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

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rVLAND ROOM HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE - MARYLAND COLLECTION DENTISTRY r Jhjt 1965 Published by THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY- SIXTH STUDENT BODY of the J alt more College of T)eHtal Surgery DENTAL SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Robert J. Carey, Editor Anthony Bravos, Business Manager HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE P iesiJeni of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND ' I DR. WILSON H. ELKINS % of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND JOHN J. SALLEY D.D.S., Ph.D. z X Q-S4 J cJUedicati on JOSEPH CARLTON BIDDIX, JR. Professor of Oral Diagnosis The Class of 1965 has been privileged to know a man whose devotion to dentistry and individual interest in the dental student will always be remembered. His understanding compassion in time of need and willingness to share our problems have lightened the load on many a dental student ' s shoulders. In a spirit of grateful appreciation we dedicate our yearbook to JOSEPH C. BIDDIX, JR. i V JJ. onorari ¥ Senior ( iadd reMcieni Renato P» De Santis The Senior Class wishes to extend a special " thank you " to one of its instructors by selecting him as our Honorary Senior Class President. This man has exhibited a quality in his personality for which our class holds him in respect not only as an educator but also as a personal friend. His pleasant manner and the enthusiasm with which he imparts knowledge will have a lasting impression in our future years. We the Class of 1965 are proud to elect Dr. Renato P. De Santis as our Honorary Class President, ay (Lnigi Guidotti, c. 1623) 3n iUpmartam WALTER L. OGGESEN Profound sorrow is expressed by the Class of ' 65 over the loss of Dr. Walter L. Oggesen, a friend to his fellow practitioners and faithful mentor of dental students for over thirty-three years. His passing leaves a void in the lives of all with whom he had contact. The willingness with which he sacrificed his time and energy to help the dental student has been indelibly imprinted in the hearts of numerous graduates of this school. We recall the generous help, the fatherly warmth, and joking relief in times of pressure and anxiety. The passing of time will never dim our memory of Dr. Oggesen; for as we pursue our careers, we shall daily use a little bit of his knowl- edge, a little bit of his experience, and a little bit of his generosity to our fellow man. This would have been his wish. i y faculty Gardner Patrick Hi nry Foley Professor of Dental Literature John Irving White Professor of Physiology Edward C. Dobbs Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics William Edward Hahn Professor of Anatomy Donald E. Shay Professor of Microbiology ' •«C? ' ' A ii ill D. Vincent Provenza Professor of Histology and Embryology -{61- E. G. Vanden Bosche Professor of Biochemistry Martin Lunin Professor of Pathology PersoHdities Charles T. Pridgeon Associate Professor of Oral Medichie Joseph Calton Biddix, Jr. Professor of Oral Diagnosis Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics Douglas J. Sanders Associate Professor of Pedodontics Jose E. Medina Assistant Dean Professor of Operative Dentistry Brice Marden Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery Wilbur Owen Ramsey Professor of Denial Prosthesis Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Fixed Partial Prosthesis in i Y ke ly ' wy J tai EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Robert J. Carey Business Manager Anthony Bravos Senior Editors Stuart A. Broth Thomas L. Klechak Photography Editor Warren Granek Cartoon Editor Mitchell J. Bukzin Faculty Advisor Gardner P. H. Foley ■{lOh REFLECTIONS " ■HflVinG- mUCH TROUBLE lUlTH VOUR. TR.IflnaULflR. BOR ? " noLu T-HflT vou ' ve all seen T+iflT... ' TODflV LUe ARE fORTUnflT£ IP nflvinq -fl QUEST LECTURER OP BLOOD C+ Eml5TR.V ., DUATIO T ' Js J U 7 J E iny he Senior lc aS6 I President John Golski Vice President J. Nicholas Leyko Secretary Carolyn Barclay Treasurer John Hathaway Student Senate Representatives Robert Carey Vincent Zugay From the time we began our dental education on Monday, September 18, 1961 we were officially known as the Class of 1965. The year 1965 seemed so far away, especially when we realized the work ahead of us. But all of a sudden one morning ninety- two men and one young lady awoke and it was graduation day — not 1963 or 1964 — but 1965. Somehow the days had fled by and we had passed all of our freshman anatomy exams (even Neuro), finished dissecting just as we became accustomed to our cadavers, and turned in our operative and crown and bridge endoforms for the last time. As we glance back, it seems like only yesterday when we changed from " green-hornet " gowns to clinic whites. We can remember the many hours we spent putting on rubber dams, all the appointments it took for the first few Class I amalgams and our shaking hands when we tried a mandibular block. As our year — 1965 — arrived, all of these tasks seemed like " kids ' stuff. " We were Seniors now, and had big problems — like 14-unit bridges, molar root canals with six roots, and pin-retained silicates. The senior year seemed to arrive fast and even go by fast. It was the year of " assignments " and " cancella- tions, " but most of all it was the year of graduation for the Class of 1965. l3 jne uJuaiin (J ass 0 f965 Juan Alberto Arias Pane ho Panama City, Panama . . . University of Hartford, B. A. . . . Leads anti-American