University of Missouri School of Medicine - Mutation Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

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Many of the pho- tographs appearing in this issue of MUtation were taken dur- ing the Filmingof "The Making of a Doctorn. 3 Preparing to film a scene. if we 'S W ,.,,,,........,,.,. , Q. .,.. I , ... - H ,, , , I N, N , lN,W.,,I 5 ,i:,.,-- 1 I 'hun tmaa.,-L.g'pb'-vNr...'.---''Sy':.L-1,1 MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Genealogy 8- Local History Branch :r ff- nmiliuillilllilllllllllllllliiimmlmfllll 317 W. Highway 24 Independence, MO 64050 Radiation therapy-a hopeful cure. An experiment in physi- ology and pharmacology. Through these corridors . . . ,n 4. .. if 's 5.: ' xl 'w is 5, Q ,1,A Q,,',, gr 'W a ik i 5 K' I 0' 'girl 1,11 M . - K ,' F10-"X . ' : .- N ,. 4,-'- t'2T1i?Q?"27TT.--r ' " - . 'T -U" WH' - . -iM,r..t.,.f,.r.,w' A me ,Mir 5 .- ' P Kr 3: :ri 3 'saffl "I say then, that the personal influence of the teacher is able in some sort to dispense with an academical system, but that system cannot in anyway dispense with personal influence. The entrance to our healmg world 81 ff With influence there is life, without it there is none 5 if influence is deprived of its' due posi- tion, it will not by those means be got rid of, it will only break out irregularly, dangerously. An academical system without the personal influence of teachers uponpupils, is an Arctic winter, it will create an ice-bound, petrified, cast-iron University, and nothing else."- '4 ' JOHN HENRY NEWMAN ry" ,,.,, .. .. -. . ., --t , ''f??55i'5i-,E--1?itfrffizffl?" 1 f.:.6:f -' "Lf, lf ai . f f ' ' ' "' ' A' " " '1' - 'X --1--1' 'J' fl-f-' r-i .IL - " - -ep fd ,:-, ut., H.. ,:f.:-- -.'1g,:..,--.'f -, 1 . X J. , " .J-, ar? Hzs hands make preczszon zmtrumenls preczse How much for breakage? -:L-N W The knowledge of the human anatomy is sought. Night on the Mall. Enter to learn. A 1 , - . ,,.' A h K inf Q in. , M 3:21, - Q P ..4,.,k Lk of gtk :QS M, . fm , , V V3 1 i , ,,,,. 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Q I - -x. ,5 rf A N The watchful eye .. . the personal care Night . . . but the work goes on. 1 '1 PROLOGUE DEDICATION ADMINSTRATION FACULTY CLASSES NURSING GRGANIZATIGNS ADVERTISING STUDENT DIRECTORY frlik x 1 The agricultural community of Plymouth County, Iowa may well recall with pride the wintry day in February, 1915, when W. Earl and Elizabeth Wilson announced the birth of a son-Vernon Earl. While the early years on their farm provided little indication of the direction his interests would eventually take, the Wilson's observed and nurtured his increasingly ap- parent intellectual interest. In nearby Kingsley he completed his secondary education in 1931 and studied the following year at Mount Morris College, Illinois. The Depression Years forced this little religious college to close its classrooms and Vernon Wilson to interrupt his education. At the age of 30, after serving some three years with the 7th Fleets' Mine- sweepers in the Pacific Theatre during the second war, Vernon Wilson re- turned to school. From 19-16 to I9-1-7 he attended Itasca College near the headwaters of thc Mississippi in Coleraine, Minnesota, then returned to Indiana for a year at Manchester College in North Manchester. This same year he married Ula Rhone Miller whose charm and understanding light- ened the toil of the ensuing difficult years. The closeness of their family, now including a boy and girl, bespeaks the solidarity of this union. His academic excellence, interest in the life sciences, and association with a general practitioner prompted Vernonls enrollment in the School of Med- icine at the University of Illinois. Fulfilling the remaining undergraduate requirements concurrently during the first two years of medicine, he re- ceived his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois in 1950. Despite the rigors of a medical school curriculum he also culminated an interest in pharmacology by receiving, not only his Doctorate in Medicine, but a Master's degree in pharmacology from this University in 1952. Dr. Wilson graduated as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha honorary medical fraternity and contributed to the area of renal pharmacology with papers considering the role of pressor amines and nephro calcinosis in kidney func- tion. From 1950 to 1952 he had prepared his thesis as a research assistant in the school's Department of Pharmacology. It was here that he came to know a man who, in the final analysis, may be responsible for his presence at the' University of Missouri Medical Center. Dr. Carl Pfeiffer, former chairman of the Department, recognized the tremendous administrative potential in his student's remarkable organizational ability, energy, and affability. In 1953, immediately following his internship at Illinois Research and Edu- cational Hospital Dr. Vernon Wilson was appointed Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Those qualities of leadership and administrative acumen which had so impressed his former chief became obvious to all who benefited from his six year tenure at Kansas. In 1959, after serving as Associate Dean and Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, then Acting Dean of the School of Medi- cine and Acting Director of the University of Kansas Medical Center he joined the faculty at the University of Missouri School of Medicine as Dean and Director. Almost immediately he formulated long-range plans for the Centerls growth and began working to expand the school physically and intellectually. Real- ization of the latter is seen in the many brilliant additions to the faculty which have followed his arrival, and evidence of the former in the present construction enlarging the plant in Columbia with imminent construction of a Veteran's Administration hospital and Intensive Psychiatric Care Unit, and the afliliation with the Kansas City General Hospital group, Childrcn's Mercy Hospital-K. C., Mo. and Missouri Institute of PsychiatryfSt. Louis. The Dean has recently been elected to his second three-year term of the Executive Council of the Association of American Medical Colleges. In this and his participation on the Liaison Committee of the A.M.A. and A,A.M.C., he has helped to establish policies set and standards at the na- tional level for medical schools throughout the country. He has spent a great deal of time and eH'ort in participation in meetings and visitations on accreditation of various schools throughout the country. The myriad of tasks incident to carrying such aspirations to fruition has necessitated frequent trips from Columbia to outlying medical communities and far distant universities. To cope with these needs and yet fulfill his obliga- tions at UMMC a new dimension in mobility has been provided by the Dean. His blue and white Bonanza must be a familiar sight to control towers across the midwestern states. The burden of administrative decision in a medical setting is a. formidable responsibility in itself, but to provide the correct steps in effecting a rapidly expanding medical community whose responsibility to the people increases with its expansion is formidable in thc extreme. It is to a man who has been instrumental in catalyzing such an expansion that this book is dedi- cated-Vernon E. Wilson, M.S., M.D. 7 5 5 s , f ': ,+L f1'f ' ' - 'fliif 42112 if 7 93. f I -.sig ' .5 1 x - , Bi? el " - N- . , si' s- f fs' ,m tv . W N , V. 5 I' , W-Ami F P w '1 nil 1 if! THF if . 35' L Nw .ff I ., X f e ' ff! -pg' , , , 1,, - Wa 1 if,"-1--,k,gv I X is 1 i ' Wi Y 397, wi . V I fS2fl'iQig1YL?fi L 5 ra " 'W ' N 7 lf , ' "' ,H fl 1 VERNON E. WILSON, M.D. Dean and Director of the University of Missouri School of Medicine. L 4 3 l I Q , 4 ' ELMER ELLIS Ph D LL D President of the Unzuerszty of Missouri Jw. v , . ., . . . . . . . 1 . . 20 5 3 f """" f - . "'311" + --1 I ' HT?-"2f1'1" PF"-'L I-221f":". ': 'ii-'I '-:- 2- 43263 ''??-L'?i:'5-.2-F':'f 5- ' .. .- ' " -4'-Y.-,fl-' if 'I' ' 5 5?-f 5f---X - 1997 . - , -9, g 1. r-1-H :.v'f,'L"' - .--:':.-'f 'V , V- rf-aw . a 4:,,-..g,,'-. . . ,, -4. , -,.L..U ,, ,.- . . . -, 1 x , fr ,-f V .. .- . X 4 , .I '17 T' - L-131:53 ij:-g l::.',:,-,y:.' ,,g,giE..1,zPy5.-- 4 --L ,, ---,-,f,.g,,-'-.'Q., ,- A--'gf ..',:l,,g:---Zig,--r A J:-., .mf .. .,-,. - A., . .1-1 - ,. .. Y. 1.- - , w..- 5' 2"' lm. 'L-"' il :ii ll f,I WILLIAM D. MAYER, M.D. Associate Dean of the School of Medicine. ? 1,4 4 J ! JACK M. COLWILL, M.D. WILLIAM D. BRYANT, PH.D. Assistant Dean of the School of Medicine. Assistant Dean of the School of Medicine 21 N L U S ,,.,Qb,.d,,x - fexgi f. 1 :gg Amr.. , ' K 1... ,- N -J..-2 -.Yu-if -J --H -.-L-.-' -- .- ff- -ww .---Q-1 - L NSY E2lL4J.'l'Y 1+- uz 2 , . N, 3 WW A"',f' df fl ' f'93 fb ' , fJj,:gH,a,gz7 f ,f., v'Ejfwi.u f U I 1 , f , f,f,"f,?i f" ,7LWWf" 'T' fi. fr . X f ' ,, ,Wana I , ul ,M ,,,, yikfffi' I , , ,,,,, ww, , f Ar, MH, 1, f L, W V ,, mf,.'vm 2 f , ,, .'g:,,q, tm, ,, ,I 1 f 'J Z lr 4, Q rf 'Ku 1 N 1 E ,, 1 f Q k , , ,u ff ,ya 5 K f Jf. , 3 W K L1 . i .i 5 1-Hi, E I f ,Q , M, ,, I, a 1 f I' I 2 v A ' f 1.1 5 rf if Q, f -'sv-'n1""" H,.l,,4 , , 1: we-N .---1: F "L" HERBERT E. BROWN, PH.D, JAMES A. GREEN, PH.D. Associate Professor of Anatomy A5-Wfiflfe PTOIIFUOT Of Anatomy E. W. LOWRANCE PH.D. Professor of Anatomy ,fr jyfw, ,. K? I' g g warg. ,::. U ..., I , fm f iafxf Ns A R ,g we --,N Sw f, , ,W ,ffifigiiiqgy fig o 24 n alt O YTX X! of M E U 6 4 gi Aere lumix A J 'f' ! :M , in G' N r H Q-9 cis e or Chris Moore I Elf I Ii 2t,,:Z.g Q 2 41' If 5 V x 3 1 9 I qx X! ii J Z F. EUGENE DOENGES, PH.D, Associate Profesxor of Anatomy L M. D. OVERHOLSER, M.D., PH.D. Department Chairman and Profexsor of Anatomy Th. 1 Q ' DANIEL E. OVERACK, PH.D. WILLIAM R. GOODGE, PH.D Assistant Profesxor of Anatomy A-'ff-Yfaflf Pf0fff-U07 0fA11ar0my . 25 ' .. ' ijt! H 1 P 1-rs H A OWEN KOEPPE, PH.D. Professor of Biochemistry ,,,..--- JOHN M FRANZ PH D BENEDICTJ CAMPBELL PH D Assoczate Professor of Bzochemzstry Associate p,0fem,,. of Bwchemuhy ARNOLD A. WHITE Associate Professor of Biochemistry 26 , . ' ' -12. V 15 i-221: -- fi: ft ":vT:2i:f:' 1.1.-.:.,-'11 1 JQJGV' .-1 " " ' F 1 1 .1 -1 .. '5.:q,,f: ffj'g1E- 'a ', ii-'.:-2,5151-"9"-'W ' "- 1-1-,LApr--'z....-:?f,.5.,5' ,- 45? , ,.s,. '1'A 1 . afsfff- , .5 -W , as in , VZ' Akkk i .. i D21 WT: X3 WQCHEM LAB 364 11 P2 f , er ,' 1 'gfT,.f,3.ML,,,.'21h ffjg Q L 1,-7 M9 Xxx ffl To , .iff Y-1 Y! aff VC A ii x fm K Rf fi! ggfff ,X , I X x5Ql4l-Li??2 , Z A 1--H -,Jf"' 6 f f 'lf 1' , I 4-.ash i I Fg...,,m-,,-... ,mm L' ? 3222315 5',3'J5,i,ti,f,n . E5U5iC4.i:L 27 Qf-V-mM.m,W,,,,,X ., in---V-MW, . ,, ,, ml V A W, H: ,ff- THOMAS D. LUCKEY, PI-I.D. Deportmenf Chairman and Professor of Bzochemutry ROBERT L. WIXOM, PH.D. Axsociate Professor of Biochemistry in Pediatrics WT' ' if " - FRANK B. ENGLEY, JR., PH.D. Department Chairman Cf? Professor of Microbiology 2 1 .1 HERBERT S. GOLDBERG, PI-LD. DONALD P. DURAND, PH.D Professor of Microbiology Associate Professor of Microbiology 28 1?-'f iw-W " " "Q" ' 'Lf-25-li:-f' iiff''fffT."'f1'lig2Sk353'i:3E "J2T:EEJff-'51,32-:,:,-TI, .-1.ugj-:':gf-'14-f:,'.-.. .: v ' 1 1-rijgry - . I W' ' 'yy-f:. s .. ep, . v. rfi:::.s::.-:,f,.,:gg5g-.Ma . .,-- , gg:'.?n.g:::7f,5.u f na.--rf! 'f- ..:,:L1f 'g1L11m... ::,:-- -ZZQEglL11,Q.x. -J. 4:-, A .. 'V.-.--2,gg:f,:q,,Q-15,.: il i I , X JAMES T. BARRETT, PH.D. Associate Professor of Microbiology -,.-q ,-,,.., -5 I ...-w., , Q Q Q ,T ! R CVS-iw? ge-S Ei wb 95 11 RICHARD M. HYDE, PI-LD. Assistant Profesxor of Microbiology , ' A J Q fl' fi-iff-?' i U U P lm Mila, '- ffdfi v' f Q w X , ck ig fast Q QEQRSSEW OLEN R. BROWN, PH.D. KN Instructor of Microbiology SL... A, DALLAS K. MEYER, PH.D. Professor of Physiology ARTHUR W. MERRICK Associate Professor of Physiology M .vig-.-. .1 .,,-. c,,.4,:3k,- mr-Vg . K CAMILLO A. GHIRON, PH.D. Instructor of Physiology ' BERTIS A. WESTFALL 1 f I FERRILL A. PURDY, PH.D. Instructor of Physiology X Y lil 7. Department Chairman and Professor of Pharmacology 1 w , 3 -ii 1 -f-.A ww. ,N , . W X" P X f FQ 1 -Q. . , sg !. , . . L, r ,ew-my M- mt M' ,w"'+.,4.- 'ww' . . 1 ...S A , - 'Nl 2 ,. iw-X 2 1 1 A me K? 1 so ! S I sf Af X .f....i 5 'Qs H 5 a - f 'W' ' . 1 s,....f s P , ' , of ' uf' pf . 4' r .0 as. 'Lv' 4 'A ,sa A mf A. , W . , Q I I r. J Argfvgl K . if w fn fj fd if ,qfoliiysfzi wQI,..f... 'V .zl'?1?ei', '.- ."' W . -'V'l"Av-' . I f 1 Ar:-iv. R-WF! -2- ',,j?,.1'gl,i46' if 3 fg, hxlfgg., .eff ,f .fx ' ,.'!iN,lLQg.2' ,-f"":i.Cm 1 -.5-iffy. 1- in --124 1 x ' Q 1 1' "" '1 - - .mst V - JIMMIE L. SHIELDS, PH.D. Assistant Professor of Physiology l 1 .fam , , 1, , i N, ,S X 13- L. + '1w..,-.4 ,4.....:...,f,i,. -.....,vs s--,J -wx- MARVIN L. ZATZMAN, PH.D. SOLOMON GARB, M.D., PH.D. Associate Professor of Physiology Associate Professor of Pharmacology l ROBERT L. RUSSELL, PH.D. WESLEY S. PLATNER Associate Professor of Pharmacology Professor of Physiology J 5. -' - 31 FRED V. LUCAS, M.D. Department Chairman and Professor of Pathology ' J P Q 1 aka.. . I 1 i' E , 1 'f tl , P XR f, .537 ff , S xy l :A QV" f , ,W . K ,DONALD A. B. LINDBERG, M.D. Assistant Professor of Pathology DONALD A. SENHAUSER, M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology 1 X I m son-r-Y 'Dcclmq lvul' It dos-C+ Xnnw how +0 do -Lhal' 'I-efrlt ff os? fx fli . 'Img E 6 N f . ' Tiarsrgw vwBD"1'L l 1 1 if: X Vx , - A All ,Q J 54? Sf" .' . FILIBERTO CAVAZOS, M.D. LEE C. SHEPPARD, JR., M.D. LARRY D. MOSBY, M.D. Residents in Pathology sf L gf 1- e if V ALRL ps 5 A ,s WILLIAM R. BYNUM, M.D. JOHN R. ESTHER, M.D. Post-Doctoral Fellows in Pathology :ff HUBERT VAN PEENEN, M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology ' lg, ,,,. . ! STANDING: JAMES FILES, M.D., GEORGE B. LUTMAN M.D., JOHN F. TOWNSEND, M.D. SEATED: DAVID D TAYLOR, M.D., ALLEN R. ROSSELL, M.D., LARRY D. TOALSON, M.D. Residents in Pathology I 3 w L J ' 2 +6 ff . WILLIAM D. MAYER, M.D. Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Pathology as JOHN M. BOYCE, M.D. Instructor in Pathology ,f But Merrick, it says right here fzfiv .- vr .: .2111-11-f,:.x . r - ...4s..L- .- . ., ..,, if ,W r .... . 4 ,Q X 'Z sf yf M54 ee LW'eW , , This should help the results. No kidding Hyde, I saw one Wait till the dean sees my 50 caliber machine gun in action Swede like this. Yes, Frank, take it-I've washed my hands and brushed my teeth. 