University of Texas Dental Branch - Fang Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)
- Class of 1978
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Special Art -
Once agaln we ve managed to put together a yearbook of sorts In a feeble
attempt to record In black and Whlfe Csorry no color agaIn thIs year? what IT s lIke
In the formulatlve years of our dental IIVGS Although we played It faIrly safely last
year In that the format was very sImIlar to that of a hIgh school or college book I
decIded that thIs was a year for change Gomg maInIy on FGBCTIONS from students
and faculty to last year s book I found that nobody reads all the wrItIng and
nobody seems to really care about makIng sure everybody else s DICTUVS IS In the
book They want I to see theur own plcture or name and 2 to be entertaIned
Though we unfortunately may have fallen a bIt short on the former I thInk we ll hIt
the spot on the latter I dId away Wlfh the Faculty sectIon and Included the faculty
at the ends of the student sectIons And lIke It IS Wlfh the students we mIssed
some Instructors but we dId attempt to at least lIst them all
I m sure that agaIn thls year there wIlI be some thIngs that some of you wIlI thInk
IS In poor taste but all I can say to that IS You never know untul you ve eaten
some So bIte It We IIke the fInIshed product and you paId for It Senously we do
hope that at least once dunng your Iourney through these pages a smIle wIlI cross
Flnally there are some people who deserve speclal thanks Kaye Peterson once
thIng And speaklng of Nlarc he took 90?-Q of the DICTUVGS gracIng these pages
Some contrIbutIng photography was done by Bob Schanzer Bruce Smlth Andy
Plckens and the Blake SISTGYS CecIIIa and Mary Joan Chamberlaln dId a fantastlc
job wIth the tItle and endlng pages as well as a couple of cartoons In the freshman
sectIon Thanks to all of these people for contrIbutIng some of theIr tIme to such a
Now for the Heavy duty thanks Nyla Clepper provIded not only many many
woman hours drawIng up pages but also provIded many Ideas WhlCh were
reallzed on the pages of thIs book and WhlCh helped make IT a great book Instead
of just a good book I stIIl get the feelIng that there were some Ideas she had that I
never dId understand due to a sllght communIcatIon problem Cher teeth were
wIred shut for most of the summerb JIm Anderson our Taylor PublIshIng
Company agent provIded support at the rIght spots and agaIn hIs Whenever
you get It done deadIIne helped us out Immensely
And last but not least my Wlfe LIbby deserves some mentlon just for puttIng up
wIth The Fang agaln untIl It went to press and we could see the tabletops In our
house agam Mark Sweeney
So read on and enjoy you dentlsts of tomorrow Edltor
again came through with a place for Marc Yasoni and me to do our darkroom
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SENIQR CLASS UF 1978
DONALD P. BANDY D D S FRED M BLOSSER D D S RICHARD J CHAPMAN D D S
The Beginning and the
End: Class president
graduation, while Mary
Talierico fbelowj wolfs
down a taco at the
August school party.
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Goodman always showed us his best side in TEAM. lt's amazing what you can do to these people under Nitrous!
SRJESORY W. DAHLBERG, SANDRA M. EDWARDS, D.D.S. CHARLIE A. ELIZONDO, D.D.S.
CLINTON L. ESLER, D.D.S. JAMES J. FLAGGERT, D.D.S. LEE T. FOX, D.D.S.
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If shoes make the man, then Don
feels like a new man at graduation.
Don't worry, you'll learn it next year. Is a "4" okay with you?
GEORGE L. GARZA, D.D.S. JOHN G. GOODMAN, D.D.S. FRASER H. GRAHAM, D.D.S.
Dr. Robert Clayton was selected by this year's Seniors as "Instructor of the Year" for his outstanding contributions to their
dental education, in spite of personal illness. He was honored at graduation, with a plaque symbolizing this accomplishment,
as well as the knowledge that he has helped ease the transition to private practice for a number of new dentists.
