University of Maryland School of Medicine - Terrae Mariae Medicus (Baltimore, MD)

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BE 1 J . •;, i, I; ( f f 1 1 [ H ! ? r 1in i 1 otemt iMarto Avkxtm 1973 ■ mt mmmM mm mm “This thou must always bear in mind; what is the nature of the whole, and what is thy nature, and how this is related to that, and what kind of a part it is of what kind of a whole; and that there is no one who hinders thee from always doing and saying the things which are according to the nature of which thou art a part.” MARCUS AURELIUS in MEDITATIONS 3 ARLIE R. MANSBERGER, JR. The Class of 1973 wishes to extend a special thank you to a fine teacher. 7 : - : ' ; ■■■■stKriaiiii JiriuV ; Emergency 1 4 ft «iw , iiiimn«— IT ClTSC f $■ ' m rf " 4 ... _ ; « » V ■ . , ' i s % ., 1 • • $ ■ • ' • , , . ■ ' --• _j :: . -V ?{ ■ . % s sy £! W « S • « «v® ' . ' j ‘ ; V Hi £l , ■. ' J-- -i 45 46 SOPHOMORE THINGS 8:41 He arrives late, as usual. There are 39 people in class. The lecturer comments about the massive traffic jam on Greene Street, then com- mences on the subject of the day. 8:58 His mind begins to wander. He wonders why there would be a traffic jam at eight-thirty on a Tuesday morning. He plays tricks with the colors of the lecturer ' s bow-tie. His pen slips from his hand, making a loud, clattering noise when it hits the floor. 9:00 Twenty minutes to go. He thinks about drugs and the relevancy of Casteneda’s The Teachings of Don Juan to medical pharmacology. He wonders why he came to school today. 9:27 The lecturer asks if the time is almost up (a neophyte, obviously), then pro mises to take only five more minutes. 9:40 Break. 9:55 Someone, returning to class, trips and spills coffee on her notebook. 10:30 He observes the class (57 now present). Eleven are scribbling furious- - Jj 1 .1 ly, four are listening attentively without taking any notes, nine are doodling. Six are asleep. The rest are observing each other. 10:45 Break. 11:00 A brief quiz. He answers half the questions without thought, immedi- ately. Another quarter can be figured out after minimal cortical activ- ity. Narrowing down the rest of the choices, he begins to guess. There are mostly B ' s and some E s. Wondering if any pattern is being estab- lished, he thinks: perhaps I should have paid more attention to pre- ventive medicine . . . 12:00 He goes to the Market to get lunch. Replete with a bag of peanuts he joins his friends outside. The eager popping of shells comes to an abrupt halt when someone mentions hours spent reviewing for boards. 1:00 A fantasy: All the women in the Class call a meeting to discuss ways of furthering their solidarity; chief proposal concerns ways of pressur- ing the administration into accepting more female students. The meet- ing fails to draw a quorum . . . 1:12 And still he wishes he had a group to be solid with. The Dean denies categorically that he is contemplating leaving the University of Maryland. 1:30 Afternoon class. His neck is stiff from constantly looking in one direc- tion. 1:52 He thinks about next year. Getting out of the classroom and into the hospital has got to be an improvement. What if it isn ' t? Somehow, though, he thinks the trouble must be elsewhere. He has to ask the person sitting next to him, but there’s no one there. He is bored. 2:20 He considers lab. Not an easy undertaking. Whistling the Interna- zionaie, he trudges up the stairs. He is the only one in the lab. 2:35 In spite of the audience size, the presentation begins. After a moment, he poses a question. She glares at him, then quickly removes her lab coat, her wig, her glasses, her teeth. Overturning the lab tables, she threatens to dowse him with formalin . . . 3:00 He goes to the hospital to see a patient. The patient has been seen by one resident, three interns, a third-year student, a second-year student (or was it two?); now he wishes to get some rest. 4:30 He leaves. On the way out, a familiar-looking young man smiles and nods to him. He is not sure whether the person is a classmate. He is not sure why he is not sure — but it is really hard to get to know people when we are all so uptight about “school”, society, ourselves, etc. Maybe we could all get together in one place and have each person stand up as his or her name is called, just to see who’s who . . . but then, that’s graduation... S., MSII 53 W.w ■ T VV- 57 59 61 64 . - ■ , ‘:r jfl ; ' , » ' IN MEMORIAM Stephen George Rund, Class of 1973 Alan Michael Daumit, Class of 1976 The charitable man is loved by all; his friendship is prized highly; in death his heart is at rest and full of joy, for he suffers no re- pentance; he receives the opening flower of his re- ward and the fruit that rip- ens from it. Hard it is to understand: By giving away food, we get more strength; by bestowing clothing on others, we gain beauty; by donating abodes of purity and truth, we acquire great treasures. Sayings of Buddha gdynnl nf iHpJiirtnr grtttnrs 67 James Douglas Abbott l nion Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Surgery Internship Douglas received his undergraduate de- gree from American University in Wash- ington, D.C. David Long Allender l .S. Public Health Service Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medical Internship I arrived at Lombard and Greene Sts. by way of a B.S. degree in General Biologi- cal Sciences from the University of Maiy- land. My summers while in medical school were spent in clinical and anatomi- cal pathology, surgery, and medicine at South Baltimore General Hospital and in traveling to New England and the west coast. I was elected to AOA in the junior year and was a member of the Fam- ily Practice Club. Following a straight medical internship, I plan to complete a residency in dermatology. 68 Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Rotating Internship Carlton Andrew Baker Spent summers doing surgical research, traveling in Kurope and the L.S., and as a medical extern. Plans to go into ophthal- mology. Dalhausie l niversitv Halifax. Nova Scotia Rotating Internship Carl received his undergraduate degree from Farleigh Dickinson University. He anticipates a career in family practice. 69 Laura Owens Bakey St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital Washington. D.C. Psychiatry Residency Laura received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland. College Park. Raymond Francis Bayerle Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Ray received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. 70 Stanley Creed Beachy Bruce Lee Beck York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Rotating Internship Stan received his B.A. degree from Goshen College in Indiana. His summers have been spent in neurology and two OB-GYN externships at St. Agnes Hospital where his wife Joyce was a team leader on the GYN floor. A member of AOA, Stan plans a rotating internship followed by a residency in OB-GYN. University of Oregon Hospital Clinics Portland, Oregon Rotating Internship Bruce received his M.S. degree in Biology from American University. He has done summer fellowships in Biochemistry and Family Practice. After internship, a residency in orthopedics is planned and he and Carole hope to live in Oregon. 71 Marshall Belaga l niversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Psychiatry Residenc The five years I spent in medical school encompassed a full re-evaluation in medi- cal education at Maryland. From the austere halls of the AAMC and the AMA to the rebellious chorus of the National House Staff Conferences, SAMA, and SHO, 1 carried my crusade against the medical establishment. As I pass from un- dergraduate to postgraduate, I regret that so much undone will be left for other stu- dents to carry on against the greatest of odds. I niversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship This was the first University of Maryland admission for this Clemson University graduate. Past history includes: four years as starter on the intramural football team; four years as benchwarmer on the basket- ball team; two years of marriage to Peggy; two years of medical externships during the summer; class representative and chairman of Honor Council, and membership in AO A. Prognosis — Gastroenterologist. 