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

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wmm , - - - J D c DENTISTRY LIBRARY DENTISTRY - PHARMACY UNIVERSITY 0.- MARYLAND BALTIMORE MARYLAND i DENTI Published by THE ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEENTH STUDENT BODY of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Dental School, University or Maryland Baltimore, Maryland PTHTR Editor JOHN S. RUSHTON Business Manager CHARLES K. PETERS y)e die a tie n Robert Harold Oster B. S., M. S., Pk. D. PROFESSOR of PHYSIOLOGY Graduating classes have traditional ly enjoyed many privileges. Perhaps the most important of these privileges is the opportunity afforded the graduates to give expression, both collectively and individually, to their feelings of appreciation and gratitude to the faculty of the B.C.D.S. for their patience, their kindness, and their tireless efforts during the past four years. To Dr. Robert Harold Oster, able scientist and teacher, who well exemplifies the finest traditions of the faculty, in grateful acknowledgement of his personal interest and sympathetic understanding, this yearbook is respectfully dedicated by the Class of 1958. LIBRARY DENTISTRY - PHARMACY UNIVERSITY OF [Vim YLANQ B LI ! fvi ■ - i THE ITINERANT DENTIST From the etching by W. Woernle (1880) after the painting by Adriaen Brouwer, famous Dutch painter of the 17th century Jn ilemoriam Dr. Benjamin Anthony Dabrowski Dr. Benjamin Anthony Dabrowski, of Baltimore, died on April 28, 1957. Dr. Dabrowski was born in Baltimore on January 18, 1910. After graduating from Baltimore City College, he attended Johns Hopkins University where he received his predental training. He entered the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery several years after graduating from Johns Hopkins in 1932 with an A. B. degree. Dr. Dabrowski was an active member of Psi Omega Dental Fraternity, being its treasurer during his senior year. During that same year, his classmates elected him Class President. Upon graduation from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1940, he was awarded the Gold Medal for Scholarship, selected for Omicron Kappa Upsilon, given an honor certificate (Magna Cum Latule), and presented with the Alexander H. Paterson Medal for ex- cellence in prosthetics. Following graduation, Dr. Dabrowski established a general practice in the Medical Arts Building, where he practiced until his death. In 1940, he was appointed a Fellow at his alma mater. He became an instructor in Rentgenology the following year. In 1947, he was an essayist in the American Dental Association meeting. The American Association of Oral Ro- entgenologists esteemed him as an active member of their group. He was made Associate Profes- sor of Oral Roentgenology at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1952. His lectures on Roentgenology to the students of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery were more than ample. He was an excellent instructor, taking special care that his students understood his material. On the day of his funeral, the school was closed in his memory so that instructors and students could attend the ceremony. Dr. Dabrowski is surv ived by his wife, Mrs. Ann Gurbelski Dabrowski; his two children, Bernard A. and Clara Ann Dabrowski; and two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Jagielski and Mrs. Pearl Spedden. {.3} )i$iinqui$ ied fiaJuates B. HOLLY SMITH (This is the seventh in a series.) ' I ' o OU; OSLOY-tD There is a bronze tablet in the Library of the University of Maryland Dental School dedicated to the memory of Dr. B. Holly Smith, a distinguished graduate and an illustrious member of the dental profession. Dr. Smith was born the son of the Reverend and Mrs. B. H. Smith on March 17, 1858, in Piscataway, Maryland. He attended the Loudon Valley Academy in Virginia. Dr. Smith completed his education in Baltimore schools, receiv- ing his D. D. S. degree from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1881 and an M. D. degree from the College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1883. At his alma mater Dr. Smith was a Demonstrator of Anatomy and Materia Medica and later Professor of Operative Dentistry and Oral Surgery. He also served as Professor of Dental Surgery as Applied to Medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Smith was a prolific contributor to dental literature. Among his more important dissertations were The Etiology of Dental Caries, which was given at the Sixth International Dental Congress in London in 1914; Our Mis- sion and Hoiv Shall We Discharge It?, at the National Dental Association Meeting in 1898; Critical Review of Some Changes in the Teaching and Practice of Dentistry, given before the Indiana State Dental Society meeting of 1903; Success in Dentistry, at the Pennsylvania State Dental Society meeting in 1904; and Aristocracy in Dentistry, published in 1912. Because of his profound interest in the betterment of the embryonic profession of dentistry and his innate ability to organize and lead his colleagues Dr. Smith became a pillar of many dental societies. He was an honorary member of the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, Georgia, North Carolina and District of Columbia Dental Societies. Dr. Smith served as a Delegate to the International Dental Congress in Stockholm in 1894, Vice-president and Chairman of the Reception Committee of the Lewis and Clark Dental Congress at St. Louis in 1904, and First Vice-president of the Jamestown Dental Convention in 1907. Dr. Smith served as President of the National Dental Association, Southern Dental Association, Maryland State Dental Association, and National Association of Dental Faculties. At the meeting in 1897 in which the National Den- tal Association and the Southern Dental Association united to form the American Dental Association Dr. Smith was elected Vice-president of the Southern Division. Because of his profound interest in dental education Dr. Smith was elected Secretary of the National Association of Dental Faculties. Dr. Smith was a member of Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dental Science. Because of his sincere interest in the international exchange of thought he was extremely active in the Fed- eration Dentaire Internationale. The multifaceted career of Dr. B. Holly Smith ended with his death in Baltimore, Maryland on January 22, 1920. The dental profession can indeed feel fortunate that such men as Dr. Smith have forged its destiny with per- sonal sacrifice and energy. Siiveft o4nnivetsa if This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of two of our faculty members and two of our administrative personnel. The Mirror extends thanks and appreciation to these individuals for their loyal service over the years. EDWARD C. DOBBS, D. D. S. Born in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Dr. Dobbs received a B. S. degree from the University of Maryland. After graduating in 1929 from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, he studied for two years as a Rockefeller Fellow in Biochemistry and Pharmacology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine. Since 1932 Pro- fessor Dobbs has been Head of the Department of Pharmicology and Therapeutics at his alma mater. In addition to his teaching Dr. Dobbs ' professional activities have included a private practice; authorship of a textbook and journal articles; and research, especially in the field of anesthesia. MISS MARY HAGEN A native of Baltimore, Miss Hagen came to the Orthodontic Clinic in 1932. She completed her studies at St. Andrew ' s Business School. Her experience in the business world has also been supplemented by courses of study at Johns Hopkins University and Loyola College Evening School. Miss Hagen ' s secretarial abilities con- tribute well to the efficient operation of the Orthodontic Clinic. Among her hobbies. Miss Hagen considers travel as one of her most enjoyable; and she recalls a memorable trip to Europe in 1949 which culminated in an audi- ence with Pope Pius XII at Castelgandolfo. MISS BEATRICE MARRIOTT, A. B. A native of Baltimore, Miss Marriott received her education in local institutions including Friends School, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Maryland, from which she received an A. B. degree. In 1932 she came to the University of Maryland Dental and Pharmacy Schools Library. In the capacity of assistant librarian Miss Marriott has helped many classes of students. In addition to her usual duties she has served on the Medical Library Survey Committee, was actively engaged in th; American Red Cross during World War II. and has proofread copy for medical periodicals. WILLIAM E. HAHN, D. D. S. A native of Maryland, Dr. Hahn received an A. B. degree from the University of Rochester. He received an M. S. in Anatomy as a Carnegie Foundation Fellow at Rochester University School of Medicine. He graduated from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1931. Since 1933 Professor Hahn has been teaching at the B.C.D.S. He is Head of the Department of Anatomy. Dr. Harm ' s professional activities have included a specialty practice in Oral Surgery, publications in the field of dental literature, and numerous chairmanships on admin- istrative committees at the Dental School. -{5}- SAINT APOLLONIA During the celebration of the millenary of the Roman Empire, in the reign of Decius, a persecution of the Christian subjects was instigated by a prophet who foretold the advent of a dire calamity, which was to be the result of the treacherous scheming of the Christian sect who worshipped a God other than the Roman deities. Apollonia of Alexandria was among the victims of the many outbreaks of fanatical passion and prejudice which were fostered by the Roman authorities through their stern policy of demanding allegiance to the pagan gods. Brought to trial Apollonia was ordered to renounce her faith in God and offer adoration to the pagan idols whom she had long ago renounced. When she spurned the royal edict with contempt, the txecutors of the imperial will directed that she be tortured. The basic facts of Apollonia ' s martydom are given in a letter written by Saint Dionysius to Bishop Fabius: " A notable case was that of the aged virgin Apollonia, whom they seized and knocked out her teeth, strik- ing her on the jaws; then they made a pyre before the city and threatened to burn her alive, if she would not join them in uttering blasphemies. But she asked for a brief respite, and being let go, suddenly lept into the fire and was devoured by the flames. " in •171- President OF THE University of Maryland Dr. Wilson H. Ell 51ns The Original Building of the B. C. D. S. (1840-1851) isy J2 ean OF THE Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School University or Maryland M ron S. AisenDer D. D. S., F. A. C. D. Katharine Toomev ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT $Y faculty Thomas Francis Clement Instructor in Oral Medicine University of Maryland . . . D.D.S. (1951), B.C.D.S. . . . Served in Navy 1951-54 (Great Lakes N. T. S. and Anacostia N. A. S.) . . . Practices in Balti- more ... Son of H. M. C, ' 18 and Brother of H. M. C, Jr., " 44 . . . Checks pathologies with explorer . . . " Now the way I do it in my office is . . . " William Lee Graham Instructor in Oral Diagnosis B.S. (1948), Marietta College . . . D.D.S. (1955), B.C.D.S. . . . Service in Navy . . . Practiced in Williamstown, W. Va. . . . Used to be insurance sales- man . . . Likes to water ski and hunt . . . Avid deer hunter . . . Expert T. V. repairman ... " I think I ' ve got dirty contacts in the tuner. " Walter Granruth, Jr. Instructor in Oral and General Pathology B.S. (1950), Loyola College . . . D.D.S. (1954), B.C.D.