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

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t-Mf- ' tmi Wv r K- ' a 1 wSMM ■ " C LiBHARY iBALTtMOnE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY MARYLAND COllEC DENTISTRY Cental Operations From Scluilte ' s ■■Ai-niamentarium Chirurgici 14787 Published by the oke huxdked a_x1) twelfth studejs t body of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Dental School, University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland flHIl; Roland V. Reed, Jr., Editor R, James Vassar, Business Manager iccition To the men, women, and children of all races, faiths, and creeds who have presented themselves for treatment to the four Dental Schools of the TTniversitv of Maryland in the past one hundred and twelve years, and have of their own volition l een instrumental in the training of more than seven thousand six hundred and eighty dentists, tills edition of the ilirror is humhly dedicated. This faithful asseml)lage of patients enjoys the distinction of having aided the advancement of dental science, assisted the growth of dental education, and promoted the harmony of dentist- ])atient I ' elations. -- ' he Extractor of eeth Prom an engraving after the painting by Gerard Don (1613-1675), in the Louvre, Paris P vQiAde nt OF THE University HARRY CLIFTON ini;i) IP | | H 9 | ■ p § jj 1 m ■ lH § .y H H M m " " 1 H lta A i Jp ' fe; ■ HI kl .- ' flil B 1 Qo4Jte ' lHO OF THE State of Makylaxd THEODOUK KOOSKVKLT McKELDm 2 eon OF THE University of Maryland Dental School J. BEN ROBINSON D.D.S., SC.D., F.A,C.D. " The servant is worthy of his liire. ' ' " Thei-e is no excellence without great labor. " " The recent dental graduate cannot do competent dental woi ' k in such vohnne as to produce large linancial returns in his early years in practice. " " The patient can judge your attitudes, liut he can ' t judge accurately your professional skills. " " No articulator ever made a good set of dentures: it is the man behind the articulator who does the job. " " Both parties to a contract must profit in order to ensure an ethical transaction. " " lutelleetual honi-sty and moral courage are essential characteristics of tlie successful professional man. " " If selling in the dental office implies a i)rofit motive, don ' t sell : if selling in the dental offices implies a service motive, it is entirely justifiable. " S ituer _y i nnwevSciP ¥ The Mieeoe congratulates and extends the appreciation and cp-afitude of the students, faculty and alumni to these memhers of the assisting staff who have served the School loyally for over twenty-five years. CHAKLES LEROY DEETS Preparator Born JIarch 10, ls!t4. in Pennsylviinia. Moved to Baltimore, lit. Washington section, when quite .voung. and attended public and parochial schools. Mr. Deets be,?an working at the Univer- sity of Maryland Dental School in 1927. He had served the school on a jiart-time basis for a ntimber of years [irior to 1027. I.eroy is a " preparator " in the Anatomy Department, Before coming to the Dental School. Leroy had worked in the pediatric laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, the chemical labora- tory at the Baltimore Medical College, and the embalming laboratory at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Leroy ' s hobbies are hunting, fishing, and horse racing. He is the father of five children, three girls and two boys. Leroy has nine grand- children. He is a member of the Mt. Washington Rod and Gun Club. JOSEPH ¥. KILIJAX Lahoratory Tech nician Born January 14, 1008. in Sparrows Point, Maryland. Attend- ed public schools in Baltimore. At fifteen years he left school and began working as a laboratory technician at the University of Maryland Dental School. His duties included all the technical work for the departments of Histology. Bacteriology, and Path- ology. Mr. Killlan now confines his work primarily to the Pathology Department. " Joe " , as he is known to students and faculty alike, has perfected numerous techuiqties for histologic preparations. He spends his spare time collecting stamps and tropical fish. Bowling is his principal hobby. He is a member of a bowling league, and he hasn ' t missed a night of league competition In twenty years. Joe and his wife. Lola, have two daughters. He is a member of the Maryland Classified Employees Association, 3n iH m0rtam KARL FREDERICK GREMPLER D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Dr. Karl Frederick Grempler, a niember of the faculty of tlic iialtimore College of Dental Surgery, Dental School, University of Maryland since 1924, died in Baltimore, Maryland on Feliruary 25. Born in Ualtiniore on April 13, 1805, Dr. Grempler attended the pnlilic schools before entering Mount Vernon College. In 1017 he was called into the military service. After comiDleting the course in X-ray teclmiiiue at the Army Medical School in Washington, he was assigned to an .Vi ' my hosiDital in France, where he served till the end of the war. The son of a well-known surgeon and the brother of a general medical practi- tioner. Dr. Grempler chose dentistry as his career, gi-aduating from the Uni- versity of Maryland School of Dentistry in 1021, cum laude. Receiving an appointment as a part-time Instructor in Operative Dentistry, he served his alma mater in that capacity till 1030. During later appointments he was full- time Assistant Professor in the Operative Department from lOll-lillo ; and Associate Professor fi-om 104:i-r,)4T. Frcmi 1047 to l ' .)40 liecanse of a desire to lighten his teaching schedule, Di ' . Grempler reverted to a jjart-time assign- ment, although maintaining his rank as Associate Professor. ]]eginning with the session of 1040 and continuing until shortly before his death he taught in the Department of (■|iiiical ( )rtliodontics as a part-time rnstruct(n-. A modest Imt io ial inaii, I )r. (irenn)]er was liiglily reganleil ])y his associ- ates and the hundreds of students whom he taught. The dentists of i raryland recognized him as a highly skillful technician in the field of Operative Den- tistry. He appeared on many programs, local and sectional, as a demonstrator of operative techniques. His memberships included the Baltimoi-e City Dental Society, the Maryland State Dental Association, the Gorgas Odontological Society, Psi Omega, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, and the American College of Dentists. I re- ( i ciriouS UevSe u A dentist whose surname was Moss, Fell in love with the charming Miss Ross : But he held in abhorrence Her Christian name Florence, So he called her his dear Dental Floss. A wondrovTS faith-healer cue day Had to keep all his patients at bay. While he hid in his booth, With a riotous tooth, Which his faith couldn ' t stop, strange to say. A dentist who lives in Duluth Has wedded a widow named Ruth, Who is so sentimental Concerning things dental She calls her dear Second her Twoth I A two-toothed old man of Arbroath Gave vent to a terrible oath. When one tooth chanced to ache, By an awful mistake The dentist extracted them both ! There was an old man of Tarentum Who sat on his false teeth and bent ' em; When asked what he ' d lost, And what they had cost. He replied, " I don ' t know ; I just rent ' em. " eie ecus t The MiRROK takes pride in pietnrially recording tlie fir.st telecast ever made of dental operations. Devised as an experimental approach to educational methods, onl.v the future can reveal the values such an advance will make toward the training of undergraduate anil postgraduate dentists. On November 13 the School of Dentistr.v. in collaljoratiou with the Baltimore City Dental Society, presented the first telecast ever made of dental operations. Transmitted on a closed circuit from a clinic at the School, the program was viewed by over 500 members of the Baltimore Society in f)sler Hall of the Medical and Chirurgical P ' aculty B iilding and by a large group of students assembled in a classrocnn at the School. Below are presented ten of the forty faculty personalities of the BCD8. This section is de- signed so that the receipt of any four consecutive MI RE OB 8 insures the student a coverage of all members of the dental faculty. aculti) BEX.jAiux A. Dabeowski, Roentgenology Johns Hdpkins University (A.P.. ). 1032 . . . B.C.D.S.. 1!M0 . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gorgas Odontolcigical Society (Honorary) . . . grand Paslia of packet placement . . . perfectionist . . . marks-man . . , maniacal mounter . . . eye smiles . . . well organized lectures . . . blue envelope blues . . . " No, no, no, no, no, this way. Doctor. " ... " I like it in the Medical Arts. " . . . " Can ' t you read those signs. Son ' . ' " JosEriiiNE V. EzEKiEL, Visual Aids San Francisco State College. 1923 . . . San Jose State College. 1935 . . . Maryland Institute, 19.36 . . . Stanford University. 1939 . . . Army Me lical Museum, 1940 . . . shutter queen of the mezzanine . . . blinders . . . curt . . . white coat . . . newly wed . . . photographic exi)ert . . . makes art a science . . . kinky hair . . . " My what pretty shirttails ! " . . . " I learned that the hard way. " . . . " Where ' s Doctor Xuttall ' . ' " Gard.ner p. H. Foley Dental History and Literature Clark University (A.B. ). 1923; (A.M.). 1920 . . . American Association of University Professors . . . Tudor iind Stuart Club . . . Lamlida Chi Alpha . . . Alpha Delta Omega (Honorary) . . . (Jmicron Delta Kappa (Honorary) . . . Limerick lover . . . Caver ' s dry run . . . Mirror . . . collector of useless informa- tion . . . crossword puzzles . . . Homburg . . . never uses a three-s.vllable word who) a seven-syllable word can lie used . . . Dental archivist . . . pro-student lobbyist . . . his " bite " is worse than his bark . . . " aultso " . . . " Come Innnnnnnnn " . . . " There is nothing .g(Kid to eat i)) North Carolina, and if there were there would be no one there to cook it. " Hugh T. Hicks, J ' eriodoidia P..C.D.S.. 1919 . . . Fellow of American College of Dentists . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Omicron Kapi a Upsilon . . . Gorgas Odoutological Society . . . authority on gingivitis gravidariiim . . . jokester . . . pink romiilexinn against a white mustache . . . mild and soft spoken . . . twenty-minute prophy . . . high fore- head . . . conservative treatment . . . poor trash can aim . . . authorit.v on mobility . . . repetitious . . . " Boys. I don ' t like getting u at eight o ' clock any more than y iu do. " . . . " Ull use chromic acid till they show me something lietter. " KoBEKT G. Miller, Roentgenology B.C.D.S., 1937 . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas Odoutological Society . . . kennel keeiK»r . . . freshman heckler — senior ho lper . . . rapid Robert . . . x-ra,v investi- gator . . . di. ' imond horseshoe stickpin . . . rose planter . . . can differentiate between an s. " ; and an 87 tooth . . . Weir ' s canine confrere . . . " .lust get teeth on ' em. fellows. " ... " I mean, what the hell .... " ... " Son, you can ' t overdevelop them. " ' A §S Sf? ' ••rsK :; ' ' ' ■ J s f ' YA - ' ' ] ' ■ — L .r " PefMHalitie Drawiiifjs Bij Dean II. HAisiiATH Alexander B. Eskow, Periodontia ■B.C.D.S.. 1938 . . . Sigma Flpsilon Delta . . . (Jorgas ()(l nit()lugical Society . . . American Academy of Dental Medicine . . . finds calculus in an edentulous mouth . . . practical i)erio(lontist . . . eyes sparl le with devilry . . . occlusal equilibrator . . . buccal of upiiers : lingual of lowers — Bl ' LL . . . Johnny on the spot . . . wields a wicked scaler . . . Jersey transplant . . . Jerry ' s " father " . . . " Let ' s not make this dramatic. " . . . " Tliafs so much unmitigated . . . " Douglas A. Browning, Crown and Bridge B.C.D.S.. lO- ' H . . . Psi Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Uii.silon . . . (Jorgas Odontologiciil Society . . . hyi eremic sclera , . . Army major . . . moody . . . wax authority . . . l)UtterHngers . . . heli ful . . . nionoKine lecturer . . . presence appreciated on the clinic floor pauni-hy Kamsey ' s rider applied physicist . . . " See what Doctor Xutlall says " Let me see it a minute. ' Robert B. Towill, Operative Dentistry B.C.D.S.. 1925 . . . Psi Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Xavy dentist . . . cliain smoker . . . coughs . . . blond bombshell . . . roly-poly . . . [larty man . . . Santa Olaus . . . individualist . . . Baylor University . . . returned to the fold . . . student ' s buddy . . . Psi O faithful . . . phenol and dentalome . . . " the bugs " . . . " Fill that darn thing quick before .somebody else sees it. ' ' . . . " I ' aenolize that. Son. " , . . " That ' s mighty fine, Doctor. " . . . " I ' .ring it li,vah ; you ' re ,vounm ' r tlian I am. " Guy p. TlIo rpsoN, Anatomij T ' niversity of West Virginia (A.B.I, 192S ; (A.M.), 1929 . , , Phi Beta Kapiia . . . Sigma Xi . . . Beta Theta I ' i . . . Phi Delta Chi (Honorary) . . , Maryland Biological Society . . . American Association for Advancement of Science . . . i])com] arable comparative anatomist . . . circumlocutory redundancy . . . adds life to a dead suliject . . . school dance attendee . . . mild mannered . . . " I don ' t care whether you iiroiionnce it " jia-Ko-neal " oi ' " iiero-:ieal " , .just as long as you know where it is. " . . . " This is a subject I know you ' re all inter- ested in. " . . . " Sacroiliac — like the song sa.v, " Wilbur O. RAJtsEY, Dental Prosthesis B,C,D,S,. 