University of Maryland School of Medicine - Terrae Mariae Medicus (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1912
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Gentle reader, we are certain of criticism in our efforts to please you. Of criti-
cism, Ggethgy thg gl-eat GC1'11'11L11'S21ySf "Une czm never protcct nor arm himself
against c1'iticism. We must meet it deliantly :md thus disarm it."
However, the editors feel not the need of such advice, but cheerfully and hope-
fully submit to your kindly judgment and pleasurable perusal the "CI.1Nic" for l'll2.
XYe have done our best :md feel that our best should meet your approval. XYe
have striven earnestly to produce a storehouse of pleasant recollections that will, like
old wine, but improve with age.
Each picture, each poem, each page has been created by someone who has en-
deavored to show his love and fealty to our venerated Alma Mater, and incidentally
furnish what might well be designated push-buttons of memory that will let loose the
flood-gates oftremiiiiseence in the years to come.
Many capable efforts have been entrusted to the editors, and we have often been
at a loss to make a choice with so much merit placed at our disposal.
It is our sincere wish that none will feel aggrieved at the absence of their kindly
contributions to the "CI.1N1c," but hope it will be realized that limited space made
it necessary to lay aside many worthy elforts. '
lf, in the years to come, this book should reawaken memories of joyous student
days, when the song of youth rang sweetest and life was full of delightful anticipaf
tions, if it but recall the friends who shared with you high hope and noble ambition
inspired by those who taught you and us to honor the profession they have so earn-
estly toiled to lit us for, and, by their good example. made us love the old college which
has been so kind to you and us, then our reward is all we could desire,
illlllf Boiaxan or Emroks.
Uhr Ollinir, 1912
Title Page ,,,...,
Mercy Hospital ,...
Editorial Board - . .
Foreword ....,, ,A,,,
List of Contributors ,e . ,
Faculty ,...... ev,
Seniors ,,.... - ,
Post Graduate .,,,.,....,... .
Resolutions :ulopted hy the Senior Class ,M
The College Editor ,.,.......
Sophomores . . .
Freshmen . - . .
Medical Rag .,,, .,.,,,, ,
Essay on Freslnnzm, .- , , , . , ,
Essay on the P1'Clll11ll1ii1'j' Educ
zition of Medi
Students .,,,,,,,..,, ,,..........,.,..
The Clinic New Song ..,,,,
Etching-The Two Seasonsn
Essay Announcement .,,,,.
Prize Essay ....,,,,,,,, ,
Etching-College Night , ,
Nfr. Annan and Poem . . ,
Poem-Senior ..,, . ,,,,
House Statfwd H
Etching .,,,,,,,,,,., . . ,,,.. .
Athletics ..,.,,,.,, .,,,,..,
Etching ,,,,,.,,c.,. ,... . -
Poem-The jack of A11, , , , ,
Poem-The Hustling Student,
Poem-A Senior's Soliloquyn, .
lXlCLllCU-Sl11'QlK'Zll Collegitis . .....
Etching'-XVzirning to Freslnnzin -..
Poelnfljlxiy Bull , . .
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Essay-The Doctor ,,,,,.., ,,
Etching-Ireland and ci2.lI1ZlVZi11, , ,
Pnelllvkx Micro1we's Serenade , ,
Chemistry of Girls ,,..., ,,,, . .
The QZllCIlLl1ll' 1..,,.. . , ,,,,, , , ,,,, U-,
Poem-Tlie Anutomist to His Dulcinezl ,,,, ,. ,
Etchings :ind Verse , ,.,,,,, ,,,, , , ,
Poem-The Student's cl2llCl1Ll1l1',, .-
Poem-Ain't It the Truth,
Iitchings . . ,, .,,,.,. ., ,
Poem ,,,,, , ,,.,,, ... , .,,,, , , ,,
Poem-The Annual Prolmlem ,
Poem--YVhen It's Too Laten
Grinds ,,,,,...,.... . , . ,
EtC"liinggTolwin , , ,, , , , , , .
Pearls From The Pruiries,,
Dangers of Living ,..,A.
151 y Last Cigar, W
litcliing-Snakes , ,, .
The Bacillus of Love ,,
Etching , .e,...... .
Farewell to Seniorsd
EtchingfThe End .,,,,.,
Etching-Advertisements , ,
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Nampa uf Thr Qln11tril1utu1'z in 'Ulgr Glliuir " IBM
De Martini, '15
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123 lYII.I.I.XBI Smiwx, l'n.lJ., 11.13.
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131 ulnnx XY. Ciuxiiziiiix, Kl.lJ. 51113.
P1711-t'SSOI' of 1'i'i11ci1'vlus :ind l'i'zLcticu ul' Snr
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l'i'ivfi-ssni' nf Xluliczil -l11l'lSllI'11tlCl1Ck' zinml liircclm' uf Pzmstcnr lnstit
151 lYI1.l,l.X1I F. l,n1'iqxv1mnn, MD,
l'i'ufc-ssui' nf Vriiiciplus and Vrzicticc uf Xlcflicine and Clinical Medicine.
1111 13151111111-3 XY. llniainx, A.ll,. MD.
l'i'fJl'1-swi' uf lll1slcl1'icQ 'incl C
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171 lYII,I.lA5I Rmmxi, Swmiqi-Ls, MD., S1111
li-utcsswl' ' L gy anal llz1ctci'i1wl1mgy.
183 llxincx' l:RIIflvliNW.XI.lJ, ,'X.l1,, MD.
l'mfcsswr uf Uptlialn
inlrvgy and Ululugy.
1111 ARc1Iin,xI.n C. lfllxicizisnw, MD.
Piwfessm' wwf .Xiizitwiny and Clinical Surgery.
1103 1Y1i.1.1,xM GMQDNER, MD.
Professor of G5-mzcolngy.
111 J Eimxixlen N. liRL'SII, BLD.
Pr11fcss1.n' of Psycliizit
1121 C. 1l.u11's11N jnmis, MJF.. CK
I. 1Edinlmi'gliJ. RID.
l'rUfess1,11' of llygiens and
Elpv Qllinir. 1511
Elir Gilinir, 1912
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1133 -lL'l.lL'S lf1miiw:Nw.xi,1m, AM., MD.
Professor of GZISITII-lfl1lCI'UlUgj',
11-H .l1llIN RUIIRNII, MD.
Professor of Diseases of Chilflrcn, Therapeutics and Clinical Medicine.
1151 CARY ll. Gixxilzu-3, bill., A.M., M.D.
Professor of Clinical Meclicine.
11m Srixxnisii McC1,1iixiu', M.D.
Professor of Histology anrl Special Pathology.
1173 C11ARL1fs F. BLAKIC, P11.B., MD.
Professor of Operative Surgery anrl -Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Recium
1183 CnARL1Cs E. Six1oN, All., M.D.
Professor of Clinical Pathology and lixperimental Merlicine.
119.3 FRANK DYER Sxxnzlili, M.D.
Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest,
1203 EMIL Nov.-xii, M.D.
Professor of Physiology ancl ,Xssociate in Gynecology.
1217 CnARLIis E. lllmcii, lillfi., MD.
Clinical Professor of Obstetrics.
1221 Hixizvisx' G. BECK, PHAR., M.D.
Clinical Professor of Medicine.
1233 AI.mCR'rL's Co'rToN, A.M., M.D.
Clinical Professor of Ortliopeclic Surgery and Radiogrzuiliy.
124i AR'l'IIl'R P. l'lliRRIN1l, M.D.
Clinical Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry.
125i ANDREW C. GILLIS, A.M., M.D.
Clinical Professor of Medicine and Neurology.
Uhr Qlliuir. 15112
Gllpr Ollinir, 1512
Aaanriatv Ellarultg vmhrra
1l3 llr3i.Llr:,xY ll. li.-XYUICN, M.D.
.'XSSV3Ci21tC lil'13fC'SS13l' uf ,X-pplicfl qxllllllllllj' and flpei'alix'c Surgery.
123 S.xA1i'1-11. -I. l:13R'l', M.D.
.Xsswcizite llrrvfessur uf Materia Mcrliczi ancl l'liarinacol13gy.
133 rXI.lfXll'S RlcGi,ixNN.ixN, A.M., M.D.
.Xssuciatc PI'1YfL'SSHl' nf Surgcry and Surgical l'z1tl113lr3gy.
1-13 bl. ll.-xL1, l'r,1f.xsANTs, All., M.D.
Associate Prwfessoi' of Clinical Medicine.
153 Micuix Rf3siiNTi1,x1., M.D.
.-Xssuciatc Prwfcssor wwf llcnito-L'rinary Surgcry and Derniatmlngy.
163 llI'I2ER'l' C. KN.xPI', M.D.
.Xsswciatc Pivwfcssm' of Mcclicinc zmrl Clinical Patlmlngy.
173 ,AllRAll.-XM SAMFIQLN, l'Ii.G., M.D.
.Xssucialc Pmfcssfvi' of Gyiiccfilfigy.
183 XY1I.Ll.xii XY. RICQVARDT, M.D.
.Xssfvciate Professor uf Surgery.
1'l3 C.-XI,lfl! XY. G. Rf3nRIiR, A.M., l3ll.D., M.D.
.Xssnciatc Prufcssiir uf Pzitlwlngy and .Xssistant in Gcnito-L'rinary Diseases.
1103 fiLlfXN M. LITSINGICR, A.l3., M.D.
.Xssmcizitc Prfvfessur uf Obstetrics.
1113 Ciinimii XY. 1llI'l'CHl-QLL, M.D.
Associate l'1f3t'cssu1' 131' Diseases of Nose, Throat, Chest and Clinical Medicine
1l23 N. EDNVARD Mix1x1:L'i31iR, US., M.D.
Associate Professor of Therapeutics.
Uhr Qilinir. 1512
Aasnriatr Ilklrultg !HHrn1hrr5
C133 ALFRED L'L1,n.xx, 31.11.
Xssociate Professor of Anatomy and Associate in Surgery
C 143 XYALTICR D. XYISIC, A1.D.
Xssociate Professor of Anatomy and Associate in Surgery
C153 AAYILLIAKI C. S'r1FL1iR, MD.
Associate Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy.
C163 Lliwls VI. Ros1iNTH,x1.,, MD.
Associate in Medicine.
C173 T. FREDERICK LEITZ, MD.
Associate in Castro-Enterology.
C183 LANTUN G. Rx"r1NA, All.. BLD.
Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery.
C193 XY. P. AIIJRRILL, MD.
Associate in Medicine.
C203 XY1LI,I,xxl T. XY.-x'1'soN, MD.
Associate in Medicine.
C213 EDGAR FRIICDENWALD, MD.
Associate in Diseases of Children.
C223 jour: AYAD12, BLD.
Iilemonstrator in Chemical Laboratory.
C233 H. K. FLEcRENs'1'121N, MD.
Dc-monstrator in Eye and Ear Diseases.
C243 .f.G.ONN12N, 1'11.G., BLD.
Instructor in Chemistry.
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1255 A. Liiii El.1.1s, MD.
Xssistaiit in Diseases wf Cliilclrcn.
12155 G1I.l:P1R'1' F. llL'x'rf5N, BLD.
.Xssistant iii Diseases of Children.
1275 KI. li.-XIIN, MD.
-Xssistant in Urtliiipeclic Surgery and liacliiigrapliy
1285 XY. BIILTHN LIUVIS, BLD.
Assistant in Clinical Lalwiratfiry.
1295 XYILLI.-mi SCHMITZ, MD.
Assistant iii Patlmliggy.
1305 F. XY. HACIfl'I'l-ZL, MD.
:Xssistant in Bacteriology.
1315 'l'1115M.-xs R. CIIAMHICRS, A.l3., KI D
.Xssistant in Patlmlogy and Opcrative Surgcry
1325 H. H. ESKICR, MD.
.-Xssistant in Genitu-L'rinary Surgery.
1335 'SPIQNUCR M. P11151-3, ABI., MD.
Spucizll Lwcturur on Klcrlical litliics and lfcwiiwiiiiy
1345 1. ll, RIPPICRT, KID.
.Xssistzmt in Ubstetrics.
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Fla.-xNc1s H. FI.-XNNICY, MD.
.Xsswcizllc in Upl1tlml11wl4vg'y zmfl Ulwlrvgy,
S. CZRIFFITII DAVIS, MD.
LL-ctu1'cr fm ,X11:cstlu-tics :md .Xssistzmt Dmmmstxxntwr uf .Xuzmu-im
F. K. NICIIHLS, MD.
.-Xssistfmt in Pllysiulwgy.
Chr Qfliuir. 1211 L!
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Gln the Qllaaa nf 1912
Heres to the health of this jolly old class,
This brotherhood potent, profoundg
lYise and learned in all that pertains to the mass
Of humanitygfeeble, unsound.
They have done with professors and father eonfessors
This brotherhood potent. profound
XYill exact their full dues from all woeful transgressors,
And their errors, inter under ground.
May they never grow weary in healing n1an's ills:
True physicians beloved, adored 1
But solemnly compound their potions and pills,
XYhen by helpless and needy implored.
Then, here'5 to the men who have triumphed again,
And their full meed of honor have won,
lliho have fought their way thru and exulting review
The course and the race they have run.
Chr Gliuir. 1912
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About the Iirst of tlctober, NUS, founrl us gladly presenting these diplomas to Ilii-
Dean. lle accepted them, took down our nares and at last we were medical slllflclll-r.
Eagcrly we went from room to room absorbing those mysterious facts that we had
so long sought for. Ilut our dreams were not lo be realized without some trouble
XVe were Freshmen and there was a certain amount of hazing coming our way.
The lirst rush occurred in Room 26. We had been expecting it, so at the sugges-
tion of some one in the class we turned up the sleeve of our right arm that it niighl
be a sign to enable us to tell those belonging to our own class. The rush came, our
preparations were complete, so naturally to suppose we won. This elated us, and from
that time on we have been prepared for any class conflict.
The election of class olilicers was our next duty. As soon as possible a meeting
was called and our organization into an immortal unit took place. .Ns a result, the
following men were chosen: l'resident. XY. T. Klcklahong Yice-I'resident. ll. I1
XYilliams1 Secretary, A. C. Shannong 'Tl1itj1l3111'Q1', N, 'l', Gillette: l'listo1'igm'KI,S,
Eisnerg Sergeant-at-Arms, E. X. Thompson.
Up until hlanuary the shaping of the roughened stone went on surely and steadily.
At that time we made our debut in the Freshman "Chamber of lAlorrors," co.mnonly
known as the dissecting-rooin. My, what a feeling! XYe soon became used to it
and a great deal of knowledge was stored away.
As soon as Spring came, there were other lields to conquer. A baseball team had
to be whipped into shape. This, of course, was done when the weather permitted,
and on May the fourth we again showed our superiority by trouncing the rival
Sophomore team in a very speedy game of ball by the score of -l to 3. Much credit
must here be given to our pitcher, Sooy, for his great work in the box, as well as for
his timely "double," which scored two runs. ln this line also our tirst baseman, llurke,
deserves congratulations for making the longest hit of the game. This was the sec-
ond time in the history of the school that any Freshman team had been victorious over
the Sophomores in a ball game.
Un May the fourteenth, nineteen hundred and nine, we threw off our robe uf
emerald and handed it down to the unknown onconing class of the next year.
Another year was now facing us. So well had we borne the tirst year that it
was with eagerness that we returned to continue our studies, although at the tirst roll
call a few did not answer to their names, but, notwithstanding this fact. others
from other schools joined with us, thus making our class as large as ever.
At the lirst business meeting, the following class oflicers were chosen: l'resi-
dent, E, X. Thompson: Yice-President, J. F. Spearman: Secretary, F. L. Keoughg
'l'reasurer, XY. L. Sheahan. lr.: Sergeant-at-Arms, C. F. Coughlin.
A discussion then came up as the best methods of punishing the unruly Fresh-
men who had delied us both in school and in the newspapers. Several plans were
hatched but only one adopted. Two hundred pounds of Hour were purchased. which
was put into half-pound paper bags. Une morning while the "greenies" were listen-
ing to a lecture in Roo'n 3-l we surprised then. First they were pelted with flour
and then a most trusty tire-hose was brought into play. And what a mess! l will
not try to describe it. for it is far beyond my power. l will say that they were taught
a very good lesson. Subinission was their motto thereafter.
28 Uhr Qllinir, 15112
111 tl1e annual game of ball we were again victorious by the overwliclniing score
uf to 6.
NYc l1ad now successfully passed through two years of hard study. It was with
great pride that we looked forward to our re111aini11g years. llad we not carried tl1e
1JZ'llll'lCl' of 11112 to great honor already? Hur records i11 the class room were very
good indeed. and tl1ey alone, without our superior St1'Cllgt1'l i11 rushes Zlllfl baseball,would
tell you of our high standard.
Again at tl1e begi11ni11g of a 11ew year we gathered i11 tl1e old fa111iliar halls and
rooms and as usual the iirst tl1ing on the prograinine was the election of officers. After
d-ue consideration the following 111611 we1'e lllStZl11C1'1I 1'resident, L. Dale -lohnsong Vice-
President, N. ll. Reeserg Secretary, XY. T. Driscoll: Treasurer, bl. E. Mendelsohng
Historian, rl. S. Craig: Sergeant-at-Arnis, bl. M. S-pinks.
In our junior year athletics were suspended. Hur charge was o11e of a greater
capacity. T11e CLINIC1lZ1C1tO1JC1Jt11J11S1l6C1. The Year llook Coznniittee which had
been chosen after some deliberation and strife ill our seco11d year set about to do
tl1eir duty. lt was 1lZ1l'C1. too. They labored against big odds, as do all who have such
a position, but the lllltlldllg energy of our board could not be coinpassed. The Year
llook was published at last and as a result of SLlC1l good work tl1e number printed was
far below tl1e C1Gl1lZ1l'lC1, wl1icl1 speaks well for the board and the contents of the book
lt was with a great deal of joy that we entered our last year. It not only means
tl1e end of our school days, but shows to tl1e world tl1e result of the gradual and care-
ful work of our faculty in the shaping and polishing of tl1e roughened material into
tl1e more sedate, solemn-faced finished 1Jl'Ol1llClf,+t11C Senior.
And 1lCl'G we are see1ni11gly standing at the Golden Gate of the West, looking out
over that broad expanse of water, the Ocean of Life. Over the gate is stretched our
arch, upon which is seen tl1e word GRADUATE, rendered golden by the waning sun
of our four years' college life. Q '
But who of us have built a vessel of theoretical a11d practical knowledge strong
Clltjllgll to sail under tl1e arch and away! This is left not to ourselves, but to our
Maker. Yet one tl1i11g is true, if we do embark we will carry with us tl1e stamp, the
seal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, tl1at we may be k11own by our good
work, no 111atter where we journey.
Now, as the end of our four years is near at hand, it is with some regret that we
think of leaving. llc have 1nade new acquaintances and in some cases life coni-
panions. Our duty l1ereafter lies in separate fields, so naturally we must give to each
otl1er and to P. X S. tl1e parting grip of farewell and wish eac11 and every one the best
J. L. SUOY,
H1'.Y f01'1'a71 .
Uhr Gliuir. 15112
Srninr Ollami Qbftirrrz
Prvsidvalf .... ..... . NNY. CIl1:1s'l'fm1'll1ilwIN
Firs! IYllll'-f71'L'Sl.l?'l'llf- . . ..-- I - .5 .I- NIHRNIS
Svcond I'in'-P1'v.v1'dr11f. . . . . . . . .
Treasz1rU'. . .
Histuriazz .... , . .
S'e1'gva1'1f-flfiflrms. . . . . .
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Au Cilir Lilinir. 15112
AIJIQINS, .Nm XY., KKIAKA Huntington, XY. Ya.
Wuxi' lllijfrll'-l'ffSCC repurt Cmiwliclatcfl Gas Cn.
tfvllmcll 15.111111.-ffE1'uptii:ns lwufl and frequent.
.hlflffitll 15.111111.'l.iL'llQl'Ell enipliysema and tympanicity
ull peiuissimi. Cranial lmx enlarged, nothing
prchent nn aspiratilm. llacillus aerogenes capsu-
latus present in great numbers.
