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

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; l-WMmVi- ' Sill ' mKMffl Ill I I I ■ I Published by the One Hundred and Eighteenth Student Body Baltimore College or Dental Surgerv Dental bcliooJ, University or Maryland Baltimore, Marvlana Mi 1961 y)edicafhn Edward Clarence Dobbs B. S., D. D. S., F. A. C. D. We, of the senior class, are proud to dedicate our yearbook to an educator whose warm regards, personal feelings and genuine interest in our behalf will have contributed so heavily to our success in the Dental Profession through the coming years. L.an hy DENTl- PHARMACY JjMiVERSI . . - F MARYLAND BALI I MORE 1 51- l_l 3RARV JUN 5 1957 OENTI, UNIVERSITY OF i i-.rtYUAND BALTIMORE y)i$iinqui$hed jfiaduaies (This is the sixth in a series) DAVID DANFORTH Class of 1915 Few of our many distinguished graduates may lay claim to longer or more colorful careers than that of David Danforth. Father, grandfather, educator, practicing dentist, and twenty-one years as a professional base- ball player mark Dr. Danforth as one of our most unusual and inspiring graduates. The son of a physician, Danforth was born on March 7, 1890 in Granger, Texas. His local reputation as a pitcher was enough to make him the object of interest to many universities and colleges. Selecting Baylor, he lived up to expectations during the 1910 and 1911 seasons. Baylor won the 1911 Texas Collegiate Champion- ship behind Danforth ' s inspiring mound work. He won all of his starts that year and finished the season by pitch- ing a no-hit, no-run final game of the season. s fine work at Baylor and awarded him his first ma- Mack who called Dave into his first big league game. ond and third bases; two men were out. Danforth re- to Eddie Collins for the out. The Athletics went on good Giants club in the World Series. Thus his first he was to repeat in 1917 with the Chicago White Sox. currently on the Baltimore Orioles pitching staff, where to Louisville of the American Association. During these lack Dunn, who was thoughtful enough to assign him a lecture notes his classmates sent him when he was unable The Philadelphia Athletics ' scouts noticed Danforth jor leagu; contract in 1911. It was the legendary Connie The score was tied 1-1 with White Sox players on sec tired the side by getting the powerful Ping Bodie to hit to win the game and the pennant that year and beat a year in the majors was with a series winning club; a feat Matriculating at Maryland in 1913, Danforth was he was to remain until his senior year when he was sold years he was aided in his dual career by his manager, private room where he could study his textbooks and the to attend class because of his baseball duties. It was through Dean Timothy Heatwole ' s kindly consideration that Dave was allowed to miss so much time from lectures and dinks, and by the Dean ' s permission a friend was on hand to receive Danforth ' s diploma at the 1915 Spring Commencement since Dave had earlier left the campus to report to the Louisville Colonels. 1915 was destined to be a big year for the young dentist, for it was during this year that he produced an 18 win and 17 loss record with the Colonels; climaxing the season by producing 51 strikeouts during the last four games. The local fans labeled him as " The Saturday Matinee Idol ' and " Dandy Dave, " while the less emo- tional but no less enthusiastic big league scouts paid their tribute in the form of a contract with the Chicago White Sox for the following season. During the next four years with the Sox the young southpaw won 23 decisions. For twelve years following graduation from the school, Danforth ' s life was strictly that of a professional baseball player. Sensing the end of his days as a professional athlete, in 1927 Dr. Danforth returned to the Bal- timore College of Dental Surgery for a postgraduate review of the p rofessional activities he had so long put aside, as well as to observe the many advancements in the field since his graduation. Having served on the faculty from 1928 untii 1937, Dr. Danforth is well known to many of our graduates, and is remembered by all as a kindly and intelligent gentleman. In 1933 he opened his own practice on Greenmount Avenue in this city where he is presently practicing. ■ay o. . „;;•.,.... ,, | : , ( ■ ' ., . ' ..:.; " . _. ' ;• . -.: " ¥ ' -V I uavade nti So I TOLD TWIS BIED WHAT TO DO WITA +4 IS JOURNALS. ' ' ( ANNUAL DiNNF FOi Ol I? OLD FRieND p (gyMK t tdminUtcaUorv President OF THE University of Maryland Dr. Wilson H. Elk ms f a% ? m The University of Maryland Campus at College Park Asy 3 can OF THE Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School University of Maryland M S. Aisentx ron o. isenDerg D.D. S., F. A. C. D. The Professional Schools of The University of Maryland at Baltimore in Jaculty Sterrett P. Beaven Instructor in Operative Dentistry B.C.D.S. 1941 . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . " The Quiet Man " . . . Not easily disturbed . . . Usually sees treat- ment plans your way . . . Answers lights quickly- . . . Rumored to give the lowest Operative grades (understandable) . . . Set jaw and straight hair . . . The incomparable " Sparky " . . . Conservative guy with a popular sec- tion . . . " All Right. " Joseph C. Biddix Professor of Oral Diagnosis B.C.D.S. 1934 ... Psi Omega .... Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Prac- tical . . . Highly esteemed by all . . Yoga expert . . . Never in a hurry — introduced the farberscratcher as a diagnostic aid . . . Perennial good mood . . . Five coffee breaks a day ... A wit and a way (with the elderly ladies) ... A personalized walk . . . " They ' ll probably change this upstairs " . . . Had to buy a dental unit to get a vitalometer . . . " By the skeleton crew I guess they mean Dr. Louie " . . . " No dentures promised. " Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery B.C.D.S. 1927 . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gorgas . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . F.A.C.D. . . . Federation Dentaire Internationale . . . Practical-type sur- gery . . . Conservative . . . Vest-wearer . . . Exams come straight from his notes . . . Lectures from a rocking boat . . . Thunderbird owner . . . Makes surgery sound easy . . . Pleasant and professional chair-side manner . . . Army man . . . " We ' re not trying to make oral surgeons out of you " . . . " Now we just flap this tissue over here; put in three or tour sutures, and all this area will heal by granulation. " Fred Ehrlich Instructor in Pedodonlics B.C.D.S. 1947 . . . Gorgas . . . Alpha Omega . . . " Dr. Fred " . . . Two-hour treatment plan . . . Master of monsters . . . Extremely likeable . . . Still looking for a location . . . Cool notes from a hot horn . . . Semi-retired . . . Thorough . . . Always trying something new . . . Dis- tinctive smile . . . One of the " 3 " in the Greene St. " 6 + 3 " . . . " Hi-ya, honey! " . . . " Do you think we need cement? ' . . . Unique voice . . . " Now we ' ve been having a little trouble with the orthodontic department — . " William E. Hahn Professor of Anatomy B.C.D.S. 1931 ... Psi Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gor- gas . . . F.A.C.D. . . . Soft spoken . . . Invisible guide of the Gorgas So- ciety . . . Rather imperturbable . . . Admissions Board . . . Tall man with a wide course . . . Slides and snores . . . Constant white coat . . . Over your shoulder dissections with a long, long probe . . . Extra helpful to anyone who ' ll ask ... A God-sent curve . . . " That ' s no nerve — you shredded the fascia " . . . " I think if you boys read your books a little it might help. " isy Personalities Marion W. McCrea Professor of Histology and Embryology Ohio State University, 1935 . . . Psi Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . Gorgas . . . F.A.C.D. . . . Blackboard artist . . . Superb lecturer . . . Bachelor ■ • ■ Busy, busy man . . . Admissions Board . . . Talks with a twitch . . . Wrinkled forehead and raised eyebrows . . . Topnotch teacher . . . Mesenchymal cells and bow ties ... " I might add that while all this is going on — ' . . . " Our next test will include the R-E system, the G-I tract, the C.N.S. and Russell ' s bodies. " Peter McLean-Lu Associate Professor of Fixed Partial Prosthesis B.C.D.S. 1934 . . . Gorgas . . . Far East flavor in Crown and Bridge — good-natured . . . Suspenders and a vest . . . Big fingers . . . He can ' t stand student ' s work so he takes off his glasses . . . Silent demonstrations . . . Takes periapical impressions with compound . . . Hates Baltimore traffic . . . Fights the language barrier . . . Usually occupied . . . Ends up doing it himself . . . " Wha ' you do is tha ' way for? " . . . " You ga ' my glasses? " Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Fixed Partial Prosthesis B.C.D.S. 1931 ... Psi Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gorgas . . . F.A.C.D. . . . Pathological perfectionist . . . Inimitable phrases and expressions . . . Man of many moods . . . Superlative operator . . . Works wonders with wax . . . Caustic wit . . . " Jarge, that mouth is go- ing to hell in a basket! " . . . C. B. DeMille of the B.C.D.S. . . . " Lady, the man that could save that tooth died two thousand years ago! " Robert H. Oster Professor of Physiology Harvard University, Ph.D., 1933 . . . Gamma Alpha . . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . . Gentlemanly and sincere manner . . . Little man with a big book . . . Neat and professional appearance . . . Lectures on the material no one else will . . . P waves and R spikes . . . Muscle fatiguer . . . Interesting to talk to if he doesn ' t get over your head . . . " Now you all seem to have understood the fourth question. " Claude P. Taylor Instructor in Visual Aids A recent addition to the Faculty . . . Photography is both a vocation and a hobby to him . . . He is a member and past president of the Baltimore Camera Club and a member of the Biological Photographic Association . . . Students find him friendly, efficient, and always willing to offer aid. X isy : .., Katharine Toomey Administrative Assistant Auxiliary Staff $ QtuxrcA ' Zhe Seniors CLASS OFFICERS President: BERTRAND S. Dann Vice-President: Roy C. Page Secretary: Seymour B. Fingerhood Treasurer: Jimmy R. Hager Historian: William E. Colliver Sergeant at Anns: Charles D. Broe Student Senate Representatives: Walter B. Hall John D. Vachon As June approaches, we of the Senior class are looking forward with great an- ticipation to the graduation for which we have worked and planned for the last four years. When we entered the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in the fall of 195 3 the years ahead seemed interminable, but in retrospect, the time seems to have passed by swiftly. Nevertheless, there is much of the last four years which we as a group will long remember: our first clinical patient, the feeling of accomplishment that accompanied each completed piece of work, the fellowship inherent with four years of working and relaxing together. All of these and many more we shall remem- ber long after the frustrations and annoyances have been forgotten. Though in the future we shall probably be more appreciative, we are even now beginning to realize and be grateful for the comprehensiveness of our academic dental education. Our pre-clinical courses introduced us to basic principles, and the thoroughness with which our clinical instructors have instilled these principles has given us a solid foundation on which to build. Because dentistry is not static, but constantly progressing, we know we imist be able to build and progress as it pro- gresses. Our training has given us the ability to do so. Dentistry has given us its best and now looks to us to reciprocate. We hope that we shall meet its challenge as suc- cessfully as our predecessors. i 12 }• HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE Class of 19 57 DR. ST AN LEY HYDE DOSH In sincere appreciation of his tremendous contribution towards the construction of 1,45 6 units of crown and bridge and for his pleasant, unpretentious personality, the Senior Class has elected Dr. Dosh as its Honorary Class President. Many years from now when we reminisce over our " student days, " time may blur the memories of some details such as the way Dr. Dosh chews gum, his mania for building THE perfect high fidelity system, or his enthusiasm for supercharged Lincolns, but we shall always re- member his inimitable friendly and helpful manner. Dr. Dosh, The class of 1957 welcomes you into its ranks! -{13}- Norman Stanley Alpher Norm . . . Washington, D. C. . . . George Washington Univer- sity . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . " As a matter of fact " . . . Hasn ' t been to an 8:00 lecture since freshman Histology . . . " The bacteria can see it, but I can ' t! " . . . Owns a gold-plated saddle . . . " You ' re a loser! " ... " I believe you, Joel. " William Milton Barbush Bill . . . Weirton, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, B.A. . . . Psi Omega (House Manager 4) . . . " What ' s the trouble, Ace? " . . . Four years of never-ending arguments with Alpher . . . Boy dentist . . . " You hate me, don ' t you? " . . . Always wears Ivy League sport shirts. Robert Lehman Bartlett Bob . ' . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . The Johns Hopkins University, B.A. . . . Gorgas . . . " Childs, you ' re gassed " . . . Hasn ' t worn a necktie since his admission interview . . . Always cold in lecture . . . Childs indoctrinated him to hi-fi . . . Premedicated himself for Mr. Foley ' s class . .■ . Never without coffee and a cigarette. s, emeus iuy Eugene Arthur Beliveau Pierre . . . Lynn, Massachusetts . . . Boston College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . ZIP jazz combo . . . " Cheeze! " . . . Always late — thought the last bell rang at 10 after . . . " Bellyview " . . . Hypo- chondriac . . . Did all the choice dissections in Anatomy . . . Owner of the Massachusetts bus line. Daniel Willis Benton Dan . . . Kaysville, Utah . . . University of Utah ... A son of the great golden West . . . Losing his hair just a bit slower than Bishop . . . " Dangerous Dan " . . . Chronic practical joker ... A sincere missionary . . . Thinks all holidays should be spent trout fishing or deer hunting. William Frederick Bishop Bish . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . " Wild Bill " . . . " Come onnnn, now! " . . . " Doctor, how about when — " . . . His head makes Benton look like a Sampson . . . " Are you still trying? I think you had better give up, son " . . . Rides Griffin ' s jet express every morning without a parachute. 1957 -E 15 } „ John Frederick Black Blackie . . . Fairlawn, New Jersey . . . Fairleigh Dickinson College . . . " Hi ya! " . . . Does a peculiar step at school dances . . . Third generation to go through B.C.D.S. . . . " Of course! " . . . Cowboy dentist who dresses and acts remarkably similarly to Marlon Brando . . . Owns a shiny upper left bicuspid . . . Used to relax from clinic tension with Childs at Chick ' s . . . Oral surgery internship at B.C.D.S. Louis Blum Louie . . . Hammonton, New Jersey . . . The Newark Colleges of Rutgers University . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group (Treasurer) . . . " W-o-o-o-w " . . . Wears three-button tweeds from Joe Banks . . . Bought a " Ford-iliac " convertible for his wife . . . Weekend blasts in New York . . . Favorite drink is " Saki on the rocks " . . . Teamed up with Broe to do " Bob and Ray " bits on any school situation. Charles Daniel Broe Charlie . . . Tewksbury, Massachusetts . . . Tufts College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Newman Club . . . " Huh? " . . . One of the " fasti- gued Saki sippers " . . . " I ' m just a poor man ' s Bill Johnson " . . . " Did you hear that ' Bob and Ray ' bit? " . . . First B.C.D.S. student to walk the 14th floor cornice of the Southern Hotel . . . " Tiger Broe " — permanent resident at the Loop . . . Originator of the ' Spoon Club " award. en 10 fit -{16! William George Buchanan Bill . . . Montvale, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . " Aw, just thumb it in — they don ' t know " . . . Benzadrine and beer at 7:00 A.M. . . . The Class ' s youngest, but already has a past . . . Blue suede shoes ... A teller of weird tales . . . Has a list of many detailed antidotes . . . Frequented the 2 O ' clock Club. Vito Dominic Buonomano Vit . . . Providence, Rhode Island . . . Providence College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . " It ' s easy! " . . . Holds the School record in the sophomore operative " Drop the foil " contest . . . Part-time dental student . . . Oh, those speeches for Mr. Foley ! ! . . . Always in a hurry — sees six patients on a slow day . . . " Hey, Butler. Why did you leave so early? " . . . Former weekend commuter to Havre de Grace . . . " You crazy lady, you! " James Ambrose Butler, Jr. Xi Psi Gorgas Jim . . . Freeport, New York . . . Niagara University Phi (Sergeant at Arms 4) . . . Class Vice President (1) (Sergeant at Arms 3, 4) . . . Newman Club . . . " Hello there, mother! " . . . Doesn ' t own a tie . . . " And away we go " . . . Excel- lent operator and a sincere ZIP . . . Big Jim . . . Him sing-um songs heap loud at fraternity house parties. 9S7 n LIBRARY DENTIS TRY-PHARMACY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE Charles Wallis Buttner Chas . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Psi Omega ... " I got somethin ' to tell you! " . . . Never bothered anyone . . . " Oooh, Butler, you ' re rotten! " . . . Shuffle shoes . . . Wore a mustache sporadically . . . Had his own anti-freeze to com- bat Baltimore ' s winter weather . . . Owned charge accounts at the Pink Cherub and Leon ' s. Richard Ernest Cabana Rich . . . Paterson, New Jersey Omega . . . Newman Club . . hat everywhere — even to bed . . head Club " . . . Whistles in G flat minor . . . One of the Jersey gang . . . Spent his senior year gaining weight ... A hustler in the clinic. . . Seton Hall University ... Psi " Hey, Sam " . . . Wears his new A candidate for the " High Fore- Hubert Thomas Chandler Tom . . . Charleston, West Virginia . . . Morris Harvey College . . . " You do half the experiments, Bob, and I ' ll do the other half " . . . " West Virginia is the best state in the Union! " . . . After excavating molar cavities, he developed an interest in exploring caves . . . " What ' s the next project, Doctor? " . . . Intends to make a lifetime study of acute necrotizing gingivitis . . . Real outdoorsman. 6, emoiis -{18 Robert Lee Childs Bob . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Duquesne University, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . " Of course I intend to use foil in my practice " . . . Reserved 15 minutes of lunch hour as worry time and soon developed a huge following . . . Carries aromatic ammonia capsules in his case; sometimes feels faint while waiting for instructors to answer light . . . Wears overcoat in lecture . . . Golden-voiced orator of A section . . . Wyatt Earp fan . . . The fastest gun in B.C.D.S. Neil Cohen Quinn . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega . . . " Lots of luck " . . . Missed more 8 o ' clocks than Alpher . . . Always has a Monday morning story . . . Hypo- chondriac . . . Confuses Miami with Heaven . . . " What did he say this morning? " . . . Cuts clinic to play golf . . . Wears a bathing suit under his clothes . . . Changes clinic gowns daily . . . Week- ends in New York and Washington . . . Internship in oral surgery. Bill William Eugene Colliver Camp Hill, Pennsylvania B.S. . . . Psi Omega Gorgas University of Maryland, . B.C.D.S. Journal . . . Mirror . . Class Historian (3, 4) . " Hi, Dad! " . . . Thought Croteau was ugly until everyone said they looked alike . . . " Any- body see Franklin? " . . . " You ' re cool, man! " . . . Weekends in Bethesda during junior year and a new roommate for the senior year. 19S7 -{ 19 J- Joseph Andre Croteau Joe . . . Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Editor 4) . . . Mirror (3, Editor 4) . . . Newman Club . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group . . . " Gee, I don ' t know " . . . Hated to be awakened during lecture . . . Looks like Colliver . . . Quizzed his patients on politics . . . Future Republican mayor of Chicopee Falls . . . News analyst . . . Cross- word puzzle student . . . Oral surgery internship. Bertrand Saul Dann Bert . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S., M.S. . . . Senate (Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, President 4) . . . Class President (3, 4) . . . Class Historian (1) ... Gorgas (Vice President 4) ... I. F. C. (4) . . . Professional Schools Senate (3, 4) ... Mirror (4) . . . (President 3) . . . " Hi, Hoss " and Dr. Louie . . . Bow tie Christmases in Miami . . . occasionally in lecture . . . California is " only handicap. great! ' Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group . . . Had a two-year lease on Chair 50 addict . . . Summers in California — " Come on June ' 57! " . . . Sleeps " Let ' s give up smoking, Urb " . . . . . Started senior year with 3-month Urban Bernard DeCosta Urb . . . Bristol, Rhode Island . . . Providence College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . I. F. C. Bowling and Softball . . . " What difference does it make!? " . . . Wasn ' t dressed unless he was wearing a ciga- rette . . . " Boys, the best time to read a novel is the night before an exam " . . . Member of the " Fabulous Five " . . . Majored in space maintenance in junior year . . . Tremendo New England accent ... " Is that nice? " . . . P. O. Department labeled a special box " Urb to Sally " . . . " See you around campus. " en wn$ -[20 1- Frederick Bertrand Delorme Fred . . . Barre, Vermont . . . University of Vermont and State Agricultural College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . " Did two today! " . . . Had hand lotion and special clinic shoes . . . " Guess what!? " . . . A demon with a rouge wheel . . . Came to Baltimore from Vermont to ice skate . . . " Gee whiz " . . . Never smiled until he got mar- ried . . . Masked operator of the operative floor . . . " The Vermont Admiral. " John Joseph Demartin Jack . . . Fairfield, Connecticut . . . University of Vermont and State Agricultural College . . . Gorgas . . . I. F. C. Bowling and Softball . . . " What seems to be the trouble? " . . . Spent social afternoons on the clinic floor . . . " What did you do now, Freddie? " . . . Bob ' s worst patient . . . " Is that right? " . . . " Come on, you guys, let ' s have a party " . . . Member of the " Fabulous Five " . . . " Did Bob get my lunch? " . . . " I ' m really a playboy at heart " . . . Weekend ski trip s to New England. Robert Edmard Demartin Bob . . . Fairfield, Connecticut . . . University of Vermont and State Agricultural College . . . Gorgas . . . I. F. C. Bowling and Softball . . . " Really!? " . . . " No, not that way. Jack! Here, let me show you how " . . . Member of the " Fabulous Five " . . . Jack ' s worst patient . . . Hates hair-cuts . . . " Did Jack get my lunch? " . . . " You people down here don ' t know how to live! " . . . " What do you mean, deadline? " . . . " All these Baltimore girls are alike — . . . " — and I thought it was her shoulder! " 1957 iw John Henry Dempsey Demps . . . Lewisburg, West Virginia . . . West Virginia Univer- sity, A.B. . . . Psi Omega . . . Class Treasurer (1) ... " I can ' t understand it; West Virginia should be in first place this year " . . . Rested his eyes in every lecture for four years . . . Almost beat Griffin at golf once . . . " Sometimes I can ' t undersand Walt " . . . Didn ' t take a note in senior year . . . Played mumbly-peg in Anatomy with Foose . . . Had parties that overflowed into the next apartment. Elliott Howard Dickler Buddy . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror . . . " Aw, Fingerhood, leave me alone " . . . Don ' t know where he finds all those tall girls . . . " This is ridiculous! " . . . " Big Red " . . . " But, Dr. Dosh, you don ' t need a 90-watt output " . . . Slowly losing his hair . . . Dempsey ' s keeper — woke him up after each lecture . . . Took instrument inventory in Fingerhood ' s case . . . Hi-fi zealot. Seymour Bernard Fingerhood Sy . . . Trenton, New Jersey . . . New York University, B.A.; University of Pennsylvania, M.A. . . . Alpha Omega (Historian 2, Secretary 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Class Historian (2) ... Class Secre- tary (3, 4) . . . " Nobody has a name like ' Fingerhood ' " ... Ivy League, Summa Cum Laude . . . " Hi-Fi-Si, riding through the glen " . . . Spent many hours in the house " library " with a magazine . . . FINGERHOOD!!?? . . . Taught his pedo patients how to count. S, e metis -{22] Karl Josef Foose K. J. . . . Hunti ngton, West Virginia . . . Marshall College . . . " Doctor, may I ask you a question? " . . . " Moose " . . . " Exam today? But I didn ' t study — I played ball last night! " . . . White bucks . . . " Hey, Paul, did you bring a paper this morning? " . . . Played human endoform for Franklin . . . The " West Virginia Whiz. " William Grady Franklin Bill . . . Mt. Ranier, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . " Man, that ' s a ' cool ' tie! " . . . Always well dressed . . . Carol picks out his ties . . . " Let ' s have a cup of coffee and a cigarette before clinic " . . . K. J. ' s dentist . . . " Colliver, where ' s my lunch? " . . . Finally married Carol . . . ' I ' m allergic to cadavers — let Moose carve " . . . " Jose the II. " Paul Edward Freed Bub . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Mirror (Photographic editor 4) . . . " Hey, Dad, I bought a ' cool ' record last night! " . . . Lost a notebook every week . . . Introduced color roentgenology to the B.C.D.S. . . . Hi-fi enthus- iast . . . Expert photographer . . . Carried a camera in his instru- ment case . . . Smokes a pipe a hi Mr. Foley. 19S7 -{23}- Joseph Patrick Garvey Joe . . . Newport, Rhode Island . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . " That ' s a snap! " . . . Rode with " The Varsity " to Rhode Island on vacations . . . " Are you sure that instrument isn ' t mine? " . . . Dr. Nuttall ' s protege . . . " I ' m doing this case for the experience " . . . Wanted to keep pharmacology lab mice for pets . . . Had a personal grudge against lecture notes . . . A sincere operator . . . Worked harder at night than he did in clinic. Roy Frank Gherardi Roy . . . Corona, New York . . . New York University, B.A. . . . Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group . . . " I ' m telling you, boy! " . . . Had Dr. Gaver ' s coughs in his notes . . . " Did you see any old exams? " . . . Didn ' t buy a can of Cristobalite for two years ... 4 A.M. feedings for the baby . . . Always willing to help . . . Navy Senior Dental Program. George William Greco George Gorgas Emmitsburg, Maryland . . . Mount St. Mary ' s Colle ge . Newman Club . . . Mirror (4) . . . " Talk about anything but school! " . . . Wore the whitest bucks in the class . . . Was led astray by Kiser . . . " There must be others worse off than I " . . . Likes TV fights, good music, and Hager ' s jokes . . . Figures seven years was long enough to get to know a girl . . . Couldn ' t afford to get married. t em H -{24}- N£S p7 Ray Evan Griffin Ray . . . Barton, Vermont . . . University of Vermont and State Agricultural College, B.A. . . . Class Sergeant at Arms (3) . . ■ " You ' re worse than my kids! " . . . The " Grand Old Man of Dentistry " . . . Poor man ' s Middlecoff — cuts the eighteenth hole at Mt. Pleasant like a pro . . . Came to one school dance — Olive refused to carry him home anymore . . . " The first thing I ' m going to do when I get out of here is — " . . . Drove his station wagon like a B 47. Jimmy Ray Hager Jim . . . Hewett, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University . . . Psi Omega . . . Class Treasurer (3, 4) ... " Let ' s go fishing, Walt; these city people are nuts! " . . . Spent four years agitating Griffin . . . Always in a rush — even sleeps in a hurry . . . " Have you heard the one about — " . . . Ace Softball pitcher . . . " Loan me an instrument, Ray; the instructor is waitin ' on me " . . . Will practice dentistry when hunting and fishing seasons are closed. Walter Burnell Hall Huntz . . . Quincy, Massachusetts . . . Cornell University, A.B. ... Psi Omega (Editor 4, Social Chairman 4) . . . Senate (3, Vice President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . The Journal (Chairman 3) . . . Professional School Senate (3, Vice President 4) . . . " This place is driving me nuts! " . . . Completed all requirements by April so he could go fishing . . . Lived for weekends . . . Individ- ualist . . . Found his Utopia in Seattle ... As relaxed before an exam as Griffin was gassed . . . Had his own beer keg at the house . . . Campaigned for Stevenson in " 56. 19S7 -{25}. Raymond Donard Haslam Ray . . . Pottsville, Pennsylvania . . . Washington Missionary College . . . Gorgas . . . " Come on. Homer, give me the ' lend ' of — " ... Mustache and bow ties . . . Learned how to cuss at B.C.D.S. . . . " Shut up, or I ' ll give you a good one! " . . . Got his lab techinician a job at school so he wouldn ' t have to take the work home to have it done . . . Felt groggy if he had more than three hours ' sleep . . . U. S. P. H. S. internship. Paul Emmet Higgins Homer . . . Frostburg, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . " Hey, Hasss " . . . White shirt and tie was a must for class . . . " How ' bout it? " . . . Hated Baltimore with a passion . . . " I " ll smack you one, ' Has ' " ... Bor- rowed most of his equipment and supplies from Haslam . . . Ate lunch with Langfield at " Agros. " Orville Clayton Hurst Orv . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . " I never knew places like this existed! " . . . Wore Christmas present ties . . . Pedo patients from Connie ' s class . . . Very sin- cere when explaining to his patient why the bridge wouldn ' t be ready for another week . . . Owned the longest car in the class . . . Had his own ideas about many lab techniques . . . Played train whistle records on hi-fi. enwu thmM 26] Thomas Kent Ingram Tom . . . Clifton Forge, Virginia . . . Virginia Military Institute . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . " When in doubt, yank it out " . . . Patented the ball-point explorer . . . Carried a herniated brief case . . . Owned the only endoform with leukoplakia . . . Ran a jewelry making lab . . . Filled Mary Allen ' s teeth at home . . . Revised G. V. ' s principles completely beyond recognition ... A tornado with legs . . . Oral surgery internship. Gerald Marshall Isbell Jerry . . . Arlington, Virginia . . . University of Maryland . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Mirror . . . Cool, calm, collected, and tired . . . Carried a cremated notebook dating from the freshman year . . . Never misses a party . . . Poker player " supreme " . . . Once known as " Sterile Gerald, " but now drives a ' 48 DeSoto Baby Carriage . . . Owns a frustrated parakeet ... A " gung-ho " ex-Leatherneck. William McDonald Johnson Bill . . . Lakeland, Florida . . . Berea College . . . " So we ' re late " . . . Shoestring bow ties, mustache, and bloodshot eyes . . . One of the most " un-gassed " guys in the class ... A real Southern gentleman . . . Twenty-four hour automobile trips to Florida . . . Did Class II foils ... A disciple of Dr. Louie . . . Almost always closed up the clinic at night. 9S7 -127}- £ Livia Kalnins Liv . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . The Johns Hopkins University, McCoy College . . . " May I copy your notes, please, Bill? " . . . An excellent swimmer and a fine sport ... " I thought my patient would spit all afternoon " . . . Outnumbered 103 to 1, but kept her feminine character through four years . . . Instructors ' jokes never phased her . . . Had her Pedo patients pull her instrument case dolly. William Ignatius Keene Bill . . . Trenton, New Jersey . . . Mt. Saint Mary ' s College . . . Newman Club . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group . . . " It ' s a chicken-breasted belly-scratcher! " . . . Rx One peanut butter sandwich on retiring . . . Kiser ' s playmate . . . Commuted to Emmitsburs . . . Loves food . . . Ornithologist . . . Built a hi-fi set but couldn ' t use it . . . Ruined Kiser ' s records . . . Wants to visit Alaska. John Poist Keffer, Jr. Jack . . . Trenton, New Jersey . . . Villanova College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Mirror . . . Newman Club . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group (Vice President 3) . . . I. F. C. Tennis . . . " If they keep me over the summer, I won ' t be alone! " . . . Best dressed tennis player in the class ... " I wonder if there is a letter waiting at home from her? " ... A " Caver " . . . Great authority on love . . . Keene ' s " man Friday. " s, e metis - 28 James Van Lieu Kiser Jim . . . Romney, West Virginia . . . Davis and Elkins College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas (Historian 4) ... Class Secretary (2) . . . " Judas Priest! " . . . Keene ' s playmate . . . " Goin ' up to Yankee land this weekend " . . . Spelunker, par excellence . . . Spring is synonomous with trout fishing . . . Collected rocks, fossils, and women . . . " West Virginia is God ' s country " . . . Educated farmer — doesn ' t like the rush of cities. :■;::.. o . Fred Herman Andrew Koeniger Fred . . . Rochester, New York . . . The University of Rochester, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Assistant Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4) . . . Mirror (3) . . . " Free beer? Where? " . . . Originator of the " fat eye " . . . Has the bearing of a general . . . Enjoyed getting en- gaged . . . Drove an antiquated Willys . . . " But, I ' m in love with her! " . . . " L ' artiste " . . . Smoothie. William Edgar Landefeld, Jr. Ed . . . Cumberland, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, B.A. ... " I wish I was out of here! " . . . Langfield ' s helper . . . Always needed a haircut . . . " Hi, Livia " . . . Noted for his exceptionally quick wit . . . " Landaman " . . . Excellent operator with a wax spatula . . . Ate lunch with Higgins at " Agros " . . . Agitated female pharmacy students before lectures in Hall 31. 19S7 -f29f Kenneth Joseph Langfield Lang . Somerset, Massachusetts . . . University of Massachu- setts . . . Newman Club . . . " The story is — " . . . Came to Balti- more to find Joan . . . " No, no, Doctor! LANGFIELD, not Langfeld! " . . . Helped Koeniger deflask dentures ... A chronic egg-nogger . . . Worked in Dr. Clement ' s section . . . Competed with Ingram and Monroe for the title of " Class Jewelry Making King. " George Albert Lippard, Jr. Lip . . . Columbia, South Carolina . . . Davidson College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Class Vice President (2) ... " Gol — ly " (with an accent) . . . Southern gentleman — plantation style . . . Always calm . . . Engaged in unintelligible conversations with Stokes and Williams . . . " That ' s ' cool ' man! " . . . Wore Ivy League Clothes ... In partnership with the Southern Hotel syndicate. Donald Bruce Lurie Don . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta ... " I don ' t give a damn! " . . . Dr. Lu ' s shadow . . . " The Old Man says — " ... A future Connie Inman . . . " It ' s time we learned how " . . . Dresses Ivy League a la Brooks Brothers . . . " I ' ll be back! " . . . His wife put him on a diet . . . Oral surgery internship. s, eniefis 1 ■ -, ! i3oy John Joseph Martielli John . . . Hempstead, New York . . . Davis and Elkins College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . I. F. C. (4) . . . " You can ' t gas me " . . . " My father-in-law can get it for you wholesale " . . . Combs his hair over the shiny spots ... " I don ' t have time to explain . Famous last words: " No kids for me, boy! " Likes that Florida sun. it right now ' Dennis Laurent Maud Denny . . . Blue Point, New York . . . Norwich University, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . " Zooock! " . . . Was kicked out of B section after the freshman year . . . " Nickie, what did you put in these sandwiches? " ... A fanatic for neatness . . . " The word for gingiva is ' gooms ' " ... Plans to build his office next to his sailboat dock. Jerry Wayne Medlock Tex . . . Hitchcock, Texas . . . Presbyterian College, B.S. . . . " Foot! " . . . Always accents the first syllable of every word . . . Won lasting fame for his finger impressions in the freshman year . . . The " Squire of Lombard Street " ... A member of the " Triple Entente " . . . Was on time for an 8:00 lecture once or twice . . . The only student who lived on campus . . . Wore his clinic sown to school. ft 19S7 -(31}. Ernest Charles Merkel, Jr. Ernie . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S., M.S. . . . Psi Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Gorgas . . . " Oh, shhh! " . . . Actually didn ' t start to take courses until the junior year ... A member of the " Triple Entente " . . . " Hey, Hawghead " . . . Wore one tie for four years . . . An instigator: tried to get Messer and Medlock to do things he wouldn ' t do himself. Eugene Joseph Messer Gene . . . West Springfield, Massachusetts ... St. Michael ' s College, A.B. . . . Newman Club . . . " Hey, Medlock " ... A member of the " Triple Entente " . . . Espionage agent for the Faculty . . . " Boy, look at this — fits like a glove! " . . . Owns three Coca-Cola trucks . . . No one has ever seen him in an over- coat . . . Has more of Medlock ' s instruments than Medlock. Joe Harvey Miller, Jr. Joe . . . Hyattsville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega (House Custodian) . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group . . . " Never again! " . . . Took a total of one direct inlay pattern during two years in the clinic . . . The " Lover Boy " of the Psi Omega House . . . Attributes his downfall to Monroe . . . " The Benzardrine Kid " . . . Also known as " The Widow Women ' s Delight. " — 1 ' -] ' T t : -: J r- 1 — r- Hfek 1 wi. - Si eni lis -1321- John Charles Miller, Jr. John . . . Washington, D. C. . . . University of Maryland . . . " No! He ' s not my brother! " . . . Was the star actor in one of Dr. Nuttall ' s movie films . . . The heavier of the Miller " brothers " . . . Along with Monroe, he brought about Joe Miller ' s degen- eration . . . Senior research project was teaching hamsters how to breed . . . Delighted his section with his speech in Mr. Foley ' s class. Ralph Charles Monroe Ralph . . . Milo, Maine . . . University of Maine . . . Psi Omega . . . Mirror (3, 4) . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group . . . " Well, I ' ll tell ya " . . . Almost flunked the whole class by teaching them how to play chess . . . Chronic scalpel sharpener in Anatomy lab ... A second Arthur Murray on the dance floor . . . Gave a helping hand in Joe Miller ' s worldly education . . . Spent more time making jewelry for Chris than he did in his courses. John George Mueller John . . . Okmulgee, Oklahoma . . . Duke Univers ity, B.A. . . . Psi Omega (Secretary 4) . . . Psychosomatic Dentistry Study Group . . . " The way I figure it is — " . . . Likes charcoal greys because he can use his pants cuff as a pen wiper . . . Goes to formals wearing cowboy boots . . . Emulated the Dean — only smoked " stogies " . . . Only man in the class who wears a vest . . . Took voluminous notes ... A practical joker. 19S7 ■i33f- Raymond Elliot Mullaney Ray . . . Quincy, Massachusetts . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . " Did you bring note paper today? " . . . Keeps banker ' s hours at school . . . Always wears a suit . . . The only student in school who drives a Lincoln . . . " Go to hell. I ' ll borrow from somebody else " . . . Really worked putting himself through school . . . " Did you lend me this instrument in the junior year? " Nassif Joseph Nassif Joe Rowlesburg, West Virginia A.B. . . . Psi Omega West Virginia University, Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . " Excellent! Tremendous! " . . . Brush haircut . . . " We know this stuff " . . . Has more Class III foils than Dr. Randolph . . . " Yeah, yeah, yeah " . . . Waged a one-man campaign against SED . . . " Hey, Jungle " . . . " Mau, mau " . . . Has a characteristic laugh . . . " Would you mind repeating that, Doctor? " Minor Paul Nestor Dusty . . . Parsons, West Virginia . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . " Hey, Oods " . . . Invariably late for class . . . " Beer? Nope, I ' m working tonight " . . . Athlete extraordinaire . . . " Property of U. of Md. " . . . Says his wife beats him . . . " Guess I ' ll sell a little ' Wearever ' tonight " . . . Looks gassed . . . Was lost in the wilderness " turkey hunting " . . . Lived down in Crown and Bridge for half the senior year. s t en 10 its 34 Thomas Francis Owens Mt. Carmel, Pennsylvania . . . The Pennsylvania State . . Mirror (Business Staff Always gassed . . . Friday . . Likes good music . . . " Oodles " ; reduced to 205 to pass the Navy physical . . . The " Loop " (1, 2, 3) and " Harold ' s " (4) . . . " Blast-off time " : 8:15. Tom . . . College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . Gorgas 3) . . . " Slow down and live " . . night card games at the ZIP House Rafael Angel Pagan-Colon Ralph . . . Barranquitas, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . " You know — " . . . The pharmacist . . . Taught Repole the Latin technique . . . " What you theenk? " . . . Was usually worried . . . Made dates at the Pan-American Club . . . The " Rhythm King " : really smooth on the dance floor! . . . Nationalist??? . . . Had his car stolen. Roy Christopher Page Roy . Campobello, South Carolina . . . Berea College, A.B. ... Psi Omega . . . Class Vice President (3, 4) . . .Gorgas (Secretary 4) . . . Mirror (4) . . . " Ye, gads, Charlie! " . . . Brought the " Tater bug " to the North . . . Learned to drink and dance in the big, sinful city . . . Next to Broe, is the second largest stockholder in the " Loop " . . . Takes night walks with upturned collar . . . " Heh " . . . Defends political rights of the small Carolina farmer . . . Broe ' s keeper. 195 7 35] Orie Nicholas Passarelli Nick . . . Paterson, New Jersey . . . Saint Peter ' s College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice President 4, Social Chairman 4) . . . " I really got ' bombed ' last night! " . . . Used Pagan ' s note paper for four years . . . Has been on a diet for four years and hasn ' t lost a pound yet . . . The wild man of the ZIP jazz combo . . . Has a " mental hysteria " about his health . . . " You should have seen the ' blast ' the ZIPS had last night. " William Russell Patteson Bill . . . Mount Hope, West Virginia . . . Marshall College . . . Psi Omega . . . Senate (1, 2) . . . " Crazy, man! " ... A distinguished speaker . . . Made the transition from " Be4x p " attire to Ivy League dress in four years ... A " cool " operator: dental or otherwise . . . Never gets angry . . . Does the " Mount Hope Rock " . . . Seat number 69. Peter Pecoraro, Jr. Peck . . . Providence, Rhode Island . . . Providence College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Newman Club . . . I. F. C. Bowling and Softball . . . " Nope " . . . Puleo ' s right4iand man . . . " That was a nice little snack " ... A member of the " Fabulous Five " . . . " If I can ' t do dentistry, I can become a cook " . . . Finished requirements in a big hurry so he could have more time to sleep ... " I don ' t like her " . . . Front seat by the TV. en wfis -!36f John Vincent Puleo John . . . Providence, Rhode Island . . . Providence College, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . I. F. C. Bowling and Softball . . . " Anyone using the car tonight? " . . . Marie ' s gifts look nice on him . . . Member of the " Fabulous Five " . . . Did 30 restorations to get a pathology case checked off . . . " Mother, my partial is bent! " . . . " Dr. Louie calls me ' John ' now " . . . Mr. D.: Tina tink I ' ma gonna faint " . . . On and off love affair. Alfred Joseph Rapuano Rap . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . The Newark Colleges of Rutgers University . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Newman Club . . . " You don ' t know me, Honey, but how ' s about going out tonight? " . . . Used his own instruments only when necessary . . . " If I only had a car! " . . . Got restorations checked off on Dr. Clement ' s " days " . . . " Girls really interest me " . . . Knew all of the student nurses . . . President of " The Club. " Clyde Eugene Reed Clyde . . . Williamson, West Virginia . . . West Virginia Uni- versity, B.S. . . . " Would you like to be Queen for a day? " . . . Wears wide ties with wide knots . . . " The Class V Kid " . . . Took Geltrate impressions with Solvite . . . Easygoing, but hard stopping . . . Does all of his lab work at the House . . . Was greatly gassed as a junior ... He is still looking for the masseter muscle. 1957 37)- Angelo Michael Repole Angic . . . Trenton, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland . . . Xi Psi Phi (Secretary 4, House Manager 4) . . . Newman Club . . . " How did you make out this weekend? " . . . Good natured and easygoing . . . " Lend me a piece of paper " . . . Lost more Wartz carvers than anyone else in the History of B.C.D.S. . . . " The Count " . . . Never heard the alarm clock on 8:00 days ... V. P. of " The Club " . . . Losing his hair. William Henry Ruppert, Jr. Rup . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega (Junior Grand Master 4) . . . " Boy, am I hungry! " . . . Could win any eating contest (if Owens wasn ' t around) . . . A hard worker and a good operator . . . Ladies man — never missed a social event at school . . . Spent summers at Ocean City . . . Did his foil requirements in pedo . . . Neatness per- sonified . . . Inserted the same Class I three times. Charles Benjamin Rushford, Jr. Ben . . . Hinton, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . " Lookie here " . . . Excellent operator and technician . . . Can remember anything except instructors ' names . . . Went for days without . . Cemented sleeping or eating ' My back is killing me! 28 full crowns on one patient . . . Was drafted and A. W. O. L. three times during his four years at B.C.D.S. . . . Army internship. s, en Ms -J 38}- Herbert Henry Rust Herb . . . Upper Marlboro, Maryland . . . Queens College . . . " Hey, you know what? " . . . Always gassed; always passed! . . . Lives in motels on weekends . . . Almost started smoking . . . Has logged 6,000 miles on the Jersey Turnpike . . . Lost 10 pit foils in Diagnosis . . . Typed lecture notes in ' 53; no lecture note s in ' 57 . . . Unhappy bachelor . . . Drove an excursion bus to Edmondson Village. Francis John Salvato Babe . . . Westfield, New Jersey . . . Gettysburg College, A.B. . . . " Yeah, I know her — I went out with her once " . . . Never present, but seldom absent . . . B.CD.S. ' s contribution to Goucher College . . . " New suit, Herb? " ... Is the nicest guy when speaking to instructors . . . " What are we doing this weekend? " . . . An eternal bachelor . . . Rap ' s chauffeur. Alvin Robert Sayers Al . . . Roxbury, Vermont . . . Midwestern University . . . " I don ' t know who it belongs to, but it ' s mine " . . . Wears three- foot " butterfly " ties . . . " The Pulaski Highway Flash " . . . " Anybody wanna buy a trailer — cheap? " ... A faithful Stude- baker owner ... If you want him, look for the closest chess game . . . Has a fatal curiosity about East Baltimore Street. 1957 -{39}- - Abraham Schachter Abe . . . Bridgeport, Connecticut . necticut, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . Wears his belt around his knees . . . . Does a lot of reading . . . . . . " You ' re a loser! I ' m a winner! ' . . The University of Con- . . " Dis kid Iggy — ' . . . . . " You and your scooter! " Takes notes in hieroglyphics ... Doesn ' t own a suit coat . . . The original juvenile delinquent year wrestling with " Bear " Ulanet. Spent the freshman Albert Seymore Schaffer Al . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . " Well, Ruthie says — ' . . . Does the sugar foot no matter what the orchestra is playing . . . " How ' s by you, Iggie? " . . . Had dinner at Ruthie ' s every Friday night . . . " Really! Let ' s do the experiment right this time " . . . Always gassed . . . " Man in the Grey Flannel Suit " ... A rabid Oriole supporter. Paul Kenneth Schick Paul . . . West Hartford, Connecticut . . . Tufts College . . . Alpha Omega . . . " The Quiet Man " . . . Came to a fraternity meeting — once . . . An avid dissector in Anatomy lab . . . Owned the School during his freshman year . . . " Paul Schick? Who ' s he? " . . . Often attended lectures . . . Hospital extern . . . Had a different date every week during the freshman year. t eniM -[401- Robert Jay Schwartz Bob . . . Miami, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Alpha Omega (Assistant Treasurer 3) . . . Class Treasurer (2) . . . " I didn ' t study at all " . . . Has a subtle sense of humor . . . Was chief surgeon in Anatomy lab ... A very serious and pur- poseful student . . . Wore Ivy League clothes . . . " Fingerhood, you old — " . . . Owns an interest in the " Band Box " . . . Movie- goer of the sophomore year . . . " The Weed. " Harry Edwin Semler, Jr. Eddy . . . Baltimore, Maryland sity, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . Couldn ' t wait to get married . . Tweeds and Ivy League . . . . . The Johns Hopkins Univer- " Come on, smarten up! " . . . " How do you feel, Bob? " . . . ' Who ' s robbing all my stuff? " . . . Finally became a proud papa . . . " What ' s playing over at the Howard? " . . . Freshman year — " Harley ' s " at 3:00 A.M. Joseph Israel Shevenell Joe . . . Biddeford, Maine ... St. Michael ' s College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . " Open that damn window! " . . . Runs the Johns Hopkins blood bank . . . " Da-da-dee-da " . . . Came CLEAN from Maine ... A practical dentist . . . Dr. Louie ' s protege . . . Wore dark glasses in the clinic and Snyder thought it was Greta Garbo . . . Hates the Army. 1957 . V- iny Carl S. Singer Carl . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta . . . I. F. C. . . . " Hey, yus! " . . . Chief cook and bottle washer on Sunday mornings . . . SED duties really ran him ragged ... " I can get it for you whole- sale " . . . " Where ' s Singer? " . . . Beams at the thought of his son . . . Has an affinity for Tattersall vests . . . " I ' m going home and watch the fishts " . . . Built a mansion for his dog. Elwood Stanley Snyder, Jr. Woody . . . West Orange, New Jersey . . . Middlebury College . . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Always answers " yes " ... A Robert Hall stylist . . . Made quite an impression in Mr. Foley ' s class . . . Lived out in the " Valley " after he got married . . . Has a heavy heel . . . " How ' s your arm? " . . . Convinced he is never wrong . . . " Coca-Cola is good for you. " Robert John Stag Bob . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega ... " I just can ' t get started this semester " . . . Was the " Class I King " of the junior year . . . " Got a life saver, so I can smoke a cigarette? " . . . Has a ready smile, and a live temper . . . Changes motor oil every 50,000 miles and filter every 5,000 . . . Did a Class .IV foil . . . " Bob Stud " . . . " Last ten minutes, ten points. " enuu -w -4- •{42}- Thomas Dodds Stokes, Jr. T. D. . North Carolina, B.A. all " . . . Wears a flat Never misses a party Lexington, North Carolina . The University of . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . " You cat " hat . . . " I ' ll give you a clue " . . . . " Bull " ... A genuine " Tarheel " . . . " Just you listen to your old dad " . . . The other third of the Lip- pard, Williams, Stokes clan . . . Likes the South. Alan Stoler Alvie . . . Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega (Historian 3, Editor 3, House Manager 3, 4) ... Gorgas . . . " This is tremendous! " . . . Chronic sneezer — the Lone Ranger of the Clinic . . . " Cough, cough " . . . Has a year-round sun tan . . . Wears Florida sport shirts ... A space maintainer expert . . . His voice is still changing . . . Delivered a speech in Mr. Foley ' s class — one minute of words and three minutes of assorted coughs. William Andrew Stout Bill . . . Saranac Lake, New York . . . Tufts College, B.S. . . . " Where ' s my pal, Zim? " . . . The biggest little disturbance in B section . . . " As I was waltzing with Calvin Gaver " . . . Has the loudest cough in the class . . . Was the culprit who wrote " Good Morning Teacher " on the blackboard in Dr. Cappuccio ' s class . . . Cements loose Class V foils with airplane glue . . . " Stand back you ' earth people ' — this is a ray gun " . . . " Run for your lives, men; here comes ' Super Instructor! ' " ... Navy career officer. ?W « 1 1957 ■{43] John Malcomb Stribling Strib . . . Miami, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Psi Omega . . . Senate (2) . . . " I ' ll never get out of here! " . . . A Southern gentleman . . . " Bah-Himmel-Barf " . . . Idiosyncracy: a real interest in dentistry . . . Was forced to sit next to Stout for four years . . . " Jeee-zz " . . . " I ' m going right back down to south Florida where it ' s warm! " James Richard Sullivan Sully . . . Rockville, Maryland . . . Montgomery Junior College ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . I. F. C. Golf . . . " Where ' s Fox? " . . . Vargo ' s next-door neighbor . . . Finished most of his clinical requirements before the end of the junior year . . . " Vargo, let ' s go out to the Loop ' or up to Chick ' s " . . . Ate lunch with Vachon in the hospital for four years. Carl Anthony Tomosivitch Boom-Boom . . . Goshen, New York ... St. John ' s University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Newman Club . . . " Seen Cabana? " . . . Wears loud, wicked ties . . . The best scalpel sharpener in the Anatomy lab . . . Worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad (sleeping in the caboose) . . . Worked faster than " Speedy Gon- zales " in the clinic . . . Chews his gum like Dr. Dosh. s, enwu {AA Joel Jacob Ulanet Uley . . . South Orange, New Jersey . . . Lafayette College . . . Alpha Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . " Seriously, now! " . . . Sleeps like a bear and wrestles like one . . . " Come on, now " . . . White bucks . . . " I ' m going to marry this girl " . . . Owns Alpher ' s gold-plated saddle . . . Where are your notes, Alvie? " . . . Part owner of the Howard Theatre . . . " Seen Abe? " . . . Returned Anatomy bone box at graduation . . . " Sy baby " . . . Should have been a cook. John David Vachon Dave . . . Athens, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, A.B., M.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Class President (2) . . . Senate (2, 3, Secretary 4) . . . " Gosh, I don ' t know " . . . Bought his first pair of shoes to come to B.C.D.S. . . . " Fire in the hole " . . . Profuse store of Vachonisms of hillbilly wisdom . . . " Let ' s go eat with the nurses " . . . Mr. America of the B.C.D.S. . . . " Apinophrene " and emphysema. John William Vargo Jack . . . Mount Hope, West Virginia . . . Morris Harvey Col- lege ... Psi Omega . . . " Hog Jaw " . . . Performed a daily morning monologue for four years: " Hell-fire, I don ' t know! Seen Hans? Shut up Warren! Hell, I ' m sick — I ' m dyin ' " . . . Owns stock in a chewing-gum factory . . . Liked Histology and the Marine Corps . . . Has more parking tickets than the Police Department . . . Worked only on pregnant patients. 1957 -[45}- || lltfjfFT. :« TpV Hans Kvamme Varmer Hans . . . College Park, Maryland . . . Washington Missionary College, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . " Ja, vat vill ve do? " . . . Washington commuter . . . " Vargo, stop cussing! " . . . " Dot ' s olwright, Fank " ... A victim of his environment: the only time he could ever hear the lecturer was when Vargo and Stout cut class . doos? " ' No, my mudder-in-law is great ' ' Vy am I paying Frank Joseph Verdecchia Munch . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Class President (1) . . . Senate (1) . . . Class Social Chairman (3, 4) . . . Psi Omega (Pledgemaster 3, President 4) . . . I. F. C. (Treasurer 4) . . . Mirror (4) . . . Newman Club . . . " Aw, come onnn — who borrowed my — " . . . Wears matching ties, belts and watchbands . . . Carries Bobbie ' s picture in his note- book . . . Fed Warren a bar of Tripoli . . . " AmalgUm " . . . " Root canals for everyone " . . . Warren ' s secretary in lecture and technician in lab . . . Camera bug. Richard Howard Warren Dick . . . Jersey City, New Jersey . . . New York University . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Chaplain 2, Scribe 3) . . • Gorgas . . . " How far did you get today? " . . . Wears conservative tweeds . . . " Let me see yours, Munch. Does yours look like this? " . . . Tinkled test tubes in Biochemistry lab . . . Gasses all underclass- men . . . " Is this right? Is this right?? Is this right??? (q.i.d.y . . . Thinks Tripoli resembles a " Milky Way " . . . " Dr. Medina hates me " . . . Introduced Verdecchia to opera. s, en ion 8 -{46 r George William Waxter George . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . " Do it over! " . . . The Zane Grey Kid . . . " Ask him what he said " . . . " That ' s a test question for sure! " . . . " Got an extry one I can borry? " . . . An incurable card player . . . Got his crown and bridge requirements off on his dad ... " I carried you last year, Warren; it ' s your turn now! " Frederick Brown Williams Fred . . . Columbia, South Carolina . . . The Citadel . . . " Git on the aya, Doctah! " . . . Weekend trips to Durham for two years until he married Shirley . . . " Nothin ' could beat Mama ' s cookin ' " ... The dental student ' s best friend — a helping hand to all . . . Holds unintelligible conversations with Lippard and Stokes . . . Advocates the use of racoon bone toothpicks to pre- vent odontalgia . . . Excels at everything but spelling . . . Will receive one half of Zim ' s diploma for services rendered during the first two years . . . Navy internship. Gerald Zimmerman Zim . . . Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey . . . Dartmouth College, B.A. . . . " You ' re through — do mine now " . . . Invests inlay patterns in plaster . . . Ran a dental lab in Vargo ' s kitchen . . . Zim and pal Stout hang together like two DeMartins . . . Took him two years to learn to translate Williams ' accent . . . Spear- headed three fruitless attempts to have Underwood elected to office . . . Biggest mistake in four years was taking pal Stout for a patient. 9S7 Aai Is everybody happy: I ain ' t talking while the flavor lasts. The Seniors Above: " Double, double toil and trouble. " Below: It ' s gotta be here somewhere? Above: All this is over my head. Below: Some following. ' Dentdl truant Go home Dkkler, it ' s 7 p. The Seniors Above: Communing with the spirits. Below: Do I have to smile? Above: A study in expressions. Below: What this country needs is a good fire-cent cigar. Life ' s Mirror There are loyal hearts, there are spirits brave, There are souls that are pure and true; Then give to the world the best you have, And the best will come back to you. Give love, and love to your life will flow, And strength in your inmost needs; Have faith, and a score of hearts will show Their faith in your work and deeds. Give truth, and your gifts will be paid in kind, And song a song will meet; And the smile which is sweet will surely find A smile that is just as sweet. Give pity and sorrow to those who mourn; Ygu will gather in flowers again The scattered seeds from your thought outborne, Though the sowing seemed in vain. For life is the mirror of king and slave, ' Tis just what we are and do; Then give to the world the best you have And the best will come back to you. Madeline S. Bridges -{50 ' r CUuacas Zhc juniors CLASS OFFICERS President: Benedict S. LiPira Vice-President: Robert Goren Secretary: Gerald F. Hoffman Treasurer: Thomas H. Birney Historian: Ivan L. Starr Sergeant at Arms: Martin R. Crytzer Student Senate Representatives: F. Lee Eggnatz William H. Neilund The Junior Class returned to school eager to start their clinical practice. After two years of arduous studying and laborious technique work, we were to embark on the application of all we had learned in our pre-clinical courses. After many hazardous beginnings, the class adjusted to the everyday routine clinical life. Exams were still a part of the daily routine of a Junior, and our studying did not diminish to any great degree. In spite of a " cat and mouse " game up on the clinic floor with our patients, our class did manage to finish the year only slightly scratched. In retrospect we can count many happy events which helped to make the year most memorable. ■i y •r © w- w ,,p.j A jj» Ik 1 ivcr Ro«v Klein, Benzil, Johnson. Goren, Itkin, LiPira, Brager, Asadourian. Leonard, Bauerle, Birney, Lewis, D„ Baumann. Greco. Second Ron 1 : Long, Georgiades, Gannon, Kiefman, Denison, Haroth, Haddock, Frisbie, Ford, Block, Grobani, Lewis, R., Bodo, Levin, Jansen. Top Row: Killpack, Eggnatz, Burton, Lessig, Hemphill, Lecrone, Hyman, Hyland, Hoffman, Collins, Fuentes, Capo, Chait, Brown. The Junior Class First Roti ' : Sokale, Plassnig, Santangelo, Brandau, Harris, Feiler, Shamer, Jacobs. Second Row: Marlow, Wadsworth, Weiss, Watson, Schwartz, H., Schwartz, I., Stewart, Shelton, Tompkins. Neilund, Morita, Schneider, Perez, Nadeau. Third Row: Moss, Washuta, Sarubin, Starr, I., Spurrier, Starr, R., Spinelli, Trotto, Schaefer, Micelotti, Mehlisch. Magruder, Richter. Top Row: Wampler, Tawes, Rushton, Wolf, McLaughlin, Rubelman, Price, Raphael, Powell, O ' Brien, Osman, Parker, Luiz, Lucca, Resnek, Matos. t 9. P o Zi i ' ' M f V ■Q ? " $ i F Pa ly, LaV erne and Maxim, Hold that pose. The Juniors Above: Trouble ' s my middle name! Below: What this school needs is more chairs! Above: must be here some place! Below: Drawer demonstration! ' e came to drink not to dance. Passing the bottle. The Juniors Above: Arts and Crafts — Merit badge work. Below: The sheik. Above: Don ' t worry, honey, I ' ll graduate Below: Wasn ' t this project due last week? Sophomores CLASS OFFICERS President: Clifford Warner Vice-President: Daniel J. Sullivan Secretary: E. Gerard Keen Treasurer: Jerome Schwartz Historian: Elizabeth H. Noa Sergeant at Arms: Joseph B. Dietz Student Senate Representatives: James F. Sproul William F. Dombrowski After a three-month reprieve for summer vacation we returned to B.C.D.S. as proud Sophomores with bacteria, hares and tortoises, and " gunk " as challenging obstacles to overcome. Now the end of our second year has made us realize the fact that one half of our dream has come true and the mental anguish over histological studies, anatomical structures and biochemical formulae is but a shadow of the past in our memories. After much planning and expectation we had our class dance which turned out to be a most pleasant evening of fun and relaxation. With eager hearts and joyful anticipation we are looking forward to our clinic work, but until then we shall content ourselves with thoughts of the day when we wear that gown for the first time and experience all the emotions that accompany operating on a " live " patient! -{56]- ■ ■■■: ■■ ■■. ' ■ - . ■ ■ ■• :- : » - ffig ( U s N ' w i -V b j - - i J t - - .i7 Row: Douley, Fraser, Dowden, Dietz, Dombrowski, Hugelmeyer, Breckstein, Cartisano, Cali, Bucko, Blumenthal, Ferlita, Humphreys, Lee, W., Bass. Second Row: Lcpez, Hodous, Flanders, Machuca, Fowler, Frick, T., Gaskill, Fraze, Keen, Krause. Lynch, Lee, R.. Cohen, Danoff, Gardner. Top Row: Cuevas, Kay, Jabbour, Dolle, McDonald, Frick, L., Foley, Cura. Conner, LaPorta, Beckelheimer, Brown, Bristol, Borges, Hansen, Buchen. DalPozzol. The Sophomore Class First Row: Pirie, Policastro. Pollack, J., Ribakow, Postal, Smith, Tilles. Second Rous Veltre, Schwartz, Krampf, Yampolski, Wilson, White.Noa, Rocco, Skaff, Brehne, Malhmood, Varanelli, Ruland, Sahley. Third Row: Silver, Vendrell, Sullivan, Swoope, Warner, Miller, Meakem, Pralley, Schorield, Simansky, Pollack, A., Raese, O ' Connor. Top Row: Phillips, Silberstein, Pennington, Peters, Owens, Sproul.Stegman, Polino, Steelier, Richmond, Myers, Morgan, F„ Morgan, B. __ Caught in the act. Mass production. The Sophomores Above: Which twin has the Tom? Below: Where there ' s a will there ' s a way? Above: Charge it. Below: Nose to the grindstone. Didn ' t yon see the demonstration? Just a feu- scratches to go. The Sophomores Above: There ' s gold in them their teeth! Below: Checking on Dr. Black. Above: You do nice work! Below: But I don ' t see a catch. Zke JreskmcH CLASS OFFICERS President: HuLON E. Beasley Vice-President: Theodore J. Noffsinger, Jr. Secretary: Martin L. Mays Treasurer: Irwin R. Weiner Historian: Anthony J. Regine Sergeant at Arms: George W. Struthers, Jr. Student