University of Nebraska College of Dentistry - Impressions Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)
- Class of 1954
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EDITOR Iock M. Knodle
CO-EDITOR Robert G. I-Ioword
COPY EDITGR Gordon E. Stcrrbuck
PI-IOTOGRAPI-IER Robert B. Morqrove
ADVERTISING Milton Maisel
In order to preserve our lasting impressions and to
collect into a unit the memories of our pleasures
and toils together, that we might be reminded in
years which are yet to come of classmates who
shared our professional education and instructors
who guided us through our courses, we herewith
present our title and purpose.
To our faculty and staff, and our parents and wives,
who have had faith in us, instructed and encouraged
us to become skillful and ethical in our profession
of dentistry, kept our goal ever before us, and
exemplified the ideals with which we intend to
practice, we respectfully dedicate the 1954 issue of
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You. the graduating class of '54, leave our campus having achieved the
first great step in your professional careers.
ln the mind and heart of each and every one connected with the College,
there is not only a sincere wish for your continued progress, but also a feeling
of confidence that you will attain high objectives.
We feel that your spirit of Cooperation, your seriousness of purpose and
your perseverance toward a pinnacle of achievement, as exhibited during your
four years with us, should continue as a vital part in your professional lives.
We bespeak from you a continued interest in your school, as a stimulus
to all the members of its administration, faculty and personnel to put forth
their very best efforts in maintaining a dental college to which you may
always point with pride.
We congratulate you on this, your first great professional accomplish-
ment, and wish for you a full realization of your fondest and loftiest ambitions.
Bert L. Hooper, Dean
THE DE TIST'S
O RESPECT my profession, my reputation and myself. To
be honest and fair with my patients as l expect my patients
to be honest and fair with meg to think of Dentistry with
loyalty, speak of it with praise, and act always as a cus-
todian of its good name. To be it man whose word carries
weight with my fellow-citizens, to be a booster, not a
lmoclcerg a pushet, not fi kicker, a motor, not at clog.
To BASE my expectations of reward on Q. solid fouizdzition of service ren-
dered, to be willing to pay the price in honest effort. To look upon my
Work as oprsortuuitye to be seized with joy' anti made the most of, and not
as painful drudgery to be reluctsiritly endured
To REMEMBER that success lies within myself, in my owe brain, my own
ambition, my own courage and detetmintition. To expect difieulties and
force my vmy through them, to convert lmrtl experience into Capital for
future struggles. Q Q
To riixriwift in my proposition heart and siouig to carry no air of optimism
into the presence of possible patients, to dispel ill temper with cheerful-
ness, kill doubts with strong convictions, and reduce active friction with
an a reeeble ersonalitv.
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know both sides in every detail front the ground upg to mix brains with
my efforts, and use syzstem and metleiori in my work, to find time to do
everything m:eQlf'ul by never letting time find me doing nothing. To make
every hour bring me dividends in fees, increased lmowletlge, or healthful
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SELMA B. ANDERSON. A.B., M.T. KASCPD. M.S
Assistant Professor of Oral Pathology.
EDWIN M. COLLINS, D.D.S.
Instructor in Endodontia and Peridontia.
MELVIN E. GLANTZ. B.S.. D.D.S.
Instructor in Operative Dentistry.
KENNETH E. HOLLAND. B.S.. D.D.S.
Assistant Professor of Orthodontics.
Acting Chairman of Orthodontic Department.
RALPH L. IRELAND. D.D.S., M.S.
Professor of Pedodontics.
Chairman of Pedodontic Department.
l DONALD A. KEYS, B.A.. D.D.S.
Professor of Operative Dentistry.
3 Superintendent of Operative Infirmary
Chairman of Operative Department.
RAY M. KNAPP. D.D.S.
Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Treatment
Director of Clinical Coordination.
Chairman of Department.
. ROBERT F. KREICI. D.D.S.
Instructor in Fixed Denture Prosthesis.
EARL L. LAMPSHIRE. B.S., D.D.S.. M.S.
Assistant Professor of Pedodontics.
LELAND M. LYNN, B.S., D.D.S.
Instructor in Fixed Partial Denture Prosthesis.
Chairman of Department.
EUGENE R. McCLEERY, B.S.. D.D.S.
Instructor in Prosthodontics and Orthodontics
VERNON W. RINNE, B.S., D.D.S.
Instructor in Operative Dentistry.
RAYMOND H. STEINACHER, B.S., D.D.S.
Instructor in Prosthodontics.
Chairman of Prosthetics Department.
DONALD T. WAGGENER. D.D.S.
Associate Professor of Oral Pathology.
Chairman of Oral Pathology Department.
RUBY WAGNER. R.N.