34 Who's holding hand.v??? I E I K I I I ,:f,1-.:.1fx ,-mf.sf1.r. 5m35:s'mv.4u.gi 1- -we Q 0' I A mg z , I I I I I I C. THORPE RAY, MD. Professor of Medicine, Chairman of the Department A JACK M MARTT M D NATHAN C GALLOWAY M D Associate Professor of Medzeme Assistant Professor of Medicine - M, fab A, AW-, -asv-' 'f-' W A f wx, .iffy bfq A A tx ' so X i - , ,f' ,, S . Y 1 mf I I ' . A ff A E 13' It - i 2 ft A . A, L ,Q ff' - Q 1 Q - A 1 P 1 3 - f A 5 A I . A 5 . . , . . . , . . .4 3 36 g aw Q v Xi ip? if wfmiswm H192 5 iff 9 K. 4 is ' "T-Q A A 5 i 5 V , Q , ,,,, A ,.., ,., ., NORMAN D. ASEL, M.D. Associate Professor Dermatology JOHN SOMERS, ,M.D. Instructor in Medicine fNeurologyj J. EARLE WHITE, MD Associate Profexsor of Medicine RODNEY M. PATTERSON, M.D. I nxtructor in Medicine THOMAS W. BURNS, MD Axsociate Profesxor of Medicine 1 . ,, ef iff Q , , n , JOHN F. LOWNEY, M.D. NATHANIEL WINER, M.D. VIOLET MATOVICH Assistant Professor of Medicine Fellow in Medidifle M'D' Assistant Professor of Neu- rology Y: f as, PHILIP C. ANDERSON, M.D. NED SMITH, M.D. WILLIAM SODERSTROM, M.D. Assistant Professor of Dermatology Associate Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine SEATED: HAROLD L. JONES, M.D., WILLIAM H. LAUDERDALE, M.D., TURNER L. MINNIGERODE, M.D. STANDING: LENARD POLITTE, M.D., WILLIAM O. SHELL, M.D., O. LARRY CHAPMAN, M.D., STEPHEN L. HANTMAN, M.D. Residents and Interns in Medicine 1 if - GEORGE BANDY, M.D. LEE PFEFER, M.D. LEO WATSON, M.D. JOHN RITTER, M.D. Residents Cf? Intern in Medicine . X IIB M f E 1 X ' I 1 J .57 rxlrl 'vf'5?r3 I GI W MARY MQCAFFREE, M.D. JAMES R. LESLIE, M.D. Resident and Intern in Medicine 2 I DAVID R GINDER M D WILLIAM D. GAUNT, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine I J i .,.. ,, . ,.. . ---af:-L , 51'-g 1: - ' -- -A 'N '. ' -'A f ' -:si 1f'?'2'fL55Q' .'TSQ25v'??" ' H ' V ' A '- -- E. .. .-I www? - +- M P 5'fWH--'--- -mi-'lf-1 ' ' 1 DAVID G. HALL, M.D. A Associate Professor and Chairman of Obstetrics and Gyne- cology P fgixggiiw mi nigwii , ,W .,...M V I -. Pi I ffl' 'ff Lv Egg, 3,51 1 ,Vrl 'LQ?'X5i I - Sflsslxx gfsjxx- ' 1 Sc 'N x K QM If I I3 J if w.a+ of n..u Inn., uma ,..,s+Mu M. me -- Q .,L,,,gZ:i M. WILLIAM T. GRIFFIN Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gyneoology Aj I W W'?a+,1 ' Jw J. K' , + Q H ., 'f 14 L :Ji ,j -.5 21 1 Vi? I' El I i 32- , ,a . T 1-7 2 i ak , gf -xii xi f 4 A WILLIAM R MILLER PH D MASUO KODANI, PH.D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrzcs and Gynecology Assoczate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology 'YE 2 so 1 42-zu, L-W? f t,, ,wi YW W STANDING: L.A. REEVES M.D., G. R. I-IUGGINS M.D., J. E. FERNEAU, M.D. sEATED.' H. v. LANGEL- UTTIG, MD., F. DEL PIZ- zo, M.D., J. F. MCLANE, M.D. Residents in Obstetrics and Gyn- ecology . - . V , .. ,,,,, , ME.. Q , , .-.,,- -emu-avr. ..- -, Y - , ,. 'S 1'-f ' Hf- -'K'-7i'.1'11f-- 'S--'-'fb-'."'-Y'--"2"'. "":"'Z-""'fE.'-'-' f5: - ff.-Vwl ar :s'::4:'h1a.,'-iowa"'.""2f, pw - 2- :-rf -if "..f . -."fiHT?"g ,Hawaii .,.R?,?,..M,X Jia 5 zfwi 5 ima' E if f 2 Ji V ? ' 1 F r' , Tris . .... "" e iff"f1QT5v-'A -W ROBERT L. JACKSON, M.D. Professor and Chairman of Pediatrics Associate professor of Pediatrics CLEMENT E. BROOKE, M.D. + + K- d K+ 4 N j 'N 1 f . , 'A I G ,. s R K FIKRI HANNA, M.D. Associate Professor of Pediatrics PEDERICS I' 71 Q1 x, A A A f XJ tim ff, I .Q Q We B ffvgi 'Z 2.2 X24 20 Q! x . X Y . his N Ordmarslyl I don. 1-ga a u sf E FRED STANGE, M.D. AGNES MYERS, MD. SUSAN SHUGART, M.D. RICHARD GUTHRIE, M.D. GEORGE BURGHEN, M.D. TERRENGE BLADOW, M.D. Residents and Interns in Pediatrics i 3- v--ww-w ERNEST E. MCCOY, M.D. Associate Professor of Pediatrics I afiv , ' 'fgiilb i ,- ...Q A 1 JAMES PICKENS, M.D. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics GERARD VAN LEEUWEN, M.D. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics f HARRY STOECKLE, M.D. Associate Professor of Pediatrics --.......,,.., --.vv.,.,.,, p--.-,..,.,,, 43 ,mv-"' V x JAMES BURKEHOLDER, M.D. Instructor and Trainee in Pediatrics WILLET BOWEN, M.D. , Assistant Professor of Pediatrics fig "Q, " 2561 r fi ' '7 I k QQ ' ' is A fi .7534 5' sh' ' A-3 I sy! , sg "fi 'M T' il T is rser Eff! asf WX! , , M . .X ,M aux A f f P 43,5 l ' JACOB O. SINES, PHD. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology Associate Professor of Psychiatry WILLIAM H. ANDERSON, M.D. , Associate Professor of Psychiatry l X 'x i 5 l DAVID DAVIS, DPM' RODMAN P. KABRICK, PHD. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology m4,va,.c,,, o,,,ff1,,,,75W If . I JEZFM Qiynfi Q' H1 QQ' I 'SM H "4..f.,, , l. w.5,gi5Q 1 4 f s Z ,sfi . , s g fi so PHILIP MARCO, M.D. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry v.. ni -X, 'W 44 DONALD F. KAUSCH, PH.D. Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology ME215?f'95uu-Jr. ?M34J11n75-Af km, 2 ,Y ,,,, t, HAROLD ALTMAN, M.D. THOMAS R. ANDERSON, M.D. FERNANDO DEL VALLE, M.D CARLOS E. MUNIZ, M.D. JOAN L. WEBB, M.D. Residents in Psychiatry DAVID G. MCDONALD, PH.D. Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology A ....,..- W, W. I . ! I ,x. . ,-. Xp N!q,Jf,W L 3 gf 5 . M0 W SCA. 1 . ,L ll. . 1.35 E X zmfdicsld snors il 16 ' ,,,-ff,.,...,,,.,1 ROBERT F. FROELICH, M.D JOSEPH W. LAMBERTI, M.D. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 1 A I JAMES M. A. WEISS, M.D. Professor and Chairman of Psychiatry l 1s'l!"' THEODORE F. HENRICHS, PH.D Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology f'-NA Assistant Professor of Psychiatry N -65121 .Swim ARCH TEMPLETON, M.D. Assistant Professor of Radiology wi! aww s, gn, it affirm. 5 MW E N? els - GERTRAUD WOLLSCHLAEGER, M.D. M-'gk Assistant'Professor of Radiology W i. 3 J. B. TITMARSH, M.D. ' NORMAN L. BARTLETT, M.D. 5 WILLIAM WILSON, M,D. Residents in Radiology G. RAY RIDINGS, MD. Professor of Radiation Therapy sl - : 1 -V '.fElf:'i,if'f 75.5..i-5 ,1.' ff:-iz" iiifiiil fwfr "f' ' 'l'f,Qlf, 1,144 Q, ivy .i 77' I 5 V K f 1 ,4 5 Q. f V, fin n X its A A . 1 55? , , , 1 ' A ' S T W 2,1 , ' ' fEH'iiw 'I 5 i ' i, 1 s :gg ,, fymr2'ff--f " 7 K , ' 4 ' -. "f' , A " ', 2 3 A A 4 GEORGE F. KOENIG, R.T. Assistant Professor of Radiologic Technology PAUL WOLLSCHLAEGER, M.D. Assistant Professor of Radiology JOHN H. TOLAN, B.s. Instructor of Radiology ' ., 'fweww -'.--14 .rg-Qs? ..- ,gu i-, .- - -- HENRY A MCQUADE Ph D Professor of Radzology mi GWILYM S LODWICK M D Pro esxor and Chazrman of Radiology X ' wk X AX Q52 1' fx l-ana lk uw NORMAN BARTLETT M D THOMAS S LLEWELLYN M JOHN B TITMARSH M D WAINE E MASON M D EDWARD M STEVENS CARL JANSEN M D CHARLES SIMMONS M D Reszdents zn Radzology Q- , if-ri-mn:-" -'-w-- -' - -'- - "" . ,., -i,.:f.1" rw ' .Y .Arg ,,--qw ,. V V, am., .3-- -W, ,.'::, ..:i '.1s.-:.-,1.,-.,- '.., .-, f -, ,.,.,,-',f,:.:'4-,- .f,. + 47 """ 'W " -1 , ,J 1 , R , A 'af ,lr -:vwr '-:1e-,2mm.f,.2ff...-.- . ..q,1:.4s nf-'V .,., . . - ,f,,,...A. . Q3 A 5 X .fswqtgpwz .Q -rw --,ff r sw Il'1?w XL gxfavzix -2 fe www ww' u mai Qld. -...S 'Wx -0 Wim . 1 :--,,.2-9' X V . V, X V i ,iw 1 TNQ? ' ,, XX ,t f' uf' IM f Stiff x , X Q 7 M as A Mfr fi sg Professor of Urology wee MW 3 I sm e X ' M F QL s X 1 ,sf eg X cr W X xr. f 3 , xi V , 9? 1 , X f we in 9 , my ,,,L O, ,,-. -,,,' 1 . -v"??f-X 1 1 . : , ,-.' V K ' 45'2s+ I I ,ii --if-.. - IAN M. THOMPSON, MD 1 1 i I n I l 5 , , 4 P ,P JERRY C. HUNT, M.D. Instructor of Orthopedic Surgery ,,, Yrn, all we f ,N f , ,A ,, ,, f f if X 2 1 ,gi .,.,., . 5 I " K M, 1 U VV vig: ' f . , f .115 JAMES W. MACKENZIE, M.D. Associate Professor of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery W. FORD KEITZER, M.D. HUGH E. STEPHENSON JR., M.D. Instructor of General Surgery Professor of Surgery 48 rf rw 1L- -f - -- ---- - 5 I ,V--E A GILBERT Ross, JR., M.D. Assistant Professor of Urology JOHN F. PATTON, M.D. Associate Professor of Urology if X 741 if at I fa K x ' A ff' 12 gg 1 5 ,bfi arf? S 'S f 1 x H Y J If MARION S. DEVVEESE, M.D. Chairman and Professor of Surgery KENNETH F. KEOWN, M.D. W, ddfzgf ffffif' Professor of Anesthesiology A " JOHN A. BUESSELER, M.D. Professor of Ophihalmology WAYNE REYNOLDS, M.D. Resident in Surgery , ,Y Q2 Qc! G.W.M. EGGERS, M.D. Associate Professor of Anesthesiolgy BERNARD TANGUAY, M.D. Instructor in Ophthalmology SAMUEL BLACK, M.D Professor of Neurosurgery CALVIN KAM, M.D. - Resident in Neurosurgery WARREN P. SIGHTS, M.D. Associate Professor of Neurosurgery in DAVID RAY, M.D., FRANK MICHENER, M.D., JAY MILNE, M.D. Residents in Urology , of or L 1' 'J ' F 'VZ 'rffm,2 f ,J as ' w , -I .War-X , 7293" gig 'f -if: ,V L, ' 'Of -. - f , , g gg, W 7, 555 5, E? "rv A ' W ,M ' O ' . 11 " 'I - . - f +2WWrYvf1Yf41, A A J f' ,,,,. ' v, vm ,I J. I .Lge-,-g ,, ', ' ' ' ' Sib- , J 1. J A A,Ai , ' X " V-1, vtffzte, deem 1. 'z H75 5 J M. K . .E . f ,,,, rg 2 A A if WMA. M, ,, ,, f ft x , ' ' ' LEO LANDHUIS, M.D., LAWRENCE HAMTIL, M.D. J Residents in'Ophthalmology 51 ill-., 1 i ie' 'f ' . 12 N' RIDLON KIPHART, M.D. Resident in Thoracic Surgery 1, FELIX N. SABATES, M.D. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology NO., , in , I A A Lx 1 J K ix V , - A A Q JJ W. KERMIT BAKER, M.D., JOHN P CLARK, M.D., JOHN E. WILSON M.D., JOHN A. EZZARD, M.D. Residents in General Surgery r 7 - ' if-" -7' ' 2-of - 71171-.-f f 'F x A, ff M 5 2 V ,L ,nf"" -f um 151 nf -1, .,-... Q.. - ,W N, F' ' ' "' ' ' I ' --.:.: ,... . . 5 JOHN SCHUDER, PH.D. MARSHALL METZGAR, M.D. Professor of Surgery fBiophysicsj Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 52 4 4 s s E 8 1 'O wa W X x f1Q'? J':',fV A, X A -1 A A ,+A 1. GEORGE AUSTIN, M.D. Associate Professor of Ortho pedic Surgery , km Y 25: ,,"i'.'f1"m TSUYOSHI YAMASHITA JOHN LANDOR MD. CARL ALMOND M.D M, , Associate Pro essor of General Surgery Assistant Pro essor of Thor Instructor in Ophthalmology Wig SUTEW9' 53 1:7-i A-1'-f'1W'Ht" ,. ' Tf1.:f::':qs 2s- w i -1-r -:-- 1. 0, -7- ,,- nl: M-A 4' 1 w HW Y Y ang 1 M 'P' YY. Y ,. v., 1 "7 " 'W " 1' ' m ,, -M, E t "1ZQff-an N . 4 it i ,jf ' " ' , ' . 2 . , I 1. r .::1 w ' xx f', A- ww e A 2, 4 fw'.1-QM --, . .mf - . , 'ii 'A if M 6, xv LL V A 'M A . Y 5 t . ltt t "1 "-- 1 LK':1, lil: LLM m ' x , A s lA icky A,,, , ' X. p f ' . -1- -5 K -I pig- , 'T ' aff fl" ' ., N ' ..- '4":'i" 'Q ' " f , u 1 , . ,, W ,, - ,X Q FQ L- iq IVLW MQ 'wligikiiif' ..,-f- I, I HILARIO ANIDO, M.D. Assixtant Profexsor of Surgery Seth ' fo ,.., 0 Sh? if ff We qel- Kind oi can-Xed away smmelumee ROBERTA L. LOWRY, MD., CHARLES R. SCHMIDT, M.D., COLLEEN MELBURN, M.D. Residents in Anesthesiology JOHN W. IRVINE, M.D. Instructor in Ophthalmology IN IIII mf, W JJ if:7'11A., M I' ' Rx, Y Q ,X A sa 5 Eg., DEAN A. NIERLING, M.D., GERALD J. VOELKERS, M.D. Residents in Neurosurgery fl .r kiikc ' Qxgwrf, ff : - A wfii6??f'?ffwfafg+w: - A , FRANKLIN L. MITCHELL, M.D. Asxistant Professor of Surgery ...-.l""M wi JOHN E. PLUMLEE, M.D. Instructor in Anesthexiology ...E-is? -, ' qi Y ! .ni fROBERT D. BAER, M.D. 1u-vguw-- K , 1-., ' -. V , ,' 'QE "' W 'ca ---W . ii A , ,,1 ,t ,,, , ,mc Q M 55 ' MU' .VV H.. Qfigfiq ' .H I V I lil by f ,,-9"'?'l" CARL MARIENFELD, M.D. Professor and Chairman of Community Health and Medical Practice ,:1w1.1 4 - iii. l sl ,f 3 me Instructor in Community Health and Medical Practice F. MARIAN BISHOP, PH.D. Associate Professor of Community Health and Medical Practice CLAUDE B. TATE, M.D., -I V y Y 7 .1 , RICHARD C. RAYNOR, M.D. ' ' t'ile ' I ' A K VICTOR C. SHELL, M.D., PAUL C. WHEELER, M.D. . JoHNc.GoLDNER,M.D. I M- P - t ll Residents in Community Health and Med- ' ' f ical Practice ,f 'P 5 X SU fm I' L is , I HENRY M. PARRISH, M.D. Associate Professor of Community Health and Medical Practice N,0,,A,,, -"V' f f 'W ,GM WILLIAM D. BRYANT, PH.D. Assistant Dean and Professor of Community Health and Medical Practice . 'I A X X Q ff f E ,-JVM ? x I ,J X f 1 Y A r iw 5 I f jg P ,Q ,f fjlrtfxi A F! -if if X 2-1-,,,,.E?:1dfN J HX X Eff- gil-pzrgiflefy 1 , - - 2 ' UW5 H0011 c Zzrwi Emi X'2fCI?.a5"3iZ..,:f if A. SHERWOOD BAKER, M.D. Assistant Professor of Community and Medical Practice Health ,x fl X 'I :uumh ilshn, ill. U LESTER E. WOLCOTT, M.D. Assistant Professor of Community Health ana' Medical Practice ii I Let me think, this sounds like a case for Dr. Wonderful. Yes, I carry one, the others don't. My N573 Ei 1 ,Ziff J.ws.,,v , I 'if "'?'?' 'TW 52 2 l Kanter' Vx .5 K A, ea. Lb, W'?X"'2x lei jf fi' vm " rg x- 'z ,gi . XXV. ..,,W.tl2 if YE? ,Q rf .,iQL...Mff" I'll consider loaning one of them, Dick. V, , 4 swf: , 1 , 35 . eti, Bob, do you think Pm doing all right now. But you can't do your magic show on Edu- cational T.V. A El microscope esta negra. 58 N l Now M-3's this is what we call a patient. -at "In the Wake of the Red Witch . . ." - F, She didn't really eat her supposi- tories. v.. .-,, .cf , .' as 'V I !75'2if.,A 4" y 25523 . -fx , 'ii 2,3 .z. fm' "-Tan.- A K ,. Ami , V AQ! -f wg. A .., - What's on Violet's list for me to I've got a dollar now who'll gimme t do today. :ls-T I'll let you wear my fruits boots back to the lab, honestly. I canit read it. It's of a French child. We teach them judo. , A il .q w 5 5' , V- te X K' if I ,eel f r f I got what award . . . 59 LUO. "That kid is bigger than I am." e. 1 .QE 51 1. xv O.K., Baldy-she said you were the father. V' s Q1 E fr K ij K Q-,NM i AX I v-,,r-vs"' - "t, A F37 lf' . jackson gets the book that means I get the apple again. . w X 3 Q55 s ee 56 1 ,gh Sigel Q . l 1 15,1 . t . 1 , - i I C .4 I M. ., ' . 3 - 1 I :uv d an ' 47 4 22 ff K 5 I' Vt M 3 I A E 1 i x4..:??7.,.,... Who the hell or- dered rnothefs milk. Have Mixture 79 and will travel. "Hi, ., , .ff ,gif 1 , eeL ohW??? ? W .V is iii N. A 1 l I won't tell him about last night. Q, : A4 23:1 gf . Emi 2 ' 4, . 4 Sam, what will the neighbors say if they knew we were playing hide and seek. Pm late, I'm late for a very important date. C'mon john, I like you too but Clark wears this sweater just M-3's notice things like this. to cheer up your quadreple- gics. f ...ai I don't get it Froelieh at night time and Bishop I can't talk during day time. now Sharon, Fm b e in g watched. Vic, if you can't whistle Malaguena on key, you'll never be chief. Double your pleasure, double your fun. W' sa L .5 Y X .3 X fx '1 . Ht A WWW 'WTP' WG eff' M ' W5 ,fx ga wi A.. V 'wma 53.4 .52 Y Ky 2 mu.. . Wonder why he sent it to me??? S. C. Achuff E. A. Adelstein K. A. Andrews S. Anthony P. C. Ballard N. R. Barenberg D. M. Barr - D. B. Beamon J. L. Belinson C. A. Bohling Look: good-until uxed in my experiment. Formula to get through med school ollow the dzrector C. S. Brooks W. W. Buckingham, Jr. K. Burgard R. L. Cash P. W. Caster G. W. Cibis P. A. Cohen N. E. Cooper L. M. Cortez C. K. Crumb q.fV G. V. Cupp G. A. Dale W. P. Dernbitsky R. D. Durst, Jr. R. D. Fairshter G. R. Hall D. R. Holland B. Holtmann P. D. Hunt F. G. Husted O. S. Kantor T. Karpel R. E. Keeney M. Lackey, Jr. L. M. Laycob C. R. Luem M. J. Marshall H. B. McKee G. E. Miles L. A. Mueller C. A. Fischer R. S. Garner R. Grim C. G. Jarvis G. L. Jelden C. H. Jung J. L. Lehr G. G. Lischer W. D. Long R. K. Oldham A. P. Pecoraro A. M. Phillips in N' -QW' Where will Easy Ed's next station be? . ,W my ,. Fi' ,FN 411- ffl! H. s. Dilsby 89? So this is the chemixtry of life . . . . H. K. Sweet y-Q-. 4 :WT 'plain ,' if! ,Jw ,, 5 2 ffl, 'f Numb NX But I've got to learn how to French before Saturday night. 67 'lmgw ' .p--. , X WOW' It sure doemt taste lzke tomato juzce Double, double, foil and trouble . . . E Sleep zs the foundatzon o all my lectures 'At. Q g,i.,f f' ' M ve lfgfhy did they .vend us back here to do our elective in anesthesi- o ogy. Dear john . . . I think I'll take a job next year ax a part time cadaver. Fred, collect the dammed 24- hour keto-steroid specimen at home, will ya.7?? 