Senate Representatives: Martin A. Levin David M. Solomon " Each student must report to the University on September 19, 19 5 6 between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. for registration. " This was the official communication which propelled 109 prospective Freshman to Lombard and Greene Streets. After getting our full quota of " gas " that first week, we finally had time to see exactly who were in this " select group " Dean Aisenberg had spoken about and dis- covered that it was a very cosmopolitan assemblage, with 25 states and two territories represented. The South had many delegates, with 28 from Maryland and 19 from West Virginia. However, the 1 5 from New England promptly assured everyone that the correct pronunciation is " Baaston. " We also discovered that 30 of the group have no worries about laundry and lunches, and another 34 have an ample supply of " war stories " to tell. Academically, three have the master ' s degree, 50 are sporting the bachelor ' s degree, 28 attended college for three years, and 22 were undergraduates for two years. The past few months have been ra .her hectic for the 1956-1957 Freshmen, each week bringing a new crisis — each wi ;h its own endless rumors: " I hear last year was a ' base plate ' practical. " " How much does he count the lab? " " The joint was perfect, then the whole ladder melted. " " Are they curving the anatomy exam? " " What was that cervical measurement? " " How long is summer school? " These were the questions and comments the Freshmen experienced, but uppermost in everyone ' s mind was the inevitable question " Will we make it? " -160}- •Vy %. rr i ' M0 9 S% .rzA.cat2 . ' -- - ;: r ¥ir l Row: Harris, Heese, Bodley, Camp, Biehn, Bragg, Collins, Cimikoski, CIcgg. KohkoH, Killpack. Second Row: Cialone, Darby, Adler, Coulton, Collazo, Chesler, Breden, Chesney, Jones, N. L„ Kubota, Cronin, Gruen. Third Rou : Coe, Doherty, Cwiek, Goodman, Fox, H., Baron, Jung, Brown, Alban, Johnson, Fiskio, Kriegsman, Burk, Ehudin, Beasley. Top Row: Denson, Brady, Koubeck, Giardina, Hochman, Hurdle, Atchinson, Fram, Doran, Dzoba, Fox, I., Jones, N. I., Levin. The Freshman Class First Row: Parsons, Sears, Smith, R., Thomson, Restivo, Wood, Wilson, Mays, Wills, Waldron, Yarid, Segal, Solomon. Second Row: Udoff, Rutherford, Salino, Phillips, Murphy, Struthers, Ripley, Thompson, Regine, Rosenbloum, Snyder, Shiller, Magaziner, M., Weiner, Levy. Third Row: Vitek, McLaughlin, Taragin, Mastrola, Levin, Roy,Mehring, Pearson, Lovern, McLane, Schaefer, Prindle, Orlowski. Top Row: Oliverio, Strambi, Picone, Watson, Magaziner, F., Fay, Tompkins, Stroud, Noffsinger, Rumberger, Smith, J., Dean, Morrison, Moore. , f ... . Ht % K M f $ -JSk fej il f ■--■ ss :• ' ' ■■ ' That ' s a tooth? After-hours ' club. The Freshmen Above: Just a sit tin ' and a whitllin ' Below: All in a day ' s work. Above: Executive meeting — Swift Company. Belo w: Who stole the liver? 4k Out of chaos — confusion. Pass the Air-Wick. The Freshmen Above: Naw — I hey won ' t ask that Below: Who gives a damn! Above: Lunch is always formal at the B.C.D.S. Below: Fill-in shot. -! 64 ]- Who took that drink 1 MIXED FOR MY DATE ? skctiAHtiex ' STUDENT SEN AT E — s f " si: - - ■ " " " _.._-!- — ' A Tf —7- =— ' " Jl J | | " 7 ' Iff i " Seated: Solomon, LiPira, Levin, Hall, Dann, Neilund. Standing: Dombrowski, Eggnatz, Warner, Vachon, Sproul, Nolan,. Beasley. The Student Senate was organized in 19 5 2 with the objective of serving as a liaison be- tween the student body and the faculty. Mr. Gardner P. H. Foley was instrumental in the formation of the Student Senate while Dr. Marion W. McCrea serves as the faculty liaison and advisor. The contributions of the Senate to the welfare of the student body this year have been . . . photographic laminated identification cards . . organization of Golf, Soft- ball, and Bowling Tournaments . . . student directory . • calendar of student activities . . . and the organization of a Professional Schools Senate. OFFICERS President: Bertrand S. Dann Vice-President: Walter B. Hall Secretary: John D. Vachon Treasurer: Benedict S. LiPira MEMBERS Beasley Neilund Dombrowski Nolan Eggnatz Solomon Levin Sproul Warner •{66}- INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: OFFICERS Philip P. Nolan Peter A. Rubelman Carl S. Singer Frank J. Verdecchia DELEGATES Xi Psi Pin Alpha Omega Sigma Epsilon Delta Psi Omega Orie N. Passarelli Stanley E. Block Lawrence P. Jacobs John J. Martielli Bertrand S. Dann Walter B. Hall Xi Psi Phi Alpha Omega Sigma Epsilon Delta Psi Omega Student Senate Student Senate Alternate fC X The Interfraternity Council is composed of nine members — two from each fraternity and the president of the Student Senate. As in the past, the I.F.C. has tried to impartially govern those activities of the fraternities connected with school regulations and to create and maintain in- terfraternal feelings throughout the student body. Again, the I.F.C. has administrated rushing, the Bowling Tournament, the Softball Tournament, and the Interf raternity Council Award presentation. Seated: Martielli, Verdecchia, Block, Nolan, Passarelli. Standing: Dann, Singer, Jacobs, Rubelman. -!67 SPORTS I.F.C. BOWLING CHAMPIONS Left to right: Phillips, Saville. Left to right: DeMartin, J. DeCosta, Puleo, Pecoraro, DeMartin, R. I.F.C. GOLF CHAMPIONS Seated: Gaskill, Beckelheimer Menton, Wolf. Standing: Tompkins, Tompkins, Georgiades, Denison, Gannon, Trotto, Zelles, Rushton. PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS -{68}- NEWMAN CLUB The Newman movement began at the University of Pennsylvania in 1891 when three Catholic graduate students banded together to form an organization for the promotion of religious, intellectual, and social activities for Catholic students on the campus. Since then the organization has spread throughout the country in both undergraduate and graduate schools. The chapter at the B.C.D.S. was formally started this year. Father William SchafTncr of Loyola College was appointed as chaplain, and Drs. E. G. Vanden Bosche, and D. Vincent Provenza as faculty advisors. There has been a very active alumni committee with Dr. Daniel E. Shehan ' 22 at its head. The first activity of the year was a communion breakfast held on December 16 at Loyola College with Father Edward Wise, President of the Adult Education Committee of Baltimore, as the speaker. Monthly meetings have been held with a variety of themes, including a discussion of the modern aspects of dentistry. A second Communion Breakfast was held on March 3 1 at the Cathedral, with breakfast at the Stafford Hotel. Seated: Cronin, Micelotti, Greco. Standing: Regine, Dr. Provenza, Verdeccbia. A Y THE MIRROR STAFF G. P. H. Foley Advisor EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Joseph A. Croteau Assistant Editor Frank J. Verdecchia Photography Editor Paul E. Freed Photography Coordinator Gerald M. Isbell Layout Editor William E. Colliver Classes Editor Bertrand S. Dann Cover and Cartoon Editor Ralph C. Monroe Features Editor Roy C. Page Administration Editor George W. Greco Organization Editor David H. Shamer Clinics Editor John P. Keffer BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Raymond D. Menton Assistant Manager Linn S. Tompkins Assistant Manager ■ Charles K. Peters -{70) BOARD OF EDITORS BUSINESS STAFF CONTRIBUTORS Ronald M. Starr John P. Burton F. Lee Eggnatz John S. Rushton Ernest C. Merkel Richard C. Saville Howard S. Spurrier Morton M. Ehudin James P. Brown Gorm P. Hansen Elizabeth H. Noa Anthony J. Regine Elliott H. Dickler Philip P. Nolan John G. Mueller 7l} GORGAS ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY President: George W. Waxter Vice-President: Bertrand S. Dann Secretary: Roy C. Page Treasurer: Charles B. RusHFORD, Jr. Historian: James V. L. Kiser Sergeant at Arms: James A. Butler. Jr. Seated: Waxter, Page, Butler, Dann. Standing: Rushford, Kiser. SENIORS First Row: Rushford, Hall, Staler, Alpher, Fingerhood, Puleo, Stokes, Higgins. Second Row: Reed, Merkel, Warren, Waxter, Sullivan, Owens, Nassif. Top Row: Kiser, Gherardi, Colliver, Bartlett, Pagan-Colon, Page, Greco, Butler. :72 GORGAS ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY Membership in the Gorgas Odontological Society signifies out- standing academic achievement and leadership in our School and in our profession. Each year, invitations for membership are given to those Juniors who stand in the first thirty percent of their class. The Society, formed in 1916, is named in honor of Dr. Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas, an outstanding graduate of our School who was a widely recognized leader in the field of dental education and a very important contributor to the literature. Monthly meetings afford members educational opportunities not presented in the curriculum. Social activities, as well as educational, are enjoyed periodically throughout the school year. Foremost among these is the Spring dinner-dance, when Junior members are awarded keys, and certificates are presented to Senior members. JUNIORS First Row: Goren, Sokale, Capo, LiPira, Hoffman, McLaughlin, Magruder, Luiz. Second Row: Ford, Eggnatz, Itkin, Schneider, Rushton, Sarubin, Spurrier, Klein, Lessig, Benzil. Top Row: Tawes, Moss, Marlow, Crytzer, Leonard, Jacobs, Haroth, Hyland. {73! XI PS1 PHI ETA CHAPTER Founded at the University of Michigan, 1889 Seated: Bodo, Repole, Passarelli. Standing: Nolan, Koeniger. First Row: Ingram, Stantangelo, Micelotti, Cura, Owens, T., Pagan-Colon. Second Row: Asadourian, Broe, Buonomano, Koeniger, Repole, Sollazzo, Pecoraro, Dietz, Klein, Kiser, Beliveau. Third Row: Birney, Dolle, LiPira, Lewis, D., Bodo, Nolan, Maud, Bauerle, Lessig, Crytzer, Isbell. Top Row: Passarelli, Snyder, Delorme, Dooley, Fraser, Butler, Keen, Myers, Morgan, F., Jabbour, Luiz, Owens, W., Dal Pozzol. -f 74 V i_ __ -■ - — SIGMA EPSILON DELTA EPSILON CHAPTER Founded in New York University in 1907 Warren, Schwartz, Jacobs, Singer. Seated: Schwartz, H., Schwartz, I., Pollack, J., Jacobs. Standing: Lurie, Brehne, Singer, Pollack, A., Warren. -{76 J i :o ' M L i-i ' : :. J .;V 1 ' 1 : ' ■; ' ,■ ' ' : ■— . ALPHA OMEGA Founded at the University of Maryland, 1907 Seated: Block, Rubelman, Weiss, Sarubin. Standing: Ulanet, Hoffman. First Row: Tilles, Yampolsky, Sarubin, Starr, I., Breckstein. Raphael, Schneider. Second Row: Ulanet, Schaffer, Alpher, Schwartz, R., Schachter, Fingerhood, Feiler, Harris, Stoler, Cohen, N., Goren. Third Row: Itkin, Levin, Dickler, Starr, R., Hoffman, Rubelman.Blumenthal, Silberstein, Silver, Danoff, Benzil, Bass, Cohen, G. Top Row: Brager, Chait, Pickus, Postal, Schwartz, J., Eggnatz, Block, Resnek, Brown, Weiss, Grobani, Hyman. •{78f •$mmw M m®mmmwEmmsimmmMm WM ISHMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmimmvmw aiaai fefcl WflnfiM a mmM Gmjrz ttta PSI OMEGA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1892. Seated: Verdecchia, Ruppert, Merkel, Mueller. Standing: Tompkins, Barbush, Hall. First Row: Tompkins, Peters, Shamer, Rushford, Hager, Franklin, Tawes, Pine, Waxter, Shelton, Buchanan, Verdecchia, Parker. Second Row: Martielli, Fowler, McDonald, Patteson, Stribling, Miller, Ruppert, Lee, Stag, Buttner, Stokes, Morgan, Frick, L. Third Row: Phillips, Spinelli, Perez, Hall, Capo, Georgiades, Burton, Zelles, Watson, Colliver. Varmer, Ferlita, Vargo, Swoope, Sullivan, Mueller, Vendrell, Reed, Frick, T., Dempsey, Matos, Monroe, Haddock, Cabana. Top Row: Rushton, Merkel, Moss, Marlow, LeCrone, Jansen, Migruder, Leonard, Wolf, Page, Haroth, Wadsworth, Beckelheimer, Martinez, O ' Brien, Sokale. M 80 1- I Sffae fSSSOt a msSi SS Vufii y m pj: . ■-r-jTsam j S R R K R " R R I THINK fl LITTLE MORE INDOCTRINATION 15 VERY NECESSARY BEFORE USING THESE HIGH SPEED UNITS. ' - " M? ' ' W ' ' THIS IS WHERE WE DO OUR MORE DIFFICULT EXTRACTIONS. ' YOU ' RE FIGHTING ML MISS WILSON ! n BUT DOCTOR, THEY DO FIT. ' ■ % « »iKi ADULT PATIENTS AREN ' T ALLOWED IN THE PEDO CLINIC, YOU KNOW. »» -[82 OB Ciltuc M «ii«uswiBieiwwafifeJSfIHfcSw1ir,. Egi; fS S sSS, PROSTHETICS They ' ll look just like this. That darn horse will never win. All these teeth are driving me crazy. [84}- CROWN AND BRIDGE I ' m sure it was his die. Who says there aren ' t enough instructors around here?! Bright eyed and bushy tailed. -{85!