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

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XQ- School of Dentistry ' l Office of the Dean UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - KANSAS CITY 650 East 25th Street Kansas Clty, Missourl 64108 Telephone: 03165 221-3500 The Bushwacker had a long tradition from Volume 1 in 1920 Qfollowing "The Molar"D until 1946. From 1947 until 1967 the School of Dentistry was represented to varying de- grees in the general yearbook of the University of Kansas City and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Kangaroos. In 1968 student interest in a UMKC yearbook died and has never been revived. At the School of Dentistry the Bushwacker was reestablished in 1970. The yearbooks give a permanent and vital record of the school which cannot be gleaned from the student records and annual school catalogs. Looking back over the Kangaroos from 1958 when I joined the faculty until 1967 and the 1970-74 fand hopefully 19755 Bushwackers is to see the changes and the advances of almost two decades. The "lost" years C1968-19695 leave an irreplaceable gap. Unfortunately, as students many of us never appreciated the yearbook concept but these records are among the most fre- quently used books in the Dean's Office. Almost daily a graduate writes back for a ref- erence to be used for admission to graduate school or appointment to a hospital staff or an organization writes for information Knot G. P. A. or class standingb on an alumnus who has been nominated for some honor or position of responsibility. In the yearbooks these individuals are more than just names but active men and women who contributed to the milieu that was their dental school. I for one hope that the tradition does not succumb again to apathy. The class of 1975 will be the class leaving UMKC with me. There have been many changes since I came to this school in 1958. Most alumni look on the new building as the most obvious improvement of the past decade but it was already here when you entered. I look on getting out of the "lock-step" program that made dental school a cross between a monastery and a military academy as being more important. You take for granted the selective enrichment, comprehensive dentistry, student involvement in governance and committee work, the biomedical communications system, utilization of auxiliaries, extramural experiences and early graduation. To generations of dentists before you these were unknown and still are in many schools that base graduation on the number of "points" earned for clinical procedures. As we leave UMKC let us remember that others will follow and that without con- tinuing progress the school will be regressing. Let us help to support future generations of students who will be coming here for their education dentists and dental hygienists. Hamilton B. G. Robinson an equal opportunlty lnstltutlon A QP' r 1 - Q,- a-. , -'U 'Wf- . F, Wy W s 31 9,i' f 5 ,',.q-Q-ls 1 J f"f4 l"Y ff is s. xx w M , S QB ur fn? A ,- gl Ai 13, u X g W i , f 5' A ,I - 1-s-I ...- , ,--s Bi 'f ' 9 4, Q 5 --x rv"-'F ' !.,. Q H :1'H:QL':1iqM'f ' 7 'A ' . y LUX , ,,-,m1'f:f64 N. X Rs 13- W' I 'S . M-- 1 ., IU.: ! ii' Y . -if W F if ,ri wr? "K, ix .ji .13 M V? rx, fi 'ON M 'JH' .,, Na qt, Tl"lE CLDVVIXI CQIEQ IQ!! lm uNlvERsi v 'os MISSCMJRI- ANSAS A cwv VOL- III SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY NUMBER 42 February 31, 1975 LOST: One Denar Articulator left in East Lab. Contact Al Ginate, messag light 4007. FOR SALE: One Denar Articulator, slightly used. Comes complete with den wax in. If interested contact message light 4008. THE FOLLOWING BOOKS have now arrived in the library: uIt's All In The Packetu by Dr. Henry Musselman. uHow to Be Famous Without Tryingu by Dr. e tur Howard Johnson. nNew Techniques in Preventing Gaggingn by Linda Lovelace. uCadavers I Have Knownn by Erla Steuerwald. STAFF SERVICE CLUB WINNER has been determined for the Foster Grants nCool Rayn sunglasses. Will Dr. Vernon Fricke please report to the registrar's office to pick up his prize. THERE WILL BE AN ENRICHMENT COURSE sponsored by the Gunner's Club Sunday morning at 7:00 A.M. Tie and clinic jacket required. Lecture to be give New Technique in Brown-nosing for PEG's offered by Dr. Kilpatrick. ATTENTION - LOST: Anyone finding a used cuttle fish disk, lost on Wednes the 10th around Module 4, please contact Danny Temres, message light 4307 JOB OPENING: Translator for the histology and physiology departments. M be multilingual. Language areas should include: Arabic, Chinese, Burmes and Porteguese. Working knowledge of English would be helpful but not required. HOT FOOD SERVICE is now available with two selections offered daily. NEW ADDITION TO CANTEEN: CBy popular demandl Two stomach pump Vendo machines have just been installed in the 2nd floor canteen. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: All street parking from 23rd street to 29th stree and from Troost to Main will be reserved for staff. Student parking is n available at Volker Campus at reasonable rates. Contact Dr. Schooler for reservations. JACKSON COUNTY CHECKS are now available in Dr. Schooler's office for'thos students who graduated in the Spring of 1972. FOR SALE, BARGAIN! Brand new snap-a-ray film holders. If interested contact any 4th year dental student or 2nd year dental hygiene student. ANNUAL QUAD FRATERNITY: Annual nature seminar offered tonight, bring a blanket and field glasses. Clothes optional in case of inclement weather or local overheating of the environment. Members attending may want to bring a board and a handful of nails. 11 S T11 day st t OW S G """"'THE PATlENT'S ODE TO DENTlSTRY"""' Dear Doctor, We, the patients, do feel some disdain For those professional pushcrs of novacaine. We show almost no respect For those who do nothing but detect Those little soft spaces In the most inconvenient places. We, Mr., Mrs., Miss, and Ms., never thrill While you drill at will to fill the nil. Need you ask, "Why no glory?" When most things you do are so bloody gory? And why, really, should you expect to rate When all we ever here is, "Now, expectoratef' We come in fear We leave in pain And still a friendship you try to claim. But Doctor, the only time we become resentive ls when your dentistry becomes more than preventive! We don't know what to do when pearlies protrude Or even what to do if they malocclude. We'll never know how to till a cavity space Or even how to band a brace. We find no other knowledge as banal As the dentist's knowledge of a root canal. There is no other banter quite as trite As the conversation abour canines left and right. We find our mouths wet and boring, forsooth What can anyone find interesting about a tooth? Doctor, even for your professional fee Dentists we would never be! Because, there must be that certain chemistry For one to be in dentistry. There is a unique trait found characteristically In every dentist that we see: For one to be a dentist One must be non compos mentis. A dentist indeed is a rara avis And from this tortuous trade. . .God save us! This poem is dedicated to those who must practice or perish Who never know their polishing, probing, pulling is to most nightmarish' To all, fair warning, one day you'll meet your doom And all be confined in an operatory room. We'll tie you up with dental tloss And for all your strength you'll still be at a loss Because, the more you try,to fight us The more we'l1 calm you down with nitrous. And to complete this devilish dentocide We'll gag you all on cola flouride. Then the least of your worries will be taxes and inflation POWER TO A CARIES NATION"' When the revolution comes .....,. 1, of unsound mind 2. rare bird, unusual thing x.J ff XX X. ' UM! 5522 W Q N QWWWW 1. 'faqlwk -Z -7 . .. f 1 -f 4 C F-, X ay . 5- Qgw N Hg 4, Co ggi? 9 Y f 5 QW f if ff' fx- Gu. Ny, xl-f' hw 1 Ax! 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Microbiology Thomas Alms, Chairman Glenn Harrington , P J , .Mr i I, ' - F.- " 'i , 4 X ' l :T F , x X V X uf Q , . 5 E .VAL X 1. 4-'f 2. ' EV - ' . I , 1 I, , I . , -Te ,Q-A F' We W .. r 1 ,. , or Y' "eww gif V o . r K I il , , ,,,,a.H, E ,-1' A v' . 2 Charles Dunlap, Chairman Bruce Barker Not pictured: Kendall Porter M'c ll3t0 Fayez Sayegh, Chairman Braz Macedo Abdul Alabousy in r 4 rv Egypt's first atom bomb 'A , ,,- -- Biochemistry George Young, Chairman Pat Randolph W gilillgrmacology . Dggigonel . D .mi Q L Ph ' I Frank Liu, chairman Ray Burich pu I Not Pictured Hsien Lin ral Diagnosis Ronald Gier, Chairman Jerry Hart - Felix Quiason ,v I 1 :v V1 ' Q1 3 Arthur Herlach L I X T. A. Jones ,.. me 6 F X Arvon Rueger I 'L PUFFt R U 1 BLU E I DIAG' O 0 o Mc DQNA LD Lggrwza semi Mi Wqfadlgmllllllzfl, . . 11' jiyt - xg by 51-OAT 0 If L J - - - xl W X T- O """" fr'T QI 1 HA, . - Benjamin Warner, Chairman i -- .fl i za 'I - i f ' '--4'-LM LW A We 'h Y - ' Q rl ,,,.:,4,. -f " """"' qi .Mil J I if T 1 ' l ift l 4 M ... 4 0 Frank Grossman, Chairman ntr I Jia: Paul J ones Genevieve Roth www ,mv xpmw ,.- 1' af' Harvey Eplee ll mprehensive entistry Vernon Fricke, Chairman - rg Not Plcturedz James Hocott Victor Flohr Kenneth Adamson Jon Birkenbaugh Earl Gottschalk Carlyle Mills Warren Newton Gary Shemwell Dwayne Wagner Tully Lale Charles Body John Gilbert Ronald Wright Arnold Klrchoff Anton Vierthaler Kenneth Chatfield Joe Hathcote F . W ' ,Q r. " IH K, , iw' .r 1. i ... ,.,,,....-.nu-nv .NJQ .f .,,r. ' L V 14.2 v .f A:.Hvl.l,X- ,ir Y Y ,X P. K. Hardman Gary Wright Louis Cordonier S..-V l'Hsn...a........., . Charles Schroeder Peter Needham J ack Waterson it -' Y 1 V AY' I .arf 'Aff I Charles Walthall Jack Farrell Albert MOHSCCS Athur Iwerson, Chairman edodontics N. f V Not pictured: John Haynes Thomas Schaad James Sweeney I Z U 4-L.. r my M 1 . "Today we will discuss the primordal scream." "Looks like a pretty tough bunch today!" 4Vf'0L fre Mfg I? , - A IL, l i ed rosthodontics Norman Swartz, Chairman James Loftus Not Pictured: Jon Finley Kelly Deines R.L. Clemons Charles Breusing David Western Marlin Rueb Richard Ochs ndo dontics Richard Blackwell, Chairman V :elf F' Not Pictured: Richard Falkensten Charles Walthall John Dietrich B Q - Edward Neubauer ral Surgery James Andrews, Chairman Not Pictured: Perry Bolander l Dennis Cocayne Larry Evans Robert Ennis Ronald Kramer Robert Barbe rthodontics Not Pictured: Victor Bowles, Chairman Steven Cain Dean Byer Ronald Huerter Max Moore George Muehlbach Mortimer Rosenthal H. Eugene Thompson Dayton Blume Donald Closson Gerard Huerter Richard Jones John Richmond Donnie Thompson Ronald Peters Periodontics Peter Fedi Not Pictured: Corey Holmes, Chairman Q Howard Johnson i if 4' Robert Lockhart Chester Siegel emovable Prosthodontics 4, Left to Right: Steven Balzer, Lewis Welton, David Ferguson, and John Dee Mose. 1 -5 -it QL, Q- I r Dental Materials Robert Chappell "Radar" Edward Dillon "Now let me guess . . . your glasses are a 4572: alloy of Kryptonite and aged Mayonaise!" 1 ali? "Want to see me comb my hair with- out using my hands? r - RF' - Lys - , -.y 1, 1. IL, 0 perat ' David Moore, Chairman Eugene Maienschein Randall Breeden l 'iv Not Pictured: John Killip Carl Mathews Gary McReyn0lds Edward Nelson Alfred Rueb William Trefz M rphology 8: Robert Gillahan, Chairman ,,.---Y ' 1 ' l ei :X X k...e,iiJE A ,.. -3 C 'l N 1 . 3 Vkefzm auf-fx cclusion mm Michael Johnson Robert Rosevear John Kiesendahl Q it Faculty in Action I -1 'W LL3-.g-. ..