University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry - Bushwacker Yearbook (Kansas City, MO)

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BELL, Business Manager 5 N USHWHACIQE NINETEEN -YTHHQTY FOUR Ni + 1 1 f f q RESENTED by the A T JUNIOR CLASS OF THE KANSAS CITY-WESTERN DENTAL CCDLLEGE AT KANSAS CITY, MISSCDURI EDICATICDN a leader ol men and an instructor ol youtlw, but a nationally known researclw Worlcer in the Field ol dentistry. Doctor l'lall's devotion to luis Worl4 as an instructor is revered by all the students at the Kansas City-Western Dental College. We dedicate tlwis book to a man who is not only DR. E. M. HAJ. ,Nt.....i.,- - .,.......f ... tal f mf rfxci The Bushvvhacl4erol'l934 is essentially a hoolc ol the present. Ir is a permanent record ol the successes, the follies, the activities, in short, the events and life surrounding the activity ol students ol the Kansas City-Western Dental College during the school year ol 1933-1934. lts statl has neither delved into the past nor endeavored to forecast the future of this institution. The staffs combined eifort has been directed tovvard the production of a detailed written and pictorial record ol the present. It is hoped by those vvho have given their time, and vvorl4ed to malce this bool4 possible that it will not be looked through today and cast aside, but that it vvill be cherished in the future as a source ol memories of student days at the Kansas City-Western Dental College. We have not tried to mal4e this bool4 exceptionally beautiful-for life 'at school is not alvvays that vvay. Qur endeavors have been to present the College as vve should alvvays lil4e to remember it and as vve vvant everybody to lcnow it. .. ,.. , ,.......- ...... --. ..,.,,f.....,.....,,1.- ,.,.-k-Y.........2.--,...L..,. ......-..., ..-..:...- CDN-FENTS MINISTRATION Qur faculty, personnel, classrooms and stuclent officers. Division l .... AD Division Il .... CLASSES Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen, and last but not least the Pre-Dents. Division lll . . . ORGANIZATICDNS The honorary and professional fraternities, their officers and members. Division lV. . . ACTIVITIES The Glee Club ancl Bushwhaclcer Staff. Division v. . . FE!-xTui2Es A fevv informal vievvs into the less serious side of life, along vvith a bit of good clean fun. --1-1 'i l nd 7 .n, es, SUS mod g--vp--1 The A6!,'l7Z7ZjffJ'dff07Z Bfzildifzg of The L7lZfZf'El'J'1:fy of Kafzmf City A XX' INTER SCENE fa. y Y..,,-1-Q:-:J,r Vuijlznaxnt--1-'f:f:',gg,vx9gqs4q-5n.,g Y 1, E91 4-.. .1 -L...+-,- jf+4..iL: 1 "ADITUS" Through these doors the future dentist enters and four years later he passes out of them as the finished product. U01 gr' 1-'f l ...f "Lambendo paulatim iigurantf' fLicking a cub into shapeJ PLINY-Natural History ADMINISTRATION .. ,,,,, , Ins . . .., . . 3, 3 3 3 ' 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 L 33 3 3 1, 3 E 3 N 3 3 3 3 3 I3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 F. 3 3 3 3 3 3 BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAROLD P. KUHN GEORGE P. MELCHER A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S. A.B., A.M., LLD. ROY JAMES RINEHART D.D.S., F.A.C.D. RALPH L. ADAMS THOMAS E. PURCELL LLQBI D.D.S., LLD., F.A.C.D l13l - .- i.-,.....,.. ,i.,...-, ,-....i-..--..,..-.4-4...4pk,?..iz,..z..i.i-,.44-:Li4.4zw...k-. - . ,: . ....,,,,, A NEW DEAL There should be no content with present achievement no matter how successful one may be. Success for a useful citizen cannot be measured by the wealth possessed, but by the accomplishment of good for humanity. Faithful service may beget adequate rewards or it may not, but nevertheless the joy in life is not found in idleness or selfishness, but in activity. Health and ability should inspire pleasure in labor and pleasure' found in labor will not permit men to relinquish their toil so long as opportunity and ability remain. Every day, then, presents a golden opportunity for a "new deal." The great gate is ever open and never before in the history of civilization have there been such interesting, stupendous problems to solve and with them so many opportunities. Only the faint-hearted grumble and lay down. The honest and ambitious see each day as a "new deal." ROY JAMES RINEHART, Dean. F-555-in -e f"f M- ui! llll 1-:.-'....."'::! THE SUPERINTENDEIXIT OF THE INFIRMARY The position of superintendent of the infirmary necessitates a thorough knowledge of the various phases of dentistry. Dr. Edwards has proved his ability 'and trained himself well for this responsible position. We all re- gard him as our friend and his good advice is always welcome. Dr. Edwards is also Professor of Operative Dentistry and Oral Path- ology. THE REGISTRAR The registrar has the responsibility of arranging each student's curriculum. This important part of the administra- tion has been successfully filled by Dr. Moore for a number of years. He is, therefore, able to come in more per- sonal contact with each student by dealing with their scholastic records, intelligence ratings, and life histories than any of the other faculty members. In addition to his duties as registrar he is Professor of Histology and Bac- teriology. V ' . ' '-1. 41,T'm,'.::pnnn'.:.-alf11v1:: ': 1 A ' - ----' - A..- . --.............., --.-.n41414-qL-.p -4i.f-1-.b:L1Lia.i.L4:.q.5.-. ... r: . ..- DR. R. W. EDWARDS Superintendent of the Inirnzary DR. N. A. MOORE Regirmzr 1 1 1 Y 1, 1 W- I 112 1 .5- I 15 5: 123' .J E1 KANSAS CITY-WESTERN DENTAL COLLEGE 1 151 1 .3 xl 1,,-, 1 ,1-A V A if I 11 1 111K 1 ' , ft L1 Q : M 2' r i 11 1' 1' ' f 1 11 1 '1 1 5. 'G fi 11 rj '5 12 L 11 L U 5 1 ,5 11 L '1 11 P : ' " .2 11 ' 1' 1' '1 1 1 1 ,1 11 il 1 1 A 1 Q, 1 1 L11 A L LL1 , il! .1 1 ' 1, 1 1 '1. ,211 .4 1 ' 1111 1113: ?g"1 1 VN 11 11, 11 , 14,1 ,fr 1 1, .11 1 1 EY I! iff-g11L , ,Wi 1311 fl: 11211 1 1!'1 112111 'JI 17!!! , 1'1'1 1 191 L-,VJ 111 1 W1 1 1 1 av' HG! X ix'l1,'llf,,!'fiXf' f, K NXx1fffffffffy ff' N xx X I N XQQXX fff' -Tj xxxtxxxvikl!llll'fffTf:E: ,.. - 2 -:a7fff'ff'1:"UlQXb- X SY HALO EY , ff XX5 Xi XS ,, , ,,4i4ff 'ff g xxxxfjxgx XX X NEON f 1 q x Af' ,V I ' f X X 'W J H if FACULTY ....... .1 .--, , .-sl...-.... -...i.-..4..-.1..i.., -i......-.....- ..:.4:.....-....f...4 L.:s.ifs..a..L..4.-.a..-. ,.,, .: . ... FACLJ LTV R. J. RINEHART R. W. EDWARDS H. P. KUHN E. M. HALL D.D.S., F.A.C.D. D.D.S. A A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S. D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Profeuor of Profeuor of Profeffor of Profeuor of Crown and Bridge Operative Dentiftry, Oral Surgery Oral Diagnofif and Oral Pathology D. D. CAMPBELL JUDGE A. L. REEVES D.D.S. LLD. Profeffor of Lecturer on Proftlaetic Dentiytry Dental furifpruclence if vw Root Canal Therapy E. L. STEWART EMMETT J. CRAIG D.D.S. M.D. Profexfor of Hiftology and Bacteriology Profeffor of Exoclontia, Minor Oral Surgery and Aneftlvefia L. G. TAYLOR F. W. HUNTINGTON N. A. MOORE L. V. HILL M.D. A.B., A.M., D.D.S. A.B., D.D.S. M.S., M.D. P1'0f9J'.f07' of Profeyfor of Profeffor of Profeffor of Playfiology Cbenziftry, Metallurgy Histology and Anatomy, Director of and Ployficf Bacteriology Anatomical Laboratory li I18 I - .745 "idk-1.5353 ROBERT' KORITSCHONER M.D. Profeffof' of General Pathology L. E. DAVIDSON D.D.S. Auociate Pfofeffof of Operative Dentiftry C. W. SAWYER D.D.S. Auociate Profeffor of Dental Anatomy and FACULTY J. A. SAWHILL D.D.S. Profeyfor of Roentgenology , C. W. O'DELL B.S., D.D.S. Affociate Profefyor of Rexearclo In Diet and Affoczate P10 erfor o Oral Pathology F. M. CALMES B.S., D.D.S. Axforiate Profeffor of Inftvactov zn Lornpafatzoe Leftu1e1 zn Dental Roentgenology, Inftfuctov' Dental Anatomy and Ofal Hygzene Qpg,-aging Dgngjm-y tn Dzagnofzf, and an rop yaxzf Operative Dentiftry 19 FACULTY r 1 L. E. CARR , A. L. WALTERS- . J. C. WARNOCK J. D. SCOTT D.D.S. .D.D.S. D.D.S. l D.D'.S. 1 Ifzytfvfcfov' in Crouffz ' Lecturer in Lefzufer zn Infzrizfzof' in Crown C 4177! Bridge, gud! P1'ev6nZi1fe D65Zli.fl1'Q' Dental Efofzoniicf ami' Bridgg, and Cemmiff Diet and Nulriziofz C6'1'417?Y1C5 E. L. DILLON ' D.D.S. A Imlrfzrlov' in Dental Teffmicf W. W. WHITE JOHN W. CLAYTON . D.D.S. D.D.S. I7lfl1'.7lCI07'-fl? Lefluref' in Pedodontia mm' Pedociozzlia Ortfaodontia Clinic A G. W. HILLIAS D.D.S., F.A.C.D. - Lerturer On Opemtiwe DenfiJZ1'y and Denial Hiftofy K E X 5 TP. F. STOOKEY ' ' J, V, BROWN M.D. D.D.S. Larimer in Om! and TLggmfg1- jyy Sperm! Pathology Pfafzfaetic De12zi.ff1'y A. L."PUNTON D.D.S. .Cliniml Examiner A 494. W yy, .., ff , MQ 4 .., 4, ffw X 59 7 P f. ' I g "7 I C.- 'Q 4. ,ga O gs -QQ.. M M ssesiw .,4.,: I X . . ,,.A .. ,, , fy s . ,Q ,g ff f' . 2 -. X T .. W f T F. H. EVERSULL D.D.S. Imlrzzcror in . Proftkelic D637ZZj.Yfl'j 'Qi'EkgQiA..mL., ,...,,, . , Ii - 1 P2331 FACULTY ' a ,+ 4 .WI ll! W. , 1 5 1 + L I K . IV? Nl? 51? Er? ew i f C Ui ' ff if 5' R. L. BOWER E. V. CONOVER E. C. PADGETT E. H. WESTENHAVER W M.D.,D.D.S.,F.A.C.S. I D-D-S. B.s.,M.D. D.D.S. ,Vs AJ-.mfiafg P1-Ofgfygf gf Tefhnzral and Clinical Lefta1'e1' in Oral Surgery az a g Mate1'ia Medina and I12.fI1'ufZ01' Oral Surgery' General Hoxpizal Tberapeutiff a .li a . . W 1 W .L . EG . u, 1 . af ' E. H. SKINNER J. E. HUFF H. M. MCFARLAND H. W. ALLEN gy 3 M.D. D.D.S. D.D.S. D.D.S. 1 .Q Lecturer on Spefial Lerzaref Spefial Lecturer on Siberia! Lecturer on . CI Roenzgenology and Dental Ceramirs Minor Oral Surgery Exociontia and 1 Pathology General Afzeflbefia Q. C3 yi Q I lg M5 p M .K .U if 1QiQ'. F1 fe Hg, E. W, SMITH HOMER SI-IELDEN C. A. KOEHLER C. R. LAWRENCE D.DlS. D.D.S. B.S., M.D. D.D.S. lui? Pj Spgfjgl Lgf,-1,7-ef 017 Siberia! Lerluref' in I12.ft1'acl01' A7ZdIO722j Spefial Leclurer on jg? gl Exgdgngjg Orlfoodofzzia Offce Managemezz! fl ,5x.f .f.i p i211 g rf, X X 'gy ti ' 'I 5362 fx i. , ix SY ' A L..-a.za.:f..-ga... ..-H .: . ..,.4..... .......,.,- f, V. -A 1. Si I E RI 4 J If 435:5- Nia' V- J If I ,J FACULTY W. H. JORDAN D. E. WOODARD D.D.S. M.S.D., D.D.S. Special Lecturer ou Lecturer on Partial Deuturef Oral Diaguosif O, J, PRINTZ MARY K. ORR A.B., M.D. Ojjice Iuflructor in Anazomy MARIE BUTNER DAISY E. HANNAII Irzformatzou Hygieniyz - .W , f 1 rf., , " 'ff ' , M lu ,', M f ff, , G. W. ROBINSON, JR. A. L. REEVES, JR. A.B., M.D. A.B., LLB. Special Lecturer on Lecturer on Neurology Dental Juriypruafeuce MARGRET B. POTTS HELEN V. HUBER Office Ojjzice HARRIET. F. 