Instructor in Oral Surgery.
W. WALLACE WEBSTER. A.B., D.D.S.
Associate Professor of Oral Surgery
Superintendent of Oral Surgery Infirmary
Chairman of Oral Surgery Department.
PAUL L. DEINES. D.D.S.
Instructor in Operative Dentistry.
HAROLD G. O. HOLCK. Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmacology.
EDWIN C. KIESS
Instructor in Prosthodontics.
LAWRENCE F. LINDGREN. B.S., M.S
LELAND D. ARNOT. D.D.S.
Instructor in Dental Literature and
IRVING H. BLAKE. Ph.D.
Professor of Zoology and Anatomy.
Chairman of Department.
LOREN T. HUNT. D.D.S.
Professor of Practice Management and
ROBERT B. IOHNSTON. Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry.
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SAMUEL D. MILLER. M.B.. M.D.
Associate Professor of Anesthesiology.
LEONARD NELSON. A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D.
Instructor in Physiology and
FRANK H. TANNER. M.D.
Assistant Professor of Pathology.
OTIS WADE. Ph.D.
Professor of Zoology and Anatomy.
FRITZ A. PIERSON. SR.. D.D.S.
Professor of Dental Medicine.
HILLIARD PIVNIC. Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology
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RALEIGH P. GIBSON, B.S.. D.D.S.
WILLIAM S. KRAMER, B.S.. D.D.
W. E. MILITZER, Ph.D.
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WALTER A. BENNETT Ir.. A.B., D.D.S.
Wally, who looks young for his 29 years, is from
Milford, Nebraska, where he graduated from high
school in 1943. After high school he spent the years
from 1943 to 1946 in an Unattached Flight Squadron
with the U. S. Air Force. Benny took his pre-dent here
at U. of N. and upon entering Dental College became
a Zip. He was elected class Treasurer in 1950, and
acted as class Spokesman during the Freshman year.
Walter was often seen working in the lab, highly
selectively grinding dentures, for Prosthetics is his
favorite department. At graduation, Benny still re-
mains one of the class' most eligible bachelors. His
future plans are to become a general practitioner.
CLAIRE I. BOTT. D.D.S.
Claire came to the University of Nebraska from
Cheyenne, Wyoming, Where he took his pre-dent at
the University of Wyoming. He and Mary Helen were
married in lune of 1949 and have two children, Vicky,
4, and Debby, Z. Claire is a member of Xi Psi Phi,
and has held the office of Philemon for that fraternity.
He is also a member of Alpha Tau Omega and
Masonic Lodge. Pedadontics is the department he
especially enjoys, and his practice may eventually be
limited to children's dentistry. C1aire's hobby, and one
of his favorite pastimes, is photography.
IACK L. BROWN. A.B.. B.S.. D.D.S.
Stratton, Nebraska, is 1ack's home, and he gradu-
ated from Stratton High School. His education at the
University of Nebraska was interrupted by his active
duty with the Marine Corps in Oahu, Hawaii. After
his discharge in 1946 he resumed his pre-dental train-
ing and received an AB degree, lack is 29 years old
and a member of Xi Psi Phi. He is an active sports-
man, who enjoys hunting and has played on the class
baseball and basketball teams. His name appeared
on the Honor Roll for his Iunior year scholastic
achievement, His marriage was the top surprise to
everybody when he wed Phyllis in August of 1952.
His permanent address is 1645 Pawnee, Lincoln.
DALE A. CAPEK, A.B., B.S., D.D.S.
Dale graduated from Lincoln Central High School
and took his AB and BS degrees from the University
of Nebraska. He is a member of Delta Sigma Delta
and served that fraternity as Scribe, 1952-53, and Social
Chairman, 1953-54. He is also a member of Phi Delta
Theta and is prominent in athletics, having played on
the basketball and baseball teams and taking honors
in golf events. Cap is 24, and his favorite depart-
ment is pedodontics. So far, Dale has been able to
remain a bachelor.
WILLIAM A CORRALES BS DD.S.
CHARLES E. CAROTHERS. B.S.. D.D.S.
Charley hails from Broken Bow, Nebraska, the
land of cowboys and rodeos, and graduated from
Broken Bow High School in 1945. Stick was in Engi-
neer Training at Ft. Louis, Washington, and then as-
signed to the medics in Germany, serving from 1946
to 1948. He is 26 and a member of Xi Psi Phi and
Sigma Nu Fraternities. He and Doris Mae were mar-
ried at the beginning of his Senior year. His post-
graduate plans include locating a warmer climate and
a profitable practice, but he can always be reached
by addressing Broken Bow, Nebraska.
