University of New Mexico School of Medicine - Khatali Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)

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?K 13 A E A :5 31 Khata li- Hatalih -thc: ancient N avajo Indian word for Medicine Man proudly presents UNM Medicine Men, 1969 r W THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 87106 1 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Admlulons and Student Niall! March 15, 1965 William Osler. IV 1237 Huntington's Chorea Baltimore, Maryland zip zip Dear Mr. Osler: It is my pleasure to inform you that your application has received favorable recommendation from the committee on admissions, and you are hereby offered a seat in the class of 1969 beginning instruction this September. This admission is, of course, contingent upon your satisfactory completion of this current semester. Should you receive any grade below a "C" this semester, your application will be subject to review by the committee. WE will be mailing you further particulars concerning registration and preregistration written reviews next month as these plans are not yet final. If you desire to attend UNM please remit a $50.00 deposit within the next ten days to reserve your seat. This will be credited towards your first semester tuition. Should you have any further questions concerning your matriculation, this office will be open half time for your convenience. Wishing you the best of success for your medical career I am, Sincerely yours, w 4M4 yr u 7y xWZMVurMy ilk??? 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Reginald H. Fitz, III, M.D. Recipient of the First Annual John Shaw Billings, Award 1968 $ ': : THE JOHN SHAW BILLINGS AWARD THE FIRST 0F rms ANNUAL AWARD IS PRESENTED BY THE GRADUA 77va CLASS 0FL968 70 REGINALD H. FITZ, M.D. IN RECOGNITION OF HIS OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO MEDICAL EDUCATION IN THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO. JOHN SHAW BILLINGS WAS AN INNOVATOR. HIS CONTRIBUTIONS WERE MANIFOLD AND INCLUDED THE ORGANIZATION OF THE NATIONAL MEDICAL LIBRARY AND THE ARMED FORCES INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY; HE DESIGNED THE INDEX MEDICUS AND THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL. IT IS IN THE SPIRIT OF SUCH SERVICE TO MAN, MEDICINE AND THE NATION THAT THIS AWARD IS PRESENTED AND IT IS OUR INTENT THAT SUCH ACHIEVEMENT BE PUBLICLY REWARDED. PAGE 4 Robert S. Stone, M.D. Dean George M. Boyden, M.D. Asst. Dean, Postgraduate Education James R. Gay, M.D. Diane I. Klepper, M.D. Asst. Dean, Administration Amt: Dean . ' Student A 17am, Admzmon: PAGE 3 ANATOMY ' ' "A. I. Ladman, Ph.D. Prof. 6'7 C haz'rman L. M. Napolitano, PhD. Prof. Alas Poor Yorick! N. I. Adamo, PhD. T. I. Leppi, Ph.D. Asst. Prof. L Asst. Prof. S. E. Dietert, M.D. . A t. P . I. s. Trler, MD. 5, M F. Mora, M.D. Assoc. Prof. Asst. Prof. BIOCHEMISTRY R. B. Loftflcld, Ph.D. Prof. 62' C hairman F. N. LeBaron, Ph.D. Assoc. Prof. xx WNXXXXSX T. J. Scallen, MD, PhD. L. F. Smith, PhD. Gaynor Wild, PhD. B. M- 370:3?3131113. Asst. Prof. Asst. Research Prof. Asst. Prof- 5: - ' ' PAGE 6 Assoc. Prof. W. R. Hardy, M.D. o D . o 3 M Pro f Trier Assoc. O. Appenzeller, M.D. Assoc. Prof. J. S . R. Simon, M.D. Assoc. Prof. E E m K D E M A. H. Greenhouse, M.D. Assoc. Prof. Acting C Izairmzm D o M 9 . Prof Assoc. 