'WHITAKER ESTELLE LYNCH Dzfpemary Laboratory Technician 221 M acl' A TRIP TI-HQCDUGI-I CDLH2 SCHCDCDI. The students of Kansas City-Western Dental College areiproud of their school, which is one of the leading dental institutions in America. You may ask, "Why is it considered as such?" To confirm this statement we have but to escort you on a trip through the various departments and their subsidiaries of this truly modernbuilding of ours. As we enter the south entrance we are immediately confronted with the administration office, from which Dr. Rinehart and his assistants ably direct the functions of the school. Now we have but to cross the hall to enter the school library which houses over two thousand volumes of some of the best literature obtainable on the art of dentistry and medicine. This magnificent library is open to the use of the entire student body. Then right off the library is the school museum, which is of much interest to those considering dentistry as a life's profession. Many very unusual cases are presented here that one would not have a chance to witness in many years of practice. It is indeed a treat few of us are privileged to see. We next come to probably the most outstanding part of our school, the infirmary. Patients upon entering the clinic are received in the reception room where they obtain information concerning the clinic. The infirmary was so planned as to give proper light- ing, both natural and artificial, and the greatest possible convenience for those working in the infirmary. The clinic room provides for a maximum of one hundred fifty dental chairs, fountains, cuspidors, electric engines, tables, etc. All operations are performed under the supervision of well trained instructors. In this spacious clinic the student gains adequate experience in all branches of practical dentistry. At the east end of the infirmary is set aside a portion known as the Lowry Clinic. The purpose of this clinic is to adequately serve a certain number of indigent children from three to fourteen years of age. This department is supervised by interns appointed each year from the graduating class. All the materials necessary for dental restorations for work done in the infirmary are obtained from the dispensary, where assistants see that as little time as necessary is lost in securing these materials. r Closely connected with the infirmary are smaller department rooms such as the X-ray room, orthodontia department, ceramics department, and the oral surgery department. The X-ray room is equipped with three of the latest type of X-ray machines, and here students learn the great importance of the use of the X-ray in making a complete oral diagnosis. The orthodontia department is for those wishing to specialize in orthodontia. Students are taught to differentiate simple irregularities and abnormalities, to take im- pressions of children's mouths, to make diagnostic and record casts, and to construct appliances. In the ceramics department students are instructed in building and baking of porcelain. The oral surgery department is thoroughly equipped with modern sterilizing ap- pliances, gas apparatus, operating table, chairs, and all necessary modern surgical facilities. The prosthetics department has two large laboratories, a freshman laboratory, and a sophomore laboratory. In the freshman laboratory the student learns the fundamental 1 1 rinci les of dentistry Then as the students progress they enter the sopnomore laoora- P P ' . . . . . . tory, where every possible means of cultivating an efficient technic in the construction of artificial dentures is taught. In several places throughout the school will be noticed attractive displays of the technic work done by students. These displays help to demon- strate the rapid improvement in the work turned out by students as they progress. The science departments are among the finest to be found anywhere. The large anatomical laboratory is amply supplied with cadavers and each student takes part in the dissections. The bacteriology and pathology laboratory is well equipped with microscopes, specimens and slides. This laboratory has fine work benches, having artificial slight and runnin water at each. The chemistry department not only 15 equipped with fine work benchei with running water at each, but has chemicals and equipment of all kinds and . . . . . . . . . h . d' descriptions with which to work. Chemistry of special interest to the dentist is emp asize summarize the tri we have just taken through our school is it little Now, as we P , wonder that we are proud of it, and thrill at the very thought of attending it ?-C. A. ...Z E231 X L I ,Q .I 5, I ,IX , X I. I H I J 'Q It ,. xx , XI 1, U I. , I v. xp 4 r I I ., 1 ., 5, I1 'BE ,X , 1, ,- J , If fi .- r' , dk, I, I fa.: 'Il ADMINISTRATION OFFICE m LIBRARY MUSEUM I 2-L A INFIRMARY PROSTHETIC TECHNIC DISPLAY SOPHOMORE LABORATORY I 25 I " " - .54 ...M ,.....,.............-f A E , -"""""""' ..........a.-,..............' 1...- ,O 4 ,O 0' RECEPTION ROOM , . 4 fy' fdf X X f STERILIZATION ROOM DISPENSARY I 26 1 4198. I l l l --A-.- ,...w.. g " lx'-5:-15,-Ear... , ORTHODON TIA DEPARTMENT MODEL DISPLAY , TECHNIC DISPLAY I27 J .. ........-.,,.,,,1 -N----1: ' ' .,.i...-...,.b:un..-.-..aL. e F 'wif - n5'Lf" " .-.....'-.. 4 , . A , !r .X . LOWRY CLINIC PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY LABORATORY FRESHMAIN LABGRATORY Y '3 I ,nik ANATOMY LABORATORY PROSTHETICS LABORATORY CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY LABORATORY i291 -aiig-, dp-+...-....--:.-,..:...4........,..4,4Lr-..-2.,ga.- - . ,, , 5 ,Y Y - - - -- 1. .. 7' ..... vw, -- -H-1,-....-,.-.W--uv-f-rf-zu-uv'-A f--" , H- ..,,....,-.r-...--- . ,,,-...Q --an-gm-4 --Q--1. w---7 ' TECHNIC AND MODEL EXHIBITS - 1-bwewzazi ff' ' G E301 mug-.nnif ..-,.....,...f .W:...,....:...,.:..:.. .g , ....,..-. -.1.-+..4,.....v -i-..., ......... , ,..............-.1.AnQ-.4.z......H.4.,.z,.ff.-L41.,:4:g......, --..4,,...-....g.....-......Js......,,.-,-,..,.,...,...1?....--..-..+.........,-....-Q.. ,.. .. . - 1 -I - -- ...,.Y .Y..... .-,.1...-...f,.-...- ,.,,..........., 20115 uluuu awww Q X QL 3 x..,J C I 5 E '- X - i' ' Z L ' C 2 :I OI - , QU K Q25 ea f Mg ' Q- gs f -Q' b XXX big V K YN 5 ff,-ET ' ' fb A 3- , avg . t l X ' 17 K I 0 X 3, f 453 "1' K - B ' .. f- f ,R " ff M fd 2 VIWI0 X ' U ' r U ' Egg?-13:-'9I'Z!fo??-. A VI, ., Y i .5--..l4r.,., 3... ,J ,, 5.9, , Q: ' fa , . :E-1519 -:-1 if :eine fa- +4 H fmlh U .. A 5323 gh . Mai ' I f 3513 52 Eff., 'iii mg. if ' ' 'V Z "" ' ..1i-...-...-...it 'F' 4 Q! 'wiiiisisiEnsiniint - it Q A ' YQQi1!!Q1Qn1aii11i11im , I , 'H X' 5 - uw 2-,s3i352,L., XX X ' X . ' '1.q:""i' - 1 '-" 'jwji if f ..-we Q-fn it J 7 ' a'7 Cf'QN 'V Z ' A ? 4 X K XX X X f it I M Y I N 1 X fi : N m X Q E 'fmt Student Administration , . , : ,, ,G ,, ..... ... .04Lfu.....w.:a-L.,:.....a..,....,- .. STUDENT CCDLJNCII. Bark Row: Burket, Hunter, Lopez. Middle Row: Corey, Schantz, Stark, Volker. Front Row: Scoffin, Lenkercl, Carr, Locker. INTER-FRATERIXIITV CQUNCII. . Dr. L. M. jamesq G. XV. McCollum Dr. R. J. Rinehart Dr. J. W. Richmond 4 C. N. Hall Dr. L. E. Carr B. B. Hamilton 5 E321 5. EQ lb' """'-inns. SENIGR CLASS GFFICERS M. F. SULLIVAN C. D. WATKINS L. G. MCCONNELL Prefidem' Vice-Pfefidenl - Sec1'eza1'y-T1'ea.ru1'e1' JLJNIGR CLASS GFFICERS G. W. RENKEN J. L. IRBY W. A. WATKINS Prefidefzl Vice-Pmridenz Serrelary-Treafuref' E331 .,.,..-- .3-. . ,,L........-L --..l..-.4-..-4i...-4..i....-.....Q-,,a...-.,.44L1n.-z...a-1,:4 SCDPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS D. A. CLossoN J. B. CALDWELL D- E- KERR P7'6'.fid6'7Zl Vine-Prefidenz Sefremry-T1'ea.fu1'e1' FRESI-IMAN CLASS CDFFICERS J. J. BROWN E. W. FICCA O. B. TATE Prefidenl Vice-Prexidenz Secfemry-T1'eafure1' E341 Maufbwa L.. -af- PREDENT CLASS OFFICERS J. A. SMITHERS W. R. HESTER W. R. WALLACE Prefident Vice-Prefident Sec1'el:zry-Treafurer DENTAL I-IYGIENISTS H. B. MERRILL V. L. KINDER M. A. TOWNSEND F. M. MCILRATH M- LUCAS l35I --- .. ....,--.....- ,.i...., ..-x....ii..... --1.-+4114-i... .4i.l-.,+cLrg.La+:A1a.-. ,M .- .... WISI-IINC5 YOU SUCCESS BY DR. A. L. PUNTQN Lucky days are here again for the members of the Senior Class, and those young men who are to follow in your footsteps. Never was there a more opportune time than the present, for the future of dentistry. The economic conditions which we have passed through in the- last three years have caused abnormal nationwide situations and have reduced the incomes of the people generally to such an extent that dentistry has suffered correspondingly, con- sequently, a great number of teeth that could have been saved were extracted and other work has necessarily been deferred for better times. However, the falling off in'dentistry has not been so marked as in many vocations. We believe the worst is past and more optimistic views of the future are being taken, and that the dawn of a new day is here. Depressions come and go, followed by a greater prosperity Now, consider your life work, you are going from school life into life's school. Many thoughts will come to you about your future. Naturally you want to succeed in your chosen profession and may I say right here that it is your best effort that will show results and bring you material success. Dentistry is a field of education that affords you a great opportunity to build a line and helpful character which your fellow citizens will admire and respect. Money cannot buy character, it means sacrifice for others, self-denial and cooperation in any undertaking. v H -yu-v,,K-..:rmf-,:.,-Yi:f.....A.s.N..v.,-..,-.,-..,..-.rm ...www 4... W--Q: ,Ji 44: ,,1,,,,.:V. Maggy- Y PM -V W - l36l --...,,.........-...,-.-......... -,,,,,,,,, ,. .MEM -J uw " -1 1, : - - , . ,,...-1....,,,,--M-...-v-f-V Q-ee..-,,....-.-,.g,.,,.f-4.-,..,.-.,,,1sf,,..-,,...L-,f-..:..,.,.-.-,,p..1-:v,-.-,Aw,...f,-..., ---,-Q--.... ..-..W- . ,, .,. :W---1-,.,..-.-, , - - -, . , A . V WV 1 l ,1 U1 'x iz lr l 1 :lf Nl xl' Flu ,, i Y, :I ll I :ll li P H4 lu i il W w , , i 1 w ,L 1: ll W, LQ, H" 14-4 ll li Y Ny wr . 1 'z , H Il . Ni, The student sat in his sanctum, his countenance furrowed with care, His mind at the bottom of business, his feet at the top of a chair, it His chair-arm an elbow supporting, his left hand upholding his head, Ili t His eyes on his dusty old table, with different documents spread. t WILL CARLTON--Farm Ballads-The Editor's Guests. M. CLASSES x N ? ' J .,-.4--.....-........-......-14.-..l, ' -- .4 ..,,, g.-, Q ni , ,, , Q, ,- , E, 3 ' 1- ' ....,.,,:..,,,,.-'H U- NA--nm .V , , S l 4 Y 1 4 ill ,ul .I H f J ff-sie! X116 PM Z f 4 ff W , , f W Z SEN IORS ---4----Y -- - ,........ ..6-,,.. ,-.1 - x X X V si V, 1 i l li 4... l J. H. ANDERSON, B.S. Little Rock, Ark. Arkansas University E. BECKLEY, JR. St. joseph, Mo. St. joe junior College St. joe School of Law Xi Psi Phi Beta Phi Sigma A N CARR Neosho M William Jewell College President of Pre Dental Class Student Council X1 Psi Phi G M DEAN A B McPherson Kan McPherson College Colorado University Sigma Chi Psi Omega P G J ELSEL AA Henderson Minn St Paul Lutheran College f40 W. K. BAKER Hammond, Mo. Southwest Missouri State Teachers College F. C. CAROTHERS La Cygne, Kan. Kansas State Teachers College Xi Psi Phi P C CARREL Springdale Ark William Jewell College F S EARLY Dayton Ohio Ohio State University M P FRANZ Wichita Kan Wichita University X1 PS1 Phi .-FW ' A. D. FRIEDMAN New York City New York University William Jewell College Vice-Pres., Junior Class W. H. HALBERT, A.B. Little Rock, Ark. Arkansas Teachers College Kappa Phi Sigma H. W. HENRY Clinton, Mo. , K. C. Junior College L. F. HOLLE Sedgwick, Kan. Bethel Col lege Psi Omega W. R. KENDALL Manhattan, Kan. Kansas State College Sec.