19-l.S (Xovemher) , , , Omicron Kappa I ' psilon , , . Oorgas Odonto- logical Society . . . X ' avy . , , streamlined ears . . . chair ixisition walk , , , crew cut convert . , , pencil surveyor . . . prolific prosthodontist , , , Doctor Ramsey ' s lali technician , , , satchel toter . . . " Well. I ' ll tell you. " . . . " Sure it ' ll work: just relieve the denture. " . . . " Yo ril either have to convince her or give her the money back. " heHtal PeatU 12 cHht ClaM CLASS OFFICERS President William W. Merow Vice-President Erxest J. Crowley Secretary Kenneth L. Stewart Treasurer : Thomas E. Wolf Sergeant-at-Arnis Eduardo Ortiz, Jr. Historian Roland V. Reed, Jr. Sittinrj: K. Stewart, W. Merow, T. Wolf Standing: E. Crowley, E. Ortiz, R. Reed ( iadd J idtor ¥ Like James FitzPatrick, from the taffrail of his good ship Traretfall-. the members of the class of ' 51 waved fond farewell to the iiursey thinelads from the " sprawl and draw " floor of the bicuspid building, and only nympholeptic Padilla lingered to cry. The Senior year had begun ! With more sparkle, tizz, and pop than a two-gallon jug of Canada L)rv, the ninety-tive mem- bers of the Senior class took wp where they had left off the Spring before — with Hojnaski making announcements, Patterson making excuses. Wolf making reflections, and Daub making girls. ProgTCSS could lie noted. After all, four years is a long time, and something should be shown for our labors. And something could: the summer encamped R.O.T.C. men could now equip an office, Rid inger made with the burnt matches and looked more like iJr. Piddix every day, Arm- strong " CT0Ss " -ed us at the Student ilixer, and ' Liz had an option on a Buick plus a chautfeur — she could drive, so they say. The ] ational, State, and City Dental leetings were soon upon us, and the most popular article demonstrated was the operating stool. Wheel-wise Seniors were we, and the value of a place to park " it " was most apparent. Tandem specials for blonde hygienists were promised us for ' 53. By mid-Xovember the student lounge was alive with insurance vendors. Cries of, " I ' m cov- ered, I don ' t want to, I ' ve got enough " filled the air, and " Webster ' ' was called more different names than vou could find in his iinaliridffed volume. 14 The MiEEOE extends congratu- lations to Dr. Wilbur 0. Ramsey upon his election to the Honor- ary Presidency of the Class of 1951. Dr. Ramsey graduated from the BCDS in 19J,3 (No- vember) and now serves as As- sociate Professor in the depart- ment of Prosthetic Dentistry. Dr. Ramsey holds memberships in Gorgas and 0. K. U. WiLBLi! 0. Ramsey, D.D.S. Honorary Class President The aiiti-vivisectionists kicked up their heels again. We tried hard to convince them that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and that when there was no prevention, tlien tlie dog pound was the cure. The Lonil)ard cavalrv joined the passing parade, but the motorcycle madmen made life unbearable on many a sunny day. The plutocrats of the class paid and paid, while the cops simply felt tliat everything was just " tine " . With as much consideration as a Hecht lot attendant, the Juniors started to push us from tile clinic floor. The Freshmen were X-rayed, the Sophomores were water-sprayed, and the year rolled on and on. Announcement day was the pip of them all, and a day forever to be remembered. The shak- ing of hands and the secretion of glands went on for hours and hours. The patient little wives, who had been waiting for years for this miracle, this hey-day, this millenium, backed off with pride, cocked their heads to the side, and immediately resigned their positions. The cars were revved, the trains were smoking, and " so-longs " tilled the damp Balto air. We entered like lambs, we left like lions: not a penny, not a worry, not a care. At last (lur formal education is over. From now on wc travel the road ahine. We feel that our training has l)een the very Ijest, and we are as eager as David to go forth and meet our Gdliarii. To those who have guided us and sent us on our way, words do not exist to express our gTati- tude. We realize the obligations we have accepted, and we solemnly swear to meet those obliga- tions at every turn. The four points of the compass are about to receive us; the spirit of BCDS shall go forth with us; and we pledge never to let the sun sink below our collective horizons of sincerity, service, ethics, and integrity. KoLAM) V. Reed, Historian 15 LIBRARY a«.TIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 19 ClIAUXCEY GoKAKD AlCOTT " Al " . . . " The Old Man " . . . Hanover, Pennsylvania . . . Western Maryland College . . . Army . . . Gorgas Odonto- logical Society . . . Class Vice-President 1 . . . married . . . one child . . . migraine . . . weekend commuter . . . congenial hasso . . . teller of Pennsylvania Dutch stories . . . hypo- chondriac . . .more worried than serious . . .. " Doctor, what ' s the difference between corrosion and erosion? " Eugene Shipman Armstrong " Gene " . . . Spartanburg. South Carolina . . . University of South Carolina . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . Dr. Oster ' s star pupil . . . claims sleep is the best preparation for an exam . . . receding hairline . . . par putter pupil . . . infec- tious smile . . . " Come on. Buck, let ' s go home. " . . . " Everything ' s o- ' Kay ' ! " Gabriel Salvatoee Azzaro " Bob " . . . New Haven. Connecticut . . . Providence College . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . bobby-soxer ' s dentist . . . energetic , . . neat . . . low man on the Gnrnian-(irabner totem pole . . . calf eyes . . . Holly ' s helper . . . " Fingers " . . . " Really " . . . " She ' s got a ear. " 16 51 Tho:mas Fkaxcis Bai;ry, Jr. " Tom ' " . . . West Wurwick, Rhode Island . . . Providence College . . . Army Air Force . . . Class President 1. 2 . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . operative demon . . . pride o ' the Irish . . . silver threads . . . note- taker . . . diplomat . . .Studehaker 1904 . . . hroad " a " . . . " Do yon think he ' ll give lis an exam? " MiLLAED McKlXLEY BaPTLETT " Black Bart " . . . Hnntdale, North Carolina . . . East Tennessee State College . . . Army . . . married . . . one child . . . hillbilly . . . ex-railroader . . . Neapolitan nights . . . Rebel . . . downright direct . . pulp fryer . . . chronic arguer . . . " You gotta pay the preacher. " . . . " Well now, looka hear. " . . . " I ' ll be damned if I will. " Simon Beeenson " Sy " . . . Portland, Maine . . . I ' niversity of Maine . . . Navy . . . Alpha ( )mega ( Secretary .S, President 4 ) . . . Mirror 4 . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Interfra- ternity Council . . . taciturn . . . studious . . . iniperturl ' able . . . dry humor . . . shoe salesman . , . therefore, dual service — head to toot . . . down-easter . . . leads Eskow . . . " Well, I ' ll tell you. " . . . " Rosen, shut the window. " 17 19 Enrique Blondet " Rickey " . . . Baltimore. Maryland . . . University of Maryland (B.S. ) . . . Gorgas Odontologlcal Society . . . married . . . one child . . . Puerto Rico transplant . . . romantic Latin . . . closes clinic . . . ardent seminarist . . . makes 9:15 lectures . . . iiathologic handwasher . . . natty . . . rumor peddler . . . pre-exam absentee . . . " Thar he ees. " . . . " My Engleesh ees not too good. " . . . " Eet goes thees way. " Carl Paul Beigada " Carl " . . . Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts . . . American International College . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (Guardian S ) ... Mirroi- 4 . . . Army Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . expecting . . . streamlined prosthodonti.st . . . helpful . . . speed artist with spatula . . . rank conscious . . . gassed . . . overlapping isosceles triangles . . . wavy hair . . . five o ' clock shadow at nine a.m. . . . " What the heck. " . . . " Do it like this. " ■%.. ' , William Reginald Brown " Bill " . . . East Greenwich, Rhode Island . . . Fordham University (B.S.) . . . Navy . . . married . . . one child . . . radio exiiert . . . taciturn . . . weekender to Narragansett . . . Brigada ' s protege . . . easy-method man . . . .sculler . . . crew cut . . . dental cripple . . . bus driver . . . Sir Malcolm . . . RCAF . . .pugilist . . . technician par excellence? . . . " Oh, is that right. " . . . " Well, what do I do now? " 18 51 David Joseph Buchness " Dave " , . . Baltimori ' . Marylaiul . . . Loyola ( ' nllcitc (K.S.I. I . . . Army . . . married . . . four children . . . cheaper by the dozen . . . imshinj; I ' reis . . . meticulous worker . . . habitual Java toper . . . lounge seminarist . . . curtain mangier . . . grin and grimace . . . " Wait ' U you get four of your own! " . . . " At last- a girl. " Robert Atkinsok Care " Boh " . . . Elkton. Maryland . . . (ira ' eland College (A.A.) . . . Army Air Force . . . Mirror 4 . . . married . . . chronic quipper . . . Sunday in the puljiit . . . soft spoken and volulile . . . .seldom takes notes . . . perennial punster . . . Corbitt ' .s used car dealer . . . Lily . . . Clement ' .s chaplain . . . from jiulp to pulpit . . . " (Mi. cut it out. " DOMENIC CONCA, CiMINI ' " Dom " . . . Providence. Rhode Island . . . Providence College (B.S. ) . . . Navy . . . married . . . two children . . . gregarious . . . con.genial . . . crams with TV . . . Irvington stalwart . . . chain smoker . . . sidewalk hog . . . joke peddler . . . iconoclast . . . " On the tug " 19 I 19 Tiio tAs Francis Ci.E rENT " Tom " . . . Baltimore. Maryland . . . I ' liiversity of Jlaryland . . . " planning " an Army career . . . cheerful . . . smile . . . likes Maine in the summer . . . infant . . . ragmop . . . familial dentis-tree . . . altitudinous . . . " Gotta wax ' em ui for Pop. " John Clemson " John " . . . We.stminster. Maryland . . . Harvard College . . . Army . . . Mirror (Business Manager 2, 3) ... Army Senior Dental Program . . . enthusiastic debater . . . habitual Time reader . . . polemicist . . . can sleep with eyes open . . . cosmo| olitan literary . . . individualist . . . displaced hair . . , dogmatic . . . Westminster commuter . . . " Doctor, don ' t you think that ' s being a priori? " James Clyde Clower " Jim " . . . Cumberland. Maryland . . . Virginia Polytechnic Institute . . . Army . . . Army Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . two children . . . nmuntaineer . . . commutes to Brooklyn . . . unhurried . . . liilliard exi ert . . . metic- ulous . . . prints like a draftsman . . . succinct . . . teams with ( " orbitt . . . takes things ea.sy . . . " Clemson ' s just jealous. " 20 51 Pakkei! Jacksox Coubitt, Jit. " Jack " . . . Parkei-Elnirg, West Virginia . . . Marietta College (B.S. ) . . . Army Air Corps . . . Psi Omega . . . married . . . two children . . . " mountain dew " devotee . . . Ijuys Carr ' s used cars . . . wrestler . . . microphonitis . . . chinned on an endoform . . . Clemson ' s heckler on culture . . . " Wonderful state back home. " DoxALD William Cowe " Don " . . . Kenova, West Virginia . . . Marshall College . . . Marine Corps . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . one child . . . industrious . . . types notes . . . likes Denver altitude . . . blinker . . . atalM-ine addict . . . VA . . . " Got any old exams? " Benjamin Salts Ceosby, Je. " Ben " . . , " Bing " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College . . . Boston University , . . Army . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . .lournal 12... Mirror (Photo- graphy Editor 4) . . . Class Historian 1 . . . married . . . two children . . . methodical . . . able photographer . . . unassuming . . . class projectionist 1 . . . conscientious . . . has mure hair than Cullen . . . " Doctor, isn ' t that contraindicated? " 0Vt%. 21 19 «3 , Ernest Joseph Ceowley " Ernie " . . , Xorweil, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross (B.S.) . . . Navy . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice-President 3. President 4) . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Interfraternity Council 4 . . . Mirror (3. Associate Editor 4) . . . Class Treasurer 1 . . . Class Vice-President 4 . . . energetic . . . genuine . . . confirmed liachelor . . congenial . . . unruffled . . . aphthous stoinatitis . . . galluses . . . mass production . . . dental 6th sense ... " I can ' t work till I ' m all gassed up. " . . . " Meet you at Reagan ' s. " Gilbert Herbert Cullen " Gil " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland (B.S.) . . . Navy . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Master 3, 4) . . . Interfraternity Council (Vice-President 3, 4) . . . Journal 2 . . . Mirror 4 . . . married . . . politician . . . chief of naval intelligence . . . dogmatic . . . non-fertile pate . . . " But, I ' m not an AO ! " . . . " Naw-vi ' -w-w. " RjVlph Francis D ' Amico " Ralph " . . . New Haven, Connecticut . . . Georgetown University . . . Army . . . married . . . one child . . . expecting . . . excellent technician . . . tall and slender . . . aspiring prosthodontist . . . microscopic notes . . . sombre . . . efficient . . . hard to approach . . . borrower . . . " You ' re doing it the hard way ! " 22 51 Thomas Hardy Daeden " Tom " . . . Ahoskie, North Carolina . . . Wake Forest College (B.S.) . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . Mirror 4 . . . Gorgas Odontological Society (Historian 4) . . . pianist . . . asthenic type . . . Phi Beta Kappa . . . affahle . . . specialist in roentgenology . . . easygoing . . . " Oh, I should have stood In hed. " JoHK Jacou Dalb, Jli. " Sailboat " . . . ITnion City, New Jersey ... St. Peter ' s College (A.B. ) . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . shoulders . . . Packard playboy . . . histrionic . . . exophthalmic . . , vivid imagination . . . women troubles . . . hyperenthusi- astic . . . drape shape . . . autliority on green stain . . . good mixer . . . Pontanella ' s fellow researcher . . . " New .Ter.sey was never like this. " . . . " Gorgas? What ' s thai ' . ' " John Harold Deakman " Dorque " . . , Harmony, North Carolina . . . TJniver.sity of North Carolina . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas Odontological Society (Secretary 4) . . . Class Treasurer 12 . . . Mirror 4 . . . Army Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . benedict . . . unruffled . . . Psi O booster . . . congenial . . . pear shape . , . sharp sister . . . " Hey, Hose, wait for me. " 23 19 Carl Wesley Dickens " Carl " . . . Castalia, North Carolina . . . Wake Forest College (B.S. ) . . . Navy . . . Psl Omega (Senator 4) . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . photogenic . . . furnishes transportation deluxe . . . imperturhahle . . . ruminator . . . vintage of 1926 . . . esthetic • ' You all . J MEs Caeey Doxoiiue jf . I »1 " ' - " Jim " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College . . . Army Air Force . . . Xi Psi Phi (Secretary 4) . . . married . . . one child . . . frustrated fishernuui . . . macrodontia . . . amicahle . . . Zip enthusiast . . . nimrod ... fly boy . . . " AVell. there I was at 10.000 feet when . . . . " Harry Eugene Elledge " Buck " . . . Okeechobee, Florida . . . T ' niversity of Florida . . . Army Air Force . . . Psi Omega . . . confirmed bachelor . . . bow tie . . . Romeo . . . parsimonious . . . ran Big Sid a close second . . . exuberant . . . blind date victim , . . " Shucks. t ' wMs nothing at all. " . . . " Who stole mv liottle? " 24 51 Gekalu Vixce ;t Eskow " Jerry " . . . Perth Amhoy, Xcw Jersey . . . Newark College of Rutgers T ' liiversity . . . Alpha Omega (President 3) . . . Interfraternity Council (3 Secretary 4i . . . married . . . garrulous . . . sound and fury . . . ubiquitous . . . waddle instead of walk . . . chair section 40-50 . . . aspiring periodontist §2 . . . follows Berenson . . . " Becuss " . . . " Ah, he ' s a shmoe. " JOH.N EUWIX FiDLER " John " . . . Tioga. West Virginia . . . (Jlenville State College . . . Marine Corps . . . Psi Omega (Guardian 4| . . . Army Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . sincere . . , liandy man with a mashie . . . tempestuous when aroused . . . conscientious . . . good listener . . . " Ha. ha. you ' re foolin ' . " GuiDo Louis Fontanella " Duke ' ' . . . Meriden, Connecticut . . . University of Con- necticut . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . married . . . lease on slioe shine chair . . . premarital hotrod . . . coffee and paper . . . " racketeer " . . . good natured . . . gas artist . . . laughing boy . . . " Hey -eh, what ' s he say? " . . . " Eleven o ' clock. Elizalx ' lh. let ' s go home. " 25 19 JoHA ' Reece Fundeeburk, Jr. " Hose " . . . Lancaster. South Carolina . . . The Citadel . . . University of South Carolina . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega (Chief Inquisitor 3) . . . married . . . happy-go-lucky . . . yakity-yak . . . BCDS ancestry . . . Southern gentleman . . . " Cold war is on. " . . . " My daddy done told me before I left " . John Thomas Gorman " Gummy " . . . Cumberland. Mar.vland . . . Yale University (B.A.) . . . Navy . . . shaky . . . education via memory . . . tonsorialist . . , ponderous felinity . . ex-gridder . . . casual dres.ser . . . red-hot telephone personality . . . " Loan me your notes. " . . . " You going my way? " John Norman Grabner " Norm " Baltimore, Maryland University of Mary- land . . . U. S. Naval Reserve (retired) . . . Psi Omega . . . rota-seat oijerator . , . boundles- energy . . . sports enthusiast . . . noisy . . . effusive . . . friendly . . . shirt off: his back . . . " D ' ja get your slip this week? " . . . " Get off my back, will .va? " 26 51 Joseph P vii- Guido " Joe " . . . Grant Town, West Virginia . . . Fairmont State College . . . Array . . . Psi Omega (Historian 4) . . . Gorgas Odoniological Society . . . midnight to morning study ses- sions . . . courageous pessimist . . . dogged determination . . . coal miner . . . liair stylist . . . solid . . . undeiTlassnien ' s friend . . . Mamie ' s dentist . . . " Boy, did I flunk that one " . . . " I ' m not Mauro. " JoHX Vail Hawley " Jack " . . . Swanton. Vermont . . . University of Vermont . . . Naval Air Corjis . . . married . . . three children . , . caustic vi ' it . . . faculty ' s judge and executioner . . . angry flush . . . Commander, Dundalk Express . . . secures at 4 :;r!0 . . . intrepid . . . formidable . . . sudorific . . . veterinarian . . . " Have you seen Legband ' : " ' . . . " You young fellers . . . . " Hugh Feaxcis Hicks " Hugh " . . . " Chamberlain " . , . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Navy . . . Psi Omega (Historian 3) . . . married . . . honey dripper . . . softspoken . . . chip off the old block . . . junk dealer . . . i)assion for light bulbs . . . frustrated baritone . . . meticulous . . . nomad . . . " Gosh. I don ' t kn jw. " . . . " That iieriodontics is amazing! " 27 19 Donald Hajimoivd Hobbs " Dan " . . . Pikesville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Army Air Force . . . Psi Omega (P ditor 3) ... Mirror ( Fraternit.v Editor 4 ) . . . married . . . brief case and horn rims . . . manipulator . . . extracurricular auctioneer . . . sly srin . . . liarber shop harmonist . . . sense of humor . . . nose wrinkler . . . " Have you heard this one? " Raymond Joseph Hojnaski " Ray " . . . " Runiciu " . . . Baltimore. Mar.vland . . . Loyola College . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (Chief Interrogator 3, Treasurer 4) . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Class Secretary 3 . . . iwlitico . . . many irons in the tire . . . book salesman . . . lilackboard promoter . . . beaver . . . piscatorial pursuits . . . Ho-gin-aski . . . " Yes, there is a j. " ' . . . " Hi fellows. " MyeojN ' Bee2 -aed Hymes, Je. " Myke " . . . Buckhannon, West Virginia . . . West Virginia Wesleyan College . . . Army Air Corps . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . married . . . one child . . .reparteeist . . . needier . . . perennial crew cut . . . ears . . . procrastinator . . . Ichabodish . . . " Garsh " . . . " I ' ve got a 4:30 patient. " 28 51 " Stan " YOSHITO IjVOUYE Lihue, Kauai. Territory of Hawaii Viiiverisity of Hawaii (B.S.) . . . Society . . . married . . incessant worker . . . c . . . double ancestry . Army . . . Gorgas Odontological . one child . . . quietly jocular . . . and b enthusiast . . . gold credits . . orthodontic asplrer . . . Izaak Walton landlubber . " It ' s eeeeasy. " " Whatchamacall " " See ! Then you take um John Olivee |I{!n. ,pp, Je. " Jack " . . . Morgantown, West Virginia . . . University of West Virginia . . . Navy ... XI Psl Phi (Vice-President 4) . . . Gorgas Odontologlcal Society . . . out-door look . . . ex-gridder . . . hillbill.v drawl . . . Zip party man . . . prac- tical dentistry . . . prefers announced exams . . . " Drop ' em " . . . " Doctor hows cum? " . . . " That ' s a crock ....! " Jacob Komeos " Jack " . . . Providence, Rhode I-sland . . . Providence College . . . Navy . . . Alpha Omega (Secretary 3 and 4) . . . married . . . rumbling basso . . . unruffled . . . adenoidal . . . sonorous . . . guppy grower . . . " Doctor, can you help me? " . . . " One-fourth the enamel wall? " . . . " Black may not have said, but Implied . . . . " V ' V- 29 19 GoLDEisr LeEoy T.AxnGiiEx " Goldie ' ' . . . Salt Lake City, t ' tah . . . Brigham Young University . . . Army ... XI P. ' i Thi (Sentinel 4) . . . married . . . .shy . . . unassuming . . . liurler deluxe . . . twisted grin . . . Kadon-ist . . . iK)tential energy . . . gold foil advocate . . . Utah commuter . . . doesn ' t own a tie ... " I should have gone to Southern California. " Booth Gilma:s " Leavitt " Booth " . . . Madison, Maine . . . University of Maine (B.S. ) . . . Army Air Corps . . . married . . . one child . . . Malne- stemmer . . . hirsute . . . energetic . . . cheerful . . . home- brewer . . . violinist . . . jimmy-jawed . . . duster sucker . . . Foley ' s rubescent woodsman . . . " Better buy Buick. " Frederick Theodore Legbaxd " Fritz " . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . Upsala College . . . Army ... XI Psi Phi . , . Mirror 4 . . . married . . . two children . . . Booth ' s morning movie companion . . . mus- cularis zygomaticus contractor . . . sport coats . . . spon- taneous witticisms . . . " Has Dr. Nuttall assigned any new lab work In the past month? " . . . " But my wife knows the Zips meet only once a month ! " 30 Claudius Bancroft Lesesne " Buddy " . . . ColumMa. South Carolina . . . Clemson Agricultural College (B.S. ) . . . Army . . . married . . . two children . . . Southern drawl . . . unassuming . . . balding bambino . . . John C. Calhoun ' s successor . . . serious . . . softspoken . . . concise . . . pensive . . . " It seems to me .... " ... " It ' s pronounced La-sane, Doctor ! " Feedeeick Lee Lester " Fred " . . Huntington, West Virginia . . . Marshall College (B.S.) . . . Army Air Force . . . Class Treasurer 3 . . . Gorgas Odontological Society (Vice-Pre.sident 4) ... Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . two children . . . Ipana model . . . congenial . . . mild-mannered . . . effervescent laughter . . . chemist . . . " Hi there fellows. " Haeey Ra,ymond McCauley, Jr. " Mac " . . . Baltimore. Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . Fred ' s other wife . . . un- married, but hasn ' t conceded defeat . . . upper eyelids synchronized with the lecture room shades . . . balbutient . . . siwntaneous pneumothorax . . . the thin man . . . " Mix a little pumice and sandrac varnish : it works as well as Christohalite. " 31 19 Ralph William McCue " Mac " . . . Blueflekl. West Virginia . . . Virginia Polyteelinie Institute . . . Army Air Force . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Mirror 4 . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Class President 3 . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . two children . . . sincere . . . worried look . . . bow ties . . . industrious . . . McDougal ' s chief advisor . . . neat notes . . . Softball whiz . . . never drives an empty car . . . " Let ' s go home — anyone going my way? " FOEEEST GlE T McDoUGAL " Mac " . . . Barrackvllle, West Virginia . . . Fairmont State College . . . Army Air Force . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . one child . . . plodder . . . ixiop procurer . . . whisperer . . . Dr. " Bio " Vanden Bosche " s apples and oranges man . . . holes instead of moles ... " I bet I busted it ! " jAiFES Francis Mahon " Jim " . . . .ler.sey City, New .Jersey . . . Fordhara University . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . married . . . canine fancier . . . " Son, let ' s see if you can smile " (Dr. Miller) . . . schedules five o ' clock patients . . . accomplished tumbler . . . jitterbug . . . Jersey slang . . . Mallow ' s mis-speller . . . " But, Dr. Medina, I have better access when I remove the tooth from the dentiform. " 32 51 Stanley Ray Mallow " Stan " . . . Upper Tract. Ve?t Virginia . . . Potomac State School ... XI Psi Plii . . . till.v-happy liillliill.v . . . speed merchant . . . isjchemie orator . . . puts fillinss in faster than they can fall (Hit . . . seminar clinician . . . gullible . . . suction head . . . naive . . . squeaky . . . " Wow. Mac. did you see that? " . . . " .Tolm, do you think Pm asthenic? " John Maitro, Jr. " Pete " . . . New Haven. (Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut . . . Army . . . Mirror 4 . . . married . . . class Icalist . . . hypoaltidudinous, hypercardium . . . Pagliacci . . . MID specialist . . . divorced Tom to marry Harriet . . . " Pve got to hurry home and cook spaghetti. " . . . " ( " hee — tanks. " William Wayne Mkrow " Bill " . . . Sparta, Wiscon.sin . . . University of West Virginia . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (Secretary ;;, Junior Master 4) . . . Class Vice-President 2, .3 . . . Class President 4 . . . Gorgas Odontological Society (Treasurer 4) . . . married . . . one child . . . soft six)ken . . . luminary . . . unobtrusive . . . the perfect husband . . . ambidextrous . . . professional bearing . . . flash grin . . . Nordic . . . orthodontic aspirant . . . culinary calamities , . . " If we all ipiiet down. we can get out ' a here in a hurry. " 33 19 -r? Samuel James Moffett, Jr. " Sam " . . . Hartford, ( ' unneetU-ut . . . Providence College . . . Navy . . . Xi Psi Phi , . . Reagan ' s regent . . . reserved . . . flironie liilateral ccllnlitis . . . culinary talents . . . Zip liarteiider . . . ardent spnrtsfau . . . pauciloquent . . . prosthetic nightmares . . . " Chees — is that right? " CLEMit Edward Montgomery, Je. " Monty ' , . . Keyser. West Virginia . . . Potomac State School . . . Navy . . . married . . . two children . . . ultra operator . . . Jl-section technician . . . puts his pedodontia requirements to lied every night . . . expeditious bagger . . . " Hell, why do it that way? " carpet Philip Stafford ] Iora,x " Phil " . . . West Hartford, Connecticut . . . Providence College . . . Navy . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 3) . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . married . . . gas artist . . , meticulouo . . . harassed . . . " I ' hil(m) never lets up " . . , " She just won ' t get up " . . . " Everybody ' s ahead of me. I only have fifteen units of prosthetics, twenty inlays, etc., etc " 34 51 Jekald Joseph Moegaxstein " Jerry " . . . Fall River. Miissaeliusetts . . . Brown Tniversity (A.B. ) . . . Navy . . . Alpha (Jiuej;!! . . (iorsiis Oduiitological Society . . . unassnniini; liaclielor , . . class projectionist fl . . . molasses in January . . . Chevy convertible . . . week-end trips . . . strong and silent . . . bask( teer . . . " My patient didn ' t show up today. " . . . " The trouble with her is she ' s in love with me. ' ' JoifN Andrew Noel " Jack " . . . Lancaster, Penn.sylvania . . . JXount St. Mary ' s College (B.S.) . . . Army Air Force . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . married . . . two children . . . quiet . . steady . . . coniiiosed . . . amicable . . . Lancaster historian . . torus mandilndaris . . . poet . . . gingival ero.sion . . . Hessian bob . . . " Let ' s get this out of our .system. " Willi A r Leonard Nitfer " Nuf " . . . Ooldsboro, X(jrth Carolina . . North Carolinn State College . . . Navy . . . Psl Omega . . . Army Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . chronic interrogator . . . tarheel drawl . . . . nslralian crawl . . . turtle fancier . . . white socks . . . odd .job man . . . car ninffs and nuiltler . . . Time in his hands . . . sallow . . . " We don ' t d i il that way in North Carolina. " . . . " Doctah, do you luciin that . . .■: " ' »!«fc;; 35 19 CoRXELirs O ' Neil O ' Faereli- " Neil " . . . White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia . . . University of West Virginia . . . Navy . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . married . . . lecture hall somnolence . . . Thanksgiving Day groom , . . spnrtcoater . . . loutl ties . . . ashes ehind his teeth . . . the O ' fe . . . late riser . . . the morning after the night before . . . " Say Hu l(ly, hi-ya doin ' ? " Edi ' ardo Ortiz, Jr. " Eddie " . . . San Juan. Puerto Rico . . . Mount St. Mary ' s College (B.S. ) . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Class Sergeant- at-Arms 4 . . . married . . . believes in background . . . giving up island home . . . Kay ' s dentist . . . nhaky . . . camouflaged Puerto Uican . . . sincere . . . obliging . . . considerate . . . " Check that. " Santia cjo Pamlla, Jr. " Chaguin " . . . Cabo Kojo, Puerto Uico . . . University of Puerto Kico . . . Army . . . superior labial hirsuteness . . . (iod ' s gift to weemin . . . iiiceps flexor . . . Foley ' s dancing orator . . . wrestler . . . self-fancied lady killer . . . lone wolf . . . oral gold mine . . . " But Doctoor, my work ees lieeutifool. " . . . " How vou sav eet? " 36 51 CUKTIS EUGEXE PaTTERSOX " Pat " . . . Kaniiapolis, Xorth Carolina . . . Catawba College (A.B.) . . . Army Air Force . . . Psl Omega . . . giver of confidential information . . . class door closer and lights-out man . . . moaner . . . quantity . . . class tabulator . . . tete a tete conversationalist . . . heli)ful . . . " It wasn ' t my fault. " . . . " They don ' t like me, and I think they ' re out to get me. " Fkank A ' THO ' Y PI ' TO " Pint " . . . Bridgeport. Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut (B.S.) . . . Army . . . married . . . one child . . . ready smile . . . always a little joke to tell . . . pedodontist . . . head is pushing through his hair . . . baseliiiU prophet — footl)all loss . . . maitre de cuisine . . . funny lingers . . . jelly-roll laugh . . . " O.K. Pat, you turn out the lights. " Sylvan Pleet " Syl " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . T ' niversity of Maryland . , . Navy . . . Alpha Omega . . . married . . , one child . . . eom-PIeet with Shpritz . . . on-lay shoulders . . . pompadour . . . Cheyne-Stokes laugh . . . devil-may-care . . . " Hey, Where ' s Norty? " 37 19 Stanley Anthony Poleway " Stan " . . . Shinnston. West Virginia . . . University of Wpst Virginia . . . Army Air Forcp . . . Psi Omega . . . patent leatlier liair . . . independent . . . golfer par deluxe . . . yakity-yak . . . coal miner . . . toothcarver . . . speedy technician . . . eight unit bridge . . . gum chewer ... " I told him that a week ago. " ... " I do it this way. " Glenn Boyles Poling " Reverend " . . . P.cliiigton. West Virginia . . . University of West Virginia . . . Navy . . . (iorgas Odontological Society . . . married . . . West Virginia humor . . . permanent medical-dental relation.ship . . . wiile grin . . . steady . . . rapid operator . . . practical . . . farmer gait . . . sounds like a countr.v preacher . . . " Here ' s the situation What would you do? " Cletus Avbe Reed " Gleet " . . . " Little Heed " . . . Middletown, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Army . . . Psi Omega . . . married . . . unaffected . . . Deacon ' s little br(jther . . . the i: ause in the class roll call . . . contact len.s . . . hunky . . . typewritten notes . . . enters senior lab as Joe Dinalfi leaves . . . Henry Aldrich of BCDS . . . little Leocha . . . " Well, it ' s like this. " . . . " Damn if it isn ' t. " 38 5 lioLA.xji Vi. cE. r Kkeo, Jk. " Deacon ' ' . . . " Bis Ret ' d " . . . AVilmingtoii. Delaware . . . University of Delaware ( B.A. ) . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (Grand Master 4( . . . Interfraternity Council (I ' resident 4) . . . Mirror (o. Editor 4| . . . Class Historian 2. 8. 4 . . married . . . Wilmington weekender . . . Medicine notes on margin of Yatcr . . . I ' oxing mouthpiece . . . busy. l)usy. busy . . . four bfiur appointments . . . Nancy ' s favorite inlay specialist . . . lifeguard . . . cnllects parking tickets . . . blond brush . . . " Can ' t hear you back bei-e. Doctor. " . . . " Ho. " W I I.I.IA.M I .V1 ' ' AYETTE KiDIX(.;F,K " Cotton " . . . I ' earisburg. Virginia . . . Virginia Polytechnic Institute . . . Army Air Force . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . pink cheeks . . . Virginia drawl . . . mascara moustache (How else could you see if. ' ) . . . quiet until irritated . . . uses cu.spidor for stool . . . always needs a haircut . . . zoot suiter . . . " Now you take . . . . " " Ha-ell yes. ' ' Jack Dixox Kcjbektsox " .Tobn " . . . Logan. West ' irginia . . . University of Mary- laud . . . Army ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas O lontological Society . . . meticulous . . . argyle .socks and bow ties . . . owns a trick knee . . . can ' t take razzing . . . . ' scintillates on dance floor . . . designs own socks . . . teams with Tether . . . " Ha-ell no. ' ' ' 39 19 ,loii .losKiMi Koiii . s(i , .1 1;. " Robbie " . . . Cumberland, Maryland . . . Potomac State School . . . Navy . . . Gorgas Odontologlcal Society (Presi- dent 4) . . . Mirror 4 . . . married . . . two children . . . quiet . . . dry sense of humor . . . exixistulates facetiously . . . class projectionist 3 . . . ex-band leader . . . slow and deliberate . . . redundant . . . " Well, now, it seems to me . . . . " HowABD Beeteam Rosen " Howie " . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Florida (B.S.) . . . Army . . . Ali ha Omega (Historian 3) . . . Nuttall ' s idolizer . . . chronic worrier . . . transplanted Floridian . . . grey streak . . . breakfast on the fly . . . Berenson ' s booster . . . referrals from K.V.R. . . . closer of clinic . . . Churchill essayist . . . " How do you study for this? " . . . " That ' s EUedge ' s work. " . . . " How many restorations do you have in? " Eael Devens Koy " Earl " . . . Manchester, New Hampshire ... St. Anselm ' s College . . . Army . . . married . . . three children . . . generous . . . ptosis . . . gyroscopic cranium . . . odd jobs . . . Montgomery ' s shadow . . . Rx, caffeine, prn . . . always in a hurry . . . determination . . . " How do you like this, huh? " 40 51 Elizabeth Axx Schneider " Betty " . . . " Liz " . . . Washington. D. t ' . . . . University of ilaryland . . . Mirror 4 . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Class Secretary 1, 2 . . . Miss Dentistry . . . Powell ' s other half . . . erythematous ears . . . good sport . . . pyrotechnical technician . . . everyliody ' s inspiration . . . chronic knitter . . . Biddy to the freshman chicks . . . " Miss Schneider, Dr. Dabrowski. not Mrs. Schwartz! . . . " Oil heck. " . . . " Certainly " . . . " Shaw. " WlI.I.I.VM JoIIXS SlIEAI.Y " Bill " . . . Leesville, South Carolina . . . Wofford College (B.S. ) . . . Army . . . Psi Omega (Editor 4) . . . Mirror (Senior Editor 4l . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . legs . . . freckles . . . Goh Humor fan . . . everybody ' s friend . . . thesis middleman . . . ex-itedagogue . . . biggest problem — WOMAN . . . witticisms . . . limitless vocab . . . interlocutor . . . Psi O ' s Xmas reader . . . Mr. Foley ' s rival . . . thinking of becoming permanent fixture in Air Force . . . " It ' s a durn good-un. " . . . " What the fire ! " Norwood Shpkitz " Norty " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . (Jeorgetown Univer- sity . . . Army . . . Alpha Omega . . . incessant pipesmoker . . . excellent vocab . . . basso profuudo . . . poet . . . thyroid cartilage . . . cadaverish . . . formaliu dermatitis . . . promi- nent pate . . . bluebeard . . . " Here I am. Syl. " 41 19 Frederick Henky Stecoia t " Fretl " . . . " Curly " . . . Kiiltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College . . . Army . . . married . . . one child . . . sartorial resplendence . . . " Mr. T. " . . . life of the party . . . spon- taneous joke and story Improviser . . . better late than never . . . assured . . . model wife . . . drummer boy . . . apish imijersonations ... " I never knew what happiness was until I got married — then it was too late. " Kenneth Lowe Steavart " Curly " . . . Rochester Xew Hampshire . . . Univer.sit.v of New Hampshire . . . Army Air Force . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Interfrateruity Council (Treasurer 4) . . . Class Secretary 4 . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . married . . . one child . . . ingratiating smile . . . genial . . . New England accent . . . reticent . . . scoliosis . . . Zip ' s hot corner . . . " Hey, Curly, ain ' t this a dandy tine histiocyte ' " Blair Wilson, " Sxriip " Stumpy " . . . Cuud)erland, Maryland . . . Potomac State School . . . Army Air Force . . . (Jorgas ddontohigical Society . . . cautious operator . . . Inuie of Swan ' s existence . . . idiopathic allergy . . . back slapper . . . tables turned — he ' s now boring Dr. Oster . . . Herpes ' Oster . . . " Say. wissin here. " 42 51 RoHKKT Ieving Swan " Bob " . . . Shiiinstiiii, West Virginia . . . riiivfrsity of West Virginia . . . Army Air Force . , . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . lives for golf . . , tlie mute . . . slip Under . . . flamingo liue . . . Caterpillar ( " lull . . . pensive . . . " What ! Haven ' t you done that yet? " Herman Bykd Tetek " Tether " . . . Fort Seyliert. West Virginia . . . Bridgewater College (B.A. ) . . , married . . . typical liillsman . . . good natured . . . favorite palient. Vera . . . knows hilUiilly songs by the score . . . turkey farmer . . . fast technician . . . plays zither — especially " Byrd man I heme " . . . " Yes, Sir, ril try. " James Ehwak-h Tether " Jet " , . . " Teter " . , . (ireenliell. .M.-irybind . . . I ' niversity of Maryland . . . Xi I ' si I ' hi (Treasurer 4) , , , Gorgas Odontological Society , . , exacting , . , jiersistent , . . lecture interrupter , , . tiptoe classroom trips . , . run. Jet, run . . . conscientious . . . originator of endoform cheeks . . . dental dealers " deliglit . . . omniverous reader , . , Cletus " s secretary . . . " Can we assume then . . . ' ' . " . . . " Black says . . . . " . »1 f 43 19 Louis Charles Tieoletto " Lou " . , . New Haven, roiineeticut . . . T ' liiversity of Marylanil . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Stntlent Activities Council (1. 2. 3. Cliairman 4 . . . Oorsas Odontological Society . . . stniley . . . man of moods . . . bow legs . . . adroit technician . . . classroom heckler . . . chef sui)erb . . . student adnexa . . . c and b lab occupant . . . " That ' s for the Htudenls though ! " . . . " Boy. that ' s neat ; howdja do it. Doctor? " " Don " Don Hakding Titus Moundsville, West Virginia University of West Virginia . . . Army . . privileged hospital lot parker macrodontia . . . slow speech . cigar salesman . . . harmonist married . . . golfer . . . related to perio . . calm . . . arrid wit . . " Hey, Leo. " Leontius Walter Toffic " Leo " . . . Bergenfleld, New Jersey . . . Bergen Junior College . . . Army . . . married . . . two children . . . affable . . . corny jokester . . . another Dundalk Expresser . . . domesticated . . . hen-pecked . . . ex-jeweler . . . coffee and Camels . . . " My brother told me it was easy. " . . . " Let me show you how. " 44 51 Pavi.e Daxte Toere " P.D. " . . . Hoboken, New Jersey . . . . . Naval Air Corps . . . Xi Psi Phi . Sergeant-at-Arms 1, 2 . . . articulate routine with Mauro . . . vivacious . tlons of Face on the liarroom Floor . the stage . . . golfer . . . dramatist . . . . Seton Hall College . . Mirror 4 . . . Class . . . song and dance . . tearjerking rendi- . . secret passion for vertebral disc jockey . . . trumpeteer . . . " New York. New York — it ' s a wonderful town. " . . . " I ' ve learned more than Dentistry in Baltimore. " Alvin Ernest Underwood " Buck " . . . Carthage, North Carolina . . . University of North Carolina . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi (Chief Herald 4i . . . married . . . three children . . . boisterous . . . well liked . . . belly chuckles . . . noon-time cuist . . . exodontist . . . ebullient . . . practical class room questions . . . " Rah. rah, Carolina, ' lina. " ... " A man ' s gotta know that stuff. " . . . " Why sure! " Kenneth William Volk " Ken " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College (A.B. ) . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . married . . . tennis expert . . . youthful face . . high strung . , . puerile voice . . . Underwood ' s rack man . . . occupational hunch . . . needier . . . long legged or short waisted? . . . " and that ' s the way it is. " 45 19 George Albeet Weir, Jr. " George " (. ' ollesje . Providence, Rhode Island . . . Providence Army Air Force . . . Xi Psi Plii (Sentinel 2, 3; Pledge Master 4) . . . married . . . two children . . . angle man . . . glib tongue . . . fast operator . . . jeweler ' s rouge on the nose . . . patient education . . . clinic bottleneck . . . generous . . . proud of Doris ' feats . . . ulcer ... " I just made the most gaw-jous preparation that I have ever seen. " Wii. iM li. XD. l.L WlI.SOX " Bill " . . . Eustix)rt, Maryland . . . .Johns Hopkins University (B.E.) . . . Xavy . . , Xi Psi Phi (Secretary 3» . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . married . . . expecting . . . purist . . . assiduous . . . jack of all trades . . . sparks . . . dreamy-eyed di-scourses . . . l r. Dosh ' s informer . . . yachts- man . . . fisherman . . .hypnotist . . . pegged Incisors . . . faculty furbisher . . . " Is that right ' ? " . . . " You don ' t say. " . . . " Uh-uh. " Tiro: rAs Eugexe Wolf " Tom " . . . Lancaster. Pennsylvania . . . Franklin and Marshall College (B.S. ) . . . Army Air Force . . . Psi Omega . . . ( " lass Treasurer 4 . . . alopecious . . . meticulous . . . pleasingly plump . . . story teller . . . confirmed I ' aclie- lor . . . indestructible . . . bargain hunter . . . pedantic . . . misogynist . . . " I og eat dog! " . . , " So. this patient calls me up aaaand .... ! " 46 51 Eriw. Henry Za,gui-a " Zuk " . . . Wt ' irtoii, West Vii ' sinia . . . T ' tiivorsity of West Virginia . . . Aniiy . . . I ' si ()n)i ' .i;:i { Iiitcrrof;at(ir 4| , . . married . . . fastididusly neat . . . acruiiiiilished atlilfte . . quiet strengtli . , . worried (iperator . . . cowlicli . . . big hearted . . . recnmljent student . . . fried Iiam sand- wiches . . . ace bandage . . . cardiac hypochondriac . . . " Tliink this inlay will ever tit ' . ' " . . . " Lend me your comb. " . . . " Holy cow ! " Jose Antonio Zequeiea " Ghelo " . . . Santurce, Puerto Rico . . . I ' niversity of Puerto Rico (B.S. ) . . . Army . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . marrii ' d . . . Latinist . . . American .slang . . . well groomed . . , classroom troubadour . . . frustrated percussionist . . . chronic Iiorrower . . . lecture undertone . . . jwstage stamp notes . . . frontal exostosis . . . taxis to school . . . " Holy Cow. I ruined it ! " . . . " I want to siKike with yfiu. " The three-legged pede.stal — symboHc of denial Education, Literature and Organi- zation, the triad upon which rest.s our professional progress — supporting the ever-burning flame of crowning brilli- ance, exemplifying achievements of the past, the fullness of the present and sug- gesting the future with its opportunities tor continued and improved service to man- Idnd. 47 48 SeHht 49 yhe ehic J Kn. U ' iu I. l„iriH;;i.ii 1: ( ' Hi-I-N i ' l, -.-ih I Kiniiii 1- L. lnml ■ l.nn I: |i iim.i I; L.,. i Second Row: S. Bereiisun, C BrigaJa, E. Blondel, G. Eskuw, N. Grauiitr, H. ElleOge, H. Hieks, It. Carr, T. Clemem, J. Dcaiman, R. Funderburk, J. Corbitt, D. Cowe, M. Hymes. Third Row: Y. Inouye. R. Hojnaski, J. Komros. M. Bartletl. J, Gorman, J. Hawley, J. Daub, F. Lesler, W. Brown, H. McCauley, J. Donohue, X . Hobbs, D. Cimini. Fourth Row: J. Guido, R. Az2aro, E. Crowley, G. Cullen, T. Barry. T. Darden, E. Arm.stroiiK. G. Fontanella, J. Clemson. .T. CloNver. C. Dickens, J. Fidler, D. Buchness. Kneeling: W. Shealy, F. Stegman. T. Wolf. E. Zagula, J. Mauro. F. McDougal, R. McCue, S. Padilla. Second Row: A. Underwood, J. Zequeira, G. Weir, L. Toffic, W. Ridinger, E. Roy, C. Patterson, E. Schneider, S. Poleway, K. Stewart, L. Tiroletto, E. Ortiz, C. O ' Parrell, P. Torre. Third Row: D. Titus, R. Swan, B. Stump, S. Mallow. J. Morganstein, W. Wilson, W. Meroiv, R. Reed, J. Robinson. W. Nufer, P. Moran, C. Montgomery, F. Pinto. Fourth Row : C. Reed, J. Robertson, G. Poling, J. Noel, J. Tether, S. Moffett. K. Volk, N. Shpritz, H. Rosen, J. Mahon. B. Teter. Not Pictured : S. Pleet. 50 JuHh9 ' ClaM CLASS UFFIC ' EKS rrrsident W. Scott Moore, Jr. ' ire-Preside III M. Etge-ne Hixds Kerretury William T. Pexxell Treasurer T110MA3 E. J)()Oi.ey Seri eruif-Kt-Ann.s Robert J. Jozefiak 11 isl()ri(xn - Howard C. Keece Knecliiijj: T. JJoolcy, H. Reece, M. Iliads Standing: R. Jozefiak, W. Moore, W. Pennell ( ludd J idtori f At last we were on llie clinic floor! What a imiltitudc of eonnotatious these few words invoked; years of preparation, white gowns, three rnl)])er dams — . There were a lot of facetious remarks about " Men in white " , but our adopted l)hise attitude could not quite conceal the pride and satisfaction we felt. One-Act Plav Scene: Dental Infirmary Background music: Orchestra softly phiys " I ' ll A ' cver Smile Vgaiii " Characters: (definitely) Tnstntctor. Prepare an MO amalgam tliere. Student. Yes sir. Instructor. The walls should converge just a little more. Student. Yes sir. Instructor. We should have jiist a bit iiun ' c retention here. Student. Yes sir. (A ten-minute interlude during wbicli sttident stands holding right hand high in the air) Instructor. Perhaps we had better make a gold inlay fur this tuotli. Student. Yes sir. Finis Wednesday aftcrndniis have produced a new game of musical chairs, " , yoti are losing yotir chair! " The Mixer Dance has become the high spot of the social season; same of the freshmen are still mi.xed up. The ctie for a stampede: " Diagnosis has an operative patient for a Junior. " One of the most over-worked sentences in school: " This is going to cost you a little more than we first thotight. " The year ' s experience brought us a more profound realization of the responsibilities of the dentist to the pul ]ic. The terms healtli service, liealing art, and public servant assumed a more personal meaning. We have achieved a greater understanding of the magnitude of our life work. Partially formed ideals are beginning to crystalize. The stinmhis of this year ' s clinical experience has created in us an insatiable appetite for tlie knowledge and skill we nnist yet attain to reach the goal each has set for himself. HowAiui C. Reece, Historian 51 52 JuHlCt W . 1 53 The Junhf Kiser, O. Capo, R. Allen, Sitting: W. McFarland, A. ' an i iss, !•:. Hiiuls, Z. Edwards, R. Carlough, E. LaBar. A. Friend, T. Korne:;,i ' D. Bell, A. In-scoe, I ' . Fticlicro. il. Bell. N. Higlislein. Second Row: S. Aronson, R. Axman, C. Eshelman, T. Dooley, J. Cirijlo, F. Car.sey. R. Chisholm, A. Ferranle. J. Barry, J. Brun, S. Blumenthal, J. Blakely, R. Bevan, I. Krawitz, F. Avant. N. Chapin. Third Row : C. Averill. I. Edelson. T. Leggett, J. Lavelle, J. Gantt, J. Burns, D. Hausrath, J. Fisher, R. Oilman, R. Axman, R. Brackbill, P. Burkett, G. Hartman, R. Jozeliak, W. Keefer, L, Greenberg, R. Hager, N. Garten, D. Eppel. Not Pictured : Ij. Currie, E. Hendrickson. Kneeling: P. Saxe, J. O ' Leary. J. Winter, 1. Uiiieits, C. Wells, F. Martin, J. Morley, P. McFarland. Second Row: J. Miller. J. Swalec, A. Simonson, H. Reece, J. Stinson, P. McGivney, A. Reed, P. Reguero, T. Salimeno J. Sherman, J. Vassar, V. Ottenritter. Third Row: R. Tesher, R. Williams, B. Tell, R. Synow.ski, R. Mitchell G. Macaulay, E. Roberts, R. Poling. J. Walker. Fourth Row: S. Moore. M. Nicholson. W. Wakai. R. Orrahood, R. Lescoe, A. Vance, D. Pugh, J. Price. I. Liltman, D Lincicome R Messe P. Valentin, W. Powell, 5-1 Little, L. Rodriguez, W. I ' ennell T. Payne, B. Vine, Martin, J. McKechnie, utU c tctnc e ClaM CLASS OFP ICERS President Geoege E. Gakkixgtox Viee-PreHident Robekt R. ] Iori!Isok Se r(ia7 ij Clatte B. Ra.misay Trea- ' inrer Ciiajsles L. Page, Je. Sevfiednt-dl-Artnn EnwAED I). Gaedenier ishiriiui XoEMAx A. Seese, Jr. iSiUi iij: E. Gardeiiier, G. Garriiijitini. ( ' . Raiiisav Standing: C. Page, IN " . Seese Not Pictured : R. Morrison L iadd J istor Last June a wearv but hopeful baud of freslnnen folded penknives, cached wax and lighter fluid, and broke ranks for a well-earned respite from academic labors. Midsummer mail from the Dean ' s office finally ended the suspense. Having proved its ability to distinguish cusps from fissures and cells from artifacts, the class of ' 53 convened for the sophomore tei-m with traditional standards of cockiness and confidence. Profound assurances from upperclassmen that everything eases up this year " abetted a stimulating feel- ing of mastery of Fate. Apjjarently, the administration ofi ' ered no such assurances for we were very abruptly brought luu-k, a la Shay, to the normal state of confiisifui essential to the learning process. Courses (some of them teaching dentistry) and instructors had changed, but a familiar routine remained: " We are not trying to make liac- teriologists out of you, l)nt — . " . . . " G. V. Elack states: — . " . . . " You boys just throw your teeth at the wax. LJidn ' t you see the demonstration T " . . . " Maybe you can ' t see it, but it ' s there. " . . . " You histologists ill the class will find. .. " ... " Your contact was good, but — are you from Connecticut " . . . " Your patient was screaming while you made that preparation. " . . . " For the benefit of you neuroanatomists — . " But as time passed, worthy effort conquered. Impelled by either despair or inspiration, new talent sprang forth in many fields of endeavor, even that of fatherhood. As the end of the year approaches, membership in our chosen profession draws nearer, and its demands and responsibilities become more challenging. Our confidence continues, liolstered by the acquisition of techniques; our determination increases and our cockiness is replaced by humble and critical self-apprais- al. In anticipation of the clinic floor next fall, our hopes are for inspiration from the many who have pre- ceded us, benevolence from those over us, and the courage of martyrs in those entrusted to our care. May we, in turn, be merciful. X. A. Seese, Historian 55 7A 56 Cfihmct ' e S7 yke cf hmcfeJ 3ii«iViv.l ' J4, ' S -. " •i.-£f S;ik L-ie-.-iilitSJ»i ' t-;-i " V. - Kneeling: A. Birnbaum, H. Cooper, W. Kidd. J. Gibson, G. Boyles, F. Devanny, J. Bloom. Second Row: H. Goldberg, C. Blue. D. Glessner, J. Bonura, H. Di Nardo, D. Aiken, E. Coslianes, R. Hart, W. Carroll, J. Bouquet- Chautemps, M. Jagiel.ski, H. Hirano, T, Harris, D. Cook. Third Row: E. Gardenier. G. Colon-Bonet. J. Cannizzaro, J. Oatewood, V. Adkins, O. .Tack.son, A. Gagnon. E. Howard, C. Irvin, L. Isbister, H. Pellenbaum. W, Graham, A. Bak. Fourth Row: J. Childress, H. Arant, G. Garrington, R. Comb.s, R.Harrison. H. Haymond, J. King, G. Koehler, L. Conlin. G. Edgarian, G. Pogtman, H. Desjardirs, A, Berguido, S. Abrams. Not Pictured: S. Bernstein, R. Bridgeman. Kntelins ; 1 ' . Ui t ra-Tor i t-. , JJ. i ' le.s.■ , ( " . Itarii.-aj-, ij. . Iedeinj.-,, G. i rliiulisf jiu. K. .SiUJpiiisli ' U. I ' . Lmiuui. H. talzgei. ii. i Mii ii K I uckej C. Teets. Second Row: H. Kohlhepp. B. Yost, W. Maslowski, J. Markwood, F. Parsons. R. Novello, W. Stone, A. Spadafore, G. Trust, C. Rosa, D. Rolley, S. Riggs P. Walters. C. Saul. Third Row: .1. Lanza. M. Meyers. .J. Alunera, .J. Murray, W. Wolfel, R. Morrison, H. Rucker, C Ledbetter, R. AlcNaniara, K. Pi-entice, ,1. Mitchell, G. Oduber, D. Laird. F ourth Row C. Page. A. Maclsaac, S. Landman, W. Seiberi, W. Seward. J. Ulrich, C. Wahlberg, N. Seese. D. Shupe, H. Werlz, K. Rankin, W. McBrayer. 5S i ' cAtnaH ClaM CLASS OFFICKUS Pr(Kidenl -lojix il. Scuaeffer Vice-President Doxai.d E. Stakek Sccrehtri Calvix J. Gavf.i; Tre(u,nrer Joirx Al. Fi;a,cas8(j Scri eanf-nf-Ariiis W. Fi;ei)ei;]Ck Wirrj ' E Uish.riiiii Ijarbaba E. Seifert Front Roir: l . Seifevt, .1. Sdiaert ' er Second Roiv: J. Fraeasso, C. Gaver, W. White, J). Staker ( iudd J iSior 1 On registration day the one hnndrcd and eleven nienihers of the ehiss of ' 54 were so pler.scd to liave progressed this far with their dental education, that thev did not realize how inndi work was fortheoniing if they planned to remain at the ECDS. After one week of heing targets for the Hahn. Vaiiden Bosche, and McCrea .cannons, our views as- sumed serious proportions. Add to this Drs. Miller and Williamson, stir well, and you know the stew we were in. Every day our respect for the upperclassmcn increased; they had cudaired all this. Ours is a class with diverse backgrounds. Some of our grtmp served during the past war. while uuiny others were still in high school at that time. A large number of our group are married, and many of this group have taken on the responsibilities of parenthood. Iir spite of this diversification we all have a common underlying seriousness of purpose: to become members of the esteemed dental profession. Each day our respect and admiration for the graduate dentist grows. With God ' s help vc shall humbly endeavor to follow in his footsteps. Barbara E. Seifert, Historian 59 60 te hmcH Kneeling: (i. Hurst. R. Houle, C. Gaines, D. Kaplan, .1. Amley, K. Hinisuik, II. ( ' ailisle. .1. Abbott, R. Collins, H. Ko.ssoil. C, Holmes. Second Row; S. Krizan, W. Granruth. J. Fracasso, D. Gaines, R. Chun, S. Kogan, L. Hellerman, D. Gorby, R. Bricker, A. Capozzoli, W. Bruce, J. Conte, W. Crowl, A. Bryant, J. Brouilletto. Third Row: A. Bange, C. Hanley, H. Honick, W. Gaffney, C Gaver, C. Georgiades, J. Griffith, L. D ' Arezzo, C. Brandenburg. W. Buciak. I. Adams, F. Barnard, H. deFries, P. Denu. Fourth Row: E. Leatherman, E. Leach. H. Hayzlett. .T. Gray. T. Allen. E. Johnson. J. Haddox. F. Kirchner, G. Huey. .7. Jennings, S. Ciyjan. C. Esskuchen, W. Chester, J. Ellis. Not Pictured : J. Haggerl -. -f M. ?a. ' vfe. Kneeling: K. . la, wcll. U. Mum .. U. Underbill, J. ' lk. . F. Wall. M. Vol.uilr. W. -iiialI. I. .M.Cill. 10. . «■ i m. ' ' . I ' iir. P. Pettine. Second Row: E. Werlel, M. Rubenstein, R. Tyler, B. Seilert. L. ilaldonado. N. Wkkwire. E. Tuien. A. Smith. W. Young, R. Seniff. G. Vincent. J. Richmond, A. Perrelli. G. Minnick. Third Row; F. Stevens. R. Telft. F. Stone. C. Wieneke, L. Safier, L. Rivas. S. Paskow. M. Suavely, J. Ward, I. Sorrells. J. Rosoff, A. Selvaggi. J. Schaelfer, N. Rcss. C. Smith. W. Nichols. Fourth Row : W. Taylor, R. Eitton. J. Welch. F. Tesher, K. Stoll. D. Staker, W. White, R, Whelan, U Paden. S. Toovy, C. McDowell, J. Reynolds. R. Mojzer, E. Turlington. R. Smilari. 