Bill graduated from St Mary s High School, Law-
ton, Oklahoma, where he was valedictorian of his
class. As PhM2, he served in the Navy for over two
years at the Naval Hospital in Dublin, Georgia. He
attended Cameron Iunior College at Lawton, Okla-
homa and was awarded the Freshman Chemistry
Award in 1948. Billy was Historian of Delta Sigma
Delta, 1951-52, and Treasurer, 1952-53. He also be-
longs to Phi Theta Kappa, Newman Club, and Knights
of Columbus. He is 26 and married Marzelle in August,
1951. His hobby is golf, and his fame includes a
hole-in-one on the Park Valley course. His permanent
address is 1314 Euclid, Lawton, Oklahoma.
GEORGE R. DACHS. B.S.. D.D.S.
George is the senior of the Seniors and will grad-
uate at 35. His home is Deer Lodge, Montana, and
before coming to Nebraska he attended Powell County
High School at Deer Lodge and Carroll College at
Helena. George served with the Navy from 1941 to
1946, spending time in the Submarine Force, Pacific
Flcct, and in Naval Flight Training. He and Helen
were married in 1945, and their children are Cherie,
8, Nancy, 6, and Terrence, 5. George is affiliated
with the Zips, and his hobbies include hunting, fishing,
skiing, and skating. In his Senior year he was awarded
the S1000 Walter Miller Scholarship and has appeared
several times on the Honor's Convocation.
EGAN W. DRENKER, B.S.M.S., M.S., D.D.S.
Egan's home town is Lincoln, but he graduated
from high school in Pleasantville, N. Y. From 1943 to
1946 he served with the Manhattan District Corps of
Engineers, and at Oak Ridge, Tenn. He attended both
the Universities of Idaho and Nebraska, taking his
B.S.M.E. and MS, degrees. He and his wife, Barbara,
married in 1945, have two boys, Bill, 7, and Ieffrey, 4.
Drink is esteemed as the dentist's answer to Culbert-
son and plays bridge with genuine enjoyment. He is
a member of Xi Psi Phi, Phi Gamma Delta, and the
following honoraries: Sigma Xi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau
Sigma, and Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Egan is 33 years
old, and his permanent address is Twin Falls, Idaho.
VICTOR R. FLOHR. D.D.S.
Vic's home is at Gering, Nebraska, and he at-
tended high school there. After his service in the
Army, he attended Scottsbluff Iunior College where he
took his pre-dental training. After his acceptance into
Dental College he became affiliated with Xi Psi Phi
fraternity. Vic's friendly smile was always ready to
greet his classmates as he efficiently handled the gown
supply. Vic, who is 32 at graduation, was married to
Wanda in September, 1946, and they have two Chil-
dren, Gregory, 6, and Pamela, 4. His permanent ad-
dress is 1340 7th St., Gering, Nebraska.
RAYMOND L GROVE. AB.. D.D.S.
Alliance 'is Rays home, where he attended Al-
uance High before going to Doane College. At Doane
he got an AB degree and a wife, Dorothy, whom he
married in May of 1950. Ray, 26, is a Zip and served
the fraternity enthusiastically as Social Chairman. His
hobby is cards, more specifically, bridge, and he was
usually seen at the first table dealt. Throughout dental
school Ray carried the lowest bass notes for the quar-
tet boys. lf anyone has noticed his cadence counting
while condensing arnalgams, it's just that he's get-
ting in practice for his military service as soon as
he graduates. He can always be reached by mail in
care of R. B, Williams, 128 So. 69th, Omaha, Nebraska.
THOMAS L. HOLSCHER. 'D.D.S.
One of our few classmates from Wyoming, Torn,
25, graduated from Casper High School and Casper
Iunior College, where he received his pre-dental train-
ing. He is a member of the Zips and holds a reserve
commission as Znd. Lt. in th U. S. Air Force. His
post-graduation plans will include a couple of years'
service before entering into private practice. Tom
is an ardent sports fan, having a great interest in
present and past teams and players. His hobby is
fishing, and his permanent address is l43 W. 13th.
ROBERT G. HOWARD. B.S.. D.D.S.
Bob was born at Ashland, Nebraska, and grad-
uated from Shelton High School in 1944. He served
in the Infantry at Camp Robinson, Arkansas, 1945-46.
Bob attended the University of Michigan in Detroit
before returning to Nebraska for his pre-dental work.
He is best remembered for his fine piano playing in
various programs. Bob is 27 a member of the Ma-
sonic Lodge and Xi Psi Phi, and held the offices of
Chief Herald, 1951-52, and Treasurer. 1952-53. He was
on the Honors Convocation two years and received
two Regents' Scholarships. His future plans are in-
definite except that he plans to marry Darleen at
graduation. Permanent address: cfo Glenn W.