Pmgfalosis-G1.ml if not 1JLlllCllll'Cl'l,
T1'vnt111t'11ff:Xttacli a ireter and keep away from F1-ee
Ifjvifufvlzfhily light has girlie, my soul I pass,
Sume unkind friend blew Qut my gas.
.'XN1i1-,i:Lf.nN, .Xximiixv A. Redinmirl Utah.
Andy is une mf the lirst of uni' ailing cmwcl tif
neurasthenics to crmie up fm' this "medical" examina-
tion. He is une of tlmfae rare, quiet weste1'ne1's, wht,
is typical except for his utter indifference tu past his-
tury 01' present progiiosis. We advise hini to use a
little more "salve,"
.-X1:ERsuI.DfA silent iran, little lciimvn.
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past. just 111 make this 1'e1'111'11 111111-Q 1111111111ctQ f111'
future Vefereilces, 11:1 it he 11111011 111211 21 1161111111 111111111-
tion of his 11111t1ess 212111115 has 11121116 11115811110 the 116-
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33 Elgr Qllinir. 1512
lil-QNX!-l'l"I', Eim'.xRlm C. Fayetteville, NV. Va.
Pax! Hzlrfm'-vf'lll1e Fayetteville puliceiuan refuses to
Cfvllcrnl l5.1'ClHl.7KllCl'OSC0lJlC, not macroscopic.
Sfwrial 1f.rnuz.-Sliort actively motile bacillus C011-
stantly present in our eyes, ears, throats and
Pl'l7'ff1lC!.fl.f1TllC law will take its course.
Trmlumzf--Cateli baeillus and hit it gently on the head
with an ax.
Iffituflzilbtist l znn, returned to dust.
If the Lord doesnt get me, the devil must.
ISIFFAR, Huuu' M., dv A E College Point, N. Y.
Cnnzplaizzt---Mental disturbances. A
us, tu see oursel's as ithers see us."
Gt'lIt'l'41! E.l'LIIlI.+NOlllll'lg of nute.
Sfvrial 5.111111.-Clmleeystitis with exudatiun tu the
surface and eruetatiuns of heated atmosphere.
Pl'Ofjl1USl.Y-,'5xllj'tl1lllg goes in New Ytirli.
Trcatnzrlzf-A trip tw the cannibal islands with a large
Case of XX'm'ceste1'slii1'e Sauce.
Efvz'faf1lz+l died in the interests of science.
l died ytmuiig.
BI1RNABIf7.X man who gets at front seat and minds his Own business.
Glu' Qlliuir. 1912
l3ull.l.il.xl:'l', llaunx' I.. t"IZrill p, 'DH ll
filcn Knelf, l'a,
lfxecntive Cuminittee, l'fll-'ll
we can give.
BROWN, .lUSl'fPH S'r1QwAR'r t"joe"J, 111 X
Business Manager CLINIC, 1910-'ll.
"joe" wears his beard in every style, froin sulc-
boards to Yan Dyke. His rise in life has lmcen rapid.
Beginning as plow-hwy he has risen step hy step: store-
keeper, post-master, har-keeper, constable, lmarber and
undertalierp then, well wearied, he cast it all aside tn
study medicine. lle is a hard wi,n'lcer, but linds tizne
enough to run down home about eight times a year tn
vote. lYe had implicit faith in "blue" till one day in an
unguarded moment he told us of a little widow back in
the Juniata country. A little widow is a dangcrnus
thing. He chews llrown Klewl.
llARNI-124-FOI' editorial fame he r-nee did scar.
llut. like Foes "Rarcn." "Never Klwre Y"
".llr1ll s fannlv lnstnrv is all l'1Qlll.lDLll lnsnvii 111 t
has exposed him In maddening dangers. lf anything
develops suddenly we will give hizn slime hyflin
phnhiated rahlmit-juice and treat sylnptutlis as thu
Since the almnre was written he has shin
syniptnns nf the mental depressive type and wants tt
be alt ne. llut he is usually fnund at wnrlc. and we
hope he is nnly in love and needs nu treatment th it
llc sziyi that lic has nut inlicritefl El clizitlicsis for any-
Xkillfflltlwll flifclnsus a plivsiwlfmqical cause fin tlizit
Glu' Lilinir. 1512
L'.xx.xx'.xx, .linux lf., flv B II lQix'c1-limt, ll. I
Sccrctziry zinrl 'l'rczm1rcr Clinic, l'llil-'ll.
wry small, :intl situutccl lem' clfvwn fin the sczicozlst
May lac tliztt is the rczisiin lic is c:u'l1':ctic.
Rf rgm. All
Sig. Une tczispmnifiil in XX'2llL'l' t. i. cl.
C1l1ais'1'1+1-iiiiusnx, XX'11.L,x1m l"Cliris."l.'fl1Rll l
Salt Lillie City, L'tzili.
'Clirisf' li cspcciztlly piwticl uf his family l1isto1'y.
ng xrfwsc tliznn oniis :incl zt lrzilil liezifl. lnsncctilm
'Gals thc fart tlizit lie is wry cliesty, lint further in-
5 , 1
1flitirwn,:ln1l tlic patient is cxcusecl.
lilfI.I,-ulliullltl l were El Sultan. tllcn :n llzuczn lirl rlcnizlnfl.
'l'lizit nu other ruler tmnlcl equal in this in' any ntlicr lunflf'
llc lizul lu flcciclc fur ll lung tiinc lmcfiiru wc even
fwuncl tlic Stzltc from wliicli lliis lvziticnt Qzunc. ll is
l?iugf1m.vi.1iE1it ziiiiiwlvzi liyftwlilicii.
P1'ogf1m.vi.vf1lowil fm' tlic pzuiciil. Slim- will lic xvcll
Afiifafili- Nlnlic lizutc sliwxvly.
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36 Elm' Qllinir. 1912
Cos'1'.XNZo, RAl.I'll Enwmcn 1Cozziel, XZX
New Haven, Conn.
Here he is! He found life too frivolous at Yale so
he drifted here in his second year. 'Foo much cannot
be said of this talented young man. His attainments
as a comedian have aroused the jealousy of Mont-
gomery and Stone. He only devotes two hours per
day to the girls, but that is little enough when one con-
siders his popularity. He has "Chickens" enough to
start a poultry farm. He is well thought of.
CoL'i1ll1,lx, Ci1.xm.i-is I". l"Chuck"l Auburn, N. Y.
Executive Committee, lllll-'l2.
Inspection immediately tells us that this man has
lived in New York, has been a railway conductor, a
newspaper reporter, a detective and a politician. XYhat
medicine has not been tried on him?
llc will give an alterative and proceed with the
expectant method of treatment. The interpreter tells
us that this man denies all knowledge of the past: and
he is too small to see-so we will have to "pass him
llieowx-Horriblv stuffed with epistles of war.
Eli? Qllinir, 15112 37
CILXIH, 'lost-Lvn SIIIQICALXN, 'DX
llookersville, XY. Yu.
I listorizm, l'1lU-'ll.
, . . . . ,
to assuage his thirst for medical lore. l.ilfe llenrx
Clay, he aspired to he president, hut on learning tht
were cast his pride was unruliHed. He is at good fellow,
and a good student, and may his trihe increase.
CRI-iws, .-XI.I!liR'l' XY., fb X
Alderson, XY. Ya.
Member Executive Committee, 1911-'12,
May the Lord forgive him for being born in XYest
Virginia, no one else will. How could that harren and
rock-bound State produce one so exact in all his acts.
He has improved wonderfully since his Freshman
year, when he told Dr. Fort the dose of Magnesium
Sulphate was one-half grain well diluted. He already
has his girl picked out, so the rest of them needn't
make eyes at him. He will practice back in the diggins
and we wish him all that he could wish for himself.
BUl2BI'l"l'-XYC cannot sity here what should be said, for if we did a libel suit might
Illns strzughtfspined, hlack-liznrcfl, luoiieslflorilsnig
specimen came lu us from the L'niversity Hi We-t Yirf
ginia. lflaving exhausted the fount uf knowledge :it
that historic institution he came tru the licml waters
grave responsibilities of olitice he decided it was :ill
vanity and vexation of spirit. so that when the lots
lJl'1:1:nI-'1f, KIHRRIS .'X. illnttinsliyl lliwvlclyii, N. Y.
cnlniiy recently freizn New llzlven. Snall, slcnclcr.
rlzirl-Q, vcry tzilkzitirc, intelligent at tinics, displays El
lzirgc full :intl trzwcls with llnlrlstciii. The nurses like
RS Elin' Glinir. 1512
V , 1 , - .
ljRlSL'Hl.L, XX Il.I.I.XXI I., l nil., dvk
blcwctt City. Ginn.
Scui'ctz1ry Class, l'1lll-'ll.
llc spcnt threc wccks in ll lying-in hnspitzil where
hu lczirncfl tu write zi gnntl hznifl, zicumiwliiigly the class
clcctccl liiin sct'i'ct:iry. llc has Zl swcct vnicc :incl the
girls sin' hc has taking wziys. llc spends his spare
time arguing with Klzick zihnnt what tirne the four
.fclnck train rcziclics lcwctt Citr.
A child uf the Ghettn, zi incmher uf the fnreign
iiin. NYC twnii:1iuiicl hini tu :ill suffering humanity.
l'lI..xt'iQ-ff"l :nn Sir flrziclc. and whcn l ripe my infmnth let no fling lnzn'k."
Ehr Ulliuir, 12112
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40 Elin' Qllinir. 1512
l':RllflJAl.-KN, Lows, ldv A E lialtiinore, Md.
C0111pluizzf-Alammrinal consumption of inedicine.
Cfvzzfuzl EILIHI.-lFlIl2llSl. Eats them alive.
Sfvmitzl E.ram.-Great swelling over angular Gyr.
lllood shows enormous numbers of Anobiuni
Paniceum lliook wornisl.
Proglmsis-Goocl if not caught.
Q"1'mf111v11t-flnoculation with Colgan Bacillus.
Efitajvlz-Russia is too cold for ine. I have gone to
a warmer clinie.
FRIEDMAN. Lows MARCUS, IIJA E .-
New York, N. Y.
Cuzzzflaiazt-Tlie public does that. .Q
Paar History-Not lit for publication. Q
Gvzzvral E.ram.-Talks like a Seidlitz Powder.
Sfcr1'aI E.l'ClH1.7SllO1't bacillus with vacuole in upper
end surrounded by a thin layer of protoplasni.
"l'1utinsky's" reilex greatly exaggerated.
T1'vu1'nzv111'fLarge doses of Bichloride or Cremation.
Effifaflzgllistakes will happen. 1 ani it.
BRENNEN-He hath never fed on the dainties that are bred in a book.
Elin' Qlinir, 15112 ll
flIC1m.xi:'r, XX'll,i,1.'xAr lfmxvus, 1-1 N li
'llhis mlm has nut hccn lll'lflk'l' i1l1svi'x':tlifli1 lung
cntmgli fm' us tn fliscuvci' rlciinituly :my wuzik pwint-.
llis syiiilmtimis arc all vziguc. 'llhu wnly sign hu hn-
is in the funn of at YCl'j' small gruwlli un his uppui
lip, anrl nuliocly can tell anything fimm that.
GILDAY, .1 ,xniis L. l"Gil"m, fb B II
XYe won't say what is the matter with "Gill" lt
makes him mad for us to say it, and he is too gimfl
natured land too higl to tease. Oni' colleague thinks
that he has a big heart, but we think he hasn't any.
He waddles when he walks, but that clues not mean
CRllF'1'ON7Nig'llI after night he sat and lvleurcti his eyes with limiks.
42 Uhr Qliuir. 1512
lSm.ns'i'iiiN, ,'Xl.l1IilQ'l' E1.i.xs 1"tlolcly" 1, 111 A E
New Haven, Conn.
Advertising Manager Cr,1Nlc, 1010-'ll.
After getting this man's history we were su1'p1'isecl
not to find in him any "Scorlaic resonance." After all.
what is in a history? man's past is his own,"
and from the cheerful way in which "Goldy" looks
upon affairs in general, we are inclined to give a favor-
Gc'i'iiia1ii, .lABll-:S R., li XII Romney, XY. Ya.
Qitilllfltllllf-lllS4Nllllllll. Has only slept 23 hours anfl
39 minutes during past UYBIIIB'-fwlll' houis.
Pax! Hisfm'VvfFor gentlemen only.
6101101111 E.i'm11.-No appreciable movement.
.Special If.1'u111.fAtriiphy of levatoi' Valpehrae Muscle
lfroni lack of use lg: Trypanosoma Gamhiense
lparasite of sleeping-sickness! present in blood in
l?iug11usi.vfNot made. Patient late for autopsy.
7iI't'llf11IClIlL-XYC are not familiar with the therapeutics
of his Satanic Majesty.
Iffiifizplzfkt last I rest in peace.
Cm:I.'xN-leley, what a clattering is here! Une would think hell hail hmlien loose.
X l'llI,l.lS, F. N. Ntirfttlli. Yirginizt.
Twenty-nine years trlfl ztncl mztrrierl. lit-rn in 'V ima"
lH6UglH11Cl.ll Reeeivetl his lJl'Gll1l'lllLll'j' Ct'lllC1lllHl1 in
the town of Ltnnclong was .tn speztlcing' termx with
Yictoriw Rev. ll. R. ll. Eclwztrcl, the Duke uf Yurlq
and the town hztiliff. Caine to Atueriezt till the Klux'-
Hower and settled in Rielinitmtl. .X ehztrter tneinher
of the "Back frmn Elhzt Cluhf' .X well-tle-erriug.
hard-working fellow, with at grzteitvtis perwnitlitx' llc
Ellyn' Lllittir. 15112 it
. , 1 ' . -
ll.txx,x, l.t,N,l.xxttx 5,xl:f.t,x'1, 1-1 A X
than uxuztll high hrtiw llut whztt ix the uw? Wit
:tll thztt he lx pi'-tltztlth' ht-ttt-1' than ue.
ias at great future hehiucl him.
COFFMAN+.-X patient pludtler, like the turtuise. he ntzty tx in if tht- Entre Twin tztil :flu-it
"ll'e :tru :tll tlwettirs ltert-," :tntl lt-t tn HIM-1'x't' mir'
fully the Klum" uf thix. pqttit-iitl timttltlt-. .Xe ht- :tp
pmztt'l1t's. llultft' tht- thu v:trt-tul puree 1.1 llle httflv. tht
sliztrp hues :tmttml hix uiuuth thztt Nltttw wltert- ttwt-rn
trztinetl lllll5L'lL'N gttztrrl tht- unruly nit-tuht-r, tht- tnifut
44 Elin' Gliuir, 15112
lIui,l,.xNi1, t'.xi.x'lN QX., fl' X, 4-1 N IC
Xlltsliiiigtmi, ll. Ll.
Xnmetl Lifter bltihn Calvin, tif Iieftwiiizttitm fzune,
thuugh he inherits little uf the lzitter's religiuus ten-
mleneies. He is El efwinmuter canning over from the
Xlhite lluuse every inurning after he has answered
the tvtheizil mail. lle is El perstmzil frienrl of Pauline
l'lllRWI'I'Z, Mutants T., CDA E llriclgeptirt, Ctinn.
Past Plisful'-x'iSee 'Police Gazette.
Gvizvral .E.l'LlHI.f'llllC evirlenee is nut all in.
Sfwrfal If.ra111.-A large cavity surruunclecl by Z1 thin
layer tif pimtuplusin lillecl with hot air.
Pl'l1fjIIUSlJ'-,llll6 state will provide.
Trctitllzrzzt-.-Xclvisecl tu see Dr. Crippen.
Efvifafifz-Kincl friencls I sun getting iny clesserts,
Please send ine swine asbestos shirts.
CAL!lXYpXRllfNZltUl'C hath frznnecl strange creatures in her timeg in thee she hztth done
EI11' Gliuir. 1512
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will s11111v 211t1t11r1e,
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JANIVQR, BIANUICI. R. S2111 .1UE11l, 1jc11't11 Riew.
C0111f1Ia1'11f-Loss 111 voice.
Past H1SfOI'1X'fQL11C11 sabe,
Gv11f'1'11I E.1'an1.-A111'1e111211' only.
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petual series 111 ex11111s11111s 111 the gas111111e-111111111
T1'c11-11110111-C111 1111 the gasoline 211111 use 21 11111ff1e1'.
Ef11'1'aj1f1-1 died t11 save mv 11111112111 1i1l1,
llefore t11ev c211lec1 me 1 C11S1lCf1 111.
15XYY1fR7,1111C xvorld 1q111111'S 111111111153 111 115 g1'c:11es1 1111-11.
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411 Ein' Qlinir. 1912
jinixwx. I.. I7,xl,li, lx xl'
l.i1ci'zn'y Iirlimi' L'l.iNlx'. l'PlO-'ll. Vrcsirlcnt. V110-'1l.
Llvzzifhiiizt-I,m4 .if weight.
Ilixt lI1',vi'm'.x'-Ile is mzn'1'icd. tl1ci'efm'c we 1'efi'z1in.
lfvizrriil E,l'U1lI,7,'Xii hunee vieihlc rin casual examina-
tiiwn. cxcept lwtlmtli pmtiwii uf tcrnpinnl.
Sfrviiil E.1'tI77I.-ARCYCZHS zidlicsiiqiif hctween ensiforni
czirtilagc and fpinal mhnnn.
lffiiafili-I,im1. I znn thinlcb.
liiiimzii, Vi-1'i'i-QR i..XXYKl'.XkAl-1 1"l'etc" r. X Z X
i,2lXYIllCi'iCY. R. I.
Suci'ctai'y, 1'1U"51ff?. .XriYCl'Ii4il1g KIz1i1:1gci'CI.1Xlc.
1"l4'?-'11, Xizilcmiiclfwiilii. Wil,
"I'ctc if zi lwciwiicil-mix -fthcc hi-hicii In high sulnml
hc wsu prcfideiit of the cichating s-icicty, he has served
:N clin'nhci'iii:ii1i in :in illxliflllhlil fin' the feehle-minrlefi.
at thc fame time hwlriinq the iiiwitii-11 uf trcasurei' nf
the Larliw' Kid Sficicty. XYQ ihr1i't sec hi-xx' he getf
ziwny with it. A'l'ctu" Veficiex in the Village of Hial-
hiw-li. and 'fn fiwxty ni'ii'ningQ une can fee him l'l1l1-
ning eiwxwii tw the spring in czirpet flippcrx :ind pajamas
tw hiicak the ice fm' his ini-rning ahhitiwn. Ile i'ead4
the Laiiici Hliiiim ,I-inrniil :hifi I.:1ui'a -lean I.ihhy's
"Pint Aid 1-i XXl1uiicicd Hearts."
lJiii'f'.ii'1'x-"1 1. tell nw, lwctty' niziicicn.
.-Xrc thwc any ini-n'e at hfwnie like y1ni?"
Glu' Ollinir, 15112 17
Chairmzm Excculivc Cu111mittcu. 1911-'1Z.
FUIIINUX' H1'.vfu1"v-Ex'c1'yluwily hillilby.
asf Hi,vfm',x'-Ncgatiw. cxccpt fm' thc fact that al-
though he dues hut use tmhzmuw, hc cut lmth serv
of teeth U11 cigars and grow up with one in each
limlrmlu, 13112014111-1 A.
N , . ,
' lxux1m11x,l4uu'f'z.l., l'na.1,.,X ZX
L'11iw11 City, ,ItL'Illl,
Llrllllffllfllf' 'Viv Ilumfwm.
lftllllflj' ll1'.vln1'y' IJc11uwI':1lin',
l'4I.vf ffixfffl'-N'-fY1vl1 fhlllvl :uk xuvh 1w1'-Inlnl 11111--lifm
in Tclmcsscc. It init safe.
001101111 l3.l'lIIlI.f'ltL'1'llL'l'Ill11I'L' IUIJ 4lug1'uw C.
