memorial Rain Shelter Relieve 2 Biochemistry faculty members of their jobs, relieve 2 path Profs, fire I Microbiologist, get rid of 2 Anatomy professors Cand hire back I good onel, remove l unnecessary administrator of his jobg net savings l year - 25,000 X F eguals Sl7S,000fyearg in 3 years attach the bridge to both buildings Convert steps into mini ski slopes - call Wichita State and ask for complete details on 'lshocker Mountain" Threaten to throw gerenades from the top on cars, driving under it who's drivers don't donate to the Medical School of our choice Qpen a deli inside it Turn it into a resarch lab - The University Cf Kansas Linear Particle Accelerator A morning breakfast bar service coffee, juice and Croissants Blow it up Drone-Thru Q Hey there, Dr. College Professor! Tired of those medical students falling asleep during your lecture. Walazcek Pharmaceuticals is pleased to announce a new product designed specifically with medical students in mind. DRONE- THRU is the anti-sedation medication of choice for helping those students maintain conciousness during your stimulating lecture. Clinical trials repeatedly attest to the value of DRONE - THRU in preventing glazed over eyes and foggy brains. ln a recent clinical trial at the University of Kansas Medical School, the benefits of DRCNE - THRU WERE BORNE OUT TO A REMARKABLE DEGREE. Of 50 students in the experimental group, pre-medication tests demonstrated lack of awareness of the day of the week, the name of the instructor and the topic of the lecture in 42.3 percent of the subjects. Post medication tests showed improvement in 24.6 percent of the subjects in recollection of the lecture topic, although a significant number of the sophomore medical student subjects developed the hallucination that every other lecture was about Kuru'. Only scattered improvement was noted in the other two areas measured Cday of Week and name of instructorj. The control group remained as confused and bitchy as ever. 'Examination of the notes shows that in fact Kuru wasn't covered nearly so often Conly every 4th lecturej. lngredients: Caffeine, Thyroid hormone, Amphetamines, Ritalin, Placebo Administration: l tablet daily either orally or rectallyg rectal administration is recommended because medical students are used to this anyway. BEFORE AFTER ' ' f ff fy. ,f T !ff0 f , f f J Contraindications: Balkan neophropathy, Kuru, Syphillis, Status Thymolymphaticus, Mink encephalopathy, Slow Weder disease CSWDD Pictured above are the before and after pictures of a medical student who showed improvement with DRCNE-THRU. 22 f Ar 1 A Q All 41 'A 1 zcek PNE- your and ERE tests 42.3 t the ation Cddy ents Slow lRU. Any Prof this happy is up to something Alfred Hitchcok Hitchcock or Dr. Robinson? Faculty At Their Best Look what happens when l pull her strin Q. Are you from the layhpwker MD? Above: Dr. Waxman Lett: Dr. Tilzer Some people have it people don't When you've won a Noloel, you can be smug. and some Dr. Nelson, hanqinq out with Dr. Nel son Zh Anatomy 4 1 i Last week at the Speedway there were these two cars that went . . Being a TA does have its advantages Remember, through the heart! Dr. Mohn lecturing before a packed house Dr. Hung helping a student W. . 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C.K.ll Z , Q ff, 1 s My Xff! 6 X Dr. Thompson lries lo repair a turtle. Dr. Russell T, Dowell 4 . . A man who lllies Clogs carfl be all bad Pahl Cheney, PHD. Physzoloqy H1story Of M9d1C1n9 And C11n1C81 Process A quick consult with a colleague "Robert Hudson, History ot Medicine" x'Dr, Gracie Holmes volteys questions" d 'v V ff f, , Q' fm-V , . wg Ml V, Ni f 4 Z 3 f 9 f I Q if Rose wi aqreed LC. 1 Hit yoio Drs. Mcirimriq arid Hudson, ei cou ple ot :good old boys" 'Gil amd Mike practice their H CSI Ps" f, Pfsf, 5 WEE "Dr Martinez disects a caclaver tank" Rose was unavailable for a picture but a talented Qncl year student agreed to render an artists conception of Rose at work. lv Y" ac' 2052, E Ulf you can out smart your lawyer, you have the wrong lawyer." 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I-lETTlNGER GQES TO l Alla, LOSE 3 POINTS Dr. Arnelunxen recalls dissertation topic, go back 20 years. " THE GAME h XKYFYYSJX xisinlfg ,Qq DR EGR P31 - L Xl-f' ,B-Q-'EU LEW O L0 53 3 MICQA ' YLWS v X X ll E X STU ERE O r Yi, rf 1 V E 1 Dr. lenson changes test questions, lose all points. Dr. Werder Hlectures" , sleep through one turn. M :G , " - ,i ' .V .-, :1-,r-,.. w. - Q- -.-vs-1---'---A f-:- , - , - . ' - - - , A - -. fr'--'-'-1-'i-'ff-'Q'-Y .r."':'-5-lf:'1.1l1f1':-1 -w Q1-.-1:1:.:'5'15:'ff-'ff'-rriffff':-' 1'-1 .s - A - . - ,A is 'if -' -A '1 V1 ,Z .4-44,44-4-QYHGI' H -' '?'f!-+!f-f-vm ,-.f, ,-:, fy, 7.-111-gg-r T'5Y!!'fY?T?'5',','FY,-'151 E, V ' ' -. L, You rescue Dr. Goldberg from mike cord, gain 2 points. f,f "Z CF MICRCY' Q ' QKWYJ la er ugh Q02 gl 13316 it You don't report Het- tinqer's questions, have a quilt trip tor 4 turns. Clean catch a clydes- dale then practice handwashing. You skip Dr. Parmely's lecture, no loss ot turn. 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X f if I V - 1 ' 5' f off the day's catch, lohn Kepes back from Taiwan, PQ1' i5 5 ' IJ C it 1' , 41 fyff, 1 Q so ,X M, , a t fl ff N 651' U 6f L7 I, AX la- LCM 'fgf sf 5 J f :E lx V gf :E o U U Q f f i i lf V A .M M, , X Q ml FQ Rk,,1' 1 ' ,ig --X P tl' f 4'l R 5 X 5 Ep1dem1o1ogy This is Dr. Bakers secretary, Michelle. Dr. Baker says she likes to meet medical students. To meet Michelle, call extension 2772. 712' Q, ssi. Dr. Larry Baker Dr. Thomas Chin .,,X, so Dr. Norge le-rome, "Ch boy, you guys gonna really Hunk dees test." 34' A typical class day in Epidemiology fn! w - N - Cs- fs ff , 4 A V in 3,11 7, , f 5,14 A P f, X W , af f Y ay Wyman UI Dr. S lrf um f Q 1 M. ly, Qs 12 45 ! 2 2 1 2 ll F iz iff . i 3 lk ,eta Z Jn 1 4- f il f W, i is I7- l X X N 'ww A 3 meet f WW,7f'Q, y gl gy f of f ,W,1,,nf',,, 4 if V, , ,Q XM f J H , Q W f , wg QA l it A ' J A y, 17 X f X ff Dr. Walazek would kill tor a cheap cigar Dr. Shellenberger - picking up newest trom Columbia , M , ,h'bWww.,fWiff2b,W.Wwf W package " Z Q 'WJ if NU - " ' ,,,,,,ff,,4, -f' fi -- Af- f -ff 1' -- W ,f Y ,--6, ,f , 1, w 72, ' ' ff ,W ,y - .'z,Iwl'ii 49 " ,i f - W W w ffff-W 'f .af ,yqjf yggy ,N , W M W Wg , if mg w f ff A i 2' f If " 0wfmw f2ftf 'W , wf P- WWW WW ,L , y.p,,,.,Q, ,mf , y, ,, ,wywf ,WWW , W "' 76 Zi 74 . wi f , ff 7: ,, ff 611,31 ,wwf , NW A f , Z xi -' fi , ' ef fiyffgww ,,?,,Q,ff WNW V ' Wifi' 1? flfffwf' Q 5 ff ff i f , fm "1 ,l 114- 421W fifgil' ff rf " ' 'f ' 0 A' x9 1 V W ' ww! f 7' 22: Vi 0' j I f ,2,,,,,Q . 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Dr Mariann Butterfield and Dr. loel Mangold react to a male chauvin- X x K X X X Xt X X x X, ,, t ' X if X ist remark. Dr. Hugh Mathewson on Anesthesiology g S 't-. .M ,N A KX 'mqivwi styles during surgery. Dr. David l-lacker consults with Dr. Steven Tcscne cn standard hair- W I fi 'I H 6. K WL sg X x Q .....,,--W-W U2 0 lOY1S- William E. Rinck, M.D. and Alison M. Lynch, M.D. VR. Kirubakaran, MD, M 4 V, 7 V J Tw! 21 i f EWG ird hair- '--'1-LlI, f' . Psychiatry Grand Rounds ,f ff! y 5 l 'fl 'WMZI' , ff - 5 Yr 3 ' lohn l-l. Wisner, M.D. and lan L. Campbell, M.D. Cleltl Demmie Mayfield, M.D., and Cherilyn M. DeScuze, MD. Criqhtl Barry l. Liskow, M.D. and Michael G. Smith, M.D. The VA ...... Not Just A Job It's An Adventure 37 "4"'!'?'.5"'?""'!"', gif., ' . , - -. I . 1 i'3.",Qz74541"f I - '-" is - 4- . - . ""3"1 '-3 -f.-- df ' 'D-'a.f.!Efl it- , ' A. A , . .,1 4- , N 12 P -f' 4' 5 '11 -vs 4- .fs-14-r, ,, Dfw., -f .. 4. -.Q--fs fav ' 3' A , if s- ,yy ,,il.i JL 'k..!j' Ri """""'W- www--M.w,,. ffff ' I 9 I I I . 1 I I I I ,I y Ii Ig IE IS le I Ii II If I I I I. II I: I I I I I I . I I I 1 Z Charles Bracken, M.D. Neurosurgery lames D. Cook, M.D. Medicinefl-lemaiology " N3 IT if 53 4 f ,X at I f Dewey Ziegler, M.D. Chairman, Neurology Robert Beach, M.D. Neurology I 38 Donald W. Goodwin, MD. Chairman, Psychiatry Steven Cf. Chrysanl, MD, PhD. Medicine, VA iw A platvi lcl.oa A . ". 5 f I E-if Xi W A L f Mlmsu-an-fiiiriravi-ffsnnfr-ssffsie-r+4 ak-'ri wi lirdlf-1611-:Sm A L-1 N-A-1:1-4-:sew-' 1 , . , - Q 4 . , - , - . - -, .. ,, - .. ... . ..,.-,..,- - -, 4 v - -. 1 Q ' 4' -i.'vi---I-J 1.--1 .53 - - --5 , , M " -- ,, C H , ,,. 4,c,..,.. '- V y . - . . . I . - I . . . .' . ', . . 1 ,4',':2 ,lx gif!! Q. .i ,!v!'!-..,, ,I A QF, 5:1 LI- ,... .'T ', irq- .-ll .-IL:-g1:1-liLg-nf-L.-3-1-179:-Lv-LTLIJQ1-Ig:lg-:ii-Q-vfg. 1 .4-,4179i3,.1r.,.,-.,-,.E,,',, -..Lil , 'L.: 13, , 5 ., I I I - i I, f' ' ' - -'-.""- .'?'.:f'?Q.r1' I , D. ... 'I . .L ,. , .lb ' J . 2 -' -, o C Q g.- .. . -., , , 1 - 5 1-,,...:,-1.-.,..4.'E-'E,.jE.1-',,,---: ..-' ... -.z??! "3'?'1"5'30i'r' 0 .S .' ,I :mmf-'S S 9 ? ri , L 'ea 'ry-if -L wry., C! v' fl y , J 4 E WW , ZW f f , 751 fff ,Q ff W ff WM6 WM, 4 X! R. Neil Schimke, M.D. l Howard FOX, MID- MGdiCiT19, Pediatrics Pediatrics, Neonaial!lCU l ff David Pugh, M.D. , Medicine W ff! W v ff ---- 'rw ,549 , Fred F. Holmes, M.D Medicine David Robinson, MD. Plastic Surqery fy' 1 n if Laura Zieqer is really the Dean. S l i f i E ig X F55 9" 'if J I W ' Dr. Mohamed Medhat, MD. Assistant Professor Rehabilitation Medicine r. Robert Bolinqer, lnternal Medicine 'S NR Easliwer Reddy, MD. S 1 52 v tation 5: I 3 i W f f , f Q Q mf X f f f W X y , WM 1,5 X qwwf f UQKWYQ W5-QM Ted Lawwill, Chairman Qpthalmoloqy Cf ,g ,,.. . Af m.. f agar Ki Eg fl! ff ,. Q 'QM f' 4 if L' Q y f' ,.-7 a ff' wwf ,, 54 ,y 2, it 2 Q Z " 'f Daniel Yakar, Radiation Therapy M M he I Q my , my r t ' - .- W 3 www W x X . 'v X wwf f , W fm! W, f. 4 F k . X A ran W. Masters, MC. Surgery H 4 r " K - Q: . M27 .f . V, 5 Q , 1 x , K . 'WZ if iw f --- xr LNM X tv x x 9g,,,,p , nj f XQS -1. x.-X f 3 W- , ,N I . , Q ft X wwwwffwwlwgmzggmwfx V z . 5 ,ff - V4 Www. ' , vi !t?,i??f? ww 5 'mme R Y: wisp ,g-bm, , f' 1' if 1 2 - x 1 1 Q 1 2 1 1 pw bW" Wwwmf ff WW MZ , W W . ,ig . ,Q Susie Oberlanfler really runs Path. X GV. Hartman, Radiation Therapy ' Fmmzwfmw-. Kermit Krantz, QB-GYN M9 'IQ Barbara Liikere, MD. t t 1 t 7 V X ,f .f ' 1 ,K , yi f' ff, J M A 32 I I Z 7 ' ,, f 1 f Q f W W .. . I 1ly Practlce 5 t a K ! i 1 W. Susan Pmqletonl MD' Medicine tack D. alker, M.D. Professor Dept. ot Fam- Look what happens when I pun the Strmq MW loseph L. Kyner, M.D. Department ot Medicine Leonie Pallikkath I-Xyll School ot Nursmq V ' xi-. t X','N X X .V we N, - + X X X X L 4 QNQXQ X X VX ,X X X5 X M is X N Q X XX X 'X Q Xb X X X X K QXXX AQ X .X PS X Q X YQ X X X X . .. M SX X X . X 4, - X 14- Wim t Q .. f M X XX A X tX. Q 24 S X XM X X X W X XX X X X X N X X X Egg Q3 X X gX X X Q X X QNX .gg XA .. ,A . :X Q V ,rj Q Xa f f 'f MX X3 I ,V -,XX X X W' XX X X X XEX XAX X X X N N X X X v X XX Q M ' X X X XX X X. JAX Michael Bettie, M.D. Peds 42 , ia , xdff X f J 1 KL X .-f WM! fhf .X f ?! V ff? 7 X v Awww fi, ,, ,,,, W ,W .. ,, iv ff. W ,f ,X f f' f f 2, r -'j"'.g,::1Q,,:ep " AX! g , " -U W4 M 'f f .. , H f 4 X 0,51 7 Wim 4' W7 ff. W , U ' 5 , 5 7' ,ff fz .. rw M . Q ' If f ' 'E 1 f .- Q ,ffffcfff N 722 ' 4 Wfi iff! 'Z f f..4f'f, - f f i sl iff 25 . if 4 Q, , M4 , www 1 f f f fi ,W 4 ff, if Jai yglvndm Z' 'fi 4 ,923 ' v . f ff 2, SX f f , wg , f Q I fwfr' W affirm V4 . flff, rf fy U , ' 5 Z fm! 7 V ' A f .X J.. ,, W. V 7-T, f fb , 4 QW! Vw' QWWUQ, Z' wzwfifff 2 231 ff 1, 5 ,, - fnmf' .f ji 1 . -' fc, I W, 5 , , , 4 1 f . A Tom Brxleer, MD. Surgery 7 , 14 1 W 1" 'z ' ' 5x 90 ,rw dx W A f rf A X W I' 3 L X ,, , X ,M X MW Carl Mansfleld, Chdirrrldn Rddldt1OIl Therapy " A S 'N ,L TV! 'Yi sf ff 4. Axwr ik - S A I S- f MSX! rx Af X X ' .- r ,. .. ' QA' AQ , ,vu Z Q X X 5ffQw,5SyX5e A x - f Xfww Ig Q5 XS? f.. X X fvzfgzs 511 'X , J X 4 fkifxxz, W x Jr . be ,X Q .. X M- my W , , f mg-fam 5 4 W , f ,f Af .X X- f' - ' V K f f ' 7 L f f .rkavfzfivwif ' zjf,ffWi.2f, 'K' 1 , Z L X4 1 ' J J W , ,,, 'W13'fJ'f":':' A fff ' 'Q ',X-i, ' ' 9 fi -5 ,lf ,, Q X 5 A W,-,,,,fg, , ,, fi 5, Nwrmfm Mdrim, 11.11 Pfrnlnwi-Q V, V - ff " " ' A ...uin' " S-'af ' :p q " 1 , l1?:1d:LP1i7m9garngrpw -rain. ' ' .. ,. . -L , .. . . , . ' - ' -I -,,.,..v--..1.. :..5agf1-Asif'-:t-tf11n'i"!11i' -w-El:-rf.-7.17.14 Q: ST. 'ft i."