Howard, 727 East 4th St., Hastings, Nebraska.
R. WENDELL IOHNSON. B.S., D.D.S.
Youngest man of the graduating class is Wendell,
who is 23. Wendell's home town is Lincoln where he
graduated from Lincoln High in 1948. He is a second
Lt. in the Air Force Reserve and will spend two years
in the service. Wendell and Norma exchanged vows
in August of 1953. He has been active in his fraternity,
Delta Sigma Delta, and held th-e office of Scribe during
his Iunior year. He was also Class Treasurer during
that year. He has maintained a high average and
for two years has appeared on the Honor Roll. Wen-
dell's favorite department is Operative, and a few of
his hobbies are bridge, hunting, fishing, and whistling.
ROBERT B. KELLY, A.B., B.S., D.D.S.
Bob's permanent address is 1639 Ardath St., Wich-
ita Falls, Texas. He attended Oklahoma University
before Coming to Nebraska where he has received his
BA and BS degrees, Bob has remained high scholas-
tically in his class, having received three Regents'
Scholarships and appearing on Honors Convocation
twice. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi
Eta Sigma honorary fraternities, and Xi Psi Phi and
Acacia. Bob married Margaret in December of 1950,
and their daughter, Diane, is now one year old. Bob's
hobby is playing bridge, and his favorite department
is Prosthetics. He holds a reserve commission of En-
sign CHPP in the Navy.
TACK M. KNODLE. B.S., D.D.S.
Iack's from Bozeman, Montana, and he attended
Gallatin County High School, graduating in 1945. Dur-
ing the years 1945-46, lack served in the Navy, spend-
ing time in Maui, Hawaii. After his discharge he took
a BS degree from Montana State College at Bozeman,
where he studied his pre-dental work. Iack, 27, was
awarded a Regents' Scholarship for his Senior year
and is a member of Xi Psi Phi and Masonic Lodge.
He has been prominent in many school activities hav-
ing played on sports teams, sang in the Freshman
quartet, and participated in programs with his famous
violin. lack and Millie were married in August, 1948.
His favorite department is Prosthetics, and his hobbies
include music and flying. His permanent address is
418 W. Babcock, Bozeman, Montana.
I. MYRON LANSPA. B.S.. D.D.S.
I. Myron is from the center of the Bohemian Alps,
Brainard, Nebraska, where he attended Brainard High.
Mike attended the University of Nebraska where he
got his BS degree. He is a member of the Zips and
Sigma Chi. Mike will be remembered as the fanciest
dribbler of the Dental College Basketball team and
for his pertinent and timely remarks and sayings
throughout Dental College. He is 29 and has no
definite post-graduation plans made as yet. His hob-
bies are baseball and fishing, and his permanent
address is Brainard, Nebraska.
THOMAS E. LUDWICK. B.S.. D.D.S.
Tom, who is President of the Senior Class, is
a local Lincolnite and graduated from Lincoln High.
He took his pre-dental training here at the University
of Nebraska. Lud is a Delta Sigma Delta, and ac-
tive sportsman, having participated on the class base-
ball and basketball teams. He is 24 and married
lane in Iune of 1950. They have a son, Paul Iames,
one year old. Tom's father, the late Dr. Paul G.
Ludwick, was a former instructor at the College of
Dentistry in the Department of Orthodontics, which,
logically enough, is Tom's favorite department. Torn
holds an Ensign HP Naval Commission, and intends
to serve for two years after graduation. His perma-
nent address is 3211 So. 30th, Lincoln, Nebraska.
MILTON MAISEL. A.B.. B.S.. D.D.S.
Milt, 26, was born in Omaha and graduated from
Omaha South High School in 1945. He then entered
the Army Medical Corp and was stationed in Salz-
burg, Austria. After his discharge Milt entered Creigh-
ton University in Omaha, and later received his AB
degree from U. of N. He is a member of Zeta Beta
Tau and Xi Psi Phi, and served as Editor during
1953-54. He also is Vice President of the Senior
Class. Milt indicates his favorite department as Oral
Surgery, and his practice may eventually be limited
to that field. He has been active in Dental College
sports, and devotes his spare time to the hobby of
photography. His permanent address is 94l West
7th Pl., Los Angeles, California.
T. LAWRENCE McKEE. IR.. B.S..
Larry is 25 years old and a native of Utah.
His home is at Price where he attended Carbon
Senior High School. His pre-dental education was
taken at Brigham Young University where he earned
his BS degree. His dental fraternity affiliation is
with Delta Sigma Delta, and he held the office of
Ir. Page for that organization during the 1951-52 term.
