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

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RYL.AND COLLECTIONT " E .TISTRYf DRYLAND ROOM MARYLAND COLLECTION DENTISTRY :7Ae MIRROR 1964 Published by THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIFTH STUDENT BODY of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery DENTAL SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Lawrence A. Fox, Editor Robert A. Mullen, Business Manager PmiJeni of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND DR. WILSON H. ELKINS % of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND JOHN J. SALLEY D.D.S., Ph.D. iAY i cJJ)ecil tl canon GARDNER PATRICK HENRY FOLEY Professor of Dental Literature There are many people to whom we are indebted. We are grateful to them all, for they have so earnestly tried to enable us to reach our goals as dentists. Occasionally and inexcusably, we tend to forget. We forget the person who has tried so hard and done so much to shape us as well as our futures so that we may better serve ourselves, our profession, and the public as well as our patients. As students, we seldom realize or attach proper importance where it is due. As graduating seniors, when the future is almost at hand and tangible, we remember and appreciate. In this spirit, and with a sense of profound gratitude, we dedicate our yearbook to GARDNER P. H. FOLEY 5h J c onorctri f Senior ( tadd - redident WALTER L. OGGESEN After a half-century of service to the public and the profession as dentist and educator, Dr. Walter L. Oggesen is retiring with the Class of ' 64. He is retiring only from active professional participation, cer- tainly not from the minds and hearts of thousands of students he has helped in so many ways. Beneath his harsh exterior lies a person of truly noble and generous character; beneath his biting exterior lies an inherent warmth and fatherly interest in each student; beneath his ribald decorum lies a will- ingness to sacrifice time and effort so that a student may benefit. Gratefully, we say farewell to Dr. Walter L. Oggesen, our Honorary Senior Class President. -!6f I (Luigi Guidotti, c. 1625) in iiemnnam GRAYSON WILBUR GAVER The Class of ' 64 expresses profound sorrow over the loss of Dr. Grayson Gaver, gentleman, dentist, and friend. Solace, in part, can be derived from the fact that he will long be remembered by forty graduating classes of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery for his fatherly look, his friendly advice and air, his soothing voice, and encour- aging pat on the back. In an atmosphere of continuous turbulence of pressure, of fear and anxiety, we recall the man and the department that he so ably shaped and led. We recall the quiet but firm leadership, the gentleman and his manner, and certainly the tremendous store of know ledge and skill that he left us. As a standing memory to this humble yet great individual, each of us can but attempt to live up to his ideals of a noble profession. We are sure this would be his wish. in Gardner Patrick Henry Foley Professor of Dental Literature Edward C. Dobbs Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics E. G. Vanden Bosche Professor of Biochemistry John J. Salley Dean, Professor of Pathology faculty Jul IN Irving White Professor of Physiology Donald E. Shay Professor of Microbiology A William Edward Hahn Professor of Anatomy A y D. Vincent Provenza Professor of Histology and Embryology Charles T. Pridgeon Associate Professor of Oral Medicine Douglas J. Sanders Associate Professor of Pedodontics Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics Brice Marden Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery Joseph Calton Biddix, Jr. Professor of Oral Diagnosis Jose E. Medina Professor of Operative Dentistry M Wilbur Owen Ramsey Professor of Dental Prosthesis in Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Fixed Partial Prothesis uxiiicL ' ii J epSonnel 11 ke Lrror Staff THE fAiREoR. • 964 Editor Lawrence A. Fox Business Manager Robert A. Mullen Senior Editors Albert E. Carlotti Philip H. Pushkin Photography Editors John W. Sargent Victor E. Spiro Cartoon Editor JEFFREY A. HerrmaN Literary Editor Herbert B. Taragin Cover Editor Lawrence A. Fox Contributors Burton M. Finifter Norman R. Ressin Harold Levine Faculty Advisor Gardner P. H. Foley 12f IVIUSEUM miT COL, oP " And there ' s George Washington ' s Dentures, a painting of the First Dental School, and By tePMcw % ' Cut it ! ?! ... But Dean . " Why don ' t they answer MY Light!! (SIGH) " iisy iuV he Senior y ic add President Wayne L. O ' Roark Vice-President JOHN Hackett Secretary Victor Spiro Treasurer Charles M. Rosenberg Student Senate Representatives LuciEN Benoit Charles Toomey Tap-Tap! Tap-Tap! The sounds emanating from the cHnic floor ushered in the senior year. It is a year of self-examination, of scrutiny, of major decisions; this is the essence of the senior year. The chnical requirements were indeed more profuse, diffuse, and at times obtuse (though usually acute) ; but this was expected. The last bridge, the last foil, the last perio chart, the last denture adjustment — these will always remain as nostalgic memories of an era in our lives when we thought things could be no worse while, in truth, things could hardly be better. We look forward to the coming years so full of challenges and decisions, so laden with aspirations and ambitions, so seemingly predetermined with well-conceived plans and ideas. In retrospect, we can only appreciate and be grateful for the past four years and how they have prepared us in our chosen path in life. We remember 1963-1964 as the year of the new dean, the year of the concrete plans for the new school, the year of the new charts, the year of the new prosthetics regime, and the year of the Gold Foil Academy demonstrations. We look back with a small lump In our throats and a trace of mist in our eyes, more from pride and happiness than from the thought of leaving the B.C.D.S. Contrary to what most students will say, we are and always will remain grateful to the faculty, the personnel, and the numerous other people who guided us through school and helped us to at- tain our goal — dentistry. {l5h f964 Charles Bernard Abelson Chuck Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Gives direct lip anesthesia . . . Replaces own amalgams . . . Uses nose bleeds to get out of lectures . . . Swears he has a 94 average in Pedo, but won ' t bet on it , . . Future — Oral Surgery internship, Cornell Medical Center, New York. Fred Norton Ansel Fred Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Nebish . . . Takes 2 hours for lunch . . . Goes home at 3:00 . . . Simon ' s shadow . . . Sleeps 26 out of 24 hours . . . Started senior requirements in January ' 64 . . . Future — U. S. Army. Paul Vincent Beauvais Paul Taunton, Massachusetts . . . Saint Francis College, B.S. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Top banana . . . " Let ' s go to the track today. " . . . " What do you think about those Red Sox, Dr. Warner? " . . . Carlotti ' s deputy . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s. eniord iiey LuciEN Ernest Benoit Lou Woonsocket, Rhode Island . . . Providence College . . . Gorgas . . . Student Senate Representative 4 . . . Single . . . Touie . . . Personal advisor to Brice and Golden . . . Eastern Shore gains a new red headed French dentist . . . Brings venison steak for lunch . . . Dr. Clement ' s right-hand man . . . Future — military service. Donald Lee Bloum Don Takoma Park, Maryland . . . Columbia Union College, B.A. . . . U. S. Army 1958-60 . . . U. S. Navy Reserves I960 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Handsman . . . " That ' s not how we did it back at Aberdeen. " . . . " I ' m always right. " . . . Could fin d something wrong with Dr. Nuttall ' s work . . . Future — U. S. Navy. William Langton Brice Mesial Towson, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . " It ' s either me or that cat. " . . . 10-4 . . . " ' What ' s Chicago like in July? " . . . Shared venison stock with Lou . . . Tried to keep up with Bloum, Benoit and Carlotti . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Albert Edward Carlotti, Jr. Al ■Warwick, Rhode Island . . . University of Rhode Island, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 4) . . . Gorgas . . . MiRROR (Senior Co-editor 4) . . . Married . . . " It ' s the White Tornado " . . . Handsman . . . Dr. Sanders ' lab man . . . Finished requirements in February . . . Dr. Salvo ' s pseudo- intern . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship, Rhode Island Hospital. 1964 17}- Edgar Harold Chambers Hal Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (House Manager 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Bowling 4 . . . Single . . . Good dancer . . . Flies to Florida for a dollar . . . Carlotti keeps him supplied with patients . . . Pretty boy ' s past roommate . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Stephen Robert Cognata Rocky North Hollywood, California . . . University of California . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . U. S. Marine Corps 1956-60 . . . Single . . . Dr. Giardina ' s favorite student . . . Uses amalgam temporaries . . . Found voice at Skit Night, now we can ' t shut him up . . . Future — private practice. William Clise Colwell Bill Ocean Shores, Washington . . . Washington State University, B. S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Willie . . . Major — bridge and sports . . . 