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Army Service, 1945-46 . . . Smooth lecturer . . . Harassed by wave of missing- slide episodes . . . " No one leaves until they ' re all in the boxes. " Conrad L. Inman Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology D.D.S. (1915) B.C.D.S. . . . Gorgas Odontological Society ... Psi Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Fellow of the American College of Dentists . . . President, Maryland State Dental Association, 1952 . . . Kiwanis . . . Shriner . . . Wiltondale Gun Club . . . Baltimore Country Club . . . Medical Arts exodontist . . . Skillful nitrous oxide administrator . . . Friendly word for everyone . . . " Sometimes they come out fighting. " Yam-hin Louie Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry B.S. (1938), Lingnan University . . . Stanford University . . . D.D.S. (1945). M.S.D. (1946), Northwestern University . . . Delta Sigma Delta . . . Alpha Lambda . . . Not too happy with Baltimore weather and icy roads . . . Chronic tea drinker . . . Accomplished ashtray maker . . . Owns private drawer in instructors ' office for provisions. I ■{10]- Personalities Charles E. Loveman Instructor in Anatomy A.B. (1935), Johns Hopkins University . . . D.D.S. (1939), Columbia University . . . Bellevue Hospital Internship, 1939-40 . . . Alpha Omega . . . Lt. Comdr., U. S. Navy, 1942-46 . . . American Board of Oral Surgery . . . American Society of Oral Surgeons . . . Middle Atlantic Society of Oral Surgeons . . . American Academy of Dental Medicine . . . Dental Surgeon-in-chief Sinai Hospital, 1954 . . . Chairman of Hospital Service Committee. Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics D.D.S. (1929), B.C.D.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Fellow of the American College of Dentists . . . Fellow of the International Col- lege of Dentists . . . Orthodontist at Johns Hopkins Hospital . . . President, Baltimore City Dental Society, 1943 . . . President, Washington-Baltimore Society of Orthodontists . . . Secretary, Maryland State Board of Dental Exam- iners, 1944-49 . . . President, Maryland State Dental Association, 1956 . . . Proud father of Thirteen . . . " Genamen, this is a gude face. " D. Vincent Provenza Professor of Histology and Embryology B.S. (1939), M.S. (1941), Ph.D. (1952), University of Maryland . . . Associate Professor, Loyola College, 1952-55 . . . Honorary memberships in Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Sigma Nu, Sigma Xi, Xi Psi Phi . . . Member of Maryland Biologi- cal Society and New York Academy of Science . . . Faculty advisor to Newman Club . . . Currently conducting six different research projects. L. Edward Warner Associate Professor of Dental Prosthesis St. Johns College . . . University of Pennsylvania Dental School . . . D.D.S. (1931), B.C.D.S. . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Gorgas Odontological Society . . . Demonstrations in the desk drawers . . . " Can you all hear me back there? " . . . " Why don ' t you reset all the posteriors? " E. G. Vanden Bosche Professor of Biochemistry Ph.D. (1927), University of Maryland . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . American Chemical Society . . . Admissions Board . . . Phenomenal memory . . . Complex chemical formula: and difficult tests . . . Likes everything kept neat and orderly . . . Linguist . . . " Cla-a-a-ss! " an Auxiliary STAFF an an THE SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS President: H. S. Spurrier Vice President: John S. Rushton Secretary: Frank Trotto Treasurer: Robert Goren Historian: Clyde Marlow Sergeant-at-Arms: Martin Crytzer Student Senate Representatives: Thomas Birney Anthony Micelotti Standing: R. Goren, T. Micelotti, T. Birney. Seated: J. Rushton, H. Spurrier, F. Trotto. Five years ago we desired more than anything else to become dental students — this was con- sidered the ultimate achievement. Having attained it, we looked amid never-ceasing anxiousness to the passing of each academic year. At present, successful completion of requirements for gradua- tion, followed by state boards, is uppermost in our minds. It is good always to be looking forward, for thus life has purpose. We eagerly anticipate the autonomy and independence of private practice. Some of us will experience th is shortly after graduation, but most of us will be engaged in internships, Armed Forces dental programs, and graduate study. However, the most important thing of all is that we shall reap the reward of long years of learning: we shall bear the title of " Doctor " with its priv- ileges, immunities, and responsibilities. We move into the active conduct of our profession with confidence resulting from thorough training in basic fundamental concepts. Possessing this educational foundation, we shall be able to evaluate modern developments in dental techniques, and either adapt to them or reject them. Finally we wish to extend sincerest thanks to the members of our faculty for their guidance and patience, and deepest appreciation to our families for having undergone varying degrees of hardship so that we could pursue our course of study. {U} HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE Class of 1958 DR. Y AM-H IN LOUIE The recognition of a member of the faculty as the honorary president of the Senior Class is, perhaps, one of the more trying and pleasurable duties of the class. The pleasure comes from being able to show our sincere appreciation of his help, good advice, and professional ability. The task is somewhat trying because our class must choose one man from many who are qualified. However, the Class of 1958 felt that one man was outstanding in possessing the above qualifications. Therefore, the Senior Class of 1958 is proud to include on its roll as Honorary President Dr. Yam-bin Louie. ■115 V Ralph R. Asadourian Ralphie . . . Manchester, New Hampshire . . . University of New Hampshire, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . U.S.A.R. . . . " You know? I was just thinking! " . . . Zip electrician . . . Quiet and busy . . . Morita ' s silent partner. Ronald James Bauerle Ron . . . Elmwood, Connecticut . . . Providence College, A.B. . Xi Psi Phi (Pledge Master 2, House Manager 2, President 4) . I.F.C. (Secretary 4) . . . Newman Club . . . Softball, bowling . Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . Never gassed — hands in blank test papers with the utmost confidence . . . Wore same shoes for four years . . . Loves MODBL amalgams, dissection, and looking at women (never takes them out, though). Carl Mitchell Baumann Carl . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Florida, A. A., Alpha Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Football and baseball . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . World ' s fastest ? ? ? technician . . . " Lover " . . . Going to Med school after graduation — going into maxillo-facial surgery if he doesn ' t marry . . . Only AO man on ZIP Softball team . . . Loves Dodgers . . . Made trip to N. Y. just to get whole new wardrobe. Seniors -{16}- Philip Stanley Benzil Phil . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Miami, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . Intra- mural sports . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club and Shuffleboard League . . . Freshman year nervousness cured by weekend trips to New York . . . Challenged " Tom the Bomb " in one of his weaker moments . . . Asks more questions than the entire class . . . Miami resident via New York ... A great Dodger fan when the y win . . . Gained sixty pounds since marriage. Thomas Henry Birney T. H., " The Bomb " . . . Beverly Hills, California . . . University of Southern California, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Class Treasurer 3 . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Bowling and Softball . . . Newman Club . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . U.S.N.R. (Dental Ensign Program) . . . Survived 4 years in Baltimore with only 15 hours ' sleep a day . . . Wild haircut . . . " It ' s my health, that ' s what it is " . . . World ' s coolest dresser . . . The Connecticut California!!. Stanley Earle Block " The Blocker " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Class President 1 . . . Student Senate 1 . . . Interfraternity Council 3,4... Alpha Omega (Vice President 3, 4) ... Bowling and Softball . . . Speaker with class and style . . . Borrowed Tom ' s Nuttall carver for 4 years . . . Tried to ask more questions than Brager . . . Cab executive in his spare time . . . Starts preparation at 4:55 . . . Dr. Clement is the only instruc- tor that works for Block. 1958 {nh Joseph Paul Bodo Bo Jo Do . . . Tampa, Florida . . . University of Tampa, B.S. . . . Married . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 3,4) ... Navy Ensign Dental Program ... A nice guy who will go places . . . National Board study always spent with Burton and Chambers . . . Used to be the Y.M.C.A. diplomat . . . The Florida man — always telling what Florida really isn ' t like! . . . Grey-green pallor from September to June; suitcases under eyes. Stanley S. Brager Brag . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . He ' ll always remember the first Anatomy Exam . . . U-haul-it to carry equipment home . . . " What time is Jim Lock here? " . . . " He ' s wrong; the dose of that drug is . " ... If you need any equipment just ask Brager. Harry Edward Brandau Dundalk, Maryland . . . University of Maryland ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Makes Class 3 sillicates into full crowns . . . " Hey Stan, lend me your — " . . . " It ain ' t worth squat " . . . Dr. Gaver ' s lab technician . . . Dr. McCrea ' s buddy. ■ws Seniors •fie iTutTgji cgmc i jtum am a ' Mt iB Robert S. Brown Bob . . . Margate City, New Jersey . . . University of Pennsylvania . . . Alpha Omega . . . Would rather be a life guard . . . The one person no one can find before exams . . . " I ' ve got to catch that 5:40 train " . . . Quiet and unassuming. John Paul Burton f . P. . . . Cowen, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Mirror 4 . . Flash Gun Casey of the Senior class . . . World ' s best dressed dental student . . . " Anybody seen Chambers: " . . . Every time you try to tell him something, he says, " Now just a minute. Ace! " . . . " Have you tried my latest technique? " ... If he can ' t repair it — he sure can take it out . . . " I am going to build my own office — my own way! " . . . Mesomorph. Enrique R. Capo Ponce, Puerto Rico . . . Haverford College ... Psi Omega . . . Newman Club . . . Gorgas . . . Had the largest tonsils in the Fresh- man year . . . Topnotch technician . . . Got along well with the head of Sophomore operative . . . Really nice guy . . . Comes from a small island with a lot of sand . . . Never takes notes — always reads the book . . . Started to shave in his senior year — once a week. 1958 191- Robert E. Chait Bob . . . Miami Springs, Florida . . . University of Miami, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . The only guy who gets Chambers mad. . . . Lived in New Jersey for 19 years — but says that he is from Miami . . . Works during his lunch hour . . . Works on his rich wife to save money . . . Went out the back door of Anatomy lab in order to get to his wedding on time . . . Has everything in his little blue box . . . Always in a hurry. Virgil Lewis Chambers " Doc " . . . Huntington, West Virginia . . . Marshall College . . . Married . . . The West Virginian Mark Twain . . . Typical Moun- tain William (high-class hillbilly) . . . " Now you listen here, Buddy. " . . . Spent the Freshman year in the park on Monument Street . . . The second half of the Bobsey Twins ( Burton and Chambers) . . . Marlon Brando of Senior class. George Elmore Collins Mt. Rainier, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Ciorgas . . Air Force Senior Dental Students Program . . . The Food Fair Kid ... " I forgot all about that class this morning. " ... A very fine person — but will tell you anything . . . " Hey Stan, are you going home tonight? " . . . Never got excited . . . Wanted to pay Capo for his meal. Seniors {20 y Martin Richard Crytzer Marty . . . Brackenridge, Pennsylvania . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1, 3, 4 . . . Student Senate 2 . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . Xi Psi Phi (Sergeant-at-Arms 4) . . . Air Force Senior Dental Students Program . . . " Hey Marty, who won the football pool this week? " . , . The only student to sleep his way to President of Gorgas . . . The Wear- ever Kid — best cook in the class . . . Never was late for Dr. Ran- dolph ' s lectures in second semester. Stanley C. DelTufo " Del " . . . Bloomfield, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University, B.A. . . . Married . . . Softball . . . Note-taker deluxe — took notes over Crytzer ' s snores . . . One of Dave Beck ' s teamsters . . . Gets mad when you steal back your own equipment from him . . . Voted " Pitcher I ' d most like to hit against " by entire league . . . Vampire at Hopkins Blood Bank. William C. Denison " Willie " . . . Philippi, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . Owes every- thing to his wife . . . Part-time milkman . . . Likes Florida ' s sun- shine better than West Virginia moonshine . . . " The Quiet Man " . . . Second best crab eater in the class (Eggnatz first). 1958 ,2 y F. Lee Eggnatz Eggs . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Married . . . Class Historian 2 . . . Student Senate 3, 4 . . . Gorgas . . . Student Editor, J.B.C.D.S. 3 . . . Alpha Omega (President 4) . . . Interfraternity Council (President 4) . . . Mirror Staff 3 (Class Editor 4) . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . Golden fingers . . . Six weeks ' course in orthodontics in Canada after graduation . . . Feiler ' s sparring partner in morning lectures .... Among other organiza- tions, belongs to C.E.D. (crab eaters deluxe) . . . Has been known to let his thalamus get the best of him . . . Feiler has all his instru- ments ! Melvin Feiler Mel . . . East Orange, New Jersey . . . Upsala . . . Alpha Omega . . . Grew a moustache in Senior year because he was jealous of Jose . . . Has all of Ford ' s equipment; has all of Frisbie ' s equipment; has all of Eggnatz ' s equipment; has all of Denison ' s equipment (Has never opened his own). Dayton C. Ford Ace . . . Charleston, West Virginia . . . Marshall College . . . Gorgas . . . Has Feiler ' s instruments since frosh year . . . Doesn ' t eat between meals . . . The only guy with a built-in gas buffer . . . Another West Virginia " Ridgerunner " . . . " Hey Greco, when are we going to eat? " . . . Deserves better looking patients . . . Most honest student in the class; idealism is his byword. Seniors -{22J- Orton D. Frisbie Friz . . . Orlando, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . USAF for three years . . . Scored in his Senior year . . . Gassed since his frosh year . . . Ford ' s buddy? . . . The only one who dances on his back . . . Can fall down without spilling a drink. Jose Antonio Fuentes-Ramos " Hose " . . . Santurce, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico . . . Married . . . Two years in Infantry . . . One of the best rabbit hunters known ... A hot-blooded Cuban . . . Has his own tech- nique for doing dentistry. John William Gannon Bill . . . Piedmont, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, A.B. . . . Married . . . Sottball . . . Tried Echo Springs to cure hiccups . . . Big and quiet — never gassed . . . " I ' m tarred " . . . Favorite sport is hunting . . . Georgiades ' gas buffer and crying shoulder . . . Thinks that West Virginia woods were built to race in. 1958 -(231- Richard Chris Georgiades Dick . . . Sarasota, Florida . . . Virginia Military Institute . . . Psi Omega . . . Softball . . . Social Drinking 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . " Boy, is she built! " . . . Likes cheese sandwiches a la Tomp . . . " Gassed " ! ! . . . Eats continuously . . . " The Human Phagocyte " ... A true gentleman and friend at all times . . . Class I king . . . " Hose, slow down; you ' re frustrating me. " Robert Goren Bob . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Class Vice President 3 . . . Class Treasurer 4 . . . Gorgas . . . Bowling and softball . . . U. S. Navy . . . Comes from the uppa U. S. . . . Ace cabbie — always makes more than anybody else . . . Wears the longest clinic gown in school . . . Best left-handed operator since Casey Stengel . . . " The Laugher " . . . Lives in Dr. Louie ' s section . . . Ace bacteriologist. Barbara Lorraine Greco B. G. . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University, B.A. . . . Class Secretary 1 . . . Newman Club (Secretary 3) . . , Good sport . . . One of our feminine students . . . Supplies lunch for Georgiades . . . Carried her own case to crown and bridge . . . Class I inlay patient for Moss . . . Member of N-S . . . Assisted Dr. Gaver for two years in clinic. Seniors -{24}- Anton Grobani Andy . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega ( Sergeant-at-Arms 4) . . . Married . . . Softball, bowling . . . " Where ' s Andy? " Home in bed! . . . Jesse Linthicum ' s friend . . . " Who needs it? " . . . Thinks Robin Roberts is a species of bird . . . Calm and moderate in his ways, especially when it comes to Phillies and Colts. Fernando Haddock Santurce, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Second Lieutenant, U.S.A. R. . . . Newman Club . . . Never gassed, proud pa-pa, loves dental school . . . Watch for him in the road . . . Television man . . .■ " Gee, I have to put myself on a diet. No more French apple pie. " . . . Cemented inlay in delivery room for wife. Robert William Haroth " Big Daddy " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Bowling and Softball . . . Newman Club . . . Ensign in U.S.N.R. . . . " I ' ll never get out of this place. " . . . " That pattern looks good; it has nice sharp line angles. I wish it were mine. " . . . Never asked questions in class . . . Turned down offer from Colts to come to Dental School. 1958 - -{25 1- Barry Ronald Harris " Little Daddy " . . . Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega (House Manager 3, 4) . . . Mistaken for Pedo patient . . . " Wouldn ' t it be more efficient to invest right in the oven? " . . . That casting is really " gargeous. " . . . " Lots of luck. " . . . Punch-drunk . . . Had special step-down chair for patients . . . Dr. Biddington ' s pal. Richard McFern Hemphill Good News . . . Moundsville, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, A.B. . . . Married . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Air Force R.O.T.C. . . . The " Happy Borrower " . . . Con-man supreme . . . . . . " Well now — " . . . " Good morning. Dean " . . . Has fits of paranoia . . . " But why? " " I don ' t understand! " . . . " Fat man deluxe " . . . P. O. cook . . . Leaves wife and three children in West Virginia to keep family small. Gerald Franklin Hoffman Jerry . . . Hamden, Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega (Secretary 3, 4) ... Class Secretary 2, 3 . . . Gorgas . . . " Curly " — hair growing back — way back . . . Always needed a date ... " I r eally think I ' ve got the feel of the cleoid now " . . . " But I like red ties. " . . . The happy lender . . . Come on, let ' s go to the YMCA . . . Needs to shave 3 times a day. t eniors -{26K Paul Harvey Hyland Wilmington, Delaware . . . University of Delaware . . . Gorgas . . . Softball . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . Wears Arab boots, and drives a white convertible . . . " Gimme a piece of paper. " . . . " Beats me. Buckskin! " . . . Hoffman ' s student . . . Studies an hour before exams . . . An Ivy Leaguer . . . Studies bridge book more than textbooks . . . Lets Itkin cut his hair. William Louis Hyman Bill . . . Coral Gables, Florida . . . University of Alabama . . . Alpha Omega . . . " Got a ciggebutt? — a match? " . . . " Any ' ve you guys want to play poker? " . . . Shoe salesman . . . " Busy for the rest of my life. " . . . " Going to be a millionaire " . . . Miami playboy . . . " What ' s an 8 o ' clock lecture? " . . . Wants a date with Jill Corey. Allen Burton Itkin Al . . . Middletown, Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Bowling and baseball . . . Uses all of his brother-in-law ' s old dental equipment . . . Only guy with G. V. Black denture flasks . . . " How many restorations ya got? " . . . Red house slippers (pixie boots?) . . . Investment specialist! . . . Always wins his arguments . . . Wine specialist . . . First man finished in C B . . . Backed into flame. 1958 -I 27 r VV% r Lawrence Paul Jacobs Larry . . . Wilmington, Delaware . . . Temple University, A.B. . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Treasurer 3, President 4) . . . Married . . . Bowling and baseball . . . Interfraternity Council 3, 4 . . . " Hey, Jans, how many restorations you got? Who ' s gassed? . . . Anybody wants to put a carbo-eugenol in my mouth? " . . . " Sam says " . . . " You know they got a Class III foil on the Delaware Boards! " . . . " The Wilmington Whippet " . . . Played catch with hot inlay ring. Alfred Howard Jansen, Jr. Jans . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . I. F. C. Bowling Championship Team 3 . . . Softball . . . Second Lieutenant, U.S.A.R. . . . " Hello, Lar. What ' s on the exam tomorrow? " . . . Only guy in class who can ' t tell blood from saliva . . . " The Great Jans " . . . May remain on faculty as electric foot- ball coach ... If you want to know what girl is on the floor, ask Jans . . . Member of the daily weighing duo — Usually lost . . . Employed as caretaker of Loch Raven Dam . . . Joined the Ameri- can Society of Dentistry for Children in his Senior year. Robert Mathis Johnson Cumberland, Maryland . . . The Johns Hopkins University, A.B. . . . Married . . . First Lieutenant, USAR . . . Acid mouth . . . Only man to put in 1500 silicates in Senior year . . . Speedy operator . . . Hotrod enthusiast . . . Burns up more burrs than anybody else in school . . . " It ' s really bad, Jans, really bad. " . . . Rather look at cars than women . . . Beryl ' s slavedriver . . . More standups than restorations in Junior year. Seniors 4 28}- Paul F. Kiefman Hopewell, Pennsylvania . . . American University, B.S. . . . Married . . . 69th Infantry in World War II . . . The old man of the class . . . Has more energy than a twenty-year-old ... Is going on a diet every other month . . . " You mean that after ten years with Uncle Sam I came back to this! " . . . " Let me show you a picture of my boy! " . . . " Do you think a horse has a funny laugh? " . . . " Dad " . . . John Reed ' s father. Robert H. M. Killpack Bob . . . Murray, Utah . . . University of Utah, B.A. . . . Married . . . Staunch defender of pumas, gila monsters, and cacti . . Buf- falo Bob — old Indian fighter . . . Dotty believes initials " H. M. " stand for " His Majesty " . . . Takes notes no one can read . . . Elder . . . Breezed through C B. Anthony J. Klein, Jr. Tony . . . Scotia, New York . . . University of Cincinnati, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . From the " Empire " state . . . " Harrd " — only he can pronounce it . . . Fast operator in dentistry and with women . . . Has his girl friends call Lessig at 3 a.m. . . . Thinks he could drive the N. Y. Throughway blindfolded. 1958 [29}- David Rodman Lecrone Dave . . . Middletown, Delaware . . . University of Delaware . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . I. F. C. bowling and Softball . . . Middletown, U. S. A. . . . Fifth choice for a bridge game . . . Beats the drum for Delaware, but the charms of Penn proved irresistible . . . Extracts teeth with the rubber dam clamp . . . Spent free time at J. H. Nurses Home. Walter Prudden Leonard Walt . . . Miami, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Secretary 4) . . . Navy Senior Dental Program . . . Excel- lent technician . . . Miami travel agent . . . Has more hair than Dr. Biddington . . . Strives for perfection in everything he does . . . Bowtie king . . . Tinkers with radios, phonographs, hi-fi ... 35 mm. camera fan ...TV star. John Frank Lessig Jack . . . Dundalk, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Bowling . . . Navy Senior Dental Program . . . Sold carloads of pots and pans . . . Dundalk ' s greatest booster . . . Gold requirements on his parents . . . Best anatomist since Dr. Hahn . . . Perineum specialist . . . Fighting the batde of the hairline . . . Put so many inlays in his father that he can ' t keep his mouth closed. Seniors •130}- 1958 Herbert G. Levin " Golden Hands " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Mary- land . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . I. F. C. bowling champs 1955, Softball . . . Korean War Veteran . . . Hopes hair grows back after " Announcement Day " . . . Has a dandy dog . . . Had to learn Chinese to get a denture checked off . . . Car pool story teller . . . Easygoing . . . The Crooner — Todd-AO. Donald Palmer Lewis D. P. . . . Bradford, Massachusetts . . . Norwich University . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . I. F. C. bowling and softball . . . Ensign, U.S.N.R. . . . Will have plenty of company when he throws his gold foil condenser into the Chesapeake Bay! . . . Had a year ' s supply of tran- quilizers . . . Couldn ' t believe the G. I. series that revealed no ulcer . . . There ' s no place like Boston; no ballplayer like " The Splinter. " . . . Dr. Hahn ' s right-hand man . . . Ace anatomist . . . Put gold foil in edentulous patients. Robert B. Lewis Bob . . . Westerly, Rhode Island . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Married . . . Had good attendance before he got married . . . Insisted on sitting next to LiPira because he loved beautiful singing . . . Put his new-born baby on his tabulation sheet . . . Tried to buy school library with over-due fees . . . Went through school on typing senior theses. •1311. LIBRARY DENTISlKY-fHMKMACY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE Benedict Salvatore LiPira " LiPoma " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice President 4) . . . Class President 3 . . . Student Senate (Treasurer 3, President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . Bowling, softball, table tennis and golf . . . Interfraternity Council . . . Slept through four years of lectures . . . Baltimore ' s gift to womankind . . . Never with the same girl twice . . . Origina- tor of " New Faces Party. " . . . " Happy Holiday " . . . Shuffleboard champ .... Dr. Medina ' s favorite singer. Garrett I. Long Garry . . . Romney, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, A.B. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Most easily gassed . . . Fought for leg space in lectures . . . Prepared gold foil pits with 33] z bur penetration . . . Class I specialist . . . Floated through last two years . . . No smoking allowed in his car . . . " Cry me a river — hardtimes. " Luis Felipe Lucca Lucca . . . Barran Quitas, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico, B.S. . . . Married . . . Three years in Army — one in Korea . . . Everybody thinks he ' s from Puerto Rico — just because he can ' t speak English . . . Likes to play poker, but " When do I ween? " . . . Has a date at Chick ' s with Luiz in 1960. Seniors •1,32 V Albert S. Luiz Al . . . New Bedford, Massachusetts . . . Boston University, A.B.; University of Massachusetts, M.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . Bay State hillbilly . . . Spent more time in Chick ' s than in lab . . . Likes motion pictures in Crown and Bridge lectures . . . " Let ' s go, Fish " . . . Has reserved seat at Friday night card games . . . Has trouble distinguishing certain cars. Edward R. McLaughlin Mac . . . Framingham, Massachusetts . . . University of Massa- chusetts, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . " New techniques " in lab . . . Famous last words — " I ' ll never get married! " . . . Has perfected the technique of sleeping in class without his head dropping . . . " Best preparation the instructor has ever seen " . . . " Don ' t get gassed; relax. " Lawford Earle Magruder " Schuler " . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Army Reserve . . . Chicken . . . Long ' s chief gas man . . . " Let ' s go get a coffee. Ernie is never on time. " . . . Missed his first class if he encountered an extra red light . . . Still trying to beat Luiz on football bets! . . . Never misses P. O. party . . . Dave ' s buddy. 1958 ■(33 1- Clyde D. Marlow Clearwater, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Surgery internship . . . Perfected the foot technic in oral surgery . . . Requires S. T. S. on all new patients . . . Has worn the same tie for four years . . . " O. K., Carlos, it ' s your turn to dissect today " . . . Free thinker . . . Segregationist . . . " Disapproval is the basis of progress. " . . . Reads the journals rather than text- books . . . " That ' s a dis-service in the name of idealism. " Carlos Rafael Matos Mayaguez, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Took lecture notes from Marlow for four years . . . Had ulcers until he got married. Then got a new ulcer waiting for the baby . . . Beer hurts his ulcer, but rum is okay . . . Decided to open a book after he got married . . . Latin lover. David Frederick Mehlisch Dave . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Graceland College (A. A.), University of Maryland . . . Has the only set of notes in Principles of Medicine . . . Did not like Marlow as his boss in the " Slide Showing Department " . . . His notes tutored Menton through frosh year . . . Followed Maryland to Orange Bowl in ' 56 . . . Post office official during Junior and Senior years . . . " Hey, Bunny, want a ride? " . . . No smoking. Seniors •{341- •0Z Raymond Dennis Menton, Jr. Bo . . . Catonsville, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Newman Club . . . General manager Psi O Spikes for four years . . . Gorgas . . . Minor (Business Manager 3, Feature Editor 4) . . . U.S.N.R. . . Menton and Micelotti had one set of equipment between them — all borrowed . . . " Where ' s Tony? " . . . Never worked in clinic when he could referee a ball game . . . Needs a bridge but doesn ' t believe in dentistry . . . Read rule books when he came to lecture — never took a note. Anthony N. Micelotti Tony, Mitch . . . Framingham, Massachusetts . . . Boston College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Class Treasurer 1 . . . Newman Club (President 3) . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Korean War veteran . . . " My son, Bo! " . . . Calls instructors by first name! . . . " Check it off! " . . . Dr. Lu ' s chauffeur . . . " Where ' s Bo? " . . . Joined Army after Freshman year to recoup. Paul Masashi Morita Seabrook, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Newman Club . . . Went to Central America in Junior summer . . . Draws pictures during lectures . . . Hi-Fi bug and jazz enthu- siast . . . Reads — books . . . Only Asiatic that got American flu. 1958 4 35 1 Richard Warren Moss ' " Dick " . . . Miami, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Air Force 1951-52, stationed in Newfoundland . . . Wants to get away from Baltimore and back to Miami 11... Al- most bought a " Healy " . . . Speed demon in clinic ... A member of the vampire squad at St. Agnes . . . Lady killer — Ha! . . . Has a female admirer in Section A . . . Never missed a school dance. James Edward Nadeau " Big Jim " . . . Montague City, Massachusetts . . . American Inter- national College ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Newman Club . . . Scares patients with eyes . . . Doesn ' t know own strength . . . Mixed plaster by the barrel . . . Not as gassed as " Old Dad. " . . . Doesn ' t let Joyce watch TV when he ' s studying . . . Tried to buy contra-angle pencil for penciled outline. William Harold Neilund " Old Dad " . . . College Park, Maryland . . . University of Mary- land, B.S. . . . Married . . . Student Senate 2, 3 . . Class President 2 . . . Lieutenant, U.S.N.R. 1941-46 . . . Always gassed . . . Needs toupe . . . Bacteriology major . . . Yul Brenner of class . . . Drove from College Park for four years . . . Eligible for Social Security at graduation . . . Professional student. Seniors {36Y Philip Patrick Nolan Phil . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (President 3) . . . Married . . . Interfraternity Council (Presi- dent 3) . . . Mirror (Business Manager 3) . . . Student Senate 3, 4 . . . Newman Club . . . Genial and reserved . . . Could never get Spurrier out of his chair . . . Conscientious operator . . . Bought Bob Whitney ' s Chrysler and now he can ' t get it away from his wife . . . Proud father of little Pat . . . Just plain " Nolund " to Dr. Dobbs . . . Always carving full crowns in the lab. Ralph Fields Norwood, Jr. Ralph . . . Charleston, West Virginia . . . Bethany College . . . Married . . . Loves his guns and " Jag ' ' . . . Only man in class to elope, " out draw " Wyatt Earp. buy a " lag " . . . Nailed to the cross by Sinnereich . . . Spent Xmas (1956) with arm in a sling . . . Couldn ' t get Dr. Dosh to drag race . . . Needed stool and a half in lab . . . Has all modern equipment for short cuts. Guy Sullivan O ' Brien Mike . . . Florence, South Carolina . . . Furman University, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Barnyard sound effect courtesy of " Mike " and " Joe " . . Coined phrase " knee-walking drunk " . . . Translator for Powell and Tompkins . . . South Carolina ' s favorite son. 1958 {37} Charles I. Osman " Oz " , " Chuck " . . . Tampa, Florida . . . University of Florida, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega ... " I must have got some bad equipment. " . . . Should have a dental student ' s crying towel . . . Combed his hair forward to cover up the bald spot ... A ladies ' man — they all loved him and left him . . . Thought NYC was a dead town . . . " Where ' s Big Mamu? " . . . First to cross the bridge. Warren A. Parker Parker . . . Swedesboro, New Jersey . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s Col- lege . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Newman Club . . . Mirror (Clinics Editor) . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . Never slept through a lecture until he got married . . . Frustrated golfer . . . Surprised everyone in the Senior year ... A great companion and friend . . . Had a cooperative with Osman and Perez . . . Likes to sleep on 13th story window sill . . . He and Schaeffer always brought a gallon of refreshments to dances. Bienvenido Perez Benny . . . Manati, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Newman Club . . . Latin lover and king of Cha-Cha . . . Spent his vacations in N. Y. C. . . . Always had equipment for Osman and Parker . . . Wine, Women, and Song and Perez . . . Going to take New York boards? . . . Inhabitant of Skyline Club . . . Sharp dresser . . . Went to Europe. Seniors 4 38 V George Louis Plassnig Garge . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Gold requirements in Pedo . . . More cancellations than Zelles . . . " Had any patients this week? " ' ... A disciple of Mencken; tried to convert Perez . . . Spent week ends at Deutsches Haus . . . Perez ' s buddy ... Mr. X. Joseph Marion Powell Hoot — NS $:3 . . . Moncks Corner, South Carolina . . . Furman University, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Found in the Dean ' s Zoo . . . Always a cat up his sleeve . . . Drove Wampler to cow music . . . Made Sokale Gorgas . . . Grossly underpaid lab assistant . . . Slenderella? . . . Classified lactobacilli according to function . . . Assistant Director of " Dental Abnormalities ' ' demonstration in Lab D . . . A letter a day for two years . . . Finds cigarettes all over the school. Ralph Weyman Price Pete . . . Dahlonega, Georgia . . . North Georgia College . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Never met an 8 o ' clock after Freshman year . . . More female patients than Diagnosis . . . Georgia cracker . . . Wearever salesman supreme . . . Real cool Southern Colonel. 1958 -!39r »s " «k Alan S. Resnek Al . . . Brookline, Massachusetts . . . Tufts University . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . " Henry, guess what I did today? " . . . Class I king of Junior year ... A " Bon Duro " foil . . . New Bac- teria — Proboscus Resnekiae . . . " I ' m — sick, sick, sick! " . . . " You Dwarf! " . . . Grump in Crown and Bridge lab . . . Can ' t get over how wonderful Boston is compared to anywhere else in the world . . . Finally married the " Thrilling Miss Trilling. " Henry Edward Richter Hal . . . Swarthmore, Pennsylvania . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Navy Senior Dental Student Program . . . Wears hat and garters . . . " Say, fat boy " . . . Out- talks Dr. Dosh on Hi-Fi . . . Finally found a home — U.S.N.R. . . . Tantalum Mesh advocate in Sophomore year . . . " Hey, Curly " . . . " Oh! Alan. " Peter Arthur Rubelman Pete . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Alpha Omega (President 3) . . . Married . . . I.F.C. (Vice President 3) . . . Bowling and Softball . . . Minor (Photography Editor 4) . . . Grew bacteria at school and home for thesis . . . May Co. salesman and externe at St. Joseph ' s hospital . . . Metal base denture enthusiast . . . Test tube tinkler . . . Locked in skeleton closet Fresh- man year . . . Resnek ' s antagonist for four years . . . Demolished car in Sophomore year . . . Read Burkett through four times . . . " Hey, John, do you have my Ward ' s carver? " . . . Polishes restora- tions under a dam . . ' . Fell asleep in Dr. Medina ' s lecture. Seniors -{40}- John Sidney Rushton Johnny . . . Arlington, Virginia . . . University of Maryland . . . Married . . . Student Senate 2 . . . Gorgas (Vice President 4) . . . Psi Omega (Secretary 4) . . . Mirror 3 (Editor 4) . . . Class Vice President 4 . . . Softball Championship Team 2, 3, 4 . . . Got his gold requirements off on his father . . . Proud Papa . . . Had trou- ble with colors in Bio Chem lab . . . Parachuted a frog in balloon out of 5th floor window . . . Christmas postmaster . . . " All I want to do is get out of here " . . . Member of Loop his Freshman year . . . " If you can ' t find it, Santangelo has it " . . . Rubelman ' s big brother. Robert N. Santangelo Bob . . . Paterson, New Jersey . . . Purdue . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Newman Club . . . Has everyone else ' s equipment . . . Went to one dance, but had to leave early . . . Bachelor to the end . . . N. J. commuter . . . Determined appointment by using patient ' s horoscope . . . Sound sleeper . . . Big user of alpha-naphthol in Freshman year . . . On four-year diet but hasn ' t lost a pound . . . One of the Irvington Loop crew. Lawrence Donald Sarubin Larry . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas (Sergeant-at-Arms 4) . . . Alpha Omega (Sergeant-at-Arms 3) . . . U. S. Army 1952-54 . . . Tried for four years to get into N. S. . . . Put in more amalgams than G. V. Black . . . Finished his C B on one tooth . . . Weiss ' s study partner . . . Kept Nodoze in business . . . Never on time in the morning . . . Learned the cab business from Schneider. 1958 J 441 James Augustus Schaefer Big Jim . . . East Islip, New York ... St. Michael ' s College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Newman Club . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . King Schaefer . . . Gold scavenger . . . N. S. $: ... The Dean ' s personal artist . . . Howardite . . . Founder of the Loop Club . . . Presented the Dean with a pint can of pure " Gunk " . . . Nadeau ' s guiding light . . . Does lab work during lectures . . . Sarubin ' s word-game partner. Leonard Stanley Schneider Len . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . The Johns Hopkins University, A.B. . . . Alpha Omega known as " Yenta " . . school . . . Sparky ' s boy . lessons for four years . the washing machine . standards. . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . " Squirt, " also Still waiting for the Dean to paint the . N. S. 2, Howardite . . . Took Cha-Cha . Can ' t get into the bathroom because of . Got his wife three jobs to keep up his Howard Schwartz " Howie " . . . Kearny, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University, A.B. . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Historian 4) . . . Married . . . Mirror 4 . . . Intramural athletics . . . " It must be the other half " . . . Caught all of Sarubin ' s colds . . . Inventor of " Schwartz carver " . . . Less hair than Neilund . . . Hunter part of the Hunter-Schweiger band . . . Missed post office job during Senior year . . . One of the Toni twins. Seniors -[42 J- Irwin B. Schwartz " Chief " . . . Paterson, New Jersey . . . Newark Colleges of Rutgers University . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Treasurer 4) . . . Married . . . I. F. C. 3 . . . Softball and bowling four years . . . " So what else is new? " . . . " Go fight City Hall " . . . " Meanwhile it ' s amazing! " ... " A guy with my grades " . . . The Schweiger part of the Hunter- Schweiger band . . . " Me and the Hose " . . . The other Toni twin. David H. Shamer Dave . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Class Treasurer 1, 2 . . . Mirror 3 (Assistant Editor 4) . . . U. S. Army 1952-54 . . . " Don ' t ' Sir ' me! " . . . " Dave, wipe that smudge off " . . . " Is that a ball burnisher, Dr. Medina? " . . . " Are you mad at me, Ivan? " . . . " Good morning, lovely one! " . . . " Hey Corporal " . . . Shelton ' s Boy Scout friend . . . Gaver and Norris ' big buddy. Charles Irvine Shelton " Chalk " . . . Williamson, West Virginia . . . West Virginia Univer- sity, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Softball and tennis . . . Sponged din- ner from the Shamers for four years . . . " She ' s psycho " . . . " I ' ll never make it " ... " I know just how you feel " . . . " Oh god! Look at that! " 1958 •{43 1- . Mft -fSS ! Cyril Stanton Sokale " Cy " . . . West Hartford, Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . Golf . . . Gorgas . . . Wore cowboy shirts and mustache his Freshman year — Ivy Leaguer his Senior year . . . Likes hillbilly music . . . Shelton ' s sidekick ... In love with Bal- timore . . . Quote from Dr. Hahn: " What ' s that thing under your nose? " . . . " Hi! " Edward William Spinelli, Jr. " Ed " . . . Revere, Massachusetts . . . Tutfs University, B.A. . . . Psi Omega (Editor, 4) . . . Married . . . Bowling and softball . . . Newman Club . . . Ro ' s big added expense! . . . Tried to reform Sokale — failed . . . He could never wear Ivy suits . . . The Mayor ' s son . . . " You ' re making me nervous! " . . . " Let ' s go to the track " " Get good notes, will you? ' Seriously now, tell me. Howard Stanton Spurrier Stan . . . Salt Lake City, Utah . . . University of Utah, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Minor 3, 4 . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Class President 4 . . . " Boy, I really flunked that exam! " . . . " Gosh I ' ll never complete my requirements " . . . Can ' t understand why everyone doesn ' t move to Utah ... A frustrated pulp capper . . . " Now see here. Dr. Nuttall — " . . . " I ' ll go out with any of you guys now! " . . . Number one . . . Excellent operator . . . Always giving advice. Seniors ■{44}- John Francis Spychalski Watervliet, New York ... St. Bernardine of Siena, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Newman Club 3, 4 . . . Ruth ' s Penn Club . " Got a crossword puzzle? " . . . " Who ' s got a sheet of paper? " . Friendly gold foil salesman . . . Takes great interest in all lectures . . . Doesn ' t own a notebook . . . Weighs less than Spurrier . Camera shy. Ivan Lee Starr Igar . . . Bayonne, New Jersey . . . Syracuse University, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Class Historian 3 . . . " No sir! He ' s vot my brother ... " ... Always calm and collected . . . Disgusted with practical jokers . . . Doesn ' t know what it ' s like to wear a sportshirt ... A beard built for Burma Shave . . . O ' Brien ' s per- sonal back-scratcher . . . Nasser ' s double . . . Mancinist. Ronald Martin Starr Big Ron . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror (Activities Editor 3, 4) . . . Bowling . . . Ex-member of Ruth ' s Penn Club . . . Ronnie ' s really " O. K. " . . . " Ronnie, may I borrow your — " . . . " But he really likes me. " . . . Spills hot water on Seniors . . . Has better equipment in his base- ment than the Dental School . . . Does Class three foils on friends . . . Calls Dr. Ehrlich " Freddy " . . . Ivan ' s buddy. 1958 •{45) Elizabeth Lee Stewart Betty . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . McCoy College, Johns Hopkins University . . . Student Senate 1 . . . " Marvin, did you borrow my — ? " . . . The only mechanized equipment case in school . . . " We would like for you to use school equipment, Miss Stewart " . . . " Charles made it for me. " . . . Professional but feminine . . . Never understood instructors ' jokes ... " I dreamed I put in a Class 3 foil in my — . " Marvin Howard Tawes, Jr. T. W. . . . Crisfield, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (House Manager 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Army Senior Dental Program . . . Opened up Crisfield on week ends . . . " Who stole my — " . . . Half owner of the " Blue Beetle " . . . Trotto ' s golf partner . . . " Tawes to surgery " . . . " Hey champ " . . . Eagle Scout . . . Alarm clock of Psi O House. Linn Shecut Tompkins, Jr. Columbia, South Carolina . . . University of South Carolina . . . Married . . . Mirror (Assistant Business Manager 3, Feature Editor 4) . . . Class Vice President 1,2... Psi Omega (Chief Inquisitor 3, President 4) . . . Softball Champs 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Newman Club 4 . . . I. F.C. (Vice President 4) . . . Air Force Senior Dental Program . . . Rooted Dr. Hahn out of his private office . . . Rushton ' s first assist- ant . . . Half owner of the " Blue Beetle " . . . Wampler ' s lab man . . . Operator deluxe. Seniors 446 t- Frank Trotto, Jr. Trigger . . . Fairmont, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, A.I). . . . Class Secretary 4 . . . Psi Omega (Guardian 3, Treasurer 4) . . . Softball, bowling, golf, ping pong . . . I. F. C. . . . R.O.T.C . . . Likes Dr. Hahn ' s side porch . . . " No! we ' ll stay here. The beer ' s colder. " . . . " They ' ll get you sooner or later. " . . . " Amoeba! " . . . Has a lot to be loved . . . Party boy . . . Voted most likely to succeed — in high school! " Donald Herbert Wadsworth D. W. . . . Tampa, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Dr. Hahn liked his jokes . . . Learned to play bridge during lunch hours . . . " That ' s right, sport " . . . Cool operator . . . Vampire for Hopkins . . . Wampler ' s sleeping partner in lectures . . . Finished Sophomore C B in March . . . True Florida lover. James Ray Wampler Wamp . . . Harrisonburg, Virginia . . . Bridgewater College . . . Baltimore Colts Band . . . Originator of " Wampler Wax " and " Melana Cards " . . . Never has a tale of woe . . . " Quick some- one, where ' s Tomp? " . . . " Nub " . . . Never made a school dance . . Avid modern jazz fan . . . Ken Rosewall of B.C.D.S. 1958 -1471. s William James " Washuta Bill . . . Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Married . . . Expert on chiseling into the spine in Gross Anatomy . . . Took a morning hike to school from parking space . . . Wampler ' s Anatomy tutor . . . Disliked Baltimore B. L. (before Lila) . . . Had closely graded Pathology exams . . . Attended only one dance . . . Singer . . . " Call me, honey! " . . . " Walk with me, Trottor " . . . " Willie the Wash. " David Allen Watson Dave . . . Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Psi O Spikes 1 . . . Water ski champ of school . . . " Some guy slit my roof and stole the radio " . . . Spent the summers in Michigan . . . Friday night heartburn at the Zelles ' s . . . " I ' ve got to go to choir practice " . . . The late car pool . . . " I ' ve got to diet. " . . . Jack Kramer of the B.C.D.S. . . . " Hi Ace. " Louis Weiss Lou . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega (Editor 3) . . . " He ' s only a flash in the pan. " . . . " Hey, Bill, give me a Turns; I got a bad one today. " . . . Israel ' s gift to B.C.D.S. . . . " How ' s Nancy, Rodge? " ... " I really don ' t like her; she ' s got lousy teeth " ... " I can fix it. " . . . Founder of Ulcer Club of B.C.D.S. . . . " What do ya say. Captain? " Seniors -{481 William Alvin Wolf Bill . . . New Britain, Connecticut . . . Upsala College, A.B. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Psi O Spikes 1, 2, 3, 4 ... U. S. Marine Corps . . . Spent his entire military career playing softball in Japan . . . Kept Lou supplied with Tunis lor four years . . . " It ' s Loop night tonight! " . . . The old Dad! Knew Terry Moore very well . . . Won softhall trophies lor all the Spikes . . . Liked the Haig Haig the Dean gave him. Rodger August Zelles Rodge . . . Irvington, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Psi O Spikes 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . " The great dissector " . . . " Bill, pick me up to play ball. Nance won ' t let me have the car. " ... " I can ' t go; I have to do the laundry tonight. " . . . The fastest man on the earth between 2nd and 3rd . . . Friday night heartburn at the Watsons ' . . . Prescription writer. The 1958 (graduates {A9Y _ Kneeling: Asadourian, R., Kiefman, P., Georgiades, R., Denison, W., Jansen, A., Klein, A., Jacobs, L., Grobani, A. Second Row: Lecrone, D., Hoffman, G., Chambers, V., Harris, B., Block, S., Greco, B., Johnson, R., Collins, G., DelTufo, S., Chait, R., Capo, E., Haddock, F. Third Row: Feiler, M., Leonard, W., Levin, H., Lewis, R., Brandau, H., Eggnatz, L., Lewis, D., Hyman, W., Bauimnn, C, Crytzer, M., Benzil, P. Fourth Row: Brager, S., Lessig, J., Long, G., Hyland, P., Gannon, W., Fuentes, J., Hemphill, R., Itkin, A., Brown, R., Bauerle, R., Birney, T. Kneeling: Sokale, C, Schaefer, j., Perez, B., McLaughlin, E., Spinelli, E., Lucca, L., Matos, C, Goren, R., O ' Brien, G., Morita, P. Second Row: Nadeau, J., Tawes, M., Moss, R., Santangelo, R., Weiss, L., Stewart, E., Wadsworth, D., Rushton, J. Menton, R., Tompkins, L., Rubelman, P., Wampler, J. Third Row: Shamer, D„ Nolan, P., Parker, W„ Plassnig, G., Sarubin, L., Neilund, W., Watson, D., Micelotti, A., Osman, C, Mehlisch, D., Price, R., Powell, J., Starr, I., Richter, H., Schwartz, I. Fourth Row: Luiz, A., Magruder, L., Spychalski, J., Marlow, C, Ford, D., Burton, J., Shelton, C, Spurrier, H., Trotto, F., Starr, R., Resnek, A., Zelles, R. THE SENIORS 1. She said her brother was sick. 5. Have I told you the advantages oi a CI, 2. I ' ll bet you could have fixed it so they couldn ' t g_ Ru[ , tunl(X , lh()Se tWQ hutlom m tell. 7. Yea, I would do it over. 3. Don ' t look now Gaver ' s watching us. 4. I wonder if he can see me shaking? S. All right, Hoffman, start liming me. THE SENIORS lT1 ! 1. My ring ' s burning! 5. You ' re moving to Honolulu with my foils! 2. Hernando ' s hideaway. 6. Water-powder ratio just right. 3. You ' ve done a good job of cleaning this case. Now 7. It ' s still ticking! Give him some APC ' s, Meg. bring him back. 8. Hide your Tin Oxide. Here comes Dr. Medina. 4. Him and his 17 advantages to the rubber dam! -{52 1- THE SENIORS 1. Anyone seen Dr. Gaver? 2. I ' ll never straighten tip after a day like this. 3. Is that plaster? 4. Mock Boards today? 5. 120 by Christmas! 6. If I could only get one more pontic in to make 14 units. 7. I ' ll ma e this darn thing fit! S. That ' s my soup, not agar-agar! -{53} THE JUNIOR CLASS CLASS OFFICERS President: Charles C. Swoope, Jr. Vice President: Fabian Morgan Secretary: Phillip Smith Treasurer: R. Lawrence Fraze Historian: Kenneth D. Bass Sergeant-at-Arms: James F. Dooley Student Senate Representatives: James F. Sproul James K. McDonald Standing: F. Morgan, J. McDonald, J. Sproul. Seated: K. Bass, C. Swoope, P. Smith. The 1956 sophomores returned as ' 57 ' s juniors to the tasks of the clinic floors. Some forty individuals braved Baltimore ' s heat to start early in the summer clinic. The advancing tide of progress has left a few new pebbles on the beach at the B.C.D.S. — a renovated clinic floor with " speedy " 8,000 revolutions per . . . partitions for privacy ... a new centrally-controlled appointment system, " assuring you a chair when and where you want it. " Signs of our times: white jackets ... " I don ' t mean this to be facetious " . . . well-staffed pedo clinic ... If you drink, DON ' T . . . " allziknow (with waving hands) " . . . Anybody seen Chevrolet Jackson lately ? ? ? . . . Cotton " swaaaaaabs " all over the place . . . sharp chisels and hatchets for a change. With the June horizon looming close at this writing, we of the Junior Class can tell of many worthwhile experiences that have enriched our lives. Like all who pass through student days, we think respectfully of the past, lament today, and eagerly await the tomorrow when we shall attain our goals. -•54}- £ © to ® r -, ■• ,. Kneeling: Lauttman, Lee, W., Hugelmeyer. Second Row: Breckstein, Dolle, Dietz, Dooley, Bass, Borges, Bucko, Cuevas, Hodous, Humphreys, Blumenthal, Gardner, Cohen, Danofi. Third Row: Buckner, Dowden, Krampf, Dombrovvski, JeLonge, VlcDonald. Ferlita, Machuca, LaPorta, Lee, R., Lynch, Krause, Fraser, Keener, Lopez. Fourth Row: Conner, Cartisano, Jabbour, Fraze, Frick, L., Frick, T., Fowler, Bristol, Brown, Beckelheimer, Keen. Hansen, Buchen, Levin. The Juniors Kneeling: Rocco, Vendrell, Martinez, Pennington. Saville, Raese, Morgan, F., Pollack. }.. Sproul. Raimond, Polino. Ruland. Second Row: White, Varanelli, Stecher, Postal, Silberstein. Sollazzo. Salerno, Noa, Sahley, Ribakow, Pralley, Veltre, Malhmood, Wilson. Third Row: Peters, Simansky, Smith, Swoope, Sullivan, Warner, Skaff, Miller, Roush, Schwartz, Pickus, Rogers, Yampolski, Silver, Raphael, Schofield, Pollack, A., Stegman, Richmond. Meakem, Morgan, B., Myers, Owens, O ' Connor. The Juniors 1. But Doctor, this is my twelfth check scale. 2. Now, when I was a junior . 3. Where did you get your haircut? 4. How does a guy get a drink around here? 5. Sweetest injection this side of heaven. 6. Patients are here for the following - 7. You sure you still don ' t want to go to medical school ? 8. When are you going to polish it? ■{56 V The Juniors 1. Where ' s her mouth 2 5. I always get the desk next to the sink. 2. Now, you have to know your anatomy to give a 6. Who threw that investment flask? mandibular. 7. Don ' t you remember what you learned in Dental 3. Teddy just went for a break. Materials? 4. II I were you, I ' d sneak the patient in during 8. You ' re putting the lower teeth on the uppers! lunch til {57} THE SOPHOMORE CLASS CLASS OFFICERS President: M. A. Levin Vice President: E. A. Hurdle Secretary: G. W. Struthers Treasurer: I. R. Weiner Historian: A. J. Regine Sergeant-at-Arms: M. H. Coulton Seated: M. Coulton, M. A. Levin. Standing: E. Hurdle, G. Struthers, J. Giardina, R. Strambi, T. Regine, B. Weiner. All behavior is purposeful, and everything at the B.C.D.S. has, if you search long enough, a purpose. Hence the reason why sophomore historians turn from the trit e jokes and turn on the trite philosophy. This is the time for some serious reflections. Overnight our status will change from technicians to practitioners, and by some mysterious process, B.C.D.S. sophomores for over a century have been equipped with the knowledge and confidence to meet this challenge. This is also the time to thank our instructors. Now we see that there was a method to your madness. This is also the time to remember . . . — " The climb to the lofty fifth floor with total exhaustion in reaching the door. — The hours that we spent with our eyes in the scope, instructors ' avowals that there was no hope. — Yea, verily, let our thoughts not depart from the rigid rules of restorative art. — Outline, resistance, et cetera our goal to the patient it ' s merely a helluva hole. — How wis ; is the adage from out of the past, ' Don ' t count your crowns until they are cast. " -i 58 | Kneeling: R. Alban, J. Giardina, A. Jung, C. Dean, E. Hurdle. Second Row: D. Koubek, R. Kriegsman, N. L. Jones, R. Chesney, F. Chesler, I. Kolikoff, B. Collazo, C. Coe, G. Camp, R. Dzoba, T. Cronin, H. Gruen, E. Baron, M. Coulton. Third Row: N. I. Jones, C. Darby, H. Fox, Clegg, M. Levin, I. Fox, J. Atchinson, M. Doran, R. Bodley, J. Biehn, D. Killpack, N. Lasijczuk, C. Johnson, J. Fay. Fourth Row: M. Ehudin, D. Heese, E. Harris, W. Cimikoski, J. Adler, S. Kubota, W. Brady, R. Burk, H. Beasley, J. Brown, F. Bragg, F. Collins, R. Cialone, W. Cwiek, J. Denson. The Sophomores Kneeling: C. Wilson, W. Wills, L. Waldron, J. Moore, M. P. Levin, A. Regine, }. Picone, W. Rumberger, M. Mays, E. Tompkins, L. Yarid, M. Udoff. Second Row: J. Restivo, R. Ripley, F. Mastrola, B. Orlowski, I. Weiner, M. Magaziner, J. Snyder, E. Shiller, M. Watson, F. Salino, L. Schaefer, A. Phillips, B. Sears. Third Row: G. Vitek, R. Murphy, R. Thompson, R. Strambi, D. McLane, J. McLaughlin, H. Levy, M. Rosenbloum, D. Solomon, H. Segal, G. Roy, W. Lovern, D. Wood. Fourth Row: W. Stroud, F. Magaziner, B. Olsen, E. Thompson, H. Pearson, G. Struthers, P. Parsons, T. Noffsinger, R. Smith, R. Prindle, T. Rutherford, J. Smith. The Sophomores 1. Your guess is as good as mine. 2. A circle is 90, and angle is 80— 3. Raise the upper teeth down. 4. The slumber hour. 5. Don ' t you have it in your notes? 6. It ' s in there to stay, Ace! 7. It ' s only 75 cents for a new tooth. 8. How to vissuallice it. -{60}- The Sophomores 1. Wash your hands before you eat lunch. 2. Yc Gads! Blood! 3. I ' m a prisoner in a tooth factory! 4. Instructors are a girl ' s best friend. 5. Those endoforms don ' t bite. 6. Gas — gas — gas ! 7. You think you got troubles! 8. In the old days we had to carve our own teeth. ■{61}- THE FRESHMAN CLASS CLASS OFFICERS President: Joseph E. Furtado Vice President: Lawrence Clark Treasurer: Antone T. Oliveira Secretary: William Lackey Student Senate Representatives: Section .-I: George Buchness Section B: Robert Siegel Standing: A. Oliveira, R. Siegel, L. Clark. Seated: Buchness, J. Furtado. " Where are you from? " " South Carolina ! ! " . . . " How about you ? ? " Rhode Island !! " ... Yes, the War Between the States would have probably started anew anywhere but at the Dental School. Here there is no time to fight The War. The only battles contested are those of trying to carve that central incisor before the lateral incisor is clue. Here there is no time but that which brings individuals together in a fellow- ship unlike that which existed in college; here a unity — a oneness — is to be found, that of a common goal which will one day be realized. Until that day there is but time to work to the best of one ' s ability, adding a little extra effort to that. Strangely enough, some extra hours are added to a day and there is time to go to an occasional dance; functions put on by the school ' s fraternities; or that once-a-week blast at the local emporium, where the trials and tribulations of the student are made known, publicly. Yes, there is but time to be a Freshman. {62} f •» • ?- Kneeling: M. Dunker, C. Boland. F m i?o« ' : S. Kamezawa, M. Goldenberg, R. Kroopnick, L. Clark, B. Darke, P. Hoffman, R. Lattanzi, G. Keary, G. Berman, R. Israel, R. Higel, S. Hamburger. Second Row: K. Lown, W. McLaughlin, R. Dubois, M. Brown, G. Buchness, T. Cavanaugh, D. Bryans, R. Foer, M. Antonelli, R. Kovak, J. Marchesani, W. Lackey. Third Row: J. Goettee, A. Hecht, S. Gross, D. Kaplan, S. Fliss, W. Doheny, A. Griffith, E. McCallum, S. Love, J. Liller, A. Loew, J. Brenner. The Freshmen Kneeling: F. Wasserman, G. Phelps, D. Pere. First Row: A. Perlmutter, M. Matzkin, R. Morley, V. Rosado, J. Palmer, P. Ryiz, S. Zakann, R. Sachs, B. Summey, E. Smith. Second Row: A. Windeler, P. Teitelbaum, W. Rockefeller, J. Robinson, R. Naito, H. Sawyer, R. Meier, C. Myatt, M. Slan. Third Row: A. Oliveira, R. Mason, J. Swann, B. Taylor, G. Towson, N. Wallen, W. Witherspoon, J. Sullivan. A. Streeter, S. Stoller, T. Rosa. The Freshmen 1. Oh, great white father, please let me pass the second Neuro exam . 2. You ' re lucky you got a C on it. 3. He ' ll never ask us that! 4. I was a teenage anatomy student. ■{64}- 5. What ' s the trouble, Doc? 6. Mum ' s the word! 7. Who ' s that guy with the big eyes? 8. Even freshmen laugh occasionally. The Freshmen 1 i s j " , i i 1. I wish I knew what I was doing! 2. No it ' s an artifaet. 3. Coloring 201 and 202. A nine-month course. 7. Skinny, ain ' t her 5. What ' s a Ward ' s Carver? 6. I wonder if the supermarkets are hiring? 