-...1.lnin Ham, we must stop meeting this way. Ve have ways to make you attend class. if-V , I I L Vm It does a greatjob on heat ing pastries also This little jewel cleaned our laundry in just 2 Amazing! Captain Kangaroo hasn't changed at minutes all. .r Ll Students toasting and glv- ing secret hand signals of the fraternal order of Major Labii .l ental H giene aculty Fleeta Fox, Assistant Professor Lynn Schuckman, Instructor Pat Tebenkamp Marilyn Shreve, Director and Asso- ciate Professor "Dental Hygiene has its glamorous moments" Not Showng Gail Babbe-Assistant Professor, Mary Sharon Gound-Assistant Professor, Donna Havlic-Instructor, Martha Hixson- Instructor, Marsha Marden-Instructor, and Cheryl Wiles-Assistant Professor. Also not shown is Maxine Tishk-Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Dental Hygiene. - 1 5, I-, ww ll ,R I THE WB TPDRT FREE CLI IC The Westport Free Health Clinic, which has been in operation as a medical clinic since 1971, expanded its functions to include a dental clinic. The dental clinic opened to the public in February of 1974. The Clinic is staffed by dental and dental hygiene students, assistants and any volun- teers who want to help under the supervision of instructors from the Dental School. The staff is all volunteers. It is not a dental school assignment. The clinic is privately funded by donations. The program includes a multiple visit disease control program and limited emergency care. In 1974, a total of 307 patients came to the dental clinic seeking either pre- ventive or emergency care. The growth of the dental clinic will depend on the input and direction of resources -the most important resources being volunteer workers. NH' Y Y r" fi N 30 9 9 esearch 74 - 75 SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY RESEARCH ACTIVITIES The broad aim of the research program at the School of Dentistry IS to contribute tangibly to know ledge ultimately applicable in improving the oral health of people.In working toward that goal our investigators have focused their attention within the general areas of dental caries penodontal dis ease, soft and hard tissue studies and restorative materials. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR DENTAL RESEARCH AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR DENTAL RESEARCH KANSAS CITY SECTION ' Officers: President. . . .... H. C. Carlson Secretary. . . .... F. S. Sayegh Councilor .... .... J . L. Stewart Members: Dr. Daniel Durchslag Dr. John Feeney Dr. David Cohn Dr. James Herbertson Dr. Chester Siegel Mrs. Pat Randolph Dr. Genevieve Roth Dr. Philip Jones Dr. Donald Hoover Dr. Frank Grossman Dr. Ronald Gier Mrs. Viola Flanagan Dr. Abbas Abousy Dr. Glen Harrington Dr. Amos Williams Dr. Marlon Steinert Dr. Bernard Butterworth Vernon Fricke Russell Sumnicht Ben Warner . David Moore . Jack Stewart . Fayez Sayegh F rank Amundsen A. E. Rueger . Peter Fedi Hugh Bruner Harvey C. Carlson Frank Liu Braz Macedo . Tom Alms . Ben Cantor . H. B. G. Robinson GRADU TB STUDIES GENERAL PRACTICE First Year-G. M. Shuford Second Year-W. T. Batson PROSTHODONTIC S- REMOVAB LE First Year A. Kazanoglu J. B. Martin J. L. Reyher P. H. Tischler Second Year J. L. Beatty ORTHODONTICS First Year R. E. Crowder J. B. Dankey C. S. Dean W. M. Dotson J. D. English J. M. Oleskevich J. W. Osborne J. C. Suit Second Year J. P. Bogue R. F. Brown J. F. Cash H. L. Clendenen J. R. Edmister J. E. Elrod K. J. Kaelke R. F. McBride W. L. Murphy J. S. Redd ORAL BIOLOGY A. K. Alabousy D. G. Newman H. Nik-khah ORAL DIAGNOSIS T. B. Harris J. K. Hart ORAL SURGERY First Year R. T. Darnall R. B. Gillum J. J. Holton P. A. Lines Second Year M. Merriweather L. B. Musser Third Year J. M. Alley R. L. Brooks F. E. Schaffer Fourth Year P. G. Sims PEDODONTICS First Year G. R. Aaron C. V. Anderson D. S. Johnson R. G. Johnson S. P. Moore Second Year C. L. Divita R. M. Hennessee R. W. Jacobs F . W. Meyer R. C. Reed ORAL MEDICINE PERIODONTICS First Year J. F. Anderson J. M. Belcher R. B. Cochrane J. M. Henkin W. B. McCready S. G. Metskas S. E. Snow Part Time L. G. Holmes H. G. Johnson Second Year R. E. Carson H. M. Hersh R. R. Knubley J. J. Lies R. LG. Lockhart W. C. Luoma N. W. Roller J. G. Witulski Library Ann Marie Corry PROSTHODONTICS-FIXED First Year D. J. Blanford M. W. Moffitt S. M. Somers Second Year J. K. Johnson W. O. Mclntire A. Velazquez fHuberj 65.5. 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Il V gf, i"'1a? f" " I 4 In ulm " Jr 'V x V 4 Q Galen K. Brey E. E. Campbell Steve B. Chatten X Qi' A A' ,- I I David E. Cohen Jerry Cox Timothy J. Curry Terry L. Daugherty William J. Donahue B. J. Dumontier .J f.. K r . ii K W . I , if ,Q .r.m James S. Craig Stewart L. Crow Gary L. Degener Timothy C. Denny James R. Dye Marvin Edginton S I Q 1 WL shin 'J N 2 W Q, Z .. :. V 1 :sz 'E k Q a I. L, A Joseph R. Engel Dick Fox Christopher Gist 5 A 1 :59 v-ff e V. -.,pfe'1!:'- -Q 9 Q . V 'J 'QNX I 'li' I .12-V H I "'.1. si N x I x 1 nf Michael L. Enloe Marshall Freerks Ron J. Finley Roger A. Gerdes -vii ' 'Z 1? 1 1 9, 3 6 .V 4. fl I is AA K I ,n I f I V 445 Ve ,x X 4 -' ' 4 7'. wfpawv- f'-99 469599 A K'-','94',1 Z ! 11 Qs X V-3232913 fe'-.11 ' n 4' 4 p 41' - AY 1:1-.5-'l aaa' K ' 7 " 'ft' I' Q- Q MUCH, , lf: " '.'.l'-'f P fl 3,1 'fy f ' I , . f ll Wayne Gordon 5, r ,fff I 1 r .,, g Meylef D Grbbs Dave Follmer f A vf' , xt' v 1 'if W 1 Y -,- - i li v if Don Gordy Robert P. Griffin Alan S. Handler ,., ., . wr, 1 ra. 5+ ' 'X Paul E. Gray Randy O. Grill Bill J. Herman ui i in Robert V. Graybill Thomas J. Grimm Del Hiesterman - I .. l I '17 J . in Ill!! rl 'int' M 2 Tony Greenwood Dan A. Grumke Jay Hodge I Jr- 1,,? i Jim E. Hollow y Dal H nt Bruce Johnson G ego y K Johnson as zip x hi? il Richard M. Hodge Q I 0 , Larry W. Jacks Jay C. Joern ' Bob Jones Jerry Kaiser Larry M. Keil X I .WLM 1 7 ' 8 . r f l ,,' ! .nh l.. Ed Kendrick Paulus E. Lawson Linda A. Lewis xn- 3 SL. I l I UU A I I , rl 1-gl 1 5 l i AL el., 1 Charles Kincaid Dale T. LeDoux Chun Yen Lien L ns: P! P . Q4 Nw E: Qc sl- 'Q Ron Knox Thomas Lemons Raymond R. Lyle Q 1 sw" -1, Kenneth Koenke James M. Lewis James G. McCartney -Eff' A lf Q.. ., U-Nl Paul S. Mace James N. Marker David L. Merello Ted Milligan Sweetie, you say your name is just "Mildred". 4 an PHTIEUT fy -1 Il " x, I 1 I bf- I L, , ., Ill -4-in V , " C' v ' 7 of V 319' 1 l 151 5 'r' 'Z , S S 4 Qf "' 'Y 00 Ani ' I " im , I? - I 1 'l,,3:: .... , W f ,'-2':i- 5'-1y..',' -. . X 1,n'l-i'-:l:l- if ,, , A ASL :tl---.Q-3 :.'- I 'f:"' f , '-fl. .'- 'lr Thomas J. McGarry of , ' :ici -cf QEJ-Q-:,1'!' 1 Joe May Daniel T. Mayeda , Steve Mingos Greg Mock 'ft A ' Bernard M0O1'm3n F -.. V L-Y. is-vt .-w1lQ,v- I -V A -dy . -ni -1 1 3 1 xy 2 X' Y F-' Lynn Mouden Joseph Mroz Mike Ogden D. J. 1. Ohtani Trudy J. Paul Dean Perkins , J-14 Nag E AL J, Y 1 ' ' . Harry R. Niehaus James S. Oakson H. J. Olk Roger Otte Ronald Poltera G. Scott Puryear l xv ig 1 5 Charles R. Puster Dan H. Rathgeber Eddie O. Romero f, 'xcnl Ed G. Pyatt Thomas L. Quinn Harry Richter Donald T. Roberts I think Dr. Gillihan has gone too far this time. 1 ff? 4 f I if r 7 I I 0 I 7 I 0? ', f f 7 sg I , X RN 6 721, f in 0 f Z , . QU , hx Q 'p I N. I 49' . ,Q .'f f Oo' ., ,, 6 ,, haf xl x HN 6413 7 ,I 0 'f'f,'ZQ,Q'-1 N me' W 11110 ,,-Q16 1 alylwla WW I N : f -2 .Q X?" xg ' v3 7 la I af! 'X --'Y 'Ui :di I , MQ' 71, Q I ,xp I Q, T Michael E. Radetic Steve Roepe Bruce E. Rosenbaum I l ! v I I . .ta-11r:. MJF "1 ' nazi " I fn .as .f , in is L.- fe-.M intl 'Lf' , Y 0 ' Janet M. Ruopp Pat R. Ruopp Edwin R. Schertzer, Jr. Allen F. Scott Stanley S. Scott D. Greg Seal C. Tom Sell Ronald A. Smith Edwin D. Steffey Jeffrey P. Stephans John G. Steuterman Thomas Switzer iw fif' .Z .J X, if N ff f T 2 XJ: ' , iw' X , 6 ,. ,M Jfi ii' r .- uxl, .-,eip Larry Temres Jerry Thielen Robert Thousand Jim Throckmorton You've gotta end these in between meal snacks! in 0 N , , rl Michael Tanner , -' AI Jim Thielen Steve L. Thompson Leo A. Tokarczyk John A. Travers ' 0 Jim Trotter X GI la K 61 Mu 4 ,,,.-1-1 L 4. " x 5 NN, I L4-U 1iT,,,.- ,4,1.'W1VH 1 125' 1 f ig. . l 5- Mike Vandenberg Steve Vitale Tom L. Ward Bill Weltscheff Fred J. White James M. Williams Ron O. Williams Harlan J. Wilson Jim' Wilson Bob P. Wolf Michael G. Wood M. Dean Wright 4 f , --.. -4:L'fia'f 1 !'ll"gJ7:'1!?'Q"R-"-L1'H' li.: j:vf..:, J.,iu-- H - H,m .Lv1 M' , , . : 4 ui hw 'arf A 'si' 'J'- , Y - 7 J, ...Ji 3. ,I Z 3. l . "Me 5'-'ZH ' l . mf 'xi - 1 - 4,-4. l . L, YL., Robert A. Yard Not Pictured: D. W. Baesel S. T. Mitchell S. A. Brooks C. D. Mock S. L. Chen M. E. Radetic J. R. Engel R. L. Reiff G. B. Golding R. R. Riordan G. H. Kyd J. L. Sheets E. I. Leon M. D. Smith L. L. LOOS J. A. Wilson M- K- Madfl' J. S. Wood J. A. May Dr White, I think Ihave finally achieved anesthesia! .4 ,iqffife I rn4'J I' , , 1 gn- ,r,1, f' if f 'vhisiifrl' ' M N ?f5'- Y if rch, f iff its AT! QWQZI FL' 1 5 A I tb ' "0 'Q v 2 I frm cg 9 X sg. ' fs , 'Z 1 "mf" lgggga " 'firf fi? ' , 'L J if I1 1 I W. 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V WZ 2 wx. 0 . tN.A,x' ' ,jff1,'51j.wgg 535131 Nifuxb J, .17-Ap ,L lzwtyll .r 'I 1 L. J. Anthony J. D. Ball V. J. Barry K, E, Bean S. P. Billings J. A. Brammer G. K. Brown M. K. Brown L nl 'Uh "', 'Frl if N ..- ra .- X You were that close to being chosen dean. Dr. Gronniger poses with the winner and first runner up in the Dr. Gronniger look alike contest. +1 . .im-e"s,!5:.4 I. ,'gj:kg! ., ,I , ,, ,. . . Ag ...G J- -- . rf.. M. P. Brown R. K. Burgess S. L. Carter G. G. Casalone J. L. Cocklin P. H. Collins I S I ly, -..fE,fw,W , lf, NX! dh Vx . I ri J .Lf .a ' 5 1 " 1 A . 1 slle 1 iff .... fy 1' . efriclmg ,HPI L. E. Cain J. P. Camunez iff AV1' M 42"-f 'Ne fGfi,'31 S' x, 'rv iv' 01.17. 1 v J ,,4,.1 1. Jg it , sq if, p A ,P -434954 Nz. f A on gGQ:1sgaw,1,'+ wif. f-'fifgii Safe 'Ein ' E 'tif z4'i?.?iii G. R. Casey S. M. Cito ll' ' .1 V 1 V V I Q-"'G+l'l , . L. M. Cooper R. Dominique lx. A replica of the brain transplanted in all the UMKC faculty is Would you believe it is still ilaccid? displayed by two recent recipients. 491 .qu f., L J ff ,f L , 1. ...iff ix: . 31110 T. A. Drake W. J. Duensing J. M. Dunn M. D. Eaton ' W+'J-k'r.T"f3l" F. ' - ' 42 "fi" .ff Htl f S IE?--,:::.5 4 ig Xu-ff: l 'T-x . A I B 'g'L5'w, - .11 . A '-1' 7 ?fYA.'i"i f il lnhl -A " -2+-:fre lu? LUN.: 1 if .3 5 Lx' .V I 'Wk ' f"7"fl"' G. R. Fuller qu The missing links? N ,V 'l l ugnn T. A. Elliott M. K. Eresh l G. R. Gates l 3. '. 1 'T l 1 J. ra, .-A.. . A , is ' if .a r I ,, V3.9 'N 4 - if .' 5. ,T x lp-V I lu . sl .:x:q,j.-:' T- . .1 .. ""3Vff?:.,i Q5-rv, .Ni - an 531'- ifT'EL 12'o'5 4295 " ,l .c g-:LQ -pf., -f.--.,::.4-.' -'--1 - 1-- -. H :E 5g::'5 '1fm- - .---- ,,. ,711 vb'-.SWIG--Ufili"' 4- 75' Gilman R. S. T. L. Duran i J ,Al f l 1 ' 1 T. S. Finley T m - R l J N I fiilix I N ' ' f ll M. W. Goss rfi l f or Perla, Merla, Berla, and Verla. I f- v X L 3 w ,X . A Wm R W rs I rx V 1.5 nr r I' TW. .E r .. sw -fo' -3195. 1 ,W V , 55' 1 1 X t 1 f it'- f w 1 i 'O' , ' ,I bo N A ' .. Ma M. E. Greif K. M. Grigsby R. D. Hammel R. H. Harmon W. O. Hertzler R. S. Hestir I never get my way! R. W. Grubbs M. A. Hagan r. V V ,.-,-.145 -' , R 1 L. E. Hartman K. H. Harunaga J. R. Hogan F. L. Hoover S QXW ml X S Student welcomes faculty after short summer. J .N 1 HF. . ,.,.-ti . J . . ,T ' . . " , PPA? 'wx . ' 3 Y 1 w in , f 5 -in :MPH . X rf D. R. Hull R. E. Hutto C. D. Inman F, C, Inman L ,M A. S. Jimenez C. W. Johnson J. N. Johnson D. E. Jolly ""' " " 1' ,fy-'H---.H .. HA? In , 1' 5' ,t '-wk. - 1 Wy y 1 ,. ' N V .-.' if h f.,,,Y sfffi: . , . A . .1 .f Q - ' Q," J ' J , -,gg I ' . J A 1 D. A. Jones D. M. Jones L. R. Jones M. W. Judah X You wanna see if that laundry is dry yet? Code Blue, Dr. Fricke's office . . . no hurry. I 4 1 'P V li, V ' Qi Xi , Wi W W x - f , . illuiiffmwndlll Al., N. P. Kamakas J. C. Kelley ,iQ E. C. Lampitt C. E. Leins hif RAN if 17, ,, w H 1 " . , wwmwqwif 5 . fwimwkgq H5 .,,:-,j:g,y'll 'l 5' -' ii! 'IM ' . .N ,-151257 : 1.-V gf,.,.Qil - ..'- W .4 45, ja .ff ,Al 5. J' 'Yi 0 Z' , Q , . , 5 HQ. B. W. McCall D. J. McCoy - .,-""' -..-,.f- f ' 4 Z0 'III U I' ' f vi A iS.m9'. 'I' .il AIIIIIILSNN I --J' LW.. Dr. Seigel familiarizes Dr. Ditto with the faculty manual. R. W. Kettlewell K. M. Kunstadter 's N XY ' . g F S. W. Long G. S. Luna 'W' E. F. McGill C. C. McGinty :sr-.T IQ ,j - - - r I'll see your 2 carpules SL raise you 2. S. D. Malmstrom E. A. Manda R. G. Marx D. L. May '-ek ff'- R. L. Meissner B. M. Menees D. R. Menze S. J. Mikola L. M. Milde P. E. Miller G. M. Okumoto D- W- Off 3 - . ,D A man is what he wears. 