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

 - Class of 1970

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SIMON, M.D. He was selected by the seniors from among their six outstanding nom- inees, three of whom - through no coincidence whatsoever - were involved in the hematology teaching blocks. Dr. Simon was born in Karlsruhe, Germany, and moved to this country at age 9. Raised in San Francisco, he attended theIUniversity of Califor- nia at Berkeley and received his MD. from Harvard. After an internship at Boston City and residency training at Stanford, he worked with the National Institute of Health's arthritis program. Dr. Simon spent nearly five years at the University of Wash- ington's medical school before becoming one of the first members of the UNM Department of Med- icine. His organization of hematology training has won him the respect of his colleagues and the ad- miration and gratitude of his students. Previously honored in The Khatali, with what was then known as the John Shaw Billings Award, were Drs. REGINALD FITZ i1967-68i and ROBERT SENESCU i1968-69i. We feel it a privilege to be able to add the name of Dr. ERNEST SIMON to this distinguished list. V Xi . Gay, M.D. Dean zstant James R Ass i7 Peanuts Intern Matching Party Q.I.M.PJ Stone,M.D. Dean at the Second Annual n O U a r t m m Robert S. Adm , ? ixxz i , W . A visit to Diane I. Klepper, M .D., Assistant Dean, for Student Affairs Oh, you need another loan, uDr. Klepper, therek a first year 111111, ML Williams? student here trying to squeeze blood out of a turnip? HI! T?ll hjm the Tu-rnip will see Hmmm . . . We should be able : . . and don,t spend it all h1m m a few mmutes? to juggle ten or twelve dollars 1n one place? out of petty cas T When I Grow Up . . . KY g 120 of: MANY U! WERE I AM A . C-EOCOcCYx dALlFOBNIANUS' Y.E . MWWW WWW W W Hzaiy "WW W I WA ' ' ' bf fr A' ,x . L, f w MM' h'w ' 5.5 A" ,x'x Ar' V I ,x'x Ab A" ,K' Thomas M. J ones Albuquerque Joshua Kaufman Denver, Colorado Kathryn S. Keith Albuquerque John F. J . Kempf New York, New York Judith A. iEdman GIrlsbad James F. Leckman Albuquerque John M. Leitch Los Angeles, California Joseph P. Leonard Albuqueruqe Mary M. Loehr San Jose, California John F. J . Kempf New York, New York Judith A. iiidman Carlsbad James F. Leckman Albuquerque Thomas M. J ones Albuquerque Joshua Kaufman Denver, Colorado Kathryn S. Keith Albuquerque John M. Leitch Los Angeles, California Joseph P. Leonard Albuqueruqe Mary M. Loehr San Jose, California 4 7x 7 , X, Douglas M. Peterson Kansas City, Missouri Jacqueline P. Reynolds Albuquerque Michael S. Riley Dennis E. Ready Albuquerque Franklin D, Perry Marvin R. Palmer Albuquerque Albuqueruqe Thomas B. Pettit John J , Pleyte Deming Albuquerque XXXXxg: and study session Arturo M. Sidransky Jeffrey M. Ross John J . Ryan Carlsbad Albuquerque Typical flrst-year lecture n 0 k .1 W.w pm we ou r d0; OU ow WA Michael H. Trujillo California J ay Michael Straight Albuquerque Albuquerque Robert A. Williams San Francisco, Alonzo C. Atencio, Ph.D Assistant Professor Leslie F. Smith, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Robert B. L0ftf1eld, Ph.D. Professor 6: Chairman BIOCHEMISTRY Terence J . Scalleh, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor Gaynor Wild, PhD. Assistant Professor . 42, . Research asmstant supreme K9225 W W v 2, w $3.303 xskd' Was? c6 a $5: 90 $.9$ 6 92' '6. V s9 x 3 29 t W693? vaxf kox 0 e3 9 e a 94 00a; '25 gags ?y Beulah M. Woodfin, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Francis N. LeBaron, Ph.D. Professor Filing cabinet for Biochem hand-outs Aaron J . Ladman, Ph.D. Professor cf: Chairman Ieonard M. Napolitano, Ph.D Professor ANATOMY John T. Leppi, Ph.D. Assistant Professor 3? Scott E. Dietert, MD. Assistant Professor Robert O. Kelley, Ph.D. Instructor Norma Jean Adamo, Ph.D Assistant Professor "1 See in y61ir palm a iong and fruitful life, PHYSIOLOGY Albert Ratner, Ph.D. . Assistant Professor M Jane Q. Koenig, Ph.D. Adjunct Assistant Professor Sidney Solomon, Ph.D. Professor cQ Chairman Agamemnon Despopoulos, MD. Professor Michael Pollay, M.D. Gerald K. Weiss, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Assistant Professor RMACOLOGY George D. Wyse, Ph.D. Visiting Instructor Llpyd Beck, Ph.D. Professor and Chairman M: wa W: Thomas F. Burks, PhD, Vefnon D. Jones, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Donald V.Priola,Ph.D. , V . , M W WW AssistantProfessor ' , ' .. v ? n WWW my, x MVDT GET INVOLVED FHzSE DAYS 0N? The Second 22 22272 2f x22,212,222 22 l , . 2222,22 2222222, , 22,222 . 2,22! 1122222222! 2222222 22,2172 2 , ?.2222; , 2,2222, . 1on Oklahoma , Joyce A. 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Apodaca Truth or Consequences 22 , Texas Presnall G. Gibbs Houston CYayton S w O n e F R 1 ,0 ,T. a C Jay M Feder Albuquerque Ronnle J Garner Chrlsbad x Q F rancis A. Gaffney Carlsbad Robert F. Green Alonzo J . Drummond, Jr. Albuquerque w z X yi, ?,L yo? 7 7' : William G. Henderson Barry. HOIOWitZ Alan C. Johnson Albuquerque Hewlztt, N Y- T arrance, California Linda C. Laron Henry C. Louderbough tricia Josephson ' Denver, Colorado Seattle, Washzngton Albuquerque ?L 7 y W V W W ' X zw ' wa ZXKWyZWw' y Virgil O. McCollum, III Carlsbad Barbara McDougal Warren D. McKelvy Lubbock, T exas Albuquerque m 7 J ohn D. Moorehouse Stanley L. Padilla Cllrlsbad Albuquerque Albuquerque I8 James D. Ratcliffe Twin Falls, Idaho Joseph S. Schwarting Hobbs Randall S. Sword Albuquerque X ; Matthew J.Wa1sh Silver City Rebecca Reyes Albuquerque A. Preston West Reno, Nevada Raym Albuquerque Bruce B. Storrs Albuquerque David W. Todd Gallup Wandall w. Winn Anchorage, Alaska 19 ?, ?y, Am; . ?2 , V L. 762,; ?,?? 5,, Phillip w. Day, D.V.M. W ', Assistant Professor Mario Kornfeld, MD Assistant Professor ' K Robert S. Stone, M.D. j Professor Jerry E. rinker,M.D. Assistant Professor 1 i'nyZ. I I W , ,1, , s ,. 7 . W WWW ' ' ' , ,, W . W ,, 1 Stanley Weltzner,M.D.d Instructor W, W Louise L. Leonard, Ph.D. Assistant Professor WilliamC.Black.M.Dv.g W ,' , . ;,;iAlfred E.McConnell,M.D. Associate Professo - , ; W , , M x ,3 AssistantProfessor Roger L. Sopher, MD. Assistant Professor Gary W. Long, MD. Robert E. Anderson, MD. Assistant Professor Professor and Chairman John A.U1rich, Ph.D. Professor $J z? W g? ?2 Leroy C. Mclareh, Ph.D. Professor 62 Chairman WWW MICROBIOLOGY 4 Joseph V.Scaletti,Ph.D. 1 I ,, V , . ' V ' Thom.as 1- Baker,Ph.D. Professor , , . , - V , Asszstant Professor Carl E. Cords, Ph.D. Sei Tokuda, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Associate Professor Q QfQQQgQQQXQ Q Q, Q QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQHAQQQQ QQQQQQQQ Q, Q QQQ Q, QWQQV Q Q QQQ Q QQ QQQ ? Q Q Q QQQ Q Q Q QQQQQQQQQ Q QQQQQQQQ QVQQ QQQQQQQQQ Q Q QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQ , Q QQQ, QQQ QQQiQQ Q QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQ QQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQ Q Q QQQ QQQ QQ Q Q QQQ QQQ Q Q Q 1 1: 'Va? A LOT OOT Q Q QQQQQQ QQ 0F Tms CA5 5 tSMTEN j AcruAuv Q Q Q QQQ . Q . Q QQQQQQQ Q, Q Q Q QQQQ Q Q Q Q ,Q QQQQQQ Q Q Q Q QQQQ , Q Q Q Q Q QQQMQ Q Q Q Q QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Q QQQ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q QQQQQQ Q Q Q Q Q QQ Q Q QQQ Q Q QQQQQ QQQQXQQQ Q QQ Q Q , Q Q Q . QQQQQ QQ. .xQ l QQQ QQQ x Q Q . Q.. Q Q QQQQQQQ Q Q Q Q QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQ Q ,,Q Q QQMQQQ QQ Q Q Q Q Q , Q . QQ QQQ QQQ .. Q . Q Q Q Q Q .Q . 