2 :f ,.. :4 ?.0?M ., WW ,7? R. Oseasohn, M.D. Prof. A. N. Longfield Prof. R' H' Fitz, M.D. E. A. Liske, M.D. Asyoc. Prof. DICINE W. s. Lovekin, MD. I . M. Bicknell, MD. R. P. Eaton, M.D. L. Garcia-Bunuel, MD. 1. E. Goss, M.D. Adj. A5500. Prof. A5513 Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. W. G. B. Graham, MD. A. L. Kisch, M.D. E,L,K1ingler, Ir., MD. 3. Libo, Ph.D. A557. Prof. A551. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. 9- 5. Nakai, M-D- W. H. R. Nye, MD. D. L. Palmer, M.D. R. N. Pesch, M.D. B. Porch, Ph.D. Asst. P r of ' A5513. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. R. D. Snyder, M.D. S. W. Thompson, M.D. R. S. Watts, MD. I. K. Conrad, M.D. W. S. Curran, MD. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Adi. Asst. Prof. Adj. Asst. Prof. ; X N. H. Zeller, MD. I mtructor F . W. Watkins, M.D. Instructor D. F. Archibald, M.S.S.W. P. s. Avasthi, M.D. D. I. Klepper, MD- I nstructor I nstmczor Instructor PAGE 8 L. C. McLaren, PhD. . V. Scalett' PhD ' Prof. 6' Chairman I Prof.1 , . SCI TOkUda, PhD. MICROBIOLOGY C. E. Cords, Ila, PhD. T. I. Baker, Ph.D. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE . v vol. 17',ANo. 51 IJHHHIIHIHIIIII W t h'meENT OF HEALTH, ' , Wu WELFARE Fm EingamettMiAj'wce i Asst.Prof. R. Oseasohn, M.D. Irving Miller, Ph.D. Prof. 63' C haz'rmcm HEALTH StxxvmnaAii$cinWAL HtALTH ADMINISTRATION W , K CONTRA. ; WLUENZA . United Sfates Epidemiologic Notes and Reports; : 'x ' L " : Jnfluenxza .. United States . . . . . . , . 469 43$ ' M ' gFOUOqup of Typhoid Fever Outb: , . . 170 Gr 21, 1968, 47 states $111 b, I EIvieaslos ,- Rocky Mount, North Ca . . . r1176 . . - L Zditork Note: Pntzumoniawlnflucnz Q SEISSIPPU have reported: 0113 122 United States Cities . . . . . . . . 469 nzadike illness in the Civili' ummary of Reported Cases of Infc ; . 4T1 currence has been reported in; e in 10 states, and isolated v, 8 IL The states with wideSp Some excess sghool abse i - ' ed in 39 predominantly in; the Middlc um aptates, but only 9 states have r-pore .LH'481SIVQSCh001 T311.Ebucrle,lPh1.Df fie Dixfisionsg whilc the SI, AA.E.vPressmah,M,IOD. enteeism. A few publil NaomiQuerik,Ph.D. 131 1'? Am, Prof. ;and West South Central D Am. Prof. Less and one or more 00116 Instructor statm the least influen za activity. k dismissed classes early for the. Christnms vauxtiun. Ex- ; V Figure 1 0953 industrial absenteeism has been reported in 2? shim INFLUENZA .. UNITED STATES Although some increase in hospital admissions 1x353 PAGE 9 .- V . P. A. Henderson, M.D. E. Zimmermann, M.D. Helmuth Vorherr, M.D. Asst. Prof. P rof. Assoc. Prof. B. N . Branch, M.D. F, Cohn, M.D. R. A. Munsick, M.D. Adl- Immmor Adj. Instructor Prof. 67 Chairman Helmuth Vorherr, M.D. Assoc. Prof. Agamemnon Despopoulos, M.D. Assoc. Prof. T. F. Burks, Ph.D. V. D. Jones, Ph.D. D. V. Priola, PhD. C. T. Spalding, PhD. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. I mtructor PAGE 10 A W77 W. Jordan, MD. . , , x Mario Kornfeld, M.D. T. S. McCohnell, MD. 1 Louise Leonard P .D- Assoc. Prof. 6; C hairman Asst. Prof. x Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. ATHOLOGY xQ Phillip Day, DVM 1 D F R. L. Sophcr, MD. . M. L. Ovitz, M.D. Stanley Weitzncr, M.D. Asst. Prof. . Asst. Prof. I nm-nctor MN w x E. A. Mortimer, IL, M.D. Prof. 6' C hairmcm R. F. Castle, M.D. W. K. Castle, MD. A. H. Cushing, M.D. Assoc. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. W- M-Iyifhgnef M-D- R. D. Snyder, M.D. G. Eisenberg, MD. A. E. Pressman, MD. :5 . r0 . Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. L. G. McMurray, M.D. C. 0- Geil, M-D- Adj. Asst. Prof. Instructor I. A. Browder, M.D. Asst: Prof. D. K. Worden, Ph.D. Asst. Prof. PEDIATRICS PAGE 12 A. Despopoulos, M.D. Assoc. Prof. Sidney Solomon, PhD. Prof. 65' C hairman D- T- Frazier, Ph-D- Michael Pollay, M.D. Albert Ratner, Ph.D. 1- Q. Koenig, PhD. P- G- Simon, Ph-D- A5500 P 7'0f - Asst. Prof, Asst. Prof. Adj. Asst. Prof. I "517145107 B. G. Brogdon, M.D. L D. A. Wolfel, M.D. Prof. 67' C hairman . Assoc. Prof. I. L. Howarth, Ph.D. Q I. D. Shoop, MD. Assoc. Prof. Asst. Prof. C. F. Mueller, M.D. Asst. Prof. PAGE 13 HEAD NUT R. A. Senescu, M.D. ASSORTED NUTS X . . , PhD. S. I. Glover, M.D. , D. T. Goates, M.D. P WM. h, M.D. D. K. Worden, Ph.D. . .333? 1' SSS , L. C. Calkins, RN WWW, , ,1 WWW X 0" Leo Romero, MSW 3 I 3 3 3 , ....... WW A. R. Rustabakke, M.D. x Photo not available Eva Baerwald E. D. Bess R. T. Divett, Ed.D. G- T. Ellison PAGE 15 W W W4 - 7 1, 1-233??? . E.T.Peter,M.p. - I.E.Hendryson,M.D. 1. N. Wilson,M.D. ' ' v . A:5t.Prof.c9 Clzazrman AsmaProf. ,, AsmaProf. RJikgplan'AZD. ' F-MorauM-D- p ' - . w.R-Blakeley,M-D- , . .5 . A:5t.Pr0f. Asst. Prof. . Asst. Prof L. H. Banowsky, MD. I I . ' D. E. Smith, MD. Asst. Prof. L- H- Lackner, M.D. ' . i k L Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof W J.M.Shuck,M.D. x RNPesch MD 3 1W LELbPhD , - - , - - L.M.O t ,M.D. . .' eaver,M.D, . . am , . . A557. Prof. i V A 55L Prof. 145;???ng L x. Adj. Assoc. Prof. Q I X Asst. Prof. SURGERY V PAGE 16 THE UNIVERSITY OF N EW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CLASS OF 1969 WE TRY HARDER William L. Clapp Richard P. Dhanes Casper, Wyo. Albuquerque B.S.-U. of Wyo. B.A.-Bay10r Univ. Internship: Internship: Riverside, Calif., General VAH Los Angeles Rotating St. Medicine David G. Daniels Westport, Conn. B.S.-Trinity College U. of So. Dakota School of Medicine Internship: San Joaquin General Stockton, Calif. Rotating PAGE 17 William E. Doughty Jackson, Wyo. B.S.-U. of Wyo. Internship: BCMCeAlbuquerque St. Pathology John F . Howard Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii U of Oregon Opleidings Instituut vor Het Buidenland, Holland U of Hawaii Internship: Kaiser F oundation San Francisco St. Medicine Glenn L. Gallemore Albuquerque B.S.-UNM Internship: Jarrett L. Galbreth U. of Okla. Presbyterian M.C. Albuquerque Rotatmg B.A.-UNM Internship: Univ. Wash. AH. Hospitals St. Medicine William T. Kelley Albuquerque B.S.-St. Louis Univ. Internship: Philip E. Keen Los Angeles Copnty General Hobbs, N.M. Rotatlng B.S.