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

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Ku. 1f:J,...1.1,,,may,:f.n,.'...ii5,.i-9.'q,.,..L.,-.-11,.. fl' "--V-1 f , er- -H- ' 1 if 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 LLY S KqAineAA liiqnagn 1111111111'1111311111111I111I11111111111111111111I111I11 5 A ,' 1 . avazg-comsmam Pu51LaQ1.ssRAa 1 W 30099 113 22 O97 Q Nmh independence Branch M g 4Q,,,,f Highway 234 81 Spring E Q 7 A ,1 If ind-fzpendmmce, MQ 64050 M ' Q' M" f' aio' ' 44 F1 F11 ! Z fi' mlb ' N , 1 1 1... , X 1 !1':"" T BUCK I ADMINISTRATION BUCK II CURRICULUM BUCK III CLASSES BUCK IV ACTIVITIES BUCK V FEATURES ff S ,X SQQXU 4 f fm A4125 F 1. If 0 lo Sr ff, II A S ' X Q1- I mah si 2 -rv -1 WI 9 'Ns 'Mx 3 A L-a f- Y? I lt L i 5 T 1 X.: .I 41, Iu- wi t 7, b 2, 289' Z vN.f t -lj. N t K Exactly twenty-five years ago C1920-1945, count iemj the first BUSHWHACKER rolled off the presses. Dr. Floyd Brice Hollingsworth edited this memorable book and Dr. Ralph Arnold Erickson worried about how it was to be paid for Cone thing that hasn't changed in 20 yearsl. This was the first year after the merger of the Kansas City Dental College and the Western Dental College. The first BUSHWHACKER was some annual, in- cidentally, due mainly to the expert cartoon work of Dr. Nathan L. Goldman. The staff of the '45 annual is the first to stick their necks way out by trying their hand at caricaturing the honored and esteemed faculty fwe hope they will forgive us--we pray they doj. We have tried to make this, the SILVER ANNI- VERSARY VOLUME, a bit different from the annuals in the past. We hope it is enoyable reading. We know you'll appreciate the pictures Ccspecially the division pagesj. The '45 BUSHWHACKER is the yearbook of a manis professional school and if in some instances liberties have been taken that might seem indiscreet or objectionable in a coeducational publication, we hope that you will understand and appreciate them for their wholesome good humor as they are intended. Well, on with this collection of thoughts and after- thoughts of the student body. We of the STAFF have had a great time publishing our 25th baby. We hope you have at least an amused smile on your face before you reach the last page. -THE STAFF. FIVE BUCK I ,I 4 V' Q50 1 fx' MW? i d 1- SEVEN Dean, School of Dentistry Dr R. J. Rinehart 14 ffziendq me M90 Another year and another issue of the Bushwhacker, one of the most cherished traditions of our school. On these pages are tabulated the intimacies of associates and characteristics of the faculty, either in likeness or com- ments. lt is a record that will be cherished by every graduate as long as life shall last. The memories of college days with all the challenges, victories, and defeats will be the most vital and dominat- ing in the years to come. It is hoped that every experience will serve as a useful lesson for experiences which will never leave us where they found us. It is expected that you will learn your sciences and develop your technique but there are other important considerations invaluable for success. Many subjects can be mentioned and ser- mons expounded about them, however, I don't wish to engage in preachments but l shall mention at this time two important ones, namely, loyalty and manners. If these two qualities are a dominant part of a man's char- acter they will embrace almost the whole category of essential personal qualities necessary for success of a pro- fessional gentleman and a useful citizen. ln one of Elbert Hubbard's terse but friendly bits of advice he says of "Loyalty,', "lf you work for a man in Heavens name work for him. If he pays you wages which supply you bread and butter, work for him. Stand by the institution he represents. If put in a pinch, an ounce of loyalty it worth a pound of cleverness. "lf you must vilify, condemn and eternally disparage - resign. If you do those things you are loosening the tendrils that are holding you to the institution and at the first high wind that comes along you will be uprooted and blown away and probably you will never know the reason whyf, Those immortal words of wisdom are applicable to every walk of life. Manners are the forerunners of good or bad impressions which will result in lasting friend- ships and business associations or in a limited number of friends and admirers. Nothing is more reasonable than good manners, they are the shadows of virtues. They emanate from an innate desire to be what a well behaved gentleman should be in the company of any class or group of individuals. It means the ability to make ready adjustments as the occasion may re- quire. C-ood manners are found in people who are charitable, honest, reasonable, and ever ready to attend to the discomforts and disquietudes of others. The great robbers of one's normal place in society is self-importance, vain conceit, rude, brusque, boresome and vindicative mannerisms. A person of good manners is alwavs sociable and complaisant, .yet possessed of inviting and winsome ways. The distinguishing trait of people accustomed to good society and which has always impressed me is the calm impertur- able quiet which pervades all their actions and habits from the greatest to the least. Low per- sons! cannot take up either a spoon or an affront without making an amazing noise about it. Wlio loves the rain and loves his home and looks on life with quiet eyes, him will l follow through the storm and at his hearth fire keep me warmf, CFrancis Shawl EIGHT These are essential qualities of character in building good will, a commodity so tremend- ously essential in developing and managing a practice. It is one of those intangible assets which everybody understands and which no one has been able to adequately define. Every business house values its good will and not simply sentimentally, but actually on the ledger. Steal away the good will which a firm enjoys and you undermine the foundation of its being. impair the good will which exists between a force of employees and their company and you prepare the way for a speedy collapse of the organization. If the good will of your patients is lessened by neglect, irritations over services rendered, or fees charged, or other in- dividual faults or characteristics, in time you will be blaming dentistry for your idle hours. In these times good will should be a deep concern with business houses and professional practices. The independent attitude and discourtesies shown by many clerks in stores, some proprietors and professional people, will not go unnoticed when times are normal. Abnormal prices and fees will have their serious repercussions. I sincerely hope that we as a faculty have done our part in helping you to develop those characteristics necessary for a successful professional career and that this issue of the Bush- whaclcer will ever refresh your mind with fruitful recollections of the important, stable and useful influences of the school as well as the many fond memories of incidents and associations. Roy RINEHART. 1 Nix li 1. N4-'JT . 1 .s sr . s ' - ,' I' Q 'wi' f I T . ff-. 4, of si W f , -- UWZ QA Nil- l gf '- ' .wr ,h ,Z an x' 'A XxxQnid4!lEfi'f:i'l'W'i"',l'His ii. '.-' f?7f'v?' U W M t T ., in wi ll fl ui ... , vfjfpflzgug gil? t sim' fhkwiifgiiiiliiw, - - -25 SSH? ' lil, ill fe ma our ii- -' f .Wu Nnlffilzrrf L' I:-r -, fa, Si fMil.ifiiiig5 If - t-. J- 2 .. o 9 'A ' ff Z! if Aifn X -L, -ii , NINE Dr. Clarence R. Decker President, University of Kansas City 'fo the 14 umni Sfllrfehfd 4114 ?2iendA of the School of ben UA tty On July 1 of this year we shall celebrate the fourth anniversary of the merger of the Kansas City-Western Dental College with the University of Kansas City. The years have passed swiftly. lt seems only yesterday that the Boards of Trustees of the Univer- sity and the College were seated about a table formulating plans for the long-anticipated union of the two institutions and looking forward into the years when the School of Dentistry, as one of the most important units of the greater University, would serve the community and the country with expanded facilities and increased usefulness. The aspirations of those days may have seemed to some at that time somewhat on the visionary side, but the progress of the past four years, in spite of the circumstances of war, has exceeded the fondest hopes of all of us. The academic program of the School of Dentistry has been integrated with that of the Uni- versity as a whole, the freshman' year in the School has been moved to the main campus, the physical facilities have been greatly expanded and modernized, the faculty has been enlarged and improved, and the national reputation o the School-always good-is today at the highest peak in the history of the School. But all this is just a good running start. Much remains to be accomplished. If our ultimate hopes did not rest on the assumption that we can build here the outstanding institution of its type in the entire country, we might easily rest on our oars- say to ourselves that we are already one of the largest and one of the best. We feel this to be true, and dental educators throughout the country have assured us that it is true. But we are not satisfied with being merely "one of the bestfi That is why we are continuing today to pull on the oars. We know, of course, that this kind of race never ends -that in education there are no limits except those of the human mind and spirit, if indeed THEY have any. But there are mile-posts along the way by which we measure ourselves and gather our strength for the laps ahead. And so as we enter into another four-year period, we have set for ourselves certain goals we hope to reach. We hope, among other things, to build a new dental building on the campus of the University, the preliminary plans of which are already prepared. We hope to enlarge our faculty. We hope to emphasize dental research to a far greater extent than ever before. We hope to integrate our studies more and more with related sciences. We hope to enter upon certain types of graduate study, so that students may continue beyond the regular course of study and so that alumni may return at regular intervals to refresh themselves in their profession and to acquire the constantly emerging new knowledge of the science and the practice of dentistry. We hope to concern ourselves more and more with the education of dentists as citizens no less than as scientists, so that they may be fully equipped to assume their full share of responsibility in the complicated and critical years ahead. These things, l say, we hope for, but the hope springs out of the profound belief that they can and will be achieved. This promise of the future is predicated upon the assumption that all of us will continue as a coopera- tive fellowship to pull together, with full speed ahead. We need particularly the generous and practical support of our large and distinguished body of Alumni. Quite apart from what they can contribute financially-important as that is-are the reassurance and inspiration such support brings to those of us charged with the immediate responsibility of carrying out these future plans. The Alumni, as a united and energetic body, should spur us on to ever greater effort and achievement. l have told you before that it is an honor to be your president. The past four years have made me even.more deeply aware of this honor, even as it has sharpened the sense of responsibility such an honor implies. lt is an honor to be associated with our Dean, Dr. Roy flames Rinehart, who is this year completing thirty-three years of service. It is an honor to belong to the fellowship of our great Alumni Association, whose members are giving distinguished service in all parts of the world. It is an honor to work with our present student body whose ability and achievement in the classrooms and laboratories today need give us no cause for concern about the "younger generationf' If anything, we need to guard our own laurels, for these young fellows are already pushing us hard. All of these things contribute to the honor of being your president, but, over and above them all, l must confess, is the simple and unaffected pleasure of belonvino to a company of able scientists, constructive citizens and good fellows. O O TEN -CLARENCE R. DEGKER. ,W ' H. . k -- 1 ' - - 4- I - - A --'-1- H flseagrgxvh..,.,::r2,.,-1mi'r1fza'is!ag3+-EGISEQGSS-wfiemiUsefiiif. 1-E'-?1':Srf-:fr-::1a::L2e1 f33bEr'J!?!5:w1, 5' 735.15 v-V 1'-V-'-F9-Y 77-J'f-'ff'3li"'?i1l:' xry M11 Iy. er- uns Hg of rve 11d Hi Jie led dme ni- :en ken ged ays JOL pes the gest red are iept by her mgs, are HLCI ope 1 of I to 3 to , so ical hey Iera- ical Jule 2 of Is a rne Jnor ting Zion, our e us Ifor your Snug X g Maw, LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING gg I ELEVEN I A I H 5 x 4 1 r k ..,.v I .rf.:. ' ' - F F .-.. ' 3 X 1:1 2 -wf,1s::f.f4s .:1.:5wf.:,.v.:'c5 . ., QM q ,,.-,. QV. , x,.x,, M .4, Y ' K ' A ' J l'.-lux-li 1f:Y1Jx1.'-7Ls:a-i5.1'.v.zh-1,.V . M fr U., ,-. V rx A N ,. . ,- J.. , , ,- 1 K N, 1 fi k N? L,-1, - - . . -cf-2 -, -fa, --,en-QQL-.1 3-1-U 1 ,-.Q .N xx 404225 AQ' M2901 7 Xiww W 5.33: ,5534-5.41.1 - 34. 31-:,, . .-.uv In , ., ,, , . .V V , W i, vi y an EDWARD L. DILLON 11920, 19415, Protessorial lnstructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. D.D.S. 119175, Western Dental Col- lege. DAYTON DUNBAR CAMPBELL 11923, 19415, Proiessorial ln- structor in Prosthetic Dentis- try. D.D.S. 119925, Kansas City Dental College. , ?4c'u1fq RALPH T. HAUETTER 11940, 19415, Lecturer in Prosthetic Dentistry. D.D.S. 119335 Kansas City-Western Dental , College. LESTER M. GATES 119415, 19415, Lecturer in Operative Dentistry, Director oi Lowery Clinic. DDS. 119265, Kansas City-Western Dental College. H. WILSON ALLEN 11931, 19415, Lecturer in Exoolontia. D.D.S. 119065, Chicago College oi Dental Surgery. CLAUDE W. O'DELL 11923, 19415, lnstructor in Oral Pathology. B.S. 119195, Kansas State Teachers. D.D.S. 119235, Kansas City-Western Dental College. ' 'x ,W 1 ,f ,l tied X., My pnjlgifzjffi. ' 1 LP IOHN V. BROWN 11928, 19415, Lecturer in 1 Prosthetics. D.D.S. 119205, Kansas City- .,,--1 -"" Western Dental College. "'l41ll. if EARL V. CONOVER 11939, 19415, Protes- sorial lnstructor in Crown and Briclge. 