..:T,:2..",I..it-f51"'.2"'- .' f' ' g- Wichita Faculty p , f 11.5 .1 :Q William Reels, MD. Dean, School ot Medicine at Wichita Patholo George Forka, M.D. Chairman, Dept. ot Surgery Stephen P. Amos, PhD. Community Medicine Leo P. Cawley, MD. Frederic Chang, MD. EP- Donetellel MUD- QV Chairman, Family and Community Medicine is e I h,k L, N -jzyf' W fir- 4 ' ff M X ZW! ?!f . A ' R N 1 'N Q ',,',,','.,,, 21' -'- "-V' -zu. .,...Y-,,..,,f, ,-1..,-.c. ..,.,., lc, ,,,, ,.,,,. ,Q h f - Y 1 f -'Z' -. . . . H' . .fi ' f.1..J"' 5 fl - JI. it l."':':':1.'7!!,'l'l'jP1 11- ' "I e-5-5 :-:- 1-r 11--,-9-9-4-ef-Q -Q 'gf . 'f--: 1 J -, V . , V. . . 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W i f - .' :' . ,f .- ff' 5 :',W,,w,-..W...,--.--a +I-f-5513-wrfa-:-Av--g"g'f?3!"T ..-,,-Q.,-vi, we-tgflffe-'rig-L,-, ? ...Mr -,- f,- V -f f fx, W-, A ' N: ,-.2--W - .' ' ' -' -'ivdfl ulagtd' 'H " ' u F! ': T'r.iTfY'-3 fg.-23'-?5:f5""'N".f'fL.T' iAT""- Y ' 'Q' -- YP' ' A '-"""" , . , N .. ..-. . - ,K ,, "J, -..,'- M435-.. -m,,,,- :YK ,,,4,,.V---- fd- ,-' Q . X, ,on-,,Y ,fA , W , mn, W, ' Robert Manninq, M.D. Nell E- Roach' MD' lnternal Medicine A Daniel K. Roberts, M.D., Pl'1D. psychiatry Cbstetrics-Gyn Q d V L M D Anne D. Walling, MD. Peecjlgricsdn eeuwen DOUQMS W Vblh M D Community Medicine il D, Hurgli W12lDer', M.D. Dept. ral Medieine p ' L If-'I " '1 5 ' 1 FF!-5'.5 1-F! -E-P "Fi 'F5!5U5'.9.:i'v:r'3-E" :ia:"5g-.:Gm2v:fTvx.,:2-1 n.L-m vm 1-an 1 .raLeL':.3." ' ' 4,4 4 4,1 'ZF E 2 5 2 2 ! 2 WW? ,f fe my ,Y , ,LV W fx ,, ,- ,, ,f HW ." ,' ' I i ' 1 'va A 1 I Q -s-o -q-1 1-y-r. .,v,.,....- W. , ,. . - . . V. .. ' '- .". '.',', , , Lf,',l,' 1,51-0 n v A s o x 0 1-wr-m c---- -in--Q-in4-'Q-n--1+-nf-,.f'..,' .4"'-..,..'.,:,L.,',..,. ,. ......,.- .,,.,.,, .-,:i.- :.,- J.. ,, V , . , , . . .4 .,.5.5.V.-V.:-f-g.gai,g,g41,g-hy, ,LIE-.2 I I. V, v 7 - . T 5 7' :gr-,. .ve W.-.,..j....,! -.,., -,,,,,, 0.35. 1lJ1i!,1i,l,gL.,, wiirgt, ,.,s,g,aU:1i,,:!L1..' ,E nr . , I- -, ' " f -'e f 1 1'-rf'-fu -W --2 L A- -Y-an :'---,-,.'r:,..,,-,,.1- ,.s-f- -:-:.-,.,:'..f:.,.i nf?-v-4' '- " 5 Pi -,-?- -19 gi-H ' :....'. .- 4a . s Qu University O Kansas School Of Medicine Wichita l l No lon you can't stick patients with needles today. - lon Farley, Walt Schimon - class ot Sandra Mohr, class ot l983 "Next Victim Please" Picturedi First row: Stephanie HI-Xny Day Now" Littrell, Stan "The Man" Hateschl. Second row: Craig ul hate surgery" Parman, Phil ul might be a surgeon" lames, Dennis 'iHacker" l-laack, Marc mls this a typical Day?" Felts, Geoffrey ul want to be an ortaopod" Blatt. Third row: Craig i'Broken Needle" Concannon, Ten "Theo-Dur" Wil- liams, Curtis "Gimme a Break" Pickert, Morris "The Champ" Hund, Rich 'lLet me at 'Emu Lutz, lason HBirthday Boy" Trego. Not pic- tured - Michael "The Cameraman" Skoch. 48 1984 W! f 4 W V! 1 C fff if W Q fff 257 7 W! 1- 'Aff ff M1 , if f,, ' , f 1 X f ,W ? A x eedles ass ot ff f X, 1,4 2 H ff fmw ft fn 7 ff ,fx gf wx? Cf 4 : ,--' ' iw If -A"' ' ., f.f' .z ,.f. 11,4 65 . -7 -X' t Q' X w ff f' ,ff X-y x ' f' 1 i ff' -Y ., ., , M ,fc , VA- ,mffga I WK V,.--ffmff, V - mf 4- I Q K 472 f - Z A x" ' f,.. ff ,:,l,4,, fp , ,gg , 212.4 vf A fy A .!,,,, .f af V. 4, ff A Stan The Man l-latesohl hard at work class ot l984 25 E fl, .f Q N ' Curtis Pickett - class ot l984 - Taking Lomatil betore Crals!!! E. P. Donatelle, M. D., Chairman, Des partment ot Family Sz Community Medicine, University ot Kansas School ot Medicine - Wichita Paul loseph laster, medical student, UKSM - Wichita l983. tPaul laster was awarded the Sandoz award tor excellence as a medical student in Family and Community Medicine! lerry l-leriqon, Associate, Medical Li- aison, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals S HAS soon as this is over, let's all meet at Chi- Who said there's no more l'Moonshine" in Kansas? Chi's." The Medical students work bench. Stay Back, or l'll make the rest ot him disappear." Hemogfo 'ff w.fQ,Q,f 042. X iraq? , ag M? ,AQ ww 9, 'lNow loend over and bite this bul- let, sir. This will only hurt tor a minute." Sandra never could pass up some tree nitrous. i mf I 1 f ' Q: ,ww- The azard Video Learning 'X N x X2 3,1 -W 5 , , 'W ,K Ax Wm x wr Wig i 1 f, A W: W JV .X K Wu' ,N JV, QIIQ.. 40" wwf sqm if X if MS x 4. Q HN' Y X xx S A X x QR' 5 Q Xrg , is E -uf .sf V, ,,,mv+ S S250 1 Q E X X wx Q , xp Q my ,uwavirf X Nil-Q funn, it vii.. :wx f If if 1 Q4 it f ts .W Mi Agfa f ' f U IV , fx X XXXNX xx .XX my xx sw f f. , 4, f f www' x Q, N xv x X xx J 1 I f P7 , f 3' wk ,,V,,,,, n 'fre MA fig X22 'ffff zff f f 7' m,gz2i!g 4 ,.,,,f,5,hQ,W3w - ,1 y,,f,w,' yin," X f ,f,,f:.f:w'e,Lg41,f,, f 4 ,W-fy my. mmf ', f- f 1,3 in w:,',:,1, ff "Q, , Uleih if M , , , ,gjnmzgf A4 - f ., 6 1444-'i ' f'-fm tiigzfygilia ' ia. ' 34 g , W f fgfw 42. f view- MQ, ":6w-fy ef we' 2-aff u 'f '4-'H 'W'-A.1",6 34'fF..ff' -fy, !.g7,, Qfpzfm., , ff z:.1.fywyf 74, .M-7,-,Qff my mQ.f.Q,2 .Q 'vc f:wcm,'-w wh .- vm Xfy, My gffrvfwi. 'sfo ,W f ffff .,,p,,.wf,,.w.,fm.mn., ,,4,.. 24 Gjc:Gur,!,fg24Q.-2,-fr:'LXEQQQR '- f fir: -,:z.,q35 1 , ,7 ,.,,.. ,.-My '?'Y5Z,ffl x f 4 X S-S6 X M ,X 4, 1 do I i i Terri Neuteld, VR, Ram Richardson, Sec-Treas. 1983 - Med Mates l Terri Neufeld holds Battle Riddle just tor practice. Tim Neufeld dlSO needs the PFGCUCG- i Clockwise trom l2:GO - Roxy Van Gallera, Pam Rich- Dan and Debbi Weed with Liliana Nazario and some messes in the making. , ardson, Debbie Fowler, Kathy Bures, Terri Neufeld. i Right: Rru Brito, Far , 1 Right: Mr. and Mrs. Tony l Carro. D l992 e Roxy Van Galle-ra, President, Lauren Gelbach, VP, 'llerri Neuteld, Rres., Deborah Sellers, VR, lodi Hayes, VP, Kathy Bures, Sec-Treas. 4 I i I 2 R l nakinq. Student Note Serviee Mary Student Union Corporation l do all my shopping at the Student Union. Board of Directors Chris Corton, RresidentfCrrad Student Gary Doolittle, Vice President Mark Boling, Secretary Appointees Billy lo Burqe Dr. M. Chiga Dr. Stanley Nelson Rosetta Roloins, RhD Steve Ruddiolc Anita Wingate Al. Yarmat Rh.D. Student Membership Kim Brydon Richard Butin Lou Cantilena Diana De Forest Dawn Haase Charles Kelly Craig Lapin Sara McKenzie Sandra Moliittrick Linda Reqer Beth Schindler Bert Simpson Cathy Taylor M.S.A. ff, 5? ygw' ff . f 2 ff Q 4 A in J 1 if , W Z Q 4 f f f f f 1 Class E83 Lee Arensberq Richard E. Butin Ken Cook Pam McCroskey Cathy Taylor Class E84 Kathlene Arnold Christine Depenthal Craig Lapin Lil Alderman David Scharnhorst Britt Thedinqer loy Welsh 56 Class E85 Renee Belieu Anne Coulson lohn Harnrick lohn Hawkins Samuel Ho Monte Liebertarb David Hayes Kathy Gromer Steve Rousey Bert Simpson Class E86 lanet Ahnemann Russel Carty Diana DeForest lohn Delonq Diane Harper Martin Hines Kevin Passer Dawn Zimmer ff' ii, AMSA Ctticers were Tim lohans, President, lohn Bernard, Vice President, Maureen Sheehan, Secretary, and Robert Sperry, Treasurer. AMSA organized and sponsored CPR classes tor the students and their spouses at the Medical Center. QM -, W 'ix vu . Anv ..i,, uw Wm 4 'f W 1 Z AMWA Child Abuse Seminar W, . WW, - ,1 V W, f ZWQZKW4 4. ,, Q, 5' Q MZ W 1 0 WWZWW 4 Z , I , Q ' , ,yr W , W, f 'V I, Us 'WW M 'Q -mf W. I 974 'fn , X023 1. I 2 f 4, 07 Www, f' M , ff V ww 'Mx W, , " f Wm' ' W I ,M 4 am M X' , ,W Mlfywffl W " ,,,r....WM,..r . , r rf r fm 6 M , fy M ator K Ioan Budd AMWA Coordinator Cnot pioturedb, Marina Torbe, Coordin- ,lf ei N51 3,2 2325225 ESR sifmk? N24 , ff 4, lv fa 'iv 'K 44,4 lf!! as , i W WA way ' , Wffgm fm mm, f fp X' ff at ,Wifi " Z fn if i Z Dosey-do with toe. x hristian Medical Society L to R: Scott Strtrtqtie-ld, Iulie Bevan, toe Lemaster, Rick Butin. K L to Ry Uefmse Ptlilllps, Scfcntt Strtittqiiwlft, UNII1 Reflves, Cabot Swewny, Imtitw Howe, Ninn 'y W+ ww att, V383 cutti- cgers A Wayne Drevets emft Svwtt fStr'111tgt1wltt. Lute And Lyre Members Robin loan Budd Clifford lohnson Gletzbach Mike Stiles Teresa lohnson Vickie Steve Sperling Dave Cameron Verlinden Marina Torbey Dan Tibbets Amy Tarnower lenny Rene Brlieu Beth Rundguist Stubblefield Becky Crane loel Stiler' Rex Keith Rai Sadasivan Steve Rousey Sheila Walaszek lanice Longholtz Al Ross Kathy Welch Matt lohnson Stephen Wolf lim Salmon Lute and Lyre is an organization with a long history at the U. of K. School of Medicine. lts primary goals are, ill The drinking of beer, C25 The singing of bawdy songs, and C3.D repeat the first two until overly satiet- ed. Past yearbooks trace its history back as far as the l94O's. Many of its members are now in distinguished positions at the U. of K. Although the organization disappeared briefly, it was refounded here at K.U. with the hope of continuing its fine tradition. ln honor of the refounding of Lute and Lyre, Dr. Marvin Dunn, past member and also Dean of the Medical School, has been chosen honorary consultant. Congratula- tions, Dr. Dunn. fi if f 1 fm ff Z9 fd, f fffj X' 5 4 if ff. ,, f is ld , W iii Members listen intently to one more verse of 'lRoll her Dyer." yyyy gg rr l X If - , if f J QE '14 E l Yi Teresa lohnson singing at a Lute and Lyre meeting while Dan Tibbetts awaits his turn. Frisbee playing at a Lute and Lyre meeting is an important club func- tion. right Dr Marvin Dunn honorary T ' consultant far right Allright everybody sing along -N K? 7 i M 1 Dverf' IWW6 ,, , ff f QQW '11 ,.M. le Dan -Q, Q Alpha mega Alpha Seniors W iuniors Alpha Omega Alpha .... .... ................. Pr e sented by Jennifer L. Barker . . .to those medical students who give promise of professional leadership. The AOA Honor Society aims are promotion of scholarship and research in medical school, encouragement of high standards of character and conduct, and recognition of high attainment in medical science, medical practice or related fields. Members of AOA each year elect new members as well as granting honorary memberships to those gaining recognition in fields related to medicine. James D. Anderson Henry F. Arst 'Mark S. Austenfeld 'Ravi K. Bajaj 'Jennifer L. Barker 'Michael S. Bolt 'Joel T. Bruggen Richard R. Caffrey Mary A. McCoy Chernoff John P. Devine Dan L. Gehlbach Joel R. Hutchins Ronald D. lrsik Elizabeth A. Jones Michael P. Jones Anne Hirleman Kettler Stephanie L. Sachen Lawhorn Aileen C. McCarthy Gary S. McKee E1aine,M. Mader Bradley W. Marples Jean M. Pintar David S. Richman 'Peter E. Schloesser Stephen J. Schuman 'Lynn K. Sheets 'Lora J. Shehi Joseph N. Simone Susan L. Spangler William M. Stevens Ann E.. Warner Richard G. Wendt Faculty Member Nabih l. Abdou, M.D.,Ph.D. Faculty Councillor Herbert B. Lindsley, M.D. Alumni Members Carl C. Gunter, M.D. William R. LeVine, M.D. 'Elected as Juniors M' X f ff ff wx Q f E! ' Y .1 .1 A N, 4.,-A .. . - .. .x,..-- ,-. ,...,. ..,..,,..,:A.TL.:-3,-fx-rg.-1.-f-11552:-n-1.:5f1:.-my-Im-L-w-vw: . L - 1 , Z - 3 Y f YA ,. ,f ,xv f Wd. 9 X X 7 , vw Q X if A 5 M f. f 1 ff . X f I wi , J, .Nl ,A f'3 44 X ff f 1 f' W r 'ff f s , 0 V 7 I ' M , , ffff fQ,Wfff'ff, ,W "f' ' f 5,10 'W W ,f ,Q ff' , fs f f, b L' .fu t V " , 7 f f 1 f 4g,,-my , XX, ' af 9 S 1 WMM ,W f W1 f X 9 0, fi if ,f I X Otticial banner for the l984 Qlympics Quick Whefe S the exit? Q Wait until they go across Rainbow. The Sl ,QOOOO earned during the Spring Fever Clympics has been given in the name ot the University to the Medical Center Auxil- iary, who have voted to give this money to the lay-Care Center . . N above below tion. as .-W0,-rv-vvyv-Div-31-qvy-v 4-p.v.-.pw . -4 .,f,,,,i ...Ng nfrmzvc ,.C:,,ig,.. gg?-3 U ta fi R 3 The Qlympics were held in the shadow of the dazzling Dykes memorial Bridge and Library. above, lnstruotions for a code brown. , ri , .Q XXX Mn sf, X ,3 as -sa 53 below, Waiting for Devine inspira- Mush! Oops! tion. , X ,sz ,, V ,Q x-.X 4 K, ,Xb , .. ,. W. ,MX 1,-5 .,.,,.s. X 5 X ' Q 4 fr 0 QQQ -y , . X .. X X W Q M Y Q , f wi Y 2 si x X Y X Y N , 1 O " , , f Q -f - X M f,, ., 15, Q V- ' K i 2 ' ' i fi A fs " 'I sr ' 1 4 fy ge , M3 Zgb , f2E::gs, . yr 4 VV Q45 5, 50 V 5... ' A K' 1' ,, wwf-W A v '22 sfiff-'NW W X ,, W All - f , or 4-uma2'lW'e LX -X ,J as . W '4 X I, . - I i Missed ii by that much. TOO 1T1UCl1 lemon U . P -.- -f-- - ----- H-----.--...UQLL Y Y f Y H Y 'Y V - V ' '- .v--N zxzrzaarszxrvafz-1--uzuf'--:csc-iw. ' ' - 'if'-30" . - -- - ' w""' Y - - -- Y,-..f 1 -.:f.,. .m-,fzzfzfrgwfi 111. 