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Westcott Albuquerque Albuquerque Camera Shy: Donald Montoya Los Angeles, alifomia Berthold E. Umland Robin 0. Russell Wilbur L. Williams Placitas Nampa, Idaho Farmington T hird Year Class Progress Report 1967i 68 . . . we started out slow with inquiring minds, attending all lectures and falling behind . . . First year experiment Motto: iiDonit let anyone get ahead? 1968i 69 . . . the second year started, a breeze at first glance, a then boards were announced and we soiled our pants. Second year experiment thlf itis not on the boards, forget it V 1969l70 . . . with caution we moved to the hospital wards, to sharpen the edge of our clinical swords . . . . . . each service provided new skills to master . . . chief complaint data base . . . and soon we were moving considerably faster! progress note W ith fourth year in sight, things weren? so bad, but deep down inside we all could go mad! , g? 3 D7 tim't 3 David H. Law, MD. Professor M D Professor and Assis Reginald H. Fitz, MD. Professor Loyal L. Conrad 7 Ernest R. Simon, .D. Professor E m m D E M ., MD. Professor 62 Chairman Jr 9 Robert Whang, M D Associate Professor Ralph C. Williams Eugene L.Khng716r;M.D. , . 2' Assistant Professor w 7 " ' L V $ ' ' William R. Hardy, MD. ,7 ,7 ' Associate Professor I . Alexander L. Kisch, MD. Associate Professor 7, Messner, M.D. ' L V " Richard S. Watts, MD. Assistant Professor ' Assistant Professor Daniel H. Gregory, M.D1 Assis tant Professor William H. Nye, MD. Assistant Professor George S. Nakai, MD. .7 , V . '7 Assistant Professor . 7 , RlChal' d D. Lueker, M.D., Assistant Professor John K. Leach, MD. Assistant Professor 2 V , 7 x - Catherine J . Condon, M.D. Assis tant Professor R. Phillip Eaton, MD. 7 H ' A . 1 ,, Assistant Professor Darwm L. Palmer, M.D. Q7 Assistant Professor William G. B. Graham,M.D. Assistant Professor s nine centimeter? 9 e Perry A. Henderson, M.D. Asszsfant Professor , Hurry up - Edward A Zimmerman, M. I Professor $ 3 WW wwwr ; mw moms an BE 9 . So I said, Bear downZ JAM. c n e .m LI. n O C n .1 S S e r t S e w h d .1 d e h s d n a , Ph.D. MD. 2 Associa te Professor Professor 6k Chairman Helmuth Vorherr, MD. Robert A. Munsick Byron G. Brogdon, MD. Professor and Chairman 11111:, is RE Judith L; Simon, MD. Assistant Professor 14 RADIOLOGY ChArles F . Mueller, MD. Assistant Professor Professor 1912-1970 Jon D. Shoop, MD. Assistant Professor m 7' 1 25:1kaan um um,,... mu. .. Raphiel J . Benjamin, MD. Assistant Professor . Ah . . .ah, sure! I was just checking to see if you1d noticeW QXya Naomi Quenk, Ph.D. Instructor Sandra H. Neville, M.L.S. Assistant Librarian Betty Jean Eberle, PhD. Assistant Professor , M.S.L.S. teL ibrarian Elvin D. Bess Associa IrVing Miller, Ph.D. Associate Professor Dn Mm hm." a O m mm Ow nk 60 ban 0 R 44. x a , C V r ; ,, ?, ?gaxwa ygwwi ,2? 7 Zgayg X3, 2 , 2. , . . .Z XKWM ? ? z$ Gar T. Elison, M.L.S. Associate Librarian , g 2? w w 6J$ d7; 4 x444 , 2y Xi ? x? 7 Brown, MD. Assistant Professor rant Librarian is Assistant Professor ilton B Not Pictured Ass Ann E. Pressman, M.D. Ham Robert T. Divett, Ed.D. Associate Professor and Librarian Eva Baerwald, M.S.L.S. Stephen W. Thompson, M.D. Arnold H. Greenhouse, MD. Professor and Chairman Edward A. Liske, MD. Associate Professor .4 Joseph M. Bicknell, MD. Assistant Professor James A. Lewis, M.D. Instructor Associate Professor Otto Appenzeller, MD. Associate Professor Luis Garcia-Bunuel, MD. Assistant Professor Roger N. Pesch, MD. Assistant Professor NEUROLOGY Laurean elch, MD. Assistant Professor Convulsive Disorder patient Ross L. Snyder, Jr., MD. Assistant Professor xx . Robert G. Blachly, M.S. Instructor Ernest T. Suazo, M.Ed. Instructor Robert A. Senescu, MD. Professor 62 Chairman PSYCHIATRY James F. Carlin, M.D.I Assistant Professor v 155 ' cfggdLA x Lester M. Libo, Ph.D ' e Q Leo RomemM-S-W. Associate Professor ' s 0 Q 1 Leonardo Garcia-Bunuel, MD. Assistant Professor Walter W. Winslow, MD. Associate Professor Larry J . Miller, Ph.D. Instructor Robert Kellner, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Professor Robert J. McCarthy, Ph.D. Bill G. Douglas, Ph.D . Instructor Instructor 9V4. 1'1 - Mario Urdane Alexander T. Quenk, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Britton K. RUebush, PhD. Associa te Professor W 0 ta, M.S.W .- ?bow Ins tructgrw aske; 81$ , appetitewbzgg ;e B . , . a Dglbert T. Goates, MD. i$ M7 Alan F'tan'k, MDT Assis tant Professor 10 r Assistant Professor Samuel 1. Glover, MD. Assistant Professor Gerald D. Otis, Ph.D Assistant Professor Catherine Neighb Assistant Professor John R. Graham, MD. Assistant Professor Edward T. Peter, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Professor 8: Chairman Lynn H.W. Banowsky, M.D. William R- Blakeley, MD. Assistant Professor Asszstant Professor SURGERY W. Sterling Edwards, M.D. Irvin E. Hendryson, MD. Professor Associate Professor Ralyh J . Kaplan, M.D. Assis rant Professor Henry L. Lackner, MD. Assistant Professor Lewis M. Overton, MD. Associate Professor thou mean to stand right there and tell me that Feerico Mora, M.D. you donht know the blood supply of the big toe? Assistant Professor Jerry M. Shuck, MD. Assistant Professor $ 0 w wa x2 I wji Wysz XfogX 7? y f x 1?; 9g 0 2 ; coxam $3 he 160w cw ', . 0 a Yewgax 56w ' qan we61 t James K. Weaver, M.D. Adjunct Assistant Professor f K ?Xg ? 5W, xW i 2 7gw7$ Michael Pollay, M.D. Associa te Professor Big Red really wows them in surgery conference Woodrow A. Talley, MD. Assistant Professor Daniel E. Smith, MD. Assistant Professor Wassing gas really takes it out of me? Edward A. Mortimer, Jr., MD. Professor dz Chairman , twmxww William M. Michener, MD. Associate Professor Gina Nabavi, MP.H.N. Instructor VirginiaM. Henderson,M.A. : . , 't 3;! , if Instructor t PEDIATRICS 75 Scott S. Ohgnshain, MD. Assistant Professor J . Albert Browder, MD. - Assistant Professor . Castle, MD. .30 $09 Assistant Professor . 3 999$ . v - 9 32965 . 6,9 e,KiGeorge Eisenberg, M.D. Q9 .Asgistant Professor 08.3 . 69 66b gm , 6,9 Patricia M. Mershon, Ph.D. Assistant Professor 0 . 90 $6,, . , 0 .09 3h 9V0 .goy 25' .0 6'9 0 t . 