8:00 ' s are bad . . . President of the Bridge Four . . . Future — military service. Joseph Louis Corey ]oe Mount Hope, West Virginia . . . West Virginia University, A.B. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Nice guy . . . Thyroid Joe . . . Gets 96 ' s on Operative exams without trying . . . " Have you heard any good jokes lately? " . . . Future — military service. s. eniord aey Ronald Dalin Ron Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Member of Bridge Four . . . Has private chauffeur . . . Completed Crown and Bridge on one patient with help of entire depart- ment . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Glenn Boyd Dickerson Glen Lexington, South Carolina . . . University of South Carolina . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Wild trumpeter . . . Works 60-hour weeks . . . Quiet guy . . . Future — internship, Mercy Hospital, Baltimore. Charles Edward Doll, Jr. Chick Binghamton, New York . . . Saint Bonaventure University, B.S. . . . Basketball 1, 3, 4 . . . Football 3 . . • Married . . . Four children . . . Vice-President of the Bridge Four . . . Took twelve months to do 2 anterior crowns . . . Future — private practice. Robert Lore Early Heavy Earl Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. ... Psi Married . . . Lard . . . Keeps Emerson from getting too gassed Thule, Greenland . . . Beat Foulke at pool regularly . . . Good bowler Future — U. S. Air Force. Omega 964 -119}- m Edward Robert Emerson Waldo HyattsviUe, Maryland . . . Washington College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . One child . . . Gas man . . . Uses spittoon in locker section . . . Tries to conceal just how hard he really works . . . Future — U. S. Air Force internship. Barry Elliott Feldman Barry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Mr. Mouth . . . Setting up practice in Greenwich Village . . . Segovia of Dental School . . . Future — private practice. Burton Morton Finifter Burt Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror 4 . . . Single . . . Short Mort . . . Left-handed wonder . . . Uses family for points . . . Very elite car pool — one man . . . Future — U. S. Army. Robert Paul Fogarty Bob Salt Lake City, Utah . . . University of Utah ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . U. S. Navy 1952-56 . . . Married . . . Four children . . . Almost grew a mustache . . . Another baby, Fogarty. ' . . . Dr. Shay ' s worker . . . Enjoyed Public Health physical so much, he took it 5 times . . . Future — prix ' ate practice. s. eniorJ :2o). Clark Neamond Foulke Clark Hyattsville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . U. S. Air Force National Guard 1958-63 . . . Married . . . Twj children . . . Supplied Fogarty with lifesavers and paper for 4 years . . . Leader of the squad . . . Question man . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Lawrence A. Fox Larry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror Editor . . . Married . . . One child . . . Opens school to let the janitors in . . . Good Humor man . . . More equipment than the dental dealers . . . Characterized dentures . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Francis Leon Fraser Frank Helena, Montana . . . Carroll College, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi (President 4) . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . Interfraternity Council (Vice-President 4) . . . Class Secretary 3 ■ • . U. S. Navy 1955-57 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Liked by all . . . " Dies " . . . Wire bender . . . Never excited . . . Pedo dentures . . . Future — U. S. Public Health internship. Richard Anthony Gaudio Gauch North Haven, Connecticut 4) . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Single . . . . Clear and dynamic enunciator . Providence College Xi Psi Phi (Guard Giglictti ' s dentist ... 8:00 sleeper Future — U. S. Air Force. 1964 -(211- John Charles Gigliotti ]ohn Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Loves raw oysters . . . " The Colts never play lousy! " . . . Could twist all night . . . Mr. New Nose . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Gary Kenneth Gold Gary Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror 4 . . . Student Senate Representative 1 . . . Married . . . Reviews cowboy movies with Golden . . . Practices judo on Goldbach . . . Always happy . . . Plays cowboys with Pedo patients . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Ira Norman Goldbach Ira Coral Gables, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Calm, easy-going manner . . . Gold ' s sidekick . . . Judo expert . . . Likes surgery . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Rodney Frank Golden Rod Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Basketball 3 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Married . . . Sleeps 8:00-10:00 a.m. . . . Well informed . . . Never fast but always finishes . . . Likes to argue . . . Hates himself . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s. eniors 22 Leroy Goren Lee Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Secretary 3, Vice-President 4) . . . Married . . . One child . . . Lucky Leroy . . . Slow, deliberate and determined . . . Kolker ' s buddy . . . Future — private practice. CONSTANTINOS XeNOPHON GoVEDAROS Dean Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . The Greek . . Clear, concise questions . . . Early for lectures . . . Hey, gotta cigarette? ' . . . Franklin Square lab man . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Edward George Patrick Grace, Jr. Ed Mamaroneck, New York . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice-President 4) . . . Basketball 3, 4 . . . Single ... An Irishman, through and through . . . Specializes in inlays . . . Govedaros ' s interpreter . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Marian Carter Greear, Jr. Carter Orlando, Florida . . . University of Florida ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Plans to become an Admiral in the NaN ' y . . . Shows brother short cuts in dentistry . . . Avid bowler . . . Cultures everything in sight at University Hospital . . . Future — U. S. Navy. 1964 23). ..J,J J«,, Stephen Michael Grussmark Steve Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Florida, A. A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Sharpest car at BCDS . . . Loved dissecting in anatomy lab . . . Going to be a wire bender . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Dennis Wright Guard Denny Catonsville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . The quiet man . . . Very neat . . . Takes illustrations during lectures . . . Loves 8:00 lectures . . . Future — U. S. Army. Thomas Kenneth Guglielmo, Jr. Gi g Passaic, New Jersey . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Student Senate Representative 2, 3; Vice-President 4 . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Loved Biochemistry . . . Puts safety belt on to park his car . . . Likes to bet Greear on football . . . Not one single cold in senior year . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. John Patrick Hackett Spas Xi Woodstown, New Jersey . . . Bucknell University . Gorgas . . . Class Secretary 1, 2; Vice-President 3, 4 . . 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Checked off anything in operative . lost without him . . . Face turns fire-engine red . . . Spastic U. S. Air Force. Psi Phi . . . Basketball 2, . Petersen is . . Future — s. eniord 24l. Paul Ronald Hall Paul Paintsville, Kentucky . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . U. S. Army 1958-59 . . . Married . . . The machine . . . Kentucky gentleman . . . Spent only one night, all night, studying for all exams . . . Future — U. S. Army. Joseph Gold Handelman ]oe Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Great orator . . . Pipes . . . Monster maker . . . " Who needs a car, I ' ve got a boat. " . . . Lost the great MOD . . . Knows Black ' s steps cold . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Alan Howard Hart Alan Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Last of the great car poolers . . . " I ' ll hex it. " . . . Handelman ' s pal . . . Never touched cadaver . . . 5th largest fee . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Frederick Guy Herrick Fred Middlesex, New Jersey . . . Bates College, B.S. . . . Single . . . " I ' m gassed again, Herrman. " " It ' s in my brief case. " . . . Makes own root canils . . . Read all text books twice . . . Operative researcher . . . Future — military service. J964 •{25f Jeffrey Alan Herrman M Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror 3, 4 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Great artist . . . " Can I borrow your Nuttall, Herrick? " . . . Perpetual smile . . . " Lend me a dime. " . . . Will catch Carlotti or die trying . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. Robert William Hilkene Bob Belleville, New Jersey . . . Fairleigh Dickinson University . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . " Ye ah! Yeah! " . . . Himelfarb ' s buddy . . . Nice guy . . . Fast and sloppy . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Lawrence Edwards Himelfarb Farb Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Pennsylvania, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Single . . . Took tire-changing course . . . Socio- logical dentist . . . Speedy operator . . . Will need a toupee for graduation . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. Joseph Hinich, Jr. Jo ' e Salt Lake City, Utah . . . Utah State University . . . U. S. Army 1954-55 . . . Basketball 2, 3 . . . Married . . . Talks politics . . . Thinks Ford is only car built . . . Good dresser . . . The Governor from Utah . . .G ets shaves in barber shops . . . Future — private practice. s. eniofd i26Y Maxwell Patrick Hogan Fat Hudson Falls, New York . . . Niagara University . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Mirror Business Manager 3 . . . U. S. Army 1955-57 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Gentleman farmer . . . Spends weekends camping . . . Interest in Ford Motor Company — Parts Department . . . Sparkling per- sonality . . . Quit smoking his . . . Future — internship, New York Memorial Hospital, New York. John Roedel Jaeger, Jr. Rody Baltimore, Maryland . . . Dickinson College, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2 . . . Married . . . Coolbreeze . . . Was never absent or late for class until his senior year . . . Good soccer player . . . Gets a permanent every week . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Ronald James Jonas Ron Puyallup, Washington . . . Washington State University, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gramps . . . His motto " Always be prepared " . . . Quiet and sincere . . . One of the nice guys . . . Future — military service. John Joseph Jordan Pittston, Pennsylvania . . . University of Scranton, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas (Vice-President 3) . . . Married . . . Mr. Diastema . . . Taught Histology to clinic instructors . . . Still tries to see ameloblasts in cavity preparations . . . The Turtle . . . Future — U. S. Army. 1964 ii ■-• .- rv ■ Clifford Harold Jue cutf Berkeley, California . . . University of California . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Single . . . Never took notes . . . Worried he ' d never make it . . . Slept on Jordan ' s shoulder . . . Future — military service. Richard Bennett Kirk Dh-k Livingston, New Jersey . . . Baldwin- Wallace College, B.S. . . . U. S. Army Reserve 1961 . . . Single . . . Quiet man . . . Always kept to himself . . . Deserved medal for spending 4 years between Klair and Jue . . . Future — U. S. Army. Albert Hiram Klair, Jr. Skip Towson, Maryland . . . Washington College, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Relaxed and tense at same time . . . Made a good living at Union Memorial . . . Never guilty of taking things too seriously . . . Always lost pool to Pushkin . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Stanley Louis Kolker S an Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Treasurer 2) . . . Single . . . " Did you ever see one of my shiny amalgams. ' " . . . Leroy ' s buddy . . . Future — U. S. Army. s. eniord ■|28h Neil Woodrow Lamb Nkk Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Sergeant-at-arms 3) • • . Gorgas . . . Basketball 2 . . . Bawling 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Goat . . . Likes cocktail parties before dances . . . Future — U. S. Navy internship. Harold Bernard Levine Hdl Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega (President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Interfraternity Council (Secretary 4) . . . Bowling 4 . . . Single . . . Has something in common with Jimmy Durante . . . Florida ' s gift to BCDS . . . Never wore a gray sweater . . . Good operator at St Joseph ' s Hospital . . . Future — internship, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. Malcolm Lawrence McInnis Mac Dighton, Massachusetts . . . Providence College . . . Student Senate (Rep- resentative 2, 3; President 4) . . . Newman Club 2 . . , Married . . . One child . . . Conscientious . . . Good laugher . . . Dr. Medina ' s sounding board . . . Future — military service. Donald Lee Maloof McG»rk Hyattsville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . U. S. Army 1957 . . . Single . . . Keeps Nemo in line . . . Bridge (cards) champ of Balti- more Campus . . . Competes with Jordan for widest diastrma . . . Takes notes on Mickey Mouse pad . . . Normal attire — coat and tie . . . Future — private practice. .Jk-- ' 964 -|29h Franklin Eugene May Gene Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Dedicated student . . . One of Women ' s Hospital ' s regular six ... His own prosthodontist . . . Future — private practice in Pensacola, Florida. Ian Bertram Miller Little Buddy Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror 3 . . . Single . . stoic expression in class . . . 3 -unit bridge to loan me? " Surgery internship. Gained fame as an orator . . . Had the most ' Could you believe that? " . . . " Who ' s got a . . One-man car pool . , . Future — Oral Walter Merrill Miller Big Buddy Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Class projectionist . . . Finds smiling his easiest chore . . . Loved to get 4-hour appointments from Dr. Medina . . . Never repeated a rubber base . . . Future — U. S. Army. David Lawrence Mincey Dave Charlotte, North Carolina . . . University of North Carolina, A.B. . . . Psi Omega (Sergeant-at-arms 4) . . . Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Dines with the dean . . . Rather quiet . . . Southern gentleman . . . Assistant projectionist . . . Knows everyone of importance . . . Turns bright red . . . Future — military service. s. eniorJ i oy Richard Stephen Nemes Nemo Silver Spring, Maryland . . . Montgomery Junior College . . . U. S. Marines 1954-1957 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Has more equip- ment than anyone else — everyone else ' s . . . " I ' d rather not talk about Korea. " . . . Pure speed . . . Washington commuter . . . " Hey, Nitz, do you have a pencil? " ... Future — private practice. Robert Preston Nitzell Nitz Hagerstown, Maryland . . . The Johns Hopkins University, A.B. . . . Psi Omega (Chaplain 4) . . . Gorgas (Secretary 4) . . . Single . . . Makes rubber gloves out of rubber base ... 1 2 hour preparations, 31 2 hours temporaries . . . Everyone ' s buddy . . . " Say, O ' Roark, how do you do anything? " . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Wayne Lance O ' Roark General Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror 1, 2, 3 . . . Student Senate 1, 3, 4 . . . Class Vice- President 2 . . . Class President 3, 4 . . . Faculty-Student Skit Night (Chairman, and Master of Ceremonies 3, Advisor 4) . . . Associate of S.C.A.D.A. (Student Clinicians — American Dental Association) 4 . . . Softball 1, 2 . . . Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Should have gone into Big Business . . . Lectures during Pharmacology llectures . . . Always in the thick of things . . . Hard worker . . . Has running battle with Carlotti . . . Always has gimmick to make money for the class . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service internship. Albert Louis Ousborne, Jr. Oz Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Single . . . Terrific piano player . . . Notes look like they were published . . . Speaks strange language with Klair . . . Made new car by changing the chrome on last year ' s model . . . Future — military service. J964 mil -{31h J ■ ' fe ' Robert Pete Padousis The Golden Greek Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Chief Inquisitor 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Single . . . Practices on the night shift . . . Memorizes lectures directly in class . . . L ' kes to argue in court . . . Excellent water-skiing driver . . . Always has patients ' charts with him . . . Future — military service. Charles Bernard Parr, Jr. B;ick Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Table tennis 2, 3 . . . Married . . . Quiet . . . Ping ponger . . . Still hasn ' t beat Gutman . . . Great sleeper . . . Can ' t play without his glasses . . . Future — U. S. Army. John Fairfax Patterson IP Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega (Vice-President 3, President 4) . . . Student Senate 1, 2 . . . Class Presi- dent 1, 2 . . . Softball 1 . . . Bowling 2 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . " I ' ll still be single when you ' re an old man " . . . Has no prejudices . . . Very dry humor . . . Never excited . . . Mr. Sarcastic . . . Good golfer . . . Likes to cook . . . Future — military service. Lance David Petersen Midget Rockville, Maryland . . . Montgomery Junior College ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Sergeant-at-arms 4) . . . Bowling 4 . . . Softball 1, 2 . . . Single . . . Undercover agent in ZIP house . . . Missed 300 game by 227 pins . . . Very popular . . . Athletic . . . " California here I come " — only made Colorado . . . Seems to be outgrowing his hair . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s. eniors H32K Stanley Martin Plies Marty Baltimore, Maryland . . . Baltimore Junior College, A. A. . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Baskttball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Martin Q. Pliers . . . Five-star basketball player . . . Sleep king . . . Gas ball : 1 . . . Neatest notes in class . . . Good op erator . . . Culture king . . . Future — U. S. Air Force internship. Ernest Alfred Ponce Em San Bernardino, California . . . San Bernardino Valley College ... Psi Omega . . . U. S. Navy 1952-56 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . Softball 1, 2, 3 . . . Married . . . Fastest hands in the West . . . Dr. Smith ' s lab man . . . Frustrated engineer . . . Your dentures will be ready in 5 hours, sir . . . Can ' t wait to get back to California to hang out his own neon sign . . . Future — private practice. Norman Henry Proulx Nonn Manchester, New Hampshire . . . Saint Anselm ' s College, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror 3 . . . Newman Club 1, 2 . . . Basketball 2, 3 . . . Single . . . " Proulix " . . . Almost got entire row thrown out of operative lecturer . . . Started to curse in 4th year . . . Does everything slowly, but excellently . . . One of Dr. Sanders ' lab men . . . Future — internship. Philip Howard Pushkin Push Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega (Vice-President 3) . . . Mirror (Senior Co-editor 4) . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Led class in rubber dam points . . . Car pool organizer . . . Made more announcements than O ' Roark . . . Positive culture king . . . Future — U. S. Army. 7964 33 K Irving Jacob Raksin Raks Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Sergeant-at-arms 4) . . . Basketball 2, 3 . . . Single . . . " But Dr. Pridgeon — I got a haircut yesterday. " . . . Peter-Irv-and Mary . . . ' 64 Beatnik . . . Never took notes . . . Got through Dental School on pharmacy background . . . Slept on Pushkin ' s shoulder . . . Got mumps at 23 . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. Norman Robert Ressin Ress Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Gorgas . . . MiRROR 4 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Bas- ketball 3 . . . Married . . . Senior perio specialist . . . Sleeps through lectures . . . Never panics . . . Pulpal pin holes . . . Let " Big " Buddy toast his lunch in 1300° oven . . . Park Heights car pool . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Charles Milton Rosenberg Rosey Atlanta, Georgia . . . Emory University, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega (Secretary 3, 4) . . . Gorgas (Historian 4) . . . Class treasurer 4 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Bowling 2, 3 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Cleanest lab gowns . . . Chronically graying hair . . . Never cut an 8:00 lecture . . . Kept Ressin awake . . . Never talked sports . . . Georgia Belle of ' 64 . . . Future — U. S. Navy. John Nicholas Russo, Jr. Nick Wilmington, Delaware . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . X Psi Phi . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . One child . . . Articulates casts upside down . . . Likes Larry S. . . Dr. Gaver ' s buddy . . . Specializes in central crowns and inlays . . " Meet ya at Unitas ' s at 9:30 " . . . Academic reformer in senior year . . Future — military service. s. eniord -{341. John Winthrop Sargent Surge North Plainfield, New Jersey . . . University of Florida, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror (Photographer 3, 4) ... Married . . . One child . . . 1,000 points in cast gold . . . Prepares Class V ' s in rat teeth . . . Slow talker . . . Quiet . . . Takes car apart in backyard. . . . Future — U. S. Army. John Reno Savoia Jack Ludlow, Massassachusetts . . . Springfield College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Pledge Master 2, Secretary 3) • . . Class Vice-President 1 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Single . . . Touch . . . City Hospitals Vampire . . . Divorced from Wycall in junior year . . . Can laugh off anything and everything . . . Future — U. S. Army. James Lawrence Schatz Larry Catonsville, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Sergeant- at-arms 3, Secretary 4) . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Basketball 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Can only whistle " Waltzing Matilda " . . . Member of millrace crew . . . ZIP party regular . . . Russo ' s partner . . . Great " Hose " mimic . . . " Summer sure is nice in California " . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Thomas Anthony Simes To?n Cincinnati, Ohio . . . University of Cincinnati, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Sentinel 4) . . . U. S. Army 1954-56 . . . Married . . . Four children . . . Operates with gauze thumb . . . Raises own pedo patients . . . President of Fathers ' Club . . . The ageless wonder ... A funny guy . . . Future — military service. 1964 35 Harvey Frank Simon Bo :es Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . The nail clipper of lecture room . . . Has all the old tests — including " First Aid " . . . Never touched the cadaver . . . Class agitator . . . Oldest car in senior year . . . Ansel ' s shadow . . . Future — U. S. Army. Douglas Graham Spink, Jr. Bear North Adams, Massachizsetts . . . Seton Hall University, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Newman Club . . . Married . . . Regular at Ruth ' s . . . " Hey, Vic, let me see your notes. " . . . Laundry king at Student Union before mar- riage . . . Randy the Rambler didn ' t make it . . . Tried converting Spiro, Swain and Taragin . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Victor Elliot Spiro Vic Stoughton, Massachusetts . . . Boston University, B.A. . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Vice-President 3, President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror (photog- rapher 4) . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Interfraternity Council (President 4) . . . Class Secretary 4 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Powerful voice . . . Refuses to conform to Baltimore ways . . . Almost quit school to become a caterer . . . " Sunglasses and toothpicks " . . . Hasn ' t changed in 4 years . . . Nothing bothers him . . . Future — U .S. Air Force. Albert Haywood Swain Berl Farmingdale, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Two children . . . " Herb is right 99 of the time. " . . . You can take the boy out of the country, but not the country out of the boy . . . Life ' s ambition — drive in the Daytona " 500 " . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s. eniorS ■I36h Herbert Barry Taragin Bear Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . Softball 1, 2, 3 . . . Single . . . Asked more questions than White . . . Wants to be a surgeon . . . Likes working with kids . . . Good basketball player . . . Wears clinic gowns to lecturers . . . Future — U. S. Army internship. Jerome Bernard Taragin Jerry Washington, D. C. . . . Georgetown University . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Says he never studies . . . Quiet boy . . . Rotated cuspids excited the Prosthetics Department . . . One of the carriers in the operative perio epidemic . . . Pushed the blame off on his cousin . . . Future — military service. Clinton Dee Taylor Clint Salt Lake City, Utah . . . University of Utah, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . U. S. Army 1956-58 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Veep of the bald men ' s club . . . Ansel beat him out for President . . . Refuses to be insulted on his own time . . . Says he doesn ' t study — he doesn ' t . . . Dissected 6 cadavers, to stay in practice . . . Missed all the lectures he couldn ' t sleep through . . . Class character . . . Quite restless in class . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. Merwin Armel Todd III Todd Tampa, Florida . . . Duke University, A.B. ... Psi Omega . . . Single . . . Basketball fiend . . . Wrote an outstanding ethics paper . . . Was " frying panned " . . . President of the back row slumber society . . . Missed alternate lectures with Taylor . . . Lost 3 sets of instruments and equipment in four years . . . Future — U. S. Navy. 964 i37y Charles Edward Toomey III Charley Elkridge, Maryland . . . Washington and Lee University, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Student Senate Representative 4 . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child .. . . Gentleman . . . Diastema runs in the family . . . Bought football helmets from Veith . . . Carried brief case for 4 years — What was inside ? . . . Smelled like sauerkraut . . . Wicked man at counting B Section . . . Future — Orthodontics. Warren Kenneth Veith Beef Wildwood, New Jersey . . . Ohio State University, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . U. S. Army . . . Married . . . Still won ' t accept fact that Cincinnati beat O.S.U. in basketball . . . Greatest one-man audience in the class . . . Car ' ed football helmets . . . Communicated with frogs in Pharmacology lab . . . Strange looking haircuts . . . Future — private practice in Phila- delphia. Thomas Francis Walsh Totn Long Island, New York . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . .■ Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Spends more time bab y sitting than he does at school . . . Good with his hands, but can ' t change diapers . . . Helped Wershba in Bact. . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Ronald Stanley Wershba Wersh Brooklyn, New York . . . Long Island University, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Chaplain 4) . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Very good with amalgam . . . Only man to do foils with somebody else ' s triangular bars . . . Only man to ever post-dam a lower denture . . . Future — internship. s. eniorS -!38f. David L. White, Jr. Dave Piedmont, California . . . University of California, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Editor 3, 4) . . . Gorgas . . . U. S. Marines 1958-60 . . . Married . . . " Who wants kids, I ' ve got Christopher " . . . Orator . . . Constantly gassed . . . Rode to school with almost every instructor . . . Dr. Kihn ' s boy . . . Carlotti of " B " section . . . Had Salmonella for lunch . . . Mayor of St. Paul St. . . . Future — U. S. Army. Theodore Toms Wycall Ted Chatham, New Jersey . . . Florida Southern College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . One child . . . Best driver in school . . . Spent summer in bridal suite in Ocean City . . . Future — internship U. S. Army. John Paroy Youngman Heiiney St. Petersburg, Florida ... St. Petersburg Junior College, A. A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . U. S. Air Force 1954-57 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Eats lunch in aisle of Student Union . . . Wears glasses only during lunch time . . . Spent all night with plumber fixing basement leaks . . . Future — private practice. 1964 -!39f he (, eniord 1. You ' re the greatest! You ' re the King. 2. Gee, Dr. Dosh, that ' s a heck of a way to trim your nails. 3. That ' ll teach you to open your mouth again, White. 4. Listen, Henny, you ' ll have to check it out with Larry and Nick first. 5. Diagnosis has a movie star for assignment. 6. Fellas, my foil wasn ' t that bad, was it? Come on. •(401. he e eniord 1. Listen, Frank, why don ' t you pick on somebody else for a while? 2. What was that area code to California? 3. Where did that Raksin get to? -1. If soft soap were electricity, we ' d both be powerhouses. 5. Tell Warner he ' ll have to come get his own soup. 6. That ' s the last time I ' ll let Veltre get near me. 41!. Jhe en lord 1. They call it " that good old mountain dew. " 2. The gold from your hands is showing through your head, doctor. 3. AO exchange party. 4. C ' mon, Rod, let ' s do that Mexican hat dance again. 5. Maybe if I close my eyes, he won ' t start on anything today. 6. Let ' s see, that ' ll be $1.00 for the belt, $1.00 for the saliva ejector, and $3.00 for the air-water hose. H2)- il-r 1 Si - First Roiv: Foulke, Feldman, Beauvais, Herrman, Handelman, Fox, Finifter, Govedaros, Chambers, Fraser, Hogan, Early. Second Row: Fogarty, Abelson, Hinich, Gaudio, Guglielmo, Hilkene,Grussmark, Hall, Jaeger, Goldbach, Gold, Himelfarb, Emerson, Goren. Third Roir: Hackett, Greear, Jonas, Brice, Ansel, Golden, Benoit, Colwell, Cognata, Carlotti, Bloum, Corey, Hart. jne taJm mf (Jms First Row: Taragin, J., Simon, Raksin, Rosenberg, ProuK " , Pushkin, Levine, Nitzell, Kolker, May, White, Savoia. Second Row: Swain, Ressin, Spink, Wycall, Jordan, Walsh, Russo, Patterson, Schatz, Taragin, H., Kirk, Taylor, Klair, Lamb, Petersen, Wershba, Mincey. Third Row: Herrick, Sargent, Veith, Nemes, Maloof, Todd, Spiro, Toomey, Ponce, Miller, I., Miller, W., Simes, Mclnnis, Padousis, Plies, Parr, Ousborne. - ||.tT " t j!ie unm C ass President Robert Carey Vice-President George Dent Secretary Charles A. Gagne Treasurer John Golski Student Senate Representatives Martin Chaput Joseph Mazikas The Class of 1965 looked toward its Junior Year as the " real " beginning of our careers in dentistry. How wrong we were about the " real " beginning! For we soon learned that without the proper preclinical years we would never have been able to master any of the techniques we used as Juniors. September found us struggling to place rubber dams. We then encountered our first live patient. Scaling, root canal therapy, scaling, pedodontics, scaling, operative, scaling, crown and bridge, scaling and prosthetics was our schedule for the school year. Diagnosis, Surgery and Roentgenology assignments brought us in contact with many varied patient personalities. Some- how, somewhere, we found time to study for exams and national boards. Christmas came and passed too quickly. February had mandibular and zygomatic injec- tions in store for us. With the advent of warmer weather we began to panic; for it seemed an utter impossibility that we could finish our requirements. We " embryonic " dentists kept plug- ging, drilling and scaling until, as if by a miracle, we completed our requirements. Full of con- fidence, we now look forward to the Senior year, with all the experiences and trials which it promises. ■{44 1- 9 f l tl dv 9. • t «r F »-.r RoK ' .- Becker, Hart, Greenberg, Friedman, Girard, Efrom, Barclay, Earnhart, Carey, Curcio, Freiler, Estes, Gutman. Second Row; Feldman, Freeman, Dent, Dorfman, Dougherty, Chaput, Geating, Hawse, Granek, Gagne, Broth, Bloom, Bradley, Donald- son, Boissoneault, Berman. Third Row: lacono, Eldridge, Graham, Golski, Forno, Frensilli, Batrera, Arias, Goodman, Hanswirth, Chasko, Ferris, Helfert, Greene, Gallagher, Freedman. Jhe Ak uniord First Row: Wisman, Katz, Rudewicz, Kallins, Josephson, Oles, Nachman, Lofland, Schwab, RafF, Sebastian. Second Row: Knoche, Vessel, MacBride, Leyko, Lewis, Mullen, Klechak, Schuckman, Yampolsky, Rosenfeld, Martin, Kaufman, H. B. Third Roir: Zugay, Stag, Kaufman, W. E., Wolk, Wibby, White, Stewart, Smith, Rayne, Meltzer. J he Aunl uniord 1. I ' d rather fight than switch. 2. Who says the alcohol is only for lamps. 3. I ' ll just tell them my clinic coats are in the laundry. 4. I just made my M9-(80)-2-6-7-3-9-3 L into a D 3-9-3-7-6-2- (80) -9R with one slice. 5. Who goosed me? 6. Who me. ' ' — exophthalmic ' -{46}- J he Aunh uniord 1. C ' mon with that condenser already! 2. Oh boy, just 10 more stamps and my book is filled. 3. Well, Dr. Shay said we could grow potatoes in it. 4. I hope this is big enough to attract them. 5. Oops, sorry sir. 6. That ' s a cute little toof. -{47 ' t .MJ , Ai WP First Row: Klein, J. L., Iddings, Goldman, Johnson, T. M., Hall, Garlitz, Bronstein. Second Row: Gross, Bianca, Braves, Hirschberg, DiSabatino, DeLuca, Esquire, Fruchter, Kauffnian, Dehey, Hazelton, Casey, Gaffney. Third Row: Herman, Feinstein, Eanes, BranofF, Baar, Johnson, D. R., BatUe, Heim, Green, J. P., Graziano, Couture, Coletti, Green, J. C. Fourth Roiv: Abel, Blunt, Klein, S. H., Gandel, Becker, Broadrup, Borden, Baylin, Dworkin, Conaty, Bochenko, Bellanca, Foley, Farrall. Jhe S opk r lomored First Row: Vozzella, Parker, Rabinowitz, Romeo, Richmond, Razzano, Overbeck, Koch, Zaller, Markin, Rosenberg. Second Row: McCambridge, Lerner, Krongard, Rothstein, Rosemm, Kline, Palubis, Rose, Levin, Kushner, Stellabotte, Sarubin, Vanden Bosche. Third Row: Neal, Makoc, Schwenk, Pick, Sollazzo, Spedden, Schoeb, Williams, Merolla, Lucey, Lowrie, Widlak, Thome, Serwatka. Fourth Row: Ragland, Noonan, Winsper, Magarian, Selznick, Wien, Wagner, Reichart, Rogers, Rawlins, Schiff, Paulk, Phillips. r .V. ' ! J ' TTIT! ' .w m ' w Zke Sophomore Class President Alan Dworkin Vice-President Mario Di Sabatino Secretary Jurate Palubis Treasurer Raoul Vanden Bosche Student Senate Representatives Thomas Conaty Jim Wagner No longer at the bottom of the totem pole — to coin a trite expression — we returned to school last fall, confident that we mxist know almost everything. If this feeling prevailed up to the first round of tests, it was dropped abruptly soon after. Watching the freshmen march off to Anatomy lab with their Woodbournes, we realized that we had left behind an important phase of our professional training. There was little time for reflection though, as Microbiology, Physiology, Pathology, not to mention all of the tech- nique laboratories, claimed much of our time and energy. It is said that all behavior is purposeful and everything at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery has, if you find time to search long enough, a purpose. We found that the increase in academic and lab situations came between the cohesiveness of our class organization and more emphasis was placed on section function. Our loyalties were now divided, but the unity of our class remained unbroken. It is with great anticipation and perhaps unwarranted apprehension that we look forward to our clinical years. As this year comes to a resounding close, we find that we are one step higher — looking into the future with hope; looking back on the past with sighs. As the year drew to a close, we became juniors and wondered whether the graduates in reality did not envy us for our student status. -{49 J he Sophomores 1. What ' cha mean, you only help broads? 2. Do little — stand still — and know nothing. 3. C ' mon Van, let ' s put our heads together. 4. OK, who called him Ringo? 5. Oh my God ! How can I tell him that ' s my operative endoform. 6. Same to you. Champ. 4 50f he opk o mo pes 1. OK, youse guys, dis is how it ' s done. 2. Gosh, I hope I don ' t get a run in my hose. 3. Who needs hands with a mouth like mine? 4. 