University of the Pacific School of Dentistry - Chips Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

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Thonnassen, Assisfanf Professor of Bacferioiogy Harry A. True, Professor of Operafive Denfisfry John K. Young, Professor of Bacferiology anol Pafhoiogy Henry J. Ralsfon, Professor of Physiology Charles A. Scrivener, Assisfanf Professor of Operafive Denfisfry Arline E. Robinson, Librarian, Secrefary hoard oftrustees Francis J. Herz, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., Chairman George B. Robson, AB., MD. Frederick T. Wesf, A.B., A.M., D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Bernerd C. Kingsbury, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Harry H. Hilp foreword Look well upon Jrhe laces here Because in lime lhey disappear And los+ in flighl across Jrhe sphere They aren'+ lhe same anolher year. So, mark you well - +onnorrow's look ls picfured here upon lhis book And carve a piece from hardships nook fyou would have your queen and rook. -ook how soon +ornorrow's las+ s cur Jroday by whajr is pasl -houghls of here will hold us fash- whis is where our mold is cas'r. dedication To show in some small way our sincere appre- ciaTion and respecT for one who has been a mosT conscienTious Teacher, a warm Triend, and a wise counselor, we graTeTully cledicaTe This publicaTion of Cl-HPS To Dr. lVliTchell J. BilaTer. Dr. Bilafer gracluaTed Trom The College of Physi- cians and Surgeons in l933, and has been associaTed wi+h The school Trom Then unTil The presenT. ln l95O, Dr. Bilafer became AssisTanT Clinical Professor in The DeparTmenT oT AnaTomy. l-le was honored in i952 by being elecTed To membership in The American College OT DenTisTs. The STaTT oT Cl-llPS and The Class oT l955 Talce This opporTuniTy To wish Dr. Bilafer every success in TuTure olenTal years. Z if L. :F W 0 'Z' x S 'WW Q J ZKNMV . V 1 x :. Q W A ,,. lx X i Y- ry, 5 E Thoughls of here will hold us fasl- This is where our mold is casl , -,Q MILEY B. WESSON, M.D. Clinical Professor of Anatomy The analomy deparlmenl of lhe College ol Physi- cians and Surgeons is comprised ol an excellenl slaiil ol inslruclors under lhe guidance of Prof. lviiley B. Wesson, successor lo our beloved Dean Ernesl E. Sloman. The freshmen are welcomed inlo The general analomy deparlmenl wilh a wrillen quiz. Prom Then on lhe unprediclable prevails. Will il be a leclure loday, or a wrillen guiz?f7? Thar is lhe gueslion of lhe day. For lhe nexl lwo years lhere is never a dull momenl. ll is wise lo always be prepared and lo lceep busy al all limes. Day dreaming in 'rhe dissecling room "iusl isn'l sale." anatomy , e ,., page ' New . f ws. 4. , -..iff The head and neck porlion ol lhe course which is given in lhe sophomore year is ol lhe ulmosl impor- lance lo lhe denlal sludenl. The remainder oi his professional life will be spenl working around lhe oral cavily and ils relaled analomical slrucrures. These parls should be visualized in derail lhereby :rearing lasling menlal piclures, as memorizing from lhe lexlboolc has no praclical applicalion or value. ll has been a pleasure lo work wilh Jrhe class of l955. I lanow lhal each and every one oi lhem will creale a place in denlislry which will enable lheir in- slruclors lo proudly say, "l-le is a graduale of The College ol Physicians and Surgeons." ' l ln our course in bacTeriology every eTTorT is made To imbue The sTudenT wi+h a sense oT asepsis ThaT is so essenTial Tor success in his chosen proTession. l-le is TaughT To appreciaTe The role played by micro- organisms as producers oT disease, especially as They aTTecT The oral caviTy. l-le is Told someThing abouT The prevenTion, conTrol, and TreaTmenT oT disease and oT The imporTance oT bacTeriological research in denTisTry. ln brieT, he is given a broad basic course in medical bacTeriology ThaT should serve him well in his TuTure course aT school as well as aid him in evaluaT- PAUL R. THOMASSEN, A.B., A.M., D.D.S. hacteriology ing any bacTerial inTormaTion as iT relaTes To oral disease when, and iT, iT should arise in his pracTice. To accomplish These aims, The course in bacTeriol- ogy is divided inTo lecTures, demonsTraTions, labora- Tory work and moTion picTures. l-lis sense oT asepsis is developed by allowing him To handle, TransTer, and sTudy in The laboraTory: TirsT, simple non-paThogenic bacTeria. and laTer, paThogenic bacTeria. l-lis under- sTanding oT bacTeriology is TurTher enhanced by having him see several excellenT moTion picTures on various subiecTs in bacTeriology. -P.R.'l. Assisfanf Professor of Bacfericlogy my HENRY M. LEICESTER, B.A., A.M,, Ph.D Professor of Biochemisfry In modern Times biochemisTry has ceased To de- voTe iTs maior aTTenTion To clinical TesTs and supere Ticial sTudy oT The composiTion oT The more obvious bodily secreTions. IT is now concerned wiTh The deeper mechanisms in The cell and The inTerrelaTions beTween The greaT number oT complex compounds which cone Trol physiological processes. The courses in The subiecT oTTered in This school aTTempT To acguainT The sTudenTs wiTh These Tunda- menTal relaTionships and To show how They apply To The phenomena oT liTe. Special aTTenTion, oT course, is given To The mechanisms concerned in The Torma- biochemistry 54 sg """""'m"n.q MJ' Ticn oT The TeeTh and The eyenTs which subseguenTly aTTecT These organs. Today many problems oT healTh are misundersTood by The general public because The biochemical me- chanisms upon which such problems depend are noT comprehended. The eTTecTs oT nuTriTion, meThods oT preyenTing denTal caries, TlouridaTion3 These are some oT The parTicular problems which can be successifully evaluaTed only iT Their basic chemisTry is lcnown and uTilized. Probably The mosT imporTanT TuncTion of The courses in biochemisTry is To supply The sTudenTs wiTh The means Tor such criTical evaluaTions. lT is To This TuncTion ThaT The worlc oT These courses is chiefly direcTed. WT-l.ly1.L. The secTions of The ProsTheTic DeparTmenT con- cerned wiTh Tixed and removable prosThesis aTTempT Through Their curricula To provide our sTudenTs wiTh background and inTimaTe working knowledge oT These subiecTs which will enable Them To cope wiTh The re- sToraTive problems which consTanTly presenT Them- selves in The pracTice oT denTisTry. Beginning sTudenTs are inTroducTed inTo The simple Technical aspecTs of abuTmenT preparaTion and casT- ing, TabricaTion oT parTial denTure Trames, and The elemenTs oT balanced occlusion. This basic sTudy is ,bww K1wW,,y ,fi wi yay 7 4 if mi wks , , f izvii iiiis T W f, -slffffwn -I , s X QS 31 3 f T JOHN E. RHOADS, B.S., D.D.S. AssisTanT Professor of ProsTheTic Denfisfry conducTed upon The laboraTory level and provides The background Tor TuTure pracTical applicaTion. The advanced sTudenTs are- shown The applicaTion oT previously learned maTerial on a clinical basis. CorrelaTion wiTh The Teachings oT oTher deparTmenTs in TreaTmenT planning develops a diagnoslric acumen which, combined wiTh suTTicienT Technical abiliTy, en- ables The TuTure denTisT To resolve seemingly com- plicaTed problems inTo successTul conclusions. To so educaTe and Train any sTudenT is The ulTimaTe aim and purpose oT The deparTmenT. -J.E.R. partial dentures , I7 I 1 operative Nearly all specialTies oT denTisTry have sprung Trom The moTher proTession, operaTive denTisTry. These specialTies have grown To maTuriTyq yeT, operaTive denTisTry has been growing, Too. Large scale research gives us large scale meThods of caries prevenTion, correcT dieT and waTer TluoridaTion. NeverTheless, we musT conTinue To resTore damage by caries. erosion and periodonTal disTurbances. Gold and silver amalgam are The Two maTerials which have proved Themselves Thor- oughly capable oT being made inTo permanenT resToraTions provided The proper Technics are used. The sTaTT oT insTrucTors in The OperaTive DeparTmenT are Thoroughly gualiTied To Teach. having been Trained in The TundamenTals oT good operaTive denTisTry. "There can be no progress unless The child excels The parenT." Realizing This, our Teachers conTinue To make progress by building on Their TundamenTal knowledge and experiences.-l-l. A. T. HARRY A. TRUE, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Professor of Operafive DenTisTry orientation The several courses in This deparTmenT are designed To acquainT The sTudenT wiTh The relaTionship ThaT exisTs beTween The proTession and The public: and To aid him in an undersTanding and appreciaTion oT The eThical, economic, managerial, and legal con- sideraTions in The- conducT oT a denTal pracTice. To accomplish This, The sTudenT is TirsT inTroduced To The scope and responsibiliTies oT The denTal proTession wirh emphasis on The hisTory and developmenT oT denTisTry. ln The Senior year, The erhical, social, and economic relaTions in denTisTry are pre- senTed in order ThaT The irnporTanT social and economic aspecTs oT healTh problems are realized. lnsighT inTo business and legal aspecTs oT a denTal pracTice are presenTed Through lecTures, classwork, and discussions so ThaT The sTudenT may Thoroughly under- sTand The basic business principles oT an eThical denTal pracTice and know haw To guide and conTrol such a pracTice.-B.C.R. BENJAMIN C. REINKE, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Chairman of Deparfmenf of Orienfafion oral surgery The obieclive of 'rhe Oral Surgery Deparlmenl is lo leach lhe iundamenlals of oral surgery and exlracling 'rechnique on an undergraduale level. The philosophy ol com- pleie diagnosis and lrealmenl planning is emphasized. Judgmenl and discrelion em- ploying alraumalic procedures is far more imporlanl al lhis level Than an overbalanced emphasis on surgical lechnique. The undergraduaie is inslrucled in lhe handling of cases under bolh local and general aneslhelics. The maiorily ol lhe worlc is done upon ambulalory palienls. Sludenls are also exposed lo hospilal procedure in lhe handling of cases under surgical asepsis. The course in oral surgery is augmenled by surgical analomy, and oral palhology is a conslanl overlapping field in which biopsy procedure is employed on all neoplaslic lesions. Many oral surgical procedures lhal do nol come wilhin lhe purview of lhe currem' class in oral surgery are presenled lhrough lhe medium of colored molion piclures. ll is by 'rhe use of such visual aids as well as class demonslralions ol surgical procedures lhal grealer diversiiicalion ol cases can be presenled lo 'rhe undergraduale. -S.lvl.lvl. SANFORD M. MOOSE, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Clinical Professor of Oral Surgery HZ-"if rv-s FREDERICK T. WEST, A.B., D.D.S., A.M., F.A.C.D. Clinical Professor of Orfhodonfics AppreciaTing The TacT ThaT prevenTion is The lceynoTe oT modern ThoughT in The healTh sciences, The College OT Physicians and Surgeons has inauguraTed The policy ol emphasizing prevenTion in all phases oT orThodonTic problems. Space mainTainers, acrylic appliances wiTh simple auxiliary wires Tor The correcTion oT Tipped or driTTing TeeTh, recogniTion and correcTion oT habiTs ThaT aTTecT The normal growTh processes oT The iaws and alveolar process, The psychological and mechanical approach To The correcTion oT various sucking and pressure habiTs, The conTrol oT Tongue ThrusTing, careful observaTion and encouragemenT oT oral cleanliness and operaTive den- TisTry procedures, are The iTems which appear mosT TrequenTly on The record cards of The paTienTs in The clinic. This deparTmenT sTrives To presenT a pracTical course Thaf every graduaTe will carry inTo his oTTice pracTice and which he will be able To use wiTh no exTra or special equip- menT buT by merely making use oT his mind and exercising his digiTal slcill. As his en- Thusiasm Tor prevenTive orThodonTics increases, his experience will enable him To care adequaTely Tor The mosT aTTracTive, appreciaTive and desirable clienTele, The child. -F.T.W. orthodontics 2I JOHN K. YOUNG, A.B., A.M., D.D.S. Professor of Bacferiology and Pathology The DeparTmenT oT BacTeriology and PaThology has insTiTuTed a new research proiecT This year, has conTinued iTs work on caries-inhibiTing agenTs, and has made some changes in curriculum