demonstrations in spare time . immunity from classes . . . Number one man in class . private practice. . . . Married . Diplomatic . Future — Carolyn Elizabeth Barclay Carol Towson, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . (Secretary 1, 2) . . . Single ... Is now one of the boys . . . Swings at school functions . . . Uses eyebrow pencil for acrylic brush in technique . . . Future — private practice. Marcos Herman Barrera Pancbo Grande Miami, Florida . . . Florida State University, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . U. S. Air Force 1952-58 . . . Married . . . Good operator . . . Does biochemistry requirements at night . . . Instructs the instructors . . . Future — internship, University Hospital, Baltimore. ■{14J- Marvin Allen Becker Marv Baltimore, Maryland . . . Pennsylvania Military College, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Tennis star . . . Has worked on pseudo-pedo patients for two years . . . Spare-time vampire . . . Future — pedodontic internship, Philadelphia Childrens ' Hospital, Philadelphia. Ronald Jacob Berman Ron Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . " Speedy " . . . Gets inlays on first try . . . New car (not his own) every week . . . Waits on tables in clinic gown . . . Future — military service. Sheldon Arnold Bloom SM Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . The Hopkins blood-sucker . . . " Who has an ulcer. ' " . . . Sleeps on Gil ' s shoulder . . . Future — military service. Gil David Boisoneau Gil Manchester, Connecticut . . . University of Hartford, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Bowling 2, 3 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Enjoys bachelor life . . . Always has that tired, rundown appear- ance . . . Semi-tornado . . . Uses class-time to read newspaper . . . Future • — military service. ii5y s. eniord James Edward Bradley Jim Takoma Park, Maryland . . . The George Washington University, A.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Student Senate (Representative 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4) . . . U. S. Navy 1954-56 . . . U. S. Marine Corps 1956-58 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Instructors ' lab man . . . Mister dental dictionary . . . Smiles with both chins . . . Future — general practice. Stuart Allen Broth Siu Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror 4 . . . Student Skit Night 3 . . . Married . . . Does full crowns on French poodles . . . Wants to be a Tuesday-Thursday pedo- dontist . . . Crushes patterns in front of instructors for laughs . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Robert James Carey Bob Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Mirror Editor . . . Gorgas . . . Vice President 2 . . . President 3 . . . Student Senate Representative 4 . . . Student Skit Night 3 (chairman) . . . Football 2 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Never missed eight o ' clock class . . . Head looks like it ' s been in plaster bin . . . Still waiting for 1964 tax deduction . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Martin Leo Chaput Marly Salem, Massachusetts . . . Merrimack College, N.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . Student Senate (Representative 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4) . . . U. S. Air Force Reserve 1957-65 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Loves to change diapers . . . Wild dancer . . . Can ' t keep Bunsen burner lit while working on " Freddie the Fireman " . . . Future — private practice. -(16 1965 Joseph Matthew Chasko ]oe Hollywood, Florida . . . University of Florida, B.S. . . . U. S. Army 1959-61 . . . Single . . . Best navigator on Chesapeake Bay . . . Still campaigning for Goldwater . . . Prefers Zip house to seminary . . . Getting married summer 1965 . . . Future — associateship. Anthony Eugene Curcio Tony Brooklyn, New York . . . LaSalle College . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Historian 4) . . . Single . . . Proficient with lightning disk . . . Fuzzy lips . . . Keeps spare can of sardines in Kennedy kit . . . Future — private practice. George Eugene Dent George Hyattsville, Maryland . . . Georgetown University, B.S. . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . Vice President 3 • . • Single . . . " Dilly Dent " . . . Uses Boy Scout knots in surgery and manual for endo syllabus . . . " Be prepared " . . . Senior requirements supplied by Uncle Lou . . . Future — military service. James William Donaldson Bill Hillcrest Heights, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. , Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Single . . . Never without a steady Jealous of Huey ' s car . . . Saves drowning patients from cuspidor Future — U. S. Navy. wn s. eniorS Albert Irvin Dorfman Al Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Secretary 4) . . . Bowling 3 • . . Single . . . Gives that cool appearance . . . The instructors still don ' t know who he is . . . The embryo ' s buddy . . . Future — U. S. Army. Francis Thomas Dougherty, Jr. Frank Baltimore, Maryland . . . Johns Hopkins University, A.B. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . One child . . . Likes the smell of dead fish . . . The only dental student with a fluorescent tail . . . Part-time wire bender . . . Future — U. S. Army. John Russell Earnhart Russ Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Alabama, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . U. S. Air Force 1957-61 . . . Married . . . Asked 2749 questions in freshman year alone . . . Needs two Kennedy kits for his equipment . . . Finished senior requirements in junior year . . . Future — private practice. Leonard David Efrom Lenny Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Bowling 3 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Still picking thesis topic . . . Carried his bowling team . . . Always has a bottle of glue handy . . . Future — • military service. 