University of Maryland Baltimore Dental School - Mirror Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

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JHBSUSBBHLu H ,, ' ' pill ili MM MM MHIk MARYLAND COLLECTIC DENTISTRY tfBRARY BALTIMORE COLLEGE Qi DENTAL SUROFPV Published by The One Hundred and Ninth Student Body of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Dental School, University of Maryland BALTIMORE, MARYLAND lUZi DEDICATION untk adrmnation and untk ne jpeet . . . . . . for his diligence in instruction . . . for his insistence upon the observance of the highest standards in the practice of dentistry . . . for his undaunted efforts to elevate the status of dental science . . . for his helpful and generously given counsel . . . for his devotion to his students, to his school, and to his profession . . . this volume is dedicated to . . . WILLIAM E. HAHN, D.D.S., A.B., M.S. Page Two C_ ' je Lyoof i Lfaice From original lithograph by Pigal, French genre painter. The lithograph was made from his own painting, exhibited in the Paris Salon of 1837. Present Of the University Harry Clifton Byrd (jotfetHw of the State of Maryland William Preston Lane, Jr. fcean OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND DENTAL SCHOOL J. Ben Robinson D.D.S., Sc.D., F.A.C.D. Page Five SOME FACULTY M. Edward Coberth, Clinical Periodontics Xi Psi Phi . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . speedy . . . thorough . . . congenial dignity . . . has a way with the kids . . . foster father of the German Orphan Home . . . implicit truster: " Here ' s the order — now straighten the walls, extend the grooves, and get your retention. " Samuel H. Bryant, Clinical Diagnosis Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Army . . . Colonel . . . Sammy Snead of the B. C. D. S. . . . all bark, no bite . . . favorite pastime: reprimanding the dental " cripple " . . . " Lower that headrest! " . . . bowler . . . " Where ' ve you been for four years, doctor? " Joseph C. Biddix, Clinical Diagnosis Psi Omega . . . U. S. P. H. S. . . . congenial . . . enthusiastic . . . first-name caller . . . practical joker . . . reformist . . . " Hi-ya fellas! " . . . cowboy gait . . . Mrs. Reed ' s favorite " Joe. " Nathan B. Scherr, Operative and Periodontia Alpha Omega . . . sports fan . . . cousin weak eyes . . . favorite checker for speedy Saturday morning operators . . . practical . . . frequenter of the operative dispensary . . . " Arizona ' s the place! " Russell Gigliotti, Operative Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . unper- turbable . . . easy-going . . . likeable . . . popular . . . rabid baseball fan . . . sympathetic and under- standing . . . students ' lunch companion . . . pre- mature paunch . . . transplanted Yankee. i Page Si. PERSONALITIES Donald E. Shay, Bacteriology Professional mein . . . not ticklish . . . plays leading role in " The Sophomores ' Nightmare " . . . idealist . . . voluminous lecturer (drop your pen, and you fail the course) . Sterrett P. Beaven, Operative Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Navy . . . great stone face . . . third man in Pathology bull session . . . Dr. Mazzotta ' s heckler . . . meticulous . . . popular driver of the Catonsville lorry. Riley S. Williamson, Dental Materials Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . gold medalist . . . Navy . . . quiet lecturer . . . " Hi " . . . pianist . . . conscientious . . . former life of the frat parties . . . " Uh-h-h, I think you should rotate that cuspid. Lewis C. Toomey, Surgery Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Army . . . jovial — at times . . . smiling coun- tenance . . . window gazer . . . handsome dan . . . bobby soxers ' favorite surgeon . . . helpful . . . rubicund. Algert P. Lazauskas, Operative Gorgas . . . U. S. P. H. S. . . . Psi Omega ' s favorite son . . . carries a hot pen for a progress report ... " I really don ' t remember it — where do I sign? " . . . conversationalist . . . ardent golfer. LIBRARY BALTIMORE COLLEGE Of DENTAL SIJROCDV Page Sfii-ii SOME FACULTY Douglas A. Browning, Crown and Bridge Psi Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gold Medalist . . . Major . . . ready and willing . . . " Oops! I dropped it " . . . congenial . . . energetic ... " I don ' t know if it ' s right or not, but it won ' t fit. " Howard M. Johnson, Surgery Leprechaun . . . helpful . . . soft in speech . . . vigorous worker . . . covers 60 miles per day . . . " You must — learn — to luxate — the tooth!!! " . . . bell bot- tom trousers. Marion W. McCrae, Histology Psi Omega head man . . . Rx coffee, 2 cups . . . major . . . dental education expert . . . unconfirmed bachelor . . . creator of freshman literature . . . busy. Burton R. Pollack, Anatomy Sigma Epsilon Delta . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Navy . . . Hahn ' s protege makes good . . . recent papa . . . the walking Gray ' s . . . altitudinous . . . researcher. Joseph R. Beard, Crown and Bridge Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . deliberate . . . unassum- ing . . . soft manner belies his crown and bridge enthusiasm . . . violinist . . . vocalist . . . " W-e-e-al — it ' s — about — the — hardest — prep-a-ra-tion — tha-yer — is. " Page Eight PERSONALITIES Leon M. Mazzotta, Clinical Pathology Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . U. S. P. H. S. . . . father confessor of the clinic . . . lectures to packed house in the Pathology room . . . Baltimore transplant . . . " Never use Ipana! " . . . promulgator of Zephirin therapy . . . " There are no requirements . . . but . . .! " Harry W. F. Dressel, Jr., Operative Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Navy . . . gay Lothario . . . able photographer . . . clinic ' s Houdini . . . smiley . . . polite . . . " Now, that ' s j-u-u-ust about right. " . . . always on the lookout for a raised hand. Leonard Rapoport, Pharmacology Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gold Medalist . . . stickler . . . quotes Rx ' s as Kieran quotes Shakespeare . . . ADR is his Bible . . . the " bite " of Dr. Dobbs " bark " . . . " This was copied! " . . . collector of useless information . . . amateur magician. Joseph Cappuccio, Surgery Psi Omega . . . Little Caesar . . . football pooler . . . Cliff ' s, t.i.d. . . . good man at a roundtable . . . " Oh by Jingo! " . . . lecture record: one chance; one miss . . . life of the parties . . . twinkletoes. Wilbur O. Ramsey, Prosthetics Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Navy . . . pleasant prosthodontist . . . helpfully efficient . . . firm believer in Fasteeth . . . Wow! — Biggest darn ridge I ever saw! . strange gait. Pitg? Nine THE WOMEN OF B.C.D.S Page Ten THE SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS President James Page Vice-President John Stephens Secretary Thomas Walter Treasurer Norman Allen Historian Anthony Monaco Ser geant -at -Arms . . . William Strahan SENIOR CLASS HISTORY The conclusion of each academic year inevitably brings with its glad tiding the effervescent afterglow of bittersweet mefnories. Invariably, the thoughts of the student recall to memory many occurrences of the preceding years. The unpleasant incidents are quickly relegated to the farthest recesses of his mind; the happy events are ruminated once again for fear that some may have been overlooked. To say, unreservedly, that all our days spent at the B. C. D. S. were occasions of rejoicing would insult the intelligence of the faculty and seriously question the integrity of the students. There have been moments of melancholy and exultation; of remorse and unmiti gated joy; of grave disappointment and unbounded confidence; of elation and dejection. The class made its inauspicious debut at the time when more momen- tous occurrences were coursing the current world events. A spirit of levity was conspicuously absent and the prevailing atmosphere was one of deep concern. Our instructors charitably took us in hand and we skipped merrily into the labyrinthine maze of Anatomy, Histology and Biochemistry. Though shaken, we emerged unscathed and our horizon once again came into view. What we thought to be a brief respite was merely the calm before the tempest. Neuroanatomy, with its tortuous convolutions, offered no surcease from our state of befuddlement and confusion. While we groped, we learned, and as we learned we realized the deep satisfaction that comes from the knowledge of a task well done. The end of the freshman year brought the usual sighs of relief. The students, one and all, through some misconception, thought their days of travail at an end. Surely the freshman year would have been sufficient to Page Twelve mold that " veritable fortress of knowledge " which would accompany us through life. But there was more. The sophomore year was upon us, its pregnant textbooks teeming with data we were to make part of ourselves. In order not to waste precious time, the faculty deemed our collective intellections agile enough by now to coordinate our nimble fingers. The technic courses came in profusion and we were saved only by our indomi- table will to survive. The advent of our first clinical year superseded anything that had been presented to us before. From the moment of its inception we realized the magnitude of the task. The multitude of courses designed to teach us technic were merely introductions to something infinitely greater. Each patient entrusted to our care came as an individual, an entity that would not respond to the careless diffidence with which we had regarded our endoforms. By that time though, our very stable foundations were firmly in- grained. Slowly, gradually, almost imperceptibly, our attitudes began to change. Gone were the cross petulances of the formative years; our impulses had become occasions for deliberation, and the rudiments of pro- fessionalism were slowly inculcated. Today as we look about us, that feeling of ineptness, once so painfully ours, has been replaced by a placid composure. We are amazed that this sensation of adequacy should have finally evolved from our humble atti- tude of some months ago. Perhaps this feeling of competence is a natural concomitant of the long, arduous years of study; perhaps it is a true evaluation of our sense of importance and of the quality of our work; or perhaps we have so run the gamut of h uman emotions that nothing else can perceptibly shake our composure again. We take leave, but not without regrets and certainly not without the joyous jubilations we have so well earned. We leave no testament to those classes following: merely the evidence of a task completed; the uncertainty of one yet to be begun. Dr. M. S. Aisenberg Honorary Class President Page Thirteen THE SENIORS First row. D. Dykes, R. Coleman, L. Copen, B. Friedman, L. Melendez, S. George, B. Williamosky. Second roic: W. Dodson, J. Stephens, S. Zimmerman, A. Chavoor, T. Edwards, C. Meinhold, J. Scribner, F. Iturrino, A. Bobenko, J, Applebaum. Third row: R. Neish, W. Allen, J. Fenton, E. Rapp, E. McGrath, J. Carroll, H. Stanley, J. Lee. Fourth row. P. Fazzalari, W. Fridinger, N. Kcrico, W. Bloxom, W. Dayis, F. Pavel, C. Devier, J. Page, D. Lewis, R. Cabanas. First roil-. C Mollis, S. Nord, B. Ward, P. Weber, W. George, A. Aria. Second row. R- Biddington, M. Reichel, P. Loflin, J. Thompson, J. Keanneally, A. Vikell, J. Medina, E. Quintero, M. Guerrieri, P. Heininger. Third row: N. Allen, W. Strahan, J. Doherty, L. Ready, D. Gold, E. Johnston, H. Goldberg, J. Griffin, P. Strollo, R. Grzeczkowski. Fourth row: S. Kukucka, H. Gerken, T. Walter, R. Hill, A. Monaco, G. Millert, E. Hinrichs, B. Gordon, R. Lee, E. Zimmerrnann. THE SENIORS Page Fifteen mien M I R R O NORMAN D. ALLEN " Bud " . . . West Wilmington, Connecticut, . . . Holy Cross (track) . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Class Treasurer 4 . . . Dodson ' s unerring disciple . . . down-to- earth canine fancier (dachshunds) . . . future orthodontist . . . " Dodson, may I go out this evening? " WILLIAM R. ALLEN " Bill " . . . Berkeley Springs, West Virginia . . . Bridgewater (A.B), Shepherd, West Vir- ginia U. (M.S.), Ohio State, Washington U. . . . Army . . . married . . . Psi Omega (Historian 4) . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Class President 1 . . . professional professional . . . Kris Kringle (form and spirit) . . . voraci- ously inquisitive . . . politician . . . diplomat . . . " Sir-r-r-r-r. " JOSEPH APPLEBAUM " Joe " . . . Baltimore . . . Maryland, Princeton (track) . . . Navy . . . Alpha Omega (His- torian 2, Secretary 3) . . . Class Historian 1, Secretary 2 ... sub B. M. R. (Dr. Jekyll), philogynous philogynist (Mr. Hyde) . . . " Never let business interfere with pleasure " . . . misplaced sho ' man . . . driver of 5 p.m. local. x H. Page Sixteen eh m ARTHUR ANTHONY ARIA " Art " . . . Jersey City, New Jersey ... St. Peter ' s (B.S.) . . . conscientious . . . unobtru- sive . . . idealist . . . dogmatic . . . Dr. Nut- tail ' s favorite consultant . . . star member of Fridinger car pool. WILLIAM ROBERT BIDDINGTON " Bob " . . . Piedmont, West Virginia . . . Potomac State, Hampden-Sydney . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega (Editor 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Student Council 1 . . . Class President 2 . . . efficient, smooth operator . . . " Rapid Rob- ert " . . . " I ' ve (we ' ve) decided to practice in Baltimore " . . . married. WILLIAM RANDOLPH BI.OXOM " Pep " . . . Mappsville, Virginia . . . William and Mary (Kappa Tau), Maryland . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice-President 4) . . . implacably placid . . . first family of Virginia . . . agricultural enthusiast . . . deep are the roots . . . tonsure bound . . . bow tie-er. i 1 9 4 8 Page Seventeen ALEKSEY BOBENKO " Bo " . . . Baltimore . . . Maryland (B.S.) . . . Phi Delta Theta . . . pugilist . . . foot- baller . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1 . . . the mad Rus- sian . . . speaks a fluent mixture of Chinese, Portuguese, and Mumbo all at once . . . " What ' s that, Bo? " . . . barks, but has no bite . . . butt of the jokesters . . . third man in the C. and B. department . . . " Ya lookin ' fa trouble? " . . . married. MM RAMON CABANAS VALLS " Ray " . . . Utuado, Puerto Rico . . . Poly- technic Institute (baseball, track) . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . classes begin at 9:05 . . . married . . . " I ' ve got to go home to Peggy " . . . Crown and Bridge expert . . . superb athlete . . . " What, another bill already? " M I R R O R JAMES CLARK CARROLL " Jim " . . . Westfield, New Jersey . . . Ford- ham, St. Peter ' s (B.S.) . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 3) . . . West Virginia ' s adopted son .... soon to be " Foxxed " . . . culture addict . . . adept faculty impersona- tor .. . " Showed Neish all he knows about the treasurer ' s job. " Pi:ge Eighteen CL 4ft ' ASHUR GEORGE CHAVOOR " Ash " . . . Worcester, Massachusetts . . . Clark (Lamba Chi Alpha, A.B.), Holy Cross . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Applebaum ' s adopted brother . . . uninitiated f rater of A. O. . . . conqueror of the ulcer and appendix . . . extracurriculator . . . " I ' take chicken, white, on toast without mavon ROBERT J. COLEMAN " Bob " . . . Downey, California . . . Compton Junior College, Whitman, Southern Califor- nia (Alpha Sigma Chi) . . . Navy . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Interfraternity Council (Treas- urer 3 ) . . . Class Secretary 3 . . . dexterous . . . used-car purveyor . . . state board special- ist .. . " I haven ' t hardly studied for the test. " ... go east, young man . . . gynodont- ist. LEONARD OTIS COPEN " Wheels " . . . Boston, Massachusetts . . . North Carolina (Lambda Pi Phi, Phi Alpha), C. C. N. Y., Stanford . . . Army . . . Alpha Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Gaver Seminar . . . co-medicated . . . ephemeral enthusiast . . . " Sir Otis and the Blue Streak Special " . . . precipitates at 40 degrees F. . . . Mazzotta ' s mauler, Pessagno ' s pet, and Randolph ' s rea- sons . . . good natured . . . means well . . . " Have -you seen it? " 1 9 4 8 Page Nineteen mm FERNANDO E. DAVILA-LOPEZ Davila . . . Rio Pedras, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico (B.S., Phi Sigma Alpha) . . . Psi Omega . . . Gaver Seminar . . . seeker of the truth . . . future governor of Puerto Rico . . . " Doctor-r-r-r, I have a question! " . . . classic mandible. M I R R O R WALTER H. DAVIS " Rock " . . . Asheville, North Carolina . . . The Citadel . . . Navy ... Psi Omega (Treas- urer 4) . . . Class Historian 2 . . . biceps Brontosaurus . . . Citadel ' s redeeming feature . . . imperturbable . . . laconic . . . " My father ' s a graduate " . . . Y. M. C. A. athlete . . . " Whatd d ' l saay! " CHARLES W. DEVIER, JR. " Charlie " . . . Harrisonburg, Virginia . . . Virginia, Kansas City- Western Dental School . . . Navy . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . " Why did I ever leave Kansas! " . . . amicable . . . suave . . . romeo . . . Chick ' s choice. Page Twenty Cl ss WILLIAM PERCY DODSON " Bill " . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . Randolph Macon, Richmond (Phi Delta Theta Navy . . . Psi Omega (Junior Grand Master 3, Grand Master 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Inter- fraternity Council 3, 4 . . . " Indeed! " . . . Psi O ' s precisionist . . . painstakingly delib- erate . . . unostentatiously pompous . . . essence of propriety. JEROME DOHERTY " Jerry " . . . Harrison, New Jersey ... St. Peter ' s . . . Psi Omega . . . adonis . . . sophisticated though affable . . . specializes in pulchritudinous patients . . . Jesuitical . . . sincere . . . " the tie makes the man. " DICK DYKES " Dick " . . . Taft, California . . . Southern California (football) . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Class Sergeant-at-Arms 3 . . . married (child 2 ) . . . magazine cover he-man . . . re- served . . . West Coast enthusiast . . . Zip honor man . . . altitudinous . . . " Have you seen Nord? " 1 9 4 8 Page Twenty-One ROSALIE THERESA " T. R. " . . . Beckley, West Virginia . . . West Virginia (A.B.) , Tulane, Loyola Dental School . . . late entry from the South . . . brought new gas to Lombard and Greene . . . gets a kick out of " the way you ' all tawk way up yonder " . . . married . . . paving the way for Francis . . . " It casted — didn ' t it? " M I R R O R A mm EDWARDS PAUL V. FAZZALARI " Fazz " . . . Oakland, Maryland . . . Mary- land, Northeastern . . . Army . . . cryptic . . . intrepid . . . dauntless . . . " and so I told him off proper " . . . speaker of homey aphorisms. JOHN PATRICK FENTON " Jack " . . . Jersey City, New Jersey ... St. Peter ' s (B.S.) . . . Navy . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Interfraternity Council 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . benedict . . . drinks Dr. Welch ' s grape juice for that ever-increasing girth . . . Dick Neish ' s rough drafter . . . races Quin- tero for the mike . . . slightly hyperemic. Page Twenty-Two ( M88 WILLIAM THEODORE FRIDINGER " Bill " . . . Cumberland, Maryland . . . Gettysburg (A.B., Phi Sigma Kappa, Beta Beta Beta) . . . Army . . . Gorgas . . . mar- ried . . . prolific progenitor . . . fast operator . . . conductor of the Walbrook morning express . . . officiously efficient . . . insurance salesman . . . copiously endowed. BERNARD FRIEDMAN " Bernie " . . . Baltimore . . . Western Mary- land, Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mozart ' s devotee . . . widely read in literature . . . introspective . . . sincere . . . capable . . . possessor of many minute facts and fig- ures . . . " Copen, you ' re crazy! " . . . little man with lots of energy. STERLING RAY GEORGE " S. R. " . . . South Charlestown, West Vir- ginia . . . Marshall, Hampden-Sydney . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega (Junior Grand Master 4) . . . ball and chainist ... Psi Omega ' s softball backstop . . . fraternity booster . . . paleface . . . mountaineer deer hunter . . . " Gotta Lucky? " 1 9 4 8 Page Twenty-Three WILLIAM A. GEORGE, JR. " Bill " . . . Matawan, New Jersey . . . Mary- land, Nebraska, Washington U . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi (Secretary 3) . . . Class Treas- urer 1 . . . connoisseur of wines . . . belated finisher . . . married . . . prosthodontist . . . Fuller Brush man. M I R R O R mm HOMER JAY GERKEN " Homer " . . . Ocean City, New Jersey . . . Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Peck ' s good boy . . . married . . . Ann ' s vest-pocket oddysseus . . . oratori- cal propensities restricted to phoning the wife . . . serious . . . industrious. DAVID I. GOLD " Dave " . . . Baltimore . . . Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gaver Seminar . . . " Gold " of the Gold Dust twins . . . " Hey Hotz! " . . . Eskow, Jr. . . . the man with the horn rims . . . excitable . . . always rushing . . . contest hound . . . president of Dr. Maz- zotta ' s " taste-the-pulp club. " Page Twenty-Four (J a$$ HAROLD LEON GOLDBERG " Hotsy " . . . Baltimore . . . Maryland (Tau Epsilon Phi) . . . Alpha Omega . . . possessor of cynical asperities . . . " Dust " of Gold Dust combine . . . " Hotsy, Hotsy, you must work faster, or you ' ll catch your fingers in the plaster! " . . . oddsmaker . . . " aahh — the game was tossed! " BERNARD GORDON " Bernie " . . . Phoenicia, New York . . . Maryland . . . Army . . . Alpha Omega . . . transplanted Baltimorean . . . married . . . Lettie ' s lefthanded leftist . . . KVR protege . . . holds year ' s lease on unit No. 1 . . . raqueteer . . . chronic recaster of the partia JAMES B. GRIFFIN " Griff " . . . Waterbury, Connecticut . . . Fordham, Cornell . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega (Outside Guardian 4) . . . Gaver Seminar (President 4) . . . molar-to-molar grin . . . gentlemen Jim . . . subtle humor . . . Gold Dust baiter . . . true-blue. 1 4 9 8 Page Twenty-Five vnm RICHARD A. GRZECZKOWSKI " Count " . . . Camden, New Jersey . . . Temple, C. C. N. Y., Illinois, Stanford, Washington and Lee . . . Army . . . Psi Ome- ga .. . Gorgas . . . married (papa 4) . . . smoothie . . . Camden commuter . . . Con- nie ' s kid . . . easy-going . . . good word for everybody . . . old-time member of Eutaw Place gang . . . " Gotta weed? " t0 " M I R R O MEDIE BENJAMIN GUERRIERI " Harry " . . . Morgantown, West Virginia . . . West Virginia, Wisconsin . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . B. J. ' s favorite patient . . . Morgantown mountaineer . . . football fan . . . unassuming . . . castor . . . caster . . . married. PAUL LEHMANN HEININGER " Paul " . . . Burlington, Vermont . . . Ver- mont (Phi Delta Theta), Maryland . . . Xi Psi Phi ... Glee Club 4 . . . Journal 4 . . . Burlington ' s blatantly Hunt beaver . . . ineffably uxorious . . . piscator . . . wearer of the Yukon cap . . . second generation B. C. D. S. . . . " Well, up in Vermont. " Tage Twenty-Six (Jw$ ROBERT G. HILL " Bob " . . . Boston, Massachusetts . . . Boston U. (Sigma Alpha Epsilon), Pennsylvania . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi (Guard 4) . . . capricious . . . capable . . . captious . . . con- genial . . . corpulent (till recently) . . . Philadelphia excursionist ... " I can ' t get a thing done " . . . bruxomaniac . . . " Doctor, how can I get that as good as you do? " ERNEST HENRY HINRICHS, JR. " Ernie " . . . Baltimore . . . Johns Hopkins (Delta Phi) . . . Psi Omega . . . Army . . . back from the wars . . . bumps head on clinic lights after each patient . . . loves to laugh (?) ... future stand-in for Disney ' s duck . . . earnest . . . efficient . . . artistic . . . doodler . . . Destiny ' s tot . . . exuberance personified . . . Strahan ' s competition. FERNANDO LUIS ITURRINO TOSSAS " Itsy " . . . Cayey, Puerto Rico . . . Poly- technic Institute . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . sartorial- ist . . . " When are you going to feex me up? " . . . gentle . . . helium exponent . . . " How much did you beat Psi O? " 1 4 9 8 Page Twenty-Seven A VMM EDWARD R. JOHNSTON " Ed " . . . Providence, Rhode Island . . . Providence College (Sigma Nu), Northeast- ern, New Hampshire, Washington and Lee . . . Army . . . X i Psi Phi (House Manager 2, Master of Ceremonies 4) . . . Rhode Island ' s provident . . . gourmand . . . incessant gas disseminator . . . possesses the natural ebulli- ence of youth . . . rubicund . . . summertime adiposer. M I R R O R JOSEPH PATRICK KENNEALLY " Joe " . . . Biddeford, Maine ... St. Anselms . . . Xi Psi Phi (Sentinel 3, President 4) . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Interfraternity Council 3, 4 . . . Mirror 4 . . . Class President 3 . . . De Valera ' s emissary . . . Psi O ' s loss . . . languidly loquacious . . . never walks alone since that " fatal night " . . . " fellas " . . . whistles " Margie " . . . friar. NEIL NATHAN KERICO " Neil " . . . Plainfield, New Jersey . . . Ala- bama, Illinois, West Virginia . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . alpoecious . . . reliable . . . level headed . . . avid Arid applicator . . . Death and Dentistry his Bible . . . ex- mercantilist . . . Kenneally ' s relief at the " Sem. " Page Twenty-Bight Class STEVE MICHAEL KUKUCKA " Kooch " . . . Revloc, Pennsylvania ... St. Francis (football, Beta Kappa Phi), Pennsyl- vania . . . Army . . . Gorgas (Sergeant-at- Arms 4) . . . reticent . . . golden glover . . . John L. Lewis ' defender . . . married . . . authority on the problems of courtship and marriage . . . possessor of mind and muscle . . . " Sam " . . . ex-coal miner ... " I wouldn ' t go so far as to say that. " JOHN JOSEPH LEE " J. J. " . . . Pendleton, Oregon . . . Gonzaga (tennis) . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . peregrinator . . . special envoy to John Hopkins nurses ' home . . . cheerful person- ality . . . rodeo enthusiast . . . sardonic . . . threatens to sue Pavel ' s better half for aliena- tion of affections. ROBERT E. LEE " Bob " . . . Framingham, Massachusetts . . . Boston College, Northeastern, New Hamp- shire, Pennsylvania . . . Army . . . Phi Omega (Senator 2) . . . Class Secretary 1 . . . Framingham foil furbisher . . . bean eater . . . nurses ' home victim . . . " Archie " . . . Bechelli ' s boy . . . " B. C. lost again. " 1 9 4 8 Vage Twenty-Nine DAVID LEWIS " Dave " . . . Baltimore . . . Washington and Lee (Phi Epsilon Pi, wrestling) . . . Alpha Omega (Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4) . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Interfraternity Council (Secretary 4) . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Mirror 3, 4 . . . Class Vice-President 2 . . . Dr. NuttalFs delineator . . . graphic sur- realist . . . " arteest " . . . Loflin ' s stooge, Kooch ' s spar mate . . . " Let Garge do it. " M I R R O R mm PAUL H. LOFLIN " Paul " . . . Mabscott, West Virginia . . . Mar- shall (Phi Tau Alpha) . . . Psi Omega (Chap- lain 3, Chief Inquisitor 4) . . . Mirror 4 . . . inveterate pollyanna . . . " I ' m from West (by God) Virginia. " . . . follows path of least resistance . . . Lewis ' No. 1 fan . . . " Gi-i-o-osh! Is it on my breath? " EDWARD B. McGRATH " Mac " . . . Windsor Locks, Connecticut . . . Holy Cross (B.S.) ... Psi Omega . . . married . . . smiling Ed ... " I wonder if thirty inlays are enough this month? " . . . duck pin administrator . . . excellent techni- cian . . . passed more men in dental anatomy than did Dr. Miller . . . " Only had 4 appoint- ments all week! " Ptige Thirty Class " JOSE ENRIQUE MEDINA " Joe " . . . Santurce, Puerto Rico . . . Johns Hopkins (Kappa Alpha) . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gaver Seminar . . . assiduous . . . ambidextrous . . . idealist . . . " Doctor, may I recast this inlay? " . . . Berlitz professor . . . faculty furbisher . . . polisher des pommes . . . will forsake " the island " for Baltimore and Betty. CHARLES HENRY MEINHOLD " Charley " . . . Brockport, New York . . . The Citadel . . . Army . . . Angle disciple . . . devotee of the fine arts . . . Citadel ' s cymbal clanger . . . diagnosis: arterio- sclerosis from dental radiograms . . . diver- sified interests . . . two-chair Charlie . . . " Well, it ' s near Rochester. " LUIS JESUS MELENDEZ " Milly " . . . Ponce, Puerto Rico . . . Poly- technic Institute (A.B., track, baseball) . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . diminutive . . . unim- pressible . . . Puerto Rican emissary of good- will . . . proud owner of hypoplastic Hut- chinsonians . . . " What ' s dot you say? " . . . El Toro. 1 9 4 8 Page Thirty-One A WM GEORGE McKAY MILLERT " George " . . . Syracuse, New York . . . Syra- cuse (A.B.) . . . Army . . . Gorgas . . . unattached . . . astute . . . aesthetic . . . keenly discerning . . . unassuming mien . . . peerless protagonist of poetry . . . " the paths of glory lead but to the grave. " M I R R O CHRIS ANGELO MOLLIS " Chris " . . . Yorkville, Ohio . . . Loyola (Ph.B.) . . . Navy . . . highly inflatable . . . hirsute upper lip . . . not so hirsute pate . . . prolific note taker . . . Dr. Nuttall ' s " jolly boy " . . . " I ' ve really learned a lot from you today, Doctor! " . . . married . . . daddy . . . Lord Baltimore room servicer . . . diminutive dynamo. ANTHONY F. MONACO " Tony " . . . Hoboken, New Jersey ... St. Peter ' s (B.S.), Columbia . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . Mirror 4 . . . Class Historian 3, 4 . . . progenitor of the N 2 . . . eloquent . . . connoisseur of the finer arts . . . loqua- cious . . . shades of Plato . . . can talk his way out a shy margin . . . " I ' ve come a long way. " Page Thirty-Two eh ass RICHARD WALTER NEISH " Dick " . . . Ithaca, New York . . . Perm Mili- tary (football), Maryland (Theta Chi) . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 4) . . . top man with a brassie . . . speed man with a handpiece . . . averages ten patients a day . . . expert at pool, both with a cue and on a card . . . " Sure, I ' ve done that before " . . . B.C.D.S. ancestry. I ■■ Mr SIMON R. NORD, JR. " Bob " . . . Los Angeles, California . . . Cali fornia . . . Army . . . married . . . papa (2, 3 . . . " Ichabod " . . . cabbie . . . " Who took my knife! " . . . dabbler in deals . . . " Any- body got a nail file? " . . . imperturbable . . . class question man . . . big Cyd. JAMES C. . . Tampa, PAGE, JR. " Jim " . . . Tampa, Florida . . . Florida, Texas A M, Illinois, Pennsylvania . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Glee Club 3,4... Student Council 2 . . . Mirror 3,4... Class President 4 . . . photographic predilection . . . articulate ... impressive . . . professional demeanor . . . nuptial neo- phyte . . . " Jacen " . . . Florida fashions. 1 9 4 8 Page Thirty-Three } enm FRANK E. PAVEL " Pav " . . . Lewiston, Idaho . . . Gonzaga (basketball, baseball) . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . favorite song: " Marilyn, My Marilyn " . . . pre-nuptial smoothie . . . " gunner " . . . writes notes on the morning Sitm . . . ski-nose . . . affirmator . . . " yeah- yeah-yeah. " ENEAS QUINTERO " Quint " . . . Panama City, Panama . . . Maryland . . . Xi Psi Phi (Sentinel 3) . . . naive . . . candid . . . authority on Black ' s operative text . . . married . . . recently dis- tributed cigars . . . D.C. commuter . . . energetic . . . occasionally hirsute. M I R R O R EDWIN R. RAPP " Ed " . . . Takoma Park, Maryland . . . Maryland . . . Psi Omega (Guardian 3) . . . rash man with a scalpel . . . " Say, Mac, what ' s the nugget on this? " . . . Quintero ' s amigo ... a ready ear for a stray joke . . . laughing boy . . . flashy ties and cowboy hat . . . " the head. " Page Thirty-Four eia ass LEO VINCENT READY " Leo " . . . Saugus, Massachusetts . . . Boston College, Northeastern, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Interfraternity Council (President 4) . . . Class Vice-President 3 . . . " the jaw " . . . softball sultan of swat . . . gas man . . . good natured . . . Kenneally ' s consultant . . . senior lab harmonizer. MYRON STUART REICHEL " Mac " . . . Annapolis, Maryland . . . Mary- land . . . Navy . . . Alpha Omega (Historian 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror 3, 4 . . . Dr. Aisenberg ' s project (or) . . . petulant . . . impetuosities tempered by a state of con- nubial felicity . . . enchanting better half . . . " and ' Bern ' can cook too " . . . takes notes, does crossword puzzle, shuffles slides, and tickles Scribner all at once . . . follows father ' s footsteps. JAMES H. SCRIBNER " Scrib " . . . Framingham, Massachusetts . . . Northeastern, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Mirror 4 . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Page ' s shadow . . . " Gee, you ' re not kidding me, are you now? " . . . nocturnal dean of B.C.D.S. . . . ..eventual exodontist . . . can take eight lectures on a pinhead . . . the lone corpuscle. 1 9 4 8 Page Thirty-Five WM9 HAROLD RUSSELL STANLEY, JR. " Stan " . . . Salem, Massachusetts . . . North- eastern . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (Chief Interrogator 3) . . . Gaver Seminar (His- torian 4) . . . Glee Club 3 . . . married . . . Millie ' s model man . . . docile . . . exponent of the foil . . . Ready ' s watchdog . . . future Baltimorean . . . frequenter of the senior lab . . . Jose Iturbi of B. C. D. S. . . . " Hey, move that bench back! " . . . believer in osteopathy. M I R R O R JOHN ALFORD STEPHENS " Steve " . . . Lumberton, North Carolina . . . Wake Forest (B.S., Eta Sigma Phi) ... Psi Omega (Secretary 4) . . . Class Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4 . . . Lee ' s lieutenant . . . logistician . . . typifies the Southern gentle- man . . . Wake Forest ' s illustrious arboriza- tion . . . gracious . . . " Massa John " . . . class youngster. WILLIAM THEODORE STRAHAN " Bill " . . . Catonsville, Maryland . . . Dickin- son, Franklin and Marshall (Kappa Sigma) . . . Navy ... Psi Omega (Inside Guardian 4) . . . Glee Club 3,4... Mirror 4 . . . Class Sergeant-at-Arms 2,4... likeably maniacal . . . " Shut up, you guys! " . . . crossword puz- zler . . . Strollo ' s nemesis . . . wedding bells are now tinkling . . . orthodontist by choice . . . pedodontist by suggestion . . . nautical. Page Thirty-Six Class PATRICK JOSEPH STROLLO " Pat " . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . Seton Hall, C. C. N. Y., Illinois, Pennsylvania . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (House Manager 4) . . . Gaver Seminar (Sergeant-at-Arms 4) . . . Newark nonpareil . . . clinic comptome- ter . . . " I ' ve only got 150 restorations " . . . keeper of the door . . . exophthalmic . . . sartorially resplendent . . . gassed . . . " I ' ll get the chalk, doctor. " JOHN CHARLES THOMPSON " Johnny " . . . Clarksburg, West Virginia . . . West Virginia (Phi Kappa Sigma) . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (Chaplain 3 ) . . . Gaver Seminar (Vice-President 4) . . . Strollo ' s left hand . . . representative of West Virginia State Board of Examiners . . . Dr. Beaven ' s buddy . . . " before " of the Charles Atlas ad . . . congenial . . . good mixer. ALBERT STEPHEN VIKELL " Vike " . . . Baltimore . . . Johns Hopkins (track), Maryland (Alpha Tau Omega) . . . speed merchant . . . " Gheeee! " . . . charter member of the gas company . . . one-time nemesis of the roll-callers . . . comet on wheels . . . self-appointed protector of the weaker sex . . . " Say, Ben, got any old exams? " 1 9 4 8 Page Tbirty-Sei mm THOMAS RUSSELL WALTER " Tom " . . . Elkton, Maryland . . . Maryland (Phi Delta Theta) . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Secretary 4) . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Class Secretary 4 . . . amiable country bumpkin . . . Metropolitan Opera ' s loss, Dentistry ' s gain . . . " Adaptation is the first sign of intelligence " . . . apple-cheeked . . . the cremator of Sam McGee. M I R R O R E. BEN WARD " Bin " . . . Rowland, North Carolina . . . North Carolina (Beta Phi Gamma) . . . Psi Omega . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . journal 3, 4 . . . Carolina comet . . . vacillates between Palmetto and Tarheel . . . authority on aboriginal dentistry . . . instru- ment collector . . . keeps senior lab in an up- roar . . . " Wha! Wha! " . . . author of " Who ' s Who at the Nurses ' Home. " PHILIP A. WEBER, JR. " Les " . . . Huntington, West Virginia . . . Marshall (B.S., Phi Tau Alpha) . . . Army . . . transition from clinic capers to Bulge bullets . . . married . . . number 1 graduate of Christmas graduating class . . . gasses himself into zooming progress . . . " You don ' t believe that ' no point ' stuff, do you? " . . . painstakingly precise . . . recommends the Weber Raydex Machine. Page Thirty-Eight Class BEN A. WILLIAMOWSKY " Ben " . . . Washington, D. C. . . . George Washington, Maryland (football, Alpha Psi Omega) . . . Alpha Omega (Secretary 3, President 4) . . . Gorgas (Vice-President 4) . . . Interfraternity Council 3,4... Student Council 3, 4 . . . Mirror (3, Editor 4 Class Vice-President 1 . . . graciously garrul- ous . . . married . . . " Minna " happy returns . . . teller of tales . . . everybody ' s buddy . . . great organizer . . . wake that boy up, Zim- merman! . . . " Now, that reminds me of a good one! " STERLING EDWIN ZIMMERMAN " Big Zim " . . . Glen Burnie, Maryland . . . Western Maryland (A.B., Delta Sigma Al- pha), Pennsylvania, C. C. N. Y. . . . Army . . . Gorgas . . . Gaver Seminar . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . daddy of the class . . . often mistaken for " Little Zim ' s " father . . . Glen Burnie ' s gift . . . married . . . two children . . . always rushing but never in a hurry . . . " I ' m no beaver; I just had some spare time, " . . . sweet potato peddler . . . factotum. EUGENE ROBERT C. ZIMMERMANN " Little Zim " . . . New York, New York . . . Fordham, Wisconsin . . . Army ... Psi Omega (Senator 4) . . . Gorgas (Historian 4) . . . Glee Club 4 . . . MrRROR 4 . . . the " Ford- ham Flash " . . . inquisitive, scientific mind . . . considering final plunge (has plunged — Ed.) . . . unobstrusive beaver . . . quotes texts or notes verbatim . . . " No, it ' s .00023- 6 millimeters! " 1 9 4 8 Page Tbirty-Nitie THE SENIORS THE SENIORS THE JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS President John Parent Vice-President Mitchell Burgin ■Secretary William Muhlbauer Treasurer Charles Milne Historian George O ' Roark Serseant-at-Arms Norton Bloch JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY The Juniors increased in number from nineteen as of June to twenty- two as of September. With the wearing of clinic coats the development of our professionalism was well under way. Yes, and Muhlbauer now combs his hair once a week. Now, with the lounge filled with wandering, dazed freshman asking, " What does Dr. McCrea ask about Embryology? " or beaten-down Sophomores whispering, " What kind of a quiz does Dr. Shay give? " we can just smile and say, " It ' s a cinch — read the fine print. " But at the same time our fingers are crossed as we wonder what Dr. Anderson will give. It is noticeable that our enthusiasm has not been diminished by any misadventure that has befallen any member and that we hold vigorously to all aims and ideals that dentistry offers us. In " firsts, " for which our class is noted, we have found the perfect excuse for missing an exam. Just be a female — arrange for a wedding in December — and five minutes prior to a quiz say, " I resign! " However we wish her all the good fortune possible in her new adventure. Clinic: The mourners ' bench — three days on it and no patient yet. Who said that you could place a dam in five minutes? Prophys: Where the — did that piece of calculus come from? Where ' s that tooth? I can see it in the mirror and can ' t find it with the explorer. I wonder if the Page Forty-Two patient knows the difference between scraping and scaling. " Doctor, what is this? " " I was just removing some decay and look — something red is there. " Milne develops a new technic for removing cotton rolls. " Charlie, next time try a larger bur; it will grip harder. It also works on rubber dams. " " Dr. Randolph — will you please check this preparation? " Dr. Randolph: " You are doing fine — extend this a little further — better gain more resistance and retention — this wall should be straight and continuous — you forgot the line angle — who said a cavo-surface bevel for silicates? — yes, more debris in there — sure you are coming along fine — carry on. " Assignments: Two surgery rooms per Junior and Dr. Toomey says, " When you have time you may look at the skull there in the case. " Dr. Biddix: " There ' ll be no technic work while on assignment. " X-ray: " Junior, here are three more full series after those are finished. " " Now you curl up the lower mesial corner and then twist as if you are going to scoop up the tongue. " Back of all this is the hope that we can justify our presence in the field of dentistry. Our aims and goals are aided and abetted by the enthusiasm, the ideals, and