6 million dollar man . . . required first year. Avail able at bookstore for S6,432,000. Lil G. D. Omrsby G. A. Pedberg R. C. Paolillo G. E. PHrr0tt "' f ' yur , ' ""' 1- 1' I ."'1, .gfL,- K -A - V f-.1 ,pf V 1. g. 1. f ' .L riff Ei" gf, 'FQ 4. '-'T -X 1- 1 jgrigri Tr -sf 'Ir wk .'s.:fI' 'wh - rm "x inf -1' -A . - -, M133 -7 ki? . fl- '- , A .-.M Q A A3 11-15:25. Y 4 . .'4 ., . V I I ., - H4 ,H gr. . fl Yr I bi' 95 f . . Y-u Q l ' 7 . X' 1 ff' jr uf ' I ., , I . -... V ji.. f L55 -J e.sn.f'. ,, -f'.,- -rl' 1 s'941f'ff' HH j.gfq5A-'W' 1 ..2-'nf' 52 1'f11v','!:f,.L, 3 E. H. Passini D. A. Pearson G. J. Pernoud E. R. Peterson 'X . X' N91 ' , R. L. Pettus T. H. Pfister R. E. Phillips P. M. Porter ,. , .1fvi?3, - - - 'Y AV na 45 . ' ,,- .-Ir n,.' N 1' " ' 2' lf, A 1 J x. :n 5 , n . , 2 f ' X - J T.. ' .421 . W ' , Swv- il r:ff?,:y5,f.- - V agcf Af J. W. Pratt D. R. Prevatt J. H. Purk A. D. Reichman G. R. Rhoades D. A. Rice T. D. Rucker l g :E ! 17 1-b.a.f-A , - , v.. Y t ' Yv Y' L 1 ,..:..,x1111' fl f 1.,"w' 9.1, fill 1 v I ,, Ap X wr X c7J"'a' wiilgw, ,wan P f'-' ' G. W f5:"5':'355c"-'F ' nw ' r 1 is X U . .Ha im U17 Jgglzmu ' I fx .aj ' ,Lum ml L 2 fd ,'ff,,"r W ff' J. H. Scanlon T. J. Scannell A. H. Schanda xv :gi M. L. Schultes R. J. Sexauer J. G. Shortell , "Sir" """' ' I l J X ., 1 M. H. Ryan R. D. Schuermann 0 N J. G. Slonecker R. D. Smith S. C. Snitzer M. T. Snodgrass R. E. Stone Ll . J . l V mf J. A. Summitt L. H. Tempel W. E. Thompson L. R. Vetter H ,- "fy A-'ff . Q W J .22 asf 9 .- '-1 1' .: v Q - FE. f if o .gf .- J. A. Waldron J. Wang K. L. Weinand H. S. WilS0n K. K. Wirtz C. S. Wolff F. L. Wolfson K. E. Yadon N, Zamgfa J, Zuvekas Hermetically sealed, individually tested. R. C. Barnett G. L. Bono D. J. Borgmeyer L. T. Brewer D. E. R. Brown A. L. Clark E. D. Dallam K. W. DeForest W. H. Doyle W. L. Echterling L. E. Ehrhart Not pictured: M. E. Flack D. L. Hamel R. W. Hulen G. A. Johnson D. S. Koerner J. C. Lebow J. D. Lloyd R. W. McAmis L. P. McLaurian T. D. Maienschein J. C. Mouse f ? l L. D. Muehlbach D. F. Mullen M. A. Nunemaker M. E. Osborn W. B. Pacheco J. D. Smith B. L. Tumbow W. F. Westfall M. V. Whitehead 1 N I I QS'-Y ff Qw ims 331337, if Wm! I I 'D , , W dj ., 23,- X1 X' K ll' X I 55-ETL xt. . K SML my A A ' ' ' " I X fl Wi Vhmyk "limb 'A I ' 7' 7 X X MW' fl X F J ' 4 ' ., . sy' ,.. xp- ' ei' ' gf t ' . 'W 0 'I , Z, N J r I don't think this is Mrs. Madl's idea X of four-handed dentistry Miss Blotchingham! ' .S I 'dvi i nr , , . f fl' I N 1 I L ,, ,, kt Thats Bard Parker. He is the best A f crown and bridge man since Jon K N' 7, Finley came thru here! '7 I I f f l! 'E , C .5 X f " 1 X r 'my rf 'I A f 5 ' W ,M ' f ml? I Wj -,vt A Z Q an , wfpfmh f t ,Z J ,,,1l 0 "R r x X X ' X I L, ' f X 0 ft MMM WWW d Nh N , 'hX D Y x f.: ag 2 t .1"'fz!f'f, LMI, - f" 1 li f all 'rl . ,te 4. rf FIR T YEAR -, x 'X If I , 1 f 4 If Z f A-Q. 'I Ig' ' I vxvg, f 5 ly , . , ,1,,gx--nl 1 6' wi? 'N vp :EEN 'ffl bt n Abu, ', lh:fX3g,,,f '.'4'no41f2?x' ' wx N' 7157111--if Qif?-'MSW-Au. JA ' iw !.5: I ya 1' X5 .x , bl, 29,1 J". 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Mannhard S. Margul J. Lillenberg R. Leipziger R. McBride C. McCall M. Malone J. Maidment K. Merritt S. McMil1en 'Y-. 'Ni S41 J. Miller W. Mickelsen R. Nolte B. Oettmeier S.Mode1evSky B. Mitchell L. Propst D. Pippin K. Mount M. Myers T. Reavley F. Ray .i I J J I A J 4, .. -1? t me X t,,4v" 'Wu P. Redman T. Rigdon J. Schaefer K A 'n 5 . . . , ' A . - f ---f-if----S M ff-' . K ,. , i -1 v s. Ps 5 -, 4... at T 4 1 e . . E, P ,vfvwf ' -- .. ' YL--ifjg. ...Sgr gt f . .f-21 4 2 . ww 3 A . . .. .-1 Q--. A . " :'gV-'-.L:'.,- .12 , . R. Reichman H. Shaw B. Shelton C. Ricketts D. Simmons L. Shine J. Schafers G. Stuart B. Storm 86 1 Q. 1 I ' -2 'f"4w:. 'ffvf'-" 1 , . ti 1 rig, - 1 XI -1 3. J. Tarwater W, Thousand A. Tomlinson 87 I if 4 .A W, 5 . 4 . .4 I W. Taylor J. Turner C. Thomas G. Walton M. Thum D. Warren .Xl ,xi .x., 'Linz' . 4265. . .,. ... ,,, H H. Turner J. Ward J . Weinbach v : . . -lah... .. Not Pictured: J. Burch D. Burch P. Casselle D. Chambers C. Howard J. Lilly T. Lovinggood D. 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'1""5.C-'-I1".?' 125191 '115G3f?Zf.?'f7'f' 'I 'Iii-" 5, 51315 1' -5 511' - Zig' y-?f.W,Ni1,"xi,5Q,C " 6652, 'ffg5fy.fu 'ff'f Wi-I if 11" 1'1,i!i-Q41 MMM?'n'a':.1:!3a4F34'4ft.r:f,'2'f1T!.fu3L I6'tc,'Zf1f11 .nfzzfl raduate 3 Suzie Bell Gwen Hlava Not picturedg C. Delk, S. Ketrick, and K. Graham Second Year Jeanie Aldrich Mary Bongers Barb Brandt Angela Carpenter 1 I Cindy Davis Betty Chester 4 U! Q5 P' ev li ', I , , Michelle Freed , ' iv: F53 , 1 Teresa Cochran Linda Gardener Pam Hess Diane Hill Brenda Jackson ' "'-' " J ' ' sf' M Tammy Klein Linda Jennings Aletha Johnson Kathy Kreutner Ann Kuklenski Kris Lambla 9' 9Du'95f' ,fri . ,, Q, , L I r ia-fw+pb-1"-0 " ,J Jeannine Lukefahr Linda McGuire Marilyn Minchew ' ' f l P' fav' ' riff , l ', . ,' V 1'- 'ur . , fiiqawgi I li 1 A J Gail Noftsinger Sue Peters l Eileen Purcell Muffy Purcell Debbie Pole Susan Randazzo Charlet Schiable Pam Stirling Second year students not picturedg G. Anderson S. Anderson J. Bayer M. Biskup C. Brownfield F. Cocayne D. Frick L. Garland J. Getto L. Harshman H. Hastings P. Hickman J. Hunt D. Jennings S. Krukenberg M. Moore R. Pennell B. Pack E. Putnam J. Raymer E. Reed R. Reinhardt J. Ricketts D. Thornberry J. Ward P. Warner D. Witthar Senior class officers from left to right: Barb Brandt, Kris Lambla Ann Mane Kuklenski, and Patty Hickman. First Year A P. Allen N. Arther L. Ballard IA J. Bartos B. Bragg T. Criswell M. DeArmond C. Donze E. Dopp S1 M- ESPil'l L. Fuller C. Gore Hunk C. Goza R. Hunter L. Lonborg M. Morrand K. Murray G. Myers J. Offutt S. Rose C. Rowland , i"'S' A, Schwartz M. Smith P. Smith 1 -- W W Q ir' . Q l C. Stockton L. Thomas Not pictured: B. Bergling Bloesta . Cheek C. Craven Davis Gaydos Gunnels Haynes A. McC1endon A. McComas B. C V. M. R. M. K. Mears K. Noonan J. Reese P. Reinert S. Schwartz Schwerdfeger Schultz Shonfelt Smith Walsh S. Williams C. N. K. M. M. f ry K gl' I K 'ff :Z 4' fi f V. McGrath f 6120-R ...semi ,W f 1,4 15,6 J'7 .J E51 :lQQ,7lWW1if if n.,.' qt' 'Q' -E, f 1 ,Q , ' ' ffw '9.5'!'."'L . 29. ':.,.4uu:' US' X' 3161, Q2 , Q? 4 ,f if A, , my - V .f' K , ' 6 1 ,Q 7 A ' 7' 41' , r 1 I 1 . Q - K f I .ia 5'-:ij L i ' A nr ,' ' A ig - ' f l- .4- X 04.1- , If ,H .5 f' , . . D , I-, . 1 " ' ' ' Q -1 fi Q' I e- s , 5' Q 2, 5 I 1 4 'ff , Why, how did you ever know that you were my first patient? J.A.ll.D.A. J.A.H.D.A. Officers left to rightg Debbie Witthar, Debbie Whiteside, Diane Hill, Debbie Thornberry and Sue Peters. Parties Dental Hygiene Formal Honey, look at that crazy band! They're trying to play "Misty" while being given an oral prophylaxis. Champion of the "After Par- ty" Bang Your Head Contest Dental Hygiene girls and their dates practing four legged dentistry. Dental Hygiene Senior Lunch- eon, held at the Steak and Ale l'CSlI3U1'3.l'lt. Sweep your head to the port K1 .f X side matey! The l975 Table Clinic 1975 TABLE CLINICS GRADUATE STUDENTS IN FIXED PROSTHODONTICS: The Para-Post System Complicated Prosthesis Fabricated at UMKC GRADUATE STUDENTS IN REMOVABLE PROSTHODONTICS: Use ofthe Coble Balancer for Denture Construction Phonetics as an Aid for Establishing the Verticle Dimension for Complete Dentures Mandibular Final TraylConstruction and Extension for Complete Dentures Establishing the Vertical Dimension and Recording Centric Relation for Complete Dentures Mounted Edentulous Study Casts: An Aid to Diagnosis GRADUATE STUDENTS IN ORAL SURGERY: Pre-Prosthetic Surgery Reconstructive Procedures Orthognathic Surgery GRADUATE STUDENTS IN ORTHODONTICS: Desirability of Placing Palatal Rugae in Maxillary Retainers as Determined by Standard Articulation Test and Oral Stereognosis Knowledge of Orthodontics and Attitudes Toward the Orthodontic Specialty: A Survey of UMKC Junior and Senior Dental Students . J. Johnson . W. O. Mclntire F. Mirikitani . B. Batson . J. Beatty . P. Tischler . A. Kazanoglu . J . Reyher . J. Holton . M. Merriweather F. Shaffer . J. Alley R. Brooks R. Darnall R. Gillum P. Lines . L. Musser P. Sims J. P. Bogue .R.F. McBride J. Cash . W. L. Murphy A Review of Popular Removable Appliance Systems in Current Use by Many Pedodontists and General Dentists Lower Incisor Crowding: Recovery in Minor Relapse DENTAL HYGIENE STUDENTS: Stick Out Your Tonge and Say, "Ahh!" Readin', 'Ritin', 'Rithmatic and Dental Hygiene Fence Me In! Latest Methods in Tetracycline Stain Bleaching FOURTH YEAR DENTAL STUDENTS: Radiation Protection in the Dental Office Let's Make a Dowel Pedo Rehabilitation - A Case Report Preprosthetic Minor Tooth Movement A Posterior Space Maintainer Utilizing the Nuva System Computer Uses at the Dental School Some Methods of Treatment of Herpetic Gingivostomatitis, or How to Get the Sore Out of the Cold Sore THlRD YEAR DENTAL STUDENTS: Dental Manpower Distribution in Kansas and Missouri Molar Endodontics Interim Dentures J. E. Elrod Dr.K.J. Kaelke R. F. Brown H. L. Clendenen J. R. Edmister J. S. Redd P. Allen M. K. Gaydoo V. Davis M. Smith R. Gunnelo L. Thomas M. Espin J. Offutt H. Passaro N. Klarfeld D. E. Greer W. T. Trefz G. T. White, Jr. E. L. Wilson R. W. Mitchell T. J. Heaven R. L. Nelson . M. W. Bennett S. L. Crow T. J. Paul Periodontics on Paradeg Mr. D. P. Callan and Mr. T. L. Daughterty. Long-Term and Transitional Temporariesg Ms. L. A. Lewis. Long Term and Transitional Temporaries Periodontics on Parade The Dentist and Hepatitis Endodontic Therapy: Hand vs. Engine-Driven Instrumentation FIRST YEAR DENTAL STUDENTS: UCCIUSEII UOOI'C1lI'l3 UOII Tissue Response in Oral Prophylaxis: Hand Instrumentation vs. Cavitron STAFF Careers in Dental Technology Porcelain Fused to Metal Restorations Your Anatomy Department Office Procedures Involving the Other Women in Your Life May We Help You, Please? Oral Surgery Tray Set-Ups Color-Coded Terminal Digit Filing Space-saving Micro-Films Time Is Money Ms. L. A. Lewis Mr. D. P. Callan Mr. T. L. Daugherty Mr. D. T. LeDoux Mr. P. S. Mace Mr. E. M. Butel Mr. J. W. Carter Mr. R. L. Casper Ms.C. I. Mims Penn Valley Community College: Ms. B. Denney Mr. J. Sady Mr. M. Walker Sponsor: Mr. R. Tilly Mr. Leonard Rose Mr. L. Gardner Sponsor: Dr. J. Herbertson Ms. B. Smith Ms. R. Alexander Ms. E. Birkenbaugh Ms. C. Tallman Ms. C. Chollet Ms. L. Dykes Ms. D. Johnson Ms. V. Raasch Ms. R. Soloducha Ms. M.White Ms. D. Dillon Ms. J. Thomsen Fence Mc ln": Ms. R. Gunnclo :md Ms. L. Thomas. Latest Methods in Tetracyclinc Stain BlCZlChiI1g1MS. M. Espin und Ms. J. Offutt. Something New in Fixed Prosthetics Interview and Selection of Auxiliaries Expanded Functions for the Dental Assistant Expanded Functions in a Pedodontic Office Dental Auxiliary UtilizationfTEAM Pre-sized Matrix Bands Mercury Contamination Awareness The Extension Cone Paralleling Technique in Dental Radiology ALUMNI: Treatment for the Lower Flat or Senile Ridge FACULTY: Partners in Prevention Western Missouri Area Health Center Predoctoral Clinical Periodontics Rehabilitation of the Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Patient Endosteal Implants Diseases Transmitted by Contaminated Dental Instruments Techniques to Present Cross-Contamination by Dental Instruments Ms. L. Feldman Ms. L. O. Madl Ms. S. Dameron Ms. K. Johnson Ms. B. Adams Ms. D. Mead Ms. M. Douglas Ms. R. Kelly Ms. N. Holler Ms. E. Suit Ms. R. Barr Ms. K. Snapp Ms. B. Bergians Ms. C. Cridlebaugh Dr. H. Bruner Ms. L. E. Cook Ms. H. P. Randolph Dr. H. C. Carlson Ms. A. M. Corry Ms. J. Turner Dr. D. Ditto Dr. L. Holmes Dr. H. Johnson Dr. C. Siegel Dr. B. B. Cantor Sponsor: Dr. R. Chappell Dr. T. Alms Dr. G. Harrington Ms. D. Rockford Ms. M. L. White Comparative Morphology ofTceth and