- ORAL MEDICINE Now in my practice Let ' s see him again: You sure you used disclosing solution? ROENTGENOLOGY OGM early check-tip. " Electric shock treatment. Keep your eyes on the ampmeter. WY OPERATIVE She ' s really built, eh! Is this trash day. Ace? Now, who borrowed that slide? -{88}- DENTISTRY Starting point looks like root canal. Win or lose? Standard arm rest. -[ 89 J- ORTHODONTICS Try a tongue blade " Genamen, " ibis is a good face. I ' ll never gel that gold ladder done on time. w ' 1 rO m i s V 1 i V i «H -[90} PEDODONTICS Mr. Tooth Decaf 11 get yon if yon don ' t watch out. You ' d better let Dr. San ders see this. Oh Doctor, what big hands yon have. -{91}- SURGERY Use a cotton ball as big as a hen ' s Varsity takes 01 -S92I- DIAGNOSIS Well c, ■ HPf hIIIbb jHL£3H v i it W . ' tn ? : - 1 9K.... K.J u r ■1 J She ' s the brains behind the business. Now, you go down to the plate department . •1931- When the Great White Father comes To mark against your name, He marks only if you ' ve won or lost, Not how you ' ve played the game! LETTER FROM A PATIENT Dear Mr. Martielli, Best of luck in your Wonderful Dentistry Work. The Lady you had so much trouble with — But you certainly had a lot of patients with me, they are working very good " I mean the plates " except every once in a while the lower plate at the left back gets caught into my cheek, outside of that I can eat anything. Yes even Chewing Gum. Everyone remarkets what lovely teeth I have, yes even 4 or 5 different dentists has said they are wonderful in fitting and also the bite — " Remember the lady who made your Sweater. Hope and wish you lots of lucks in the furtheur. An expatient, 4 94 F ! EfiitJ i ' J ;u ' J u;t» ' Y A J AX SCHOOL OF -go AP -REPAIR J eatwve y TOP TUNES ON THE DENTAL PARADE Don ' t Be Cruel Be-Boppa Louie I ' ve Found My Foil on Blue-Berry Hill The Foil of My Dreams Belongs to Somebody Else Somebody Up There Hates Me I ' ll Be Down to Get You with an Excavator, Honey Anesthesia I Wonder What ' s Become of Willie It Only Hurts for a Little While Greene St. Door I ' m All Shook Up RECOMMENDED INSTRUMENT LIST One small mesh screen for sifting out upperclassmen ' s misinformation. A large box of assorted triangular bars (must be Medina approved) . A magic mirror that shows only perfect margins. One small Chinese boy to interpret Dr. Louie. A small dog to retrieve dropped inlays and, when unoc- cupied, to locate Dr. Sanders. A season ticket to Ruth ' s Penn Tavern. A Dosh fenagler kit. A large bottle of pit filler for those bad foils. A book of sad stories for those conferences with Dr. Randolph. A life-sized picture of G. V. Black, in color. Some temporary stopping and a box of felero. Some extra-extra cohesive foil. A gas mask to wear during exam week. A shiny red apple for J. P. C. A good strainer to save those tons and tons of good tooth structure that go down our cuspidors each year. A well-worn Arkansas Stone to be exhibited when work- ing for Dr. Medina. A smile for Dr. Beaven. - 96 1- »«|V? « -ALL I KNOW 15 WE TOLD ME TO DRAW THE TOOTH . " ' WELL, JUST ONE MORE FOIL TO GO, SOMEBODY UP THERE WRTES ME. " ,Xfc [ ' •653 THIS PULP TESTER SEEMS TO BE OUT OF -ADJUSTMENT. " J YES... WE GRADE ON THE CURVE WERE " -197] MR. TOOTH DECAY THE ORIGINS OF DENTISTRY Actually comrades, dentistry, like all other worthwhile endeavors, began in Mother Russia. Lenin: Designed those famous polishing strips. Party-line: Really extension for prevention. 5 -Year Plan: Designed for those students who don ' t meet the requirements of the usual four-year plan. N.K.V.R.: Protector organization against counter-revo- lutions (e.g., over 2,000 rpm). Marx: Originator of the peculiar symbols that the in- structors have in their little black books. Chekov: Originated a system of signatures by which a student may know when a restoration is completed. 1917 Revolution: Actually the number of revolutions necessary for a Class I Occlusal on a bicuspid. Stalin: A kind of chairside manner used to impress the patient during the instructor ' s coffee break. Iron Curtain: A metal band placed around an MOD before filling. Vodka: The original and best known of the potato-alco- hol sterilizing compounds, soon to replace Zephiran. -{98}- 11 flU " R» HT PR. ' BLACK, FINISH THIS B X Nf THEhi (jET TO VXJORK ON THE MESiO- X)»STA»l. P«rtH£T£K S. " ;99}- WONDER WHO SAID- Now class, that ' s an example of blood and vulcanite den- tistry. High speed reduce operator festig. I wish you could haf seen some of the work that was done at the recent meeting of the American College of Gold Foil Operators. Check it off? But this is only the seventh treatment. You mean no one in this class knows what an H2H bite is? I see Miss Kalnins is absent today. Have you boys heard about . . . Now you just have a seat over there and I ' ll try to get a boy for you. Gentlemen, this is cell metabolism. Son, that isn ' t worth treading on. The dentistry in that patient ' s mouth would gag a maggot. The only value of chemical sterilization is that it drowns the bugs. You ' ve extended just a little bit too far distally; let ' s make an MOD out of it. Didn ' t you see the demonstration year before last. That ' s fine. Now place your dam, band, wedge, . . . The 1957 Lincoln is the most powerful car on the road today. Gentlemen, it ' s a tragedy! Does your month feel this way when you get up in the morning? ■{100}- f-joKHoe YOU USED TOO MUCH CAUSTIC AGAIN !] " v 4 1 , f WRITING FOR TREATMENT PLAN IN PEDO. ' ,V WE WOULD RATWE THAT YOU DIDN ' T CGRBY APPOINTMENT BOOKS, ORDER PADS. ETC. IN YOUR CLINIC GOWN POCKET. " L - NO ... DON ' T CALL ME, ILL CALL YOU. 1 ' vx 5 SECONDS . I THOUGHT YOU MEANT 5 M1MUTES. " i 101 y CAN YOU IMAGINE? A pitless foil An instructor in Pedo B. Johnson present for an 8:00 class Sullivan without a 6:00 patient A sharp chisel An orderly instrument case Isaiah Rinehart graduating A patient who has both time and money A day without having to set-up at least twice A completely usable instrument list A fraternity meeting with everyone agreeing An explorer with some kind of a point A week without assignments Perio without charting Clinics open evenings A dry dance A crown and bridge notebook with notes in it Using a toothpick wedge A dentist without a penknife A day when no one is looking for C. Buttner Someone returning a borrowed instrument A clinic gown that fits Rum-flavored prophy pumice Dempsey going out with the same girl twice T. D. Stokes as an ambulance driver " The Degenerates " without Buttner Tom Owens with a girl A sophomore paper with nary-a-misspelled word A shortage of rubber dam Freedom of speech Delorme missing the Thursday Night Club Martielli without wealthy inlaws Only one DeMartin Rushford doing an amalgam A new idea at the B.C.D.S. Warren doing his own lab work Hall campaigning for Eisenhower Bob Childs with an easy case Rapuano agreeing with something Livia as a flapper -{ 102 }• 1. Maryann Gherardi 2. Marlene and Joseph Shevenell 3. gavle ann buonomano 4. John Stribling 5. Debby Jean Monroe 6. H. Edwin Semler, III 7. Gerald Marshall Isbell S. Rodney, Robert and Ronald Griffin 9. Lee Ellen Mueller -{1031- RHYME WITHOUT REASON Once upon a Monday dreary, As I pondered weak and weary, Excavating and debating whether I Should do some more; Oozed a little blood before me, Little drop of blood before me ' Twas the pulp and nothing more. I think that I shall never see A pulp I looked at with less glee, A pulp that looked at me all day, And lifted its bloody horns to pray, A pulp that may next summer wear, A nest of abscesses in its hair. Exposures are made by fools like me, With the aid of a 6-2-23. EXPRESSIONS PECULIAR TO THE B.C.D.S. AND THEIR MEANINGS Burs are the only reliable test for vitality. (Don ' t stop till you see the red of the pulp.) Are there any girls present? (Odds are 100:1 there had better not be, for a good joke is in store.) Have you ever had bent gums or Faber Scratch? (Dr. Graham here will be glad to help you.) We would like for you to — . (G. V. Black says—.) Gee Whiz Fella! (Boy, you have really messed up that tooth.) The treatment is to remove the cause. (We want to see this patient again, and again, and again — . ) This, gentlemen, is merely a variation on a theme. (All pathology is really the same; so why all the fuss over disease anyway.) Say, Ace, who was that patient? (Set-up in my section next time she comes in.) -{104}- 1. Dennis Raymond Haslam 2. J. R. Sullivan 3. The J. C. Millers: Richard, Sharon and Barbara 4. Marc Benjamin Singer 5. Mary Garvey 6. Michael Messer 7. Alice Lyn Schachter 8. Barbara Ann Vargo -{ 105 }- AN ORAL SPALM H. W. LONGFELLOWETTE, D.D.S. Tell me not in Dental numbers, Oral health is all a dream And treacherous is the pulp that slumbers, And mouths are seldom what they seem. Pulps are real! Pulps are earnest! Arsenic graves are not their goal; Pus thou art, to pus returnest, Was not spoken of their soul. Not embalmment with an ointment Is their destined end or way; Treat with skill, or the next appointment Finds them worse than they were today. Germs remain, though Time is fleeting, And our hearts, though stout and brave, From infection may be beating Funeral marches to the grave. In the Oral field of battle, In the round of Dental life, Be not brainless, driven cattle, Be a hero in the strife. Trust no future, howe ' er pleasant, Dead pulps cannot bury their dead; X-ray each of the organs present, With every doubtful tooth in the head. Massive inlays oft remind us, We can wreck a work sublime, And departing, leave behind us Misfits that will leak, in time. Misfits, that perhaps another, Sailing o ' er life ' s Dental main, A forlorn and shipwrecked brother, Seeing, shall take heart again. But let us still be up and doing, With a heart for any fate, Still achieving, still pursuing, Calmly watchful while we wait. 106 y SLOW DOWN WE E TODQY , ISN ' T IT ? " h : i, fan -{ 107 }- Senior ' Directory Alpher, Norman S.. . .1535 Locust Road, N.W., Washington 12, D. C. Barbush, William M 120 Beverly Avenue, Weirton, W. Va. Bartlett, Robert L 3817 Monterey Road, Baltimore 18, Md. Beliveau, Eugene A 128 Franklin Street. Lynn, Mass. Benton, Daniel W 60 North 1st West, Kaysville, l tah Bishop, William F Blackstone Road. Randal Istcwn, Md. Black, John F 2-13 Kenneth Avenue, Fairlawn, N. J. Blum, Louis B 100 North First Road, Hammonton, N. J. Broe, Charles D 492 Livingston St., Tewksbury, Mass. Buchanan, William G 69 Akers Avenue, Montvale, N. J. Buonomano, Vito D 21 Erie Street, Providence. R. I. Butler, James A 9 Lenox Avenue, Freeport, N. Y. Buttner, Charles W 1915 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. Cabana. Richard E 121 Butler Street, Paterson, N. J. Chandler, H. Thomas 3804 Noyes Ave., Charleston, W. Va. Childs, Robert L 305 Sophia Court, Pikesville 8, Md. Cohen, Neil 193 North Shore Drive. Miami Beach, Fla. Colliver, William E 225 South 17th Street, Camp Hill. Pa. Croteau, Joseph A 156 East Street, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Dann. Bertrand S 3212 North Calvert St., Baltimore IS, Md. DeCosta, Urban B 1068 Hope Street, Bristol, R. I. Delorme, Frederick B 171 Church Street, Barre, Vt. DeMartin, John J 381 Rowland Road, Fairfield, Conn. DcMartin. Robert E 381 Rowland Road, Fairfield, Conn. Dempsey, John H P. O. Box 147, Lewisburg, W. Va. Dickler, Elliott H 3210 Garrison Blvd.. Baltimore 16, Md. Fingerhocd, Seymour B 1334 Edgewod Ave., Trenton 8, N. J. Foose, Karl J 2569 Third Ave., Huntington. W. Va. Franklin, William G 4675 Freedomway West, Baltimore 13. Md. Freed, Paul E 4109 Taylor Avenue, Baltimore 6, Md. Garvey, Joseph P Martens Road, RFD No. 2, Newport, R. I. Gherardi, Roy F 104-02 37th Avenue, Corona 68. N. Y. Greco, George W Emmitsburg, Md. Griffin, Ray E Barton, Vt. Hager, Jimmy R Hewett, W. Va. Haslam, Raymond D R. D. 3 Wade, Pottsville, Pa. Hall. Walter D 10 Dunbarton Road, Quincy, Mass. Higgins, Paul E 126 West Main St., Frostburg, Md. Hurst, Orville C 1200 Seven Oaks Rd., Baltimore 27, Md. Ingram, Thomas K 917 McCormick St., Clifton Forge, Va. Isbell, Gerald M 2846 Harford Road, Baltimore 18, Md. Johnson, William M 777 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeland, Fla. Kalnins. Livia 509 Park Avenue, Baltimore 1, Md. Keene, William 1 1242 Greenwood Ave., Trenton 9, N. J. Keff er, John P 508 Sutherland Road, Trenton, N. J. Kiser, James V Romney, W. Va. Koeniger, Fred H. A 4325 Newport Ave., Baltimore 11, Md. LaFon, Robert L 1345 Stevens Ave., Baltimore 27, Md. Landefeld, W. Edgar 709 Bedford Street, Cumberland, Md. Langfield, Kenneth J 185 Pratt Avenue, Somerset, Mass. Lippard, George A Gresham Hotel, Columbia, S. C. Lurie, Donald B 3301 Sequoia Avenue, Baltimore 15, Md. Martielli, John J 3000 West Baltimore St., Baltimore 29, Md. Maud, Dennis L 18 Danes Street, Blue Point, N. Y. Medlock, Jerry W P. O. Box 361, Hitchcock, Tex. Merkel, Ernest C 518 Old Orchard Road, Baltimore 29, Md. Messer, Eugene J 148 Van Horn Street, West Springfield, Mass. Miller, Joe H 3905 Queensbury Road, Hyattsville, Md. Miller, John C 4609 Old Frederick Road, Baltimore 29, Md. Monroe, Ralph C 23 Park Street, Milo, Me. Mueller, John G 1403 South Mission Road, Okmulgee. Okla. Mullaney, Raymond E 67 Spear Street, Quincy, Mass. Nassif, N. Joseph Church Street, Rowlesburg, W. Va. Nestor, M. Paul 5323 Belleville Ave., Baltimore 7, Md. Owens, Thomas F 30 West Avenue, Mount Carmel, Pa. Pagan, Rafael A J. S. 13, Caparra Terrace, Puerto Rico Page, Roy C Route 1, Campobello, S. C. Passarelli, Orie N 85 Park Avenue, Paterson, N. J. Patteson, William R Mount Hope, W. Va. Pecoraro, Peter 45 Whittier Avenue, Providence 9, R. I. Puleo, John V 682 Admiral Street, Providence 8, R. I. Rapuano. Alfred J 36 Hewitt Avenue, Belleville, N. J. Reed, Clyde E 36 Oak Street, Williamson, W. Va. Repole, Angelo M 20 Winder Avenue, Trenton 9, N. J. Ruppert, William H 1307 West 42nd St., Baltimore 11, Md. Rushford. Charles B 318 Summers Street, Hinton, W. Va. Rust, Herbert H RFD 2, Box 420, Upper Marlboro, Md. Ryan, Edward T 548 Armory Street, Springfield, Mass. Salvato, Francis J 200 Baker Avenue, Westfield, N. J. Sayers, Alvin R P. O. Box 102, Roxbury, Vt. Schachter, Abraham 49 Loraine Terrace, Bridgeport, Conn. Schaffer, Albert S 2832 Christopher Ave., Baltimore 14, Md. Schick, Paul K 648 Park Road, West Hartford. Conn. Schwartz, Robert J 601 N. E. 30th Terrace, Miami 37, Fla. Semler, Harry E _ v 1124 Newfield Road, Baltimore 7, Md. Shevenell, Joseph 1 5 B Oak Grove Drive, Baltimore 20, Md. Singer, Carl S 941 Brooks Lane. Baltimore 17, Md. Snyder, El wood S 251 Gregory Avenue, West Orange, N. J. Stag, Robert J 1904 Ramblewood Road, Baltimore 14, Md. Stokes, Thomas D 518 South Main Street, Lexington, N. C. Staler, Alan 1401 S. W. 19th Terrace, Miami, Fla. Stout, William A 26 Cedar Street, Saranac Lake, N. Y. Stribling, John M 313 N. W. 34th Ave., Miami, Fla. Sullivan, James R Manor Club, Rockville, Md. Tomosivitch, Carl A RFD 2, Box 100, Goshen, N. Y. Ulanet, Joel J 2 Franklin Terrace, South Orange, N. J. Vachon, John D Athens, W. Va. Vargo, John W Mount Hope, W. Va. Varmer, Hans K 4902 Blackfoot Road, College Park, Md. Verdecchia, Frank J 4401 Walther Blvd., Baltimore 14, Md. Warren, Richard H 104 Gifford Avenue, Jersey City 4, N. J. Waxter, George W 7701 Park Drive, Baltimore 14, Md. Williams, Frederick B 3923 Capers Ave., Columbia, S. C. Zimmerman, Gerald 40 River Drive, Lake Hiawatha, N. J. i 108]- I 1 AdvvctUomeTit co Q o 3 o o a a 3 D C g ID 3 ? 