1 --f- --J N-f-H'---'r,:g.1.:--12f -- P. 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Mark Anstenield , GTGQ Bf3ChmG1'1 ff 'W Wmy, '-1 AARON Bfiiaj Th0m55 Baldwin Q You're in good hands. ., ,-,,q1l'C2-2 ilirglnffis--V -- -V J V I 4 . i , r I W N A N N i , . I .3 '. If V xy ' J A E l 69 ,, 6.1 , , v .1 , 4-- vf-aw-rv-.1 Q-:1":9I'411 I 1 --'Vg 1 Q. Ylhliiffi L 'g 3-5 f 1erfe5-:-zffvesseavz-11222:afeeaaeeifaifqiaeeisgiisezaieaaaaeies'nm- at . .pa B ff ' L-.fm-f.-R.,-.f.e.,.,f, V ' -- - " '- -' '- H -- '."'.l1l'JL'I-1'.'Z".TT.".l'f-,'jf'f1' .11 1-:.4t..':.1Ef.:'.u:?:: f:'.,'T4'L3'3VfTI"' ':'-. i,".,4.1.',j,.-" ',,"3',j -1, ' -'LH 5 4- . . . and conformable 4 - Iermifer Barker Curtis Baum' . Kirkman Baxter It would be nice to have something to do. . Rick Beck fondthan Beeler v Iames Beeler B GB-GYN on call. Lett to right, Roger Bise, Darla Bryant, Emmett ' Eby, and Iune Meinkoth gf ? 'X X53 X54 Z JK VM 45 ' f bw X Q ,X ,V 4 .e x . Q N ZX X , N26 HN, iv 1 ff ' fy X X wxlx X K X XX X? 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W0 X f Z ,4-1-71, ' 7291229 9444 7 f fm WM ii 9 ., ' s ' 1 v , ..9 1 fl Kaiba .,,, 5, 74 f , QW Warn, --MFA , " ' , ' , Y, W, , Y , - as they presse Sharon Cain vviuiam Carlile e U Whai does thi- do? CSteve Kimuraj V J MGFY AUD Cheflwff Peter Cristiano Barbara Coats , Mg, 7 'Z gy -'Z , C we L? R9- 2 f-7 -sf H I . -ra, , '- - ' ,C , , . ,,.,,- .WV . - -...-... - ' - A ' ' uauuu1nivn -I .71 1-515-sim ,,,.,,,....,..-.. ...,.,.,,,.,,-, ,., ..-1, - ' ,--- - - A - - A-an-'M' ' -' "' ",,.W.' . - -...-.4,.-, in-, . 15.3. . - - '--'f-' ' ' v K Merrill Conant 1 Kevin Coonley - Kenneth Cook Rauclle Corhnan C Mark Cofigenour C v,!- Y X ,f Kenley Sohrnidi looks forwardlio graduation and four wheels Tracy Cowles 1 Kenneth Crawlord .f X 75 4 C ,--Q..-...,-L. , 1 Hi :A f iq' 1 aa Q N5-pew,-ff-:rw-fvq ,, r . . not the true cure bf thedisease: Betty Sue Cross , Iohn Devine Curtis Dom Wayne Drevets Perc:eptorials are always fun. CLynne Kiriakas, Teresa Kinqj David Duensinq z .-. 4 4, 4 'M ' Y - as sang -YX Q X EQJXW wsq 'E is X Q X X xl SQ' X X if ,,,, . - ' - - . l V- l ' " ' " a " " " ' g i "' " f" " A "'f" ' "'f ' " 4 ' ' ugpgnyugnaen' . N. ,ua Q r ... L-. a.vi A-A-M'h,,J-uh, lynn,-, ,VL ,-,hh ,49Hf,,"fi ,xi V -- , -..-,.k......,L.s.:......iLL1.a,:.1,L::g1:::. '..'.::.:,,iz M, 1 -' Jf Emmet EbY ' I Ronald Edwards Kent Erickson Douglas A. Friesen 'Q 'HH' 'me Pufkmie free 0 . Douojlaslt Iifiesen -Laurence Gay Dan Gehlbacn ' f , fr' l ' ' 4 K, . . , -- X, Y ?,,,,..ni4at1'i.--... - nf- ,, , . ur ff K--1 ,V , I, , H -x -. , 'J' ' .Qf , ,YH Y !,, J 77 O l I no ,, fn' '. El u n 4 l I -l 1. 1 I 'n r I I II M QI 'I I I I 'PIE' I . 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I ! il Q, 4 s'-'mllfvr s 0 L -Iihfi . .'- fr 1'- x , . Y, , ,..-,.,,-.,..-.,, ,,t,,-,f,ff.-if li-g, Whfw 'av-a 1 - 'W - gr' A :,, 'L-1' 'L ,FT . 1, 5 .- .. ., ,J z.,4.,,,.,.-5 -fa --gi fr-' r.'!'f""""""T!",:'11'24:, '.,2"f':.:..':,- , 1. -1 '-- ' , ' ':1z513VL'5?'jT'.ilffFvE+,:EHf- - 3 1. r,:f::,- ffifofigs -jfeggiff aifjree- ' A 0 ' X in proceeding aaccording tofart . Chad Issinqhoff 1 JS K x i . f , iii' 1 i H Xi Sire? Q Q ,L A X, I E 3' x :E 1 V . V If rl i 1 glggifklfl M 33 l all ag in 'N , 1 X r w aa 121 aiea 1 i Dr. I-Xndersorfs Perceptonal group, May 1981 a E a ' 4 , V i . 1 ... 1. . .. 1, I 3 i 1 A ' 1 ' 1 1 5 I I ! 3 1-mnvzvuwnr-:..,...,.,.,.., D George Ierkovich . . f . ' ' William Jarvis Paul IdS1ef My Favorite Year. , .. , .,-.-Y . - --H --- ---- A---- -V-vf f, Y - T 5,-' 1 i ' ' . ,NJ . , . , . . p:i'9l . .ZXXS9 , sfffilqfilwif, , , . 'L -elf'-L-if ' -- - - aakripgzw - 3, Jw-A-f 1:5-' ::::,f+gi4Ll,,jn,gLjgk,,33'T17-'f,,1'A-Ffl-Tf-"7Q,-A." ""' " ' Ian Marie Iohnston ' Elizabeth tones lon tones Michael lones ' ' Laura Kenny a I-Xnnetliettler A IO Knatz W Gordon Lang N' tw, lf,-t'ss what are the tour- lay- Q an K 1-mot the GI tract anyway? l lust can t t A A A uf-mf-rnber what they are. ' f U , ' -1 e-.-..e.,.,.V.,.-N.. -- ' ' ""' ' ' 1 t l l t t 4 l A , Q , ... :I ll 'a Q, , , Jr' Ai 1. f . N1 A . we - I , , , -,.... ., - ,. -dm ,- W. , eww. -Y-,,-,, ,,.,- H, , ,, , .vw . --' - v ' " ' '-1' gpilii "A-'H' 'x""""iq-ESQ-"" "'T!w2u4...g' .2 ' -I , . .f 1. q ..-.-1-, L 1. -1f?m55:u?'5: ..,-.- .1'.!f9f2't!?!1'Li"gE,-.-.fijtjiflj1f:.l..'..-jg...:.'1-nt.,-413112. 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' 84 Halloween '80 A l , P lane Meinkoth . y Q Richard Maisel a Gary Sfllvic Kee ' Sheila Mc Meekin "l Beverly Meyer fil L A , f X y , fl? r . W ,M I fa, l Alban Miller l Barry Miller Stephen Mitchell , l -' Anatomy Department, Halloween 82 Y Sandra Mohr w Y s 4 .-4, A A 'Kevin Mosier - w Victor NG1'1i1GCl'1Gk Linda NiXOn 4, . :VP ' . 'ZA' . .V .,,, 14, K -'n1g , .Nl .-l'4 iii' X451 ,qs 1 4 1 . . 4 ...od 2:45 '1w X ' t as 'lil Y gh ,- -V 5 .'y .h 'ifbfl . . Qigfffk 4 A 1 n. . 5. ...rd l-Ift' no oi' ! a 4. M I I I 4 . ii u 'Vii .,, . f. 21 . . .VE "FR '5 fl L ... '.1 .' fran AW QL V. -f . , ,V 551 ,Iwi ! E E fri U fi r W r r r I 9 r is! r Ngpf, . I 2 Egg sf , 5. .- v r I -fr E 1 I 51, , , Take one of Susan Upper L Brian M. Osgood 7 fx f v 5 ,b My ,,. .M ' -' ., V some ., , W - .W . Of' W ,M-,M-,.,..w x WX 'mx Whew: Another night at the video arcade. QBetsy Kanterl ' . . 1.-. ff ff 5 1 a Kimberly Pankow Larry Pankow Douglas Parks 4 tiff 1 2.7! J. 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Reintjes, K K - Eric Reitz Katie Rhoads ! -b 'A 1 :M E , g I Y!f'Xil:,v4 . 2 I , V If 'R' 'V,V ' his I I 4-11 .. . 1Iif-'2:fvf:1":f?:-2-.4-1f:f-:E.:1a:i::':e:x:-z'-:-1-11-Jn- ' - 54 .-,.-,f A -,- a middle temper, or- it may not be R i found Tyrun Richardson David Richman Dana Richman Randall Rock i Scott Robinson A R V- f f fig W :V--.M i f-:.:q,,3':i'i"'gl" f -' K " ' 'fa91x?'7':' . N -vs be ' 5 X X 6 'Q 4 2 12 A , ,lily 8 ,!e-:g.1:J.m'ix1a3i4i.1Pi .,,..,Z ,A,,,,Y.,.4g:'2'j!'-.53' 1"!"., i.,.-'Ye l.'L'.2:,.'f"-..ig12:igr'9': ,:QE5?5f 5fEY?Y?.a.,:'Z.':':EL 'J """" ' ' K 'l li S Debra Romberqer Charles Schultz Q: ti 1 5 G. Q . I S 1 --Y . Slephen Schumann Andrew SCQH "l.am:e Reynoso-Note gunner" fe 6? QD . I S ll. Lora Shehi Steven,Simpson lames Singleton l fe -H4-A' Gunn J I a 89 , , I i wwmemewin A 1 'N u J Un l u .n ull I X I I . A' I I 92535 .fjfff 4 A., ..z :Hg 25? 5- '-,4 an 2-5 .F cg. if -sun V '5!,I ' Q U, .PW gi 35' F . If :-fri' .mis . 5 ! .H w, , , , -.9 ."' sh ," - f 1. 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Now for the qood life . . . i i Tim Voiapka The endless rounds on Dr. Parkincjs Service will certainly be missed? - Y Y 47, I Y YA' 7 1, Y' FFF?-If ,pull -l . f ivy. rf :-.--u.illlv- r I X Lewis Wall Richard .Ward Kathleen Weatherstone l W r 1 Barry Wells Richard Wendt ll-larry Wiese W l W W ed! . , 1 l , V' -1 Q, , . . . , 4 l'! ' I I I , , . W W . f David Wilt Dennis Waaaall 1a.,..hs10f pany, 1981, lTom Baldwin, ' ' ' 5 liarry Wells, and Ron lrsikl , fs fd 'L TT., - ,X I I ,L V ,1A1 x 'Q f1 gk i the best acquainted iii iYQu1' body' i as , Gregory Woods I t George Wright Q V Margaret'Yaussi I ,l'- l'l.n 4.5.1 1-- -A-1. hi 2 502' -Cif viii X f Z iff, 4 an V ' '1- 1 5 Q1 is 4, gf 4 f Mark Austeriteld and Ravi Bajaj ' . 'swim it 1 Wit 'iiila Senior Banquet ' i llfiii Very, Tim Fishback, Mrs. Cartman arid Dr. Cartman "Fish- K Mir-k yeu'd look better in drag!" lloiig Friesen, Rick Meisel w...ii:.'Un-- .Y, 7"'l 1 ,zz 4.1.-,-Ar.g,r,:rs::-f :Tr Y r:a:1'11-g.:.:p:QV:j- as the best reputed of . . . 'e 1 f, 3, W , ff fy ' 5 First row: lim Hanson, Val Wiseman, Ienniier Austerfeld, Matt Stevens Bac-k row: Kathleen Weatherstone, Deb Romberqer, Anne Bray. for his faculty. e The Essay Of Sir Francis Bacon Y ' Y A " itSiiii5!Iiilv4Zi2!5'.Z6ii-3li6af-i-'- A. F7 if f .43 - - '-- - --'--" '-"' .."" "- . - . , " . ., V sr ' .at ,s " - ff A ,-. ,r . h . 7 5-gy ,j,5g5,1' ,ggggtsg ,211-1,1!fL.f' ,e,,,.,.,4. ,,T,,::'QA. .v V Y -' ig:-.., -- ' 1. 'L5.......o..,.a."'.L.".. ....... .o 'i..:-1..e - L . ot Medlclne 1983 Unlverslty ot Kansas School Graduates and Postdoctoral Tralnlng Program! All , A - KUMC tTopekal, lnternal Medlclne Allfr: Dgrnls Mlchael - Welss Memorlal Hospltal, Chlcago, ll., 1'rsmltl0nnl . UMC Orthopedic Surgery 'x:sQ::or:e1::..:Q ogmua -' uutsm twaomuol Arm. Hospitals, Wlchlta, KS. lr-term! Mfdlclnf Andrews, Brian Allen - Barnes HOSDHHI. 51- LOUIS, MO, Gynecology and 06912 I' C9 .,,,,,,,,, R,,,,,,,, - UKSM qwaomun Arm. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS. Tfvvwltlondl Appenteller Grffory NN' ' SUM! Mfffwflhl Hmpmll' Rochcuer' NY' Anesthesiology Arpaoberg Lac C., Ill - Broadlawns Medlcal Center, Des Molnes, IA, 'hmnsltlonel Am, Henry rromun - su. Luke's Hosvltal. Kww Clty. MO. lntefnll Mfdldn' Dean's List 1982 'Austenteld, Mark Steven - Unlverslty of Utah Alfll. Hospltals, Salt Lake Cliyixgfl. UFUIOKY 'Bachman. Greg Randall - Lancaster General HOGPIUI. I-llncllster, PA, Trans .1 Medicine 'Bajaj, Ravl Kant - North Carollna Memorial Hospltal, Chapel Hill. NC. 'mem h L nn Santa Barbara Cottage Hospltal, Santa Barbara. CA. 3tl'8"'Y Baeke, Jo n y - w Thomas Frederick - KUMC, lnternsl MCGICUIG gzrlltolzulomnror Lee - unlvmny of Utah Mfll- Hmm-. Self MN CIW' UT' l""""'l M'd""" Lange Book Award 1980 Academlc Scholarshlp 1981. 1931 H.R. Wahl Award1981 L.L. Marcell Award 3381 ' 1982 19 l31l:::lley lltlnter - Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospltal, Johnstown, PA, Famlly Practlce Baum, Curtls Allen - KUMC, lntemal Medlclni dl I Baxter Klrkman Graves - KUMC, Dlagnostlc I 0 081 Book, Gautam noionon - su. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty. MQ lnteffml Mfdieln' dl I sooner, .loom como - Baptlst Memorial Hospltal, Oklahoma ony. OK. Dlaznwtlc Rl fa Og' Beeler, Jonathan Cralg - Mlchigan State Unlverslty Alfll. Hosps., Fllnt, Ml, Dlagnostlc a o Beemer, Glenda Joan - St. Luke's Hospltal, Denver, CO, lnternal Medlellli Bernhardt, Mark - St. Francls Hospltal, Wlchlta, KS, Orthopedlc Surgery Berqulst Kent Bradley - KUMC tT0p2k8lu lmemll Medlcin' 8 - KUMC Sur mse' Roger Neal - ' pry IM dl lne Houston TX lntemal Medlclne Bllck, Davld Rlchard Baylor College o e c , . f Academlc Scholarship 1980 D n's Llst 1983 'Bolt,aMlchael Stephen - UKSM tWichltal Atlll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, 'lransltlonal A de lc Scholarship 1982 Brayfxnrz Eleanor - Chllctens Hospital Natlonal Med. Center, Washington, DC. PC4151-V105 - l al Center Bethesda MD, lntemal Medlclne Bray, Jack Galen, Jr. Natlonal Naval Med c . v Brelpohl, Gary W. - KUMC, Anestheslology ' Brody, Terl - KUMC, Famlly Practlcs Brown, Debra Marie - KUMC, Anestheslology I Brozek Jetlre E ene - KUMC, Famlly Pract ce Bruggen, Joel Thoungas - Massachusetts General Hospltal, Boston. MA- lllwmil M'dlc1"' Dean's Llst 1983 UMC ln .1 M dl I Bru ardt Gerard Ste en - K , tem e 0 na Bryzt, Darla Ann - Sap: Josquln General Hospltal, Stocklvflp CA. llliemil Medlcln' Butln, Rlchard Edward - Cleveland Cllnlc Hospltal, Cleveland, OH, lntemal Medldm 'CaHrey, Rlchard Raymond - UKSM tW1chltal AtflL Hoqaltals, Wlchlta, KS, Anesthesiology Caln, Sharon Elizabeth - KUMC, Psychlatry Carllle, Wllllam lknest - KUMC, Anestheslology 'Chen, Henry K. - Swedlsh Covenant Hospltal, Chlcago, lL, Famlly Practlce Chernolf, Mary Anne McCoy - KUMC, lntemal Medlclne Dean's Llst 1983 Christy, Rlchard Relrilart - KUMC, Psychlatry 'Coats, Barbara S. - St. Francis Hospltal, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Conant, Merrill Ray - UKSM tWlchltaJ Atfll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Cook, Kenneth Ray - KUMC, Dlagnostlc Radiology 'Coon, Stephen Darrell - UKSM tWlchltal Atfll. Hospitals, Wlchlta, KS, 'hansltlonal 'Coonley, Kevtn Gerard - Martln Luther Klng, Jr. Hospltal, Los Angeles, CA, Emergency Medlclna 'Corfman, Randle Scott - UKSM tWlchital Affll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Gynecology and Obstetric! 