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

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F - '- VA- . iq -s YOUR IMPORTANCE IN OUR NATIONAL WELFARE Page I4 Students in Dentistry are always important to the welfare of our country. Now, with our Nation at war, they are indispensable to our national security and welfare. Already more than I2,000 dentists are serving as Dental officers in our Army and Navy of four and a half million men. If this enlisted personnel, as predicted, increases in l943 to seven and a half million, it may be that another 7,000 dentists will be called into service. This year there are 8,878 dental students in 'the United States and virtually all of them hold Reserve Commis- sions as Sec-ond Lieutenants in the Medical Administrative Corps, or as Ensigns in the Navy. The combined dental schools are graduating I,946 seniors this year and all of them will go into the Army, Navy and Public Health Service, or will become internes in hospitals and clinics. These statistics emphasize the tremendous responsibility of dental stu- dents everywhere. As students of one of the outstanding schools of Dentistry in the country, you have special obligations and special opportunities. The older dentists of the nation have generously assumed responsibility for looking after the civilian population and workers in war industry. To you has been assigned the task of protecting the health of our fighting forces. In this task, I know you will reflect honor upon yourselves, your University, and your country. Our best wishes go with you wherever you are, For whatever problems you face, we want you to remember that the University is your Alma Mater and that you will always find her deeply interested and concerned in your wel- fare. We want you to keep in touch with Her in the years ahead. Clarence R. Decker, President The University of Kansas City. Presic w- -' 4 gb, -L , 1 ,F , L, ,,,,,,.... ..q.-'.,,.....----- -N,-4-9--f - Y. .H ,I-aff! , ,... ..,, ,,,, , V' Ying- I fig..-i1 Y: J V ...Le?:f,Y, 5,9573'?EQivBfrI'-ff-'l""'1-r:1:--'fjf7-kr"1--g?f':r'!1'7":'rQgF' ff' - ' ' ' xfx-If ,ILS - I V, . V L , , . A V ,A,Y .. v .. , , --- .-- - - -Y ---- --- ,---- --f -.--Y fy---5 - f V DR. NORMAN A. MOORE, AB., D.D.S. REGISTRAR Professor of Physiology Dr. Moore, as registrar, comes in contact with the students as they enroll and his guid- ance continues throughout the following school years as they become members of his various classes. We know him to be a tireless worker, and an excellent teacher who is always willing to help or advise, ever ready to offer constructive criticism, and ever fair to the student. Page l6 DR. RALPH W. EDWARDS, B.S., D.D.S. Professor of Oral Surgery and Director of the Clinical Staff As director of the clinic, Dr. Edwards is the director of the clinical staff which decides the standards of clinical prac- tice, grading, and the requirements to be ful- filled by the students. Dr. Edwards' sound judgment, strong per- sonality, and tactfulness demand the respect of the students and faculty alike. Dr. Edwards is a nationally known teacher, clinician and writer in the field of dentistry. ' 4 V" mnmn-9r'n?Hezwn-I - H" "' , A -um '- ,,,, ,,- ,x..1...a......-Q1--f0m.--..,-- .. -- N' - ' ' R ' ' Ein' . f- '- .- ..-L..-1.- S. r of inic, ztaff rac- ful- per- Ject ards and . ....f'g1, DR. CARL W. SAWYER, DDS. ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR or THE cLiNic FLOOR Associate Professor of Operative Dentistry, and Dental Anatomy As Associate Director of the Clinic, Dr. Saw- yer does not offer sanguine hopes to the dawd- ler but labors long with all who show a spirit of cooperation. We are all closely associated with Dr. Sawyer throughout the years that we are here and all respect and appreciate his friendly help and serious interest in our advancement. LCDWRY CLINIC Dr. Howard S. Lowry was a prominent dantist in Kansas City and in his will he pro- vided that a certain amount of his estate should be placed in trust to provide dental service for indigent children. ln l93O, Dr. Rinehart, the dean of our school, appealed to the trustees Of the estate and the Kansas City District Dental Society to allow the proceeds from this fund to be paid to the Kansas City-Western Dental College to assist in maintaining the free 'clinic for indigent Children of the Kansas City Public Schools. The clinic was established in l9l9. Since l93O the free clinic has been calleclnthe Lowry Clinic, In previous years an intern was assigned for a period of -one year, butlfor the past two years the Lowry Clinic has been directed by the clinical instructors assisted by two student appointees selected from the senior class. Page l7 ,Q-..-.ips-...n4. -W - ' 1... ..,. .'Q,:..1g4' sf?-Gia: - l2a.,.15.e2.as.i..a :WL-v.-.:, -nz.. ..-,1- .f,,..,.,..,,-, ..,--,1 - -...N-., ...W , , .. . 4 .. . , , .., ..,,.,.,:,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,..,.,,..,,,,,.,........4.5,,,,...... .,,,5,,,,,.....,..,.,....a7a,.-..,...:,.....!.:,..l:.f,M, U 7 ..-. v.,,.?,:.: - - ..-Y Y . ,,..., , W -,.-,... ,, 3 1 --M . fv-.. -.,. ,, . , ' . . .., H... .,.,,..,,,,,,,, nut, , Y --A Q.,-K.-r.-4... .11 .K . -. .... .. L- ,N Mu - 1 4.., ,.-.Q.Y...,,.::,,,.,q-Ls' A -an f - .- J -4.4 ,667 - ff f 1 5 - av f 3- I A , K i I' K f X ,r V ,K . W, ' W - M' S- X x Q I, , 55, ,. vi ax .ff ' -Q4ki 4 M, ?Ax Q , . ,xr ., "N ' Q ' si ' mf. 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"I, f- -' A, , . 1' ' ' Mm, ,zz vm. ,u ., . . .- .ww .4.:A..1.f.,:e .1117--..12,,.,1..5.,,:,pan:.M,,l:,..f.,i.13f.....f..-..-.g.4u.q.....i...:.A:5,u.1..5gu.5gg4g4u:.gq,many-anww.,ag.mumg,:-,g----,,.1L4vm-g-umn.-.a-m-..---oi'L-1-,vu-w-gg-3-rn-ug-as-if H j,......-wx..--an-.1,,, , 4. --:--- - KW , -.--M.-.--1-ff ,... -5, ...an r 1-v1sr.fa-s-fvws--14---v I vi ., ... .P N--.:-...,-.7119-4. H?1! 'A'T-T:-'it ' . y ,A, i 2 fi fi ,- -- ALLEN ALLSHOUSE I ALTRINGER BARNHARDT ' BOWER BROWN COG CALMES CAMPBELL CARR I I I H. WILSON ALLEN, D.D.S. 1 i Visiting Lecturer in Anesthesia 1 F. M. CALMES, B.S., D.D.S., M.D.Sc. 2 Associate Professor of Operative Dentistry HARRY ALLSHOUSE, JR., D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Orthodontics DAYTON DUNBAR CAMPBELL, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry A. N. ALTRINCER, D.D.S. Associate in Anatomy I I LEONARD E, cARR, ops. Instructor in Crown and Bridge if:Leave of Absence, United States Armed Forces Page 22 CHIMIENTI CLAYTON CLOSSON DU C. C. BARNHARDT, D. D. S. Assistant in Operative Dentistry JOHN F. CHIMIENTI, B.S., D.D.S.? Asssitant in Operative Dentistry RICHARD L. BOWER, D.D.S., M.D. Lecturer in Medicine JOHN M. CLAYTON, D.D.S. Lecturer in Pedodontia JOHN V. BROWN, D.D.S. Lecturer in Prosthetic Dentistry DONALD A. CLOSSON, D.D.S. Lecturer in Orthodontics COOSWELL CONOVER DAVIDSON DENCEL DILLON DUKES DUNCAN EDWARDS EISENBRANDT ELLIOTT ELLIS ENGEL WILTON W. COOSWELL, D.D.S. Visiting Lecturer in Oral Surgery OTI-IO DUNCAN, D.D.S. Associate in Prosthetic Dentistry E. V. CONOVER, D.D.S. Instructor in Prosthetic Surgery RALPI-l IN. EDWARDS, D.D.S., BSS. Director of the Clinic Professor of Oral Surgery LYNVAL E. DAVIDSON, D.D.S. Assistant Professor in Operative Dentistry LESLIE L. EISENBRANDT, BA., IVIS., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Immunology and Director of Research 'Leave of Absence, United States Armed Forces WALTER DENCEL, D.D.S. Associate in Operative Dentistry B. LANDIS ELLIOTT, BS., MD. Visiting Lecturer in Physiology E. L. DILLON, D.D.S. Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry SAM T. ELLIS, lVI.D. Assistant Instructor in Anatomy I-IOWARD I-I, DUKES, D.D.S.? ,Associate in Operative Dentistry L. P. ENCEL, AB., IVID. Lecturer in Oral Surgery Page 23 -Aliur p 1e1r ff U... frL-u-'- ,.....,. TL .f..,.,.,,,.,.--.--7-,1':su.-"r:g:ee-:1-1-1'-r-s'r-:-'f"'!' F . F EVANS EVERSULL FELKNER FROST GATES OOSSETT HERNI GRUEBBEL HALL B. B. HAMILTON B. O, HAMILTON HAMPTON HAUET-TER LAWRI J. G. EVANS, M.DfIi Lecturer in Anatomy ALLEN O. CRLJEBBEL, D.D.S., M.P.H. Lecturer in Public Health F. H. EVERSULL, D.D.S. Lecturer in Prosthetic Dentistry A J. K. HALL, D.D.S.? Assistant in Operative Dentistry . ROY FELKNER, D.D.S. , Associate in Operative Dentistry B. BATES HAMILTON, D.D.S., M.S.D. Instructor in Anesthesia :Leave of Absence, United States Armed Forces Page 24 RALPH FROST, D.D.S. Associate in Operative Dentistry BUFORD C. HAMILTON, M.D. Lecturer in Obstetrics LESTER M. GATES, D.D.S. Associate in Pedodontia R. J. HAMPTON, JR., D.D.S. Lecturer in Operative Dentistry JOHN E. COSSETT, D.D.S. Associate in Crown and Bridge RALPH T. HAUETTER, D.D.S. Associate in Prosthetic Dentistry HERNDON HILLIAS HOLLYMAN HUNTINGTON KOEHLER KORITSCHONER LAWRENCE MATTHEWS MAIENSCHEIN H. M. McFARLAND H. R. MCFARLAND MOORE FORREST W. HUNTINC-TON, AB., A.M., A. K. HERNDON, D.D.S. Associate in Operative Dentistry ops. M Associate Professor of Chemistry H. M. MCFARLAND, D.D.S. Visiting Lecturer in Oral Surgery KENNETH E. LAWRENCE, DD.S.'k Assistant in Operative Dentistry C. W. HILLIAS, D.D.S. Lecturer in History of Dentistry Assistant Professor of Anatomy CARL MATTHEXNS, D.D.S. H. RICHARD McFARLAND, A.B., CHARLES A. KOEHLER,. B.S., MD. B.S., Associate in Operative Dentistry DDS' n V Lecturer in Hygiene and Exodontia JOHN S. HOLLYMAN, A.B., B.S., DD.Sf' . . ROBERT KORITSCHONER, M.D. Instructor in Crown and Bridge 1 Assistant Professor of C-eneral Pathology E. H. MAIENSCHEIN, D.D.Sfif IVI . Associate in Operative Dentistry NOR AN A' MOORE' AB" DDS' Associate Professor of Physiology 'iiLeave of Absence, United States Armed Forces Page 25 ,gi 1 1, ,..-. Q, aa. r siwuaunnl-'vnu-r up avr ' r ,, -Q-U..----.um--u-.Q-an-.www--H'-"1 W.--..-.--nf---1 -n'4"- ""' ru. 1 1 4 I I I 4 2 I 4 ! 6 i ,MORROW NEFF O'DELL PADCETI' PARKER PORTER SAWY PRATT REEVES F. A. RICHMOND J. W. RICHMOND RINEHART ROBINSON 5 . I i MELVIN H. MORROW, D.D.S. EARL C. PADC-ETT, B.S., M.D. Cl Instructor in Oral Surgery Clinical Professor of Ancology IVAN PRATT, AB., M.S., Ph.D. JOHN W. RICHMOND, D.D.S. J, I Assistant Professor of Anatomy Lecturer in Orthodontics Q FRANK C. NEFF, M.D., Sc.D. HUBERT M. PARKER, A.B., M.A., M.Dfk P! I Lecturer in Diet and Nutrition Lecturer in Pathology h it ALBERT L, REEVES, JR., AB., LLB? ROY JAMES RINEHART, D.D.S. Lecturer in Jurisprudence Dean of the Faculty, Professor of Crown J' , V M and Bridge , CLAUDE W. O'DELL, B.S., D.D.Sf . I Instructor in Oral Pathology y CHASTAIN C. PORTER, DDS. A' X Assistant Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry FRED A. RICHMOND, D.D.S. . visiting Lecturer c. WILSE ROBINSON, JR., AB., M.Dft , Lecturer in Psychobiology .IL . :'iLeave of Absence, United States Armed Forces I Page 26 . , . , , .. .. . .. , , .. , , ., .. ,-...f.i1.:..v.1f. .... ...... . ..1 -,. ,..