9 v 0 39 :6$u0290$ QmQO? 6X061c$1 ttAlright, you guys - who made; 0 3W . ,,' V ' that crack about the aden01ds? h $9 W V ' 'V . ov No Q 0660 ohgbbehwe3 J9 0'g Q, G 'VQ 2, $69' K19 0 Q; 3$$ ,x . , 74? ixxX , ganaxxilix i 14:717x , V Zieilixxi zy A? :? NALLY QNISHED University of New Mexico School 0 f Medicine proudly presents its Anthony D. Boynton Sheridan, Wyoming University of Colorado Internship: Presbyterian Pacific Medical Center third graduating class . . . SaRFg Christopher S. Catron Santa Fe Stanford University Internship: French Hospital - San Francisco ' Rotating ' - Bernard H. Bueffel, 111 Edward R. Curtls Albuquerque Albuquerque. . Reed College Brigham Young Umvermty Internship: Internsth: BCMC - Albuquerque BCMC - Albuquerque Straight Pediatrics Strazght Pathology Richard B. Darr Basin, Wyoming University of Wyoming Internship: University ofKansas-Kansas City Straight Medicine Margaret A. Gordon Tucumcari Mills College Internship: Orange County Medical Center Orange, Chlz'fomz'a Straight Pathology H. Calvin D6ner Tucson, Arizona University of Arizona Internship: US. Air Force - Biloxi, Miss. R0 rating Ronald L. Harvey Phoenix, Arizona University of Arizona Internship: BCMC - Albuquerque- Straight Pathology Stephen M. Friedman Tucson, Arizona University of Arizona Internship: University of Washington - Seattle Rotating Eugene E. Klecan, Jr. Albuquerque San Luis Rey College, University of Albuquerque Intemshz'p: University of Washington - Seattle Straight Surgery Steven A. Komadina Albuquerque University of New Mexico Internship: US. Navy - San Diego Rotating Edward F. Loker, Jr. Albuquerque University of Milwaukee Intemship: University 0 f Minnesota Straight Medicine Robert W. Lawrence Tucson, Arizona University of Arizona Internship: BCMC - Albuquerque R0 rating Psychiatry Michael V. Mauney Albuquerque Colorado College, Australian National University Internship: Gorgas Hospital - Canal Zone R0 tating Surgery Carl A. Lepisto Albuquerque Midland College; U.N.M. Intemshz'p: BCMC - Albuquerque Rotating Pediatrics - Medicine Jerome R. Mueller Albuquerque University of New Mexico Internship: Gorgas Hospital - Canal Zone Rotating Surgery W. Stephen Nichols, Jr. , . V ' ' . . ' " ' W Lawrence F . Schimel Los Alamos ' . Portales University of New Mexico . Eastern New Mexico University Intemship: Joseph H- Salers Internship: BCMC - Albuquerque Albuquerque BCMC - Albuquerque Straigh t Pathology University of New Mexico Rotating Ob-Gyn Internship: Kaiser Foundation - San Francisco Straight Medicine AllaTR. Wilson Albuquerque University of New Mexico Marcus Welby Internship: Anthony T. Yeung Beautiful Downtown Burbank, Cal. ngggfglgzggifw Tucseh, Arizoea Burbank Normal Un1vers1ty of Anzona Internship: Internship: Hollywood General - Hollywood C211. 000d Samaritan - Phoenix Rotating Medicine Rotating Surgery Eerlaratinn nf $ette1m At the time nf being ahmitteh a5 a member at the mehiml agrnfeaainn, 31 Svnlemnly iglehge mgzelf tn enumerate mg life tn the zernire nf humanity. 31 Will $ine tn my tearhera the reapert anh gratituhe mhirh i5 their hue; 31 Mill larartire my prnfeaainn with rnnzrienre anh hignity; Ehe Etealth 09f 113g iHatient will he my firat ennaiheratiun; 31 will itezpett the aetreta mhirh are rnnfiheh in me: 31 Will maintain 11;; all the meana in mg pnmer, the hnnnr auh - the nnhle trahitinnz at the mehiral prnfezainn; 1111111 Olnlleaguea will he my hrnthera; 31 1mm Nut Eermit rnnaiheratinna nf religintt, natinnality, rare, party pnlitira nr antial Emailing tn intervene between my hnty anh my patient; 31 Mill maintain the utmnat reaped fur human life; even unher threat, 31 will nut nae mg mehiml knnmlehge rnntrary tn the law at humanity. 31 1mm wheeze larnmiaea znlemnly, freely, anh 11mm my hnnnr. Larry Schimel - Ob-Gyn 1c1ne ' Med' lSSlOHaIy Maggie Gordon - Pathology SENIORS PREDICT THEIR FUTURE SPECIALTIES Ten Years From Now . S C .1 r1 t a .1 w P . T. e n .0 D d C +xAxIl4Myvm? x z :le -Gyn - Ob Carl Lepisto - Ophthalmology uncnuu .cvtv y. Jerry Mueller Pathology IS- Ron Harvey - Pathology Tony Boynton -? Ed Curt Steve Nichols - Pathology y GD. 0 1 O .1 d a R - n a m d e .1 r F w e t S 2??? Hematology Pharmacology ick Darrr Ed Loker - Research Hank Saiers - D lce - General Pract' Mike Mauney - Neurosurgery Marcus Welby Surgery Gene Klecan Al Wilson Tony Yeung Child Psychiatry S C .1 r t a .1 d e P . 1 e f f e u B f .1 B Bob Lawrence - Anesthesiology Chris Catron SENIORS PREDICT THEIR FUTURE SPECIALTIES "Nostalgia ain't what it used to be." Peter De Vries Rattle Jarrett L. Galbreth, M.D., 69 Stephen M. Friedman, M.D., ,70 Eugene E. Klecan, Jr., M.D., 70 San Francisco David G. Daniels, M.D., 69 John F. Howard, M.D., 69 ' Anthony D. Boynton, M.D., ,70 Christopher S. Catron, M.D., 70 Joseph H. Saiers, M.D., 70 Alb George Bunch, M.D., 68 uquerque KenYetta, Arizona Margo Green, M.D., 68 Los Angeles A1 Mahr, M.D., ,68 Glenn L. Gallemore, M.D., ,69 William L- C1aPP,M:D-, ,69 Effie Medford, M.D., ,68 Oklahoma City Richard P- Dhanes, M.D., ,69 Anthony T. Yeung, M.D., 70 Richard Shoberg, M.D., ,68 William T. Kelley, M.D., 69 Phoenix Donald Wharton, M.D., ;68 Michael E. Kilpatrick, M.D., 69 Margaret A. Gordon, M.D., 70 William E. Doughty, M.D., ,69 San Diego . , Philip E. Keen, M.D., 69 Peter Carter, M.D., 68 Steven A. Komadma, M.D., 70 Gary D. Overturf, M.D., 69 Fort Worth, Texas Judith B. Vaughan, M.D., 69 Edward Ernst, M.D., ,68 Japan Bernard H. Bueffel, III, M.D., ,70 Jon Buscemi, M.D., 68 Edward R. Curtis, M.D., 70 Hal A. Martin M.D., 69 ' Ronald L. Harvey, M.D., 70 I . San Antonio, Texas Mlchael McGonlgle, M.D., 68 Robert W. Lawrence, M.D., HPnt Peacock MD, ,68 Carl A. Lepisto, M.D., ,70 Vletnam W. Stephen Nichols, M.D., 70 . ' . . 7 David Byrne, M.D., 68 Can 1 Z Lawrence F Schlmel, M D , 0 Hawaii a one Allan R. Wllson, M.D., 70 Michael V. Mauney, M.D., 70 Jerome R. Mueller, M.D., 70 4 fward F. Loker, JL, M.D., 70 ' neapolis Kansas City Richard B. Darr, M.D., 70 Biloxi, Mississippi H. Calvin Doner, M.D., 70 Donald Rodgers, M.D., ?68 Pennsacola, Florida Carol Zimmerman, M.D., 68 Berlington, Vermdnt Bruce Lovett, M.D., 68 Syracuse, New York I Jack Nobel, . ,69. . Jon Wang MD. 368 Stewart Chalarmdas, M.D., 68 , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania New York, New York Michael Spence, M.D., 68 Baruch D. Rosen, M.D., 69 Washington, DC. ' Kathleen Kagan, M.D., ,68 Bethesda, Maryland V ll .0 .J Honors and Awards STEVE FRIEDMAN GENE KLECAN Alpha Omega Alpha J erome R. Muellefk 96 :x O c s N 2 6 CV! .2 .2 2 Stephen M. Friedman3k Edward R. Curtisa't Bernard H. Bueffel, 111a: ,kuong 's 19qdo1suq. 3 :k WINNERS OF THE ROCHE BOOK AWARD TONY BOYNTON z BIFF BUEFFEL CHRIS CATRON l ZED CURTIS RICH DARR CAL DONER STEVE FRIEDMAN MAGGIE GORDON RON HARVEY GENE KLECAN STEVE KOMADINA BOB LAWRENCE CARL LEPISTO . ED LOKER MIKE MAUNEY JERRY MUELLER STEVE NICHOLS HANK SAIERS LARRY SCHIMEL ALLAN WILSON TONY YEUNG Senior Awa rds voted Mr. Cold Showers and Push-Ups, for meritorius behavior while his wife was in Asia during Tonyls junior year. voted Mr. Emphysema by classmates, as being first US. medical student to have a full-blown case by graduation. The Tony Bennett Award, for his unfailing knack of being able to inject San Francisco into any and every conversation. voted Mr. Choosey; Ed was a member of UNMSMis first three classes before finally finding one he wanted to graduate with. the Demosthenes Award. elected Mr. Frustrated Phonetics; after writing his name with a phonetic long mark over the to, for five years, the Dean still said ttCongratulations, Dr. Donnerll when he handed Cal his diploma. the Maidenform Award, for exceptionally swift development of midriff bulge after getting married. elected Miss You,ve-Come-A-Long-Way-Baby, as the only female member of the class of 1970. the ttSay-Have-You-Heard-the-Latestll Award, for being the classis chief dessiminator of fact and fic- tion, and generally knowing the difference. the Clark Kent Award, presented annually to the most mild-mannered senior. the Incongruity Award, presented to the only man we know who could have asked the question thon- est, during a sex education classl ttIf you cure a homosexual and he goes out and rapes somebody, are you responsible? the Rip Van Winkle Award ta package of NoDozy the