1 D.D.S. 119325, Kansas City-Western Den- tal College. ' 5 1 : - WALTER C. DENGEL 119415, Assistant in Clinical Dentistry. D.D.S. 119425, Kansas City -Western Dental College. IOHN M. CLAYTON 11931, 19415, Lecturer in Pedoclontia. D.D.S. 119225, Kansas City- Western Dental Col- lege. DONALD A. CLOSSON 11939, 19415, Lecturer in Orthodontics. D.D.S. 119365, Kansas City-Western Dental College. OTHO DUNCAN 119425, Assistant in Clinical Dentistry. D.D.S. Western Dental Col- lege. 119295, Kansas City- G E L 1 t in 5 tr y. :nsas ental 1' O N :turer D.D.S. City- Col- LSON :turer t ic s. xnsas 'ental 19421, inical 1. D. S. City- Col- ?4c'ulfq THOMAS B. MCCRUM 11938, 19411, Lecturer in Dental 1-lealth Education. D.D.S. 119911, Northwestern. LEONARD E. CARR 11928, 19411, Protessorial lnstructor in Crown and Bridge, ALBERT L. REEVES 11918, 19411, Lecturer in Dental Iurispruclence. B. S.D. 118941, AB. 118881, Steelville Norrnalp LL.D. 119401, William lewell. LESLIE L. EISENBRANDT 11938, 19421, Assistant Pro- tessor ot Physiology and Director ot Research. B.A. 119321, Emporia: MS. 119341, Kansas State: Pl'1.D. 119381, Rutgers. ff-151671756 ,jQ,f19e1wefL7" RALPH W. FROST 119421, Assistant in Clinical Dentistry. D.D.S. 119281, Kansas City-Western Dental College. f LAWRENCE P. ENGEL 11924, 19411, Lec- turer in Surgery. A.B. 119181: lVl.D. 119191, Kansas. ADOLPH K. HERNDON 119421, Assistant in Clinical Dentistry. D.D.S. 119281, Kansas City - Western Dental College. y F. HUBERT EVERSULL 11929, 19411, Lecturer in Practice Manage- ment. D.D.S. 119281, Kansas City-Western Dental College. CHARLES A. KOEHLER 11927, 19411, Protes- sorial lnstructor in Anatorny. B.S. 119211, 1VI.D. 119231, Creigh- ton. ALBERT E. UPSHER 119421, Lecturer in Pathology. A.B.1l9351, Oklahoma: lV1.D. 119391, Baylor. RALPH I. HAMPTON 119421, Assistant in Clinical Dentis- try. D.D.S. 119281, Kansas City-Western Dental College. ROY L. FELKNER 119421, Assist- ant in Clinical Dentistry. D.D.S. 119271, lowa. IOSEPH G. EVANS 119395, Lec- turer in Anatomy. BS. 119325, M.D. 119345, Kansas FORREST W. HUNTINGTON 11925, 19415, Associate Protes- sor oi Chemistry. AB. 119195, A.M. 119285, Kansas, D.D.S. 119295, Kansas City - Western Dental College. RALPH W. EDWARDS 11921, 19285, Director ot the Clinic, Professor of Oral Surgery. D.D.S. 119215, Kansas City- Western Dental Collegey BS. 119375, Roclchurst. FRANK C. NEFF 11932, 19415, Lecturer in Diet and Nutri- tion. M.D. 118975, University Medical College: Sc.D. 119315, Kansas Wesleyan. MELVIN H. MORROW 119425, Director ot Cral Surgery Department. D.D.S. 119345, Kansas City-Western Dental College. IOHN C. WARNOCK 11925, 19415, Dental Economics. D.D.S. 118995, Chicago College ot Dental Surgery. 3gQ":l'l N-L, I f IVAN PRATT 119425, Assistant Professor ot Anatomy. B.A. 119325, Emporia: M.S. - xv .j 119355, Kansas State, Ph.D. 119385, ,L Z U -77 Wisconsin. W A .151 1 452' 4 7 W. WAYNE WHITE 11925, 19415, Protes- 1X 'J sorial Instructor in Orthodontics. D.D.S. '- 1 119225, Kansas City-Western Dental College. W f-vi ii BN' - in-J., . - 77 1 FRED A. RICHMOND 11937, 19415, Dental Associations. D.D.S. 119195, Kansas City Dental College. DONALD E. BR O WN 119445, Lecturer in Medicine. AB. 119395, M.D. 119435, Harvard. H. RICHARD MCFAR- LAND 11934, 19415, Lecturer in Anesthe- sia and Hygiene. A.B. 119265, Kansas: B.S., D.D.S. 119315, Kansas City-Western Dental College. HARRY M. MCFAR- LAND 11927, 19415, Oral Surgery. D.D.S. 119825, Western Den- tal College. GE1 ir IN I OI' C V WA 1l E EDI 11 ir 11 HEI L I1 11 B Uf T S. V it t Professor of flporiaz M.S. Ph.D. 119331, 9411, Profes- ntics. D.D.S. tern Dental IICHMOND 11, Dental ns. D.D.S. nsas City llege. B R O WN cturerin A.B. 119391, 1, Harvard. 1 MCFAR- 34, 19411, Anesthe- Jiene. A.B. isas: B.S., 11, Kansas irn Dental MCFAR- 27, 19411, ry. D.D.S. tern Den- 74601171 PAUL F. STOOKEY 119411, Clinical Professor of Medi- cine and Medical Research. M.D. 119131, Chicago Col lege of Medicine and Surgery. ROBERT KORITSCHONER 11927, 19411, Professorial ln structor in General Pathology. M.D. 119101, Vienna. O. RAY PENICK 119421, Assistant in Diagnosis. D.D.S 119261, Kansas City-Western Dental College. EDWARD L. STEWART' 11905, 19411, Professorial ln- structor in Histology and Bacteriology. M.D. 119031, v-"R Kansas. I ' -6 . sim. F-E - 111 GEORGE NAGAMOTO 119441, instructor in Oral Pathology. D.D.S., BS. 119321, tml' 59 -f-- - M.D.Sc. 119391, Southern California. - - A 'Wim' l 1 1 1' 1 , . '11 - IOHN W. RICHMOND 119421, Assistant in 0 L' CQJ Orthodontics. D.D.S. 119251, Kansas City- 1 5 1 1 Q Western Dental College. , - , f u 11 WALLACE C. BROWN 119421, Professor of Etymology. EDWARD H. SKINNER 11933, 19411, Lecturer in Radiology. M.D. 119041, St. Louis. HENRY I. EAGER 119421, Lecturer in Dental Iurisprudence. LLB. 119201, Michigan. BUFORD G. HAMIL- TON 11935, 19441, Oh- stetrics. M.D. 119051, Washington Univers- ity 1St. Louis1. ALBERT L. REEVES, IR. 11933, 19411, Lecturer in Dental luris- lorudence. A.B. 119271, William lewellg LLB. 119311, Missouri. ROY I. RINEHART 11912, 19251, Professor of Crown and Bridge. Dean of University of Kansas City School of Den- tistry. D.D.S. 119021, Western Dental College. xlleceased OTHO W. WASHBURN 119435, Operative Dentistry. B.S., D.D.S. 119435, University of Kansas City. ALFRED O. RUEB 119435, Opera- 1l9435, University of Kansas City. I fqcqltq EARL C. PADGETT 11930, 19415, Clinical Professor of Maxillo-facial Surgery. BS. 119185, Kansas: MD- 1l9185, Washington 1St. Louis5. I NORMAN A. MOORE 11924, 19415, Registrar, Associate Professor of Oral I-Iistology and Pathology. AB. 119185, Emporia, D.D.S. 119245, Kansas City-Western Dental College. CHASTAIN G. PORTER 11922, 19415, Professorial Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. D.D.S. 119225, Kansas City W e s t e rn Dental College. W 1 G Wm 0 ESTER N. GLAZE 119425, Assistant in Clinical Dentistry. D.D.S. 119195, Kansas C.ity-Western Dental College. Z 1 KENNETH D. RUDD 1 l 4 5 L I Lk Q15- g d ' , I Q.. X H A fix wt , I E 23 rf 11943, 19445, Crown and Bridge. B.S., D.D.S. 119435, Univer- sity of Kansas City. LYNVAL E. DAVIDSON 11920, 19415, Professorial Instructor in Operative Dentistry. D.D.S. 119175, Western Dental College. FRANCIS M. CALMES 11928, 19415, Associate Professor of Opera- tive Dentistry. D.D.S. 119275, B.S. 119285, Kan- sas City-Western Dental Collegeg M.D.Sc. 119415, South- ern California. DON E. WOODARD 11933, 19415, Oral Di- agnosis. D.D.S.1l9235, Iowa: M.S.D. 119305, Northwestern. R E U B E N BERKOWITZ 119445, Lecturer in First Aid. D.D.S. 119355, Kansas City-Western Dental College. WILTON W. COGS- WELL 11935, 19415, Oral Surgery. D.D.S. 119135, Kansas City Dental College. ROY Ass D e 119- Kar MAX 1194 Clir D.D ity ORTFR1 .E LMES Jciate Jpera- D.D.S. 1, Kan- s t e r n e q e : South- 1ARD a1 Di- 119235, 119305, JWITZ e r in 119355, 'estern OGS- 19415, D.D.S. a City ?4c'ulfq CARL W. SAWYER 11926, 19415, Associate Professor ot Operative Dentistery, Director ot the C1inic. D.D.S. 119255, Kansas City-Western Dental Co11eqe. FORREST W. HUNTINGTON 11925, 19415, Associate Pro- fessor ot Chemistry. AB. 119195, M.A. 119265, Kansas City-Western Dental Co11eqe. DOYLE I. SMITH 119455, Assistant in C1inica1 Dentistry. D.D.S. 119365, Washington University Dental Schooi. IOSEPH F. IACOBS 119435, Assistant in Prosthetic Den- tistry. D.D.S. 119435, University ot Kansas City. Joi-IN M. sr-HMOKAWA 119435, Assistant ,lg in Crown and Bridge. D.D.S. 119435, Uni- versity ot Kansas City. LAUREL R. SETTY 119435, Assistant in Bac- .Q , terio1oqy. A.M. 119305, Kansas, Ph.D. 1 "ff 19395, Corne11. a ' V A SIKE I. BIAS 119445, Assistant in C1inica1 , 6 , Dentistry. D.D.S. 119445, University oi , I Kansas City. i L-.Aj w t , 1 . Q 1 .9 1 HM! x 11 11515 C1inica1 Dentistry. D.D.S. 119435, Univers- X 1 5,1 ity ot Kansas City. - Xt" 'V Lf LEO REID SHEPARD 119445, Assistant in ki ' 1 ROY I. MACE 119445, Assistant in C1inica1 Dentistry. D.D.S. 119445, University ot Kansas City. MAX G. HILLENKAMP 119445, Assistant in C1inica1 Dentistry. D.D.S. 119445, Univers- ity ot Kansas City. ORTHODONTICS DE PT 9,29 I 0 .1 7 Q ' I I iw rv Y . Wt I f 5 VERNE E. HOWARD 119445, Assistant in Prosthetic Den- tistry. BA. 119415, Wichita: D.D.S. 119445, University of Kansas City. GEORGE E. YANCEY 119445, Assistant in C1inica1 Den- tistry. D.D.S. 119445, Univers- ity ot Kansas City. in luema-alum TWENTY DR. EDWARD L. STEWART 1887 - 1945 Iid like to live the old life o'erg . N., . . ,, - .ff eg..--egrrfxzaef-fa -fem-.5 -fe.,-.ef 'Lee-f:a-Eifaifwiil-552'-3 fs1ff2fi.'.1zff1vi1i ,wtf--e 51 'ffv t"L"L" 3 ' ' " ' " " .. 4 .. .. -. ., , .,.. , - . , , , M ,, in -in -an - -.mur,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dr. Edward Lovelle Stewart, 63, died' January 24-th at his home, 2520 Jackson. He practiced medicine in Kansas City 42 years, specializing in bacteriology and pathology, and for the last 35 years has been a professor in these fields at the Kansas City-Western Dental College. Dr. Stewart was born 7 taining a reserve commission until his death. in Platte County, Missouri. He was a colonel in World War I re- His hobby was poetry and he was urged by Dean Rinehart to have his poems published. ," which is dedicated to the Kan- They were published in 194-0 in a book, '4Poems of a Doctor sas City-Western Dental College. In the introduction Dr. R. J. Rinehart said "Dr. Stewart 9 was not conscious of building a memorial when he wrote his poems, nor was he endeavoring to make his name remembered-although he succeeded in doing both." Dr. Stewart was a great lover of boys and greatly enjoyed teaching. He would often close his lectures with a poem and occasionally, on a hot sultry summer afternoon, he would yield to the request of his students and recite from his vast memory collection of epics. The many students and graduates of the University of Kansas City School of Dentistry regret the sudden and untimely death of Dr. Stewart as he was loved by all who knew him. RETROSPECTION A doctoris life Fd choose again: Pd live it as I did before. , I doubt that I could raise my score By one degree or letter. Perhaps some changes I might make, But when accountings I would take, We,d find I'd made a great mistake, 'Twas worse instead of better. Iid want to graw up on a farm, Be pure in heart, and strong in arm, Be tempered by sunshine and storm, Where folks can walk a mile. To live among the birds and trees, Among the flowers and honey bees, W'here one knows all the folks he sees, And greets them with a smile. Nobetter home lid want to know Than that where silvery ripples flow, And trees like stately giants grow. I'd want my parents, too. And when the hours for play would come With the same crowd Iid want to run, And last, I'd want one loyal chum, And that chum would be you. Pd cure the sick, relieve their pain, The youthful mind I'd strive to train, Pd live the simple life. And when the time would come to wed, You well can guess from what Iive said Who to the altar would be led, There to become my wife. And then, as on life's journey runs, I'd want three stalwart, handsome sons, Three boys just like the present ones, No other kind would do. And if youid ever see the way That mother acts from day to day, I think you'd join with me and say That she would want them too. I do not wish to here imply My life has been a cloudless sky. I would not have it so that I Should never taste of sorrow. There are clouds at times for everyone, But when they from the sky are done, 'Tis sweet to know the friendly sun Shines brighter on the morrow. --E. L. Stewart TWENTX ONE Uvice of the 61446 en LETTS WILSON REYNOLDS MABRY KINCAID DR. MOORE VARNER BRIMER We have cr student council. in tgct, two student councils. Men trom the School ot Dentistry gre elected to the university student council to decide irnportgnt issues like dgnces, picnics Cwe cgll 'em thgtl gnd other gssorted clgm bglces. One senior, one junior, one sophomore, gnd three treshmen gre elected-three treshmen becguse the treshmgn dentgl student cgn spend more time in extrg- curriculgr gctivities gs he hgs nothing much to think gbout except gngtomy, physiology, gnd other gssorted sngp subjects. This council meets regulgrly Conce in gwhilel with rnuch pushing, plegding gnd ultimgtums from the high potentgte. Although the dentgl students need no governing, irnggine dentgl students needing looking gttery there gre ten old men ggthering ground the mghogony tgble to chin gbout this gnd thgt on frequent Sgturdgys. We elect these sgintly custo digns ot our ge-nergl Weltgre from the tour clgsses gnd when the importgnt things hgve been hgshed gnd re-hgshed Cdrgtt bogrd proclgimgints, Women-gnd "Where were you when the curie-W bleW?"l the little things gre tgken up. By little things We megn the senior outing CPD gnd "how cgn We get the diplorngs even srngller so thgt We mgy cgrry them ground in our billtoldslu You see, this body ot men reglly iunctionsy they get us Whgt We Wgntp tour-hour dgys, long summer vgcgtions, gnd more outings CPD in the spring- time. They gre now Working on g Wgy to end the Wgr so the seniors will hgve gn ideg ot where they will be gtter the Stgte Bogrds hgve tgken them. "0 hgil the Student Council, our tgmed Protectors." TWENTY-Two E'-'fvflviv-:144'f.fk1.-1'i 4:'522?IieW1zi1ir1'5aL?E5ea?5s2ae-4F- .,'faQf-gggaeggeifitfffyqg:il2Sj3a22f,5.:ai,,,5., , H.: L4 HW-,.L,:,r, ,I-E:,.:,r,,, 5 ,, TL. W-,AQ A 71: .,..,5,.:,,,,5. T..:-:,,,,,,,,,,,EH,, M, l, v , .-....