He is also Class Secretary of the Senior Class. Larry
and Ioan were wed in August, 1952, and their daugh-
ter, Kathi Lee, will be one year old this year. Larry
has shown especial interest in the department of
Orthodontics, and his present plans are to take grad-
uate training in that field. He can be contacted by
mail in Care of Dr. W. W. Carveth, 3003 So. 31, Lin-
ROBERT B. MARGRAVE. B.S.. D.D.S.
Mars Comes from Wahoo, Nebraska. He at-
tended High School there and graduated in 1948.
His pre-dental requirements were earned at the Uni-
versity of Nebraska. Bob at present holds a Reserve
Naval Commission as Ensign HP. Consequently, his
post-graduate plans will include a hitch in the Navy
for two years. Bob and Ardelle were married at
Christmas-time of 1951, and their son, Richard, is
one year old. Bob is a member of Xi Psi Phi and
Newman Club, and is Treasurer of the Senior Class.
His favorite dental department is Crown and Bridge,
and his hobby is devoted to photography. His per-
manent address is 528 E. 14th, Wahoo, Nebraska.
GORDON F. MCKENZIE, B.S.. D.D.S.
Gordon graduated from Havelock High School
in 1940 and immediately went into service, spend-
ing from 1940 to 1945 in the Army Air Corps in
the European Theater of Action. Mac returned tc his
home in Lincoln and attended the University of Ne-
braska for his Arts and Sciences training, taking a
BS degree. He is a member of Delta Sigma Delta
Fraternity. His wife's name is Glendine, and they
were married in November, 1947. Gordon has many
interesting hobbies, which include photography, an-
thropology, collecting antiques and stamps, and hunt-
ing and fishing. His permanent address is 6929 Bal-
lard, Lincoln, Nebraska.
IOHN E. MCREYNOLDS, B.S., D.D.S.
lohn was born at Ashland, Nebraska, and grad-
uated from High School there. He served in the
Army between 1946 and 1948 as a dental technician
at the War College in Washington, DC. He studied
pre-dent at Nebraska. Mac is married, having ex-
changed vows with Io Ann in April of 1953. He
is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Xi Psi Phi, and the
Masonic Lodge. Iohn was among the leaders in
organizing the present class when they first entered
Dental College. He was President of the Sophomore
Class, and Vice President of the Zips, 1953-54. Mac
has been active on the sports teams throughout col-
lege and participated in many programs by singing
in the quartet. His plans are to take further work
after graduation in Pedodontics, and his permanent ad-
dress is Route 2, Ashland, Nebraska.
ARDEN V. MEANS, B.S.E.M., A.B.. B.S., D.D.S.
Ardie came from Scottsbluff, Nebraska, and grad-
uated from Lincoln High. He is 27 and served in
the Navy as an Engineering Officer his tour of duty
including Atlantic, Europe, D-Day, Pacific, Bikini Atom
Tests, and lapanese Occupation. He attended the
University of Nebraska, and now holds an Ensign
HP Commission. His wife is Patricia Lou, and they
were married in March, 1951. Ardie is a four year
football letterman, a member of "N" Club, Sigma
Chi, and Xi Psi Phi. He served as President of the
Freshman Class and did much in leading the group
when they first entered Dentistry. His main dental
interests center in Oral Surgery and Pedodontics, and
otherwise include geology, poker, and machines. His
permanent address is 2522 Sumner St., Lincoln. Ne-
IOHN E. O'CONNOR. B.S., D.D.S.
Iohn's home town is Chappell, Nebraska, but
he came to Lincoln and finished High School at North-
east. His pre-dental training was taken here at Ne-
braska. He is an Ensign in the Naval Reserve and
plans to spend two years following graduation in
that branch of the service. Iohn is 25 years old and
is often seen with beautiful girls, but to date, he
hasn't made a choice and still remains single. His
dental fraternity is the Zips. Throughout his college
career Iohn has shown an intense interest in surgery
and the medical aspects of dentistry. He has been
active in sports, and played on the basketball team
during his Freshman and Sophomore years.
GORDON E. STARBUCK. B.S.. D.D.S.
Gene is the only native-bom Coloradoan of the
Senior Class, his town being Longmont. He grad-
uated from Longmont High School in 1946 and im-
mediately began service with the Navy. After his
discharge in April, 1948, he started his predental
training at the University of Nebraska. He is a mem-
ber of Xi Psi Phi dental fratemity. He and Alice
were married in November, 1952. He likes every
department of dentistry and plans to start a general
practice in Colorado as soon as he takes the boards
there. Buck is an out-door sportsman and played
on the dental baseball team. His hobby is skiing
His permanent address is 425
the Colorado Rockies.