Stonetdl Octopus Award, presented by unanimous vote of the Wivesl Club, for extraordinary per- formance during parties. The Purple Heart, for serving as class president three straight years. the Golden Kangaroo, for doing so much hopping during his senior year tfor example, all the way to Australia and back againl. Mr. Good Sport, for being exceptionally tolerant of a misapplied syringe full of ammonia during gross anatomy. the Admiral Byrd Award, for narroWing his medical career choice to the two Opposite poles, patho- logy and psychiatry. the Lady Clairol Award tscissors, brush, shampool. the Maury Wills Award, for outstanding work on the basepaths. ,7 6 $?,C a y, i "1n concmsmn, 1 see no evidence of an Asian heritage in our American Indians 222: L , : and their anthropological significancf 44 I I m a .1 d m 0 1 b e u P m w N .m S n e Do .U n a p . u 0 .1 g d 0 O l mu phenomena in diabetics with and without ; diabetic glomerulosclerosis,, Gator Bynum eeAnalysis of heart displacement during impacte Hank Saiers eeTeenager, environment, and drug? The judges: Drs. Key, Eaton, Kisch, and Burkes Research Day James Guganig eeUrinary ADH levels in pregnant and a non-pregnant and toxemic women,, Ronald Harvey . eePolymorphonuclear leukocytic chemotactic response to Protein Aee Steve Liston uHypoxia with myocardial infarction at an altitude of 5400 feete, Jehn Moorehouse received the Khatalies recognition for Outstanding Research Presentation for his eeIn situ perfusion of canine cadaver kidneys followed by homotransplant? Winners of the Student Research Award were Wandall Winn CeAdrenocorticotrophic hormone and acquisition of a Barbara McDougal Celn vitro studies of the mechanisms of action of thiazide diuretic? 53 S t n C d u t S C h t d n a 1m 0 h C S C m . . . On the Move Students Lobby for Liberalized Abortion Fourthjyear student Cal Doner, appearing before the 1969 legislativesession in Santa Fe ,presented the results of a student in- 7 s . vestigative study of abortion in Neyy Mexico. x " Co-authors were Tony Boynton, Ed Ldker, Jerry Mueller, and Larry Schimel. rv I erKLING .BW A f R, 55 11.! OXa ,,a My M w M: ,ICMM kw; fMM $22 ,2 a 7M zMwyMax I M ??M 2r? M?Ma MMMgvMMMaM M? M??? wa 4? MM? , ma M yy ?M M? MMV? ??Z; VVXMM? ????M; MMMQ a Zia M, $2 May a? 4 M M MMM? MM? , Ma ,2 M? M ;M5 ?yaM ?4 27:? M6 9 ??4 M V , 12114 ,, M ym zz 0541 m V wml- g M. I 4.? w . lam Man in Nepal STEVE KOMADINA GAVE MEANING TO SIX MONTHS OF HIS SENIOR YEAR IN KATHMANDU X X s AA A x A A KAAA A C A A?AAXAV A AA AAA, AAA AV ,1 A A A AAHAAA A ,.A,.AAAAAAAA AA AAA AA ,AA .AAAAVAAAAAAAAAA , ; A AA A A , iAAw AAAAA xAAXw, AAAAAA xAIAAx,AAAAA AAA AAA L AAA, AAA AAA AAA AAA M A AA AAA xAAAAAA A2,, A AA C.?AAAAA AxAAAAAAAAAA A A, AA, . A A , A i . A AAAAAAA AA , WAAAA A , AA A , L A A AAAA AAAA I773 ing, Elanie, but ks has he had "1 wouldnAt want to say anythmg about JerryAs danc t how many drin Jus sWell, alright then, five dollars but not a nickel more? A AA A AAAAAAAAAAA AAA, ,AAA AAA, 0AA A t Ai A 1AA AXAAAA ,, A AA A t2 77g 3.2!; ii; to start to see some hair on student faces, I can promise you that? re gomg suspicwus. Mr. Umland? xxx??? Oh, I rather doubt that, S m 0 O r h S a W e h t n .1 S r 0 Z a I m m e d e w y u a n Du 1m Otherwise, you it? What of it myself . . . itted ,Ikn Yeah Mr A 'xx ng get stoned on Coke? ttEver see Yeu xx; a photographer again. Quick, cover your shiney spot? WWW W, x xwxw w WM w :1 . And then the bee, its legs heavy with pollen, flies on to a different flower? 60 ttOyka, Red, now the way I figuIES-it the Deants safe oughta be over behind the paintint on the north wall? W akag; ttOkaiy, now, all you on the left join in - tRow, row, row your boat? h , .k ttAlright, Fred - P11 admit your pectorals aintt bad, but match this bicep? MEMO: Albuquerque Veterans' Administration Hospital NOTING THE PROLONGED HOSPITALIZATION OF MANY OF OUR PATIENTS, THE STAFF DIRECTOR HAS ISSUED INSTRUCTIONS THAT THE F OLLOWING RATING SYSTEM BE USED BY RESIDENTS, INTERNS, AND STUDENTS IN EVALUATING PATIENTSi PROGRESS. Characteristic 0r Behavior Point Value 1. 2. Transferred to another service on day of admission ...................................................................................................... 2 Stool found under dressing at first post-op dressing change ......................................................................................... 10 With no B.M3s recorded ..................................................................................................................................... 14 Chart weighs over 2 lbs. ............................................................................................................................................... - 2 Patient has seizure or hematemesis while checking out clothing for discharge ............................................................. 4 Patient sent to ward by admitting physician with diagnosis which pertains to organ system actually involved minus 3 If correct diagnosis .................................................................................................................................... minus 5 Pulls out I.V. ............................................................................................................................................................... 6 In full restraints - with teeth If edentulous ..................................................................................................................................................... 2O Removes Foley catheter with bag inflated 5 cc. bag ........................................................................................... 10 30 cc. bag ........................................................................................... 30 Urinates on physician ................................................................................................................................................... 10 on nurse ............................................................................................................................................................... 8 0n orderly ............................................................................................................................................................ 6 0n janitor ............................................................................................................................................................. 4 on medical student .............................................................................................................................................. 2 Defecates in doctoric bag ............................................................................................................................................ 20 Patient gets Foley Drainage tube tied into pajamaties ................................................................................................ 10 Past history reads ttSee old chartii ............................................................................................................................... 1 Concentration of Airwick required in Patientis room causes conjunctivitis among visiting personnel ........................... 4 Patient answers all questions asked to any patient on ward ........................................................................................ 