Occlusiong Mr. L. A. Johnson. f ll 'Rcudinl Ritin', 'Rithmatic', and Dental Hygiencg Mr. V. Davis and Ms. M. Smith. ADDENDUM FOURTH YEAR DENTAL STUDENTS: Comparative Morphology of Teeth in Occlusion Management of the Alcoholic Patient in Your Practice STAFF : The Screening Shuffle L Your Anatomy Departmentg Dental Manpower Distribution Mr. L. Gardener, sponser in Kansas and Missouri Mr Dr. J. Herbertson. M W Bennett T A . I ' 3 . . .A ' ,WIN you vueoturuon 3- r Radiation Protection in the Dental Officeg Mr. H Passaro FIHEVEHIHQ WITH :ff hw 3 76m me GREATEST , snow ON EARTH TA TO SALUTE ALL THOSE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI DENTAL SCHOOL, ESPECIALLY THE CLASS OF '75 AND OUR DEAN, H.B.G. ROBINSON Traditionally the Junior Class hosts the Bushwhacker Ball. This year was no ex- ception. We began our preparations back in March of '74 when the class officers were elected, the Vice-President of the class assumed the chairmanship of the Bushwhacker Ball. Once committees were formed and chairmen were elected, it was a well-echoed chant that this 1975 Bushwhacker would be the best. The Bushwhacker Ball is a thirty-nine year old tradition at the University of Missouri, Kansas City Dental School. It is the only social function that includes the entire school, namely, students, staff, instructors, hygienists assistants-in- short, and all individuals who make UMKC Dental School tick. The Ball has always been a fun evening where everyone celebrates the end of the school year and salutes the graduating class. However, this Ball is a special Bushwhacker, not only because the class of 1976 is presenting itg but more- over, because we are saluting our Dean, H. B. G. Robinson, who is retiring in June of 1975. Dave Follmer Presentation of the annual Mickey and Minnie Mouse Awards Given out by the and the award ceremony con Same ID pC1'SOI'1. General Chairman .......................................................... Producers of "Love Story" under the direction of .......... ........ Spot Lights ...................... ........ Photography Chairman Cameramen ...................... Promotion Chairman ....... Committee .. ...... Program ..... Publicity ................ Finance Chairman ........ . ...... . Entertainment Chairman .............. Class Band ............... ........ H.B.G. Dedication ....... ....... Awards ................... ....... Choreography ........... Special Thanks to Dr. Jerry Hart' tinues to all the deserving David Folmer Joseph Engel Larry Jackson J. Edward Kendrick Jr Joseph Engel Tony Greenwood Harry Randall Niehaus Robert Jones Charles Anderson James Craig Stewart Crow Charles Kincaid Ronald Knox Janet Ruopp Patrick Ruopp Tom Sell Richard Hodge W. K. Weltscheff Jeffrey Stephans John Steuterman, Jr. W. K. Weltscheff Jay Sheets Max Smith Jay J oern Thomas Quinn David Follmer Michelle McRae Janet Ruopp escorts Dean Robinson to the podium for his salute. 'Life is a parade of gums..." And yet one more award given by the cheese eating duo A New Dean... g - W Dr. Marvin E. Revzin Dr. Revzin is the current chairman of the Council of National Board of Dental Examiners. He received his DDS and MS degrees from the University of Detroit and is a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilong he acquired diplomate status in 1957. From 1967 to 1973, Dr. Revzin was project director of the ADA Vietnam Education Project, and for his work, he received several awards from the government of South Vietnam. CThe project was an assistance program in dental education between the ADA and the US Agency for Inter- national Development and was reviewed in JADA 84:l049 May 1972.1 Dr. Revzin served as acting dean of the University of Detroit School of Dentistry and as associate dean for hospital affairs and professor and chairman of oral surgery at the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. He has served in offices and on committees of various pro- fessional organizations including the American Society of Oral Surgeons, the American Board of Oral Surgery, the American Association of Dental Schools, the International Association for Dental Research, and the Detroit District Dental Society. He is a member of the Michigan State Dental Association, the Michigan Society of Oral Surgeons, the Fed- eration Dentaire Internationale, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Speech and Hearing Association, the American Association of University Professors, and the Society for International Development. Dean Revzin is a man who will continue to be a dynamic force in the future of our pro- fession. In his now first year at UMKC School of Dentistry as dean and professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery he has sponsered at his own cost and time a retreat at the Plaza Inn. At this retreat the students and faculty had the opportunity to mold a common pol- icy of communication and education. It was a great success. Since the retreat Dr. Revzin has continued a reputation of honest and sincere candidness with all whom he deals with. He will listen with an open mind and an open door to any student or faculty member with something to say. The Bushwhacker Staff heartily welcomes the new dean and wishes him continued success and rewards at UMKC School of Dentistry. A B u liwliacker Salute to . ' Career g ici im Retains iitqjontinneovtioinvagei . A building hntno rampato aiiow access Ogg-tame! ,Life pecatne intefested in dentistry from the tower par ng, ,felis to the able oneior the 'qzheni he had orthodontic omit dow on terminals. I had 10 . hbwethhesaid. Baesei said his church has con' wwle ,,-"mion't think people thinktov much smxcted a ramp tnTp:'o-:ide access onli vrqfitts ijggoqt me at schooi now. whichistine. the sanetuary. " ere are geo? ' i it! ,Wang back into the normal range 05107 than inet persons in wheeicha K oi gs," hesdid. . P ww thiff heips. Peopie who have hd iggesei goes mayor cfedittor his re- strokes or on crime es, iov tnstanc . . hahiiitation to his wife. ushdsheen a Ws an awiuiiy sxnaii price for ah big ot this, whoie thing. Shi s gone ness or or gahizationto pay ." he said.y , ' through it tuslmaeihaye. Baesei is ahie-tn drive his ear wi i ' '3'?"',5' at SMQKESYXKBQZ 15233 wtiihii-G?'U0X5t t e For ref" -yo a o.. e xyao, gre Ziot ot iittie things. it takes aint said. ffvm not the typi wheie 1 c y bei'-oi y t '3"e,'Z'g'2'1'Z92fg'K?c,t"32ZfiiGoC1L 953-?5i2'3.?3wwmd"" inanyx 5533225 ode go, ' ' . ' . x e ii tm wmvichair in. nrivetn the the synths of getting, around in his ani Kansas iind awkivs new or ronfnent, Baesei said he still is ie ma'-ic . de hy' side 3: ":,m5ionEli::ni1Xg im WDW a ion a o on er ou get ill the howitai. W5 Six cahpv 4 Store andtrsto , preferably two spacei ai who aan-get ont. 'then you get o . yppeitnly und, a way into the swre- what y 'i11en'qhefe's always a ohapcb that iihe iiiez you iq on H8503 tofmisbw yoohvef' ' ' ' Taifiing hi!! wife to dinner ,iike cos .4195 piaced a ing hasebalx, hai hecome diiiicul --aniii not impossihie. "My wiie and i h taconpieoitimemhninot p "X guess 1 could his 1-1- Dean Baesel Early 1975, Dean Baesel was shot in a liquor store hold-up. He wasleft after surgery with a lifetime obstacle . . .he would be paralyzed from the chest down. To most of us the pace of dental school proves to be a case of continually playing catch-up, and being able to finish patients only by running down a corridor at five minutes until four to complete a days work. Another consideration is the fact that the four handed dentistry is actually four hands and at least one foot. These obstacles were Dean's personal iight. And fight he did along with his wife Betsy. First of all was the recovery from his surgery, followed by accomodation of the cumbersome wheel chair. The last and most courageous barrier was that of doing in a world of hands and feet but without the feet. This was sur- mounted by collaboration with an east coast firm in designing a totally hand operated dental module. This proved to be a great success. Dean's efforts made him one of the very few dental students in the country to finish or attend a dental school with this disability. Not only did Dean and Betsy overcome this obstacle, but they did so with such success that Dean was able to graduate along with his class. Success followed Dean with his accep- tance into graduate orthodontics for the fall of 1976. The 1975 Bushwhacker Yearbook commends Dean and his wife Betsy for their courage and commitment to succeeding in achieving a goal that to most of us would have been out of reach. .U A pp . lv I 49+ Q: 'Q 150 Men, 1 Women Arrested cat Pclrty About 150 young men, whom police l identified as students from the Univer- sity of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry, and a woman were arrested last night after police raided the dental students' annual beer bust in a horse auction barn near 77th and Oldham. Police said "every available paddy wagon" was used to transport the ar- rested students and woman to police headquarters, where the 150 men were charged with frequcnting a disorderly house and released on a signature bond. 'Police said the woman, identified only as an "entertainer" named Mil- dred. was performing nude on stage when police raided what they called a "stag party." 'The woman was charged with frequenting a disorderly house and indecent conduct and was held on S200 bond. A dental student said the party "had barely begun about 8 p.m, when a po- liceman rushed onstage with a badge in one hand and a club in the other and announced: 'Hold it, you're all under arrest. Don't move because we have the plaoe surrounded! " , . ,f 0 ir r...r.,,n.,1, i976 THVE KANSAS cm sm as 1 .16 Busted dt Bust if Worrt BieProsecu1ed , The city attorney has discontinued a case against a woman and'1.15 male dental students from the University of Missouri-Kansas City who were ar- rested April 23 at the dental school's annual .beerbust in a horse auction barn near 77th and Oldham. 3 Aaron Wilsonrcity attorney. said to- dgy there were several reasons for dropping the case against the stu- dentsag who had been charged with fre- quentipga disorderly house. "'Firs . I've3spent considerable time with the attorney for the defendants and I've looked at quite a bit of law on the subject. and it looks to me that we have charged them under an ordi- nance which I don't think we're going to be able to prosecute." Wilson said. "And, two. they're charged under an 1 Anonymous Callers Prompfed Vice Raid Three anonymous callers provided the information that resulted in the breakup of a stag party of dentistry students by police vice unit officers Fridays . -' Sgt.'James Post of the police depart- ment's general vice unit said the raid, in whicl1'115-men and one woman were arrested. was the largest vice raid in Kansas City's history. in terms of the number of arrests. He said the unit usually raids a dozenor so stag parties in a year. ' Callers told police that indecent per- formances were expected at the an- nual beer bust of students from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry in a horse auction barnfnear Tzth and Oldham Road. ' 'Almost 40 officers andva dozen paddy W wagdns converged at the barn. where about 150 men were watchingla nude entertainer engage in a sex ac with a man .on a stage. a vice unit sergeant said. L . 'The woman was charged withjnde- cent conduct and frequenting a disord- erly-house and ,115 men,were charged with frequenting ga disorderly house. The men are to appear for municipal court hearings in groups of 25 to 40 each on five court dates. May 7 thrdugh June 22. The woman-identi- fied ,as an entertainer named' Mil- dredf-is to appear in municipal court June 15. C Officers explained that some mem- bersof the audience. escaped custody at thescene and others walked out of the police headquarters building after 'being-taken there. , ordinance I think might ,be constitu- 'tionallyvaguef' J: ' , Wilson said ,the section of law de- fines a disorderly house as a rendezf vous or resort where prostitutes or drunkards maygo to gratif' their de- praved appetites. He saldy the city would have difficulty proving that the young men were "frequenting" the site of the arrest and that the barn was a Vdisorderly house." 