.S'fu'r'iu! lf.1'u111.-l7il'I1-I1-111i:1I Cwlllfl lf: tw 1,
Cf. 0. lifliick CX2lQICl'2l1L'll.
Vulyi lion glfiltlj' in 1111-1,1mml-.-x':u1u'.
l71'4r!fl1n,vi.x"wXYc rlmft liku tw wry.
T1'm11'111u11f-N1wrmzll salt wlulimu illkltllfl uf ll1'y:m
Aclvifccl Ur crmsull IJ11 lhmlqcl' 'lf
fltffftlfjlfl7l'g2llliZQl1 wc gct thu vfelu. Ibiwrgzuuizw
A-xx'-Uei11g' 21 marricd man. he is well versed in "c1'ihs."
1 I i Hixcidxny Rockville, Conn.
Elgr Gllinir. 1512
lii'ui,xi.xN, hlUSIIlClM XY., GTX Ursina, Pa.
lly rights this fellow should have graduated last
year. XYhen he returned home after his Sophomore
year he found that the hacillus typhosus had invaded
his anatomy and after the battle was over he was laid
up a year for repairs. He occupies a seat ill the pall-
hearers' row in the class room and takes every lecture
verbatim, even the sneezes, coughs and pauses are
duly recorded, together with the applause from the
gallery. He will be a tall oak in his profession.
A scion of the house of David, of the trihe of
Levi. Came to P. K S, well recommended and has so
conducted himself as to justify his testators. XYas
formerly a vendor of pills and patent medicine, hut
the State cocaine ordinance induced him to lay aside
the spatula for the scalpel. He will locate in hleru-
salem, where he will do special work in palmislry.
Look out for forest fires along the quiet hill sides of
lJ1t.'xL'ciIN-A pretty white piece of humanity, kindly disposed towaid ueixhodx xx 1th
malice toward none.
Elin' Cflliuir. 15112 49
l Loma, llI'INvlAMIN ll. t"l1ennie"p, fb X
lloney Grove, l':i.
"joe, l think we ought to read zi little llistolfigy
"l do too, llen, lieeause he hasn't got ns in a long
So they sit and read the teachings of Dr. XleCleary
for live liours. llen is 21 bright-eyecl, rlzwk-liairerl little
chap, with a lady-killer smile. The girls say "Yes he's
little, but OH MY l" He's strong on athletics and he
won the game in his Freshman year hy catching a long
drive to center. .loe and Ben make the strongest team
in the Class at times when eo-operation is most needed.
NIAN, .ALBERT EUGENE, IDA E
XVhen this man was asked about his nationality and
his past occupation he merely pointed to his Nmap."
XYe submit that "map" for your inspection and ask
you what he asked us when he tirst showed it to us.
"Isn't it suggestive F" But that is no disgrace.
DUNN-H6 wears the marks of many months well spent.
Of virtue, truth, well tried and wise experience.
'IPR1 13 1940
511 Elpr tflinir. 12112
Klvklxiiux, XX'lI,I.I,XNI 'I'. i"Xlzic"J
f 'thc pllst, the prcsciit :mil thu fututc.
RIlfNI7l'iI.HFl", Muiuus I., fb A E. llztltizitiwc. Md.
Cmazjilizfzifsl Plmsctirc. 4
Ftlllllifj' IliXfUI'-Vffiill1'llSiif'. livcclsky. diedsky.
Past 1lz'.vfm'-v+'l'lit- lmlicc are trying tm find out.
GUIIUIIIZ 13.111111i11i11'iff11+XYQ pimiiiiscri not to tcll.
Sfwuitil E.1'a111f11af:'f'11f.,X1izi11'liistic tC1'lCiCl1L'iCr.
liimiiibslcyk sign present.
P1-nW1051QcfGmurl if thc Iiussizm Secret Service
clfieeift get him.
T1'm1z'111v111'fKCc1i ztwzty from I'attc1'sfm.
lff'1'fufil1ffLift- is mic dzmincil thing after 2'l1luIilL'l'.
LJIXHN+f7l1I' Eskayk fo-,id Luffy: fLllAI1iSi16r at tcstiiiifmial to luvpulztl' infant foods
lu the si'iiplc1ii'QIix "Mt"'iw1ti linvc tht- wliiilc stmx
Elpr Qlliuir. 15112 51
Alniueis, b,xxii's4,i, I.. lvl' Nlllrgilillfnyii, XX, Xu,
.. .. . .
l'irsl XlK'K"l,l'i'Nllll'lll, l'lllf ll,
Clflizfiluilil 'lihe girls.
lluxf fllY.Yfl71'-X' -lust girls.
Gvflvrul lf,1'i1111il1f1liffzz-llxrliiflc girls.
Sfwriill l3.l'1Il1lI'lIllflfPII-' liyes react in girl- :infl
poelcellllmlc acmiiliiimlzlles lu same. Visual veiner
liypertrmlpliierl til emiipeiiszlle fur excessive use 'lf eyes
Prog1mx1',v-llarl, fur the girls.
Trvaflllffzf-IXlm'e til 'liurlqey fir lftali.
Efvzlafvlz-Lm'e your neigliliilr clearly, as the gfwl
book says. I clirl.
Make sure that she's single, if yilu live in lle-L
Nlmais, L1-Zsrliu lfmxcis. EH .x,fbX
His looks are promising, hut mere looks are fre-
quently misleading. Hmveyer, in this ease, he may he
taken at par, The whisp of shredded wheat attached
to his nether lip is distressing. lle has taken three
bottles of Mrs. Pinlchanrs favorite as an antidwte. hut
to no avail. lYe reeilmmencl cyanide. Norris has sex'-
eral medals which he XYUII for hravery rin the tennis
Court while at Holy Cross.
lQI.l,1s-Xilllliiig lint ll crazy lUlJ1'l.
Alllsl pmol' Yorriek, l knew him well.
52 Uhr Qlliuir, 1912
CYBRIEN, THoM,xs .I,xMEs t"'l'o11i"t, CDX
Providence, R. I.
This happy Hibernian furnishes a concrete example
of what American environment and influences can do
for an exotic from Cork. He is fully naturalized and
speaks the language with great fluency. He says the
Dutch settled New York and the lrish settled the
Dutch. As an obstetrician he is Dr. Dobbin's very
own. His troubles have already begun. He's married.
PAUL, FRANK, QIPBH Baltimore, Md.
C0IIIfPIUiIlf-.'XlTC1'llEllC attacks of 'llachycardia and
Past HlSft7I'.X'-ljl'CSCl'YCfl in Formaldehyd.
Gfllcral E.l'tHlI.-fFlllZ1lS about May l5thb. Pulse
variable between lO and SOO. Hind blank until
questions are up, then active.
.S'fm'iaI E.rauz.-Neyer had to take any, but always
expected to and so was disappointed.
Progfmsiv-Good. Immune to all infectious diseases.
Trcrltizzczlt-lnoculate with dead cultures of Biffar
Ef'ifajvl1aDon't call St. Paul, make it hell 47.
They required exams. to get into Heaven.
Eixsrox-He has the making of a good fellow if he stays in a civilized country long
Elin' llliuir. 1512 53
o I'o1m1,,hlol1N XX nhox, Blu.
. l,1ter:n'ylLrl1lor QLINIC, 1'1llJ- l l.
Cllllllflflllilllw Ileart troulmle.
Pax! llixlurhv-I'ulnlishefl later in three yoluinew.
.S'jn'rial lf.rz1u1-l'ereussion sliows greatly enlarger
puncture wouncls of the ljCI'lCZll'fllUlll.
Pmff11n.r1',v-Rough on the female heart.
fair sex until old laeeration heals.
lffviiafifzflie guiclefl liy my fate. dear friencl.
Don't allow your heart to soften,
Perhaps l clicln't love so well,
llut l surely loved too often.
Pour, CECIL CDMARI, A T A K XII
Clarksburg, XX'. Ya.
Couzfvlaiazf-Pain in the preeordial region.
Past His1'm'yfMoclesty forbids.
Gc'11r1'aI E.1't1lll.-Dl'CSSCS well. Host noticeable cloth-
ing being l1reeehes-of-promise suits.
.Slf76't'1'Uf Exam.-Numerous laeerations of the peri-
cardium are apparent, but no lesion of the heart
itself can be found.
PI'0gllL7SI.S7DClCS not like to be out of fashion, so will
adopt the latest XX'est Yirginia Style,-cross
stripes and ankle bracelets.
TVCUfHlc'llf-COl1SLllll Dr. Adkins.
Efifafvlz-I have followed my practice. He died.
ENDFIT'fLD4ff thy hair and brains were to change places, balcl-headed nw-i1lilQt thou he
heart, and the Huoroseope reveals inmlmeralmle
T1'vum1vl1ffSl11iulcl he kept from the moiety of the
54 Elin' Gliuir, 1512
Ql'll.l,AN, I l'l'IS l..UVRl'fNt'l'f, fb X Letart Falls, O.
lYe hesitate tn inzike zu clizignnsis uf this case. lwle is
su unuhsti'usix'e. ll'e have haul liletective llurns
Sll2lflUXY him fm' weeks, hut little cuulrl he lezirnecl uf
his private life. His pzirticulzu- flc-light seems tu he in
sticking in his muiii im' nights zilune with his pipe and
hooks. He has an affinity, but what nurinal medical
student hasn't. He will practice with his limtliei' in the
Riiiisiin, Nuiuiiixx lhmxin' Camp lflill, Pa,
Yice-l"i'esiclent, 1910-'11, -
For one su young one wuulcl hardly suspect a deep-
seated alitinity for the female of the species, yet, alas,
such is the case. Since the ineinory of man runneth he
has heen the daily recipient of claintily-scented ancl
clelicately-tinterl notes from soinewhere. Wie don't
like the way he parts his hair, but this aspersion may
he flue to professional jealousy. He knows his stuff
and after all thzit's what puts you on the stage at
l9I.lix1lN41ff"'l':1ke hiin tu thy protecting zirins,
XYith :ill his youth and all his Cll1ll'llli.H
Uhr Olliuir, 15112 55
Rimini-Ziws, SIINIA .IHIQICATIAII l"IJeacffi1" 1, flf li ll
Deep Valley, l'a.
Vresiflent Y. Nl. C. ,X.
iNfJ'1'lf-IJC was examined by the light of the
Scnwixiqrz, LEONARD O., -:DX
Comes from Tarentuni, a little village down on the
canal of Nuek. This sturdy Scandinavian is a boon
companion of Reeser and very naturally takes well
with the girls. Little can be said against this felloxvg
in fact we have seen a great deal worse types of citi-
zens than he. He reads the Saturday Evening Post
and is a normal inhabitant of the Gayety.
l7I,uRA-:X man of honor, of noble and generous nature,
56 Elia' Gliuir. 1511 2'
Su1'1"1', lil'fl,RlZlf Y. l"Scotty"1, QD li XII, fll B Il
Xkeirton, XY. Ya.
17ixfwixitio1ziS111l1lJ1.1rh lyou ezm tell it hy his muleish
walk 1. llut it looks as if he will he still able to
wiggle his ears after some of us are out of the
Srlixxxwx, A1,1fx.xND121a C. lQ"Slippe1-y"V1, 111-B H
His original mzmner of zxpproacli immediately at-
tracts atteiitioii. llve will be wary. Perhaps he is not
sick. ln any event, we think he ought to take a vaca-
tion and engage in wine sport which he likes. XYe
will advise him to go tu Mexico and shoot bulls.
F.'XLI,f1X-'il can speak on any subject."
Elirfwinxir, 15112 57
, . , , .. ..
5lil'1.fxll,xN, XX II.l.l.'XM l,., glue, lahas "Hill, "l1nll, "XM
l,." Hllillifrlisf' Hlvillief'"fiiI'ls,"L'l1,'.l.X ZX
New llaven, Cltllll.
'llreasureiy l'Ptl'I9llJ. Secretary, l'fll-'12,
'llhis elieerful-looking inrliviilual snllers from
Vliolomzmia, a rare disease discovered by ,l'.sei1I:i1mis
in the early sixties. Ile visits his pliologivipliei'
monthly and the very walls of his Vwurlll bear ready
witness to his pleasing plivsiognoniv. Ile has posed
in every position from the knee-chest to the rlorsal
deeuhitns, including the famous "Napoleo1i's farewell
to his tl'oo1Js" posture. llis blood picture done in oil
by one of the old masters is a thing uf beauty and a
j-iv forever. XYe think well of llill and would like to
see him get along.
SMITH, EDWARD P., CIP BH ljunxsutawney. l'a.
Poor Smith has an obsession tand Larry will hear
me out in the statementl. From the beginning to just """
beyond the end of everv argument, he stoutly allirms
that he is absolutely right. XYe will not suggest anv-
tliing, because he would suggest something "be-tter"
tand would likely be rightl.
FLovD-Cheer up. Pat, there is no hell. but the worst is yet to come,
58 Uhr Qlliuir. 191.2
String hluux 1.YNL'll l,lCJ.lS2ll1lfX'1l1C, New jersey.
Grind Etlitm' CLINILT, 10103113 llistnrian, 1911-'l2.
A happy Uriental, whnse nanie was originally
l'lOl'-WAN-SUY, changed to Sooy, pronounced
something like "C DlYC'Jl." llis entire voeabulary Con-
sists of arljectives, which he pours forth incessantly
when in a state of virulent ebullitiun. He and janer
room together and eat peas with the same knife. liVil1
specialize nu eliimpncly.
Sl'.'XNIlI,IfR, l'ixi'1. C. l"lJawlt" J, GD N E112 X
Thorpe, XY. Ya. 1
ll'ho's lYhu and lYhy for 11112 says this personage
is a member of XYest Yirginia peerage and that he is
nutecl fur his inquiring dispusitimi. llis frequent in-
terpnlatiun uf "Say Uncle" has aclrlecl tw the gayety of
nations. He has written a thesis un "The Aclventures
nf Henry lYarcl lieeeher in the Sewers of Paris." lle
is the butm cumpanion uf llimllancl. " 'Say Uncle' have
you heard anything yet?"
lfINNliR'l'Y+"iXlX' ligure was never of a divine 1n'iapcn'tin1i, anrl as for my face, nature
made it against her wishes."
Elpv Qllinir. 1512 HJ
Sl'IQ.XlCM.XN, .lou N Ifivxxviw f"t'liief" p, X Z X
, . 1 . - 1 , . . '
hull Club, l'JlJW. Czuilziiii Niplii,iii.,i'e
llztsket-hztll 'llL'Illll, l'llU.
while in SCllHHl. up to this time he has only given
Sifixks. vlosiirit KIM.-Xiz'i'iii'i4, QDX
Suininersville, XY. Ya.
Ladies and gentlemen, kinclly look at the picture
again. Did you ever see the like of itwwe wot not.
llut clon't smile, gentle rezuler, he exurt help it. :X goucl
fellow in every sense of the xwml. lf we were askerl
to pick the most popular fellow in the class it would
he Spinks, with initigziting eiivuinstanees. There!
21 reason. He! 'W 4-V100 per eent. pure. llziy West
Virginia senrl us niziny more like him.
lil.Xl.liHXYSlil7"NlCll may come and men mziy go.
lint l Ntny .in forever."
Nice-I l'L'SlllClll, lflflfl-10, Lziptzun llreNliin:in Iam
llis height is six euhitw :incl it spun. Hn learning th it
'PD per cent. uf all flenthf iieeur in hell, he fleuiflerl to
spurn fleilth in this igiifiiiiiiiiuliw mxuinerg lienee.
sits up ull night zmil rezuls Medical ljizigiimis, john
is writing' ll hook on Anaesthesia, whieh will he fi
soon. His aunbition is to zulminister 1,OUU:11izestl1et1w
hut hopes tu eoinplete the numher hefore -lune l-t
on Elin' Qllinir. 15112
Si'i:wn'i.s, GLW M., fb B II, Clziysville, Venn.
This is zi emnely lass with Nell lirinlcley eyes and
hair il la nwireelle. ln him native village he has mine
reputzitiiin as the inriginal lzitly killer. I'Ie is a front-
Seater when Em 'lizinguziy wines tit tmrn. 'I'he hetting
odds ure 3 to 2 that he Curries UH' the gmzit-slciii. We
rl0n't zillim' iiuhiicly tn say niithing' hzirsh zihimut Guy.
SULLIVAN, Lim S.
Fall River, Mass.
CitllllfllllhllfffxillllWllllll distaste for ladies' society.
Past Hi5f01'xvf'lil1e ladies refuse tu testify.
Cfrlivrcil E.rn111.gEinbryulogiezil development shows
fnur stages. Monuinental, Gayety, Empire and
.S'f'Ct'I.tII lf,l'Lllll.-E5'C5 very ziccuiiiiinvciatiiig to brown
eyes and react to sheen of Onyx lflranfl.
Trecifllzt'11z'-Marry a suffragette.
Efiitaflz-How happy could I have been with either.
Were the other dear ehariner away.
G1NTx'-:X big-hearted boy, intirin of purpose.
Uhr Ullinrir, 1912 61
Sw1flQ'1', GRUVICR C., A K K, New Ilaven, inlfrllll
Asst llus. AlflllZlQCl' Cmxn' l'1lfil-'ll.
Frm' Hz'sz'n1jvf'lllie shade ull ilI'frYk'l' prom-Rte.
Cfzzcrnf E,l'IYlll.1lJl'LlXX' on your llll1lLQ'lllZl.llfIll,
Electrical stimulation negative.
Twaflllvllz'-lleytintl nierliczll aid. 'liry rtfligifni.
'llHOMPSON, EAIQI, XAVIER, CIDX llaltiniore, Md.
Sergeant-at-Arms, lS?O8-'OSX l'resiclent, l9OU-'lO.
Did the gods err when they sought to duplicate the
divine Apollo in him? XYe think they did. Whilst his
tongue is not silvery, yet his heart is of pure beaten
gold. Personally we like him. Everyone does. He
never pitches pennies. Hes above that, he pitcher
GALLANT-'lfhll great men are deadg lllll beginning to feel bad."
.S'f7t't'1'!7f f1i.l'l7l11.--Qllllllkill lnlnorntory findings ne
ative. X-Ray negative, Neiiimlogienl testw iiegatixt
63 Ehr Glinir. 15112
YlNIk'HMILl'f, ll.XRRY XYYAN, l'11.lZ.
lll'1 mlilyll, N. X .
LAU11!f1fclfII1'7l,r'mws uf Cullllkrl uf lrvllglw.
Paxf llf.X'I'UI'.l'7Sl1l Sh! Sh l ll zmlsu Sh. Sh!
Cfuflvrul E.l'LIHI.l'llllQ crlitm' uhjccts.
.S'fn'riul E.l'llllI.-'llllC Galvanic CLll'1'Glll applied to l1ezu't
also stimulates the Hypoglossal nerve, showing a
umgellital 2lll2lSfUlllHS'lS, and 2lCL'ULllltS for the
Systolic mm'cmcnl of the tongue.
Trvufznzvlzt--I111vculzlle with Copper serum.
!fpifufv!14"Sile11ce is golden. Tl1e1'efm'c l died poor."
Newark, New jersey.
.xllllllfi 3-fm -- f-.
--lyv-X ery old ly 111 can tell lt tmm lllS lmz11'sC vrqiccl.
COlllIIlfi0lI1LOUliS like ll wiclmx'e1'.
He has no l1'lrL1lll6S.
GARLAND-F1'ie11cls grow XYllG1'CVC1' he may be.
Uhr Qllinir, 15112 fm
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XX iilil-Zrlile, 11. I.. Um, XX, Xu.
fitllllfltllllf-l Iezulzielie, etc.
Vast llixfnf'-t'-C2111 St. Paul llfitl.
tfvllrnif lf.l'llIII.fNf'Jt El nierliezil ease.
Yfuwitil 1f.l'tlHI.7ClZ1SSlCZll linrlings.
l7if1gf11n.vix-R. U. 'l'.
lffiifnfillf-lle lfwefl nut wisely hut tim well.