-UNM Internship: BCMC A1buquerque St. Pathology Michael E. Kilpatrick Reno, Nevada B.A.-Iohns Hopkins Univ. Internship: v . ' Orange, Ca1if., County Hal A. Martin Mlxed OB Carlsbad, N.M. B.A.-Texas Tech. Univ. U. of Texas Internship: USAC-Brooke-San Antonio St. Medicine Gary D. Overturf Silver City, N.M. B.A.-Western N.M. Univ. Internship: BCMC A1buquerquc Baruch D. Rosen Mixed Pediatrics Philadelphia, Pa. B.A.-Temple Univ. N.M. Highland Univ. Internship: Washington Hosp. D.C. Rotating Jack Nobel Birmingham, NJ. B.A.-Dartmouth College Internship: Harlem Hospital N.Y.C. Rotating Judith B. Vaughan Las Vegas, N.M. B.A.-Car1ton College Internship: BCMC-Albuquerque Rotating Anthony Boynton ' . Bernard BuefI'el Sheridan, Wyo. 5- Albuquerque Christopher Catron Edward Curtis Richard Darr Calvin Doner Santa Fe Tucson, Ariz. Basin, Wyo. Tucson, Ariz. Stephen Friedman Margaret Gordon Ronald Harvey Eugene chcan Tucson, Ariz. Tucumcari Phoenix, Ariz. Albuquerque PAGE 20 Steven Komadina Robert Lawrence Carl Lepisto Edward Loker Albuquerque Tucson, Ariz. Albuquerque Milwaukee, Wis. Michael Mauney Jerome Mueller Stephen Nichols Joseph Saiers Albuquerque Albuunrque Los Alamos Albuquerque Lawrence Schimel Allan Wilson Anthony Yegng Portales Albuquerque Tucson, Ariz- I N: x N Colin Arnold . 1' . V V i I . . -' , H Alamagordo . . . arold Burke : x Albuquerque Paul Calhoun Steven Cummin ' gs Dav1d Curb Ierr F 't Albuquerque Hobbs Albuquerque Tucsoill, Arziz. Iflrmes Guiagig Petelr Hansen Thomas Holmes Michael Jenkins ucson, r12. Madlson, Wis. Albuquerque Clayton Stanley Lehman Steven Liston Edward Loebl Patricia C. Nobel Portales Phoenix, Ariz. Linthicum, Md. Seattle, Wash. Richard Otoski Glenn Prentice Rebecca Reyes William Rich Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque Photo not available Robin Russell Don Scott Ernest Takafuji Michael Trainor Nampa, Idaho Albuquerque Oahu, Hawaii Carlsbad Joel Trujillo Burt Umland Edlth Umland ICE WCStCOtt Albuquerque Placitas Los Alamos Albuquerque PAGE 23 Harold Adkison Santa F e Gaither BYnurri University Park Alonzo Drurh ri16nd Albuquerque PAGE 24- Don Apodaca Eddie Benge T or C Lovington FRESHMAN CLASS John Camer on Joyce Carnes Reno, Nevada McMinnville, Ore. Jay eder Carol FelloWs Albuquerque Houston, Texas Carl Bostek Redondo Beach, Calif. Timothy Carte Shelton, Wash. Francis Cagney Carlsbad Ronnie Gamer Presnall Gibbs Robert Green Timothy Halm Carlsbad Clayton Clovis Las Vegas William Henderson Alan Johnson Linda Larson Henry Louderbough Albuquerque Torrance, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Albuquerque f g Virgil McCollum Warren McKelvy John Moorehouse Stanley Padilla Carlsbad Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque Ronald Pennington James RatcliEc James Roth Raymond Sanchez Carlsbad Twin Falls, Idaho Cheyenne, Wyo'. Albuquerque Joseph Schwarting Hobbs PhOto not available Francis Casey Microbiology PhOto not available IOhn Safford Microbiology Bruce Storrs Albuquerque Matthew WaISh Silver City Photo not available Verney sauce PhySiOlOgy Randall Sword Albuquerque Gallup PfCStOn WeSt Reno, Nevada LLOWS ? DaVid Todd Wandall Winn Anchorage, Alaska Photo not available