-Treas., Freshman Class A A Asst. Bus. Mgr. of Bushwhacker, '52 Bus. Mgr. of Bush- whacker, '53 Beta Theta Pi Phi Delta Theta Xi Psi Phi C. J. GUILLIAMS Craig, Mo. B. B. HAMILTON Kansas City, Mo. Missouri University Beta Theta Pi Xi Psi Phi M. V. HODGE Kansas City, Mo. William Jewell College Delta Sigma Delta S. M. JONES Warren, Ark. Florida University Arkansas University Monticello A. and M. College Southern College Pi Kappa Kappa Sigma Basketball, '32 D. B. LENKERD Kansas City, Mo. Greenville College Delta Sigma Delta l41l . 1 ...Y ..... .J...1i.1.,--.M,14.-,,. JQ.,?-.f l l A tx? X, e l il r l , l X 1 'tt l ., N lil lla! tl. l X x ll' .X l iw ,, ir. xx ,i l X. ..u i H. F. LINSCHEID Arlington, Kan. Bethel College C. S. MATTHEWS Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City Junior College Delta Sigma Delta G. W. MCCOLLUM Waynoka, Okla. Oklahoma University Delta Sigma Delta D. T. MCKEE Hiawatha, Kan. Nebraska University Kansas State College Beta Theta Pi Xi Psi Phi B. R. MILLER Colona, Illinois William Jewell College Asst. Ed. Bushwhacker, '32 Editor Bushwhacker, '33 Delta Sigma Delta l42l L. H. LOCKER Locker, Texas Daniel Baker College Baylor University Student Council Psi Omega C. B. MCCALL Wheaton, Mo. Missouri University St. Louis University Southwest Teachers College Chi Zeta Chi Phi Epsilon L. G. MCCONNELL Stroud, Okla. Oklahoma University Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class Kappa'Kappa Psi Delta Sigma Delta L. R. Mission Topeka, Kan. K. C. junior College Delta Sigma Delta R. T. MooRE Dadeville, Mo. Missouri University Delta Sigma Delta ,...,....-.-.....,..-..1......f.1-.....- M. H. Moimow Leavenworth, Kan. K. C. junior College Student Council Psi Omega J. H. OKAHATA Honolulu, Hawaii G. A. ORM1sToN Arkansas City, Kan. William Jewell College Student Council Xi Psi Phi U. R. PETERS Oxford, Iowa Columbia College University of Iowa Phi Delta Theta Xi Psi Phi A. QUINTANA, A.B. Kansas City, Mo. I. NASH New York City William Jewell College B. OLNESS Ryder, North Dakota St. Olaf College Glee Club Alpha Kappa Student Council Xi Psi Phi ' M. D. PEARCE Hutchinson, Kan. Kansas University Tulsa University Houston Junior College Sec.-Treas., Junior Class Trowel Xi Psi Phi W. H. PUMPHREY, JR. Warren, Ark. Park College F. A. RAMIREZ, A.A. Bayamon, Puerto Rico Park College Highland College E431 . . G. RATCUFF St. Joseph, Mo. Xi Psi Phi G. S. Rosa Goddard, Kan. Municipal University Kansas University A. ROSENBLUM McAlester, Okla. Oklahoma University Phi Beta Delta W. SIEGELBAUM Kansas City, Mo. William Jewell College Alpha Omega S. O. SOMERS Emporia, Kan. College of Emporia William Jewell College l44l W. A. REITZ Kansas City, Kan. K. C., K., Junior College Kansas University Delta Phi Xi Psi Phi F. L. RooKsTooL, B.S. Polo, Mo. University of Oklahoma Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Gamma Epsilon Xi Psi Phi President of Junior Class J. W. SCHERZINGER Ransom, Kan. Kansas State College Phi Delta Theta Beau Vais T. S. L. Xi Psi Phi W. B. SIMMS Kansas City, Mo. K. C. Junior College Glee Club Xi Psi Phi J. H. SPECE Great Bend, Kan. K. C. junior College Kansas University Xi Psi Phi ll J. STAGEMAN Council Bluffs, Iowa Xi Psi Phi M. F. SULLIVAN Granfield, Okla. Oklahoma City University Central State Teachers College, Pres., Sophomore Class Pres., Senior Class Xi Psi Phi Delta Psi Omega M. H. THORNBURGH West Plains, Mo. Central College Glee Club Xi Psi Phi ' B. W. VINCENT Kansas City, Mo. Xi Psi Phi S. F. WEBSTER Marlette, Mich. Hillsdale College C Alpha Tau Omega Xi Psi Phi D. H. STEWART Kansas City, Kan College of Emporia Cushing Okla L. E. TENNIS i' M Oklahoma A. and College Xi Psi Phi F.. C. TYREE, JR. . Wayne, Kan. Kansas Universityit C. D. VUATKINS Leavenworth, Kan. Kansas University Psi Omega J. M. WILLIAMS Kansas City, Mo. K. C. Junior College Glee Club Xi Psi Phi l45l - . ...W ........ ....,....1...-1 -L, ,-,,.....-.-....,,...-.g.i....?.....-, ONWARD, SENIGRS Another year has passed and we who were freshmen but four short years ago are now seniors. We, who a year ago watched the class of '33 bring to a close a great achievement in its history have now ascended to the same goal. Our matriculation grouped us here as individuals, unacquainted and inexperienced. The years pass and we finish organized, polished, learnedg all striving cooperatively for the accomplishment of one great purpose-the betterment of our profession. We, who were once strangers, now realize that we mean everything to each other, for between us has developed one of the most immortal beauties of life-friendship. Now, in the realization that we are about to separate, perhaps forever, and that we may never again see some of those who have been our dearest friends, a feeling of sadness and loneliness is born in our hearts. Yet, hesitation is impossible+we must go forth with confidence and courage to fight our own battles and win our own victories. W'e must separate and bridge the miles between us with our memories alone. Some of us will fail utterly while others will rise to unlimited heights. These, we do not know nor will we know until we have concluded many years of labor, of self- application, diligence, and sincere effort to elevate the fine standards of dentistry set by those who have preceded us. Man progresses, not only by his own endeavor and experience, but also by the utilization and application of knowledge gleaned by his colleagues and predecessors. The knowledge which we possess is composed chiefly of that generously given us by those who have gone before. We only hope that we may accomplish our desire by contributing some small fragment of fact to that great store of knowledge and pass it on to those who will follow us. We must recognize this duty to the profession and to our public, and attempt unremittingly to fulfill it before we consider ourselves worthy of whatever respect and honor we may receive, we must fulfill it before we can offer any further impetus to the survival, growth, and advancement of mankind. XV e shall accept our responsibilities not as a detriment, but as an inspiration to exceed ourselves, an encouragement to success, and a challenge to the accomplishment of a great unfinished work. And so we depart from our school and enter into a new and strange world determined to do our share as one small cog in a mighty machine. Let us not fail in our duty or falter in our efforts and when the new unending army replaces us, may it somehow be written down upon the records, "The new is in, the old has given us its best, and all is well." L. G. MCCONNELL "Y """'t""" 'Y 'Y-1 fv- fu:-:QQ-.F-....., ---..,-..,.-.,..f.....,, -W. ,... ,.,,. ..m.,..- ,Y-.-. . V ,. . . ,,, V - - - f- .. .--J..-.1-.......!.m-ne-.c-11.4.-, -vw, Q-.,.,.-.-.mu v- . l46l ,...s-H.-L -rw-v-.na---vw l I l 1 ,J ' ' 4 1 N A I w I V Q f I n ,xv 47 V w 0 v .' J week 2 U Y 24 km' x x X.. 1 K-7. I 25 . I f..,,, Xf jr, - ' , uhm x V 5 WA? X! lg? X K LJ V ,L if " 9' f, SQY 5 E V' 5-Z! -i-5, ,V 15 44 I if -gli Areas r I 1 A 1 I 1 1 3 1 a 1 4 1 E A 4 f i i a I Q. F7957 pffv 771955 J UN IORS - - i.,.,,,,... , ,,,.,,..,,,.,... ..-...- ' ..,.,-4.1, - ,...... x... - ..,..........-.-..f,,1..,, A........-.. ...,.....-..,.-4.4 "l---4- P. K. AHRENs Basin, Wyo. Wyoming University Xi Psi Phi R. W. BAKER Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma University Williams College Student Council Zeta Psi R. O. BEAUCHAMP, B.S Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas University Sigma Nu Delta Sigma Delta C. W. BENNETT Ft. Smith, Ark. Arkansas State Teachers College Chi Sigma Chi C Delta Lambda Delta E. T. BRENNAN St. Marys, Kan. St. Louis University St. Marys College l48l L. E. ANDERSON Concordia, Kan. William Jewell College Student Council Sec.-Treas. Pre-Dental Class Glee Club W. L. BARKER Lockwood, Mo. Kansas State College W. H. BELL Leavenworth, Kan. Asst. Bus. Mgr. Bushwhacker, '33 Bus. Mgr. Bush- whacker, ,34 Psi Omega R. BERKOWITZ Kansas City, Mo. Kansas University New Mexico University Washington University Theta Alpha Phi W. C. BROWNING Deepwater, Mo. William Jewell College C. I-1. BURGESS, JR. Windsor, IXIO. Sec.-Treas. of Freshman Class Delta Sigma Delta N. W. CALLAHAN Independence, Mo. Kansas University Psi Omega V. S. CHILDS Tulsa, Okla. Tennessee Teachers College Psi Omega L. D. COGGINS Broken Arrow, Okla. Wuester College of Pharmacy Student Council Pres. Sophomore Class Trowel E. P. CRESSLER, B.A. Newton, Kan. Stanford University San Diego State College New Mexico iUniversity Kansas University J. F. BURKET Kingman, Kan. Kansas University Student Council Delta Tau Delta Xi Psi Phi E. F. CAVIN La Crosse, Kan. Kansas State Teachers College Sigma Tau Gamma Xi Psi Phi R. L. CLARK Brashear, Mo. Kirksville State Teachers College Trowel ' G. S. CORNWELL Dardenelle, Ark. Arkansas University William Jewell College Delta Sigma Delta C. K. CREWS Fulton, Mo. Westminister College Phi Delta Theta H91 ...ii-. . .... ...,-.,...... ,ll ..........-..,--..l.-.,-.-4.......,-.L M. T. CURRAN Kansas City, Mo. Rockhurst College Kansas University Beta Kappa Sigma Phi Gamma Delta Xi Psi Phi E. B. D1cKEY Greenleaf, Kan. Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class S. M. FASBINDER Brooklyn, N. Y. Columbia University Alpha Omega A. E. FULTON Wichita, Kan. Wichita University Scabbard and Blade Sigma Delta Epsilon Delta Sigma Delta C. N. HALL Dadeville, Mo. Trowel Student Council Psi Omega l50l T. DAUGHERTY Kansas City, Mo. Iowa University Phi Gamma Delta B. W. DUNN Richmond, Mo. Missouri University Warrensburg State Teachers College Kappa Sigma Phi Beta Pi Xi Psi Phi N. E. FOWLER El Dorado, Kan. Westminster College Baylor University Sec.-Treas. Freshman Class Xi Psi Phi . F. C. GARD, B.S. Minneapolis, Kan. Washburn College Kansas State College Kansas State Teachers College Kappa Sigma Epsilon Xi Psi Phi G. M. HILL, B.P.E. McPherson, Kan. McPherson College Illinois University Y. M. C. A. College Delta Pi Alpha Xi Psi Phi V. HOLDREITH Springfield, Ill. Illinois Vlfesleyan University Beta Kappa J. L. IRBY Green Forest, Ark. Vice-Pres. Junior Class Delta Sigma Delta- F. E. KLEE Kansas City, Mo. Psi Omega W. J. LEE, JR. Independence, Mo. K. C. Junior College Student Council Sec.-Treas. Sophomore Class C. W. MANESS Stella, Mo. William Jewell College Trowel Delta Sigma Delta H. D. HoLMEs Kansas City, Mo. Delta Sigma Delta H. G. KIMES Cameron, Mo. Missouri University Delta Tau Delta J. LANSDEN Granite, Okla. Southwestern College Psi Omega L. R. LYON Newton, Kan. Wichita University Pi Alpha Pi M. MARKS Valley Falls, Kan. Kansas University Wicliita University Wasliburn College Xi Psi Phi l0ll ll El V: lvl .i i V W. 4. fi . y, I is 1 E . l 4 1 I ll 'Ll li xl lei in ,f ff ll il? H. 1 4. f. . wi 1 A. an ,qi rm, v K. 1 if mi vi' f. S? 