-......r uanmwm 7 ZR E' 'ijii' 5. fr fm en .G- nd lg, TIG an es is, 351 so 9Y iq- ire ed ffice Pew vnnel BERNADIN E SUMME Student Records HELEN H. ADAMS Secretary to Dr. Rinehart ELIZABETH STROUP Bookkeeper RUTH VOGEL Librarian MAHGRET B. POTTS Secretary to Dr. Rinehart LOUISE POTTS Sienographer MARY HU FFMAN Librarian MARY K. ORR Bookkeeper and Cashier ! I i TWENTY-THREE BILLIE EVANS Assistant Receptionist NELL BANNER Radiodontia Department LOUISE LEACH Dispensary MARTHA DONOVAN Surgery Department VESTA MIZER Dispensary MILDRED CLARK Dispensary SUE AMBROSE Radiodontia Department NELLIE WEDDLE Dispen sary GEN EVIEVE ROTH Research Department MARIE BUTNER Receptionist Clinic Peuvnnel TWENTY-FOUR Xammm.. ............nvw.:..n-.m.r.n....c1aa...U 0565 OF Op I 9 SURGERY 4 Qi EW 'ai ijfffi :N ' 0MT38 H0 E, o? gf ' S-sic. gfqiy Q Y IINSG 6 X' Kij If f 6 v - 1 3 X -"' if W 3 'K .N j lil, JI I J sw' Z Gwcfl. flu f9PP0wr14fnf rs M55 Dkfcfrefs ydzfief Zaaxwc lovely 7'0Mo1fr!" SE LEC TW E se RV ace iN..w,, ' BOARD . N WN f V in ,- f'- 0' ' " "'A f 3 7 lf x ZX Q 5 . A X ' X L Qfxiv xs, 0 I f' 4, 6 1 X' X R7 4 1 Hx X "' 'B f J N f f 'IIHIX M E f I I I Q V' Q7 f Wo? ll We have DEC 1050 To 166001 ssnfy you 5,141 111 .. 7'fl6K6'f5' We mffua wfwfvcr Q I WITH your: EyE5,-1 09 ff! TWENTY-FIVE BUCK H ...-..:,11.m' ,, -, -... .. 1. ,.-, --u...r 'XQX I A 'f m 4" N S 'lk I " 1 Y 'N-1 -In 'Q p E M f T mu um -1 f-21 GF' " 'J' Wm WM ""'s. z 1 A A -fx Gi.-siifv.. .Q ' ' ,V 4, 4. pa. mwnommy f ff-f xx . --vr- L :'.'rLif, .2 f ,nv 0, Q 5 7 Q 1. Hmm af 1 N vw Q 1, 'Q avwxx YQ pf? f f Z 1 2 A '- ' c 1- h S 14 2 d x :I 7, 9 nf I- H d ' i 'e 'e .C 'e Y n 3- rs .i- 11 an O- ts C- H- or e. 1e xt- 1s 1e 1e ue th d, ve cd ed an Hnafvmq . . . is the science of the structure of a body and the relation of its parts. The value of anatomy to the student of dentistry is apparent, for how can one treat or diagnose unless he knows the structures with which he is concerned? The stu- dent is taught the systems of the human body both in class and in the dissection laboratory in order that he may later correlate in his mind the relationship between dental diseases and the systemic reactions occuring because of them. The Dental School boasts sanitary, individual, modern tanks filled with preserving fluid in which the dissecting cadavers are kept in the dissection laboratory. These tanks are easily converted into tables around which the four students assigned to each cadaver Work during the year of gross human anatomy. The thorough course in anatomy given by Dr. Charles A. Koehler, head of the department, absorbs most of the Freshman dental student's time during his first year of dental school. 0741 Sqtgekq . . . is an art practiced by the dentist after he has had a thorough foundation in the various sciences of dentistry and has assiduously applied himself in general clinical dentistry. The dental student upon becoming a senior is assigned to the surgery department for a prescribed number of days each semester. Most of the work done in the oral surgery department is done by the surgery appointees, five outstanding men of the senior class appointed for the duration of the semester. Supervision of the department rests on the shoulders of Dr. Melvin Morrow who has done a great deal in building up the department in recent years. Our fine surgery department and the close collaboration of Kansas City General Hospital and Bell Memorial Hospital affords the dental student interested in oral surgery many opportunities to learn more about this field. THIRTY +-. z 112- fs:-s5q1:l:f'::f:Lw'lr-we Cmvn 4nd Kbidge View tlceAiA . . . is defined as that part of prosthetic dentistry which deals with the restoration of one or more, but not all, of the natural teeth in the arch. This field of dentistry calls upon every skill the dentist has at his disposal. By the time the student reaches this phase in dental school he is familiar with the various tissues of the mouth and their reaction to appliances. This knowledge together with the skill he has obtained in designing of restorations and his ability to reproduce lost parts of the mouth esthetically enable him to handle any of the crown and bridge problems of his patients. The department is under the super- vision clinically of Dr. Kenneth Rudd, theoretical supervision of Dr. L. Carr, and laboratory super- vision of Dr. E. Conover. There are two crown and bridge appointments given each semester of the senior year to outstanding seniors in- terested in this field. Firm tlcetic ben tiA tty . . . is the branch of dental science whereby any lost or missing parts of the dental organism are replaced by artificial substitues. The department of prosthetics of the School of Dentistry realizing the importance of restoration of lost dentitions and other facial restorations, provides demonstrations and lectures on the practical as well as the theoretical aspects of the subject through every semester of the four years. The department is under the excellent guidance of such notable prosthedontists as Dr. Dayton Dunbar Campbell and Dr. Chastain G. Porter, assisted by Dr. Ioseph lacobs. The department due to the efforts of these men has become one of the leading pros- thetic departments of the entire country. THIRTY-ONE C'lcemiA tty . . . is the departmental head under which fall courses in dental materials, biochemistry, materia medica, thera- peutics, toxicology, and pharmacody- namics. Special attention is paid to materials used in Dentistry in these courses, being tested and analyzed with the most modern equipment. The chemistry department occupies the en- tire west wing of the third floor and the majority of the fourth floor, includ- ing two modernly equipped well lighted and Ventilated laboratories as well as two supply rooms, the study and library of Dr. Huntington, head of the depart- ment, and a large display of accepted dental remedies and other materials used in the practice of Dentistry. Due to the dental professions increased in- terest in therapeutics in recent years, the new laboratory on the fourth floor has been added to the department in the last year. When the student has finished the prescribed courses in this department he has a thorough knowl- edge of the properties and action of the drugs and materials he will use in his practice. TIiIRTY'TWO i 5 i 7 b I I l 1 t V l 4 l Emi u l I I I 4 - ffm, ,, , g gl : :Lauri e- e T 2:,1T,,ig1t2F-visieet-Taieeeffm-. aee::.feesgg35f1:5,?P I I E hz. 4 1' yt l ,. A U 5 at il. . niELi!!"!'?El'lffX! .. " Ill QL!! 'SI lllll SEEEEEBEEEE!! -f'L"'ii'EE.!9lt1iEs2' 1 "'5EC1E5!.-es!!! asf" an -o.. 60.664765 . . . is defined as a systematic stud-y of certain phenomena by the experimental method. lt is through research that today new discoveries are being made that a few short years ago were not believed to have been possible. Research symbolizes the progress of man. It has forever been a challenge for man's never ending strive to someday reach the ultimate. Research is con- stantly going on in every department of the School of Dentistry. In the departments of histology and pathology with Dr. Nagamoto, Dr. Moore and Dr. Iacobsg in the department of chemistry and physics under the direction of Dr. Huntingtong the prosthetics department is testing better methods of curing methyl resins, the crown and bridge departments is experimenting with new forms of stainless steels, and so it goes through every department. Realizing the importance of constant research Work in the various dental fields, the University of Kansas City School of Dentistry or- ganized an official research laboratory on August l, 1942. Dr. L. L. Eisenbrandt was chosen as di- rector of research to conduct and correlate the work. With his assistant, Genevieve Roth, Dr. Eisenbrandt is expanding new fields in his re- search on the Lactobacilli, its relation to pl-l and caries, the acidity of saliva, and on topical applications of Sodium Flouride in caries pre- vention. Many of his findings being published in the lournal of Dental Research. Using the finest apparatus obtainable the work of the research department will continue until the dawn of a caries free world is realized. TH1RTY-THREE BUCK III x Wm Q ggi-Xgyf A "' N A 'V P w f.'-L. N-if 40' N-P ! X N7 ' . 1' X ix 4-x ! 19.1 1 1 f' 'HT ' ' f N 1 1 rx! K i 4 Lx + w ' T HIRTY-FIVE 5 Q gk. ? N kr, 2,-J Ge, 4.- f2D?2L' THIRTY SIX Tony wxll you come over cmd study anatomy wxth me ionxghto Multi f DAN KINCAID RAY THARP IOE GREEVER President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer The Senior? C7444 Another school year rushes to a close-and with its passing comes a sudden realization that our class will soon be gone. It's hardly possible! Seems only yesterday we came here. But here we stand at the milepost of graduation, our days with cadavers and dentechs long past, our e-xperi- ences in the clinic coming to an end. , To properly state our reflections is difficult to do. But this we can say-we leave with appre- ciation for our fine school, its leaders and its unusual opportunities for dental education. We leave with regret the fine fellowship experienced here, the warm friendships we have made. We leave with confidence in the future of our school. More so than with any preceding class, we face an immediate future of considerable uncer- tainty. Will the Navy need dentists? Or the Army? ls our place in a hospital or clinic? Can we start civilian practice now? These are the questions constantly in our minds. Perhaps some of us know where we will be, and for the others the future will soon unfold. This much we do know. As dentists we are able to render a vital health service for our nation. As patriotic citizens we are ready to serve wherever needed and without complaint. Ours is a great challenge to accept! Let each man be filled with a love for his profession, with a kee-n curiosity for learning, with a constant effort to increase his ability to serve humanity. One goal we've gained in the game of life, but many more remain. And now we turn to the next great game, full of hope, confidence, and courage. We leave with an appreciation for those who have helped us which could well be expressed by a few lines from a poem "Do lt Now," by the late Dr. E. L. Stewart. 0ft it is procrastination Holds us back in some strange way, Postpones to some distant future g Things that we should do today. So, if friends or kin have helped you Win the laurels you have won, Waste no time, go now and thank them, D0 not wait until they're gone. -RAY Tl-IARP. THIRTY-SEVEN . ,,,, - - , , ,..,..-..,-.1.,i,,.Q,..s1Q,z+fq W .. .Eu .. .. du ....--.-.- , E. A. ABERNETHY Altus, Okla. Okla. Baptist Univ. Xi Psi Phi Orthodontics Appoirltmefli Student Council '42 Vice-Pres. of Class '43 MARCUS I. AMOTT Port Scott, Ks. Fort Scott lunior College Delta Sigma Delta GEORGE H. BAKER Crebs, Okla. North Texas State Psi Omega BERT BASS Eldorado, Kansas Kansas State Wichita University Eldorado Iunior College Kansas University George Washington Univ. Tulsa University Rockhurst College GEORGE F. BOLINGER Cushing, Okla. Olzlchoma A. G M. Crown and Bridge Apmt. Delta Sigma Delta Prosthetic Appointment Student Assistant THIRTY-EIGHT WM. F. ALEXANDER Wichita, Ks. Wichita University Delta Sigma Delta IAMES K. AVERY Pueblo, Colo. Colorado' University Pueblo Iunior College Psi Omega IAMES W. BARNETT Phillips, Texas Texas Tech. Delta Sigma Delta Pres. of Class '44 Who's Who I. W. BEEBY Huntsville, Ark. Arkansas University Xi Psi Phi IACK T. BREIHAN Rock Springs, Wyo. Kemper Military Acad. Psi Omega Vice-Pres. of Class '42 ' ' - f --cf--1-1 --4 -12 "-arse.-fs:1E?S's:L14 -r CHARLES K. CARSON, IR. Cheyenne, Wyo. University of Wyoming Xi Psi Phi Surgery Appointment Secy. of Class '44 Who's Who BEN W. CAUDLE Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma University Delta Sigma Delta Orthodontics Appointment Secy. of Class '43 CLIFFORD R. CLARKE Berkley, Calif. Denver, University Colorado College Delta Sigma Delta Bushwhacker, '45 L. H. CORDONIER Troy, Kansas Kansas University Xi Psi Phi Pres. of Class '44 Student Council Who's Who A ' IACK R. DELHOTEL Laverne, Okla. University of Oklahoma University of Kansas City WM. L. CARTER Oklahoma City, Okla. Central State Teachers Delta Sigma Delta Dental U. News Staff DAVIS W. CHEEK Pittsburg, Ks. Kansas State Psi Omega KEN I. COGSWELL Colorado Springs, Colo. New Mexico Mil. Institute CECIL E. CROSS Kingfisher, Okla. University of Oklahoma DALE P. DEVORE Independence, Ks. Independence Ir. College Delta Sigma Delta Surgery Appointment Operative Appointment Omicron Kappa Upsilon THIRTY-NINE HOWARD A. DEXTER Winfield, Ks. Kansas University Psi Omega GRADY D. DONATHAN Wilburton, Okla. Eastern Oklahoma A. G M. Xi Psi Phi Crown and Bridge Apmt. Student Assistant I. DONALD DUENSING ORLIS I. DURNELL Harrisonville, Mo. Central Missouri State Delta Sigma Delta L. D. ETLING Boise City, Okla. Panhandle A. G M. Xi Psi Phi Orthodontics Appointment Omicron Kappa Upsilon PHIL D. FALKENSTIEN Onaga, Ks. Scottsbluff lunior College JAMES E. FINLEY Flemington, Mo. Springfield Teachers Xi Psi Phi IAY T. ESTEP Gothenburg, Nehr. University of Colorado Psi Omega Diagnosis Appointment Student Assistant FRANK B. FIMPLE Pueblo, Colo. University of Colorado Psi Omega Grand Master, Psi Omega Student Council Who's Who TACK C. FISCHER Houston, Texas Kemper Military Academy University of Texas, Delta Sigma Delta FORTY Texas Dental College Psi Omega ' ' " ' TH? lil' - 353'-if -Q Eff!" En?-?-ieiiizf-".' . E1-f,:rs e-. , if .. 1:-"rx-zz ROBERT D. FORDYCE Oswego, Ks. Kansas University Delta Sigma Delta Student Council LYNN GERSTER Kansas City, Mo. University of Arkansas So. West Mo. State Delta Sigma Delta Lowery Clinic Appointment WM. N. GIBBENS Oklahoma City, Okla. Vanderbilt University Xi Psi Phi Orthodontics Appointment IOE E. GREEVER Tahleguah, Okla. Northwestern State X1 Psi Phil Surgery Appointment Sec'y. of Class '45 ROBERT V. HADERLEIN Frontenac, Ks. Kansas State Delta Sigma Delta Surgery Appointment BURNEY GARVEY Austin, Texas Iohn Tarleton College Psi Omega CHARLES H. GIARDINA Long Island, N. Y. St. Iohn's University ORVILLE O. GRAY Towanda, Ks. Kansas University Prosthetics Appointment Student Assistant ELMER C. GRITZ l-lennessey, Okla. Oklahoma A. 61 M. Delta Sigma Delta Surgery Appointment Diagnosis Appointment Omicron Kappa Upsilon EDWARD H. HAMAMURA Anahola, Kauai, Hawaii University of Hawaii FORTY-ONE , , , , .,, , ,. ,,.,,.. +,,,,,...Ef.gr5::'g35A-Zrgsf.