6 £ o p ? ■■= o - 5 t3 o o 111 3 l l e ■i lio)- . SArcttoga 7-2208 E. J. 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The high quality rubber is finely bal- anced for flexibility and stiffness to stimulate blood flow in the gingival areas. Py-co-tip is preferred by more dentists than any other brush-affixed stimulator. THESE FEATURES MAKE PY-CO-PAY WIDELY ACCEPTED | - Straight, rigid design - Small, compact head - Bristles uniformly trimmed - Proper tuft spacing » " - Scientifically designed tip For effective cleansing, massage and stimulation, prescribe (0 Mr ' ,-:■ ■;,;■ 1, .. ' : ' . ' A co p ii TOOTHBRUSH with PY-CO-TIP Recommended by more demists than any other toothbrush Pycope, Inc., Jersey City 2, N. J. " {112 1- QUALITY EXPERIENCE SERVICE • ROY H. CASSEL COMPANY, Inc. Dental Laboratories 19 West Chase Street P. O. Box No. 1397 BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND • FOR COMPLETE LABORATORY SERVICE Certified Nobilium Laboratory Phone MUlberry 5-5437, 5-5438 SEGALL-MAJESTIC STUDIOS are proud to have taken the portraits lor this " 1957 MIRROR " 909 N. Charles Street BALTIMORE 1, MD. 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' THERMOTROL JUNIOR " The Dentist ' s Personal Electric Melting and Casting Unit. PROMOTING YOUR SATISFACTION It is our purpose at all times to oifer you a complete and intelligent laboratory service. To this end, we employ a thor- oughly trained staff of craftsmen — competent to carry through for you the construction of any type of restoration. Your satisfaction will always be our sole claim to your preference SELIGMAN and HITE " A DENTAL LABORATORY INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN " BALTIMORE 3. MARYLAND Park Avenue at Franklin MUlberry 5-3044-45 -f 115}- J? . fa Also Ney Bridge Inlay Book THE NEY CHAYES TECHNIC Ney Gold Handbook Ney Planned Partiah The four Ney publications mentioned above contain basic up-to-date information about Ney golds and dental laboratory techniques. We are glad to make them available because we feel sure that you will find them truly useful in your daily work. We also want to call to your atten- tion the consulting services of the Ney Research and Technical Departments and then, closer to you, the availability of your local Ney Technical Representative. You will find him particularly helpful when you establish your practice. JEY TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVES HOWARD W. ELDRIDGE 5 Harrington Road Framingham, Mass. NEIL 6. SWANSON 713 Graisbury Ave. Haddonfield, N. J. W. SCOTT ALBAN 1 16 Sheffield Road Columbus 14, Ohio JACK REINHARDT 244 N. Lincoln Ave. Park Ridge, III. EARL S. KENNEDY 6122 Worth St. Dallas, Texas JOHN ADAM 736 Leavenworth San Francisco, Californic HARRY E. GOWER 89-51 Vonderveer St, Queens Village, L. I., N. Y. DAVID E. PAULEY Route =1, Box 70-R Winter Garden, Fla. BRENDON B. SCULLIN 1 4302 Delaware Ave. Lakewood 7, Ohio CART DILLINGHAM Box 2 Kitsap, Wash. ATHOL DICKSON 814 Lockwood Richardson, Texas LOUIS ANDREATTA 1 800 Iroquois Ave. Long Beach, Calif. EDWARD C. GLENN, JR. 3189 Pineview Drive Decatur, Georgia DANIEL C. 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WHITE DENTAL PRODUCTS Look around the operating room of almost any successful dentist — and it ' s a safe bet you ' ll see S. S. White products. They belong there traditionally. Chances are they ' re the same make of products the dentist started with — an d stayed with — because they do what is claimed for them. The name " S. S. White " is your assurance of this — on every- thing from burs to operating units. Take the first step to success by getting to know your S. S. White Dealer — or write to us. Inci- dentally, our free office planning service is at your disposal, too. THE S.S. WHITE DENTAL MFG. CO. Philadelphia 5, Pa. EQUIPMENT ORTHODONTIC SUPPLIES PROSTHETIC MATERIAL HANDPIECES HAND INSTRUMENTS PRECIOUS METALS SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS PLIERS ■ Wri? ■ — -ir ;- - I = .;■ ' . " ■•■ ' ■■■.. - n% NEWRANIUM LABORATORIES 501 North Eutaw Street jftPg Box 237 BALTIMORE 1, MD. 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In addition we can furnish you specific information - rents, taxes, zoning regulations, building codes, etc. If you are considering re-location, or if you ' d like more information, we invite you to call on Caulk Customer Service. t6e L ■ D ■ CAULK fimpaM BALTIMORE • CAMDEN • CHARLESTON • CHICAGO • HARRISBURG HUNTINGTON • JERSEY CITY • NEWARK • OAKLAND • PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH • SACRAMENTO • SAN FRANCISCO • WHEELING HARRIS DENTAL Cm tan? A CAULK S U BS I D I ARY- NORFOLK -RICHMOND- ROANOKE •1122] Heath Dental Laboratory complete Prosthetic service specializing in Chrome Castings The better you know us- The brighter the future " 203 West Franklin Street SAratoga 7-5436 AL ' S RESTAURANT Redwood Greene Sts. Phone Saratoga 7-9559 URB AN ' S STUDIO Wedding and Candid - Family Groups Old Photos Restored G55 W. Baltimore St. Baltimore 1. Md. 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Tu. 9-4300 Jack Frazifr • Location analysis. e Stationery and Office Form design. e Income tax advice. 529 West 29th Street Free Parking i 124 V PROFESSIONAL CHOICE OF THE WORLD A complete line of dental cabinets styled as smartly as tomorrow ' s cars — in new, contemporary colors — con- structed of steel framing and sheathed in wood-grained Formica and stainless steel — with performance features attuned to the latest techniques you will bring to your new operatory. YOUR DEALER HAS THEM modern HAMILTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, TWO RIVERS, WISCONSIN SAratoga 4238 L lieAtet £ L etamic J-abotatotit Frederick D. Chester Donald E. Chester 803 Cathedral Street BALTIMORE 1, MD. AW= HT— A Few Words About COLUMBIA DENTOFORMS . . . From a humble start 37 years ago, Columbia Dentoforms have played an increasingly important role in dental education. Today, every dental student in the United States and Canada " cuts " his first teeth on Columbia Dentoforms, for we supply Dentoforms to every dental college in the United States and Canada, as well as in many other lands. In these 37 years, there have been many improvements and additions to Dentoforms to meet the ever more exacting demands of teachers. Today, Dentoforms number more than a thousand and present conditions that the student will encounter in prac- tice. And in graduate years, Dentoforms continue to help clinicians in postgraduate education and to help the busy practitioner in his endless task of patient-education by showing the better dentistry he seeks to give. Use Columbia Dentoforms as Aids in Your Practice WRITE FOR A COPY OF OUR CATALOG NO. 93 COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION " The House of A Thousand Models " 131 EAST 23RD STREET NEW YORK 10, N. Y. •{126}- H. Highkin D. Saull B. N. Ginsberg Compliments of Universal Dental Laboratory 323 W. Franklin St. Baltimore, Md. LExington 9-8532 P. O. Bex 1835 Let Us Cater Your Next Party Call MAdison 3-2400 NATES LEONS Delicatessen - Restaurant Finest in foods, pastries, hors d ' oeuvres Free Home Delivery Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1957 • D. CLIFTON SMITH MAUDE PARKER R O O N E Y Dental Laboratory, Ine. For CONSISTENT SATISFACTION VErnon 8033-8034 857 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore 1, Md. Congratulations Class of ' 57 Bob and Ginny Flannery With the Compliments of HYNSON, WESTCOTT DUNNING • Charles and Chase Streets BALTIMORE, MARYLAND -{127}- stands for Blonde blonde, [F., L L blondus, yellow], 1. blond; 2. blond, a. 1, having a fair skin, light (usually blue) eyes, and fair hair; xanthochroic: said of a per- son; 2, flaxen or golden; said of hair. ftfy. y, ■---. - ' ? ' , t, . ii •; !i l-t;JLii it ii II 11 J I WHEN YOU SPECIFY TOOTH SHADES . . . SPECIFY B FOR BIOFORM . . . and whether your patient is blonde, brunette or redhead, you ' ll find there ' s always a suitable shade for every age and complexion in Trubyte Bioform. Trubyte Bioform shades have a natural, radiant vitality and natural shading which compare most favorably with healthy natural teeth. Your Trubyte Bioform shade guide is the key to the most natural appearing shades in artificial teeth. Start specifying " B For Bioform " today and you ' ll note immediately the improved esthetic appearance of your complete and partial denture cases. Bi TRUBYTE DlOTOrirf THE FIRST VACUUM fired porcelain teeth ASK YOUR TRUBYTE DEALER to show you the " 10 Features of Trubyte Bioform Color Superiority " THE DENTISTS ' SUPPLY COMPANY of N. Y. York, Pennsylvania i 128 y Certification For Ticonium Laboratory McGrane Processors Phone SAratoga 7-6238—7-6239 BALTIMORE DENTAL LABORATORY, Inc. QUALITY AND TECHNICAL ACCURACY ASSURED " Certified McGrane Processors " 221-223 N. Paca Street BALTIMORE 1 , M W. Congratulations to the Class of 1957 University Restaurant 5 S. Greene Street Sam and Bob Lewis, Proprietors HO 7-5639 Creative JOHN H. O ' NEILL - -Cy ADVERTISERS ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS - ENGRAVERS CATALOG ILLUSTRATORS INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 501509 E.PRESTON ST. BALTIMORE. MD. epkotte MULBERRY 2357-2358 5 cJOrown- i V lorrisoii Uouijiui l ¥ INCORPORATED PRINTERS • STATIONERS 718 Main StrfiPt ■ • Lynchburg, Virginia -! 129 y You ' re looking at three Ritter Centuries . . . Chair, Unit and the outstanding, new X-Ray . . . designed, engineered and styled for modern practices . . . today, tomorrow and the years ahead. 9y l£4 fa UOUAs riU!uA£, U ucce44 . Your Ritter equipped operatory provides the finest facilities for the utilization of your professional skills. Ritter equip- ment also reduces your physical effort, and enhances the real and psychological comfort of your patients. RITTER HELPS YOU START . . . with an Office Planning Service, the Statistical Service and a Professional Equipment Plan. Your Ritter dealer or college representative will give you complete information on all the outstanding new dental equipment, as well as the above services. See him right away! itter RITTER PARK • ROCHEST ER 3, N.Y. Ammident with jLo gives longest lasting protection " INSIDE-OUTSIDE " ACTIO Lasts More Than 24 Hours •INSIDE . . . UREA penetrates to tooth pulp; diffuses outward as needed to hold tooth and plaque above decalcifying level of pH 5.5. OUTSIDE . . . SLS adsorbs to enamel and plaque. A detergent with bacteriostatic, anti-enzyme and anti- acid properties, SLS effectively keeps pH above 5.5 for more than 12 hours. Because High-Urea and Sodium N-Lauroyl Sarco- sinate have synergistic action, New AMM-I-DENT with SLS provides longest lasting caries protection — pH above 5.5 for more than 24 hours. rv Minimum Average pH in Dental Plaque After Single Use ol Dentifnce Followed hy Sugar Rinse Good foaming; excellent cleansing; refreshing taste. Decalcifying Level 2 4 6 12 24 NUMBER OF HOURS AFTER SINGLE USE OF DENTIFRICE — Amm-i-dent with SLS [inside-outside protection) Sarcosinate Only {outside protection) mmiden§ THE AMMONIATED TOOTH POWDEI " — - - — High-Urea Only {inside protection) Confomi no ammonium lo ' fs (J. Dent. Children 21:194 [3rd Qt.J 1954.) Ammident, inc. jersey city 2, n.j. ' Trade Mark for Amm-i-dent brand of Sodium N-Lauroy! Sarcosinate H3iy ? • n is ■ ' ■■■■■ ;■■■■ ' l HRHHfflHKns s ; !5i , wasm i ' is:i;;ii:-ii:.i5iii!!{ mm ■ V :; " ?W BH a j KlIW IliP SS ' ' VlHclii ' JIA V


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