69 Look innocent darling, I think we're being watched. Two good friends-it's a .rharne they don't get together more of- ten. .49 4 lx , ? M. Ahmann E. Allan K. P. Archer R. E. Bahmer E. S. Baum S. Beaver Ns 7 my mg, Knowledge never sleeps . . N. R. Assal S. Bartlett P- W- BSCkCI' R. Berkowitz Vw , 'K .,..f'9'. 355 ,. .- f X an 4 , 4, Q Ja !' 3, X f if H - N 4 my , .W lm ff 5. D. R. Blitz J. M. Busch J. R. Bopp D. R. Butts ' 'll lf N ll . . K 1 X if , , A N 1 45 ff 1 ls r 'J f' . - -nw VV "fr-f ff 9 x F. J I, 1..: 3 ' Y 21 ,A ,v D. J. Borron L. A. Callaway 53 lurk? up J, ,,f To understand the living we must know . . . D, R. Brill W. E. Busby R. C. Carroll G. K. Claycomb . Q- If 'fA11- i ' 1 af' V lwm-13:1 f ,' P, .A 'rfpt ' ff' ,J 5" f- 1 ' Q.fw'wwf Qw.-.f ' " ' ' fill W 1 V Z J 523. ll f ,Q .M J JRBB - 4 . g V if if Q W'1i.. f '- 'If ' ' 3 T 4 311 ' V . lg XL -- Q- 'ip -' K l Q My SRL.. 7.77. - .. . .,,., . 4521 . . . .. ----. . V . 1 "-ev' 1 ,..l., 1 - an'-114. ..r.-.:',ac:-:- I-:V . ' " - . .. L. ,, 5' -,g,......-.f-N--'F .1 V ' " J. A. Diestelhorst D. E. Eden C. C. Fuller L. B. Henley M. Kopperman 15.15. s :az w- A - , .W . . M25 " -ffq if 7:91, ' 1, If A Q X 1 ex 7 X MAL fr ww , Q ., Q , , Q , , L in w s l Q5 X l X sq K J ws-4 21: . .: , - .--:S l my W fam Z if x V4.1 ga! w. Wm If VE? X . xx 1 . 'efilmfi 'ii ' J ffl? . ,,,..f. f "" wif . E. A. Glenn III J. P. Hickcox J. W. Langston L' 5 IE! VW W f, gi 1' E' .f 'Q was ' S we 69 , 4 Q ,Q 0 ' , Q f f vw, 1' 3 , 42 . 1 fix? V L? h f , ' 'fiiziifg .1 gf X .Q 3 f. W Y f MW' V f X' I L -' M 12. An ,A Q4 if , l .HUT qv Q ,, 'H 1 ' , ff U x 2x f iv a f ' Q, . K . , . X 'W if s x X J. K. Essmyer T. D. Groshong N. Kalishman D. F. Leung l I f 2 L - 657 ' . . , , , M M ff Z, KV .tV., WV Vi: I V, I 75... M. , CW. QW. . "Ml if , - I' , 1. v,.X .V A .-i f f X- if . f-amy. . . ' Of , Wa ff,-,.,L 1 ,. N am i: , ' " ".'l'w'5eEs J ' .... ,Q . :3 72? J- l I.: in . ' ,, AH r-- ',f. .:.,y. x 'mu Q. N4 ' . , f ,Le ug f 0 f. . l,.,.ff ,, X ULCL?n 6 1 ls' 5. X EW f Q we M in Eg 'W N' a r if x ' Q x K lg! Q ? Q ' f 2 F .limi F X 5 sf X V E gig f 5 1, f 79, K 5 T' N' 1 xl E W! lg? an " W , 'r ' iw!:5f fs! x Nzufliiii .F .Q vi' 1, 3 VP,-4' X . W jf if AHTMWFFSJ' B. T. Y. Leung L. B. Marti J. R. Meador, J H. L. Mussell .N , i 4 ' . Q, A . L3 .,, I 'sf rf . 5 3 Q A wig' N , 32 - ,L 1 p . ' -4' ' ,. -W , , , ' div Q pi. f, gl , l ,gffgi f HSA ' . it H ifzgglii- F " 7 ay" ' H 'f-r I I i , ,Q 'fi C. M. Luetje, Jr. H. Lundman D. A. Martin J, L. McLaughlin B. A. Milgram A. Morris S. A. Ormiston C. W. Otto 1 fif.X, 1' A X ff' N. 1. JXN f 5 , J xl e P W I F x wx - A A X ffm?- , QRS' 'Y i T' 1 R '5 I f j,',,..7 '33, Y-f - .1 -f W- , , ' w.:1f,t::-...'mz:':.:' .. -43? G. H. Paul O. W. Peebles, Jr. D. E. Riesenberg K. W. Riggins D, C. Smith J. B. Smith R. L. Tillman H. True jx ' M - V .2-fi:r,,5:1v'P.f.-: M. A. Rosenthal D. L. Ruggles J. P. Smith L. Tharp L. I. Pickering N. D. Pryor N. L. Purcell S. M. Schneiderman C. L. Wahnon W. H. 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The naso- graph .rays your left nostril is only 22.5872 effective. yi 2 1 Controlled drinking and . . . is great. Yes, I know what he's thinking. On one we used Mennen and on the other Right Guard. PASTRIES HOY COFFEE Don't breath like you A ' t t th t . . n experimen o prove a do on Friday nights. spinach gives Popeye all his w0x energy. X The schedule say.: we do get to see patients before we graduate. ELPI?ll-. V E ,E fi P V 1 I f 5 1 4 SEZ es S 3 5 A "I Frank's little helpers. Ng You go back and tell Fred it does hurt. . . . and the way to sexually "His face is the worst thing about him." excite a male . . N Wish I could get of this gas valve. Now, Frank, I wasrft the one that said "Bugs". We get graded for the number of bac- teria fourzd in our sweat from our what . . . x V,,, Get your own body to work on. Germ warfare will work in Mis- sissippi. S2 'Qt-A .3 s ,Z I ...V i-if 32 if l kiemws i -fafx New 5 3 fads. Xi wif? in ,.fff"'M3X I- W ' 1 'Qs anis, ve... H ,V""f.'2 E- i B G. 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's swfvf 15- . -yg1.3.21-N'Y'r3:'r-.Q 'sn Q I , 4?- H. S. Oxenhandler J. K. Patti D. A. Pfaff L. K. Pottenger R. D. Raines T. Roberts E. Robertson C. L. Saller C. H. Sincox R. A. Slanga W. M. Slater C. J. Smith W. Snider A. L. Spitler J. Underwood IH D. M. Van Hook C. T. Vear G. W. Wharton E. F. White D. L. Wilkinson Us I 'tt tr.... .e.. if R Yes my name is Hirum but This is just a be I dont pay money gznnzng The tztle of the next hymn zs just as I started the pelvzc she mounted the chandelzer How dzd I know that nurse had beans for dmner No Craw ord I don t thznk those D O journals wzll be acoeptable No M3s physzeals arent done on the student nurses I've got the egg, now how do I get pregnant? Did you know that "chair" is femi- nine. The phantom strikes!!! r I VE, If Betty could only read this chapter on frigidity. Y Someday I'll be able to do her nails. Yes, Pm king here. Only Crawford would order this enema P.O. 84 A Phi Bet stands out anywhere. ,,f c ' I rg U :' ' 5Efgf'i5?fT , w I think they're hoxtile It seems as though they would want a close up of one of ux too. 79 r ' 5' 'X ti ,xx 5, ! ,,,, T? T FI io, hi ,I -if If I'd give a dollar for a Foley. just wait till I turn her around. ,E E' I 1 gy- I X ieeii g , .Ae . , N. . ,ft 45 L VERY ROOM ' ,, fe2:Ef'?gE? if , , i .mf s "gy , , -,,,, What do you mean, Everyone to their own orifice. " Watch that finger." IQ W M L, J: ' 'xl' ,f VI A I' , if ig f 1 f X ,I If rg Q ,. , . ,S 1 X, H73f f 2" ,I ,W fr 2 5, , A a, My I as ae- 1' , ,333 1 A' r eel W 039' :YK .M , , y - '- A - . + . . A me-f , . g - 3 , mail ' I . vw NMS 'Cf Q "-W 3 . www , ., ,aa I- I Y .. L. -fwf rv f , my ., V+. ,M asain-7354 , f . ff,,,ff.- . gh 3,-, 'f' , I 4. ,Q 1, if wc ' V ,M " - uf. tm, ' , ' - f :Of I f f . . H 4' ' fr' " "J "'- JQ't1.J1 m"""5mN Xi wi' Effkihf'-f1v"K'!w1 -,g,,y,ff., X f ,L .w25Wf,,Af- -.vf . 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ADAMS Springfield, Missouri University of Missouri Quiet, easy going air force ofhcer who spent most of his time wondering how he got stuck in the midsts of so many children. Has been known to break ice to go fishing. "I Have Laid Aside Business, And Gone A-Fishing." MELVIN N. ABEN D Kansas City, Missouri University of Oklahoma, A.B. Mel's interestslwere divided between his beagles and his harem. Noted for his appreciation of backyard swings. Will lead his harem south where living conditions are so much better. "Some villain hadth done me wrong." JOHN BRADLEY ARTHAUD Wheeling, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Curatoris Scholarship, Anatomy Fellowship, C.O.S.T.E.P. Pub- lic Health Service, President Freshman Class, "A" Review, MUtation, Medical Ethics. Confused zealot who is French but likes German things and who traded teetotaling for fish eating. Claims to have dated almost every girl in Columbia-once. Recently learned to sing the Amen-Orrhea. "Man has never been the same since God died." . . L- ,5',.,- 4.1, I - 1::qif'y".1T,'m-1:2 R 9-1113 .1 -55411: '71 CARL E. AULENBACHER Washington, Missouri University of Missouri Phi Beta Pi. 'Bacher' claims to be the John D. Rockefeller of the class. Fam- ous for unlimited psychosomatic complaints, nail biting and being the first one in the class to undergo rectal surgery. "Money isnft everything but it beats the hell out of whatever is in see- eond place." RICHARD KENT BARNETT Paris, Missouri University of Missouri Fidelity Foundation Scholarship, Myotonia Research Fellow- ship, SAMA. Dick was a true worrier and ever cautious of minute details. Only M 14 in history to measure the 24- hour Hatus production of a patient. "When I rest, I rust." JAMES KENT BARTRUFF St. James, Missouri University of Misssouri, A.B. Phi Beta Pi, MUtation-Editor-in-chief. Often confused with Little Lord Fauntleroy because of his dress. As a Senior, took three electives in MUtation. Will spend his future in miget medicine. I belzeve a man should be well dressed well groomed and have all the thzngs he expects a woman to have I ff ' . - ' f II 88 Nj: j:."1:Z' 'V' 1-:-2:35-12." ' -r' Q , -, rg'-,jhg qggfgr 3 .- 35- ,M-Krrq, DURAND BENJAMIN, JR AH' ton, Missouri Central College, A.B. Missouri Heart Association Fellowship, Phi Chi. Started medical school in 1956 and survived many campaigns to stamp him out-no wonder he's getting gray hair. "You can never plan the future by the past." MICHAEL A. BELINSON Jefferson City, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. Psychiatry Summer Fellowship. Traded a house father for Helen of Troy. Has not seen Paris yet, but can probably outrun him. Will leave a namesake in the Sophomore class to carry on tradition. "Sometimes we may learn more from a man? errors, than from his vir- tue.v." xiii! PAUL T. BRIZENDINE Independence, Missouri University of Kansas, A.B. National Vitamin Foundation Summer Fellowship, NIH Summer Fellowship, Phi Chi. Ex-taxi cab driver that was ever faithful to loosing 'J-Birds'. In 4 years lost untold number of hfths. A real asset to the class. "Most people would succeed in small thing: if they were not troubled by great ambitions." FREDERICK J. F. BROSSART Brentwood, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. Junior Class President, A.O.A. President, Honor Council Sec- retary, SAMA, Phi Beta Pi, Biophysics Award, Womenis Auxil- lary to Boone County Medical Society Award, Baseball Team, Basketball Team. 'Big Fred, turned down pro-football offers to join MU medics and proved to be the best blocker on the basketball team. Al- ways found the right place at the right time. "It is no accomplishment in after life to be an ex-football player." KENNETH E CALLEN Clinton, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Post-Sophomore Student Fellow in Pathology, Phi Beta Pi SAMA, Senior Journal Club. "Probably one of the few people to bitch in utero. However, enjoyed PRN scut work on surgery. Had some difficulty in ac- cepting the role of father. BILL M. CARNELL Pineville, Missouri University of Missouri, B.S. Sophomore C-lass President. Versatile forester, sailor, stump-jumper and ridge-runner of the class. Ran a pharmacy at home. Favorite sport was releasing inhibitions. Will drive into town with the flashiest, newest, biggest Caddy driven by slaves. A Hzck town zs one where there zs no place to go where you shouldnt ff ' ' - J bei!! 90 '-. Q: , 1 .-,mf -." A-:,,.,. - , ,,,, , . ,,,, , ,.,-,,:.:. H., J, "There was a xtar danced, and under that I was born? ROBERT W. CLOTHIER Independence, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. JOHN MICHAEL CASEY St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis University, B.S. Basketball, "A" Review. Had to wear a hat to football games and golf matches. Pet Peeve-being called Ben. Finally acquired wheels and an apart- ment with accessories. Plans to buy slaves bigger than Carnell's. "I must get out of there wet clothes and into a Dry Martini." A.O.A., NIH Diabetes Training Grant, NIH Summer Fellow- ship. Noted for a quiet and very subtle wit. Favorite class was E I and H. "The only thing worth having in earthly existence is a sense of hu- mor." 'bi' 4 . LARRY LEWIS OOHEN St. Louis University Washington University, B.A. C.V. Mosby Book Award, Baseball Team. Enjoys babysitting for a case of beer as long as there is a nurse around to give him T.L.C. One of a vanishing breed of bache- lors. "Yon Cassius has a lean ana' hungry look." - "Tl" JACK R COLLINS Hannibal Missouri Un1vers1ty of Missouri A B Knight Templar Educational Foundation Fellowship Phi Chi Secretary and Presiding umor Navy Senior Medical Program Baseball Team From Marine Captain to a Navy Ens1gn took 4- years Would rather have a sister in a brothel than a brother in the Army Highest free acid and caffeine titer 1n the class We have seen better days FRANCIS M. CORRY Lebanon, Missouri University of Missouri, B.S. Phi Beta Pi, President. Always studying the wrong thing at the right time. Found that frat life was too time consuming and switched to Eddie. "To do two things at once is to do neither." JERRY W cooK St Lou1s Missouri Washmgton University B S Ph1 Chi Was electronically oriented and noted for a whole fleet of bad- looking and bad-acting cars. Fathered the Phi Chis. There will always be a multitude who are congenitally unable to think straight. JOHN C. CRIGHTON III Springfield, Missouri Southwest Missouri State College, B.S. Terror of the dorm for two years but Hnally got hitched. Was so glad he was previously circumsized. Found six weeks of im- mobilization frustrating and not very profitable. "When in doubt, cut it out."' li, ,v..' V SX, 2-CY. . f wx ." , 4 ig 1 F - 1 5 , f my 1 n... n -my DONALD EUGENE CROSS Moberly, Missouri Kansas City University Phi Chi, SAMA, Baseball Team, Basketball Team. Lab Tech par excellence with fantasies of being Moberly's greatest lover. Received L.D. phone call from Finley concerning V the prognosis of the "A's". "If both sides make you laugh, you are broad-minded." KEVIN EDWARD CURRAN I Lake Lotawana, Missouri University of Notre Dame, B.S. gd SAMA, "AU Review, From an ancestry of eyeball doctors. Practiced frugality with money, food and pleasures faithfully. Will devote his interest to at least one Aye. "Food is a trivial subject only to zz man with a full xtomachf' ROBERT JAMES DOUGLAS Springfield, Missouri Southwest Missouri State College , I A.O.A., Mosby Scholarship Award, Abbott Nuclear Medicine Fellowship O.R.I.N.S. Skin diver and road runner of the class. Studies in a catatonic VVVV a state. Has many extra-curricular activities though no one has fr found out exactly what they are. "I liked to keep Kangaroos, Bears, Tropical Birds and other wild crea- tures to remind me of my days of high adventure? WILLIAM H. EAGLSTEIN Kansas City, Missouri University of Wisconsin MUtation, Baseball Team. A .Destined to become a Manhatten playboy ,following Estrykin's footsteps all the way. Undoubtedly the worlds worst driver. Found that all the stray girls at the 'M' Bar made him nervous. "Misery acquaints a man with strange bed fellows." JAMES D. EASLEY Cassville, Missouri irri University of Missouri, B.A. C.M.S., Phi Beta Pi, MUtation. Extremely dangerous when fishing. Got married and proved he didnit need wheat germ anymore. Lowest ETOH Titer in the class. "The Devil can site .veripture for his purposef' CARL F. EHRLICH, JR. Mehlville, Missouri St. Louis University AOA Vice Pres1dent Missouri Med1cal School Foundation Award Mosby Book Award SKSLF Foreign Fellowship M1s souri Heart Association Fellowsh1p SAMA Senior Class Sec retary Treasurer W1fe has hypertrophied ears from 4 years of listening to TV with headset F1nally got revenge when she cut short his SKF tour of Europe Talks only between smokes Truly thu world can get on wzthout us zf we would but thmk so JAMES R ESTHER Arnold Missouri University of Missouri A B NIH Summer Fellowship 1n Psychiatry Arthritis and Rheuma t1sm Foundation Summer F ellowship Bought purple caddy and sent Myrna back to school on poker winnings His sk1ll at Stem Club bowling machine IS exceeded only by his proficiency at Med Center pmg pong I people dzdn t eat so much they wouldn t need so much exerczse SENECA TAYLOR FERRY Webster Groves Missouri Washington University A B SAMA St Louis County Health Department Summer Fellow s lp Sleeps best between 7 and 9 A M daily Almost got burned for lighting both ends of a candle Every man 1s OT hopes to be an zdler 95 ,digg gms -, -rq . 