--. q 4 , --,-....... ----.. IAMES M. HELZBERG Kansas City, Mo. University of Michigan University of Wisconsin Omicron Kappa Upsilon WM. C. HOPKINS Oklahoma City, Okla. Central State College Psi Omega Grand Master, Psi Omega Lowry Clinic Appointment EARL E. HOUSE Cedar City, Utah Regis College Delta Sigma IULIO E. ICAZA Panama City, Panama Emory University GLENN W. IOHNSTON WM. R. HERTZLER Newton, Ks. Kansas University Delta Sigma Delta Surgery Appointment Student Assistant Who's Who Dental U. News Staff Omicron Kappa Upsilon E. W. HORNISH Holyoke, Colo. Colorado State IOHN R. HOWELL Ottawa, Ks. Ottawa University Wichita University University of Kansas City Delta Sigma Delta Surgery Appointment Diagnosis Appointment Student Assistant Who's Who Omicron Kappa Upsilon Q M. E. IOHNSON Assaria, Ks. Bethany College Psi Omega Seymour, Mo. BEN E. KAUFMAN Southwest Missouri State Owosso, Mich. University of Kansas City Albion College Xi Psi Phi FORTY-TWO STUART D. KELLY Kansas City, Mo. Rockhurst College Psi Omega Surgery Appointment Student Assistant Bushwhacker '44 Bus. Mgr. Bushwhacker Who's Who PAUL K. KINCAID Braymer, Mo. William lewell Surgery Appointment Prosthetics Appointment CHARLES KOHLER Moran, Ks. lola Iunior College Kansas University Xi Psi Phi ROBERT C. LIKINS Kansas City, Mo. University of Missouri Delta Sigma Delta '45 Omicron Kappa Upsilon CLAYTON K. MAMMEL Wichita, Ks. Wichita University Colorado University Delta Sigma Delta Student Council Omicron Kappa Upsilon WARREN G. KENNARD Quincy, lll. Quincy College Xi Psi Phi Lowry Clinic Appointment Student Assistant ROBERT D. KINCAID LaVeta, Colo. Colorado University Delta Sigma Delta Grand Master of Delta Sigma Delta Pres. of Class '45 Student Council Operative Appointment Surgery Appointment Who's Who IOHN W. LIEUALLEN San Francisco, Calif. University of Idaho Psi Omega EARL H. MABRY Altus, Okla. New Mexico Mil. Institute Northwestern University Xi Psi Phi Pres. of Xi Psi Phi Orthodontics Appointment Pres. of Class '42 Student Council Editor of Dental U. News Who's Who EDWIN P. MARTIN Elgin, Okla. Oklahoma University Delta Sigma Delta FORTY-THREE .. - - -. D-, -1-.1+.-.1....:g'-v.,,f,-LA., 5' 8 ' EIRT W. MCCLURE St. loseph, Mo. St. Ioseph lunior College Psi Omega GLEN H. MCGEE Kansas City, Mo. Pittsburg State Teachers Delta Sigma Delta STANLEY MEEKS Canadion, Texas University of Oklahoma H. I. MERRITT Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma A. G M. Delta Sigma Delta IAMES S. MULLEN Leavenworth, Ks. St. Benedict's College Northwestern University Delta Sigma Delta Vice-Pres. of Class '44 Bushwhacker '44 Editor of Bushwhacker '45 IOHN I. MCCRORY Longview, Texas Austin College Psi Omega Dental U. News ALTON A. MCREYNOLDS Kansas City, Mo. Paris, lunior College GUY E. MERRILL Richmond, Utah Utah State Prosthetic Appointment Student Assistant HOWARD H. MIRIKITANI Honolulu, T. H. University of Hawaii IAMES F. NUTZ Ioplin, Mo. Drury College Delta Sigma Delta Operative Appointment Student Assistant ' I " '- 11"-it 1- 7515? -g:': :lan 2: 5 -,gf gf,-eng v,5g2-?.Qg1::f'fiF4e-?!??:i1e'?42ee: - 'ft lan-Eng SPEEDY R. NUTZ loplin, Mo. loplin lunior College Kansas State Teachers GEORGE W. PEAK Sedalia, Mo. Central Missouri State Missouri University Xi Psi Phi R. W. RASMUSON Fort Yates, N. Dak. Colorado University lamestown College Psi Omega Operative Appointment TED C. RITTER Burnstaol, N. Dak. Wartburg College Psi Omega MORTON P. ROWAN Wichita, Ks. Wichita University Delta Sigma Delta SAM E. OSBORN Odessa, Mo. Central Missouri State Missouri University Delta Sigma Delta M. PFEFFERBAUM New York City, N. Y. City College of New York GEORGE E. REYNOLDS l-lenryetta, Okla. Oklahoma University Delta Sigma Delta Student Council DEAN L. ROGERS Belen, N. Mex. Kansas University Psi Omega GERALD P. RUPPERT Carlsbad, N. Mex. St. Mary's College Minnesota University Crown and Bridge Apmt. FORTY-FIVE . 1. .- - -.'. - yY,-1- 1 ' 1" tl1:.u:1.:12',L.'fT','3Jl'x 'r me a . .. . , .,3,...3 ...wh Q -fr fm-, .. .f.i:::eE-f--':..25-A-5535 ' -f",-hs" -4 4. -...na ,-,.,,-,-A -, .. -U D . , . ONAL C. SALE Neosho, Mo. Springfield State Teachers Delta Sigma Delta A. I. SCANDURA Lorona, N, Y. Oueens College Psi Omega W. NEAL SELLERS Eufaula, Okla. Oklahoma University Psi Omega Surgery Appointment Who's Who RAY M. SPYRES Heavener, Okla. Oklahoma University Ft. Smith lunior College Oklahoma City University Psi Omega IOHN P. TELLMAN St. Louis, Mo. University of Missouri Psi Omega Sec'y of Class '44 Bushwhacker '45 FORTY-SIX IAMES S. SASAKI Honolulu, Hawaii Sacramento Iunior College University of So. California Crown and Bridge Apmt. Student Assistant Omicron Kappa Upsilon IOHN K. SCHROEDER Newton, Ks. Bethel College Deltan Sigma Delta Operative Appointment Student Assistant ' Omicron Kappa Upsilon WM. N. STONE Hiawatha, Ks. Kansas State Delta Sigma Delta Surgery Appointment ORIN H. STUTZNEGGER Salt Lake City, Utah Utah University RAY A. THARP Springfield, Mo. Southwest Missouri State Psi Omega Crown and Bridge Apmt. Student Assistant Vice-Pres. of Class '45 Omicron Kappa Upsilon CARL B. THIMES Burlington, Ks. St. Benedict's College THOMAS H. UYENO Honolulu, Hawaii Santa Barbara State PAUL WESTERN Greentop, Mo. Northeast Missouri State Delta Sigma Delta Surgery Appointment Lowry Clinic Appointment WAYNE C. WHITEHEAD Alto, Texas University of Texas Xi Psi Phi Orthodontics Appointment LEONARD E. WILLIAMS Coffeyville, Ks. Cotfeyville lunior College Psi Omega Prosthetics Appointment H. R. WOOLDRIDGE Altus, Okla. Kemper Military Academy Oklahoma University Xi Psi Phi M. H. WRAY Afton, Wyo. Utah State Delta Sigma Delta WM. G. TREFZ Carrollton, Mo. Central College Bushwhaclcer '45 LELAND W. WEBER Osawatomie, Ks. Baker University Delta Sigma Delta Photog. Ed. Bushwhacker '45 E. HARTLEY WHITE Tremonton, Utah Utah University Surgery Appointment IAMES R. WHITEMAN Warrensburg, Mo. Central Missouri State FORTY-SEVEN GOLD STARS LIET. fS.G.l THOMAS P. CAPPS, a graduate of the Kansas City-Western Dental College and former practicing dentist of Topeka, Kansas, was killed December 7, l942, while serving on the escort aircraft carrier, The Liscome Bay. CAPT. CONNER M. MASTERS, 29, died March 3, 1945, from Wounds received in Germany. Captain Masters, a former graduate of the University of Oklahoma and the Kansas City-Western Dental College, was a dentist in a medical detachment of an armored infantry battalion, and had been overseas eight months. DENTIST PROVES IN VENTOR CAPT. P. I. HEYBURN, a dental surgeon in the first American hospital unit established in England, is the designer of the plastic "'cage" used for the support of broken necks, thus aiding the fractured vertebrae of men Wounded in battle to knit together more quickly. The first appliance made by Capt. I-leyburn was constructed of specially processed glass from a crashed bomber. He was a former practicing dentist in Springfield, Mo., and a graduate of the Kansas City-Western Dental College. ' new Sclwol of ben tiA tty Eqilding Preliminary plans have been drawn ior a proposed dental building Cpictured belowl to be erected on the Campus at Troost Avenue and Fifty-first Street. .. t t , EDMUND RUSSELL CHARLES TAPPEN TED E. RITZE President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer lee Junior? C74 A The lunior Class of 1945 has thus far honorably earned its reputation as "The Guinea Pig Class," as is evidenced by the fact that we have survived as a group with but few losses in number in spite of the many tests to which We have been subjected. The class entered Dental School as civilians, then the A.S.T.P. and V-l2 Programs were set forth which gave us a taste of Dental School under Uncle Sam's guidance. The Army discontinued its A.S.T.P. GRAVY TRAIN after nearly a year and gave us our choice of resigning from the army with deferment to complete our dental training, or remain in the army as Pfc.'s. Most men elected to finish their training which made the majority of us civilians again. The- Navy V-l2 unit continues but is closed to further enlistment. Then came the test of the local draft boards, challenging our privilege to remain as civilian students. The 83 members of the class now are truly grateful for the privilege of being permitted to continue with our dental training under the tireless efforts of our Well qualified Dean and of the Dental Faculty during these trying times of War. lt is our sincere endeavor to prepare ourselves So We may be better qualified .yo serve our country in our greatest capacity during this period of War and the period of re-co in ction following the war as well as to meet the standards of our chosen profession. -T. E. RITZE. FoRTY NINE FIFTY GLEN S. AULT Hobart, Okla. 'Univ. of Oklahoma Psi Omega STANLEY BOHON Kirksville, Mo. Kirksville State Delta Sigma Delta ROBERT L. BRIGGS Pittsburg, Kans. Pittsburg Teachers Delta Sigma Delta WILLIAM F. BROWN Ioplin, Mo. So. Methodist Univ. Xi Psi Phi IAMES w., CARSON Oklahoma City, Okla. Central State College Xi Psi Phi SAM BADEEN McAlester, Okla. Univ. of Oklahoma ROY C. BORG Kansas City Central College EUGENE L. BRIMER Wilson, Okla. Oklahoma Univ. X1 Psi Phi D Student Council FRED C. BYERS Kansas City Dartmouth College WILLIAM I. CARTER Blackburn, Okla. ROBT. K. BENKELMAN McDonald, Kans. Kemper Mil. Acad. Kansas University Xi Psi Phi Student Council Sec. of Class '44 IOHN BRENTARI Arna, Kans. Pittsburg Teachers Delta Sigma Delta FORREST BROWN Kansas City Warrensburg Teach. Baker University Xi Psi Phi Bushwhacker '45 IOHN B. CARMICHAEL l-lenryetta, Okla. Oklahoma A. G M. Xi Psi Phi Student Council IOSEPH CASSIDY Oklahoma A. G M. Cummings, Kans. Xi Psi Phi Pres. of Class '43 Kansas University RAY. P. Cl Tulsa, O1 Univ. of C Delta Sig' H. W. FITZ 'El Dorad Kansas 1 El Dorad Xi Psi Pl GILBERT Ii Parsons, Ks. State Psi Ome V 5 l i E I I Q E 9 I 11 RAY. P. CAUDLE IACK CHRISTIAN BRECK CROWE L. R. CURTIS RICHARD DUFFIN DALE E. EWING WILBUR EDIGER Tulsa, Okla. Payett, Idaho Charleston, Mo. Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Kansas City, Mo. Hillsboro, Ks. Univ. of Okla. Univ. of Idaho Westminister Coll. Univ. of Utah Univ. of Utah K, C, Univ, Bethel College Delta Sigma Delta Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta H. W. FITZGERALD GEO. E. FULLER PRICE A. GIBBONS R. R. GOULDNER RAY HAILEY, IR, I. E. HARRISON IAMES D. HART. IR. El Dorado, Ks. Washington, D. C. Pratt, Ks. Wichita, Ks. Kansas City, MO, Kansas City, Mo. Wewoka, Okla. Kansas Univ. Kemper Mil.Acad. Texas A. ci M. Stanford Univ, Univ' of K, C, Kansas State U. of Okla. City El Dorado Ir. COL Xi Psi Phi Kansas Univ. Wichita Univ. KQHSGS State CO11- Central State Univ. of Okla. Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Xi psi phi Teachers College Xi Psi Phi Sec. of Class '43 GILBERT HASSUR IACK HOLT I. W. HOOPIN- ARTHUR HRELAC DON R. IAMES V. L. IOHNSON. IR. IACK LANDRUM Parsons, Ks. Maysville, Mo. GARNER Kansas City, Ks. Tulsa, Okla. Carthersville, Mo. Shawnee, Okla. Ke. State Univ. Central College Baldwin CNY' KS' K. C. K. ii. Coll. Okla. A. is. M. Central College Univ. of okia. pst Qmegu Xi pei phi Baker Univ' Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi FIFTY-ONE I. HOUGTON LETTS ROY LININGER W. R. LOUDON W. R. MARTIN S. E. MCCOY AL MCCULLY Denver, Colo. Littleton, Colo. Chapman, Ks. Kansas City, Mo. Beatrice, Nebr. El Dorado, Ks. Colo. College Univ. of Denver Kansas Univ. Southwestern Wentworth M. A., Wichita Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta Xi Psi Phi State Pres. of Class '44 Student Council Southeastern Delta Sigma Delta Xsi Psi Phi State Xi Psi Phi ERCELL L. MILLER C. R. MILLS HUGH T. MOORE ARTHUR L. OLSON ROBT. C. OWEN V. C. PENNER Buckner, Mo. Neodesha, Ks. Kansas City, Mo. Edmond, Okla. Bristow, Okla. Ingalls, Ks. Central College Wichita Uni. Washington Univ. Central St. Coll. Okla. A. ci M. Tabor College Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega Delta Sigma Delta Kansas Univ. V.-Pres. Class '44 Univ. ot K. C. R. L. RENEGAR TED E. RITZE DAN ROACH W. V. ROBINS I. W. ROBINSON IOSEPH ROGERS Okla. City, Okla. Trenton, Mo. Roswell, N. Mex. Kansas City, Mo. Miami, Okla. Paris, Mo. Okla. A. 5. M. Kirksville State Kansas State Coll. Baker Univ. Univ. of Okla. Mo. Univ. Xi Psi Phi Teachers College Hutchinson Xi Psi Phi I Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Iunior College Xi Psi Phi FIFTY-TWO C. W. MILLER Oakley, Ks. Kansas Univ. Univ. Kansas City Xi Psi Phi EARNEST W. POTTS El Reno, Okla. Okla. A. 61 M. Univ. of Tenn. Xi Psi Phi ELTON A. ROSE, IR. Ponca City, Okla Okla. A. G M. MAXWI I-lope, Madis W. L. S Lexin Centr Xi Ps ALVA Baxte Bake KEM T Tulsi Was ROSS Sant Colc Tuls ILLER f, Ks. s Univ. Iansas City Phi l'W. POTTS o, Okla. A. :St M. nf Tenn. Phi L. ROSE, IR. City, Okla. A. 6- M. MAXWELL RUDISAILE EDMUND RUSSELL l-lope, Ark. Madison College W. L. SMITH Lexington, Mo. Central College Xi Psi Phi ALVA L. STOSKOPF Baxter Springs, Ks Baker University KEM THOMASSON Tulsa, Okla. Washington Univ. ROSS E. WALTZER Sand Springs, Okla. Colorado University Tulsa University Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma A. G M. Psi Omega Pres. of Class '45 FRANCIS O. STALKER Topeka, Ks. Washburn College Xi Psi Phi CHARLES TAPPAN Pueblo, Colo. Colorado University Xi Psi Phi Vice-Pres. of Class '45 VIRGIL H. TROTTER Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma A. G M. Univ. of Kansas City Delta Sigma Delta FULLER WARDEN Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa University Psi Omega RUSSELL S. SMITH Ada, Okla. East Central State Delta Sigma Delta HAROLD D. STONE3 Cedarvale, Ks. Pittsburg Teachers Delta Sigma Delta HOWARD TERRILL Kansas City Univ. of Kansas City Psi Omega G. H. UYEMURA Blanca, Colo. Colorado University BEN W. WARNER Kansas City Univ. of Kansas City FIFTY-THREE IOHN A. WATKINS STUART N. WHITE EDWIN LEE WILSON Richmond, Mo. Sand Springs, Okla. Bristow, Okla. Wentworth Mil Acad. Oklahoma A. 61 M. Central State Coll. Arkansas Univ. Delta Sigma Delta EDMUND WONG HAW TUNG WONG MORTON HOLMES Wailuku, Manui, Honolulu, T. H. Kansas City Hawaii Univ. of Hawaii K. C. Ir. College Graceland College Delta Sigma Delta FRANK E. GROGMAN ROBERT E. WOODS Kansas City Appleton City, Mo. Rockhurst