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H. IVAN HAECKER, D.D.S. JARY T. KLEIN KENNETH R. KRUEGER, D.D.S
RICHARD H. LAZOR, D.D.S. DANIEL J. MEADORS, D.D.S. MARGARET G. MECHINUS,
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ls it true that our own Earl
Befeld may be teaching
Jurisprudence next year, while
waiting for release of his book
"What, Me Worry?", and before
he begins another to be entitled
"Dental School Ends With Oral
JOHN H. NOWLIN, D.D.S. JOHNNIE D. OVERTON, D.D.S. DOUGLAS M. PAUTZ, D.D.S.
This marks the first year for Dr. Rick Buchanan as Chairman of the Department of General Practice. Although he appears to
be a "boy in a man's world", this year's Senior class found that appearances are deceiving. He was honest, frank, and
genuineiy interested in preparing them for the years to come. The Fang salutes Dr. Buchanan on a job wel! done. Keep up the
iirr,e prir or
STEVEN R. PAYNE, D.D.S. KAYE D. PETERSON, D.D.S. RODNEY K. RAYBURN, D.D.S.
JOHN J. RICHTER Ill, D.D.S. PAUL R. RIVERA, D.D.S. MARY E. TALLERICO, D.D.S.
Dr. J, Longo
Dr. D. Snyder works over a pig jaw.
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TIMOTHY B. TISCHLEFI, D.D.S. NEVEILLE WILLIAMS III, D.D.S.
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Dr. T. Williams and Dr. B. Harber Cagainh
Dr. FI. Weed in a relaxed state.
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Joe Allen .Jan Faulk Ned Lunt 106 Bob Schanzer
Roger Arredondo Robbie Felker Richard Lyon 107 Farrell Scruggs
Jeff Atherton . Jon Fuller Mark Mahaffey 108 David Seals
Rodger Bagby Simon Garza Scott Marston 109 Stan Seewald
Bill Barrett . Jim Glaess M. "Tay" Mason 110. Grady Sellers
Scott Bates T Bill Goss Steve Mayer 1 1 1. Warren Shimotsu
Mark Bayne Steve Grant Liz McAlister 1 12 Jack Shirley
Mike Beard Brian Gulley Mike Meliza 113 Steve Sims
Scott Berry . Joe Gutierrez Mark Moore 1 14 Rob Skvorak '
Gerald Bevers Dahlia Guzman Tony Mullins 115 Bruce Smith
Bill Beyers Rick Hahn Ivan Nation 116 Roy Smith
Dave Brown . Jerry Hamilton . Skip Nethery 1 17 Ray Snider
Bill Bryant, Jr. .Jeannie Hansen .Alan Nix 118 Dickie Stanley
Don Buckner Emilio Hernandez .John Norman 119 Bill Steinhauer
Robert Bu rson . David Hickey Lee Overstreet 120 Mark Sweeney
Mike Butcher . Jeff Hicks Guy Parker 121. Radford Tarry
Bo Carrick . Stan Higgs Mary Partida 122. Johnny Taylor
Jay Chatmas Mike Hill . John Patterson 123. B. Randy Thorn
John Chelkowski Mike Hinze Bill Pavlat 124. Dave Timmis
Tom Cockerell Bill Hovel Chris Perrin 125 Ken Vandewalle
Tom Cotton Lanny Howell Garry Phillips 126 Ron Verrett
Mike Courter John Hudson Andy Pickens 127 Bruce Vetters
Joel Courtial Leon Jeffries . Jon Ouillian 128. Henry Wachtendorf
Bernie Cox Bryan Jennings .John Quincy 129. Gordon Walling
Sam Crane Dennis Jennings Kathy Raesz 130 Lane Walsh
Bill Dean . Andrea Johns .Greg Randolph 131 Dayton Warden
Gary Delz Frank Johnstone John Reinhard 132 Rick Weaver
Mike Dishrnan . Terry Kessler Fred Ripaldi 133 Delwin Wiemers
Von Dixon Pete Koletar Pat Robinson 134. Seth Witcher
Brent Dove lris Korus Lupita Rodriguez 135. Pete Wood
Terry Drennan Holly Lanier Don Ross 136. Steve Wood
Mike DuBose Scott Lathan Jack Rutherford 137. Mike Woolwine
Mike Dunham Ron Lee Dennis Salinas 138. Clyde Yost
Mike Durnin Royce Lively
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Sports activities are beginning to play a greater part
in the leisure time of dental students, as evidenced by
the soccer and volleyball teams. Both teams fared well
against competition. The soccer team went to the state
finals in Houston, where they held their own for half a
game against a more experienced team composed
predominantly of Englishmen who were amazed that
they, for a short time, were losing to such "rubbish".