lisTings. The new research proiecT is being conducTed in co-operaTion wiTh The EndodonTic Branch of The DeparTmenT oT OperaTive DenTisTry. lT deals wiTh The relaTionship beTween inTecTion and paThology in The apical and periapical regions. RadioacTive beryllium is being used in The sTudies underTalcen by DocTors l.eicesTer and Thomassen in Their search Tor caries-inhibiTing agenTs. The deparTmenT has This year divided iTs undergraduaTe Teaching inTo Three courses: namely, General PaThology, Oncology, and BacTeriology. lT is The sincere wish oT The sTaTT oT This deparTmenT ThaT our research endeavors may be rewarded by noTeworThy Tindings and ThaT in our Teaching program we may conTinue To serve The besT inTeresTs oT The very excellenT sTudenTs iT has been our pleasure To insTrucT. -J. K.Y. y pathology pedodontla ln fhe lasf decade and a half denfal healfh for children has become an imporfanf parf of denfal service. So much so fhaf fhe specialfy of Pedodcnfics has affained a sfafus of imporfance second fo none. The individual pracficing denfisfry for children foday is equipped fo freaf any oral healfh condifion which arises in fhe child's moufh. including prevenfive orfhcdonfics. l-le is expecfed fo have masfered fhe operafive and prosfhodonfic procedures, fo be capable of managing fhe child's behavior in fhe denfal office, and fo perform adeguafe fherapy for pulp-involved feefh. ln fhe lasf several years fhere has been such an increase in fhe number of menfally and physically handicapped children fhaf fhe Pedodonfisf is being forced fo seelc beffer means fo fake care of fhe oral problems of fhese children. By fhe feam work of Pedo- donfisf and Medical Anesfhesiologisf, fhe oral condifions of fhe child can be adequafely cared for by fhe use of a general anesfhefic. -P.W. lvl. PIERRE W. MARQUESS, D.D.S. Assisfanf Clinical Professor of Operafive Denfisfry lPedodoniicsl 2? ff -..,NNLs-S i i Sify. umm 53111111 LOWELL N. PETERSON, D.D.S., F.I.C.D., F.A.C.D. Associafe Clinical Professor of Periodonifia AlThough The PeriodonTia DeparTmenT has only been esTablished since l95l , The sub- iecT has been TaughT Tor many years under The deparTmenT oT OperaTive DenTisTry. The principal problem which we are sTill Tacing is The inTegraTion oT The Sophomore, Junior and Senior Teaching program so ThaT iT is progressive and consisTenT. The Sophomore course in Oral Hygiene inTroduces The sTudenT inTo clinical pracTice. l-le becomes Tamiliar wiTh The denTal equipment handling oT paTienTs, and operaTing in The mouTh. The Junior course in PeriodonTia covers The eTiology, diagnosis and principles oT managemenT oT periodonTal disease, wiTh emphasis on making a Thorough examinaTion oT each paTienT. In The Senior year The sTuclenT learns Technique oT surgical procedure in The TreaT- menT oT periodonTal disease, Because our knowledge oT The subiecT oT periodonTia has grown rapidly in recenT years and many oT The problems have been solved, There has been increasing inTeresT shown by The proTession. For These reasons, reTresher courses are oTTered periodically To assisT pracTicing denTisTs in increasing Their abiliTy To conTrol periodonTal disease. -L.N.P. periodnntfia 24 T Q I HENRY J. RALSTON, B,A., Ph.D. Professor of Physiology The necessarily limiTed Time available Tor physiology and pharmacology land oTher basic sciencesl in denTal school makes iT impossible To devoTe as much aTTenTion To The laboraTory aspecTs as mighT be desirable. AT Physicians and Surgeons This dilTiculTy is compensaTed Tor, as Tar as is possible, in The lecTures which are devoTed largely To describing The basic experimenTs upon which The sciences resT. The human aspecTs oT The sciences are emphasized as much as possible. l:urTher, every eTTorT is made To poinT ouT The ways in which a knowledge oT The TacTs and procedures oT physiology and pharmacology may conTribuTe To The advancemenT oT denTisTry, boTh as a science and as an arT. Finally, The denTal pracTiTioner needs To be Tamiliar wifh The signs and sympToms OT disTurbed TuncTion, as well as The physiology oT The normal human subiecT. To This end, The pafhological aspecTs oT boTh physiology and pharmacology are emphasized in The courses aT Physicians and Surgeons.--l-l.J.R. physiology and pharmacology postgraduate department Undergraduates must ot necessity devote all time and ettort toward developing a clear-conception ot all basic tundamental principles. When a multitude ot techniques are interiected into a class attended by inexperienced students, only contusion and mis- interpretation can result. Atter the completion ot basic education and a teeling ot surety has been acquired it is to be encouraged that advance instruction be sought in subjects ot particular interest to the dentist. Several types ot postgraduate instruction are available: l. An extended course lone or more yearsl in a specialized branch ot dentistry which will satisty qualitication tor a Specialty Board or will lead to an advanced academic degree. A 2. A course extending over a tew weelrs which will provide experience in one or several departments ot special interest. 3. Short retresher-type courses ot several days duration which consist ot intensive training in one tield or endeavor. Attendance in courses ot any type is stimulating to men and will encourage their urge to progress with their protession.-C.A.S. CHARLES A. SCRIVENER, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Director of Postgraduate Courses M E a X uw' re ww my . I M ff I l prosthetic dentistry lt is the purpose ot dental prosthesis to provide the means tor the restoration ot normal physiological tunctions and to re-establish the appearance ot those areas ot the tace which the loss ot teeth has attected. ln order to tultill in the highest degree the requirements ot prosthetics, one should be an anatomist, a sculptor, an artist and an artisan. The knowledge, slcill, and handicratt necessary to carry out these requirements comes with close, long continued, and patient application. The student progresses trom technique pieces designed to acquaint him with the advantages and limitations ot basic dental materials to the ultimate construction ot dentures in clinical practice. ln content and arrangement, the course in Prosthetic Dentistry has loeen planned to stress the tundamentals underlying all procedures. Whatever the manner chosen to treat a given case, the decision will be largely determined only atter caretul study and adequate diagnosis.-J.W. JACK WERNER, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. ,Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry 2 E, 4 .fl , V Z 45311.11 f . by ig 5 I i ,..,.,,:e...ii Q 1 , JOHN M. SINGLER, D.D.S. lnsfrucfor in Operative Denfisfry Sfudenf pracfice of denfisfry in fhe college infirmary represenfs fhe mosf imporfanf phases of denfal educafion. l-lere, af lasf, fhe sfudenf is permiffed fo ufilize fo pracficable advanfage fhose principles and 'rechniques wifh which he has sfruggled in fhe underclass laborafories. l-le quickly recognizes and responds fo fhe whims and feelings of fhese "living pa- fienfs" in confrasf fo fhe inanimafe casfs and models prepared for laborafory resfora- fions. l-le soon evaluafes fhe reacfion of living persons fo pain, pride, aesfhefic, and economic qualifies. l-le learns fo appreciafe prompfness and responsibilify. Sympafhy for fhe unforfu- nafe offen resulfs in financial sacrifice on fhe parf of fhe inexperienced sfudenf. Cone scienfious efforf develops even in fhe mosf laclcadaisical person. There can be no subsfifufe for pracfical experience. The more cases underfalcen in fhe clinic under compefenf supervision, The greafer fhe variefy of experiences and fhe ulfimafely beffer denfisf. Alfhough if is frequenfly difficulf fo believe, your faculfy is primarily inferesfed in assisfing you in your success, well being, and professional sfanding.-J.iv1.S. college -infirmary practice in memoriiam MARIE O. DUNLAP Classes for fhe pasf fwelve years will be saddened fo learn of fhe passing of Miss Marie O. Dunlap, on February IZ, l955. Marie, as she was lovingly known fo her fellow workers, fhe faculfy, and sfudenfs, re- fired from fhe college in November of I954 because of ill healfh. During fhe monfh of December, she underwenf an operafion from which she failed fo recover. For a number of years Marie was relief radiographer before joining fhe sfaff as a full-fime fechnician in I943. Af fhe fime of her refiremenf fhe deparfmenf had grown fo such an exfenf fhaf if was necessary for her fo have fwo assisfanfs. Her enfhusiasm for all fhings concerning fhe school, and her personal inferesf and concern for each sfudenf was always apparenf. She is probably remembered mosf for her affendance af every commence-menf exercise, where she gave her personal con- grafulafions fo each graduafe wifh an affecfionafe embrace. The college will always cherish fhe memory of our loyal friend, Marie O. Dunlap. fi YWWV n,,Q, ,f Q7 X ki! r 4 ' . HWWZZL I5 44 fm 'f f fff A X f ff ff ,f ,M fy bpm yf f f 4 1 4, ,,,' ,C , I yf, ,fnjf f ff X' ,7 ' WL- ,g fff W W , W, f ,Q ,f,, Lgfy ff ff Q4 ,J aw 7' W7 X? , ,, 14W ,f yy' W X , W X 7 aff Hi f fy ff ,, , u 2' X I W, ,. fy . W , 2 fi ff Q' , f fy' MX 'V X , "7 3 f ' X ' ,, f ,, X" .X g JQWX ' X X 7X iff XV f! . 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Dunbar VICE-PRESIDENT Gerd Wolman SECRETARY-TREASU RER Walter Ziemer HISTORIAN Anfhony P. Don -...A ii Si RICHARD A DUNBAR . V 5 7' i , 'vrx-Lie.. f .0 . 'K . .M cg 0 nu. Q .2?'.E'.g. 1? Xma- R Z 'Q' J L. ' X iz zz - R 4.1 2 . v , is A thorn among roses. 5 Sornn if '-' Sa:'nv'f1 34 Lrrifsf 1' :J N' Al H9310 k'C"w 53,45 ilu- 5,- ?e' :4'ru Nmwgmhw A v 'N W" fax iors 1954-1955 1 1 of 'f ' f U, FRANK J. BREWSTER W' Arvin, California Universify of California Universify of Soufhern California A.B. Psychology Della Sigma Delfa CORDES W ANKELE ll Sacramenfo California Sacramenfo College Unlverslfv of California A B Anfhropology Psi Omega M47 ROY L. BRYGGMAN Salinas, California Universify of California B.S. Hospifal Adminisfralion Psi Omega WILLIAM H. BRAY Napa, California Humbolf Sfafe College Della Sigma Della RALPH G. CASTELLANOS San Dieqo, California San Dieqo Sfafe College Psi Omega , ,g, KENNETH E. CORNELL Oakland, California University of California Psi Omega y, f, UUA MW! 5 iff ROBERT L. DAHLGREN Fresno, California Fresno Slate College A.B. Biology Xi Psi Phi JEROME E. DOBAK Richmond, California Sfocklon Junior College Universiiy of California A.B. Zoology Psi Omega Where's 'lhe lip? ROBERT H. DaPRATO Woo'dland, California Universify of California A.B. Zoology Delia Sigma Della .EHCVE i DOBAK l 3l"CfC' Califomia U17 mer College 1-nw :F Calilornia ANTHONY P. DON Tucson, Arizona University of Arizona Michigan Slale College B.S. Zoology Della Sigma Della ff Y EUGENE V. ERZINGER San Diego, California Loyola Universify San Diego Slalo College Psi Omega 77 ROBERT A. EVANS San Francisco, California University of California A.B. Zoology Xi Psi Phi AJ. Zoology Psi Omega -r,n'i flle HP? RICHARD A. DUNBAR Norlh Hollywood, California La Sierra, College A.B. Biology R FRANK FAIRBANKS Sail Lake Clfy Ulah U niversily of Ulah Brigham Young University Xi Psi Phi 1, f LOUIS FILIPICH Oakland California mmf San Francisco Slale College A B Chemlslry 'aww' get 'iv iijww FREDERICK O. FORBES Eureka, California Humboldl Slale College Universilv of California A.B. Zoology Xi Psi Phi JAMES A. GRAHAM San Francisco, California Universily of San Francisco B.S. Biology Della Sigma Della RICHARD F. HOEDT San Francisco, California Universily of Sanla Clara Della Sigma Della HARLI N E. FOSTER Cloverdale, California Slanford Universily A. B. Biological Sciences Della Sigma Della A X ,JW I, fi Sh-ru , , ,3 -:mi " 21' "2':'s:o 'I 'Va JOHN G. INNES Berkeley, California Universify of California A.B. Anfhropology Xi Psi Phi I L RICHARD J. KNORR Del Mar, California Oceanside Junior College San Diego Sfale College Delia Sigma Delia GEORGE R. KOCH Los Alfos, California San Jose Sfafe College Sfanford Universify A.B. Psychology Xi Psi Phi mm ' ?i . Mfswdwzw .MT -41 . Ce 'g:..,5 .. 