College Mo. University Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Seniot Clinicql 14 pain tmen tA FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT ASSISTANTS Operative Operative Operative Schroeder, I. K. Kincaid, R. D. Lowery Clinic Hopkins, W. C. Kennard, W. C. Crown and Bridge Donathan, G. D Tharp, R. W. Sasaki, I. S. Diagnosis Gritz, E. C. Prosthetics Gray, O. O. Merrill, G. E. Bolinqer, G. F. Oral Surgery Kelly, S. D. Howell, I. R. Kincaid, P. K. Western, C. P. DeVore, D. P. FIFTY-FOUR Schroeder, I. K. DeVore, D. P. Rassmussen, R. Lowery Clinic Western, C. P. Gerster. E. L. Crown and Bridge Breihan, I. T. Ruppert, G. P. Diagnosis Howell, I. R. Estep, I. T. Prosthetics Gray, O. O. Williams Kincaid, P. K. Oral Surgery Greever, I. W. Haderlein, R. V. Kincaid, R. D. Stone, B. N. Schroeder, I. K. Hertzler, W. R. Nutz, I. F. Lowery Clinic Kennard, W. C. tChild, Dent.l Crown and Bridge Donathan, G. D., Ir. Tharp, R. A. Sasaki, I. S. Diagnosis Howell. I. R. Estep, I. T. Prosthetics Merrill, G. E. Bolinger, G. F. Gray, O. O. Oral Surgery Kelly, S. D. B. C. SHARP H. Y. KIBBY R. B. MASON President Vice-President Secretary - Treasurer 7lae Svplwmvke C1444 At last, we are Sophomores and find ourselves approaching the midpoint of our professional education-we have left behind our cadavers, our Freshman technique courses, the KOU Coeds, and now remember with respect those instructors who so willingly and patiently began the direct- ing of our talents. We have a solid foundation upon which we are now constructing our professional mansion of tomorrow-perhaps we did not burn those barrels of midnight oil in vain. lf the quotation is true that "A wise man is one who knows that he knows not," then the Sophomores are well on their way to the attainment of wisdom. As a group, our class boasts of seventy-eight members, one of the largest to have passed through the portals of the School of Dentistry. Individually, we represent a cross section of the professional students of virtually every state in the union, as well as Oklahoma and Territory of Hawaii. , ln extra-curricular activities, the class has demonstrated superiority in its accomplishments. The Sophomore Dental basketball team, sponsored by the Lyndon Broom Oo., participated in the Heart of America League, thoroughly trounced the lunior and Freshman Dental teams, and finished among the upper four teams of the league. lnterscholastically, these boys were the un- defeated University champions. We are represented by several outstanding golfers in the City Open Tournament, as well as the inter-fraternity contests. Socially, the class has sponsored two suc- cessful class picnics, the activities of which will long be remembered by the participants. Thus it would appear that we could have a brilliant future-to quote a trite expression, "time will tell!" REESE MASON, Secretary. FIFTY-Frvs I. W. ADAMS G. T. BAZE W. L. BROWN L P. CHANCEY I. F. CROLEY W. I. DUENSING I. A. AMBROSE G. G. BENNETT T. G. BURRIS L B. COLE F. DAVIS I. A. FREESE I. B. ANDERSON T. C. BENNION I. C. CARNES O. C. CROCKETT F. H. DOLF L. M. GRAHAM I. R. Hacker H. V. Kibby R. B. Mason I. M. Oht-ani I. C. Schaefer K. M. E. S. E. C. Hoerman Kurashima W. McCleskey Plainfield Schilb T. Honda H. Kwuaski R. Miles C. Pruett B. Sharp VV. Hulen I. Lawson I. Musser G. R. Rhoads I. Stone R. C. Iohnson I. Lipscomb H. Nishimura M. Soto R, L. Stone H. E. Kennedy M. W. Mabry I. Noss '1'. D. Schaad I. Streck 5 . 5,53 I :rv - 4 ' ' fi? - ' , K., m f Q. ,' 155 V A og' 6 ' SL-if 1: Av A! Q I.. fl V A I . , ' i I 1 " . ., F fp , We - I W :I-3:12. 4:1ez:az:.Q V .9 36243. 'q::::ga., 1-.Q , I yw1'ffw'.,g- sf - 1 ' , .2 3,5 1:-:12f5'fSf1"ff-: 2. J -Z??4'Ig'.x 544. ,VFQZQQL1 -'4,"'2"'f"4Q'V,.N . X . X . S T ,yQ:tf'f"eg,z , , f IA! Q 4 .5 X :ff f V , f 124 gf, -f gig I 1 V gs-1. V I. B. Street W. Treiz I. Wclihn C. Wilson T. Sireet I. Vague S. Weaver Wohlgemuth E. Teiiz R. V. Tindall T. I. Tomo Vcxrner G. D. Walters C. D. Walthczll W. White H. Williamson W, Willis Wood W. K. Smith C. M. Koxiri Ti Tc: Tc A Tc Tl' In A1 Ne Tl' D1 A1 In Tr K. K. KAIN H. S. NAC I. O. SCH1 in Di 2 'Q E rf if N I. N. BUNKLEY The fifth of lune and Rockhill Road Our number to ninety-six had growed To Epperson House went thirty-six ' The other sixty took their picks. To Tenth and Troost were we enrolled. Then back to Fiftieth and Rockhill Road. A speech by the Dean and all the others, Then robbery by Bill and l-lettinger Brothers. D. D. CLUFF H. M. FERGUSON To the Cafeteria, we went for food If after 7:30-we were rude. Then came the gripes from every mouth But "Remember our good neighbors from the South." In prosthetics by Dillon and Hauetter We were taught to plaster and solder, Archie taught the course in Plaster Block Who stole the chunks? It wasn't "Rocks" M. I. GRAHAM Next to the cadavers of Koehler we went Looking for the nerves much time we spent. Then on Saturday came a tag for us With a brand new muscle, the "Longus Brumusf' Dr. Pratt and then Dr. Setty Taught Histology to get us ready, Act one and act two, with originality, For a suck, add plenty of personality. H' K' ISHIDA ln Physiology, by Eisenbrandt and Roth In tests they watched us like a sloth True and false and multiple choice You flunked if you even raised your voice. K. K. KAMITAKI K. KATSURA Y. MASUOKA S. I. MICELI H. S. NAGAHISA F. F. PACK S. L. PECK V. L. RILEY I. O. SCHRAGG G. M. SPARKS A. I. TAUBMAN D. M. WILLIAMS S. R. CANIGLIA W. I. HOLMAN R. L. LINDBERG Carving teeth and counting "Uh's" Dental anatomy is what it was Occluso-gingivally, mesio-distal Buccal-lingual, where's my pistol! Orientation was to be best That's where I got my week-end rest Dr. Calmes with pictures too Dr. Stewart told us what not to do. The first semester soon was gone With it the boys who failed to bone, Steiner, Beaufait, Slaghter and Cuaz, "Fat Boy" and "Archie" no more to razz. Dr. Kennedy was no cynic "You can be cured in Bill Mayo's clinic." Each period the "classic" hit the board Previous knowledge of each line and word. Bacteriology taught us something of use How to make beer from plain cow's juice "Never spill Staph" in the laboratory Mr. Iohnson can tell us that story. Now that it's over and all is well This is the story that we have to tell Now that it's past it wasn't so bad We can look back on the fun we had. -I. D. Cla TG , A F 4 A ,Am W, 51,2 ,.,1,:4:,., ,,QS1,-,,..-.Wu-i-....w..1m-.y -fa 1 .:,.- -.-U ., g..,Q:..aLr:m -4 -1-T' 1- :gag-... .g.g4u1ezAan,.-..1 - .3-'ef if-.f .:.:. r - .-.J - - - fn- - --- - --' -f -- '--V -' BUCK IV SIXTY f " 'S :L - -- - . , . N V ,, , . ...,. , sal,-.1 415A..,...a- -11.-Af...,.Q.......,.,,.A,,ggi.A,,Q'5jg,,,Q,,4,,-,Jg,f,Qg,,Q,,, ,f,.,-4.L:1...a1'a+ f --.1 V 4... . xx' IWQN 'ai 1 V 5 TV f f, X Y , UVX X L5 X is f N F X v J, S, N . M Y N j ,Ly SIXTY-ONE beltq Si ma belta NU CHAPTER , ,,.... . 1 . ,,Q6,.,... , , i , W fu 4 '41, . C . -Z0 ' vfffwfz ll ' 1 f . 4 Founded at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1882 32 Subordinate Chapters Colors-Turquoise and Blue 61 Auxiliary Chapters Publication-The Desmos 6 Foreign Chapters F lower-Red Carnation 1944 OFFICERS 1945 R. D. KINCAID ..,,... ........ G rand Master ....... .-..-. R - V- HADER1-EIN E. L. GERSTER .... .... ...,... W o rthy Master ...... ...--.----- B UD CURTIS R. V. HADERLEIN ...... ............ S cribe ........... .---.---- H - LETTS E. C. GRITZ .r.,........... ...... T reasurer ...... ............ T ED RITZE G. F. BOLINGER ........ ....... H istorian ...... ...... R OY LININGER R. C. LININGER .......... ....... S enior Page ...... ...... H ARVE VARNER HAUGHTON LETTS.. .,.. ............ I unior Page ..1.... ...... H AI-COM KIBBY STANLEY MCCOY ........ ..................... T yler ..,,.............,... ..... C HART-ES PRUETT W. R. HERTZLER ................. i .............. ....... C orresponding Secretary ...,.. - ...,,.........,............... HAROLD STONE Nu Chapter held meetings every second Week during the past year, frequently holding clinics by prominent men in the field of Dentistry. These clinics aided greatly both the pledges and the actives in securing a better understanding of the theoretical as well as the practical phases of our profession. Rushing was extra enthusiastic this season and as a result both the pledge classes and the parties were better than ever, the Delta Sigs having the largest present pledge class. Formal initiation was held in the Hotel Phillips October 28th, eleven pledges becoming actives with the traditional ceremony. Dr. Ira Williams and Lt. Col. Louis Renfrow, the Supreme Grand Master of Delta Sigma Delta, were entertained by a fraternity get-together when they stopped in Kansas City enroute to the National Convention. The 1944-45 season was one of good fellowship and welcomed guidance in the dental profession. Delta Sigma Delta shakes the hands of the departing seniors with regret as We've all had a great time together these last three years, with Alexander, William Amott, Mark Barnett, I. W. Baze, Garret Bohon, Stanley Bolinger, George Brentari, Iohn, Ir. Briggs, Robert Caudle, B. D. Caudle, Phil Clarke, C. R. Curtis, Bud De Vore, Dale Duensing, Iohn Donald Finley, Iim Fordyce, Robert Gerster. Lynn Gritz, E. C. Haderlein, Robert V. SIXTY-TWO the passing of our honored seniors our juniors move up into their shoes and Delta Sig carries on to an even brighter future. Hertzler, William R. Ho-lmes, Morton House, Earl Howell, Iohn Hrelac, Art Iames, Don Kibby, Halcom Kincaid, Dan Letts, Houghton Likins, Robert Lininger, Roy C. Martin, Edwin Mammel, C. K. Merritt, Ioe Mullen, Iim McCoy, Stanley McGee, Glenn Nutz, Iimmie Osborn, S. E. Owen, Robert C. Pruett, Charles Reynolds, George Ritze, Ted Rowan, M. P. Sale, O. C. Schroeder, Iohn Smith, Russell Stone, Harold D. Stone, William Stone, Iohn Stone, Richard Lee Trotter, Virgil Varner, Harve Walters, Gerald Western, Paul Weber, Leland White, Stuart Wood, Robert tSoph Wray, Mack omorel Byers, Fred Ewing, Dale Cole, Iimmy Bennett, Gordon Parry, Don Miles, Bob Peck, Steven Bunkley, lack Holman. Iay Anderson, Charles Cluff. Darell D. Pack, Franklyn Lamden, William Miller, Ingram Ediger, Wilbur Carter, William Duensing. Bill ' ' 2' V'tif'i5'w'L2 'T'41'15'5 15151-f'1,".!S?i?f1:1zTvie2!e: -3.gw?eefca:'L F-if:.e'eseree'aa'-.1-1.9L-aeeii as I-v5.1's:.+::na.-'meu:m.,......,...A.-,.- -.-.f-mf.-,..-..-U... .a,,...-V ., V, ,. uf.. mlm rf' '- - Y' --V -- . ... 1 W- ,J-M -'M --ivq.: f'.1f:.-33:31-.1-A--,-' -:w-V,-:H 4- -3.5-, 1,-4' --jg .:-Q,-,L .1 .. .. 1 ge-gig 3, 4. ,.: .. -H.-,,.-...TA -3.319 3, --H V .,,.. N . beltq Sigma beltq a EQ f y ' -A Mew., X xx X 'NV !1'T!'lf'.-"P N,,-,sqm ,,,4,.,k. ., f ' 2 J. V, 0 6991 ffm A H .,., 'Lt 'I .. . if 4225513551 sfIf52Z'sf1 ' fy ,xg-1325.1-' Alexander Amott Barnett Bohon Bolinger Brentari Briggs Carter, W. L. Caudle, B. D. Caudle, R. P. Clarke Cortis DeVore Duensing, J. D. Finley Fordyce Gerster Gritz Haderlein Hertzler Holmes Hoose Howell Hrelac James Kincaid Letts Likins Lininger Martin, E. P. Mammel Merritt Mullen L McGee McCoy Nutz, J. F. Osborn Owen Reynolds Ritze Rowan Sole Schroeder Smith, R. L. Stone, B. N. Stone, H. D. Trotter Walters Western Weber White Wood Vlray Byers Ewing Cole Bennett Miles Duensing, W. J Stone, J. F. Kibby Varner Cluft Holman Bunkley Pack Peck Stone, R. L. Baze Pruett SIXTY-THREE - , .. . 1 Y.. ..- .--Q 1... 1 -: :.-:Q-r.-zmgi..-f ,am -2 wa'-J-Y : :wb-,a,T ---- 71- -1 A.-.-.55 - 5-pgxpci-gg?-1'-'-35'1" 'S'--.44--...N-srfir-'-T'f'f':-df-'-"iff 5"-fig'-:fy-fr 22:-mv:-I---5 i-1'-iid' f'2'lQ2.:fjfa-L-L-Q-..,1,.1w.1xb:.f:e': :. -0f,:,:,z...n.1..g..,.,., -.gA,.,.g.,,,-,M -, 5 .L L- .U an i Phi CHI CHAPTER 4 ,. 'ie- -Q: A.-A , Founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, in l889 ....E. C. MILLER .-.........-..BROWN C. WILSON ....BILL CARTER Colors-Lavender and Cream Flower-American Beauty Rose Publication-Xi Psi Phi Quarterly 1944 OFFICERS 1945 E, W, MABRY ............... ........ P resident .......... 4 E, A, ABERNETHY ,,,,.,. .....,. V ice-President ........ ....... R . BENKLEMAN E. C. MILLER .............. ........... S ecretary ......... R. BENKLEMAN ........ .............. T reasurer ............ WM. MARTIN .............................. ........ R ushing Chairman ....... HUGH MOORE ............................... ............... Q .Editor ............... . DR. LESTER GATES-Deputy ....BILL CARTER The Xi Psi Phi fraternity is a brotherhood of men chosen from those who have decided upon a career in the profession of dentistry. The Zips enter the great sport of dentistry as a team, Work- ing, functioning, and playing together in perfect harmony for the furtherance of a great profession. During the past year Xi Psi Phi has held clinics on various specialized dental fields, presented by local as well as out-of-town speakers. Zips of '45 will remember the accessory activitiesp the four dances at the Continental Hotel, Brookside and Garret Halls. The smokers at the Crossroads, dinners at the Blue Birdy and fraternalism where two or more Zips meet. CHAPTER ROLL Abernethy Beeby Carson, C. K. Cordonier Borg Brimer Brown F D Brown. W. Carmichael Carson, I. Carter Christain Benkelman I 0 E W Streak Tmdal Tc-ma White. T. Sharp Smith, W. K. W .Robins Huntington Parsons SIXTY-FOUR Donathan Durnell Etling Gibbens. W. N. Crowe Fitzgerald Fuller Gibbons. P. A. Grogman Hailey Hart Holt Hoopingarner Wilson Wohlegemuth Ambrose Bennion Brown, I. P. Burris Tietz Dugoni Devier SENIORS IUNIORS SOPHOMORES PLEDGES Greever Iohnston Kennard Kohler Iersak Ic-hnson Loudon McCully Martin Miller, E. Miller, C. W. Mills Moore Carnes Crowley Chancey Davis Dolf Freese Lindberg Swanson Williams Mabry Peak Whitehead Wooldridge Potts Renegar Roach Robinson Rogers Smith, W. L. Stalker Tappan Iohnson Hoerman Kennedy Helgerson Miller, I. F. Paul! Ferguson Coniglia WTF'-I F 1243 Qi!-'Ti nt. .emi , ,. .. ..,t.q...i..,. .- .A 95.5, ER LN VN JN EIR EIR on rk- Jn. ed el, nd xd lqe LL 1 r in F. D. il?PiPhi RSC S +4 f -A 0 U ,...,,. ,,,,. . .. .152 A P0 i af' 4 WA may . , .1 is 4 ' Q ' ' L ' Q' ,Q Abernethy Beeby Kennard Kohler, A Brown, W. F. Carmichael Hailey Hart Mills Moore Sharp Smith, W. K. Burris Carnes .