11 Drinks from urinal ...................................................................................................................................................... 14 Toenails cannot be cut with clippers, chisel, or drill Semi-formed guaiac positive stool found more than 71A ft. from patientis bed ............................................................ 9 Each additional foot ........................................................................................................................................... 1 On wall or window .............................................................................................................................................. 3 On sidewalk below window near bed .................................................................................................................. 14 Regulates own I.V. ........................................................................................................................................................ 2 Other patientsi I.V. ............................................................................................................................................. 4 Bites bulb off oral thermometer .................................................................................................................................... 2 Rectal thermometer ........................................................................................................................................... 4 Another patienfs rectal thermometer ................................................................................................................ 11 Hides in closet on rounds ............................................................................................................................................. 3 Found in bed with another patient .............................................................................................................................. 3 Each additional patient in bed ............................................................................................................................. 3 Patient eats pajamas .................................................................................................................................................... 11 Found in hall without pajamas bottoms ...................................................................................................................... 16 Found with dentures on upside down .......................................................................................................................... 7 Decubitus on occipital protuberance .......................................................................................................................... 9 Develops chemical tracheitis secondary to aspiration of a fly ..................................................................................... 11 61 w M w . 5 M .qv M M , .K . i ,, X tors? ???Ihx, hy gihy Positive Throckmorton fun than watching moni h IS 18 more ? xgi hzhhAyX? i iiSay, th ,0 i ii; , 07x? is? S O n e t uhh K797 ing those pokers, Dr. Stone 108 we is - Oh, it just came to me? How did I diagnose pylor why are you heat iiNow the second complaint lid like to ra iil hereby call this meeting Cargo fan Club ...3.5 Hermans... Tve walked my last mile for a camel? CHEFS SPECIAL Okay, Cindy, give me the funny little balloon you found in Daddyk dresser? Ec mum; m Wild 40t Wonder if I have a quarter. Congratu1ati0ns! Now youke ready to go on to the second year of surgical residency? 1 dowt know What it is, but I think ifs got acne vulgaris? 1 don t know what it is, but somehow it reminds me of a limeric P 1 don t know what it is, but . . .uhh . . .we11,I ...er...Freudsaid... uhh . . .I donnc think I want to talk about it? 1 dorft know what it is, but it smells like ifs catching? I don,t know what it 1sh, but Pve never seen anything like it? Taint mine? W XM XZX wwwW I MyMM' W 2?: 8.1.; w 0 , THE BALLAD OF DOCTOR BICKNELL by Jerry Mueller Class of 1970 There once was a Doctor Bicknell Whose neural theatrics were hell. He astounded his students With ballismus-like movements And told ribald stories quite well. WW . MeW-m h. WFhere - So much for 1 His performance, they thought, was an act the sexual inhibition center? When in jargon aphasis he yacked. And they laughed even more When he fell to the floor And extended his head to his back. They say for his doctoral thesis He acted out hemiparesis. The act was a groove His left limbs ceased to move, And now half his carcass is useless. If your head isn t feeling too well Don t miss seeing Doctor Bicknell. If you don 't need neurology He 11 practice phrenology As long as you he paying the bill! ht . . . And when Iput my arms all the way behind my back '77 theyhre even larger hBut mine are even larger? 3': Winner of the First and 1as0 Annual Spring Limeric Contest, April, 1968. Uoseph Bicknell, M.D., Judgel L .n ,m r u 0 y 9S 6 r e h a .m m C S K. D M. X 10 e h t S .,,.L a h W w 0 N 16, av ?? . yyw ,., I ever saw? lapism Damndest case of pr xxx, Last damned house call 11 ever make. 1 I 7wgz z 232,, i l, 1x 1131137 1806 M ? xv fwyxx ,? ?Agr A small problem in physiology lab 4 U mg n t S a l d e t a r 0 w V e e n .1 r; u r u 0 h. 4 2 ,S .m C T; a G L M '$? New Tide is better BROWN BAGGER C6Hey iKMilk in Such Containers May Be , Unfit for Human Consumption We dOIYt have any topless nurses, g DDT Conten! .10 to .30 Parts per Million in Milk of Nursing Mothers : 2 to s Yimes the Amount Album! in Milk for Commucial sad but plenty of bottomless patients. 73 W 2g,saeq 96cm 3.96de W , WMWW WW . MJWWW gamt'fr1t5;23'JbAb k$mWMLC t79hV O W. W $Wayk 13, We M11421 Q 2 MwMLW AauL QWM mcffgiikw" $mwmww 1m Mm .ngw' , m aesuuuua.f3uawu LLlao uu! $ndjahggfii2322;::3?yjhwd ? ImmabA , 2nyL 511344.4Ln:15- ::;;:iz?drz u; W 7293:? A Wm '; M, M 74 $ ?yg .54 ?, . ,6 $2$ $, , , kaxw? , KM ,h , 46 sz , ,., .4. y. . n y22 . Q$ gf? ; V g xxy 5 g $5., 3 , ?gt , g , . 4, . 4V 2, " NVWWVV W 1, ermx WW , W WWWWWMW WWA 11w WW, 1 WWWH WWWWWWM Wwwmxwwwwwwmm-w v WWWWWWM I X C, h V y , '1 I h h a u l t , , ,, , 1. I w 1'; mm h , z Dr. Stahl, Acting Dean of the College of Pharmacy, points out to Jane Blandford and Brian Blacklock some of the new equipment the School of Pharmacy is considering for next year. x1. . MWNW , z , V v Dr. W.C. Fiedler and Dr. George L. Baker pose with a few of the many shelves of products they teach about each year. W 1' MW 'Wv W Mrs. Anne Spickard scans one of the many 1 letters, tests, and documents she types for the students, faculty and administration of :1 the College of Pharmacy. hwrvwwvaWVW memx Mr. grold Bober and'Mr. J . W. Lgvchuk sort through reams of drug abuse education material before setting up a display. x '1" 29', . ' I Dick Haverland, Kathy Mahon and Ar. - Eoyce Erickson watch Mr. Gordon Clark unsnarl a vial-filling machine during Health Careers Day. , x Patricia Niemeyer n a .H O t .m H n: O h a M y h m PrEsid'ent " 5 Charles Simms Jerry Wilcox, vice-President Jlm Bredon American Pharmaceutlcal Assoc1at10n 9 waxxk 77 AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION STUDENT MEMBERS FOR 1969 - 1970 Front Row: Al Montano; John Levchuk, advisor. Second Row: Jim Johnson; Kathy Mahon, Third Row: Art Nisto; F red Stewart, president; Pat Niemeyer; Joyce Erickson. Noi pictured are: Joan Woody, Kim Tisi, Fay Roth, and Jill Blackburn. UNM Student Chapter 6 6! 