72 Jeffrey Clark Blum Tampa General Hospital Tampa, Florida Rotating Internship Graduate of the University of Maryland with a B.S. in zoology. Summers spent as a preceptor in family practice and a medi- cal extern at Mercy Hospital. AOA junior year. President of the Family Practice Club. Treasurer of Phi Beta Pi fraternity. Future plans include a career in either family practice or internal medicine. Martin Lance Brown M ercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Marty received his undergraduate B.S. at the University of Maryland. He spent summers at the Shock Trauma Centei, Fmergency Room, as well as at St. Jo- seph’s Hospital as a surgical extern. His career plans point toward Internal Medi- cine. 73 Buck is a Swarthmore reject. He served as President of the Preventive Medicine Appreciation Society. He will be forever grateful to the big University for unexcelled instruction of dung. Buck does not plan to spend the entirety of his career under the auspices of “Honest Teddy” and his stellar revue of dedicated compulsives. He may pursue orthopedics as a hobby. An attempt to organize the “Miss Pleasant Personality” contest for librarians finally overwhelmed him with intractible vomiting. Thomas Robert Calame University of Utah Medical Center Salt Uake City, Utah Straight Medicine Internship Thomas received his undergraduate degree from Iowa State University. 74 Robert Glenn Castile Mayo Graduate Medical School Rochester, Minnesota Straight Pediatric Internship Bob, a quiet native of Wheaton, Mary- land with a flare for violent gridiron com- petition, came to Baltimore after graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Maryland. He proceeded to spend his freshmen and sophomore summers serving as one of the OPD’s most enthusiastic hospital attendants. He returned to the heat of the old OPD in the summer of his junior year for a fellowship in clinical pedi- atrics, there developing an ever growing inclination toward this field. Bob s experi- ences as a senior have reaffirmed his genu- in e interest in children and he plans a ca- reer in pediatrics. Warren William Chamberlain, Jr. Walter Reed Army Hospital Washington, D.C. Straight Pediatric Internship Warren did his premedical schooling at College Park where he studied zoology and German. He, his wife, Jeanne, and daughter, Louise, plan to live in the Wash- ington, D.C. area where he will enter a pediatric residency at Walter Reed General Hospital. Warren plans to eventually spe- cilize in pediatric endocrinology or pedi- atric neurology. 75 Charles Robert Clark Joseph Anthony Ciotola, Jr. University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Surgery Residency St. John’s Hospital Springfield, Illinois Family Practice Residency Charlie received his undergraduate degree Joe received his undergraduate degree from from the University of Maryland, College Park. Uoyola College. 76 I f Walter Edwin Conner Southern Illinois L . School of Medicine Springfield, Illinois Straight Medicine Internship Kd received his B.S. m Biology at Juniata College. He has spent summers working in the Family Practice Preceptor Program with family practitioners in Westminster and as an extern in general surgery at Maryland General Hospital. While he hopes to do a medical internship, a career in general surgery seems likely. Kirk Allen Cromar St. Francis Hospital Honolulu. Hawaii Straight Medicine Internship Recipient of Hitchcock and Balder Scholar- ships. Medical extern. South Balto. Gen. Hosp. Emergency Room Aid. Blood Drawing Team. Hobbies: canoeing, skin diving, travel. Ambition: Ultimately, to become very old and enjoy getting there. 77 Jo Augur Deevey Edwin Alan Deitch University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Medical College ofVirginia Hospitals Richmond, Virginia Rotating Internship Jo received her undergraduate degree from Goucher College. She had occasion to travel throughout Europe during the summer following freshman year. During her senior year she worked extensively in infectious disease research both in the West Indies and in England. A resultant of her work was a Diploma of Tropical Medicine from Liverpool. Additionally, Jo managed a rotation in pediatric surgery in Bern, Switzerland. Our inter- nationalist seems to be headed for a surgical specialty. With these few lines I’m here to list What the past four years have caused me to miss My extracurricular activities were but to piss While aspirations were to make the water hiss. Now it’s time to end my tale, To say much more would be to no avail. 78 Greg completed his undergraduate work at Villanova University where he received his B.A. degree and was a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta. The summer following his first year he received a fellowship in psychiatry which included experi- ence in neurobiological research. During the next two summers he pursued research in health care delivery at both the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health and at the Columbia Clinic in Columbia, Maryland. Future plans will begin with a rotating Internship in Pennsylvania. Thomas Jerome Devlin Thomas received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. 79 Michael Joseph Dodd Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Rotating Internship Mike graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park. Summers were spent running a self-owned painting busi- ness, at Mercy as an extern in surgery, and at St. Joseph’s as a medicine extern. He plans an internship at Maryland General Hospital and a residency in ophthalmology at GBMC. Steven Harry Dolinsky Michael Reese Hospital Medical Center Chicago, Illinois Straight Medicine Internship Steve received his undergraduate de- gree from the Pennsylvania Military Col lege. 80 Raymond David Drapkin Ronald Jonathan Edwards Montefiore Hospital Medical Center New York City, New York Straight Surgery Internship Ray is a graduate of Temple University. He was honored with the Emily Post prize for unexcelled etiquette at the senior dinner dance, having been the undisputed sole contender for four straight (?) years. Harkness Community Hosp. Medical Center San Francisco, California Rotating Internship Ron received his undergraduate degree from Graceland College in Iowa. 81 Charles Gregory Elliott University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Edward Marston Eisenbrey University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Ob-Gyn Residency Ed received his B.S. degree from the Univer- sity of Maryland. His summer work has included a family practice preceptorship in Carroll County and an OB-GYN externship at Mercy Hospital. An OB-GYN residency awaits him following graduation. His senior year was highlighted by marriage to his favorite lab partner, Jean. Greg received his B.A. in biology from Brown University. He held fellowships during summers succeeding freshman and junior years in psy chia- try (U. of Md., Psych. Institute) and medicine (St. Joseph’s), respectively. He has also worked part- time for the Hospital Poison Control Center and as an alcoholism counselor. Greg also managed to do a good bit of traveling in the U.S. and abroad over the past four years. When time permitted, he played Club lacrosse in Baltimore. Practice in internal medicine appears to be in future. 82 Candace Jean Erickson Charles Peter Erskine St .Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Straight Pediatrics Internship Candy graduated from George Washington University in 1969. She held a psychiatric pre- ceptorship for all four years in medical school. For three years she served on the Curriculum Committee. Senior year afforded a chance to study the question of Health Care Delivery Sys- tem in Spain. Aside from acting as her class’s legal advisor on the senior medicine oral question, Candy also managed to do research in mother- child interaction and preschool children’s ideas of gender-identity. University of Connecticut Hospital Hartford, Connecticut Rotating Internship Peter came to Baltimore with a degree in English from Georgetown University. During freshman and sophomore years he worked for Dr. Hudson in the Pediatric Nurses Aide Pro- gram, and he served on the curriculum commit- tee for three years. His first two summers were spent doing wildlife research at the Kenai Moose Research Center in Alaska. During his senior year he returned to Alaska with a psychiatry fel- lowship to survey the state’s mental health care systems. An avid sculptor and dabbler in pho- tography, he turned his apartment into a small gallery. Peter will start a pediatric rotating in- ternship and hopes eventually to return to Alaska. “Forsans et haec olim meminisse iuvabit’’ Vergil, The Aeneid 83 George Reed Failing, Jr. Elizabeth Louise Feeney New York Hosp. -Memorial Hospital New York City, New York Straight Medicine Internship U.S. Public Health Service Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship George received his undergraudate de- gree from Duke University. Unbeknownst to many, Elizabeth is Chilean by birth. She found much in Balti- more that was to her liking. During the past four years her extracurricular activi- ties have included investigating Baltimore and its history. 84 Alan Richard Figelman Army Medical Service Hospitals Madigan Gen. Hosp; Tacoma, Washington Straight Pediatrics Internship Alan received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland. John William Foreman Montreal Children’s Hospital McGill l Montreal, Quebec, Canada Straight Pediatrics Internship John received a B.S. from Duke Uni- versity. He spent his summers in family practice and pediatric externships and win- ters in intramural football and basketball. Because of his famous “air-ball” he was elected to A.O.A. He plans to enter pedi- atrics. 85 Denis Franks Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio, Texas Straight Medicine Internship l niversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Surgery Residency Bill received his undergraduate degree from Mt. St. Mary’s College. Graduate of Case Western Reserve Uni- versity. Member of the lower left quad- rant, pathology and anatomy curriculum committees in the first two years. Summers spent as a high rise construction worker in Washington, D.C. Senior year became resi- dent surgeon in Mercy Hospital’s dog lab and chairman of senior week festivities. Spent three years as chief protagonist of alcoholics in University LR. Plans future in pediatric surgery. 86 Steven Henry Glasser Lniversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Surgery Residency Nelson Howard Goldberg Steve received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. His medical school training was es- pecially enhanced by a surgical externship in surgery and surgical research with Dr. Arlie Mansberger at the University Hospi- tal. Steve joined AOA in his senior year. Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, Connecticut Surgery Residency At the beginning came a student eager to learn. But when he offered half a weather report for an exam they failed him. And that failure begat more failure. And these failures begat more of their failures, which were to him successes. And these failures- successes brought successes that even they called successes. And they asked him, “What?”. And he spoke unto them: “Life is like a beanstalk, isn’t it?” And he left and they forgot. 87 David Alan Goldscher William Howard Goldiner North Carolina Baptist Hospital Winston-Salem, North Carolina Rotating Internship University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Bill received his undergraudate degree from Washington College in Delaware. A graduate of Washington College, David was elected to AOA in his junior year. Following graduation he will begin a straight medical internship. Montreal General Hospital Lee Allan Goodman McGill Lniversitv; Montreal, Quebec, Canada Surgery Internship Lniversitv of Marvland Hospital Baltimore, Marvland Jane received her undergraduate degree Straight Medicine Internship from George Washington University in M ashington, D.C. Lee is a graduate of Duke University (B.A.). His future plans include internal medicine or radiology, fishing, and farm- ing. 89 Tufts U. Affil. Hosps.; St. Margaret’s Hospital Dorchester, Massachussetts Ob-Gyn Residency Jim received his B.S. from the Univer- sity of Maryland. He has spent summers in a Preventive Medicine fellowship and ex- ternships in medicine, surgery and emer- gency room. Outside interests include blues piano, tennis, and swimming. He and his fiance, Barbara, will be married in early June. Jim is looking forward to a residency in OB-GYN in Boston, and Barb will be starting her career as a lawyer. David Jeffrey Greifinger Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. Straight Medical Internship David holds a B.S. from the Univer- sity of Maryland. While in medical school he served as chairman of the S.H.O., mi- crobiology evaluation committee, and the applicant orientation committee. He was the vice-president representative to the student council sophomore year, senior class president, and a member of the Board of the Regional Advisory Group of the Maryland Regional Medical Program. David’s pet gerbil and he plan a future including a medical internship and possi- bilities of practicing psychosomatic or adolescent medicine. 90 Steven Jay Gross Richard Christian Habersat Lniversitv Hospital of Cpstate Med. Center Syracuse, New ork Pediatrics Residency Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medical Internship Received his B.S. from the University of Maryland in Psychology 7 . Steve, his wife, Enid, and their daughter, Deborah, plan a future in academic pediatrics. Richard received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. Mho knows where his ar- tistic talents mav lead him? . . . 91 Daniel Crumpton Hardesty University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Dan received his B.A. in Biology from Towson State College, is a member of S.A.M.A., and was elected to AOA in his junior year. His summers were spent as an extern in medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital and as a research fellow in infectious diseases at LRVAH. Following a straight medical internship, Dan and his wife Donna look forward to his training in internal medicine with a subspecialty in infectious dis- ease, endocrinology, or immunology. Louis Elmore Harman III Letterman General Hospital (Army) San Francisco, California Rotating Internship Lou received his undergraduate degree from Ohio State University. He is leaning toward sur- gery with respect to career interests. 92 Mona Chambers Harrison David Edward Herman University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Family Practice Internship York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Rotating Internship David received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. His After four excitement-packed years in medi- avidity on the soccer and football fields is legen- cal school, Mona has chosen family practice as dary. Senior year was capped with a trip to Israel, her career goal. She began her internship before graduation. 93 Sharon Anne Hoiler l niversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Psychiatry Residency Sharon hails from Washington, D.C. and is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a B.A. in government. During medical school she had fellowships in Family Medi- cine, in which she spent a summer in the office of a local physician, and psychiatry, spent working at the Tuerk House. Sharon plans a career in Psychiatry. Horace Preston Holley, Jr. I niv. of Alabama Medical Center Birmingham, Alabama Straight Medicine Internship Preston attended Wake Forest Univer- sity and University of Maryland at College Park, where he received a B.S. in Zoology. During the summer he worked in the Cen- ter for the Study of Trauma and Mercy Hospital in pediatrics. He was a senior re- presentative to the Student Council and member of AOA. The highlight of his sen- ior year was the birth of his son, Christo- pher. Future plans include a career in in- ternal medicine and time with Judy and Chris. 