-. .tk 5 be Ja.-L -Q L. ...- -ft Carson, C. K. Cordonier Donathan Durnell Etling Gibbens, W. N. Mabry Peak Whitehead Wooldridge Benkleman Borg Carson, J. W. Carter, W. J. Christian Crowe Fitzgerald Fuller Holt Hoopingarner Johnson, V. Loudon McCully Martin Potts Renegar Roach Robinson Rogers Smith, W. L. Streck Tindal Toma White, T. W. Wilson Wohlgemuth Croley Davis Dolf Freese Johnson, R. C. Hoerman Tietz Lindberg Williams, D. Ferguson Caniglia f ,...,.. .fs-.-mm-L-2r---.-...,...1.z+g::a4-'.-L-f-...sL.ta..z -1 :wav g ,Lg :---V. .. :..,.:. - 5-3,.5g3.:jev..i.5'-M .-4...-Q.,-...---L..1.:f?:e'-ifsv:-9-.----f-'ff 5-'H'-gf Greever Brimer Gibbons Miller, C. W. Stalker Ambrose Kennedy Johnston Brown, F. D. Grogman Miller, E. L. Tappan Bennion Robins S1xTY-FIVE FAI Umegq , Q 5.2:-.-' Pt-It Brio CHAPTER y Founded at Baltimore College of Dental Surgeons in l89Z OFFICERS 1944 1945 BILL FIMPLE ,,,,,,,,,, ........... G rand Master ............. ........ B ILL HOPKINS STUART KELLY ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,., I unior Grand Master .......... ....... I OHN McCRORY BOB RASMUSON ........ ...... , i..Secretary .................. ............... R AY THARP BILL HOPKINS ,,,,,,,,-, ,,,,,.,, T reasurer ,.,,,,,,,. ......,... B OB RASMUSON RAY THARP ,,,,,,,,,, ,..,.,.. E ditor .......... ..........,.. T ED RITTER BIRT MCCLURE .................. ................................... C haplain .......... .......... G I-ENN AULT DR. IOHN RICHMOND-Deputy Counselor The object of Psi Omega is to cultivate the social qualities of its members, to surround each member with friends to Whom he can turn for advice and assistance, to assist its members in all their laudable undertakings, and to exert its influence untiringly for the advancement of Dentistry. On March 27th, l944, Phi Rho sponsored a dance in the Pioneer Room at the Phillips Hotel for its alumni. In May, Psi Omega was honored to have Dr. Eddie Ball, eminent periodontist as guest at one of their luncheons. ln September the fraternity was host to the Supreme Councilor of the Psi Omega, Dr. Iohn E. Gurley. G. S. Ault. Ir. I. K. Avery G. H. Baker I. T. Breihan W. L. Brown D. W. Cheek O. C. Crockett H. A. Dexter I. T. Estep F. B. Fimple Srxw-six I. C. Fischer A. B. Garvey I. R. Hacker W. C. Hopkins M. E. Iohnson CHAPTER ROLL ACTIVIES B. W. McClure I. I. McCrory I. E. Noss A. L. Olson R. W. Rasmuson W. N. Sellers R. M. Spyres I. P. Tellman H. K. Terrill R. A. Tharp S. D. Kelly T. C. Ritter C. I. Vague I. R. Landrum E. W. Russell, Ir. I. D. Wathen I. M. Lawson A. I. Scandurra E. F. Warden I. W. Lieuallen, Ir. T. D. Schaad L. E. Williams E. W. McCleskey E. I. Schilb, Ir. H. D. Williamson PLEDGES I. W. Adams I. E. Musser I. B. Street, Ir. R. T. Street ""' ' A " " T974 inf' 3 Q Si!-'FT' F555 5f7:55'?3F'5i1'13E:?45i'2T6fEv-1. E1 55 E ?E-iii 5TRe'L'LE9F?E1Ei gni.i:'x!5 if if eva? fiffiggn gg .9 is nymwjwy -erm -'iv -H4319 132: -1? 'I-Pei T t': J-1: , f-' 1-- H 1" -A . IS LY IP nN ZR LT sh :dl Ty. tel as of OA A 4, way? vy' ,f yy if 4' Q A Q29 W - 1. , . X , gfsgI55g1g2g:ga,:gfzfgsg-2, . ' 4 ', 'ziffcfgf l9i0me 1 X,,Q , .v,. ,L,., 0 A Q Q ,T 3 . Q, w is- 2 4 Q, .,., f A' :' r 'I ,E-313 ' 1 Q . -w, if aaa- ' av- 4 Y f A J V ,,V., f ,,.. . 5::.',.::::11 SE 6 i will Q .W M . .,,... V-14si'f?gJf-cv-4 at , ..., -- 14s::::5:.:2v2f1 -,:-g5.5:::.:g'.1g-mg-g.,: gf.-..1sg, ' A Ault Estep Landrum Rasmuson Tellman Avery Fimple Lawson Ritter Terrill Baker Fischer Lieuallen Russell Thorp Street, R. Breihan Garvey McClesky Sellers Vague Street, J. B. Brown, W. Hacker McClure Scandurra Wathen Musser --,.. r,s,h,nf:,,.i-. ,.....,....-. 3-L ,3.:, ,-.::f.,. ..,--- -I-J-15--sniff..- .L 2:-:- Cheek Crockett Hopkins Johnson McCrory Noss Schaad Schilb Warden Williamson Adams Dexter Kelly Olson Spyres Williams SIXTY-SEVEN SIXTY-1210111 Umicfzon iq4f2f24 Tl ilon Q! Each year at graduation time twelve per cent of the outgoing class is eligible to membership in Omicron Kappa Upsilon, national honorary dental fraternity. Considered in determining a candidate's eligibility to belong to this organ- ization are several basic requirements expected to be possessed by a superior student of Dentistry. These requirements include the individual's character, quality of practice in the clinic, satisfactory completion of all requirements, together with a scholastic average of maintaining an average of at least ninety 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 outstanding and recog- nized service to humanity and to the profession. These men possess the greatest honor that can be bestowed upon a mem- ber of the graduating class of the School of Dentistry. They will be outstanding men in their profession and an inspiration to others because men possessing their capabilities are destined to be leaders in the great field of Dentistry. -WT' F SET 4 .gf.1f.,.a1:L.M-,',,a.,...,.f..,5..,.,....,,...,f .M .., ,. , , mimn Kappa Z! ilon L Z IOHN HOWELL DALE DeVORE ROBERT LIKENS IAMES HELZBERG RAY THARP E. C. GRITZ BILL HERTZLER PAUL KINCAID IAMES SASAKI L. D. ETLING CLAYTON K. MAMMEL IOHN SCHROEDER SIXTY-N1NE nf... .Y , .. . M- 3, 1 -4:1 -'1 -1-fe 552.4-...,.,-L-L-s..-xhqnf gg -5-5-f.3.........:5f4.?,, ,,,,.:,T ...BV R. D. KINCAID F. B. FIMPLE E. H. MABRY SEVENTY in tek- iwqteenitq Council The lnterfraternity Council is the governing body of the three dental fraternities of the School of Dentistry. The Council is made up of the presidents and deputy councilers of the three fraterni- ties with the Dean as chairman. The Council is organized to act as an arbitrator of difficulties arising between the fraternities, to decide on matters of rushing, social activities, and in general handle all problems facing these organizations. The perfect harmony now existing between the fraternities is mute testimony of activity and value of the Council to the School of Dentistry. R. I. RINEHART I. W. RICHMOND L. M. GATES H. W. ALLEN ee de I'l1- tes lq, BSS :is Dol V. ALLEN lee benti tb Cteed To respect my profession, my reputation and myself. To be honest and fair with my patients as I expect my patients to be honest and fair with me. To think of Dentistry with loyalty, speak of it with praise, and act always as a custodian of its good name. To be a man whose word carries weight with my fellow-citizens, to be a booster, not a knocker, a pusher, not a kicker, a motor, not a clog. To base my expectations of reward on a solid foundation of service rendered, to be willing to pay the price in honest effort. To look upon my work as opportunity to be seized with joy and made the most of, and not as painful drudgery to be reluctantly endured. To remember that success lies within myself, in my own brain, my own ambition, my own courage and determination. To expect difficulties and force my way through them, to convert hard experience into capital for future struggles. To believe in my profession heart and soul, to carry an air of optimism into the presence of possible patients, to dispel ill temper with cheerfulness, kill doubts with strong convictions, and reduce active friction with an agreeable personality. To make a study of the professional and business sides of dentistry, to know both sides in every detail from the ground up, to mix brains with my efforts, and use system and method in my work, to find time to do everything needful by never letting time find me doing nothing. To make every hour bring me dividends in fees, increased knowledge, or healthful recreation. To save money as well as earn it, to cut out expensive amusements until I can afford them. Finally, to take a good grip on the joy of life, to play the game like a gentleman, to fight against nothing so hard as my own weaknesses, and to endeavor to grow as a dentist and as a man with the passage of every day of time. THIS IS MY CREED! SEVENTY-ONE BUCK V br :XM ' 1 W, ".3',3? E 4 5 1 J 1 S .iv o X r W I . V. - f Q o JJ K 1 1 1 1 , XX N W W I T , W , NJ M I 'iff I -f S I-lelptul IIM NUTZ, being the room- mate ot the Ed., would naturally be at the beginning. KIT CARSON, the "Wyo- ming Whiz," watches somewhat skepti- cally .... The "Big Boy" ot the lunior clas shoots the breeze with "Dynamite Fritz," Bacon's yes man .... BILLY "HEATLESS" STONE, wife, and best girl, proving that some dental students DO stay home SOME nights .... IACK CHRISTIAN who snapped many of our best pictures is snapped doing same. For once he isn't saying, "Why in the hell don't you guys pose?" MORTON HOLMES, who says a sen- sible gal is not so sensible as she looks because a sensible gal has more sense than to go around looking sensible. This looks like the bowling league in action .... IIM FINLEY, the only man who can spend the day reading the morning paper. When asked what he thought ot tight skirts IIM said he thought women should leave liquor alone. "THE EARL" MABRY, checking his ropes finds everything in order. Earl says that imagination is something that sits up with the wife when her husband is out late .... IACK DELHOTEL stops looking at his good looking wife long enough to peer in an oral cavity .... the blackest of black ones. RAY SPYRES, tells the boys how he approached from the starboard, looked her over-but he was NICE, so he changed course .... PETE ROWAN who is always telling us about the dentist's daughter who ran around with the worst set in town, tills out his State Board application with Mrs. Stutz. SEVENTY-FOUR ' ' T ' ' . ' 1-..x.-1: Y fel, ':11i':1tia1:4 N . 2, ir"-nf " - 'n-11951-is-waz:-L 'MQ 115559 atasligriseeasf ,- it ,- 1- wr e Y st ts K ir e. ie D- cs se e. in In ue Tie 1 e or iis zxrl iat nd .pg HQ he :ed he AN the rith ate The photog snapped these at a picnic given just before the collapse of the A.S.T.P.-those where the good old days! The only title that could be at- tached to the first picture is "Am l covered?" . . . No, "SPLUTTERFACE" the cops aren't coming .... Around the old pump-"Give us a beer man!" lncidentally this was some picnic .... lt's a posed picture but remember the photog has had a few beers .... Now that the Rangers have arrived at least HADERLEIN doesn't seem to care. RUPPERT without CHEEK, only a cigar .... The photog and "SMILEY" have a little refreshment. How does the photographer keep getting in these pic- tures? l-le was supposed to take 'em. A Psi O sneaks into the foreground of a Delta Sig picture While IOHNNY HOWELL, sick of the whole thing, stands on his head .... DELTA SIG'S latest Grand Master and a friend-BOB has on a hat .... BOB "REF ORMER" LIKINS guards the pack. Here We should give credit Where credit is due, ROBERT hasn't had ai"Red Dog Spe- cial" in many, many moons. What about it, Reynard, does it pay off? CNote-BOB made O.K.U.D. This is snafu for somebody, probably TIGER TREFZ. our old buddy Who says Women are Wizards when it comes to facts and figures, and those with the best figures learn the facts more quickly. SEVENTY-FIVE :':"'4i"'-'skfisffsz L' ? 5 Z Z 1 Z 4 Z Z 2 f 42 ri ea E '2 1 X The Ed. does some lab work with much yapping trom FINLEY and cigar smoke from TELLMAN .... HUNTING- TON made the annual in this section- he's the reason our women patients just won't pay attention-to us. LYNN GERSTER and BILL HERTZLER take time out tor a little' tood. Lynn is probably best known tor his Groucho Marx mustache which appears periodi- cally .... SHEP in his most typical position .... The main extra-curricular activity of the University ot Kansas City School ot Dentistry. What would we do without the pinball machine at Lou's "Sugar Bowl" to play between patients? l-lard working Seniors paying strict at- tention in class. "THE FOOT" ROGERS gets his size l4's warmed by TIGER TREFZ .... A tace only a mother could love .... The two hardest workers in school. Ah, beautiful relaxation .... CLIFF CLARKE holds it in tor the camera- and to think some guys pose for money. The greate Clarke has quite a touch tor selling advertising too-many ot the last twenty pages which helped pay tor this little journal are due to Cliff beat- ing his gums in the right direction. SEVENTY-EIGHT '57 5355,?9'19'7-fQ5iZfl1'7937L7'91543-3-35-PTS-!'f?!-t!i!iE.f3'ff1F1H21G31iS5a-Fefsxke --L '1w?1f.'.i'if5Fe1xa:g.i-5.-fzsaas What's wrong, little girl? Maybe you should present your problem to "RADAR" MARTIN .... One might know whose shiny upper countenance this is, it it's near DR. MOORE .... DR. SAWYER speaking at Psi Omega ban- quet with DR. CALMES in the tore- ground .... The way we used to eat during the A.S.T.P. "BUNNY" WEBER'S big brother, home from the Navy, converses with Delta Sig's DR. "POP" ALLEN at a fraternity meeting-Pop must have told him one ot his jokes. The Zips throw a big party at Garret l-lall-or is this Sox's? . . . Some guys are certainly lucky, Earl .... DR. CLOS- SON and LEE WEBER knocking them- selves out .... lam session, with some ot our own talent involved. How could a good dental student live it it werent tor these periodical blow-outs? There was a young lady named Carol, Who loved to play stud tor apparel: Her opponent's straight flush Brought a maidenly blush, And a quick journey home in a barrel. SEVENTY-NINE ' ' " ' ""'-ff' ' .K M 13 A5521-if S5f??'fii5'i 1 45 341: ' "'1:r:",' 2?-5. Y . Y 34 . W, B , I uh- - - .. .- .Yr - .. .. -I. A We could be WONG but it looks like "LIGHTNING" PENNER and "HARRY" IAMES are soaking up a little knowl- edge from DR. SAWYER in his oral medicine classe-remember those root canals? . . . BILL BROWN, noted for be- ing from the same town as IIM NUTZ, stares at the camera while STALKER and GIBBONS seern intent on other things .... BRIMER, not at lVIilton's for a change, seeks some crown and bridge advice from DR. CARR .... DR. WAR- NOCK. always willing to help. DAN "HARRY" ROACH, front rnan at the Continental, makes like a beaver idoes better work at night? .... OLSON. Edmond, Oklahorna's gift to the dental profession, doesn't want to get his lab grown dirty so he doesn't wear one. ERCEL MILLER, ace con man of Iunior classand president of the Zips, is a cousin of last year's con man, Lornie .... Brain storrn of the lunior class-doesn't he look it? FITZGERALD even studies while he's eating lunch. FITZGERALD, HAILY, CARSON, and CARMICHAEL, all NICE boys, leer at the unfortunate patient in the rubber darn .... PHIL CAUDLE, little brother of the notorious orthodontist and man- ager of "difficult" children, B. D. CAUDLE: how could anyone be Ben's BIG brother? . . . Any similarity be- tween the characters on this page and the Iunior class is purely intentional. "Thank you for the flowers you sent," she said, And smiled and blushed and bowed her pretty head. "I'm sorry for the words I spoke last night, Your sending flowers proved that you were right, Forgive me?" He forgave her and with grace, He swept her in a powerful embrace. And as they sat and necked beneath the bowers, He wondered who the hell had sent the flowers. EICHTY mmss' L.,2.g,..:-3NI.qLQs,..a- f 5-ls, , Q -2,u.::'r.1s.g .,.