'Cory, Donald Wayne - Unlv. of Oklahoma, Tulsa Medlcal College, 1N1lse, OK, Surgery Coughenour, Mark Eaton - KUMC, lntemal Medlclne Cowles, Tracy Ann - KUMC, Gynecology and Obstetrlcs Crawford, Kenneth Lee - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Surgery Crlstlano, Peter John - KUMC, Famlly Practlce Cross, Betty Sue - Baylor College ol Medlclne, Houston, TX, Pedlatrlcs Delaplaln, Calvln Brlcker - 1Ylpler Army Medlcal Center, Honolulu, Hl, 'Wansltlonal Delphla, Robert E., Jr. - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Internal Medlclne Devlne, John Phllllp - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Surgery Wllllam H. Halley Award 1982 Pathology Fellowshlp 1982 Dorn, Curtls Caylor - KUMC, Pedlatrlcs Drevets, Wayne Curtls - Washlrgton Unlverslty Atfll. Hosps., St. Louls, MO, Psychiatry Duenslng, Davld Tlmothy - KUMC, lnternal Mcdlclne Dy, Emmet Joseph - SUNY at Stony Brook Affll. Hospltals, Stony Brook, NY, lntemal Medlclne Edwards, Ronald Davld - KUMC, Famlly Practlce lklckson, Kent Edwin - Madlson, KS, Estemshlp 'Flshback, James Lawrence - KUMC, Pathology 'Frlesen, Douglas A. - Wesley Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Surgery 'Frlesen, Douglas Lym - St. Francls Hospltal, Wlchlta, KS, Surgery Gay, Laurence George - Hlghland General Hospltal, Oakland, CA, lnternal Medlclne Gehlbach, Dan Lee - Wllllam Beaumont Army Medlcal Center, El Paso, TK, Internal Medlclne Gllllland, Cralg Lesles - Unlv. of San Antonlo Teachlng Hosps., San Antonlo, TX, Anesthesiology Gloersen, Peter Freda - Franklln Square Hospltal, Baltlmore, MD, Surgery Godfrey, Joseph Lawrence - Edward W. Sparrow Hospltal, Lanslng, Ml, Gynecology and Obstetrics Goerlrg, Mark Bradley - Wesley Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Dlagnostlc Radlology Gdmez, Herndn - Unlv. of Connectlcut School of Medlclne, Farmlngton, CT, Pedlatrlcs Grlmaldl, Kenneth Joseph - Childrens Mercy Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Pedlatrlcs Hall, Mark Spencer - UKSM tWlchltal Attll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Halley, Franklln Maxwell - St. Luke's Hospltal, Mllwaukee, Wt, lransltlonal Hanson, James Hobart - UCLA Hospltal and Cllnlcs, Los Angeles, CA, Pedlatrlcs Lange Book Award 1981 Dean's Llst 1982 'Heautlck, Danlel Earl- UKSM tWlchltal Affll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Anesthesiology Hoqes, Merle Jacqmaln - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Gynecology and Obstetrlcs Houck, Corutance Susan - KUMC, Pedlatrlcs 'Hoyt, James Lym - VA Medlcal Center UCIMC, Long Beach, CA, lntemal Medlclne 'Hullord, Davld Wllllam - St. Francis Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Hutchins, Joel Robert - KUMC, Famlly Practlce Hutchlson, Joe Robet - KUMC, Famlly Practlcs 'lrslk, Ronald Dean - Unlverslty ol Kentucky Medlcal Center, Lexington, KY, Internal Medlclns lsaae, James Arnold - Unlv. of MO at Kansas Clty Alfll. llosps., Kansas Clty, MO, lntemal Msrllclns laslnghott, Chad James - KUMC, Pedlatrlcs 'Jaster, Paul Joseph - UKSM tWlchltal Aflll. Hoqpltals, Sallna, KS, Famlly Practice Sandtn Award 1982 'Jerkovlch, George Stephen - Barnes Hospltal, St. Louls, MO, Psychlatry Johnston, Jan Marla - KUMC, lntemal Medlclne Jones, Ellzabeth Allson - North Carollna Memorial Hospltal, Chapel Hlll, NC, Anesthesiology Dean's Llst 1982, 1983 'Jones, Jon K. - UKSM tWlchltal Atlll. Flospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Psychlatry Jonas, Michael Paul - UKSM tWlchltaJ Atfll. Hospltala, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce A. Morrls Glnsberg Award 1981 Dean's Llst 1983 96 o of I , T, Joonl, Madhup - st. Joseph Hoopnol, Stamford, CT, runny Pneuoo 'Kenny, Laura Marla - Wesley Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Gynecology and Obstetrics Kessler, Kurt F. - KUMC, Surgery Dean's Llst 1983 Kettler, Anne Hlrleman - UKSM tltllchltal A!flL Hoqpltals, Wlchlta, KS, Tranaltlonal Lange Book Award 1980 Dean's Llst 1982, 1983 Knatz, Jo Merrlwether - Unlv. ol MO, 'human Med. Ctr., Kansas Clty, MO, Gynecology and Obstetng, 'Lang, Gordon - UKSM tWlchltal AfflL Hospitals, Wlchlta, KS, Transltlonal Lawhorn, Stephanle Lu Sachen - KUMC, Internal Medlclne Lee, Davld Leltoy - KUMC, Internal Medicine 'Letflrgwalh Bruce Lea - Mlchael Reese Hospltal, Chlcago, IL, Anesthesiology Llm, James San - Unlv. of Oklahoma, Tulsa Medlcal College, 151138, OK, lnternal Medlclne '1.ocks, Marlln K. - UKSM tlfllchltal A1flL Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Lumdquest, Davld Eugene - Creighton Unlverslty Atfll. Hospltals, Omaha, NE, Pathology 'Lynch, Daryl Austln - Chtldrens Mercy Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Pedlatrlcs Machen, Mlchael Edward - Unlv. of Oklahoma, 'hnlsa Medlcal College, 111188, OK, Famlly Practlce 'Mader, Elaine M. - UKSM tWlchltal AtflL Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Marcell, Gerald Wayne - KUMC, Famlly Practlce Marples, Bradley Wllllam - KUMC tTopekal, lntemal Medicine Martin, Phlllp Eugene - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Internal Msdlclne Mattlone, George Joseph - Cleveland Cllnlc Foundatlon, Cleveland, OH, Anesthesiology McBratney, Kathleen Rae - KUMC, Famlly Practlce McCarthy, Allsen Catherlne - KUMC tTopekal, lntemal Medlclne McCroskey, Pam - UKSM tWlchltal AUIL Hosps., Wlchlta, KS, Transltlonal McKee, Gary Shannon - Mayo Graduate School of Medlclne, Rochester, MN, Dlagnoatlc Radiology Dean's Llst 1983 McMeelrlrL Sheila Fenner - KUMC, Pathology McMurray, Laura Jean - KUMC, Gynecology and Obstetrlcs Melnkoth, Jane Lee - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Internal Medlclna 'Melsel, Richard Lane, Jr. - St. Joseph's Hospltal, Denver, CO, Surgery 'Meaanef, Stan Arnold - St. Francls Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Meyer, Beverly Ann Keck - KUMC, Famlly Practlce Mlller, Alban Ingram, Jr. - Southem Nevazh Memorial Hospltal, Las Vegas, NV, Surgery Mlllsr, Barry Ray - Vateram Admlnlstratlon Medlcal Center, Des Molnes, IA, Surgery Mltchell, Stephen Cralg - Unlv. of Texas Medlcal Branch Hosps., Galveston, TX, Psychlatry 'Mota', Sandra Nell - UKSM tWlchltal Aflll. Hospltala, Wlchlta, KS, lntemal Medlclne Moller, Kevln Morrow - Hershey Medlcal Center, Hershey, PA, Orthopedle Surgery ' Namechek, Vlctor Marcel - Unlv. ol Oklahoma, 1X1lsa Med College, Tulsa, OK, Famlly Practlee Newklrk, Jonathan Lawrence - St. John's Mercy Med. Ctr., St. Louls, MO, Famlly Practlce MAP - Reader's Dlgaat Pallowahlp 1988 Nguyen, Lan Thl Hoang Nlxon, Llnda K. - Childrens Mercy Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Pedlatrlcs Noordhoek, Lyle Jay - KUMC, Pathology Opper, Susan Elizabeth - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Anestheslology Osgood, Brlan McKinlay - Unlv. of MO at KC Aflll. Hosps., Kansas Clty, MO, lntemal Medlclne 'Pankow, Klmberly Jane 4 UKSM tWlchltal Affll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Pedlatrlcs 'Pankow, Larry Milton - UKSM tWlchital Aftll. Hospitals, Wlchlta, KS, Psychlatry u Ste hen UKSM Wlchutal Aflll Hos ltals, Ssllna, KS, Famlly Practice Parks, Do g p - t ' . p 'Pennery Steven Douglas - UKSM tWlch1tal Attll. Hospitals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce Pham, Antolne llal Van - Martln Luther Klng, Jr. Gen. Hospltal, Los Angeles, CA, 1YansItlonal Plntar, Jean Marie - St. Joseph's Hospltal, Phoenlx, AZ, lntemal Medlclns L.J. Beyer Award 1981 Dean's Llst 1983 Polirg, Rodney Allen - Naval Reglonal Medlcal Center, San Dlego, CA, Psychlatry Pollock, Denzel Wayne - KUMC, Famlly Practlce Powers, Catherlne Ann - KUMC, Anesthesiology Relntjes, Stephen Lewls - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Surgery 'Reltz, Eric Davld - St. Francls Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Surgery Rhoads, Anna Catherlne - KUMC, Surgery Richardson, Tyrun Kelth - St. Louls Unlverslty Group Hospltals, St. Louls, MO, Urology 'Richman, Dana Ray - UKSM tWlchltal Attll. Hospitals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Praetlce Richman, Davld Selby - UKSM tWlchltal Alfll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practice Roblnson, Scott Allyn - Ken Medlcal Center, Bakersfleld, CA, Transltlonal Rock, Randall Willard - UKSM tWlchltal Atfll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, Famlly Practlce ltomberger, Debra Jean - KUMC, lnternal Msdlclne Rosen, Don Edward Schloeser, Peter Ernst - KUMC, Dlagnostlc Radlology Academlc Scholarship 1980, 1981, 1982 H.R. Wahl Award 1981 Dean's Llst 1982, 1983 Schultz, Charles Cameron - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, lntemal Medlclne 'Schuman, Stephen Josui - Unlverslty of Mlsourl, Columbla, MO, Pedlatrlcs Scott, Andrew Rusell - Duke Unlverslty Medlcal Center, Durham, NC, Orthopedlo Surgery Sengupta, Ptnakl - New Rochelle Hospltal Medlcal Center, New Rochelle, NY, Internal Msdlclno Sheets, Lynn Kathleen - KUMC, Pedlatrlcs Academlc Scholarshlp 1982 Dean's Llst 1982, 1983 'Shehl, Lora Jane - UKSM tWlchltal AtflL Hospltala, Wlchlta, KS, Pathology Academlc Scholarship 1980 Lange Book Award 1981 A. Morrls Glndaerg Award 1881 H.R. Wahl Award 1881 Dean's Llst 1982 Slmone, Joseph Nlcholas - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kansas Clty, MO, Internal Medclne Academlc Scholarship 1981, 1982 Dean's Llst 1982, 1983 Simpson, Steven Q. - KUMC tTopekaJ, lntemal Medlelne Slngleton, James Davld - Fltzslmons Army Medlcal Center, Aurora, CO, 'hansltlonal Smlth, Mark Alan Spangler, Susan Lym - KUMC, lntemal Medlclne Spradlln, Larry D. - St. Luke's Hospltals Kansas Clty, MO, Gynecology and Obatetrlca 'Staats, ltouhey Merle - UKSM Ullchl AlflL Hoqaltala, Wlchlta, KS, Tramltlonal 'Stephanz, Gerald Bernard, Jr. - UKSM tWlchltal AlflL Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, lntemal Medlclne 'Stevem, Wllllam Mlchael - Wesley Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Gynecology and Obstetrics Stout, Davld Mlchael - Unlv. of Washington Alfll. Hospltals, Seattle, WA, Anetheslology Sulllnger, Jana Cyrlsse - KUMC, Pathology 'SundJye, Kevin Ronald - Good Semarltan Medlcal Center, Phoenll, AZ, Internal Medlclne Swartz, Scott Mltchell - KUMC, Anestheslology Taylor, Cathy Mlh - Tulane Unlv. Allll. Hospitals, New Ckleam, LA, Gynecology and Obstetrlca Teeter, Scott Marvin - Dartmouth-Hltchcock Medlcal Center, Hanover, NH, lnternal Medlclna 'l'erry, John Gerard - lndlana Unlv. Medlcal Center, lndlanapolls, IN, Therapeutle Radlology Tllzcr, Seth A. - Bames Hospltal, St. Louis, MO, Psyehlatry Trites, Barbara Schwabauer - Unlv. of lowa Hoops. and Cllnlcs, Iowa Clty, lA, Pedlatrlcs "hu-rentlne, Mark Wllllam - St. Francls Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Surgery 'Vogt, Laurel Arms - UKSM tWlchltal Aflll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, 'h'ansltlona.l Votapka, Tlmothy Vale - KUMC, Surgery Wall, Leonard Lewls - Duke Unlverslty Medlcal Center, Durham, NC, Gynecology and Obstetrics 'Ward, Rlchard K. - Llncoln Medlcal Education Foundatlon, Llncoln, NE, Famlly Practlca Warner, Ann Elizabeth - St. Luke's Hospltal, Kamal Clty, MO, lnternal Medlclne Dean's Llst 1983 Weatherstone, Kathleen Best- Medlcal College of Vlrglnla, Rlchmond, VA, Pedlatrlcs 'Wells, Barry Haydon - Unlverslty ot Maryland Hospltal, Baltlmore, MD, Surgery Wendt, Rlchard Gary - St. Francls Medlcal Center, Wlchlta, KS, Orthopedlc Surgery Wlese, Harry Clarence, Jr. - Loma Llnda Unlv. Medlcal Center, Loma Llnda, CA, lnternal Medclns Wllt, Davld Alan - KUMC t'l'opekaJ, lntemal Medlclne Wlseman, Valerle Ann - St. Francis Hospltal, Hartford, CT, Gynecology and Otzatetrlca Woodall, Dennis Charles - UKSM tWlchltal Aflll. Hoqrltals, Salina, KS, Famlly Practlce Woods, Gregory Alan - KUMC, Orthopedle Surgery Wrlght, George Wyman - Womack Army Communlty Hosp., Fort Bragg, NC, Famlly Pfactlca 'Yaum1, Margaret H. - UKSM tWIchltal Altll. Hospltals, Wlchlta, KS, lnternal Madclne 'Those students who completed their cllnlcal tralnlq at the Unlverslty of Kansa School of Medlclne-Wlchlta. l Q.,-tarf. of 'fel . . 1.4. , ," rf, 542 "-. 1 J f " 1 ...P ' s 3: 1 4 G 9 ' N' 1 ' T TTT 'V"A"" ff'1'f"fff-"f"'1T?'1'?'ffP'?i'f'.P12pf Jtfhll ET?"-41'?ibEff1lf4':"r::e:'u':.u.u:u'z.':': ' . '. . . - El agy and Obstetric, ilclne -OU! mlly Practice UK! tic Radiology 'U Y chlatry lly Practlcc actlce ual Medicine :tice Yansl tional 1087 Q Lice tice Surgery mal Medlclna ml -nal Medicina bstetrlcs ulology ndlclne nd Ohltatrlel ml Medicine Ladlology atriu and Obstetrics actlca rica V7 lnternal Madlclnd tries lctlca ly Practice lcino School of may Z4 5 Crown Center which you probably cannot attord. 