-,...g.-. -.mn-2..1f..-g...,.,,,,g, MA, ,,,,,.,,- 4 ..... - .--LL.- . ..N ..,,,, ,W H, U.--,wh N Q INA. --:Ii gf,-,, ER SAWYER SCHOLLENBERGER SCOTT SHELDEN SKINNER STEWART SON STOOKEY WALTERS WARNOCK WHITE WOODARD CARL W. SAWYER, D.D.S. l-IOMER lvl, Sl-IELDEN, D.D.S. Associate Professor of Operative Dentistry Visiting Lecturer in Orthodontics J. N. Sl-IALLENBERC-ER, D.D.S. E, SKINNER, Msg, Assistant in Operative Dentistry Visiting Lecturer in Radiology PAUL F- STOOKEY MP- J, c. wARNocK Dos. Clinical professor of lmmunollogy and Visiting Lecturer in Dental Economics Medical Research E. L. STEWART. lVl.D. J' D' SCOTT' P-P-5 Assistant Professor ot Histology and Instructor in Crown and Bridge gacferiology A- L- WALTERS, D-D-5 W. WAYNE Wl-llTE, D.D.S. Visiting Lecturer in Preventive Dentistry, Assistanf professor of Orfhodonfics Diet and Nutrition DON E. WOODARD, D.D.S., lVl.S.D. fiLeave ot Absence, United States Armed Forces VlSl'flFlg Lecturer in Gral Diagnosis Page Z7 K dn A f ,f X X nf a I 4 , 3' f""' 72 , ',,. .- ni- nr? 'Q LT VN" 'W' fl, -5' , ,'. fa Cx 1,16 1 w V X X . W W .Xi rl ff J '1 X fi M fm, V, W f W M W Rx I, M H + MIM X +- , .A " 'ESX 1 , A V-scrgfgiiaebdq . ,-:.2+'9'5"'A'i:- -I .-61-'- -A new-vu-an--u-31 , E.-lf. --'Ei w 1 ..'v1151i!?!.QF6'!?FT7'?"'ff"' E1 -1 E 1551 ' 2 -2 X , I , I gf :X ,A , 5., P 3 391 1 4 is 2 7 Ei' j if iii? f In I :U H I .. W'-.JA-.m I -H--'f-A f: , Amr--f4f1-V ........:141:m1.ca4eg,:I1V.-.4yV.5iz,,1,g5!f,Lg -5,4 : u A-Near!-U3-n-fill' isa: A 1 . Y-, . ff- rg:--Zi5,4112-Elini-Li?-.31'i,.r-fs-1-1-I-1'H ' -1-v Y- f.--,vu-... fm - Sr-' - , ,, -.Nff'- g---.---- -.,.f.-hfQLY,,4.Y...Hx- V , . .arg , Y W Y , W , --7,5--f Ygig ',, q,,.,,......-ugqg-fe"----'--v-n' -1 -f , Y V ,,,.,.,WW-wfwwwf-'ww 12 f - ' - ' 4 .n1'nn.ulwvc4u-v--v1:.t'7::'!5""' v"" , , f 'x ' " - -' '- f-I-m--vs'-fm '-1 - 1' , - - - - , , ,gL,.,u-..1 .LM,,g,,,..-..,,m.u...Q ,-,,,--..,a.-L ww:-x4,.'Nf3-.gq..Q .n..,4.- argl'-LALLQ, .11-UL .,Nf..,-.,.:...,-..........--1-, - Y X - --..,...,-,....,.,-.,v.-,:z:...,.Q -. ' A ,J SENICDR CLASS OFFICERS l J.O REYNOLDS , E.M,BLANKENSHH9 R.hl HAUN President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer f th senior class reach the end of our lt is with anxiety and anticipation that we o e formal education. Circumstances have made our plans for the future as mixed as they are uncertain. . Probably no other class will be as quickly scattered as ours to all parts of the world. lt is fortunate, that ifvit must be, we may see it through first before we build our homes and practices. Dentistry may gain or lose great headway in the minds of our fighting men, who tomorrow will be our patients. lt should be our aim to exercise good care and judgment, and full consideration, if we are to maintain the good will of these men who are our future patients. We shall often look back with sincere thanks and appreciation for those who have offered their advice and constructive criticism in guiding us over an uncertain course in order that we may go forth with confidence and determination, knowing that our training and basic knowledge is sound and that added experience and study will serve as well in our service to others. A. R. Trimble, Jr. Page 38 . - ...M -.. ,--..-ai. .. " ,:,.,g,5.,',ukQ, l EMA' 1!i,'g..i. W- 1 ' - , , ' - r----2-- ----............ .W ,- ,.,,,,m--, K 9 I: NIOR CLASS OFFICE l A. J. MONSEES C. R, RODELANDER K. D. RUDD President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Our Country is at war, and as we complete our Junior year and start as Seniors, we begin to realize the important role we can and must play in this greatest struggle of all times. We know it is our obligation to put our effort into acquiring a store of knowledge so that we will be able to give our utmost service to our country. We are proud and happy to be Seniors and fully realize that we must set a good example for those who follow us. We will help them even as we ourselves have been helped. Very soon, we will be sent to all parts of the world, some of us never to return. Some will become famous, others will get along and still others will fall by the wayside, but all who survive will remember the school days and the many things that make the memories of the first patient and the first days on the clinic floor last forever. We dedicate ourselves to our country and our profession. Kenneth D. Rudd. Page 39 . .,-.,.. Q-.1-.. .N w u-:rpg-1-ra-.s-av.-.-.-1 fu-V?--Q--A.-.-. -wa... ,,-:. ,.,',,,, ,M,,,,,, ,,,,--V' nl soPHoMoRE CLASS oFFicERs i i i l GnE,YANCEY K.VV.rKMAPHREYS A.R.VOELKLE President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer 3. ar has e-nded. We have left behind our cadavers, our dentechs, and our duroforms. lt is with interest and anticipation that we look forward to putting into actual practice those many bits of knowledge accumulated, by earnest endeavor, over the four years of our higher education. The Sophomore ye Since education, like industry, is cutting necessary corners to meet the new high tempo of war, our class has foregone many social activities to keep our molars constantly to the grindstone, finishing six years in five. We welcome this opportunity to achieve our goal in the shortest possible length of time so that we might heed the call of our country. C-ood health is a prime requisite- in the winning strength of a nation and our class is more than eager to do its part in improving health among our people on the home front as well as those on the battle front. Reminiscing over the many gallons of midnight oil burned during the past year, in spite of the rationing, we realize that all has not been in vain. We have learned and the more we learn the closer we come to the realization of the vastness of our chosen field and we gird ourselves for the conquest of oncoming knowledge. The deeper we get into our study of this human health service, the more respect and admiration we have for the profession itself as well as for the men who pioneered it and the men who are now pushing it forward to greater heights. ln a profession as young as ours the frontiersmen and the research workers are often the same. lt is many of these same men who have diligently tried to impart their experienced learned knowledge and to instill their high moral and ethical traditions in our minds and hearts. lf we can uphold the torch of example set by these men, our instructors, we will have done nobly, but, with the help of Cod, we will lift it higher and push it fur- ther toward our ultimate goal, the alleviation of suffering and pain, and a stronger and healthier America. Let us, then, not look back over the short path of trials and tribulations across which we have already journeyed, but rather, let us look to the future and the broad highways of unending miles which lead toward perfection. . A. R. Voelkle, Secretary. Page 40 FRESHMEN CLASS OFFIC ,.... ,. s .1 --........,...-, ,.,-..........,,...i.,,..-.Q-av...-...., , s - . . A - . . , -,. .41-.fp---vw..-1-vupgafq pf-.-v-5.-yp,.,,,..:.. ..:..1.,-V.. -.--.:-...- , .. won, :HU V .. y , W E. H. MABRY R. D. FORDYCE J. W, BARNETT President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer We, the Freshman Class, wish to express our appreciation for being allowed to continue our education in this time of war. lt is with a feeling of real responsibility that we set forth to master the art and science of Dentistry. We are aware of the essential service rendered to our men at war by the dentist and know further of the added service rendered by the well trained professional man. Each of us knows that the Kansas City-Western Dental College faculty represents the best in dental educationg in fact, we knew this when we decided to enroll. We are endeavoring to gain as much cultural and technical training as possible in the next few years, in order that we may never be accused of being delinquent in our responsibili- ties, but remembered as one hundred and two men who gave the world something to make it a better place in which to live. J. W. Barnett, Secretary and Treasurer. Page 4l ERS W l Page 42 UNDERCLASSMEN EDWARD A. ABERNETHY, Freshman, Altus, Okla.- Baptist U., Student Council 42, Xi Psi Phi, Navy. RALPH ALBO, Junior, Pueblo, Colo.--Pueblo Junior College, Psi Omega, Army. ROBERT ALEXANDER, Sophomore, Salida, Colo.- Univ, ot Colo., Class Pres. 4l 3 Army. WM. F. ALEXANDER, Freshman, Wichita, Kans.- Wichita U., Army. MARCUS J. AMOTT, Freshman, Fort Scott, Kans.- Fort Scott Jr. Col., Army. RALPH M. ATCHISON, Sophomore, Leavenworth, Kans.-Kansas State College, Psi Omega, Orthodontic Appointment, Army, ' JAMES K. AVERY, Freshman, Pueblo, Colo.-U. of Colo. and Pueblo Jr. Col., Psi Omega, Army. D. W. AYLSWORTH, Junior, Denver-Colo, Junior College, Xi Psi Phi, Army. LQ J. BADEEN, Junior, McAlester, Okla.-Okla. U., Army. GEORGE H. BAKER, Freshman, Krebs, Okla.-North Texas S. T. C., Psi Omega, Army. LLOYD HENRY BAKER, Freshman, Kansas City, Mo. --Kansas City Jr. Col., U. of K. C., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. DON L. BALE, Junior, Pocatello, Idaho-Idaho South- ern U., Xi Psi Phi, Navy. F. H. BARNES, Sophomore, Grant City, Mo.-Army. S. MAX BARRETT, Junior, Wynnewood, Okla.-U. of Okla., Xi Psi Phi, Army. - BERT BASS, Freshman, El Dorado, Kans.-Kansas U., Army. J. W, BEEBY, Sophomore, Huntsville, Ark.-U. of Ark., Xi Psi Phi, Navy. C. A. BENTLEY, JR., Sophomore, McAlester, Okla.- Okla. A. 6' M., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. S. J. BIAS, Sophomore, Cushing, Okla.--Central State Col., Okla. A. 5 M. UI' HENR' 5Ol"l CC DAYTl Univ. ' CEORC ,.Okl. JACK Kempf C. JA Univ. Navy. CORD K. C. W. E. tist U JAME K. C., H. R. homa DICK State CHAF Wyo.- W. L Col., S, W. D. V State HUCl Utah CLlFl Colo. RAYl U. of CLAK U. of EN Okla.- avy. J Junior Colo.- ians- 4ans.- nworth, iodontic -U. of Junior ala. U., -North ty, Mo. Sigma South- -Army. -U. of isas U., -U. of Dkla.- al State UNDERCLASSMEN HENRY BLANK, Junior, Bridgeport, COnn.-DiCkin- son College, Alpha Omega, Navy, DAYTON BLUME, Sophomore, Kansas City, Mo.- Univ, of Mo., Delta Sigma Delta, Student Rep., Navy. GEORGE FJBOLINGER, JR., Freshman, Cushing, Okla. -Okla, A. C7 M., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. JACK BREIHAN, Freshman, Rock Springs, Wyo.- Kemper Military School, Psi Omega, Army. C, JAY BROWN, JR., Junior, Kansas City, Kans.