1,000 pictures are worth one word. 5. Get em in! 6. Thay fellas, who wants the ne.xt dance? ■{511- i First Roir: Heffner, Halpern, Gold, Fox, Bernsohn, Archambault, Cancellieri, Lawson, Gibson, Donahue, Faniola. Second Row: Altmann, Fader, Belvin, Bukzin, Greear, Dunigin, Bergstresser, Gill, Abrams, Brand, Behan, Collins, Clausen. Third Row: Doherty, Einhorn, Hutton, Kramer, Chyzus, Cappello, Brownstein, Fielding, Gillis, Brown, Bussey, Easmann, Davis. Fourth Row: Holston, Curcio, Commette, Houck, Kephart, Fine, Kaiser, Hurley, Kapral, Giordano, Dashiell, D Vries, DeRussy. (J e mlimm C ms First Row: Wands, Rosenberg, M. N., Pierce, Rupprecht, Schoppert, Starling, Marchand, Sheehe, Rindley. Second Row: McCarthy, Steinberg, Nickel, Mendelson, Nicholson, Mellion, Marcy, Snyder, Roller, Moore, Mclnnes, McConnell, Teschner. Third Row: Rabin, Rosenberg, H. G., Slauter, Schwartz, Vanderberge, Pellegrini, Vandermer, Mort, Mordan, Senior, Parmentier, Lopez, Stoner. M « f rf M 1 - ' ■ ' — " ■|| M m _ i? _ Zhe JreshmuH Class Vresident John Faniola Vice-President John Vanderberge Secretary Ann Bergstresser Treasurer Stewart Schwartz Student Senate Representatives Charles Brown Howard Rosenberg September 16, 1963, marked the beginning of a dental career for the Class of 1967 at the B.C.D.S. On this date the freshmen with forced casual attitudes surveyed the people with whom they would be working for the next four years, and officially became members of the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus. The year ' s highlights included social and athletic events as well as academics. Preparing for the first anatomy exam was a highlight of sorts and was just short of being traumatic for some members of the class. After this hurdle the academic tone became more relaxed, and more relaxed and more relaxed . . . The freshmen engaged in fall sports with a football game between Sections A and B. The A ' s suffered an upset in the encounter and for this Section B was half a keg richer at the upcoming stag party. The freshman versatility in another line was displayed at the annual Faculty-Student Skit Night in February. Marshall Brownstein directed the first-place production " West Side Den- tist " which was a relocation of the popular musical to the Dental School. Members of the class wrote lyrics and performed in the show. After this success certain individuals felt they may have entered the wrong field and considered abandoning dentistry for the stage. After a seemingly endless wait, spring came to the Baltimore campus bringing to cheerless freshmen, trench coats, a general airing-out of the anatomy lab, and Neuro. The year drawing to a close caused conversations to turn to discussion of summer jobs (or how to make the most money for the least work). The phrase was often heard " I can ' t believe the first year is nearly over, " uttered with a certain ring of both relief and satisfaction. Next September the Class of 1967 will descend on the Dental School with the all-knowing self-assur- ance of sophomores. May the coming year prove to be equally successful! -{S3 Jhe Credit men 1. No smoking! 2. The first thing we do is burn our hands. 3. Looks just like mine, terrible! 4. Gee, I hope I don ' t get any on my hands. 5. The heck with this acrylic gunk ! I ' m going back to base plates. 6. I wish Dr. Wycall were here. -(S4f he vesh men 1. Look how that gold splashed. I think it flew down here someplace. 2. Mmm — how sweet it is. 3. Will somebody tell me what the heck this has to do with dentistry. 4. .0002 mm. otil 5. Now that I ' ve got the base plate adapted to my hand, then what? 6. Would you believe it, this is my third bottle today. -IS5 -[56]- .Afctiuities oraas Kydontoioalcal J ociet ' i OFFICERS President Francis Fraser Vice-President John Jordan Secretary Robert Nitzell Treasurer Lawrence Schatz Historian Charles Rosenberg Sergeant-at-Arms Lance Petersen s. eniopd 1 1 T " « « 5 P ' " % t i.| I in ,i,i j 1% Sej ed: Jordan, White, Benoit, Proulx, Nitzell, Hilkene, Walsh, Fogarty. StiiiidJng: Sargent, Wycall, Himelfarb, Emerson, Brice, O ' Roark, Hackett, Rosenberg, Schatz, Golden, Swain, Levine, Padousis, Fraser, Petersen. H58h oma6 Jdovitoioalcal S c f ociet i The Gorgas Odontological Society is an honorary scholastic organization estabhshed in 1916. The Society is named in honor of Dr. Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas, an outstanding alumnus and a well-known leader in the field of dental education. Membership in the Society may be achieved in either the junior or senior year. Considera tion for membership in the Society is based on the premise that certain academic standards have been met during the course of study at the Dental School. Monthly meetings afford members educational benefits beyond the standard dental school curriculum through the presentations of guest speakers. Each year at the spring formal senior members are presented with a key and certificate The faculty advisor is Dr. Jose E. Medina, Professor of Operative Dentistry. J . unior5 Sealed: Carey, Dent, Klechak, Donaldson, Greenberg. Standing: Spire, Carlotti, Ressin, Mullen, Meroney, Chaput, Doughert) ' , Kaufman, Gagne. 59 J tudent J enat OFFICERS President Malcolm L. McInnis Vice-President Thomas K. Guglielmo Secretary-Treasurer James E. Bradley The Student Senate had its beginning at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1952 and has been steadily growing in responsibility as the representative organization of the student body. Its main purpose is to serve as a liaison between the sudent body and the faculty in order to collectively solve problems of common interests. The Senate has its own officers and is further composed of two representatives from each class as well as the class presidents and the Interfraternity Council president. The Senate also participates in the Professional Schools Sen- ate. Other functions of the Senate are: participation in the Freshman orientation program, a calendar of student activities, the Student Senate Mixer and class dances, the senior banquet, and a sports program. ■160F nte fratarnltiA L ouncii OFFICERS President Victor Spiro Vice-President FRANCIS Fraser Secretary Harold Levine Treasurer John Patterson ( The Interfraternity Council is composed of the presidents and vice-presi- dents of the fraternities at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Its major function is the supervision of the annual two-week rushing program in February. The Interfraternity Council is instrumental in organizing many of the sports programs at the B.C.D.S., as well as its annual spring boat ride, which is long remembered by many of the graduates. This year ' s officers were President, Victor Spiro — Sigma Epsilon Delta; Vice-President, Frank Fraser — Xi Psi Phi; Secretary, Harold Levine — Alpha Omega; Treasurer, John Patterson — Psi Omega. -I 61 Xi A- PL Seated: Grace, Chambers, Spink, White, Fraser, Proulx, Jordan, Gigliotti. Standing: Cognata, Carlotti, Walsh, Hackett, Schatz, Youngman, Plies, Guglielmo, Hilkene, Simes, Jue. Sealed: lacono, Carey, Wolk, Girard, Boissonneault, Gallagher, Freiler, Chaput, Estes. Standing: Winsper, Makoc, Merolla, Bellanca, Grabiec, Borden, Bochenko, Coletti, Schwenk, Esquire. Kneeling: Oles, Zak, Klechak, Gagne. ■{62J- XiR 5i President . . . . Vice-President OFFICERS Francis Fraser Secretary Lawrence Schatz Edward Grace Treasurer Albert Carlotti i n wieaa t Seated: Feldman, Fox, Herrman, Grussmark, Golden, Wershba, Levine, Taragin, J. B., Dalin. Standing: Goldbach, Kessin, Abelson, Ansel, Pushkin, Miller, W. M., Rosenberg, Miller, I. B., Simon, Taragin, H. B., Raksin, Finifter. Kneeling: Baylin, Branoft, Rothstein, Becker. Seated: Dorfman, Granek, Bloom, Ferris, Rose. Standing: Richmond, Gandel, Feinstein, Hirschberg, Green, Lerner. Felps, Klein, Gross. -{64 . y ipka Ly ip meaa f President .... Vice-President Secretary Harold Levine Herschel Kaufman Charles Rosenberg Sergea?n-at-Arms Treasurer NORMAN Ressin Historian Alan Dorfman Chaplain Ronald Wershba Irving Raksin •{esf P i 0, wieaa f Seated: Lamb, Todd, Ousborne, Nitzell, Patterson, Fogarty, Jaeger. Standing: Klair, Greear, Guard, O ' Roark, Ponce, Toomey, Early, Emerson, Mincey, Corey. Kneeling: Stag, Spedden, Bravos, Parker, Broadrup, Vanden Bosche, Heim, Curcio, Blunt. Seated: Maranto, MacBride, Sebastian, Mullen, Smith, Eldridge, Zois, Leyko, Hawse, Donaldson. Standing: Phillips, Frensilli, Martin, Rogers, Sovich, Reichart, Magarian, Garlitz, Baar, Hathaway, Mazikas, Geating, Thome, DiSabatino, Schwab, Wilson, Sollazzo, Farrall, Meroney, Barrera -!66 A €. C(l President John Patterson Vice President John Hathaway Secretary Steve Souich Treasurer Joseph Mazikas 467 _)iqma C pslion .=JJeita f OFFICERS President Victor Spiro Secretary Victor Spiro Vice-President Leroy Goren Treasurer Victor Spiro -(68J. J p 6 )pon BOWLING The 1963 bowling season began during the first week of October with 10 teams, the great- est number that ever turned out for the league. The administration of the league was ably carried out by Nick Russo and Phil Pushkin. AO-3 threatened a run away with the first place position during the first two rounds, but then were overtaken by Psi 0-2. Since the beginning of the third round, there have been many teams that have held the number one position, but competition was so close that no one team remained number one for any length of time. Ed Gutman, Ted Freedman and Nick Russo averaged 170 or better as the top three bowlers of the league. At the end of the season, there will be trophies awarded at a party, which is held annually at the ZIP house. 69 3y ggLroRN... ■(7o Lmc5 ia. -S-O.- -«A .lO.- • ■ - V-» " J -jrfk_ ' f ' . •.. - ItrffcTiZJ ' . _ ' .-,»_4J ' V l 7 ). c wwn an d iJndc f e 1. Phew! This rubber base smells like skunk juice. 2. Not a chewable nail left. 3. Tell my old man his crown is ready to invest. 4. I ' ve heard of German measles, but never Chinese measles. in} j wstketlcs 1. " B-U-L-L " 2. Gathering dust. 4. A case for urban renewal. 3. Hasn ' t this guy heard of the commercial labsr n)- I edodc tic onUcs 1. I think that silicate shade should have been much darker. 2. Doctor, you ' ll have to go deeper. You ' re still in enamel. 