the helping hands offered us in the spirit of the ideology and heritage of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. First row: J. Parent, R. Simmons, C. Santiago, C. Milne, C. Lynn, R. Schwartz, E. Kostas, G. O ' Roark, H. Bricken, P. Doctor. Second row: T. Leizman, N. Bloch, M. Burgin, A. Picozzi, G. Spiegel, S. Herman, W. Muhlbauer, J. Callahan, A. Rekant, V. Diefenbach. Page Forty-Three THE JUNIORS THE JUNIORS THE SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS President Joseph Sheppe Vice-President Vernon Hart Secretary Jorge Rodriguez Treasurer Charles Schwatka Historian Joseph Rohr Sergeant-at-Arms . . Michael Ventura SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY The Class of 1950 came back this year 90 strong. Our aim was high with a resolution to overcome any pitfalls or roadblocks that lay in our way. We were no longer the " gased " freshman of last year, we were now upperclassmen, men of experience, old timers. But with Dr. Shay ' s first Bacteriology exam, reality was restored and once again we settled down to the job at hand. In October a rather stormy class election was held with promises of an even hotter campaign in ' 48. This year ' s crop of beavers is larger than that of last year. It is a frequent sight to see an eager soph running around during the lunch hour borrowing an instrument or two in order to plug a gold foil in his endoform. Prosthetics, plus Crown and Bridge, fills up many a noon hour for all when deadlines have to be met. This year in almost every course the class is able to see the close relationship to actual dentistry. Page Forty-Six First row: J. Kernan, D. Troup, H. Shapiro, C. Sarratt, A. Gale, J. Rohr, M. Nordeck, R. Muma, L. Noel, A. Nosal, R. Narutowicz, R. Jones. Second row: M. Ventura, D. Scotti, R. Whitney, H. Teyker, G. Orraca, M. Rosso, C. Noya, S. Ratner, J. Sheppe, M. Sagawa. Thin! row: R. Lowman, C. Wheeler, H. Whitford, J. Whisnant, S. Silverman, J. Rodriguez, R. Torres, L. Williams, R. Rymcr, R. Roque, W. Strang, G. Paul, .P. Wainwright. ! fourth row: R. Jernick, J. Torres, P. Mitchell, F. Edwards, D. McElroy, J. Young, C. Horan, B. Wells, R. Kirvin, P. McCoy, R. Hess. MMBRMHi first row: J. Fisher, D. Bloom, S. Eakes, C. Courtney, L. Claggett, L. Cook, J. Carroccia, E. Epstein. Second row: D. Gabricle, J. McCauley, W. Cunningham, F. Matthews, H. Schwing, J. Savage, K. Kline, L. Lortz, A. Hannah, C. Hahn. Third row: G. Mannix, R. Durocher, J. Mayer, W. Langficld, R. Lynch, C. Rader, V. Hart, H. Davenport, C. Schwatka. fourth row: M. Bulmash, M. Fossas, A. Nassir, A. Phifcr, C. Martin, G. Hyre, N. Yoho, A. Bushey, C. Stinc. THE SOPHOMORES THE FRESHMEN President Thomas Barry Vice-President Chauncey Alcott Secretary Elizabeth Schneider Treasurer Ernest Crowley Historian Ben Crosby Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Torre FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY The freshman class entered the dental school in September with 110 members, representing nearly one half of all the states, as well as Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the British West Indies. The majority of the class comes from those states along the Atlantic seaboard ranging from Maine to Florida; the Western states are represented, also. Most of the class, the second of the post-war classes, had seen service in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. In order to afford evaluation of our skill and knowledge at the beginning of our training, the class served as the second test group of the Page Fori) -Nine B. C. D. S. by participating in a se ries of aptitude tests created by the A. D. A. Our introduction to the B. C. D. S. during registration period set the pace for the days ahead, for we soon found ourselves in laboratory or library during lunch periods. Nevertheless, we appreciated a full schedule because we realized the necessity for compensations for the years that we had been delayed in securing the training for our chosen profession. Such an attitude is not surprising; for the average of the class is over 2 5. A large percentage of us have entered the state of matrimony, and not a few of us have become parents. In addition to a sincere desire to become members of the profession, these domestic responsibilities tempered any tendency to- ward carelessness and emphasized the importance of absorbing the knowl- edge and acquiring the skills we hope to use in the future. First row. E. Blondet, S. Mallow, W. Nufer, D. Roberts, J. Clower, F. Pinto, J. Southerland, D. Titus, E. Ortiz, S. Padilla. Second row. J. Mauro, Y, Inouye, G. Fontanella, J. Guido, G. Azzaro, C. Reed, B. Benita, P. Moran, H. Stewart, W. Shealy. Third row: J. Zequeira, E. Zagula, T. Darden, C. Patterson, P. Edwards, R. Carr, J. Gorman, J. Hawley, H. Elledge, L. Toffic. Fourth row. C. Dickens, C. Montgomery, J. Robinson, J. Robertson, R, Reed, J. Davis, J. Funderburk, E. Crowley, J. Komros, K. Volk, R. D ' Amico, V. Damiani, Page Fifty First row: S. Berenson, E. Roy, N. Grabner, J. Dearman, E. Schneider, G. Eskow, J. Fidler, T. Wolf, F. Parodi, G. Weir. Second row: J. Mahon, W. Merow, R. McCue, F. Lester, S. Moffett, B. Crosby, P. Torre, W. Ridinger, J. Peeler. Third role: G. Poling, C. Lesesne, H. Teter, J. Morganstein, G. Cullen, H. Rosen, W. Brown, W. Wilson, J. Tether, G. Landgren, J. Knapp. First row: S. Poleway, B. Stump, L. Tiroletto, S. Brown, C. Brigada, E. Armstrong, J. Clemson, D. Cowe, D. Conoscenti, P. Corbitt. Second row: F. Stegman, D. Hobbs, N. Spritz, R. Swan, J. Daub, T. Buchanan, D. Cimini, S. Pleet, H. McCauley, W. Carr, T. Barry, K. Stewart. Third row: F. McDougal, C. Chlad, T. Clement, M. Bartlett, L. Hernandez, R. Hojnaski, H. Hicks, C. Alcott, L. Legband, B. Leavitt, M. Hymes, C. O ' Farrcll, A. Underwood. Page Fifty-One THE FRESHMEN THE MIRROR BEN A. WILLIAMOWSKY Editor-in-Chief BOARD OF EDITORS Ben A. Williamowsky Editor-in-Chief Clem Hahn Business Manager Anthony Monaco Senior Editor James Page Photography Editor David Lewis Art Editor Eugene Zimmermann .Feature Editor Joseph Kenneally Fraternity Editor THE STAFF Page Fifty-Four OF 1948 ASSSISTING STAFF Mitchell Burgin Paul Loflin John Clemson Myron Reichel E. Henry Hinrichs James Scribner William Strahan FACULTY ADVISORS Gardner P. H. Foley Edward C. Dobbs Harry B. McCarthy CLEM HAHN Business Manager Page Fifty-File THE JOURNAL GARDNER P. H. FOLEY Editor STAFF Editor Gardner P. H. Foley Advisory Board J. Ben Robinson George M. Anderson Marion W. McCrea STUDENT STAFF Mitchell Burgin, ' 49 Chairman Clem Hahn, ' 5 E. Ben Ward, ' 48 Ben Crosby, ' 5 1 Paul Heininger, ' 48 Marion W. McCrea Business Manager Pcige Fifty-Six STUDENT ACTIVITIES COUNCIL FACULTY MEMBERS Burt B. Ide, D.D.S Chairman Harry B. McCarthy, D.D.S Secretary-Treasurer Edward C. Dobbs, D.D.S Assistant Secretary Grayson W. Gaver, D.D.S. Myron S. Aisenberg, D.D.S. Brice M. Dorsey, D.D.S. STUDENT MEMBERS Ben A. Williamowsky Senior Representative, Chairman Albert Picozzi Junior Representative Charles Rader Sophomore Representative Louis Tiroletto Freshman Representative The Student Activities Council was organized in 1936 in fulfillment of a desire manifested by the students for an organization that would closely associate the School ' s extra-curricular activities. As a result of suggestions made to the Council by the classes through their representa- tives, the Council has, in its several years of existence, brought about many worthwhile improvements in the general conduct of student affairs at the School. Each year the Council co-sponsors the social functions of the various classes; it also plays an active part in the support of the School ' s publications. The Council has been most successful in bringing about a closer student-faculty relationship. Page Fifty-Seven GORGAS ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS President William Allen Vice-President . .Ben Williamowsky Secretary Thomas Walter Treasurer Medie Guerrieri Historian Eugene Zimmermann Sergeant-at-Arms, S. Michael Kukucka Faculty Advisor, Dr. William E. Hahn The Gorgas Odontological Society was founded in 1916 on principles of scholastic ability, character, and professional bearing. The organiza- tion was founded in honor of Dr. Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas, an illustrious alumnus of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. First row: T. Walter, M. Guerrieri, M. Reichel, R. Grzeczkowski, W. Allen, B. Williamowsky, R. Biddington, J. Page, E. Zimmermann, A. Chavoor. Second row. S. Zimmerman, S. Kukucka, H. Gerken, G. Millert, J. Medina, W. Fridinger, M. Burgin, J. Parent, N. Allen, N. Bloch, V. Diefenbach. Page Fifty-Eight THE OREN H. GAVER SEMINAR OFFICERS President James Griffin Vice-President John Thompson Secretary Ben Ward Treasurer Leonard Copen Historian Harold Stanley Serge ant -at -Arms . . . .Patrick Strollo The organization was founded in 1942 as a memorial to one of the college ' s most esteemed teachers. The seminar group established for itself four main purposes: ( 1 ) to encourage and stimulate thought and activities along lines of research related to dentistry; (2) to acquaint its members with the latest developments in dental science; (3) to render its members more adept in the presentation of scientific papers; (4) to promote a more rational insight into problems which confront us, as future members of the dental profession. First row: H. Stanley, P. Strollo, J. Kenneally, S. Zimmerman, J. Grirfin, A. Bobenko, D. Lewis, D. Gold, L. Copen, P. Hernandez. Second roiu: B. Ward, W. Allen, J. Medina, J. Scribner, A. Picozzi, L. B eady, E. Rapp, J. Thompson, H. Goldberg, J. Parent, V. Diefenbach. Page Fifty-Nine INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS President Leo Ready Vice-President Robert Coleman Secretary-Treasurer David Lewis The council is composed of members from each of the three frater- nities, whose responsibility is to serve the best interests of both the school and each member fraternity. Since its founding in 1945 it has been an important factor in promoting the goodwill and fraternalism present in all student relations. Page Sixty Left to right: T. Leizman, R. Coleman, B. Williamowsky, L. Ready, W. Dodson, J. Fenton, D. Lewis, E. Koscas. THE GLEE CLUB First row: B. Ward, P. Heininger, E. Zimmermann, V. Diefenbach, L. Melendez, T. Walter. Second row. D. Lewis, J. Page, E. Armstrong, H. Stanley, H. Gerken, D r. J. Cappuccio. Third row: J. Scribner, C. Alcott, J. Fenton, D. Hobbs, D. Titus, S. Zimmerman The organization of the Glee Club evolved in the fall of 1946 from a move suggested by Dr. H. B. McCarthy to give better opportunities to those students who had indicated a predilection for singing by their persist- ent attempts at vocalizing during the various School social functions. The Student Activities Council undertook to sponsor the organization of a Glee Club, and the membership was opened to the entire student body. In the initial year of its existence, the club, under the able leadership of Miss Martha Adamson, made great progress, and the various concerts held at the School and at local churches were enthusiastically received. This year the directorship of the club was undertaken by Viron Diefenbach, an accomplished musician and a member of the Sophomore Class. The interest in the Glee Club has continued, and at present over twenty-five students make up its active membership. Page Sixty-One Page Sixty-Two i Psi ETA CHAPTER Founded at the University of Michigan in 1889 Flower: American Beauty Rose Tk ' fWk f Jv Colors: Lavender and Cream Journal: Xi Psi Phi Quarterly OFFICERS President Joseph Kenneally Vice-President . . Randolph Bloxom Secretary William George Treasurer ... Richard Neish Pledge Master Edward Johnston Sentinel Eneas Quintero Sixty-Four First row: R. Hill, C. Wheeler, C. Halm, R. Kirvin, R. Jones. Second row: C. DeVier, R. Coleman, R. Cabanas, F. Iturrino, J. Carroll, E. Quintero, J. Kenneally, W. Bloxom, R. Durocher, A. Bobenko, P. Heiriinger. Third row. A. Picozzi, D. McElroy, G. Mannix, R. Roque, J. Fenton, D. Dykes, R. Neish, R. Jernick, J. Savage, P. W ' ainwright. Page Sixty-Fit c Xi Psi Phi Page Sixty-Six Alpha Omega Zeta Mu Chapter Founded at the University of Maryland in 1907 Flower: White Rose Colors: Black and Gold Journal: Alpha Omegan OFFICERS President Ben Williamowsky Vice-President David Lewis Secretary Joseph Applebaum Treasurer Leonard Copen Historian Mitchell Burgin Sergeant-at-Arms Sidney Herman Page Sixty-Seven A First row: A. Goldman, S. Silverman, S. Herman, D. Troup. Second row: B. Williamowsky, B. Friedman, D. Gold, M. Bulmash, M . Reichel, S. Ratner, A. Gale, A. Rekant, D. Lewis, H. Goldberg. Third row: T. Leizman, M. Burgin, G. Spiegel, B. Gordon, J. Applebaum, H. Shapiro, N. Bloch, E. Epstein, L. Copen, H. Bricken. Page Sixty-Eight Alpha Omega Page Sixty-Nine Psi Omega ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1892. Flower: Lily Colors: Blue and White Journal: The Frater OFFICERS Grand Master ■ . William Dodson Junior Grand Master Sterling George Secretary John Stephens Treasurer Walter Davis Chaplain .••■•■ John Thompson Chief Inquisitor Paul Loflin Senator Eugene Zimmermann Inside Guardian William Strahan Outside Guardian James Griffin Chief Interrogator ' . . .■ Harold Stanley Editor Robert Biddington House Manager Patrick Strollo Page Seventy _ ' a First row: B. Ward, R. Grzeczkowski, P. Loflin, J. Medina, P. Strollo, T. Walter, R. Biddington, J. Thompson, E. Rapp, N. Alle Second row. ' C. Mollis, E. Kostas, J. Callahan, C. Rader, L. Ready, J. Doherty, E. Hinrichs, J. Scribner, L. Williams. Third row: N. Kerico, A. Chavoor, H. Stanley, H. Teyker, A. Phifer, F. Edwards, M. Guerrieri, J. Griffin, J. Page, A. Monaco. First row: W. Davis, J. Lee, E. McGrath, F. Pavel. Second row: J. Torres, J. Sheppe, M. Ventura, G. Orraca, C. Santiago, S. George, R. Lee, E. Zimmermann, H. Gerken. Third row: B. Wells, R. Narutowicz, V. Hart, R. Rymer, J. Rodriguez, W. Strahan, J. Rohr, J. Stephens, W. Alle Page Seventy-One Psi Omega Page Seventy-Two Psi Omega Page Seventy-Three Page Seventy-Four B.C.D.S PURCHASES Happy Joe " Biddix drives around the Dental School Dr Mazzotta ai id Vipicetit ' s Case Dr. Bryant uses war- surplus combat Boots PEHTAL SCHOOL HSTAL 5URPLU Dean R. Repair Page Seventy-Six WAR . . . SURPLUS . . . GOODS . . Dr. Randolph acquires Heuicoptor for Clinic Supervision. Back up, Harry, Jones JUST PUT HIS HAriP up " Joe Dinalfi plows through the huck of the senior lab in am amphibious j£ep Page Seventy-Seven OUR PSALM Black is my shepherd; I shall not want points. He maketh me to plug foil in the cuspids; He leadeth me into the embrasures. He restoreth my contact; He guideth my preparations in straight planes for retention ' s sake. Yea, though I drill through dentin and the contents of pulp, I will fear no exposure, For Kenneth is with me. His mirror and his explorer they comfort me, He preparest progress charts before me in the presence of mine instructors; He hast anointed my slab with cement; my alcohol lamp runneth over. Surely shy margins and fractures shall follow me all the days of my life; And I shall dwell at Lombard and Greene forever. OUR PRAYER Our instructors who are in the clinic, hallowed be thy names. Thy wills be done in the infirmary as they are done in textbooks. Give us this day our daily points and forgive us our shy margins, as we forgive those patients who disappoint us. Lead us not into burnishing and deliver us from the evil of the dental supply dealer — for thine is the kingdom and the power to flunk us for ever and ever, amen. Page Seventy-Eight WE ONLY ASKED - - " Is Gold Foil Here To Stay? " Says: N. Allen: Ask Bill. B. Allen: Well, well, now, doctor, that ' s some- thing, that ' s something. Applebaum: Best restoration there is . . . uh, spell my name right. Aria: Heh, heh, . . . what ' s cooking . . . Biddington: Not in Arbutus. Bloxom: Carryeee it back to old Virginnyeee. Bobenko : Soislapshimwitharightandalef tthe- suphesdownitstinks. (What did he say?— Ed.) Cabanas: What ' s that? ... I got here late . . . Carroll: Yeah — That ' s jazzsy! Chavoor: What else could happen to me? Coleman: Can I take two guesses? Copen: I ' m having the entire interior redone, new rings . . . havya seenit! Davilla: Naw . . . joost a meenute, mah good tran! Davis: What ' s the ketch? Devier: Ask nie tomorrow . . . yesterday was Sunday. Dodson: Everything is here to stay, Suh. Doherty: Beat it kid . . . ya bodder me. Dykes: Hmmmmmmmm . . . Edwards: Well — way down yonder in New Orleans . . . Where ' s Francis? Fazzalari: Ask me again and Ell tell you off proper. Fenton: Yes, yes, yes, right, check, check. Guerrieri: Ask a man who owns one . . . Grzeczkowski: Whattaya ... a wise guy? Gordon: I refer you to my colleague . . . KVR. Gerken: Well, yes . . . if used quietly. Gold: I ahhhh . . . never use it ... 6-5 it Goldberg: goes. Griffin: hah - hah - hee - hee (hysterical laug hs) . S. George: Where ' s " here? " W. George: Ginger ale or soda? Friedman: What can I say? . . . My hands are tied. Fridinger: Ed take out a twenty-year endow- ment for security. Hill: Ya wouldn ' t kid me, would ya? Hinrichs: Wow! . . . Yippeee! ... I love it! . . . (crash!) Itturino: Beeg stoff back home . . , Johnston: Shhhh . . . the walls have ears . . . Kenneally: St. Anselm ' s and Maine shall never be foiled! Kerico: . . . well . . . now . . . let ' s . . . see . . . Kukucka: . . . won ' t last 6 rounds . . . who ' s he fightin ' ? J. J. Lee: Ell wire you from Oregon . . . Buddy! R. E. Lee: Heh . . . leave us not be " foilish. " Lewis: Gotta check the biomechanical factors firsht . . . Garge. Loflin: .... Aw gee whiz, mister . . . don ' t ask me that. McGrath: Hah, hah, hah . . . Eve only done 52 this week. Medina: Dr. Randolph and I both approve. Melendez: Sure . . . boy! Miller t: (Shhhh!) Meinhold: In my teeth? Are you kidding! Mollis: Better you should ask me in June. Monaco: Obviously, my dear colleague, you are impinging upon the sublime. Neish: I ' ve done 600 and have had no com- plaints. Nord: Just a minute, you ... I ask those questions around here . . . Page: . . . can ' t stop now . . . gotta see the dean about the graduation . . . Pavel: Uh . . . what . . . what . . . yeah . . . yeah ... Quintero: Mahn, I ' m seeck. Rapp: . . . Oho . . . the prod, huh? Ready: I can ' t tell from way up here. Reichel . . . Gold Foil! . . . Grrrrrrr! Scribner: Gee whiz, fellas, I sure hope so. Stanley: The last one I put in isn ' t. Stephens: Ell put in a plug for it. Strahan: Yeah, but I ' m not. Strollo: Why? What! Ya saw the exam! . . . What ' s another . . . psssssss! Thompson: What would any good West Vir- ginian say? Vikell: I ' ll trade it for a good cigar any day. Walter: Ya want the full program? Ward: Foil? What ' s thet! Weber: Haven ' t got time . . . Em operating. Williamowsky: . . . zzzzz . . . zzzzz . . . S. E. Zimmerman: Longer than I . . . longer than I . . . E. R. Zimmermann: Black says in volume three, page ten, paragraph 4 . . . Kenneth Randolph: . . . My name is Randolph (nuff said! ) . Page Sciritty-Ninc OUR PROFS Profs are those who: 1 . Talksodamf astyoucan ' ttakeanote. 2. Spend three-quarters of an hour explaining, waste one box of chalk, and after you have taken four pages of notes, tell you that the stuff is not important. 3. Wear blue collars, and walk in the opposite direction when you raise your hand. 4. Wait till you are jammed with work and then throw a quiz. 5. Give you the C ' s and the other fellows the A ' s and B ' s. 6. Tell you not to cram for an exam because it won ' t be specific, and then ask you for the footnotes and the fine print at the bottom of a page. 7. Call the roll the day you are out. 8. Inquire the date of the next prom arid then schedule a test for the day after. 9. Always show slides when it ' s sunbathing time for the nurses. 1 0. Give you undivided attention when a shapely member of the opposite sex sits in your chair. 1 1. Ask to solder your bridges and present you with molten metal. 12. Take your centric and have you reset the teeth. 13. Destroy your patient ' s alveolar ridge and then complain of a sloppy extraction. 14. Reset the x-ray tube and then rage about your off-center pictures. 