5,--4 Clare IJ- l Y Dig fhar iive, boys! EDWARD J. KOVACS Cleveland, Ohio John Carroll Universify B.S. Biological Science Xi Psi Phi f,l!9?g ' lwwnf I No esfheiics, buf do we have funcfion. the year of the sheepskin WiTh aTraumaTic Tears in our eyes, we have coasTed To The end oT ThaT greaT highway Through UndergraduaTe- land. The TirsT lap, wiTh iTs quagmire oT OsTeology, The slow sucking quicksand oT BiochemisTry, The swampland OT Physiology had each oT us geared Tor The rougher sledding ahead. Along came The second lap OT our iourney. l-lead over Neclc To sTarT, and mosT were head over heels alreadyi Crown and bridge and The Tamous BCK rule, quoTed more oTTen aT The casual weekend game oT bridge Than aT school. PaThology, BacTeriology, and Ohgoshology! Monday morne ing aT The manil4in-whaT a way To sTarT The weelcl Then wiTh lap number Three came The live ones . . . "Don'T be shy, geT down There, Those paTienTs are clamor- ing Tor your services." Give ThaT man a hero buTTon-iT may have Talcen six hours, buT he made iT over The mosT nerve racking mile oT The journey. In SepTember we plunged inTo Pharmacology and came ouT To be greeTed xii ue-C fif I U' A., Jf : .- rf , ,, .ff .1-V' ,- gf? 1 f :fill rf? Slighfly slrained bald eagle gels caries. by Oral PaThology and TherapeuTics. Specials oT all sorTs kepT our spiriTs up . . . never could have made iT wiThouT Them . . . real morale builders, Those. ln The spring we were besieged wiTh a new panic device oT recenT inven- Tion, JUNIOR REQUIREMENTS! All summer was spenT working on parTials, excepT The monTh oT AugusT which was given over To The Seniors-To-be Tor looking Tor more parTial paTienTs among Triends and relaTives. "The Senior year's a cruise-downhill all The way," They said, buT we Tound small reTarding TacTors such as "Two hundred uniTs OT This, Three hundred uniTs oT ThaT, see DocTor so-and-so, exTracT ThaT TooTh, run To STanTord Lane, wriTe Tor Chips, casT ThaT crown, wriTe ThaT paper, Perio, Pedo, Endo, OrTho, ProsTho, EThico. . ." As The year wore on, hairs Tell, Tingers were biTTen, brows Turrowed and backs benT, buT in spiTe oT iT all The pinball machine dex- TeriTy increased, The Trade aT .Kenealy's doubled, CulberT- son and Soren became The passwords and wives and sweeThearTs saw an occasional movie. As we neared The Toll sTaTion on The greaT highway seniors could be seen squaring away accounTs, Tinishing up lasT minuTe requiremenTs, begging class lll paTienTs, renTing oTTice space, and menTally buying new equipmenT. Finals and sTaTe boards over and now, HERE WE ARE! C5enTlemen oT leisure unTil we embark upon our second big iourney To PRACTICELAND.-J.E.lvl. When do you do a Therapeufic? Whaf happened? 41" , 4 l ,www .f 1 i W5 SJW" Q 'W 7 QQNN X fm X N N an News Z1 ff' M W iv, f 7 .ffy WILLIAM A. LAUGHLIN Oakland, Callfornla Sfanford Universify A.B. Biological Sciences M.B.A. Business Adminisfrafion g HENRY J. LOWE Salinas, California Harfnell College Sfanford Universify A.B. Biological Sciences ALLWYN W. METHERELL Turlock, California Pacific Union College A.B. Biologv A.M. Biology Xi Psi Phi T Q 04552 .185 Q a . waz lg' A if BILL L. MOON Twin Falls. Idaho Farraquf College Bakersfield Junior College Universifv of California A.B. Polifical Science Delfa Sigma Della H Lef's see . . . which chapfers did l assign? Six i if X Q If 1. K . If .. A I F: 1499 JK' i X 1 JACK E. MCLENAGHAN San Pedro California Compfon Junior College Universify of California N-an l l gym... ,,,,, A.B. Psychology Della Sigma Della wg---we MVP ' M-...JV N PQ! . .. '. . 1 -. 't 'af -1 ':-z E:'e':: l.!'i ',-.. ggplers did l . --ffl, , . .vliL,5,S,,x :.ffr'Q!?i G ii fi f f iwlil lffi , , 4! 5 . 131, ..,f V JAMES F. MULICK San Gabriel. California Universify of California af Sanfa Barbara A.B. Zoology Della Sigma Della GEORGE W. MULLER Laramie, Wyoming Universify of Wyoming Denver Universify Universifv of Colorado B.S. Pre-Medical M.S. Physiology JAMES L. NISSON Eureka, California Humboldf Sfafe College A.B. Biological Sciences Delfa Sigma Delfa ...,,.f"' HAROLD K. NOALL Menlo Park, California Universify of California A.B. General Curriculum Xi Psi Phi WW GEORGE F. OVIEDO San Francisco, California Universily of California A.B. General Curriculum Xi Psi Phi 4,-.,M4,,, fwm,f-,,,,a......4,,4 JUEL A. PARKER Joseph, Ufah Brigham Young Universily B.S. Zoology Xi Psi Phi STEPHEN C. PICKERING 'A Copperlon, Ufah Universify of Ufah B.S. Zoology Xi Psi Phi JOHN R. RUSSELL San Diego, California Universily of Sanfa Clara WALTER F. PETERS Fresno, California Fresno Slale College A.B. Biology Xi Psi Phi .. X sw iS .N X is ms WILLIAM H. SCHMIDT Burlin ame California 9 . Sfa nford, U niversify A.B. Biology Psi Omega RICHARD K. SNOW Sanfa Ana, California Universify of California Psi Omega RODNEY L. STAVE Sanfa Maria, California Universify of California Sanla Barbara Wesfmonl College A.B. Zoology Psi Omega PAUL H. STEWART Pioche, Nevada Universily of Ufah Dixie Junior College Universifv of Soulhern California X S Q xXwNwmNWWa..aail is 'C i ,:,: .. V Nf Xi Psi Phi s w PHILIP W. STRAUSS Burlingame, California San Mateo Junior College Universily of California Psi Omega BLUFORD B. USREY, JR. Santa Monica, California Universily of Ar'zona Univers'lv of California al Los Angeles A B. Zoology Psi Omega JAMES B. WALLS Nampa, Idaho San Jose Siafe Colleqe Della Sigma Della 74 ta' When belier denfures are made . . . XX NN x X Qfvwffb' .. D . 5, L1-rn :Al .9475 :' . .3 Mgt. Al lr.'W'fa-' I IU f"5-2 "MSU ,- A :,.. - 4. .p. 'wx Us Y . ,-, ,., .ki -v. ELLIOT L. WIEN Burbank, California Universily of Califo Los Angeles A.B. Bacleriology Alpha Omega DONALD R. WOFFORD Fresno, California Fresno Slale College Della Sigma Della GERD S. WOLMAN Los Angeles, California Universily of California Los Angeles Della Sigma Della RAYMOND YARRlS Valleio, California Sau Jose Slale College Slanford Universily A.B. Biological Sciences Della Sigma Della qs WALTER ZIEMER Ogden, Ulah Weber College Universily of Arizona Psi Omega EDWARD J. LATYIG FREDERICK T. wesr .. MHCHELLJ, BILAFER JOHN TOCCHINI . , ,W W I ,X , ff, " ,. U' ' X - 5 1' ,,,, 4 , I FUCHARD A. DUNBAR 516 1 CHARLES A. SCRIVENER WlLLIAM F. R. TRUE ' HERBERT E. WARD STANTON R. BURNS , . Caziii A ' VN. YANG , ff , I . QW. CHARLES A. SCRIVENER RICHARD A, , ' f f 5, , ,, . , '-AWQLK Q 7 Q72 nf L ' ' vw f M X, DUNBAR XM ., ' f Z' ..,, . . K ,. , f.f Q, ' f, M2417 Z, ' I ff , f " ff' , V 'QW 1 jf's..,. , , ,fx 1 - f A X ' - 4? , 1,5315 ,ww .fi , ,:1.:. . , X.'X f WX A ff, fy f W5 Q ff , , Qsafk , ,I Q nv 4g,A,. I :ffl Vrfgllix MU! XS f'7.5'. 4, 2 HW- , 3, yv, ,,i gr gyskgwf, f z. f., M. IIUW STANTON R. BURNS HERBERT E. WARD - fm A C, ,ff I WI,-ff FREDERICK T. WEST EDWARD J. LATTIG MITCHELL J. BILAFER JOHN TOCCHINI WILLIAM F. R. TRUE .Q . .f 41-1..,.,,"' ' EAW PRESIDENT Lawrence L. Broman VICE-PRESIDENT Harold Harada SECRETARY Sfephen S. Yuen TREASURER George S. Crommelin AWRENCE L. BROMAN No idenfificafion necessary. 0' f I MAN, 'I' Q4 ww' 1 4,,..r 'l Ts 'fn' X Psy" Lf. lift' 9 Lmgv .V :A 5.1, ,, rv li 15254 - ' ' U.. . sh A 4 f M 'lkn . L, """'l' L' .4 I I 0 Lg- A IUIIIUYS hfhp NA: 'f I.. ..A.. l'l UA ,V . wx T 1 " .x,,g MARVIN D. ANDERSON San Francisco, California Universify of California A.B. Polifical Science Psi Omega DALE H. ANDREWS Logan, Ufah Ufah Sfafe College B.S. Zoological Science PAUL J. ARMANINI San Francisco California Universify of San Francisco 5 Psi Omega NELS I. BEALS Los Angeles, California Universify of Soufhern California A.B. Zoology A.M. Zoology Psi Omega MARCUS K. BITTER Rexburg, Idaho Ricks College Universify of Soufhern California Xi Psi Phi RODNEY HOWARD BLOOM Los Angeles, California Universify of California af Los Angeles Universify of Soufhern California B.A. Psychology Alpha Omega ALANA A. BRAN ICK San Francisco, California Marquefle Universify B.S. Chemisfry Xi Psi Phi LAWRENCE L. BROMAN Salf Lake Cify, Ufah Universify of Ufah B.S. Biological Science Delfa Sigma Della RICHARD E. CARCHIDI San Francisco, California San Francisco Sfafe College Della Sigma Delia CLOYD R. CHAMBERLAIN Salf Lake Cify, Ufah University of Ulah B.A. Biological Science Xi Psi Phi JACK M. CHAMBERLAIN San Jose, California San Jose Sfafe College A.B. Biological Science DONALD W. CHRISTOPHER Sanfa Monica, California University of Soufhern California B.A. Zoological Science Delfa Sigma Delia f www, WZ. NM? .gms 55-Fe . H7 , ,, 424. S2 Aw Q .gm Q. 4. . """"'N-we-x l -X., Q l T ix. 4 , 0 1.7 I U 5 'f if T hi' a' ' .i .,, sn-f,. A qfw . fc JOHN G. CONLAN San Francisco, California Sf. Mary's College B,S. Zoological Science Delfa Sigma Delfa JOHN R. CROAL Sanfa Ana, California Loyola Universify B.S. Biological Science Psi Omega GEORGE S. CROMMELIN Sanfa Monica, California Universify of California af Los Angeles B.S. Business Adminisfrafion Della Sigma Delia JAMES P. CRUTCHFIELD San Francisco, California University of San .FFBHCISCO 8.5. Biological Sclentie Della Sigma Della JI, ' . .Vt 52 l n, ' UW 1, sw" , I1 :'f, frf J, . F:.ll " ',-. . ill,- i 'liz s. L-. "lv . ' M L... ag, .,. qt' 1 m . . A... l CHL IQ: I 4 Vi :Q ,cjvrlqrnla s 555 N c 3 R I v J Cgiaiinie -Q' . lr ' if-ll ' Ciilrrwla -airy Lzxierce 1- v 13vMEl.lN ,, .. 3 Cgfllarnia Qllnrrla al A' :Z . I ' rslralml '53 .--1 .l-'r-' i A, , D5 la 7 QU L. 4 ICHFIELQ galilmla 0 1 rv, liisiaf lfilmsi ,r l 'Lal Stlelle 4 .-,f ! ,lla ,111 ao, KENNETH H. CUSICK Berkeley, California Universify of California Della Sigma Della RICHARD M. GARRICK Whiffier, California Sfanford Universify A.B. Biological Science RICHARD B. HANSEN San Francisco, California Universify of California al Berkeley Psi Omega HAROLD S. HARADA Los Angeles, California Universify of California af Los Angeles A.B. Bacferiology Delia Sigma Delfa 1 , EL.. 'I f f 5' ffl" , , fi' I? f . A ,JWWW , , .aar ,fffw , ,MY .. .-,, , ,.., ..,,.- f -. , ,, , an . 5 f, 2, fa, , ., fgr, "!' ' -,'. ., ,,f,.lf,,, ,I V, i , , . X A A ' r", if-7 - ., .. ,1, L . Q? ' -31.2, ' -4'- 5 l 'L 4 Jnztrz -r -GJ: iw.,-2 , f 6Affmum-w','-9:-Wii"4".25 . V OA , n f . 4 f A -, . .fV,4,,4..-1 - rf- , ::'M' ,.z ' r 42351251 ,fgz-, . .. V gh V, , ,.., l,z Q. r .W WMM ff! ,L w.,i,5E, ,, , ,, NARIAKI R. HATA Berkeley, California Universify of California af Berkeley B.S. Public Healfh ROBERT S. HERTZ San Francisco, California Universify of California af Los Angeles Alpha Omega EVERILL J. HILLS San Francisco, California La Sierra College JAMES R HUGHES Berkeley California Universily of California A.B. Zoological Science Delia Sigma Delfa the year of the mallet Down Trom The serene sophomore lab, where no paTienTs ever Trod, we leTT The reassuring conTines oT The Third Tloor and proceeded inTo The clinic. Drop- ping our manilcins wiTh one hand and swinging The painTbrush wiTh The oTher, we opened our "oTTices." Envying Those classmaTes who were brave enough To Take summer vacaTion liTerally, we wenT begging Tor paTienTs Trom The lcingly and casual seniors. ATTer making our TirsT appoinTmenT, we honesTly cannoT say ThaT we didn'T secreTly hope Tor a cancellaTion. When procrasTinaTion yielded To The rallying call oT Fauchard and G. V., There saT our TirsT paTienT wiTh Whal' do I do now? Th siTuaTion There REALLY isn'T much gold showing Wuxi' his mouTh wide open ready Tor The besT ThaT den- TisTry had To oTTerg we rose To The occasion and wenT To call upon The nearesT senior To give The TirsT iniec- Tion and place The rubber damp we were so saTisTied ThaT ThaT Class I amalgam Toolc only Three hours. And so. we were bapTized inTo denTisTry3 buT our member- ship cards really came on The day oT our TirsT ex- posure-This. er-, canalized us inTo clinical endo- donTics. BeTore we lcnew iT, The "boomers" had a couple oT hundred uniTs To our TiTTy and SepTember rolled around and wiTh iT came classes and Technic courses is well in arm. 54 l Y f Txbaving, .v :T F1 .4 , I Ui qi 'U S65 When beffer crowns are made... Somefimes iT's easier To sTand The PATIENT on his head. and The pressure began To mounT. Those who Tound Time goT married, or acquired progeny, or even goT sick. The earlier pauciTy oT paTienTs Turned inTo an overloaded appoinTmenT book, and sTill They came Trom The examining room, lunch hours were cuT To grab-some-grub-anyTime-you-can-buT-keep-one-eye- on-ThaT-lunch-hour-boomer basis, Technic work was done during cancellaTions. Then came anoTher mile- sTone, our TirsT "special." ThaT enTire morning was spenT buying, reclaiming, and recondiTioning equip- menT and deciding on which way which insTrumenT should Tace. By The Time our seT-up and rubber dam were checked oTT, our hands were as weT and clammy as a used rubber dam napkin. When The requiremenTs Tor The year were Tinally posTed, denTure paTienTs suddenly became rare, pedo paTienTs couldn'T be Tound, porcelain iackeTs became sparse, and parTial paTienTs were as rare as a perio insTrucTor who can'T Tind TarTar on a TooTh. Then as The year rolled on, more and more our hands, brains, and hearTs became supersaTuraTed wiTh denTisTryg yeT wiTh every new day, There appeared more To be learned and masTered beTore Tomorrow dawned. Crown and bridge was a consTanT headache: phar- macology was reason enough Tor giving up Television, TherapeuTics was, Too: oral paTh was simpliTied some- whaT, Thanks To The well-organized syllabi oT Dr. Young: exposures were a common ThreaT in pedo clinic: perio consisTed oT weekly sessions oT "These and Those"y Uncle Joe was The saviour in denTures, parTials was an everlasTing search Tor Dr. Rhoads: and operaTive clinic will be remembered, as always, as The never-ending quesT Tor a 5:30 check-oTT. BUT Then, every year is "The" hardesT unTil viewed in reTrospecT, and as one oT The maxims goes, "we all wenT Through iT"3 so, iT you'll excuse me, I'lI go join in The posT-morTem seminar aT Kenealy's. -S.S.Y. And sTiII anofher y ear To go K ,fe 3: . r.