- Univ. of Kans., Psi Omega, Student Council 40-4l, Navy. . GORDON L. BRUBAKER, Junior, Kansas City, Mo.- K. C. Jr. Col., Orthodontic Appointment, Navy, W, E, BRYANT, Junior, Henryetta, Okla.-Okla. Bap- tist U., Psi Omega, Orthodontic Appointment, Navy. JAMES W, BURCHAM, Junior, Kansas City, Kans.- K. C., Kans., Jr. Col., Army, H. R. BURKERT, Sophomore, Van Buren, Ark.-Okla- homa A, C1 M., Army, DICK CALHOUN, Junior, Lake Mills, Iowa-Iowa State Teachers, Xi Psi Phi, Class Vice-Pres. 40, Navy. CHARLES K. CARSON, JR., Freshman, Cheyenne, Wyo.-U. of Wyoming, Xi Psi Phi, Army. W. L, CARTER, Freshman, Okla. City, Okla.-Union Col., Central State Col., Okla. City U., Ore. State U., S. W. Jr, Coll., Okla AIIM., Navy. D. W. CHEEK, Freshman, Pittsburg, Kans.-Kans. State T. C., Psi Omega, Army. HUGH W, CHRISTENSEN, Junior, Dovvney, ldaho- Utah State, U, ot Utah, Army, CLIFFORD R. CLARKE, Freshman, Berkeley, Calif.- Colo. Col., Delta Sigma Delta. RAYMOND W. CONWAY, Junior, Glendale, Ariz.- U. of Ariz., Xi Psi Phi, Army. Cl-AUDE L. CONWAY, JR., Junior, Glendale, Ariz.- U. of Ariz., Ariz. State, Xi Psi Phi, Army. s -.. ..-aa-- i1...L Page 44 UNDERCLASSMEN LOUIS CORDONIER, Freshman, Troy, Kans.-Kansas U., Navy. HUBERT LOWELL CRAWFORD, Junior, Colorado Springs, Colo.-Colo. Col., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. EUGENE C. DEFFENBAUCH, Junior, Kansas City. Mo, -K. C, Jr, Col., Delta Sigma Delta, Bus. Mgr. "Bush- vvhac:ker" '43, Navy. DALE P. DeVORE, Freshman, Independence, Kans.- Independence Jr. College, Army. HOWARD DEXTER, Sophomore, Winfield, Kans- Kansas U., Army. E. E, DICKSON, Sophomore, Tulsa, Okla.-University of Oklahoma, Army. - R. W. DIMOND, Junior, Lamar, Mo.-S, W. Mo. S. T, C., Stud. Coun. I9-42, Editor "Bushwhacker" I94Z-43, Navy, FRANK DOBRONTE, Junior, Trenton, N. J.--Park Col., Navy. JACK DONATHAN, Junior, Wilburton, Okla.--Okla. U., Army, CRADY S. DONATHAN, JR., Freshman, Wilburton, Okla.-Eastern Oklahoma A. 6' M., Army. WILLIAM HESKIEL DOYLE, Junior, Okla. City, Okla. --Okla. A. G M., Psi Omega, Army. O. J. DURNELL, Freshman, Flemington, Mo.-South- west Mo. State Teachers, Navy. HERBERT ELLIOTT, Sophomore, Keytesville, Mo.- Westminster Col., Psi Omega, Army. LARUS D. ETLINC-, Freshman, Boise City, Okla.- Panhandle A. G M., Navy. BURNETT B, EVANS, Junior, Honey Grove, Texas- East Cent. State Col. lOkla.I , Psi Omega, Stud. Coun. 42, Navy. PHIL, D. FALKENSTIEN, Freshman, Omega, Kans., Scottsbluff Jr. Col., Army. CHESTER R. FAUL, Junior, Harvey, N. D.-Tabor Col. lKans.J , Phillips U. lOkla.I , Army. OTTOIFAUL, Junior, Harvey, N. D.-Tabor College, Phillips University, C-lee Club, Armyg UN FRANK Colo.2 pf ROBERT Kans. U Navy. LLOYD Mo.--5. JOHN I College, RICHAF A. 6 M ALEXAI K. C. Ji A. BUF John Ti E. O. C Mo. Sta EMIL C -Beth C. H. St. Jolr ROBEF tral CC HARR' -K. I R. C. Colleg O. O. Jr. Cc JACK U ' Ps . , ... E. C. GM. QUEIN N. Y Navy. ROBE -Kai EN -Kansas Iolorado , Army. ty. Mo, "Bush- ians.- Cans.- iiversity V. Mo. hacker" .-Park -Okla. lburton, y, Okla. -South- lvlo.-- Okla.- Texas- J. Coun. , Kans., -Tabor College, UNDERCLASSMEN FRANK B. FllVlPLE, Freshman, Pueblo, Colo.-U, ot Colo., Psi Omega, Army, ROBERT D. FORDYCE, Freshman, Oswego, Kans.- Kans. U., Delta Sigma Delta, Student Council 42, Navy. LLOYD W. FRANKENFIELD, Sophomore, Springfield, Mo.-S. W. lvlo. State Teachers, Xi Psi Phi, Army. JOHN FRANZ, Junior, Wichita, Kans.-Wheaton College, Army. RICHARD FRENCH, Junior, Woodward, Okla.-Okla. A. C1 lvl., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. ALEXANDER C-ANDZ, Junior, Kansas City, l'Vlo.- K. C, Jr. Col., Army, A. BURNEY CiARVEY, Freshman, Austin, Texas- John Tarleton Agri. Col., Psi Omega, Army. E, O. GERSTER, Freshman, Kansas City, lvlo.-S, W. lvlo. State Teachers, U. of Ark., Army. EMIL GIANNANCELO, Sophomore, lvlonongahela, Pa. -Bethany College, Army, C. H. GIARDINA, Freshman, New York, N. Y.- St. Johns College, Army. ROBERT D. OlLLOCK, Junior, La Russell, lVlo.-Cen- tral College, Delta Sigma Delta, Navy, HARRY L. GOLDBERG, Sophomore, Kansas City, Mo. -K. U., Army. R. C. CRAUMANN, Junior, Harvey, N. D.-Tabor College, Army. - O. O. CRAY, Freshman, Towanda, Kans.-El Dorado Jr. College, Kansas University, Army. JACK L. GREENE, Sophomore, Wewoka, Okla.--Okla, U., Psi Omega, Pres. Class 42, Navy. E. C. FRITZ, Freshman, Hennessey, Okla.-Okla. A. Cr lvl., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. QUENTIN A. CiUCClONE, Sophomore, Long lslancl, N. Y.-Queens College, Class Sec.-Treas. 4l-42, Navy, ROBERT V, HADERLElN, Freshman, Frontenac, Kans. -Kansas State T. C., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. i l l l l l i 6 2 2 Page 45 UNDERCLASSMEN D. C. HALVORSON, Junior, Milnor, N. D.-N. D. State School ot Science, Psi Omega, Navy. WALTER HASWELL, Freshman, Springfield, Mo.- S, W, Mo. State Teachers College, Northwestern U., Army. CRANT HATFIELD, Junior, Kansas City, Mo.-U. ot Kansas, Army. J. H. HEISER, Sophomore, Atchison, Kans.-Kans. U., St, Benedict's, Navy. JAMES M. HELZBERC, Freshman, Kansas City, Mo. -U. of Mich., Army. WILLIAM R. HERTZLER, Freshman, Newton, Kans. -Kansas U., Delta Sigma Delta, Navy. J, W. B. HILL, Junior-Fort Smith Jr. Col., U. ot Ark., Navy, PAUL M. H-ILL, Junior, Cawker City, Kans.-Fort Hays Kansas State, Xi Psi Phi, Army. M. C. HILLENKAMP, Arribo, Colo., Denver Univ., Army. WILLIAM C. HOPKINS, Freshman, Oklahoma City, Okla.-Central State Col. IOkla.l , Psi Omega, Army. EARL W. HORNISH, Freshman, Kansas City, Mo.- Colo. State Col. of Ed., Army. E. E. HOUSE, JR., Freshman, Cedar City, Utah-Regis Col., Delta Sigma Delta, Army, MAX M. HOWARD, Junior, Wichita, Kans.-Muni- cipal U. of Wichita, Army, V. E. HOWARD, Freshman, Wichita, Kans.-U. of Wichita, Army, JOHN R. HOWELL, Freshman, Ottawa, Kans.-Otta- wa U., Wichita U., K. C. University, Army. K. WAYNE HUMPHREYS, Sophomore, Kansas City, Kans.-Baker U., Psi Omega, Student Rep., Army. WILLIAM P. HUMPHREY, Junior, Denver, Colo.- Colorado College, Delta Sigma Delta, Class President -40-4I , Army, CHARLES NELSON IRVIN, Junior, Cambridge City, Ind.-Ind. U., Butler U., Psi Omega, Army. JUL Emo JOE U. c KEIX U. c MA' Betl VER Kan OLE -S ELIX Saci BED Col TH U. RO U. der STI Mo cil V. Tea PA Jex R. U. W Ce CIE Ph BE Sta Cl- K. - , . CF? ., ..-- - --- - - - -- - -- - ---- - , , .. .. X W - V . . j ,M - - A I -, .v - -, ,-1, , .A NH- ,.., 1. .. -1 - D2qrvmy1puggn1:wnq-:wg7-.n...5g.,-- V:--:in ., .W ..- .. EN fm. D. Mo.- rern U., --U. of ans. U., ty,. Mo. , Kans. , U. ot .-Fort Univ., a City, Army. Mo.-- -Regis -Muni- -U. of -Otta- s City. Army. Iolo.- esident 2 City, UNDERCLASSMEN JULIO E. ICAZA, Freshman, Panama City, Panama- Emory U. ot Ga., Glee Club, JOE F, JACOBS, Junior, Thayer, Mo.-Central Col., U. ot Mo., Army. KENNETH E. JOHNSON, Junior, Boulder, Colo.- U. of Colo., Army. MAYNARD E. JOHNSON, Freshman, Assaria, Kans.- Bethany College, Psi Omega, Navy. VERGIL R. JOHNSON, Sophomore, Tribune, Kans.- Kansas U., Psi Omega, Orthodontic Appoint., Navy. GLENN WILLIS JOHNSTON, Freshman, Seymour, MO. -Southwest State Teachers, Army, ELMER S. KABEI, Sophomore, Honolulu, Hawaii- Sacramento Jr. Col., U. of Southern Calif. BEN KAUFMAN, Freshman, Owosso, Mich.-Albion College, Alpha Omega, Army. THEODORE A. KAUFMAN, Junior, Owosso, Mich.- U. of Michigan, Alpha Omega, Army, ROBERT P. KEIDEL, Junior, Fredericksburg, Texas- U. of Texas, John Tarleton Military, Xi Psi Phi, Stu- dent Council 4O-4I, Navy. STUART D. KELLY, Freshman, North Kansas City, Mo.-Rockhurst College, Psi Omega, Student Coun- cil Rep, 42-43, Army. V, L. KIES, Junior, Jackson, Mo.-Cape Girardeau Teachers, Psi Omega, Navy. PAUL KINCAID, Freshman, Braymer, Mo.-William Jewell College, Army. R. DAN KINCAID, Freshman, La Veta, Colo.--Colo. U., Delta Sigma Delta, Army, WELLINGTON F. KIRBY, Sophomore, Fristoe, Mo.- Central Mo. State Teachers, Navy. GEORGE KIRSCHBAUM, Junior, Phoenix, Ariz.-- Phoenix Jr. Col., Navy, BEN E. KLEIN, Junior, Sedalia, Mo.-Central Mo. State Teachers, Navy. CHARLES KOHLER, JR., Freshman, Moran, Kans.- K. U., Iola Jr. Col., Xi Psi Phi, Army. ' ' " .agL. -'3ea-,.i..--.,.,a .-...,...f..............-.1 i.. '-- ' V. .-.....-..-4-43,--up-no Page 47 ' ' 'W' "1 Page 48 UNDERCLASSMEN H-OWARD B. LEVINE, Sophomore, New York City, N. Y.-N. Y. U., Alpha Omega, Navy. JAMES E. LIC-HTFOOT, Junior, Bolivar, Mo.-South- west Baptist College, Navy. PETER J. LINDEMANN, JR., Junior, Flagstaff, Ariz -Arizona State Teachers, Psi Omega, Student Coun- cil 42-43, Army. J. E. LYONS, II, Sophomore, Higginsville, Mo.-Kem- per Military School, Delta Sigma Delta, Navy. R. J. MACE, Junior, Springfield, Mo.-S. W. Mo. State Teachers, Army. CLAYTON K, MAMMEL, Freshman, Wichita, Kans. -U, ot Wichita, U. of Colo., Army. EDWIN P. MARTIN, Freshrnan, Elgin, Okla.-U. of Oklahoma, Army. BIRT w, MCCLURE, Freshman, Kansas city, Mo.- St. Joseph Jr. Col., Psi Omega, Army. JOHN J. MCCRORY, Freshman, Longview, Texas- Stephen F. Austin Col., Psi Omega, Army. JAMES C. MCCUE, Sophomore, Boston, Mass.-South- western Col., Psi Omega, Editor Bushwhacker 43, Army. BERNARD L. MCDERMOTT, Junior, Kansas City, Mo. -Warrensburg State Teachers, Xi Psi Phi, Navy. LOTUS HALE MCCEE, Junior, Lake Worth, Fla.- U. of Fla., Army, i GLEN H, MCCEE, Freshman, Kansas City, Mo.-Kan- sas State Teachers, Navy. C-EORCIE JAMES MELTON, Junior, Marshfield, Mo.- Drury Col., Delta Sigma Delta, C-lee Club, Army. Ci. E. MERRILL, Freshman, Richmond, Utah-Utah Agricultural School, Army. H. JOE MERRITT, Freshman, Stillwater, Okla.-Okla. A. C7 M., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. HERBERT LOREN MILLER, Sophomore, Arkansas City, Kans.-U, ot Kansas, Xi Psi Phi, Navy. HOWARD MIRIKITANI, Freshman, Honolulu, Hawaii -U. of Hawaii. M. M. A. Wi Or' EU Ka R. U. JO U. JO De JO Sta CP of JII Dri SP Joi IR' Ha IN Ok tra RC Psi SA Ce Sig L. of R. Co M. CE Mc . .. PL- .,--- ... . J. .L ., .T-.'f'f.1' 'Ti.-.Q i.T.'..TZ- 17- . .T T..f-Ui!-1-'-tS'?'1iE?r't'ff"P"P -rt :-F'F"f"'ff'f'. -ff ' ... .ri E ' in -1.53-fs .1 ffti-.1.fa:fz:fgf-T ' . , , . F - 1 , City, outh- Ariz :oun- Kem- Mo. Kans. VU. ot Ao.- xas- outh- r . Y T, Mo. 3la.- -Kan- Jlo.-- y. -Utah -Okla. sansas lavvaii U I , MAJ. .,- UNDERCLASSMEN M. L. MlTCHELL, Junior, Bixby, Okla.-Okla. A. 6' M., N. E, Teachers College, Navy. A. J. MONSEES, Junior, Kansas City, Mo.-Central Wesleyan, Xi Psi Phi, Class President 4l-42, 42-43, Ortho. Appoint., Army. EUGENE MOORE, Junior, Kansas City, Mo.-U. ot Kans., Army. R. A. MOORE, Sophomore, Alamosa, Colo.-Colorado U., Orthodontic Appoint., Army. JOSEPH H. MORTON, Sophomore, Green, Kans.