'E 5 All 1 -3. I ...1..f,Ha iv., -YM l',:,l1, .um ,,,....,.. A -... L., .A .Aka-M ,. HW, ,. I 1 W. B. MCADOW Topeka, Kan. Arkansas University Baker University Washburn College Pi Kappa Alpha L. L. MCKINLEY Tucson, Ariz. Arkansas University E. MULLINAX, JR. Delphos, Kan. Kansas University H. S. NIELSEN Ferron, Utah K. C. Junior College L. OKEN Woodside, N. Y. City College of New York William Jewell College Alpha Omega I 52 l 4 A. L. MCINTURFF Kansas City, Mo. Basketball Glee Club Sigma Chi Psi Delta Sigma Delta H. L. MERsER Kansas City, Mo. K. C. junior College H. L. NEVINS Humansville, Mo. Southwest Baptist College Springfield State Teachers College Tennessee University L. L. NIN San juan, Puerto Rico Missouri University Minnesota Universary Sarbonne University Scabbard and Blade Sigma Delta Pi Glee Club Croix Blauche D. I. PATZMAN Kansas City, Mo. Westminster College Delta Sigma Delta l r :' l ' ,..,., -,f' J. I. PERRY Colony, Kan. Kansas University W. M. REAM Warrensburg, Mo. Central Missouri State Teachers College Phi Sigma Epsilon Student Council Delta Sigma Delta S. ROSENFELD Newark, N. 1. I Long Island University Alpha Omega J. E. RUSSELL, B.S. Mariana, Ark. Arkansas State Teachers College B. SENNER A Newark, N. J. Long Island University Alpha Omega .-,..- r - W..- ...,............f K. RAMAGE Kansas City, Mo. K. C. Junior College William Jewell College Tau Nu Tau Vice-Pres. Freshman Class Asst. Editor of Bushwhacker, '35 Editor of Bushwhacker, '34 Delta Sigma Delta J. M. REAVLEY Kansas City, Mo. Pres. of Pre-Dental Class Delta Sigma Delta G. W. RENKEN Houstonia, Mo. Pres. of junior Class Psi Omega W. G. SCOFFIN Detroit, Mich. College of the City of Detroit Northwestern Dental College Psi Omega B. SHERMAN Kansas City, Mo. K. C. junior College Alpha Omega o.5j .i , .. ...,.. ......,-a.,....4.-.-.,,Q-.-...............6,- Sf 4 J a-ps C. A. SQUIRES Bucklin, Kan. Kansas State College Southwestern College Kansas State Teachers College R. D. STUTZNEGGER Salt Lake City, Utah L. D. S. College Utah University W. J. TRIPLETT Salina, Kan. Kansas Weslyan College R. M. WHITE Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson junior College Xi Psi Phi R. C. WRIGHT Kansas City, Mo. Wentworth Military Academy Delta Phi Omega Psi Omega A l54l C. M. STUTZNEGGER Salt Lake City, Utah L. D. S. College Utah University Y. TSUDA Honolulu, T. H. William Jewell College W. A. WATKINS Dodge City, Kan. Kansas State College New Mexico University Pi Kappa Alpha Xi Psi Phi ROY E. WILSON, A.A. Grant City, Mo. Missouri Weslyan College Missouri University Kansas University Creighton University L. P. ZASLOW Brooklyn, N. Y. New York University Kansas University I l i I I i l I l I l l JLJNICDRS Well, Juniors, another year has passed by and we are slowly but surely reaching our goal. Wfith one more year ahead of us fwe hopej after which our degree will be bestowed upon us and we will leave, going in different directions and striving to carry on the high standards of our chosen profession. The public is always interested in standards regardless of what subject is at hand, and every group of individuals, work- ing along certain lines, has before it the banner of progress leading toward the highest standard of efficiency. The past three years have revealed to us the deep mysteries of the dental profession. We have learnd, under the intelligent supervision of our faculty, the necessary steps and procedures that are essential in the practice of modern dentistry. Some of us have progressed rapidly in the infirmary due to the art of making personal contacts with prospective patients, and there are a few of us who are a little deficient in our practical work. We realize that the present day financial situation has decreased dental practice all over the country, so let us not become discouraged because we are not up with the requirements. We will have our opportunity next year at a better advantage than the past year. Each and every one of us knows and has confidence in himself, that his knowledge of dentistry so far is on an even par with the next man, and that a chance is all that 'is needed to bring out one's ability provided that he has the reserve resources. We have that chance right now before us, so let us take advantage of it and show ourselves and our faculty that we will be the best senior class in the history of the school. So, Juniors, in passing the fourth mile post of our association with each other, and the many friends and acquaintances we have made, let's hesitate and take heed to this POCII1 Z He has not served who gathers gold, He has not served whose life is told In selfish battles he has won, Or deeds of skill that he has doneg But he has served who now and then Has helped along his fellowmen. W. A. WATKINS Loul l ,..-.,.. ,,, .r .-.f..s,......-V .-.LM -.-....-.-.. ....,...............J......-..,.-.,........z,-- - - FGUIQ YEARS IN DENTAL CGI. Four years have slowly passed away Yeh, four years just to a day, Four years of worry, more or less But not so bad I do confess. It's been a grind, day in, day out, Continually wondering what it's all about From eight to five, six days a week, Enough to make one's whole frame reek. When pre-dents we were full of hopes, Four years, they said, you'll learn the ropes. We didn't mind, we'd see it thru And probably conquer an honor or two. Our freshman year we wracked our brain To learn it all seemed most in vain. The Doctors kept us on the jump And many times we were up a stump. Somehow though that year passed, We weren't Freshmen any more, at last That gave us a feeling of some concern, The profession, again we vowed, we'd learn. We entered as Sophomores with a bang, LEGE' Naturally, we'd learned some professional slang, And we were determined to sail right thru And show "youse guys" a thing or two. Two months passed, things went fairly nice, We'd only been "caught up" once or twice. Another month, what do you think, We were all just Sophomores of common rank. At semester exams we were all rather "glib,', Loaded for bear with a great big crib. But imagine, if you can, our surprise At six Doctors as "cops" and "all eyes." Somehow we managed to write a line But our chances didn't seem worth a dime. When grades came out and stopped our grief We'd passed everything, what a relief. Second semester passed rather soon, Cramming away, morning, nite, and noon. Exams weren't badg made everything O.'K. The term was out-boy, what a day. Our junior year began with a "proph" Seemed like we'd never do enough. We'd clean and scale and work away And pray for a denture just any ole day. And to think, we've one year to go- One year of grief, worry and woe. I sometimes wonder after all this mess If we really deserve a D.D.S. J. L. IRBY-'35 f55l 1 x v J 2 f .'--- :xiii .w fifiifgxg .f'-- XE Nm X X 'Nm KK WA X ' W 'ZUH' I P 5 i 1 a Y i E I .5 ,...,., ...........i.,-f 1....., ,,.,-.......-,-- ,4--i 'N U x , xf f If f xjx! I ,L-1 SOPHOMORES ... , 1 A K . , , ,,,..-... ....l - -..,-.bcQru......-2.53.-.1n.:....g.-. .,- V .1 sopuowxoars Top Row: Kuzel, Gale, Weaver, Henning, Graham, Yasler. Third Row: Cole, Miura, Lebowitz, Sanders, Martin, Hadley. Serond Row: Leslie, Knight, Redfield, Trigg, Varns, Lopez. Firft Row: Volker, Caldwell, Kerr, Closson, Wilson, Alexander. Top Row: Burke, Langston, Wyche, Rauch. Second Row: Hunter, Summers, Callan, Meinershagen, Russell, Mensch Fir!! Row: Cash, Wilkerson, Donnelly, Schlicht, Rose, Parker. lFv8l SCDPHCDMCDRES The beginning of the school year, 1933-34, found the greater part of the Freshman Class of last year having returned to resume their studies and to work toward that coveted goal-the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. The Sophomore Class may be likened to an athlete, and each year of study and work, to a hurdle. The athlete has cleared the first two hurdles and is coming up to the third one. Will he clear it, or will he fail? The Sophomore Class has cleared the first two hurdles and will clear the third one, for it is composed of individuals who are determined and diligent. After this year we hope to be able to view with pride the completion of the most difficult year in the college. It is also our first year in the infirmary. We are learning the routine of infirmary work and also how to handle patients, both from a standpoint of operative procedure and the ability to inspire confidence. We have learned to cooperate with our classmates. We have learned to be proud of our institution and our profession, and last but not least, we have learned to look forward and not backward. S I D. E. KERR l59l , - - , - ....4-f-.4-:4..4.L,..-:V..+a..- H A ..... -.. ....4.....1.l...-..Q....,..........f...,... "There comes a point in dentistry when the chair no longer seems terrible, just as there comes a time in life when one accepts the facts of death. There is the same astringent quality in dentistry as in death. Even the noise is the same-a small, whining, round noise. It is a shame that the body should adjust itself to any disciplined and controlled persecution, yet it does, pain becomes at last its own anesthesia, and the very ruthlessness of a whirling drill sets up a sweet insensibility. The event becomes universal, one sees oneself not as the individual. victim of disaster but as the personification of general disaster- meets it as one would meet death, in a posture of clumsy, misshapen resigna- tion, slumped down, mouth open in a grimace. In the only dental tragedy we ever heard of, it was not the patient who gave up, but the dentist. He stood it as long as he could, then jumped out of the windowf' NEW YORKER-5!24f34. l60l ,,.......-1. --- ..........,.1.4.-....-..,......,.........5..,,.,......... . ..,-J-c -- X X! , f ,Z X X 4 XX, X FRESHMEN 17-1' 111. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1, 1 1 1 11 "1 11 11 1 1 511111 .1111 11 ,. f . M111 1 11 121111311 " 1 1 1111 1 , 11 11111111 111 ' 1 11111111 1 1111 11 11111111 11 111 1 11111 1-111 1111 1 1111- 1 1 1111111 111111111 111111111 11 1 5 111 1 1 111111 11111 111111 1 1-1 11 1111 1 1 11 11191 1 1 ' 11'1'1 1 111111 1 1 11 111 1 11 111111 1 111311. . 1111111 - 11 g1"j1 E 1 111111 1 111211111 11,1111 111111111 111131 1 111111111 1111111111 11111111111 1 5-1'1I.',1 1 111111' 1 1 11 '11111 Q 11 1 1 11 X11 1 1 1 11 111 11 1 11 H1111 1 1' 1 1 ' 1118 1 1 1 , 1 1 11 1 l H 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 H 1 1 1n"""'-'-N-----M '1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ,.. . .... ...-1,11A.. . ,, .......,...1 , ..., ...-,...,.......4..,-.-.-.Q-.1-.Q ......,-.....1 U -.,,,......,, ...W ..... ... ..., ..-- , , ... - . , , - , , ,. ..-., FRESHMEN Top Row: Shacklett, Bartlett, Bell, Killough, Anderson. Third Row: Stark, Lewis, Clark, Milstein, Nemeroff, Jacobs. Second Row: Savage, Burner, Maienschein, Glasberg, Kaplan, Carlson. Fifi! Row: Corey, Schantz, Ficca, Tate, Brown, Clond, Alexander. Enthusiasm seems to be the predominating feature of the Freshman Class. As a whole, they seem to realize the seriousness and responsibility of the profession which they have chosen. Our work has been interesting and we have had enough to keep everyone on the alert most of the time. The Freshman. Class is represented in all of the school activities, having members in the Glee Club, Student Council, and the various fraternities. They also hold their own in the arguments and friendly fights which take place about the school. We started this year learning the primary fundamentals of dentistry which is the first step toward reaching our degree. With the enthusiasm and spirit with which the class works, there is no doubt but what there will be great dentists in the future who were members of the 1935-34 Freshman Class. All in all, we think we have been wise in choosing dentistry as our profession, and know we will reach the top if the same working spirit is carried on through the re- maining school years. ' O. B. TATE tml . 