Iohn Mayo Microbiology Wilbur Williams Pathology Third Lecture Today s6; J. on Hyperthyroidism Three hours on this rat and still no gall bladder Neither rain, nor snow, nor LoftHeld kept him from his appointed rounds Are you in there, Doughty? PAGE 27 William Clapp David Daniels Richard Dhanes QuRRANrmE COuNTY HEnL'n-I DEPT. TYPHom raven William Doughty Jarrett Galbreth Glenn Galemore NOW SHONIMG ELMER G smamc BuRT LANC John Howard Philip Keen William T. Kelley PAGE 28 ,culi ,d , ??Iyzjz Jack Nobel cai tipiz 1 1 Judy Vaughan Zu For two cents I In 265-7985 n e t m m R M h 1 m a r a H B Truly Nolan 10I1 id Reed Dav USAF-NMANG lssing in Act Mike Kilpatrick Gary Overturf Cpt M It,s brown letter time Is that how you tic suture? lst place Noon Mile v , 1 wifm ? , ? Is THAT your resident? Go NADS Go PAGE 30 6 ' 4767 Mo VMMM HCY: SCOtt! Q No, No, Robert, your office '3 down the hall now You got another one. 9 '9 ' ' 1 I got it calibrated. What do you mean the dog died? Grab my cup one more time and POW M max NVM- MW i 3001bs.! Back to Yogurt for lunch Don, are you sure this is the way to repair the football? PAGE 31 W A W? 7 l WWWXWW WW W WW VWW rwmmoy WW I.WI IWIWWWIWIKI WWW WW L 7 77K - W j i 2 7M myziggw 4W7 wwr, , H MWVWMWV4 7W? Z7! , X 7 77 ,1 6m ex W e X Pneumonia Hole I think your dog has a short. But, Doc, the pains are three minutes apart Before I came to school I was a welder II Duce Quit arguing and pick up the ball Now if I were dean . . . Scotch what? PAGE 34 Are you sure the MCHC is 54? Lunchtime! Get the KCl. 11 count the number of 9 Then WC Hogans per square Navajo. Sounds like AI HOW,S your serology P Flunked six in anatomy. Well, yes I was offered an appointment in OB Wu. 0 Y m a W 1.0 m. n m. B L D Got five myself PAGE 35 7? 777772 M , 711W 1 7 77 7 77 777 77 7 W717 77 7 7 7717 77 7 '7 7 1M x New x V 7 , 1 7777 X7777 775w e 1 74 7 7777 17777 77777 7777117 777777 a7 7 777 77777777 77 7 71177?77 77 77 7 7 7 7 ky- xx Preston, stop that! It1s the old ice in the collar trick The pride of ADA V , . 7 71 1W11X7 ' ' 77x 77 X ,7 71X , 777 77777777 7 77777777777777??? . 77 77M 1W7 W717 X, 7.7 177727771777 77. 772: 77 , , 77777 77 ,7 7 , 17 7 177 7777777 Lees revolt PAGE 36 PAGE 37 S Our budget has forced some sharing of equipment Solomon,s F olly ipped Beethoven OK. who 51 Fifth in With the heart records? , L v .v h y , ,V WW? a D k d w w T and Twecdle Dum I think I have the Sopher Syndrome t , Nwmhx Khsktxtx, E z t. 1 to me. me to you, me w s Saik Maybe 1' but , Dearly beloved, we are gathered here to . . . It I don,t know how that grass got on my desk icker P 0 Mrs Br lson Four Hermans dog, iva 1a Compar This your V t write 1t. V ,7; .xxvawu 0w , idn, P. ne. me. mhA L 06 9ng .dmh, Mam hws th y The case of the weak I told you Papper d wThose who compare themselves among themselves is my 1irst Why? 1n 1t Where are you? yes Maybe Hong Kong? 9 ital Lobotomy, Bubble-top rides aga PAGE 38 Well orb Thyroid? I thought it was lactating breast. Tis hal leths work the double post and give and go on the baseline Monday Morning Already? Sleeping at the scope again, Trujillo? legw. t .. Tiptoe Through the Tulips . . . Wea