-- U, of Kans., Xi Psi Phi, Student Council 4l -42, Navy. JOHN DEE MOSE, Bixby, Okla.-Okla. A. C1 M., Delta Sigma Delta, Student Council 4l , Navy. JOHN NEAL, Sophomore, Greenleaf, Kans.--Kansas State College, Psi Omega, Army. CALVIN C. NEWLIN, Junior, Denver, Colo.-Univ. of Colo., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. JlMMlE FRANK NUTZ, Freshman, Joplin, Mo.- Drury College, Army. SPEEDY ROBERT NUTZ, Freshman, Joplin, Mo:- Joplin Jr. Col., Kans, State T. C., Navy. IRVING l. ODO, Junior, Honolulu, T. Hi.-U. of Hawaii. INGRAM W. OGDEN, Sophomore, Henryetta, Okla.-- Okla. U., Okla. A, C1 M., Univ. ot Tulsa, East Cen- tral Okla. State Col., Psi Omega, Navy. ROBERT J. ORR, Sophomore, El Dorado, Kans.--Xi Psi Phi, Navy. SAMUEL E, OSBORN, JR., Freshman, Odessa, Mo-- Central Mo. S. T. C., U. of Mo., U. of K. C., Delta Sigma Delta, Navy, L. W. PATRICK, Sophomore, Mission, Kans.-Univ. of Kans., Xi Psi Phi, Navy. R. L. PEASLEY, Junior, Centerville, lovva-Parsons College, Army. M. PFEFFERBAUM, Freshman, Nevv York City, N. Y. NCity College of N, Y., Alpha Omega, Army. GEORGE A, PFAFFMANN, Sophomore, Kansas City, Mo.hU. ot K. C., Xi Psi Phi, Army. - Y- .,,.....- . - -..-gu...,g.v-s--' Page 49 --..,.--.4,'.-..-.......m .a..,.b...,--.-... u ...gm - I 1 I I I I I Page 50 UNDERCLASSMEN ROBERT H. POTTER, Junior, Kansas City, Kans.- Kansas City, Kans., Jr. Col., Navy. EUGENE QUIMBY, Junior, Drumright, Okla.--Okla. A, C7 M., Delta Sigma Delta, Army. ROBERT W. RASMUSON, Freshman, Fort Yates, N. D.-Jamestown College, Psi Omega, Army. C. H. REICHART, Sophomore, Clovis, New Mex.- Eastern New Mex. Col., Delta Sigma Delta, Navy. RICHARD REID, Sophomore, Howard, Kans.-Kan- sas Univ., Soph. Student Council, Navy, T, C. RITTER, Freshman, Burnstad, N. D.--Wart- burg College, Psi Omega, Army. A OWEN ROBINSON, Sophomore, Walgeeney, Kans.- Fort Hays Kans. State, Psi Omega, Student Council 4l -42, Army. I GEORGE R. RODELANDER, Junior, Kansas City, Mo. -Univ. of K. C., Psi Omega, Jr. Vice-Pres. 42-43, Navy. MORTON PETER ROWAN, Freshman, Wichita, Kans. -Wichita U., Delta Sigma Delta, Army, KENNETH D. RUDD, Junior, Kansas City, Mo.-- Wichita Univ., Sec.-Treas. 40-4l, 42-43, Xi Psi Phi, Orthodontic Appoint., Army. G. P, RUPPERT, Freshman, Carlsbad, New Mex.-- St. Mary's Col., U. of Minn., Army. MAX M. SANCHEZ, Junior, Washington, D. C.- Catholic U. of America, Army. M, SANDERS, Sophomore, Shell Knob, Mo.-Spring- tield Mo. State Teachers, Psi Omega, Navy, E. B. SAUL, JR., Junior, Oklahoma City, Okla.-Okla. U., Xi Psi Phi, Army. EDWIN F. SAVAGE, Junior, Waterville, Maine- Colby College, Navy. ANTHONY SCANDURRA, Freshman, Corona, N. Y. I-Queens College, Navy. LEO SCHNEIDER, Junior, Salida, Colo.-Colorado U., Navy. RAY SCHNEIDER, Junior, Salida, Colo.-Creighton U., Colo. U., Army. E. CoI J. fra C. U., L. Sta L. Un Col E. U. EA Un JO! Kai F. Un RA OkI Ml Isla Alp BIL Kar RA' WCS JOt sity DEI sity Mll U., Ortl ORI Uta WP H.- . i A Q I- 1qi.--Fi--awrsr-'rfim-rrN,b,e,5,,,,,.,?..1-n..,tf:-s:-71,-T,-1v,:..:. F-Y.: Eff. fa- -, .,.. . ., V, U- ,,,..i..q.,. .,. 4. U Q . I ,. . . c, - H., . .4 . 'Lg' , 'f K1 . - .- r -- --l-- --'4'r"""5"""" 1" Y - - , , . .- '- '3 ' r ' '- - F ' ' .' . --- - - -- ', ' '- - ' ' .' , 4 .. - .. ' ' .ln -1 sf' F ' ' ' E ' Y ' ' ' ' V .la. N. an- art- ncil Vlo. 43, BHS. J.-- Phi, c.- -ing- Dkla. we- J. Y. 9 U. 1 ghton UNDERCLASSMEN E. K, SCHROEDER, Junior, Hillsboro, Kans.-Tabor College, ANYW- J. C. SCHULTE, JR., Sophomore, Joplin, Mo.-Cen- tral Col., U. of K. C., Psi Omega, Army. C. A. SEBERT, Junior, Clinton, Okla.-Okla. Baptist U., Xi Psi Phi, Army, L, R. SETTY, Freshman, Kansas City, Mo.-Kansas State Teachers, Army. L. REID SHEPARD, Junior, Salt Lake City, Utah- Univ. of Utah, Delta Sigma Delta, lntertraternity Council 4l-42, Student Council 42-43, Army. E. M. SH,ERWO'OD, Sophomore, Lawrence, Kans.- U. of Kans., U. of Colo., U. of K. C., Xi Psi Phi, Navy. EARL W. SHIRA, JR., Junior, Hoisington, Kans.- Univ, of Texas, Psi Omega, Army. JOSEPH C. SHORT, Sophomore, Wichita, Kans.- Kansas State College, Psi Omega, Army, F. R. SMITH, Junior, Clay Center, Kans.--Kansas University, Delta Sigma Delta, RAY M. SPYRES, Freshman, Heavener, Okla.-U. of Okla., Ft. Smith Jr. Col., Navy. MILTON STRUM, Sophomore, Richmond Hill, Long Island, N. Y.-Kirksville State Teachers College, Alpha Omega, Army. BILLY NEIL STONE, Freshman, Hiawatha, Kans.- Kans. State Col., Kansas City Univ., Army. RAY A. THARP, Freshman, Springfield, Mo.-South- west Mo. State Teachers, Army. JOHN P. TELLMAN, Freshman, Belle, Mo.-Univer- sity of Missouri, Army, ' DENIS TERAOKA, Junior, Paauhau, Hawaii-Univen Sity of Hawaii, Army llnfantryl. MILO STUCKY, Sophomore, Hutchinson, Kans.-Okla. U.: Bethel Col., Hutchinson Jr, Col., Psi Omega, Orthodontic Appoint., Student Council Rep., Army. ORIN STUTZNECCER, Freshman, Salt Lake City UtahgUniversity of Utah, Army. WARREN N. TAKEHARA, Sophomore, Honolulu, T. l'l.mUniv. of Hawaii, Univ. of Kansas City. v ,--,ig ,.,,.,3..-......--Q ""'11 - - I , S. , , v - 1-as-v-.-.--1-,an-..-.... ...- ... .. -.... -- '--.--- - ,,., - .i.,.. un- -11 1, 2, Page 5l Page 52 .".""-T""'vv1sfn.:m.1si. .UH-'14 1-sv 1- -Q-4 ...-p-.--u-- - - '- . .', , ,r s -?"' -1'--- -5- - , .-.l 1 ..,.Y. -.,. --.:.-, 19efv .-L. .,,.,,,,.,.,,,,, S- rm, We ,f I "3'i"""""" f iw. vvwtf ' UNDERCLASSMEN JAMES A. THOMAS, Junior, Quinton, Okla.-East Central State College, Psi Omega, Sec.-Treas. 40-4I, Army. J. GLENN TIPPIN, JR., Junior, Olathe, Kans.--Ster- ling, College, Glee Club, Student Council Rep. 4I -42, Navy. WILLIAM C-. TREFZ, Freshman, Carrollton, Mo.- Central College, Army. LAVVRENCE VENH-AUS, Freshman, Erie, Kans.- Chanute Fr, College, Army. A. R. VOELKLE, Sophomore, Blair, Okla.-Okla. U., Delta Sigma Delta, Sec.-Treas. 4I-42, Army. HAROLD K. VOTH, Sophomore, Hillsboro, Kans.- Tabor College, Friends Univ., Navy, J. M. E. VRBANAC, Sophomore, Kansas City, Kans.- Kansas City, Kans., Jr. College, Army. DONALD C. WALLACE, Sophomore, Hill City, Kans. -Kansas State College, Psi Omega, Navy. LOUIS WALLMAN, Junior, Kansas City, Mo.-K. C. Jr. Col., Army. LELAND W. WEBER, Freshman, Osawatomie, Kans. -Baker University, Army. WILLIAM J. WEIR, Junior, Oklahoma City, Okla.- U. of Okla., Psi Omega, Army. PAUL WESTERN, Freshman, Greentop, Mo.-NOrth- east Mo. State Teachers, Delta Sigma Delta, Army. A. A. WHEAT, Sophomore, Northport , Ala.--U. of Ala., Xi Psi Phi, Army. EDGAR HARTLEY WHITE, Freshman, Tremonton, Utah-State Univ., Univ. of K. C., Navy, WAYNE C, WHITEHEAD, Freshman, Alto, Texas- U. of Texas, Army. J.AMES R, WHITEMAN, Freshman, Warrensburg, Mo. -Central Mo. S. T. C., Army. RANDEL FAIN WHITTON, Junior, Oklahoma City, Okla.-Oklahoma City Univ., Army. LEONARD E. WILLIAMS, Freshman, Cotteyville, Kans.-Cotteyville Jr. Col., Army. VIC Sta' HA -I MP Sta LEE Rep C-El Mc 42 OT Co AL Co ' ' " -"-fMf---f-'--- - 11- :---.-Q...-. ,.,..'.,g,J,,g. V, L-Q, ,5 -.,--f 34 mr-Jn.: --g mx- ,wg I I' uv Mil Lx 1 ., '. . F-fp,-i Zi- '--,,- jg -3 Q ,V fr. ' if - , g- - ' r "" "' """" -M -f-v'f---,--f4--..4.,-..:r " - -f-:. v - - .L .. ' ,, " 'QIQLISU VS 5.3.-g ig F " ' ' ' - W . lm' " """""4 f' -if-1--Q4--a -East D-41 , -Ster- l-42, Ao.- INST a. U., 3l"lS.l ans- Kans. -K. C. , Kans. Dkla.-- -North- .rmy. -U. of -non ton. Texas- Jrg, M01 na CNY- UNDERCLASSMEN VICTOR WOOD, Junior, Nixa, Mo.-Southwest Mo. State Teachers, Navy. HAROLD R. WOOLDRIDOE, Freshman, Altus, Okla. -U. of Okla., Xi Psi Phi, Army. MACK H. WRAY, Freshman, Afton, Wyo.-Utah State Afri. Col., U. of K, C., Delta Sigma Delta, Army, LESLIE YOSHIO YAMANAKA, Junior, Hawi, Hawaii -Sacramento Jr. College, Clee Club, Student Council Rep. 4l -42. GEORGE EDWARD YANCY, Sophomore, St. Joseph, lVlo.l-St. Joseph Jr. College, Psi Omega, Soph. Pres. 42-43, Army. OTHO WASHtBURN, Junior, Versailles, Mo.-Central College, Xi Psi Phi, Navy. ALFRED RUEB, Junior, St. Francis, Kans.-Univ. of Colorado, Xi Psi Phi, Navy. x E KM. if- Page 53 , ,, , ,, , , .H . - W-i A- - , - WW- --------tv-r '---: "'-"::... """ ..- E 'Y "'1""' ' " ,1n,,.,,,, .,,,,,-..,,,, 1...-1., ,wg-,q41--Q.,-y "'-BiiD""""0l"'!"' STUDENTCOUNCIL Page 54 SEN IORS Montgomery Rose Jones JUN IORS Shepard Evans Lindemann SOPI-IQMORES Johnson Blume Orr FRESHMEN , Breihan Abernethy Kelly Every year three representatives are elected from each class to the student council With the assistance ot Dr. Rinehart, as counselor and advisor, this organization deals with the problems and activities which arise during the current year. 'f "':-'.-M'-i'.f.'1..-t...:1., :'.1,.......L-1 1. :.I...m....-.,.:,,..fk..L,54-51-.:,,,.g.,.::.L:? - '-Lnkniiimqw.5413.2-.ui--f4u1.?w-,-2'-4.. -'nf ' " ' 7 ' VA' 4"" :E - - -',l.1 " ' - , r m " -q,,g3,f '7 " 1 c, - f , -, A .z. . 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I is if 'giffjgi I ' -QYPQCX wk -f W- XA 'xr' f fr, 3 HJ 2 r Sx,n5fk52.'fsv f6f,,.':qfyf 'J .U fri: v , Wray ,ug Q IG' C H A P T E R R O L L C. E. AIKIN, JR. R. D. GILLOCK J. O- REYNOLDS F. H. AMUNDSEN W. P. HUMPHREY C. H. REICHART K. L. BROWN E. IMAN A. W. ROSE S. N. BLANKENSHIP H. E. KEENEY L. R. SHEPARD C. A. BENTLEY D. D. KRAJICEK L. R. SMITH D. C. BLUME J. E. LYONS J. A. TEAFF H. L. CRAWFORD ' C. J. MELTON D. W. TIBBETTS J. W. DAWSON J. D. MOSE A. R. TRIMBLE, JR. E. C. DEFFENBAUCH J.. D. NASSIMBENE A. R. VOELKLE R. FUNK C. C. NEWLIN P. S. WHITMAN R. P. FRENCH E. QUIMBY O F F I C E R S l94l-42 J. A. TEAFF .... .... C rand Master ....... L. R. SHEPARD A. W. ROSE .... Worthy Master .. .... E. C. DEFFENBAUGH L. R. SHEPARD .... Scribe .... ........... J . E. IMAN J. W. DAWSON ..... .... T reasurer .. ...... C. C. NEWLIN E. IMAN ........... .... H istorian .. C-. BLUME P. S, WHITMAN ....... Senior Page .... G. J. MELTON E. D. DEFFENBAUC-H... Junior Page D. MOSE J. D. NASSIMBENE .... .... T yler .... ...A. R, VOELKLE P L E D C E S' O. C. SALE C. R. CLARKE W. R. HERTZLER H. J. MERRITT B. D. CAUDLE E. C. CRITZ E. E. HOUSE R. V. HADERLEIN R. D. FORDYCE L. H. BAKER M. P. ROWAN J. B. FINLEY C. P. WESTERN S. E. OSBORN E. H. WHITE, JR. J. W. BARNETT Ci. F. BOLINC-ER Founded at the University of Michigan, Nu Chapter was formed in the Kansas Ann Arbor, Michigan, in ISSZ. 32 Subordinate Chapters 6l Auxiliary Chapters 6 Foreign Chapters Colors-Turquoise and Blue Publication--The Desmos Flower-Red Carnation City Dental College on the evening of March l5, l898. There were twelve char- ter members initiated at the Midland Hotel, at Seventh and Walnut Streets, at that time. When the two schools, Kansas City Dental College and Western Dental College, com- bined they formed the present Nu Chapter. ""' """"""""'7"' """' ' ' . 