4 ,A - ,Q .... . . - ,vu....-J..a.:..u:....-..a... . .1 - ... ..-M W..- .-- - ,......,- ,....,--, ,,x..........-, .,........-....-.4--. -.-Q---1--f PRE-DEINITS Top Row: Tabata, Thompson, Garton, Francke. r- . fe T -Q Second Row: Supple, Clark, 'Short,jSorrels.e A ' .- Fimt Row: Sample, Hester, Smithers, Wallace, Black. Fellows! Glance for a few moments over these brief lines concerning the Pre-dent. He was a lowly, lanky, lackadaisical, lamentable sort of fellow when heblew in the early part of last September. The Pre-dent was soon reminded of these factsby the lofty upperclassmen who delight in setting him off in all his newness, in all his green- ness and in all his awkwardness. But little does the Pre-dent mind. His is the glory of just entering the college and forthe first time in his life he is witnessing college life as a participating observer. ' 'r " ' ' f ' The beginning of his college career is lost in the past, the end is yet to be visioned in the future. There is only work-lessons, profs, assignments, term papers, interviews -work. Does it worry the Pre-dent? Not at all, for hetakes' things as they come. The glamour of college life still exists for him, and he lives to get the biggestkick out of everything that happens. . And so, with his new title of "Freshman," the Pre-dent welcomes vacationp Perhaps the summer offers an opportunity to work at the anticipated professionofthe future or perhaps the summer may hold in store the required training at school, and for' some there is a period of three months loafing ahead. ' This has been our first year in college life. It has been our chance to make it a year to be proud of or a year to regret. We have survived the struggle for existence here and have the privilege of returning to complete our five years of college work. ' ROBERT C. SAMPLE ll -Qgw Y A 2 S egg-.g---...- gAr,.,..-..L...,r?u ,r,-.g-.., .... .... ,.,..,,...rr,,... ,,,W,.,,, - - ..s..........--1 turning the logs will make cx dull fire burn, So changes of study a dull brain." LONGFELLOW-Driit Wood CRGANIZATI ONS . . ny s. " if-..,.a..-.-,.,..: i-'U , , 4,.-L.-,..,,..,,..-,..-..-.....- 1'T71 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 111 1 1 1 1 I j 1 1 1, 11 1 1 T 1 f' 1 1 1' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 11 1 1111 1 1, -17,1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11,11 1111 11-1 1 1131111 1- 1111111 1 11111 1 11 171 ,1- 11 111111 11-111111 1111 111 11111111 1 L11 111 1111111 11 11111111 f 1111 11111111 1 1 1' W111111! 3111111 1 11 11 ' 1 11 1111 1111111111 11 111111 . 111111111 1 11 11121111 1 1 11111111 1 g111!1111111 . 1 1 1-1 1 111I111:511' 111111111 1 1111111 11 11111 11111 1111 11, 1 1 1 1111111111 1 1 1111111111 11 1 1 11111111111 1 11'111111111 111 ,. 1 11111 111 11 1 11,11 111: 11 1 1111111 1 11 ,111 ,,1 1 1111111 1 111 1 ,1,1 11 11 I 1-,11 11 ,,1,1 1, 1111111121111 1 11111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1,111:'111 1 11 1111111 '1 1611111 1 11111111 11 111 111111 1. 111111 1 ' 121 1,1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 111 1 11 1 1121 1 11 111 1 11 1 1' 1 11 1 1 1 1 111 1 1' 1 11 1 .1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 11 11 1g 1 31 11 1. -X--,. 11 1 -1.--..., 11 1 ' 1. 1 11 11 1 11 1 11 1 1, 1 1 1 1, 11 11 1 OMICROIXI KAPPA UPSILON KANSAS CITY WESTERN-DENTAL COLLEGE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY -L9 f Honorary Dental Fraternity RHO CHAPTER Organized November 4, 1928 OFFICERS DR. R. RINEHART - - - - - Prefidefzt DR. E. M. HALL - - Vice-Prefident DR. R. W. EDWARDS - - Secretfzfy-T1'e.1rzz1'er Each year at graduation time, twelve per cent of the outgoing class is eligible to membership in Omicron Kappa Upsilon, national honorary dental fraternity. The eligibility of receiving this award concerns all phases of the educational program as presented by the college. This includes the individual's character, quality of practice in the infirmary, Satisfactory completion of all requirements, together with a scholastic record of maintaining a general average of at least 90 per cent through the entire course of study. Among others who are eligible to this honor are faculty members who have been teaching two years or more and members of the alumni who have rendered out- standing and recognized services to humanity and to the profession. lG7l 1 . . 4 14-.......u.au..:.-1--.a.-. , - -1 - v . ,,,.....,,,.......f1-,... - ..-......,. .q...--,-X....-.......... .--4--A-------1 DELTA SIGMA DELTA Founded at the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, in 1882 Nu Chapter installed March 15, 1898 32 Subordinate Chapters Colon-Turquoise and Garnet 61 Auxiliary Chapters Publication-Desmos 6 Foreign Chapters 1933-34 . G. W. McCoLLUM L. G. MCCONNELL K. RAMAGE - - K. RAMAGE - J. M. REAVLEY - D. B. LENKERD L. R. MESIGH - C. H. BURGESS, JR. R. W. FRIES - DR. LOIIISAM. JAMES, G. W. McCollum L. G. McConnell L. R. Mesigh D. B. Lenkerd M. V. Hodge B. R. Miller R. T. Moore C. S. Matthews R. O. Beauchamp C. H. Burgess, Jr. G. S. Cornwell A. E. Fulton J. L. Irby C. W. Maness Fl 0we1'4-Red Carnation .'. I .V 'Q I " Fi' E -' I 1. 2 XX' X. OFFICERS - Grand Matter - - - UV01ftlay Mdfter - Scribe - - Treafurer - H irtoriem - - - - Senior Page - - Jzmi01'Page - - Tyler - - - Immediate Part Grand Marfer - - 1934-35 - K. RAMAGE S. T. WILSON - E. D. RAUCH J. M. REAVLEY D. I. PATZMAN MEINERSHAGEN - R. O. BEAUCHAMP - - - J. L. IRBY G. W. McCoLLUM JR. - Deputy Supreme Gnmd Marter - DR. LOUIS M. JAMES, JR. CHAPTER ROLL A. L. Mclnturff D. I. Patzman K. Ramage W. M. Ream J. M. Reavley A D. K. Bishop B. I. Brown D. A. Closson J. Cole, Jr. C. B. Hadley J. A. Langston, Jr. R. R. Lopez G. K. Meinershagen G. E. Mensch, Jr. E. D. Rauch C. G. Russell W. E. Sanders F. W. Summers J. R. Trigg R. E. Wilson S. T. Wilson J. D. Burner A. O. Corey G. W. Jacobs E. S. Lewis, Jr. E. H. Maienschein H. A. Savage O. B. Tate MRS. ADA E. HARDY, Home Mother .. L- ---11-1 Y,-.,-..Y..S.. C a, V. .xwn Y l68l I ---..... ,+.,.1.-L, --. -:..,.,..-1.--,.f,.....f-g..,...-Q,...,-v.,..-M--r-fve---4-'-f.p.--1-rr+-.-4111.1-'-1--Y '- ,"c"-- -- -"'-""' ' ' DELTA SIGMA DELTA al Q. if A, . if i 1' 5. f , Ulf : ,j Y , i ' a t T 1 l 4 , E iw l I r , f gl ll Q Top Row: Hodge, Lenkerd, Matthews, McCollum, McConnell, Mesigh, Miller, Moore, Burgess. it Fourllv Row: Cornwell, Holmes, Irby, Maness, Mclnturff, Patzman, Ramage, Ream, Reavley. Tfaird Row: Fulton, Beauchamp, Brown, Bishop, Sanders, Mensch, Lopez, Wilson, Maienschein. Second Row: Lewis, Cole, Langston, Trigg, Hadley, Summers, Rauch, Wilson. il. 1 f ' 1 Fir!! Row: Jacobs, Closson, Burner, Savage, Moore, Corey, Russel, Tate. .r lf H1sToRY or NU CHAPTER Fl fg ll i l Il Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Delta was installed ll March 15, 1898. ll la, Q ly Delta Sigma Delta was the first dental fraternity to have a chapter in the Kansas City school. It was about this time that the Western Dental College was founded and soon after the founding of the new school another chapter of Delta Sigma Delta was installed there. Upon gl Q the merging of the two schools the two chapters merged y to form what is now Nu Chapter. 132 MOTHER HARDY I l 69 l -............ .: -. .,.....-,.,.....--cl.......,,,.....--.4.,,,.....,.-..-4--.. XI PSI Pl-II Founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1889 Chi Chapter installed February 11, 1908 32 Active Chapters Flower-American Beauty Rose Publication-Xi Psi Phi Quarterly A Colors-Lavender and Cream 1933-54 B. B. HAMILTON - - M. D. PEARCE - M. H. THORNBURGH E. F. CAVIN - J. B. CALDWELL - W. J. ROSE - - C.. H. WEAVER - W. A. BURKE - R. H. X7ANN - DR. L. E. CARR - Active! N. Arnold J. Brown J. F. Burket W. A. Burke W. K. Callan A. N. Carr J. B. Caldwell E. F. Cavin F. C. Gard M. P. Franz B. B. Hamilton W. R. Kendall B. Olness G. A. Ormiston M. D. Pearce e ' ' ,Wi :1 r . -Q .. . . ui ,- :Y 11 fi . . r f fn- ,ew OFFICERS Prericlent Vice-Prefirlent Secretary Trenfnrer - Chief H ernlrl - Sentinel - Guard - Erliror Ren. Monitor - DepnlySnpre1nePreJiclent - 1934-55 . J. B. CALDWELL. - W. A. WATKINS W. A. BURKE - W. J. ROSE F. E. PARKER J. J. BROWN G. E. LESLIE - W. K. CALLAN . R. H. VANN - DR. L. E. CARR CHAPTER ROLL G. Ratcliff W. A. Reitz W. Rose J. W. Scherzinger J. H. Spece J. Stagernan M. F. Sullivan M. H. Thornburgh B. W. Vincent W. A. Watkins S. F. Webster Q J. M. Williams L. E. Tennis D. T. McKee F. C. Carothers G. E. Leslie U. R. Peters W. B. Simms F. L. Rookstool F. E. Parker R. H. Vann Pledges L. R. Shantz G. Ogilvie N. Volker F. Henning D. J. Killebrew P. K. Ahrens G. M. Hill C. Childs R. M. White G. C. Knight H. Donnelly MRS. C. E. MCCURDY, Home Mother T701 XI PSI PI-II Top Rauf: Callan, Burke, Parker, Allen, Arnold, Donnelly, Vann, Killebrew. Fifth Row: Schantz, Rose, Ogilvie, Henning, Knight, Caldwell, Leslie, Sullivan. Fourth Row: Tennis, Vincent, Webster, Williams, Ahrens, Bennett, Burket, Cavin. Third Row: Hill, Fowler, Marks, White, Thornburgh, Gard, Watkins, Brown, Carothers. Second Row: Carr, Franz, Kendall, Hamilton, Jones, McKee, Olness, Ormiston, Pearce. Fin! Row: Peters, Reitz, Ratcliff, Rookstool, Scherzinger, Simms, Spece, Stageman, Weaver. CHI CHAPTER HISTORY Chi Chapter was installed at the Western Dental College on February 11, 1908. Dr. H. B. Pinney of Chicago, Illinois, being the installing officer. With the union of the two schools, Kansas City College and Western Dental College, Chi Chapter became Chi Chapter of the Kansas City-Western Dental College. MOTHER MCCURDY 1:11 2 - . . ,,., ,.. , ,,.4- ,.1l....--,..-..b4a.fu...-.-:4...a.-:,.':...-..a.... ... . - .1 . ...,. ,- . .,-....,.. -...... ... ..,....- ,,l....---L.,.,..,..-L -- - - PSI OMEGA Founded at The Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Baltimore, Maryland 1892 Phi Rho Chapter is the united Delta Rho and Delta Phi Chapters of 1920 Publication--The Frater Colors-Blue and White C. N. ,HALL - . E. HUNTER . E. KERR - C. J. ALEXANDER J. LANSDEN - C. E. MARTIN G. M. DEA.N H. BELL - J D NW. C. D. WATKINS R. C. WRIGHT XV. G. SCOFFIN F. E. KLEE - Flower-White Rose I fr . ' . 'tg pr .QQ L . . . e . . ,ral K V Q , ' 17:3 'Q i . J 41 ff 217 ' 1 'M ,. .fr . if rx .. . if, A 7 'Qin f +23 W 'Z .: rf 4? 1 Tit? if J 1, :Q A. f Q OFFICERS I DR. J. W. RICHMOND - C. Alexander W. H. Bell V. S. Childs G. M. Dean C. N. Hall L. F.'Holle N. W. Callahan H. H. Dukes CHAPTER ROLL Actiuef J. E. Hunter D. E. Kerr F. E. Klee L. H. Locker J. Lansden C. E. Martin Pledge! E. W. Ficca S. C. Howe N. N. Mead Z! Grand Matter nior Grand Matter - - Secretary - Treafurer - - Editor Chief Inguiritor - - H iftorian I nfide Guardian Outride Guardian - - Chaplain - - Senator Chief I nterro gator De puty Councilor M. H. Morrow G. W. Renken W. G. Scoffin C. D. Watkins R. C. Wright W. J. Newton V. A. Stark W. M. Thomas l72l 'to form the present Phi Rho Chapter. PSI CDMEGA r i I 2 1 1 s l I x . 