-fx:-'. I QSGY1 so Gaamc ex w Qwf :X ,ar , ' . fa' iw... emaa.a ..A,A fawwmac amigwmwf SEQQEQQ . . " ' .H ,m. f,QQWH Q NMQQQ . s.. m. . Moe S. New ' . I , .Q H afgmwaaaemwg aaa Qwwwaxea . 4 Q ' 9 pi ' I i I I EZ? egg, Zaye 5 ,f,,, W, GLW' , 14 y f ,i I 35 .15, ,,g,M.54f,,,,q 44, ffm, gf, , 4WZZZ?4?WV-I ZQZWU' 'VW U-, f , Q f, .' I ' ,QWKMQLMA-xnwJ..g:L71'i'1'Z .4 ' V47 , , I I 4 Tw,3f,9fZifff, 'im X . A X ,Z 2 f y 4, , Q V f, f. , fc wmwwwwma I X ,, 5,7 5 , xbb, Y .. 9 f bf , ic 4 , xg 6, , 5 I f 'Pa X if 2 'Q 42 I X X X f fi ek 8 we X 5 4:2 a.x.!'..4i..T.':if.. 2.5.43 JOHN J. HUTCHINGS San Francisco, California Universify of San Francisco B.S. Biological Science Psi Omega RALPH W. JACKSON Alameda, California Universify of California A.B. General Curriculum Della Sigma Delfa JACK M. JENSEN San Francisco, California San Francisco Sfafe College A.B. Biological Science WILLIAM A. JENSEN Fresno, California Fresno Sfafe College Delfa Sigma Della ,.-,. , f RICHARD G. KINCADE Oakland, California ' Universily of California A.B. General Curriculum Delfa Sigma Delfa Vwwjqwwq I ' f ' "" ' N 4 ROBERT L. KING Los Angeles, California , , 7V Universify of California af A , f Los Angeles , Psi Omega , , i "iv x 1 I .'5.-'Sr' 'A . l I 'Fl ' 5:12 I 'wi' FUNK GEORGE A. LOUIE "- Oakland, California I l l I I MERRILL c. MENSOR, JR. l Hillsborough, California Sfanford Universify B.A. Biological Sciences Universify of California S A.B. Bacteriology -2558 Nm 35 X .slg , x . N S A. -+ ag . f r X Q X 'I rx' Fi rli iff: 2,1 5 .sig 'Ziff lgiif ' 11 , i. 1. I i v , ,. v 1 Y rd D' S I P if J i 'I in A I RICHARD L. MOORE Meridian, l'daho Universify of Idaho B.A. Sociology Delfa Sigma Delfa STANLEY R. NUZUM Sacramenfo, California Pomona College A.B. Zoological Sciences Psi Omega THOMAS F. MCDONALD Wesf Palm Beach, Florida Universiiy of California A.B. Psychology Psi Omega CYRIL C. OWENS Lodi, California College of fhe Pacific A.B. Zoological Sciences Xi Psi Phi JAMES B. MCINANEY Palo Alfa, California Universiiy of California Psi Omega WILLIAM H. PAUL Burlingame, California Sfanford Universify Psi Omega MERVIN D. NELSON Oakland, California Universify of Soufhern California WILMONTE L. PENNER Sf. Helena, California Pacific Union College B.A. Biological Sciencc Xi Psi Phi DeVAN ROBINS Kaysville, Ulah Ufah Sfale College B.S. Bacferiology LOUIS A. SCHMIDT San Mafeo, California San Jose Sfafe College A.B. Biological Science Xi Psi Phi ROBERT D. SCOREN Windsor, Onlario Universify of Wesf Onfario B.A. General Curriculum Della Sigma Della SLAVO S. SEPICH San Francisco, California Kansas Sfafe Teachers Colleqe Universify of California Xi Psi Phi fif 2 4 Y l STEPHEN T. SPICKER San Francisco, California Universify of Arizona B.S. Zoological Science Psi Omega HENRY L. TAMMES San Francisco, California San Francisco Sfafe College GRANT R. TAYLOR Provo, Ufah Colorado A. 8 M. W Della Sigma Delta P - P' , Q1 Xl x +. 1' vifg - ' ,Q J 4 SLTSSE A ...gh he x Yr . . . . Q1 s xi: ix. N .NY .Aw e HY, FE. ri, L .-N," Qs , . X iunf...-...Q 5 HAROLD L. THOMPSON Santa Cruz, California Slanford Universify A.B. Bioloqucal Science A.M. Education JOSEPH S. ULICS San Diego, California San Diego Sfafe College A.B. Zoological Science Psi Omega HARRY R. ULMAN Los Angeles, California Universify of California B.A. Bacleriology Delfa Sigma Delfa lnifiaflon dinner for Junior and Senior Tau Kappa Omega members TED B. LYNN ll PRESIDENT TED B. LYNN VICE-PRESIDENT Waller A. Reichle SECRETARY Louis J. Geissberger TREASURER Earl J. Chase, Jr. , HISTORIAN l George Miles g l l l I l l M.Wm,,,, ,,.. 4 b-uhm Typical sophomore neafness. ls ophomores L 60 xl I . f '. 1 l,. yr il I :.,s V -gal.. .,. . .ist 'iialtqi ' if A 3 P HAL V. ABEGG Tucson, Arizona Brigham Young Universily Texas Weslern College Xi Psi Phi STANLEY ANZIS Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Sfafe College Alpha Omega LEONARD S. BAN KS Sacramento, California Sacramenlo Sfafe College B.A. Life Science RICHARD W. BARTLETT Chula Visla. California San Diego Sfafe College B.S. Zoology Delia Sigma Delia ROBERT G. BELL, JR. San Diego, California Willenberg College Denison Universily A.B. Psi Omega GEORGE BIBINOFF San Francisco, California University of California A.B. General Curriculum Psi Omega 29' - 'e"".vs-wfv g if-If 14, . ,i -A s 1 X , 5 .XA gh C ,WW I R554 Y4' P v RICHARD P. .BARICH San Pedro, California Universify of California B.S. Public Healfh BARTH H. ,BLACK Della, Ulah Universily of Ulah Xi Psi Phi f 6l RONALD BROWN Los Angeles, California Universify of California af Los Angeles EDWARD BRYAN Bosfon, Massachusefls San Francisco Slafe College DENZEL J. CAVEN Maquokefa, Iowa Universify of California Delfa Sigma Della WESLEY H. CHALMERS Sfocklon, California Universily of California B.A. Zoology Psi Omega f-wvw -wif ,wif Y X R N4-Y an Nw? .wffew Aww Nw I X 4 we U If Nw EARL J. CHASE Van Nuys, California Universify of Southern California FRANCIS CRAWFORD Brentwood, California Universify of California A.B. General Curriculum DANIEL H. EVANS San Diego, California San Diego Siale College A.B. Bolany LOUIS J. GEISSBERGER San Francisco. California Sf. Mary's College B.S. Zcology Delia Sigma Della I rf, l S1 gidwf- if YY 1-' wp' 1,4 I I ll 4 .Ury 9:9 I :,'Z' 9' P14751 ,1!:SJ I ,Htl -.v 4 Ur"."r ku I ' ',.. ' M L ,. ' ' I 'fnfzc .ll LR? 1. .mu h' 1: gf- -fr 'Q 1 if , ' ' A. I l 3 f , -.l,: . .vi H ,, .wwfrwi . ,4. X 3.1 3""!fg Ilxhlgig '2 If '::ria, " iz! llcrnla 4--flrulum . Suki f' ':...'9 -x,. 'ye CTW 1:-553369, ',' olllvfllla 102115, dl "' : SG' I . ,., W , . STANLEY D. GREEN San Francisco, California Universify of California Zoology DAVID M. GROVE Daly Cify, California Sfanford Univers fy A.B. Biological Sciences LEON B. HANSEN Manhaffan Beach, California El Camino College Psi Omega CARROLL A. HEFFERNAN, JR Fresno, California University of Sanfa Clara B.S. Biology Delta Sigma Delfa 3 V R 1 S I l , WILLIAM H. HENRY Fresno, California Fresno Sfafe College ,, e f'a' L A.B. Enfomoloqy If Xi Psi Phi www ROBERT W. HURLEY Park Cify, Ulah Universify of Ufah Universify of Colorado B.S. Mechanical Engineering C. LOREN JESSUP Hollywood, California Farraguf College Universify of New Mexico Universify of Soufhern California A.B. Anfhropology Xi Psi Phi DON E. KING Bellingham, Washingfon Whilworfh College B.S. Basic Science Eng w.. .5 6 thaw X T This denTisTry is for The birds. My crown and bridge is finished. the year of the manikin Which one's The cadaver? WiTh a cry oT "DiTch The plasTer TeeTh, men, iT's real ones Trom here on in," The class oT 1957 was launched inTo iTs second year. ATTer Three monThs oT quieT, resT, sunshine, and sleep lworlc, me?l we were ready Tor The biggesT one oT Them all. lT commenced quieTly and peaceTully, ThaT is, The TirsT day, Then The boom was lowered: Pharmacolo uizzes - crowns - anaTomv uiz- evq n In D T Ci es - paTholoqy - inlays. Gold Tori! BuT, DocTor True, The sTore is ouT oT iT." Quizes-prosTheTics- porcelain - "Would you like more Time Tor your dissecTion? I could use my inTluence around here and maybe They'll leT you come in on SaTurday and Sunday To worln on your cadavorf' Quizes - "Crowns are due nexT weels, boys" - Slide quizes -prosTheTics is easy. JusT puT in The TeeTh, see ThaT The occlusal plane is halTway in beTween laoirh arch- es, ThaT you have proTrusive ceniric - work, resT - Tinals nexT weelc W Johimbinel And so ended The TirsT quarTer. We locled up our muscle cards and Took oTT Tor home sweol home, good coolcing and Merry Chrishnas. During The Two weelcs aT home we were greelod by Trionds and rela- Tives Trom Tar and near: So, you're home -well, how abouf worlinq n liiTle, now? WhaT's wrong wiTh my iooih? My iaw hui-Ts here - l'll save all oT my donTal worl Tor you - Did They Tell you anyihinq aboui supersonic, hiqh 64 r wx NX was ws ssc '92 '1 'N A l .A .iv Z' . wzficl .-3.35, 1:--yf-:Ui i , ar I jfwe ...3-filifl 11.55 f 1"" ' ,., ju, C3455 ,f . ,l . :sgillal E ,av ' arfl' E"-f' , f ,,-M55 , . 1 af' Sour -11,1 ' Dv, ,ame- hli-g iwo ,F U , Asfifd Y, 'i A Yffle. liuflf Well, I have lo eal some place. lrequency, undulaled, modulaled, conslernaled, nuclear, lissionomalic, pulsonamous, loolh drilling, yel? I read aboul il in lhe Ladies Home Journal. Will you 'Fix lhis denlure - il's a lillle loose and has a crack down lhe middle. And so wilh our spirils heighlened we embarked on lhe second quarler and lold ourselves lhal il wouldn'l be so bad. Aller all, we had almosl all ol Monday alciernoon lor lechnigue-lhen, CAZAM-we were o : "I iusl wanl lo lell you lhal lhis class made some ol lhe besl porcelain preparalions lhal we have seen in a long lime" - Oncology - pilldown man - sordies - "I do slill like you boys even il your crowns are lhe worsl we've seen in a long lime - Bul, Doclor, I don'1' even OWN a pneumalic. milf fi: iff ,V f ll's all in knowing how. lhey looked like - iusl one more enamel rod, boys, - gee, nexl guarler lhey're alive." This is only a small parl ol whal hil lhe class ol l957 during ils second year, lor al press lime, chaos rages al an ever increasing lempo, and lhe class is begin- ning lo show signs ol slrain. The orbilal porlions ol cur orbicularis oris lar exceed lheir normal inlerior margins, our eyes are bloodshol and as we drag our weary bodies lo our beds in lhe early morning hours, we hope lervenlly lhal our sleep won'l be marred by whal scienlisls commonly call "Denlal Nieurosisu bul which is really known as dissocialed, overcompensal- ed negalivaled syncopaled librilalions ol lhe glial membranes. Lislen lo whal being sophomores has done lor us. -R.l-l.S. Il's oasy-iusl PUT in lhe leelh, FRANK L. KING Arlinglon, California La Sierra College B.A. Biology JEROME P. LA VALLEY Livingston, Montana Monlana Slale College Universify of Washinglon Xi Psi Phi JOSEPH H. LINDHOLM, JR. Lemoore, California University of California A.B. Psychology KENNETH E. LOGAN Arlinglon, California La Sierra College B.A. Biology TED LYNN Pocatello, Idaho Idaho Stale College Xi Psi Phi WILLIAM G. MEYER Oakland, California Universily of California GEORGE S. MILES Ma'dera, California Fresno Slafe College Xi Psi Phi ROBERT R. MILLSLAGLE Sanfa Crul, California Slanford Universify Pre-Denial Delia Sigma Della ix fig .., , W dx. e'v, E. f N134 ' 4 'Y ..4, l ABRAHAM J. MONIER Grand Rapids, Michigan Universify of Michigan A.B. Pre-Professional ARTHUR OLD San Gabriel, California Universily of California al Los Angeles Psi Omega DONALD E. OME Oakland, California San Francisco Slale College A.B. Biological Science Psi Omega KERRICK R. PHILLEO Covina, California Slanford Universify Delta Sigma Della ROBERT C. POON San Francisco, California Universify