XYII.l,I.XRIS, Nl. ll. t"Cut'liy"l,fI1 B Il
"Marshalls" history lnegzm at Grafton, on the lj.
S O. By and by he got sn hig :intl fmt that he eoulcl
not find air enuugh hetween the hills to furnish
oxygen for his rapiclly gl't'lXYlllg znizttniny. Then his
father took hiin tu ltheeling, where there is more
room. Recently he has stunted hiniself lay ton elnse
study of the Sziturclay Evening l'nst :intl Mrs. Etlclfs
"Science and Health."
GATT1-lt is nut ulxvirs the hzml u'ni'liei' wlit- gets the best results.
Ehr Qllinir. 1512
XXFLYR-'l'-Z-E-L. Uutsiclu of that he is all right.
.ltmqvng l,1ll'IS lllmllx, X. X.
that hc is pruufl of that name. zmcl if hc is
llc claims tu hc ll clcsccnrlzmt uf XYuurl1'mx' XYilson,
whwm hu says is presimlunt uf Yulc. Thu ulnuvu stz.tc-
muut tugctlmcl' with these chlcstimlls, "llmv long has
is l:lll1lCf'?U give yuu El linc fill -ll1llilllC'r-2 trouble. NYG
lll'1ll0ll hccu g.+x'c1'1nfr uf l,Clll'IhylY2llll2l?H and "XX'hu
are when tw suggcstimms fm' Il line mf treatment.
are. Su here it gwcs on thc llistury
llrwF1fM.xN-Xlucle in l1CllI'lSj'lY2llll3. llis 111r,vtto:f"A scllofmel' lu her hanclt is worth
clrei lu flel' keg."
GII11' Glinir, 1912 1.5
he 11'i11 some 1111-l71L1g11 1111 1'ig111 if he gcts 1111-1111' 111 s1111r
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Elgr LElinir. 1912
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llis eznrlx' clsnvs xx
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'ere spent in Meorgia, where he
lit-czum' host lu the liooli XX'Hl'lll Zlllil later CUIlll'IlClCil
sleeping sickness, Ile van gm lu sleep slzinfling on one
foot :mil snore fluently for hours without losing his
ecluilihriinn. Unly the sono1'ous voice of llr. Dohhin
can arouse him, ,X gumlfiizitlircrl chzip. with a liappy
mlislmsitirni zlncl one wife.
XX'11.sox, ilsttxlz l11:1'r'roN, QIHX Rock Hill, N. C.
He is inzirrierl. lle just couldnt wait. Says there's
nothing like it. XYhen he lirst came, everyone thought
he was a post-grafluate on account of his dignified
hearing anrl rlenieannr, hut he assured us it was due
T11 the water in his country, rather than cerebral cle-
vclolnnent. He has very proiioiiiicecl views on XVOlNCl1'S
suffrage and the race prohlein.
E. W. Rose, M. D.
Xlkiclestown, West Virginia.
lll'Xll'llRlI'fS-xxvllill new plot is afoot?
Elgv Qlinir, 15112 1,7
QPEUIIIHIIIIE Ahnpirh hg tlir Ollama nf 1512
XY!-Il3R1iAS, ln thc wisilwniwt' Aliiiiglily liwl, thu uzirtlily L-xist01iCu1+l'S. lfl,l PRIIMQI4.
IIICNDICRSON has lx-cu termiiiillcrl, :xml
XVHI2R15.xs, The s:1irl S. lililrirlgu lll-iiflmswii thi' ilirue years has hp-vii 11 iiiv11ilwi'0i
thc Class of 1911, :mfl
NYH1cR1i.xs, llis cluiiiisc was lmslcneil by his M-nl iii thc pursuit ui' kii-wwlwlgu, ilu
Class ul' l9ll cwiisicler it L1 piivilvgc tw luslily tw his ii-lhlc cliamctci' :mul thciv' aiiprv-
Lizitifm of his lxxitliful uufl unliriiig mlcwltilni lu his :Hill tlicu-I'wi'c bc it
RI2s0I.YliIw, That iii his rlczuh thu Class ut' 1911 loses 11.11 cstimalilu lllU1lllR'l', wh-'sl
wise cuunsul and imseltish iiitcgrily ui' IPIIYIVUSL' xv-iii llill' him the zmflmiralti-+11 wi' his umirm
class: :xml bc it furtliui'
RIESOLVICI1, That iii umiiiiimiwmling the llCl11ll'llll'U of our fellivii'-clzissiiizilc ws vx-
teucl our deepest cmniiiiscrxitimi tn his lncrcuxm-ml wife :mil llimily.
In tcstiiiimiy wliercui' thcsc 11-suliilimis nic ulltcrurl iii the class i'uc.-mls :mil this
6llQ1'0SSll1Clll. sont to his licliwenl wifc.
l7RI'I'Z VI. Iimzizx'
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A. Lf SH.-xsxux
lf11!f1'11m1'1', fJz't'1'Il1f7z'1'f1. NH.
68 Elin' Glliuir. 1512
'hr Glnllvgr Thitnr
XYhoever knew of such an individual a century ago? No student would have
dared to issue a college paper, because "llis Klagniliccncy," the l'resident of the in-
stitution, would never have given his 'il1lll7l'lIll2lIlll'.H .-Xnd, then, journalistic work
was on about the same level as the acting of a conedian.
Not quite lifty years ago the distinguished l'rince llisnarck, of Germany, made
the remark that an Editor or -lournalist is a man who has missed his vocation.
In fact, the profession was poorly paid, and students in particular did not think of
entering the journalistic held, but-"'llempora mutanurfnfduring the last half cen-
tury a great many vocations have declined. ln the place of theologists we have
the Salvation Army, making saints easier than any Doctor of Divinity could ac-
complish: the old-time family-doctors are out of fashion, because women cry for
Castoria, the old men are rejuvenated through Peruna, and Fairbanks recommends
lluttermilk. Lawyers are hardly necessary any more, for every cause worth try-
ing at all is at the present time tried in the newspapers: yes, even the bartenders
profession is in danger through Local Option, and because every water-apostle
keeps bottled cocktail and canned mint-juleps in his cellar,
The Editor of any paper comes now to the front: he knows better how to
govern a large city than the Mayor elected by the people: he gives advice how to
run the Government of a Stateg he knows exactly what the President should do
and what he should not do. To all the a,foresaid, the Editor of the College paper
is no exception. He is hardly through with his studies. but he knows already more
about Latin than Cicero. more about Greek than Xenophon, more about Logar-
ithms than Pytagoras or Archimedes and more about Medicine than the proverbial
Dr. Eisenbartz his astonishing knowledge is not only admired by "Mike," but by
all people in Calvert Street: yes, his fame in llaltimore will soon be greater than
that of the Beer which made Milwaukee famous.
No wonder his work on this College paper has been greatly appreciated. He
not only received for his work an emolument of 9550 a day Hat, with double pay for
overtime, but the College gave him besides an automobile of the latest pattern, a
ZOO-acre farm on the Susquehanna River, where he can raise hogs. geese and chick-
ens. and, finally, a Diploma as Doctor honoris causa, with a revenue of 35,000 a year.
Truly, it pays to be an Editor.
EDMVND F. XVEBER.
No. 706 N. Milton Avenue, Baltimore, Hd.
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the tlistingnishecl-tr1-he elztss must he selected with extrater-
clinary cure and ztttentinn as In retluirenients, it was cleciderl that its nielnhers shnulcl
he clrzlftecl, nut frfnn une nr twn certain sectinns mmf Nnrth .XlllLjl'lL'Zl, which were con-
l1llllC4l within the htfu1ulzt1'ies uf the future Q'l'CZ1lCifHfllll ll.?lfllll1S,lJUf frnin the North,
the Ellsl, the West :incl the Snuth uf the entire territnry lmunclerl on the north hy ice
tlelrls, tin the west hy the l'z1citic, the east hy the .Xtlzlntic zincl tin the snuth hy the Gulf
This was Z1 gigantic tzlslc ztnrl recluireal years uf pziinstztlcing stnrly nncl etifwrt on the
part uf the tunes chtfsen fur the wtwrlq. lfinnlly, :after agreeing tilmn sixty-six men
wlitnn the crnnnnttee cleenietl the lmest representatives of the zllmye territory, they nmfle
Il repurt at ztnnther meeting tif the llmls.
'l'he fwllffwing' f Jctuhcr was rnzicle an liisturiczil event hy the entrance uf the sixty-
six intl, the Freslnnztn class at V. X S. 'llheir lirst thtfught was tu organize, anfl a
few clziys after the heginning mmf the lfull term F. l'. lfltiyd, rmf XYest Xllfgllllil. was
chnsen In he the initial lezxrler :intl the man rlestinerl tw begin the stupencluus work of
trznisf-frining' the remaining sixty-tire mernhers intw linishecl disciples nf Hlscula-
pius. llis success prrwerl the wisrlwin uf the clziss in rnziking him the lirst leader,
:intl in the tirst cwntlict with the Swplif-iiir-1'es the lireslnnen were easily victors.
Gllpr Qlliuir, 1512! 71
lmmediately after their victory over their fellow-men, the class settled flown
to master the intricacies of their stronger enemies, the "1 Jlogiesn and ",fXto1r1y." In
these battles also we1'e they victorious. and the close of the lirst year was niarlsefl
by their successfully meeting all the demands of their professors.
Three months passed and the strong-hearted sixty-six, reinforced by twelve
new members, laid down their pleasures in exchange for the more serious branches
and subjects of medicine. .-Xgain they organized, and this time li. lj. Silver, of
New Jersey, was wisely chosen to lead the class through another nine months' period of
trials and vicissitudes. llis wise councils resulted in zu second memorable victory
for the class of 1913, and the Freshmen were routed completely.
Qnce more the second year men lay aside the lighter things will college life to
enter upon a more serious struggle against the same "Ulogies" and the terrible
"Atomy" which they had conquered before, but which had risen again, reinforced
by several new recruits. llistory repeated itself, however, and those hitherto much
dreaded hostiles were laid down forever to rest, and the conquerors, tired and care-
worn from their strenuous battle, repaired to their various homes to gain new
strength and to devise new methods of combating the foes of their third year
Qctober Z, 1911, found the seventy-eight faithful, again reinforced by twelve
recruits at the doors of ll. 8 S.. ready and eager to take up arms and to enter upon
the third stage of their career. For the third time they elected a leader, -l. S.
Dixon, of Pennsylvania, a veteran of the two former eras, and a man who by his
work during the two proceedings years clearly showed his right to such a high
lnterclass struggles for supremacy by virtue of custom now fell to the lot of the
two lower classes, but the Sophomores showed an early tendency to retrogress
from the established order of affairs .and to shirk their duties as preceptors of the
incoming Freshmen. The Juniors after many meetings decided to create a pre-
cedent and to precipitate events by -forcing the Sophomores to uphold the cus-
toms of their predecessors. ln this they were successful, and although the Fresh-
men in turn reverted the established custom and were victors over the Sopho-
mores, the latter died fighting and with no stigma upon their escutclieons.
Satisfied with their efforts in this direction the .luniors entered once more upon
their tasks, which by reason of diligent work during the two preceding years permitted
their talents to be diverted in part to the production of a Year llook, in which are to be
recorded the events of note and interest that have transpired during their three years
of college life.
That this task will be accomplished with the success that has always characterized
the life of these selected disciples of Flisculapius there is no doubt. and upon the com-
pletion of their work in June, 1913, they will have truly deserved the reward of the
Gods of Medicine and the blessing, "XYell done thou good and faithful servants."
I. Di21fvi1R Src.-xar,
Uhr Qlliuir, 1912
Chr Gliuir, 1211
Glyn- wlinir. 1512
Uhr Qllinir. 15112
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CoFFMAN, H. F... ...... Maryland
CROFTON, G. H. . . .Massachusetts
DAY, J. E ...... ......... L ltali
DIXON, gl. S ..... . . .Pennsylvania
DOUGHTY, I. C .... ...... X 'irginia
DRAUGHN, D. M.. .. ..... Missiasippi
DUNN, H. .. .. . .NVest Virginia
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4 In heginnine' the lustfmry tit the seeund year toward
X r um' life's prufessiun, it has heen the aim of the Historian
ff khlkr B tu euntlne his remarks to the events which seem to stand
I out above all others as those ut most importance. For if
I were to narrate all the interesting' and mirthful incidents
in the year thus tar, we would he efinsummg' much more
than our share uf the preeiwus spaee alloted to us fur this wwrk.
Hur elassmates were hy far the lirst tu appear at the college this fall. Some
repwrted a piwispemtis vacation while others were less fortunate. Nevertheless, all
seemed happy renewing the many aequaintanees of the first year, and of several new
members when jtiined us froin other selmuls.
.Xmple time having heen allowed for the elass to return, a meeting was called un
Uetuhei' 14, fm' the purpuse tif electing elass uttieers for the ensuing year. The elec-
titin eunsumed two days, there heing a slight mistake reefircled in the hallmting in
the first rlayg and the eleetiuueering displayed during this time was inure heht-
ting a politician uf lung seryiee than a medical student. After musirlerahle discus-
siun, the eleetirin resulted as fullows:
Pr't'x1'dv11f-vlulili E. Maher, New -lerseyg I'ire-F1't's1'tlv11IKH. S. Kuhlman, Penn-
sylvania: .l51L't'7't'ftIl'.X'-:XlVlll .l. HeClung, XYest Yirginiag Trt'a.r111'vr-llomer A. Cros-
sett, Uhiug !'fi.VfUI'lt1l1fC. Albert Farrell, Rhucle Island: ,S'ef'gfm1lztx-af-,-Iruzs-Esley T.
Lake, l'ennsylyania: Salvatore Seimeea, New York: .-Xlfunso G. Gomez, Cuba.
This duty fulfilled, we next turned our attention to the Freshmen rapidly aeeum-
ulating in nur midst. and as it was Hur rluty In place these emhryo physieigm5 in mp-
cluement, a code tif rules was drawn up and presented them with a hope that they
might in some unfureseen way hurl wut the strength mmf their superiors and if possible
ward wtf the punishment which they wuulrl reeeiye in ease these rules were violated.
Uhr Glinir, 12112 79
llut, like all other children, they must be shown, and at eleven o'clot-lt Saturrlay
morning, October 27th, it was evident that they had been shown, for suddenly the
cry of "Freshmen out!" broke in upon the unsuspecting Ifrcshnien in Room 3.3. The
flare of the Signal brought forth several pounds uf lampblaclc and enough water to
form suitable paste, which was immediately applied to the victims. Large men whom
the Freshmen placed in front for protection proved to be unable to cope with the
experienced men of our class-already the heroes of four rnslies-wand, in short. riot
took the place of law.
This miraculous feat accomplished, we indulged in deep study for the next few
weeks in preparation for our mid-year examinations. Finally, on the afternoon of
Friday, December 22nd, we completed our last exam., and the trains leaving the
city that evening were Iilled with Sophs. homeward bound for their Xmas vacation.
Several days elapsed while the boys were at home and many who had made deter-
mined resolutions to make the most of their vacation by study found affairs alto-
gether too lively for anything but pleasure.
Qu January 2nd we were again to enter into the second semester. For a few
days the time was spent in "settling down." Wie were soon notitied by the Year
Book Committee that 'l'heatre Night would take place on February l-lth at the
Auditorium, their selection of plays being "Pinafore." XYe expect this to be the
greatest social event of the college year, as the whole class, together with the rest
of the school, are expected to attend.
On january 30th the class picture was taken. Following this event a miniature
theatre party took place in one of the local picture-houses. Those who attended all
reported a very enjoyable time, for they practically ran the house.
AS the narration of events must cease at this point. let us strive in the future
as in the past to gain even more prominence in this College, and by so doing make
our class a credit to the Institution.
. , 4 .
C. AI.i:11,i41 lt,-XRlQl',I.l.,
l'l.'XR'l"I"--XY0lCQ soft and low, an excellent thing in woman.
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CARREIQ.-x, M. G. ..
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CRAAIICR. L. L...
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CRICNV, XY. L .....
Caossiirr, H. A. ..
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CANNON, A. ,I ....
GILLIS, A. AI. . .
Cmlliz, A .......
CoRnnN, A. T...
CRIFFITII, -I. H...
IIEILMAN, II. C...
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Hosxnfrc, M. F ....
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. .IIl1Cl't0 Rico
. . .Marylancl
. . .Maryland
. .New Jersey
. . .New York
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. . .Maryland
. . ...... Maryland
XICCLVNIL, A .... .. . .... XYest Virginia
IXICGINLEY, W. . .... Connecticut
AICGITARY, XY. C .... . . .Pennsylvania
NuI..xNn, S. T. . . ..... Virginia
Univ, E ...... ..... C uba
IT-xLITZ. L. M .... .... P alestine
I"1iI,oso, LI. L, ,
I'l',rAIJEs, KI. .
. . .. .New York
...... ...,Puerto Rico
-Riel-1.xRnsoN, XV 'R ...... XYest Virginia
RUIIR, C. I3 ........ .... I Yest Virginia
Rm-IR, bl. LI.. . ..... .... X Yest Virginia
RUSENTIIAL, H. XY. .. ..... New 'Iersey
bcmiiefx, S ....,. .... N ew York
SIIIWFICR, A. G. . . . . .Pennsylvania
SIIIRKICY, I. G.. . . .... XYest Virginia
Si-ANILLICR, C. C. . . . . .Pennsylvania
STEEL, P. B. .. . . .Pennsylvania
S-'1'ItIiI.E, B. XV. . . .... XVest Virginia
STRAIIAN, F. C
THOMAS. E. L ....
... ...New .Iersey
Vitfzix, L. II ..... .... P uerto Rico
XYALKITR, R. H. . . .... XVest Virginia
XX EBSTICR, I. B .... .... IX llassaeliusetts
XYEST, H. G ...... .... C onneeticut
XYILLIAMS, I. O .... .... X Vest Virginia
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ZH fra 11111211 Miainrg
To write a history is a dillicult task, but to thc maker of it rests the responsibility
and consequence, for it is the individual that controls the nature of the events that
form the basis of the history. lt is a pleasant task to write a history only when the
events are such as to merit commendation and to induce a feeling of pride in its
In reviewing the events that make the history of the class, there is found no un-
avoidable occurrence that would darken or blur any of its pages.
XVhen the sinking sun marked the close of the second day of Uctober, l'll l. eighty
robust and brainy young men made their first arrival in the beautiful city uf llalti-
more. Various reasons brought these young men here. Some were ambitious for a
knowledge of the science of medicine, while others were tired of working and thought
a rest and being in an intellectual atmosphere would tend to increase the ability uf
their thinkers. The latter, of course, dropped out from time to time as they had suf-
ficient insight into what was before them.
After all were familiar with the surroundings the class was organized and officers
elected and all were ready for the one important event, "The Annual Rush." The
Sophomores becoming alarmed at the hasty organization and also the large number
and heavy-weights of the Freshman class deterred the event, and a treaty of peace was
presented to us, which we readily signed, as it deprived us of no privileges and allowed
us as much freedom as we would have had had we fought and gained the victory.
This, however, did not please the upper-classmen, they Finally forcing the Sophomores
to open the fight. Space will not permit a detailed description of what followed.
There was a difference of opinion regarding the outcome of the struggle, both
sides claiming the victory. lt was generally conceded, however, that the Freshmen
were victorious, proved by the fact that there were no rules laid down for them to
After the rush all were at ease, and work was begun in earnest. but, of course.
some time was spared for entertaimnent, of which mention will be made of
two occasions: first, theatre night at the Auditorium, the Freshmen being loud
in their applause and succeeding in bringing De XYolf Hopper out to recite "Casey
at the Batgu second, an afternoon at the Empire. This occasion will certainly be re'
membered by all. Threatened as we were by a raging tire about us. we faced the
danger and shared in the mirth of the show. Many evenings were spent in different
kinds of amusement to relieve our tired minds of Osteologyism, Phsiologyism, etc.
Seemingly only a few weeks had passed since our entrance to the school when
the following announcement was made: "l wish to call your attention to the fact that
mid-term examinations are nearly upon you, so begin your review work immediately.