15. Will be thanked 15 years hence for teaching you what you know. Page Eighty EXAMINATION TIME N 2 Biochemistry — How much saliva of a pH of 1.5 in a red-nosed South African baboon is necessary to neutralize the starch in a senior clinic gown? Anatomy — A bullet pierced the thorax between the 3rd and 4th ribs just lateral to the sternum, entered the right auricle and became lodged in a patent foramen ovale. A second bullet entered the cranium in the left temporal area, severed the middle meningeal artery and stopped in the aqueduct of Sylvius. From your knowledge of anatomy, would you consider the patient ' s condition serious? Histology — On one pint of cellular fixing solution how far could wandering cell wander? (I wander — Ed.) Physiology — If the decompensated heart of a female Ranus Americanus frog dubbed when it should have flubbed — what was the length of its tail as a tadpole? (Calibrate in mm. on a kymograph.) Pathology — How far in is an infarct? Pharmacology — How can this course be improved? (How can this question be improved — Ed.) Nutrition — Give the recipe for sponge cake. Bacteriology — If typhoid Mary drank from the Broad Street Pump while being bitten by an anopheles mosquito — true or false? Crown and Bridge — What are the biological requirements of a good endoform? Orthodontia — A torsi-versioned lateral is being pulled into place by a Jones triple-wire band at the rate of 2 micra per day; a retarded cuspid is being Egg-natzed into place by a dentigerous cyst at the rate of 14 micra per week; a hypoplastic impacted central is being operated upon by the Surgery Department — Which will be seen first? Give pari- mutual odds on win, place, and show. Surgery — How many foot pumps are required to bring one arm of the chair even with the cuspidor? Operative — An unorthodox Cl. II amalgam is being acted on by a Cl. I lever at the fractured marginal ridge, by a Cl. Ill lever at the shy buccal margin and a Cl. X lever on the oc clusal high spot; Underline the correct procedure: 1. Temporize with cavity varnish. 2. Use Killo toothache drops. 3. Transfer patient to a Junior. 4. Retire to lounge for a coke. 5. Cold steel. Internal Medicine — Would you advise a woman patient with water on the knee to wear pumps? Prosthetics — What is a Gillette Clasp? Page Eighty-One METAMORPHOSIS Phase I: The Freshman . . . Period of Insignificance Size at birth: 21.5 mm. Phase III: The Junior . . . Period of Gaseous Develop- ment Size at third year of development: 5 ft. Phase II : The Sophomore . . . Period of Adjustment Size at second year of development: 8 in. Phase IV: The Senior . . . The Bloated Period Size at fourth year of development: 8 ft. Phase V: The Graduate . . . Period of Shingle-Hanging Size at final year of development: out of visual field — (subject has so grown that space for reproduction is unavailable. — Ed.) Page Eighty-Two GREENER PASTURES Norman D. Allen 2265 Pie IX Boulevard, Montreal, Canada William R. Allen . . Berkeley Springs, West Virginia Joseph Applebaum 3833 Labyrinth Road, Baltimore, Maryland Arthur Aria 39 Passaic Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey W. Robert Biddington 1261 Circle Drive, Baltimore, Maryland W. Randolph Bloxom Mappsville, Virginia Aleksey Bobenko 1153 Ridgely Street, Baltimore, Maryland Ramon Cabanas Vails Box 1 14, Utuado, Puerto Rico James C. Carroll 612 Summit Avenue, Westfield, New Jersey Ashur Chavoor 476 Pleasant Street, Worcester, Massachusetts Robert J. Coleman 10626 Paramount Boulevard, Downey, California Leonard Copen 178 Bay State Road, Boston, Massachusetts Fernando E. Davila Lopez Box 936, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Walter H. Davis 63 Hilltop Road, Ashevilk, North Carolina Charles W. Devier 637 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia William P. G. Dodson 517 Maryland Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia Jerome C. Doherty 72 5 Hamilton Street, Harrison, New Jersey Dick Dykes 619 D. Street, Taft, California Theresa Edwards Box 105, Pemberton, West Virginia Paul V. Fazzalari 60 Third Street, Oakland, Maryland John P. Fenton 277 Harrison Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey William T. Fridinger % C. L. Kopp, Cumberland, Maryland Bernard Friedman 3620 Haywood Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland Sterling R. George 309 Highland Avenue, S. Charleston, West Virginia W. A. George Johnson Avenue, Matawan, New Jersey H. J. Gerken 616 Ocean Avenue, Ocean City, New Jersey David Gold 2411 Callow Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland Harold L. Goldberg 3410 Woodbrook Avenue, Baltimore Maryland Bernard Gordon 1153 N. Bentalou Street, Baltimore, Maryland James B. Griffin, Jr 46 Hewlett Street, Waterbury, Connecticut Richard A. Gretzkowski 1254 Chase Street, Camden, New Jersey Medie B. Guerrieri 239 Hoffman Avenue, Morgantown, West Virginia Paul L. Heininger 308 College Street, Burlington, Vermont Robert G. Hill 1803 Dorchester Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts Ernest Henry Hinrichs, Jr Walnut Lane, Riderwood, Maryland Fernando Luis Iturrino Box 25 3, Canovanas, Puerto Rico Edward R. Johnston 133 Prairie Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island Joseph P. Kenneally 27 State Street, Biddeford, Maine Neil Kerico 1193 Park Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey Steve M. Kukucka 379 Wood Street, Revloc, Pennsylvania John J. Lee 919 S. E. Court Place, Pendleton, Oregon Robert E. Lee 22 Aberdeen Road, Framingham, Massachusetts David Lewis 1713 Moreland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland Paul H. Loflin Box 1489, Mabscott, West Virginia Edward B. McGrath 3 5 Main Street, S. Windsor, Connecticut Jose E. Medina Box 3333, Santurce, Puerto Rico Charles H. Meinhold 81 Centennial Avenue, Brockport, New York Luis J. Melendez Box 1 346, Ponce, Puerto Rico George M. Millert 200 W. Heman Street, E. Syracuse, New York Chris A. Mollis Box 398, Yorkville, Ohio Anthony F. Monaco 327 Jackson Street, Hoboken, New Jersey Richard Neish . . Westview Terrace, 400 Triphammer Road, Ithaca, New York S. Robert Nord, Jr Box 1136, Encinitas, California James C. Page, Jr 711 James Street, Tampa, Florida Frank E. Pavel, Jr. 915 9th Avenue, Lewiston, Idaho Eneas Ouintero P Box 678, Ancon, Canal Zone Edwin R. Rapp 917 Flower Avenue, Takoma Park, Maryland Leo Ready 13 Stocker Street, Saugus, Massachusetts Myron S. Reichel 48 Southgate Avenue, Annapolis, Maryland James S. Scribner 66 Warren Road, Framingham, Massachusetts Harold R. Stanley, Jr 10 Lynde Street, Salem, Massachusetts John A. Stephens Route No. 5, Lumberton, North Carolina William T. Strahan 13 06 Hubner Avenue, Catonsville, Maryland Patrick J. Strollo 5 3 Woodland Avenue, Nutley, New Jersey John C. Thompson 63 8 S. 7th Street, Clarksburg, West Virginia Albert S. Vikell 913 Fell Street, Baltimore, Maryland Thomas R. Walter R. D. No. 1, Elkton, Maryland E. Ben Ward, Jr Box 97, Rowland, North Carolina Philip A. Weber, Jr 203 8th Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia Ben A. Williamowsky 4402 15th Street, N.W., Washington, D. C S. Edwin Zimmerman 400 First Avenue, S.W., Glen Burnie, Maryland E. R. Zimmermann 178 East 77 Street, New York, New York REFLECTIONS . . . For me the Mirror of 1948 will reflect a year of pleasant collabora- tion in the editing of this publication ... it will reflect the helpfully efficient and valuable advice of Mr. Foley, the undivided strength of my staff, the faithful efforts of Jim, Dave, Tony, Gene, Joe, Bill, Mac, Clem and all the rest, to make the reflection of the Mirror a clear one ... it will reflect the aid and suggestions of Mr. Love, Mr. Hicks, Miss Muhl, Miss Ezekiel and Mrs. Williamowsky . . . those who so willingly con- tributed their time and efforts to the publication. For all of us the Mirror will reflect the scenes of an unforgettable past . . . the trying events of the years that lie behind, and the molding of the years of our lives that lie ahead. — Ben A. Williamowsky. Page Eighty-Four A PARTNERSHIP — Between You and Your Laboratory Ceramic Section Austenal Teeth Section Castings- Finishing Section Your future success in dentistry partially depends upon the results you achieve in prosthet- ics. You and your laboratory share in the respon- sibilities of providing quality restorations to your patients. Co-Operative offers you a completely balanced laboratory service, providing every facility from the smallest to the most specialized job — such as only a few laboratories in the nation are equipped to perform. For over thirty-eight years, it has served well the graduates of the University of Maryland. Your choice of the Co-Operative Dental Labora- tories is your assurance that you will be availing yourself of the finest prosthetic skill, service, and equipment obtainable anywhere. We cordially invite you to visit our laboratories. BEST WISHES CLASS OF ' 48 Here ' s wishing each of you every success in dentistry. HARRY B. SCHWARTZ, INC., OPERATING o-operative Dental Laboratories Artisans of Dental Prosthetics 1 2 West Madison Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND SERVING THE DENTAL PROFESSION WITH DISTINCTION SINCE 1910 Page Eighty-Five MOULD GUIDE LET US SEND YOU THE NEW HUE MOULD GUIDE-THE ONLY REAL MOULD GUIDE. Here is the most beautiful Mould Guide that was ever created. It contains all the forms and sizes of Trubyte New Hue Anteriors, upper and lower and all the sizes of 20° and 30° Posteriors. It ' s an attractive, practical, addition to your office equipment. You don ' t have to practice without a Mould Guide any longer. The price is f 25 and the price represents only a fraction of what the Mould Guide costs to manufacture. DENTIST SUPPLY COMPANY OF NEW YORK Page Eighty-Six INTRODUCING (Pat. Pending) A Corrugated Stainless Steel Strengthening Bar for Acrylic Dentures Newbar is an entirely unique development and is not to be confused with ordinary softwire strengtheners, wire mesh or similar devices. IMPORTANT FEATURES Eliminates breakage Controls shrinkage - while processing denture Provides better adaptation newberger ' Dental Cabot at ory 501 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore Md. • Box 237 • Lexington 2164-2165 PALS MEET AT AL ' S Breakfast — Luncheon — Dinner Our Specialty: Italian Spaghetti and Meat Balls AL ' S RESTAURANT 10 S. Greene Street Sa. 9559 Compliments of Your Arundel Ice Cream Store 600 W. Baltimore Street and throughout Baltimore For Every Stationery Need Theodore Klupt Co. Baltimore ' s Growing Stationers 329-331 W ' . Baltimore Street 1 L. G. Balfour Company Attleboro, Massachusetts Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers Representative— MRS. HENRY WITTICH 105 W. Saratoga St. Baltimore 1, Md. Page Eigbtyi-Seven Compliments of DE LUXE DENTAL LABORATORY 535 N. Howard Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND P. O. Box 1995 MUlberry 7997-7998 ATLAS DENTAL LABORATORY 631 y 2 N. Howard Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND MUlberry 7842 Harry ' s Barber Shop for Courteous Service Since 1927 610 W. Baltimore Street Vage Eighty-Eight (. . Success to the Class of 1948 ' Jbuim B. Benfan fym iany Dental Supplies and Equipment Serving the Profession Since 1856 FRANK W. TAYLOR College Representative PHONES: Vernon 8512-3-4 709-11 N. Howard Street Baltimore 1, Maryland Pjge Eighty-Nine Men Prize The Good Clothing H. K. Co. ' s Men ' s Shop Features for Baltimore Men First Mezzanine HOCHSCHILD., KOHN COMPANY Irvington Delicatessen and Dining Room Dinners - Sandwiches - Luncheons 4031-33 FREDERICK AVENUE Hans K. Heinze, Mgr. Gilmor 1504 M. SHAIVITZ SONS Furniture and Appliances For every Room in the House 5407-11 Harford Road CLifton 4740-41 Page Ninety S TO EACH GRADUATE BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS from COOPER MARYLAND ' S OUTSTANDING DENTAL LABORATORY 213 W. Franklin Street Vernon 2842 I Goren Katz ENTAL LABORATORY 832 N. Howard Street Qualified Ticonium Laboratory Phone SA-8219 Congratulation Graduates SOL FRIEDMAN DENTAL LABORATORY 201 W. Franklin St. Baltimore 1, Md. Phone: MUlberry 7575-76 The Store for People Who Do Things BALTIMORE HARDWARE COMPANY 601 W. Baltimore Street, at Greene Famous for Tools Since 1896 Page Ninety-One J-a. meiL optima Whether it is English, Spanish, Italian or Greek, a fine restoration is judged by the same standards all over the world. With skilled hands and trained eyesight, every one of our craftsmen has given many years of faithful labor and painstaking study to learn his craft, as the quality of our work shows. " Build good- will with quality-made Seligman Hite Prosthetics. " Seligman Hite A Dental Laboratory of International Repute Baltimore 5, Maryland Park Avenue at Franklin P. O. Box 1937 Page Ninety-Two WMT .... i NO CAUlk COMMIWf fc but there is at the University of Maryland JUST ASK YOUR CAULK REPRESENTATIVE MONROE CAVEY Centre St. at Park Ave. for information on Saratoga 5655 LOCATIONS • OFFICE PLANNING • FINANCING • EQUIPMENT IN FACT on all those things not covered by the text books Ask him also about the services of the L. D. CAULK COMPANY BALTIMORE • BROOKLYN • CHICAGO • HARRISBURG • HUNTINGTON • NEWARK OAKLAND • PHILADELPHIA • PITTSBURGH • SAN FRANCISCO • WHEELING Page Ninety-Three BALTIMORE DENTAL LABORATORY " Quality and Technical Accuracy Assured " Greetings to the Graduating Class of 1948 from HARRY W. KEPNER 425-427 N. Eutaw Street Baltimore, Maryland Telephone: Lex. 3357 With the Compliments of HYNSON, WESCOTT DUNNING Incorporated Charles and Chase Streets BALTIMORE, MARYLAND The Store Where Men Like to Shop SHOP FOR YOUR OWN NEEDS ACCESSORIES GIFTS .. . HUTZLER BROTHERS CO. Howard and Saratoga Page Ninety-Four FOR OVER 25 YEARS We have worked with members of your Profession PLATES CROWNS Calvert 3745 CASTINGS ORTH DEVICES CERAMICS BRIDGES E. J. Koritzer, Proprietor Southern Dental Labor atory- Mail Orders Solicited 116 E. Preston Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Everything in Prosthetics University Book Store for Quality, Quantity, and Convenience 519 W.Lombard Street Baltimore 1 , Maryland. Compliments of U. of M. BARBER SHOP 614 West Baltimore Street BENNY and JOE, Props. Dependable Prescription Service for 64 Years RUN RIGHT TO READ ' S Pharmacies since 1883 Page Ninety-Five Serving Dentistry and Dental Colleges for 30 Years HEADQUARTERS FOR DENTAL MODELS AND BROWN PRECISION ATTACHMENTS COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION 131 East 23rd Street New York 10, N. Y. " The House of a Thousand Models " Page Ninety-Six Congratulations To The Class of 1948 CLIFF and SONS Service to the Students of B. C. D. S. Lafayette 0620 Bar Service D. CLIFTON SMITH Best Service For DINNERS— LUNCHEONS— PARTIES— TEAS Fancy Sandwiches a Specialty 240 Wilson Street Baltimore, Maryland Page Ninety-Seven Dentists ' Samples (POW B EO J7 5e ' Perfect Adhesive for ' Dentures COREGA CHEMICAL COMPANY 208 ST. CLAIR AVE., N. W. CLEVELAND, OHIO (Corega is not advertised to the public) Phone Gilmor 0130 GOOD SHEPHERD LAUNDRY Ccdverton Road and Franklin Street Wet Wash — Thrifty Family Service Rough Dry DOCTORS ' COATS A SPECIALTY Try Us — It Is Worth While SMITH DENTAL LAB. 201 W. Franklin Street Mulberry 7575 Page Ninety-Eight PLAN NOW for your own practice Chances are you ' re very familiar with the G-E CDX dental x-ray unit. And already know its reputation for Appearance, Ease-of-Operation, Trouble-free Per- formance. And the important role it can play in help- ing you build an early successful practice. So we won ' t go into elaborate detail now. But we really would like you to have your dental dealer show you all the deluxe features of the CDX before you decide on any dental x-ray. We are con- fident you ' ll be completely satisfied that it is your best buy. GENERAL f§ ELECTRIC X-RAY CORPORATION 175 W. JACKSON BLVD. CHICAGO 4, ILL., U.S.A. FONTI ' S -OK- SHAVING PARLOR 531 West Baltimore Street Phone CAlvert 4886 The Students ' Own Shop ARROW QUALITY TOOLS and SOPPLIES for the DENTIST QUALITY SERVICE Wholesale Only ARROW PRODUCTS Can Be Obtained from Any Reputable Dental Supply House ARROW Trade Marks: - NORUSTAIN NOVO Arrow Supply Tool Company 27 West 20 Street New York, N. Y. Page Ninety-Nine CONGRA TULA TIONS To The CLASS of 1948 From " Your Conscientious Assistant " V Certified S8IS Ticonium Lab. MARYLAND DENTAL LABORATORIES 200 W. Saratoga Street Box 2037 Mulberry 0437 - 0438 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Page One Hundred LOOKING INTO THE The most modern equipment in your office will in- fluence patients to your benefit today, tomorrow and in the years to come. The S. S. White Master Unit and Motor Chair are distinctive for beauty of design, con- venience to the dentist and comfort for the patient. You owe it to yourself to see and operate this out- standing equipment at your first opportunity. Ask your dealer about the 5. S. White Free Office Planning Service and con- venient payment plan, or write direct. THE t ' g DENTAL MrC.CO. PHILADELPHIA 5, PA. Page One Hundred and On TYPE A JELENKO special , l lITBtv, 3a TttiectiLan Q ntal QabtLnyd SOFT for Simple Inlays GOLD COLOR TYPE B TYPE C TYPE C MODULAY J fiA Ca2 Trvmstzr RFC,U.5.PPT.OFF, MED. HARD lorM.O.D. and Simple Inlays GOLD COLOR REG.U.5.PRT. OFF. HARD (Standard Hardness) for Carmichaels, Crown and Inlay Abutments GOLD COLOR REO.U.S.Pftr. OFF. HARD (yet Easily Burnished) for Carmichaels, Crown and Inlay Abutments GOLD COLOR lelenko Electric Inlay Furnace . with Pyrometer For Wax Elimination JELENKO GOLDS JELENKO PRECISION CASTING EQUIPMENT These superlative Jelenko Golds will meet every casting need. The inlay golds are certified to meet A. D.A. Speci- fication No 5. Jelenko No. 7 is unexcelled among partial denture golds. In equipping your laboratory, start right — with Jelenko Precision Casting Equipment. Jelenko Electric Inlay Furnace for wax elimination and " Thermotrol junior " — the Dentist ' s Personal Electric Casting Machine — provide the essentials for Precision Casting. Add other equipment as needed. DETAILED LITERATURE AND CATALOGUE ON REQUEST J. F. JELENKO CO., Inc. Manufacturers of Denial Golds and Specialties 138 West 52nd Street New York 19, U. S. A. JELENKO NO.BV CAST GOLD RE 0. U. S. PRT. OFF. V The PATRICIAN of Casting Golds for 1 -Piece Unit Castings, Clasps Bars, Saddles, etc. GOLD COLOR JELENKO " THERMOTROL JUNIOR " r -ssjaj ADVERTISERS ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS - ENGRAVERS CATALOG ILLUSTRATORS INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 501509 E PRESTON ST BALTIMORE, MD. c J?tephom MULBERRY 2357-2358 c ■- -fe«t§ Students ' Headquarters SOLOMON ' S For All Your Needs 603 W. Baltimore Street (around corner) Makers of Fine Clothes Since 1871 Page One Hundred and Tivo ( SINCERITY Compliments to the Graduating Class of 1948 Pictured above is our Denture Depart- ment showing much of the equipment we use in the process of high quality, precision dentures. The photo at the left shows some of the modern equipment used in our Casting Department. We hope that you will find it possible to visit us, so that you may observe with what skill and care our restorations are constructed. .214 W. Monument Street Baltimore 1, Maryland Phone MU1 3090-1 P. O. Box 1376 Baltimore 3, Md. Page One Hundred and Three D D S E E U E N P L T P E A L Y L ■ ' WE SERVE ' ROY TUFFS College Representative Y Baltimore Office York Office Medical Arts Buildii ig HE. Market St. Vernon 4053-4-5 York 47475 Vage One Hundred and four Let RITTER Help Ifou Plan for DENTAL LEADERSHIP Like the majority of the leading dentists of America, you are planning to equip your office with the best — RITTER . . . And like every successful dentist, you are interested in PLANNING TODAY for TOMORROW. The Ritter Company can help you as it has helped thousands of others — for example: 1. Read " Dentistry ' s Future " and the Ritter Practice Building Studies. Your Ritter Dealer has them, or write to us for copies. 2. Use the Ritter Statistical Service. We ' ll furnish facts about the communities you may be consider- ing for your practice. 3. Use the Ritter Office Planning Department. We ' ll plan every detail of your layout — including decorations. 4. Your Ritter Dealer will explain the Ritter De- ferred Payment Plan — you pay for your equipment out of earnings. Good business planning starts long before you begin to practice. Let us help you start NOW! Ritter Company, Inc., Ritter Park, Rochester 3, N. Y. BUILT UP TO A STANDARD NOT DOWN TO APBICt ROCHESTER, N. Y. Page One Hundred and Five Cw tyi unq ft yeu l Office We are proud to have hod the pleasure of working with THE STAFF in producing this Yearbook c p BROWN MORRISON CO., INC. 718 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Page One Hundred and Six- SM - ■ DEfTFAl SURi I Mwrov t » g For Reference NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THIS ROOM


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