of California B.S. Public Healfh CYRIL O. POTTER Selma, California Fresno Slaie College A.B. Biological Science ROBERT L. RATCLIFFE Tucson, Arizona Universify of Arizona College of Pharmacy Psi Omega WALTER A. REICHLE Albany, California . Universily of California B.S. Public Healfh Delia Sigma Della ,fp .,,.v'w- wh JAM ES RIDGEWAY Oakland, California Universify of California Della Sigma Delfa WALTER J. RORE San Francisco, California Universify of California B.S. Food Technology Psi Omega EDWARD S. SALKIN Los Angeles, California Universify of California af Los Angeles Alpha Omega JAMES D. SKIDMORE San Francisco, California San Francisco Sfafe College B.S. Biological Science Xi Psi Phi 471 fog ,g . ,4- vw 'fd' , 'gk ,, . vs-f if - . ,,,..c .. ' .X ---1-A--f 1, A 1 , i - A v 1', . s cx gk df! ..5 .., X44 Y . ii? PHILIP R. SNOW Fresno, California Fresno Sfafe College A.B. Hisfory-Polifical Sc Delfa Sigma Delfa RALPH H. STERN Los Angeles, California University of California af Los Angeles A.B. Zoology Alpha Omega DALE M. STRAND Glendale, California Universify of Soulhern California A.B. Zoology Xi Psi Phi ROBERT S. TOENJES Reddinq, California Chico Slale College ience A.B. Life 8 General SCi9l1C8 Psi Omega S in ': 4 I New l :H eww f...""",,,giQ-Tin.. gl. sg gum -1' we umm ""Y" I Cafllonia K .3 Lgjq A 1 lil "IMD J KH rf.: 35 'lim 'C' NN S A 93' s0"" Take a muscle lhe gasfrochemlus SHELDON A. WRIGHT Universify of California A.B. Psychology KENJI TORIGOE Walsonvllle, California Universify of California FOREST V. YOUNG Merced, California Fresno Sfale College A.B. Nafural Science MERRILL G. WHEELOCK Owosso, Michigan Emmanuel Missionary College A.B. Biology RICHARD B. WOODEN Los Angeles, California Universify of Southern California B.A. Social Sfudies Della Sigma Della ,, 69 y 5.1 'X -15 ' Q SK R 5 I XX XX XI X fx NX 5 N .sf-N X' X 2 X 2 L S S I ,,,,. ,. XY N X N is f, f S I X R? S .,.,... sz R. I-"1s:s-.- " , "+- Y 1 I ,,,,,,, 1 Awxw .3 QW: Xxxxx w Xxxx -,-xfigsgl Q4 ,X ' A Qfiix T ,.,. W. ..,. .,.. Q X 1 I 1 1 I A 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I I I I 70 DOUGLAS L. HAMILTON PRESIDENT ' Douglas L. 'Hamulion VICE-PRESIDENT John B. Nordquisf SECRETARY 951154, I - u"". gn 5,40 Ll If yi W sr' James B. Sayler TREASURER Irvin H. Forbing 1 121 1 I X f1EI!5I'I"" Lu'-'9"' ?.Q. fy'vn"5"' ' ' , IA 'YJ ' ' Ara 3"-V I E . ...Ms A , .V ,xx 1 XY xx .7 X 1 f ff xi' K X '. fag I ff' N' I :U5n,1,1.'LN 1 2, - - Sz4.:v: I,-41.. Jw! 513912 311 . N IA lzrg, ' , , -9 -1 . ' -I JW :?ufu'z ' I I s i E J m a ' II' ' 1 P I . 1 - 1 Hey, look what I found. Y' m "In .1 .1, 5' 1-.., . 'C og, ..- -'up .4 ' . .s,. ,,.,- .. um., freshmen I J X .4 . , ll, I lip? wg P HERBERT B. BEHRING Chico, California Stanford Universify A.B. Biological Science Della Sigma Delfa HERBERT BLAU Los Angeles, California Universify of California B.A. Polifical Science Alpha Omega JAMES A. CAMPBELL, JR. San Lorenzo, California San Francisco Sfafe Universify B.A. Biological Sciences Delia Sigma Della DAVID W. DEETKEN San Anselmo, California College of Marin Universify of California Delfa Sigma Delia ,........,...,... .- ,. J f,, gp, .,- ,, 4 J . . ,W we 42 s 4 9 ' ,Q 6 1, "" ' , 'TMA' wuz...-N-Mwf' ,,,, N. .5 .,..1 .. swf' - , If 7 1 1 I, f l Y ,iifhf f A , Z ' W 4 4 ZK X Mg' Km ff Kam ,f 1 M W ,, f ,M I L.. ,f ,s f-we I W ff f M f .. , fi Q E If! f 'K f 1 i Y 2 f .5 f c ,Q fl f' - , ,-,,f.,, V f " JAMES D. BENCH Salf Lake Cily, Ufah University of Ulah B.S. Pre-Medical Xi Psi Phi . Z K .X ,- Q-fps nelly! I f . 2 -sv, 4 4? ig ,. W, -'WM ,f L N 1 fmefl 1' f , Wy., . x I ' 421 -, 9 -, 1 If , f f, , A ,f . -zssyfm., 4 , if 3 I X . ff, ' ip.. X KJQW A ' 4 , ,ai y 4, ,,, s,, . J . ' -wr A, W. ..,. f f Z I an 7 XX . ' of? ' Z I 'if 7 Z I l ' BW ft fvw. ,rlqnf I 5 i,.f,!'2f,2!!f va f A ""' an 742f?' girly MURL V. BURAN Sacramenfo, California Sacramenfo Sfafe College Psi Omega RICHARD J. DEAN Sandy, Uiah Universify of Ufah B.S. Biological Sciences Xi Psi Phi HAROLD J. DOYLE Tucson, Arizona Georgeiown, Universify B.S. Naufical Science B.S. Foreign Service Psi Omega .l Y .',. JOSEPH T, ELDERS, JR. Sall Lake Cily, Ufah Universify of Ufah B.S. Speech BARRY G. FlNKELSTElN Van Nuys, California . Universify of California af Los Angeles Alpha Omega EDWIN S. GAZSI Soufh Gafe, California Universily of Soufhern California Delfa Sigma Delfa DOUGLAS L. HAMILTON San Mafeo, California Universify orf California A.B. Liberal Arfs Della Sigma Delfa i il ' CLWA. mlm ' 'Ihr-g., W jfsjgq ,vs X :A . ? ,wma J.. ,ive , ,- l ? X . l 9 A, f fgif f - . -f ig ..,. 'X S 1 v, A 4 2-A J -I 'N 1, ,--4 V.-4 1 'R ,. ' . , X, .4 ., , Ayr' X Hgfg,jwx.L.,Cp, " '- '--f-I if A g ,, li., wwf . A ' i W g ' , l ,E hw lf ,af 'f .': ',A, -. -- QQTU' .Q N K A. HOLLIS FIELD Angwin, California Pacific Union College Xi Psi Phi IRVIN H. FORBING La Jolla, California San Diego Sfafe College Psi Omega JOHN W. GREENLAW Lafayelfe, California San Jose Slafe College Della Sigma Delfa ROBERT F. HEITMAN Sfockfon, California Colleqe of Pacific B.A. Zoology '7 I 7 -u i 45' 5 Alihjm T: lfrm. r 5' a EI, Av' ' F 'V . 1 ' I gig: A ' Lfjt 5. :WTI -" ,I ng: 4 1' '. " l ,. ,L . 5 ll E l i l ii VEJW, L 'I '1"- 1. :INS . P l l l . x 'ka V A .,.,:3..... Y l MS iii: 1 . 'r 'Vis I -I .mm 5 . l ' lflyyg ff: -.' . 9 vl .":5 I 9: 5-ig t L, Cv .nu -vm , .w 1 EIENJW - 'L..', eft .O -' 4'l'lC3l1l QF ,. -4 ,fldl l 1 ln iff .14 2 'SWAN lffl 91511 figs DCF' if VW 3 l 5- 1' -' hlflfi' " -fx ,gb ARTHUR HESLOV Bakersfield, California Universify of Soufhern California Alpha 'Omega GALE E. JACOBSEN Fresno, California Fresno Slafe College A.B. Nalural Sciences Xi Psi Phi GORDON H. JOHNSON Arlingfon, California Pacific Lufheran College B.A. Biology MELVYN A. JOHNSON Burlingame, California Universily of California A.B. Pre-Medical Delfa Sigma Delfa X R' ,1w?iEQ'qj Lf' f V .ilhiliec 35. 5 . v l .. .1 n - , , ,ri ..,.L ,4Z446'f'ff'f E ,V R4 ,, 4. ' V x ,, - Q ' ,N f 4. f WW' ,, E . , Ne--of ,f I I" ' A 'f ,. ' .1-SJ! ! , . .myzlfu-f ..f,-- f.- -rf , Q, - f4, ,2W fZ3l T, X l' it V f, , A , 1 f I9-. . ffm i .. ,, , Q.. X 3. z r i i . S A-11322329 ' ' fs 5. .. , - .,.. : V :il R is g lx 4 Q 7 A '71,-Q1 3 4:1 .. in f V 4 .ff-, f I 5 , . , if , fx' A : ROBERT C. JOHNSON Los Angeles, California Occidental College A.B. Pre-Medical Psi Omega N ,. A K, ' ,, ,Z sf is , wi... in , , WA X , L Q, . 221 , ,il . f f M. Q 1 a .5 31-. 1 I, ffl -if ,V A, - ,Wig . , , wmvh . V - . if gg! 5 .ffft sr Wg 'Tn V 1 . .01 4 V RICHARD W. KINNEY Walnuf Creek, California Universily of California Della Sigma Della WALLACE C. KVILVANG Torrance, California Universify of Soufhern California B.S. Biological Sciences DELMAR M. MATHISEN Chico, California Pacific Union College A.B. Biology Xi Psi Phi - - vy, 4 , a A 5, Q15-sg4ZiQiff2g'43.,13e, -1 -5, Q 4 'L ul, M xv' "-'47 the year of the plaster We, The chosen filly-four, caughi our firsl glimpse of our new campus, college, and home early on a Seplember morn in I954. Ailer a synoplic orienfa- lion we were inlroduced lo facully and sludenls. Then came our firsl glimpse of Jrhe Freshman sched- ule -"i+ isn"r possible. Oh, well, lhis musl be lhe schedule for lhe whole year." Unsuspecling souls! We soon became devoled 'ro our penlhouse labora- Jrory. We couldnur bear lo leave if even on weekends -we iusl look our individual paris of il home wilh us. Some claimed fhe week end was devoled lo clean- f-.WN 'al Some of us fhoughf ii humorous ing inslrumenls and rearranging sludenl cases. Ofhers were honesl. The liirsl quarler Dr. Leicesler frighlened us wi'rh words like "phosphodihydroxyacelone.'' buf 'rhe mosl discouraging word we heard all year was his "Nobel" Olher courses manilesled Jrheir hazards, loo. "No, lhal preparalion is enlirely loo shallow."-"No, now i+'s loo deep!" "Well, 'rake a lillle off lhe lingual cusp."-"Sorry, lhal cusp is loo small now!" "Thal's a +oo+h?" "You're nor serious!" Socially we were officially boaled in by lhe more lsnf 'lhis fun? Others were honest. 74 i ,I -,,,,, ,,,,,M ,, ,, S , v , V ..,. -Y me 5? 7 imruus. '. IE " CGSSS. vs: .2 will 1 is nosl Exe!" .. ur. MNC, - 'i:, wow Q- -5 mqual .. iiTaT's : 1, . .y --9 NCIS K ,,.:'.' Tonus? learned denTal sTudenTs aT a recepTion in our honor aT a local yachT club. LaTer, The TirsT oT our Three class dinners proved To be a Tremendous success wiTh Dr. LeicesTer being voTed inTo The class and ToasTed wiTh TluoridaTed vodka. Following The dinner we Trudged wearily Through TiTTeen Tinals and Then sTam- peded oTT in TiTTy-Tour diTFerenT direcTions To TlaunT our new sTore oT knowledge To Those aT home. Second quarTer Tound plasTer dusT Tirmly imbed- ded in everyone's skin. We now knew a bur Trom a bi, a mandible Trom a mandrel, a Tool Trom an in- sTrumenT, and plasTer denTure ashTrays had become sTandard equipmenT in every denTal sTudenT's room. The aspiranTs Tor The l955 Treshman class arrived aT The school To Take The ADA examinaTion. WhaT a ioy To see humans more lowly in The denTal world Than ourselves. We expounded upon The pros and cons OT DenTisTry. Would ThaT our answers had been as ready when Tinal Time crepT around. ln The spring some oT us ioined TraTerniTies and oThers remained independenT, buT when naTural TeeTh were inTroduced To us, The membership be- came unanimous in The blu-bur club. June so soon! l-low we envied Those Seniors aT Their Farewell! l-low we Tried To accounT Tor all oT The money we had spenTl l-low we looked Torward To moving To The oTher side oT The lab To make room Tor Those slaves, The new Treshmen!-J.A.P. Will if be "Nope"? The honor sysfem? ff' , . 1 X 'X X X 5 f A X X s 4 ,X E S x f f SQ 5 f N jf X si X 4 X X . XX xx ,K 7 ,, PAUL H. MAWDSLEY San Mafeo, California Universify of California B.A. Liberal Arfs Delfa Sigma Della ARTHUR M. MILBERG Beverly Hills, California Universify of California af Los Angeles Alpha Omega WILLIAM J. MULLEN San Francisco, California University of California A.B. Pre-Medical Psl Omega Asa? JAMES B. MCKENNA, JR. Nlglaferman, Cgifornia 5 niv rs'fy of I'f r 'a . - A.s.ePrI,-Mediegl' 0 m jf Psi Omega -ff, ! we ..., as I s.. I i L K ALLEN D. MILLER Wesf Sacramenlo, California Sacramento Sfafe College B.S. Laborafory Tech. Delfa Sigma Delfa BERNARD NEIVELT Berkeley, California Universily of California B.S. Physics .-,:e5ses-- X. KENNETH W. MILLER Q x Chico, California s University of dCaIifornia X B.S. Dairy In usfry ff"w X Psi Omega 4 X, . if X 1 if i' . x JOHN NEWTON X i-Cf,,..f U Hollywood, Callfornna 3 I, Los Angeles Sfale College i Q A.B. Biological Science 3 Xi Pri Phi I ,s,: -.gzyig-X L S .sg if .. . .3-,e12itI.i:I Lia A f X ,,'. an JOHN B. NORDQUIST Samoa, California Stanford University A.B. Biological Science DONN A. PATTON Long Beach, California University of Southern l 1 , 1' 1,1 f wr, f ff '-,nz . ., .W ,J 1 '-'aw-,-,', if-' hwaffxfy' s7W.z1f1s,1,,a--ff "K ' TW-5 f 1-J " f 1. ' V172-'If' M www' I, w f WWW" 560 California Psi Omega KEITH M. O'BRlEN Salt Lake City, Utah University of Utah B.S. Biological Science Xi Psi Phi JERROLD A. PEIL Vallelo, California College of St. Thomas B.A. Psychology Psi Omega RICHARD A. O DAY Sacramento, California Universitv of Santa Clara B.S. Biology Della Sigma Delta STANFORD S. PESKIN DONALD L. OLSON San Mateo, California University of Washington Delta Sigma Delta San Diego, California San Diego State College JERRY M oumr Sherman Oaks, California University of California at Los Angeles Alpha Omega JACK L. ROSENBERG San Diego, California Universily of California A.B. Psychology Della Sigma Delia RICHARD R. RUTTER Arcadia, California Stanford Universify A.B. Biological Sciences -9 FRANKLIN D. SAUL San Francisco, California Universily of California Alpha Omega DON R. SMITH Draper, Utah Universily of Ulah M.S. Mechanical Engineering 78 WALTER G. RUEFENACHT Sall' Lake Cify, Ufah University of Ulah B.A. Philosophy DAVID SANFORD Berkeley, California Universify of California Sfanford Universify A.B. Biological Sciences JAMES B. SAYLER Menlo Park, California San Jose Stale College Psi Omega WILLIAM C. SULLIVAN San Francisco, California Georgetown University B.S. Biology Della Sigma Della 5? ug 'Wi I Wi . .ll : axiom "We Umm Qjjj' Gianni . , :Umuxm ' 1 'Mahi slim, ,AVS I SAYLEI W.: In Q"':f's ll' 5'2'! will 3- 'Q-933 I Ill adugwwailui WW V L'-WW' , i 2 xv' ,S s R .S .1 if ..',. e r 121, f 2 . I .: F21-f"' ' , ,,- 3522211 " If ,fx ff , if V AQ , , W , ,fy if f x 'f ' ' f,Q1g.,,lY .., if V. fx- f ' X 51 no f V f iw 15 A yy . f- . 