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Q Blanken- ship French Krajicek Reichart Western Blume Funk Lyons Reynolds Whitman Brown Cillock Melton Rose White Bolinger C-ritz Merritt Rowan Voelkle Page 59 ' . - ., -., . . , ,, ...-. .........., ..-.................,-......f..,.-...f..r............, a....-...,-...-..-..-.31....h...-...f.:.,.-...s.L..s..........- --....--. .,...,Q.,...... .....-.- , ..,.,,.......,..,.,. ...., . .. . -. Y , . PHI IIHII IIHAPIIII IIP PSI IINIIISA R. C. ALBO 'C. J. BROWN, JR. W. E. BRYANT A. L. CROWDER H. A. CULVER W. H. DOYLE J. EDMUNDSON D. P. EUBANK, JR. B. B. EVANS J. L. GREENE D. G. HALVORSON W. J. WEIR ........ A. L. CROWDER .... F. R. SLAVENS ...... .F. R. SLAVENS ........ G. R. RODELANDER ..... V. L. KIES ............ W. H. DOYLE ....... H. D. JOHNSON ....... P. J. LINDEMANN .... R. H-. HAMILTON ..... W. E. BRYANT ......... DR. J. W. RICHMOND .... R. M. ATCHISON J. K. AVERY G. H. BAKER J. T. BREIHAN D. W. CHEEK J. T. ESTEP F. B. FIMPLE J. ' fy . If fl! It I iii A ' J. 4 ff' , 533 CHAPTER ROLL R. H. HAMILTON C. N. IRVIN H. O. JOHNSON v. L. KIES P. J. LINDEMANN J. O. MCCLJE J. P. NEAL J. L. O'BRlEN A. E. RIEHL O. R. ROBINSON O. R. RODELANDER O F F I C E R S u 1941-42 Senicr Grand Master Junior Grand Master .... Secretary .... .... Treasurer . . .- .Q Inside Guardian . Outside Guardian . Chief lnquisitor . Editor of Fraternity Chief lnterrogator Chaplain Deputy Counselor PLEDGES A. B. GARVEY K. W. HUMPHREYS M. E. JOHNSON V. R. JOHNSON S. D. KELLY W. LI EUALLEN B. W. MCCLURE Founded in I89Z, at the Baltimore Col- lege of Surgery, Baltimore, Maryland. 36 Active Chapters 6l Alumni Chapters Publication-The Frater Colors-Blue and White Flower-White Rose Page 60 J. ROPER J. C. SCHULTE J. C. SHORT F. R. SLAVENS M. M. STUCKY J. A. THOMAS J. W. VAN BLARICUM D. G. WALLACE L. M. WAIXLER W. J. WEIR G. R. RODELANDER L. KIES W. DOYLE ...P. J. LINDEMANN P. NEAL E. BRYANT B. EVANS G. McCUE A. THOMAS L. GREENE J. H. MCCRORY I. W. OGDEN R. W. RASMUSON T. C. RITTER M. SANDERS E. W. SHIRA R. M. SPYRES DR. J. W. RICHMOND Phi Rho Chapter was formed in I92O by the union of the Delta Rho Chapter of Kan- sas City Dental College and the Delta Phi Chapter of Western Dental College, after the merger of the two schools in l9I9. Delta Rho Chapter was installed in l9IO, and Delta Phi Chapter in I9l2. .-f ., - - . .- -V . ..-,.,.,..,,1.....-.-,Q,- -Y . Y Y Y , , , , , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' - - - ' ' H ' ,Gini ' . ' - V K , Y gif Q if-2f"FliQ. 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Q .I 9, ' 1 gf .V ,. 3 CHAPTER ROLL P. M. HILL K. B. HOOK W. R. JERSAK R. P. KEIDEL W. C. KENNARD C. KOHLER E. H. MABRY B. L. McDERMOTT R. M. MONTGOMERY G. A. PFAFFMANN ' OFFICERS President .. Vice-President . . . --- Secretary .- A. O. REUB E. B. SAUL C. A. SEBERT E. M. SHERWOOD L. A. TAYLOR, JR. W. O. WASHBURN A. A..WHEAT H. R. WOOLDRIDGE O. WASHBURN A. SEBERT R. M. HAUN ...... S. M. BARRETT... A. O. REUB ...... R. P. KEIDEL ..... C. L. CONWAY... DR. L. E. CARR... - -. Treasurer - Editor Chief Herald .. Sentinel Guard Deputy Supreme President - E. A. ABERNATHY F. M. BALL W. BEEBY C. K. CARSON, JR. W. N. GIBBENS J. W. GREEVER Founded at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in ISS9. 32 Active Chapters Publication-Xi Psi Phi Quarterly. Colors-Lavender and Cream Flower-American Beauty Rose' Page 62 P L E D G E S H. L. MILLER A. J. MONSEES J. H. MoRToN R. J. ORR D. L. ROGERS K. D. RUDD .....A. O. REUB ......A. A. WHEAT M. BARRETT ... ....... P. M. HILL .. . . . B. L. McDERMOTT ...DR. L. M. GATES Chi Chapter, of the Western Dental Col- lege, was installed on February II, I908. Supreme President, H. B. Pinney, was the installing officer. After the merger of the two schools it became Chi Chapter, of Kan- sas City-Western Dental College. ,- Y , ..-... :.- , .,v. ...........,,, . .--.k-..-.....1....-i..,.,,,, . a - - E I A , A """" '-"'q""' 4- , .1 - - 1 .. , 1. .. , " '1"" --Qvvriqxt-P-'nfenzverww-a..m-1-fzfrf--Q1v:r-'2---f-r-- .fr-. IIHI IIHIIPIIH HI XI PSI PHI I I l I Abernathy Alquist Bale Barrett Bass Beeby Burns Conway Conway Ffiffjm' I-Iastain Uaun Hill Hook Kohler McDermott Mlil Ivlonsees cnt' Morton Orr Rudd Reub ' er Sebert gomery Taylor Washburn Saul Sherwood Carson .lersak Patrick Wheat ...,.... -. - ... .fag-1-9 ..........qLa...---9-.........,., 1.A E .a::.4. ,..-:af-na.-.....-.-,-nn.-..--....,-,.. . ..---...... Clayton Keidel Pfatfrnan Wooldridge Page 63 llllfllll KAP? UPSllll I L . R. E. GOLTRY H. E. KEENEY F. R. sLAvENs H. D. JOHNSON, JR. R, A. SHEPHERD A. R, TRIMBLE, JR. I-l O N O R These men truly possess a distinct honor in being those chosen from the graduating class ot i943 to be members of Omicron Kappa Upsilon. lt was only through their continuous and diligent ettorts that they were able to main- tain their standing and complete the necessary requirements. They will continue to be outstanding in the profession and an inspiration to other students, because men possessing their virtues are destined to be leaders in whatever tield they may enter. Such qualities are never overlooked. There were others in the class whose averages were very commendable, but since only twelve per cent may be chosen these six men with the highest records were selected. Page 64 HHH CHAPTER lll llMllIlillN KAPPA UPSllll HONORARY DENTAL FRATERNITY The University of Kansas Cityl Kansas City-Western Dental College School of Dentistry Organized at Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, l9l4 Rho Chapted organized at Kansas City-Western Dental College November 4, i928 OFFICERS DR. R. J. RlNEl-IART . DR. H. A. ALLSHOUSE . DR. C. C. PORTER . . Each year at graduation time, twelve per cent of the outgoing class are eligible to membership in Omicron Kappa Upsilon, national honorary dental fraternity. The eligibility of receiving this award concerns all phases of the educational pro- gram as presented by the college. This includes the individual's character, quality of practice in the clinic, satisfactory com- . . President . . Vice-President . Sec reta ry-Treasurer pletion 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 mem- bers who have been teaching two years or more and members of the alumni who have rendered outstanding and recognized service to humanity and to the profession. Page 65 ...Q ..q.n-..,-,f--..-1-..--gu..-..-...,.a-n--4:p4q1..-....---1...--,..-.-.., Y L.--,f Q-,..- Axf..f-1-,,5-,J,,.,,,,,,,,i.,,,,, i INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL L. R. SHEPARD W. O. WASHBURN C-. R. RODELANDER The lntertraternity Council- is composed of the Presidents of the three fraternities and their deputy counselors, with the Dean ot the school as Chairman. lt is the purpose of this group to decide on the rushing, the activities of the fraterni- ties, and all problems connecting the organizations and the school. MEMBERS p DR. R. J. RINEHART . .... . . . Chairman L. R. SHEPARD . . . Delta Sigma Delta DR H. W. ALLEN . . Delta Sigma Delta W. O. WASHBURN' . . . Xi Psi Phi DR. L. M. C-ATES . . . . . Xi Psi Phi C-. R. RODELANDER . . . Psi Omega DR. JOHN W. RICHMOND . . Psi Omega DR. RINEHART DR. RICHMOND DR. GATES DR. ALLEN Page 66 .. ... . . .. . s .... vc... .wg-. --.--. M...-ff,1i A' ,1, - Qukg, ,,,--AA, ,,,,.L,- ,,,,, . g,,,us Jmmnw- W. V A JM' H N NH U .. GLEE CLUB DR.L.E.DAVWDSON Director For the tirst time in many years our Clee Club under the direction ot Dr. Davidson will remain inactive. lt was thought best to discon- tinue the activities ot the C-lee Club for the duration insomuch as the tire and gasoline rationing would make the annual trips impos- sible. We will miss the Clee Club very much and we hope that soon it will be possible to reassemble with even greater strength and success. Each senior having been a member ot the Clee Club tor the past three years will be awarded a gold key by Dr. Davidson. AIKIN CROWDER FUNK GIANNANGELO KRAJicEK PENNER SMITH WHITMAN Page 67 mmf '- .fn-rn.-3: -- naval?-9g:,3-1g1?mvx fqpau.,-Q--1-pf... su..- Af-.f ..,.4p-,.,..,,.:-,D,,q,,mnnub R. W. DIMOND i942-43 Ednor BUSHWHACKER lt is the task of a yearbook to enclose within its covers as much as is possible ot the happenings of the current year which it represents. lt has been our earnest endeavor to present as many ot the aca- demic and social activities as waspossible, and as this edition ot the i942-43 "Bush- whacker" goes to press we are reluctant to recall a great many things that we were not able to include within this book. lt has been an honor and a pleasure to be members of the statt of the l942-43 "Bushwhacker" and it is our most ardent hope that you, the students and personnel ot the School ot Dentistry ot the Univer- sity ot Kansas City, will be pleased with our publication. The selection of all the material ot this book has been done with this thought in mind. l To try to print our thanks to each indi- vidual tor their assistance and cooperation resulting in the presentation ot this book would only mean that someone would be Page 68 J. G. MCCUE l943 Editor - - ' -H ., 1.-. .g.,. ..-Lf,-.- .,....., ..-.-. - .t..,. ,.,.......,,Y..,.-.s,- 9.4 A-544. ,, ,fag ....,,.,..1-umku-.--' -..-. ' -. - Q., ,, f lg. - Zh, - I in-..l'5!1i:,a-. 3. In 'Lk V-J:-ma A.. V . W-mm 5 x 4 -wr V ,UJYH-Q u ,. , .a gig, ,- ...- ......+...,..-q....,..-.1......-....,...,.... ,- , ,., . ,.,. A A Ui, ,I FX' uf., -If ,W ' , qgQggq..m7mfg1yp:rv'---T ,,,:. V. 1 5 i . . - ' J- '. -'-A'-Fifi."-'-T-5 13 ,.Lf'..iu'v r -17.1.-. -ff ii' A ' ' , A . ' Q ing . . . V . h . .. . , . . . , , iiinu. STAFF left out, but we shall ever appreciate your efforts and cooperation and we do wish to thank all of you-thank you very much. lf absence makes the heart fonder, then you should be extremely fond of this "Bushwhacker" since it is a few months behind schedule. We accept our share of the blame for the late presentation and hope you will give us the benefit of the doubt in your criticisms of the book. Possibly on some long dark winter night in the years to come you will be able to sit in your favorite chair, dust off old "l94Z-43" and leisurely thumb through its musty pages. Then, if not sooner, we hope that it will recall a few pleasant memories. To bring back these memories of our present school activities, ,both tra- ditional and wartime, is the aim of the l942--43 "l3ushwhacker". THE STAFF R. W. D. E. C. D. E. C. DEFFENBAUCI-l Business Manager l9-42-43 R. J. ORR Business Manager i943 X . W Z f'-2 I, if! - ,wi , of 1-gL-.-..,..u..a.za-:-.-.