The junior volleyball team ended in somewhat better
shape by winning the Health Science Center's Men's
Division after trouncing the freshman team. Many
other students have found golf, racquetball, or jogging
to be the necessary diversion to relieve the tensions of
Dr. R. Rhyne fOral Diagnosisj
Dr. S. Bricker COraI Dx.j
Dr. O. Langland COraI Dx.J Dr. J. Cottone COraI Dx.j
Dr. C. Padgett CT.E.A.M. Directory and Dr. J. Hardage CD.A.U. Directorb
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Dr. C. Morris COral Dx.J
Dr. B. Baker COraI Dx., Coordinator of Faculty
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Dr. J. Hartley CFioentgenoIogyJ
Dr. V. Segreto fOraI Dx.J
Dr. K. Stewart CProsth.J
Dr. Drago demonstrates his good technique.
Dr. G. Kiser and his favorite machine,
Dr, W. Simmons fC8tBj
Dr. W. Kuebker fProsth.j
Dr. R. Morrow CI.Jand Dr. E. Feldman fChairmanJ
Dr. Edwards gives a baseplate me "eagle
Dr. D. Schwartz on learning that BA of the
Juniors passed CSLB.
The Fang regrets missing Dr. Steve Parel
CMaxiIIo-facial Prosthj, and Drs. Everett
Chapman and Terry Hoffman fOrai Dx.j
Dr. A. A. Calomeni critiques while a masked woman
Dr. W. Smith caught speechIess??
Dr. E. Davis tells about the one Dr. A. Bruni CO.S.J
that got away. CO.S.J
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Dr. D. CarterCOperative, D.A.U.J Dr. H. Sisca COperativej Dr. H. Wise and Dr. N. Barghi discuss a dental student's C818 future
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Dr. H. TiIson1Chairman Oral Surgeryj
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Dr. J. Nicholson fOperativeJ Dr. J. Vernetti COperativeJ
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Childers, Becky Brooks, Ed Camacho, Harold Bissonnet, Carl Chilton, Mike
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Ray Fournier, Marion Dyches, Don Fegley, Clarence Feller, Faye Fegley,
Nace Formagus, Jim Donnelly, Phil Estrada, Bill Fincannon, Diana Diaz
Robert Hill, Bill Hammons, Bill Hanna, John Hillin, Sylvia Hinojosa, Kim
Hickey, Sam Henry, Tim Hale. AWOL: Bill Hanson, Ronnie Horne, Mike
Huber, Gary Johnson
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Peter Manning, John Kelly, Greg Long, Ron King, John Martin, Jae-Hyon
Lee, James Lee, Charles McClure, Pat McClellan, Mark McCall, MIA: Mickey
Randy Rosellini, Joey Piatek, Ann-Marie Perales, Dave Rathke, Wade
Phelps, Mike Pharaoh, Mary Parma, Jerry Poindexter, Charles Panfely,
Danny Orsak, Sue Ellen Richardson, Chuck Robinson
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Offer Llnlque Beneflts
and F lexrble Plans
to the new dentrst Whdhe, you ,E
to the estabhshed dentrst Ovemrrs G new
In any tax bracket an exrstrng offrce or purchasrng
new equrpment for yourestablrshed offrce you
should consrder L EASING as a means of frnancrng
To provrde the professron wrth adequate frnan
cral assrstance for equrpment and consumable pur
chases leasehold rmprovements and workrng Caprtal
requrrements Healthc o has formed a wholly owned
frnancrng subsrdrary Healthco Professronal Ser
vrces Corporatron KHPSCJ
Staffed wrth experrenced frnancral people HPSC
works closely wrth Healthco equrpmerrt specralrsts
rn all of our supply centers to develop the best
possrble frnancrnq arrangements foreach customer
add to hrs present equrpment wrthout affectrng hrs
credrt ratrng or drsturbrng hrs cash flow Many den
trsts are becomrng aware of the benefrts of leas
rng and of the helpful frnancral gurdance offered
Because Healthco has estabhshed thrs wholly
owned subsrdrary HPSC to provrde the professron
wrth adequate frnancral gurdance HPSC offers many
plans Allarerndrvrdually prograrnrnedtorrreetyour