18 1965 " William Wood Eldridge III Bill Orlando, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Psi Omega . . . Single . . . " Bill and Coo " . . . Neophyte chrome-dome . . . Phantom nail clipper of operative lectures . . . Future — oral surgery internship, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco. Guy Ronald Estes Kon Orlando, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Student Skit Night 3 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Serenades patients with guitar . . . Class Van Gogh . . . " What was that again? " . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Sylvan Feldman Van Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Basketball 1 . . . Single . . . Colorful parties . . . " Deano ' s " buddy . . . Dr. Lu ' s ticket agent . . . Always agrees with Dr. Pridgeon . . . Future — U. S. Army. Philip Saul Ferris Embryo Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Bowling 4 . . . Single . . . Big hairy marsh- mallow . . . One foot on the ground, the other in his mouth . . . Never gets excited . . . Future — internship, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. •119h s. eniofd Donald Joseph Forno Don Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, A. B. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Single . . . The lone gun . . . Webster ' s top salesman . . . Knows all the perio answers . . . Future — military service. Theodore Stuart Freedman Ted South Bend, Indiana . . . Indiana University, A.B. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Top bowler . . . Class loud mouth? . . . Smily . . . Always has a serious answer . . . " Yea! " . . . Future • — • military service. Nelson Charles Freeman Nel New Haven, Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . " You won ' t believe what happened today! " . . . Specialized in home-care . . . Uses Vigoro on hair . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. John Michael Freiler Jack Maywood, New Jersey . . . Moravian College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Hurriedly brushing up on German lessons . . . Big crown and bridge man . . . Has one favorite word . . . Future — U. S. Army. -!20l- 1965 John Anthony Frensilli, Jr. ]ack Rockville, Maryland . . . Holy Cross College, A.B. . . . Psi Omega . . . Secretary 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Produces cancer for fun and profit . . . Asks intellectual questions . . . Burned up over Crown and Bridge . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Harry Lee Friedman Harry Lee Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Took two-month vacation in senior year . . . Plays tennis in the snow . . . Challenged Earnhart for question champion- ship . . . Future — to separate belief from the truth. Charles Ajlbert Gagne Charlie East Douglas, Massachusetts . . . Holy Cross College, B. A. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Newman Club . . . Secretary 3 . . . Single . . . Played doctor at City Hospitals . . . " Popeye " . . . Knows everybody and everything . . . Future — military service. Joseph William Gallagher Bill Wilmington, Delaware . . . Saint Joseph ' s College, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Football 1 . . . Married . . . " Sleepy " . . . Still hasn ' t met Judge O ' Donnell . . . Charted more horses than patients . . . Future — oral surgery internship, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. -iziF s. eniord Frederick Joseph Geating Fred Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Basketball . . . Football . . . Bowling . . . Single . . . Voted best dressed . . . Still searching for lost car . . . " Muscleman " . . . Twinkle-toed athlete . . . Future — private practice. Allan Paul Girard Al Mount Vernon, New York . . . University of Miami . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Prefers bicycling to summer clinic . . . Always wears tie . . . Has a dog for a patient . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. John Joseph Golski John Somerville, New Jersey . . .Seton Hall University . . . Gorgas (Vice Presi- dent 4) . . . Treasurer 2, 3 . . . President 4 . . . Basketball . . . Football . . . Single . . . Seminarian . . . Makes time in pedo department . . . Chairman of " mothers ' march on perio " . . . Future — military service. i Richard Owen Goodman Rich West Hartford, Connecticut . . . University of North Carolina . . . Married . . . One child . . . Loves his neighbors . . . World ' s fastest wash impression taker . . . Expert on the strength of glue . . . Future — U. S. Army. -I22h i 1965 Jack LeRoy Graham ]ack San Leandro, California . . . San Jose State College, A.B. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . California ' s gift to the east coast . . . Hates to come to class . . . One joke per week . . . Future — private practice. " Warren Granek Warren Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Mirror . . . Single . . . Put dent in the new fish . . . Mr. Precision . . . Finally getting married . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Murray Gerald Greenberg Murray Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Student Senate (Representative 1) . . . U. S. Army Reserves . . . Married . . . One child . . . Neatest Kennedy kit . . . " Fudge it! " . . . World ' s safest driver . . . " Dope " peddler of the dental world . . . Future — oral surgery internship, Bronx General Hospital, New York. Steven Arthur Greene Paterson, New Jersey . . . Middlebury College, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Alveoplasty of nose . . . Knows all of Delaware ' s state troopers . . . Hasn ' t been to an eight yet . . . Future — internship. Metropolitan Hospital, New York. 2n fec ' s. eniord Edward George Gutman Ed Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Second to Wershba in ping-pong . . . Entertains instructors with movies . . . Helped Gallagher do charting at Laurel . . . Future — U. S. Army. Ronald Frank Hanswirth Shadow Eastchester, New York . . . Boston University, A.B. . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Vice President 4) . . . Married . . . One child . . . Has sick rela- tives in New York on assignment days . . . Gutman ' s lab man . . . Bigger half of S E D . . . Had influence in Pharmacology . . . Future — U. S. Navy. John Knox Hart John Waynesburg, Pennsylvania . . . Waynesburg College, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . One of the " Black Jacket " gang . . . Watched TV all night before exams . . . Wibby ' s friend " scrouny John " . . . Future — oral surgery internship, University Hospital, Baltimore. I John Wallace Hathaway John Plymouth, Massachusetts . . . Iowa Wesleyan College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Vice President 3) . . . Treasurer 4 . . . U. S. Navy 1955-57 . . . Married . . . " Barney " . . . World ' s best helmsman . . . Only Pilgrim in dental school . . . Future — oral surgery internship, Washington Hospital Center, Washington. K24h 1965 Richard Allen Hawse Sarasota, Florida . . . Duke University, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Gasman of the class . . . Likes Hillbilly music . . . Tried to weight-lift . . . Dental School ' s answer to Nursing School . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. William Howard Helfert Hney Kensington, Maryland . . . Montgomery Junior College . . . Gorgas . . . Single . . . Impressed by Corvettes . . . Likes to show off amalgam patients . . . " Tough guy " . . . Keeps Meroney in line . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Charles Edward Hunt Charlie Towson, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . U. S. Army 1957-60 . . . Single . . . Did lab work at Ruth ' s . . . " Hark — Hark " . . . Carried a 160-pound brief case . . . Future — private practice. John Michael Iacono Yanco Brooklyn, New York ... St. John ' s University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas (Secretary 4) . . . Mirror 4 . . . Married . . . Wakes up with the " ten of " bell . . . " Hey, you have a cigarette. ' ' " . . . Speaks Italian with a Jewish accent . . . Future — U. S. Army internship. -(25f s. eniord Marius Pitkin Johnson, Jr. Pit Annapolis, Maryland . . . Williams College, B.A. . . . Married . . . Two children . . . U. S. Army Reserves 1960-65 . . . Military genius . . . Always has a gripe . . . Went AWOL to come back to summer clinic . . . Future — U. S. Army. Michael H. Josephson Mickey Canoga Park, California . . . Los Angeles City College, A. A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Single . . . Wears California peg pants . . . Can always be found in perio . . . Had a suntan in January . . . Good lookin ' sister . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Harvey Alan Kallins Harv Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Football 1,2... Married . . . Held Katz together for 4 years . . . Married one of his pedo patients . . . " Melt into the background " . . . Always in class . . . Future — U. S. Army. Morton Irvin Katz Mart Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Senior class camera bug . . . Lost 50 pounds worrying about requirements . . . Winner of the dental school plaster mixing contest . . . Eats triple- deck sandwiches for lunch . . . Loves denture remounting . . . Future — military service. " {26 1965 Herschel Benjamin Kaufman Skinny Kaufman Charleston, South Carolina . . . Emory University, B.A. and University of South Carolina . . . Alpha Omega (Vice President 3, President 4) . . . Inter-fraternity Council (Vice President 4) . . . Bowling 3 . . • Getting married after graduation . . . Favorite assignment is x-ray . . . Spends time casting charms . . . Future — U. S. Navy. William Edward Kaufman Fatty Kaufman Miami, Florida . . . University of Florida, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Has pills for everything . . . Leader of the noisy section of the lecture room . . . Wore same tie for three years . . . Just a nice quiet fellow . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Thomas Lewis Klechak Lew Silver Spring, Maryland . . . Wake Forest College . . . Xi Psi Phi (Editor 2) . . . Gorgas 3, 4 . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Class Treasurer 1 . . . Mirror (Senior Co-editor 4) . . . Married . . . " Endo grades are out " . . . Can ' t stand lockers . . . " Question " . . . Does toilet of cavity with moving tongue . . . Never wore khakis . . . Carries oxygen in back pocket . . . Future — U. S. Air Force internship. William Leonard Knoche Nokie Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas 4 . . . Married — to the " Phantom " . . . Many of his instruments are engraved with " M. L. " . . . " The Ganglion " . . . Shaves every morning in the locker room . . . Took lecture notes on paper towels . . . Still hasn ' t paid freshman tuition . . . Future — military service. -(27 1. s. eniord Martin Harold Lewis Marty Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega . . . Bowling 3 . . . Single . . . Always wore a clean clinic gown . . . Picked up patients at " The Chesapeake " . . . Never wore clothes to lecture — only a rain- coat . . . Spending next two years in Viet Nam . . . " The Black Tornado " . . . Future — U. S. Navy. James Nicholas Leyko Slick Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Historian- Editor 3, 4) ... Single . . . Dates only nurses and IBM machines . . . Class Vice President 4 . . . " Another instructor lost control of the class " . . . Only union projectionist in class . . . Knows more about dental equipment than dealers . . . Future — U. S. Air Force internship. Rodger Howard Lofland Rodger Hollywood, Florida . . . Catawba College, A.B. . . . Gorgas . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . " The Hawk " . . . Dentistry ' s gift . . . " Thumbelina " . . . Identifies amalgams by thumb prints . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami. Arnold Gerard McGreevy Jerry Cumberland, Maryland . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Owner of the famous T-Bird . . . Studies at Ruth ' s . . . The non-union projectionist . . . Bought his life with a watch . . . Got the only B in Ethics . . . The class joke teller . . . Future — U. S. Navy. ;28 1965 James Edgar MacBride, Jr- ]tm York, Pennsylvania . . . Elizabethtown College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Smoked pipe in clinic . . . Went through second semester with a limp . . . Enjoys lower molar impactions . . . Good operator . . . Future — private practice. Leonard Louis Maranto hen Baltimore, Maryland . . . LaSalle College ... Psi Omega . . . Single . . . Never panics . . . Easygoing and conscientious . . . Imports patients from Little Italy . . . Married to Curcio . . . Early for lecture . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. John Mills Martin ]olly Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Started diet with Klechak in freshman year — gained 50 pounds . . . " Jolly Green Giant " . . . Always late to class . . . Sent all lab work to Severna Park . . . Fairly gullible . . . Future — private practice. Joseph Edward Mazikas ]oe South Fork, Pennsylvania . . . Saint Vincent College, B.A. ... Psi Omega (Treasurer 3, President 4) . . . Student Senate (Vice President 4) . . . U. S. Army 1954-57 . . . Single . . . Dr. Ramsey ' s buddy . . . Carol ' s dental consultant . . . Nice guy . . . Future — private practice. 29 s. eniord Sheldon Meltzer Shelly Irvington, New Jersey . . . Muhlenberg College, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Phantom of the clinic . . . Always shows his toothpaste smile . . . Still hangs out in the Union . . . Runs school cafeteria single handed . . . Quiet . . . Future — military service. David Scranton Meroney Dave Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Single . . . " The Worrier " . . . Plans to set up practice in Student Union . . . Never gassed up . . . Has 200 points of amalgam in Florida . . . Part of Wibby ' s motorcycle gang . . . Future — military service. Robert Austin Mullen Duck Fool Brooklyn, New York . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas 3, 4 . . . Mirror (Business Manager 3) . . . Class Vice President 1 . . . Single . . . " It ' s great to be in dental school " . . . Class baby . . . Wants to be in Gold Foil Academy like dad . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Steven Arnold Nachman Steve Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Sigma Epsilon Delta (Treasurer 3, President 4) . . . Interfraternity Council (Treasurer 4) . . . Bowling 3 . . . Single . . . " How can a little guy be so messy? " . . . Woked in pedo two years on two restorations . . . Smaller half of SED . . . Future — internship, Sinai Hospital, Baltimore. i3oy 1965 Michael Josephat Oles, Jr. Mike Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (President 4) . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Interfraternity Council (President 4) . . . Bowling 3 . . . Married . . . One child . . . " The Little General " . . . Sent work out to Dr. Lu . . . Sleep king . . . Future — military service. Barrett Joel Raff Barry Brooklyn, New York . . . Brooklyn College of Pharmacy, B.S. . Single . . . " With tongue and cheek " . . . Lunchtime pool shark . " Everybody should take up den iss tre " . . . The senior class bookie Famous class number . . . Future — private practice. Albert Richard Rayne Al Ocean City, Maryland . . . Washington College, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Lucky to be stuck in class of 1965 . . . Can be seen at Ruth ' s . . . Never excited . . . Good at pin-retained amalgams . . . Future — private practice. Alan Rosenfeld Rosy Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . One child . . . " Grades don ' t count " . . . Never worries . . . Smashed micro . . . Neded foil badly — put mod ' s in wife . . . Still says he ' s boss . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s. eniord Alex Michael Rudewicz RMdy Windsor, Connecticut . . . University of Hartford, B.S. . . . U. S. Navy 1950-54 . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Originator of back row com- ments . . . Hart ' s right-hand man . . . Likes monkeydontics better than pedodontics . . . Future — private practice. Robert Heller Schuckman Bob Hillside, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Played gin rummy at lunchtime . . . Nighttime Dracula for Red Cross . . . Drives impressive new car . . . Played Santa Claus for pedo department . . . Future — military service. Andrew Albert Schwab Andy Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami ... Psi Omega . . . Football 3 . . . U. S. Army 1956-61 . . . Married . . . " Handsman " . . . Did seven dentures at one time . . . " The ant " . . . Setting up practice in Miami with Lewis . . . Future — private practice. 4 Harry Benesh Schwartz Harry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Loved the rainbow room . . . Liked to outline the outlines of his outline . . . Histology drawings in art museum . . . Future — private practice. i n 1965 Paul Clark Sebastian, Jr. Paul Bethesda, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Football 2, 3 . . . Married . . . Wore sport shirts to class . . . Liked to have bridges run over by a truck before cementation . . . Never got a class schedule with 8:00 classes . . . Was almost dissected in freshman year . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Wilbur King Smith Sm ' itty Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College . . . Married . . . Very loud . . . King in the clinic touch . . . Good student . . . Future — Air Force. Psi Omega Has a soft Barry Edward Solomon Sol Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Bugs out when instructor turns around . . . Lost 100 pounds since freshman year on crash diet . . . Dr. Lu ' s friend until June . . . Future — U. S. Army. Steven Nicholas Sovich, Jr. Steve Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega (Secretary 3, Vice President 4) . . . Single . . . Has female friend in junior class . . . Big wheel in Psi O . . . Future — U. S. Army. H33 1- 1 9 ,yf s. en lord Richard Hopkins Stag Moose Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Softball 1, 2, 3 . . . Single . . . Deepest voice in class . . . Very neat . . . Gets help from big brother . . . " The Scare- crow " at parties . . . Future — U. S. Army. Lamon Arlie Stewart, Jr. Lay Takoma Park, Maryland . . . Mars Hill College and University of Mary- land . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . One child . . . " Lunchtime Lamon " . . . Leader of Silver Spring Car Pool . . . Enjoys tough competition . . . Future — orthodontics. John Francis Tintle Lurch Harrison, New Jersey . . . Seton Hall University, B.A. . . . Single . Amateur Movie Producer . . . Spent more time on plots than studies . Played Dr. Nuttall in skit night movie . . . The ringleader . . . Future U. S. Army. Allen Anthony Vessel Al Takoma Park, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . " Blood " Vessel . . . Rode with Silver Spring Crew . . . Pulled everybody through bact. . . . Still on honeymoon . . . Future — U. S. Army internship. 34K 1965 Ronald Stanley Wershba Wersh Brooklyn, New York . . . Long Island University, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . " Super Senior " . . . Expert in Crown and Bridge . . . " Mr. Sarcastic " . . . Showed up for three classes a week . . . Future — U. S. Army. Steven Martin White Steve Adelphi, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Another Silver Springer . . . Sells groceries at night ... In clinic only three days a week . . . Knows he ' s always right, he thinks . . . Future — U. S. Army. Wayne Wilson Wibby Wimpy Bangor, Maine . . . University of Maine, B.A. . . . Class President 1, 2 . . . Student Senate 2, 3 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . Single . . . Easy to find in clinic — listen for radio . . . Played fun and games with prosthetics in summer clinic . . . Foley ' s pet . . . Still rides a two-wheeler . . . Out- growing his hair . . . Future — U. S. Navy. " 53 Harold Wallace Wilson, Jr. Hal Babylon, New York . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Single . . . The quiet lover . . . Good dresser . . . Hasn ' t seen roommate since last summer . . . Good patient management . . . Future — military service. -!35]. s. eniord Larry Joseph Wisman Wiz Bethesda, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Three children . . . Man in grey flannel suit . . . Raff ' s chauffeur . . . Never misses classes . . . Loves prosthetics . . . Nice guy . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service internship. Walter Raymond Wolk Walt East Hartford, Connecticut . . . Trinity College, B.S. . . . U. S. Air Force 1958-64 . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Single . . . " The voice " . . . Was called " seeing-eye Walt " in junior year . . . Goes to Ruth ' s . . . Plans to take postgraduate speech therapy . . . Future — private practice. Lawrence Fred Yampolsky Yat7ip Hillside, New Jersey . . . University of Alabama, B.S. . . . Student Sen;te 1 . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Combs hair with a washcloth . . . " The hamster " . . . Spent junior year sitting for Schwab . . . Follows lectures with his brother ' s notes . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Edward Louis Zak Ed Greenfield, Massachusetts . . . Saint Michael ' s College . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice President 4) . . . Single . . . Bowling 3 . . . Missed a few lectures . . . Senior class social chairman . . . Good attendance at Ruth ' s . . . Drives a hot VW . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. iz y 1965 Charles Harry Zois Charlie Newark, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University . . . Psi Omega . . . Single . . . Spent summers at beach . . . Catches zzzzzzz ' s in back of room . . Has everyone else ' s crown and bridge patient . . . Future — mihtary service Vincent Joseph Zugay Vince Hyattsville, Maryland . . . Indiana State College, B.S. and George Wash- ington University, M.A. ... Psi Omega . . . Student Senate 2, 3, 4 . . . U. S. Army 1957 . . . Married . . . Easygoing . . . Did requirements on wife . . . Pedo lifeguard — rescued children from cuspidors . . . takes good notes . . . Future — private practice. 21 he c eniorS A I 1. A little glue and no one will ever know. 2. Oh well, I didn ' t have anything better to do this afternoon. 3. We have this election in the bag. 4. Tools of the trade. 5. Why don ' t you guys get your own cute patients. ' ' 6. Boy! Does this kid have halitosis. -(38 he 3 eniord OK, Frank, just don ' t get too excited. Now if you move those teeth forward 5 or 6 mm., you will have a perfect lip line. I wonder if 6 inches is too far to file this canal. 39 4. Now listen, lady, all I have to do is lower the lowers and up the uppers. 5. Did you guys hear what happened to Wibby today? 6. If I squeeze harder, maybe he will turn green. he e eniofd 1. What wise guy put corn flakes in the plaster bin? 2. Do you realize we ' re all alone in this cubical? 3. If he did that to me, I would bite him. 4. But, Doctor, let ' s make a deal. 5. At a time like this. I wish I was ambidextrous. 6. Cancel my afternoon appointments. I ' ll be at the golf course. ■{4o F rsl Row: Greenberg, Friedman, H,, Chasko, Granek, Hunt, Freedman, Graham, Hathaway. Second Row: Broth, Hart, Hanswirth, Arias, Feldman, Barclay, Barrera, Boisoneau, Bloom. Third Roir: Dorfman, Becker, Freeman, Gagne, Forno, Bradley, Dougherty, Chaput, Eldridge, Gutman, Golski, Berman, Greene, Hawse, Earnhart, Helfert, Carey, Estes, Johnson, Freiler, Donaldson, lacono, Efrom, Dent. j e iaJm mf (J ass First Row: Curcio, Maranto, McGreevy, Nachman, Oles, Raff, Zak, Schwab. Second Row: Wolk, Knoche, Klechak, Schuckman, Zois, Yampolsky, Zugay, Sebastian. Third Roiv: MacBride, Kallins, Rudewicz, Wilson, Sovich, Josephson, Mullen, Stewart, Tintle, Kaufman, White, Martin, Vessel, Katz, Meroney, Wibby. ht 0fM |tvt jL unkfi C ass President Allan Dworkin Vice President Mario DiSabatino Secretary Jurate Palubis Treasurer Anthony Bravos Student Senate Representatives Thomas Conaty James Wagner We left behind us — labs, manikins, and ivorine teeth. We have replaced the green gowns with white ones. We are The Juniors — the new clinicians of the School. This is the year of our first injection, extraction, foil and denture. The year when we scale and polish, drill and fill. The Boards were difficult; the Skit Night was a lot of work; the clinic is a constant challenge. Yet we realize that the tasks we encounter will help us further acquire insight into the principles that we will use as Seniors and hopefully as Graduates of our School. 42] Third Row: First Row: Hall, Johnson, T., Bronstein, Baylin, Broadrup, Johnson, D. Second Roiv: Abel, Esquire, Fruchter, DiSabatino,, Casey, Becker, Felps, Bochenko, Hazelton, Batlle. Eanes, Branoff, Dehey, Gandel, Goldman, Iddings, Graziano, DeLuca, Couture, Hirschberg. Heim, Gross, Green, J. C, Dworkin, Blunt, Bravos, Farrall, Garlitz, GafFney. Bianca, Conaty, Jhe Ai uniord First Row: Klein S., Vozzella, Razzano, Roseman, Rosenberg, Lerner, Coletti, Kline, Rothstein. Second Rou ' : Overbeck, Markin, Pick, Palubis, Phillips, Rose, Rabinowitz, Levin. Third Row: Zaller, Lucey, Williams, Merolla, Widlak, Winsper, Schiff, Paulk, Thome, Makoc, SoUazzo, Reichart, Romeo, Wagner, Spedden, Sidle, Parker, Kushner, Richmond, Sarubin, Noonan, Stellabotte, Lowrie, Koch. Fourth Row: Schoeb, Selznick. Magarian, Rogers, Schwenk. t t ffffl . ke Aunt uniopS 1. I think I feel a catch. 2. I can ' t seem to grind this porosity away. 3. If we ' re lucky, it will die and we can leave early. 4. 5. 6. Come on, boys, it won ' t bite you. If I send this out, I could blame the lab. We ' re going to cure that frog if it kills him. [aaY he AunL uniord 1. Those 8 o ' clock lectures really tire me out. 2. Will someone please come help me. 3. Maybe this denture will tit if I polish it long enough. 4. Betty Crocker didn ' t say this would happen. 5. Dr. Kihn, come here and check this restoration off. 6. Dr. Ramsey will love this festoon job. :45 Zke Sophomore Class President John Faniola Vice President John Vandenberge Secretary Ann Bergstresser Treasurer David Wands Student Senate Representatives Lawrence Giordano Howard Rosenberg The class of 1967 moved to sophomore status armed with dentoforms, Sutter instruments, and Elmer ' s glue. Academically we found the legendary microbiology course becoming a reality, and the first semester was filled with lab reports, lab reports, streaking plates, cram sessions and lab reports. At last we had the feeling of really being in dental school; our teachers finally talked about teeth. Technique labs gobbled up many hours of each week and sophomore conversations included such words as " Thermatrol, " " articulate, " " Nuttall carver " and " 10-95-8-14 Right and Left mar- ginal trimmers. " The class theatrical group proved itself again with its production of " My Fair Dentist. " Our class ' s winning first prize at skit night was a definite high point of the year. We surprised the fac- ulty with talent they never dreamed we had. With spring semester came term papers, an enigma thought to be escaped in dental school. Sophs were also faced with the decision of summer clinic, summer unemployment, or both. With the year drawing to a close there was a growing feeling of excitement and apprehension. It was hard to realize that with the end of the operative course the