4. Ulcer hour. 8. Don ' t worry; things will get worse. •{65}- " DiGGnosis was an OPERATIVE PflTIEriT for a seoior. " •{661- -I67f THE MIRROR STAFF G. P. H. Foley Advisor EDITORIAL STAFF Editor . . John S. Rushton Assistant Editor David H. Shamer Photography Editor Peter A. Rubelman Photography Coordinator John P. Burton Clinics Editor Warren A. Parker Classes Editor Lee F. Eggnatz Carto on Editor James A. Schaefer Organization Editor Ronald M. Starr Sports Editor Raymond D. Menton Features Editor Linn S. Tompkins Cover Editor Howard S. Spurrier BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Charles K. Peters Assistant Manager William W. Cwiek BOARD OF EDITORS P. Rubelman, D. Shamer, J. Rushton, W. Parker 468)- Contributors to the Mirror John F. Lessig Howard Schwartz Virgil L. Chambers Clyde D. Marlow Henry E. Richter Joseph M. Powell Lawrence D. Sarubin G. Jackson Phillips John M. Foley Li. on i;d F. Bhi«,i - Kenneth D. Bass Anthony J. Recine William Lackey Gorm P. Hansen Robert B. Silberstein C. Peters and W. Cwiek iteY GORGAS ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY Membership in the Gorgas Odontological Society is open to those Juniors and Seniors who attain outstanding scholastic records. Near the first of each school year, invitations are extended to those Juniors who are in the upper 30 per cent of their class. Formed in 1916 in honor of Dr. Ferdinand Gorgas, the Society affords its members many social and educational opportunities not enjoyed by other students. In recognition of their membership, keys are awarded to the Juniors and certificates are awarded to the Seniors in the spring of each year. The final social function of the year is also held at this time. Members of Gorgas are proud of their Society and hope for continued active participation in the future. OFFICERS President: M. R. Crytzer Vice President: J. S. Rushton Secretary: W. P. Leonard Treasurer: P. S. Benzil Historian: H. S. Spurrier Sergeant-at-Arms: L. D. Sarubin Standing: Rushton, Leonard, Benzil Seated: Sarubin, Cr ytzer, Spurrier [70 The Seniors Seated: D. Ford, A. Luiz, B. LiPira, W. Leonard, R. Moss, C. Sokale, S. Spurrier, L. Schneider, R. Price, J. Powell. Second Row: M. Crytzer, E. McLaughlin, J. Rushton, J. Hoffman, L. Sarubin, J. Lessig, R. Capo, R. Goren, C. Marlovv. Third Row: P. Benzil, R. Haroth, T. Klein, P. Hyland, G. Collins, E. Magruder, M. Tawes. GORGAS ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY The Juniors Kneeling: L. Warner, J. Vendrell, G. Cohen, F. Dolle, F. Veltre. Second Row: L. Ruland, H. Yampolsky, O. Skaff, E. White, B. Bucko, A. Sollazzo, J. Raese, R. Buckner. Third Row: M. Rocco, J. Schwartz, D. Sullivan, T. Miller, G. Hansen, J. Jabbour, G. Ribakow, L. Lopez. Fourth Row: C. Swoope, F. Krause, f. Lynch, R. Owens, J. McDonald, R. Lee, R. Fraze, L. Eggnatz. " , fi fa Qg ;v V © - W¥ ' ' v C r ' •. O . C v I r v ». ■» ' • 8 V: •? ■; £© - Jfc STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS President Benedict S. LiPira Vice President Fred Sproul Secretary Martin A. Levin Treasurer Charles C. Swoope, Jr. MEMBERS Furtado McDonald Buchness Spurrier Siegel Birney Giardina Micelotti Strambi Ecgnatz The Student Senate is composed of three representatives from each class: the president and a representative from each section. Throughout the year this organ- ization endeavors to harmonize Student-Faculty relations and to consider any prob- lems that arise within the student body. The contributions of the Senate to the welfare of the student body this year have been . . . establishment of orientation committee to welcome and guide freshmen on registration day . . . organization of student handbook . . . Christmas ceremony . . . maintenance of budget to admin- ister the spending of student funds . . . publication of student directory . . . spon- sorship of Golf, Table Tennis, and Softball Tournaments. Seated: Eggnatz, LiPira, Spurrier, Micelotti. Standing: Giardina, Levin, Buchness, Siegel, Furtado, Swoope, McDonald, Birney. [72}- INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL First Ron 1 : R. Bauerle, L. Tompkins, L. Eggnatz, L. Jacobs. Second Ron 1 : B. LiPira, F. Trotto, S. Block. I. Schwartz. OFFICERS President F. LtE Egcnatz Alpha Omega Vice President Linn S. Tompkins Psi Omega Secretary Ronald J. Bauerle Xi Psi Phi Treasurer Lawrence P. Jacobs Sigma Epsilon Delta DELEGATES Benedict S. LiPira Xi Psi Phi and Student Senate Frank Trotto Psi Omega Stanley E. Block Alpha Omega Irwin B. Schwartz Sigma Epsilon Delta The Interfraternity Council is composed of representatives of our four frater- nities and the president of the Student Senate. As in previous years, this body had tried to coordinate all fraternity functions to the mutual benefit of all factions and the Dental School as a whole. Along with the successful handling of the rushing season, the I.F.C. has admin- istered the bowling and Softball leagues, ping-pong and tennis tournaments, and the presentation of the Interfraternity Council Award to the senior student who has made the most important contribution to student activities. -{73 r SPORTS 1 Professional School Softball Champions Victors in Thirty-Seven Straight Games Seated: Rushton, Tompkins, Gannon, Wolf, Denison and Menton, manager. Standing: Spinelli, Zelles, Beckelheimer, Georgiades and Gaskill. 3 Charter Members of the Shuffleboard Club 2 Psi Omega Five Bowling Team Kneeling: Jansen and Spinelli. Standing: Haroth, Trotto and Magruder. Eggnatz, Crytzer, Benzil, LiPira, Grobani, Birney and Buttner. Veteran linksmen Cy Sokale and Hugh Beasley watch as Ron Bauerle shows proper stance. 5 " The Exposures " Basketball Team Seated: Meakem, Flanders, Lown and Captain O ' Connor. Standi ne: Raese, McLane and Morgan. -{74]- SPORTS This year the Student Senate Athletic Committee has enlarged its intramural program to include five sports. Softball and Bowling Leagues in addition to Golf, Ping-pong and Tennis Tournaments were offered. Trophies are to be awarded the respective winners at the year-ending Student Senate athletic banquet. At this writing, none of the winners have been decided, but with the coming of spring and the Softball League, Psi Omega ' s Spikes must be considered the team to beat on the diamond. This senior team has remained unbeaten since their freshman year and have completed a string of thirty-seven straight victories in marching to two consec- utive Professional School Softball Championships. Fast-balling Hill Wolf, an ex-Marine hurler, has yet to taste defeat while pacing the Spikes. The team, essentially the same throughout four years of play, includes the infield of Ed Spinelli at first, Bill Denison at second base, Bill Gannon, shortstop; Linn Tompkins at third and Bill Gaskill behind the plate. Bob Beckelheimer, John Rushton, Roger Zelles, Dick Georgiades and Man- ager Bo Menton handle the outfield chores. The Ping-pong and Tennis Tournaments are well under way and with enthusiasm running high any one of the numerous contenders could emerge victorious. The golf finals put Psi Omega ' s Cy Sokale against the Zips ' Ron Bauerle in the championship flight. With the long bowling season drawing rapidly to a close, the Psi Omega team should remain atop the league standings. However, the onrushing second place Alpha Omega five is still in contention and must be considered a threat. Thus far Ben LiPira of the Zip team heads the loop ' s rollers with a 110 average. Basketball enthusiasts headed by junior Bill O ' Connor entered a team in a city un- limited league. Playing under the appropriate name ol the Exposures, the bows Irom B.C.D.S. were in the running all the way and finished with a 7-4 mark. Ray Flanders was the top point-getter for the basketball-playing dentists and was ably assisted by O ' Connor, Tom Mcakem, Keith Lown, Dave McLane, John Raese and Bernie Morgan. {7b y PSI OMEGA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1892. Fraternity Achievement Award Recipient — Linn S. Tompkins Scholastic Achievement Award Recipient — Howard S. Spurrier Standing: E. Spinelli, W. Leonard, M. Tawes, R. Lee Seated: F. Trotto, L. Tompkins, J. McDonald, J. Rushton THE OFFICERS Grand Master Linn S. Tompkins Junior Master. J. Kenneth McDonald Secretary John S. Rushton Treasurer Frank Trotto Pledge Master Robert L. Lee Editor Edward W. Spinelli Historian Walter P. Leonard House Manager Marvin H. Tawes Deputy Councilor Dr. Joseph P. Cappuccio [76F THE SENIOR MEMBERS Seated: E. Spinelli, C. Shelton, C. Marlow, E. Magruder, J. Nadeau, W. Leonard, R. Moss, D. Wadsworth, D. Lecrose, E. Capo, C. Matos. Second Row: H. Richter, R. Haroth, A. Jansen, J. Rushton, L. Tompkins, R. Georgiades, G. O ' Brien, B. Perez, F. Haddock, D. Shamer. Third Row: C. Sokale, J. Schaefer, F. Trotto, D. Watson, H. Branda ' J, O. Frisbie, M. Tawes, W. Parker, W. Denison. J. Burton, R. Zelles, W. Wolf. THE JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS Kneeling: II. Spurrier. J. Foley, H. Fox, F. Bragg, D. Pint. Second Row: W. Cwiek. A. lung. L. Borgcs, A. Phillips. |. Vendrell, Third Row: C. Richmond, J. McDonald, F. Ohverio, H. Beasley, P. C. Swoope, J. Bichn, T. Rutherford , L. Schaefer. Fourth Row: B. Morgan, G. Struthers, W. Lovern, R. Beckelheirrur, T. Noffsinger, R. Ripley. W. Lee. R. Scars. l ' 77 r J. Martinez, L. Ruland. O. Skaff. B. Peters. C. Ferhta. F. Sproul. Smith. L. Frick, T. Fnck. W. Prallc . J. Phillips. F. Krause, J. McLaughlin, J. Fowler. R. Smith, D. McLane. R. Murphy, XI PSI PHI ETA CHAPTER Founded at the Universitj ' of Michigan, 1889 ZIP OFFICERS Seated: B. LiPira, R. Bauerle, R. Owens. Standing: A. Cura, J. Bodo. Kneeling: ]. Lessig, A. Klein, B. LiPira, K. Bauerle, F. Salino, W. Cimikoski, R. Asadourian, M. Crytzer. Second Row: G. Keen, J. Dooley, K. Hugelmeyer, D. Sullivan, R. Fraser, A. Cura. A. Policastro, P. Keener. L. Fraze C Warner H. Petrakis. Third Row: T. Birney, J. Bodo, J. Picone, P. Parsons, A. Micelotti, C. Dean, W. Stroud, J. Fay, ). fabbour, C. Wilson, C. Johnson. Fourth Row: P. Nolan, F. Morgan. R. Bristol, ). Brown, F. Dollc, R. Waldron, B. Buchen, G. Hansen. J. Meyers, 1. Dietz, 1). Lewis A. Luiz, F. Mastrola. -{79]- SIGMA EPSILON DELTA EPSILON CHAPTER Founded at New York University in 1907 Standing: Howard Schwartz — Historian Joel Pollack — Secretary Seated: Irwin Schwartz — Treasurer Lawrence P. Jacobs — President Arnold Malhmood — Vice President Standing,: Howard Segal, Alben Pollack, Joel Pollack. Seated: David Solomon, Irwis Schwartz Lawrence Jacobs, Arnold Malhmood. Howard Schwartz, Irwin Kohkoff. Absent: Lawrence Brchnc. i8 y ALPHA OMEGA ZETA MU CHAPTER Founded at the University of Maryland, 1907 Seated: C. Baumann, L. Eggnatz, S. Block. Standing: A. Grobani, J. Krampf, S. Silver, P. Rubelman. Top Ron 1 : J. Adlcr, R. Chait, E. Baron, M. Breckstein, J. Schwartz, H. Yampolsky, A. Postal, K. Bass, A. Snyder, M. Ehudin, R. Brown, R. Starr, M. Levin, W. Hyman. Third Row: A. Titles, A. Resnek, S. Silver, I. Starr, E. Thompson, J. Krampf, E. Shillcr, F. Magazincr, R. Goren, A. Danoff, L. Levin, I. Werner, 11. Levin, A. Grobani. Second Row: M. Feiler, M. Rosenbloom, M. UdofF, M. Coulton, P. Benzil, L. Weiss, L. Eiignatz, F. Blumenthal, L. Schneider, S. Block, H. Ribakow, B. Raphael, A. Itkin. First Row: S. Bragcr, R. Kriegsman, B. Harris, L. Rogers, C. Osman, P. Rubelman, L. Sarubin, M. Levin, I. Fox, C. Baumann. -{83)- 1907 FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY YEAR 1957 LORD BALTIMORE HOTEL BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECEMBER 28-31, 1957 Mill IN .1. ill-. ' I f llllil I a notheR Contribution -; 86 j- THE CLINICS p E D O D O N T I C s Where do you ivant to do that buccal pit foil? Getting too nice to be an instructor. A 87 J- CROWN AND BRIDGE }] ' ho says my Lincoln can ' t ontdrag a Jag? But Doctor Nuttall I just cemented that bridge. Ij you would find my glasses, I could tell you if they are parallel. ROENTGENOLOGY Now, that ' s a real cone cut! Cough that film packet bac up! Now, if yon bite my finger again I ' ll- I 89]- OPERATIVE y«-) ' , you are low in foils-s. But doctor on this side it ' s beautiful. Plepalation loo li e hot dog. When yo, become dean then you ma e rules. •{90}- DENTISTRY Everything goes by the bool{ around here! That ' s fine. Noil let me have your sharp explorer. If you ' ll ta e off the rubber dam now, I ' ll chec the prophy. PROSTHETICS Now, this simple apparatus is a surveyor. Have her come bac in three days. 1 jI. 1 1T ir Now, when I was a student- :92 ORAL MEDICINE Dr. N orris is on the floor. What ' s behind that smile, Doctor, another treatment? Rat, Doctor, I didn ' t use that kjnd of glasses when I did it. -{93! ORTHODONTICS Gennimen, this is a good face. Have I ever demonstrated to you on how to mix Jeltrate? Now, look closely at this case boys. •{94! SURGERY They don ' t ta e X-rays li e they used to. This is Joe. I want 4 scats on the 40-yard line. Are you sure you too out the right tooth? DIAGNOSIS No, he ' s too young jor foils. MM Who ' s got it, you or the patient? Any questions? -{ 96 K $ FEATURE -{971- Senior Superlatives AS CHOSEN BY THE CLASS OF 1958 Most gassed . Long Baldest . . . Hoffman Oldest . . . Neil it i id Wittiest . . . Sarubin Noisiest . . . Bragcr Sleepiest . . . Wadsworth Latest . . . Crytzer Best dressed . . . Richtcr Best natured . . . Georgiades Most modest . . . Leonard Most professional . . . Leonard Most likely to become dean . . . Marlow Biggest politician . . . Eggnatz Tallest . . . Schaefer