1 Top Row: Martin, Howe, Newton, Stark, Hudson, Hunter. Third Row: Dukes, Kerr, Dean, Holle, Locker, Morrow. Second Row: Watkins, Alexander, Klee, Bell, Callahan, Childs. Fin! Row: Hall, Renken, Lansden, Vlfright, Scofhn, Ficca, Mead. PHI RHO CHAPTER HISTORY In 1910, Delta Rho Chapter was installed in the Kansas City Dental College and in 1912 the Delta Phi Chapter was installed in the Western Dental College. Following the merger of the two Colleges in 1919, these two active chapters of Psi Omega united l I l l ii lx .9 1, rl i l .yi fl ll li .if ,ll Yzl li, 8' 1 if '13 4 E' V . 1, ,. ,.,.,,NMh!,g .4 l fl l 1 5 I 1 1' .1., 57' 'ir :f V - - ,. kwa..-4a..4k:,a:..-..a...., .... - .1 W...-V..- ..- --f- - Y --. ..,,.... ,,.1.-..-. - ' - ........-2,-.,. a 1934-35 ALP!-IA CDMEGA Founded in Maryland in 1907 Alpha Iota Chapter Installed in December, 1931 34 Active Chapters Pzzblimliorr-The Alpha Omega 15 Alumni Chapters Colon-Gold and Black Flower-Black Eyed Susan ' 1' rs , ...ai L. Oken -, I OFFICERS 1933-54 A. D. FRIEDMAN Chancellor - W. SIEGELBAUM Vice-Chancellor S. M. FASBINDER Scribe S. RDSENFELD Qrmefzor B. SHERMAN - - Hifzforiarr W. H.,LEBOWI'fZ - Mawr - DR. L. A. BLENDER Pmetor . . . CHAPTER ROLL M. W. Alexander S. M. Fasbinder A. D. Friedman J. Glasberg - - A. O. Kaplan J., Milstein 4 W. H. Lebowitz S. ROSENFELD B. SHERMAN - B. SENNER W. H. LEBOWITZ I - L. OKEN . L. OKEN DR. L. A. BLENDER S. Rosenfeld B. Senner B. Sherman W. Siegelbaum S. Winchelbaum M. Yasler il 1 I i I n i i I l74l gap 2 s I 1 I 1 i I ALPHA CDMEGA Top Row: Senner, Fasbinder, Siegelbaum, Rosenfeld. Second Row: Friedman, Oken, Alexander, Sherman. Fin! Row: Yasler, Lebowitz, Milstein, Kaplan. ALPHA IQTA CHAPTER Alpha Iota Chapter of the Kansas City-Western Dental College was installed the afternoon of April 10, 1932, at the Hotel President. Drs. Grasby and Rosen of St. Louis being the installing officers. The Alpha Omega Fraternity is realizing national strength with increasing rapidity. At present there are 34 active undergraduates and 19 alumni chapters distributed throughout the United States and Canada. l75l . - ,. . e ... ... ,... ..4L.vu..1-L-.aa-.:,aL....:.... ...W .1 ...v--.., V-- . , .--.,...... .4 -.,4..-.--.,..i..14+-i.-,.,j.-dg, TROWEI. Cabletow Fraternity, 1916 - - - Founded - - - Trowel Fraternity, 1920 a Merger of Cabletow and Trowel Fraternities, 1925 R 17 Active Chapters Colon-Maroon and White Flower-Narcissus 3 Y I ,. . f Q, V445 4 liz? X 1 I A if ls ""'l 1,9 1 xl X 41 v Af 1 its-J. 'swim'- 0 1. yn? 1. 4, 1 i if D OFFICERS M. DALE PEARCE - - - ROBERT L. CLARK - RUSSELL C. COOLEDGE - V MEMBERS Dr. Leonard E. Carr Dr. F. M. Calmes M. D. Pearce R. L. Clark R. C. Cooledge C. W. Maness M. P. Franz L. D. Coggins Dr. George Hillias Dr. Roy james Rinehart Dr. Wayne W. White - ' Senior Mafier junior Maurer Secremffy-Tffezzfmeff Dr. Dayton D. Campbell Dr. Lynval E. Davidson - Dr. F. W. Huntington Dr.. Stephen M. Fahringer Dr. Chastain G. Porter Dr. H. H. Gillispie In April, 1916, at the Kansas City Dental College, there was formed an organization known as the Cabletow Fraternity, with the purpose of gaining the benefits of Masonic brotherhood and association. The Fraternity's growth was phenomenal in membership, addition of chapters, .and interest developed. In trying to expand our work it was necessary to merge with some other organization of like nature, so, after careful consideration a merger was effected, in 1925, with the Trowel Fraternity, thus creating a strong national organization. From the year 1925 to the present time the chapter has had the usual "ups and downs" of Fraternities. TheChapter was dormant a few years, but enjoyed large membership and varied activities up to the present writing. l76l we., , W - -...,...,-.f-... --...,.... Y -. v.'-..........f- Y---1, -.----- -'W f- - ---'W' ' ' ' ' """"" ""' . , . .. , . . .,,...v.,....-..,,, ...,,.,,.....-- -M-,..,- . Q - ' - - , . I ..,.,....-.-..... ,-,...........1 ,-t..-,,..-.......-- -371 K4 X- K KZ' , Xf fl f ., I Much ado there was, God wot: He would love, and she would not. NICHOLAS BRETON-Phillida and Corydon ACTIVITIES - ,.. , ,. .4.4,fu.,-42.u.-:,::..-..s..-....-- -1 ,..., . ... , ......-.c-o-- FT I A , 1 ,N 'H 1 I N N! A N L 4 W mlm H H H? ui! Ml auf iw ,QM M iq nl VI w lu ., ,l , wi. !s YV 5 i B 4, ,, H 'N U w ig 1, W M yu M 1 1 R 1 r :ii M P E0 c. S' '-4 li gf Q -Qi 1 X046- XCE Q 3 H Z jy 'idbfa EDA Y TK YXQAQ S fb N4 0' Pfam fzhgg 4 6fve,? fc -23566 f 0 5 ffffi-O mf O N6 'ov 9 'Xsoszx 6 A L 4, gf ff0 mfw G ff www QL 1 -L-,,-.- ' P 'fx -, ii: ,ff 1 V 1 if I I r 3 - 5 E Q l - P ,..N FL, u ll. , .lg 'L Back Row: Corey, Nemeroff, Thornburgh, Tennis. Franz Row: Simms, Patzman, Leslie, Hadley, Knight. f . i GLEE li 2 li This year marks the ninth year of the K. C.-W. D. C. Glee Club, and another suc- cessful year. The club has accepted more engagements this year than ever before and much to our disappointment we've been able to accept only half that were offered. L f For our success we are indebted to our able director, Dr. L. E. Davidson, Miss L V, Q Wanda Corti, accompanist, and Reuben Berkowitz, business manager. Our accomplishments of the year have been very satisfactory. We have appeared if before approximately fifty thousand people and have broadcast over Kansas City's L larger broadcasting stations. Again the club won the cup in the state-wide contest for 1 male choruses of the Federation of Music Clubs of Missouri. Q B. HADLEY, Secretary 1 E S il U l ll 14 e l L l "N L1 il i 'l il li E l li l l 1 ,4 , l 1. 15 ix W lil X' xl. EN 1 2 ill X if Anil xl!! ,Elil sl A y X w DR. L. E. DAVIDSON MISS WANDA CORTI Di1'6t'l07' Affgmpgnjjf X i, ,iiQfT"Lff1f il s- 53 ,uri i .airy 1: -.-s-H--w-.-a-,-- 4. 0 , it lirmifgofc' mer ' A 1801 ' LI i lil' s, 1 ,- 'I v ' ' , .. 1 .1 , . , ing ., i Q ,-.. .-.,, ,...s ,.....,....v mp +- Bafk Row: Nin, Varns, Browning, Savage, Donnelly. From Roux' Berkowitz, Williams, Spece, Burner, Wfeaver. CLUB L- L- NIN R. BERKOWITZ 50102.11 BH,fj7Z6.I'.l' .Md7Zdg?1' M. THORNBURGH QUARTET ' Prefia'enz ...-...W ,:. ,.,.,.....-,..... - Thornburgh, Simms, Hadley, Williams l31l , . . ,, .4..cv.m...-42,53-5,-::. ,,...... -..,. THE 1 9 3 4 BUSHWHACKER K. RAMA GE W. H. BELL The Bushwhacker of 1934 attempts to be a memorial to the Kansas City-Western Dental College, as a manifestation of our regard and esteem for the school and its accomplishments. In outline, the Bushwhacker of 1934 has somewhat closely adhered to the Bush- whackers of previous years, the present staff feeling that the previous books could be but little improved upon. And if we have been as successful as our predecessors, we will feel that our labors have not been entirely in vain. ' STAFF KENNETH RAMAGE ---- - - - Editor WALTER H. BELL - - - Burinerr Manager RUssELL C. CooLEDGE - - Adverziring Mamzgef- DR. R. J. RINEHART - - Facility Advifor RUSSELL COOLEDGE l 1 4-7 - --- www-N-2 f- -- v -f--v :Eff-. ,--L ,..,f...,, E - M..- ...,,.......,.,-............-.-.,v-,... ..i.-+A -n.,,..u-nfvwg-f,,r.,.C...,A,.w..-?,..-,--N,-'1..-, ...-...-....-.....,...,-T,-,.--,-,-...,,..w1-n- l N y 1 .gy--v . .,.-., ... ,-N, fm. - . -. .a-..f n-9-..--v --V-v-a---frm -i-v -'f"""" T " ' ' ' """"' ' a F V V M N Y-,,,.......- ..,, , -vs-.---.. -v--- -:..-..-TA., . wg. v -- - a ' ' - .- , --..-..--,..-.,.........w.-r:.1:.- ' - J 7, The Faculty Advisor, Dr. Rinehart, has been very A patient and generous in all phases of the building and construction of this Bushwhacker. Had it not been for his timely advice and guidance the staff would have experienced many more difiiculties. DR. R. J. RINEHART In looking forward to a year-book of their own construction, the Assistant Editor and Business Manager, as well as the Faculty Advisor and Advertising Manager, have a very bright future. In aiding the staff of this year, these men have proved beyond any shadow of doubt their capability of producing an outstanding annual in 1935. ASSISTANTS C. ALEXANDER ------ Arfiffafzt Editor S. T. WILSON - - Arrirtant Barinerf Manager MINFORD LOVETT - Arriftant Adveftiring Manager DR. R. J. RINEHART - - - - Faculty Adairor c. J. ALEXANDER s. T. WILSON M1NFoRD LovETT l33l , , ,,,,c,..v J..m..-1,-1:....-.:a..-. ... . . . . ,.,4n-.s....,,.......-c:..,...- -" ,L,- - .-,.... . ...........-.-.f,.-.+..4,.......-- INTER- FRA- TERNITY DANCE Steuben Club Given by Delta Sigma Delta ALL A SCHOOL DANCE Bellerive Hotel 8 PSI OMEGA DANCE The Garret '- -wawfng J .1-ff qyxv v4-4.""'n , , ,.1..........f. ,-..,.,...... 3 l W fun KW! P 1 I 5 W fl, ' , K 11' ! Xi FEATURES , - --m....--u,,:u.- ,:...:...-4. ,j..cf,- TI-IE HORSES' ASSEMBLY - Well, folks, it looks as though we have quite a number of noble stallions and geldings, in the corral on the opposite page. Unfortunately, we have been obliged to leave out the physiognomies of two of the members of the team, but we just couldn't bring our- selves around to destroying the pulchritude and artistic symmetry of this section by imposing the features of these two gargoyles upon the student body at large. His Majesty, The King Horse, has been neglected long enough, and it seems high time that he is given his just dues. He has rendered himself irritating to the college for quite a while now, and it seems that it is only a reiteration of poetic justice to award him the Imperial Purple. During the interregnum, he has certainly made himself more than a pretender to the crown, by his various political tergiversations and by his general attitude around the school. The rest of the team is sufficiently well known to pass by without comment here. Now, if you didn't make the team, think nothing of it. Maybe you pulled your stuff in a more or less private place. If the horses shown opposite suit the student body, we must heartily concur, and commend the common herd on their intelligence. Now, you H. A.'s, don't you feel badly about this elected honor, because it is a sure sign that you are not so insignificant that people do not know you. You all know why we are not on there this year-ballots alone cut short all our hopes. That is the tragedy-with all our ambitions, too! The H. A. Team is our only claim for glory. ELECTION RETURNS . Amen. Berkowitz ..... 147 Rosenbloom . . . 29 Beckley . . . .159 Patzman . . , , , 22 Ogilvie . . . .110 Oken .... ,,, , 19 Reavley . . . . 47 Watkins QC. , , , , 18 Wright . .. . 45 Dean .... , , , , 17 Ramage ........... . . . 40 Friedman ..... , , , , 11 Anderson HJ . . . . . . 34 Matthews . , , 3 Siegelbaum ...... . . . 31 n,,..f,...:., -..,, -,-.vm-,-...a.........,,..,..,..... .j.-...-,.. .,, .W ,,-, . ,. 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JOSEPH, Mmoum I' 5 ,1 Eif211mcth E2zma,gfe , , f State Zlaafpiialfor Qfzzztgzal g.wmi1Qn'cS', f1Q?0fi'A!-IV Mm 65125 W2 5' 5' 155,235 my H581 .- ,., -,- -,-....- --4---1.-W,--:-L: W- - The T Pattison-McGrath Company HOME TRUST BLDG. 1117 Walnut Kansas City, Missouri Dental Equipment Dental Supplies and XfRay Machines RUSSELL C. COOLEDGE WM. ZIMMERMAN College Representatives I l A-A ,, . , .. ... . ...,.. - - ,-v.