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A x " W th . lane Brock pretends She IGVQS e Spa Marilyn Sanders is amazed at the number of admissions this 62 year A Axhv H old white male has had. Formal attire at the spa! Mike Ndchllqdl ,-, w 5. 1 f 1 -1 .v x . Q l 1 i 1 Y Z 1 1 1 . i 1 l f l i s l l 1 P l 2 1 41 ! 'l 1 l 1 J ayhawker RN The layhawker RN award is presented by the Senior nursing class to the instructor who best demonstrates outstanding academic, professional and personal gualities. She serves as a role model for both present and future nursing professionals. The Class of 1983 is proud to recognize loAnn Bell Reckling as the 13th annual recipient of the layhawker RN award. 1 oAnn received her BSN from Ohio State University in 1961. She has worked as a staff nurse at KUMC in neurosurgery, urology, and the Burn Unit. She was also head nurse of a general surgery unit. loAnn joined the faculty at KU as a teaching assistant in 1978 and became a Med-Surg and Principles instructor in 1980 after receiving her MSN from KU. lo Ann has received many academic honors including selection for HWho's Who Among Students in American Universi- ties and Colleges" in 19785 the Lil Larsen Research Award from the KU School of Nursing Department of Medical-Surgical Nursingg and in 1981 the lean lohnson Research Award given by the KU Nurse's Alumni Association. 1-ler masters thesis, entitled 'Assessment of Peritoneal Dialysis Patient's Understanding and Performance of Sterile Technique," received 1-lonorable Mention at the University of Kansas Graduate Research Day in 1981. loAnn is a member of Sigma Theta Tau and the National League of Nursing. lo Ann and her husband, Dr. Frederick Reckling, have two children. They reside in Prairie Village. Congratulations, loAnn, from the Senior Nursing Class of 19831 4 D How Dld We Get Into This Anyway At Three years W1lma Ioyce Wellman began the nursmq process spec1a1 One, two three X x X X A ka X X X ., X .A e .W ,R-9 me-cf E -- nz " . ' Q Q f, wkifr J, ENG, X , '- A 5 'kf'2Q.22,-1 - X M ,vw Sister Mary Rose Libby wiih Kelly Looney. Denis Tiemier waits for the action. Susan ? , ,, ,,. ,,.o I x . r . . ..fX,,..,v.x i f , X A Nursing at the Nelson: Culture and Catheiers lind harmony. if raw Mem Arndt Wood 119 , 4 V Z 5 If V I 1 .4 Z X 1 J , 1 22 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i1 , ,. 1. 1 1 11 i 1 '4 4 1 , M K, li ,W f Y , xxx l iave a l of my above, Linda Roger receiving the Kay Schlichter award. WWW Am. ff i 'E 4 f s f . X, If .- i775 f -' " 145 iff? VZ X Q , .7 5, 1 by y 5 f ' gr . W, f 4,45 6 X 71 f M M. fffffffw right, loAnn Reckling receiving the layhawker RN. award from Barb Geiger. Recognition Ceremonies si! sf . ' Q A i . 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I ff jf f f iifjf ,ffm ,I W, f,py,,f f , X ff We ,, C-if 'f 'wffff , X 1" Q2 fn f ' 'f f f Of ' ff f X ,f ff, ' fy L' f, if f , X ,f,ff ', X If x2 ,rf , ,C , -ff X , sir v1EflM.O.fQfZ -fig Cont1nu1ng 1VIed1ca1 Educa1:1on Courses To Enhance Your Knowledge ln Those Difficult And Cbscure Areas Q 1 1 W j55td,f M sl 0 32 if ' igtsiil iitft I ff d?n. g: 'Sf,.fx :Nia ,U I "'nW"". ' ' f 0930 QOb Q ts I4 50 be Bususot "lt helps you get those things into your computer." - Dr. Karl Youngstrom HTirne Warp" Your Way To Social Ridicule - Dr. Tilzer ln the first semester students will learn t e principle characters of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. The second semester is just a step to the left and a jump to the right. Dr. Tilzer will relate pathology and charming black undergarments. How To Draw Genitalia - Dr. lvlohn This course surveys the basic types of genitalia and helps the student to identify these types by drawing. Students are encouraged to practice on bathroom walls. Cultivating Viruses ln Your Refrigerator - Dr. Werder A historical look at the development of virology for all of those who have viruses on their minds. Special and repeated reference will be made by Dr. Werder to Kuru, SSPE, PML and Scrapie. This course is also offered through the department of education under the title, "Instant Cures for Student lnsomniaf' Creative Suffering - Dr. Krantz Thie elective is a refresher course for health professionals and radiologists who have forgotten some basic principles of OBXGYN. Emphasis will be on where babies come from and where they go to. How To Cvercome Self Doubt Through Pretense And Cstentation A new and inovative refresher course available to house staff who feel insecure about their positions and try to remedy their insecurity by intimidating students and residents. Formerly entitled "l-low to be a Surgeon." Skate Your Way To Regularity Offered through the Physical Therapy ept. this course consists of lO ftenl therapeutic disco skating sessions with the Colace brothers, two professional skaters who will really get you moving if you don't vomit first. Dealing! With Post-Realization Depression Trapped at t e VA on Med of Surg rotation? Too bad! T is course won"t help you butt. Your ass is tuck at the VA Spa. lvlonoliths And Boondogles A Survey course of fifty years of building at the University of Kansas. A representative of the KU Board of Regents will be on hand to discuss this year's building project - the first of KU's 39th street bypasses. Racing Eloor Waxers For Fun A physical education course designed for custodial staff. Techniques in racing floor waxers will be taught. Later in the course students will be encouraged to race their floor waxer at breakneck speeds through the hospital corridors. This course is not reccomended for those with heart disease or who are pregnant. Career Opportunities ln El Salvador A special independent study course for one faculty member per year who is selected by student vote. gwalgdees are given a one-way plane ticket and a honorary professorship in cardiology. Congratulations r. unn. . t af U g f A hard working student learns An mllmfixle Shol if one ilfhe ing the basics of neuroana- faculty - l love t e teac . ,lomyl i F' t L. i l i V i i I I E I F l s School Cf Allied Health . 1 lf l lf-1 :YT ' - HELWOHMWDQ K-A D WHO ARE YCJLI7 J QL W Q A QQ XX' , M N Nl Eg QEQQS l i lv R35 jk L 74 "" W A 0 4 J gg? A l f.uwv-nfipiwy Lu Q 0, l l f l " ' 5. ,X QQQ WW xl YT 2 l u rw if MAIL 4 T -ff l ,ffl H e ff , I KK ififlgx ,, , 5 l Dietetics And Nutrition Norma Winn, RD., Sally Iohnson, RD. below, Iames Hallinq, Associate Director of Dietetics and Nutrition Department, Danita Iohnson and Sharon Friesen. 'New Dr. Sandra Dassenko W-My X E "'f44f,f Of ,,, Mary Carr and Laura iohnson, RN. Q5 ix , ' Rebekah Mani, RD., Barbara Amick, RD., and Debbie Qison, RD. below Norma Winn, RD. 'Q' 1 , ,t,, ., w ""'i 'K Z mai gs ff' ,I if A.. Ruti' Krat T4 ' Z f Ste-X ? Debbie 'sa 'tix Ruth Wiles, holding a record in the stacks while Ruth Kratzer looks on. , 1 , f QM' W xfi f-W Steve Preston, Keith Oneik and Nancy Wladschmidt Medical Records X Ng, it x ir X X SN' QQ X Q N A K . A V V, Q S A zczk-A vs X Q S M' is rss his N Sf A the avi lett side ot table, lill Wagner, Dawn Haase and Carla Sullivan right side, Theresa McConnift, lrene Riedel and Barbara Decker. Medical Records . . . lt's more than just a job . . . First rowg Irene Riedel, Matt Price, Theresa Mc Connitl and Steve Preston. Second rowg Barbara Decker, Dawn l-laase, Nancy Waldsch- midt and Keith Qneik. Third rowg Michael Shaw, Ruth Kratzer, and Ruth Wiles Mr. Peter L. Beyer, Dietetics and NutrltiOD Student Senate And School Of Allied Health 3, 1 Q sf 'mit Q . 5 V, ,Kms Q X ' H, vp Dawn Haase, Medical Records Maura Walker, Hearing and Speech Sylvia Robinson, Special Education Barb Decker, Medical Records ' President Marvin Stitt, Physical Therapy Bridger Quinn, Physical Therapy Kathy Warren, Allied Health Sciences l udy Crowley, Nurse Anesthesia Linda Doolan, Dietetics and Nutrition Danita lohnson, Dietetics and Nutrition lane Haiqler, Nurse Anesthesia Kim Porter, Respiratory Therapy Roshel Carlson, Respiratory Therapy Michelle Uttley, Nurse Anesthesia Rich Fitzgerald, Emergency Medical Technition i . I 148 www .1 Statistics, Hearing And Speech F E 5 Q 5 , , t .,,-f 'psx f, s, s , ks . if NVb,,,, S f . t ' ww.. 'am' xx X MM., M ,, , 4 7 4 f ff Q, 6 9 f 5, f S f. ff . W 1 -4 tw t Q 5' XZ, ,J 0 if ,- X ff X f , . ,, WQWAW 3 Z , y V V X Dr. Hassenein, Statistics The rwnbls f1Y1Qf31"'5 that do ttw typmq Dr. tune Miller, Protessor and Cttatrrnan ttwisrmq and Speech Department Gnaduating Students Dietetics and Nutllition Jane Bonen Many Cann Linda Uoolan Shanon Fniuen Danita Johnaon Launa Ranunez Many Rena Banbana Whedon Knieten william Emengency Mobile Ineencive Cane Kenny Clanh Suzanne Cline Rich Fitzgenald David Goodyean Robvut Jonu Janet Klmegen T enni Lied Leo Milam Steve Milton Donald Puchabla Dennis Ryan Shennie Sandeno Dalene Tum Shenee Tnacbwell Henning and Sgech Audiology! HJ. Eileen Matauaaha Maiunoud Sagannchi Sgeech Pathology, M.A. Kathleen Baruu Lindi Enuningen Alice Hanguw Canal Nendunlz Julie Svingen Joyce wmven Phyubal Thy-ogy Banbana Jane Anehanat Minyana Bajich Shenny Lynn Baugh Angela Suzan Uanvnan Ebioe Annette Fabell Janet Lynn Fnazien Tomy Manic Geningen Janet Kay Giuing Leah Kay Hennigh Stephen Oland Hyde Kanen Lux Jiniceh Kimbenly Sue KifCZOJlbULQUl Jia Ann Lady Michael Newton Phillipa John Steve Puloc, Jn.. Patnice Manie Regan Sanah Calwline Reitz Chnietaphen Jon Roblgel Manci Jo Ragenc Uebonah Lin Roy Patnicia Lynn Rupenft 8othSah.ununaOm4J1 Many - Kelly Manic Shipnun Sue Manie Simnvunan Connie Sue Smack Many Ann Snyden Liaa Ann Stehno Manilyn Ann wellen Dehna Ann wells Radiology Plwgnanw Nuclean. Medicine Technology Kathy Booth Jean L01 Randy Milla Fanhang Shahmohaminadi Radiologlc' Technology Robenta Bunnc Keely Owy Rhonda Uichman Judy Fennana Theneaa Hanna Medical Recond Adnulrlibtnalion Baabana Knauae Uechen. Diane E. Engliah Dawn A. Haaae Rwth M. KILCIZUI. Theneaa Umne MCCUYLHAZSK Keith Lee Olenih Steven Dean Pneaton Matt Danwin Pure Inene Mazule Riedel Michael S. Shaw Canola U. Sullivan Jill ELLzabetJ1 Ulagnvt Nancy J. waldadunidx Ruth A. Wilco Medical Technology Suzanne Leigh Alluon Jennigen Ann Ball Lucite Lynn Boyen Kaxhenine Manic Bnadgand Cmaig Scott Chniotennon Monica Paulette Davis Manco D. Hendeuon Launel Lee Lacombe Manganet Bungdoagen Ne56 Douglas EMI: Petvwon Uayan K. Shubtz Phyllis Jean Stuvant Pamela Stunnl Dominique Jacqueline Wellcome Nunn Anutheaia Judy Cfwwley, RN Janie Haiglen, RN Pax Kenn, RN Lucy McCall, RN vena Mitchell, RN Bob Stnong, RN Michele Uctley, RN Joan Van Eman, RN Gvuul McDonald Candace Roch Shauna Stanoaftka Ma,-Ly Stnahan Paul wallzen Sgecial Pfwcedunea Tecluwlogy Dee Ann Mann Kim Stephenc H Rupinatony Thizgy lvgneel Umna Manie Bnatoton Robvet Eugene Bunnn Rachel K. Canlcon Steven Bnian Conovcv: Ann Emity Gneeley Jooeph Manic Lua Bfulan Richand New Uougbu Lee Neubenft Genald Thamaa Setten Paula Mafule Thompson Rupbaacony ThUU1f9 lCen.ti6icazel Kimbvlly A. Bfuxchen KeLL'J. Baay Candace R. Cole Steven J. Hall G. Paul Loyd Uebna Kim POILCUL Polly N. Rina!! Aveny N. Robincon Joaeph J. Spellman Banbana J. Tneu in p 'Q in-. ... uk. Q. V' if ,Sr f r 935 ' TS 5 Yigyvfid, X 4, J' 3 . H I My IQVQI Where hast thgu bgdy mechanics QQHEQ! Remember my son, the power ot treatment is all m the Ph ' 1 'I'h Looking Back Who needs L-Dopa? l'll waltz the rest ot my lite, MM VW! W ,f WN , all What Rx tex , 2. NST X K 'E-N X We X Q2 W X 6X N ik N l'm on a 9000 calorie diet and you're offering me a TAB? Lett: No, l will not come hack on Monday to retake the cornplll Right: Terry's reaction to one ot our more exciting lectures. Ei Whwf ' W group. Let's start with something simple like the jitterbug. X if ,- Rx X - X 5 5 is ' BYZN? NLE gf we '-5: ,N P.T. Graduates BJ . Arehart Miryana Bajich V fi., ' R -iz ,f- ww 'Q f ' V VW" f V4.0 ww 1 f y ., VWZ W 525 Vw SRS, 2 S NYY X, .A M 3- like the S-NR. K. Q 'X -.M 5 NM, .ef N' N... .ws as 'W Sherry Bduqh Angie Damman ing bandit at the Renaissance festival. I an discovered there is no escaping the kiss- ,Avi MQWMRYW4 Elise Faber jan Frazier ianet Giesinq 5 Let's Get Physical! -is mf Leah Henniqh Steve Hyde- Karen Iiricek X .13 Sarah Reitz Qswwwwxvg M -'.:kX P.T.s eating again'?! Patty Rupert 2 :W if FY: X515 QQ, 5fQ4QN V XYQN NVX kiss s N XSX IWW Nik, Q - X XX 1 A ' Ff-SIE, S ' T . .tx Q , Q A aqg ,V In 9 o -Aix ' S A f as so.do-o--oo,, so soso TQ-A UWM k A Nx X S, S Q. Mary Beth Sakumura-Crain Kelli Shipman Mary Snyder Chris Rings PT. students tind themselves in the oddest positions. 