61 yhe tHixei ' hance 62 o p E T I V E D E N T I S T R Y E N D O D O N Clinical hepattm t T I " You ' ve extended tco far; let ' s make an ilOl) cut of it. ' Better run another culture. " 63 Clinical ' Certainly there are pockets ! Let ' s balance the occlusii P E R ! O D O N T I C S R A D ! O D O N T I C S " Just get teetli ou the tiliu, " £4 l e 2aHnte tJ o R A L D I A G N O S I S " It ' s 11011-vital. I ' ll ti ' - to aet voii a student. " Would vou sav it ' s due to habit 65 Clinical " Do you sleep with yimr dentures in V ■I yot lluuiuel Six last iiiglu 66 P R O S T H E T I C S F I X E D P A R T I A L P R O S T H E S I S l e aHme tJ o R A L S U R G E R Y " Watch her come around now un lOO f oxvoen. ' cuH atm p Clinical t enti ttif 69 The tHitt t BOARD OF EDITORS Editor-in-Chief Rolaxd V. Reed, Je. Business Manager — R. Jajies Va,ssae Associate Editor ...Ernest J. Ceowley Senior Editor William J. Shealy Photograph ic Liaison Art Editor Lixo E. Rodeiguez Photograpli ij Editor Benjamix S. Ceosby Fraternitij Editor Donald H. Hobbs Junior Editor Paul H. McFaeland John H. Deaeiian C EL P. Beigada Robert A. Care Gilbert H. Cullen Thomas H. Darden Feedeeick T. Legband Ralph W. McCue John Ma,ueo, Jr. John J. Robinson ASSISTING STAFF Elizabeth A. Schneidee Paul D. Torre Leo R. Cueeie Deax H. Havsrath M. Eugene Hinds Ralph G. Gilman, Jr. William B. Powell John J. Swalec RiCHAED C. Synowski Burton H. Press Anthony ' J. Spadafore WiLLiAii C. Stone, Jr. Gordon Trust Kenneth M. Tucker John C. Uleich FACULTY ADVLSORS Joseph C. Btddix. Jr. D.D.S. ; Gardxer P. H. Foley, M.A. ; Harry B. McCarthy, D.D.S. R. V. Reed and J{. J. Vassae De. Bidihx, All;. I ' Oi.EY, and Dr. McC uitj 70 4i ■:r- J Sitting : D. Hau.sratli. B. Crosby, J. Dearman. W. Shealy Standing: L. Rodriguez, D. Hobb.s, P. McFarland, W. Stone THE YEARBOOK FOR FIFTY YEARS I ' .iOfl — BinxPis, Molars, and Briefs, composite aim vial for the T ' liiver. ' ity of Maryland Schools of ]Medi- cine, Dentistrv, and Law .... 1900-lIIOT — College Annual, vearhuok for Baltimore College of Dental Surgery 1908-1922 — The Mirror, IJaltimore College of Dental Snrgerv 1906-1911 — Terra Mariae, composite annual for the University of jMaryland Schools of iledicine, Dentistry, Law, and Phar- macy .... 1911-1922 — Terra Mariae, composite annual for the LTnivorsity of Maryland Schools of .Medi- cine, Dentistry, T aw, Pharmacy, and Kursing .... 1923 — L niversity of ilaryland School of Dentistry and the Pahiiimre College of Dental Surgery merged .... 192:M9:?0 — Terra Mariae, composite annual for the LTniversity of Maryland Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Law, Pharmacy, and Xursing .... 1931 — Terra Mariae, annual for the Schools of Dentistry, Pharmacy, and Xursing .... 1932-l ' .l. " i() — Tlie i) -irro?% annual for the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Dental School, LTniversitv of Maryland. Sitting: L. Currie, W. i owell, E. Crowley, O. Trust, A. Spadafore, K, Tucker Standing: J. Swalec, G. Cullen, P. Torre, R. Gilman, J. Ulricli 71 (j t aA Oif Htchgical ceietif OFFICEES President — - — - John Robinson Vice-President — - Feedebick Lestek Secretary — - ;....John Deajjman Treasurer Willia.m W. Meeow Sergeant-at-Artns Eenest J. Gkowley Historian ...Thomas Daeden Program Chairman ...Chauncey Alcott Gorgas Odontological Society, an honorary student dental organization, was founded in 1016 in honor of Dr . Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas, an ilhistrious ahimnus of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Dr. Gorgas received the degree of D. D. S. from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1855 and an M. D. degree from the Medical Department of the University of Maryland in 1863. In 1865, he became dean of the Baltimore College of Deiatal Surgery, which office he held until 1882. From 1882 to 1911, he served the Dental Department of the University of Maryland as dean and as professor of Pros- thetic Dentistry, Dental Medicine, and Oral Surgery. He died in Baltimore on April S, liil-t. Requirements for entrance into the Society are quite stringent, and thus membership is restricted to a selected few. The members are selected from the Junior class on the basis of their scholastic ability, pro- fessional bearing, and character. Invitations are extended to not more than thirty per cent of the Junior class who meet the requirements. Full membership is not awarded until the senior year. The society meets once a month at the school. Following a short business meeting, an interesting and informative program is held. These programs are op n to non-members. Guest speakers, outstanding men in their fields, present informal talks. Motion pictures on various phases of dentistry are shown, and oc- casionally the members, themselves, present talks on papers they have written. The Society holds two social affairs each year : a Christmas party and a spring dinner dance. At the dinner dance, the highlight of the year ' s activities, the new members receive their keys, and those who are to graduate in June receive an engraved certificate. 72 .Silling: i_i. I ' olinK. Ji. Hujna.ski, W. Aierow. J. Uribin.son. J. JJearman, 10. ( ' rowie ' . J. Knapp. fc!. ' rf sli -. h Mfl niii;al. J. Zequeira. Standing : S. Berenson, J. Guido, C. Dickens, B. Stump, J. Tether, C. O ' Farrell, K. McCue, J. Morgan.stein, P. Moran, C. Alcott, E. Blondel, L. Tiroletto, J. Robertson. Not Pictured : T. Darden. Y. Inouye, F. Lester. E. Schneider. W. Wilson. It. L,f E. Hell liiikson. .1. ,Miller. A. EerialUe. . I. H.ll. I . Bell. .1. Ua .Silting ' : It. Saxe, I. ICdel.soii. ' i l ' a, ' lu S. Aronson. Standing: J. Vassar, L. Greenberg, Z. Edward.s, K. Tesher. J. Walker, T. Dooley, R. Jozetiak, P. Hausrath. W. Powell V. Ottenritter, P, Avant, D. Lincicome, T. Kornegay, W, VVakai. 73 Stu4eHt ficWitie Ccuhcii FACULTY MEMBERS Chairman Brice M. Dorset, D. D. S. Secretary-Treaaurer Harry B. McCarthy, U. D. S. Assistant Secretary Edward C. Dobbs, D. U. S. Grayson W. Caver, D. D. S. My ' ron S. Aisenberg, D. D. S. STUDENT ] [EMBERS Senior Representative, ( ' lidimian Louis Tiroletto Junior Bepresentative Zeno Edwards Sophomore Representative Joseph Ca nizzaro FresJi.man, Representative ..- ..Jack Rosoff Sitting: Dr. E. Dobbs, Dr. G. Gaver, Dr. B. Dorsey, Dr. H. McCartlij , in. . 1. . l.- c•lllll Standing: J. Rosoff, T. Cannizzaro, Z. Kdwards. L. Tiroletto. The Student Activities Coniicil ftuictions as a codrdintiting group between faculty and students. All sc ' h(.i()l activities are under the auspices of this organization, thereby insuring a spacing of the afl ' airs con- ducted by all organizations and classes. Acting in an advisory capacity to the class ulticers, the Council controls the money spent by the Stu- dent Activities Fund on school dances and publications. Each class has a representative on the Council wh( I is appointed l)v the class president for a two-year term. 74 jfHtef Mtei ' Hitii Ccuhcii OFFICERS President - Roland V. Reed, Jk. Vice-President Gilbekt IT. CrLLEX Secretary Gerald V. Eskow Tryasurer Kenneth L. Stewart ALTERXATES SiJioN Berenson Pall McFaeland Eknest C ' rowley GoEDON Trust Sitting: K. Si - ' ;ui. ' . ' nllfii, I: I;-.. I s I :._-ren.son Standing: K. Crowley, G. Trust, i ' . MeKarland, G. E.skuw Although the Tuterfrateniity Conncil was reorganized in its present form in Fehrnary, l ' .t44. early records indicate tliat it existed in 1024. Two delegates from each fraternity comjjrise tlie budy, and its primary tiim is to coordinate iuter- fraternity and fraternity -school relations. It controls the rushing and pledging of students, and geuerally supervises the conduct of the fraternities, having the authority to discipline violators of its regulations. It also gives consideration tn specific fraternity ]ir(ili]enis lirniight hcfore the Council hv the members. In addition, the Gnuncil sponsors an athletic pi ' diii ' titii tiiid an aiinutil dance. Thus, it serves the hest interests of the school and the fraternities. 75 e 0. 7. e. Major Joii.x L. ( " a.mpbell, Dental Corps J i off ' s.sor of MiJitd.rij Science and TaciicH Master Sergeant Leo Hirsch, Y . 8. Army Statt ' vScrgeant Veux M. Hostejok, Y. S. Armv Insiniciors Three years ago, September, 1948, a dental Ii.O.T.C. nnit was organized at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, for the purpose of preparing dental students for reserve commissions in the Reserve Army Dental Corps. From a beginning (juota of 38 members, the unit has expanded to now include 159 men at- tending active classes, 24 seniors who have completed training requirements, and 15 juniors who have onl} ' to attend the required summer encam])ment. The total of 253 men (including the seventeen senior students in the Army and Air Force Senior Dental Programs) represents Til per cent of the student body, who have expressed in a very practical manner their responsibilities as potential professional men whose services will be highly acceptable to their country ' s pressing military needs. Under the leadership of 2iIajor John L. Campbell, DC, USA, the Professor of ] Iilitary Science and Tactics, the men receive one lecture a week on such topics as Military Preventative Medicine, Dental Equipment and Siapplies. . rmy Hegulations, Military Dental Research, Military Psychiatry, and ] Iili- tarv Oral Surgery. Major Campbell matriculated at Indiana University for his pre-dental studies, and later received his dental degree from the same University in 1939. He interned the following year at the Columbia Presby- terian Medical Center, Xcw Y(u-k City, ilajor Campbell has spent the last ten years in the United States Army, serving thirty -one months in the Southwest Pacific Theatre of operations. He since has had assign- ments at the O ' Re illy, Army and Xavy, Oliver, and Hallaron General Hospitals. He completed the Advanc- ed Course in Dentistry at the Army Medical Center in 1950. Assisting Major Campbell are Master Sergeant Leo Hirsch and Staff Sergeant Vern M. Hostbjor. Xow serving his ninth year in the Army, Sergeant Hirsch has been with the R.O.T.C. unit since its in- ception at B.C.D.S. Before entering the Army the Sergeant graduated from Long Island L niversity, receiving a B.S. degree in physical education. While in college, he played varsity football and upon gradua- tion furthered his athletic career by playing for the Chicago Bears ' farm team, the Xewark Bears. Driring the war, Sergeant Hirsch served as a First Lieutenant in the Air Corps as a physical conditioning- officer and later served in the Medical Service Corps as a physical reconditioning officer. Sergeant Hostbjor came to Baltimore in 1950 after spending one and a half years with the Armv R.O.T.C. unit at Colleoe Park Maryland. Twelve seniors attended the sunnner camp in 19 50. Six men went to Brooks Armv General Hospital in Colorado, and six men went to San Antonio General Hospital in Texas. They were Barrv, Cowe, Crowlev Cullen, Daul), Dickens, Donohue, Ilawley, Morau, Ridinger, Swan, and Wilson. Last summer General Snyder, Commanding Officer, Dental Division, Research and Graduate School, Army Medical Center and Dental Clinic of Walter Reed Army Hospital, was greatly impressed with the men from the B.C.D.S. unit and lauded Lt. Col. Richardson for the outstanding training which the men in the R.O.T.C. unit had received. The L ' niversity of Maryland can well be proud of this group of young men who, realizins " the responsi- bilities of their profession to their country, have indicated their willingness to serve in an emeroency if necessarv. 76 Ci ' owl, W. Mablowski, Welch, Eruuillelie Silting U Hui sL li CoUin.s, J. Kosoff, A. Gagnon, A. Perrelli, A. Capuzzoli. jMajoi J Campbell Standing. A. Maclbaac, C. Gaines, J. Lanza, J. Kinsc, E. Howard, K. Stoll, R. Litton, A. Bange, P. Pettine, C. Hanley, E. John.son. Not Pictured : D. Aiken, G. Boyles, R. Bridgeman, B. Press, J. Conte, P. Denu, J. Gray, F. Kirchner, W. Vinall. Uil)Son, Kneeling: D. Cook, R. Bricker, J. Childress, S. Civjan. C. Wieneke, 11. I Iojzer, T. Allen, R. Carlough, D. Snaveley, D. Rollev, K. Prentice, R. Whelan. Second Row : J. Murray, J. Abbott, J. Vassar, R. Carlisle, F. Barnard, F. Avant, R. Chun, ,J. Ellis, G. Lemongello, A. Bryant, G. Edgarian, P. Fetchero, E. Costianes, W. Chester, E. Hunsuck, W. Taylor, Sergeant V. Hostbior. Third Row; C. Irwin, J. Velky, J. Barry, M. Volatile, W. Young, J. Ward, J. Cannizzaro, R. Seniff. ,T. Schaeffer, G. Vincent, H. Underbill, R. Wantz, R. Gilman, J. Fracasso. Fourth Row : F. Wall, R. Novello, F. Parsons, W. Gaffney, W. Granruth, A. Smith, D. Gorby, W. Fisher, I. Adams, S. Landman, L. D ' Arezzo, G. Huey, O. Pier, W. McBrayer. Not Pictured : J. Griffith, W. Nichols, JI. Rubenstein. ■ I, lit; : .1 I I., III. line F. l)H anny, U. .Mi-Nainara. .1. W imor. Second Row: Sergeant L. Hirsch, D. Shupe, R. Messer, .1. Markwood, C. Dickens, A. Inscoe, M. Bell, F R. Orrahood, D. Cowe, T. Kornegav. C. Teets, H. Hirano, P. Rivera-Torres. Third Row: R. Swan, R. Bevan, S. Riggs, G. Colon-Bonet, E. Gardenier, T. Dooley, R. Combs, G. G G. Fogtman, P. Burkett, W. Kidd, C. Averill, C. Rosa. Fourth Row : R. Allen. .1. Walker, D. Kiser, A. Spadalore, K. Tucker, J. Morley, C. Wahlberg, J. Ulrich. S. Moore, J. Mitchell, J. Martin, J. McKechnie. Not Pictured: T. Barry, G. Cullen, H. DiNardo, .1. .Mahon. M. Nicholson, .). O ' Leary. V. Ridinger. T. W 77 . Martin. D. L arrington, H. O. Jackson, illelts, W. Wils I L linciconie. A A rant, J. W. Seibert, on, J. Zeque Ferrante, Gatewood, r. Moran, ira. enht hental pn tai n The purpose of tlie Senior Dental Program is to provide active duty dental otKcers in the Arniv and Air Force during the period of acute shortage. This program permits selected senior dental students who enroll as seniors during the fiscal year of 19 " )! to he commissioned as second lieutenants, [Medical Service Corps, U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force Reserves. The men selected will be ordered to extended active duty at the school in which they are enrolled on full pay and allowances of their grade during their senior year. Upon graduating, these officers accept appointment as first lieutenants, Dental Corps Reserve, and serve on an active duty status with the Army or Air Force as Dental Corps officers for two years after gradTiation. The Army enrolls 300 while the Air Force enrolls 150 eligible senior students currently attending dental schools throughout the country, approved by the Secretaries of the Army and Air Force. Students enrolled in ROTC arc given preference in the Army program. There are fifteen seniors enrolled in the program ; ten in the Air Force and five in the Army. Those in the Air Force program are Thomas F Barry, Donald W. Cowe, Carl W. Dickens, Frederick L. Lester, Forest G. McDougal, Ral])li McCuc. Williaui L. Ridingcr. William J. Sliealy. Kenneth L. Stewart, and Robert I. Swan. Those in the .Vrmy program are Carl P. Brigada, John Clemson, James C. Clower, John H. Dearman, John Fidler, and William Nufer. Knt-eliiif,- f I ih k.ns (AF), J. Clower (A), W. Shealy CAFj.K. Stewart (AF), V. Ridinger (AF), O. Brigada (A) Standing: J. L ' lumsoii (A). R. MeCue (AF), W. Nufer (.A). 