- ,,.........1:5--.:--+--- ----' ' WISE CHUICE Select 'Yom' Dental Dealer FIRST T Be sure his real interest is in your success, rather than in the sale of equipment. Be sure he is familiar with business and dental conditions through- out his territory. Be sure he is competent to help you locate to your best advantage, and to assist you in getting started properly. Hettinger's have equipped a majority of the offices in their terri- tories, and their experience, skill, and genuine desire to serve you are at your command. fi? H E l'll'lI ER E ROS. MINFQRD LOVETT College Representative E901 42'- '- - . v------'z-fi' af Ritter Mod "'B"x-R ,100 1 safe. Unusjal flexibilfll' at ag angle. 2 Ritter Model "D" Unit. Finger- tip control of ALL operating eg- sentials and instruments. Shown here with Dualite and Fan. 3 Ritter Four Cluster Light. Pro- - vides the closest approximation of daylight available by artificial means. 4 Ritter Motor Chair . . . saves time, conserves energy, pro- motes efficiency. Assures com- plete comfort and relaxation to every patient. 5 Ritter Model "A" Sterilizer . . a completely automatic lnstru- ment and dressing sterilizer. JM.. RITTER EQUIPPED 05516. Ritter Ritter Tri-Dent Model "B" Sterilizer Ritter Ritter Foot-Pump Chair Model "C" Sterilizer 'k Equipment included in this price: Ritter Foot-Pump Chair, Ritter No. 11 Tri-Dent, Ritter Model "B" Sterilizer, Ritter 4-Cluster Operating Light Cwall typej. Ritter Standard enamel or Duco Finish for 110 volt current, available at this price. ,.,....- . -.... ,,,,,.........v-f,.-...-,,A...--.,...-.-.Y4-- FOR AS LITTLE AS S1076'o0t HE finest dental offices in the world are within the grasp of every dental graduate. Ritter equipment, recognizedby the entire dental profession as the most modern equipment manufactured, may be purchased for a modest down payment-and the balance paid over a period of three years, if desired. - Think what this means toyou-the possession of convenient, modern equipment which will increase your operating efficiency and create patientaconfidence at the very beginning of your career ll Forget the false economy of cheaper or second-hand equipment. lnstall new up-to-date, completely modern Ritter equipment throughout your professional offices. lt's the most profitable step you can take. Plan to visit your nearest Ritter dealer soon. Have him explain how a small initial investment can completely equip your office with new,imodern Ritter equipment. You will be surprised to learn how economically you can start out right with Ritter! RITTER DENTAL MFG. CO., Inc. amen PARK Rocussrsn, N. Y. i911 1 - -.,. - ... ee.i-n..,...f,x..a:4.- L..1:...-.ih..-. ... - ' - ...,,.....,,,,.,....-.-f,.-,.- , . THINGS WE CQULD NOT KEEP OUT The juniors are wondering how long Bob Clark's nickels will hold out. He says a coin keeps many a kid quiet. We still wonder if Marg. thinks she's a "beauty queen"? It has been said by many students-"We wish that the enrollment boundry was as far east as the Appalachian mountains, and no further." A Now the Psi O's have their budding poet to be proud of, if they really want to be proud of him. Mud is The mixture of ' Dirt and water on earth "Glug" is The sound that , Your feet make in it. But I Don't like mud. There is some pretty fair poetry for you. Is it true that Dr. Porter fwhen a studentj carried a plaster bowl to the dispensary to get pumice for his first Prophylaxis? It doesn't take four years at Dental College to find out that a girl in an auto is worth two in a street car. Dave Watkins is really that way about a sweet young thing named Florine-up in the home town. What is the attraction Sam has for the Hygienists, especially one who calls him "Goon"? The boys say Carlos Alexander should be the World Champion Dancer-he spends so much time at the Beetle. A suggestion-that the regular Bridge Classes at the Delta Sig lodge be turned into co-educational affairs. Bzzlletin: "Blondy" Bell, the business manager, has been spoken of as the most vivacious blond in the school.-Haroooooo! Then there are those dental students who sign other students' names on hotel registers. It has been known for some time that joe Reavley is one of the smartest men in school -he willingly answers any and all questions, on any subject. Good ole McCollum pointed his nose into the ether during the Christmas holidays -and got welded. Happy landings. . Ask Mclnturff what he said when the drug store clerk asked, "Shall I wrap it up for you"? ' Min Lovett, on the 9th of December, 1933, found out that a rooster wasn't necessary in the barnyard for hens to lay eggs. There are three Zips who have a patented arrangement for sleeping three in a bed- with their clothes on. ' The Bushwhacker Staff has been accused of everything, from going to church to bribery and embezzlement. Where does McConnell go every Saturday night? Maybe "Bigee" knows. g 'M ff'-'-'ee'--1' N-41 f--- --fa-A '--'---A-x--S'---A--lit- ,-.-f W ml .X-A-v-nm-f.-fx .1-'J-B -.q.,..+...,.a ffm. wa..u...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,.,,,,.,,, g,, ,....,, ....a , . -4-A I T92 1 TW"""N++-fx... F OFFICE PLANNING S E FI VIC E M fa Every dentist contemplating the plan- ning of a new office or the renovation of an old office is invited to use the expert counsel and service of our Office Plan- ning Department, contact with which can be made through dental dealers who sell S. S. White Equipment, or direct. TU -,..,,q- , ,ffff . 1 NXQAX .fix To DAY O you who are about to enter into the actual practice of dentistry, the problems of locating, planning, and equip- ping an office cannot seem other than momentous. They are big problems, yet, years hence you will look back upon this period with its perplexities as the most inter- esting and fascinating of your whole career. Approach the purchase of your equipment especially in the light that it is an investment, an investment that will bring return in ratio to the soundness of its quality and completeness for modern dental practice. To the searching eye S. S. White Dental Equipment makes a strong appeal. The soundness and permanency of its value are suggested by its completeness, the conven- ience of its appointments, its simplicity, the sturdiness of its construction even to parts ordinarily unseen, the com- fort obviously afforded to both operator and patient, and the "build-up" feature of the unit. Entirely free of ornate adornment, the S. S. White Unit and Chair will be in good taste today and tomorrow, and to patients they will ever be a comforting assurance of com- petent, dependable service. S. S. White Equipment can be purchased on liberal terms. PTHE S. S. WHITE DENTAL MFG. CO., 211 SOUTH 12th STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA - .,.........--f,.,-- .,...,..,. ..:- :...,......- ..,..,.. ,..11.......- - 4 E933 , .,,,,, - ,, .4..4..:-n....re ....r...L...:.....-....-..-. -.- .... , ,,.., 4.fb-v.-...,,.,....- UPIPIULIJ G and Antiseptic Uses, 0 The Dental Profess1on has for more than a score of years grven SODIPHENE the hrghest recoOn1t1on and recommendatron In general' practrce and exodontra SODIPHENE serves as a safe and valuable ant1sept1c soothmg heal- rng as well as germ1c1dal Manu actured and Dzstrzbuted by THE SGDIPHENE C0 KANSAS CITY MISSOURI IE THERE IS A QUESTIO IN YOUR MI D . I"I l As you are about to embark as to the krnd of tooth powder and tooth brush you wrll use 1n your pract1ce A Cons1der Pycope Compare 1ts qual1t1es wrth others See for yourself what IS best We extend our congratulat1ons to the Class of 34 and ew wrsh you much success G' o F S' INC JOPLIN Mo Y r94 ' for all Hygienic ' f - ...W - .T" Y. Amazing! This Briefly Sums Up the Overwhelming Demand For TWENTIETH CENTURY IMPROVED Which Advances Amalgam Woric to the Highest Plane oi Perfection WHY T. C. IMPROVED EXCELS: l g 1 High Silver Content-69'Zv 2 Highest Crushing Strength- 58,000 Lbs. Per Square Inch The highest of any alloy. A.D.A. minimum requirements-35,000 lbs. 3 No Initial Contraction Begins-to expand as it starts to set, and at no instant does it contract. Not a "shrinker." 4 High Expansion Average-6 to 8 Microns regardless of age when tested. It is therefore constant-dependable. lt markedly resists the effects of over or under manipulation, and is adapt- able to any technic. A.D.A. require- ments: Not to exceed 10 microns. CA micron is one twenty-five thou- sandths of an inch.j 5 Slight Flow-15W to 270 A.D.A. limit is 527. Flow means shortening of length under pressure in a given time. An alloy which has excessive How should never be used in dentistry. 6 Purest Alloy Made ii The only alloy composed of super- pure metals electrolytically refined. No other manufacturer can or dare use the new Caulk exclusive method of manufacture. 7 Has Silver-Like Brilliance lt more closely approaches in ap- pearance pure silver 1000 line than any other alloy. Makes an amalgam which takes and retains a high polish, and assures a beautiful mirror-like finish, 8 Absolutely Age-Proof Will not change with time because it is scientifically annealed-a Caulk achievement. Uknnealing is placing crystals of the metals in a definite analo- and permanent relationship gous to the crystal relationship in hardened steel.J 9 Quick Affinity with Mercury because of the absolute purity of its component metals. 10 Saves Time- Carve Immediately or any time up to 15 minutes. 11 It Is a Caulk Product C THE L. CAULK COMPANY MILFORD, DEL TORONTO, CAN TOKYO JAPAN Mut the Schools Suffer 0 If Senate bills 7, 8 and 9 become laws, privately owned water, gas and electric plants in Missouri, now paying over .fix million dollars cl year in School, County, City and State taxes may become Tax-Free Municipally owned plants and six million dollars per year will be lost to Schools and Government, or taxes will be raised to cover this. 9 Guard against higher taxes or poorer schools by supporting candidates for public offices who are known to be opposed to such measures. Kansas Cit Power SL Light Co. Baltimore at 14th Street N01'th Kansas CRY, MiSS0Ufl Country Club Plaza Overland Park, Kansas 1951 .. .-...,....-..::a.-Lan...-.a..... ... , . ........4.1 --- - - l .-g5......1.........,:..-a...,..-......-cg.----- - L . ............,-.........nv , ,... -,.........2-.,,.....-,-Q.-...Q - X, X. 1 1 Q! 1 1 Hi 12 U i NX w xii? Y? H H 'A l E n Ek 1: 1. w YRS U vw' A X f 96 5 w L n i 1 v HARVARD CABINET MODEL No. 500 Price Mahogany, Black Finish or Any Color WSTANDAIID EQUIPMENT99 l 'X "Designed to meet all Dental requirements THE NEW IMPROVED STANDARD PEERLESS HARVARD CHAIR During the forty years of building Standard Dental Chairs Harvard has always been foremost in meeting the needs of the profession and Harvard leadership has again been demonstrated in the further development of various new features designed to make the new Peerless of still grater value. Price Mahogany Black or Any Color Duco Finish Chromium Plated Eastern Zone Western Zone 15275.00 3305 00 Duco Finish ' Eastern Zone 15165.00 55185.00 we . , s,1 i't' " ff' Add for Western Zone. . . . . . . . . . ' Western Zone 3 5 Model No. 500 fiiw w 'sr' 2 r-r'. A112 gf HARVARD STANDARD EFFICIENCY zqz ,,1:,,,:..:,,::: .:,,,,,.:,.:: 'p.V l The beauty of design and complete harmony of the Unit with the distinctive hand- H i ' 5 rubbed satin-like finish gives an impression Z, of character and dignity that is sure to Eastern Zone Mahogany black or any color duco chromium plate. 