7 1 f .I ..: , EE, ' Wd, . I , + f , Y 'Q 1 ff f' ,. f ffif , -, L Qfwfz fic: V -J '-254' as--..,'fz. ,,,,. 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'fy , X A ' xll I 6 A ! ! , ' eo eo ll i fn " i 'T T X ' " i U f S3 lf , 7 'V T 7, alpha omega Kappa ChapTer OT Alpha Omega FraTerniTy enioyed a successTul year including such social acTiviTies as The sev- enTh annual Paiamarino, The Children's ChrisTmas parTy and The cOclcTail parTy Tor The class OT l958. l-lowever, Our acTiviTies were nOT enTirely social as we began our year by painTing The inTeriOr OT The TraTerniTy house. ln keeping wiTh The Times, we chose a wide range OT colors ranging Trom baby blue TO deep Tuschia. PleasanT memories OT This year are The TaceTiOus liTTle happenings such as ElliOT Wien's eager smile and lousy painT iob OT The upsTairs hall: STan Anzis' Third degreeing everyone in The house wiTh regard TO This or ThaT casTing ROBERT S. HERTZ Presidenl' aka , - 2 - , , T T , 59' . . '. f, ", 1 Z , ' ,LQL 5 -1 ,, . A , , fa ' 11 1 ,f .- n vv amz ' V v . y . f y .fa process, Ed Sallcin's Trips To The library ldid you really go TO The library, Ed?lg The liquor bill which STan Green brOughT up aT The beginning OT whaT seemed Tc be every mOnThg Rod BlOom's sOTT voice las heard in The laboraTory Trom The Third Tloorli Bob l-lerTz's cOnsTernaTion abouT The number ThirTy-seven. The year was generally a good One-The brOThers are sfill spealcing TO one anOTher, The banlc accounT is s+iIl on The pOsiTive side OT The ledger, and The porcelain oven in The laboraTory is working again. Some OT us loolc Torward Tc graduaTiOn and a denTal pracTice ldevoid OT check-OTTsl buT Tor The mOsT OT us The school sTands waiTing when aT The end OT The summer we reTurn.-R.l-l.S. PRESIDENT RoberfS.HerT1 VICE-PRESIDENT Sfanley D. Green SECRETARY Elliot L. Wien TREASURER Rodney H. Bloom e . -- ' re 4- -1.2 ..f.:-L.o:.rm if ,ix f,!1.:if2f- 3 25 you really go "'1l1 Slan Green P95 lc be every : " llre laboralory mifon about llre -'re brollrers are axcunl is slill on 2 ccrcelain oven in :5 os lool lorwarcl --id ol clreclr-ollsl 15 ailing when al X vii Q? , .,,:, 1 lv ' RW xx K x ,r H x Q M xwifzzl ,JN L ' 2 e ies mote f FIRST ROW, leff fo righl: Wien, Quinl, Bloom, Green. SECOND ROW: Finkelsfein, Greenberg, Millberq, Blau, Sfern THIRD ROW: Heslov, Anzis, Brown. FOURTH ROW: SaI'kin, Saul, Herlz. r 85 i X 1. 5 1 s 1 - '57, :TO f-vb X nv' A Jia A ,gs iw ff 51, -. 'Pt-L. fr' .yr f R15 sa fx IV' SJW WM I-'fi 5ji9i,1 TEE' H13 1"i!,. FI, U H121 iff! . . VE- ,. , N. . 2325 We 3541 7,11 .. V5 1:2 :Vw .lff A ,QQ fl I .4 Mfg w ,xx .1 , ftif 'LI W, A ,Z f 'W '62, ,gh , 'W 63 X W " K 1 5 W ff , . Z ,ef ' ,, If . yff f X v ix 1 f f f yf w 4 0 f f f ,ff .. I Q1m,Y2?fY 4' AJ TTT, ay ui.: -.iv xl' 'fi . 1 ,i ...QJ X ,J usa.-T T X I J f Nu Nu Chapfer of Delfa Sigma Delfa has complefed anofher successful year of harmony and susfained fellow- ship, and proudly bids farewell fo ifs graduafing class of sevenfeen seniors. As an infegral parf of college life, Delfa Sigma Delfa supplies fhe link befween college worlc and social acfivify. Socially fhe highlighf of fhe year was fhe rush parfy held af fhe Royale Room of fhe Richelieu l-lofel wifh fhe music of Walf Tolleson and arfisfic hors d'oeuvres made by fhe Delf wives. As a resulf of fhis rush parfy, fourfeen new freshmen were pledged and fefed af a clinic-dinner meefing af Treasure Island as guesfs cf Admiral Paul Riebe. If was af fhis meefing fhaf our Depufy, Dr. Clarence Buf- JAMES F. MULICK Grand Masfer Zn if ,fW,f Q y s , ' ,' Z, xii ily, N ,V . 'ig yy., V , L 5 4 f f 4 ww 3, v, ,ri ler, was honored wifh a placque in recognifion of his fwen- fy-five years in Delfa Sigma Delfa. April saw fhe Chapfer hosf fo bofh fhe Universify of Soufhern California's Chi Chapfer and fhe Universify of California's Zefa Chapfer of Delfa Sigma Delfa in fhe wesfern conclave of fhe Frafernify. The leadership of fhe frafernify has been of fhe besf and our grafifude is exfended fo Drs. Clarence Bufler, l-lenry Trowbridge, Joseph Sweef, and Douglas Franklin for all of fheir assisfance and splendid liaison befween Nu Nu and fhe San Francisco graduafe chapfer. Nexf year fhe leadership passes info new handsr buf we may all resf assured fhaf fhe high ideals and sfandards which have been sef for us will be mainfained.-J.F.lvl. GRAND MASTER James F. Mulick WORTHY MASTER Richard F. Hoedf SCRIBE John G. Conlan TREASURER James P. Crufchfield ' e 5. we.. V Mu. 'ff' ef Wen. A' ffe Chapfer a?5ofnin's Chi s Zee Chapier izfzfave of ine Me Ben fence Butler, f fc-.g'as Franklin sc' Eenveen Nu 1 'rex Nerf year .5 'ay all nesi Have been en, . .LN wr ff 335 . ,ef , .n X r ' ' "- -A, 'H . L, Aw , , W ' A 5 5 re 1 My . Q Lf J 'ip' I X FIRST ROW, leff io righf: Moon, Don, Reichle, Walls, DaPrafo, Crufchfield, Mawdsley, Nisson, Crommelin, Brows fer, Knoor. SECOND ROW: Wooden, Yuen, Chase, Geissberger, Ulman, Caven, Hoedf, Wolman, Bray, Johnson, M A., McLenaghan, Champbell, Miller, A. D. THIRD ROW: Philko, Kincade, Behring, Barich, Millslagle, Deefken, Cu sick, Jadkson, Jensen, Hughes, O'Day, Heffernan, Greenlaw. FOURTH ROW: Ridgeway, Snow, P., Olson, Rosenberg Broman, Taylor, Harada, Gazsi. 0459 1:4 'EX wwf 1, '5 X-Q15 i ,- psi? idx AEA ,NYY MN 4 ,I Cgmysf ,A , it A5173 gr I if YQ A XQ X wiv -Ms Lff 3 5 1 f' n ? I NuNu Chapfer of 'ff' I I' . H v V . g :f s Alumm r , Pierre Fhuchar d cy Black Presidenf eIec'I Presidenf of r of fhe American I' he American Gqnodonfis Ts' Orr hocsnafhic r Associafion ' Bfrdcace Builder: u 'KV si 23 I -x 'gf Y' NX X X, ,.-,Q nv y nd f Z f 405 f ,f ,ZX ,f W, ,, ,f,f. , ,mf ,wap f ,f Z HW? rf I X V.,, -, 77? 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The lirsl quarler we joined wilh lhe Cal Psi O Chapler lor a coslume l-lallowe'en parly. A group calling ilsell lhe Slvll-ITAC lyou pronounce ill Sunday Morning l-lappy Time and Alhlelic Club was lounded lo play volleyball lwilh lhe wives and kiddies lhere, lcol al 9:00 o'clock Sun- day mornings. ln keeping wilh lhe loolball spiril, lhe Chap- ler lrealed lhe boys lo lhe 49er vs Lion game. WILLIAM H. SCHMIDT Grand Masler yyyy , Wm ,Wy Q4 ,, VX , X ,ww J' 7 ,ff J ' The second quarler lound lhe aclives and wives busily preparing lor lhe rush dance which was a very successlul parly. We enjoyed anolher luncheon and linished up lhe quarler wilh a dinner dance lor lhe pledges. The lhird quarler social calendar included a breaklasl, lwo lunch- eons, lhe IFC dance. a picnic, and lhe inlormal inilialion lwhal a ballll and lhe lormal inilialion banquel. Our special congralulalions lo Bela Sigma Chapler's own Bernerd C. Kingsbury as presidenl-elecl ol lhe Ameri- can Denlal Associalion and Frederick T. Wesl as presidenl ol lhe American Associalion ol Orlhodonlisls. May we, loo, express our lhanks lo lhe alumni and aclives and lheir wives who have made lhis year a memorable one. -R.L.K. GRAND MASTER William H. Schmidl' JUNIOR GRAND MASTER Richard K. Snow SECRETARY - John J. Hulchings TREASURER Nels I. Beals .es busily successful sd up llle Tre iililfi 'lc lunch- Viiialion Cvapleis 'e Ameri- :resicienl May we, awd llleir il.l.K, 1 ' H' ' 1 X , , nf A , . i V2 , 4 ij: , V A K V 1, V 5,1 . g i fi , ,i ll, FIRST ROW, leff lo righf: Saylor, Bell, Ralcliffe, King, Forbing, Johnson, Doyle, Old, Mclnaney, Toenies. SECOND ROW: Snow, Hansen, Heifman, Nuzum, Peil, Caslellanos, Anderson, Paul, Ome, McKenney, Hansen. THIRD ROW: Slave. Zeimer, W. Miller, Schmidf, Bryggman, Armanini, Hulchinqs, Beals, Spicker, Croal, Mullen, Rore, Buran, Cornell. FOURTH ROW: Dobak, Erzinger, Sfrauss, Chalmers, Williams, Ward, McDonald. ' 97 nw w' f 4 WW, f f f X ff VW! , 1, ff .fu 115 '14 , f if 5 Y f f f f ff: ml' f 7 f wi ff, ,Q ., 'f ,W W' Q' ' ,Q X ' gf' f' fvf f Zf f,V ,, f , E Z7 f , f wuz , ,, ,, ,f ,A L Z f .Q LJ. .MZ .455 98 . 51" -- I 'O f Z f ng, M 1 nf fgh . W , ,, X , , z ,df li 7 . . ,mf I ,f -gfm 'U'- , ,ffqwfw gy I, ,V 1 . V , H yd ,fc f Wx f, , ff' 1 MQ 2 ff f 1 ff' Q, ,WW ,.-1' ,yffW""W" +wx,x bmw., f ' wp? f ,5- fn . 1. f,.'v Q. Y., 4 4.0 , Q Q ss 0 ' 1 M Wbfwff' 1 A 4 5 tid! . ,WJ M ' M 4 1 Q a., ,JH 'fl N?T'1S , ' 1 A X '-Q-M- :H 1 Q21 s .1 1 'Q Q '4 5 :J W2 ,AI 1 HQ ! 'i 'A I -L ,X 3 , f-ll I 1 4 f , . ,Z ,,,.,. n l l . i mxifii ' ffiiwc if Q ' W XFX iff .'.:- 1 -t '. Z '. . '. ' f'. .' i 'T 4 Q' lx I E ' , 5 x -1 . qi l Atvi. Liz gn! luv: E., I X 4 I 1" ' TPM i ff 5 iff 5,10 1 'Q xi psi phi True To The TradiTions oT The Alpha Phi ChapTer oT Xi Psi Phi, we conclude anoTher successTul year. Our whole- hearTed Thanks To sTudenTs and alumni who have given much oT Their Time To malce The closing year one oT our mosT rewarding. The year's social calendar was a Tull one, highlighTed by our Halloween cosTume parTy, augmenTed by a superb rush dance Topped by The Cioppino dinner and The senior barbecue. One oT The big evenTs oT The year was iniTiaTion day, held aT Marin Town and CounTry Club. This was a day we all will remember, a day in which The woes oT Toils and amalgams were TcrgoTTen and The Tellowship oT our broThers enjoyed. STEPHEN C. PICKERING Presidenf Wi" Q-1f1fc,, 4. 5: Mk QS' . - i . .. s V? R . ff., P ,X J ' ' ,xx-fbsg? . . '.', T of y 3., I spy , ':.:,,w " 4 ' 7456 -YV ' - . X, 4' Q ' .Y ,f f 12 ir W ' Q f ff ? ,W , , z g , T .S an Our Alumni ChapTer is one oT which we are all proud, and we look Torward To Taking acTive parT in iT upon The TerminaTion oT our Tormal school careers. Our alumnae members have given very liberally oT Their Time Tor our insTrucTion and we have greaTly beneTiTed Trom Their eTTorTs. Welcome, new members: we hope your years wiTh Xi Psi Phi will be successTul and educaTional as They have been Tor so many ThaT have gone beTore you. LeT us, Too, Talce This opporTuniTy To exTend our besT wishes To The deparT- ing Seniors. We loolc Torward To seeing you in The near TuTure.-S.C.P. PRESIDENT Stephen C. Pickering VICE-PRESIDENT Slavo S. Sepich SECRETARY Marcus K. Bifier TREASURER Cyril Owens 'U we ae all proud, '!rhMmh T21 fir alumnae T- :9 "el lme lor our - from lheif 'ace cu years will Xi fy, fvigylave been 1 .:. LET ix, loo, lale .l ...-. fr: . .Q .Q - deperl -3 ,g, 'n lie near X J Q, :'f3Q,:..g111 ' 5,451.51-' 5 if J ,Q E 4 62 L Q 'N l of ui FIRST ROW, Iefl fo righl: Pickering, Lynn, Slewarl, D. King, Abegg. SECOND ROW: Jessup, Koch, C. Chamberlain, Strand, Bench, Wilbur, Kovacs, Forbes, Schmidl, Owens. THIRD ROW: Fairbanks, LaV-alley, Skidmore, Miles, O'Brien, Penner, Sepich, Biffer, Dahlgren, Jacobsen. FOURTH ROW: J. Chamberlain, Andrews, F. King, Logan, Black, Dean, Malhisen, Weichers, Henry, Field, Melherell, Hurley, J. Jensen, Noall. I03 i s ,A f 'f ' f fr rf rf ff ' H U' W """'s"'M " """' ' 4 ra Fi l X ' 2 12 SS 2 x uk b msg 5 . Y I"x 67 HMV' ,ff ,1 L E lI fb ,, A 1,3 X f 'gap fy ' N , .- ' 1 n z YN. 1 . ' 1 -.IJ 'x Q' - I X - x' 5 I f 'K ' ff' af xx f .zffafx "" 'Uv ,Q J Z s A, Q! I x f N NK xX N XX X mx K N f fx - fl-.-V . I CN FS - ' , YK ,g r RSX-lv X X mx . -muixxkxx 2' I , A . ,, fav xr! I LE ff f ,511 .1 fw 'J-'F' A., n .5 .Q -, 2 A, 4 ,H x,,, , -991 ,W , W, A I-N ,- f ff f M, .! X ' wil zy A-J""EzLQf . K." J ,, -1 f' f f .f .,- -if , nz ' M L A-1-4 .uf 1 an li. ..,-r- ff" ff X!! X! ff! f f X ff! .f .vig xy ,,.4 --Q sr' wap xi? Q 'rzwff' 4, , f' va ,J C ' ,.,..,yv' f '9' 'v 43' , I ,-x l'f" -4 . ,liffy 41 4. 4 A v. 'M .. . fy. ,my fb 4,343 '-, x 1 'c Qwf f ww LIU' 4, V, x v. I I07 X I 'A , . kk I, f V 670 . . A 'gf Lf Y X s ff Vx 'XA 'ig A 7" yww. 