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WZ I f Ks'-affnffi ' .ffn ' , 1 , H aaaa z,.-iff, Axe, Q my I y,g ,y49HQg,Z,f, fk 73153: is lfwi , if lessie Ball M.S., History and Sociology, KSU, BS., History and Sociology, KSU, Certiticate, P.T., K.U. S aaaaa min? my as Cam Wilson MS. Education, K.U.5 BS., P.T., KU PT Faculty The big chief over us little indians. Kathier Allison M.S., Education, Ku, BS., P.T., KU ,f Ruth Blanchard MA., PT., Standtord The gang's all here . . . almost. M4 ,, f QW, fi , My 4' ,A 1 ,. ,,, , is s s s s- X X ' Mi "5 , Q 11 x - - a- f i' '- fm J-5 I4 -Q A 4 Q -2 5 . .i fu.- . . . 4 A ltalrulrillv " .1 L. - - ,- 1 Asc- .u-'G-C 'vt f-"1 I """' """"' " -arg-g-.p , , , H . - 4. 14p-pu, .4 1.44 .- v hr., .va . A---ft ' e t ." if-sf.-Aw-'ir-vaifrtrmff . f sa. -f e.. . ::.f::,.' f-f5I?'f-315--L? -'f.?:ifu " -'zzrzr-::1.:.'.' . ' N Q . W OS Distinguished Teacher Receives ward One year later .... The class of l983 suc- cessfully nominated and awarded to Cam Wilson the same honor. Cam has had a long and happy association with K.U. She re- ceived her BS. in P.T. and masters in educa- tion from K.U. and is currently working on her doctorate in education. She has been teaching at KUMC for SM years, instructing eager students in gerontology, research and clinical education. She has had a variety of working experiences ranging from Stor- mont-Vail in Topeka to lewish Geriatric and convalescent Center in Kansas City. Cam currently works part time at the Shawnee Mission Medical Center. With all of this ex- perience, she is well gualified to be Vice President of the Kansas Chapter of the APTA. Among Cam's unique time off abilities are Champion bubble gum blower, one mean strawberry Dacguairi maker, and cartoon collector. As her students, we know why Cam deserves this award. lt was easy to stay awake in her class. Her tests were clear cut, sometimes they even had correct answers marked .. She always had a friendly ear when clinicals weren't always smooth. She was the calm voice of reason in a chaotic world. So, Cam, this is our way of saying thank you for pa- tiently answering all those late night phone calls about research projects, board exams, and clinicals. You earned it ll!! Physical Terrorist Are these weak abdominals or is this man pregnant? Qpen wide! 1 ,f 4 4 W f X , f f X004 ff3Z , X .A .... X -V.-A' xx R N X I can se How about a Cervical adjustment? ,- Primitive cervical traction, guaranteed to cause neck pain. tt tt A tt sw-NC X s .X ss s X X xl . s x- tixfs, The joys Ot muscle re-ed. DONT 'f0UCh mY 'fFiCYC19H OK. guys, 1et's see those tonsils. Ioan see it now. Stephen Hyde, Chief P.T. Avoiding the daily sauna in 107 Orr Major short' Anyone know where I can get a Milwaukee brace? No matter how low it goes, my arms are still to un Times Swing time 5 1 in 4 M MW WQW ff ,M Get away you monster, I don't kiss on the first date t tg? 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Don't you think you're a little biq to be sitting on my lap? lohn, don't you know not to bother me before my morning coffee? X ,NM -. 1' :.. NI-2-f lf? t ' 1 l la h, -aa aa ma- an u mojd Corruptirgfg of a panda T . Q N X. Xa Q Y ,SN K ' .- xx .NN XE sg X -. Xp X XX X 1 X 5 N Scoopin' up the field mice. Bop 'em on the head. ' Time Cut N vw S The wet look lives. xx", - Mi F I 1 Hunger strikes again. Marcy unwinds at dacquari party uswfff efore by Ni' - vaga-7.3-z '7-3 oops? Does that kld have a license. X N wflf W a ff , . H 7 f. 7 f -Q v - ' "" ' ' ' ' - ..i Iv.-. lf 7 - a p. f - 1 , ,.,, Y. ,ii ' "f ' . -----1-ff-gg'9!1"! .Y . ff w'v.z5.f1:.m:n.':izSseiif..,..,..- ,. ,. --'I, wa-, .. ,. .. W - " ' 9ghZa451a4-.1,5.4.4.A.s.a.4.44ai-:d-tu-I-fd I . -4---5-V-'H ' er. , , ., . .X ,. - . 'fa ,Z M,,3y,,-y, M! Taping Ceremony N5 LU' fi '44 ?g, Gosh Angie, took at that guy! Hey Kathy! We've discovered a new use for athletic tape. i , wx X Q HN With this tape, I thee wed. CLettD Hey guys, does MPT." go in tront or in back? CRiqhtD .by is X ' NM 1 X , xmyx X SQ , Q! -Z7 Final PT. test. Can you keep your mortar board on without your hands. Qi asf N or athletic ' fx? , x V5 of A we , ,ZX x . I b be X, -o--Wo,foowo, , my-1e1 u u Md A 4 p The Last Hurrah . wsfb, Me I N X 2 'Q , ff x. lu, N One Qifim QUIK? for freedom. That's one way to keep you guys sober! wi' ,, .:':1ewq.,' we x f N - W 4 .N sa , - wk X ,, 2, o m we sw , . . X , . x , Q AQ Q ,, ,C X b r . X ww Q o 1 4 N-X-if k X, . K y 4.. S13 f if . .x , ,, , , A, . X 1 , . Y U . in ., 'V ' ST Q1 a'g.A,,,,! ,S 21- 1 14,53 'Q Q Ax K 4 ,x Vi .I V' "X, , . V , 'S 4 fr . - p 1 V ,mai ,5"".s1'e 1 L - X Keep your feet on the ground and . . . Keep reaching for the stars Look out world, here we come? v .ff-ia V' 43035.15 ,,,Z.,,,, W. ,,,, , ,,n...,,. , , -f 'Y ' ll- 'lvl' . 1 A V AI4 , Z-1 1 2.44 1 4 1 4 H , A , , ,p - - - - , , , , ., .. - r 4s'If.24'f if:-H ,..,f'f-- . .-...A-4.45, f. 7.5. it -f ,,-,f", "7'ff'zf -- ' f T, ."li!3!i41!-n?fn!vS-9Q961i0ll?'5v59Q-ou:'z't'4' 1 Graduate STUDENT RESEARCH FORUM l983 AWARDS GRADUATE STUDENT CATEGORY School of Medicine lst Place - Larry P, Sheets QDept. ot Pharmacologyl S 2nd Place - Sara l. McKenzie CDept. ot Biochemistryl Honorable Mention + Patricia A. Tonkowicz QDept. ot Physioloqyl Honorable Mention - Peter L. Goerinq CDept. ot Pharmacologyl School of Allied Health lst Place - Kim O. Richmond CDept. ot Dietetics Si Nutritionl Honorable Mention - Martin M. Yadrick, lr. CDept. ot D 81 ND School of Nursing lst Place - Susan Grittord Lieberman CDept. ot Pediatric Nursinqj Honorable Mention - ludith A. Davis CDept. ot Med-Surg Nursinqb MEDICAL STUDENT CATEGORY School of Medicine lst Place - Stephen Samuelson CDept. ot Biochemistryl 2nd Place - Timothy K. Neuteld CDept. ot Medicinej Honorable Mention A Robert Henry CDept ot Physiologyl S 200.00 100.00 50.00 50.00 200.00 50.00 200.00 50.00 200.00 100.00 50.00 tudents 2 . . ffawifn . ww f Hi. My name is Mark. l'll be your token graduate student in the yearbook Great Moments In Research 3rd ln A Series W... INVENTION 5PECUtUM l ed J,-- r' M9-S. YHHRFLEY AND HER DUCK J fr ,- .4 f f f f MM s sf? Ss S . X XX -s X Parties Q X35 X ss Sheila Mclvleekm, Mathew Stevens arid triend . , . Remember Matthew? What are your hobbies? above, Ski Trip, '81 below, End ot Basic Sciences Party. 5 'Q - :fn W 1 X W, J ,. 4 ,M !f Law f,,, f above, below if is it mir, Qt, Parties are where you make them, Kathy and Pam describe the aritler dance I 'S 1 r W Mimi: 7 'fl v .a 5, u And More N-.hr was a closely knit class. Carnie Nulton and I oe LeMaster prac- E 83 tice making announcements. Wmnfdwiu' 168 If X Benjamin Franklin Anderson preaches to a MASH wake. right, l give him a six, tops . . . tar right, Making passes at girls with glasses . . . fx X if ,Mx f.. ,f I ww, 0 Ji 7-27, .V K .X k S. 3- Qlsff , ' ,f W , Neil, Cary and lohn hide under a Busch. Wow, tom, you mean l can keep her? 2 ,, X 0 tw i 1, ,. v . - v . 1 -I-. , . - n 4 4-- - if., r1:5 , N, I f ,qfqwg gf O 'fy if f i ng. 4 fi f A i 1 W N I I 4 1 X f i fs V ff, iz ff ! f iii! f X f ff f , f ,PX V lc X!! ff ff! 40 X, 1 f 1 761 1 N f , 9 X ' 'ink ' Zi? W,. ff frm. , A ,, 1 1 f if :N Q .fx 5, - wwf, . ,,, 4 1 X Wi AMW ts. 6215512 , 4., 2' "M ,Z,.,, ,. .WQ 1 4 if AHC: iii 3 L K I Hey, doesn't everyone do two at a time? 1 ii Sing le Brad and West say, sure it's a dirty job, but some- body's got to do it. 1 ,,f14Q,g!Z , , W If Q VW 1 M , A f ,MRM af Q f Q r ,AZ V, haf nk :I JMX, is Q.. 'iff' ,QV Hot lips Harty and Mike. More Parties fyrf' Ken Trimmer left, Gary and Kim at the pig roast above, Too cute for the yearbook. makes a good argument for registering nurses. . f ' Y 2 sl 1 i i l 3 s 2 4 Z 1: a U 4, IF ii 1 3 Y Q . i 1 V f Y YY Y YYY Y YY-YY--YY -nm- . -N. X X R N. X sr , rs sew . ss? 'T ' ,sw 4 Z! .f f M' f'7f H .yfl Jocks And Jocks K.U. vs. K-State. Need we say more? F. r Intramural basketball pushes skills to the limits. 326' New , -taxa: ' f- M ,pm 1. ,, y ff be q L W' I 1. ,. I QI'-'Q w ' fl' eww ta ws. 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N 4f X .f , " M7 Z , 2 4 f 1- fi 1' my Z 1 Q Betsy, Idruce and Renee ask that ever pressmq queshon Why do these T1m Iohn and Pete dwelt the 3rd opponent for the couples uys kee rabbmg themselves d 1 1 E ,E i wg: 1 A , , i 1, w l V U if Z l, V l 3 I , I , W! W, 3 I ,Vi ,M 2 is : :N Q fs ,x -Q 'N 1 1 v Z . 1 1 5 ,Q V 3 1 Q ' N I 5 L! gl Ii I: Ve 1. All lite begins at the Union. Medical Toy Store Not the Peppercorn Duck Club, but better than Bell Memorial if The Student Union is a qood place to lounge lounqinq. Searching for a Student Number. The Bookstore can also help you clean your wallet. f Ki Awww- wf 'MNT , f' ' 'WTTT WW U t a so 1 ?lf-3411? -'fff, r-. fp? ' Q ' V .. T ,i.:i. S i T ' . ,.- iyfn ff by K ss , 2,5 N f, . MMV V V l A ' fi' wfapfigy. 6 ' 1" 'bf i T T A1Qttfii.f?i fini? N T . . il2Qr""' ft mg-fm wr M Q f ,,,:g',,,,,fmlQtt.g'gi,f'wN , . , E M U ,f f Q, ti.. ,K 2, 53-,zflfy is it 5 t qu- tffgitt :Ugg WY l Z -T V Qty- 1-54' T , 2',U3Pt1. T, ' xT'?!ffiQQvigl" f . r,ir , g 7, ,ti ,VAV Y ..,,V A . ,, ,. , . . t -1 , 1.153 Bob Polstus l-lair Surqeon The purpose of hiqhliqhtiriq notes is so that you will later wonder why you thought it was really that important. while studying or study while 177 -,--d,',,,. Q9 W i, will W 51 QM I L N P'. V S Hfxwfmwe V 2 Goosefm Q N bb Y ,"'g1"' f IN Goober Hang Time Test Protocol This exam, devised in fanuary of l983, is the result of years of data accumulation and is destined to become a benchmark laboratory value for all pulmonary physicians. While all medical personell related to COPD patients have always had, through experience, a realistic value judgement of said patients lexpectation of rehabilitation' thru physical assessment, this is the first truly quantitative, scientific, and cost - efficient exam to determine severity of the disease state, which relates directly to total duration of the hospital stay. Also, given our unsteady economic status in medicine today, the correlation of this exam and the patients Blue Cross benefits can give an indication as to whether this patient affords the financial expectation of survivial, as based on the length of his insurance versus the length of rehabilitation secondary to his disease state. This exam is performed immediately upon admission to the emergency ward before any chronotropic infusions, antibiotic therpay, or any adjunctive therapies are administered. Upon physical exam, noting the patients bleak nature, pink pufferisms, and otherwise inability to suck air, the patient should be directed to cough a righteous goober into a cup. Sterility does not matter, as it is phelgm anyway. Now that the sample has been collected, and any excess has been removed from the examiners clothes, fingers, forehead, etc, the following simple toos must be obtained. lj Tongue blade 2D 3cc .OQWJ normal saline solution 35 One stop watch The test proceeds as follows: For the sake of science and given faith in all the medical tools used to combat lung disease the normal saline solution is poured into the cup and rinsed over the above mentioned goober for about 30 seconds. ln all fairness when dealing with chronic lungers this medication and its use fairly approximate the total amount of medical care they can expect to receive for the duration of their medical internment. As we all know no one can help or hurt a lunger. Following the saline treatment the tongue blade is employed as the major tool to complete the analysis. One must press the tongue blade firmly on the goober to incur positive adhesion. Following this critical procedure the rest of the test is academic. Orrasping the clean end of the tongue blade Ci.e. the gooberless endj the blade is elevated exactly 12.4 cm above a flat surface with goober suspended from the inferior portion of the blade. The moment this process is completed timing is begun. One must now simply wait for de-adhesion to occur' and time the audible splat which will occur following the l2.4 cm drop. This gives us the first number in our determination of hospital stay. The second number is derived thanks to computer science acute observation and the averaging of years of collected data. This number is a constant refered to ever after as 3. Thus our eqaation 's .... Time splat X 3 eguals total hospital stay Cin days.D For the sake of simplicity any time over 90 seconds need not be calculated. Errosion of the inominate artery adjacent to the trach tube will probably have occured by then. 