-Qs . ,I LI:-.:. -1 .... - fe gy. L-'sg K,-,zry g.gqug.,a,- - W ijgj. fpjgwg-r. 1555-EQ! fee 1. 'fr-,...1KeE4ggf1-ggzg Those STREET brothers get around, Marjorie Reynolds, movie star, takes a look at a BUSHWHACKER .... "GEN- ERAL" SMITH and his "Ghandies"- "So sollyn-but-We all-are-not- "Ghandies." . . . SPYRES. lying as usual, "RADAR" Cpicks up anything? MARTIN, R. B. SPEEDY NUTZ. and "DOC" AULT, who was a nice boy at an early age. No doubt talking about a class something or other cavity .... WESTERN, Who thinks anti-aircraft is DEVORE'S aunt, and intormers. All tall, dark, and handsome, but how did that gal get in the picture?-"Who could it be?' '...' 'How do these fellas keep getting in here?" Politics, dirty politics .... Teeing oti. BERNADINE. dreaming ot ?'??? "WEAK EYES" BOLINGER trying to read a book. l-le shows more light be- tween his centrals than any other man in the school. GEORGE. and "PIMP" plan to "clean up" after the War by scaring people into the orthodontics clinic by screaming "Do you Want to look like this?' '... DR. CLOSSON. who will hold open the door tor those frightened in the manner men- tioned above. V "ls this a trick shot, Doc?" Eddie Cantor and DR. SMITH examine loe E. BroWn's ivories at close range. Being a major Wasn't so bad. EIGHTY-ONE ,-W -.V vw 1- f , -Y.-.-.,.,-U - --,.-gduggi ng , , I, . , W., ,,., ,, if--1 1 1. -Lg.-'Th f .x 1 1 4 1 1 . ' 3 5 7' f II 9 E pf- A el .st et TY TY, :dl FZ- of Las ,ng os- tart igh GY, 1 is stry E. C. "WAIR" GRITZ. president of the E, ED and BILL Club," casts. As to what he cases there is some doubt .... "SMlLEY" TELLMAN turns on the per- sonality., Repulsive, isn't he? . . . TAYLOR "THE CHIEF" SCOTT with his Pepsodent dentures out. Hes a noted member of Kansas City's police force in the evenings .... MARY ORR, who takes our "moolah," seems amused about it. ROSE, Working at home in his Well equipped laboratory .... A Lou's eye view of a hungry mob at noon time. Famous line at the "Sugar Bowl"- "l-low about a hamburger, Lou? l have a patient Waiting." NELLIE digs out that card that no one can find. What would we do With- out Nell to quiet our feverish ravings? . . . Amusing no doubt, but how does this cop figure in the scene? . . . "FOOT" ROGERS, Research Hospitals drug room maniac, stops dishing out "snow" long enough to fill his bottomless stomach .... IOHN SCHROEDER Work- ing hard. BEN CAUDLE, a good Delta Sig, peers out from the sanctity of the orthodontics laboratory. Ben can't understand why before the War women wanted sheer stockings to look like bare legs. Now that they have bare legs, they use make-up to make them look like stockings. EIGHTY-THREE "SOFT PEDAL" LEONARD WIL- LIAMS, busy rushing for Psi Omega, no doubt telling them about his new wife for whom he gave up "Burlap" . . . Clinical medicine class taking some internal medication .... Past Grand, BILL F IMPLE, doing his bit as always- Prank always works hard for Dr. Saw- yer. What a spot to say something about Fimp's "Bugs Bunny" worries, but we won't .... DR. BOOGIE WOOGIE CALMES, giving some off duty instruc- tions to members of his club. Dr. Calmes has a mean left hand, too. DELTA SIG party given by the school's finest fraternity .... DR. IOR- DON'S annual casting clinic. DR. CLAYTON, the pedodontist, pedodonting Cnew term to be entered in ADA's new dental terminology? .... Pipe DR. GATES .... DR. HAUETTEUR and "Mamma" out for the evening. . . . BILL ZIMMERMAN rushing for Psi Omegap Bill will rush for anyone if there's a free dinner involved .... T. B. and D. showing results of Pepsodent. This does not mean endorsement, for the Dental School does not endorse any product. This must have been one of those Garret Hall parties at which everyone had a great time. The stork is one of the mystics And inhabits a number of districts. It doesn't yield plumes Or sing any tunes, But helps out with Vital Statistics. She drank to the Army She drank to the Navy To Victory-Hang the expense! They lated found Mabel Under the table All out for National Defense. EIGHTY-FOUR EDQ C Rm 0 ,,.. 6 O 2 0000 Mawr Ooqjfllyq is K hfgaqix 60 N551 Zo M354 are X314 , B 10,140 u N O i ,S5X 5 k Q-f rf, K QLOOLQ jlrf0T , 'Wu mum eff 1 X Ac ,. Q . f ,iw I . 0 n wk A "ll W' V1 if 3 X v 4 5' 1 o Mlrlllll br cf age- 'xc e vw or ei l . . 5 Qx Y 1 0 f f 0 . f e A no Q y o an Q 610' M? we 2 A K fqo, Q mmexdkck 1 N,x- ,V xv I ' I Tx Q 47y9,X. 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L., 7 "' ',,-9Q U I " 9 1 vc-HU e c wwf, y e D K A 'Look well, friends-do you find yourself in this maze ol faces? Ii so you can belong to the EXCLUSIVE "Character Club" of ihe University of Kansas City School oi Dentisiry. ,q":'.. ... v,.1-H-1.-ae-1.-a-mi: EIGHTY-FIVE The hentai Uni euitq 77 Staff , IOHN Mccnoy ROY LININGER GEORGE RHODES WM. HERTZLER WM. CARTER TED RITTER The University News is the weekly publication of the University of Kansas City. ln the summer months of l944 Dr. I. F. Iacobs was given the assignment of Dental Faculty Advisor to the Dental U. News, a rather ambiguous assignment in that the dental students were practically inactive in this capacity. E. H. Mabry was selected as Dental Editor and together with Dr. Iacobs the first organized Dental U. News staff was created. Miss Ruth Vogel, librarian, accepted the position of assistant and edits, corrects, rewrites or creates news. The Dental Fraternities furnished Hugh Moore, Bill Carter, Bay Tharp, Ted Bitter, George Bolinger and Bill Hertzler as fraternity reporters. I. I. McCrory was chosen for the weekly column "Senior Profile," and Roy Lininger acted as junior editor, covering the successful season of the Dental Basketball team, news and so cial notes. George Rhodes furnished the sophomore copy and Chas. Anderson recorded the news and views of the freshman Bushwhackers. The news progressed from the spasmotic column of 1943 to a complete coverage of dental news in 1944. The policy of the editor and staff has been to cover the regular run of events in such a manner as to be of interest to all readers of the University News. To maintain a program of dental education and create closer relationship between the various schools, i.e. L. A., Law, etc., is the main goal in our participation in the University News. EIGHTY-srx I DES R U. TY al rs. he nd he he .9. Nawf 'U-L2 Wm!! The Navy V-l2 program of the University of Kansas City-Western Dental College commenced on luly l, l943. The educational training is carried on While the men are on active duty in uniform, receivingpay, and under general military discipline. However, it is basically a college program. lts primary purpose is to give prospective naval officers the benefits of a college education, and insofar as possible the normal pattern of college life has been preserved. Navy V-l2 dental students are apprentice seamen in the Naval Reserve. They are uniformed as midshipmen of the dental corps. Uponcompletion of the dental training program, the student receives the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery and is commissioned a Lieutenant Cjunior gradej in the Dental Corps of the Naval Reserve. y ARNOLD B. COPPING, Lieutenant, U.S.N.R. Commanding Officer EIGHTY-sm EIN ::,:::-...,.. 1.1-5-3fQs..,:..sa::'az., The 25th Kwlcwlnqclzeft swf IIM MULLEN Editor , This book, which expresses the lighter side of the dental student, whose mind has been filled with Dentistry and whose heart is heavy with the war now being carried to the enemy on all fronts, is intended as pleasant diversion. Accelerated classes and the changing Army program have slowed us down somewhat in the creation of our twenty-fifth BUSHWHACKER, but by working to- gether with the same spirit and keenness we hope to show when we are in the Armed Forces of the United States, the Senior Class has managed to send the yearbook to the presses on time. Our business pulse was weak in the beginning but thanks to our Business Manager, Stew Kelly, most ably aided by Cliff Clarke, that pulse was strengthened by a large dose of advertising. STEW KELLY Busine s Manager LELAND WEBER Photographic Editor The fine photographs are due to Leland Weber's eight years of photography and lack Christian's darkroom experience. lt was lucky for us that Lee and lack took enough time away from their clinical practice to do some consistent shutter-snapping. The art work here and there throughout the book has been contributed with some misgivings by the Ed. The call for help toward the last was answered by Forrest Brown, next year's editor, Iohn Tell- man, Dale De Vore, Bill Tretz, and Earl Mabry: all swell fellas who were glad to give a little time from their well filled days in the Clinic to help roll out the BUSHWHACKER on time. With no more pictures to take, copy to write, or deadlines to meet, we will now, with your permission, settle back and again study Dentistry. -l. M. Forrest Brown Editor, 1946 Q Bill Martin Business Mgr., l946 ' Mao 2 A0 These ten gentlemen represent the University of Kansas City School of Dentistry in the highly ' ' ' ' l t d b "Wh 's Who" In order to belong to this famed national organization, e ec e y touted college o . the Student Council of each College or University, the choosen few have to be outstanding men in the Senior Class. h b se arately we find such pleasing personalities as "WHIZ KID" HOWELL. Takingt e mem ers p our No I brain boy since way back in the beginning-boasts the best grade average in the Senior ' ' ' ' "th man." Class, has both a surgery and diagnosis appointment, proving he is not Just a eory "DANGEROUS DAN" KINCAID-Grand Master of Delta Sig, President of the Senior Class and Student Council member, also has a surgery appointment-most notably remembered for the d P night he "invaded" the island in the middle of Linwood an aseo. BUSH- "KILLER" KELLY, the surgeon general of the Senior Class, Business Manager of the WHACKER, lealder of the famed "Kelly-Kincaid faction"-has taken up oral surgery to get away from it all" and give his right hand a rest. "THE EARL" MABRY Navy V12 student President of the Student Council, dental E. H. - - , editor of the University News, and life-long member of Martin's "Plaza Club. CHARLEY "KIT" CARSON, distinguished sheep-herder from Wyoming, had surgery appoint- ment-came to Kansas City and was "found" by his wife. LOUIS "SILENT" CORDONIER. Navy V-l2 student, was President of the Iunior Class, member of the Student Council, and is one of the school's best operators as long as it doesnt interfere with his ping-pong. WILLIAM "WILD BILL" HERTZLER, Navy V-I2 student, surgery and operative appointee, and Vice-President of the "E, Ed. and Bill" Club. I. W. "THE EAR" BARNETT, another 20 per center, was President of the Class when he was a Sophomore, is from Phillips, Texas, and is the "body man" of the Senior Class. of Psi Omegap is the ace "con" man of this note- FRANK B. "SIMPLE" FIMPLE, Grand Master Worthy group-can sell Avery on the fact that he is "nice." NEAL "WALLACE" SELLERS, surgery appointee, pin-ball terminologist, and great friend of Stan McCoy, has influence, friends, and money-will locate after the war and make a million. We of the staff wish to express our sincere thanks to all who have helped us with the '45 BUSHWHACKEB. Ralph Koeb and Betty Pissler at Burger-Baird Engraving Co., Mrs. Donahoe at Moore's Studio for hurrying our class photos: Otto Lipp in the front office and Harry Thelen in the composing room at Central Printing Co. Also Helen Adams of the Dental School office staff who found time to proof read the annual and Dr. Francis Calmes, our faculty director. NINETY - '-1-4" 2-lm-u-+L-quawse':::.1-r ' A '-L nr"w'2'wE: 'x:.'rfeE1'zua',35 1-2-gaF91':iighI'ilF1.3'i:Lf :pans " ' ' ml. in f ... ly 3Y an .L. Lor II 1. nd he SH- CIY tcrl LDT- Jer 'ith :nd ras ute- of yf4 :f,g5,L A03 A0 , f .f. X ' - ,qfyyf ,,' 1 rf ,447 , , , ' ' f"ffLff,'af:f my fm .u .xffv Q110'fMg4w,fy47Zfg,i:yQ 'f 417, f WV' 1, ff , i , , , 'Qfili ,j'f,gEgQQ ,jff '6ff,17, : 0 f 101-IN HQWELL CHARLES CARSON STUART KELLY EARL MAERY JAMES BARNETT DAN KINCAID BILL HERTZLER LOUIS COEDONIER NEAL SELLERS FRANK FIMPLE N INETY-ONE w ' I , A i A 1 -VL-Marv V-E5-llAa4l2y'givf:?5:T5,1:1ii.-' :xxx :Tm-'25-::::A:m.:QiuiQkM5iEg5Gg5,y,,,y.A.,,E,,,.,L1. ,g.5,15.c,-,.1.., M17 iiL-:,j- Q ,L-g:?....9...5,.1.L, -- EA S.,-y ..,:..,,.,1.. Y :.L,,.. ,. - -.,....-, Au. . . .. . . L. . I I I I I 1 I I I I M II II II PI 91 I Jszmwwssuw 9 ef Ada. M ua. S qv ' 61 Q , I 4 I I I N1Nu'rY-Two "Hi. Recognize me? I'm one of your crowd. You see, I speak for Coca-Cola, known, too, as 'Coke.' I speak for both. 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Ayys 5 t-" R' 1f,.f?'l ":iii ..p,,.,. 1 Ritter Co., Inc., Ritter Park, Rochester 3, N. f ' Q f "l" a:f',Q.:12 -"'t" A--N .. 4 O ron AnvANcfn EQUIPMENT - Loon T0 lt t Patronize these firmsg they made your BUSHWHACKER possible. --J-.. r 29511.-Qff:.n1i ' -fn , .5 ,- Y. NINETY-FIVE Nt l l X X l X X X X X l I 1 473 W , , -,.....A.,...w.