1 The woman, identified only as an en- tertainer named Mildred. also will not be .prosecuted because the man with whom she allegedly was engaging in a sex act when police entered the barn was not caught. 'Wilson said. He added that the man's testimony would have been necessary. The party was broken up by about'-10 officers who said they received infor- mation on the beer bust from atleast three anonymous callers. 'About 150 men were attending1 the party, but some escaped fromt e barn when po- lice entered and some walked away from police' headquarters after being taken there. . Wilson said that if his office had been consulted before the raid was made the students might have been cited under a different ordinance. "But that' ican't7 always happen at the spur of the moment." he said. ' The city attorney also said he had been in contact with Dr. Marvin E. Revzin. dean of the dental school. and was informed the students have been censured orally and in writing. Revzin' was .unavailable for com- ment today. li.C.M .l!D. 0fficers and Dental Students P rform in Season Hit Situation omedy 'say Ahhhh' Q- S niih 4 fi Mildred Opens Wide For Oral Students This reviewer recently had the opportunity to catch the finest evening of entertainment shown in this area in years'--at the MUCK dentistry 'school's production -of "Mildred" at their annual Beer Bust Party, at the Swope Park Repertory Theatre. I came away totallyimpressed with the entire production espedal- ly Mildred in the title role as-a young lass working her way up the ladder of success from an occasional fling as a woman popping out of a 15 foot cake at a VFW Christmas party, to the pinnacle as a porno- graphy queen. The show also featured 150 of the dental students in supporting roles and 15 police officers. I was especially impressed with the cre- ativity of one student whose name I didn't catch. He was superb in a tender scene where he lovingly shows' Mildred the techniques of oral surgery and explains the true meaning of the dental slogan, "Open wide." . Alsocertain to get a nomination for some kind of award is Captain Bob Green of the "vice squad. During a classic raid scene near the end of the production, Green led his troops into the theatre and personally and unselfishly frisked Mildred while threenother officers took 15 minutes and 24 draws to decide that the fluid in the kegs was really beer. ' The closing act also included a massive number of record-setting cross-country runs by several of the students immediately following the police officers' entrance into the show. Overall, the evening was a delight and to think all of that entertainment for the price to post bail. The role will most certainly spring Mildred into future engage- ments. She's already signed some healthy contracts to perform at over a dozen other university division parties, and is scheduled to perform in the Pooch at next Thursday's noon show, and will accept an award as the "Girl Most Likely To" from the men at the MUCK dormitory where she fre- quently appears. With productions like this avail- able in the MUCK community, the Board of Curers should wait no longer to really get behind the Performing Farts Center. When it's built and Mildred makes her first engagement there, I guaran- tee the dental students could really get behind her. the officer the girl i . AA l 'W ? 2,,r f? the student In Memory .1 ll , , mi i, y I 'i l' Wlllllx X X tit. ll L! james E. llerbertso M.S.,D.D.S. l9l5 -I9 6 Dr. James E. Herbertson spent a distinguished career at the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry. He dedicated himself to the principle of continuing learning through out his teaching for two generations of dental students. He had an ever present de- sire for excellence and perfection in his field of anatomical sciences. This quality of dedica- tion led him to author a systematic method of teaching anatomy that is now recognized by many dental schools as the accepted technique of presentation. In the lecture hall Dr. Herbertson was a man of convincing articulation and impeccable dress. His lectures on anatomy were entertaining beyond what the subject matter allowed at times. He served and, in turn, was respected by both the teaching cadre of the dental and medical units of the University of Missouri at Kansas City. wp will miss Dr. Herbertson for all that he contributed towards the total education of the FR in TBR ITIB , ,- -.I X as f 4 Un 7 pf .. Xxgv x ,+R fm wh lm ,f,,,,, o fa JI 1 'f f vf X . xh J 1, , 5 5 1 "' N 4 uv ,ll 1 f fy f,,. X , Av Q ff .- V-53 ?i 1 ,.. Af :J f gfa. 1 gf' 1027 vfffnh "hui V 1 19.1 7 1 If 1 ' 1 N5 I 1,9 Sw ig- ' ' , 1 ,, 2 '. -03" -A , -f-. 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Nationally, Psi Omega was the first dental fraternity to open its ranks to women 8a minorities, allowing all freshmen to share in our brotherhood. Professionally, Psi Omega at UMKC offers a program of guest lectures. The speakers range from practicing professionals to support specialists in the field of dentistry. Informal talks are given with question-and-an swer periods following. In this way the dental student supplements his or her academic training with prac- tical extra-curricular experience. During the past year topics included investment counseling, pedodontics, and law pertaining to a dental practice. Socially, the brotherhood of Psi Omega knows how to unwind. After the fall rush 8a pledging, our social cal endar begins with the Holloween Costume Dance, the Quad-Fraternity Party, and the Christmas Dance 8r Buffet. The spring is heralded in with the Fomial Initiation Ceremony Ccombined with an afternoon at a dinner playhousej After the Initiation we have the Fifties Sock Hop, the Sauna 8a Swimming Awards Nom- ination Stag Party, the Spring Nature Seminar, the Annual Pig Roast at Lake Jacomo, and the Senior Awards Banquet. In addition to our chapter members, our auxillary fwhich includes husbands as well as wives in its ranksj offers a rich program of social 8a community-related projects. The auxillary also contributes to the frater- nity by providing intra-membership communications. As with our great dental school, Phi Rho has matured and prospered as a home for the dental student's pro- fessional and social needs. We welcome all to come and join us through their years of dental studies at UMKC. OFFICERS 1974-1975 Oscar Boom-Saad . . . Bob Thousand . . . Ed Peterson .... Pete Pagano .... Dan Menze. . . . . . . President . Vice-President . . . . Treasurer . . . . Secretary Social Chairman Rush Chairman OFFICERS 1975-1976 Ray Rhoades .... ..... P resident Ron Barnett ...... .... V ice-President Denny Thousand .... ..... T reasurer Carol McCall .... ........ S ecretary Mark Ryan .... .... S ocial Chainnan John Carter . . . . . . Rush Chairman 124 Wi r, 45 JZ 1 2, 7 ,. , I . f' 1, 5, 'fy j 1' -J':i.Qf1 1, .4 ". , . 'lf . -- 1 .. - if 2' V- , Y fi irixilii J ff :l6g,"f:'I5,n gl- li." g .,r . - if lg . ' "-171-'.' W ' lily 15257 '.' 3, 5517 ix X' In E in .QL , W. 'gi B 4 N First Year Charles Allen Richard Bohon Richard Callaway Bob Carroll John Carter Doug Crawford Joseph Creech Robert Durbin Mike Engelman Gloria Einhellig Mark Ensman Greg F rimel John Gordon Tim Jones Paula Livingston Carol McCall Mike Malone K. T. Mount Bert Oettmeier Hichard Omohundro Ted Reavley C. E. Ricketts Brett Russell Harvey Shaw Jim Smith Gordon Stuart John Tarwater Comell Thomas Bill Thousand Tim Wilson J. R. Weinbach 125 PSI OMEGA MEMBERSHIP Second Year Howard Achen Stanley Andrews Ronald Barnett Leslie Bass Larry Brewer Mike Brown Joseph Camunez Steve Carter Steve Cito Pat Collings Richard Dominique Richard Doyle Merlin Easton Tom Elliott Keith Grigsby Richard Hammel Larry Hartmen John Hogan Curtis Inman David Jones Larry Jones Claude Johnson John Johnson Jerry Kelly Steve Long Eugene McGill Charles McGinty Ed Manda Dan Menze Bob Meissner Louis Milde Paul Miller Marie Nunemaker Wilfred Pacheco Edwin Peterson J oel Pratt Ray Rhoades Tom Rucker Mark Ryan Mike Schultes Bill Thompson Bennet Turnbow John Waldron Third Year Charles Anderson Charles Bishop Oscar Boom-Saad David Cohen James Cohen Tim Curry Marvin Edgington Richard Fox Anthony Greenwood Richard Hodge Robert Jones Ronald Knox Paulus Lawson Robert Lyle George Ogden Ronald Poltera Tom Quinn Dan Rathgeber Eddie Romero Edwin Schertzer Ronald Smith Bob Thousand Fredric White Fourth Year James Bunton Erryl Cullers Thomas F ankhauser Paul Hund Lawrence J ohnson John Markham, III Irvin Miller, III Larry Nessel Peter Pagano John Patton Roscoe Scott Thomas Smith Dennis Sommers James Spring Steven Stanton Edwin Wilson PSIO's have a ball at costume parties 8a drinking cold beer Cabovej, at informal ball games Sc Pig Roasts Cbelow, first rowj, at delicious danceldinners and stags Cbelow, middle rowj, and at social gatherings 81. Tiffany's Attic Dinner Playhouse fbottom rowj. r .ff 198 fi' 1-1 f A la wg ,KL ff' -.X Q Q if WMUITMU Q ALPHA DMEGA Alpha Omega is the dental schoolis newest fraternity. We organized this year with eleven members and were primarily occupied with the organization of the fraternity. We also held a T shirt sale which raised S450 for the Dean Baesel Fund. l " 'Illl i MA X . fm- , ,IgI.'Aj. -ffilffzl, , t .gf 'J . wr., " X iii ' ' . ffiff 3 tl V g 4 .5 -., ,fy ' 43 -.!' 1 , w 1 ZH ,.3fLff'i7fQ" f,:13-- f Of, m,v'1 ' t if l .-'U f -..1L.-- 'A-1 gl ,v' .' f' -ff? f ' ,ffc ' e,"l'f Z 2- jf' f'f. , me' :, ,.,J- 1: ,, -130' - .v , ,f ' . ln-39 4,4 . A 1 ff:-' " gy, 5 1 ',- 2,3151 ' 4 1' aff' 1,5 .z - an - A, 3 i ,ggi - ','!f2T f' f- " -.Q ' , - 'V f ' 'L'E27:,'E5", .--f 'ff '11g"' . ari a: , . .. ,,-'1f,i:.-5.1.22 ' " . .j1jf.e"" .'."". Due to our small size each member must take an active role in the planning and execution of fraternity functions. This also means that each member plays a large part in shaping the character and future course of Alpha Omega. We're looking forward to a year of enjoyable and enriching experiences beginning this fall. Bob Boraz Alan Handler Rod Peafline Stan Bunsick Nate Klarfeld Rick Shankar Stuart Cholfin Elliot Leon Steve gnitzef Gene Cohen Stan Margul 7' I A .f' ',YK I f Uf5'2f!'5' MEF i - gif? A if ,y H 'lmdx ' v V 'ji ' 1 4+ ' - f X x I my ' Q 'I u fn num' ygrgg- .f - gf . I ,Nw - . -ay .:s:smg?2iqi.l in In ,MN J- -, V '- Aa L' - -ii ', 7 ,M ,, ' , .1 .I K A f 1, ,ff X Q I A f'f"' 1 2 ily! rf, fig! O ' 7 .1 1 , , i 7 , , I J f 1A A ff - I 2 if fg , 5 5 , 'af 1' ' 49 1 f' I X if ,H Z 4 ll f 1 1 4 If UQ Ha, n R Alpha Omegans enjoying each others company during ff "'i't' one of the many fall social gatherings. .N .f , ' fl-4 1' 'S 64 f,xv'v W 'f M jf fr If Q td 42. W 3' fi? "flirt, Am H . lm, lf?-. I' , xg'-,'f'f1'.t'I. A,g1f".?" ' -. " ' ' ' IZ? Xi Psi Phi has completed a very successful year in which ZIP continued to be the largest professional fraternity on campus. It boasted the majority of class officers including President of the student body, President senior class, President junior class, President sophomore class, Assistant ASDA representative and numerous other class leaders. The lions share of early graduates were ZIPS which describes the fra- ternity scholastic standing. The social calender was busy with the barn party, a Halloween party, Christmas party, Initiation dinner, senior dinner dance, and numerous other private affairs. The school functions sponsored by ZIP include Mizzou football block and the annual ZIP Open Golf Tournament In retrospect Xi Psi Phi continues to be the fraternity that gets things done. OFFICERS 1974-1975 Jim Theilen . . . Ed Lampitt . . . Chris Bishop. . . Allen Scott .... Mike Bennett . . Steve Thompson . . . . President . Vice-President . . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer Social Chairman Rush Chainnan a s f W 01' I4 H 5 mf? f f Ulla f :itll , X "Ur, ". W Vg, W X' 3 W ' ' fa W. 1 . ra XZ First Year Doug Burch Jon Conrad Steve Durr Dave Elledge Guy Gronniger Ken Guest Dave Hedrick Mark Hook Charles Jones Ross Hildebrand Jon Julian Randy Lais Jim Lillenberg Jack Lilley Tom Lovingood Mike McBride Ken Merritt Steve Modolevsky Terry Rigdon Ron Rogers Steve Stidham Mike Thum Allen Tomlinson John Walkonis Kevin Walsh Kurt Weisenfels I was Xl PSI PHI MEMBERSHIP Second Year Steven Billings Gene Grown Michael Brown Lawrence Cooper Ed Dallam William Duensing James Dunn Richard Gilman David Hamel Robert Harmon Randal Hestir Fred Inman Ed Lampitt James LeBow Steven Malstrom Ed Passini Robert Phillips Timothy Scannell Albert Schanda Richard Schuerm an James Smith Ken Weinand Wayne Westfall Karl Wirtz John Zuvekas Il Third Year John Agers Dean Baesel Mike Bennett Chris Bishop David Blanford Don Callan Stewart Crow Terry Daugherty Gary Degener William Donahue Bruce Domontier James Dye Ronald Finley Wayne Gordon Don Gordy Robert Graybill Thomas Grimm William Herman George Kyd Dale LeDoux Linda Lewis Paul Mace Michael Madiy James Marker Ted Milligan Steve Mingos Lynn Mouden Stephen Oakson Trudy Paul Dean Perkins Scott Puryear Ed Pyatt Don Roberts Steve Roepe Allen Scott Larry Temres James Theilen Jerry Theilen Steve Thompson John Travers Mike Vandenberg Steve Vitale Tom Ward Bill Weltscheff James Williams Fourth Year Donald Meiners Wade Mitchell Robert Nelson QQ Zips at a costume dance and at a trap shoot fabovej, at a rush smoker and a buffet fbelow first rowj, at a road rally and a dinner fbelow, middle rowj, and at a dance and barn party Cbelow, bottom rowj. 4 K -fr- l ef! 1'0- '-fG'- "' r 'f A1 W DELT SIGM DBLT A banner year was enjoyed by Nu chapter with activities balanced between professional and social orien- tation. Rush was highlighted not only by an enjoyable Casino night, area parties, and office visitations, but also by an outstanding group of new members. Another highly successful couples canoe trip in the Fall and a stag canoe trip following finals in the Spring have rapidly become a tradition. The first semes- ter included a trip to the McCormick Distillery and a celebration of the Christmas holidays with a wine and cheese tasting party. Valentines Day was celebrated by the first annual visit to Waldo Astoria Din- ner-Playhouse, sponsored by the auxiliary. Included in winter activities were a King's Basketball game fnot as good as our IM teamsj and a dinner honoring the initiation of new pledges. Crowning the social calendar was an enjoyable day spent with a generous alumni, Dr. Dick Radke, at a goat roast and trap shoot. Of course, we can't forget the Senior Dinner Dance, honoring an outstanding group of Seniors, held at Arrowhead Inn. ,fcQf5f. .4 .7 , 1. 4 4fQfef"Lf,:t , ,ff L55 . g--4 41: .crf,. .- ,ff..4,. 5..'sr' "3 fr.-, Mt... .rn r-an-.,, ..... I j ..r1'r,-rfifizfr :- . ',, ', " "'-'-"...'. .-:l ,'.,w,gf'11, 'P' 1 A iff-. ' 3' I r-4.7791-'ii-:I Ma . '.1::"- 1' . I, --..,:,'. . -V : E .4 pf pu-. ' ":'LL1.'i'-f'.f-f ' f ""'--tTfa 'N-.' .r t ' 5?fb ff:-3-:g,.. 'f- ' -- 4-ref:-' ,4-'.:.- -y. 7 , f:,Jef'2f3.'5S?i'74i:3:Z:::t- . - H-if .f'3."' 375' 'S' ' 'JQTI-7' .:.::5."4 .,- ,.".,- gm. 4- 1. " :vip '-ffm, vw' fl? "-1h , -f 71: , 'f-ww - .S jilf' mi71i:s... ...g-ff' f .-.fT1-',3'i- 1' fb? "-""f'2-'L5fi'!Q'55" 1 f" 4-J' x 'f.i"5f5ff55f? .1'Q1'.f-"9"':' . cgfqfr -pa:-'f asv. i.f'v,,f 'afaesizif '.tv.-aww -.-mug, f.. L.. -...- f V'?3?F:f' V J ' -T -W' ' ij!" ' L5141,-' ' ' ,'..fi,','f.n'.' 'i' 'Hx ...ij-'r'-if 2. , fn.. X .- .Mar 12 jr. f fl One might ask if Delta Sigma Delta had activities other than social activities this year. As the oldest pro- fessional dental fraternity, our monthly meeting are designed to acquaint our members with many facets of dentistry. Pattison-McGrath Supply Co. and Hansen Dental Lab presented interesting programs, as was a lecture on estate planning, Dr. Charles Dunlap, chairman of the Oral Pathology Department, also presented a program on unusual oral lesions. Our fraternity, through Nu chapter, therefore hopes to prepare the professional, the dentist, and the man for his coming career. OFFICERS 1974-1975 Tom Lemons .... ....... P resident Tom Ewing . . . .... Vice-President John Whipple .... ...... S ecretary Dean Wright. . . . . . Treasurer 114' J Wide fe.. 9 3551111 .1,?'I--li f.aL'g,I' ,,: - JV. 1' ', fgffifgf 2:. , .,f ig-1. .. ' .H'.-.wsff rm' 'T- -wgiz f ,pf--,lx .'..E"l,,-,'l v . . YW '.' ". .I .L U .V ' " 'f ,'Zn.'if:' -1 1 .- . -1, .' '1 4 p f ' i'L-.n-- . . 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'Q A222559-755' gag' . .. fi-lr ' . .-sy JG", ,gfffff" vJ:",f ,af ,yg"."j, mfg MIL", gg r n,--:uffggnvj .aigj , -,gy 'n 'is1,y:gf 5 J- ., .. . rx- " .fpffigftff ,gf ,Jil ' 'fayfairii H A 'bfrfiff' :ff--"" 257 :.--fQ- U' X-V Q-:fx-,957 :Sr 'QI'-:Z Y. ,a ' .1 I First Year Dave Budd Ken Carlson Greg Cleveland Steve Coil Bill Evans Dave Fahrbach Barry Greenley Ted Grellner Tom Howard Jim Maidment Bill Mikkelsen Carol Mims Bruce Mitchell Mike Myers Robert Nolte Dave Pippin Larry Propst Rick Reichman Guy Shampaine Brian Shelton Lawrence Shine Dave Simmons Harry Turner John Ward Gene Wilson Second Year Joe Aday Larry Anthony John Ball Ken Bean Dave Borgmeyer John Brammer Dave Brown Glen Casey Jim Cocklin Gil Fuller Greg Gates Rick Grubbs Dave Jones Michael Judah Gary Luna Ron McAmis Mark Osborn Paul Porter Allan Reichman Third Year Ron Bashor Ed Campbell Tim Denny Gil Golding Jim Holloway Greg Johnson Charlie Kincaid Tom Lemons Joe May Jim McCartney Charles Puster Jan Ruopp Pat Ruopp Greg Seal Tom Sell Ed Steffy Ron Williams Mike Wood Dean Wright Bob Yard Fourth Year John Adams ' Ben Batson Dan Brady Linn Clemons , John Dane Ted Delhotal Kelly Deines ' Tom Ewing Dale Greer Ed Haggerty ' Paul Kadzik Sam Kallsnick Scott Kennedy Wayne Markman John O'Connell Doug Paschal ' Dave Rich John Wipple Tom White ' graduated early 5 Wa. . . ,-1 Q mix! ,,.. .1 'X The Delts relax above left and right at their annual goat roastg below, top row, awards and dinner are enjoyed at the senior Dinner Danceg below, middle, activities at a fall casino party, below, bottom, canoeing and fire preparation during a recent float trip. Bushwhacker Staff Joe Lelmsky, Advisor .Iohn Carter selling subscriptions during spring enrollment Left to rightg Paula Casselle, Carol McCall, and Dave Hedrick busy with layouts for the year- book. 1 4 All ,WH u' - ,C AM' 'x BG' Fi Vg , f-xml' fav! QM BUSHWHACKBR BACKBRS 6? 54 . A N - Mm! 7 THOSE WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED BY DONATIONS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE U.M.K.C. 1975 DENTAL SCHOOL YEARBOOK .'-,gg 4 4 ' 7, . ,' y A . ,W 3 Hume' - ul BUSHWHACHER BACHERSL Thomas Alms D. Ferguson James Andrews Peter Fedi Bruce Barker Victor Flohr A.BillingsIey Vernon Fricke R.BIackweII E.Gottschalk Robert Brecht R.GilIahan B. Butterworth F. Grossman Hugh Bruner B. Hamilton Louis Cordonier G. Harrington Kelly Deines Wayne Harvey Bruce Derr J.Herbertson Harvey Bplee Arthur Herlach R. Falkensten James Hocott 523.4 . ? I L if .H N 9 my R Mm! BUSIIWHACIKBR IBACISBRSL W. Hoffman Richard Radke Arthur lwerson Marvin Revzin ll.Johnson Genvieve Roth A.llirchoff J. Sakumura Frank Liu Fayez Sayegh R. Lockhart Chester Siegel Lee Ona Madl Thomas Schaad W. Mayberry C. Schooler David Moore S Marilyn Shreve Albert Monsees M.Steinert H. Musselman Jack Stewart G.Neubauer Richard Sword Felix Quiason Daniel Tira P I z 'Qi ' f 72:1 1, Vw MW ' gap, BUSIIWHACKER IBACKBR S George Young Charles Walthall Ben Warner John Waterston Richard Willits QL-Q. ookstore .rg 1 A ly Helen DeMarea Bill Carter if- Barbara Parrish H' 1' THA.. A 145 aslxiers . A I N r A-dbx' -ga' I' Carol SHIICIS Alana Cooper Autoclave Dental linic .3 Cathy Sellers Dispensar I-14, S EQ- 1 , bw I June Spaulding Virginia Glenn Lab W Harold Atwell Joe Gillespie fa n. .4. ,Qs . 1, lf, Mrs. Suit Z-A. Sylvia Rosetta Smith Tern Canty JD Lab i ,. Casey Jones Beverly Adams X1 'f- .I , Dick Saplato 14 Y JAIL an roo s f I Ralph Tilly "HV: . . allltallle IWC isjghv s , .V -95 ' X . H If ' Q ul, A , Larry Gangel thx A' ,V ,L , -N Q 4 Qt V I ' George Lindsey B111 M1tche11 I47 Medical Records ,-'T , 'ya Pictured left to right: Cathy Chollet, Rose Soloducha, Leesa Dykes, Velma Raasch, Terry Brown, Marilyn White. Rose Soloducha Becky Atwell H' ral . in . ., K, Brenda Durham Cathy Chollet l g t ral Diagnosis ral Radiology Rosemary Conley ral Surgery Connie Cridlebaugh Ruth Gartrell 592.1 Vera Balylock Sharon Bergians M ! M W J W-rn' 1 ir My 1' M, i,"1'i frm M- , 'Mun H , 1 ,,, V ' nnin inioo iivooo i 7 I r ' ' , Eleanor Wickham Violet Halldin Patient ounsellin V - :N I 'Ax -f'1",'i Q' M . nv' " igmy' 8 Patient Accounts .' ' 'N . ," " Jig . f , - .An - . X 1' ' i ., .Q w ' - I, , in H 'E ' ' 115 Patient Recepti n 4, .1 H ' ,J ,, Left to right: Maxine Gray, Ruby Alexander, Glenda Bender, and Char leene McCallop. Photography -- ,. www! ' I Tlx? , I v In ,L-N W - X, U" A' . , P' M " I P ' n " ' P 7 n 1" tj- ' ffi an P + P ' " " fb? rf ,L ' mr , Y J I K, I , 1 X .4 ,Y Q M N ' r W ry, J La,,,,, his , ,T i . 2 rr., ln' X K! -A., I I I I A..-mm me LL ' "H 'Y Ray Felker Larry Okrend Purchasing - Accountin ,gf ,S f " 5- "4"-TfT:3' 'if .f" ".f ix Barbara Burt Gale Hank-ing egistrars ffice "S m g 115' A555 Margaret Brinkman Olga Werthe' N a Palmer N Yu W e tp. u QW' 71 if '. 'Mi mi Secreterarial enter ,agpwiiw 5' Tlgmnqr , ., ..1,. . Q Y, X-if Katherine Keeny ' Dorrie Greenbaum Screening ..-Q.. gal Z Television Art -"a X. - ' N, 'i4. QV: X .J X Y 1' V' Dick Nolte Ike Church Doug Walters Willene Tatum s...7 ata Processing EM 1KvH f w JM 'W,1 M Wm Mary Hoist Sam Craddock cams ffice LL! Martha Allis Joyce Kemp The ultimate amalgam build-up SIGNATURES chain yard on 0 acres TE of 15,000 dolnhu over Terms. Kas flnder on busy Hwy 40 Well located. estab- llshed, oolng buslness ln operation 'LS yhgsggwner wlll tlnancg gn. 363-5990- AUTGMOBILE Dealership-Imports, parts house, new-used lol, service ta- citly, Eddy, 471-510,452-613 BAR-3,2 Bear, located ln Johnson County Kansas, prlce lncludes vendlng and 'game' equlpment. Prtced ul ap- grox mate one years lI'tC0n'te. floss tlner. 764-0341. Flsnman 5. Co. 782- ZQCE..- i-......i.-- Bar. and cafe, Sunday llcense. good pggitpj-5-account ag he ti 924-Wg BAR-B-CLANDBEER Own-r has other bus. Interests- wlll sell bus.. bln., at land as oackaaa :lenl-a proven money maker-prnllts and loss statement to quallfled bu!ers-Jlm- S.D.6.v:LN.l!lwlsm.R.w.xf QQ, l ..1. BARBER Sltopw---Beautiful and mod- ern. 4 cnalrs, prime area, established huslr-ess, KCMO, wlll sacrltlce, Ad- QEQLR '?k!L...--...........- BARGE Boat and Traller-517.500, rims! QDHMQAZZSQTLQ-..5.L5 6 ..-- EMTTEREES,--Sl8.50, three years. KC t?9.fleLi..?.4A.Qmm!!2.!19lyQ-til- BEAUTY salons, Johnson County Llb- erty, Stanley, others, vernassle heal- QLXQEQZQG... Jel!?:i..L.M.f1- Ie W' - BODY SHOP 2625 WARWICK-.5600 sq. ft. clear span commerclat hulldlng. Ground level QlhuVEl'l1EBd doors. 533101-:QW--mn BOOKKEEPING PRACTICE Automated bookkeepin? practlce wlth Hood earnings polentla wlll be estab- .shed ln Kansas Clty for ya itsglltled person. Purchase once of 515, cash wlll oolaln comruete cnnrto! of thls cllentele. Bookkeeping or accountlnq knowledpe necessary but degree no requlref.. For dntals reply ln con- Qdsfisyf ASEE 2841-i.!lLL......... BCUTIQUEK-Ladlas, rfartn ol river. 55.000 plus lrwentory, 565.000 gross, 'oe' ln!9'TnmQn.C9.L!W12ZQ- .... ---.---. Bl.,ll.Dllv'3 !N OLATHE Good location near Courlnoustc, rould be boutlque, plant shop. etc. Land avallaole also. Angel Berry, Realtors, 3AE.44lM........---.....