personal frnancral requrrements and to unsure flexr
ble frnancrng of equrpment consumable supplres
and leasehold rmprovements
Healthco s leasrng Company offers many optrons
at are not avarlable from other frnancrng sources
Prepayment wrthout penalty
Trade up prrvrleges on any leased equrpment
wrthout havrng to pay off the entrre note
Step up payment programs
Personalrzed frnancral gurdance
for rnformatron regardrng HPSCS lOOf tax de
ductrble leasrng programs or any other type of
frnancrng Contact your local Healthco representa
trve We look forward to assrstrng lou wrth a plan
that wrll satrsfy your frnancral needs
WHY LEASING? -Healthcn DENTAL SUPPLY
Because rt allows the new dentrst to set up prac
trce wrth a frnance plan tarlored to hrs cash flow
needs rt allows the establrshed dentrst to replace or
At I-lealthco,we not only
dellver the equlpment
we dellver on servrcel
Your practrce and rts productrvrty depend on your
skrll and consrstent and dependable servrce to your
patrents Our busrness depends on seerng to rt that
your charr trme rs not rnterrupted by the breakdown
of equrpment or delay rn the delrvery of merchan
drse ln other words wrth dental supplres we also
supply assurances that when you re ready to prac
trce you have all you need when you need rt
Next trme you re tempted to shop around ask
How long can l afford to wart for delrvery
Where wrll I go for equrpment reparr and how
long wrll l have to wart?
How much can l afford to lose rn prepard orders
rf an unrelrable frrrn goes out of busrness9
How long wrll my patrents wart whrle I rn wartrng
for my orders or reparrs7
The only answer rs that the only product worth rts
prrce rs the one fully backed by servrce
The answer rs Healthco next order every order
and between orders rf necessary
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On the first day of orientation we sat
in the auditorium looking at a
polyester sea of future dentists, all
clean, cropped and captivated. The
administration told us we were the
cream de'la creme. We were told that
the most difficult part of the quest of
the D.D.S. was over, we had been
ACCEPTED. CThe first lie was laid on
us.J As we squirmed in our seats, little
did we realize what lay in store for us.
Our first semester was filled with
cadavers f"Where's the hymen on this
one?"J, carvings, Krebs cycle and
Kupffer cells Cphagocytic cells lining
liver sinusoids - how could you
forget?J. We each have our personal
memories of the Gross Anatomy labs
and lectures. Our eagerness to
discover the workings of the human
body left a feeling of awe which was
sometimes dampened by numb
fingers, gloves with holes Cl hope the
same company that makes those
gloves doesn't make condomsj and
that smell you could not get rid of till
you laundered all clothing.
Dental Anatomy started out simple
enough: all we had to do was learn
how to identify the teeth. When only
one person passed the tooth l.D., Dr.
Patterson discovered the anatomy
gods had dumped on Him. Dr.
Patterson proceeded to return the
favor. We were His great experiment
CSan Antonio, you gonna get some
anatomy at lastly. He would show the
world His greatness by turning 152
schmucks into fslightly fewerj cone
clones. By hook, crook, or alginate
most passed His course. Dental
Anatomy led many students to seek
careers outside the dental field. The
cream de'la creme had gone sour.
The Christmas party let us blow off
a semester of steam. The Romco
dental school adaptor fvaseline not
includedb, the Aggie yell and the
dance of the uterus provided
entertainment. Next year barf bags
will be provided.
By the time we endured our
freshman year we had seen many
changes: our class roster had shrunk
smaller than Dan Nloore's pants, Dr.