84 Eltr Qliuir, 1912
I also wish to annuunce that, IlL'L'H1'fllllQ tu an established and unalterahle law. absu-
lntely nothing must he lnmuglit intw the examination 11111111 hut a sharpened pencil."
So with fear and trcmhling we sm-n presented our lusty selves tu haye a test made
upon our gray matter tu see what per cent. of change had taken place.
After exaininatiuns were raver all went home for their Christmas vacation, re-
turning with renewed yigftr to deal with the victims of the dissecting room.
About two weeks after nur return. examination marks were received, and niust all
were agreeahly surprised hy a higher mark than had been expected.
After this anxiety had been relieved we immediately settled dnwn to work so
that we might be well prepared to meet our final examinations in the spring.
'llhis brings us tu the elwse of our first session, but our llistory has just begun, and
it remains in our power tn make it a memorable one. S41 place your standard high and
strive to reach the highest height and in the end the name is won.
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fllfI,LlfR-UllXVEiS whispered in Heaven,
'Twas muttered in Hell.
Elpr Gliuir. 1912 w
Let cvcrylqucly ycllY
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Scrond Vivv-P1'f.sidu11t .... .... l l. I.. limzliks
Svrrvfarhv .... .... X Y. ll. Klum
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Hisiorian ...... .... X Y. C. SI'.xL'I.D1Nlz
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PlANliliY7.'X very gentle lmczlst and uf good couscicmk
S6 Gllir Qlliuir, 1912
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CON.-XR'1'1lNV, Jos. L ....
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DE C As'I'Ro4, E ....
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. . .Maryland
. Rhode Island
. . .Porto Rico
. . .Porto RiCO
FARGO., LEoN L. . . .
FITZIIATRICR, E. E.. ..
FIiRI:L'soN, WM. F.. ..
1:llLiiY, NIARTIN J. . .
FERNos, A.N'l'lDNIO .......
GARDNER. HIIWARD E. . . .
GoNzALEs, L. F ......
GALYIN, Tnos. K .....
HKJLBIES, CoLYIN M.
JoHNsoN, HARRY H.
JACKSON, .ANDREW J .....
JACoIzs, S. A. .......... .
IQEARNICY, FRANCIS X. ..
LANGE, G. L ......... .
LEYY, MILFoRII ....
LYIIN, CL'RTIs L...
I.YNcI'I, WAI. J...
LARIADRID, F. S. ..
LoIIAN, J. I3 .... .
LINILER, B .......
LAW, HARRY D ....
LoxYsLEY. A. S. . . .
MIIRALI-is, NIANFICL. . .
KIARTIN, FRANK S. ..
MELLoR, R. P ....
. . . .Maryland
.. .Porto Rico
. . . .Maryland
. . . Porto Rico
. . .Porto Rico
. . . .Maryland
. . .New York
. . .Maryland
. . . .Maryland
. . . . . .Florida
. . .Connecticut
. . . .California
. . .Porto Rico
. . .Maryland
. . .Maryland
Rl.-X'l"I'IIAI, JACIIII H. ..
MoLLoY, CI-IAS. J. . .
BIICNDIN, JUNE JR. ..
xl.-XIIUNICY, V. L ....
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BUJRRISUN, TIIEII. H...
AICCALLION, NYM. ..
. . . .Maryland
. . . .Porto Rico
. . .Pennsylvania
. . . . .New Jersey
McCoY, A. S. ...... .... X Vest Virginia
RlCKlfNZ1lf, W. R. .. .. .Pennsylvania
NtDt,LL'EIiIXS, JUAN J... ..... Porto Rico
NIIHE. C. CLYDE. . . .... lVest Virginia
UBRIEN, T. F ............ Connecticut
CYCIINNELL, DANIEL J .... Rhode Island
PERRY, HICRBISRT G ....
PIIYYER, BIAURICE J ...... Massachusetts
PI'RcEI.L. E. C ..... .... P orto Rico
PESQUlfRA, G. L. . . . . .Porto Rico
PENNINoToN, C. F. .. ...... .Maryland
PECK, RoIz'I'. S .......... XVest Virginia
QQUINONES, NIcHoLAs. ..
RINEHART, CHAS. 0 ....
. . . .Porto Rico
. XVest Virginia
RODERIER, ANTHIINY J. . .Massachusetts
ROGERS, HARRY L ............ Virginia
RAEAIIIRE, M. L ..... ..Pennsy1vania
RIeIIARDsoN, XV. C .... .... N ew York
RYAN, R. J .......... .. .Connecticut
SAYANNAII, JOSEPH G ...... New Jersey
SPALDING, XVM. C ..... ........ T exas
SPROXVLS, GARRETT E ..... Pennsylvania
ELMER B. ..
'l'I3sc1oNE, FRANK. . .
'l'ooLE, RoHE P .......
. . .Porto Rico
. . .Porto Rico
. . .Porto Rico
. . .New Jersey
. ..... Georgia
TADEUSICR, B. HENRY .... New jersey
TR.-XCIITENBERG, ISRAEL. .
. . . .New York
XVIIUDALL, R. E. ......... XVest Virginia
XVUIID, A. D., JR.. .. .. .Mvest Virginia
Chr Lflliuir. 1512!
Uhr Qllinir. 1912
tNYith apologies to the Chorus of Railroaul Rag
Uh, Uh, that inedieal rag,
Uh, Oh, that medical drag.
lsllit usiwrltsgy llllllll
You have to plug all night till daylight
.-Xnd the damned stuff then won't stick tight.
Soon exams. will come
:Xnd we'll llunk every one,
For with the Freshmen it is bones-huuz bones
ln the medical rag.
fjll. Oli, ytxll lbtbtftthl' l'lfrl'l.
You certainly are some sport,
Your jokes are full of fun.
And he says all things heing equal
Give sinall doses to the people.
Freshius think he's swell,
You ought to hear them yell.
For it is three loud cheers for Forts-Rah! Rah
in the medical rag.
lt sure looks good to nie.
lime. Novak knows his stuff,
And he says, "lf the Sophs. attack you,
You can count on me to scrap too."
A good quizz today,
A hard exam. l'll say.
For with the goods he surg is there-you het,
ln the medical rag:
Oh, Uh, you chemistry.
lt's some hig mystery.
It has us guessing' some,
For Doctor Simon is a dandy.
And with eheniieals is handy.
Now hear Onnen say.
Try tests for iron today.
For it is add. add. this and that-then what.
In the chemical lah.
Then comes histology,
Down through the glass you see.
Something you don't know what.
And we hear in this Freshnien's graveyard.
You see tissues hy the square yard.
llear KIcCleary say,
"XYho's got a chew today?"
But it is one good stunt to learn your stuff.
ln histology lah.
rl. L. C. and V. T., Xl., l015.
Uhr Qllinir. 1512 rw
1 ming nu ilirvalimzni
A Freshman, according to the dictionary, is a person who wears lourl socks, steals
the bell out of the College chapel tower and enters the Sophomore Class,
He stands pre-eminent in things obscure, and is a unique specimen of the
genus homo who has a past and a future. but no present.
He is not a positive quantity, but just a coincidence and, as did the immortal
Topsy, "just growedf'
In the annals of history he has no place. and to the world at large the only
record of his existence is an old purple and gold class pennant hanging in some
girl's room, or a sketch in the advertising section of the College annual depicting
a baby playing with its bottle and wooden blocks.
ln Dr. Eliot's "Five Foot Shelf of Hooks" we lind everything from lJante's "In-
ferno" to sacred music, but not so much as a semi-colon relating to the Fresh-
ln the histories of the lives of great men we can find recorded their every little
movementg from the time they left the log cabin until they had saved enough money
from clerkingiin the country store to go to college.
Then that chapter of their lives invariably begins: "He entered the State Uni-
versity, and during his second year won the cross-country race and the prize for
oratoryf' And so it has been for all time, even since the year l, when Adam entered
the University of Eden. He passed through the tirst year quietly, as usual, and
we have no record of him until during his second year, when the L'niversitv was
In calling the works of the philosophers, you will recall in vain a treatise
on the Freshman. He is not among the "present," Epictetus, Aristotle. Shopcnhauer.
and George Ade, all have held up the mirror of Life, but nowhere in the reflection
do we see our young hero.
lly this process of elimination, there remains but one class into which the Fresh-
man can be placed, that of Psychic Phenomena.
And truly, is that not the correct diagnosis. for to what process of direct rea-
soning can we attribute his adornment of his person with a thermometer and minor
surgery set while his green schedule card still smells of printer's ink?
And in the ampitheatre we find him witnessing a major operation with an express
sion on his face of the most profound knowledgefand his Grays Anatomy still
crackles when he opens it, but 'twould be better he were damned than not mentioned
l1.L. Sriiaxiia, 'l3.
90 Gllir Ollinir. 15112
A illmu nrha Ahnui the lgrrlintiuarg T humtinn
nf !llHPhfira1l Stuhrnta
From year to year the entrance requirements to our professional schools are be-
coming more rigid and strict. lt is only but very few of the schools of good
reputation that do not require a ll. A. degree or as the minimum a two years'
academic course. The general sentiment is very much in favor of this increased
strictncss, and considering the question from a more radical point of view, looking at
it from a broad standpoint, it appeals to me that a ll. A. as the minimum of
requirements is no more than justiliable, especially after one analyzes the question
most earnestly, honestly and thoroughly impartial.
Medicine, unlike otherzprofessions, is, in my estimation, the most delicate and
dangerous to deal with. The advocates of it, the physicians and surgeons, must
always bear in mind that their community has trusted the lives of its members into
their hands, that to them they direct those who, as a consequence of the various con-
ditions of our most complicated life, are alllicted with various ailinents and diseasesg
that the eyes of the entire community eagerly watch the physician's every step, every
nioverent. :X physician must rennerber that the subjects he comes in contact with
are living beings, possessing, as he docs, feelings, reasoning, self-respect. He IHLISY.
therefore, tactfully and carefully follow up his path, not imposing upon or not mis-
leading those who entrusted their lives to him. He must remember that it is up
to him to keep the prestige of medicine high and sacred, that it is through his earnest-
ness and honesty that the community will fully estimate the value and necessity of
medicine. Honest and faithful work can and will bring relief to mankind. Mankind
as it is suffers greatly physically, thus delaying the advance of progress, of civiliza-
tion, and here is another important held or work that makes medicine still mo1'e con-
spicuous, more important. lt is only natural, therefore, that those who undertake the
work of medicine, who are willing to take the great responsibilities of it upon their
shoulders, should be equipped with the proper training and broper spirit. The latter
is a very important factor and must be cared for. This proper training, this develop-
ment of spirit and consciousness can be attained only after a long' thorough preliminary
education. The high schools with their courses as they stand today give us very little'
satisfaction as to our particular necessity, and we are compelled, therefore, to seek
institutions where the fundamental principles of honest work, of moral strength,
of ethics, of respect before the community, and its individual members is taught and
Uhr Qlliuir. 1912 91
These qualiheations must stay with the apostle of medicine all his 1-Meer
through, they must heeome at part of himself, for only under these eomlitioiis is :i
person justilied in entering Il medical field. Medicine is on its way lu progress, it
begins to flourish and show good SZ1lQlSfZlCUJl'y results, :md unless at proper preliminary
education and training is brought with the new memhers of the profession, the path
forward will remain dark and douhtful.
Indeed, the value of a substantial preliminary education of the young future-
physieians is an zthsolute necessity and of the greatest value.
' ' t . . V
S. S. I.m'1m4., 15.
Uhr Qllinir mn Sung
tSung to the tune of Amerieay
CARL BELL, Leader.
The Clinic, 'tis from thee,
Of Med. and Surgery
XYe read about.
XYe love those tender knocks,
Bum jokes that fall like rocks
Your nonsense hlls our "Blocks,"
Wie love you so.
JANERLUI admire him, I truly confess. and when the time comes l shall buy Il piece
of the rope for a keep-sake."
J Uhr Llliuir. 15112
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ilimnrt nf tlir lgrizr Eaaag Qlnmmittvv
The Couilniffvc 011 P1'i,:'f !f.r.vuy.r.
After carefully reading the essays submitted to us we render our decision in favor
of "My Recollections of Dr. Charles N." as the best, and "Hank Robbers and a Sur-
geons Knife" as second in merit.
f.n1,om.r, b. XX14.1.1.s.
Jlllg Qernllvrtinna nf Er. Glliarlva .
I will await you tonight at my ofliceg please come.
So read a note whichl found on my desk on returning to my office. lt set me
thinking for a while as to the cause of this meeting, but after finding no plausible
solution, I gave it up and patiently waited for the evening. All day long the clouds
covered the sky threatening a downpour every moment, the trees stood bare and tire-
some, the people hurried nervously and impatiently and everything looked miserable
and dejected. 'llhe shadows of twilight slipped into my roon unnoticed and only the
fading light reminded me of the coming visit.
It was not yet dark when l reached Charles' office. He opened the door. and in-
vited me into his room. XYhen we were seated l noticed that Charles looked pale,
though T always knew hini to be happy and humorous always full of life, he now ap-
peared gloomy, silent and rather sad. Not a word was as yet exchanged between us.
He was sitting in his chair smoking his beloved big pipe. A terrible quietude sur-
rounded us. Darkness, slipping into the room timidly and slowly. brooding over every-
thing, trying to embrace it,-to conquer it. The clouds outside gathered thicker and
thicker, obstructing the little light that the sun had left over from its days work. The
last faint rays breaking through the clouds occasionally appeared on the wall of the
room, but before the eye could observe it well, darkness again reigned until no light was
seen at all. and everything was perplexed and inspired sad thoughts.
94 Gllpr Qllinir. 1512
Finally Charles brokc this horrible silence and began, "lt is long since I wished
to talk to you, Sinclair, but cvery time somebody hindered me from doing sog but to-
night, when the memories of the past are again so fresh and vivid in my mind, let
me tell you of my sorrow and grief which so strongly undermine my health, energy
and ruin my work. You have never thought that I, Charles, happy and gay, have
something on my mind that makes me so unhappy, so miserableg but there is, and to me
it proved disastrous. lt is of this catastrophe that I will tell you, it is of my sorrowful
past that l will relate to you now. No, do not light the lamp, let us spend the time in
darkness: it relieves me somewhat of my grief and lightens my burdens.
"lt was ten years ago today that I was the happiest man in the world. It was a
day the memories of which never leave me for a moment, always follow me, always
remind me of my past. Ten years ago I met my first and only love which so much
modified my entire being, my entire life. It was a beautiful evening when I first met
her in the park: the large disk of the sun seemed to bathe in the clouds, throwing rays
of brilliant colors against the sky and making fantastic figures among the clouds.
Many of the rays were thrown on the golden crosses of the Churches and made
them appear as burning torches. The trees stood idly in their green dresses, and
whispered to each other and glorified the sereneness and beauty of the evening. IYe were
sitting under the shade of the famous old oak, that no doubt had witnessed many and
many similar scenes: it was a silent witness which could tell endless stories of love,
happiness and disappointment. Tonight the old silent witness added another chapter
to its thousand and oneg it was a new story on an old theme."
Here Charles rose from his chair and threw himself upon a nearby sofa. It
seemed to me that he was talking more to himself. that he little if at all thought
of my presence.
"Shall I ever forget the girl's face of professed beauty?" he began again. "Shall
I ever forget the light of those deep, serious eyes? Never outside Heaven shall I
see such a face again!
"Something in it restored me by the most of delightful of recalls to the mood
of a worshipper. It was like a dream of a painter. whose fancy had drunk of
some celestial stream of feeling an idea, catching on his canvas a face which had
in it all that could be heavenly in a thing of earth. and all that could be earthly
in a thing of Heaven: and I, young as I was at that time, was the happy man to
win her love, to be near her. to think of her! I told her of my plans, of what great
deeds I expected to do: I told her of my decision to study medicine and to try to
become a great and known professor: I told her of the great social success I
should attain, and that all this would be due to having her with me, that she
would be the source of my success. I talked of my admiration and love of her, of
how little the world would look to me were she to break her word, and she. leaning
on my arm, looking into my eyes earnestly and friendly, weighed every word I
said. She was quiet and thoughtful. The soft breezes blew, rustling the leaves of
the oak. and in their murmur it seemed that the leaves, familiar with all kinds
of love stories, cautioned the girl, told her to be of cool mind and careful: but my
love was pure and honest, it was too strong and Cupid won. Happy and gay we
left the park full of hopes.
Uhr Qllinir, 15112. U5
"'l'wo years passed since the lirst memorable evening. I was a student in om:
of the leading medical schools. I'eoplc told me that it was through my man-
ners, neatness, modesty and politeness that I won the friendship ol' everyone, and
truly for some reason or other I appeared to be the center ol attraction wliercver
I was. In the school I was among the Icw who carried the honors: my position
as the sou ol' a prominent and inlluential lawyer enabled me to enter society, and
I was happy thinking that I was on my way to realization of my plans. .Xmirlst
this social whirl, amidst all society functions, I never forgot that away from mc
there was someone carefully and lovingly watching my progress, that way home
was the center of my ambition and desires, and more than ever I resolved to go
to the end, to deserve the love of the fairest of all.
"Two more years passed, and I found myself an M. IJ., carrying oil' the high-
est honors. Wie were again sitting 'neatli the olfl oak tree, planning and mapping
out our future life. 'llhe evening was glorious and beautiful, the old witness stood
silent, enjoying otll' happiness. The leaves looked upon us, and ashamed of their
Iirst song, murmured a loving welcome. Something heavenly surrounded us,
sending us our blessing and wished for a successful life, full of happiness.
"A few more years passed, and I was promoted to the position of the chief
surgeon of our City Ilospital. Everything was nice and happy, and I was impa-
tiently waiting for the moment when I should be able to lead my beloved to the
Here Charles stopped, and rising from the sofa, approached the window, and
pressing his forehead against the cool glass looked into the gloom and darkness of
"It was up to this time," Charles continued, "that I was happy, full of energy
and enthusiasm. full of desire to work, but providence destined it to be different.
and here I am a wreck, worthless to the profession.
'ILet me tell you how it all happened. It is last, but the most terrible chapter in my
history." I-Ie turned around and resumed: "Putting and hurrying, the express
approached the station. Une of the cars was converted into a temporary hospital. in
which several victims of the last terrible wreck were brought to the city. 'Ilhey were all
rescued, some with dreadful avulsion of the li'nbs,some with fractured skulls, some with
ghastly looking wounds on the chest or back. In one of the corners an old lady
was carefully watching a patient, kissing her, speaking words of consolation, words
of motherly love. The patients were sent to our hospital and soon I was sum-
moned to examine the new patients. I did so carefully, and gave necessary in-
structions. Finally I approached the last victim of the wreck, a young lady.
W'hen I bent over to examine her face she uttered a terrible cry, caught my hand
and holding it fast drew it toward her. I looked at the patient astonished and
realizing nothing, I looked again, when suddenly everything grew dim. some-
thing pressed my throat and,kneeling before my first and only love, I fainted.
She passed into a better world. where there are no sufferers. where everybody is
happy and knows no grief. XYith her death. Sinclair. I lost everything. and I can
not recover. You see," and Charles pressed a button and the mild light of the
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The most fzuniliar ligure
Around the college hall
Is neither prof. nor student
Not even tall Frank Paulg
Neither ruin-nose ,loc of the rubbit
Nor Sol of dissecting fame.
Nor Mr. Albert, who takes the cash,
Or the lllJl'3.l'l311+Zl. coniely dame.
'Tis the venerable Mr. Annan,
Nigh unto threescore-ytrung.
XYh4m is always johnny-on-the-sptat.
As we know when the bell is rung.
The profs. all cuss his signal
Ten minutes before the hour,
llut the dopey students, how they bless
That veteran's mighty powerg
Hut aside from his duty as college
lle's the students' friend-to a man,
Ancl when we've left these classic halls
Lets endeavor, if we can,
To do hini the kindly favor
Of having his illustrious name
Placed on the roles of honor
Of the College Hall of Fame.