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X .Q X N ANN R X R X X X .,,K R os Graduation Kevin Mosier, Cathy Mih Taylor, Richard Wendt, Scott Robinson, and Henry Arst 1- xwmf W f A yd Svaboda, Hoodinq procession Q ,, ff W ' WW " 1 X ,W WX W X I, ffm. ,,,,, ,WWQWW4 f4,,,,,,W,,,,W , AWMW7 iffy I Maw? WWW MW Q fznf W WW Robert Manning, MD. above, Pete and Kelly Alward. REAL YEARBOOK EDITCRS The change in the world about us is sometimes classified into trends. The problem with this is that by the time you figure out what the trend is, everything has changed again. This always leaves one with the feeling that somehow you've always missed the boat. For example, just as you get used to having a crew cut, long hair is Hin". Now by the time you learn how to braid your own hair, punk comes along. What's next? Or just as soon as you've bought the perfect pair of saddle oxfords everybody seems to be wearing Dr. Scholle's sandals. You just can't seem to win. But do not despair, life has even gotten worse: now the trend is to be trendy. This trend has carefully evolved to the point where one does not actually have to participate wholeheartedly in any given new fad. All that is necessary is to know a little and do a little and you're "in". You don't have to have pink hair, clothespins in your nose and broken ear drums to be trendy. Simply a button or two which proclaims in purple and green "GCD SAVE THE QUEEN" or "l PUNK" This added with a bit of knowledge about the latest punk group on MTV and you will fit into any conversation. To be trendy it is not necessary to read Doonesbury every day, only know if and or when Gary Trudeau plans to start writing again. You don't have to shop at Saks or Gucci, just carry one of their shopping bags around. lt's that simple. lf you cannot afford a BMW to drive, know all the latest models and have a BMW keychain. lf a vacation to Rio aboard a cruise ship is not available, a few trips to the tanning parlor and you've got that special look. Exercise is in, but most people hate to sweat. So what is the answer? You need to obtain a complete jogging outfit, a nautilus club membership and a subscription to Runner's World. Wear the jogging shoes to work, cut the lawn in your shorts, wear the sweats to go shopping, put the Runner's World on the coffee table and then let everyone assume that you jog. This frenzie about trends has not been limited to the material aspect of our lifestyle but has intruded into such areas as politics and education. ln politics there has always been issues contemporary to the times. ln the past these issues have had varying degrees of support and participation by the general population. We now have an ever growing number of special interest groups. These groups cover such a broad vista of topics you surely can find one to participate in or one for which you can wear a button. This ranges from supporting a local committee which is investigating who actually sets the timers on the local stoplights Ca question we all ask outselves everydayl to wearing a button to show your support of banning nuclear arms from the planet earth. Buttons, banners and bumper stickers are the trendy trend of politics. One only need make a short time commitment to carry a banner, wear a button or drive a sticker to show your support. This usually does not cramp our lifestyle too much. If you wake up the next day and feel you have done your duty you have something new for your scrapbook. Education has always had its conservative and liberal phases. Recently educators have discovered that it is trendy to be trendy. We were taught new math not to balance our checkbooks but to keep the Russians from taking over outer space. Gt course today's kids are in on the first floor of the computer era. The handwriting is definitely on the wall-microprocessing will save the American Dream. Today learning by computer is a must and according to some the trend is that carbon based teaching units are going in the same direction as one room schoolhouses. There is also a new emerging trendg following past educational trends. That is let's get back to basics. Face it, even doctors need to know reading, writing and 'rithmatic. The ultimate trend of course is not to follow any trend at all. This way you can simply do, eat, wear or say anything that you want to and always be trendy because you never are. Although the theme of this year's layhawker, MD. officially is "trendy" we sometimes found ourselves straying from this path. The inexplicable genius of our theme, however, is its automatic, built in, catch-22. By simply doing what we wanted to do we were following the ultimate trend. never worry about deadlines. ..- ff! ,... T f ,gif W 1 ff wi! X f . W W , ,T .35 3 A im. 1? C-352 ,f CW 6 . , .2 9 f .M . - out ssed raid yody ' the new your THE any is to tple. 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As l pray that l passed Boards Une, l am reminded ot that whicgh had yet to Contront me, ed. Dr. Krantzls quote, But hrst l think l'll review the hrst two years, Who can torqet Dr, lvlohn and his assessment ot the male and sex, llPdI'dSYIT1DdlliGllC, sympathetirgr, somatic motor, l, 2, 35 1t's not as easy as it sounds," or Dr. Dowells tavorite sayinq, l'So what, who fgares?", to whifih l add "big deal"' Dr, Svabodas Comment that E-85 was Ha class with class" did nothing to erase the anguish l carry trom a question ot Dr. Andersorrs - l had arrived at 9:40 tor an 8:00 pathology exam, as l beqan to beg Dr. Anderson that l be allowed to take the test, he wut me down by simplmq asking, Hljirst ot all, who are you?" lVledic,ral lurisprudence taught me that Na person is dead when the doctor says hes dead", l've already started a little list, - and theyd none ot them be missed, ldi Amin, and the Ayatollah are dehnitely on tt, and the quys who put up the "Do Not Walk on the liawn sions are getting real close, ls there a law aqainst murder by pronounce- ment? Many questions have arisen during my hrst two years: What did they do with ldt'lf'Jl' Vl? Are boards three done in XD, do arrhythmia tapes sountl be--tttet on Sony Walkman or ghetto blasters, and why did the security system QU up in the new Dykes lvlemorial Bridge and Library betore any books were in it? How are you st1ppos:tftt,l to read the sunthal thats in hont ol Gfbuildinq tt you van't walk on the lawnr' ljo workers at Three lVl1le lslantil buy halt-hte tnsurante polit'ie1,s? What can l Conti ibute to those who have not yet latfet,l l'l'1elix'9 'l his is my leqa- 'y - on H and E, vross sefytions ot perphetfil nt.-2i'ves look hke pri-tppetnnnt frartt'ttes. lt your pt it test has a setftion ot an eyeball, suspet 't rllabteetei-3, the tjot i et 't llntlllt' 14-2 t xnsst in f lttae t-we not ffaisson s disease. A vomputer cyontrollryr told me that tl te - w frnnit tnls you tyi te tt tto Phehx are printed tor the Pltartn ftepartrrient with your narne on them lhf: AMA says that real income lor pl'iysif'ians has tlioppfffl ninfe pmt rnt in the last tolerfatle, and inFrankiethereisst,itfl'tat,lotfto1 tflL1lfJltt5'lllc1tllllfltlfftlllllp Y'f'llIt't ' tttws lm - l, fl C. fioitifi to Aldl'tani.,:tan to help heat the people in rebel ht-lvl rt +111 tn:-1. ,tt tri l 'Ill' -1 thi.-1 wasnlt niuvh ot a ln-tgavy, hut then l ltavvlitll had vlintt 11 ore Redd is tfauff ht Vv'fJlill'lQj on the lawn. r , , Y J H-tw you in All iltftrtislkiii Al l'it,,f111:,3, ll'tH'l Idsf ayhawker, 1VI.D. Staff Torn Porter has lots ot ideas, Biurry ph abe. J - 5 otoqraph ot sharp photographer, Masaya Watan- Ion Q'Nei1 - Pro. Dan Rhoads proves that Biochem affects ali ages the same. Betsy McKay: Always the Protessional. Right Iohn Harnrick: Pac Man artist. 2 M., l? Z , ,I Q3 f -,sexist ' Q Q f I .5 "Book 'ern Danno, Murder one," Ienniter Austen- teid. x'Buy a Yearbook, OK? w Ima. A .. N. A nk, OK?" Gretchen Quenstedt as taken by her husband. 'F x N Q NP Steve Sperling's version ot the Antler Dance. Frank Lamrnoglia celebrates Cuban Power. 77 Editor Rex Keith humoring Freshmen staft. W Wifi ji f V QANN S ' George Bures gets his kicks from Linda Lee relaxes between phone photography. calls. Above: Steve Erysipelothrix rouseyopathy, lett: l3.T.'s using our ultramodern tacilities. .' 'rf x.. .1 X 3. 191 es Keith . . Ross . Cathy Conry . . . . . Ad Editor Linda Lee .... Photo Coordinator Greg Nelson . . . . . Darkroom l . . Editor Editor COOTdlT15l0F Buck Gaulladet with friend. Steve Kimura wants to know your sign, Dorothy Masaya Watanabe Steve Austenteld Elise Faber Deb Wells Gary Weinstein Curt Maslen Barb Geiger Betsy McKay Nancy Wescott Steve Kimura Steve Sperling Dave Cameron Kerry lordan lohn Aucar Gil Brito Cathy M. Taylor Craig Lapin Marie Kathy Gromer Sean Dow George Bures lan Frazier lim Applebaum lohn Hamrick Buck Gaulladet Steve Geiger Chris Asperheim Gretchen Quenstedt Dan Rhoads Dave Bollig Dean Lasseter Tom Porter lon G'Neil Debbie Bettels Frank Lammoglia Steve Wolt Right: Cathy Conry Chooses photos by braile, Far right: Curt lvlaslen smiles through someone elses teeth. Xie Q 47 lim Applebaum takes a closer look. S f I? 1 2 X Q X Rex Keith, Editor, dresses up lor yearbook lay! XM , If wwf!! M ,W Z L--...Q A S Ax 2, X its pw X X JS --'Qf c s S ser look. m X is' X R Q l.NX l X it XX ix I i,..xI2 'Q l g was mix s so ef, YN X -if' xg wig t x Qt X S Q Q X X k X xx X X XX N X NX 5 X S X Q K N ,, W, aww A S. Wx " S N N2 5 X xg X CGS A' .X af :fling Q X - sw Q X k Sl N 1 N , . X 1-1, - so X 1' WOUld YOU bUY G VGSGCTOTTIY from What Can we Say about Dean Lasseter? Greg Nelson works best in a dark room this man? . . . Sean Dow. Dave Cameron has a mnemonic tor this yearbook. Chris Asperheirn Betsy McKay and Barb Geiger nursed the yearbook along 12 ., if W , , 1, Nvxx MX 'earbook Une ot the few upperclassmen, Rick Buten picks good photos and guitar. Gary Weinstein was our resident anatomist. gi ff 'tg I .Nw 5 rv-,,,,,,, .v x f f'lf A V4 Kathy Gromer and the Falcon. Letters To The Editor Dear Editorg ln the past few months l have become increasingly aware of the proliferation of a segment of our population which has been growing at an alarming rate and which threatens to undermine our social structure here at K.U. Med. l am referring to the nearly one out of two students who own T- scores over fifty. lf their growth continues, their number will soon be YSCXQ, with many having more than one. l call upon the sense of responsibility of the medical school community to put an end to this insanity. The only way is for MSA to pass a comprehensive bill for strict gunner control. We need mandatory sentencing for those found in possession of high HT-scores" and a provision for psychiatric help for those misguided individuals. l urge you to join the fight for effective gunner control now, lest we ALL be forced to study someday. Concerned Student ' Dear Year Book Editors- What's wrong with layhawker RN or RN-MD l mean - how exclusive can you get! BA HUM BUG! Ed. note: Qbviously not exclusive enough. Consult to the Editors, ln regards to your request for advice on your patient Ly Brary, our most recent angiographic studies suggest that a single bypass on Ly Ca Ly Brary pass-RRRD is insufficient to maintain adequate flow. ln view of the severe congestion on 39th street around Ly, a triple bypass is indicated. Sure it's expensive, but we must assure sufficient flow from Ly to his wife Belle. We've already made such an investment in Ly, so why not shoot the works. Let's not worry about the funding now, because, we can