3. Hey, buster! How ' bout getting this cotton-pickin thing out of my mouf! 4. Say, Joe, what time does synagogue begin tonight ? 04 i oentaenolo 1. Yeah, I can feel the film here — hooked right onto the uvula. 2. If this thing works, I ' ll patent it and make a fortune in Miami. 4. Hold still, kid. We ' ll have that wart off in a second. 3. Ghosts. ll Or J nu icine 1. This was the week that was. 3. I ' d better get my hpstick on before Charlie comes out. 4. Who stole my dog team ? •(761- Kyral i upaeri f T 1. Quoth the raven, " Never more. ' 2. Poetry in motion. Crunch. — Miir mm B r % r B - 1. ' ■b| ' - k J - WKt-t 4. Joe, your phone bill is atrocious. 3. OK, now squeeze, sonny. -!77 y peratiue 1. Let ' s see, according to the bicycle principle, does the belt go on the large pulley or the small one? 2. But, Mr. Herrick, cleenic doesn ' t open till 7:00. 3. Watch his eyes when I open up this separator. 4. Let ' s do something different today. Let ' s relax. V V erJjentldtri f 1. Wait a second, doctor, you ' d better get a consultation! 2. Too bad he didn ' t lecture on chair positions. 4. Where are those damn instructors ? 3. Now, hold your finger on the tip of the explorer . 79]. Lyrifiodon tic6 1. Enraptured by another orthodontics demonstration. 2. You think this check will cover a passing grade in this course 1 3. Hey, doc, how do I get my finger out of her mouth? 4. Who left that long cone on my chair? -f80 Ky al oDla anoSiL 1. " Wishy-Washy Phil. " 2. I ' ll tell you once again, nobody ' s to call me " shorty! " i tmW f ' pis r I - v r jj S 4. There ' s been a " sit-in " demonstration every day this week 3. Delayed passive eruption. i ea turns To seniors to be, we offer a preview as to how the " boards " will look to you at 9:00 a.m. on that fateful day. SPRING 1964 DEPARTMENT IV BACTERIOLOGY, GENERAL PATHOLOGY AND ORAL PATHOLOGY Name_ NATIONAL BOARDS Answer the questions briefly, using only the allotted space. 1. Discuss the pathology, pathogenesis, etiology, etymology, entomology, lesions (gross, microscopic, and otherwise), findings, clinical manifestations, age, sex, race, complications, and prognosis 2. Discuss completely, fully, and irrationally the complications that can manifest themselves after a fatal dose of cyanide. Prognosis? . . . . 3. Answer the following in one word or less: a) Enumerate the liver function tests b) Discuss tumors c) Make a short precis of Gray ' s. 4. Discuss briefly the teratoma type of tumor tissue of the testes 5. Discuss calculus. What is the fundamental difference between the differential and the integral calculus? Why? Findings? Prognosis? . 6. What are the essential lesions in: a) flea-bitten kidneys b) horse-bitten kidneys c) frost-bitten kidneys _ 7. Discuss the gross and microscopic pathology in the following: a) Reidel ' s strudel . . . b) Fraulein Syndrome c) Hans-Christian-Anderson Disease 8. Give the fundamental thrombo-phlebitis phlombo-thrombosis threbo-phlombitis phlobo-thrembosis thrembo-phlebosis phlembo-thrombitis throbo-phlombosis phlebo-threbitis phlobo-threbosis differences between the following: thormbo-phlebosis phlombo-thrembosis phlebo-threbosis throbo-phlombitis phlombo-thrombitis phlembo-threbitis thrombo-phlombitis phlobo-threbitis phlebo-thrombosis threbo-phlebitis phlobo-thrombosis phlembo-thrembosis threbo-phlebosis phlombo-threbitis thrombo-phlombitis phelbo-thrombitis thrembo-phlombitis phlembo-threbosis thrembo-phlebitis phlembo-thrombosis thrembo-phlombosis phlobo-thrombitis throbo-phlebosis phlombo-threbosis threbo-phlombosis phlebo-thrembosis throbo-phlebitis ien GOO BLESS M V SCHOOL jr k :84 DENTAL DARTS ■ - h. iS5Y Steve and Shari Bloum Paul Beauvais Charles, Michael, Teresa and BCaren Doll Donna Goren 13. Bobby and Kathleen Hogan 6. Eric Sargent 7. Catharine Toomey S. Catherine May 9. Neil Taylor 10. Mark Handelman 11. Wendy Fox 12. Laurie Mclnnis 14. Alison and Scott Swain 1. Pamela Russo 5. Clark and David Foulke 9. Robin Emerson 13. Kristi Colwell 2. Stacy Pushkin 6. Lisa and Kayle Youngman 10. Ricky and Robin Nemes 14. Randy Spiro 3. Susan Klair 7. Susan Wycall 11. Dan and Marcia Fraser 15. Karen, Linda, Michael and 4. Thomas, Brian, John and Kathy Simes 8. L J. Rosenberg 12. Lisa Mincey Robert Fogart) ' 16. Debra Greear Ji( menis je r ememiefi 88 Best Wishes To The Class of 1964 NEWRANIUM LABORATORIES (Established 1932) Complete Laboratory Service 710-12 Madison Ave., Box 237 Baltimore 3, Maryland May We Continue To Serve You Throughout The Coming Years Sid Newberger -{89f QUALITY EXPERIENCE SERVICE • ROY H. CASSEL COMPANY, Inc. Dental Laboratories 19 West Chase Street P. O. Box No. 1397 BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND • FOR COMPLETE LABORATORY SERVICE Certified Nobilium Laboratory Phone MUlberry 5-5437, 5-5438 OVER HALF A CENTURY OF SERVICE TO MARYLAND GRADUATES — A RECORD OF WHICH WE ARE PROUD. 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It ' s not too early . . . for MIDAS plays a big part in your total protecton picture while on your tour of active duty in the armed services ... or, in those years during which you are becoming established in private practice. Where else can a graduate student get a full $10,000 of protection for just $25.00 a year (ages 25 through 31), $30.00 a year (ages 31 and over)? Join MIDAS now and reserve your right to become a full participant in the pension and retirement portion of the program once you become established regardless of where you locate your practice. For applications and information call or write: MIDAS 1402 COURT SQUARE BUILDING BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21202 PLaza 2-4008 -|92h PROMOTING YOUR SATISFACTION Our thoroughly trained staff of craftsmen are competent to carry through for you the construction of any type of restoration to your complete specifications. BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND Park Ave. and Franklin MUlberry 5-3044 -- 3045 A DENTAL LABORATORY INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN " 1930-1964 SEGALL -MAJESTIC STUDIOS are proud to have taken the portraits for this " 1964 MIRROR " 909 N. Charles Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND MUlberry 5-5621 Portraits — Weddings CAMPUS BOOKSTORE 621 W. LOMBARD STREET (Lower Level - Baltimore Union) 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday TEXT BOOKS TRADE BOOKS SUPPLIES LAB COATS and GOWNS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS the largest selection of paperbound books in the State of Maryland We can handle all your Special Orders -I93h THiNKr SUCCO AND EQUIP FdRiT Wirri mTLR ! You ' ve been preparing for success. Soon it will become a reality. Here are three steps to insure it: One ... sit down with your Ritter dealer. He ' ll help you locate successfully, give you advice on a hundred details that will get you started right. Two . . . then, let Ritter ' s Office Planning Department design your office. Our staff of experienced layout men can do wonders in apply- ing work simplification to your new office. Their service costs you nothing. Three . . . one final step. PEP. . .The Ritter Professional Equipment Plan will start you l right financially— give you a fully equipped office with no down IB ' 2 ' V jj L payment. Three steps to success . . . write us for complete details, ritter company inc. C ROCHESTER3,N.Y. i } iuy is the achievement of skilled CROWN AND BRIDGE and CERAMIC Specialists at CO-OPERATIVE This six-tooth Micro-Bond restoration cnhanca her appearance and provides years of service. Co-operative ' s skilled artisans have the ability to manipulate form and color into a perfect reproduc- tion of lost tooth structure. Whether you prescribe Porcelain, Porcelain Bonded to Metal or Gold and Acrylic you are assured of iv. " .storations that are anatomically correct, carved with absolute accuracy, exquisitely shaded, subtly stained, with precise fit. You and your patient will be pleased. " 50 Years of Preparing for Tomorrow " H Q o- OPERATIVE H H DENTAL LABORATORIES H A R 1 S A NS OF DCNTAi p K o s r H f r ; c s H IN SILVER SPRING — Co-operating — Silver Spring Dental Laboratories, Inc., 8127 Georgia Avenue -195 1- AMERICA ' S MOST MODERN DENTAL SUPPLY STORE l wL m t ' ' - i ' ,.( 1 8 " ' 1 1 1 i 300 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE DENTAL BUSINESS BY OUR MORE THAN 30 EMPLOYEES. Dedicated to Serving the Dental Profession in Seven States For 69 Years • Location Analysis. • Personalized Office Planning. • Exclusive Coloramas. • Courses on Practice Devel- opment. • Training of Auxiliary Per- sonnel. • Accounting Assistance in Bookkeeping and Record Problems. TU 9-4300 Jack Frazier Free Parking 529 West 29th St. -(96 Compliments of Ambassador House Restaurant Cl t e j i e t, CERAMIC LABORATORY MARYLAND DENTAL LABORATORIES TILON TICONIUM CERTIFIED TICONIUM LAB " HINGE AXIS " FULL DENTURE PROCEDURE 1302-08 GUILFORD AVE. at PRESTON ST. Mulberry 5-0437 - 8 P. O. BOX 2037 BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND ' Sxperience and Quality are Our eTilajor iAssets ' i yy TIME NOW TO EQUIP YOURSELF FOR FUTURE SUCCESS WITH the best of everything ! S. S. V HITE QUALITY DENTAL PRODUCTS FREE OFFICE-PLANNING SERVICE EQUIPMENT HANDPIECES INSTRUMENTS FILLING MATERIALS ORTHODONTIC SUPPLIES PROSTHETIC MATERIALS PRECIOUS METALS Contact your ' j S.S. VS hite Dealer or write to THE S.S. VHITE DENTAL MANUFACTURING CO., Philadelphia 5, Pa. -{98}- Sincere Wishes for Success to the Class of 1964 Juuinefi B. Beni( n (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. SHEELY, III College Representative 99] i-- t3 I k " .