Luckiest . . . Feiler Peppiest . . . Frisbie Shortest . . . Harris Happiest . . . Zelles Glummest . . . Brown Most earnest . . . Marlou? Biggest money merchant . . . Resnek Biggest bull shooter . . . Bauniann Biggest make-out artist Biggest party boy . . . LiPira Foggiest . . . Asadoitrian Biggest goof-off . . . Grobani Biggest " damnyankee " Birney McLaughlin Biggest rebel . . . Tompkins Laziest . . . Grobani Most athletic . . . Crytzer Most prolific . . . Hemphill Hardest worker . . . Kushton Best operator . . . Spurrier Most handsome . . . LiPira Friendliest . . . Levin Biggest hypochrondriac . . . Resnek Biggest hustler . . . Rubelman Most popular . . . Tompkins Most loyal . . . Mehlisch Earliest . . . Kief man -{98 V ' WELL- THAT DEALER DID. SflV I ' D BE THE OnLY DEnTIST in 600 SOJJGRE miLES. " -{99}- Gas — Any elastic asirform fluid in which the molecules are separated from one another and so have free paths. Those skilled in its detection by virtue of prolonged exposure to it are capable of demonstrating its presence following such statements as: We want to see this patient again, again and again. Make it into a full crown, with a facing. Gee whiz, fella. Do it over. Yep, you ' ve exposed it. They ' re fine, but you missed centric. Your culture is positive. Didn ' t you see the demonstration? It gets mighty hot in June, gentlemen. Your starting points look like root canals. -i 100}- -1101}- SENIOR MEMORIES 1. Garry Stephen Collins 2. Lisa Carol Sarubin 3. William Douglas Wolf 4. {Catherine Anne Shamer 5. Michele Marie Haddock 6. Kurt Kevin Wadsworth 7. Ricky Spurrier 8. Laurie Barbara Jacobs 9. Susan Lynn Eggnatz 10. John Reed Kiefman 11. Antonio and Jose Fuentes -S1031- 1. Caryn Michele Starr 2. Anne Louise Rushton 3. Daniel Paul Grobani 4. Joan Marie Micelotti 5. Chris Crytzer 6. Sheryl Ann Lewis 7. Alisa DelTufo 8. Donna Marie Price 9. Beverly Ann, Jonathan and Richard Michael Hemphill 10. Frances Marie Matos -{104}- Senior Directory Asadourian, Ralph R 177 Hanover St., Manchester, N. H. Bauerle, Ronald J 28 Cambridge St., Elmwood 10, Conn. Baumann, Carl M 703 Eighty-Sixth St., Miami Beach, Fla. Benzil, Philip S 4006 Springdale Ave., Baltimore 7, Md. Birney, Thomas H 245 Spalding Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif. Block, Stanley E 5464 Lynview Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Bodo, Joseph P 4019 Kensington Ave., Tampa, Fla. Brager, Stanley S. . . . . -5428 Jonquil Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Brandau, Harry E 344 Arion Park Road, Baltimore 29, Md. Brown, Robert S 108 Osborne Ave., Margate City, N. J. Burton, John P Box 157, Cowen, W. Va. Buttner, Charles W 4429 Post Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla. Capo, Enrique R 9 Villa St.. Ponce, P. R. Chait, Robert E 829 Lake Drive, Miami Springs, Fla. Chambers, Virgil L 706 Eleventh Ave.. Huntington, W. Va. Collins, George E 4514 Manordene Road, Baltimore 29, Md. Crytzer, Martin R 5617 Haddon Ave., Baltimore 7, Mil. DelTufo, Stanley C 67 Stonehouse Road, Bloomfield, N. J. Denison, William C 4302 Parkton St., Baltimore 29, Md. Eggnatz, F. Lee 500 S. Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Fla. Feiler, Melvin 263 N. Clinton St., East Orange, N. J. Ford, Dayton C 217 Knollwood Drive, Charleston, W. Va. Frisbie, Orton D 1212 Ayrshire Drive, Orlando, Fla. Fuentes, Jose A 406 Fernando I St., Hato Rey, P. R. Gannon, John W 9 Murphy St., Piedmont, W. Va. Georgiades, Richard C 2717 Stickney Point Road, Sarasota, Fla. Goren, Robert 4707 Beaufort Ave., Baltimore 15, Mel. Greco, Barbra L 153 Norman Road, Newark 6, N. J. Grobani, Anton 751 Lake Drive, Baltimore 17, Md. Haddock, Fernando 1500 Fernandez Juncos Ave., Santurce, P. R. Haroth, Robert W 3828 The Alameda, Baltimore 18, Md. Harris, Barry R 1002 Navahoe Drive, Silver Spring, Md. Hemphill, Richard M 701 Eleventh St., Moundsville, W. Va. Hoffman, Gerald R 128 Oberlin Road, Hamden, Conn. Hyland, Paul H 8 Beverly Place. Wilmington 3, Del. Hyman, William L. 214 Mendoza Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. Itkin, Allen B 16 MacDonough Place, Middletown, Conn. Jacobs, Lawrence P 10 Augustine Road, Wilmington, Del. Jansen, Alfred H 3205 Batavia Ave., Baltimore 14, Md. Johnson, Robert M 3132 Guilford Ave., Baltimore 18, Md. Kiefman, Paul F 1013 Annandale Road, Falls Church, Va. Killpack, Robert H 5782 S. State St., Murray 7, Utah Klein, Anthony J 17 Cumberland Place, Scotia 2, N. Y. Lecrone, David R. 8 W. Hofl ' cckcr St., Middletown, Del. Leonard, Walter P 7410 N. E. Fifth Ave., Miami 38, Fla. Lessig, John F 10502 114th Ave. North, Largo, Fla. Lewis, Donald P 21 Hyatt Ave., Bradford, Mass. Lewis, Robert F. B 103 W. Broad St., Westerly, R. I. LiPira, Benedict S. 2806 Goodw d Road, Baltimore 14, Md. Long, Garrett 1 531 Coventry Road, Baltimore 29, Md. Lucca, Luis F Asuncion St., Barranquitas, P. R. Luiz, Albert S 63 Scott St.. New Bedford, Mass. McLaughlin, Edward R 69 Waushakum St., Framingham, Mass. Magruder, Lawford E 3306 Orlando Ave., Baltimore 14, Md. Marlow, Clyde D 1766 Harbor Drive, Clearwater, Fla. Matos, Carlos R 56 Dalias St., Mayaguez, P. R. Mehhsch, David F 4410 Glenmore Ave., Baltimore 6, Md. Menton, Raymond D 104 4 Osborne Ave., Baltimore 28, Md. Micelotti, Anthony N 91 Cedar St., Framingham, Mass. Morita, Paul M 865 MacArthur Road, Seabrook, N. J. Moss, Richard W 1598 N. E. 172nd St., Miami 62, Fla. Nadeau, James E Main St., Montague City, Mass. Neilund, William H 5022 Branchville Road, College Park, Md. Nolan. Philip P 5629 Johnnycakc Road, Baltimore 7, Md. Norwood, Ralph F 1175 Bridge Road, Charleston 4, W. Va. O ' Brien, Guy S 1008 Kalmia St., Florence, S. C. Osman, Charles I. . . 178 35 N. E. 9th Place, North Miami Beach, Fla. Parker, Warren A 232 Broad St., Swedesboro, N. J. Perez, Bienvenido 671 East 158th St., New York 56, N. Y. Plassnig, George L 1905 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore 23, Md. Powell, Joseph M P. O. Box 23. Moncks Corner, S. C. Price, Ralph W 1527 Park View St., Falls Church, Va. Rcsnek, Alan S 99 Westbourne Terrace, Brookline, Mass. Richter, Henry E 507 Harvard Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. Rubelman, Peter A 1612 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. Rushton, John S 114 Byrd Road, Fairfax, Va. Santangelo, Robert N 149 N. Main St., Paterson 2, N. J. Sarubin, Lawrence D 4214 Lowell Drive, Baltimore 8, Md. Schaefer, James A IS Menasha Lane, E. Islip, L. I., N. Y. Schneider, Leonard S. 5108 Pembridge Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Schwartz, Howard 230 Highland Ave., Kearny, N. J. Schwartz, Irwin B. 234 Eighteenth Ave., Paterson, N. J. Shamer, David H 4443 Clifton Road, Baltimore 16, Md. Shelton, Charles I Box 785, Williamson, W. Va. Sokalc, Cyril S 14 Ridgeview Drive, West Hartford, Conn. Spinclli, Edward W 57 Madison St., Revere, Mass. Spurrier, Howard S 986 Military Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah Spychalski, John F 2417 Sixth Ave.. Watervliet, N. Y. Starr, Ivan L 126 W. 43rd St., Bayonne, N. J. Starr, Ronald M 5112 Queensberry Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Stewart, Elizabeth L 731 Argonne Drive, Baltimore 18, Md. Tawes, Marvin H. East Main St., Crisfield, Md. Tompkins, Linn S. 219 South Edisto Ave., Columbia, S. C. Trotto, Frank 13 East Monroe St., Bedford, Ohio Wadsworth, Donald H 910 East Shadowlawn Ave., Tampa, Fla. Wampler, James R. 460 S. Mason St., Harrisonburg, Va. Washuta, William J 285 N. W. 32nd St.. Miami, Fla. Watson, David A 188 Oaklee Village. Baltimore 29, Md. Weiss, Louis 5705 Jonquil Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Wolf, William A 211 Buell St., New Britain, Conn. Zelles, Rodger A 36 Tremont St., Irvington, N. J. -{1051- { 106 j- " but sflmmv — vou ' ve GOT TO TAKE IT OFF. " 4- m LONG- LONG — WAIT, -{108}- 1 o o is o c 2 ft w 3 J3 O C .--: CO 0. S c _cu c C o " to ■t T) ■is u g o III 3 l l e -I 109 1- SArcttoga 7-3308 E. J. Koritzer, Proprietor MUlberry 5-2992 " Certified McGrane Processor " I OU CAN HAVE THAT FEELING OF SECURITY IN THE KNOWLEDGE THAT WHATEVER YOUR PROSTHETIC REQUIREMENTS MAY BE, THEY ARE IN EXPERIENCED COMPETENT HANDS AT THE SOUTHERN DENTAL LABORATORY 116 East Preston Street BALTIMORE 2, MARYLAND Over 40 Years ' Technical Experience at Your Service SERVICE DENTAL LABORATORY Certified Ticonium Laboratory Tilon Certified McGrane Laboratory 3528 Frederick Avenue BALTIMORE 29, MARYLAND Wllkins 5-6646 THE STORE WHERE MEN LIKE TO SHOP . . Shop For Your Own Needs . , . Accessories . . . Gifts . . . at HUTZLER ' S HOWARD and SARATOGA •{no] covet 7 DENTAL LABORATORY 853 N. HOWARD ST. MU 5-0950 Branch Laboratory 11305 Elkin St. WHEATON, MD. LO 5-2642 Large enough to serve you well- yet — Small enough to serve you personally {my QUALITY EXPERIENCE SERVICE • ROY H. CASSEL COMPANY, Inc. Dental Laboratories 19 West Chase Street P. O. 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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. DON WATERMAN 33 West 42nd St. New York, N. Y. NEIL B. SWANSON 713 Graisbury Ave, Haddonfield, N.J. W. SCOTT AlBAN 1 16 Sheffield Rood Columbus 1 4, Ohio JACK REINHARDT 244 N. Lincoln Ave. Park R.dge, III. EARL S. KENNEDY 6122 Worth St. Dallas. Texas JOHN A. ADAM 101 Gladeview Way San Francisco, Calif. HARRY E. GOWER 22 little Tree Lane Framingham Center, Moss. DAVID E. PAULEY Route 1, Box 70-R Winter Garden, Flo. BRENDON B. SCULLIN 14302 Delaware Ave. lokewood 7, Ohio CARLTON I. DIlllNGHAA. ' , Box 2 Kitsap. Wash. ATHOL DICKSON 8 I 4 Lockwood Richardson, Texas LOUIS ANDREATTA 1800 Iroquois Ave. Long Beach, Calif. EDWARD C. GLENN, JR. 3189 Pineview Drive Decatur, Georgia DANIEL C. 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We keep up-to-the-minute records of all conceivable statistical data of every possible location for a dental office in our territory. We know what you ' ll need for equipment — we ' ll guide you in your selection for the maximum operating efficiency. " After June . . . what lies ahead? " is not going to be easily solved for you. A thousand and one details must be settled to your complete satisfaction — and that ' s our responsibility to you — an assignment that we ' re happy to take over with just one objec- tive ... to assist you in realizing your ambition to be a successful practitioner of dentistry. {my PANOVISION LIGHT— Just like " sunlight. " It floods the entire mouth with high-intensity, shad- ow-free light. GENERAL VISION LIGHT — Gives soft, over-all light. Used with the PANOVISION Light for restful Balanced Lighting. " OPEN WIDER PtEASE! When you plan your new office, don ' t be handicapped by old-fashioned equipment. Specify a Castle SpeedClave for safe, simple instrument sterilizing and Castle Lighting for eye comfort and efficiency. They will keep pace with your growing practice and you can get them at a surprisingly low cost. See your Castle Dealer or write for Bulletin No. D121. CUuJLl _ LIGHTS STERILIZERS WILMOT CASTLE COMPANY, 1779 E. Henrietta Rd., Rochester, N.Y. NO. 777 SPEEDCLAVE — Ideal for beginning practice. You can set it and forget it. Fastest, simplest portable made. Economical to oper- ate. COMPLIMENTS OF RHEEM MANUFACTURING COMPANY Sparrows Point 19, Maryland -{118}- Sincere Wishes for Success to the Class of 1958 Juutheb . Benton Comjiany (Established 1856) Dental Supplies and Equipment 709 North Howard Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND Serving you has been a pleasure May we continue throughout the coming years? HOWARD R. 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Ritter Park • Rochester 3, New York -{123}- ROONEY Dental Laboratory, Inc. For CONSISTENT SATISFACTION VErnon 7-8033 - 7-8034 857 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore 1, Md. SAratoga 7-4238 L eta m i c JL abetatotn t e t A p 701 Cathedral Street BALTIMORE 1, MD. Certification For Ticonium Laboratory 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 , MD. { teati ve = D e h i a I J., a b et at at u New Location 418 West 29th Street HO 7-5639 With the Compliments of HYNSON, WESTCOTT £ DUNNING • Charles and Chase Streets BALTIMORE, MARYLAND -f 124J- A Few Words About COLUMBIA DENTOFORMS . . . From a humble start 38 years ago, Columbia Dentoforms have played an increasingly important role in dental education. 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