Sumner St., Longmont,
ROBERT M. STEMM. B.S.. D.D.S.
Bob, who is 30, is from Oklahoma City where
he graduated from Capitol Hill High School. He
entered the service in 1942, and served in the Air
Force, flying the Hump in China, Burma, and India.
He has the Air Medal with three clusters, and the
Distinguished Flying Cross with one cluster. Bob now
holds the rank of Captain in the Air Force Reserve.
He and Melba were married in Iuly, 1946, and now
have two children, Richard, 7, and Rhonda Rae, 4.
Bob is a member of Xi Psi Phi. He has always
been at the top of the class scholastically, and has
been on Honors Convocation for three years, and
has received three Regent's Scholarships. Music and
Golf are Bob's main hobbies.
2 DERYI. D. SWANBOM, B.S.. D.D.S.
Deryl succeeds his brother, father, and two un-
cles in receiving his degree. After his graduation
from Scottsbluff High School Deryl served with the
Army Infantry in Iapan during 1946 and 1947. He
returned to Scottsbluff to attend Iunior College there
for his pre-dental requirements. Deryl has held many
offices which include, Vice President of his Fresh-
man class, President of the Iunior Class. Vice Presi-
dent of his fraternity, Xi Psi Phi, 1952-53, and Presi-
dent of the Ir. ADA during his Senior year. He
has been active in all the entertainments sponsored
by the Dental College, emceeing programs and par-
ticipating in them with his piano talent. He also
claims to have received Steinacher's Gold Cup Award
for Cribbage Excellance for 1953-54.
VERNON H. WAHLEN. A.B.. B.S.. D.D.S.
Vern graduated from Benson High School. He
entered the service in 1942, and until his discharge
in 1945, served with the Amphibious Engineers in
New Guinia and the Phillipines. While in the service
he received a field promotion to Lieutenant. Vern
enrolled in Union College, where he received his
AB degree in 1949, and at the time of his acceptance
into Dental College, was working on his Master's
in Physiology. Red was active in his fraternity, Delta
Sigma Delta, and was President of that organization
his Iunior year. He was also Class Treasurer dur-
ing his Sophomore year. Donna became his wife in
September of 1948. His favorite department is Pro-
ROBERT I. WIEST. B.S.. D.D.S.
Bob's home town is Chappell, Nebraska. He
graduated from Deuel County High School in 1945.
He entered the Army, and spent most of his military
service in Germany before his discharge in 1946.
Whitey is a member of Delta Sigma Delta Dental
Fraternity and the Masonic Lodge. He is remembered
for his quick wit and Jovial smile, and has been active
in sports, playing on the class baseball team. Bob
still belongs to the minority group of class bachelors,
and as yet has not made future plans as to where he
will locate. His hobby is photography.
IAMES E WINCHELL AB BS D.D.S.
Iim is the only man in the class from South Da-
kota, his home being at Rapid City, where he grad-
uated from High School. From 1944 to 1945 he served
in the Signal Corp of the 12th Army Group, and was
stationed at Verdun, France and Wiesbaden, Germany.
Iim took an AB degree from Nebraska before entering
Dental College. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega
and Xi Psi Phi. Iim has been extremely active in his
fraternity, the Zips, serving as Secretary, 1952-53, and
President, 1953-54. Iim and Mary Helen have been
married since August of 1947. He enjoys outdoor
activities and has hunting and golfing for his hobbies.
His permanent address: cf o Dr. R. I, Hinman, Wymore,
enior elaine iotory
Our class first gathered together in the Dental Library in the Fall of 1950,
32 bewildered, embryonic dentists. We all met in the Freshman lab to carve
whistles out of chalk and take the entrance exams, but thank goodness they
didn't count! But we found out right away how fortunate we were to be
freshmen. It was a very rosy picture we saw ahead as the Delt's entertained
at Dr. Iohnston's home, and the good doctor won thirty-two votes for host of
the year. Our next social function was the Zip rush party at the Italian Vil-
lage. How soft could it have been? .... We had already heard about the
sweat-sessions on Mondays at 4: with Dr. Blake, which got off to a flying start
with the question, "What is Histowogy, Mr. Means?" .... Our first demo-
cratic move was the mutual decision to wear suits and ties for Hooper's Happy
Hour, where we first met never-to-be-forgotten Poor Ol' lim .... Our class
ioirled the lr. ADA 100041 this year! .... There is really nothing to carving a
tooth after you convince yourself that it's hidden in that block of plaster, and
remember, fellas, we want nice rounding curves .... The important thing to
remember about anatomy is that one man will disect while the other one
reads .... Margrave had to accompany the guys on the Derby Run in order
to maintain peace and dignity .... The only thing that got us to anatomy
lab early was the little red-head in the pickle jar .... We got the sixty-four
dollar questions thrown at us in the Cancer Test and came out of it high in
the nation. No wonder we're tired! We burned ourselves out too early ....