2 JERRY E. FOOTE Kansas City, Missouri Dartmouth College, B.S. r 1 l 1 A 1 l "ly l Phi Beta Pi, Basketball Team, Baseball Team. .V l , il . l Dartmouth stud who traded a Mizzou Queen for Miss Heart- j beat. Destined to become HST's newest physician. I is 1 "Love is an art, and the greatest of arts." . Q i i l f l f .. K i E ,, . . ,. l Z ti l i ll 2 1 E l l HARVEY ALAN GILBERT l 2 i Kansas City, Missouri I University of Kansas, B.S. y 5 l Phi chi, senior Journal Club. l I . The six foot invisible rabbit noted for his nose and pipe Found norethendrone the answer to all his problems A charter member of ournal Club I have been zn such a pzckle smce I saw you last ANDREW E. GALAKATOS St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis College of Pharmacy, B.S. Phi Chi. Converted 'pharmacist who has a lifetime supply of tranquil- .lizers for he rarely, if ever verbalizes his hostility. Last of the truely great Greeks. "He was a- man of an unbounded stomach." l . 2 ! ' . ,Q E J , 5 z ! ' . i it li f ' l I 96 L'-, l ' 4 ' ' ' ' ' ' " -' :A 1 " --'4 L" . ff:1a-rsz,wmt-.- -:,:,-,- . ....f -,,. . . ,l 'fr--a -,f. .. . ,g,',L45fa,,.. V. ,,,. MARSHALL G. GILULA West Frankfort, Illinois Harvard, A.B. USPHS Psychiatry Fellowship, AMA-ERF Fellowship in Medical Writing, Logan Clendening Traveling Fellowship, McComas Medical History Prize, Phi Beta Pi, Freshman Class Vice-President, Honor Council. Khrushcev lasted only one week after the shaggy buffalo got to Russia. Could have taken over as Premier but prefers to psyche out American women. "Psychoanalysis interests most people because it deals with sex, and sex is one of the most interesting things in the world." HARRY NEAL GRANNEMAN N St. Louis, Missouri Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, B.S. Avalon Foundation Scholarship, SAMA, Phi Chi, MUtation. The perennial candidate. Qualihed to serve in advisory capacity to either Ann Landers or Dr. Charles Moliver. Runs dating bureau through central lab. "He has an oar in every man's boat and a finger in every pie." JERRY D. GRANT Bolivar, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. The class most eligible and most satished bachelor. Would rather spend time and money on the "Gray Cloudl' thanks to Perry. Only person from Bolivar, Missouri, with an English ac- cent. "'Lord what fools these mortals be!"' 97 . DONALD R. GRIFFIN Thompson, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. A.O.A. Married smallest nursing instructor in the world. Faintly re- sembles prominent member of GYN staff. Used old photos of brother on internship applications. "Young in limbs, in judgement old." STEPHEN GLEN HARNER St. Joseph, Missouri Washington University, B.A. SAMA, Army Senior Year Program Suffered fulminant endomorphic metamorphosis after marriage. Convinced old roommates, Mark and Buzz, will do likewise. "The only reason for mari: taking a wife is that without one life is too untroubledf' . TED M. HALEY Sedalia, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. Senior Journal Club Will be at least 380,000 in the hole when he graduates. One of the last of a species of beer drinkers, poker players and ping pong champs. "What this country needs is a good five cent cigar." RONALD A. HIGGINS Carthage, Missouri Central College, B.A. Sophomore Class Vice President, Honor Council, Junior Class Treasurer, Regional Vice President SAMA. Devoted two years to getting out of Sophomore micro. Was tormented by recurring pre-exam malaise. Thrived on SAMA conventions. "For a light wife doth make a heavy hu.fband." EDWIN M. HERMAN St. Joseph, Missouri University of Missouri One of the chosen few to be accepted into the fold of Menorah. Plays poker for high stakes. Occasionally confused with one of the patients on Peds. "-Baldness is not a disfigurement. It .vuits some men-' MARK WALDO HIN SHAW VVebster Groves, Missouri Dartmouth College, A.B. SAMA Vice-President and Member, National Committee on Medical Education, Phi Beta Pi Sold souls of fellow classmates to A.S. Aloe. Party life cut short when he married prominent school teacher. Never did get Marty's Pizza. "Candy is dandy, but Liquor? quicker." 99 Webster Groves, Missouri Dartmouth College, A.B. , dent, Phi Beta Pi ' "Smilin Edl' talks and talks to everyone except his roommate. i Succeeded Bucher as SAMA leader. "Doctors get shocked more often than you think." ELIZABETH PLOGSTED JAMES Jefferson City, Missouri Lincoln' University, B.S. National Foundation Health Scholarship, Curator's Scholar- ship, USPH Post-Sophomore Fellowship Pathology, Summer Student Research Fellowship in Biochemistry, SAMA, Medical Ethics, Sophomore Class Secretary. Found she liked miget medicine better than Path after making midnight rounds with Agnes. Carries the ball for the Senior Class at C.P.C.'s. "What,s yours ismine and whatit mine is my own." I RONALD CARNEY JAMES Dixon, Missouri Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, B.S., M.S. Biochemistry Award, Biophysics Award, National Foundation Health Scholarship, Avalon Foundation Scholarship, SAMA, Post-Sophomore Fellowship in Biochemistry. Noted for polishing pearls cast on rounds. Spent equal time on 3. What s mzne zs your: and what s yours 1: mme b g. D tr 1 ' - , . . ,, 100 EDWARD C. HOLSCHER, JR. 1 ,USPHS Fellowships, McComas Historical Essay, SAMA Presi- K 2 ER call and guard duty. Holds 'record for class's largest brown '2 't JOHN H. KIERNAN, JR. Kansas City, Missouri Rockhurst College, A.B. SAMA, Medical Ethics, Phi Chi Only Mf4- to do a history and physical on himself and get charged 38.00 for it. Got a week's vacation to drive his land- lady to Phoenix. "Here I stand, I can do no otherwise. God help me. Amen!" ROBERT S. JONES St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis University, B.S. Phi Chi President, MUtation Only member of class to wear bow tie before David Ginder. Wou1dn't accept a date with Audrey Hepburn if she went to Stephens. "When I feel like exercising, I just lie down until the feeling goes away." E. F. KLEIN, JR. Maryville, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Avalon Scholarship, Baseball Team Raised according to the Old Testament by wife and friends. Prefers PRC formulary to UMMC's for personal use, also prefers PRC. "He found that everything he wanted was illegal, immoral or fatten- ing." 'lOl ' ' . -V -- .' 2'--:x v .1T'7..-1: pxgggggq- NEIL M. KROSNEY Atlantic City, New Jersey Dickinson College, B.S. Senior Research Project First Jewish Santa Claus, passes out salt water taffy to all good A If irls and boys Famous for personal phone calls from. C. Thorpe. My i sy g . Will join ranks of East Coast playboys. X "An Ophthomologist is a man with an eye for business 1, x JAMES M. LANDEEN 1 ' Rock Springs, Wyoming University of Wyoming Phi Rho Sigma, Senior Journal Club The used car salesman and horse trader of the class. Charter member of Journal Club. Needs ham, biscuits, and gravy for breakfast daily to keep his physique. "In time the savage bull doth bear the yoke." CHARLES E. LEA Brookfield, Missouri United States Military Academy, B.S. James Randall Biophysics Award, Senior Class Vice President Responsible for introduction of military protocol to UMMC, i.e., runaway Mercedes and Cheves Regal. Outside chance of being bird colonel as intern and Surgeon General in 10 years. I have yet room or six scotches more ". . . f ' ' ff 102 i --. Q.. .,: .1. -, , -.1-. , - ,, , , , - ,. Tara ! .4 ,gl-kimw M U :M ROBERT HENRY LEE Dover, Tennessee Austin Peay State College, B.S. Only member of the Lee family north of the Mason-Dixon line. Stays slender by daily isometric exercises at the poker table. "But patience, gentlemen, and shufie the cards, till my hand is a stronger one." JON R. LEACH Unionville, Missouri Warrensburg State Teachers' College Senior Journal Club Has had more problems with housing than the FHA. Knows every secretary in the building by her firstlname. Harbors a tsetse Hy. "Never miss an opportunity to make others happy-.4 WILLIAM J. MATTHEWS St. Louis, Missouri Dartmouth College, B.A. Better known as "Who?" to classmates. A great mumbler, would make an excellent surgery resident. Famous quote "Really, Ilm not paranoid." Wears a Christian Dior' tie. "Whatever success I have had may perhaps be attributed to three things. One is Sileneeg the second is More Silence, while the third is Still More'Silenee.', ' . - .. .,- ,, .. ,H-, :,- K ,- M ST.. , V1--CFS! ITT.--ff , e1m'rT1Wff2E -- JOHN H. MAYER, III Kansas City, Missouri University of Kansas, B.A. , Phi Beta Pi, Mutation, Summer Fellowships in Cardiopulmon- ary Research and Cardiovascular Surgery Research, McComas Historical Essay Award, SAMA Refuses to recognize the abdomen as an anatomical entity. Di- vides his time into 3 equal parts: Populating the world, working in the dog labs 3 and, trying to contact T. B. - s 5 2 ii ,A E C E. SCOTT MCCORD Cameron, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. A.O.A., James S. Rollins Scholarship, Biochemistry Award, Roche Scroll and Watch Award, NIH Summer Fellowship Knew that "Price was Rightv. Columbia's image of Doctor Kildare, but luckily his only other past interests have been in digging ditches. "He reads muehg he is a great observer-. St. Louis, Missouri University of Kansas, A.B. Refuses to believe that UMMC is not a trade school for KU history' department. Learning to say Lolita in Dutch. Migrates almost weekly to the Butt Hut. Famous quote, "What,s feeling tone, Dr. Marco?" "The greatest truthx are the simplest, and .vo are the greatest men." f 1 Mi M6335 I 5 l . 4 DAVID L. MCMILLAN Tarkio, Missouri Tarkio College, B.S. Phi Chi, Senior Journal Club, Basketball team, Medical History Society The poor manls C. Thorpe Ray who owns a car with metastatic carcinoma known as the Roach. Prefers Bobby Baker to L.B.-I. Favorite dress-scrub suit. Favorite pastimes-handball, bas- ketball, and Journal Club. Will return to Tarkio triumphant. side. BARBARA J. N EEN AN Columbia, Missouri University of Missouri, B.S. MUTATION, Senior Journal Club, Medical Ethics, Medical History Society, "A" Review "Nooner" Amazonian in stamina if not in stature. Lone survivor of the original 5 Vestal Virgins. Has Freudian dreams. Decided to push on to the west coast and date her way back to the line of scrimmage. Charter member of Journal Club. "All men are created equal-but some more equal than others." "O, what may man wzthzn hzm hzde though angel on the outward ,JJ JOHN H. OWENS Lee's Summit, Missouri University of Missouri More anonymous than Bill Matthews. Legend in his own time. Favorite food-milkshake. "Our eyes are placed in front because it is more important to look' ahead than look baekf' 105 JUNG UoHNp KYUN PARK Seoul, Korea Park College, B.A. National Association for Retarded 'Children Student Fellowship The shadow whose presence is always felt if not always seen. Fined for speeding while wild and single, but settled down after investing in a private interest on 6 East. Has doubts about recog- nizing "old Joe" when he returns to Korea. - "Hard work may not hurt me, but it tires me." CARROLL DEAN PATTERSON Adrian, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B Freshman Class Vice-President SAMA Graduate Assistant in Anatomy, USPHS Summer Research Fellowship, Honor Coun cil, Honor Code Committee "AH Review Summer Research Fellowship in Anatomy Basketball team Dissected two cadavers with little fingernail. Only member of class to have permanent reservation in ER Call Room. Mr Heartbeat 1965. state of contraction." JOHN F. PATTERSON Willow Springs, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Avalon Scholarship, Mosby Book Award, A.O.A. Affectionately known as "Bushy" or "Hair". Sampson met Delilah but kept his hair. Took speech lessons from neighbor, Jerry Grant. Plans to stop at the Aztec on the way to Mobile. "I am Sir Oracle, and when I open my lips, let no dog bark!" I06 - .-t:ti...,f .fat '.',- . -i.' .ff 1 1311'., -:grit-1. Q., .",' if-flrifi 4:.g- ,gg1g,5Q,g:Lf,f - -- p,'..., "A kiss is the anatoimzcal juxta posztzon 0 two orbzcular muscles m a PAUL LANDON RIEKHOF Higginsville, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Freshman Class President, Honor Council, Team "Bolo" noted as catcher for the "Dartos Dogersf, Also has per- manent reservation in ER call room. Differential diagnosis in- cludes: congenital ptosis, myasthenia gravis and leishmoniasis. "If all the med students who slept in class were placed end to end, they would be much more comfortable." JERRY J. RAGLAND Cole Camp, Missouri Central Missouri State College "Ragman" is Southern Missouri's answer to Garth Heminway Only person ever caught drinking at Kewpie basketball games Persuaded by wife to repeat senior year as surgery intern. "Show me a patient where medical management is the treatment of choice and I'll show you a crock." MUtation, Baseball GARY B. ROBNETT Springfield, Missouri Southwest Missouri State College Phi Beta Pi, Baseball Team Recognized authority on hot cars, and blue tick hounds. Springfieldls answer to Bob Dylan. Finds female hands soothing to lobectomy scar. "I would 'we had a thousand Roman damesf' HOWARD K. SCOTT Clinton, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. SAMA, Baseball Team Demands equal rights at the Paradise Club. Brandy Alexanders inspire wife to vacuum ceilings. Martinis inspire husband to go to jail. "The nice thing about a dull party is that you get to bed at a decent hour." HERBERT H. SIX Kansas City, Missouri Westminster College, A.B. Blacked his first roommate's eye, married his present one. Wants his old T-shirts to hang in the med library. Present goal is a 66 minute Thoracic Aneurysectomy. "A hard beginning maketh a good ending." MAURICE COCHRAN SOLOMON Butler, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Phi Beta Pi, Basketball, Baseball Solly's brown' helmet has never been more than three layers thick. Spent major portion of past 4 years improving muscles but destroyed liver. Spent S150 to learn three notes on the banjo. "As true a lover as ever sighed upon a midnight pillow." l08 MAURICE K. TAMSKY THOMAS P. SWEENEY St. Louis, Missouri Washington University, A.B. Psychiatric and Radiology Summer Fellowships, SAMA Secre tary Has had oculogyric crisis for past four years made worse by Junior OB final. Believes in the ever-lurking schizococcus. "He was afraid to ga home in the dark." University City, Missouri Princeton University, B.A. "VIP" fVillage Idiot of Princetonj exhibitionist at own birth- day party. Dates only when roommate is on call. Police aliases include: Mighty Moe Qishe-Tshombej, Jo Jo, and Abdul. "The lady doth protest too much, methinksf, " 'f' , FRANK D. THOMAS Kansas City, Missouri University of Utah, B.S. SAMA Claims to know more medicine than any of the surgery resi- dents, although part of his pants can still be found on the floor of the ENT clinic. Knows where to get Beefeaters for 90 cents a fifth. ". . . Strength also lies in serenity and poixe as well as strenuous ac tion." FRED A. THOMAS, JR. St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis University, BS. Phi Chi, SAMA "Tony" or "Fox', elected social chairman of Phi Chi on basis of charm and good looks. Drives a '56 Plymouth with metastatic CA. Only Lebanese member of the Malia. "Give me your hand, madame, and let me feel your pulse? ROBERT N. WALKER LaPlata, Missouri Baylor University, A.B. North Missouri State College, B.S. Phi Beta Pi, SAMA "The Squire." Temples have been grey since childhood. Found at least one good point in nearly every woman he dated. f'0! They love least that let men know their love." - ., ,A .. .,. .fm 4, K 1... .' 