94 William Stephen Hood David Laurence Hoover Albany Medical Center Hospital Albany, New York Straight Medicine Internship Cleveland Metropolitan Hospital Cleveland, Ohio Straight Medicine Internship From Frederick, Maryland and Drew University, New Jersey, Steve entered medical school to satisfy his interest in clinical psychology. Things change, how- ever, and now Steve is going into internal medicine. Activities were curriculum revision committee and A.O.A. David received his undergraduate de- gree from Houghton College. He became a member of A.O.A. in his senior year. 95 Mark Jacobs l niversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Mark received his B.S. from the Univer- sity of Maryland at College Park. A mem- ber of Phi Delta Upsilon, he spent summers in pediatrics and pulmonary medicine. Beginning his senior year in the summer, Mark finished the year with a medical externship at Maryland General Hospital and a five week tour of Uurope. He is also a member of A.O.A. Following a straight medical internship, Mark and Fileen plan a career in internal medicine. Allan Stanley Jaffe Barnes Hospital St. Louis, Missouri Straight Medicine Internship Al, who came to us from the University of Rochester, worked for two years in re- search in neurophysiology and was active in student government and curriculum change. He has distinguished himself by his work as head of the blood drawing team and with the Department of Infectious Diseases at the Jessup Annex. He has held a fellowship in Community Psychi- atry and a regional medical grant in pul- monary medicine. He plans a career in academic internal medicine. 96 Joseph Donald Jenci University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Ob-Gyn Residency Joe received his B.S. from Llmhurst College in Illinois and helped instruct his classmates in Gross Anatomy after receiv- ing his Ph.lJ. in Anatomy here at Univer- sity. Joe began his Ob-Gyn residency at University Hospital in March and plans on private practice. Joe is also a member of Alpha Omega Alpha. He has worked extensively in the Lab at St. Agnes. Michael Francis Jaworski University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Surgery Residency Michael received his undergraduate degree from Holy Cross College. 97 Murray Alvin Kalisli l niversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Anaesthesiology Residency Kathleen Ruth Kelley Graduating Phi Beta Kappa, Murray re- ceived his B.S. from the University of Maryland. He is a member of Phi Delta Lpsilon medical fraternity. He spent his summers as a preceptee in anesthesiology at Mercy and in research in endocrinology at Loch Raven V.A. Murray and his wife Michele are looking forward to a career in anesthesiology. Presbytarian-University Hospital Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Straight Pediatrics Internship Kathy received her undergraduate degree from Dickinson College. She was elected to A.O.A. in her senior year. 98 Erich Kim Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Erich was born in Los Angeles, Cali- fornia and spent his undergraduate years at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he received a B.S. in Zoology. During the summer of his freshman year he worked as a surgical scrub technician at University Hospital and during his remaining summers worked as a surgical extern, participating in research concerning post-operative fluid management. Although future specialty plans are presently unde- cided, he is leaning towards a career in radiology. James Edward Kirby York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Rotating Internship Jim received a B.S. in Biology from Loyola College in Baltimore. Between classes in freshman and sophomore years, he gained experience in a psychiatric pre- ceptorship, working on ward 2-F and in the Brief Therapy Clinic. Two summers were spent as a medical extern at Mercy Hospital. Jim looks forward to one day practicing internal or family medicine. 99 Having completed only three years of college, Allen finally received his Bache- lor’s Degree in a plain brown wrapper sometime last year from the University of Maryland. His contributions during medi- cal school consist of obtaining mass dis- counts for the class on medical instruments and provoking a classroom gun battle with a long-haired B.V.D.’d marine during the Second Annual Sophomore Freak Day. Contrary to popular belief, A1 did not fi- nance his medical education by selling sphygmomonometers. He spent his sum- mers as an Ocean City cop, a National Park Service Ranger, and a medical extern at South Baltimore General Hospital. Allen’s interests include scuba diving, skiing, and motorcycling. He begins an OB-GYN residency at the University of Maryland in July. Robert Garth Kirkwood Charity Hospital of Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana Straight Medicine Internship Garth graduated from Loyola College in Baltimore in 1969. He worked two sum- mers as an extern in medicine at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore. Garth plans to pur- sue a career in internal medicine. 100 Walter Benjamin Koppel Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Ben, originally from Baltimore, re- ceived his B.S. from the University of Maryland in Zoology and his M.S. from the University of Maryland Dental School in Microbiology. While his summers and winters were primarily devoted to earning tuition, one externship trip was to Cali- fornia, where one day he hopes to return. The past president of Phi Delta Fpsilon fraternity, Ben will probably continue in internal medicine or family practice. ork Hospital York, Pennsylvania Ob-Gyn Residency After receiving his B.S. in Pharmacy from George Washington University, Mort obtained a M.S. in Physiology from the University of Illinois and served in the Air Force Biomedical Science Corps. He was SAMA representative in his junior and senior years. He started a medical internship in February at York Hospital and will begin an OB-GYN residency there in July. 101 William Arthur Landes Barnett Sheldon Kramer Barnes Hospital St. Louis, Missouri Straight Medicine Internship Barnett received his undergraduate degree from the Johns Hopkins University. He was elect- ed to AOA in his junior year. Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami Miami Beach, Florida Rotating Internship Bill received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. Bill spent a good part of his senior year traversing the globe in search of suitable chess opponents (espe- cially in the Virgin Islands and England). 102 Merric David Landy St. Elizabeth’s Hospital of Boston Brighton, Massachusetts Rotating Internship Merric received his undergraduate degree from Tufts University. The summer after his junior year he held a fellowship in pathology at Sinai Hospitals of Baltimore. He is leaning toward radiology as a specialty goal. Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland Rotating Internship Tom received his B.S. degree from Ursinus College. While in medical school, his summers have been spent as an extern at St. Agnes Hos- pital, South Baltimore General Hospital, and the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. When time permits, he enjoys hiking, camping, and canoeing trips. After a major medical internship, Tom plans to train in ophthamology. 103 Washington Hospital Center Washington, D.C. Straight Medicine Internship Arthur Michael Lebson Margo received her B.S. in zoology from the University of Maryland in 1968. She taught high school chemistry in 1969. Highlights of medical school stay included a summer fellowship in psychiatry in 1970, serving as class representative at Southern Medical Assoc. Convention in Miami Beach (’71), being SHO treasurer (1969- 1973), and working at People’s Free Clinic (1971-1973). Senior electives in- cluded Stanford U. in Plastic Surgery and Queen’s Square in Neurology. Margo’s in- terests traverse music, reading, altered states of consciousness, nutrition, and herb- al medicine. Future could well include rural group family practice or psychiatry. Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Arthur received his B.S. in psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. His summers have been spent in fel- lowships in the Division of Gastroenter- ology and in the Department of Anatomy doing research in renal lymphatics. The family presently consists of his wife, Lois Faith, and their standard French poodle, Pierre. A rotating major medical intern- ship is planned followed by probable spe- cialization in Family Medicine in the fu- ture. 104 Healey Thomas LeCator Spring Grove State Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Psychiatry Residency Healey received his undergraduate de- gree from Morgan State College. Healey has also received numerous unsolicited things from this University, many of which he could have done without. Stephen Keith Lemon Harbor General Hospital Torrance, California Rotating Internship Although a native Californian, Steve received his B.S. from the University of Maryland and stayed on the east coast for medical school. He has spent summers on an E.N.T. fellowship, as an OB-GYN extern at St. Agnes, and as a medical extern at Mercy. March of his senior year was considerably brightened by the arrival of Elizabeth Rachel, and ultimately he, his wife Barbara, and the “new addition” plan to settle in the west. 105 Gary Michael Levinson Rochester General Hospital Rochester, New York Rotating Internship Gary received his undergraduate degree from Albion College. He is an avid motor- cyclist and a brilliant car mechanic. Unbe- knownst to those who do not know him well, the piano is really his number one avocation. His laugh is infective and his humanity far-reaching. He may well be- come a cardiologist. (Editor). Jeffrey Stuart Lobel Presbyterian-Lniversity Hospital Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Straight Pediatrics Internship Jeff received his B.A. from Johns Hop- kins. Summers were spent in public health and cardiology. A member of A.O.A., his interest is pediatrics. Jeff and his wife, Andrea, were married in the Spring of his senior year after he abducted her from ward 5-E of University Hospital. She will be working as a pediatric nurse as Jeff is doing a straight pediatric internship. 106 Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Thomas ayne Long Lniversitv of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Family Practice Residency Thomas is glad to be graduating from the Lniversitv of Maryland School of Medicine. Family Practice is his chosen field. Denis was born in Baltimore. He at- tended the L. of Md. at College Park on an undergraduate level. Before entering medi- cal school he worked as a school teacher. Summers have afforded opportunities for working with the Dept, of Preventive Medi- cine as well as the Ob-Gvn Dept, at Mercy. At the present he looks toward Familv Practice as a career. 107 Samuel Veirs Mace Oakland Naval Hospital Oakland, California Rotating Internship I am a Baltimore resident, and I had my undergraduate education at the Univer- sity of Virginia obtaining a B.A. in Biology. During medical school I have spent two summers traveling in Europe with my wife Jane and also taken an externship in urol- ogy between my junior and senior years. I am planning to go into one of the surgical subspecialties. Martin Yale Magram Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Marty received his undergraduate de- gree from the University of Pittsburgh. 108 Michael Dennis Maguire William Beaumont General Hospital (Army) El Paso, Texas Straight Medicine Internship Got his B.S. in biology from Loyola Col- lege. Spent summers on medical subspe- cialities in Denver, San Antonio, and El Paso with the Army. Plans to pursue a ca- reer in internal medicine. Anthony Francis Malone Albany Medical Center Hospital Albany, New York Straight Pediatrics Internship Tony’s major field of interest is chronic diseases of childhood. Family and friends have provided most of his extracurricular activities. “There lives the dearest freshness deep down things” — G.M.H. 109 Thomas Edward Mansfield Arthur Robert Masten Lniversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Family Practice Residency After receiving B.S. at American Uni- versity, Tom came to medical school where he actually participated in research with the anesthesiology department and was twice a finalist in the Freak Day Festivities, not to mention his performance in the class film. Further research work was done in toxicology, cycling, sky diving, gourmet cooking and eating, waterbedding, and the pursuit of happiness. Summers were spent as a fellow in otolaryngolgy and psychi- atry; however, his most instructive summer was spent at the ranch in Fllicot City. Tom’s affiliations notably include his membership in the Sunshine, Cycle, and Katchajet Organization. Along with devel- oping pictures and interpersonal relation- ships, Tom plans to train in Family Prac- tice. University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Bob received his undergraduate degree from the University of Delaware. He was treasurer of the sophomore class. Bob is a member of Ducks Unlimited and enjoyed cutting a few lectures to go duck hunting. He plans to go into internal medicine. no Harriet Lewin Meier University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Pediatrics Residency Harriet received her B.S. from the Uni- versity of Maryland. Her summers were spent on fellowships in Preventive Medi- cine doing research on pediatric topics. Her husband Henry is an immunochemist at N.I.H. They are both looking forward to her working with children with behavior and learning problems after she completes her training in pediatrics. Clifford Robert Merchant University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Cliff received a B.A. from Western Maryland College after majoring in chem- istry and biology. He worked summers and part-time during school in the clinical chemistry lab setting up new tests. He plans a career in endocrinology doing research in the field of space medicine. ill Christopher Stephan Michel University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Clarence Dennis Miller Spoiled by the nature of Oberlin College, Chris spent four preposterous years marvel- ing at the Medical School protoplasm. Ultimately he found much compassion in his fellow classmates. No one will ever know what possessed him to venture into producing this Yearbook . . . surely he put his sanity on the line with the task. Stanford University Hospital Stanford, California Straight Pathology Internship Dennis received his undergraduate de- gree from U.C.L.A. He fervidly hopes to recharge his batteries in the California sunshine. 112 Mark Perry Miller University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Mark received his undergraduate degree from Colgate University. To some he is the greatest A1 Jolson imitator alive. South Baltimore General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Rotating Internship Coming up from Atlanta as a ramblin’ wreck from Georgia Tech, Bernie rambled through four years as first string center for our championship football team. He served our class as honor council rep, athletic chairman, SAMA rep, spring picnic director, and SCOME rep. Bernie made A.O.A. during his junior year and was elected president of that honor society. He spent one summer passing gas at University Hospital as an anesthesiology preceptor. A second summer was spent in cardiology research at the VAH — the fruits of which won national recognition and honor in Boston. Future career plans are uncertain, but medicine, family prac- tice, and anesthesiology have not been ruled out. 113 Jean Lucille Mountain (Eisenbrey) Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Pediatrics Residency Jean received her B.S. from Capital Uni- versity. During her summers she served as a family practice preceptee in Carroll County and as a pediatric extern at Mercy Hospital. Following a pediatric resi- dency, she and Kd will set up their own “group practice.” University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Fred is a native of Havre de Grace, Md. He graduated in 1965 from McDonough School, where he enjoyed riding on the show team, and in 1969 from the Univer- sity of Maryland at College Park with a B.S. in the General Physical Sciences. He will remain at University Hospital as a straight medical intern and looks for- ward to practicing internal medicine and possibly psychiatry. 