6M6??? V6 6, 666666 76 e 6, 66?! NV , 6 ,7 i 11x6? Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is a national professional organization for women in pharmacy. Our busy Alpha Mu chapter has worked this year on many Continuing Education programs, served during Freshman Orientation, and worked on Health Caieers Day. Alpha Mu,s yearly projects included the Christmas tree for the College of Pharmacy building and the large Easter Egg Hunt held for underprivileged children. KAPPA EPSILON MEMBERS FOR 1969 - 1970 Top row: Faye Ann Roth; Gail McSweeney; Joan Woody, president Second row: Linda B. Buckalew; Joyce D. Erickson, secretary; Patricia A.B. Cantwell Front row: Kathy Mahon, treasurer; Juanita Ader; Cynthia R. Smith; Jane A. Blandford. Not Pictured: Janet Johnston, vice-president; Patricia Niemeyer; Kenbah Tisi. Would you believe this photographer was ttying to hide an egg on a tree? Kathy Niehon points out the colored ampoules ahd strir of colored capsules which Kappa Epsilon makes each yea decorate the College of Pharmacy,s Christmas tree. Joan Woody congratulates this little boy on finding a bright pink Easter egg at the Kappa Epsilon egg hunt. W9 tZOHege 0f Phannacy Dr. Fiedler devised this striking Pharmacy reception display for the Health Careers Day. Ken Harrington showed tours of high V school students several of the techniques mam used in Pharmacy dispensing. Brian Blacklock explains the different types and sizes of containers used in dispensing prescriptions to this group of high school students. mtm m rm :7 rmgm 5mm 3 m1 QE'THtiN - 1117 WOW; Participates in ealth Careers w eh I: y -XQQA: An elaborage display of pharmacy apparatus, such as this one on tablet making, contributed greatly to the Pharmacy display at Health Careers Day. ,M vaWmW V h - h IhW Jerry Wilcox carefully puts the finishing touches on the Retail Pharmacy Display. During Health Careers Day, Juanita Ader answered scores of questions on Pharmacy as a career from the visiting students W M I , , IWWWMW A v M; I X i, I gz $ , V a W , y k ig ,y KL.1xV y x x,, yy , .W I, Q WWW ,W jm WfMWW k W ' WWW; .1 , ' i W ,, , Ii ; I ' r . Ww Www K , 1 Upper Stairway: Front row: Walter Ronald Bunt; James W. Bredon; Albert M. Lucero; Kathleen M.K. Mahon. Second row: Charles T. Simms; David E. Ramirez; Fleming P. Clower Top Row: Paul V. Perea; Albert F. Stewart; Albert J . Montano, president; James M. Short; Arthur Nieto, Jr.; Dennis Burns ' 7 W; W2? W x W , Lower Stairway: Front row: Brian C. Blacklock; Richard A. Haverland; John R. Stroh; James H. Austin. Second row: Allan Ward Ludwick; Jane A. Blandford, secretary-treasurer; Paul V. McSherry; Joyce D. Erickson, Kenneth Harrington. Top row: Seldon S. Baker, 111; Mark G. Plunkett; Jerry W. Wilcox, vice-president; James T. Rakes; James F. Johnson. Juanita M. Ader Bernie O. Archuleta Joseph A. Baca Michael 'G. Beatrice Robert D. Biggs John J . Casey W CLASS MEMBERS Ocie G. Clark Johnathon D. Fuller Janet C. Johnston Faik Y. Kinno Delbert W. Lopez Luis F . Lucero perative, Law, and Pharmacology Patricia J . Niemeyer Thomas J . Ortega Frank J . Romero Kenbah Tisi Joan M. WoOdy Capsule - filling is a technique learned in Dr. Fiedlefs Operative lab. tudied by Fourth - Year Class Class officers for 1969-1970 were, as standing, Frank Romero, Vice-President; Joan Woody, Sgcretary-Treasurer; and Joseph Baca,President. .All-day labs keep Fourth-Year members thinking and working, as new skills are aquired. S t n 6 d u t S r a C Y d If Th CLASS MEMBERS -Presiden0, Donald L. Cooper, Ronald E. Costales Gresideno, Patricia A.B. Cantwell Nice 7 Paul Arellano, Linda B. Buckalew Robert S. Graham, Luis J . Herrera, Robert C. Kellner, 9 Goad Gail W. McSweeney, George D. Milligan, Thomas C. Pabst, Michael J ohnny L. Jerry W. Glenn, 3 Felicetti Leopoldo F Ted G. Pennington , Gary M Jeanne C. Cote 3 Madnick Peters Secretary Marvin L. Donald C , Lopez 3 Ronald K. Kikuchi B. Pederson Eddie O. Romero, Faye A. Roth, Cynthia R. Smith, , TreasureQ Daniel G. Valverde, Rudolph L. Vigil, Leslie G. West. 3 3 Valdez, Albert A. 1 . Clifford E. Thronton Robert J . Stevens M g???: ? Mr. Clark observes as Rudy Vigil uses the Refractometer. g 74, snag ? L X X ix . 2?? Xny. x; , X X mx X Wx y ; , ?? ?, Q? zz, " V, XXX ? XX X g g? X XXM7 x , ? , 4?? Am , , 2? 3 g , z Z V? yxX xx f ,gxfh $$ + , ?? 1?, y, ,22 V The proper use of an analytical balance is a technique mastered by Third-Year students. 7 .2, . , M w B m S 1m .m H h C R H r a C L In Pharmacognosy Lab. students experiment with crude drugs. , Second Year Students CLASS MEMBERS William B. Aragon, William Armstrong, Lee James Barker, Daniel M. Brewer, Michael A. Bushman, Michael C. Byrnes, Larry D. Cato, William L. Chancey, Curtis C. Chang, Catherine A. Chavez, Stephen M. Cito, Theodore E. Dozois, Stephen A. Fuller, George S. Gillard, Ronald Gonzales, Patrick A. Griego, Philip A. Hamilton, Arthur M. Hayman, Gary B. Heeter, Rodney W. Hill, Louis F . Hum'ng, Arthur R. Jaramillo, Donald J . Locke, Lela Lottermoser, James L. Maestas, Patricia A. McCrory, Carla K. Mercer, Ruth Ann Merryman, Lawrence W. Parker, Teresa A. Phillips, Eugene S. Platus, Patricia J . Plunkett, Charles W. Reynolds, Jerry W. Ritchie, Deborah E. Robinson, William C. Sanders, Ignacio L. Sandoval, Rudolph T. Shoats, James R.- Simson, Bruce R. Smith, Thomas P. Snodgrass, James A. Spencer, Melvin J . Thompson, Barbara J . Varela, Benjamin T. White, Lance A. Woodworth, Pressly D. Wright. M, Class officers are Pat McCrory, Secretary- Treasurer; and Don Locke, Vice-President y C a m vi a h P O t d e t n C .n O C m 0 C C B er? e? 7W l; eh e e??? 2?? 2g; 5;? hw exMz . x? ,771, t. 9?? K, ??M mg mlcroorgamsms, a ,x ,1 ibwmxm J. a logy Lab provides the stimulus for ing and study as demonstrated by these Second-Year 10 Students Bactere cultivat tens to guest speakers on the various fields within Pharmacy, as career poss i ilities unfold. IS The class 1 Pharmacy Students Outside Class Fourth and Fifth-Year Students '1 get together to enjoy lunch. Between classes, some students chat with Dr. Fiedler. ' 1' . 2', . ; After a pharmacy lecture is completed, class members head for work or to other classes. ylaleclmolog y Exfoliative cytology deals with the study 0 f cells which are constantly sloughed off by the body. Since malignant cells may be exfoliated beforea tumor can be diagnosed by other means, the early detection ofcancer may depend solely upon cytotech- nological methods. It is the duty of the cytotechnologist to process the smears and to screen and make an accurate evalua- tion of the specimen. b In December, 1969, the ASCPapproved School of cytotechnology graduated its first class consisting of two students, Billie Campbell and Melinda Fay. '0 2y, Z w x xx LL LET MY Hana G Row ,x V ,, ??? TH'UK v I I ' I ,7 xx Golu Gr Ou A 0'21 GPu - - P Hey, how 3: - ' PuSie - - Puss you Spell Pussy ey - - - - ' pUSSie - - pu - - ? 