1'fff: t.J':7T'7.,-.H s i- em-rvzf' -fi-in . 11 GEORGE EDWARD VOLK Florissant, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Avalon Scholarship, Pediatric Summer Fellowship, Phi Chi MUtation Request for Rhinoplasty forced Hal Bingham into private prac- tice. Vigor and appetite are insatiable. Dangerous when armed Last- of the great lovers who decided to buy a Corvette in- stead . . . "Noyes, of course are aristocratic things." ll0 -. . t ..Y, , . . -. .f,- .. . ,,, A, -,,. ., rfffr'-'17 ., .9 . , ,,,.,. D av""""s. JOHN A. WALLER Macon, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. SAMA Found Anatomy routine after previous experience with Com- parative. An avid football fan that will join ranks with Uncle Sam next year. "He was wont to Jpeak plain and to the purpose." WAYNE O. WALLACE, JR. Atchison, Kansas University of Kansas, B.A. SAMA, Research Associate in Archaeology Noted for his excess 17 keto steroids. Cornniemorates each year with a new offspring and loosing a dollar bet. "'There'.t many a man hadth more hair than wit." E. JOHN WEIDMAIER St. joseph, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. SAMA, Medical Ethics, MUtation, Honor Council, Junior Class Vice-President The poor man's jack Benny. Has lost 1,000 pounds in four years of med school. Gained 14 pounds while NPO for hemiorr- haphy. Married Tokoyo Rose. "It takes a clever man to turn cynic and a wise man to be clever enough not to." H1 JACK E. WEIGLE St. Louis, Missouri Washington University Senior Class President, SAMA, Honor Council, Phi Beta Pi, Baseball Team ' Only male Obstetric nurse in history of UMMC. If Jack doesn't break it or bleed from it, something bites it. Likely to marry if health permits. I "No one knows that I sufer from indigestionf' JAMES E. WILLARD West Plains, Missouri University of Missouri, B.A. Ex Navy medic who cloesn't smoke, drink, or curse but left his damn cigarettes at the bar. May join Royal Canadian Mounted Police. "I will become at liberal as you . . . JESSE FRANK WILSON Huntsville, Missouri University of Missouri, A.B. Phi Beta Pi, MUtation "Fud" alias 'fl-Iuntsville Fats." All yack and no shack. Consid- ering peace corps carrier in Congo with beloved natives. Guar- anteed 10W discount by Herb Six for eminent cholycystec- tomy. I don t want to own anything that won t fit znto my cojin rr J ' , - ,, II2 iz. - . ' ., S' , , .' :f-.-- . .,.. . '-,- ..: n I fr-'r-.a v ,,z,9,.-gk, '1 :Q -M 1-:--'A N WILLIAM WOLFF Fort Worth, Texas Southern Methodist University, B.S. Phi Beta Pi Carried Klein to doubles tennis championship. Looks like an or- phan on the golf course but still shoots under par. Greasy kid stuff fails to keep hair under scrub cap and dandruff out of wounds. Present goal-to resect Herb Six's thoracic aneurysm in 65 minutes. "Comb down his hairy Look! Look! It stand: upright-"' Yes, I specialize in sex and the single woman!!! BRUNO H. ZWEREN Z Frankfurt 1VIain, Germany University of Missouri, B.A. Freshman Medicine Fellowship Only her hairdresser and Bruno know for sure. His Lancia holds Ashland Gravel Grand Prix record. Takes refresher course in German from mother-in-law. "Achtung! Dieter mann hast ein ax zu rchleifenf' l 13 . . ,, ,,, ,.-K. IHS A You,d wear a mask too if Nat found out your stethe- seope length. But Doctor, why do you want a pelvic on me? Well I don't know about Ron, but I use rhythm. , Guess whose zippefs stuck. George and his Playmate Bunnies. J u 5 , Q "Oh! Hell, Lavvy, that patient died last week." 114 s 1 What M-4 read my I H chest X -ray? , Don't .dominate me here. Z Z e E E , 2 ,, . z ,sea fm w " A flu Mrqrr, -V " u , W W' n ?. f f , wi f-fa. A f W 3 s r ' ,, w ,L .f lf" , I l 1 ' . Q A 155 A 'fb'-I A " 5' 'I-4" hairy' .. , P x r at If 4' .V I A W, , QR ,....--4--v-"" rr Wrong linger, Klein. was we :khan iMf if L. 5514 Wk P6dZHlTl!JlG7l5 1llZUJ8dl8 me i xx ,I if MMV: t , Well here 5 my blanket, where .r the booze. You mean you can see into his future and my fortune cookies arerft needed. , H5 K Abeud, Melvin N. Adams, Harold D. Aulenbacher, Carl E. Arthaud, John B. Barnett, Richard K. Bartruff, J. Kent Belinson, Michael A. Benjamin, Duran, Jr. Brizendine, Paul T. Brossart, Fred J. Callen, Kenneth E. Carnell, Billy M. Casey, John M. Clothicr, Robert W. Cohen, Larry L. Collins, Jack R. Cook, Jerry W. Corry, Francis M. Crighton, John C. Cross, Donald E. Curran, Kevin E. Douglas, Robert J. Eaglstein, William H. Easley, James D. Ehrlich, Carl F., Jr. Esther, James R. Ferry, Seneca T. Foote, jerry E. Galakatos, Andrew E. Gilbert, Harvey A. Gilula, Marshall F. Grannemann, H. Neal Grant, Jerry D. Griffin, Donald R. Haley, Teddy M. Harner, Stephen G. Herman, Edwin M. Higgins, Ronald A. Hinshaw, Mark W. .ua UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1965 INTERNSHIPS St. John's Hospital 1923 South Utica Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104 Universit of Missouri Medical Center Columbia Missouri I Illinois Miasonic Hospital 836 Wellin ton Avenue Chicago, Iiinois 60614 I Peter B. Brigham Hospital 721 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts 02115 Baptist Memorial Hospital 899 Madison Avenue Memphis, Tennessee 38103 Ben Taub General Hospital 1502 Taub Loop Houston, Texas 77025 Iowa Methodist Hospital 1200 Pleasant Street Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Pontiac General Hospital Seminole at West Huron Street. Pontiac, Michigan 48053 St. Soseph's Hospital 340 Grand Avenue Wichita, Kansas 67218 Harbor General Hospital 1000 West Carson Street Torrance, California 90509 Wilford Hall USAF Hospital Lacl-tland Air Force Base San Antonio, Texas 78236 St. Louis County Hospital 601 South Brentwood Boulevard Clayton, Missouri 63105 U.S. Naval Hosgital 8750 Mountain oulevard Oakland California 94614 Harbor General Hospital 1000 West Carson Street Torrance, California 90509 Jewish Hosgital I 16 South ingshrghway Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri 63110 U.S. Naval Hospital Rockville Pike Bethesda, Maryland 20014 Iowa Methodist Hospital 1200 Pleasant Street D M ' I 50314 es omes, owa Univ. of Kansas Medical Center 39th and Rainbow Boulevard Kansas City, Kansas 66103 Universit of Texas I Medical Branch Hospitals Eighth and Mechanic Streets Galveston, Texas 77550 I Kansas City General'Hospxtal 24th and Cherry Streets Kansas City, Missouri 64108 Jewish Hospital I 216 South Kingshlghway Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri 63110 Letterman General Hospital Presidio I San Francisco, California 94129 Kings County Hospital Center 451 Clarkson Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11203 Kansas Cit General Hospital 24th and Cyherry Streets Kansas City, Missouri 64108 Barnes Hospital 600 South Kingshighwal Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri 631 0 Los An eles Countb I Genera? Hospital, nit 1 1200 North State Street Los Angeles, California 90033 Mound Park Hosgital 701 Sixth Street outh St. Petersburg, Florida 33701 Harbor General Hospital 1000 West Carson Street gorranrii, Caligorma 90509 arnes os ta 600 South Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri 63110 U.S. Naval Hospital 8750 Mountain- Boulevard Oakland, California 94614 Jackson Memorial Hospioal 1700 N.W. Tenth Avenue Miami, Florida 33136 I William Beaumont General Hosprtal Dyer Street El Paso, Texas 79920 Evanston Hospital 2650 Ridge Avenue Evanston Illinois 60201 Univ. of Missouri Medical Center Columbia, Missouri I Kansas City General Hospital 24th and Cherry Streets Kansas City, Missouri 64108 Brooke General Hospital Fort Sam Houston San Antonio, Texas 78234 Menorah Medical Center 4949 Rockhill Road I Kansas City, Missouri 64110 ,Good Samaritan Hospital 1033 East McDowell Road Phoenix Arizona 85006 Baptist Memorial Hospital 899 Madison Avenue Memphis, Tennessee 38103 Holschcr, Edward C., James, Elizabeth P. James, Ronald C. Jones, Robert S. Kiernan, John H., Jr. Klein, Elmer I'., Jr. Krosney, Neil M. Landeen, James M. Lea, Charles E. Leach, Jon R. Lee, Robert H. Matthews, William J. Mayer, John H., III McCord, E. Scott McGurk, Thomas E. McMillan, David L. Neenan, Barbara J. Owens, John H. Park, Jung K. Patterson, Carroll D. Patterson, John F. Ragland, Jerry J. Riekhoi, Paul L. Robnctt, Gary B. Scott, Howard K. Six, Herbert H. Solomon, Maurice C. Sweeney, Thomas P. Tamsky, Maurice K. Thomas, Frank D. Thomas, Fred A. Volk, George E. Walker, Robert N. Wallace, Wayne O., J Waller, John A. Wcidmaier, Edward J Weigle, Jack E. Willard, James E. Wilson, J. Frank Wolff, VVilliam S. Zwerenz, Bruno H. Univ. of Missouri Medical Center Columbia, Missouri Univ. of Missouri Medical Center Columbia, Missouri Univ. of Missouri Medical Center Columbia, Missouri St. Luke's Hospital 5535 Delmar Boulevard St. Louis, Missouri 63112 USPHS Hospital 1131 14th Avenue South Seattle, Washington 98114 U.S. Naval Hospital Rockville Pike Bethesda, Maryland 20014 Albert Einstein Medical Center York and Tabor Roads Philacfeil hia, Pennsylvania 19141 Kansas City General Hospital 24th and Cherry Streets Kansas City. Missouri 64108 Fitzsimons General Hospital Peoria and Colfax Denver, Colorado 80240 Kansas Cnty General Hospital 24th and Cheri? Streets Kansas City, issouri 64108 Bastist Memorial Hospital 89 Madison Avenue Memphis, Tennessee 38103 Evanston Hospital 2650 Ridge Avenue Evanston, Illinois 60201 Parkland Memorial Hospital 5201 Hines Boulevard Dallas, Texas 75235 Parkland Memorial Hospital 5201 Hines Boulevard Dallas, Texas 75235 Ben Taub General Hospital 1502 Taub Loop Houston. Texas 77025 , Kansas City General Hospital 214th and Cherry Streets Kansas City, Missouri 64108 St. Luke's Ho ital 4400 J. C, Nidlliols Parkway Kansas City, Missouri 64111 Univ. of Missouri Medical Center Columbia, Missouri I Georgetown University Hospital 3800 Reservoir Road, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20007 I Orange County General Hospital 101 Manchester Avenue Oran e, California 92668 Mobii: General Hospital 850 St. Anthony Street Mobile, Alabama 36617 Univ. of Missouri Medical Center Columbia, Missouri I Orange County General Hospital 101 Manchester Avenue Orange, California 92668 Fitzsimons General Hospital Peoria and Colfax Denver, Colorado 80240 Hillcrest Medical Center 1120 South Utica Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104 Cincinnati General Hospital 3231 Burnet Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 St. Luke's Hostital 4400 J. C. Nic ols Parkway Kansas Cay, Missouri 64111 Blodgett emorlal Hospital 1840 Wealth Street S.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506 Charit Hospital of Louisiana 1532 'Kiilane Avenue New Orleans, Louisiana 70140 University of Texas Medical Branch Hospitals Eighth and Mechanic Streets Galveston, Texas 77550 St. Luke's Hospital 5535 Delmar Boulevard St. Louis Missouri 63112 Kansas City General Hospital 24th and Cherry Streets Kansas City, Missouri 64108 Swedish Hospital 1212 Columbia Street Seattle, Washington 98104 St. Joseph Hospital 3400 Grand Avenue Wichita, Kansas 67218 U. S. Air Force Hospital Scott Air Force Base BellevillIe, Illinois 62226 University of Texas Medical Branch Hospitals Eighth and Mechanic Streets Galveston, Texas 77550 Butterworth Hospital 100 Michigan Street, N.E. Grand Rapids, Michigxn 49503 U. S. Air Force Hospital Scott Air Force Base Belleville Illinois 62226 Usri-is Hospital 210 State Street, New Orleans, La Ben Taub General Hospital 1502 Taub Loop Houston, Texas 77025 USPHS Hospital 1131 14th Avenue South Seattle, Washington 98114 ANAMNESIS Nucleus ventralxs posterxor lateralrs was only a signpost, an mdlcator, a stepping stone ut to It all began when we first noticed a small but discrete number of empty seats during the rodeos But durmg the very first week? Some people, ev1dently were pretty quick to admlt theyd made a mrstake The rest of us could not help feeling a l1ttle queasy 1n sympathy, but we shouldered Cunningham and Wh1te, et al w1th false confidence and went ahead For those not quite w1th It or efficiently methodical the dull hours of four to seven am on Tuesday Thursday, and Saturday mornmgs were time for BONE QUIZ, w1th runmng averages posted 1n the Gross Lab The thr1ll of d1scovery afterwards with 17515 somehow compensated for the slight headache, that coffee only nudged Phys1cal chemistry barely n1cked 1ts own pathway mto the neuronal nets of 80 plus, who were elther relieved or chagrlned to earn that thxngs were becommg opt1onal At least that s what class votes said Maybe finals and graduation too Txtratlons and unknowns d1dnt hold a candle to the 17 ketostero1d detemnnatxons How dxd a preg nant woman get 1nto our midst? The car bohydrate exam was soso, the llpld exam worse, and the prote1n exam unbelievable' That rs, unt1l xntroductron to the Kreb cycle Lux et verxtas M1croscopes were made for careful examma t1ons and p1gs The graph1c m1sconcept1on mcluded, among other thmgs a 10X l1fe sxze duplxcation of a Busch can 'Infer1or small chques we were never intro duced to ' My good friend, Wlld Bill Pass the scope and crush the slrde wasn t fash1onable, so we learned that, by God there IS a dnfiference between parotid and sublmgual' Roll takmg seemed passe to everyone but 1nstructors so several began settxng a new precedent Chrlstmas party out at the Stables created a slogan for class gunners ' I m hurt1n Sympathy was wxdespread for people w1th 89 averages The inevitable stack of books and slides went home, only to be returned a day or so early after New Years Psychx atry papers were enjoyed by few especnally those gxven an encore The 1d? What IS 1d anywho? A few chuckles over the w1ld ges txculatlons that descr1bed a forgotten psy chologlcal correlatxon Some terr1ble finals Many horror laden nights that competed w1th a poor Joke about the valley of fa tngue Fear suddenly dissolved w1th the reallzatlon that anatomy hour exams would not be cumulatxve Nxghts on the E R gave us oc casxon to borrow