-.. BUSINIESS Home Intetlor Decoratlng Company. Established over '15 yer: K.C. Mo. ldunl lor Cougtle. Owner retlrlng, wlll !9.QuSf4.lLl2.gL5.L09.5r9...... -- , ' I BUStNt:SS 0PPOrZTUNlTlES An established dlstrlbutor, offers op- nortunlty to qualllled Installer who has hls own vehlcle and equipment to Install automotlve sound products at dealershlps. Inventory avallable. no slartu mvestments. all for appolnl- meiw9.o.E......--.-.... BUSINESS SPECIALISTS, LTD l9tJl 642-4111 or 6-19-2430 Declare your own Independence with Eyour own buslness. MACHIN - SHOP, Johnson County 11 gear Qruvallt good terms 8. equlornent D641:-4251 WHOI ESALFIRETML FLORIST SUPPLIES establlsned rea! potentlal SERVICE BUSENF-El rt... -.. NOTICE OF PUBLIC OFFERING The Department ot Houslng and Urban Development proposes 6 bulk sales offerlrag, number 20-76 of THIRTY-FlV- 1351 PARCEL5 OF LAND WITH IMPROVEMENTS iTOwNt-lOUSESl. The sald parcels are located In the 2600 blocks of Delavsn and Farrow Avenues ln the Clit' of Kansas Clty. Kansas. The Department will accept sealed blds In the Prosgrty D sposltlon Branch ln Room 7 at the above address untll 2.00 P.M. C.S.T. on Friday. Jul-' ta, 1926, at wt-llch tlme and Face tftere wlll be held gdpuollc open ng. Blds must be submltt In the form prescribed ln old kits whlch wlll be provlded upon written or telephonlc 1374-4395! request to thls cHlce. Sold klts wlll contaln blddlng Instructions, lorrns and a detalled descrlptlon ot the parcels offered. Tnegrcels are offered for sale "All Cash IS without warranty or lnsur- ance. wllnout a mlnlmum prlce, and wlth the reservatlon that HUD retain the rughl to refuse any and all offers." Bids or a gortlon of the otterlnq wlll be relected. le olds wlll be dectded by drawlng lots. A deposll ln the form of a bank c:ashler's check payable to the Department of Houslng and Urban Development In the amount of 810.000 Is requl-ed a- the slgnlng of the con- tract wlth said deooslt to be retalned and applied to the lnal payment of the purchase prlce. A reasonable tlme shall be allowed for closings lf after the tlme sat forth as reasona le, the sale has not been closed. the buyer shall torfalt hls earnest money deposlt. Those llsted on the Detalled Descrlp- llon of tho Properlles Offered are to be conveyed and sales closing completed ln compliance wlth the abcve. The 1975 and prlor gears taxes wlll be paid by HUD. The 1 76 taxes wlll be orb-rated as of the date of closlnF. axes payable after 1976 wlll be pa d by the purchaser. All olds wlll be net to the Department wltnout provlslon for the payment of a selling commlsslon or tee. The Department reserves the rl?nt lo relect any or all olds and to wa ve any lnforrnalty ln any bld. ANY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL. COQPALJY OR CORPORATION, RE- GA Dl.:35 OF RACE. SEX. COLOR, RELIGION, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN PURCHASE HUD PROPER- DRIVERS Opportunlly-Would Wu like to own your own rlg? You can. e have a lease purchase program That will enable you to own your own. lf you possess all of the DO requirements and have at least one year seml experlence wlthln the last two years. ll ou are Interested call 737 -0200,ask for BUWEY Solomon. As I wlll be lntervlew- Ing on July Att: and 7th. - DRY Cleaners and Laundrg dolng 550,000 yearly ln clry of 2 .000 In nortncrn Kansas. Relrement, Kash- floiyfmyzfb-.2 d'1ZLl.m.ss........ DRY Cleanlng plant-Located Olathe, Kansas. wlth olck- up statlon, northeast Johnson County, grosslng In excess 5100.000 yearly, excellent Fackigg for owneroperator or lrwes or, ,000 firm, send all lnqulrles to Address W xl ar EARTHWORMS-Free tour ,of Mld America Worm and Ecology Farm, located In Rlchmond, Kansas, Monday thru Saturday, 9 to 5 p.m. for more lntormgtlon, call 913835-2018 FABRIC aotbcga In lowa town ot 3,000 clolng 547, yearx About 900,000 inventory. prlced S ,000. Kashflnder 911362-4 A2 anytlme. A hydro- buy TRUE VALUE HARDWARE STORES Are you ln the hardware business now? As a True Value Member. you wlll enioy higher profits because of the lowet' merchanclse costs lncwdlng the leaolng natlonal brands preferred by 1' Lourcuslomers. ou wlll proflt by True va!ue's power- ful local and nat anal advertlslna 'tro- grams-malclng hundreds ot m llons selling' lmforesslons tne year around. Comb ne he low prices obtained by the buying power of over 5,400 True aloe Members wlth the lndustry's most powerful advertlslnq programs and yorrve got a real wtnner. For more nforma lon call or wrlte: i True Value Hardware Stores Mr. Bob Guldo ' mo N. Clybourn ,-we. , Chlca 0, ll.606l4 swfzivn HARDWARE wlth sporting goods, bl- ' cycles elc. dolng 90,000 Kvearly ln I Oreggn. Much Fotentlal. ashtlnder 913- 2-Qgwtpme 'HARDWARE A ' GAMBLE l HARowARE stones ' N G bl S' 1 be t la I many ew am e .ores o es a - , Ilshed ln new towns throughout Mls- lsourl and Arkansas. In a dltlnns to establlshlng new stores ln new loca- rlons, dealers tn some towns are ready to retlre. As a result a number olzgood exlstlng stores are avallable. ,000 mlnlmum Investment required, bal- ance needed can oe financed to quell- ' fled parttes. Retau sales and or retall management background preferred. lf ou are Interested :n owning your own guslness write or call Don Easteb l MARKET RESEARCH-AND DEVEL- 1 OPMElNl ' GAMBLE SKOGMO NEW STORES DIV. P.O. BOX 1423 SEDALIA, MO. 6.5301 OR PHONE 8166266228 Fast Food DAIRY QUEEN-BRAZlER New store openlng ln August. Excel- slor S rlrl s. 835,000 cnsn requlred gawmioa-sins' " Q FAST FOOD FRANCHISE Jtst 6- Bales locetlon. Good apportuvnlty forowner-operator. Tralnlno Drovtded HEALTH sga. Clay County, newer ul nt, 10.000, ernassle Realtor Jack P-negley 444-3866 HEALTH spa's and Ylgure salons, ex- cellent locatlons, Varnassle Real or 163-3200, Jack Pyle! U4-QQ ' ICE CREAM BASKINS ROBBINS . I - CALIEAFTER o PM 648-6140 I ' ASCITY STAR 138 day, July 4, 1976 OPPORTUNITIE S 501 MOTEL-26 unlt, and SGDBTB-fE-TFITDQ quarters on I-70 and Hwy. B, Boonvllla, Mo. Call B16-882-6543, Qulnlan Agency. Boonville, Mis-sgurl. MOTEL-35 unlts, pool, doln? SS0,0w wrly In eastern mrgla. Pr ce 8175,- , , erms, Kashflnder, 913-362-4242 angtmi MOTEL BY OWNER-Wlll sell or trade large A.A.A. exas motel wlth high Press lt high net for smaller Tate, or mobile nomo par . Address W S ar. Motel 81 Home On state hlghway wllhln 40 miles Kansas Clay. In M ssourl town. Sams owner for Years. ll lurnlshed motel unlts. Well-kept 3-bedroom and bath home. Owner states over 514,000 net lncome last year. Golden opgortunlty at 584.000, 16,500 down, . ree . . . "Buslness and Income Property Bulle- tin" otaver 750 oulstandlng buys coast to coas ,PNLIEU flR.ll.l9EN9.l.. ' Ph: 816-753-4212 ,E-h. weekdays Bto 7'Sa1.5- Sun. 919 4. MOTEL-The Red Man, Hlawatha, Kansas. 21 rentals wlth 3 bedroom home on near 2 acres, phones, color TV, alr. For sale by owner at 2112 tlrnes gross. 913-742-3232 MOTELS TEXAS-62 Unlts, Ramada Inn, Cream Puff tamlly operatlop. Excel- lent buanessxon great Iocatton. Good erms. urr OKLAHOMX-40 Unlts, pool, Spaclous uar.ers. ners ea requ res q 1 Q ' low G n lth I uc'sate. ow own. EANSAS-53 Unlts Best Western, over 54,000 PER unlt gross, substantial down. Owners retlrlraqe SELLINGTHE ST IN THE MIDWEST GARY BECKL ASSOCIATES MOTEL BROKERS Box 206. Clay Center, Ks. 67432 lDay or N qll:ttg,Ql3-631-5636 Member of NA I NWIDE MOTEL Q BROKERS MOTORCYCLE-Benelll and lndlnn Franchlse, Bullf1lrE1.5D0 sq. tt. Going business. Contact aker Realtors. Box 613, Waverly, Iowa 50677. MOTORCYCLE Deelershlo In Kansas City, Suzukl Franchlse, protltable, es- tab lshed, well stocked, Ddrtlal tlnanc- Ing avallable. Full flnanclng for ml- norlty businessman. Owner rnovlng to ous on exas. a r. arr a ,S kl,91g-831 lllglu M P t KC uzu - . MOTORCYCLE dealershlp dolng around 550,000 yearly angosfowlno ln Kansas college clly o 30 , Kash ln- ggr 913-362-4242 annlme. l MOTORLEYCLE ?tiBlEl'ShlP,ffXC9liEhf o run ,, s eowner nanc . geeixgslememgor 1463-3200, Jack Phg- .!l'...l' .1i........... MOTORCYCLE FRANCHISE Harley Davldson estabhshed southern gain oglfihdxoagfled buyers call Dr. -'L4.....9 .:..L........i.i. NlGHT club, beautiful, best buy, John- son County. Vernassle Realtor 363- 3200, Jack Phggley Au.-38o6 NlGHT club, seats 300, tuli llqzuar yceassfm Xqernzasgc-aw Realtor 363-3 , ac 5 ey NURSERY and garden center wlth greenhouse doing 560,000 yearly on 4 acres ln Florida. Terms, Kashflnder 913-362-4242 anglme. PACKAGE llquor and Iounhe ln Oa- CB0la area. Located close to proposed 300 acre Rubllc use area.on Truman Lake. Wa -ln cooler. Refrtoeratlon for carryouts. Cargeated lounge wlth tlre- place. 7padded r, tables seatlng ap- prox. 5, dance floor. Water, sewer, rest rooms meet state regulatlon. farming area. Close to Hlghway 413. GOVER REALTY CO. Lowry Clty, Mo. um 6002912 We haveother buslnes e lnthlsar a. PET Store-Located Johnson Coun Kansas, ?SlBbll5:1:gg kguslnessmwgt. good earn ngs, pr a approx one years earnings, Stlnar,-'764-0141. Flshmanltfn 707. nm -- These are the quality elements that make up the Jelenko Precision Casting System dentlstrys most advanced casting equipment and alloys Now the System reaches a new high in controlled performance with the lntroduc tion of the solid state Thermotrol 2500 Shown clockwise above Jelenko Electric LFA Furnace for wax elimination and heat hardening Auto matic temperature control and indicator Jelenko Handy Sandy portable sandblast unit Cleans polishes restorations Uses any 25 40 lb pressure airline alloys requiring casting temperatures up to 25500 F t1399OCl Jelenko Jelsonlc Ultrasonic Cleaning Unit Transustorized circuitry reaches a new stage of working efficiency Jelenko Microfine Cast Gold Alloys For every requirement Jelenko has developed a quality gold or precious metal alloy lgmwwr All available through your Jelenko Dealer J F Jelenko 81 Co V 170 Petersville Road New Rochelle N Y 10801 DEN, Rom S Solid state Jelenko Thermotrol Model 2500. For all precious metals and ceramic . - ' - H : Nun ' ' ' ' AL HEALTH P T -:cv 3? support ' We have an enduring Interest rn your welfare and rn the welfare of the dental professlon Regional state and national meetings Edu catlonal clrmcs Your professional socretles and journals We support them all Forexample fullservnce sup -pllers such as ourselves and man ufacturlng members of ADTA have contrlbuted over S1 200 OOO to the American Fund for Dental Educa tlon ID the last sux years We re happy to be able to gave this kind of support to the profes slon we serve PATTISON McGRATH CO 1901 Baltrmore 842 3918 641 08 SUPPLIER Member American Dental Trade Assocnatlon A . 3 Q9 Q7 Q 5 v v 13' Q X o QQ' o 0 o v yu, 1551: i We DANIEL ROOT CERAMICS CROWNGBRIDGE Q 810E 63RD ST KANSAS CITY MlSSOURl64110 rllzkrnb Nationally Famous Brands Barco Whlte Swan Tlffmy for Men 8t Women lncludlng Mens and Women s shoes Call us 649 5858 7905 Marty Overland Park Kansas 66204 lu WLJ L ,pgvesr Hours Mon Fn 9 30 5 30 Sat 9 30 5 00 Thur 9 30 7 00 Sun 12 00 4 00 Q A of ,xo '4 S' 5 fp so ' 430 QT I Q? , 0: Q30 037' Q2 ,gf K' ,az 6 A ,H .RE"x "' :fl 2 l G ' 1 gl C z H - fy A VN . . - . - . . AA t o X fl 1 Complete line of accessories M F: ly . - . X' 11. l X X A Q El W lr lx 'Nl Q Vt ' f fr N 5 lk' 1 it J E S x I l W ' Q' ' X5 A E - ': : -: 1 Nl i Il Ill 53 l LJ it Q' f ' i X 5 E . . . l... . r "Sv Your ealthcof77tl1slilllKrause store in Kansas City will follow you almost anywhere Before you're ready to establish your practice, get in touch with us. With 56 Healthco equipment and supply centers across the U.S. and Canada, we're easy to find. You'll discover that we're anlot more than a friendly storekeeper. With our know-how in office planning and design, merchandise, equipment, and practice management, we can put you in business and help your practice grow. Healthco, Inc., 25 Stuart Street, Boston, Mass. 02116. Here are 18 things Healthco will do for you when you are ready to practice: 1. Provide you with your personal Healthco sales representative. 