'Y . V, S Look how soon +omorrow's lasf ls cu'r Today by whaf is pasf ' 'r 'WWWW , ff wwf 2 5, 7 f fzwfiwh, wx f gf:w f,,Q,W rf, , ff Mm W!! ,fwffwWW,,,,yfZf iw ,wwWfm,,, I een, f K My f , -34 my wffgy , X MWWWQW, , ,W, ?fgf W4,-,M!W X f ff M V K 1 Nimmo , , ,4, WM! ,ww M M, , mmwgmw fy X ,L ,WW W, 2 WWMM ,f , , Vwwmy rM4fWW aff3,,WWW, , , f WWWWWW' ' 'Vffffdw I I . ,W , , , psf, T v xmmfrc, WWW, I Q mf wwf , T l f fd! f II2 W ' www BOB DAHLGREN, PresidenT 5, -- - V To Yi Q, 71, ' J: , T LEFT TO RIGHT: Harry Ulman, SerqeanT aT Arms: Gregg Conlan, Secrefaryg Bob Evans, Vice-PresidenT Bob Dahlgren, Presidenfg Lou Schmidf, Treasurer student body The sTudenT body oT The school is Composed oT all The sTudenTs regisTered in The course leading To The D.D.S. degree. A ConsTiTuTion and By-Laws, adopTed in The T922-23 session, Torm The basis oT This organizaTion. The inTeresT oT The organizaTion is sTeadily direcTed Toward acTiviTies oT a more diversiTied naTure Tor The beTTermenT oT iTs members. The sTudenT body annual publicaTion, Chips, conTinues To meriT The aTTenTion and hearTy supporT oT The alumni and enTire school. Dur- ing The session oT l923-24 a rnonThly school paper made iTs appearance, The ConTacT PoinT. lvleeTings oT The sTudenT body or classes are held aT one o'eloclc on Thursday aTTernoons. AT These meeTings. besides maTTers oT regular business, speakers lecTure on suloiecTs oT special or general educaTional inTeresT To The sTudenTs. lc: Eggs! yi -. .H j , gli vl 'C TRS 725 In 157 OH. . 1 1 'ECTEO : :Q ' HIS -, 5"FU6! --'M and 33, Duf- ,:e' ,E 'jd af .-effkqsf ,E gdllfe .9.-55+ fo Mresidenig Q IW ff' " GERD WOLMAN - Assisianf Edifor ELLIOT WIEN Ediior ,wr ,MW W... contact uint Coniacf staff ai work. 17' ua A fl L .,.,...? , 44 .xx A Y w xx . ,wwf N fam. x wwf-M' ' . .1 1 ,- nv' , x Q'-F-..-114 . .z"' ".,n',r ' .ji vi.x.,,K xx..-vu Q, . .,. ,.. in "'o-" ,Mb ff" "0,,.."'..ux f-1-'1 "'f, ' w.,,'Q'4,, , , AMN i u .'- Q A 5 , , X, 1 ,fl ba 1 3 , CHIPS Edifors George W. Muller and Jerome Dobak x 41 I .I , . V.. 'Q I. ' 4,53 9 .si .54 ,.',I .'.x, I . , . f Z W QV Xb ,, 2 4" 'Q gjlI M., x ,.4.J:.,, staff CHIPS STAFF SEATED, leff fo righf: Muller, Ediforg Dobak, Edifor. STANDING: Bloom, A'- sisfanf Manager: Beals, Advedising Manager: Nuzum, Assisfanf Ediforg Ulics, Business Manager. PHOTOGRAPHERS SEATED, Ieff 'Io righf: Koch, Evans, Lowe, Laughlin. STANDING: Sfrand, Hurley, Abegg, Bench. Arr I I5 , 1 freshman reception '- Y el Lf f f W' ff .gf The annual Freshman Receplion was held al Jrhe scenic S+. Francis Yachlr Club in Oclober ol This school year. As is Jrhe cuslom al This allair each year, Jrhe incoming fresh- men were given lheir lirslr opporlunily lo meer Jrhe sophomores, iuniors, and seniors socially, as well as alumni and members of Jrhe facullry who were presenl. A pleasanl evening of danceable music was provided by Jrhe orcheslra. Old friendships were re- newed and new friendships were made during an evening which was enjoyed by all. field day Golden Gale Park was lhe scene lhis year of lhe annual field day. Golf, baseball, and loolball were indulged in by lhe limiled few who believed lhal lhey were srill in good physical condilion. The olhers walched. enioyed The sun and parloolc ol lhe relreshmenls provided by Tom Saunders and Lee Berry. Even lhough lhe physical demons hobbled lo classes and clinic nexl day, each agreed lhal a wonderful lime was had by all. 7' :H , MI-07, 1" " Wm. , f . . 1, 1, , ,f. , , .f u, ,f,1z, ,M M.. '. ' 4 R1 111 Q ' 1,,,V,, 1 v .4"',: if Q' 'CJD ,9' 0 4 ,,, f ff 3 K gg-,ai '- ...ik .14-- . vw -,, 1 f 4 Lf "K 'Q Lv, 1 -." ,.- 1 -..- . ,M ,Y AQ, W' ' .. 4 x -A v , .. 0. ' , '-...um ," ' " iz . 3 1. 1.. L 'uw . ,4 I A f f I - - rf N 54 .f N W gx leg I x '47 glib wi, ' -15 1. N 1 '!"'fMJ ',-., vain, I f 3 1 3? 3 1 Vx' ,,11y' - -. W QJLX .gi 4,2 'f -1-p " if M 4. I , A H ' - Y if x 5 X. X " I ly I 11 VV,V S-,uh Wg 1 4' iF'1 i 1.1- QP gig i?Z?7 1,,, .W i HK .1 T tau kappa omega Tau Kappa Qmeqa, an unclergraduaTe honor eocieTy, wa, ' ' - A - ' 927 organized aT The College oT Physicians ancl Surgeon., in l . The orqani:aTion sTriyos To promo e J menT oT Tho School and oT Tho clonTal proiggiion. lvlernlaera are ' Q W f 'l-Q ' if infi- chosen Trom The i ideals, scholarship, an se suloieCTs are prepared by The newly iniiialopf nmgmlpcr, Nici: .xr presenTecl To The socieTy. They are Tlpcn pulzliflwcq In C.,li.lClCl T The Crowih and nclyance- unior and senior clas,ee. Om lin, pan . . 3 d rvice. Papers on denial ang. :C-UIQ, e PoinT," The School iournal. FIRST ROW, lefl To righl: Dahlgren, Evans, Oviedo, DaPralo, Chrislopher. SECOND ROW: Walls, Moon, Heed! ' ' ' Z' mer, C. Chamberlain, Robins, R. Kinq, Innes, Hcrlxi Louie, Ulman, Branick. THIRD ROW. Kincade, Ernnqer, Usrey, me -up 1 fr ,Ju at 'ivy . f,g,,-J, r', F5 V' ,,. Ri f"':5 ' .v"'. T -111.4 l T dental assistant program ln June ot this year City College ot San Francisco and the College ot San Mateo will graduate a number ot young women in Dental Assisting. These dental assistants have complete training in secretarial skills, a curriculum which includes biological sciences, radiography and all phases ot dental laboratory procedures, and chairside assisting. The dental assistant ot today must be prepared to ac- cept responsibility. With the dentist she shares the respon- sibility tor the kind ot service he wishes to render. She is a part ot the team. l-ler interest contributes to the measure ot his success. Dependability is a vital requirement. She must develop a sensitive ear, a sensitive eye, and a sensitive hand. I-ler success is measured by service, a teeling ot daily accomplishments and the knowledge that she belongs to this honored branch ot health service. We who are responsible tor the training program ot dental assistants wish to express our sincere appreciation to the College ot Physicians and Surgeons tor the privi- leges extended to the students who assist in all the depart- ments ot the dental clinic. We hope that in some small measure the assistance ot our students has contributed to the etticiency ot the prospective dentists as it has to that ot training the tuture dental assistants. -RUTH INSKIPP. lnstructor, Dental Assisting, C.C.S.l3. ,ffm 'Z , LM gi "2 ,'.', ,eww , ' fir, V . ,, ...Hg . , , :, .X 41. i ts ,V , 4- 5 5 ,A X M Ag! i VV.. 2 . ff Q . .rssstlf ii w Z 9, an -v -fvkx , M 5 W 9'- f . ' ,1- X 'W' f .. , Nw sf , 3 144 If V- ,i V ' 57' f . 'L 1 . f ., 1 . f , " f Q N A 1 WM., gb 4 ' K A l C, fwfui , , , 7 . I i ' 'X W ' I ' f N O x ,. , ,gil , l i t women's auxiliary One oT The mosT acTive organizaTions connecTe wi Surgeons is The Women's Auxiliary, whose membership consisTs oT The wives and moThers oT The alumni, TaculTy, and sTudenTs. Through annual rummage sales, card pariies, and dances, considerable money has been given To The school Tor scholarships, school equip- menT and The library. ' h The annual scholarship award in The amounT oT one hundred dollars, made Throug Th' h h l Tic sTanding The TaculTy council, was given To a worThy sTudenT who was o ig sc o as . ' ' T h I- I dd'T' ,Th Auxiluar ave one Thousand dollars To The unresTricTed Tund o T e co n a I ion e y g lege, and also Tour hundred dollars To The building Tund Tor The new senior conTerence d 'Th The College oT Physicians and room. The Auxiliary Talces This opporTuniTy To congraTulaTe The new alumni upon Their grad- uaTion, and To wish Them a mosT successTul denTal career. MRS JAMES F. TACKNEY Presideni of Women's Auxiliary MARVIN ANDREWS, D.D.S. Presideni' of Alumni Association The Alumni oi The College oi Physicians and Surgeons School oT DenTisTry was organ- ized Tor The purpose oi bringing TogeTher as a uniT The graduaTes oT The College. By having such a closely lcniT group, we can collecTively supporT our school ThaT IT may beTTer serve The need Tor denTal educaTion. The Associaiion is proud oT iTs achievemenTs This year. We purchased a closed cirs cuiT Television device Tor The school To TurTher denTal educaTion. We look Torward each year To The dinner meeTing given in honor oi The graduaTing class. Besides enjoying an excellenT dinner and program, The graduaTes are presenTed wiTh awards which They have earned during The school year. The AssociaTion wishes To exTend an inviTaTion To all graduaTes To become members oi The Alumni AssociaTion in Their locale. alumni association administrative associates CREDIT GAS GIVEN X-RAY s p o n s o r s Mrs. Winnie Anderson Don ,lose F. Auberrine Milchell J. Bilaier Reuben Lloyd Blake Clarence E. Buller C. W. de Guerre Sidney Epslein Arlhur B. Gauss Carl Gilmore Allen Harwell Berihel H. Henning Fred O. Hoedf Henry S. Holand Mrs. E. Frank lnskipp E. Dean Jelden Edward J. Larlig Franklin H. Locke, Jr. Frank J. Losey Waller J. Mandler Pierre W. Marquess J. E. Meadows Chesler G. Olson Lowell N. Pelerson Roberl L. Roseberry Dee H. Rowe Mrs. Marian Schomacher Charles A. Scrivener Alver Selberg . Henry R. Spencer Emmeil N. Sianlon, Jr Henry A. Sulro Loren B.Taloer James F. Tackney H. A. True John H. Vogel A. W. Ward Frederick T. Wesl Wilber K. Wirlz William D. Wood Alpha Omega Fralernily Psi Omega Frafernify W I f.- . V vi-n ,Y,, . Y.-.f.. A Few Words AbouT CUIUIVIBIII IIENIUTIIRIVIS . . , From a humble sTarT 35 years ago, Columbia DenToTorms have played an increasingly imporTanT role in denTaI educaTion. Today, every denTaI sTudenT in The UniTed STaTes and Canada "cuTs" his TirsT TeeTh on Columbia DenToTorms, Tor we supply DenToTorms To every denTaI college in The UniTed STaTes and Canada, as well as in many oTher Iands. In These 35 years, There have been many improvemenTs and addiTions To DenToTorms To meeT The ever more exacTing demands oT Teachers. Today. DenToTorms number more Than a Thousand and meeT presenT CondiTions ThaT The sTudenT will encounTer in pracTice. And in graduaTe years, DenTo- Torms conTinue To help clinicians in posTgraduaTe educaTion and To help The busy pracTiTioner in his endless Task oT paTienT-educaTion by showing The beTTer denTisTry he seelcs To give. USE COLUMBIA DENTOEORMS AS AIDS IN YOUR PRACTICE WRITE EOR A COPY OF CATALOG No. 33 IIIIIUNIBIII IIENTUFIIRIII IIIIRPIIRATIIIN "The House of a Tloousand Modelsu I3I EasT 23rd STreeT New York IO- N- Y' Best Wishes to the Graduating Seniors ORAL B CQMPANY 448 South Market St., San Jose 15, California ! . t 1 o I A N. 'Nw 4 i -1 9, L. ac' Z rv- ' ' "' 152 fe? Z your professional skill merits the finest equipment. .. Je RITTER X-RAY 3 ? G' B RITTER STOOI. . I RITTIR STERI LIZER 1 'WW-, 'ff""C3lZA .7'C,, '5 57'1Q7'Z,ZwY " Chair and Instru-Maiic Unit The Ritter Company presents efficient, modern dental equipment, designed to help you make maximum use of your priceless skills. Smooth operating, automatic features of Ritter equipment are planned to con- serve your physical energy, allow you to treat more patients. A touch of your toe and a Hick of the switch, quickly bring the patient and the- instruments to re- quired positions. Your selection of Ritter equipment will create an excellent impression among your patients as your practice grows steadily larger. Best of all, the Ritter Professional Equipment Plan makes it possible for you to start right with Ritter, with a minimum monthly investment. There are other services available to help you build a successful practice, such as Ofiice Planning and Statistical services. See your Ritter dealer for additional in- formation and literature, or write to us. Remember, your professional success is our most sincere concern. . . ,....,.,. . ., .,.,.,.,.-,. , ,,..,g- ,,,. s ,.:l,v,v,:, .3,,: 3s..5v,,. 'jigyg-: :1.5.1,,5.,.,,:A 5-1, f'g,4'1:5,5f' 1 .Qi ' j,fff.v,v, ,Hg -5. 13.4 '1'Ji"f" 1 . . 'I1,. 'flff 3. f ffl", -Q"rf-. 5 iii' rv' . "ff1,., ' - , . ,, , ' Q ' Rrrrtn PARK . RocHEsTER a, NEW YORK fi I3I A Tip for Better Prophylaxis The tip developed as the ideal for stimulation of interproximal spaces Two years of research and extensive investigation went into the development of Py-co-tip. The high quality rubber is finely bal- anced for flexibility and stififness to stimulate blood flow in the gingival areas. Py-co-tip is preferred by more dentists than any other brush-affixed stimulator THESE FEATURES MAKE E E P' PY-CO-PAY WIDELY ACCEPTED Straight, rigid design U Small, compact head Bristles uniformly trimmed Proper tuft spacing V Scientifically designed tip For effective cleansing, massage and stimulation, prescribe -Yfq-co-,buy TOOTHBRUSH with PY-CO-TIP Recommended by more dentists than any othor toothbrush Pycope, Inc., Jersey City 2, N, J, l In fm rl U Q Q il 1 W lx sl ll itt, tim., Ci 4? E l ls 4 nu I s g W e IIIII nlll qi. n 'ir If 'L . . . IN YOUR CHOICE OF DING TOOTH MATERIALS! ORCEIAIN AND vemgfflf P X ZSA P I4 I This helpful literature Illustrated Mold Chart 60 Personalized Five-Phase Anterior Denture Arrangements 32-page Book: Varied Labial Surfaces and Their Relation To Scientific Tooth Selection 48th at BROWN STREET ' PHILA. 