-..--:n-:.a:.....-.-....u-..,..a .........L...:a-..u--ss.: br - ,, -.......... N , I ,, ,,,,,..-.--. f - - 44. u Page 69 ,-.v . Y Y , , ,VW ,N -V . .7,.,,, ,...,,.W. , - .. 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X I , J .- i ,, . ...k...L..Y H--,.-,.,.L.--,.....,...,..,,......w,. ,. ... , ..,. . ..,...u........... . ,,-.f,..,... .. ...., f .s, W 1. ,Q Without Him It Would Not Have Been Wr tte for a d ded c ted to Dr Roy J R eh rt D D S Dean of The U ers ty of Ka sas C ty School of De tstry Ka sas C ty Wester Dental College With every great achievement man has wrought, Up in the air or on the sea or land, Within some master mind first came the thought, Which, later by his own or other's hand Was made to fly or sail or run or stand, A monument to that great citizen ' Whose dream it was--who wrought the structure grand, Thus to be justly said, by tongue or pen:-- "Without his guiding hand, this thing would not have been." The school where you have spent your student days, ls one great monument we love to show, And to our faithful Dean goes all the praise, lt was his guiding hand that made it so. l-low hard he labored, few will ever know. l-le gave his life-his hands, his master brain, To build this wondrous school to which you go, Thus we may say, in speaking of our Dean:- "Without his guiding hand, this thing would not have been." EDXNARD L. STEWART, lVl.D DR. RINEHART Page 72 GTP? ,,v fr, , ., , , .....,,,--.-.,....L..,,.,....-.......,,...-, ,g.,,...-....,....4..- ......1,.,.,.:..,,,,,,,w:V,,-Fw--:F , 'LID , I ,quail-,::iY,,,.,,,np,sTM K 1 ff, A. . ,KZ f ,fvr S-3 gf-1 : gp. S "' ' ' ' .yfmifiifv-:'iSir-5.549--1-,....2'-'fu1-., fwfr----gg-jv--rfsfr-'.f.4., 'B' KX! 1 4 29 4 gg! K t- I .., .U I Q : I J , ,V X " ,nf A swf ,Q 'f A , f j . . X' ESX J 'iv U , f Tx?" f A - E 2 ' x We M 951 R, is . f sz, . gm A v W 1 K X, wgsgf' ' QR . 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OUR CREED "We will fight for the ideals and aims of our profession whether alone or with many. i "We will revere and obey the ethics and traditions of our profession and do our best to incite a like respect in those who are prone to neglect, annul or to set them at naught. We will, also, strive unceasingly to quicken their sense of duty. "Thus, in all these ways, will we transmit this profession not only not less, but greater, better and more useful than it was before us. "Vx!e will try to conduct ourselves and the affairs of our pro- fession with full consciousness of our obligations to the worthy profession which we represent, to do our part, individually, to aid the profession in its calling as protectors of the health of our fellow citizens and of our community. W "We will make 'Helpful, Friendly Service' our motto and aim and will deem it a privilege as well as an obligation to help main- tain the highest ideals of service.' 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V- ..-, ,v-..,,,,.,.g,..1 f 1.M,..umx...-1...1..-Q...M.m4g, -If-,.,,5.-Lag.-i-4..2.1.f:ffz.:,4. ,deaf if:i:4a.a.x:u -Vx. .V .mn ..,.,. .Q W u cz ,ess o cixxxx K g . p p I l TW welcome this opportunity to congrutuluteyou upon the completion of your college work, unc! extend sincere wishes jhr your success. Serving you hus been u pleusure, u pleasure which CN? hope will continue throughout your cureer. To those of you who plan to enter military service, may we remind you that S. S. White Equipment and other products will continue to be a part of your daily life. Brushing-up on their operation and techniques now will prove of value later. Always remember S. S. White field representatives, branches and dealers stand ready to assist you. You who will serve at home in private practice will be confronted with the greatest demand ever placed upon dentistry for the conservation of public health. Here again we can assist, for nothing will do more toward promoting elliciency, extending service, and conserving your health, than a prop- erly designed, well-equipped olhce. in ufxyoifuoifeufozifoiuf eehruuon uuifojhe THE s.s.wHlTE DENTAL MFG. co. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Page 79 u .2.J...,.,1,..,..o....,.,,.,c,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,M, ., 1 as Lefty takes it and seems to like it with Jersak giving the Clinic. Snyder seems to be winning out. The boys "going after that soph- omore technique." French-smiling with gown On. French-still smiling but with gown removed. Just to prove that clothes make the kid, Little Face-why dOn't you do right? Probably trying a new shortcut. Grind 'em teeth . . . smell that smell. l i l i l I It -h K , , I A, . ' , L ' aegis..-.....--Q --.... ..-- .a,,44:..,,...,,.-......s-.:-e,1'2.i.::-wf-+' , 9 lt you were a little ovum l l l 1 We To lwwe P Has expanded industry curtailed electric power to customers? The answer is "No!" ln spite ot new and expanded plants producing war materiel, there is still an adequate supply otielectricity for all customers. Do you expect future curtailment or rationing of electric service? The answer is "No!" No one, of course, in such times as these, can predict conditions as they may be six months or a year hence. But, in-so-far as the future can be judged, your electric company confidently expects to serve all expected needs without rationing. KANSAS CITY POWER 81 LIGHT CO. g The Lovesick Spermatozoon And l a spermatozoon, g l'd stay outside the cervix Till some warm day in June. And then l'd sing so sottly While under the mellow moon, A melting, mellow melody+ The Song ot the Spermatozoon. Oh, break your bonds, my loved Tear ott your lucid coat And l shall swim the isthmus While you need only tloat. l'll outrace all my comrades, l'll prove l'm a mantul male, For l have speed and stamina ln my oscillating tail. Ol'l2, You needn't tell your mother, She'll never teel the loss- And l'll be waiting tor you Near the fimbriated os. l'll roam with you in romance, l'll sing you a dreamy tune, There are plenty ot spermatozoan But only one Spermatozoon. And it you like my loving, Your vitelline heart l'll tillg l'll make your body tremble With a protoplasmic thrill. And never you tear the tuture, For, as the months pass by, We'll build a little haven ln the tundus uteri. Page 8l ' '-'s s " ' 1 rl "'t"' " sz "T 3.-1..- - HVJIQG' .-I-in-----' .--'-. - - -nm -iq-Avva-11: F ,- gf- l F QA Sfwellhsllol pl Dlfmalznscllelclp' Og lalher':'E ' Melton, Kies, and C-illock taking in a bit of ' aienscveiri, lust a ew ays a er emg ca e World Series. into active service. - Baba and Van Blaricum are no doubt both wait- ' "Vx!hat a Man" Thornburg kills those gals. He ing tor that "third punch". seems to have her up in the air at least. Page 82 f"3 fait M .J J 1. nur ed--a-ng-4' -Q9-3-an -in-vv,.--.-quo-o-li5H 7lPib:5 T' ' 'n " lf 'l 'rf' I ':'f j ""7' .7 flrfffff 7'-""TIi?5EI7.11, 55 ' 7'i'T'3".I f'f'f?I'iFfa.'fff5' li?'..'i15'1'Q 'L '-'r?H1f': f1f:.E,':::f" gs? '.f-1f"i4:f"?i,1':?- rj -,ry-.'.' .f-.5 r:-:'::-gr , g-.ef-ff-:v4:f:L-11.-zlf..f . , -,.. 1. . e , V - ' ' li 4, A '- ' , ' '. ,' '."- ' "',. '--3 -1 -11.4 'Lg '-' f-I-L '- -4' '- - ' .:'i '. -f rf--"-f"1uf 'J rg:-,peg ,,'. -'- -U.- X-1 . . . -.2 .. :':':3f- it !'I f'.:x:':i'st.:.'T':':'.:'4-1, :'.',,.. , :fn i- '- "'- ' - Gi- ' 1' fi Q-1-'H - 1 -1- -- -V 4- mi 41 -:rs-ni-,.u.um-ug' 'izauazaawgg Y "' ' 2 " ' 't""" ' " " "' ""' ' '-."-- r' -'-- - A- - 4 -sw.--.'-45,1-,!.' -- ':.. -g1., 1, ,gf-' -- ffg,.,:-.:.'.2-- - -3:5--" 3 - g , ' - 5' -, r - A . V... . ,. . 1 Y- ,A . . vv -A in Y. Univ' ,,,,, W., KA, V ,V W Y! Y f A i i -, ,.,hA,f. .. no matter . I if A I E W' CIVILIAN . ' EU .,' ,-.71 1 " l 74 A Elf, 2 ff X' A NAVY 'f chances are O 0 O y0u9ll use lll'l"l'llll Ell IPME 'I' tion-whether into civilian practice or to training camp, Field hospital, base hospital or battleship, chances are you'll work with Ritter if Equipment-and work better thanks to the ' convenience and efficiency Ritter Equipment A introduces to either peace time or war-born ARMY .6 dentistry. Page 83 0 6 I I in Qigb i 1-t+ rum'my..g!' " --4' 1 0 - Why freshmen ,- stay at home. - Warm and cold. ' Big Boy-not tubing. miling so much. a . y some day em'5 first year and Shep with I1 ' , f 1 ' in -' Ma'-4 .a1..j:,.,,g.,,Q.-,.,..-a-r-.'a'3.iii"'-arS0fPg,rf1V ' AMMWM4 on E L E RS mists ctumtssoutu 3 FAWEEHS matte emeritus Famous Orchestras 'K G a y Cocktail Ptovide Entertainment L o ti tt g 0 comes snot' i ' s X' Palate and Purse-Pleasing Q i ...24 Hour Service LIGHTS "Tru- Vision"-"General Vision" CASTLE Specialists in Lighting and Sterilizing Safety STERILIZERS - "Full-A utomatio" - CAST-lN- BRONZE P g 85 "15-wwanna:-v-...-.,.-e1::-1aug-n1n:nvn:sxue.-mvsweqn-Q4-,QQ--,qv - ,, ,,E.., ,,,,,, -, 1, A '--'-up QUEENS L MISS FIFI CROWDER She paid to be queen. She'd have to. What price, glory. MISS CALVINA NEWLIN She insisted on a front view, so, being the open minded type, we let her have it. ' Butt FiFi! ' Risk'e Rosie. ' Miss Newlin-with her come hither look. Page 86 X M6 f 3 Sf 4' f MISS CALVINA NEWLIN The "You'd be so nice to come home to" type -But alas! who wants to come home? MISS MIMI ROISENTHAL Qualities-Notice: That hair! Those teeth! That smile! That bust! I-49 in.I That waist! I53 in.l MISS CI-IARLENE BARNETT The "It it itches-scratch it" type. Nothin' backward about her. Nothin' on the tront either. --.-.uh - -.'-..- -1- -I f-.H -1 I 1.',.-H.1- -f. :,:,..,. . .-ms..-.-m.-L-,.,.,. i-..1.Y-,.e.:.. '- ,,.4.,. :AV aiu,-uxJunn14.:q5A-9-A,,,1.fff- 'Q-::. V' -4ii-QL ..-- .7 .,:. ., , :L .. . 'ALL5-..:. . ' -Mghlghfx--' f-- F. 'arms my V -h -M,-:F ' -.