1 14 L niversity of Vi isconsin Hospitals Madison, isconsin Psychiatry Residency .Morton Carl Orman 1 earbook biographies too often have the terminal air of gravestone rubbings, their memories unneeded todav and unsatisfying tomorrow. Their ponderous space is used only to ballast the grinning image over- head. To remember John one needs more than the list of books he read, the friendships he had, or the language he used. How can one combine the relentless self analyst, the en- trusted counsel, the prudential country boy T and the comic Colombo into a fodder rec- ognizable to all as John Neill, classmate. For the feyv who care enough to send the very best, then, a description by Borges and of John: " they seek neither truth nor likelihood; they seek astonishment. Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Mortv received his undergraduate de- gree from Duke L niversity. In our sopho- more year he served as our class presi- dent and represented us aginst unsurmount- able odds with admirable self-restraint and diplomacy. Little did his classmates suspect the magnitude of the mandate they charged their trusted leader with. ho knows, yve may look to him to lead us again somedav. (Fditor) 115 John David Owens York Hospital York, Pennsylvania Family Practice Residency Dave . . . Finally obtaining undergrad B.S. this year! Member of A.O.A. since junior year. Future plans in Family Medi- cine. Constantine John Padussis University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Surgery Residency John received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. 1 16 Charles Lewis Pamplin III Walter Reed Army Hospital Washington, D.C. Straight Medicine Internship Charlie did his undergrad work at Wake Forest University. Has a secret am- bition to become a vintner. Headed for in- ternal medicine internship with U.S. Army at Walter Reed so that he and his nurse wife, Harriet, can finally spend some time together. Arthur S. Parker, Jr. Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital Towson, Maryland Psychiatry Residency Art got his B.S. from Wake Forest and his D.D.S. from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. Frequently found on the ski slopes or tennis court with Char- lie. Amticipates trading off open mouths for closed minds having accepted a residen- cy in psychiatry at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospita l in Towson. 117 University of Connecticut Hospital . Hartford, Connecticut Bruce Alan Reichardt Straight Pediatric Internship Howard received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. He wishes to share the following quote with the yearbook reader: “When we look at the world or when we hear it, we have the impression that it is out there and that it is real. When we perceive the world with our will we know that it is not as ‘out there’ or as ‘real’ as we think.’’ Don Juan St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Pathology Residency Bruce received his undergraduate degree at Hope College. 118 Victor Ivar Reus Margaret Baker Rennels University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Pediatrics Residency Peggy was born and raised on the eastern shore. Overcoming this colossal handicap (in the minds of many benighted citizens of less desir- able areas), she received her B.A. at Skidmore College. This was followed by graduate study at Yale and a research assistantship at Harvard. Her experiences at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have included the arrange- ment of a long term postgraduate relationship with a member of the faculty as well as election to A.O.A. University of Wisconsin Hospitals Madison, Wisconsin Psychiatry Residency The illegitimate son of a gypsy princess and an itinerant yak herder, Victor matured quickly, developed scruples, and went to medical school in search of the innard truth. Always quick with words, Victor often would bite his tongue in an effort to please others. While sidling crablike along hospital corridors, the future M.D. w ould pass time during morning rounds spray painting his slogans, “if not cured, then endured”, and “you’ve got a lot to give”. Outside of school, he spent his time looking for a lover who wouldn’t blow his cover: it was often said he could resist everything but temptation. 119 Donald James Russ Charlotte Memorial Hospital Charlotte, North Carolina Rotating Internship Don came to the University of Maryland after earning his B.S. degree at the Citadel. His summers have been spent on infectious disease and pathology externships at St. Agnes. With their trusty dog, Ike, Don and his lovely wife, Fran, plan to return to the south and resume a future in internal medi- cine. Alfred Joseph Saah University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship A1 and his wife, Pat, plan on spending a few more years in the area while A1 pur- sues training in internal medicine. Even- tually, A1 plans a career in endocrinology. 120 Howard Ira Saiontz Carmelo Antonio Saraceno University of Maryland Hospital Grady Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Atlanta, Georgia Surgery Residency Straight Medicine Internship A graduate of the U. of Md. undergrad- uate school and a member of A.O.A., How- ard has found clinical practice — patient care — to be his major interest in medical work. He plans to train in internal medi- cine but admits to a suppressed love for pediatric patients. Some of his particularly enjoyable work in the past four years in- cludes a summer in coronary care at St. Agnes and a senior rotation in cardiology in Stoke-on-Trent, England. We wonder if Grady Memorial will make a cardiologist of him. Med school had its Campus Inn (up) and its junior medicine (down). Sophomore year was repressed, senior year was the year of patient care — and no tests? Bob D. made it all posible. 121 Eileen Robin Scherl Ronald Alan Seff University of Wisconsin Hospitals Madison, Wisconsin Straight Medicine Internship A native of Maryland, Eileen attended the U. of Md. and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.S. in zoology. She has been employed as a phlebotomist and a nurse’s aid in the premature ICU while in med. school. Her summers have been cornucopian in activities, including a fel- lowship in catecholamine research at Bethesda’s NIMH, traveling on the Con- tinent (Sweden to Istanbul), as well as a surgical externship at Mercy. She studied cardiology in England during senior year. While her career plans tend towards intern- al medicine, she has a broad spectrum of interests in plants, birds, and people. Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Rotating Internship After graduating from Brown Univer- sity in 1969, Ron came to medical school with two objectives: to become a good doctor and to play on an undefeated intra- mural football team. Four years later, only one goal had been reached. Summers in psychiatric and surgical externships non- withstanding, Ron is eyeing a career in opthalmology in the future. 122 Gregory Bernard Shankman Frank Anthony Shallenberger Mt. Zion Hospital Medical Center San Francisco, California Straight Surgery Internship After quitting his job in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Frank came to the big city . . . where he lived, smoked, drank, learned, aggravated, and encroached . . . then in September of 1972 his faithful bus broke down in Federalsburg, Maryland, where- upon he crawled to the beach in Karmic dissatisfaction ... he is somewhere now. Cincinnati General Hospital Cincinnati, Ohio Straight Surgery Internship Greg received his B.S. at the University of Denver, majoring in zoology, and was drafted in the second round by the Chicago Bears. He postponed his bright grid-iron career to spend four years in scenic Baltimore, where he served as David Shneidman’s campaign manager — on a full scholarship from the Dept, of Preven- tive Medicine — and coached intramural soccer. In the future he looks forward to being player-coach- physician for the Wash- ington Redskins. 