2. Help you select a town through market analysis. 3. Counsel you as to associate practice, group: institutional employment. 4. Help you pick a location and type of building. 5. Counsel you as to buying, building or leasing your office. 6. Design your office. 7. Furnish specs on dental equipment, partitions, electrical and plumbing layout to contractor or architect. 8. Help you decorate your office. 9. Help you select dental equipment best suited to your needs. 10. Help you get financing, with an eye to an expanding and changing practice. 11. Help you hire a dental hygienist and office personnel. 12. Set up your billing and collection system. 13. Help you buy merchandise economically. 14. Set up inventory control. 15- Provide you with Practice Management counselling. 16. Furnish fast, reliable repair service. 17. 18. Provide you with these "ex- clusive" practice manuals: Considerations Buyl Sell A Dental Practice The New Dentist Manual Office Opening Manual Practice Management Manual Appointment Book Give you reprints of these important professional articles and monographs: Selecting a location Planning dental facilities Associateship vs. Individual Practice Build a Professional Building? Group Practice andlor Incorporating Programming Dental Practice Administration HighlLow overhead High accounts receivable High accounts payable 25135 0 ALABAMA Mpuue ral-scary. newer Dental supply. mo M-ll sl lnrlusrrrnl Pnrlt 12051 413-sess CALIFORNIA snn rrenelsee 1941021 wynnlnn-urpwn. l-us Merkel street llllsl ssefouso CONNECTICUT Nnrrtard1lJ5ll751 Keele Dental Supply, as-l Asylum Avenue 12031 525-5247 Nprnr rrererr 1054731 Keele uenlul supply. arte slate srrr-er 12031 219-:nal FLORIDA rl Lnurrerrlele 1333091 Rower ounlel Supply. mal N E asm Sl roost 772-Asol Jnelrsrrrrullle 022171. Howar Dental supply. :mr Mercury need 19041 733-1837 Mrurnr rsalssl newer Denial supply. Jluu N w 77m cpurl may 592425111 Orlando razaall Rower oenlul Supply. 790 up ornngu Avenue rsnsl -125-2565 rernrur ransom Ruwer Denier Supply. :ala w Kennedy Blue 18131253-0525 Wesr Pelnr sealer- ,Jason Rower Dental Supply. 2400 riprrauemnngp Rena uns, sasrstxlo GEORGIA Allenre ruoslsl. newer Dental Supply, ml D cellrer nnerl l4o.ly :tsl-2:23 lltllrols cluengp rsowol Asenur Dental Supply. .alla w Lawrence Avenue may 282-4200 IOWA Davenport rszsaal Jneuus nerrlnl Supply. l-nl Ripley Street tarey :lza-:srl KANSAS Wlr:Illra1672061 Krause ounlel Supply. 414 No oliver slreel 13161504-7811 LOUISIANA snlrur neuge woaosy. Audercr Dental supply, ual Nurlrr street 45041 927-3946 New orleans rzalsul. Auaerer Dental Supply, sou-22 N Hagen Avenue iso-11 asa-ssrl MARYLAND aelrrrnpre 12121191 ueeley Dental Supply, same Blau llrll tune rnnll 528-0300 MASSACHUSETTS Boston fD2ll61. Rower Dental Supply. 19 Stuart Street 15171 423-5004 Wolcesler 1015081 Flower Dental Supply. 215 Main 511601 10171 756-8338 MINNESOTA Mlnneapplrs 155041. Krause Dental Supply. 2412 University Avenue, S.E. 16121 331-4935 MISSOURI Kansas Clly16413l1J. Krause Dental Supply, 5300 E. 59th Street 18151351-2500 sprrngrrelu 1555041 Krause Dental supply. 1759 S. Kentwntld 14171 B83-1747 Sl. LOUIS 16310111 Krause Dental Supply, 2025 Olive Street 13141 231-0765 NEBRASKA Omaha fsalozy. Krause Dental Supply. 1809 Capltcl Avenue 14021 342-5020 NEVADA Les vegas yasmw. western Dental Equrprnenl and Supply, ml E. crrurleslen Blvd. uazyaaz-1991 NEW HAMPSHIRE Mzmcllaslar 1031051 New Hampshire Dental Supply Co.. 235 Wellington R056 15031 669-7032 NEW JERSEY Hackensack rorsau. seenler nenlel Supply. 382 Math Street 12011 488-M64 NEW YORK Albany 1122061 caprlel Dental Supply. als Livingston Avenue 151111 Asa-use New Yark1l00351. Ruwer Dental Supply, 331 West 44th Street 12121 755-7660 Syussel11r7911. Hebard Metro Dental Supply. l7l Eileen Way 15161354-D810 wnrle Fleurs flosoap. l-lepnra Dental Supply, loo Lalayetle Avenue rally 94a-aoao NORTH CAROLINA CharIaIle1282t7l1. Powers and Anderson Dental Supply, 405 West 32nd Street 17041 372-B850 Hale'.t1gh1Z76011, walker-slzer Dental 220 W. Davie Street 19191 834-8293 OHIO Cmclnnarr 1452031 Hamilton Dental Supply. 1045 W. Bttl Street 15131 381-3033 Cnlurrtbus 1432151. Hamilton Dantal Supply, 1310 Dublin R030 15141486-2961 Dayton 1454021 Hamilton Dental Supply, 710 SO. Main Street 15131 224-0363 OREGON Ppruerra 1972011 Western Dental Equipment 5 Supply. 2300 S.W. Sth Avenue 15031 224-2550 PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia 11910.11 Philadelphia Dental Supply, 2130 Arch Street 12151 568-7450 Prllsnurglr nszlsy. Hamilton Dental Supply. 2866 Banksvllle Road 14121 344-B686 RHODE ISLAND PIt7vldelICE1l729031. Hhade lslirtd Dental Supply, 34 Snow Street 14011421-3837 SOUTH CAROLINA Calumbla 1292021. Powers and Anderson Dental Supply, 1015 Whaley Street 15031 779-5555 TEXAS Dallas 052261. Krause Dental Supply, 3221 Gaston Avenue 12141826-B510 D I I Haustan1770061. Krause ents Supp y, zlss Perlsrnpuln Street 171:11 524-B151 UTAH Salt Lake ClIy18Jr151. Western Dental Equlpment A Supply 420 Lawndale Drive 18011 487-1745 VIRGINIA runs Church fzzorzp. orslrrel Dental supply. 2924 Telstar Court 17031 5711-9400 R1chmond12J2611. Powers and Anderson Dental Supply, 1519 Cttamberlayna Avenue 17031 540-4453 Floanake 1240121 Powers and Anderson Dental Supply, 129 Thurston Avenue, N.E, 410:11 :males WASHINGTON Eallavue19E00lJ. Western Dental Equipment lr Supply. 13202 N0r1hEaSl 15111 SIYEEI 12061455-0514 WISCONSIN Milwaukee 1532221. Krause Drtrllal Supply, 3953 No 761t1 Street 14141 464-2940 CANADA: MDIIIIEEI. Dunlal DBDOI 1CarI-31181 Ltd. 7000 Park Avenue 15141 274-7784 Quebec City. Dental Depot tCanada1 Ltd. 595 Charesl Blvd. 14181529-4174 Vanrer, Ont. Dental Depot 1Canada1 Ltd 261 Montreal Road 151211745-7462 Halifax, N.S. Dental Depot 1Canada1 Ltd. 5050 Alrnon Street 19021 454-B591 WX f w N P. i-.i 'I V k x mf ll W f f-X Q, ogg . W ju Qx I A x X -Yu '5 V ' 5' K " fy X W Wil! Q X ff Q I :ff f ff I ' QQ X N A is X H jg' T! W ,g55??I K X X X X ,, f , in V, .L A ,' f F L H! , w X - ,M f J, ? M ' J u I, EX-W f E ff, ff'!!,Af : gf 6 X wi! X fy! .X KK ff 1 A, N 3 1 X , X Mm, 1 fx K I ff! A m ay H ' J Al X. mnff XJ 'V if T -iqqp ,, M '-""' : 'Il'A,,L N IIIII ulllv lf .gg EVERXFIHUNG' UND - THE SUN you wANT DENTAL B00liS'l'0RE SERVLD BY smut stunt I I 1 I I , svouut . '. I 1 , . - I 1 1 N - . . . , J ' : I ' ' moo 1 5 Pomtnnn :D 1 BILUNGS I - 1 : 5. . - .- . - -- . I tucmz I v,-,:-.------.5 Miuuwous GREEN BW: 5 ',.--.M I,- - I aoist 1 g 2 sr. mv, x f-" v H u I I ' . ---- - T v -r-.IL I L , MlLWAUKEEt I-'f x : - T--- I ------ ,I nocrronu I, f I 4, - . . . , . . , I Q Sioux cirv cam wins I Q 1 I ,- f slxcizrtmanro, I ,-H I OMIM DIS MOINES , I I I.. I-.ISA I I r----l...-li. g------'I I I 0 I 4 mo moI I I I Lmcoui X , I I : I, , x : :""' x -. . , --'-. , tx I I I ropmx x muisns mv 1 I, i I. ' , ,- 1 - n 1 4 ". Q Q DINVIR n wiciiiu : '-,I n, J-I" V I 1' .1 vim Nurs 1 I- -- ,' I ' -' nsinint ". J - - 1 ""'--FJ-------"'T"""5-I" fr,---..I Armium 'Sf : l""'1 TULSA I I -,--f' fx Los incurs i ' I omiiom cunt , ' I n s PATTERSON LONG WU' ""0fN'x Q I L, 1 1 I 'I 'LN DENTAL co. 5'1" W0 ' """S i I ' Branch Locations: ' I LUBBOCK E " " 1 g X B I R I, , nmns t n 1 I i1'3llEE1Nl.?2ALgaORNlA 92505 """ FORT WORTH 'I 1, .I 2 1" "' "' V 924 Wyominbl Avenue 1 I BILLINGS, MONTANA 59102 609 North Orchard Street BOlSE, IDAHO 133704 No. Calilornia L San Francisco 1120 San Antonio Road PALO ALTO, CALlFORNlA 94303 So. California 3323 W, OI mplc Blvd. LOS ANGEZES, CALIF. 90019 1330 lst Avenue N.E. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA 52401 3209 Nusslraurner Street DALLAS, TEXAS 75226 5315 N. Cenlrul Exgsrcssway DALLAS. TEXAS 7 205 999 Acoma Street DENVER. COLORADO 80204 2405 Forrest Avenue DES MOINES. IOWA 50311 1647 Oak Street EUGENE, OREGON 97401 524 No. 7tI1 Street FARGO. NORTH DAKOTA 58102 1412 Ballinger FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76102 933 Burner Street GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN 54302 925 Hyde Park Blvd. HOUSTON. TEXAS 77006 211 Iowa Avenue IOWA CITV. IOWA 52240 2600 Gillham Road KANSAS CITY, MO. 64108 1620 N. Street LINCOLN, NEBRASKA 68508 2933 Long Beach Blvd. LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA 90806 3323 W. Olympic Blvd. LOS ANGELES. CALIF. 90019 2127 34th Street LUBBOCK. TEXAS 79411 3012 Plankinton-Bldg. MILWAUKEE. WISCONSIN 53203 323 Union St. S.E. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 55414 1103 2nd Avenue S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 55403 1033 N. Walker Street OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA. 73102 411 N. 30th Street OMAHA, NEBRASKA 68131 1120 San Antonio Road PALO ALTO, CALIF. 94303 2531 Nina Street PASADENA, CALIFORNIA 91107 4502 North 16th Street PHOENIX. ARIZONA 85016 2820 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Rd. PORTLAND. OREGON 97201 3022 Forest View Road ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS 61109 401 Slobe Avenue SACRAMENTO,CA1.IFORNlA 95815 259 South Exchange ST. PAUL. MINN. 55102 216 W. C gross SAN AN'ly NIO. TEXAS 78212 9280 Clairmoni Mesa Blvd. SAN DIEGO. CALIF, 92123 1201 Mercer Street SEATTLE. WASHINGTON 98109 210 Frances Bldg. SIOUX CITY, IOWA 51101 923 North Howard Street SPOKANE. WASHINGTON 99201 522 E. 5th Street TOPEKA. KANSAS 66607 6361 E. 41st Street TULSA. OKLAHOMA 74135 16209 Victory Blvd. VAN NUYS, CALIF. 91406 428 No. St. Francis Struct WICHITA, KANSAS 67202 HOUSTON I SAN ANTONIO Pick-a-home... Patterson .Dental Co. serves over 25,000 members of the dental profession in 25 western states. Many of the fastest growing areas in the nation are located in these states and a staff of 140 Patterson Representatives serves them regularly. When it's time to set up your first practice your Patterson man can provide information on potential practice locations nearly anywhere in the West? He'll assist you in obtaining office space. He'll design an office for the most efficient use of space. He'll advise plumbers, carpenters, and electricians where air, water, waste, and electrical facilities must be placed. He'll supervise the installation of your new equipment and help orient your staff in its use and maintenance. He'Il help you hire and train your assistant. He'll aid you in setting up a bookkeeping and accounting system, arrange for office remodeling or decorating, and provide an array of new product information. l-le'll arrange financing for all your initial needs-equipment, expendables, instruments, office remodeling and decorating, and even living expenses for those important first few months. So if you're planning on practicing dentistry in the West, write any of our Patterson branches for more specific information. They're eager to help you pick-a-home in our neighborhood, or write: Director of Professional Relations Tom Smeed . . . Mgr. PATTERSON DENTAL CO. surruen NATIONAL IN SCOPE i LOCAL iN SERVICE 2600 Gillham Rd. K.c.,M6, 614105 816 6112-8575 unlvlsnsm M clsnrlsn The 9 place for eatm' . meetm' and X UQ x greetrn' XVIWSBW' f marvelous 17717120 C 5 AY Loglefljlb les sdr::lITz MMM NK l CONGRADULATIONS to all 1975 UMKC School of Dentistry graduates Barry Phillips,Dir.ff Helen Wedd le,Assist. Dir.+J.W. Taylor, Food Service Mgr. 42 f'?w', . " 1 I!! 37 fx? f.,'!:j. it I . - F, If ,"f 'K f ! , ,X 4 , 'rl 'ff' r it V? 1 ,Iv V, ,',',lI'f! ,V f I my so f e fl Xp.. ' ' 2- ' , , u lfxll ' ' "' t .L X I , 4 ! aa Y r f ', ' A ' 5 If l' 1 , f - I Z N' 712 N .. o .- X J . I X J 1 -- f f-N 1 -Q ,'- ,ff ' 'za ci-.4-Iv.-T ..','.j,-.-px. ' ' X ld' 7 ' V' . -w1fS3?'A 'Q 5'.'n ' I fav- f 1 Qsvfl "'v 1 41 l xl X J X 1 f f ll f s , ' , ,fs , - 5 I 2 ?fZf,'9 N , f . f -5' ,A G. .VIN .- Qx Y ' fo o , x' ,. 1 4 N 0 x . -I ff . ,Ml 1-'ig . x Y , I5 - ll n A :eq -' ,. 'l a l o af' Ill", ' , f I rflfhf, MC' s clfl cfrqlss xKXX ll flq,,., tl llllulllflls 5 ' g-'-'11 le Prior service? 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