B. L. S., '13.
Uhr Qllinir, 15112 'J'
Look up, ye slavcs of Freshmen.
llencl the knee, base Sophomore,
Dorf the hat, ambitious junior,
For the Senior's at the door.
He is here, the noble creature,
XYith his four years' knowledge t
How he carries it! So lightly,
Like a waiter with a stew.
He is almost a real doctor:
He knows all about the dope
That the people of the world must
When all is gone but hope.
He is dignilied, yet gracious,
For his place he can't forget.
See how gravely, yet sedately,
He can bum a cigarette.
And his ways are so coinmanrling--H
And his nerve is cool, immense.
It is really hard to stall him
XYhen he asks for lifty cents.
He can throw the anaesthesia
At a patient like a vet,
And the details of removing stitches
He can not forget-
He can throw a lot of other things:
His chest so large and full,
And when theres nothing else In throw
He always throws the Bull!
O hail the noble Senior,
Of disease the dreadful foe
'llhere is not a book will hold the knowl
That he doesn't know.
ALBERT E. MAN. 'll
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Uhr QTIIDPIITIE Ervam
Last evening l was talking to a saintlike "Fresh" who said.
"I simply cannot bear to think of cutting up the dead."
Ile told me of the fear he had, the llible was his theme.
And when I went to bed last night, Ihad a horrid dream.
I dreamt of all eadavers ripped from head to foot by me,
The heart and brains dissected-an awful sight to see,
I saw the lifeless forms cut up, of man and wife as well,
'llhe murderer, the mendicant and others. who can tell?
Bly dream went on with horror: the lifeless forms now walked,
Some fastened on their severed limbs, and some began to talk,
The guilt was stamped upon my face, I trembled with great fear,
.Xnd when they found bones missing. with vengeance they drew near.
There seemed to be a hundred dead in that dissecting-room
XX'ho now took life in all degrees. which surely sealed my doom.
They took the saw and forceps, the hatchet and the knife,
And started in to cut me up regardless of my life.
In speechless pain I suffered, my tongue was rendered still,
XYhile hatehet, knife and saw alike were used with master's skill.
Every minute found me weakerkl thought I smelled I'Iell's smoke,
And just as I felt death set in, with pleasure I awoke.
B. L. s., '13,
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meet again F" he would be both kicked and bitten by his insulted com-
Uhr Olliuir, 15112 1o3
Medical students have never been endowed with enough leisure time for ath-
letics as they are enjoyed at colleges and universities, yet many medical students
have had some experience along these lines before they enter upon their lire-h nan
course in medicine. To these students the laclt of athletics is the more appreciable.
consequently what little exists here is due almost entirely to their interest and ef-
For years past the only branch of athletics which has aroused the interest of the
student body and the faculty here has been baseball, Afternoon classes and labora-
tory work for the upper-classmen prohibit them from taking an active interest,
and so far they have been compelled to be content as mere spectators at the few
games the Freshmen and Sophoinores have played.
This year both teams have succeeded in obtaining games with other schools
of Baltimore, and these contests easily showed that with proper training and prac-
ticing, facilities and sufficient time to devote to such things outside of college work.
P. Sz S. could easily develop a varsity team which would be recognized with credit
by many schools where there exists organized athletics. This fact has been so
clearly demonistrated that, with the advent of a reorganized Y. Bl. C. A. for next
year and its natural encouraging influen:e upon all clean sports, athletic prospects
for 1912 and l'2ll5 have begun to loom up as a decided factor in our future college
This is as it should be, for no man can be successful in mental pursuits who
has not the physical stanina and reserve force necessary to sustain the needs of
his brain. Few professions call for more stamina and reserve power than that of
ntedicine, because the successful physician is continually "on the go." as it were.
and has no regular hours in which to carry on his work and to devote to pleasure.
For this reason athletics in so'ue form should be developed in every medical schf i+'v l.
so that the endless hours of class attendance and study that fall to the lot of the
medical student should be interspersed with some form of healthful, mind-detracts
ing sport. This would prepare the future practitioner physically for the arduous
duties of his calling.
Since there is no reasonable doubt that organized athletics should exist in +.'i ur
school, the situation revolves itself into the question, "How can we have organized
athletics ?" The only answer to that question is that we all-Seniors, luniors.
Sophomores and Freshmen-nuist exert every possible effort to create. to foster, and
to further interest in any practicable syort. especially baseball and basket-ball. lf
these things are done, there is no valid reason why ll. X S. can not have recognized
athletic teams during their proper seasons for the scholastic year of l"lZ-lt"l3.
which will serve as the foundation for future organized athletics.
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...College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y.
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. . .College of Physicians and Surgeons, Atlanta, Ga.
. ..... llaltimore Medical College, Baltimore, Md.
. . . . . .Yanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . . . . . . . .Atlanta School of Medicine, Atlanta, Ca.
. . . .College of Physicians and Surgeons, Memphis, Tenn.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tulane University. New Orleans, La.
. . .L'niversity of Arkansas, Little Rock, Ark.
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. . . . . . . . . . . .XYashington University, St. Louis, Mo.
. . . . . .College of Physicians and Surgeons. Chicago, Ills.
. . . .College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore. Md.
....George XYashington University, XYashington, D. C.
. . . . . . .jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia, Pa.
. . . . . .Fordham L'niversity, New York. N. Y.
. . . . . . . . . .Lincoln Lniversity, Knoxville, Tenn.
. . . .Long lsland Medical College, Brooklyn, N. Y.
. . . .Medical College of Yirginia. Richmond. Ya
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.. . , . . . . . . . L'niversity of Maryland, llaltimore, Md.
. . . . . . . .Maryland Medical College, llaltimore, Md.
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. . . .llirmingham Medical College, llirmingham, Ala.
........... .Yanderlmilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
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. . . .Medical College of South Carolina, Charleston. S. C.
. . . .L'niversity of XYest Virginia, Morgantown, XY. Ya.
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.. .llaltimore College of l". and S., llaltimore, Md.
. . . . . . . . .L'niversity of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. I
....Louisville College of Pharmacy. Louisville, Ky.
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Ellie .llark nf All
O let me sing of anything,
There's nought I cannot do,
'Ill'16l'C'S not a poet l cannot quote,
I've read the llible through.
I know my stuff, I never bluff,
I'm very strong on art,
Can cook a stew, a mince pie. too.
Can play a leading part.
l'm very slick, l heal the sick.
To me it is a cinch,
Can take apart a motor cart,
Ur build one in a pinch.
I know the law, cartoons I draw,
I write for magazines.
Can tell you how to milk a cow,
Or plant a Held of beans.
I play the lute, trotnbone and flute,
The violin and horns,
Get wise to me, l'll tell you free
A way to cure your corns.
'l'here's one thing though I do not know,
Of it I hate to speak,
How can I learn a way to earn
Ten dollars every week?
ALBERT E. MAN.
LAKE-He is intensely human. Likes girls, cigarettes, cigars and such
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Alpha Theta. . .
Beta Beta ........
Gamma Gamma ....
Delta Delta ......
Theta Theta .......
Kappa Alpha Kappa .... .......
P1 Sigma. ........ .
Sigma Theta ....
Sigma Nu Chi ....
Sigma Mu Chi.. .
Phi Sigma ....
Chi Theta ....
Kappa Psi .....................
Medical Department of University of Yerinont
....Medical Department of L'nive1'sity of Texas
............ . . . . . .Medical College of Yirginia
...ljniversity College of Medicine, Richmond
Medical Department, University of Alabama
....Medical Department, University of XYestern Pennsylvania
... . . . . . . . . . . .Medical College of Indiana, Indianapolis
. . . . . . . . . . . .l.Sirmingham Medical College, Alabama
...Medical Department, Tulane University. Louisiana
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Fort XYorth, Texas
. . . . . . . . .Medical Department at Vanderbilt University
Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, Georgia
......................Uniyersity of South Carolina
...........................Atlanta Medical College
Medical Department, George XYashington University
. . . . . . . . . . . . .Jefferson Medical College, Pennsylvania
..... . ,... ....... L lniversity of Michigan
. . .Medical Department, University of Louisville
. . . . . . . . . . .Baltimore Medical College
. . . . . . . .Medical College of Maine at llowdoin College
...College of Physicians and Surgeons of llaltimore
.......................Maryland Medical College
.Medical Department, Georgetown Lniyersity
...........................U11ive1'sity of Maryland
.Medical Department, University of North Carolina
. . . . . . . . . . . . .Chattanooga Medical College, Tennessee
...Alumni Association, Chattanooga, Tennessee
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College of Physicians and Surgeons, St. Louis
Pi Delta Phi ..... Los Angeles Department of Medicine, Lv1llYCl'Slty of California
Upsilon Pi .........................
Kappa Delta ....
Medico-Chiru 1'gical College, Philadelphia
...,Medical Department, johns Hopkins University
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lf your waiter seems a little new and green
:Xt the place that you have chosen for the season,
If the pOl'lC1' has a cultivated mien,
'.l'here is a reason, gentle reader, there is a reason.
lf you hnd the stable man is up in Grcclr,
And the clerk discusses Mcdzkivzf with each comer,
Here is the answer to your question ere you speak,
He is a college student working for the summer.
Youll lind him on the steamer's scrubbing deck,
Youll see him in the stoke hole, where he swelters.
Youll lind him picking currants by the peck,
And he labors in the factories and smelters,
He is the canvasser who lingers at your door,
He is a trolley car conductor and a plumber,
And the extra clerk who serves you at the door
ls a college student working for the summer.
The ice man you had best be kind to him,
For he may be highest grade man of his college,
And the man you hire to keep the house in trim
May be P1Zj'SliC'll'IlIS and SQIIVQUUIIS' pride and full of knowledge,
There is nothing that a student wont essay,
He is a willing little toiler and a hummer,
You will find him near at home or far away,
He is a college student working for the summer.
Tlut when the day arrives for his return,
Nothing can keep him from pursuing his knowledge,
His return is filled with ambition to learn
And to advance in science and college.
At last the time arrives for his graduation,
He bades farewell to his colleague and newcomer,
XYhile complete a science and education
Takes with him this working student of the summer.
H. S. BICRMAN, 1914
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IBM Lfivta ith Jllratrrnitg
Fraternity Founded 1801 Cimlltcr lmlallcd Wm CUfUl'S+fYlI'CCll and Xlhitc
Chapter House, 909 North Calvert Street
Bull nf Ariiur Ollinptrru
Alpha .... ........ L fniversity of l'ittsburgh, Medical Department
lleta .... ...University of Michigan, Medical Department
Delta... .......... Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill.
Epsilon. .. ....................... McGill University, Medical Department
Zeta ,... .. Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons, llaltimore, Md.
Eta ..... .................. . Iefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, l'a.
Theta ..... ...Northwestern University Medical College
Iota .... .... C ollege of P. and S., University of Illinois
Kappa .... ............... D etroit College of Medicine
Lambda .... ........ S t. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo.
Mu ....... ....... X Yashington University, St. Louis, Mo.
Omicron. . .
Z1 U ......
Sl. ...... ..
lleta. . .
Zeta. . .
Iota. . .
.. . . . . . . . .University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo.
. . . . . . . . . .University of Minnesota, Medical Department
. . . .Purdue University, Medical College, lndianapolis, Ind.
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Iowa, Medical College
....Yanderbilt University, Medical Department
. . . . . .University of Alabama, Medical College
.. . .University of Missouri, Medical Department
. . . . . . .Ohio XYesleyan University Medical School
. . . .University College of Medicine, Richmond. Ya.
. . . . . . . . . .Georgetown University Medical School
....Medical College of Yirginia, Richmond, Ya.
. . .Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, Cal.
....,lohn A. Creighton University, Omaha, Nebr.
.. ....... Tulane University, Medical Department
..... Syracuse University, Medical Department
...Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, Pa.
.................. Marquette University, Milwaukee, Mis.
. . . .Indiana University, School of Medicine, Bloomington, Ind.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Ya.
. . . . .University of Pennsylvania, Medical Dept., Philadelphia. Pa.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Kansas, Medical Department
.......... University of Texas, Medical Department
Lambda ..... .... C ornell University, Medical College, New York City
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A Svritinfa Snlilnqug
I used to have a handsome nose,
Ilut I hayen't got it now.
And decent shoes to hide my toes,
Ilut I hayen't got thexn now.
My diamond ring, gold watch and chain,
Umbrella and walking stick,
NYill never trouble me again,
For I haven't got them now.
I l'IZlVCl1it got them now,
I haven't got them now,
The coat and vest that I once possessed,
My "uncle" has them now.
A silver spoon I had at birth
Ilut I IIZIVCIIII got it now,
And an excuse for being on earth,
llut I haven't got it now,
My eye was bright, my step was light,
My patent leathers out of sight,
I had a glorious appetite.
And you bet I have one now.
You bet I have one now,
You bet I have one now,
And if I only had the price.
I wouldn't have it now.
B. L. S., '13.
MowRER-Deeds. not words, are wanted here
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1Hhi Evita iiimilnn Ellraternitg
Organized May 15. WOO Chapter founded March, l'JU'l
Clzafvtvr Colors-4 Jld Gold and l'urple
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... . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...Cornell University Medical College
....University of New York and llellevuc Medical College
. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .Columbia Medical College
.. . . . . llaltimore Medical College
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Long lsland Medical College
. . . . . . . . .Fordham Cniversity, Medical Department
. . . .College of Physicians and Surgeons of llaltimore
. . . . . . . . .University of Maryland, Medical School
. . .Medical Department, L'nirersity of Peimsylrania
. . . . . . .lXIedico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia
.. . .Cniveriity of Syracuse. Medical College
. . . . . lfniversity of Louisville, Medical School
....L7niversity of NYisconsin, Medical College
cAN1NcHfl3orn without any common sense and is using it to the hest adrantagc
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1Hhi Evita iipnilnn iHI'EIfP1'IIi1g
C. F. CfvUm I1.1N
M. S. EISNIQR
M. T. HURWITZ
A. E. BIANL
L. M. FRIEDMAN
Hratrrn in Srhulanl
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XX. T. MAY
J. E. M1f:ND1iI,soHN
R. H. IKRICSLIN
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'xllfmm-"I lack not vanity nor brazen gall,
Xxvllilt I c:m't elm czm't be dune :lt all."
124 Elin' Gliuir. 15112
Dcfillifiull.-A self-limited infection characterized by a violent onset with high
fever tusually surgicall, loss of appetite, prostration, mental depression and inconti-
nence of currency.
Eiinitrgfvfgkltliotigli not delinitely proved, most authorities regard the bacillus de-
mentia juvenis as the cause. Some cases are congenital. 'llhe chief predisposing cause
Patholugfy.-Niiiety-nine per cent. of cases show early enlargement of the cra-
nium, which often severely taxes the sutures. At about the same time the brain
shows marked atropliic changes. ln the beginning the purse is dilated. but degenera-
tion soon becomes marked. and the contents are dissexninated, leaving that organ in
a state of complete atelectasis.
S.l'Hlf'f0111S-'l.ll'lC Of the Carliest Symptoms is raiment mania, which is often very
severe. Owing to the cerebral changes mentioned, the patients are usually voluble, but
speak incoherently or ask millions of fooligh questions, e. g., "XYhat time does the ll
o'clock mail come?" ln the early stage of the affection the aimless movements and
lack of facial expression are characteristic of the general appearance of the patient,
giving one the impression that spring is here. ln the last stages the patient is troubled
with insomnia, neurasthenia and melancholia.
fllitltjllOXIDS.-COIlVCl'SEllllill for one minute means positive diagnosis in every case.
Mr. Annan has never failed to properly diagnose a case yet.
Pl't75jlIl7A'fS.+XXvEll developed cases usually run a definite course, complete recovery
TrcafllzrzzI.-Several authorities are credited with having aborted certain cases in
an early stage. Of these observers perhaps Drs. McCleary, Novak, and Ullman are
the most prominent.
lly special request of the Dean their methods as yet have not been disclosed.
H. L. S., '13.
RlL'ssER-A pleasant fellow and good company.
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Nlzilarin works on number "two"
l'neunionizt's starring in the "hox"
.-Xnd often muffs the ball,
With strike-outs hy the score
lint the way old Cancer holds down
XX hile ll." catches quite superh
.-Xncl cuts off runs galore. ls something to appall.
Vellzigra tends his maize in "right,"
'I'vphoid fever plays in "lirst"
" A most productive field:
And pto1naine's down at "short:
.-Xnd lfneinarizis uCC1ltC4l'u plate
It takes some biff to get by him
For he's 21 dead-game sport. llrings forth abundant yield.
XXI' doctors ll21VCll't got a chance
lly science, bribe nor theft.
Takes in everything that'5 "left,"
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I lin Bnrtnr
liorn of science and suffering, he lives amid the sadness of death and the glad-
ness of birth. llain is his problem and pursuitg death his constant enemy, and the
exactness of science is his strong right arm. lle is the human brother of all the
human race. and every human being must soon or late feel the need of his tender
touch, and the strength of his helping hand.
lle leads in calm confidence, trusting woman thru the new, mysterious ways
of throbbing life, and brings her wavering between hope and fear. between longing
and losing, safely into the joyland of motherhood to the hug of her baby's body, and
the tug of her baby's love. He lifts unconsciousness into consciousness, animal life
into human life, one soul into two souls, and one love into two lovesg joins the won-
derworld of life to the wonderworld of love and limits his labors by the limit of hu-
Neither the blackness of night, nor the sob of the rain, nor the pinch of the cold,
nor the ship of mud can hold him from the call of his patient and the need of his
'l'here is no human hgure, no offspring of God or man more supreme than he.
The general leads in pomp and glitter brigades of regulars, but the Doctor follows in
the midst of wounded and the weak, and the hospital corps is the back bone of the
army. Navies drop anchor and the work of the world must wait when the Doctor
orders rest in the name of the pestilence and the plague.
The scarlet cord of contagion is as strong as the challenge of the Sentinel. He
makes habitations healthy and cities clean, directs hospitals and ministers freely to the
poor sick, sits in sympathy beside the sick child. winds in delicate accuracy the band-
ages about the broken bones, plunders nature in the laboratory for her secrets of
disease and teaches the mysteries and glories of his art to those who come after him.
To him whose daily life is such as this, who knows best of all the hopes 21l'lCl ffi2lI':s
and frailties of men, to whom come -lew and Gentile, Mongolian and Ethiopian, the
bad and the good. the cultured and the crude, who serves every race and nation.
heathen and Christian, creed and dogmas and castes and dregs that sink in the ocean
of humanity, and the wail of human pain and death and loneliness flow upward to him
whose mercy is as wide and as deep as life.
Sometimes the stress of nearness to his race, the pangs of pain. the despotism of
death, make one year seem two years, a decade a score, and life a century of breathing.
He is naeasured by his character and by his science, and his art can offer him but
little if he lacks in either. The foundation of his art and the supremacy of his call-
ing' were laid long ago by a Physician who came by way of Galilee, and by his living
guaranteed the perpetuity and standing of character.
Uhr Qlliuir, 15112 1.19
A Ductoi' is no mere transpurtatiim agent, acting lwlwecn lllCflll,'ll'lCs :mfl fli-f-:uses
but a man strung in plirposc, sure in living, imseltish in service, au'ur:1u: in r,4'lCII1'L', anfl
skilled in practice.
The wear of his work anrl the ceaseless turn uf the winfllass uf time clizmgc
his hair from black to iron gray, then tn gray anfl whitcg the wrinlflcs onine :mfl the
veins appear, thc still mutiflecl clrum beats flown the funeral marcli tn the last tattoo
the eyes go weak and far away. Ulfl and full of years, he leaves liehinfl and yet
mingles with those he served and starts on the lung journey cfmimrm In the sims uf
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XYas lirst of the animaleulae.
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'llhe iiiiemseiipieal pride and pet
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lfrwlyetl a pleading lbw refrain.
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Can well describe yuur many charms?
C41 ue tu these embryonic arms,
Then hie away to my cellular home
And be my little diatom."
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lle swure by muleeules abbve
Shed be his lawn gregarious mate.