-F r: --fra QUEENS l-leretofore, the School of Dentistry has never felt that its girls could compare with those of the rest of the University of Kansas City, but this year it is a very much different story-as you can very plainly see. Since the Bushwhacker Staff lDeffy and ll think that our ability as judges of beauty, and women in general, is unequaled, we decided to be the judges and so we were. The qualities used as a basis for selection were just plain beauty, reputation, popular- ity, etc. lespecially etc.l, and we spent many hours and drank pint after pint of coffee one extra night discussing the respective merits of each of the "Queens" before arriving at our final conclusions. You can no doubt understand what a discussion this must have been since we are personally lveryl acquainted with each of the candidates. Well, anyhow, after much cussin' and discussion, etc. lespecially etc.l, we chose the candidates shown to rep- resent the School of Dentistry of the University of Kansas City, and personally we believe that they are far more beautiful than any other school on campus can produce since you have never even seen the campus. Since the pictures are self explanatory and since what they don't explain, you already know, we will let a few words suffice. DIMOND. ll Gay hite ay 7 Soft lights and sweet music in a South Sea Island setting. Cocktail lounge with the gayety 'of a South American cafe. Eglffzi sitssngith food' and music in the best cosmo- i ORRganist ExtraORRdinary at the Hammond in the Tropics. With her magic music at the Nocachord in the Cabana. Famous Numerologist with advise on love and business. Lovely Songbird who will make you forget your troubles. , For commissioned officers of the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Guests. "Twenty , HAlWUY5 Stories r lhe Besl of in Enter- Comfort" tainment." Page 87 P R ERS Gpemtmg Gowns Kinds 3 8 1 8 Wyandotte Kansas City, Mo. Harrison 6929 I Page 88 Q E 5 S ,nm , ,, ,Y.,Y..V , ,,., , ,, ,,,,g, nw J favs- v -- ----f --'-"""'W" """"""-A "'-f"'-"M" hz' ' 1 -' - 'iff' fv-fl-----A-1' W-21+ 1442?-F'-'fi4igia5E2f ff-4-2:-2-5125f.:..g1.g,:,z4,.f3E-qpxpg.,g...,,,........,,..,.,,,.., ,..,.,,...,,,,,,,..,.,,?,..,,W,. . I-,,, A - . , 1,1 V .X 1 , ,v. 1.7 --. .. ,': M -.,,. V-Mu..-L.......Y , ......,...,...,. . ,. .. . . . . J . V. 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Phone VI. 9446 Owmlzi Boys, come in-feel at home-make your Head- quarters at Howard's . . . lust across the street Page 90 CROWLEY-REUTER STATIONERY COMPANY Largest Stock of Commercial Stationery in Kansas City PHONE VICTOR 3028 l 932 WYANDOTTE ST. KANSAS CITY, MO. MAC'S NEWS I The editor Of lVlac's News makes forecast of what some of the members of the Little Face Lawson ...... Big Tom Thomas ........ Mole Roadlander ........ doing twenty years from now. The most popular gandy dancer in the north end of Kansas City- Ciandy Row. ln a violent legal controversy with the A. D. A. over the size of the Neon sign over his office . . . The big boy refuses to remove the seventy foot arrow. Front man for a second rate medicine show somewhere in Kansas. school will be Robin Kitel ....... .... T aking the cure in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Mule Rueb ....... .... O perating a dateibureau in Chicago . . . and his own best customer. lnman ........ .... A professor in a "Retarded Children's School" teaching half-wits basket weaving. Deffenbaugh .... . . , . Nothing. Sebert ........ .... S aved in a north side mission . . . and has become a violent religious fanatic, conducting revival services in a tent in Council Bluffs, lowa. Humphrey .. .... Since Iman left . . . he has moved up to Dr. lVloore's No. l boy. Badeen ... .... A fifth rate "con" man . . . selling old widows stock in a cemetery that does not exist. Melton .... l-le finally got his D.D.S .... but you can't take the farm out of a Blankenship ... . . . . Brose ....... .... Burns .... .... Evans farmer with a degree. . .so he is back in the Ozarks raising potatoes. lVlelton's "hired man". A monk in C-reece . . . rewriting all the books on Histology and Bacteriology. I Practiced Dentistry in Arkansas for a while . . . then lost control of himself, reverted to type . . . and went native, last seen running wild in the hills. A clown in a third rate circus . . . playing to a packed house in Lone Tree, Oklahoma. PROFESSIONAL DISCOUNT Dental Supplies ON ALL PBESCRIPTIONS , Q I HIGHLAND PHARMACY S. E. Corner 12th and Troost PHONE HARRISON 6723 - 6724 Claude Fcrlkenston "George" Williams P IS ' Strictly Confidential efsona ervlce Page 91 K -.1-sie,-l ,A W , , ,, vw- Q A4 I i 1'5"-+V -- .AAQ --.- -1 - ,,1 4 .,,, . g , v m w,A ,, . 1: , -, f-t 'Y '. 'V 'f k ' A' ' 'ffl " zjgj, -i ,jk'..P--' j f ' - -3' ,., 1 ,I V, - 'swan-, x T, ,,J- . --... , , . - , , - f., -,..,- .- -, A- , . . Y ., , . ,,, W - 1-A--w , gf-2-----4--fffff-Q-,:L-,,L:Q:.:.35a,--4-,3,-.....m..,!.,..1.:.?l..,.,',....4..............1., .m,.A.,-.z,..:.....W...p:.. -2 . 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Two virgin dental surgeons-l-lab l'll bet that was Chet's first proph. - This belongs to Lindemann. ' lca a is p y field and l-lalvorson--console each - In the stretch. other. z lent smooth. The Mad Russian with MISS . The great profiles, Donovan as his able assistant. Page lOl IN UNCLE SANYS SERVI! In the big and proud responsibility await- ing you as Uncle Sam's dentist you'll find, ready to help, the best equipment your . country can 'provide - including the General Electric Model CDX dental X-ray unit. Those of you already acquainted with the CDX will be greeting an old friend. And on that happy day when you return to private practice the faith-ful CDX will be waiting to help you maintain the nation's 1 health in peacetime. - - J GENERAL ELECTRIC x-MY CORPORATION y I 20l2 JACKSON BLVD. CHICAGO, ILL., U. S. A. 1 75rky2 Fell' 7.?ag-4655 11702 30115 , c ' 1 Q- 5 1 E M' l El x Uncle Sam's strength is just the sum of his nephews fAmerican Citizens, who are strong . . . strong in health and determination . . . strong in a sense of f n u i n Q 0 n l I responsibility and in the spirit of sacrifice. Q' Find such a man. You have found most likely a life insurance policyholder. This is not just a sign. His life insurance policy, year by year, builds his character, 1 morale and spirit of sacrifice and helps him to maintan them. 3 1 l We must, therefore, redouble our efforts to build such strength in Uncle Sam's Q nephews . . . to win the war and to deserve the peace. ' 1- Kansas City Life Insurance Company Kansas City, Missouri Page lO2 'z f r . if ,, , ' , A, , mia ,V Af . - .-... ..v.:,,. ..-, ...L .. .....- .......-1...-.f-f-.....,.,....... ,.,,.,..,..,.....--1-. inf.--. -Q, .., ..-1 --- . . . ...- -mv l Our Office Force JW lt's always seemed a shame to me When poets strut in glee, They fail to mention many things We dental students see. If I were writing poetry I'd start off with a bang, With SUBJECTS nearest to our hearts Our office forcing "gang", . Of course we're well acquainted With the gal that takes our CASH And though we cause her many griefs, We very seldom clash. However, she's like everyone, Whose last name ends with "Orr , She says, "The BOSS is on his high horse, Please pay a little more." We have a new addition now, Her name is not Verboten, She sorta squirms and giggles when We call her "Brown-eye-d Doten". She takes the roll, and slips around And all the boys she pleases And drops her roll book, 'picks it up To show her dimpled kneezes. Now "Red" is just the quiet type Unknown to all but me-, But I have found her secret out lt's very plain to see. She's not as quiet as she seems, But really is the "rage", And that is why she always stays Behind her library cage. Mrs. Adams hails from Wichita, She marks us present, too, But I have something on her that l'm passing on to you. When calling names in class one day lCuccionnil I did my best to yell it, Said she, to me, "Pronounce it, hell, I couldn't even spell it." It isn'tlalways awkwardness When people break their bones, But faulty stairs will take the blame, Amends to "John Paul Jones". We don't infer that "Pottsie" drinks, For she's a righteous soul, But just a word of warning, dear, Take heed of those "man-holes". We've saved our Mary, till the last, She's going far away To the land of golden sunshine Where it rains most every day. This dear old school won't be the same, And she will miss it, too, And all we have to say is this, Wish we were going too. l've spent the whole night writing And it's clearly after three, And how l'm going to end this verse I guess is up to meg So if the Dean should read my will And grant me a degree, l'll make a solemn promise I Will give up poetry. FRANK M. BALL, JR., Topeka, Kansas. O. E. DAVIS cnimmlsr AND Gom TECHNICIAN We Do All Kinds of Acrylic Work, Fixed Removable Bridges GRAND 2835 'I426 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. Page IO4 My wi . HE .f f 26 s f Evidently, Dr. White cashed in on the cut- ' We can't tell whether Ogden is standing fore throats. Of aff- ' Talking the game all over again-with Orr ' U I doing the talking as usual. The pin-ball fiends getting in their points. ' Wallman and Washburn together again-no explanation necessary. Steam heat' ' Ah, how professional these gentle- men look. Page lO5 WHERE EFFICIENCY COUNTS T all AMERlcAN When the Army and Navy check the health of our fighting men . . . where speed and efficiency are required . . . American Cabinets are used. On the Home Front too you'II find that most successful dentists use American Cabinets. .I Ei THE AMERICAN CABINET CG. Div. of Hamilton Manufacturing Co. Two Rivers ' Wisconsin Page I O6 Radoff and Sure Shine The most convenient and best finishing and polishing outfit for all prosthetic work: Metals, Vulcanite, Conclensite or Cellulose and Acrylic Resine Materials also SEPARATEX SEPARATING FLUID Superior for Plaster Impressions ASK YOUR DEALER Manufactured by AURORA DENTAL SPECIALTIES COMPANY AURORA, ILLINOIS Wx X Three virtuous souls dressed in white, lt the mouth were just halt this accessible, things would be so much simpler. We should have charged Pattison- lVlcGrath for this advertisement- but then Zimmerman and l-loft are a couple of swell guys. - 4--J-......-4.-.-...,.. -1-.,. .f-.........-..... . -..-..-1...1f:.:.-Q - ......,,, .-..