11. Swan (AF), F. Lester (AF), F. .McDc.ugal (AF) J. Dearman (A), J. Fidler (A). Not Pictured: D. Cowe (AF). T. Barry (AF). 78 AJ.rilA CHAPTER Founded at the Baltimore ( ' ullesie of iJeiital Siu-t;erv in iSDi!. Colors: Blue and White Flower: Lilv Journal : The i ' rater OFFICERS Grand Muster Roland Y. Reed, Je. Junior Master William W. .Meijow Secretary R. James Vassae, Jb. Treasurer Rayjiond J. Ho.rxASKi Chaplain ,. William B. Powell Chief Inquisitor Zexo L. Edwaeds, Je. Senator Gael W. Dickexs Historian Joseph P. Guido Editor - AViLLiAii J. Shealy Guardian Johx E. Fidler Chief Interrogator Edwaed H. Z.ujula sitting: J. Vassar, W. Shealy. R. Reed. V. Merow Standing : R. Hojnaski. E. Zagula, W. Powell. Z. Edward.s, C. Dickens 79 Kneeling: C. Page, J. ( ' liildi .ss, I ' . Wall, is, V. Pennell, C. Ramsay. G. LItl ' e, J. Winter, A. Van Oss, E. Armstrong, R. Funderljurls. Z. Edwards, K. iiankin, J. Alillur. Second Row: J. Guido. J. Stinson, S. Poleway, H. Elledge, C. Dicltens, J. Daub, C. Patterson, V. Sliealy. F. Martin. B. Garten, J. Vassar, R. Orraliood, G. Pontanella. J. Corbitt. D. Glessner, P. Fetchero, II. Azzaro. Tliird Row: W. McFarland, T. Darden, H. McCauley, G. Macaulay, T. Dooley, W. Powell, W. Nufer, W. Merow. R. Hojnaski, S. Riggs, J. Blakely. V. Ottenritter, E. Hinds, D. Hobbs, R. Hager, J. Dearman. Fourth Row: N. Grabner. J. Robertson. C. Reed, T. Wolf, E. Gardenier. J. Walker, G. Garrington, H. Arant, J. Gatewood, W. Kidd, J. Martin, N. Seese, C. Wahlberg, R. Reed, T. Leggett, C. Wells, W. Adkins. E. Zagula. Not Pictured : D. Bell, C. Brigada, J. Fidler, H. Hicks, P. McFarland. T itiB af fat ®m ga 1892 189 5 1901 1907 1892 The orioiiijil i)iii of P.si OiiR ' iin wtts suaeested l)v William Siirioo Haiiiiltoii in 181(2. Insrrilied mi the pin were three fiuidanieiitals siiiuitictiiit of tlie Fraternity: Numerals, designating the rear of organization ; Ivy Leaves, signifying fidelity to fraternal relationships ; C ' adnceus, signifying the lanseltish ideals of a health service. 1895 This pin was adopted hy the first Grand Chapter of Psi Omega in 1895. The pin was smaller in size than the original, and had the characters engraved and filled with hlack enamel. 1901 The third pin was adopted hy the Grand Chapter in 1901. This cluinge authorized the adoption of a jeweled hadge mounted with pearls and turquoises. 1907 In 1907 the Grand Chapter authorized a modification of the jeweled badge and adopted the badge which has been in use since that time. The jewels were changed from pearls and turquoises to opals. The size of the pin was reduced slightly. 80 SI 82 Founded at the University of ] Iarvlaiid in 1!)07 Colors: Black and Gold f brl ' M Floirer: White Rose Jounial : Alpha (Jmegan OFFICERS President Simox Berexsox Yice-F resident Saul M. JBllmexthal Secretary Jacob Ko-Mros I ' reasurer Jeeoisie H. Sheemax H istovlan David M. Eppel Sergeaid-af-Arins Xoeiiax Highsteix ' .r— Silting: S. Aronson, N. Chapin, H. Cooper, .S. Ijandnian, . ' . HigliKiein, J. .-hoiniaii. s. Jikinienilial. s. liiTt-nsuii, J. i . mi-os. i). Uppel, B. Sine, J. Bloom, B, Pres.s, G. Eskow, Standing: R. Tesher, H. Goldberg, A. Birnbaum, N, Shpritz, S, Abrams, J, Jlorganslein, B, Tell, H. Rosen, I. Edelson, P. Saxe, S. Bernstein, I. Krawilz, R. Axman, S. Fleet, R. Axman, A. Simonson. Not Pictured : L. Greenberg 83 A 64 oci pa phi ETA C ' liAPTEK FiiiDulcd at tlie Uiiivc:sitv cf Midiiaan in 1880 r o or.s; Lavciidfr and ( ' ream fefe. fi | i c ' Vrr rr ' ?-; American Ileaiitv Rose Juiirnid : Xi I ' si ' hi (Jtuirlcvl ij OFFICERS President Eknest J. C ' kowlkv Vice-President John 0. Kxait, Jk. Secreta7-y Jv ' es C Doxohuk Treasurer James E. ' J ' ethej? Editor Roger P. Lescoe Chief llercdd Alvix E. Uxdehwood Guard Aetiuk I. Ferra -te S rill III cl _ _ __ (nil.lJKN T,. T,AMi ;i;l ' , X .- Sitting : J. iVIcKeclinie, R. Synowski, J. Swalec, A. Ferrante. G. Weir. A. Underwood, K. Volk, K. Stewart. R. JlcCue. R. Lescoe, R. Chisliolm. L. Tiroletto. S. iNIoore. E. Ortiz. Second Row: 1... Rodritiuez, R. Oilman, J. Morley, A. Vance, R. Mitcliell. A. ilclsaac, R. JIcNamara, R. Brackljill, P. Moran. J. ilitcliell. F. Devanny. W. Wil.son, J. Knapp. ' l liird 1-tow ; H. Hirant), G. Edgarian, A. Gagnon. H. De.sjardins, J, King, E. lj ' ncli. A. Berguido, J. Cirillo, E. Crowley, P. A ' alentin. G. Oduher, .1. Mailon, M. Hynie.s, J. Donoluie. S. Moffet, P. Burkelt. T. Payne. Not Piclured : R. Allen. R. .lozefiak, W. Keeler, G. Landgren, F, l, egband. G. Leniungello, S, .Mallow, J. Noel, C. O ' Farrell, J. Tellier, P. Torre, J. Zetiueira. 85 86 87 EXTRACURRICULAR 1. — Gregory and .letfrev Tottic. 2. — Jetfvev and ilicliat ' l Montgonierv. ? . — Billy, Kathrvn, and Anne Hawley. 4. — Arlene Susan Fleet. 5. — Rosemary, Alyin E. Ill, Buck and Paula .Tayne Underwood. 6. — William W. Merow, Jr. 7. — Donald J. Cimiui. S. — Frederick and James Lester. 9. — James Carey Donohue, Jr. 10. — Lynne and Freddie Legband. 11. — Diaue Lee McDougal. 12. — Jimmy and Sherry Corbitt. 13. — Bill Brown, Jr. 14,— Ben and Euth Carolyn Crosby. 88 ACTIVITIES 1 -James I Clower. 2 Barbie Leavitt. :5.-Gail and (in-m-v W.ir. 1. Dw ht V,. AK-ou. ;..- ickv Hy.nes. I. -1 atnna Ellen Pint,.. 7.-Jay and Donald Robinson. S.-Michael Bartlett. !».— Anne de Salles Stephen Mark, and J Gregory Bnehness. 10.— Diane E. D ' Aniico. 11.— Billv and Lvnn ifcCne l " — Donald D. Cowe. 13.— Donna Jane Stewart. 14.— Linda Maria Bloudet. 15.— .Snzaune and Banny Lcse ' sne. 89 TWIGBY ' S 90 TKAVAILS Cartoons By Deax H. Hausrath WHO SAID THIS? " I ' ve seen tibromas as big as a-a-a-a-a a half a wateriuelon. " " I et me grind in yonr pontic for you. ' ' ( Crack) " I can carve a tooth in twenty minutes. " " There are two ways to condense gold foil. One is to fill the room with furniture. The other is to spatulate over a wider area (as proved by someone in S; dney, Australia). " " Post hoc ergo propter hoc ! " " Well, I finally got the patient down. " " Give the lymph drainage of the tongue. " " Hi " " Discviss the differential diagnosis between the Klippel-Keil Syndrome and anorexia nervosa. Give medi- cal and dental implications. " " I ' m well qualitied to speak on this. I ' ve been a syphiletic for years. " " Who saw the box-in f " This lab closes at 4 :30. If yon guys don ' t leave, I ' ll call Doctor Gaver. " " You ' ve just broken your hack, Son. Take a couple of these A.P.C. ' s and you ' ll feel better. " Well, this morning I ' m gonna read ya paper. " (Paper is read) " Looks like we got time left for coffee. " " Did you wash your hands with Phisoderm ? " " List ten local causes of bleeding. " " I ' m completely covered. I ' ve got $100,000 on myself and $. " )0,0()0 on my nurses. " " Huh " DOWN IN THE MOUTH " Why these new dentures are lovely! I want you to have the " Id ones for a keepsake. " Ever since yovi filled my teeth, I ' ve had pains in my chest! " " I want my bridge made out of that white stuti ' . My sister has one. " " I can come in any time after 12 :00 on Saturday. " " Whv can ' t von till niv teeth without all that drilling f " Paper towels are for the instructors only. " " I can ' t check otf your case. You didn ' t dust the handle! " " Doctor, I seated my patient at j :30. It is now 4:55. May I please have a start? " 92. IF 1 WERE DEAN I ' D Put new locks and magazine racks in Willy ' s emporium. Knii wai ' ui water to the cuspidors for the southpaws. Have all 8:00 lectures I ' cciu ' ded and played hack at a I ' easonahle h(jur. Get rid of Corhitt. Get a recording for tlie museum of Willy singing " Rag Mop. " Convert yection I-Ki to a hadly needed jiarking lot. ( ' all all the tine students over tn cheer, as 1 tied ddwn the feet of young Gharlev I )eVier. THE MOST UNFORGETTABLE CHARACTER " Got ' nutf paper V " Anybody call me V " ' Wanna huy a chance V " You like girls i " " Got any gum ? " " Want me tix that? " " Got the time ? " " Got a cigarette ? " " Tliev want me upstairs ? " CLASS WILL We bequeath to : Doctor Cappuccio a private P. A. system. Doctor Leocha a pair of liandcutl ' s. J)octor Warner a glass-top table. J )octor 1 )osli a space ship. Doctor Williamson the ninpty-fi ' e vulcanite wi ' enches. Dr. Xuttall Imots for his rooster. Doctor Kandol])h a box of unsupported enamel rods. Mister Foley a bottle of Wizard Wick (for his oifiee). Doctor liiddix a coujilc oi nicc i|d hidics. Doctor l)e ' ier an ( xtensiou telcph(.)iie. 93 MIND OVER MATTER I 94 So dextrously these skillful hands performed The measures set to show their proper way The pedant ' s score is now the goal no more Let prudent service quick their constant use 95 WEATHER Positively Balmy Volume 21 THE VEiTiM expuira Copyright 1950, MIRROR PUBLISHING CO. Today ' s Winning NUMBER: 1-80-1 0-1 2-R Circulation Terrific CLEARVIEW, VENUS June 2, 2002 Entered as real classy matter at the Post Office Price 3 Rupees AnjoU ii M ealtU Qe4iie i HjeoAilted Exclusive coverage of the ex- cavations currently in progress on the planet Earth appear daily in the Venutian Exploker. Tlte sci- entists under the direction of Pro- fessor Crumhsy are worl-ing in the old coastal city of Baltimore. P. H. Gardner, Foreign Correspondent The recently uncovered area, originally a very swanky neigh- borhood, has been eonfirnried as the health center of these ancient ]ieopk ' . Everything has been found except a parking lot; And it must be assumed that the city had a very efficient public trans- portation system. Two of the best preserved struc- tures were the " Dental School " and a place called " Chicks " , prob- ably an annex of the dental school, since the bodies of three dental students, Jack, Neal, and Eddie, were found slumped over the dis- pensing counter. The dental school is a gracious stone building of classical roaring twenties design with tracings of Gothic arch embellishments. The symbol of the school hangs over the side door. The symbol is urn- shaped like the modern-day bed- pan, but it appears coarse and very cold for this use. The top floor was the sanctori- um of " Big Mo " , and it smelled of cigars and preserved specimens. The floor was covered with genti- an violet spilled by some Pennsyl- vania character named Old Man, who is thought to have tried to poison himself by drinking the stuff. Also found were two dead rest-wandering cells belonging to " Doctor Mac " and a few fibers of migrating epithelial attachment that probably were seeking to en- twine themselves about the glottis of Gottlieb, the dental agnostic. The next lower floor contained the oftices of " Doctor Eddy " and " Doctor Van. " It is felt that they were not associated with upper- classmen since their lab was much more untidy than if occupied by Juniors or Seniors. The third floor Avas occupied by meticulously white-robed schol- ars from the " Farmacy School " . The second floor evidently was a sort of theater or amusement hall judging by the movie screens and stages. These rooms were fill- ed with uncomfortable one-armed desks. The skeleton of some bare- foot hillbilly was found sleeping in chair 16. The rest of the room seemed to be dumbfounded by something ; it has been assumed that a fellow named either " Nu- per " or " Kumross " had just com- pleted one of their profound ques- tions. At the front of each room was a stage where the actors gave their performances. Also on this floor was found the office of some darned Yankee; this is knoAvn to be correct because only a Yankee could have endured the ordeal of smoking one of the pipes that were found. It is said that the tobacco used was gather- ed from the sandy shores of tran- quil old Buzzard ' s Bay. The main floor contained many interesting specimens of life in that era. Interestingly enough, many of the skulls examined showed evidence of malocclusion — the type now called " Ungle ' s Class I " . One well-preserved skeleton was found seated in a chair, evidently having passed into paradise while waiting for an instructor to check off a Class II preparation. The instructor was later found but he didn ' t realize that chair was in his section. The skeleton of a patient was found with a queer rubber gag over his face. This evidence makes it seem jilausible