C. was still trying to find out who wrote
the cat story Cno,.l didn't write ity, and
the rumor mill was smoking more
than Dr. Sisca. l hope during the
summer l can mug enough little old
ladies to pay for my sophomore year
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James E Barta
Davld M. AI Amee! Pamela J Allamu Randall T. Amonett
Arturo J Belarano Keuth R. Bell Brenda L. Bellocchlo
Thomas R. Anderson Wulllam O Armour Mark D Barnett
Stephen P. Anderson
Vlqoy M, Bgrgla Mollle Blake Ester l Rllnnmmzn
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Johnny M. Clark
Nyla E. Clepper
Patrice Jordy Coons
William M. Copeland
Val Rodway Corley
Danny L. Cox
Randall D. Cox
David T. Crowe
Rocco P. De Santis
James E. Downs
James H. Flippen
Ricardo H. Garcia
Martha L. Gardiner
Donald L. Gebhart
Cecil F. George
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Marilyn K. Gxles Thomas A. Gillman Randal M. Glenn
George M. Grant - Cynthia J. Grothues William J. Guthrie
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Jerrold P. Jolly Gary M. Jones Stuart R. Kalmus George R. Kurklandrlr Cunis D. Kornegay
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Michael J. Landry
Kenneth A. Lawson,
James B. Lea
Paul K. Lonquist
Noble M. Malik, Jr.
Martha L. Manley
Alfred Z. Marquez
Steven Dale Martin
Daniel R. Matthews
Joseph A. Mechinus
William F. Metts
Jennie L. Miller
Dan D. Moore
John A, Moore
Billy L. Morgan
Jack C. Morgan
Nina Maria Navarro
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Karl E. Oppermann
Gregory A. Osborne
William T. Osterloh
Randy A. Parham
Charles A. Parker
Keith R. Parris
Paul L. Patrick
William G. Patterson
Donald A. Pinkard
Larry H. Poth
Dawn M. Powlan
Steven H. Pratt
Pamela J. Presnall
Anthony D. Ouante
William C. Quinn
Daniel T. Ramos
Charles M. Repa
Michael A. Repka
Kim B. Richmond
Matthew B. Roberts
Randy P. Robinson
Ridley O. Ross
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Walter R. Walton Michael L. Ward Robert E. Weaver Ronald B. Welch Steven W. Whltlow C
Wnlkrns Michael L Wooldridge Jtm P Young
NOW CELEBRATING OUR 50th ANNIVERSARY
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Dr K Rudd Coordinator Contunumg
TEXAS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS Drs R Mmatra D Brunson J Rogers M J
Morltz F Kldd W Kemp S Rabon J Walker W Knvght
Ed Wyss, Asst Cllmc Coordmator Dr Marshall Houston, Associate Dean Dr Blllv FUQSDYI CIIHIC C00fdIn8t0r
We were not able to obtain photos of lVlrs Betty Compton, our Registrar, or of Dr Shaller
Peterson In tame for thls Issue of the Fang, but we wlsh to mention them here, and thank them
for their continuing contributions to our dental education lVlr Brian Lacey served this year as
business manager and head Den IVIother for the Outpatlent Cllnuc employees, and was also
unfortunately overlooked by our photographers thus year
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Ali rights roaervedi
Roy D Smith
Roy R Smith
Ma ry Tallenco
Neveille Williams lll
Rocco De Santis
John D Chelkowski
Judy Graham Dunham
Ann Sue Von Gonten
Donald O Neal
James Flippen Dennis Salinas
Omlcron Kappa Upsllon IS a Natlonal Dental Honor Society Our flrst exposure to It IS during
the freshman year when the top ten percent of the classf fondly known as Gunnersj are
mvlted to the yearly dlnner honoring present new and potential members ln spate of what
most of us thlnk at IS a great honor Why lust look at the dlstlngulshed faculty members listed
OKU was lncepted OJ In 1914 at Northwestern Unlverslty whsle G V Black Crecognlze the
name?J was the dean Since then 58 more chapters have been established Our Mu Nu
chapter recelved its charter from the Supreme Charter on June 1 1973 Members are
dedicated to promotmg better dentlstry throughout the world
J B Hallet
H P Hltchcock
H Edward Wyss
Mary Ann Wyss
Dr Richard Lazor
Dr Kaye Peterson
Dr Mary Tallerlco
Dr Timothy Tlschler
The Pennyweights is the official wives club at
UTDSSA. lt is open to all dental students' wives who
T H E want to know a little more about why they are getting
a little less. CAttention, that is.j They meet monthly,
with a wide variety of topics discussed and with
P E N N - frequent guest lectures from birth control to cutting
a class 1 amalgam prep for at least being able to
recognize onelj The Fang wishes them a successful
TI-IEDE TINALSE Tl EI.