9 I Tm HT You wine Hymwwmw x WW 0 v 2 Z yv 72?, Oleta Daugherty; Mary Ann , Warren Second 5 22,, Lourdes Martinez , Lorraine Gomez 3 Maria Black k f 7 JMWk, WMW, 4:, yxmxm WWW Jean Dunn Jay Azua. lst row: MT. Instructor Delores Manning; M.T. Instructor Alla Wuest 9 a , .I $ , A 744424214 Mg ,, Vitriixxixlxli?;Xxfi , 2;; if ??,ng , Pam Riley; Joella Seth Hart Welsh Kimhgessner. 2nd row: Marcia Harville; Chris Baca Bottom Wymww - gyWWN' Top row N. 0 I. m .m a l 10 .w m a c 10 JV W: xxxxxxxxxxxww xxx Interest along the same vem'! PLEASE, X wm 333981099 910 P003 10J JINQ, So much for flocculation! ! !??? appreciation from all lab studen 7,, 7766.77 7 W44; nimxpr , , 7 7277 77777, F fiends of Khatali "glie following friends 0 glitz university of mw mexico 50400! 0,, cyneclicine Proudly tah 151's opportu- nity to offer Meir congratuiations to mem5ers of tlie graduating Glass of 1970 upon completion of Meir formal Dr. Eleanor L. Adler Dr. Earl H. Dellinger Pediatrics - Albuquerque Surgery - Albuquerque Dr. J. H. Cameron Ophthalmology - Otolaryngology - Clovis Dr. Emmet Altman Dr. A. J. Dillahunt Orthopedic Surgery - Albuquerque Ophthalmology - Albuquerque Dr. Adex H. Cantu Internal Medicine - Las Cruces Dr. Merle M. Berman Dr. Herschel L. Douglas Anesthesiology - Albuquerque Family Practice - Lovington Chavez County Medical Society Roswell Dr. H. P. Borgeson Dr. Theodore T. Draelos Alamogordo, Surgery - Silver City Drs. J. K. Conrad, R. R. Pyle, and F. M. Mowry Cardiovascular Diseases - Albuquerque Dr. Solomon W. Brown Dr. Morton L. Dunkin General Surgery - Albuquerque Anesthesiologist - Albuquerque Dr. William S. Curran Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Diseases Dr. C. Pardue Bunch Dr. Leland S. Evans General Practice - Albuquerque General Practice - Las Cruces Dr. H. A. Danemann Albuquerque Dr. Harold Buttram ' Dr. Edward D. F ikany Internal Medicine - Portales Fort Sumner education. cg! is witli Pride Mat we welcome you to Me medical Profession. may you strive to upliolcl its traditions am! to continue our efforts to increase am! eMance its Present 596 s!andards.u Dr. Vaun T. Floyd Dr. W. J . Hossley General Surgery - Albuquerque General Practice - Deming Dr. William C. Gorman Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery - Albuquerque Dr. A. H. Follingstad Dr. Heber S. Hudson General Surgery - Albuquerque Child Psychiatry - Albuquerque Dr. Gilbert R. Gutierrez General Practice - Grants Dr. Arnold H. Franzblau Dr. Henry R. Hyslop Urology - Carlsbad Ob-Cyn - Roswell Dr. Leslie T. Hamm Obstetrics-Cynecology - Silver City Dr. J ames E. Gaba Dr. Edward L. Johnson General Surgery - Artesia Urology - Albuquerque Dr. Donald D. Harville Dermatology - Albuquerque Dr. Abraham Ellis Goldminz Dr. William K. Jones Internal Medicine - Carlsbad Orthopedic Surgery - Santa Fe Dr. J. F. Haynes Pathology - Carlsbad Drs. Richard A. Gooding and Ri- ch ar d J. C. BroWn Dr. Robert Klebanoff Plastic 8: Reconstructive Hand Surgery - Albuquerque Neurological Surgery - Albuquerque Dr. Ulton G. Hodgin Jr. I nternal M edicine - Albuquerque Dr. A. T. Gordon Dr. Richard Landmann Tucumcari Internal Medicine - Santa Fe "5h lollowm? iriends of 9h Wniversilyo of mw mexico 5050010 ol Wicine proudly tahz Mi: opportu- nity to offer Meir congratulations to manger: 4 Me graduating Blass oi 1970 upon completion 0, Meir formal Dr. Howard R. Lawrence Dr. Louis M. Pa'vletich Artesia General Practitioner - Raton Dr. Leon Miller Dermatology - Santa F e Dr. Herman O. Lehamn Dr. Wendell H. Peacock General Practice - Portales General Practice - Farinington Dr. Edith F. Millican Ob-Cyn - Las Vegas Dr. Louis Levin Dr. Ashley Pond Internal Medicine - Albuquerque General Practice - Taos Dr. Ross A. Manganaro Radiology- Carlsbad Dr. Jack D. McCarthy Dr. Bernadine Prince General Surgery, Chemosurgery - Albuquerque Psychiatry - Albuquerque Dr. H. M. Mortimer General Practice - Las Vegas Dr. H. M. McClintock Dr. Rex G. Quigley Pediatrics - Clovis General Practice - Hobbs Dr. Paul H. Noth Internal Medicine - Los Alamos Dr. D. A. McKinnon, Jr. Dl'- Jack C. Redman General Surgery - Albuquerque General Practice - A lbuquerque Dr. T. E. O,Brien General Surgery - Alamogordo Dr. William G. McPherson Dr. J 01111 13- Roberts Radiology- Hobbs Otolaryngology - Albuquerque education. J! is will; Pride Mat we welcome you to Me medical Profession. gnu, you strive to aphid its traditions am! to continue our efforts to increase am! engance its Present 6:95 standards? Dr. George L. Ross Dr. C. S. Stone Psychiatry - Albuquerque General Surgery - Hobbs Dr. Hanns C. Schwyzer General Surgery - Trinidad, Colo. Dr. F. A. Rowe Dr. William C. Stone Surgery - Albuquerque General Surgery - Hobbs Dr. G. W. Shannon Phychiatry - Carlsbad Dr. G. G. Rhodes Dr. Hubert R. Teague Ob-Gyn - Albuquerque General Practice - Albuquerque Dr. Albert G. Simms II General Surgery - Albuquerque Dr. T. R. Sadock Dr. Clyde Tomlin E. N . T. - Albuquerque Albuquerque Dr. George Simson Internal Medicine - Albuquerque Drs. S. Schultz 8; L. A. Hurley Dr. L- H. Wilkinson Orthopedic Surgery - Albuquerque Surgery - Albuquerque Dr. A. N. Spencer General Practice - Carrizozo Dr. Walter B. Schuyler Dr. Anthony W. Williams Obstetrics 85 Gynecology - Albuquerque Internal Medicine - Albuquerque Dr. Michael W. Stewart Pathology - Los Alamos Dr. L. R. Schwartz Dr. J an W. Ydens Pediatrics - Albuquerque Chest Surgery CONGRATULATIONS t0 the SENIOR CLASS UNM SCHOOL OF MEDICINE WeWWW chM4ZMWmJ WWMpWWWJZkaW ZaWngmeachmZkeW Wa ZkemZWcha meWa Albuquerque and Berna lillo County Medical Association 106 MANUEL lllJANw .- AGENCY of ALBUQUERQUE INC. AUTO FIRE BONDS Ill: J. SKLAR MFG. CO., INC. ALL LINES OF INSURANCE a. BONDS WELCH ALL CALL 265 - 8356 YN, INC. 0WHERE SERVICE COUNTSr YOU nlrprnlnl Ilmtrna AGE"! 'IIIVII '0' "II" ID hIIN- QNMIHHM MONTHLY PAYMENTS AVAILABLE BUSINESS PACKAGE POLICIES - REPRESENTING -- . :iEalL'E'J' $ch- :mmzam Sou es em Surgwd Supp 9 G. GUMBERMEN'S 0 OHIO CASUALTY OTHER LEADING COMPANIES New Location 2005 San Mateo Blvd. NE. HOME OWNERS - AVIATION 0 GROUP 0 mm; HAUL UNITS MIDLAND ELPASO PHOENIX ALBUQUERQUE TUCSON x74;- WW ! Kidggcfwmw -, .N 'un'n-A mint! mm wax; W m, 0 0 A 1 WV Wt , C 0 ; K, 603$ I x RIDGECREST Modern facilities for the cure, comfort and rehabilitation of postoperative, long-term, or geriatric patients. M ANOR Adiacenf 10 the Lovelace Clinic, Bataan Hospital, and the V. A. Hospital. Accredited as an E. C. F. by Joint Commission on HOSPHGIS- 2441 Ridgecresf Drive, S.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108 Telephone 60H 265-8051 PROGRESSIVE CARE CENTER BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '70 A specialist in financial arrangements featuring preferential tax treatment I have been working with Albuquerque physicians . for over 15 years, And I know that my clients are capable of making their own decisions. However, these decisions can only be as accurate as the infor- mation upon which they are based . . . iTll provide the information--y0u make the decisions? RUDY SICKLER CONNECTICUT MUTUAL INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES CORPORATION Suite 1200 Ground Floor Bank of New Mexico Building landmark Apartments 243-3796 296-4803 The AT. $L SF. Memorial Hospitals Open T 0 The Public Serving Albuquerque Since 1911 806 Central Avenue, Southeast Albuquerque, NM. 87101 Phone t505i 243-5543 is a mutual fund with primary emphasis on the possible appreciation of shareowners' capital. A detailed prospectus is available at no cost or obligation from: Al Hurt 84 Associates Suite 1104 gs" 8,, First National Bank Bldg., East NORTH STAR EQUITIES CO. 345 Cedar Street 0"th St. Paul, Minnesota 55101 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from A1 Hurt 8 Associates Suite 1104 First N ational Bank Bldg, East Phone 268-6713 , Bill Wade $1? 