Hr else he wnulcl disintegrate.
This aintwmis mite of a parasite
Vursuecl the germ both day and night,
Anil 'neath her window often played
'llhis Darwin-Huxley SCl'Cll21flCf
l'le'fl warble to her every clay
This 1'l1izuputliCal ruunclelay:
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l never met your like before.
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Froin ynu, sweet germ, l'll never part.
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'llill dissolution claims us both!"
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It is with no little feeling of timirlitv that I treat of a subject we all know so little
about. Ilowever, soliciting your kinclcst indulgence, I shall do the best I can.
DcfiH1'f1'o11-Cii'ls are a polymeric. allotropic class of substances, with two legs
I'li.vl01'yvTlic Iirst girl was
discovered in a garden, under a leaf, the same year
apples were discovered. Like the man who first made arsine, the discoverer forfeited
CDLTIII'l'ClIt'L'ffFI'CC, and in combination with men.
Pliyx. P1'ofu'1'fic.v-Lilce crystals, girls may be rlistinguislied from one another by
their color, odor, density and form. They have the power of changing their form
and color. Once or twice in a lifetime you run across one altogether different frozn
all the rest, tho observers do not seem always to be able to see the great difference
you observe so easily.
Clzvmirul P1'0f1c1'ticx-"Stiga1' and spice
And everything nice:
- That's what little girls a1'e made of."
The foregoing is not chemically true. Neither is it true that they are made up
tthough many arel, made up, I
say, altogether of dust.
Un the contrary, water forms seventy-tive per cent. of their composition. ,lust
think of it! Seventy-live per cent. water+dust:girlsI Can it be that these lovely
creatures with the funny hats and the high-heeled oxfords are. after all, only so many
solidified puddles, so to speak, as
Truly there is more to girls
experiment I have succeeded in
stant in their occurrence in these
loves, hates, dates, kisses, deceit
it were? Perish the thought!
than just dust and water! After years of study and
isolating the following elements which are quite con-
wonclerful bodies. Laughs, cries, smiles, fiowns,
I cannot give the technique employed to reveal all of the foregoing elements.
However I shall take the time and give in detail the procedure for obtaining kisses.
Eff't'l'fllIt'IIf-,TITS partial absence of light is desirable. Choose a girl whose nose
turns up. This is important: you do not want a nose in your way just at the critical
iroment. Place said girl on a divan and get thereon yourself. Apply hot air. Add
a little taffy and mix in soft soap and salve. Squeeze her hands. Snuggle. and kisses
will begin to ooze to her lips from whence they may easily be removed. The author
does not claim that the foregoing is the only method of obtaining kisses: not at all!
There are many others. The one just described, however, is perhaps the most ef-
Uhr Ollinir. 1912
ln case of failure to obtain kisses it is clue to awkxvarclness on the part of
operator, that is, faulty technique, or employment of the wrong method for the par
ticular ease in hanrl.
For, remember, kisses are Constant in their occurrence as a part of girls.
Girls have a great alhnity for new honnets, jabot, taleum and rosaline, and W1
combine in any proportion with hon-laons and soda-water. Their combinations uith
nien result in the production of some queer products.
Girls' reaction to criticism is accompanied by a great deal of effervescent fumiii
spiteful explosions and a marked elevation in temperature.
Uses-L'secl very largely in the making of trouble. also as playthings for men
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I hr Glalwhur
2-Introductory lecture. A Freslnnan delies thc Soplioinores. llc leaves
with a broken head.
3-A few Freshmen take forced baths at college.
4-The Freshmen organize and clect temporary olilicers.
5-A junior arrives from the "Sunny South," wearing a straw hat. lle
is told to buy new headgear.
6-The Sophoznores begin planning how to avoid a clash with the Fresh-
7-The hrst Freshman is discovered struggling homeward with his box of
Sb-Sunday. All the students go to church.
9-The Sophomores present rules to the Freshmen, which are, "Do as you
10-Sophomore election, Result: The politicians stuff the ballot box and
a new election is called for.
11-Sophomores elect officers.
127.luniors elect oilicersg flICj'SlLU-VL'1l'L'fFCI,.
13-Clinic campaign is started.
14+Senior class elects officers.
15-Sunday. Some of the Students go to church.
16-Everybody cuts lectures and goes to see the parade in honor of the
17-The painful news is received that one of the members of the Clinic
Board will not return to college.
18-Stuart moves for the first time.
19-Another election. The Freshmen this time.
20,-Duchon, Rumisel, Yassa and Cattie attend lectures.
Zlgl-Iorn spends seventeen cents in a good cause.
22-Sunday. None of the fellows go to church.
23-Richardson and Maher take lessons in manicuring.
2-I-Dr. Ruhrah reads some ot the famous prescriptions written by the
25-Gatti is still putting the professors wise.
26SStuart is almost too busy to attend lectures.
27-A big noise is heard in college. Everybody thinks a class rush is ou.
Nothing but the ceiling gives way.
28-The rush occurs. All Hail the Sophomores! Lampblack and water did
29-Sunday everybody rests from a hard week's labor.
134 Ein' Lflliuir, 1512
3Of-l lankcy is elected to the Clinic staff. "F-impson's Daily Leader," please
Xte failed to announce before that Guthrie, of 1010 fame, is with us
Uwing to llallowe'en festivities many are absent from lectures.
A Senior is discovered by a policeman getting away with a street-
J-Sinyser is seen talking with a female.
-1-"Larry" introduces Alonzo XYortliington Little to his circle of friends.
5-Sunday. Many of the boys stroll out to the park.
o-Fleming couldnt stand the kidding, so moved out.
7-Everybody except some of the Seniors take a holiday. Election day.
S-Many of the Democrats stay away from lectures to help bury their de-
U-Guthrie moves from 715 N. Calvert St. to U58 XY. Fayette St.
10-Two Freshmen faint while visiting the dissecting-room.
11-About thirty of the fellows go to Annapolis to witness the football
game between Navy and 11'est Virginia University. XYe will omit
12-Sunday. Nothing doing.
15-Pelusio takes a back seat.
1-1-Things remain quiet during one lecture. tTobin is absent.l
15-Dwyer stars in Operative Surgery, due to his laborious study of dis-
secting last year.
16-Gatti writes a prescription before the class for one of his friends.
17-4 Yllrien tSophomorel states his views as to how the professors should
treat the students.
18-Owing to pressure of studies, Lake has to discontinue teaching his class
of Lithuanians. '
lf?-"The gentleman from Mississippi" takes a long walk.
20-The Dean corresponds with a number of upper-classmen in regard to
21-The aforesaid uppeizclassinen are very much agitated.
-Hartt coming home late from seeing a fair one goes to sleep and wakes
up in the car-barn some hours later.
23-The Clinic Board and the executive committee of the Senior class meet
to discuss ways and means.
2-1-Rusiniselle and Myles spend the night with friends in town.
25-lt is announced that Scott. Sprowls. Dwyer and lYilliams will soon edit
a book, entitled "The Trail Of The Harem Skirt."
26-31CClllI10' and Gardner Go out in society. "Mac" says he made a hit.
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21-The Dean announces that we get three days off for Thanksgiving.
ZS-Dr. Simon bids the Freshmen farewell until after lhanksgiving.
29fMany of the fellows go home for vacation.
ng Uhr Qlliuir, 12112 1.35
Decen1ber -l-Xtork is rcsulncd again with many IllJ5L'lllCL'i.
5--First light of the year. Coiitestaiits, Lingcr and tlarfliit-r. lit,-fm-1'e1-,
lllack tjuniorl 3 lilack gives Linger the flCC'lSllI1l.
6fQuinn after inoving four times decides lu stay awl1ilc at ZIU XY. liraiikf
li11 St. and unpacks his trunk.
7fl'lCl'IlZllNlCZ has stayed i11 the same llljlllll for three days.
8-Tudela, Zengotita and Ahrcti migrate froni lillllllfldlllllll i11 5C?ll'Cll nf il
more agreeable climate.
'P-'Stuart looks at a suite uf roonis in the Madison Ave. .'XlI2ll'l,llt'IllN and
linally decides on :1 fourth Hoon' 11111111 at U25 St. l'aul St.
10-Farrell after linding a new use for a hath tub is forced lu 1111111 froni
ll-Sanchez is seen arou11d the College builfling.
13-,Iarrell asks Dr. Sanger his lirst intelligent question.
l-l-Freshinen give tl1e S-opl1on1ores the slip 21I'Itl get their pictures taken,
using the Sophs' pCllIl2llllS.
15-hlaner tSeniorJ goes to Pllll2lflCl1DlllZ1, but not alone. Xxillti was she?
16-Dixon a11d llrennan are absent fro.n roll call. Later tl1ey Ell'C dis-
covered asleep i11 Dixon's room.
l7-Everybody begi11s to plug for mid-years.
lS-Dixon and llrennan are still sleeping. They wake up at 3 P. Rl., just
i11 ti111e to take their Surgery exa111.
191-Mackenzieis entertaining"friends," who cause l1i111 a great deal of
21-The Freshmen take their exam. in Osteology a11d bid an affectionate
farewell to tl1e bones tat least we l1ope most of them didl.
22+O11'i11g to tl1e absence of tl1e lirst-year men, tl1e rest of tl1e classes are
able to get 3l'OLl1lf'l i11 tl1e college building.
23-All tl1e exa111s. are over Zllltl Vacatio11 begins.
january 2-School reopened. Profs. lecture to empty seats.
A few students retur11.
Endlield begins cra111111i11g for tl1e final exams.
Stuart begins to raise a mustache.
McClung discovers a new article of diet.
Many ofthe students surprise tl1e people at their ljmllffllllg-lltfllliei by
getting to breakfast early. t'l'l1ey drop in to eat on their way hack
to their l'OOll1S.l
After a week of quiet a noise is heard. tTobin retur11s.1
Fleming gets l1is weekly dividend from tl1e beef trust.
lO'Tobin and Kerr do Z1 stunt i11 juggling. Tt1bi11 hounds a cl1airr-fi' of
ll-Dr. Morrill finds about half of tl1e class absent fl'Ol'll his quiz. He
voices his sentiments on the subject.
-Drs. Kimzey a11d johnson 111ake a call out near Dr11id Hill Park at
2 A. M.
136 Uhr Qlliuir, 1912
15-Dwyer and Blowrer sever all relations with each other.
1-lslt is so cold that nearly everyone stays in bed.
l5flJr. Xliade bums a cigarette paper from a Freshman.
ltRStuart's mustache is making its appearance.
lf-Mowrer wears a careworn look. due to business worries.
lS-Doughty, finding that Pleasant St. was unbecoming to a -lunior, moves
to St. Paul and 25th Sts.
lil-Cobian comes to lectures with his hair combed.
ltlflloffman is advised by a 'Iunior to take a few lessons in "table
21iDoughty linds St. Paul and 25th Sts. too becoming to a junior and
moves to Franklin St.
22-Pelusio gets a haircut and has to buy a new wig.
23-Cooper tFreshmanl presents Dr. Fort with a quart of Moonshine
2-1-Mowrer's brow takes on an extra wrinkle.
25-Gatti is seen at Lexington and St. Paul Sts. at 3 A. M. looking for his
26-Peck worries the waitress at Hotel De Amos and gets a lecture on "How
to behave." s
27-Peters on returning home late finds himself locked out. He spends
what little remains of the night in Union Station.
ZS-Sunday, too cold to go out.
29-Stuart moves again. He says late hours are making him bald-headed.
SOAD11 Gardner in a quiz on gynecology calls on Smyser at 9.15. Smyser
wakes up at 9.30, Dr. Gardner in the meantime marking him absent.
31-Segarra goes to the moving pictures with a strange girl. He must have
gone back on his Franklin St. Queen.
February l-Another wrinkle is added to Mowrers brow.
2-The Freshman class attend the Clinic in 51 as usual.
3-Bernabe is seen out after S P. BI. He is surely going to the bad.
5-'laner tSenioril administers a dose of salvarsan. The patient may re-
6-John L. Sooy gives out his latest instructions from "dad" for the
benefit of his fellow-students.
7-XYeldon celebrates his fourth birthday this year by going to the the-
S-The usual afternoon session is held near the lockers on the third Hoor.
Everyone taking the course are present.
9-Musser, Gallant and Day attend the matinee at the Gayety as scheduled.
IO-The members of the CLINIC Board spend the day selling tickets for the
12-The Freshmen enter the dissecting-room. Galvin nearly throws up his
lunch when some grease flies in his face.
Uhr Olliuir, 1912 137
1.3-A few of the fair sex from out of town arrive lu gntothelllcall'1:pal'ly.
1-il-ell. Sz S. night at the Auditorium. 'lille lfreslnnen affcnrl in a body and
lead the cheering.
15-Most of the students sleep late and miss the 'J ffclock lecture.
16-After five weeks of coaxing, a few hairs appear on Stuarts upper lip.
17-Rusmiselle figures six hours on his accounts and then calls in an as-
18-A damip rainy day.
19-After much worry and loss of sleep the hluniors receive their marks in
Z0-Silver and Draughn celebrate their birthdays by making merry.
21-Dixon arrives too late for the 9 A. Nl. Lecture.
22-All celebrate lYashington's llirthday by studying hard.
25-The lloard of Editors wear out much shoe leather looking for ads. but
return minus the ads.
24-The Sophomores elect the CLINIC lloard for the next year. Everything
goes according to the dope sheet.
23-Positively nothing doing.
26-Smyser smokes his first cigar and needs medical attention afterward.
27-blaner, Hernandez and Sanchez have a party and return home in time
28-Stuart buys a new bottle of hair dye for his mustache, to bring out the
29eAbout half the class are absent from Dr, Lockwoods recitation. He
inquires whether or not there was another theatre party the night
1-The Price of hats goes up, For further information see the Editor-in-
2-'Mutt" G'Brien makes us a visit after a long absence.
3-The literary staff in lieu of going to church find it necessary to spend
the day at their offices, in order to get the CQLINIL' ready for the press.
-l-"Simpsons Daily Leader" wins S7 pitching nickels.
5-Section in gynecological laboratory fiunked blood.
6-Dr. Lockwoods conference is much disturbed by continuous noise out-
side. Those nickels should be padded.
7-Uernabe operates during the absence of Dr. Hayden and breaks two
S-sSeveral members of the junior class invest a few dollars in the inter-
est of Paul N. Fleming, of Hagerstown.
9-Easton wears a derby, but forgets to comb his hair.
1OfLiterary Board still at work.
11-Mowrer's brow takes on another wrinkle. Buettner is present at Dr.
l3evan's lecture for the first time this year. The Doctor welcomes
'fHeine" with a cheerful "Good morning!"
12-Brown acts as official interpreter for Pelusio in Dr. Becks recitation.
138 Gllir Ollinir, 1512
15 Dr. Esker calls on XYeldon,' who is asleep in goat row. Lake is pressed
into service to restore hi.n to consciousness.
1-l-Kelly discovers the round ligament in a male. Schott's mother-in-
law takes him to the theatre.
15-"Duke" llrennan lets his eye rest on a beer label for live minutes
and is taken with "D. 'l"s."
16-Dr. Dobbin undergoes an operation.
18-il. Devel' Stuart moves from lllb Forrest street to 222 XYest Frank-
lin street, in order to be near the "bright lights."
19-bl. Dever, dissatislied with his new apartments, moves back to For-
20-The Editor is asked for the -l7SUth time when the Year liook will be
21-Dr. Lockwood quizzes all members of the class not present at previ-
ous meeting. They occupy front seats and make good.
22-Dr. ljrack meets the class in obstetrics in the absence of Prof. Dob-
23 Col. Draughn, of Mississippi, together with his two aides, Hosmer
and Gillis, attends the Memorial Parade in Xiashington in honor of
the "Maine" dead.
2-I-Literary Board on the job.
25-Dr. Rytina talks to the Juniors on "606" in the absence of Dean
26-The speculators "shoot their last nicklef' a notice appears on the bul-
letin to that effect. A
27-Dr. Hayden fails to meet class and some of the boys spend the af-
ternoon at the Gayety.
29-Dr. Kelly, of Hopkins, talks to 'the students on Y. M. C. A.
30-Freshmen vs. B. M. C. baseball. Score, 12-2, favor B. M. C.
April 1-Gallant is the victim of an April fool joke, also various other E Z
2-Dean Bevan posts the last call for tuition.
3-Everybody is broke, money at a premium.
4-Many of the fellows go home for the Easter vacation.
J-College is closed until Tuesday, April 9th.
6-The Freshmen play the Polytechnic team in baseball.
7-Easter. On account of the rain. many of the fellows decide not to take
their canes and new suits out for an airing.
S-The day after Easter.
9-School is reopened.
10-Dr. Esker quizzes in Qperative Surgery and Ends all the "high-
brows" notoriously deficient in this branch.
11-Going up! A Freshman informs one of the professors that his room-
mate is sick, running a temperature of 103.
Ellyn' Gliuir. 1912 1.30
ll-lu the uhseuee uf llrs. llzu'rism1 zuirl Wise, Slll'ML'lrlls fiiilty :tml 'lar
rell mln :ui Zlllllllllillltlll lneffire an l:u'ge mimller nf flistiiigiiisln-fl flmtw-
of the -llIllltJl'Cl1lSS. i'Are you asleep? Say une, tww, three," says
15 fllireless frfnu lrun llill: XXI-lrlwu is just pztssiiig thru, lu-:ulefl mf
l-lee-XYelclun rezlehes llullimure after it live flzlys' ll'Zlll1ll frfnu llrirlgelifirl.
.X brass hzuiel is eliztrtererl lu meet the herw :it lllglllllllflllfkll.
15-lilezm lievzm lectures mi the surgery nf the lmrzniu. It is :ill lusl .ni
the .Iuuiur class.
16--lfleming lmeeumes desperate :xml Zlllltusl huys Zl pznelfage uf tulmew.
hut is szlvecl the uimecessziry expense hy the nppurttilie zmppezirzmee
uf his mfmziiiliate, l'eters.
l7f,'Xll the zmztesthetists :tre saying, "flue, twig three: are yuu asleep?"
They get the habit frlnu Surgeuii .lZlI'l'Cll,
lSf.'X mass meeting is called in Sl to zirrzuige fm' the zumuzll lireshe
man-Soplioiuore lmseball gzuue.
lf?-All the juniors hone hztrcl fur their 'lllierzmeutie exzimiiizititm.
20-'llhe great clay ztrrives. The Soplirmnwes trim the Freshies to the
tune of 0-3. l'uiut loses ZOO cents, nucl goes lmike fm' the rest
of the year.
21f'l'he uusiulczihle 'llitzuiie hits an iceberg :md goes to the bottom in
A llllfl-HCCZIII, carrying with it sixteen huuclrefl souls.
22-'llhe survivors rush the hook to press.
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0 Uhr Qlliuir, 1912
Elin' Pmutnntiat in Qin Bulrinru
l list as thy heart and ascending aorta
'l'heir volumes of valvular harmony pourg
And my soul from that muscular music has caught
New life 'mid its anatomical lore.
Uh, rare is the sound when thy ventricles throb
ln a systolic symphony measured and slow.
XVlien the aurieles answer with a 1'hyth1nica1 sob,
As they murmur a melody wondrous-ly low!
Oh, thy cornea. love, has the radiant light
Of the sparkle that laughs in the icicle's sheen,
And thy crystalline lens, like a diamond bright,
'llhrough the quivering frame of thine iris is seen!
And thy retina spreading its lustre of pearl,
Like the far-away nebula, distantly gleams
From a vault of black cellular mirrors that hurl
From their liexagon angles the silvery beams.
Ah! the flash of those orbs is enslaving me still,
As they roll 'neath the palpebra, dimly translucent,
Ubeying, in silence, the magical will
Of the oculoinotorapathetic-abducent.
Uh, sweet is thy voice, as it sighingly swells
From the daintily quivering chorde vocales,
Ur rings in clear tones through the echoing cells
Un the antrum, the ethmoid and sinus frontales!