Dr. Steinacher scanned the class for prosthetics men and poker players, and
set the basis for our next four years with, "lust use whatever works best in
your own hands." .... Brown still believes that lower first molar roots are
attached buccolingually, and signs all drawings as Rembrandt .... The tui-
tion includes books and equipment, but the really important things, poop
sheets, come extra .... lohn Wunder's bookie business always got underway
with the beginning of the football seasons .... Iack admits that Millie can
throw him two falls out of three, but that's no disgrace since she's an ex-
professional! ,... Mikes main function was to "keep the faculty loose" by
Hiust chippin' " .... Our first casualties were Dean Tait and Dean Batchelder.
They were fine boys and we missed them.
Many were the gallons of midnight oil consumed during our infamous
Sophomore year, the year of tests, lab notebooks, and tests. lt was during
this year that we took six weeks to put on three rubber dams and do a prophyl-
axis, a return to the ancient treatment of blood letting .... Dentoforms, re-
casting inlays, and learning the art of rolling gold foil took up most of our
time .... In spite of the books, we had time for some parties, too. One of
the most memorable was at Ludwick's before Christmas vacation, where Vic
became so well acquainted with Dr. Lynn .... Mr. Lindgren was left in the
dark the day McReynolds unscrewed all the light bulbs before a test, and
what a haze of cigar smoke! .... "Don't ya see?" .... O'Connor did much
medical research, and gave the instructors a lot of assistance in organizing
their lectures with leading questions such as, "Well, I don't know, but--" . . . .
And the easiest way is to mix the ooey gooey mess by holding the bowl against
your tummy .... Corrales was hailed as the most accomodating slide pro-
jectionist of the year .... McReynold's whispers usually kept Bessey Hall
quite disturbed, since he didn't realize how his own voice carried through the
corridors .... Penny pitching and rushing for back-row seats became the
most popular sports .... And there wasn't a man in the class who didn't
know from memory every one of the 50 indications and 125 contra-indica-
tions .... What are you doing, Winchell, leading dogs around? lt's a
shoulder, not a collar! .... With our practiced calm and confidence, we
eagerly met our first patients, anxious to subject them to all of our newly ac-
quired talents .... That's a nice preparation, now drop it into dentin ,... Bob
Aarvig was with us only part of this year, when his health decided he'd
better slow down.
After a session of summer school to catch up and recuperate, we were
all thankful to be rid of most of the B. S. courses tBasic Sciencesl. It took
us a while to wean ourselves from benzedrine and caffeine, but we finally got
used to being normal healthy upper-classmen. We met things new and
diffe-rent in dental courses .... SW-4, 5-5154, 5-516, 5'f2-6, birth .... We were
all fascinated by the study of the Greenwood family tree, but just exactly
what happened in dentistry during each generation we were never able to
find out ..., Some people like to laugh at their own jokes, and some people
like to laugh at people laughing at their own jokes. Remember the day
Ardie wore his bright red shirt? "Here comes the firechief, ha, ha, ha." . . . .
In our Iunior year, most of us thought about mending our ways, for we began
to suspicion that some teachers didn't go for apple-polishing, particularly Dr.
W. W. tAnyhow, he said something to that effect.l .... Everyone expected
the market to be flooded with Drangsholt's H. P. ttrade-narnel cavity liner after
the lectures about the controversial advantages and disadvantages of silver
nitrate over calcium hydroxide, or was it the other way around? .... Capek's
pedo patient kept insisting that she had to go to a party, so the child was told
to go ahead, and she did - all over the floor .... Our class sponsored the
traditional Dental College Picnic, and faculty and fellow classes agreed with
us that a new high in Dental College Picnics had been attained .... Another
Lanspa chip: "You laid it, George, now hatch it." .... We were seasoned clinical
veterans by this time, but that first block still had us a little apprehensive.
We vibrated the needle into tissue and accused the patient of shaking, a
game called Who's Scared, You or Me? .... This year saw a shift in faculty.
Dr. Knapp took over the Diagnosis Department, and Operative lost Dr. Lynn
to Crown and Bridge.
The beginning of the Senior year brought our class back to strength with
the addition of Claire Bott and Gordon McKenzie. Tiger Wes decided to
drop back and re-group so that our count stood at 30 .... The Surgery De'
partment was strengthened by the addition of thirty brilliant new Oral Sur-
geons .... Don't touch me, I'm sterile! .... Does anyone have any extra
primary Class ll's they don't need? .... One of the great features of the
Senior year was the three week vacation of sleep and bridge at the hospital.