short wh1te coats from MX2 s ln the dorm or to surrept1t1ously go to the M Store and buy one An A Revxew that was a review Easy Ed endeared hxm self by forgetting to ask if anyone had some tmcture of belladonna for the p1g Foote stumbled over the bottle he was carrying Cadaverene f14pentaned1am1ne, became a class slogan, a soothing solut1on for the sore soul Robnett gamed xmmortalxty Jerry Brown made his mdelxble impression cleus ventralxs posterior lateralls again, L1 also Hairy research projects 1n Blochemls ty gave us a chance to get up on the lec turn and spout meanxnglessness Sartre turned over 1n his grave Bouts of pass the slxde alternated w1th cartoon carn1vals and rxdxculously easy histology written exams Ac t1on potentxals and cannulat1ons of can1ne carotxds were understandable but most of us mxssed the k1dney in the flurry of end of semester qulzes and hour exams Q22 1n 30 days, was that 1t?l Fred and Frank offered some of the best teaching we have ever had th1s depends upon your point of VICYV of course If you jomed Franks team, you were 1n for a h1ghly eflicxent, well ordered but perspmng xntroductlon to the m1crocosmos Otherwise you called him S B E and them, bugs Fred the unheralded Socrates Caesar, and John Dewey of Amerrcan Pathology gave all the rope needed plus da1ly demonstrations of what true teaching can be Inbred errors of metabolism came up ln GI phys1ology but rece1ved l1ttle more than pass1ng notice by the rrght figures Dallas IS the name of an mfamous c1ty but a damned good lecturer "I 's cheaper o be one ha go to one thus spake the frxendly headshrxnker, w1se 1n ways of the world Come on, fellows, don t hypnotxze us r1ght durmg lectures Spellbound by Fear WHAT KIND OF A PAIN WAS IT? How do you spell aneurysm Asked the gnat enobled and ignobled by C me here, boy Whats your name?" Baby catching IS fun but Ammal Farm was never lxke Thursday Af ternoon Clln1C that manmkxn? In the head But maybe his lady has locked bowels?" We can understand that lt must be difficult To stay awake durmg lecture You seem to have some unresolved HOSTILITY No this IS not the way one talks to Patxents Newborn are p1nk Bab1es are cute Chlldren are sweet Kids are fun to work with Why can t we leave lt that way? Brown badge to the M14 who dld not dx agnose hyster1cal tunnel v1s1on before he called our own Beatle C Is 15 really the same from across the room here, Mrs Jones?"l And to the M!3s who did not realize that there IS a textbook of psychiatry I think that I shall never see Anythmg so wondrous as A Jerry Lee Remember that old Utlllly outfielder making vetermary medicine actually 1nterest1ng on Ev We agree, Dave baby, tests are archaxc and those Old Schoolers should be stopped Now ll7 was that a 70 00391: or 70 002'ZJ we need to get off the Crotch Watch? We think there s a staff man called Burns Who dlddles in p1ddle by urns Never on ward Cafeter1a or hall Some believe he exlsts not at all Then there's the time J Earl found a fresh scar across the 1sthmus area 1n a 1 1 MISS SMALL MISS ANNETTE SMALL STAT 4EASTlHIllIlI ' 1 Frank 1 Vic 1 Charley 1 Jay ' 1 Dr Thompson From Light m1croscopy to the electron var1 ety needed to find the teachmg on surg1cal ward rounds Sure, you know teachmg spelled T E S T at our Old School Here s to those poor dementeds who respond w1th vlgah when the venapuncture team wh1nes, Let the student h1t her They re more experrenced Wfhat has a loud monotone whlstle, a prom 1nent panmculus, drums ten fingers and 15 growing hrs own pulmonary m1toses? Could be one of the same things that tape OR doors shut and hold rounds about 1000 pm sometimes seen w1th a Jolly Green G1ant A small star for that special Mf3 who turned 1n Canadian Nurse and the Journal of Osteopathy to Black Nat on his Mickey Mouse sheets A phys1c1an s phys1c1an w1th a Motor Mouth possxble more bearable than a Jacksonxan These are those who do not think Hugh babes looks like Piggy 1n Lord of the Flies Oh yeah and there were adventures 1n eat mg sxttmg across from a well developed basal cell we snarfed up the Welch11 Rareb1t But we wouldn't want to be skrxnks and mention 1t Kens crew s1tt1ng on the1r gasses slnglng Plck a l1ttle, talk a l1ttle, p1ck a l1ttle, talk a l1ttle, PICK pick pick p1ck TALK TALK TALK TALKH' Well Jim, Hal Jerry, Garth George, John what 15 all this Bram Dram jazz? Trad1t1onm1nded executxves of the Chest Service continue to enforce the stature of llmlt3fl0HS 1n1t1ated by Talouse Lautrec MANDY ANOTHER STEP UPU" Things to come 1 See Yankee Dog no chocky on hands from M8rMs made on new Yerrow Service Q2 M1t der Volkswagens on der kran1um krackmg vee vas in goot Huns On call m the closet on five - 1: 1, - . . .- . . . T ' 9 b ...? ' - - - A , , . - . , . ' . ' ' 3 . 1 . . i I - l K H1 -" - - . . . ' ' y ' :xH-1 ' In I . ' ' ' 1 - UH-, In , . . - , . . HH., ',, . - I 1 I ' ' ' . ' c Hz . un . , ' ' ' ' J n s v , . . 7 l u o , . . . I ' H - , l ' ' If ' I! ' ' t c t t J'- ' ." I ' a . . . N . I . . y - Q , I - I l - I . . , . . . . . E - n ' I rr O ' I 1 I , I ' s I . . . , . ' ' D l , I vena cava" became the password for many Not to be P'CaYune: but Just WHERE was - - - , ' . . . ,, . . U fif- ' ' R Oh . . . ' . , 1 j H t I . . . . . . . n I V - , - .. . 1 C I ' 311 ' ' . . ' H . . . . . . , . . l . , . l . 2 , , . H . - , , . , . I ' . , . . . , 1 , - , , ' . . . . . . - . . ,, . , .... . ,, . ' . . . . . ' f l , , . " ' 1 , . . ' ' . , . .. I - . . . . - - ' ' . . . 7 , . . . . . -nu- . . A ,,,,,,,n,,h.,,,. . Y . . . . wt f inv:fWfY:e'2a ' iff' 1' Y' in - 4 LINMU' wif 1 - T I If I 2 ,g X 1 A VN ,,,,. X5 V ff Hike :': m,i- 'f-ft '- my ,fe WWQQL-fa-:f'i"5Qs3' 1 A 5 H ,Q Hg - ,V ur, W It tieklex when I scratch under here . . . fan Jfffiif J- 'ii f 'stigma fist Q ui 1 X ji Smile if you WH,AT last night!!! Yeah that silly-looking guy over the1e with his mouth o en 1 P -enuresis! !! This, boys, is a map of downtown Moberly. 3 P M The day who operated Push my belly button and I love you automatzcally Is zt true Hugh that blondx have more fun? 7 F' Dax when you become dean can I become a full professor Ng : W W I I Xa Xl ff V .we we 'l See Dr Chapman, the paster 1s the one that .rtands 1 e thzs Dont gwe me what I ask or gwe me what I want vii' Wg 1 V' '1 agp 41 Ga UMMC1984- r ,l-. THE COMPLEAT PHYSICIAN A profound fthough foggy? metaphysical foray into the forests of psychophysiologic phenomena. phys i-og-no.my Cfiz 1.0g no.m1j,n. The art of the divination of temperament and character from outward appearances, esp. from facial features. "All doctors should have white hair . . . to look distinguished . . . and hemorrhoids . . . to look concerned? I l Q Milli if A at if 'A 'f- Q-jf ..- Ii? uit S l ,CIE -f r fl' Warner Wells,M.D. , ,. , 4, 'xiglpy ,I ii A X -mil "What is your substance, whereof are you ,. " X made 457' That millions of strange shadows on you If J tend?" gf' X Wm. Shakespeare 5 Sonnets, LIII V 5 -LA XX A 'lil f Y - ' - ' Stay awhile, and bear with me as we try XZ, 3 ,lil to construct a figure of outward strength ,, 'X ,gb WL T - .i 1'-A Q and beauty . . . one that will reflect the g a , ' -lj 4 3- I . . . . . -- Y A 1 inner perfection of the ideal physician . . . ,Q I . - W . 3-,ll Take, in order . . . G V 1 ' lk v K" P ' Jill J . f 'W i:i.i:1AQiw I 5531, COMPASSIONATE EYES tltilita XX! "Your lag-lid bespeaks to some a tired eye, but we fi A X know better .. . Old Squint sees more I' the sun 'GP than any of your whoreson wide-eyed youthf' . --- N' - Old Cole's Book ofDog.r A ' 'V W ff me Q UHH..N.,N AN LET'5oI:6L-i,.REl,'ai,? LH 0 -..N . fx.-,J up mm one me BIIIELGO 'x OF wAxg.UROgE,W0,THKez, J 0 NE A B c venuns g a , " 'DIEFHH I ERNINE Q t : 4 I . f 'Wim ' " ' .5 " ALERT EARS rn - Z .IL 5 FN , 5, -40 n ' 3 on W Q ,, y , . r - f. , A ffag4 , -' 1'--- I r-" fl X - o , N 9 'L 52 Q U N- m 1 I 3 . K I K .. E r I 5 ,857 Y " li ' 1 4 f I b li? N-I k 5 ffiripwif S ,D . I ,, 5, 2 I' tg Z '1 ' GA-IEA1 7' 9 if X 'Ao 5 ff 7 ,F .Wim 1 2 , 19 , 7 f 5-.fx..uw..E 5' ' ! Ugg 3 an , if . a s ll 51 SVP bww, C53 ,iq 'I VV A 165 5' ffm f LW 1 5 -x, ix fr 1 X IJ x Q fra X "A large ear betokens a clear mind, for what is clear is well-sweptg and with the wind coursing through such vast portals, whate'er re- mains inside must e'en be clear indeed." Frederick Orr Akers 1860 N! fx., .1 as Qs 2.5 A DETERMINED CI-IIN "Ones chin must not, like the noble Alexander, sweep all in sight awayg but rather, modestly take up the van-leaving the forefront of the action to more workable parts." S. P. Cogg-Willoughby fi X Q Q sl F5 'C 5, X x X Q KJ S l vf,.,.,, Qjfiiw 25 , fleas 0' ff 3 I. x, x 63- "W ss I PO X fl x ,Q .3 1 , .. V .i... Z f 1 -.rx Sas. 'N EQ X "tix -iw - X -ec.. K K w ifi. e "fix W . ,- 1 lvl rv X f ,W X .f t as N we ' ' ' " ll l rf lk , f a A X WK or ' ,A , A -an Z6-tif X fi ,ww M figs ,, va RR f V if f ly L ' ij ,ll K , x 1 ' f t all 1 ,lv . Q ,Q A DEVIL-MAY-CARE f e ,Hi CONTINENTAL COIFFURE WF if wgsx "A good and hairy mop are needful to physic: for a Wm? Z warm brain keepeth the blood running and the pipes A clean." ' Q' ,hw From Letters of a Twelfth Century .Barbour x , Eff , wmf----- .mrmur - .. v - 1 ,rrvg-'-"',. .. - k ,s N X :fx-. W Q N fh fi .jg No-r Bulrenen gd ff? A NOSE OF CHARACTER "To be worthy of his calling, your physician must carry on his face a snout which will nose for him the stench of a disease before he tangle with it head on." Sinus the Elder Q, 1, 2- mX4?' Q w Alix '-X l w ah -' Lex UN RATED CHAIN rss" D Nj EARTHY, SENSUOUS AND GENEROUS LIPS "I require a full lip in your virtuous man, for these purse- - . KETONE y is 4 A . , BODY say rfmv JZ., ann 5- '11 mouthed beggars teach as they do pay their tithe-grudg- w ' 95 mgly. Jeremiah Jawkins W in w. r 25 . 'frf W E565 YL 5 3 M QQ ?'sRUM ,Q " 1 v 1 Ag ,AUX 254 if l l s ' , he I Z in 5 ,X X L f0.', 'l K G Qll i as . 1 f Qw- es gf . . . and in conclusion, behold this composite SYMPHONY of features. X N X X X 1 i X I y P X XX ll ul, MXZXXQ, R P ,ff lk f Q! if R 5 XX X ix 777 ' X W X XX X f UH E Xt Xl H . - Ki , Xl' isflgl '65' 'V "Your able man, good master doctor, your Complete Physician is a man of many parts. Hair, nose and earg mouth, chin and gentle eye bespeak a noble ' ' as countenance: He is a man bestirs HIMSELF IN RHYTHM with the times. -Thomas Pepper 123 PHOTGQUIZ C35 MATCH the following individuals with his or her baby portrait J. Barton Boyle Marion S. DeWeese Gwilym S. Lodwick Fred V. Lucas Thomas D. Luckey Carl Marienfeld William D. Mayer Milton D. Overholser ij Ruby M. Potter j J Vernon E. Wilson ANSWERS ON PAGE 207 al bl Cl dl el fl gl hl C75 " A f , Si rfiffw ag, 1 .. , ' " -:iff wwf A " f o ' ff , y y .. A" iifwrmw . ,Mamma , .. A .-e.. ., M W A . .. Tl f .... M, Sf. Mmf. , Y My Aff '. , WWF: K g '- 1 'A ., w??94fq,.., uf' mf 177 wfrfffw-V r, . 4. o 31 , Q... if fre: ,, - ' - wwf.. -off.-M Q X ,M 1 A ' ffgffgww - ,jk . , " -3 ' - as at 1 -A v. - . V f- , ' . ,sz .fi 125 0 And then, there is my crazy aunt. QQ, L oi '5 ' - -' ,W -i Lefs see, is the murmur of mi- tral stenosis-systolic or diastolic? Every heart needs an EKG. My god who took this can to the woods with them. Uhh, maybe I should explain what Hollocher means by "screwing a hipv, Sharon. Greetings: Your friends and neighbors have . . . X A H 7 'wi 1' . Q, , , 4, I M, 5 ' 4, a 5 4 of -.. ve, M,,.,,, Anim- wf il .., f ' 3132, ,5 I , ei iw, fi a 1,3 , 2 C I, , X 6:-I jf ,f , , Q y gf mx Qi. fs K Frankly Madam, if it wererft for your pimples, you"d have no com- plexion at all. She was attached once . . . here. ,f na , N A K , , , . ,, , , K f.,. ,f,, , X J, -..- 9 ll, ,KF s K 1. ff, nff-92, -. , K ,W ,. ,. ,V 1 fy ,I f , , ,- X A f ff .V ,A f ff ,f f .--1 f,-' 1 f.,g f , I . Q , Xp ,,. A . I Xi .... .1195 A IM ,A A 'ff 7. .Ash 'F' . .21 Ml... A l , Vg.., , . ,,,, ,A 5 "Vg xii.-mf: 516, A U 5. .L s 6,311 t vxxxi J ' ' gif.-. 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Q6 ii I ,1 'Ti fi 1 i , Vi 1 1 1 ,fa .xg .A 4 A 2 ADVANCEMENT T0 AN OBJECTIVE A ,M f- - 1 - - DEE HARTLEY, echtor RUTH WAGEMANN assoc1ate ed1tor , M. WMC Prmcxples xn nursing ""'l4w f 7' X X Wd ff e a?'?'f f Mx. x W3 X xxx 4' as X A 5 54 x , 1 'vffgzn A '-Y ' if: : 'WW ifffvf 1 " .u ' V f 1 - 'I " ' SW -. ' C 5f3..f15?fCfW 'fiiim Q -wi Q Q ffm -QT,'9 ' n - Us SW , 2 , . f7f,,:w,::.- ,, -i - , .gm . 1. :-Q H,-R A i 1 ,.A: A , .. V I X I x I v it N, 1 1 1 Q Q X 1 8 g X? 4 '1:"x-'W 'T 1 X 5 MARILYN GRIFFIN 3 WMM? Instructor in Nursing 32 JL: QGLQM if . , my ra ,alan ' iw Q? 22 Q, 25 1 5 w Q l F I x 1 ,, I, 1 I r 5, A REEDA OWENS ' Instructor in Nursing 1 1 3 MARTHA E. NAHIKIAN 1 Associate Professor of Nursing W . 1 130 5 t 2 I , , . ., .. mmf -wdav-ragga. V, , . ...., ,W-H mm- .,',1. ..V. , ...Q T , - . fx rzrvwmnTu ,...,,.1.,, . - - - -' v i I, RUBY M POTTER JANE BRINTON Professor of Nursmg Professor of Nursmg Assoczate Dean zn School of Medzcme Asszstant to the Dean , N I x r..f""" '1 I3l ' LL-:,:,a:f1'Eating-Q:.,'..'::.1 pure. ,nw '.?wa,::r ' w.e1,L-n. A -.Q-,:-1 -,,.-1-.,Mf,.,?...-.1. .,:. -':,xe,.w,g..,... lun:-3, ..., w..M-::-- -1f------'f------ 1-----f ' ' " f Z M fix.,-. A LUCILLE S. SPALDING Profesyor of Nursing and Assixtant to the Dean li, W ,,.. HQ, I I I 'I I I I ,f I I , , 4 I I I , I I I 'ff K N' Ir, S2 I ' ff , 41 I II , X I 5'-f I I N'-v HIE It I I 'II 655 H I ff .AJ I I I I f I I I I f f f I I I 'X , I I I I IJ I II 2 I I . I I I x 2 I I , I I I KATHLEEN KAISER MARIE ANGE WENG Iflfffufwf 111 Nuffmg Asszstant Instructor m Nurxmg I. I, I I? I f II 'I' e I A II J I I I I I I I Nw , I . I II ' II ff' I I I .I ' 2 I I I . I ' - I EI if I I . nf' I I I I I- . I F I - gg I I32 5 M . - I - If- I .I .L..... 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Taylor V. Thompson B. Vardiman M. Waldecker J. Whistob S. White S. White i E. Woody D. Wright P. Young Miss Chase will be the int patient these Freshmen will take care of. Girlx, this is an ear!!! Mis. M1 5, ....... Fiww' v-mf if 'W Www? 'W P?'W""'Wj .le 5 ici z, M... L.,r..,,,., .Y , ...W 4 ,-A W F .mm N :fr ,:...w, - X 2 -'f av' , Q f 5 ., .11 ., , ,..4.4,,,,k,..,. ,.,. . -................... . ' '.f-nli""?s l if-w., 7' -,ff . : 4. Ii Wi.: ig f 'f Nl W fm Y f x J L X A 1, -v' f ' M x? X M' 4' X Q 11,7 ,Q I x x I X A, 5 R l W M rg Q I W ., W 45, 4 X .l 41 ' I 'ft71,f Q 'Vg f is fx 4 ff Q 53 ' f m X I , . .QI I I i ,41 1 M X I-' we N ' .M . S ' Nfl ' 9- iff- ,4 K ir YV' -4 "J I Xi X 5 2:4 xg I 1 'Q R 4 , ww FQ' I f , mn, ' 'R' , is W Mr 93" K2 ,Q 1 yx Q, - X A X -0 , ,1 . , 3 Q 44 J I K f 'I' .L 4 Nv kj .K 5 K 14 Q S1 tg r Q N f " 1' x pa ' , y , 2 ':.fl?., ,,,,.- 5' . L .,'1 ' . , 2 Ks 'ff px ffm, W I I1 .7531-x . .gd .. J f 'J wf X 1 . f , 1 X w. 1' NP 1 W, ,. u gm 4 XX ! 1 G , Wai -- 1 '-1,-, N' z 1 Sli 'Ku ,f lad. IT- 'gx v X ,:' U I J. V ,kj - f,:'f - . , - "-fgipi ' V " ?? . "N .X 1 FS? .0 1 . Q" ' 3 Y,kF.'fSF,. , ' .,,, . ' J, ' f -f Rf 27, H Kg? A , , ,, ,' xg I ' K 1 Q fk," Q . . ' L f , 'X f a, 5 211 Q1 ' gfjf -'Ig ' 25131 iff 'ff' f- , 1 ff 'ff' Q- K rf SK 'L ,f X fysf. , Y , m u Mfr sg f A it 6 1 4 Q1 Q .1 'Ni iifygw Q, s gif x,-1 ,aa- 4. 