39, PA. is available upon request: START RIGHT S. S. WHITE X., as 59 1. WY 'L Yi., When you set up in practice your aim is to build a steady reputation for professional torutvvtvtwv. TIWGIIS WI' it pays to install S. S. White equipment. Scientifically engineered and attrtntiwly styled in the HNOGPHI 1 I . conception, lt not only supplements your skill, it conveys an instant iinpnwsian of toinpvtt-me to NOW l'C'tt"'i5 And in this important matter of favorable patient impressions we lun also Im- ol teal ln-lp to www IIHOUUII Ol" free office planning service. Any S. S, White dealer will qlciclly straw yan this equipnn-nt and explain OW convenient financing plan . . . or, if you prefer, write direct lar detail.-II ittloitmiliott. THE S. S. WHITE DENTAL MANUFACTURING C0 PHILADELPHIA 5, PA. ,., lllll 5. llll EQUIPMENT 7, 'I' H E 'I' E C H N I C . Eff S f v f - Sis 2? 1 i E T W WE. fig 1 i 'lf ' vw:n? "'. 5 A . Q N-EY f S 1 G01-'Ti ' T . IE THE J. M. NEY COMPANY Ney Ney Ney Bridge 6 Inlay Book Gold Handbook Planned Partial.: mfg Vllll new " iid in tht modem ,,-4 ff' fgnll foY""'PlI A 11369 lrhmvllll' The four Ney publications mentioned above contain basic up-to-date information about Ney golds and dental laboratory techniques. We are glad to make them available because we feel sure that you will find them truly useful in your daily Work. We also Want to call to your attcn- tion the consulting services of the Ney Research and Technical Departments and then, closer to you, the availability of your local Ney Technical Representative. You will liml him particularly helpful when you establish your practice. NEY TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVES HOWARD W. ELDRIDGE 12 Ardmore Road Framingham, Mass. NEIL B. SWANSON 713 Graisbury Ave. Haddonfield, N. J. W. SCOTT ALBAN 116 Sheffield Road Columbus 2, Ohio JACK REINHARDT 244 N. Lincoln Ave. Park Ridge, lll. EARL S. KENNEDY 6122 Worth St. Dallas, Texas WARREN T. HAMMOND 18 Mardone Ave. San Francisco, Calif. HARRY E. GOWER 89-51 Vanderveer St. Queens Village, L. I., N. Y. DAVID E. PAULEY Route .i'1 Winter Garden, Fla. BRENDON B. SCULLIN 14302 Delaware Ave. Lakewood 7, Ohio CART DILLINGHAM Box 2 Kitsap, Wash. ATHOL DICKSON Houston, Texas LOUIS ANDREATTA 1800 Iroquois Ave. Long Beach, Calif. Qiimalfd dplainovf .W r TTTE .1. Nl. NEY COMPANY do, HARTFORD 1, CONNECTICUT W 0' L 5 0 TURN A E . Y' . Iraiasi i l neiitia. ' I hall hearing handpiece and I A matched angular attachments I MH mm' FMM may M mm rm awp Wm! UMA TO THE PATIENT HI-SPEED BALL BEARING HANDPIECE All critical parts are made from Stainless Steel to eliminate the possibility of rusting from infiltration of saliva and water spray. The front ball bearings, sheath, inner sheath and spindle are all stainless. 2 speed pulley increases speed D full 33'f3ofo. Accommodates both the conventional contra angle on the new Midwest Long Sheath Contra Angle. When using the Long Sheath Contra Angle it is not neces- sary to use the chuck tightening rod. Simply remove the handpiece sheath and snap on the contra angle. ' ' ti., I! .IEA , HI-SPEED LONG SHEATH CONTRA ANGLE Save time by eliminating chuck tightening. Slips on and oft easily. The "Dog" drive reduces vibration and increases accuracy. Heavy Dura-Chrome bearing h d ble contra angle life, improve operation accuracy and surfaces more t an ou give greater patient comfort. ln both adiustable and non adlustable types Es.-3- .,., :F 1 ,lik ---1, --.----' - 5 -rn A . ' Ki- in !v.w?CJii2i..4.,,.....--4:5-:mr 4..+.- S X HI-SPEED SAFETY DISC GUARD 29' HI-SPEED MINIATURE CONTRA ANGLE fs-gs,...::- 'I - ' wwf! .' I W aw- Q"" at r l. .... xfiffitimii. t ,I ue-te. - , -" srArN-LEss AMAL-PAC tor mechanical condensing of amalgam. HI-SPEED TRANSMISSION ' -fa ' f"4,f.e5f1fatT1T"""""""'EfEf"'Zi 4 Q Q I y f,jAggiNi533kgi Ql1QfiIiRi!uqpI,,j HI-SPEED ENGINE X Hr-SPEED coNrnA ANGLE T ' for tapered shank burs. MIDWEST DENTAL MANUFACTURING commuuv I I wagging, .l,,.VH. .4 .....q Vvme 'edgy for hoo 1- , , , H- . - LII z' E. illusffc-'ed Hi-Speed CONVERSION SHEATH literature. STREET CHICAGO SI. ILLINOIS U.S.A. an mr? lt? E tl ,wif 5? F TOM SAUN DERS OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISI-IES FOR YOUR FUTURE HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY THE L. D. CAULK COMPANY Dental Equipment and Supplies 4-4I Suffer Sfreef I7Oo Franklin Sfreef San Francisco I, Calif. Oakland I2, California SUffer I-0552 I-Ilgafe 4-8I47 F 84 lvl Blolg. I O I 4 Eiglwflw Sfreef Sacramenfo I, California I-IUdson I-I4-I6 Congratulations F33 Edwards Dental Supply Co SAN FRANCISCO FRESNO OAKLAND YXCR fXMl"N'l' SAN JOSL S I OQ,lx l ON O 0llS . . Ca The Dental Perfection Company staff are specialists in converting products of the sea into materials which Dentists regard as the standards of the profession. For thatreason Z2fmfff.Z2fffzJ 60772622 7736102 Over the years the name "D-P" has become a synonym for dependability. ln your new practice, you can depend on D-P for impression materials of outstanding dependability and accuracy-and for many other "Products for Progressive Dentistry." Qgdffljgafwfmzaf Qzllimfiy ffjlwdfd for you in your new career is our sincere wish ! You are always welcome to call on us for any service we can render. dental perfection co. 543 West Arden Ave., Glendale 3, Calif JELENKO GOLDS and PRECISION CASTING EQUIPMENT -l--- TYPE B-MEDIUM HARD' for M.O.D. and Simple Inlays RLG- U.5. PAY. off: TYPE C-HARD' for Crown and Inlay Abufmenls fmt JELENKO NO.: The Pafrician of Casling Golds for X Parlials, Bridgework, Clasps, Bars, hui:-J if nrs.u,a.ru.orr. Saddles Q iv Q 'Certified A.D.A. ' ' X' ' ' These superb Jelenlco Golds meel every casling need. In equipping your Iaboralory, slarl right - with Jelenlro A Q Precision Casting Equipment. Jelenlro Eleciric Inlay Furnace - for wax eliminafion and "ThermoIroI Junior" provide The :T :J " essentials for Precision Casling. Add other Jelenlto Equip- ! 1 I men? as needed. ' ' Technical Liferalure and Cafelogues on request. ' J. F. .IELENKO 81 CO., INC. JELENKO ELECTRIC HTHERMOCONTROL JUNIOR., Manufacturers of Dental Golds and Specialties INLAY FURNACE' 'I36 West 52nd Sfreef New York 19 lf's i P It's MOBILE 11's AN AMERICAN CABINET New styling, new colors, practical mobility, work-saving features profes- sional men have come to expect in American Cabinets. Think of the convenience - visualize it in your new oliice-then ask your dealer to show you American Cabinet No. 180. No wonder more dentists use American Cabinets than any other make! MANUFACTURING COMPANY TWO RIVERS 0 WISCONSIN l 1 S..- ,, me W - ,-A-my ,X 'X -- --5 i- xxx r I 1 1 gg-H' Nxnixs. , , v 3 . ZA . ' Q.: I A Wim Wi. , Hllmlltlb' I ' :gl-gm ' V I I I 'l- , , -, 'Win' I . ,, i I P1 lil:-sms .I L- ' aquifer I :I"'1. vuxaml , 'Zn 3 " : 4:11. W I . - I V 'L-.S'!?d,ln I - ,'-3 jawn Nliiiriiili-Fics I I "iv Cfffgllie ., ri! -H42 " l I CON INC. unsure, t in York I9 L Im ig J l I I II I I I I I I v 5 , Vg I Q. 'S 1' G. HARTZELL AND SON Manufacturers of Dental Instruments 848 Sixtieth Street lCorner Genoal Oakland, California It's easy .... when you know how At United Arts Dental Laborato- ries, we have the "know-how" to take all your prosthetic needs in stride. For a truly professional iob. tor service and craftsmanship ot the highest caliber, tor peace ot mind-call United Arts. United Arts Dental Laboratories Stonestown San Francisco Eureka Medical Bldg. 443 Sutter 507 F St. MO 4-2644 SU I-5074 HI 2-I392 I af A QX X rf-' Er ff -L., Bank by Mail if you prefer. Each time we receive a deposit by mail we send you a receipt and a special, addressed, postpaid envelope for your next deposit. Here's a Real time-saver! The convenience of a checking account is mighty important to busy professional men and women. Youlll find it especially advan- tageous to open your account with Anglo Bank because you'll like the way Anglo does business. CALIFORNIA NATIONAL ANGUJ BANK CFD I2 offices in San Francisco Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Since 1907 ODAY, as in the past, Wildberg Bros. Casting Colds are the finest obtainable . . . their dependable physical proper- ties and known high noble metal content, give you confidence in their fine character and qual- ity. They are Certified to comply with A.D.A. Specification 5555. Use them regularly because they afford you the finest quality at a reason- able cost. WILDBERG BROS. SMELTING 8: REFINING CO. 742 Market, San Francisco 2 DOuglas 2-3505 Cvngratulativm to the class of '55 Our most sincere wishes tor your success in your protession ancl in the everyday joys ot living. May it be our privilege to serve you and supply you with Tl-lE BEST GOLDS tor GOOD DENTISTRY The Wilkinson Co. I547 Fourth Street P. O. Box Santa Monica, Calif. Ki' I l l l l l ' N i l F Jie l WY' rf l A. ' .ir X ik S l l l iles . ' . fn- Gly.. N. Ni.. gy I mer! ' W- 'mn - wffilfllll ! r . Cl' wawlll fa ,- rf I lea! K E N E A L Y S 300 Valencia STAN BUTLER Atlas Linen Supply Co. ancl Home Laundry Co. Telephone MArIce+ I-I I30 MISSION DENTAL LABORATORY Ticonium Chrome Casting Mission I6+h Bldg., 3004 - I6I'h S+. Phone UNcIerhiII I-2080 San Francisco 3 Compliments of College Grill and Coffee Shop 326 - I4+h Sfreel' John and Eleanor WoIiI'arsIcy RALPH H. ELY COMPANY Dental Depot All lines of Den'I'aI Supplies Dependable Service 945 Phelan Bldg. GA I-6466 GA I -6593 Compliments of BILL'S RICHFIELD STATION I4I'h and Mission S'rreeI' William E. Falkner Consult your VITALLIUM W .. .,,,, ..,..-.,., ,, Slmmaba, l Swwqfvdgaedav A ll l DO, AS MOST DENTISTS D0 LABORATORY Modern leclwniques . . . qualily malerials . . . up-lo-dale equipmenl . . . know-how llwal pleases - all ol llwese are al your command wlwen you consull and use PACIFIC DENTAL LABORATORY ol San Francisco. Gel your praclice ol'l on The riqlwl fool. Come and visilr us before you graduale or lusl aller. You will be pleased willfm your receplion and willw rlme lacililies and personnel al your disposal. It's PACIFIC DENTAL LABORATQRY of San Francisco 450 Surfer Bldg. Suile 826 Gxbxrlield l-8066 ,H i Vfnkgi Na 'Rl lr: Y. Mm.. S 'E 21 K. X -.MN N. + I - K, ww, ,..,.,. .....,,. ..,.. ,....,.. - - ........ ..,,., ,. W.. -,Y-H g 1 ' t a' B e H i S an S or eau! K a CbT1't'iJ n. fpz. -ties 4-nm 7 e Y .I - 7 y , . beau l4M.E. beaute 4 O.F. bealte ' W ' V I 4 Iaat. bellizs, prettyl, 1, that combination of f f' I, ,. ,V ei gualitiesuwhich is pleasing to the eye or ear, or ,Z U is satisfying to the aesthetic sense in the field of if X, af' , moralsg 2, a particular grace or charmg 3, a gi beautiful person or thingg especially, a lovely if j woman. L Q l lllzl I Q 'x ,- 'J 'fif :'- ,, tk!!-at e' 'V i 'f .f'f..."'l ea', fe'l. i f ,,s,1 , fe at ,,, e A f ,, 1 i ' ' i ' A 1,, f-ff1f-f Q9 :--f 'f ,e,: '-.2 r,," afffisfff' .1L-:- ..-fr ...'i ..,. ::' -, AV" 'iii ,"' J , A . I H 5 5 re as l V -v,, if f:,,.,,, . 1 1 4 f 10 ormt T , illlf P ..... and what could be more beautiful, more pleasing to the eye of your patient and more satisfying to your own aesthetic sense! Trubyte 2521" Bioform Shades are the most natural appearing shades in artificial tooth ' .4 colors ever made available. They look vital and alive under all lighting l,1q, tpplt' f conditions and compare most favorably with the tinest natural teeth at '.ge I the peak of health and vitality. When You Specify Tooth Shades SPGCW for BiOfJ1QIT1G Ask your Trubyie Dealer lo show you the "IO Features of Trubyie Bioform Color Superiority" -.'1'a.'!P'.?'CF.f1LF1Lf'..?-L.rV.1iP.f L! B, 9 The First Vacuum TRU BYTE 10 0I'm Fired Porcelain Teeth wa' l Another Outstanding Product of pid!! THE DENTISTS' SUPPLY COMPANY OF NEW YORK York, Pennsylvania Q x X' f Prinhl by Llnlul, S'rlu'r Bc Zzu: Co., INC., Blsuun, Cnnurounu 1 I N Y 1 L Q 1 1 ' 1 w MN V4 W, w w X. A ,M A W . X 1 , i 1 4 z i fi 2 'r X 1 1 i N K N 1 F L 5 E 4 i I I I I 4 E f 1 x


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