that the patient suffocated or drowned in his own saliva, since Willy was on vacation and no one knew how to fix the asjiira- tor. Another student apparently had succumbed while trying to condense the gingivo-liugual of a Class III foil. In this same large room were one hundred chairs, each with a shiny round bowl. Several suggestions have been ad- vanced for the possible use of 96 these bowls, but the quantity is baffling. It is known, however, that urea was one of the popular dentifrices back in 1951, and this may have been a donor center. Many queer instruments were found strewm in brown metal cases, and it is rumored, but not confirmed, that a few cases actu- ally contained temporary stop- ping. It is believed that the old- time folk tune, " The Thing " , was written about these brown eases. Just otf the main clinic was the Procrustean room or constabula- torium. On the desk was a paper with curious markings ; evidently an attempt by these ancients at wi ' iting. The paper has been de- ciphered as follows : " I ' m sorry for being late to class. I ' m sorry for being late to class. " (2,000 times). The twentieth century, you must remember, was a period of intense governmental efficiency, and everything was submitted in quadruplicate, and the above quot- ed paper must have been an ex- tension to the extreme. Also found in this room was a black notebook with notes indicating the expert- ness and efficiency of the student operators. All names were listed except one cliaracter named " Knothead " who evidently ap- proved of cement as a filling ma- terial for Class Vs. In a nearby room called " Benny ' s and Bob ' s " the bones of old " Bob " were found. He was standing in typical pose by the sink with a cigarette in one hand, demonstrating the long-cone tech- nique. In the downstairs part of the liuilding was the reception room run by a fellow named " Happy Joe " . He is known to have been fond of sweet, little, elderly ladies, and on occasion, probably palmed them off on unsuspecting students under the guise of " good foil patient — she ' s been with us for years. " Swell ]5atients, too, if you like to do DOBL foils on low- er third molars ! Next to " Joe ' s Place " was " A utgairs Emporium " . The exca- vators say that if yon listen close- ly you can still hear ancient gems of expression floating in the air. Across the hall was another large clinic with about forty chairs, each equipi)ed with a shiny bowl. These bowls differed from the ones in the upstairs section and were thought to have been used to pipe music to the clinic, since people of the twenti- eth century were avid Bop fans. Many trying hours were spent here by the students, because it has finally been proved tliar the instructors put somotliing va the impression plaster to make air bubbles and wrinkles. Present-day ]jrosthodontists have shown that the technique used in 1P51 was jnirposely designed to facilitate the missing of centric. The local Lincoln agency was also on this floor. The manager of the agency, " Standosh " , is re- ported to have escaped by space ship to Mars just before Galus Enipticus buried Baltimore. When last heard from, Standosh was in the used car business, happy at last and at peace with the world. The skeletons of most of the students were found at " Cliff ' s Palladium " , where they evidently spent most of their time. A few beavers such as " No dinner Phil " and " Non-stop Tom " never went near the place. Leo Hirsch was found slumped in one corner read- ing the " Blue Jacket ' s Manual " . Some tramontane string bean bearing the dog tag, " Black Bart " , bad quite a few scholars cornered and was evidently sounding off on the trouble with everything in the world at that time. The excavators have also un- earthed the locker room, but the odd t 1 e locks are still baffling the experts. When the contents of these lockers have been studied, the full history of the old-world health center will be unfolded for us. It must be noted that articles found elsewhere in North Ameri- ca indicate that the BCDS was the best dental school in the country. Therefore, we must be careful not to jump to conclusions regarding the reports being sent to us. It ' s still quite possible that the instructors and students were normal people. 97 O U O Cti cn l ss § O i - ' -2 J _ " s 1 + O c» m r , CO l T3 f S " 0 ' O « rH cacSTS ' i ' oiSTSca 1 Q - ■ cfi .S ' S bC bJ} " CO PL, t q; H a; CO -M _ oil a -° P (1) o CO 02 ? 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" As the years roll on may our reflections remain lirilliautly illuminated, and may no cue of us be shackled by the chains of animadversion. Let us always lift o ir mirrors with pride, gazing straight forward into the eyes of honesty and nnrcproach. Only then, in the years to come, will the reflec- tions of this Mirror have significance. To my classmates, the Iieror advisers, and the professional staff, I am forever indebted. Without their untiring aid, efficient endeavors, and sacrifice of time, this book never coiild have become a reality. It is my wish that all those men and women who were associated with this pnlilication have derived the same eniovmcnt and satisfaction from the task that 1 ha ' e. It was an honor to serve as Editor of the I ' .l.M M irroi;, and I ceived the opportunity. be always grateful for having re- RoLAND V. Reed. Jk. 99 100 1 Sun L,ife Building, Aluntreal. Canada When you think of Life Insurance think of _ : J STEPHEN N. 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A thousand and one details must be settled to your complete satisfaction — and that ' s our responsibility to you — an assignment that we ' re happy to take over with just one objec- tive ... to assist you in realizing yovir ambition to be a successful practitioner of dentistry. ii C -ih . ' " •FOR MODERN MATERIALS j ' C ALL O N • 102 la prot ' A meili 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 £k Hite A Dental Laboratory of International Repute BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND Park Avenue at Franklin P. O. Box 1937 103 Sincere Wishes for Success to the Class of 1951 Cp (TP Op mnJtajLu (Established 1856) Dental Supplies and Equipment 709 North Howard Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND Serving you has been a pleasure May we continue throughout the coming years? FRANK W. TAYLOR College Representative 104 The Laboratory that Maryland Dentists know For Quality fc GojOftje i 213 West Franklin Street MUlberry 0950 BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND 105 " e Deeley Dental Supply Co. . VERNON 4054 " VERNON 405S SUITES: 13—14—15 MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING READ AND CATHEDRAL STREETS BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND Mr. John McDonnell, College Representative University of Maryland Dental School Baltimore, Maryland Dear Johnny, Please express our sincerest congratulations to all the seniors just graduated and our thanks to the student body for their valuable support during the past year. Don ' t fail to tell the graduates of the services that we are rendering to men faced w th building a secure dental practice. Mention the fact that we know of locations in all the five states that we service and emphasize that we have our fingers on the pulse of the economic conditions of these territories. Above all, remind them of our PERSONALIZED OFFICE PLANNING DEPARTMENT, pointing out that planning is as important to the professional man as the compass is to the captain of a ship. Remember, Johnny, it isn ' t the nuts and bolts that go into dental equipment that make the difference. The big difference lies in service that can ' t be bought or done without. We are waiting to serve your friends. With best personal regards to all the faculty and staff. Yours very truly. The Deeley Dental Supply Co. H. U. Deeley, Jr., President HUD e P. S. Who do you know that needs a good location now? 106 S. S. 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It immediately establishes you as a dental leader in the eyes of the only people who will put you in the higher income bracket— your patients. The Ritter Company not only helps you to dental leadership with the world ' s finest equipment; Ritter offers you these valuable practice-building services — 1. The complete services of the Ritter Office Planning Department. We ' ll plan every detail of your layout including decorations, without cost. 2. The Ritter Statistical Service. We ' ll furnish data about any community in which you wish to practice. 3. Practice-Building Studies that tell you how you can make more money with proven facts, not theory. 4. The Ritter Deferred Investment Plan that allows you to start with the finest equipment — and pay out of earnings. Ask your Ritter Dealer. Success starts with planning — now. We ' re ready to help. Please call on us. Ritter COMPANY NCORPORATfD BUILI UP 10 A SI4NDAH[ " n V HOI DOWN TO A PBICI RITTER PARK, ROCHESTER 3, N. Y. 109 3. Oi Lt taa dUta Go-ntnlaid.tlanA J a denial ootpLoatlo-n and P adice- CCLUMBiA OENTOFORMS FROM a humble start 39 years ago Columbia Dentoforms have played an increasingly im- portant ro!e in dental education. Today every dental student in fhe United States and Canada " cuts " his first teeth on Dentoforms, for we suppEy Dentoforms to every dental college in the U. S. and Canada and to many in other lands. In these 30 years there have been many improvements and additions to Denilo?orms to meet the ever more exacting demands of teach- ers. Today Dentoforms number more than a thousand and present conditions the student will encounter in practice. And in graduate years, Dentoforms continue to help clinicians in postgraduate education and to help the busy practitioner in his endless task of patient-educa- tion by showing the betJer dentistry he seeks to give BROWN ATTACHMENTS O ROWN Precision Attachments have been used successfully since T920, when patents were granted to their inventor. Dr. I. Brown. This event followed by only a few years the impetus that Dr. Herman Chayes gave to the advance in removable restorations by the intro- duction of tSe precision type of attachment. So simple, yet so effective and practical are the design and mechanical principles employed in Brown Attachments, that they have defied every effort to improve upon them for 30 years. Except for the addition, about 15 years ago, of the proximal contact type, to give the con- venience of a built-in proximal contact, no change in design has been made. The sizes of the Brown Attachment made today are identical with those made 30 years ago— a comforting thought if replacement parts are required. COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION SERVING DENTISTRY FOR OVER 30 YEARS 131 East 23rd Street - New York 10, N. Y. no H. Highkin D. Saull B. N. Ginsberg jbental A Very Dependable Laboratory 326 W. Franklin St. Baltimore, Md. LExington 8532 P. O. Box 1835 FONTI ' s --OK-- SHAVSNG PARLOR s 531 West Baltimore Street Phone SA-975 The Students ' Own Shop For Every Stationery Need THEODORE KLUPT CO. Baltimore ' s Growing Stationers 329-331 W. Baltimore Street LExinqton 0313, 0014, 0015 University Book Store for Quality, Quantity and Convenience • 519 West Lombard Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND CHSCK ' S Musical Bar and Lounge Music Nitely Television Corner Baltimore and Greene MU-9715 Congratulations to the Class of 1951 • University Restaurant 5 S. Greene Street Sam and Bob Lewis, Proprietors Specializing in Hot Dinners — Lunches Breakfast Sandwiches Fountain Service NEWRANIUM LABORATORIES Affiliated with NEWBERGER DENTAL LABORATORY 501 N. Eutaw St. Box 237 Baltimore 1, AAd. Phones LExington 2164-65 COMPLETE LABORATORY SERVICE THE STORE WHERE MEN LIKE TO SHOP... SHOP FOR YOUR OWN NEEDS . . . ACCESSORIES . . . GIFTS . . . at HUTZLER BROTHERS CO. Howard and Saratoga With the Compliments of HYNSON, WESTCOTT DUNNING Incorporated Charles and Chase Streets BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 112 Phone SA-9728 CARL ' S Restaurant and Cafeteria HOME COOKING and SEA FOOD " Jusf Across the Street " 519 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore 1, AAd. SOLOMON ' S Inc. Makers of Fine Clothes Since 1871 603 West Baltimore St. BALTIMORE 1, AAD. LExington 3101 W n, ORTH DEVICES i Pi — -.--.--- ■ V ( AblllMOi CERAMICS $ 1 iK ' CROWNS BRIDGES il LBSC PLATES ' " " .. CELSIO - " ■ ■ " ' ' ' FOR 36 YEARS We have worked with members of your Profession SAratoga 3308 E. J. Koritzer, Proprietor MUlberry 2992 Southern Dental Laboratory i ' 116 E.Preston Street Everything Orders in Solicited BALTIMORE 2, MARYLAND Prosthetics 113 n Mobile Dental Cabinet No 176 " Hem American alontone Dental Cabinets The first really new idea in years — American cabineis are now available in five distinctive Colorto ' ie finishes. Colorione enhances to per- fection the beauty of natural, selected wood grains and brings a new note of distinction to your operatory. For peak operating effi- ciency and better patient-impressions, choose American Colorione Cabineis. The American Cabinet Co. Division of Hamilton Manufacturing Company TWO RIVERS, WISCONSIN © 1950 Hamilton Manufactufing Company Success to the Class of ' 51 Compliments of ATLAS-SMITH jbental JlaLo- ato ie AAUIberry 7842 Box 1617 201 West Franklin Street 3 Men ' s Shops with • QUALITY Right ® PRICE Right • FASHION Right Men ' s Wear Main Store Edmondson Belvedere Hochschild Kohn £k Co. 114 The Store for People Who Do Things • BALTIMORE HARDWARE COMPANY • 601 W. Baltimore Street, at Greene Famous for Tools Since 1896 MARYLAND DENTAL LABORATORIES A certified Ticonium Lab ' Your Conscientious Assistant ' •(gs3% , 19 1 ' 108 West Clay Street Mulberry 0437 P. O. 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