-mann FREE OFFICE PLANNING SERVICE Any distributor of S. S. White Equipment will gladly tell you about the S. S.White Free Office Planning Service and Easy Pay- ment Plans. Contact him, or write direct. jltzaza the? lllll lllli lllMllllllllW The more you observe and study the shape of things to come, the more clear is the fact that S. S. WHITE EQUIPMENT is in perfect accord with the style trend for the post-war world. All the intimate, peek-a-boo glimpses of the "better things for better living" in the world of tomorrow are compliments to the design of the Master Unit and Motor Chair. Simplicity in line, function in form, greater economy in operation, higher efficiency in performance, all forecast for almost everything in the post-war period, are in the Master Unit and Motor Chair today. Make it a point to see and operate the Master Unit and Motor Chair, for only by seeing and operating it can you comprehend fully the prestige and convenience it brings to the dental operating room. THE S.S.WHlTE DENTAL MFG. CO. 211 S. 12'lh STREET, PHILADELPHIA 5, PA. Patronize these firms: they made your BUSHWHACKER possible. N1NETY-six I , A - i , . - . , 1 K f .. X .- .1 .- X, A-I-'X 3- ...ef ,X X, .-1:,XQ.Q'f-all-1 .1s1I'Lzfi1l.-'N Qaffli-312221 ..-:ia . 1.4. 4.5:-Qsisiaesi.-1431..V-sei-L',.L-'4.zL,ss.e.L,.sQ.PLez-- w.iswx::amiee5aQ utgug. . ,Q-L.-:+,:gIe.g1faw gli , :L .Qing L.,,,5',,5,.,,,.L.g:. .-LQ. ,.,L.s,,,- 5, . ..-.. . . . .a .. J...'E1l'.1l:1 .. 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IF YOU ENTER PRIVATE PRACTICE you can probably qualify for new Weber Equip- ment Cpost-war desi gnj. Ask yourWeberDealer for particulars-or write us direct. the last word in electrical and mechanical ingenuity, appearance, and utility. AN, Ey 4. 6 s O 'lf MM Patronize these firms: they made your BUSHWHACKER possible. NINETY-SEVEN Tru-Chrome Material Oiier Striking Advantages To Dentists Orthodontic and prosthetic appliances made oi genuine True-Chrome alloy give maximum strength and minimum bulk in every application. They make tor fast operation. This metal cannot harm the most delicate tissues. And despite the definite superiority oi Tru-Chrome materials their cost is very low. ROCKY MOUNTAIN METAL PRODUCTS CO. 1450 Galapago St. Box 1887 Denver 1. Colo. Compliments of Harry I . Bosworth Co. RADOFF AND SHURE SHINE The Most Convenient and Best Finishing and Polishing Outfit for All Prosthetic Work: Metals, Vulcanite, Condenside or Cellulose and Acrylic Resine Materials, Also SEPARATEX SEPARATING FLUID, Supperior for Plastzr Impressions - ASK YOUR DEALER - lllzznufactured By AURORA DENTAL SPECIALTIES COMPANY AURORA, ILLINOIS A Howard is Boys, come in-feel at home--make your Head- quarters at Howard's . . . Iust across the street. Patronize these firmsg they made your BUSHWHACKER possible. NINETY-Ercnr " 3" W' 'Q 3 'fffi-U ' !??f'W:Hi15'i'1e-:Wi-f1E'!+'2 . a1'H!::2'ef5E'e1aa-:fr wsexfze--151 aiafslfai-ga +:'14i,:fzs -., -..-...B M, with J H i 5 W M ' - 1 V' -- ' - - --- v V , .,-J. .v . .F .- -1- 11 1 .X .,, ., -.Avia Lf. Lgggvqv -gl-iff. -I -55.pn..T.,.1,.nH.5, .,.,1 N ..l15.1pq3-3, xi , f ,W -14 C J. jg- 1 'Gr . 4314-.S Q , - ar C sR2,5x5, - f .C f. . ' X' 1i?f'F':' .. . f -me ,. 0. S 1 44-3, . . 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" if-4--iff-1 wif' ' '4-....o- actory Service Where Better Practice lndicates the Use of Precision Attachments for Removable Restroation .... Specify BROWN PROXIMAL CONTACT ATTACHMENTS The use of Precision Attachments is indicated in this case because they eliminate need of a cumber- some continuous clasp across anteriors from cuspid to lst bicuspid, which would be required in a clasp case in addition to clasps on the cuspid, lst bicuspid and 2nd molar. K I Therefore, attachments are more comfortable to the patient and more esthetic, avoiding the display of gold inevitable in clasps on cuspid and lst bicuspid. BROWN PRECISION ATTACHMENTS have been used successfuly sice 1920, when patents' were granted to their inventor, Dr. I. Brown. This event followed by only a few years the publicity and 2 impetus that Dr. Herman Chayes gave to the advance in removable restorations by the introduction J, ,I :.Q of the precision type of attachment. So simple, yet so effective and practical are the design and mechanical principles employed in I Brown Attachments, that they have defied every effort to improve upon them for 25 years. Except yy with the addition, about IO years ago, of the proximal contact type, to give the convenience of a built-in proximal contact, no change in design has been made. The sizes of the Brown Attachment ,Affj,W W made today are identical with those made 25 years ago-a comforting thought if replacement parts Z XM are required. I ' ' ' f . . 3 ,U Send for 12 Design Charts of Attachment Cases with Descriptive and Technical Literature 77' ' , As Makers of Attachments, We Are As Anxious To Discourage 'Their Use Where Wf yi Contra-Indicated As To Encourage lt Where Indicated I if COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION 'l3'l East 23rd Street New York 10, N. Y. NOW IS THE TIME for Every American to do Better Than His Best. We after you and your clientele the best and most highly personalized laboratory service in this area. 0CKLER DA IELS 428 Professional Bldg. Phone Vlctor 9446 Good Fellowship and Good Food at the SUGAR BOWL TI-IE BEST IN SANDWICHES AND FOUNTAIN SPECIALTIES 924 Troost HArrison 9077 Patronize these firmsg they made your BUSHWHACKER possible. UNE HUNDRED - tioll 316319111 GTS COD , GUY YS I CiDD1'eciCit1OH of m I'l . C9 lfl to be of c1SS1Smn . THQ - llowlng l1'1 Cf shOWn re. re Secu our fuillfe mc ke Y - to ma 1f111'lQf p1CII'l P0019 nk H. Fw Represgltinq ANY URANCE CGM? VA-7821 YORK LIFE INS NEW VI. 2090 . Missouri CNY' Kansas xL,i. 'H 11 UR PR N-l..45'3T:fif ,,., 9 Fi fv ff ' 1 f - ,f iififf-' f f W . eff , Q f f , l vt trr IQ , , - s , V, ff,lVV i ,, ,, . 1 . -S --E u fA. , Q- 4ff'77fijtt g Vf j f Let a new American Dental Cabinet help you jj ie e jade, e f v Q l build your practice. It will give your office if fi 4 Q .r fi r l 4 an inviting, clean, and sanitary appearance. L5gQnf5i?, ,1 r, e' .Ar ltf hgd,,,V' 2 It will help patients build-confidence in Q trt,y 1 yrtytr' 2 , Q : t your practice. The American Cabinet, 'QQQ,yi', M ffft, illustrated at the left, is mobile . . 3 ytr , gg for greater efficiency . it can be t' ft 1 ' rtlp ff' f f,,t , ' moved to the most convenient operat ' if 315 r N ing position for each patient V I X , fffzi 311119 Y0'-1 Heed ,gf 1 ,,.. D ger tips ' 'ilt 5 V g 4 Z ff tzvzty S . Ever will be at . . . within y . ee your ' e you st e will be ' Y your fin- our spher America art your ' glad to h e of ac- n dealer be- practice . . . he elp plan your office HE AMERIC s 'rwo RIVER 'ble- R DOSSI our BUSHWHACKE de V U . fhev ma farms' , H1656 Patr0n'ze E HUNDRED ON ONE IOE SMITH BEVERAGE COMPANY Wholesale Distributors PABST BLUE RIBBON AND STAG 215 Wall St. Ioplin, Mo. Phone 1066 RELY UPDN "Fh'st .Aid fbz' the Family " For Best Results This old familiar friend of your sludenl worlc will sland loy you when you are on your own. You and your inslruclors, your classmales and alumni, have used SODIPHENE in lhousands oi clinical cases. Conlinue lo use il in your professional praclice. Old Grads, now veleran praclilioners, reporl ils valuable assislance in preparalory medicaiion and in posl operalive care. Prescribe SODIPHENE lor your palienls' home lreal- meni in cases of minor burns, culs and scralches, applied lull sirenglh. Distributed Nationally MANUFACTURED BY THE SCDIPHENE CC. KANSAS CITY, Mo. P T nize These firms' Th y m cl your BUSHWHACKER possible. ONE HUNDRED Two 1 X 1"":" 'i he-r le: K F 1- sr-1 -'vseurga -5 fi .i 1 m -Q 5, ,.,.5t,,m M, ww , FREE SUPPLY on Request WERNET DENTAL MFG. CO. T90 Baldwin Ave., Jersey City 6, N. J. ' "'tl2l5uvnQx I ,xfii-11:11 i it v0"cr-1 is ,J or 9 L P I f, 4 Witt e 9 aww' ,. ya X 'v ' J- j Fwl up I :MW-9' I rf' Q-1 ,I 1,1 'wg w ff' ' f , ,.,:.:i.v? T T fl i af Y D 'Sw o Eli!! , , ,, . , 1611 H , , ' I , 49 ff , f 4 x7-THF. "W: Patronize these firrnsg whether she to live" or "lives to eat" . . . 'the new denture patient must laboriously learn to "'eat" agaiin. She must learn new habits of chewing . . . new habits of muscular control . . . and develop a new sense of "feel", To ease the patient's burden of learning to "eat" again, many dentists use and recommend Wernet's Powder during the first few weeks, to help adapt the patient to the carefully fitted dentures. Wernet's Powder contributes to the maintenance of a perfect valve seal, aids retention and helps prevent slipping under awkward manipulation. lt forms a soft protective cushion, which allows the patient to exert pressure at any point of the den- ture with comfort. And Knot to be minimizedl, light dusting of Wernet's Powder on the new dentures has the psychological effect of increasing confidence that they will be properly retained. Wernet's Powder means greater comfort and confidence for your denture patients. . . this means greater satisfaction in your skill and' ability! WERNETS POWDER ADAPTS THE PATIENT TO THE DENTURE ffffl' :Eg ' ':j-:,- :Q,f:31.5: ,. ,. .,, , ,, I.. if .t:g:.,35.,Q.:.E.,::.-7 W 3 1:3 X ',i,'i 'ifi My they made your BUSHWHACKER possible. ONE HUNDRED THREE in .ttfmlm or ,35- Class 0 94 Reddy KilowaH's pic+ure couldn'+ be included in 'rhe graduaiion panel . . . he's noi' even enrolled in school! Bui' l he wanied 'ro be in your book, having kep+ aglow your s+udy lamps, helped run your laboraforyiequipmeni' l . . . we hope you won'+ mind. And when you enfer your chosen profession, he will be fhere, foo, +o 1 welcome you. Congralulalions, Class of - - '45 . . . may you and Reddy KilowaH' l REDDY KlLOWATT ll gel' even be+'rer acquainfedl KANSAS CITY PUWE 6flIGHT COMPANY X A ! , E ' x if .rx ' awe,-Q., 4' f '-"+L-:e'5'aQ2i2-?eZ'4i:4i:Z2-21-E-1-i--1-2-243:l:i-i2?':-1-"Z- .af ' f-ji--E?-'-'Q-.-:L-1-'A' ,Sufi 1, t, - vin- ' .ff-zz-aff' .. , ..1-G-Z-Z'-Li:i'4'?4iii'2f '-'Zfi'-Z'f'i5'5:"" 'w2',Z':??,.-,..,-:-,-:4-432-1Q-Z-ljiiji-223215141-552'' M3241-g'13?Zj51Z-151-i11-Y-Q.-:LE-J. , , R w "Ql5'f'P - ':'5Qi??i.?i:5?1f1,. Wgiq. jr- ggi-5, -, ' - r '.-2.5 5 .::.:L.'f-'.:- ' -t -sg.-3.-:.g:g. ' The Palace has the Shoes o Thousands oi pairs and FLORSHEIM f t 1 Sh f scores o syes. oes o SHOES FOR MEN pre-War quality, in leathers, 510 5: S11 styling and workmanship. . CMen's Shoes - BaQcony7 PALACE MARVELS P 1 S7 50 The CI CICS ' IT'S TWELFTH AND GRAND Fon FAMOUS BRANDS Patronize these firms: They made your BUSHWHACKER possible. ONE HUNDRED FOUR PCRTER'S Operatnq Gowns of All Kinds 210 West 8th St. Kansas City, Mo. HArrison 6929 P 'r o th fi msg they made your BUSHWHACKER possibl ONE HUNDRED FIVE HENRY MOORE Photographer 214 East Eleventh Street KANSAS CITY. MO. Vlctor 4531 PROFESSIONAL DISCOUNT Dentql Supplies ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS HIGHLAND PHARMACY, No. 2 Claude F alkenstein Prescription Druggists S. E. Corner 12th and Troost PHONES HARRISON 6723 - 6724 BAR-B-Q MEATS 1106 EAST 12TH ST MADDEN'S CAFE BAR Italian Spaghetti and Meat Balls PRIME STEAKS PHONE HA. 9170 Frank Lapcxr Compliments Italian Gardens 1110 Baltimore Iohnny Bondo P t ONE HUNDRED SIX th e f they mad your BUSHWHACKER p bl "All Filled!" may be a happy sound for CI dentist but it's at nightmare tor ct room clerk. We like to tcrke care ot every friend we have and it theres ct "cavity" left in this hotel We'll be glad to let you fill it! MANAGING l I omzcron tilt II II Qoywwqamfvwll 12th and BALTIMORE 0 of the features " 1' in " --me 1'4-- 1 iff' if Q ' cggicliiiiii 7' '- x if L , Louuoe -.Ait - I l il l i ., . l ll if 1 E milf' 'l"Q' : 5:2 'l'if'fl' 't ' HOTEL C0 Tl NTAL Featuring 5 star attractions for enjoyment of livin at its best l'llPenguin Room l2lSk -H N ' Roo?n l3l Omar Cocktail Lounge l4tYTh: MODERN COMFORT Alcove l5lTl1e New Coffee Shop. Outstancl- i ingly gay and attractive ....Guests enioy all club facilities, including swim- ming pool...perfect loca- tion at llth ancl Baltimore I6 FLOORS OF R. E. MCEACHIN, Managing Director K A N S 1-L S C ITY Direction-Southwest Hotels Incorporated- H. G. Manning- Founder Patronize these firmsg they made your BUSHWHACKER possible. ONE HUNDRED SEVEN Crowley-Reuter Stationery Co. STATICNERS Office Supplies - Commercial Printing - Loose-Leaf Specialists The Largest Stock of Commercial Stationery in Kansas City 932 Wyandotte Street Phone Vlctor 3028 Kansas City 6, Mo. LUKE F. I-IERLAC Service Limited to Full ancl Partial Dentures 1206 Professional Bldg. Phone HArrison 3033 Kansas City, Missouri Congratulations to the '45 Graduation Class KARN ES DRUG C0. Armour and Swiit, North Kansas City, Mo. - Avondale, Mo. To The Kansas City-Western Dental College and To All Discriminating Buyers We Offer . . . Quality in All Kinds of Envelopes KANSAS CITY ENVELCPE COMPANY 1523-25 Walnut street HArrison 1020 P t th f 2 th y made your BUSHWHACKER poss bl ONE HUNDRED EIGHT 0. E. D A V I S cEnAMls1 AND Gow 1EcHNlclAN Gold, Porcelain, and Acrylic Work of All Kinds GRAND 2835 1426 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. No scientific test of any methyl methacrylate denture base material has disclosed a product better than Live-Tone Precision Laboratories, Inc. 3802 East Eighteenth St. Kansas City, Mo. Compliments of K. C. LITI-ICJGRAPH F O R E S T H O T E L Strictly Modern Rooms-With or Without Bath P f th fi ms: they made yo BUSHWHACKER possible. ONE HUNDRED NINE Re iners 0 Precious Metals Manufacturers 0 Dental Gold KRAUSE GOLD REF IN ERY Distributors of C'Vita-Liten Denture Material I and Verichrome Teeth 928 'Main Street -:- P. O. Box 2235 Kansas City, Missouri Phones Hlland 8447 - 5990 55 KL DENTAL TECHNICIANS 'V f CS Q0 K. D. RUDD M. H. ROBINSON 6335 Chestnut Street Kansas City 5, Mo. ACCURACY DYSART 61 PETERS DENTAL LABORATORY D V 417-20 Argyle Bldg Vlctor 9490 VITALLIUM CASTINGS - AUSTENAL MICRO-MOULD TEETH LUXENE 44, the outstanding denture material, processed by the "Pressure-cast" technique. The bite is not raised, teeth are not moved and ACCURATE RE- PRODUCTION OF THE MODEL IS ASSURED. - P t " th fi msfthey made your BUSHWHACKER po bl ONE HUNDRED TEN- THE Pattison-McGrath Company HOME TRUST BLDG. I I I7 Walnut Kansas City, Missouri Dental Equipment I Dental Supplies and X-Ray Machines WM. ZIMMERMAN CARL HOFF RUSSELL C. 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