3350.00- 3 Adapter arm for cluster light .....,............. add 10.00 Mouth Examination and Trans-illuminating lamp lii with transformer ......................... ..add 25.00 Harvard Air Cut-Off ...... f .................... add 9.00 Hot Air Syringe ......... ............. a dd 28.50 30.00 ,I H in Vriv : pl V.. 2 " : A p Send for New Catalogue Free lf AU' o 1 1 'ti lr rw? 1 1 5? L , E if ,. - f ig 4 it f? fi W are -W axfaaa sw.. r gp MW' 'Q 'M v f ' A 4 at i 1 V! L E 1 , 1 EIIIIQICI the HPPIICCIHIIOI1 of YOUI' PSIICUIS. 1 G, PQ.. 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M Us n f .,. . ,.s-Naw.:, W as Q in Refiners and Smelters Manufacturers of Dental Gold - KRAUSE GQLD REFI ERY - 928 Main Street-Box 948 Kansas City, Missouri i931 1,-,,.--L..-"f' V ,,. - ,J-,.-,...........,..-- -,.......,..V..........,..........- , T"- 00RE srunlos Official Photographer for the 1934 Bushwhacker 214 EAST 11TH ST KANSAS CITY, MO. MA 4531 . ,, , , , :,,m....m.,a44.-Q.,:.,.....a:....... - V -2 U , 4 .,,, ,, , -f.-- .... ,.-....-. . ......,.,-...1A........... F1001 - ..:..n. K 1 mu.,-me-if -'swf-wanna ,.,... -.,.... ,...,.-.......---c,......i,, -A-...------k - 38 YEARS This Company has had an unbroken record of EXCELLENCE in the field of Life Insurance for Thirty-Eight years. KANSAS CITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. CSX X SAN-I-TI QQ? TOOTH BRUSH wi' THE TOOTH BRUSH THAT REALLY CLEANS THE TEETH SAN-I-TI TOOTH BRUSH CO. A PONDCREEK, OKLA. I APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT YOU HAVE GIVEN THE SAN-I-TI TOOTH BRUSH-M. GALE RADOFF AND SURE SHINE 9 The most convenient and best finishing S and polishing outfit for all prosthetic work: Metals, Vulcanite, Condensite or Celluloid Ark your dealer DINNERS - 20c and 25c CHICKEN DINNERS, SUN DAYS - 30c N R A ' M"""f"C'md by 1002 TRoosT AVE. AURORA DENTAL KANSAS CITY, Mo. SPECIALTIES COMPANY AURORA, ILLINOIS QUALITY-SERVICE-LOW PRICE 51011 . A Y l, - , L. - -..,.-Ibm.-EJ:....1.:a.-, ... . , . . . , ., .... , - ,,,,...........4:,-.,..---f--- - . ......,-.-..,-.4-. M v-v-'iff'-,efvwlsvw 4159!-1641-ww-Y if-:af-s-ia-6 ip' Tug.. 'fr-:c:s-f-arr:,Tn8'-r:,::lxx:uurv.::J!ir:.Tf 1, .,-,aar1:fta'v-a'eg32z-.-,,-3a?:1vW iiv-sv.. v-aigziezy v W- THINGS WE JUST COULD NOT KEEP OUT It was heard, from a reliable source, that a certain Zip is home hunting-with his favorite squaw in tow. The current mystery at the Delta Sig barn is "where did the hairpin come from that was found in the room of the 'Bug Man, ?" Recently announced: The "man who does all the porcelain work" at K. C. W. D. has been appointed to the American School for Crockery Workers.-Congrats! Don. The material on these pages is printed by request only. - "Ark," Anderson really lives up to his B. S. degree. Upon request we'll tell who it is that disappears from a party and returns with a large live white goose I-What a night. A There is a gent at the Zip barn who rides in cabs and pays for it days later.4How do you do it? - After a summer's rest and astrenuous diet, Connie Burgess returns to school-still to large for his clothes. Many. many, many students have asked, "Why doesn't a man as smart as Berkowitz get wise to himself ?-everyone else is." Who are the Filthy Five ?-We know what they do, but who are they? Due to lack of space we cannot go into the details of the famous bilaterial extraction of u er third molars b Sta eman, but the o eration was well worth seein and the PP t Y 8 P D . .8 operator and assistants should be congratulated on their efficiency. ' Do you remember the Mouse Race in Dr. Moore's Lab? The "Leavenworth Flash" pulled away from the "Kosher Kid" on the home stretch. And Berk really thought Wat was racing a "doped" mouse. fPa-paa, how do you dope mices?j Orchids to the person responsible for the C. W. A. Student Relief Fund. It's greatly appreciated by those on its roll at K. C. W. D. C. Scallions to those whose mouths are bigger than their brains. A true type of junior wit: ' The Snow, The Snow, The Beautiful Snow, I love to play in the mud. It's truly a shame that poor "littering joe" is such a sick man. Sixty men in a Prosthetic Lab, ' Yo, ho, ho-and one set of dies. Scallions to the klucks who think the Bushwhacker bought the business managers new suit. Orchids to the Dean for promoting the new floor coverings and lecture chairs. The Editor says, "Nuts," to the dozens who ask, "When will the Bushwhacker be out?" "' ' ' ' ?f 'Wg' -' - av-.swag'..1-ezemfm-aww-: . Q.m..aa.,.fxq.-tang.-,sg-w.wv:v-.vm.V-.f..s..vr. 1.1.-,.1.,a,.l-gag, -4 T10"l 4 'I'-gavtg,-v" '---V ,-. , COLLINS E99 MOOKLER Dental Technicians 418 Pr f s al Building, Kansas City, Mo. VI 9446 Competing With the Best A high class, dependable service to the profession. Specializing in Cast Removables, Cast Gold Bases, and a com lete Denture Service. A ' ' ' p ny technic, and material desired. Co-operation and consultation on any of your mechanical problems. 1 Super Finish Covers for Schools and Colleges OHARNO BINDERY COMPANY 716 Delaware St. ------ Vlctor 9674 DUNLAP LAUNDRY Best Laundry Service Possible 28 Years' Service COVERS FOR THE 1934 BUSHWHACKER BY BEOKTOLD OOMPANY r ST. LOUIS, MO. Your cover is ez free example of ez Jerzmliomzl new procerr created by Becktold 1031 U . .,A, -,,,-LN.,,-,,,,,,,,...,,.'-,:..-......-.,.Y... a 4... w ,...a.-.-..,.,. ...,...,........-4,,.-......,,,.-........-.----1 4.-.r f 104 1 --x. -....,......-..-, .... -t-., ,,..,,..,--.......,, 1-...V...-... - ..--W.,-.,. ......,..,...., , ,....... ,,..,, ,, ,,..,, PRESCRIPTION DEPT SOD GCLUNCEEQN DEPT T g Z' WT- f ' -f .EEC E 2 . 1 TV ydf yy EM V Mm in fm H r! T ' M -, fi KW T T I a i ' YOUR PATRONAGE -' Y , -' N! E E 'WI - nwcok N E con QW ' 23 6cBen1oq IO 6011 oost If cl' .g 1 f f1Mf If 9 up EJB? NJN ff P3 WW WWF V' ,, , .. Asllgx L ii T 'ffl TH" QTf51E'E' Tug -, - f1rSl4i QM 'vA, T f. Z H E WHERE THE T TN STUDENTS MEET I - ' ' " T T I MKANHNNT f xxw' f ff? T TT? ff f l H1 24 -T WV 1, Qlg my wndy V' ,, 1" AW 1101121 1 -- ' 'ff j 1 ' " R 'i , . , 4 J , . . M N LET A ICLES an SUNDRIES' MAGAZINES N-DENTAL 6:MBDICALBOO ' . :fx 1' 1 - 1 li" ' A 'FOI !, 31 1. 1. T , u t 4 Y 1 fm-U E-my -1neenurefm'::mfn'f'f1,sE'rzceo:wirsfrxmnzfwrf m-1-:'vnvrvn:-v-r--ajsaa., ::l'::'1nrl.f-pvwr1r.:.:w--uszi.i1.F:5:mntu:,,,i 1 'T-::xf-.gar-:r.:,l,.Y:g:,n-uQrg-if..1T- , --,.,,-ff" V , ,, ,-- 'T ....-..,.--. I , W 5 ,. F , . , ., - -.. - ,...--...4-f:..,.Lg.,..fET.,::4.-1.-::.,..-..xi-..-, . . ..,.... -- ,,.........-. --H ,..., J . :,...,.-........4.....-4Q....4...-......-......,....-u--f-H g f Q! - E IN APPRECIATION OF f . LABORATORY DEBRIS Scallions to those who stick their noses into other people's business-when not wanted. We'd give orchids to the instructors who miss a lecture now and then. The fellow who awakened McCollum fand his wifej at 3:00 a. m. the other morn- ing saying, "This is the Water Dept.-we're going to cut your water off," had better not let himself be known. It,s easy to get a verdict of "justifiable homicide." A bunch of orchids to the Advertising Manager-an unsung hero of the first magni- tude. A bouquet of onion sprouts to the "friends"'who borrow instruments and equipment and never return it. Heckle, heckle. , More scallions to the ignorant ones who expectorate on the floors of the halls and rooms-also in "The Trenchmouth Grill." ' XX7ho will carry on the "incense feud" after Don is gone? Orchids to the drug store and its low prices on large lunches and sundries. fOh, H- yesfj We wonder what a change in doctors would do to poor ole "Gran'pap" Curran's eye- sight? Several members of the Faculty Uplacedl' in the H. A. election-but their names and pictures were censored by the election judges. 11 QUIZ COURSE Prortlaelicf Question: What is the difference between a shade and a hue? :Answer: A shade is something that you pull down before you undress at night. A hue is someone who won't eatiham. Root Canal Question: What is Gutta Percha? Answer: The insides of a Sun Fish. ' Materia Medica , Question: What would you do if a lady came in and said her small son had just swallowed a bullet? Answer: Give him a dose of Castor Oil. put his cap on and take him outside, but. don't point him at anyone. Comparative Anatomy Question: What is a gizzard? 1 Answer: A terrible snowstorm. I I I fa1:'iJp1'z1de7zce I Question: Suppose a man laid a set of dentures beside his bed at night, when he got up they bit his foot-whose fault is it? ' Answer: Which foot was it, left or right? ' MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Flunkers: Do you think we deserved absolute zero? j Doc Hall: No, but that was the lowest I could give you. i. ,.q,.,Ll W A i106j i f i 1 l l l v l 1 l MODERN-BEAUTIF UL This is the finest line in our his- tory, modern, convenient and beau- tiful--yet reasonably priced. We can furnish you a fine qual- ity, high grade outfit including Unit, Engine, Light, Chair, Cabinet and X-ray for approximately 31,500 See any authorized Weber dealer for detailed prices and terms. Write us for free catalog. WEBER DENTAL EQUIPMENT The illustration shows our Nu-Dent Unit, Model D-2. We will be glad to send you a beautiful catalog illustrating our com- plete line with practical suggestions for outfits. 5 THE WEBER DENTAL MFG. CO. CANTON. OHIO Since 1897, makers of the World's finest Dental Cuspidors FAMOUS LAST WORDS Dr. Sawyer: Heh, heh, eheh. Dr. Hall: Get movin', you yellow bellied neophytes. McConnell: Well, what are you hung on? Francis Mcllrathz Giggle, giggle. Dr. Koritschoner: Did I esk you? Dr. Davidson: And my story for today is about- Swifty Hall: "Huh?" Ramage: Yeh, in a pig's- Dr. Moore: I don't care what you do. Dr. Stewart: It's not a crime to swear: it may be a sin but it's not a crime: now Q25-jk--8:-Wy-you guys be quiet over there. Mrs. D. E. Hannah: Oh! You know. Dr. Hill: That's obvious, quite obvious. D. K. Bishop: f J. Dr. V. Brown: Tell them you'll set the teeth upside down and make them out of purple rubber, but you can't wear the it S Q Q85 things for them. l f107j , . -- -, f ' .., ..i.a. -........,..m...,.ia....ga..-.....,,.,..,,...,,, , , , V ,..., ,.....,.......- , . ....,,...,,............-a.....,.,........,.....-..-- .. i-.,-...........-......-- . W PORTER S PROFESSIONAL GARMENT I COMPANY 319 WEST NINTH STREET KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI "Garments hat Fit Add S To 'Yowr Peisonalityv TAILORED PROFESSIONAL WEAR I for . PHYSICIANS DENTISTS and ASSISTANTS Ufgown of distinction is an impoiffanf awe! WE INVITE COMPARISON HA 6929 I P1081 F1215 i A . HUP? '--- U5 V ,A iff l ff! ff. fy , .-f I '-ggsig-w3-fQu5J.-,m5,,,5'r??7-v-A--3?v--f3-3-'?r,9v-fv-ff-qggn'--fvf-qv-qw':yn - --fr" -' f-1' -- -V , 1 w v , --n 1 fwza f109l . V J, .. -H n Hzigll. 3'Yi Y,,,,,,,g,5,,,,,A..,w1-.......:..., 1 4 . , , . , ,,.. Y- , . 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