This space was originally reserved for the Dentinal Sentinel our
monthly 05 school rag Unfortunately I arrived at the trash can too late
and missed getting a picture of the latest edition before Housekeeping
emptied the trash and took them all Ah well sorry guys'
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TOTAL S 2775
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dependents carr1ed on the po11cy The cost reflected above TS a s1ng1e student
rate as of March 15 1978
f'Tu1t1on for out of state students TS S900 00
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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
DENTAL SCHOOL AT SAN ANTONIO
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY ACHIEVEMENT necono "E0U'5'T'0N FOR MATEFHALS
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Articulation I0 11 Opt
To be returned not later than
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We at Carthage are seeking volunteers for
our cloning experiments. We feel that the
answer to the problems that dental schools
across the nation are experiencing can be
completely eradicated by our cloning process
No more problems with students who've "got
the hands, but nothing between the ears", or
with the more common "10-thumbed
Bookworms". These problem students are
usually remediated endlessly in the dental
curriculum until finally being cast by the
By cloning the "perfect dental student",
these problems can be eliminated. Think of it.
All your school's admissions committee will
have to do is to place an order for the
freshman class quota on one of our handy
Clone Order Forms, or simply call us up on
our Call-a-Clone line. CREMEIVIBER: 20M off
for orders over 150, so let's get those
admissions uplj No more waiting lists. No
more phone calls from anxious students or
angry parents. You'll have more time to do
important things with your afternoons off.
We realize some of you from the more staunch and stoic schools may be a bit skeptical at first but we
assure you it is not only possible, it's a reality here at Carthage It s being done now with dental school
interviewees. After years of research, we have perfected the dental school applicant to a T 3 piece suit
close-cropped expensive hairstyle, Gucci shoes and with a spectacular array of questions guaranteed to
impart to even the casual listener a voracious interest in pursuing dentistry as a career
lt can be done! CSee accompanying photography
We are now in the process of cloning the perfect dental student but we need volunteers Our scientists
are hard at work mixing and matching DNA in our remarkable Gene Machine We want just the right
mixture of intellect, arrogance, dexterity, feigned humility and with a bit of brown tinge on the nose
We feel that in the near future we can offer the answer to your problems No more hassles with
remedial programs, gripe sessions, etc. And with our re cycle campaign you can sell used models back to
us for V2 of the original purchase price. lnvent your own attrition rate' We also expect to offer several of
the more popular minorities in our dental clone line so you can keep those Federal funds coming in
CSorry - no returns on minority clones.D
Imagine it! Within the decade we hope to perfect the Dentist clone Our law staff is hard at work
attempting to gain the rights to G. V. Black's remains for the purpose of extracting some dormant DNA in
hopes of reviving "the greatest dentist that ever lived' Cloning is the science of the future and we at
Carthage are working now for a better tomorrowtomorrowtommorow
Carthage Clone Institute
Call-a-Clone: C3015 524 CLONE
I think that I shall never see
my name behind a D.lVl.D.:ft
One chance is all they've given me,
To prove that here's where I should be.
I've worked my butt off for three years
And stayed 'bove average with my peers,
But then an onlay margin caught,
And now it may be all for naught.
Zinck said the summer I could wait,
And then I could remediate,
Two weeks l'll have of summer session,
But, what if my patient's on vacation?
Then to the Junior floor l'm sent,
Another year of my life spent
Cottone and Hoskins on my back,
lVly attitude will surely crack.