- DEPARTMENTAL APPOINTMENT Each year a few men are selected from the Junior Class for appointment to various departments during their Senior year. They are chosen because of their initiative, cooperative ability, their scholastic and clinical records. They act as assistants to the instructors and supervisors to the students. Much honor and prestige should be shown them. I ORAL SURGERY PROSTI-IETICS LOWRY CLINIC F. R. SLAVENS R. M. JoNEs D. E. BURNS- H. D. JoHNsoN J. A. TEAFF y R. E. C-OLTRY J. W. VAN BLARICUM, JR. J. D. NASSIMBENE R. M. rv1oNTcoiviERY L. M. WAXLER J M. ROSENTHAL c. c. IRBY ' A. E. RIEHL ORTHODONTICS CROWN AND BRIDGE OPERATIVE DENTISTRY I-I.. A. CULVER E. M. BLANKENSHIP G. D. HASTAIN A. R. TRIMBLE H. E. KEENEY A. W. ROSE R. A. SHEPERD H. J. CURRY vv. R. JERSAK CROFT'S CAFE 1030 :Ast 1211-I smzlst THE HOME OF FINE FOOD 24 Hour Service To The Kansas City-Western Dental College and to all discriminating buyers We offer- Quality lin All Kinds of Envelopes I KANSAS CITY ENVELOPE COMPANY 1523-25 Walnut Street HA,-rison 1920 Page IO8 Song ofthe Commonplace l'll sing you a song of the real commonplace, Of the many small things that our dentistry grace, Of burrs, and of knives and of chisels all sharp, That hymn a sweet tune like Te-rpsichore's harp. Of getting things ready to start to begin, Of stirring your mixtures while still they are thin, Of oiling tight joints and absorbing lost motion, Of using sharp pumice in sloppy solution. Of spatulas hot that will hit the right spot And do a job lacking no tittle or jot. Of waxes so strong and so hard and so tough That they rate with the honey bee's exudate stuff Of porcelain teeth looking somewhat abused, But artful appearing, as if they'd been used, Of clear lined striations, fluorescent and true, V To freshen appearance and start life anew. Gf flasks that are clean and precision that's tight, And free from greases, and hammering blight, Of index-ed casts poured out neatly and dense To resist a pressure that should be intense. , Of a well tinned bright matrix, for "dope" means confusion, Of a hydrocal cap that preserves the occlusion, Of facial dimension, bad chin chops effacing, Of centric relation, with the gothic arch tracing. Of using experience, a sharp piercing thorn To puncture each veil of illusion that's born, Of consulting with others, whose aid may be wise, And keeping quite active lest you polymerise. Add now the great genius, of close application lnextricably linked with a good reputation. Then of things commonplace I have sung, as you see, That makes for success in all good dentistry. -DAYTON DUNBAR CAMPBH1u'OZ .. -,. - .,.. ,.....,. ......L......,g.-.... wa..- M-, . .... Page IO9 3 v , l I N N Q 1 A I ' ronsst Hotel. ll CAROLINE HANSON -LETTA OSBORN Strictly Modern Rooms and Kitchenettes With or Without Bath I A i i HArrison 9669 920 FOIIEST AVE. oofii v STANDARD 9 Launderers and Dry Cleaners all M 5 o o o I 1112-24 Holmes Street Vlctor 0805 Q ill V me mtnuslon-But no You Know QQ that here is the real "Baby" that I have been look- ' ing for? It makes my scalp feel so fine-allays that ' l terrible itching and when used with a fast massage, 1 M makes me feel like a new person. Ask your dealer V for Lucky Tiger CRegularQ-50c and 31.00 Sizes- 1 1' l smaller sizes at 1Oc counters. Applications at Barber 1 and Beauty Shops. Made by I LUCKY TIGER MFG. CO. - KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI ' g T THE INEZ HOTEL Is Ideal for Students Because: CLEAN ROOMS -- NEAR SCHOOL - REASONABLE PRICES FRIENDLY MANAGEMENT P Vlctcr 4970 E. D. WILLIAMS, Owner and Manager 9th and Troost Page ll0 tl -i 7 ,V , I , 21 we Q :A I fl I I i , , I ,I ,V I ,.,. . 0, , , ,, ZZW K , , 7,,,Vl,', I ,iff fl ,yjjff I ,. V ' '.., -..NK A ..:11. Wnmff.. ff . . ',..,,A...Z,.!, fl f ' , ,, ,f . Lindemann submitted these pictures to the editor so you ask him what that house is in the upper right-hand corner, and ask him, too, who the girl is in his bed lwe presume it's your bedl. We hope this isn't some other dental student's lor anyone else'sl wite. Domestic, isn't it, though? . . . Pete seems to have turned out to be quite a "bust" ot things in the lower left , . , and doesn't that Albo look plenty smooth? , , Calhoun looks rather faded out in the lower right, do:sn't he? Page l l l A - ., A r, ..,s,,..,,.w-,, , ..-ew.-.n.-,gg .wus - f - - --' - -- -f--f-i--e!f- --- -- 7--ff--iw--vf --- --A V A. - 9 if-5 7......,,7.7..,. 5 I, M 7795 dank i iea :wwmeemvve-1-ff-'z-1:wg-X-W1-mv--mmmm-fxaza:asmxmzm-.fw.'rme,4-:ererece:ef-.fme-fx .-"we: - 6Ml2!2lZ DENTISTS ARE delighted to find themselves independent of time or weather conditions with Pelton E 85 O Light. Its color-corrected illum- ination is entirely without heat or glare. And it is the ONLY light which projects from any angle to correspond with the angle of vision. Shadowless, . . self-balancing . . streamlined. Try it and see the difference! THE PELTON 8. CRANE CO. 632 HARPER AVENUE - Demon, MICHIGAN Page ll2 R --, ef 1,3-.,., -, -4.5- , --W -g- ,A -- Y- . - . .4 . . .p-. . -..., . Q - ,...,-..,i .,,' ,. ,,-,1-,,,A-'f,,,-.- -. --.,. .-X . , s Y. f Y, , Y- !.i -: if H1 'L ,azz 1a.s:aQL2Q4..l5ra " Z.. -4 5:qf -fl ' ' ?'i igf j Z1:iY ' " ' v" "" A fr ",- ' H ' , j ..,g m'gL " '-'- i'-'- -' if --r e -5 ' - - : ' f - -F - - 'N .,, : .- g,, -- H - - e ff , - E I ,M-J - 3 5,5-M - ,K -2 -Q , e ' THE ANTI-CUPIDITY UNORCANIZATION CHARTER MEMBERS AYLSWORTH CRAWFORD KIRSCHBAUM -F. BADEEN DIMOND KLEIN SEB-lE2E'lDEK BALE DOBRONTE LIGHTFOOT 51-IEPARD BARRETT EVANS LINDEMANN TERAQKA BLANK FAUL, O. L. MOORE TIPPIN BRUBAKER FRENCH MOSE WALLMAN BUBCHAM CANDZ NEWLIN WASHBURN CALHOUN HILL, P. M. OD-O WEIR CONWAY, C. L. KAUFMAN POTTER WI-IITTQN CONWAY, R. W. KIES RUEB YAMANAKA P L E D C- E S HATFIELD and HALVORSON O F F I C E R S President .... .................. ....... A , O, RUEB Vice-President .. . R, pu FRENCH Secretary and Treasurer Scribe ............... ACTIVITIES K. TERAOKA .R. W. DIMOND As Doctress Cupid slowly but surely draws the fangs from our best wolves we of the Bachelors Club find ourselves fast slipping into the minority. The situation is fast getting out of hand in spite of President Rueb's Ithe Mulel fervent appeals to the members to abide by their pledges to remain single. In the past few meetings since the great deluge Ii. e., since- Deffenbaugh bought the ringl, President Rueb has been beginning his addresses to his few remaining faithful fol- lowers. "Gentlemen of the Bachelors Club, why buy a cow when milk is so cheap?" lThis was before the price of milk soared to fifteen cents a quart.I I-le usually finishes his ad- dresses with a famous quotation from Bloc's "Sex Life of Our Times," the essence of which is as follows: Marriage is an outworn institu-tion which seriously endangers the rights of the individual. At this the remaining members fall to their knees and pray for strength to resist those temptations which have proved to be the "Waterloo" for so many of our unfaith- ful members during the past three and one-half years. - ' During a recent officers meeting the officers made an- attempt to determine the reason or reasons for the great drop in membership. President Rueb suggests that the reason may be due to the long cold nights since the fuel rationing program has come into effect. Vice- President French stands staunch in his belief that the man shortage has led Doctress Cupid to the use of cowhorn "forceps," or. in other words. more forceful methods of purloining our members. Secretary-Treasurer Teraoka believes that both these reasons together with the fact that so many members are so selfish as to gulp down life all at once instead of sipping slowly of its contents. In the face of the fact that the school is to be taken over by the Army and Navy Col- lege Training Program with its provision for an allotment for the wife, we face complete disaster. As President Rueb would say, "Bachelors, fight the temptations as you would a dangerous enemy." The Twelfth Street Patrol, under the leadership of Beast Schneider and assisted by Odo. Teraoka and Lightfoot, has discovered some excellent spots and have done excellent work. They are to be commended for their efforts. The Class Spotters, under the able leadership of Evons, have revealed many new things to us that would otherwise have remained in the dark. The Committee on Anti-Marriage Propaganda under Chairman Sebert and Assistant Chairman Aylsworth has done much in the way of recruiting new members. Page II3 754: fl l . .. . - KT . , "Q,-4' 1-'01 'fr-" run- vuo:Lgnn5ug1ag:ux,11.-1qgf1f-'9-v-g-1wqgfl911 . , , .. ,,,. . - - '- E 2 3, ,V li iii if ll l . l l- . 5 i , ' K, I V: li X , S i 2 l 2 1 l ' i Q i 3 i M l l l i i A ' i y . l l i i, it ll li i l li 3 l l S fffi4fff77"" ' W!!-iff!! I l ' Follow through-Rose-Mammel. ' Still can't figure out how this picture was taken. 'i ' Smith and DeLong-afternoon oft. ' BUVHS in "l'IlSl' LOWVY Clinifi. ll ' Delta Sigma Delta regional-at Iowa City-it I could be the beginning of the party or the end -Blankenship always looks that dissipated. ,i ., ,f ii 1 , ig sl W. il ll , l , i I i Page ll4 ' The three wolves howling at a football game for a change. Delta Sig regional-Iowa City. We'd recognize you anywhere, Shepard, even though you are growing a little bald. ,, .- u ' l V, j - .W ,. v A 'V 7 ., . . .-, .- .- -M-L..:se.., ' - -'A' , r v...-.-J.ee-,1-'-Ref:.,, ,.f.',i-1. . , V, , ,5,,,3,:,,, - ,5,.,.,., ,., .z My-S.1..,.,,,,,,g.1 ,....fn..-.u,,.- .... ,......,.1,...,a.,:. .zz-.funnmga--1.----:...-v14uua-:xfpr----.--1.:-qufq..-.un.-s..:..--we-A--fx-, .ms-unvv-ux ..1-ng-u-n---...--wa. N.,.- g---.-.-.-I-.. .. nv HE RY CURE Photographer 214 East Eleventh Street KANSAS CITY, MU. VI. 4531 RELY UPGNi "FY1'stAid fbz' the Family " s For Best Results 1 This old familiar friend of your sLudent Work will stand by you when you are on your own. You and your instructors, your classmates and alumni, have used SCDIPHENE in thousands of clinical cases. Continue to use it in your profesf sional practice. Qld Grads, now veteran practitioners, report its valuable assistance ID preparatory medication and in post operative care. Prescribe SQDIPHENE for your patients' home treatment in cases of minor burns, cuts and scratches, applied full strength. Distributed Nationally MANUFACTURED BY THE SODIPHENE COMPANY KANSAS CITY, Mo. ... ,-,.......u,., V .....- m.- ...,..T.... ,...,,..., , , Page IIS ,......qa.. . V .. ... .-.mv -:ff-f-,.-..-Hr--Q--: -,vs-qv-mrvf-Q-n1:n-I-:-nv-z""1"'-v-2 , f 1 f , 7 7 f f ,.v gf 4 fig? 4 xl" a Q5 4 Q f ww ' 2, fs Q - ,H ,H xc. f f A f 4 ef-vw. ' Zim- L. J .173 7 15410 - Vwv ,..f.A1g, . , ,.-,V i., .. .,,:.,.. W-, .-, ...k.,:-if .. W, ' N.. Y- 14 --- Q... ,wx F . .. M.-.-,f..r-. --cp..-4:-,-.-,.---: -- au' ,,,M,n,4,,A:,,,.-g.,,vu.,4:Q-Mg, -.,.f,.,..:-.-L--:ra-Q.,-,h-g..-..:,.N A7.-..,.L.1- n- -, f-- Y- --- 1- -f ' ' -xud NTISTRY Meeid Zfze efzallenqe af Wad Wherever there are American soldiers you will find the dental profession on the job. To meet the unprecedented demands of our armed forces, no dental college has done a more vvholehearted job than the Kansas City-Western Dental College. Led in these activities by Dr. Roy I. Rinehart, the Dental College is represented in every corner of the globe. It is a great credit to their training, that these 'graduates of Kansas City-Western Dental College have achieved such a uniformly high standing. As a record of these War training days the 1943 Bushvvhacker makes a valuable contribution to the life of the College. To R. W. Dimond, Editor, and E. C. Deffenbaugh, Business Manager, We add our appreciation to that of the faculty and student body for preparing this outstanding annual. Chas. E. 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