123 %(4 Gary Mark Shapiro Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Cooperstown, New York Rotating Internship “The Blue Turtle will ride again!”, he said. Knowing all too well his precarious position, he inched away from the Great Katahdin until he rested securely in the Warmth of Lashmeet, pausing only to wipe his brow in Fly Creek. Years had passed since the quest had begun, but now, with the Golden Fleece of Newburg locked se- curely in his wiry grip, he faced the Jewelled Ridge with the sorrow of memory in his eyes. He shielded his gaze from the blazing sunset, bowed to the east, and then was gone. David Stephen Shear University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Surgery Residency Dave received his undergraduate de- gree from the University of Pittsburgh. 124 Peter Lawrence Shieldhouse Ronald Fred Slier Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Rotating Internship Ron received his undergraduate degree from Western Maryland College. He has made unsuccessful attempts to re-enroll at the University of Maryland School of Medicine for another four year hitch . . . it seems they want him to graduate. Tucson Medical Education Program Tucson, Arizona Rotating Internship Peter received his undergraduate degree from Boston University. Senior year was highlighted by a visit to the Continent. 125 David Jacob Sliding Presbyterian-University of Penn. Med. Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Straight Medicine Internship David’s penchant for meteorology is finding expression in his compilation of the fourteen volume Shiling ' ’s Almanac . to be published by March 23, 1995. Barbara Wirtz Siskind University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Pediatrics Residency Barb graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in zoology and a minor in art history. Gourmet cooking, eat- ing, traveling, and bridge are leisure activ- ities which she and Bob enjoy. She plans a career in pediatrics and may specialize in either ambulatory pediatrics or adolescent medicine. 126 Univ. of Colorado Medical Center Denver, Colorado Pediatrics Residency When young I was read a poem, ‘ ' What little Boys and Girls are Made of.’ Think- ing there must be more to it than just sugar, spice, snails, and puppy dog’s tails, I went from College Park to graduate school to medical school adding a few bits and pieces of information to the list as well as finding kids fun to work with as well as learn about . I managed along the way to do a little research and a little teaching. I be- came involved in curriculum reform and was even elected as a member of A.O.A. With the continued encouragement from a patient wife and a delightful daughter, I think I’ll continue playing with kids and adding- to that list. Gerald Paul Sterner Lniversity of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Family Practice Residency Graduate of Ursinus College. Past two summers did extern work at South Balti- more General Hospital. Plans family prac- tice residency, then to establish family practice in Ocean City, Maryland. 127 Robert Bailey Stiller Montreal Children’s Hospital Charles Edwin Stewart McGill U. — Montreal, Quebec, Canada Straight Pediatrics Internship Shands Teaching Hospital Clinics U. of Florida; Gainesville, Fla. Surgery Residency Charles received his B.A. at Washington Lee U., where he was captain of the lacrosse team. Summers have been spent in orthopedic research at Johns Hopkins and in an externship in surgery at Boston U. Senior year he extern ed at Nuffield Ortho- pedic Centre, Univ. of Oxford, England. He was also V.P. of our class. Orthopedic training lies in the near future. Bob is a graduate of Princeton Univer- sity with an A.B. degree in religion and literature. He has been a member of the Student Council, SHO, and the Ambulatory Care Committee. One summer was spent at the Community Pedriatric Center with a community medicine fellowship and another in pediatrics at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh, Scotland. Bob will spend the next few years in a pedi- atric training program. Future interests may involve community medicine, public health, and child psychiatry. 128 Ira Michael Stone Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Ira received his undergraduate degree (B.A. ) at Johns Hopkins University. Most notably, he is a recent winner of the Health Professions Academy Awards for Best Di- rector, Best Film Editor, and best Film. He anticipates a career in Internal Medi- cine. Mark Solomon Swierdsiol University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Family Practice Residency Even as a child I had pupils which acted both to light and accomodation. re- 129 i Michael David Talbert University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Mike received his undergraduate de- gree from the University of Maryland, Col- lege Park. Michael spends a certain amount of his time passing unsuspecting motor- ists on his ‘cycle . . . you may have already had it happen to you. (Editor). Ronald Joseph Taylor University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Psychiatry Residency Ron received his B.A. in psychology from Washington and Jefferson College and an M.S. in psychology from Yeshiva University. While in medical school, his spare time was spent in work with drug addiction and with his hobbies; flying, amateur radio, and collecting rare psychi- atry books. He is a member of Phi Delta f psilon. His summers were spent as a medi- cal extern at Sinai Hospital. Ron will begin a residency in psychiatry in July. 130 Thomas Stokes Templeton Akron General Hospital Akron, Ohio Straight Surgery Internship Tom came to us from Wake Forest Uni- versity where he received a B.S. degree in biology. He has recently returned from England where he studied surgery. Thanks go to his wife Mary for the patience she has shown while awaiting graduation day. Harold Jeffrey Tucker University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Harold spent his summers working in the Department of Neurology and Pulmonary Medicine and will be starting a straight medical internship in July. His career am- bition is to be a “big honcho.” 131 Roberta Harriet Tucker St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Pathology Residency Robin has spent her spare time doing research in Rickettsial immunology, work- ing at the CPC, cooking, and doing needle- point. She will be entering a residency p rogram in pathology this July. David A. Van Echo University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Dave received his B.S. from Xavier University. His summers were spent in fellowships doing hematology and medical oncology. He plans a straight medical in- ternship and residency. 132 Hospital of the Good Samaritan Charles Barnes Watson Los Angeles, California Rotating Internship Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey, Pennsylvania Allan received his undergraduate de- Rotating Internship gree from Emory University. California is beckoning . . . Charles, an adopted resident of Anna- polis, Maryland, went to St. John’s College in that city and likes to think that he grew up enough there to channel a vague desire to help others into the “real” world of medicine. He plans a rotating internship and a good look around in the process. His ambition: to do a little everyday that will make things better in the future. 133 Richard Morris Weisman University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Apgar at birth: 9 at 1 minute Harvard College B.A. in biology Summers: public health and anesthesiology Wife: Carol S., recent Ph.D. in sociology from Hopkins Apgar at present: 4 with failure to thrive John Lee Whitlock Kings County Hospital Center Brooklin, New York Straight Medicine Internship Jack received his undergraduate de- gree from Rennselaer Polythechnic Institute. Despite rumors to the contrary, Jack is not a Federal Narcotics Agent . . . (Editor) 134 Frances Quing Wong Alan Lawrence Whitney St. Mary’s Hospital and Medical School San Francisco, California Presbyterian-Lniversitv Hospital Rotating Internship Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Straight Surgery Internship Sent to us from the University of Wiscon- sin, kayaker Al, our gift to the 1972 Olym- pics, plans a career as a bone cutter and a long happy life with his bride-to-be, M’s Mary Ann Asay. Frances is a B.A. recipient from the University of Maryland, College Park. She participated in the Pediatrics Program freshman and sophomore years. Junior year was highlighted by a family practice preceptorship. 