mecZwme tz'm Wbll $6 a Medical 145506214 , 7 ., M KM a ,5 E m m D $E MM F $0 mmm 0 mH SC S M N U 0 a v MwMme 4?, m, , z QM June Is Bustin, Out All Over S N m T A L U T A R G N O C WmmammMMWmcf Waftkemfmcf Bermlz'llo Comfy We WWMp PAGE 40 - Kidygczm Manor - Livingroom Double Bedroom AN OUTSTANDING Pragrcssivc 6am 6mm A completely modern facility which provides the ideal environment for the care, comfort and rehabilitation of post-operative, long term and geriatric patients. Each room is completely climatized for summer and Winter with individual thermostats. Nursing care is pro- vided by registered nurses Who are on duty TWENTY-FOUR HOURS a day, 7 days a week. 265-8051 2441 Ridgecrest Drive, S.E. Albuquerque Surgery elective in Carlsbad , 1 M Anatomic Discovery of the Year Gears of the Sodium Pump Complete OfEce Planning Service Taylor Imtmxmeat 631190411424 66$ MICROSCOPE J. SKLAR MFG. CO., INC. WELCHVALLYN Souleeslem Su;gical supp g Q MIDLAND E-LPASO PHOENIX ALBUQUERQUE TUCSON CONGRATULATION S SENIORS A1 Hurt 55 Associates Suite 1104 First N ational Bank Blclgv East Phone 268-6713 QInngratulatinna Swainra frnm PHYSICIANS NATIONWIDE, INC. E. Eugene McCurdy REGIONAL VlCE-PRESIDENT Qualifying Member 1969 Million Dollar Round Table Phone 265-5676 Dept. of Surgery Outpatient Clinic CONGRATULATIONS SEN I ORB New Mexico Chemical-Surgical C0. I407 UNIVERSITY BLVD., N.E.-P.O.BOX 255 Phone 247-8808 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 87l03 mints CARL M. GROVE, JR., R.Ph. HOSPITAL 8x GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE Phone 344-7978 3 M'Ww 1;wa UNM School of Medicine Bldgs. 4, 5, 6, 7, . . . THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 87106 SCHOOL or MEDICINE Admluions and Student AHuln Alumni office July 15, 1969 William Osler, IV,M.D. Parkland Memorial Hospital 5404 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, Texas Zip Zap Dear Doctor Osler, It is with great pleasure that I note that you were a member of the second graduating class of the UNM School of Medicine. Now that you have graduated you own the distinction of being among the first alumni of our institution. It is our intention to organize a local alumni chapter in Dallas in the near future. Such organization is, of course, contingent upon your remaining in the Dallas area for the coming year. We will be mailing you further particulars concerning chapter organization meetings and our program of continuing evaluation next month as these plans are not yet final. If you desire affiliation with the UNM Alumni Chapter please remit a $50.00 deposit within the next ten days to reserve your membership. This will be credited towards your chapter's memorial fund for the coming year. Should you have any further questions concerning your alumni status, this office will be open half time for your convenience. wishing you the best of success for your medical career I am, Sincerely yours, nay; mbv MN ' ' . .-.s ' "-4.4.-.w... ... . - -- K: gimeuzwAW1W M5, V ,. f 57:34:??wa 42: p- Cover Dcsign-Bill Monpetit Photography-uSteve Liston Art-Hal Martin Phil Keen


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