8c Associates ELI LILLY AND COMPANY PHARMACEUTICALS AND BIOLOGICALS FinanCial Planning for Physicians INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA and Dentists 7020 DELLWOOD RD.. N.E. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 87110 TELEPHONE: 65056 299-7981 . Guarantee your f1nancia1 future with the Estate Plan . . . designed to fit perfectly With your To provide the profession with me- variable dollar in vestment program - dicinal products of highest quality. High cash value; maximum protec- To contribute to the progress of tion; guaranteed 16V61 premium. medicine through research. I PHIL A. MARTIN GlSTERED PHARMACIST $ALES REPRESENTATIVE THE LILLY CODE To issue product information through professional channels only. No War Clause Guaranteed Returns $19 Deferred Premiums Guaranteed Insurability ELI LILLY AND COMPANY PHARMACEUTICALS AND BIOLOGICALS INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA Phone 265-6637 12204 "L" 5"""55 "E" "' E' FIDELITY UNION LIFE INSURANCE co. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 87"! TELEPHONE: 65056 293-8654 2933 MONTE VISTA! N'E' ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO KARL D. GRETH REGISTERED PHARMACIST SALES REPRESENTATIVE f C ongratulations Seniors lmman Stethoscopes Taylor Instruments Welch Allyn Instruments Swift Microscopes Discounts given to medical students New Mexico P.O. Box 255 Chemical-Surgical Co., Inc. 1407 University Blvd., N.E. Albuquerque, New Mexico 87103 BMMN MEMUBIM HOSPIIM .ED R.E' 06 4f 2X2 V32 3, Slum ZRfSEAR$$U 5400 Gibson Boulevard, S.E. Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108 ' I mm- 22272222722122 ' WV Merlyn D. Allen i1 J and. ASSOCiates In ALBUQUERQUE 1619 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. EAST, 5301 CENTRAL N.E. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 87108 PHONE 2657744 2My insurance comjyany? New England Life, of course. Why?2, $100, 000. For $18 Per Month Perhaps you don2t need this much life insurance but we specialize in low cost term 2any amountQ for professional men and women. Call Tom Elliott, C.L.U. 243-2253 Compliments of or write Box 1854 Albuquerque for information. Paris Shoe Stores Congratulations BUNDY e CARTER INSURANCE AGENCY 0 .nnlwmn; 3 I 0 u I ' Auto Insurance Professional Liability 951m ngfcb'horne M O R T U A R Y 1700 COAL AVENUE 5. E. ALBUQUERQUE Pensions Fire Insurance Life Insurance When you know its for keeps All your Cherished moments will be forever symbolized by your diamond engagement ring. If the name, Keepsake is in mmm 3,50 mm 3300 the ring and on the tag, you .are WEDgL,;g L3,.33175 ALSO T0 '975 assured of fine quality and lasting satisfaction. The engagement diamond is flawless, of superb color, and precise modern cut. REGISTERED K eepsakeig DIAMOND RINGS SPUNMESH $350 POETIOUE $350 ALSO TO 2100 ALSO TO 2250 WEDDING RING 79.50 WEDDING RING 34075 Wa+ch and Jewelry Repair X Longine Bulova Universal Geneve JEWELERS Wa+ches THE MALL SHOPPING CENTER Open fill 8:00 BANQUETTE $350 VENTURA $300 ALSO 5150 TO l975 WEDDING RING 50 293-7537 "THE PERSONAL ATTENTIDN .JEWELER" Would ube , , arefulif i3 wasyou that got pregnant? Olnngratulatinna Swainra frnm CARL M. GROVE, JR., R.Ph. HOSPITAL 8x GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE Phone 344-7978 Gnugratulatinna Svpninra frnm PHYSICIANS NATIONWIDE, INC. E. Eugene McCurdy C.L.U. REGIONAL VlCE-PRESIDENT Qualifying Member 1969 Million Dollar Round Table Phone 265-5676 9W2; WEI:Engillllllllllumu , NEW MEXICO. llBLUE CROSS an BLUE SHIELD 12800 Indian School NE. Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112 ganymfulatims Swim YOUVE LEARNED TO WEIGH, COM- PARE, ANALYZE AND DISCUSS ALL TYPES OF DATA. YOUR MIND IS OF KEEN, QUIET DELIBERATION. YOU KNOW MISTAKES CAN BE COSTLY TO YOURSELF AND OTHERS. YOURE CAREFUL. PERHAPS IT IS NOW TIME TO WEIGH THE DIFFERENCES IN COM- PANIES THAT WILL HANDLE THE LIFE INSURANCE PORTION OF YOUR INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO. WHEN YOU COMPARE, YOU LL FIND THERE IS A DIFFERENCE AND THE DIFFERENCE GROWS. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO COM- PARE THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL AND ITS PHILOSOPHY OF QUALITY PRODUCT AND SERVICE, THEN CALL AND ASK ON E OF OUR AGENTS TO SHARE SOME TIME WITH YOU. P.S. THEY ARE ALL UNM GRADUATES. RAY CRAMER, CLU LARRY LOMAKOx JOHN WATSON FIELD DIRECTOR SPECIAL AGENT SPECIAL AGENT NML COLLEGE AGENCY, 204 DARTMOUTH NE 268-3949 BOB VANN, CLU, GENERAL AGENT NMI NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE - MILWAUKEE WWW, WQWWWWWW . m. z; W? W W ,WW?W N,WW WWWWWWW XWWXWWW W , ,W W . L. , WWWWWW WW Steve Friedman Birth of a yearbook an .m S .h m a h K m T , WWWWWW 0 WW y, v yww It seems traditional that somewhere in a yearbook, the editors take a few lines to express their exhilaration and their dis - appointment, their joys and their woes. Not wanting to break with tradition tand feeling ourselves in need of such catharsisl we would like to say a few words to the following . . . . . . to our wives: justifiably fed up with the many lonely hours over the past years, you were not to be denied. For too often rewarding your long hours of typing, cutting, and pasting with growls and grunts, we apologize; for your excellent midnight snacks and moral support to match, we are very grateful. . . . to Phil Keen: who almost single-handedly put out the 1969 Khatali: only now can we fully appreciate the incredible job you did. We feel amazement, respect, and even a little sorrow in the knowledge that your efforts went largely unrecog- nized. . . . to Dean Stone: we congratulate you on your appointment as Vice-president of the Health Sciences, and acknowledge this as a significant unifying step. It was in this vein that we felt compelled to include the University,s various health-related fields in one yearbook. . . . to the second-year students; who were trying to study in their third-floor offices adjacent to the Khatali staff tlhead- quarters? sorry about that!! . to our medical illustrators: Mike and George, you distinguished yourselves with consistent service over and beyond the call of duty tand prudencey and, in so doing, earned our undying gratitude. . . . tolour readers: you now hold in your hands the product of about 540 man tand womany hours of work . . . You, of course, are the final judge as to the worth of our blood, sweat, laughter, and tears, but we can say that, in the final analysis, we enjoyed it and weire proud of it!!! THE EDITORS WW7 WWW 134'!me W Art: Elanie Mueller Carl Lepisto Cover: Alissa Harvey Photos: Tony Yeung Margie Taylor Class Representatives: First Year - Everett Chmpbell Second Year - Ron Pennington Third Year -Pete Hanson 62 Richard Otoski Cytotechnology: Melissa Fay , M l I: f "I y Certified Laboratory Assistant: Marsha Harville ,3 a flu Zr Medical Technologist: Kathy Mahon V CriElanie Mueller Nursing: Fran Lucas


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