. . . Every Wednesday at 8: there was a stimulating presentation of "What's
My Line." Anyone care to venture a diagnosis? .... We began doing that
ever popular creation, the Class III foil. Everyone seemed to be doing fine
until we got to the foil knife, which for a long time we thought was a type
of excavator .... The day before Christmas Vacation began, Vernie tried
a new experiment in the field of hybrids, trying to breed a Plymouth with the
Mo. Pac. Eaglet. It was rather rough at first, but everyone was glad to have
him rejoin us in February .... The big event of Ianuary was the Clinical
Exams, resulting in 15 incompletes. Dr. Keys wore a black suit and long
face for days after .... lt got to the point that you hated to answer the tele-
phone for fear another insurance agent was calling .... Early one Tuesday
morning during the regular presentation of "l've Got a Secret" with Whisper-
ing Sam, the question was asked, "Is Margrave enrolled in this course?"
Seems the Star Route to Wahoo-oo was a little late that morning .... We
didn't need to plan many parties this year for they were taken care of by
the dental supply men. However, one very successful party was the all
school stag at the Village. At the end of the punch line of one fine joke Milt
pipes up, "Was that pork Kosher?" .... A new enterprise was started in the
lab, the Black Market in pink base plate wax .... l wear my new dentures
all the time, Dr. McReynolds, except when I eat .... Egan: Now if Grove had
played the Oueen instead of the lack, and if Kelly hadn't had the King-- . . . .
Yo'all are good doctors. You doesn't hurt rne, you ies' scares me to deathl
. . . . Grove: Who says there's no such thing as a planned family! lust check
the Senior Class .... What does a mouse's ear have to do with Oral Pathol-
ogy, anyhow? .... The following honor awards have been announced and we
are very proud of each one of the men who received them: American Society
of Dentistry for Children Awards - William A. Corrales, Iohn E. McReynolds:
Omicron Kappa Upsilon Awards - George R. Dachs, Egan W. Drenker, Robert
M. Stemm, Deryl D. Swanbom. 31
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Second Rowe-Thomas, Smith, Lawrence, Maxe, Evans, Logan.
Third Row-Mendenhall, Iones, Eastep, Harley, Rader.
Fourth Row-Crownover, Vrtiska, Lippstreu, McCabe, Greer, Iohansen
Front Row-Most, Wood, Seale, Gilbert, Best, McNamee.
Not Pictured-Aarvig, Parker, Pattison, Singer.
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Second RowHKuernrner1in, Sintek, Blank, Sprecker.
Third Row-Moreland, Lotgreen, Byers, Gerner, Sheneman.
Fourth Bow-eKitt1ernan, Hadenfeldt, Harris, Gibbs.
Fifth Row-Kubota, Good, Bartlett, Kieny, Moriarty.
Front Bow-Wieland, Cartney, Plihal, Meyer.
Not Pictured-Burton, Huey, Cech.
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Second Row-Barlow, White, Mosher, Stokos.
Third RoWiBrunrneier, Holms, Rosenou, Schilling, Ellison.
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In 1899, in a successful effort to raise the dentists' preparation for the
profession above the level of mere apprenticeship dentistry, the late Dr. W.
Clyde Davis organized a select class of men and the Lincoln Dental College
came into existence. A three-year course, embracing the study of basic
sciences as well as clinical dentistry, was offered. The College, with Dr. Davis
sewing as dean, was located at 15th and O Streets in Lincoln. In 1904 this
college became associated with the University of Nebraska as the School of
Dentistry. lt was later moved to the Varsity Building and in 1919 was desig-
nated a College of Dentistry by the State Legislature. With the end of World
War I the curriculum was changed to four years and degrees of Doctor of
Dental Surgery, Bachelor of Science, and Master of Science were offered.
ln 1922, with the resignation of Dr. Davis, the late Dr. George A. Grubb
became the dean of the college, serving in this capacity to 1938, when he
resigned. It was in 1938 that the college was moved from the Varsity Building
at 13th and P Streets to its present site in Andrews Hall.
.In 1939 the college began its present expansion program with its new
dean, Dr. B. L. Hooper. New courses, equipment, and staff were added and
the college began its swift climb in the leadership of dental education. Dur-
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program and the Army Specialized Training Program.
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widely acclaimed in the profession. Dr. B. L. Hooper, dean since 1939, is a
dental educator, author, lecturer, inventor, and research investigator of in-
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from 1923 to 1939, and as Chairman of the Department of Dental Science
from 1939 to the present. It is under Dr. Hooper's guidance that a new
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