cross that bridge when we come to it. Happy to be of help to you, Dept. of Cardiology P.s. We hope to begin the procedure before it gets cold and rainy. Don't hesitate to call since we're always happy to go out of our way for a Ly. Dear Editorg lt has come to my attention over the last few days that a so-called 'Crame of Micro" was created without my con- sent. Although l have seen a number of you during this time period, not one of you said anything to me about it. l am very disappointed in this failure, and l think that this reflects negatively on your character. l would remind all of you that this Yearbook is not a game. Dr. Furtadoo Editors note: Wrong. This is a game. Dear Editorg l am writing to you concerning the director of the new athletic facility for students and faculty at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Since l have recently returned to the job market, l am interested in applying for this presti- gious job. l can supply references and am willing to set up temporary offices in the Bridge Building. Please advise as to whom l should get in contact with. Tedd Owens These letters were leaked to us by a nameless source in the Exec's office. IMMOBIL CORP. March l8, l976 Dear Sirs: We are pleased that you have chosen Stairway to Heav- en brand sliding, gliding, ascending! descending deluxe escalators for use in your new facility. We are certain they will give you years of troublefeee, maintenance free ser- vice. Sincerely, A. Huckster Manager, Sales, Promotions Sz Gimmicks l979 Sirs: i We are sorry that your Stairway to Heaven escalators did not operate on your dedication day. Did you try turning them on? Sincerely, Awrench Nut, Troubleshooter l98O Sirs: About the recent immobility of your Heaven brand esca- lator. Don't worry, we can fix it. lt shall be ready within one or two days. Sincerely, Smoke Screen A VP for Customer Relations l9Bl Sirs: The part for your escalator is having to be imported from lran and it might be delayed due to the recent trouble over there. We are confident that we can have your present equipment temporarily repaired and running within the week. LT. Lost VP Shipping l982 Sirs: Have you ever thought about how lovely your Stairway to Heaven would look as stainless steel stairs in the lobby? A form of Modern Art, a stabile, if you will. A Sham President lmmobile Corp. l983 Sirs: Your check is in the mail. A. Shyster General Counsel, lmmobile Corp. set up vise as 2 in the i Heav- deluxe in they ee ser- ors did :urning d esca- iin one ed from le over Jresent iin the rway to Dby? A Dear Editor, l feel l must comment on the dress of these medical students. lt they want to be doctors they should dress like doctors. l'm speaking, of course, of the fact that not one of them has his white coat on. Deplorable! Sincerely, M.D., M.D. Dear Editorg Please thank facilities and operations for the Hypother- mia Conference in Wahl Hall East. Sincerely, Endocrine Sertive Dear Editorg lt has come to our attention that certain students among you are actively engaged in numerous activities which threaten to undermine the entire macro and micro struc- ture of this institution: learning. This must stop! Students, in the classroom and on the wards have actually been caught in the act of assimilating, understanding, processing, and remembering academic rhetoric. lf this is allowed to contin- ue, we'll all be out of our jobs because they'll make us look dumb. Be warned, anyone caught learning will be prompt- ly referred to neurosurgery for a frontal lobotomy. Take care and have a nice day, The Academic Committee Dear Editor: l wanted to take this opportunity to commend the editors and staff of this yearbook on what a fine job they have done this year. lt is indeed a pleasure to have such a fine group of students at this school, and it is indeed an honor to be associated with them in any small way. Dr. David Waxmann Dear Editorg Due to budgetary constraints and the legistlature's failure to adopt my recommendations, l am forced to cut back the number of yearbooks l ordered for my staff by l0,000. Please accept my apologies and my best wishes for the success of your project. Gov. lohn Carline Dear Editorg Shown below is a graphical representation of the results of our study concerning a possible relationship between time spent studying epidemiology at K.U. and future bene- fits from this study. Cf interest is the striking inverse rela- tionship between the two variables examined. Perhaps the Yearbook should fund further studies into this area. Dr. l-larry Thomas Chin Chief Rat Catcher 81 Water Tower lnspector at KU X. I - Ts me april' em Epi C my lkfetimd 0 C 'Lg obj Futura lame fl.l'.S C'knowlede3elif1qj'cD Dear Editorg l am writing to you in regards to the position of Athletic Director at KUMC. l have ample qualifications, having coached football at the College and Professional levels. Although the new Waxman Memorial Gymnasium for Fac- ulty and Students is not yet built, l am certain it will be since KU obviously has enough money to spend on more frivo- lous structures such as the spanking new 39th Street Bridge to nowhere. Please consider me for the upcoming position. Looking forward to your call, Marv Leevy Unbelievable Cffers .aim ff ,,. A X M WN? , 2 M "W V ' ' , , , f 1 , A f Q y wzf y ,, eeef J 1 ' A I ff Q G, . ,, V :wh f f A, f t Q W if 5 ft, ,. 'yn-v 196 f M X Marital 191155 for Amy and Layne Roxi dfld Qlndfli Unbelievable OHSFS. ,X ,A aff 'xxl K Raj gets ready to test Dan's arm ischemia ty You're just kidding about hepatitis, right? ime. I see you come here often. Yea Had! Hey! no pictures. ,twyk You won't believe what I just found. Maureen and Liliana "55:k N gum! ef Kathleen Arnold goes Hollywood. Bruce Snider demonstrates championship form to a willing pupil. , S3 5 I-M4911 l Satisfying animal instincts ita? Ravi and 4 K V X l r 1 X found. Roy, Cathy, Rex, Maureen and Arny's back. Steve Sperlinq, Debbie Booton and Tom A Pearson show E-85 toqetherness, , an 3-WEST 40,000 more points and l'm a doctor. Great party, but who invited this guy from Wich- Amy's Back And Other i Memorable Photos Alan takes a holiday. Bob and Dorn want to try a shocking ex- periment. above, tar riqht: Karen Piedy practices her tine finger movement tor neuro. ,M Thinking About Teresa uts awa a Z ,ff 3 ' .f .Yah W V X , fl.. lf Q. v , ,V f f ,Q ff , f k f 1 ff, , ' t . 5 . . t W Doug, dog gonnit quit tickling S It u d n g handboldk. Y him. f L, ludith Scott wonders what happened to those good ol' days when they carried your books tor you. Mike Gorton, Tom Armbruster and Mark Kendall think about 1 t thinking about studying G er' X E Scott Smith pops a "wheelie" with his desk. X . f . if .f fyty . lanet Ahnemann crosses the line Cas she's Mike, Tom and Mark twenty minutes Laird Bauer conceals the weapon used tor anatomists' assassinations. Roxy brings her mom to show and tell done so many times betorej. 198 Aseptic mortar boards. Look mom, glow hands! t , x ,S i Q - ' ' -1 Y' ' Ss' ll :- FN3: 'X' -N, 7 1 ' -i:,.,,i:-Wi t t X- ' Nl' . . J 3 f, 1 Q .. 3,-3 i A ,,Qi. :ling . K tell. 5 ii , gi P m 1 tW,ss.,Mx.X, , it SNS f f ,S X N,,.MS.,,s i X t we' YQ N y. WN -s TSW .X gs it .as 1 Exit. or sf' t MQ ' ' '95Ns..2.a'Ts2X"3'fm Sm sim X X is 1 . Na N S s lfx Q ns hx Y X ki sf ESX N XLMV X X XXX N x J SX f x ,tm lx 3'J.'..L. Dan Weed gets his afternoon supply. Sheila chalks up tor hand washing lab. ff? f M ,W W47',4 vga ,Z 9 V, 1 , Q if Dave Smith demonstrates his prow- GSS. 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X, Mike Gorton enjoys yet another lecture. lt's a small world. 71 wr l even lett my horse outside to come in and look at this slide. Studying in the sunlight warms the soul. l 9 l , Marijo Teare just can't believe it. I Some 1 Lectures Neoma Youtsey, RN. M.N Med-Surg Dept School ot Nursing This picture should have been with the Nursing school, but we lost the picture . . . then we found it. Welcome to the layhawker, MD. Some OB lectures are more interesting than others. Cloe, Ann, Anne, Craig and Emmettl Does it hurt? No not a bit, Tim, Cl?on Summers and Tim Stoppl 1 i i 'MQ 2 fb ff . W, iff. ' ffff, Statl getting ready to boil a student. 200 X X WI -Q 1 E rx 3 Q, , , - 5 7 1 and d Emmettb THTIGFS Z www, 7 , 7 XX X X X - Tv rrk l , X ,- ,me Q, I on X - sX 5 " N 2' fi?" Q r X? 3 A VX G ' XX Xfx NY' fx Q X S X 4 " 5, NZX .. or X X XXf X Z Qfzff X? ., Q Q Xxygs i 'X .AN ' 4- f N 1 . rr Y r - 0 : 14 " -, movvfkk X X. 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We're your county and state medical societies, What you can't do alone: Keep government regulations from lnterferlng wlth your practice Challenge regulatlons that threaten you and your patlents Interests Assure a constant flow of lnformatlon on the latest medical advances Influence pollcles of organlzed medlclne wlth vvhlch you dlsagree What we can do together: Effectlvely represent and protect our Interests and nghts at local and national levels Mount legal campaigns to defend our rlghts up to the Supreme Court If necessary Keep you up to date with JAMA your specialty state and county journals and CME Have your voice and vlews heard and respected Interested ln membershlp'7 Please send me more lnformatuon on membershup nn lj My county soclety and the Kansas Medlcal Soclety Send coupon at right to Kansas Medlcal Socuety Name 1300 Topeka Avenue Address Topeka KS 66612 lj The Amencan Meducal Assocnatnon I State I I I r"' "" ""' " "'f' """" ""'T""""-Q . I I I . l t ' . 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Clfmerhm Kansas' Servmg pauems -886loedsand50loassinets,providing t mug out t e State' comprehensive clinical experience. - Outpatient facilities in major disci- plines serving 147,000 patients annually i , - Extensive medical caseload stem- MEDICAL CENTER ming from 27,500 annual admis- sions, including more than 14,500 surgeries. l: or additional information and appli- X 4, it cations, write to: X' Department of Medical Education -E f St.Francis Regional Medical Center 929 North St. Francis Wichita, Kansas 67214 , A 13161 268-5980 f ,,,, 4, An affiliate of The University of A , ,,,,, Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. 5 Q 0 d1 1 g Q ' f W if ', .gll lull ,' 4, S '54 J , , , ' -LI- ' ' --g,- "--Q-.,,, Dont a1t untll ou re eed a doctor to try to find one 1-mdtng a doetor IS the last thing xou xx ant to do xx hen xou re slek But If s something xou nex er thmk about xx hen xou re xx ell So manx people xx nth ex en a minor Illness end up at the hospltal Emergenex Department beeause thex don t knoxx a doetor to eall No Emergenex Department of eourse xxlll ex er refuse are not meant to replaee personal phxslelans or prox nde xou xxlth the same kinds of serxlees That s whx Suburban Medleal Lenter has dex eloped the Phx slexan Information Serxxee It s a xx ax for nexx residents and others xx lthout a personal phx stefan to easllx locate a doetor 111 the speelaltx thex need eonxement to their home or plaee of xxork There ns no eharge for thus serxlce 1-mdmg a personal phx slenan before xou re slek makes good sense for manx reasons The doctor ean get to lenoxx xou and xour medleal hnsrorx and xou haxe the opportumtx to talk with the phx slexan to make sure xou feel comfortable w1th hum or her Regular eheckups ean rex eal hidden medneal problems such as diabetes high blood pressure or anemla that often are present but haxe no sxmptoms And should xou become Ill or haxe an aeendent xour phx slelan xxnll be better prepared to offer treatment vx nth knoxx ledge of xour medncal baekground If xou don t haxe a personal phx s1e1an noxx don t xx alt untll xou re slek to flnd one C all the 1 hx sxelan Information SLIWILL offered bx Suburban xlLk11L.1l C enter at 19131 492 1000 Or flll out the eoupon ellp anel mall I 10500 Qulxlra Road Ox erland Park lxS 66213 Please send me the names of phx slenans nn the speenaltxqnesb I haxe lndleated beloxx lfamxlx Praeuee 1-ar Nose and Throat Internal xlLLlIL'l1'lL C xneeologx Ot hthalmologx Orthopednex Plaxtle Surgerx Oral Surgerx L el1er.1lSurgerx Podlatrx Other lll1--XSl- PRlNll Nam H m -Xldr ss IU Ll! 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