They say that I'lI be treated fair,
CBut first I'd better cut my hairlj
lVly wife, she doesn't understand,
She thought we'd made the Promised Land.
She can't believe they'll kick me out
On that point she is most devout -
But more, she says that if they do,
Our marriage meets its Waterloo.
I haven't told my parents yet,
Lest in their wills they might "forget"
Their son, who tried so hard to be,
A great success in dentistry.
An extra year they sure won't pay,
I'd better go and see Charles J.
Oh, Lord, I have been such a fool
To think Dentistry and Dental School,
Could be the end and the means.
Cl think it's just a hill of beanslj
If in San Antone you wish to stay,
Then politics you have to play,
So I've just made a call to one
Of my good friends down in Houston.
:FA D.D.S. is what we get
But "see" ain't gonna rhyme with it.
So if you think it to be queer
Stick this poem in youri.
LLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
Sorry, we missed Dr.
Acting Dean of the
School of Allied
Dr. John Preece, Acting
Director of Dental Auxiliary
Training: Professor - Dept. Coordinator of Dental Hygiene
Diagnosis and Roentgenology Education
The School of Allied Health Sciences includes three auxiliary units of the total dental conglomerate.
Hygienists, although not employed by every practicing dentist, are also a major asset to some ot the more
progressive and productive practices. Dental assistants also are not always utilized to their maximum
potential, but tor the dentist willing to hire a certified assistant, the returns are much greater than any
amount invested Cwell, there are exceptions to everythinglj. Dental Lab technicians, unlike the hygienists
and assists, are utilized by ninety-nine and 44!100ths ot private dentists. In their case also, the price paid
is outweighed by the service rendered.
lt should be clear by now that these three specialty groups contribute significantly to the overall dental
picture. So one can imagine the multitude of the task faced by faculty ofthe School of Allied Health. Yet
they continue to turn out quality personnel, highly skilled in their respective fields, determined to
contribute to the future of modern dentistry.
Mrs. Jane Carr, Acting
DENTAL I-IYGIENE CLASS OF l978
Front row: Krystal Krischke, Michelle Clarke, Shelley Todd, Anna Marie Gerarnita, Marian Shoemaker, Carolyn Trevino, Sharon
Brown. 2nd row: Carol Smoot, Lou Ann Caywood, Kim Fellows, Lee Cooper, Stephanie Moran. 3rd row: Jacqui Wager, Celeste
Salge, Laurie Wagener, Cheryl Loney, Linda Snow, Kendall Cloud, Gail Mullins, Pam Wager, Anette Poplin. 4th row: Bette Yost,
Debbie Driffil, Jamie Houser, Sara Mayfield, Carla Esters, Carolyn Hankins, Margaret Rodgers, Susan Matjeka, Joyce Wallis,
Sherril Covin. 5th row: Carla Raubfogel, Laura Lopez, Leonor Perez, Debbie Barrow, Cecilia Beitel, Barta Busby, Patricia
Butcher, Sandra Colina, Lisa Raubfogel, Brenda Nietsch, Cindy Stewardson, Gina Hovel, Lulu Clarke. Not pictured: Lynne
Hauser, Debbie Holloway, Louisa Tovar.
Anita L. Addison
Yvonne M. Balcom
Cindy D. Bates
Sheri A. Bell
Cynthia G. Boggs
Rebecca A. Boswell
Susan K. Brucks
Cristy C. Burk
Ladenna K. Clarke
Deborah K. Copeland
Vicki J. Dahlke
Nancy L. Davenport
Becky S. Davis
Kelly A. Dempsey
Amy C. Duncan
Gloria J. Eaton
Barbara S. Fuller
Flhonda S. Goebel
Sheryl A. Haas
Jill C. Hemminghaus
Karen E. Holt
Cynthia A. Horwedel
Gene T. Jackson
Tina C. Johnson
Gail J. Kalb
Cynthia D. Kosub
Leticia E. Lopez
Darlene A. McKenna
Michele D. Maranitch
Patricia M. Obermeier
Anita S. Owens
Sherry L. Petkovsky
Donna J. Rosenberger
Sandra K. Striegler
Maria A. Vasquez
Ann Marie Wagner
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