135 Douglas Brian Woodruff University of Maryland Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Psychiatry Residency After four years as an undergraduate in idyllic Hanover, N.H., where I earned an A.B. in chem- istry and learned how to ski, I returned to Balti- more somewhat unprepared for the vicissitudes of life as they exist in the environs of Lombard and Greene Streets. While in medical school I have been a member of the Family Practice Club and spent one summer as a medical-surgical extern at South Baltimore General Hospital. This July I plan to begin a psychiatry residency and am considering adolescent psychiatry as a specialty. Michael Peter Zimring Mercy Hospital Baltimore, Maryland Straight Medicine Internship Always early for rounds — cafeteria rounds. Pops up at the most inappropriate times with his minox. Got his inspiration for cardiology while in the southwest. 136 Closing the generation gap: Dean Moxley and Nelson Goldberg headed for senior dinner. 137 Pljijatral aifrmpg 138 Carmen M. Balseiro 139 Theodore J. Becker Carol A. Brohawn 140 Wayne D. Bryant Patricia A. Bullock Susan L. Clark Deborah L. Close Michael S. Coleman 141 Elizabeth J. Endres 142 Mary E. Gibson 143 Phillip Gilden Rodger C. Henning Martha J. Kirkpatrick Edward M. Hankard John C. Mahoney 144 Judith A. Schank Janet C. Steinover Janice M. Sutkowski Mark D. Stoff 145 Sheila J. Smith Lana L. Turner Pamela D. Wiesman Mary E. Warren Photo Shy Seniors Mary M. Beaman Carlton S. Cole, Jr. Joseph M. Corcoran Stanley C. Day Kathleen M. Green Christina G. Jones Mary E. Hickey Jean M. Buggies Robin S. Smith Janies M. Spinks 146 mitral ©pdntnlugi} Mark Meadows Atcheson Jerry A. Benesch Barbara J. Bourke Dawn D. Bryant J. Alan Burris 148 Nanette Critchfield Christina Y.P. Chin Elizabeth A. Dankewicz 149 Hariett L. Clark Judy Caniila Cross Jacqueline M. Doney Gilda Donatelli Darlene C. Ficarra Mary Beth Kakos Lynn Fribush 150 49 Stuart B Keener Paula C. Penkava Patricia L. Kinsler Robert N. LaBriola Susan R. Reicher 151 Lawrence D. Stein Ervin Thomas Rouse, Jr. Pennee L. Whiting 152 Laura L. Ross William Janies . . . I Linda Carol Sama 4r.).i k i i n i..ai :v imoLf ssnm 161 A3b 163 164 AWARDS FACULTY GOLD MEDAL J. David Owens SUMMA CUM LAUDE Daniel Crumpton Hardesty J. David Owens MAGNA CUM LAUDE Stanley Creed Beachy Carl Timothy Bessent Kathleen Ruth Kelley Howard Ira Saiontz Harold Tucker CUM LAUDE David Long Allender Jeffrey Clark Blum Robert Glenn Castile John William Foreman William Stephep Hood Mark Jacobs Barnett Sheldon Kramer Alan Lawrence Whitney PRESENTATION OF AWARDS THE BALDER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Daniel Crumpton Hardesty THE DR. WAYNE W. BABCOCK PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN SURGERY Nelson Howard Goldberg J. David Owens THE D. J. EDMUND BRADLEY PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN PEDIATRICS Kathleen Ruth Kelley THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORIAL PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN GENITO URINARY SURGERY Stanley Jay Amernick THE DR. JACOB E. FINESINGER PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN PSYCHIATRY Candace Jean Erickson THE DR. WILLIAM ALEXANDER HAMMOND AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN NEUROLOGY Harold Tucker THE DR. LEONARD M. HUMMEL MEMORIAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN INTERNAL MEDICINE Carl Timothy Bessent THE LOUIS, IDA AND SAMUEL COHEN AWARD FOR PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES OF SCHOLARSHIP, ABILITY AND COMPASSION FOR PATIENTS Carl Timothy Bessent THE DR. MILTON S. SACKS MEMORIAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN HEMATOLOGY Allan Stanley Jaffe THE UHLENHUTH PRIZE IN ANATOMY Stanley Creed Beachy 167 HEALTH BULLETIN STUDENT HEALTH ORGANIZATION VOL II NO 3 MARCH 1971 University of Maryland School of Medicine March 1], 1971 Dear Dr. Henderson, The Sophomore Class is very disturbed that twenty-six people failed the first semester examination given by the Department of Preventive Medicine and that letters were sent to these people by the Dean’s office strongly implying that they might not progress to the third year unless they passed this course. While we feel that the subject matter of Preventive Medicine is relevant to medical practice, we do not feel that it should be a pre-requisite for progression to the third year. The seminar type format is good since it allows students to obtain the pertinent information without the ritual of exams, grades, and threats of failure. To emphasize our feeling that no one should fall this course, the class will not fake the final examination in June. In order to communicate the solidarity of our feelings, we wi 1 1 not attend any seminars given by the Department of Preventive Medicine on Monday, March 15, 1971. The dissatisfaction of at least two successive classes has now been expressed. The School of Medicine should note this and cease using Preventive Medicine as a criterion for advancement. Yours sincerely. The Class of ' 73 TABLE OF CONTENTS Preventive Medicine Rides Again ............ Page 2 How to Prevent a Relapse. also Page 2 Quo Vadis Family Medicine. Page 4 A Friendly Face Page 5 Sex Course Goes Limp for Awhile Page 5 A Bold New Curriculum Page 6 Freshman and Sophomore Page 8 Shi ling Concludes the Weather Report Page 9 Another Friendly Face Page 9 Neat Eastern Shore Shrink Page 9 The Clinical Bag Page 10 Wilson H. Elkins President, University of Maryland 169 170 172 Yearbook Staff Editor: Christopher Michel Assistant Copy Editor: Howard Pressman Photographers: Richard Bittriek, Louis Harman, William Landes, Christopher Michel, Philip Szczepanski, Terry Wild, Arno Zantsky. Advertising Manager: Thomas Mansfield Medical Technology School Representative: Paula Penkava Physical Therapy School Representative: Beth Bader Yearbook Financial Aid Directors: David Shiling, Howard Pressman Senior Portraits: Harre Studios, Chris Michel Darkroom Equipment: Courtesy of Frank Shallenberger The Editor also wishes to thank the following persons for their generous help: Nelson Goldberg, Gary Levinson, Pamela Logwood, Ange Malinski, Bill Schnap- per, Cyndy Owens, Marcia Watson. 173 174 175 MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE MEDICAL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 522 West Lombard Street Baltimore, Md. 21201 Phone: 301-528-7455 COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF BALTIMORE GREETINGS TO THE GRADUATES, CLASS OF 1973 FROM THE MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND! The Welcome Extended Each Graduate is Cordial , Warm , and Genuine. YOU ARE NOW ACTIVE MEMBERS OF OUR ASSOCIATION WITH DUES REMITTED FOR TWO YEARS AND SUBSCRIP- TION TO THE BULLETIN PAID FROM ASSOCIATION FUNDS. WE, THE ALUMNI OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, DESIRING TO FURTHER THE INTEREST AND ADVANCEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND TO PERPETUATE THE ASSOCIATIONS MADE DURING THE MEDICAL SCHOOL PERIOD, DO HEREBY ADOPT THIS CONSTITUTION FOR THE GOVERNING OF THE MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. YOU ARE URGED TO KEEP YOUR ALUMNI ASSOCIATION IN- FORMED OF ANY AND ALL CHANGES OF ADDRESS. 176 It is a pleasure to add our compliments to the graduating class of the University of Maryland School of Medicine. You are now entering the old and honorable profession of medicine and we have faith you will fully serve its high ideals and traditions. Makers of NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM NOXZEMA SHAVE CREAMS And COVER GIRL PRODUCTS Wishing the CLASS OF 1973 Every Success in the Future MERCY HOSPITAL, INC. 301 ST. 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