- C tv Roths+ein Dental Laboratories |J ■»- ' i . ' ■ ' ' " , •■ " k - r Incorporated ! %. ' ;i , 4 " Engineered for Progress " extends its Best Wishes for your success and cordially invites you ' blL. g , IP ' .. 1 la . to visit our new Laboratory at .fe — ' ,- . I ' - ■ ' . 1100 East- West Highway Silver Spring, Maryland Our aim — now and always — to provide Quality Prosthetic Restora- — tions for the Dental Profession. iP j ' .-. ® « M % ' " y . - jrJ .li ' n - ' J -{lOOl- Experienced help on all these sub- jects is available to you without cost or obligation from Caulk and Harris Dental Companies through the many branch oflfices and rep- resentatives. Few sources can offer you more facts, more impartial opinions and advice . . . recommendations based on our years of practice-starting experience. We have helped thousands of dentists with all the details of opening their offices; we ' d like to help you, too. See your Caulk man: JIM LOCK THE L. D. CAULK COMPANY • PARK AVENUE CENTRE STREET SAratoga 7-5655 BALTIMORE . CAMDEN . CHARLESTON • CHICAGO . HARRISBURG . 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The borders must face up, as with a boxed impression, so that the impression should not be inverted, 5. Once the cast has set, pull the posterior wall of the model former away from the cast, and slide the cast and impression tray up and out. The impression tray can now be removed from the cast. Here is Columbia Dentoform ' s latest addition to its well-known line of aids to dentistry. These rubber formers eliminate boxing-in of impressions and excess pouring and waste of stone and plaster, and allow immediate pour- ing of models, without loss of time. FEATURES — ADVANTAGES • Accurate Models • Controlled dimensions • Ready for immediate use • Cleaner and neater • Preserves and protects impression borders • Mounting plates can now be used • Eliminates boxing-in, waste of materials, impression distor- tion, trimming, weak, thin models, lost time, as- semblage of parts. The outfit consists of 4 sets of different sizes of upper and lower rubber formers which can be used with any standard make of impression trays and with all kinds of impression materials. Price — Catalog No. 910 Outfit $20.00 If you do not have our Cafalog No. 33, V " " He for your copy +oday. COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION " The House of A Thousand Models " and Home of Brown Precision Attachnnents 131 EAST 23rd STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y., 1 00 10 -{ 102}. PRACTICE PRECISION GOLD WORK ! Advanced JELENKO products and technics build confidence and competence . . . save time and work . . . mal e it easier to recommend and execute gold inlays, crowns, and bridges where indicated. AUTOMATIC THERMOTROi CASTING MACHINE IPC INLAY FURNACE THE VERTICULATOR % MODULAY D FIRMILAY For comprehensive technical literature on all equipment and operative materials, write to: LOOK TO JELENKO FOR PROGRESS IN PROSTHETICS J. F. 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It ' s easy to avoid this embarrassing and costly problem by making color selection with the Trubyte Bioblend Selector your first step in designing every denture case. Specify Trubyte Bioblend — the world ' s only multi-blended porcelain anteriors — there is no substitute! TlR]U|B|Y|T|Ef|tfUrH£4 The world ' s only multi-blended porcelain anteriors. THE DENTISTS ' SUPPLY COMPANY OF NEW YORK • YORK, PENNSYLVANIA i 104}- FONT! ' s O K SHAVING PARLOR • 531 West Baltimore Street Phone SA 7-9751 THE STUDENT ' S OWN SHOP With the Compliments of DE LUXE DENTAL LABORATORY 535 N. Howard Street Baltimore 1, Md. Box 1995 Telephone: MUlberry 5-7997-98 Compliments of TRADER VINCE Toly uesiaii-Oricntal %estaiirant C J oiinge Phone Eu+aw at Lombard PLaza 2-1772 Baltimore 1 Md. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 FROM HUTZLER ' S Compliments of The Alcazar With the Compliments of HYNSON, WESTCOTT DUNNING, INC. • Charles and Chase Streets BALTIMORE, MARYLAND QyOrown - f r iorrison L ompan- INCORPORATED PRINTERS • STATIONERS 1616 Main Street • • Lynchburg, Virginia -! 105 )» Senior " Directory Abelson, Charles B 4215 Labyrinth Rd., Baltimore 15, Md. Ansel, Fred N 5022 Pimlico Rd., Baltimore 15, Md. Beauvais. Paul V 10 Arthur St., Taunton, Mass. Benoit, Lucien B RFD 2, Woonsocket, R. I. Bloum, Donald L 8205 Flower Ave., Takoma Park, Md. Brice, William L 909 Southerly Rd., Baltimore 4, Md. Carlotti, Albert E Ill Valentine Circle. War%vick, R. I. Chambers, Edgar H 4351 S.W. First St.. Miami, Fla. Cognata, Stephen R 5519 Colfax Ave., N. Hollywood, Calif. Colwell, Wiliam C 815 8th Street, Laurel, Md. Corey, Joseph L 618 Main St., Mt. Hope, W. Va. Dalin, Ronald 3516 Rockdale Ct.. Baltimore 7. Md. Dickerson, Glenn B Rt. 3, Lexington, S. C. Doll, C harles E 3 Foxglove Lane, Baltimore 20, Md. Early, Robert L 5214 Western Ave., Chevy Chase, Md. Emerson, E. Robert 4406 Tuckerman St., Hyattsville, Md. Feldman, Barry E 3704 Kingwood Sq., Baltimore 15, Md. Finifter, Burton M 3909 Oakford Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Fogarty, Robert P 853 W. 6th So., Salt Lake City, Utah Foulke, Clark N 8224 l4th Ave., Hyattsville, Md. Fox, Lawrence A 4506 Garrison Blvd., Baltimore 15, Md. Eraser, Frank L 1216 University, Helena, Montana Gaudio, Richard A 14 Primrose St., North Haven, Conn. Gigliotti, John C 6901 Ridgeway Rd., Baltimore 22, Md. Gold, Gary K 3305 Lightfoot Dr., Baltimore, Md. Goldbach, Ira N 1530 Certosa, Coral Gables, Fla. Golden, Rodney F 2809 Abilene Dr., Chevy Chase, Md. Goren. Leroy 2709 Hanson Ave.. Baltimore 9, Md. Govedaros, Constantinos .... 101 W. Monument St., Baltimore, Md. Grace, Edward G 131 Prospect Ave., Mamaroneck, N. Y. Greear, M. Carter 840 W. Winter Park, Ave., Orlando, Fla. Grussmark, Stephen M 1022 Bay Dr., Miami Beach, Fla. Guard, Dennis W 16 N. Symington Ave., Baltimore 28, Md. Guglielmo, Thomas K 60 Van Winkle Ave., Passaic, N. J. Hackett, John P 17 N. Main St., Woodstown, N. J. Hall, Paul R 1015 DeSoto Rd., Baltimore 23, Md. Handelman, Joseph G. . . . 5955A Western Run Dr., Baltimore 9, Md. Hart, Alan H 5010 Dickey Hill Rd., Baltimore 7, Md. Herrick, Frederick G 357 LTnion Ave., Middlesex, N. J. Herrman, Jeffrey A 1769 S.W. 10th St.. Miami, Fla. Hilkene, Robert W 20 Carpenter Terr., Belleville, N. J. Himelfarb, Lawrence 3905 Labyrinth Rd., Baltimore 15, Md. Hinich, Joseph 1350 Monument St., Pacific Palisades, Calif. Hogan, M. Patrick Maple St., Hudson Falls, N. Y. Jaeger, John R 401 Belair Rd., Baltimore 6, Md. Jonas, Ron J 5504 W. Highland Rd.. Everett. Wash. Jordan, John J RD 1, Pittston, Pa. Jue, Clifford H 1621 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, Calif. Kirk, Richard B 22 W. McClellan Ave., Livingston, N. J. Klair. Albert H 807 Fairway Dr.. Baltimore 4, Md. Kolker, Stanley L 2618 W. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore 15, Md. Lamb, Neil W Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Levine, Harold B 100 S. W. 31st St., Miami, Fla. Mclnnis, Malcolm L 4302 Parkton St., Baltimore 29, Md. Maloof, Daniel 6509 Sligo Parkway, Hyattsville, Md. May, Franklin E 117 W. Lanvale St., Baltimore 17, Md. Miller, Ian B 2514 Oswego Ave., Batlimore 15, Md. Miller, Walter M 4028 Fallstaff Rd., Baltimore 15, Md. Mincey, David L 3620 Central Ave., Charlotte, N. C. Nemes, Richard S 1774 East- West Highway, Silver Spring, Md. Nitzell, Robert P 120 Linden Ave., Hagerstown. Md. ORoark, Wayne L 8208 Grubb Rd., Chevy Chase, Md. Ousborne, Albert L 543 N. Lakewood Ave., Baltimore 5, Md. Padousis, Robert P 629 S. Savage St., Baltimore 24, Md. Parr, Charles B 5300 Eastbury Ave., Baltimore 6, Md. Patterson, John F 5506 Carter Ave., Baltimore 14, Md.- Petersen, Lance D 1900 Lewis Ave., Rockville, Md. Plies, Stanley M 2906 Glenmore Ave., Baltimore 14, Md. Ponce, Ernest A 1064 W. 10th St., San Bernardino, Calif. Proulx, Norman H 238 Youville St.. Manchester, N. H. Pushkin, Philip H 7011 Surrey Dr., Baltimore 15, Md. Raksin, Irving J 3912 Emmart Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Ressin, Norman R 3930 Rosecrest Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Rosenberg, Charles M 677 Elkmont Dr., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Russo, John N 1601 Brandywine Blvd.. Wilmington. Del. Sargent, John W 121 Myrtle Ave., N. Plainfield, N. J. Savoia, John R 59 E. Akarg St., Ludlow, Mass. Schatz, James L 213 Beaumont Ave. , Baltimore 28, Md. Simes, Thomas A 1863 Freedom Way N., Baltimore 13, Md. Simon, Harvey F 5348 Nelson Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Spink, Douglas G 79 Marietta St., North Adams, Mass. Spiro, Victor E 36 Marjorie Rd., Stoughton, Mass. Swain, Albert H Peskin Dr., Farmingdale, N. J. Taragin, Herbert B 3300 Taney Rd., Baltimore 15, Md. Taragin, Jerome B 7831 l6th St., N. W., Washington 12. D .C. Taylor, Clinton D 4934 Clifton Ave., Baltimore, Md. Todd, Merwin A 5906 Suwanee Ave., Tampa 4. Fla. Toomey, Charles E 5812 Old Washington Rd., Elkridge 27, Md. Veith, Warren K 1204 Wakeling St., Philadelphia, Pa. Walsh, Thomas F 2365 Harrison Ave.. Baldwin. L. I., N. Y. Wershba, Ronald S 570 Leff ' erts Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. White. David L 9 Monte Ave.. Piedmont, Calif. Wycall, Theodore T 116 Chatham St., Chatham. N. J. Youngman, John P 4200 Neptune Dr., S. E., St. Petersburg, Fla. A 106


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