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011 his way to the third or fourth floor,
I haven't an idea of mentioning his name,
For I wouldn't make any ehum sore,
He thought himself smart when he told her to halt
XYith Oh! such a boisterous yell,
But the lady indeed was quite equal to him
XYhen she daintily answered, "Haltl Hell."
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Ellyn Svtuhvnm' Glalvnhatr
On Monday nights invariably
Long rigils do I keep:
I try to read obstetrics then
I-Xnd always fall asleep.
Xow obstetrics is important.
You must learn it without doubt,
Or Doc Ilobbin he will get you
If you don't
On Tuesday night while all
The boys are out upon a spree
I ponder o'er the pages of
I read it fore, I read it aft,
I read it round about.
Hu llcclnesclay night about the time
The midnight hour draws near,
I sean the pages of my leather-
Coyered Eye and Ear.
This subject is important:
Yes, it is without a doubt.
For Doc lfriedenwald will get you
If you don't
Hn Thursday night Doe Usler's book
I place upon my knee
.Xnd learn about the mysteries
Of measles and T. IE.
Now medicines a subject
That no one can do without.
.Xncl Doc Lockwood he might get you
For Doe Gardner says he'll get you
If you don't If you don't
On Friday night and Saturday.
Sometimes on Sunday, top.
My tirst and second also
Third year work I must review.
Doctors Harrison and Novak.
Doctors Fort and Beck, on gout.
They all are bound to get you
If you don't
.-XL13ifR'r E. BIAN, 'I2.
I'ETiiRs-I-low marriage doth tame a man.
Ellyn' Qllinir. 15112
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lt is pleziszmt of an evening,
XX'hen il jolly crowd you meet.
'l'o sit around a table
XX'hile they treat, treat, treat.
liill each glass when it gets empty
And you do not have to think,
For the talk grows light and airy
XYhile you drink, drink, drink.
'l'oil and worry seem far distant
And your sorrows slip away
As the minutes grow to hours
llut you stay, stay, stay.
Anxious sweethearts, wives or roommates
May he waiting for you then,
But you hate to leave the jolly crowd
Of men, men, men.
Till at last there comes a time
XYhen e'en the best of friends must part.
And for home, with step unsteady.
Then you start, start, start.
And you find some difficulty
Un the narrow path to keep,
For the street you onee thought level
ls so steep, Steep, steep.
XYhen you're quizzed in class next morning
You've forgotten every rule,
And you sort a realize
That you're Z1 fool, fool, fool.
H. L. S., '13
l 14.1.1 Flljfl his specimen ls not a dago.
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Two students from Mt. Veriuni I'lace
On last St. I"atriek's llay
Decided the gruli was "on the hog."
So they siIen'Iy stole away.
To Fulton .Xvenue-two hundred lvlocl
In the western end of town,
A famous ehurch stood right next door
But we never got aroun'.
Because the Sunday morning fare
Of coffee and hot cake
NVas never served 'til way past ten,
Thus making it too Iate.
However, we had no troulile
In passing off the time. ,
Between two charming milliners
And a eat with full lives-nine.
The milliners hailed-one from the
The other from Dixieland:
A combination hard to beat.
On this I'lI take my stand.
The cat was a mute-fa measly mut -
.Ns was plain hy its shape and hairg
Its home hy night the hack-yarfl fenee.
Ily day the parlor chair.
Now while we waited for our hash
To the parlor we would go.
Only to iind that "dogon" cat
.XII curled up, don't you know.
Somehow that cat was taken ill
Ye-ry suddenly one day.
And the landlady. half suspicious,
Called in the S. P. C. A.
just how the tragedy took place
XVas a mystery to the madamg
For quite a while the cat was queer,
It surely must have had 'c-ni.
XYQ pleaded the case in our own defence,
The madam stood defiance.
But its "lives" came hack-yes. tinally.
Through her faith in Xtian science.
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REINA-"Rude am I in my speech."
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Admit l have no scheme at hand the gap tu lill.
This is, alas, a time of rue, Il time uf wee.
XYhat's tw he dune? l ask nf yuu, l do nut knnw.
Huw shall I till the yawning space within my mind
I'm up against it, face to face. again I find.
Ah, hitter is my earthly cup: I'l1haveto cram.
llnw can I hope to e'ei' pluguphefore exam?
611 Gln illatlyrr
Gu to father, she said.
When I asked her to wed:
And she knew that I knew,
'llhat her father was deadg
And she knew that I knew
XYhat a life he had led:
And she knew that I knew
NYhat she meant when she said:
"GO TO Father."
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XXillCll life! u'iu'lf is :ill licliiucl us. zuifl u'c'x'c fliiiic nur clzuimrlcsl :mil flicflg
NYC u'uii't rcsl3nll,1lu, irc wiiirl ucccl il xrlicu wc lliiuli limi' irc luzifi-rl ini tlliw -.1ilivi'c.
lim' wliilc ullicrs wcre "lumiug" iizitlmliigy, wc were Nuclciug up wliislccy ziurl lm-r.
'lllic zuigcls xrmrt iwlczlsc us :ls cl1uii'ci'9, wall miiiciiilrci' ilu- cliivrus girl! xliirla
'l'lic cliwufls winrt scciu plcnszuit up lic im, irc wuirt czirc fur llic zuigcl xvlifi llirtxg
XYQ'll miss tliu sziliiim :mil rzitlislccllcr, xxx-'ll Nigli fur lliu rlingy Qtzlgc cliwr.
.Xml tliu sins tlizlt wc siuuccl will sci-ui plczisziut us wc flrczuii nf tlic rlziyx that :irc ifcr.
'l'lic cniiicls wc riflc lllllf' lic fzistcr, liul u'c'll lung' fur llic iilfl triillcy cur,
lirwu thc iiiilliv wax' u'c'll lizlvc lu clriuli lliuu, liut u'c'll u'iQli fur Lvlliiiziira lnzir.
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liul um-'ll just lizivc lim gil ilu wishing till Gzlliricl lilfwws his ulrl lioru.
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Dk, l:lPli'Il--Uxlllllll Iixccl oil do yull often see on the dining table?"
Dx. f,l.XRIJNlER'll'lll1UllL', what are the operations for removal of carcinoma of the
'l'lunuff"Supra-public, always supravvaginal and clamps off my broad ligament."
Dn. lill-l'liR'l' tln Gynecological l.ah.lw"XX'l1at slide is that, 'l'hompsonf
Tuoxlrs::N-'f"E1nphyseal separation of the cervix, Doctor."
lD1u'i'.i1is'1'-"Gotnl morning! KlcClung', you look as if you had a million."
MvCL.l'Nm1-"Yes, and l feel as if l had. Give me ten cents' worth of insect
Dk. Folvr-"XYl1at is the dose of spiritus frumcnti?"
BIILLPQN-Hfllllf a pint, if it is good l"
DR. LIQITZ-"XYliat is the surgical treatment of gastroptosis?"
lll.,-XCK-HSl1UI'tCl1 the Diaphragm."
DR. Drnxmx-"If you can't pull it, what do you do?
Cm1F'roN-"Turn it around."
DR. L1ucliwofin-"XYhere do you lind tuberculosis?"
K1x1z1cvM"ln men and cows."
DR, Loc liVVUUDf"gXl'G bulls exempt?"
A physician has discovered the yellow fever germ in ice. lt would therefore be a
good plan to boil the ice before using it.
NURSE-UYOLI have been badly injured and l shall give you an alcohol rub."
ll.-X'l'llfN'I'-l'AI'C you sure l'm not hurt internally?"
DR. Alllfliw-'l'lll'lZlt line is perpendicular to Poupart's ligament."
EAs'rox-"l think it is parallel, as it is somewhat at right angles to it."
DR. Wxlisox-"l had a patient who had part of his transverse colon removed."
'l.XRRl':Ll,'HlJld they remove it from his body, Doctor?"
DR. N1u'.'x1q-Har1'i11gto1i, what is meant by tonicity of the heart?"
ll.-XRRIN1L'I'UN-'K 'The soundsf is less forceful and cannot be heard.
DR. B1ORRILL"HlVl1E1'E is the prognosis in Typhus fever?"
RISINA t.luniorl-"'l'he patient may die at the end of a week."
DR. llAYDlfN-Hclllty, how would you treat a small amount of Huid in the plural
G1NTvw"l'1y puncturing the lung, Doctorf
S'l'IQAl'Sr2+"I would do better work if my pleasures did not interfere."
Uhr Qllinir, 15112 151
' DR. ESKIQR-"l'low would you get a patient to breathe if when 1'est:f,-ting for
emphysema that function were destroyed ?"
,lkl-EY Sclmlflko 1-lust coming out of tranccl !'Wl1al. do you mean, Doctor, by
Sicrrz tXX'atching llolland dissecting fcmalcl -"Have you found the prostate
I-Ioi,,I,ixNn tAfter searching 10 minutesjl-"I guess l must have cut it out."
DR S'l'IFI.ICR tQuizzing llorn in dissecting room J-"Horn, name contents of caro-
l'lORN-"'lYZ1gUSi nerve. common carotid artery and lnternal 'yugular' weinf'
.larrell says the sacrum is "like a curved arc."
DR. Simon-"Morales, give me the properties of chlorine
MoRA1,1is-'Ylt supports sutfocationf'
FIRST IUNIUR Clin cafej-"Two beers, please."
S12CoNn ,IUN1oR tlsifting 30-ounce glass of beveragel-"Say, where'5 the free
DR. FOR'1'7UXYll21l term is applied to arsenical pigmentation ?"
STUART-"Gosl1l the air in this room is bum."
DR, .lUN'IfSfuXYll21t is that?"
STUART-l said the "atmosphere in the vicinity of this enclosure is vitiatedf'
SENIUR LUNGf'irlll1E'l'C goes a couple of respectable girls."
l?RowN-"XYhy, wouldnt they speak to you?"
NoLANn tAfter exam.J-"He asked for the nervous mechanism of respiration.
but I didn't think of mentioning any nerves."
DR. H12RR1Nt:+"Livesay, where is the lesion in Tabes Dorsalis
L1x'14tsAx'-"Well, it must be in the anterior horn, for the other name for the disease
is anterior poliomyelitis."
DR. GARDNICR-H,l1'Cl2lI1Cl, can you tell us the difference in the blood supply of the
IRELAND-'i1'fl2l1'Cl hbroids have a relatively small supply, therefore we can cut
them with safety and impunity."
DR. ULLMlXNfPOlHll11g'lO Dynch, Freshmanl-"What muscles are attached to
the clavicle?" Pause.
DR. l.iLLM,-KN-UXYl12'L'E is your name ?"
LYNCH-"l don't know, Doctor."
SICGARRAYLCHII, lanky, limber. bony, bumped and busted. One of the handsomest of
the Porto Rican colony.
152 Uhr Qlinir. 1512
DR. kiARDNICR-uxxiilllt is the nrst procedure in a vaginal examination?"
Klixv-"l'ut your lingers in."
DR. GARITNIQR-"ik wise man looks lirstf'
MAN-"1've won enough surgical cases to he a surgeon."
FRIEND-"All you need is the knowledge."
Rvsx1lsIiL1,ic-"Say, Larry, isn't it funny the way I get lost in llaltimore ?"
DR. MoRRILL-"XYliat kind of chill do you get in yellow fever?"
McK1NNltv-"A yellow chill."
DR. LlfI'I'Z-hxxillilt symptoms manifest themselves in chronic gastritis after eat-
H.'XNIil':l'-'IALOSS of appetite."
DR. XYISIC-UPOWGIS, when does ossihcation take place
POWWQRS-HSCCOllCl year of foetal life."
DR. L1lCKW'UUD-"XYl1El'C is Canavan ?"
Klit1L'llH-UC3.l'lZlV3.I1 is sick."
DR. LocRwooD-"lYell, his patient is dead."
It is rumored that XYheeler has gynephohia.
If Gatti were "Cattie," Rusmiselle, "Rumseller,' and Dixon, "Duchon," the
junior class would have missed lots of fun.
DR. THURIiIfLSlJN-"D65Cl'llDC the Yastus Externus Muscle
NICCALLIUN tAfter talking for half an hourl-"What am I talking about. Doc-
DR. THoRRELsoN-"Tl1at is what I want to know."
Latest addition to Pharmacopeia: Aviation poison, 1 drop fatal.
Much dispute has arisen as to why Nohe is so fond of East Baltimore.
DR. FORT-"How will you administer ether internally?"
FoLl2v-"Hy suppository, Doctor."
If Bash bought a new cap would it Fitzpatrick?
If Malloy did not study anatomy do you think C. D. XYood?
If the Porto Ricans were out in a boat would De Castro?
If Perry stays in North Carolina where does Basil Linger?
If Jackson is a doctor what is johnson?
If Cooper is a farmer in XYest Yirginia where is H. E. Gardner?
If Griffith gets hot has Steel a temper?
If Spinks sails to Europe where will A. S. Crews.
SRIYSER-XYC hope. we trust, we pray that some day he may awake. XYe also laugh
out of mere respect.
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Vclusu wwulcl stop singing
Stcuzirl wmwulcl ship bliifliiig
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'llilmiii wuiihl snip fouling
Gallant mmld stup limkiiig like thc wliulc slum'
Culiizm woiilcl keep his mouth shut
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Getting in on the "ground tlooru frequently means going out thru the sewer.
lfools rush in where .luniors fear to tread.
Don't stop to sing the chorus in the middle of the song.
l'ollow roads that lead so.newhere.
The tears and smiles of a child are near neighbors.
No earthly joy surpasses the unclonded welcome of at wife.
l,ord will provide if ytill hustle.
Dont crv over spilled milk. thank God the cow didn't die,
You cannot have sympathy in one hand and a steel sound in the other.
best things in life cannot be bought with money, but an undivided interes
dollars makes a line background for one's self-respect.
is too short to spend it all in making money.
lt costs like-to get rich.
Trouble hunters never need a guide.
'llhe local medical society tends to keep the hinges of professional friendship
The man who knows when he has enough is not quite a fool.
There are tricks in all trades, but ours is all tricks.
Do things that are worth while. 'llhe next best thing to
to tind it.
not the substance for its shadow.
Bz111gPr5 nf iliiuing
Drink water and get typhoid.
Drink milk and get 'l'. ll.
Drink whiskey and get jim jams.
Eat soup and get llright's disease.
Eat meat and encourage apoplexy.
Eat oysters and acquire toxemia.
Eat vegetables and weaken the system.
Eat dessert and take to paresis.
Smoke cigarettes and die early.
Smoke cigars and get catarrh.
Drink eottee and get nervous prostration.
ln order to be entirely healthy, one must eat nothing, drink nothing, smoke noth
ing, and even before breathing one should make sure that the air has been properly
know is to know where
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Recently discovered by llr. Cupid. 'llhe passing of the llow and Qniver.
17i.vt1'iIv11f1'o11s.-4 lccurrence very wideg conclromal with sentiment and civilization.
C11tll'l1L'f'l'I'X.'Sl3l"H'L1lLllCll bacillus. Yery resistent lo adverse conditions and cnrirf
onnientsg viable after extreme desiccation of prolonged absenceg retain powers of
growth after months of storage on the ice, block of breal: ups, and unreciprocaterl
ailiectionsg very resistent to the ebullitions of irate parents. The most virulent types
are found in cozy Corners, dimly lighted parlors, moon-lit, vine-clad veranflas, iso-
lated hanimocks, and similar places with poor lights and seclusion.
C'o11t'ovcd.-lly all ordinary methods, but the most coinnfon is close personal con-
tact, such as holding' hands, embracing and especially kissing.
l7f'fi111'1'i011.-A11 acute or chronic intlaznmatioii of the altections, with specilic li 1-
calization in the heart and emotional centers of the brain, characterized by marked
instability of the nervous system, inducing severe and typical heart-storm, resulting in
a bizarre perversion of conventional conductg often complicated by delusions, illu-
sions and hallucinations.
lzlfcffilifz.-Most common among young adults,fin old individuals the course of
the disease is.aborted, symptoms non-immotional and uninteresting. Children are not
immune, however, and condition engendered is known as puppy love. Constant conn-
panionship of opposite sex seems to be about the only relief, but, unless closely
watched, embarrassing complications may result.
The Heart.-Seeiiis to be the chief seat of infection, causing rapid pulse, palpi-
tation, disturbances of circulation, sudden rises in body heat, Hushingg other synptoms.
embracing of imaginary objects: dreams of a most vivid and paraclisical nature are
Nc11'1H'uI 11111111111i1'y.-'lieiitls to occur in certain abnormal human monstrosities
known as old maids and bachelors, XYhen infection does result emotional paroxysms
sorely rack their callous calmness.
Tzwtifizzcaif.-'lllie only possible cure is to give as companion-nurse for life his or
her hearts desire: though some, with disastrous results have resorted to the conven-
tional emotional hypnotics and aneestheties. viz.: Alcohol. fortune-hunting, inisan-
thropy, poodle-dogs, suifragette crusades, etc.
Notice.-All normal individuals become infected at some period of life. and while
most wait for the infection to occur in Natures way, the highest success does not al-
ways result. So Dr. Cupid is prepared to give inoculations of the genuine bacillus and.
with a nurse exactly suited to your nature and needs, this inevitable disease will ter-
minate most happily and permanent immunity for all pseudo types be established.
Office Aehing-Heart Sanatorium, or Call by Telepathy. "Literary Editor."
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College of Physicians
of Baltimore, Maryland
Forty-firstA nnuaISessi0n will begin
October 2, 1912
New Building, Modern Equipment,
Unsurpassed Laboratories, Large and
Independent Lying-in Asylum for
Practical Obstetrics, Department for
Prevention of Hydrophobia and Many
Hospitals for Clinical Work present to
the medical student every advantage
f B .RCW
For catalogue and other information apply to
CHAS. F. BEVAN, Dean :z Cor. Calvert
and Saratoga Sts. :: BALTIMORE, Mo.
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He is himself. He displays constantly his
individualityee ethat which makes him make good.
Mediocre clothes never made a man make
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Fine clothes have helped many a man to make
To wear fine clothes is a tag of success as the
outside world views it.
We make fine clothes at moderate prices.
They possess the individuality of yourself. They
are made for you - -no one else.
Five hundred patterns from which to choose,
two hundred workmen to bend their efforts on
your tailoring and a shop always open to your
We charge from SIS to S35 for this service
0 mwoouffh Fineman or Goldsmith
fin TIMAKE THEM BETTER"
5 W ZIS North Eutaw Street
'MAKE -mam BETTER
The Baltimore College of
ILL open its 73d Annual Course of lnstrudtion on
Odtober 2, l9l2. 111 This is the oldest Dental Col-
lege in the worldg gives its students the advantage of
a course in Badteriology and Dissecftion in the College of
Physicians and Surgeons of this city. 'll No student admit-
ted after the l Oth of Qdtober. ill For further information send
for a catalogue or address W. W. FOSTER, NLD., D.D.S.,
Dean, 9 West Franklin Street, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
The Antiseptic The Post
Barber Shop Lunch Room
DI PAULA 8: ZITO
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High-Grade Cigars Open .Day
and Cigarettes and Night
always on hand
35212 North Calvert Street 346 North Calvert Street
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300 North Howard Street Hogitig
Baltimore, Mel. etc.
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350 Rooms 200 Private Baths
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310 Wes! Hoffman Street
Night School of 'Pharmacy
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Xfxss -Pretty decent fellow, tho' it pzisseth :ill understzinrling.
15C and 256
Have no equal
Calvert and Franklin Streets
One Square from College of P. and S.
Opposite Calvert Station
Chris. L. Blomeier
C131 P. Phone, 48l l
lmported d '
Key wegfn Cigars
l l West Saratoga Street
Cigars : Tobacco : Stationery
All Monthly Magazines
falwne, Jlffl. 'Uernon 635l XBox lraale a specially
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Bowen or King
We do not prescribe glasses, we make lliem
l l 7 North Liberty Street Baltimore
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II6 EAST BALTIMORE STREET
Hairculling a specially
405 North Calvert Street
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Gunther Building :: N.W. Corner
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Stop! Listen! College Men
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