1 'U Qs- ,,-A ,U I u ,,-Q , W i f xx K f N X , N X ' I X X 9fQf" Q . . X' ui 93' K X Q 3'- , I' . ,, 41: f f K v s Diane Adams Elaine Barnes S. Jane Bilbrey Linda Bohrer Connie Buflington Betty Clark Sharon Clayton S. Lynne Ebersole Kayla Friedman Susan Jane Gault Kay Gerdes Muriel Gerullis Ruth Griflith Carol Guebert Pam Henry Betty Howard Margie Kenyon Diane Klasing Edith Koffler Karen Lindenberg Linda Lovelace Betty Maddox Marilyn McCormick Barb Muehlhauser Joan Muskopf Kristen Nell Yvonne Pauk Marian Pelster Martian Pendelton Pat Penny Jane Peters Ellen Ralls Laurie Reininga Judy Ridings Marilyn Rupprecht Sharon Sanders Carl Scott Patricia See Carolyn Sheppard Connie Short Nichole Stauffacher Donna Swartz Barbara Tapp Kay Tjossern Judith Troyer Barbara Webb Cherril Wehmueller Janet Williams Brenda Wilmsmeyer Margaret E. Wilson Jane Yakushiji Ann Yates Sally Yeager Teresa Zander Xqanf-A Nancy Bailey Carolyn Allemann Shirley Allison Cindy Almon Jackie Archer Dorothy Clark Myrna Brenner Nancy Seawell Brown Anne Bueter Margaret Chesney Liz Carpenter Patty Eggert Shirley Farrah ,Ruth Gerstner Sue Graves Griessel Beth Hellwig Becky Henry Jane Herrin Judy Jeans Sue Maloney Ruth Sappington Jane Schade Jacki Thomas Marty Underwood Nancy Wyett fx if l r 1 f 4 me S Marsha Bell Carolyn Cockayne Bonita. Haigh Brenda Bier Sue Rands Margie Duffett Jon Zircher Judy Heger :U V ,WN .W ,Wx ,QW v il wx if K- x' 1: 'Q 1' Y 'fl if in 2 - S13 'ULF mx 2 'gs gg 21- Llmx NT 7 .3 .. f, v,,,.,ff ,aan Xb WM? X lu . We make bed: all day and beds make us all night. just because it say: rectal glove doesn't mean It's been there. 7-.......v If' 1 e f, J? ff wal 11 But it says go to the 4th floor call room and . . . The stacks can be very interesting!!! And thru your pelvis will travel . . . No, we can't come out and play to- day. It says right here in the Nurses Code-Never Bend Over for a Med Student. Who me get cancer? Not with my jeweled pipe! - 142 .,7M,, A iq 1: -of J, -w5m.Q,. ... W, M ,,,. .,,,, , ,, 1:3 wi 11 gre 4 f ' ., yr. . S XX 5 E X M13 1 3 K. of 2, .,. X X 7 , , V, 1. Q- A at .L , Q . ,, ,L -w we r , H fa if, . .53 , 5 +P. Q f"W'u' 5 X559 fi .nf G - f Q M ff js 'E if aux ai. , ww,-W J ...t,......Ao ,.:,,. .,4,vx,..,.Mv lpijg' We "Q A 2 T' " ii .51 3, i.,f5.:fExFz1,:? if EfAN7l'1C3V0lIfE it is slmwzfm 131515 the Qzzirzznfm docs om lic junior Motto: An apple a day keeps the Doctor away!!! I only got 6 points for that ene- ma??? . V k Yes Doctor, you ordered Scotch and Soda not Fleet's Phoxphate Soda. Watch and tell me when you .ree the instructor--Poe got to have my daily dose of Demerol!!! Dear Miss Ruby: Oh, haw I hate to write. CAROLYN BOYDSTON "I am glad that I am not a man, for then I should have to marry a wom- anf' . Plans: Public Health or Psychiatric Nursing KERANNE JOYCE BROWN "Save S25 for a hair streak- ing job-try nursing school? Plans: Pediatric or Psychiat- ric Nursing PEGGY TURNER ' ANDERSON Has kept her "little surprises" well hidden until now but may need a larger uniform for graduation. Famous for peanut butter and cracker snacks in her classes. Plans: Psychiatry I 144 DORIS CAROLINE DAVIS Now you all team nursmg IS fun but Dr Voelkers' Plans Med1cal Surglcal NUfS1Hg JUDITH ANN BRUCE ". . . would no doubt suffer an acute anxiety reaction Cnew stand- ard nornenclaturej if all bathtubs were re- placed by showers. A bundle of joy. Plans: Psychiatric nurs- ing PATRICIA ANNE DICKSON Dec1decl she llked group hvmg at psych Blggest dec1s1on gagement rmg or ATO pamesp Plans OB or Psychxa CC ,S ' ' J ' i . . . -Aen- Uv ' 145 DYANA LYNN HARTLEY Thinks team nursing is great when she's charge nurse. Plans: Industrial nurse at M-Bar weekdays, Playboy Club weekends. Theme Song: "Walk . on the Wild Side? Plans: OB or Public Health SANDRA SUE DOOLIN '.'This gal in June will have all three VBS., R.N., and NI.D.,' Canit decide the order of Triage for three. Plans: OB or Psychiatric Nursing ANITA LEE HENDERSON "Gee, that medical student is cute." "Me, study?,' Plans: Undecided GLENDA CANTRELL EHRMANN g'Life is just one damned thing after anoth- er." Shels a really good housewife. Plans: Undecided i 146 BETTY JUNE JENNINGS a blonde 1S a blonde 1S a blonde IS a blonde I feel naked wxthout my mas Cara on Plans lVIed1cal Surgical Nursmg 1n Europe DARLEN E SIGHTS HUFF K'You see, dear, it is not true that woman was made from man's ribg she was really made from his funny bone." Enjoys life to its fullest. Plans: OB or Operating Room JUDY ANN JONES Dont talxe l1fe too ser lously you ll never get out of It al1ve anyway Plans Unclcclded BARBARA CROUSE HUPPER Her W1S6St comment as a ma1r1ed woman You damn vngms you Wears a crumpled crown of glory a Cap that s l1lxe a flower It wlltsl Plans Med Surg or Psychlatrv H . . . ' ' ' n J a 73 LL ' 37 i X . . . . . A as ' - ' , pa . 1 7 . Q ' , ' ss ' sv V , . 1 , l Z . . V L 1 I 1 . l 4: 1 , ' - ' 7 3 - - as I47 - 1 5,-'51-L,-.1 -:, ..,g..-,g:-1- ,Y - .-5 . rw-,-.' 1:-'rf---,.:-,' 4 -,.,- --mfg. .,." vin: ,, Ep s:r..s,s.LjyL:'--:zz 1-m-r,::,,lui'.:y.m'.-, : :an ffgez-.L 19:.,.:.. x.w,.,,:a.3-v- ,,,,,!,.,,,,,,4,-,:,..e-f..LMA.-L1..1 ma -,.. -,... V. M... ... . K , ELAINE MARIE MEYER "A woman's guess is much more ac- curate than a man's certainty." Will soon in June, accomplish her two goals. Plans: Undecided PATRICIA ELAINE MacRAE Had empathy for the poverty stricken on publiclhealth . . . through driving a new Pon- tiac Catalina. "My hair col- or? . . . White is the symbol of puritylw Plans: Surgical Nursing MARSHA RUTH JEANETTE ANN MEINERSHAGEN 'SGirls, lets come to order." Leadership is an attribute. Plans: Undecided MIRTS "Pm going to miss everyone, but I'll be glad to leave here D Plans OB Nursing I 148 MARY DUNCAN OELSCHLAEGER "My name was too com- mon, so I changed it!" Plans: Medical Surgical nursing KATHERINE ELIZABETH POWELL "I know you're in cardiology, but get that stethescope out of my blouse." Can't de- cide whether love means dependence or independence. Plans: Intensive Care Nursing KAY LITTLE ROBERTSON 'LI wanted to show my acceptance of his con- dition, so I helped him eat his breakfast? It takes lots of determina- tion to have three chil- dren and go to school. Plans: OB Nursing 149 JO HIXENBAUGH POTTENGER UGirls we love for what they are: Young men for what they promise to be." The promises have been sincere. Plans: OB or Operating Room KAY PAYNE ROLF Keeps plenty of Ken-If Ration on hand, for dog and husband. Known for flannel pajamas. Plans: Rehabilitation or Psy- chiatry LTE BEVERLY LYNN SEABAUGI-I "Woe be the lover who has not found the object to love." She is an example of perfect- ness." Plans: OB JANE ALLISON RUSTEMEYER g'Mr. X., you know you shouldn't be out of bed with your Crutchfield tongs onf' De- cided that grey hair is the symbol of ma- turity, so will marry a "man" from Okla- homa. Plans: Surgical Nursing I 150 SARAH VIRGINIA SNEED Found a man coming throu h her window at psych and didnt think hed be bad under different circumstances Has en gineered getting her own engineer Plans SLlFg1C8,lNL1fS1Hg LYNN ELAINE SELANDER "Each of us has his own special calling, fella." Or, i'Can I really call her 'Perus'?,' Would rather be known as Lynn than the "tall blonde." Plans: Psychiatric Nurs- ing M DALE SPITLER Hoping the Pope will come through But Al len Im getting married because I want to Plans Surgical NL1TS1Hg . U . D 4 c ' 9 ' , a ' ' 7 7 l . l K S , . i . J 7 7 w '2Z,'7LlzA'5:l,i5L'i'.l:21 13:51.19 .2 Eire., -t 541:15 ' zur- mem ',412QdJs1:u: as-fi. aJu:.:'.::1f z awe ,ri - in-r' . 1:s:.' pwew, :Q::,.:.f:.ff.4i SARABETH STEVENS "A woman is like your shad- ow 5 follow her, she fliesg Hy from her, she followsf'-to Georgia. Plans: OB or Pediatric Nurs- ing CAROLYN KNOERNSCHILD TURNER Married on Thursday, practiced on Friday. fNursing?j Shared her hus- band with Linda and Pat. What is in Union besides Union, Carolyn? Plans: Pediatrics for hospital and home. PATRICIA OLIVE WALLER Don't cry, Pat, team nursing is only a game! Is learning OB inside and out. May plan to work at the student health clinic to maintain old relations. Plans : Medical-Surgical Nursing 152 RUTH ANNETTE WAGEMANN UMMC has proved good hunting grounds for this young aspiring female Might be asking for a rosary for Christmas this year. Plans : Pediatrics LINDA JEAN WOLIN "Only her hairdresser knows for sure Likes to keep instructors guessing. Plans: Undecided SHARON DEE WESTLAKE Absence may make the heart grow fonder but California is a long way off. Practiced "doing the dog" at psych. Plans: Navy Nurse SANDRA MARY YOUNG "Do married women rea- lly wear those things?'l We'll soon Find out. On- ly girl who has never used her ID to buy Nal- coholic beverages." Plans: Public Health I53 LINDA JEAN WI-IALEY "Yes, Mrs. M., this is a whisker burnf' Or, 'QA new resident? . . . Lead me to hirnll' New Mustang will have bucket seats. Plans: Intensive Care Nursing and AA WWW 'Q' X A girl's best friend her dog. Which one shall it be? is X Really Miss ,Whaley, did you have to meet ALL of his need!!! Two energetic people working on the yearbook, and that "morning after the night before!" Yes, girls, there really is a Santa Claus- ' mx 5715. Never trust the Med Students, honey! Buy me a drink, honey? ,A Dan, not here. Seniors-I love you ALL dearly. Florence, how yOu have changed. Linda, it's those catatonic states that She's a Senior and she you get in. still doesn't know what to do with it. Security, is sitting on the back ww! It's only a study break! ff' KW vi 3 'rim xiii A was X91 +"""Q:, maj' Jw To grow as individuals, to learn organization, to develop a closer spirit with other student nurses, to promote higher standards in the nursing profession, and to encourage par- ticipation in our student nurse activities-these are the pur- poses of District VI Student Nurses' Association. Any stu- dent enrolled in the University of Missouri School of Nur- sing is eligible for membership, and is automatically a mem- ber of MOSSNA and NationalSNA upon joining. Some of our activities include Freshman Orientation, Big-Little Sister program, University Day, Student Nurse Week, con- ventions, picnics, speakers, films, and teas. This year's officers are: President, Jeanette Meinershagen, lst Vice-President, Brenda Bierg 2nd Vice-President, Mar- gie Duffetg Treasurer, Pat Penny, Recording Secretary, Pat Eggertg Chaplain, Connie Short. l56 MISS SANDRA DOOLIN MISS PAM HENRY MISS SUE GRAVES Hear no evil, speak no evil, .ree no evil . . . I'm on top and she? on deck. Www... M , V,,, J,,n.e.m...-.f...a-wH,.......,.,,........,...,.....wa-w e ,c 1 Q fflfnllll 1 , L. 1 5 , me r-.M X Q K lx -5 . f -mf ' And a Merry-ho-ho Christmas to you too, jack! Before M etracal 'K A You could a ard thexe can too 1 you had to lzve zn there wwvvwwws Honey you're gonna have to quit calling me here at the ofice Dont worry Tony, Ive worked here long enough that I don"t need an znstruetzon book Fm. A penny for your thoughts Adams? Well better not after all BOHOW1-' UP carte' belt-V down 4' .. ,, WT. wrt! , K Q 1 l ' mt 4 , , . -b . 159 J UNDERGRADUATE PRCGRAM FCR REGI TERED URSES STUDENT NO. NAME STUDENT NO. . 93058 4eCanfield, Virginia W. 99674- 62804: 4iDavis, Doris Caroline 95833 95986 Ebbs, Sarah Jane 109261 101 133 Kruse, Rebecca Hurt 100807 59952 Longenecker, Franqes Nadine 106688 100100 Mackley, Patricia 109052 10814 Maxwell, Mary 109397 leindicates graduating Jan. '65 SPECIAL STUDENTS BASIC PROGRAM STUDENT NO. NAME 81625 Baker, C. Jean 101025 Brown, Delores VIRGINIA W. CANFIELD PATRICIA MACKLEY NAME Mitchell, Octa Morriss, Janet L. Parham, Mary Kathleen Patterson, Ellen D. Shaw, Mavis Grant Stovesand, Jane Wilkerson, Maxine R. MARY MAXWELL JANET L. MORRISS JANE STOVESAND 4 f 1 4. ' f1'y- ' ' IA , Q ' - M Q' ,1..... i I ' W - iii 1 W El 'K P M r H1 M WEE H l I N i .4 ui li I, I . V ' ami . ,. 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A 5 K 7 5 -'K 4- W , f M X ff ,N x xx.. .., ..,, , , x ,p,4.:.,, W ,TMQS A' ' f 563 ff' K ff' f' 11 K Searching the written words 164 5. N- fn, Formulatmg the correct mgredzents 165 EDO 4 Huw DIRECTORS. SEATED Cleft to rightj: Mrs. E. Eng, Director, Mrs. N. Grand, Asst., Dir. ig STANDING: Mrs. R. Adkisson, Asst. Dir. 5 Mrs. L. DeLand, Asst. Dir. 5 Miss B. Williams, ' Asst. Dir. .. -'si ll X HEAD NURSES. SEATED Cleft to rightj: Mrs. C. Krieg, Miss C. Kelly, Miss S. I M I, K. Lightfoot, Miss A. Whitaker, Miss S. Kibler, Mrs. M. Slanga. STANDING: Mrs. B. Cofer, Miss P. Lee, Mrs. L. Robertson, Miss C. Knuth, Mrs. M. Bruning, Mrs. F. if ll li Crighton, Miss D. Schmidt, Mrs. K. Kreder, Miss M. 'Wegener, Mrs. J. Watson, . ,.,,,,,..,, .,,.,.,, Q A A j 5 Mrs. G. Boulos, Mrs. G. Street, Miss D. Miksch. "-A-M-M-........,,,,WM, si . .V A My 'i is 3 5 , ,C i. 'I 3 .I ir li I 5 V I gs i H w if 1 :E 52 H W yr W sl l66 'il 7 . ' .Q . , . K 2 dl., MS , M, S V fi- ' ' ' , - i wx... .M,,M,.m .,- . 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SEATED fleft to rightjz .Mrs. I. Trumbower, Mrs. L. Hinchey, Mrs D Caruthers. STANDING: Mrs. J. Randell, Miss F. Kleeman, Miss A. Leonard, Miss P. Good man, Mrs. J. Laycock. -G X . M J' Q 3 , 'wax 3 1 x X rx Y 3 Q -1. QXTQLJ v WW Y Qf ,A, You lay your hand: on, How!!! 168 1 lu. Do you always Jump that hzgh when I goose you? 9 9 J w 'V' pw-.M 4.,m,,l 13' Which twin has the Toni??? h.s. p.r.n. ' HM, W,-x N. .c , Dr. Martt, she says she's our wife. No wonder things are screwed up. . . Thank God he was circumcised!!! Me work . . . I I70 'ff N f v l ' ',,.,..-r-ff' , -Y 7 NN ' M X ,'-:sf .fi -R,s 'KP Well Mrs Eng, I thought you Jazd clean out the rooms 'W lun li. What do you do 1 you dont find a pulxe73'7' i . -mfj':vjgW3--V, .Z ap, f. ,ff-"YM ' " 'll 1 ,S ,wM,,,,:,,-vw ,army ,,,.gQ-9-.Lm.:.:', -' Ki? f yy. Q.-..:.3,m.n.u:Q " . . 1912 -f 9 G 411. . ,. . , -.W J i wg W A ' . ,EI 1 5 35:3 viz: X' 4 55432 - " " L if 'S 1' 5- R'.4e,.' 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A 'QQ ' ' iQ x , ' i 6 ,. , , 19 4 ,J A . 4 . ,gif f ,K 'Wizw .f!'f,' .gf -,wfif ' 1' ., f " 'J' "3 v,,, 'f -2,-Ay L ff, A '. 350' JA' j ' A ,R yr "Qi , ,ff M. Q. 9-'UP -.,1,Tx'Jl, ,U ff, I, 1 ' ' 2.41 Agrf SEATED L to R: L. Hawn, H. Meier, K. Ream, J. Her- Pearman, C. Singer, G. Smith, J. Caldwell, J. Nabe, J. merding, N. Brown, S. Minbiole, B. Guffey, M. L. Tyree, Fisher, N. Kettenacker, A. Hartley, J. Sandfort, M. Craw- M. Lorah. STANDING: R. Crane, D. Watley, L. Horrell, ley. C. Davis, Bein, Johnson, M. Elliott, D. Gault, M. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY Officers: Laura Horrell-Treasurer, Marlene Crawley-Secretary, Linda Hawn-President, Mary Elliott-Vice-President 178 Who ordered this sperm count??? Joy Bein Nancy Brown Judy Johnson Nancy Kettenacker Pat Kliethermes Susan Minbiole Karen Ream Carole Singer Georgia Smith Paulette Snyder Mary Lou Tyree Brenda Guffey Jan Herrnerding f"""w. F N0 HZ? Annu .765 !""9O. ,019 Editors at work . . . , ' ,, ff Editor-in-chief-Kent Bartruff Business Manager-Neal Grannemann Nursing Editor-Dee Hartley Advertising-Paul Riekhof Senior Class Editor-Barbara Neenen Class Editor-Brad Arthaud Assistant Class Editor-Lana Minnigerode Faculty Editor-Sally Hubbard Assistant Nursing Editor+Ruth Wagernann Assistant Senior Class Editors-Frank Wilson, Mike Casey, George Volk ' Photography-Steve Sherman, Alan Spitler, Tom Swee- ney, Neal Granneniann, Bill Clark Nuisance Editor-Greggory Kent, Evans Bartruff Assistant to Editor-Frank Corry, John Mayer, Marshall Gilula Organizations-Dave Brill Cartoons-Chris Moore, Skip Gay, John Weiclmaier Cartoon Captions-Colleen Melburn, Tom Hoberock, Dean Raines, Barbara Neenen, Dee Hartley, Kent Bartruff, Frank Wilson, Skip Gay, Neal Grannernann, Sally Hub- bard, Ruth Wagernann, Dave Brill, Bob Jones, Frank Corry Adviser-William D. 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X L, , f f f A ' , If 1 f , k fy f X f ,, f" ,fi ' X X If . ,I i ,fy , ' f fy V, ,f I , ' ' . , f X .i Q . . if , , f X I 'df' If - I . , I I f ,X , I X, V, , f W2 f I U. V1 f 5 I ,. 22 ,v . , V- is : 22:2 - 1 .1m" n Surveying village health needs, an SKGF Foreign Fellow examines a child in Kurali, near New Delhi, India. INDIA TAIIGANYIKA IRAN GUATEMALA At hospitals and medical outposts a long way from the classroom, medical students learn to cope with unfamiliar diseasesp help to provide much-needed medical services to people in underdeveloped areas of the worldp and contribute to international under- standing and good will. This unusual opportunity to work and study in for- eign countries is offered to students through the Foreign Fellowships Program of Smith Kline Sn French Laboratories. Administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges, the program has enabled 123 students to work in 40 different countries during the past four years. Junior and senior medical stu- dents are eligible to apply for Fellowships, which provide for an average of 12 weeks' work abroad to be completed before internship. Students who are interested in Fellowships should apply through the deans of their schools. Smith Kline 81 French Laboratories And whaff are your opinions Oh -Hwe DEW parKinq -Y-ecililries? f'wAsfX if NSORED exif!-A I----I !,,f--fo X J CENSORED NSOR5 I 7 S 2 4EFQWl C . 'vi-7 S ' Lf 7? , 4 rx t - I ' CE 5 "7'T ' ' u. ll , X ' U' O n K hrfswloora.. 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Salary for interns is 5300.00 per month with full main- tenance, residents start at 5350.00 per month with full maintenance, with the senior resident receiving S500.00 per month. Well integrated teaching program with a Director of Medical Education and affiliation with non Children's Hospital in Pediatrics. Contact: Cardinal Glen- Dr. Everett R. Lerwick Director of Medical Education . V glgiiiilihaiifiiffiiisfill' si. Louis, Missouri aaioa Baptist Hmspital POST GRADUATE TRAINING PROGRAM ' ST. MARY S HOSPITAL -, 5 Qiiisfiiiiiif . ' X U . . A-mE.5551g5QQg3 R, . gg? My L K NX 6420 Clayton Road P' 3' ebf 1, . . ' it 7,2 , , - "f'4-'EFT "c-Q.: if ' fIQQ"Fg . . . f Q fix XA St. Louis, Missouri 0 M95 Q . V M s IN ri T I-I r 'I 1 I I - --- -.--- -.I,.,i I I i T' .,i.:T' .. l' . - iff :d i g I I ii :ii 32 ifgllsi " ' .44-Qs " '-.. ,I " I 7-'ZF ' 5, - , L7ff,,,f,, " '-lL uit "'. f'.Li't'L , Y' ' . -4 gg- 5 QIFZSX Nwxxc 'liI,:r:-r'LilT,2-,-,s. ,.,. A ., , I CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! 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It is a combined internship between the private hos- pitals and the completely ward-bed County Hospital. Rotation includes two months on Pe- diatrics, two on Obstetrics, three on General Surgery, one on Emergency Room Service and four on Internal Medicine. The program is organized so that there is continuity ofiservice, Interns are on call every fourth night with the exception of Obstetrics where the call is alternate nights. Each intern performs at least sixty deliveries, and also performs numerous minor and occasional maior procedures. RESI DENCIES: Positions are available for eighteen residents in a fully approved three-year Medical Residency and for eighteen residents in a fully approved four-year Surgical Resi- dency, these being combined programs involving all three hospitals. There is an opproved two-year General Practice Residency with four positions available. This program involves St. Mary's and Pima County General Hospitals. STIPEND AND OTHER BENEFITS: In addition to the stipends listed below, all house staff are provided with uniforms, laundry, health insurance, and are covered for malpractice bythe participating hospitals. Meals are provided for married house officers while on duty, air- Interns Residents lst year 2nd year 3rd year 4th year S4200 5l 00 5400 5700 S6300 conditioned quarters and all meals are provided for single interns and residents. SINGLE MARRIED LIVING IN LIVING OUT LIVING OUT 5100 S6000 S6300 6600 7200 5400 6300 6600 6900 7500 THE HOSPITALS AND CLINICS Tucson Medical Center is a 420 bed hospital while St Mary s has 280 beds Both hospitals are up to date in their equipment with intensive care units artificial kidney cardiac catherlzation and cardio pulmonary laboratories and many other facilities that have become essential to good patient care and teaching Pima County Hos pltal is a I60 bed all indigent hospital well equipped very active and supervised by a full time Board of Certified Specialists The Laboratory and Radiology Departments are com pletely covered by Technicians and the libraries are well stocked with texts and lournals librarians are In attendance The large out patient clinics in all specialties are conducted at Pima County Hospital and at St Elizabeth of Hungary Clinic for non county eligible indigents In the community THE CITY Tucson has grown from 57 000 population in I955 to 3I0 000 in T964 It is the site of the University of Arizona lenrollment I8 0001 which is actively planning the Medical School to open in the near future Tucson is only about one and one half hours from the Mexican border ten hours drive from the California Coast and a half days drive from deep sea fishing in the Gulf of California In old Mexico Housing is easy to obtain at reasonable prices and the school system is excellent Different qroups in the city providea wide variety of concerts and plays lectures and other cultural activities throughout the year APPLICATION Brochures application forms and many other details may be obtained by con tacting either Eric G Ramsey M D Director of Medical Education St Mary s Hosplta or Douglas McDowell M D Director of Medical Education TUCSON Medical Cenief I s s . s . 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Gilula I had to do more than just pinch myself! Walking across Manezhnaya Square toward the Kremlin with two Rus- sian medical students seemed hard to digest. As my guides pointed out various features of the Kremlin, I tried not to appear too amazed. It was smaller, less onerous and for- boding, than I'd imagined. Igor and Kyril were the first of many Russian medical stu- dents I met in Moscow. I was a senior medical student from the University of Mis- souri, in the Soviet Union via a Clendening History of Medicine Fellowship, to gather material for a paper to be entitled, "Some His- torical Aspects of the Wom- an Doctor in Russia." Igor and Kyril were first-year stu- dents at the First Moscow Medical Institute, the oldest medical school in the So- viet Union founded in 1755. Igor explained that roughly 6,000 students studied at the institute but only about 3,600 in medical courses. The oth- ers belonged to the Pharma- cologic and Hygiene-Sanita- tion facilities. Russian medical students take entrance exams after the 10th or 11th grade of secondary 1 school and study for six years, after which a degree of vrach fdoctorj, comparable to our M.D., is received. A student not scoring high enough on the competitive exams may take them again after working a year or' two, or serving in the army. Most felt it was easier to gain ad- mission after some years of outside work. Many girls completed nurse's training first and were then' admitted to the medical institute. The First Moscow Medical Institute more than made up for initial difficulties in gain- ing admission. Professor Er- makov, the vice-Rector, lis- tened patiently to my still stumbling Russian and wel- comed me. Professor Kuzmin, chairman of the Medical His- tory department, pointed out Entrance gate to Korsakov Psy- chiatric Clinic at II Malaya Pirogorskaya Street, Moscow. X4 M SCOW Scene on Corky. Street near a square dedicated to the poet, Mayakovsky. I5 minutes fwalkingj from Red Square. the two main medical librar- ies in Moscow. With permis- sion and directions obtained, I spent half my time in the Central Medical Library and the other half at the Insti- tute, sampling Soviet medi- cal education. Visitin gross anatomy, I sat with foo other students lis- tening to a stimulating de- scription of the carotid vascu- lar system. The language barrier dissolved as I watched the attractive, energetic wife of a prominent Soviet writer hold 301 medical students in the palm of her hand. Lights went off' for a show of slides and a girl sitting beside me whispered, "Isn.'t she a good lecturer? And so kulturniiln I had to agree. During the five-minute break between lecture hours I shared a cigarette with the kultumii anatomist, who lat- er lent me a lab coat and invited me to one of her dis- section classes. Docents, and aspirants lcandidates for the D.Sc. degreel did much of the actual dissection while medical students study the prosections and permanent specimens in the museum. Chairman of the Anatomy Department, Professor Zhda- nov, internationally known for his work in organ trans- plantation and regeneration, expressed pleasure in an American medical student al- so being interested in history. He autographed an article describing the authenticity of Leningrad's portrait of Vesa- lius, which now hangs in the Hermitage. I later translated a paper of Zhdanov's into English. Physiology lab exercises were strongly reminiscent of col- lege biology. A fiftyish ma- tron with grey hair pulled back into a bun, quizzed stu- dents in random fashion on the day's assignment. A stu- dent reciting well got the verbal reward: "Very good- p'yat'." Otherwise the smooth face wrinkled and: "You are not prepared today-dis- missed! ' Two fifth-year stu- dents showed me their proj- ectg a sophisticated, EEG- monitored investigation of pain responses in anesthetized rabbits and we discussed. the EEG differences between sleep, anesthesia, and hypnosis. During the first two years, Russian medical students take many courses we consid- er "pre-med", including biol- ogy, inorganic and organic chemistry, physics, physical culture, and hilosophy CMarx and Lenin? In all six years, a student is ex- pected to pass a minimum proficiency level in French, English, or German. My best contacts with stu- dents came via the depart- ment of Foreign Langua es, which co-sponsored a stucint conference in Radiology. Medical students and clini- cal aspirants lcorresponding to our residentsj presented re- search papers in English! The conference was held in an old anatomical theater and portraits of Lenin and Sech- enov flanked the podium. As each participant mounted the lecturn, making sounds of nervous throat-clearing, I wondered where in America would medical students pre- sent and defend their research in a foreign language. The English was a little stiff and British but technical vocabu- lazy was relatively flawless. Afterwards, there was a par- ty at the Evening Cafe, "Molodozhnoye" fthe Soviets claim no night clubs, per se, as all public establishments close at 11:30 P.M.j. Re- sjaectable jazz of the mid- fties and young, well- dressed Russians dancing the twist, reminded me that the cold war was mainly in terms of oiiicial ideology. During my last month in Moscow, I went through the psychiatry "cycle', that each medical student takes during the fifth or sixth year. Pro- fessor Banshikov, head of the department and chief of the Korsakov Psychiatric Clinic, assigned Mike Petrovich, a junior psychiatrist, as my guide. Wards at the Korsakov Clin- ic were arranged according to sex and "degree of disturb- ance". Although Mike was interested mainly in biochem- ical aspects of psychosis, his genuine warmth and empathy with patients showed that he was probably a top-notch psy- chotherapist, also. Each staff psychiatrist had access to his "own" EEG and served as his own technician. A staff man who specialized in rheonceph- alography fa procedure which detects brain blood flow rather than electrical currentsl said he had spoken with ham' operators in the U.S. One of my favorite sou- venirs is George's ham station card with call letters in Rus- sian. While on psychiatry, my Rus- sian classmates attended small section meetings each morning for three to four hours. One topic would be presented to the group of eight to 1 i studentsg the res- ident in ci.arge would ques- tion each student in turng and wind up by presenting one or two patients for the students to inteview. One session on alcoholism Professor V.M. Banshikov, Chair- man, Department of Psychiatry at the First Moscow Medical Institute. was conducted by Irma Sem- yonovna, a soft-eyed woman in her early thirties whose intelligence could manipu- late the most abstruse psy- chiatric concept into practi- cal shape. She asked how much of a problem alcohol- ism in the U.S. was, and I showed her a small "Blood- Alco Chart" that gave al- cohol blood level per num- ber of drinks, according to body wei ht. She said ap rov- ingly: Hgmerican medical sci- encell' and launched into a lecture on drinking and driv- ing. Once or twice a week pairs of students would inter- view and write up a patient. Defending diagnoses later at obkhod froundsl , students were in no other way respon- sible for patient care or psy- cho therapy. My general im- gression was that the distri- ution and frequency of psy- chiatric illness at the Kor- sakov clinic labout 150 pa- tients, was comparable to a similar-sized American Uni- versity psychiatric hospital. Thanking Professor Banshikov for his hospitality was easy, saying goodbye impossible- ' 'Don' t say proshchai,tye Cfarewellj, it's a horrid cus- tom. Do svidanyiya luntil the next timel is much better. Maybe there will be a next time-it depends on you! Maybe you will come back and work as an aspirant in psychiatry!" Two nights before leaving Moscow, a professor of biol- ogy and his family toasted me with spirt la double- strength vo ka reserved for holidaysl in their home. Suddenly, the table grew very quiet until the professor broke the silence: "We wish you good health and many successes with your work Marshall and I want you to know that we will not sleep well after you have gone." "Say borscht, Amerikanskii. This pi ture goes into our SMERSH files Hi-jinks with M!6's at a student conference. ABEND, MELVIN N. 429 E. 64th Terr. Kansas City, Missouri ADAMS, HAROLD D. 1302 W. 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