next restoration would be on a live patient. Soon there would be a person on the other end of the tooth and the screw driver would no longer be a part of our armamentarium. ■{46 J- i- f ■. i. First Rotr: Faniola, Halpern, DeVries, DeRussy, Bernsohn, Donahue, Clausen. Second Roic: Greear, Altmann, Kaiser, Hurley, Bergstresser, Kephart, Krongard, Fielding, Brand, Kramer. Third Row: Cancellieri, Gillis, Einhorn, Fader, Houck, Holston, Heffner, Gibson, Collins, Davis, Bussey, Chyzus. Fourth Row: Abrams, Belvin, Behan, Fox, Gold, Commette, Easmann, Bukzin. Giordano, Brownstein, Hutton, Fine, Dashiell. he Sophomores First Row: McCarthy, Lukowski, Soriano, Pierce, Rupprecht, Vandenberge, Lopez, Nicholson, McConnell. Second Row: Mellion, Winter, Rosenberg, H., Schoppert, Rea, Marcy, Lawson, Sweeney, Rabin, Sheehe, Vandermer. Third Row: Mintz, Mager, Zakarin, Marchand, Rosenberg, M., Snyder, Moore, Senior, Mort, Mordan, Mendelson, Wands, Starling. Fourth Row: Vendelis, Levin, Lizewski, Warner, Steinberg, Rindley, Nickel, Parmentier, Mclnnes, Litofsky, Schwartz, Low, Woods. he opk T iomore5 1. Don ' t show it to him now. It ' s time for our cigar break. 2. Here we are in crown and bridge lab. 3. Come here. I ' ll do it for you. -{48f 4. I would say that if you hit the screw, your initial penetration was too deep. 5. Don ' t look now but here comes you know who. 6. These heatless stones are great for manicures. Jhe S opk r lomored 1. The only thing holding that triangular bar in is willpower. 2. Let ' s see how we can fix this up, dear. 3. Where did the other guys in this row go? 4. Well, son, do you ha c oo cents for a new tooth? 5. You say we ran out of Sterno? 6. Say, do you know a good lab man? -{49 1 Xhe ' Jreshman Class President Joe Keefe Vice President Mike Sherwood Secretary Fred Wyman Treasurer George Carofino Student Senate Representatives George Groome Dick Walsh In September 1964, one hundred previously unacquainted persons assembled themselves into a freshman dental class. Fortunately the versatility of the group added color to the general attitude of the class from the first lecture through to the close of this first year. Having become immediately socially adjusted, the class worked together consistently from the beginning toward improving their frequently jeopardized academic status. Histology, Anatomy, Biochemistry, none of our courses were going to be easily overcome; they relentlessly hung overhead for nine long months. The challenge of textbooks was just a beginning, for we were also becoming aware of developing manual skills. Exams and deadlines, interspersed with vacations, built a complex calendar which made time move rapidly. The hurdles of our first year gradually seemed to pass, and anticipation of future years bega n to build. Spring brought, along with increased difficulty to concentrate, contemplation of three months ' vacation, and a clearer focus on the sophomore year. The Class of 1968 has completed its freshman bout. We now face our sophomore year with new knowledge and skills — we hope it is a success. [SOf First Row: Gandel, Johnson, Hill, Huther, Krischer, Landsman, Groome, Breyde, Baum, Brown. Second Row: Hayes, Dunn, Eckman, Levickas, Bousquet, Lagrotteria, Hoover, Lepore, Horwitz. Third Row: Kassolis, Denson, Goldman, M., Keefe, Brull, Alwine, Gilbert, Byers, Carofino, Goldman, S., Heher, Caderazzo, Gormley, Cruikshank, luppa, Dolgash, Blake, Blackard, Ahlfeld, Barren, Liebowitz, Lee, Brophy, Braun. j e m irnm (J ass Third Row: First Row: Petrich, Santaniello, Sherwood, Levin, O ' Mailey, Neal, Pollara, Wade. Second Roiv: Porter, Schein, Youmatz, Sherman, Smelkinson, Uhlfelder, Walsh, St. Cyr, Russell. Wong, Theroux, Wyman, Wood, Levy, Satz, Wachuk, Thibault, Weinkam, Weintraub, Trager, Taggart, Scammell, Szabo. r Jhe resh men 1. Just take a little off the end please. 2. I bid three hearts and one liver. 3. That is the freshest one we have. 4. What are you guys trying to do. ' Ruin the curve. ' 5. What ' s wrong with the color of the wax? 6. It ' s .002mm. shy. 52] Jhe resh men 1. Oh! that smarts. 2. Michaelangelo couldn ' t have done better. 3. Who left their lunch in here? 4. Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah. 5. The closer I look, the worse it looks. 6. Gee, Dental Materials lab is great fun. n HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE Student -{54 Mtlvities ■!55l oma6 Lydonioio tea I J ocleL ' i OFFICERS President Martin L. Chaput Vice President John J, Golski Secretary John M. Iacono Treasurer George E. Dent Historian , Anthony E. Curcio Sergeant-at-Arms James W. Donaldson s. eniors First Row: MacBride, Earnhart, Friedman, H. L., Barrera, Hart, Kaufman, W., Klechak, Greenberg. Second Row: Gagne, Helfert, Bradley, Dougherty, Stewart, Hawse, Donaldson, Chaput, Carey, Lofland. Third Row: Wisman, Knoche, Iacono, Mullen, Rayne, Curcio, Dent, Vessel, Golski. •{56f oma6 Kydontoioalcal J c wae L The Gorgas Odontological Society is an honorary scholastic organization estabUshed in 1 916. The Society was named in honor of Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas, an alumnus and a leading contributor to dental education and literature. Membership in the Society may be achieved in either the junior or senior year. Consid- eration for membership in the Society is based on the premise that certain academic stan- dards have been met in the first two years of the course. Monthly meetings afford members educational benefits beyond the outlined 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. J« amor 5 First Row: Roseman, Rosenberg, Blunt, Ragland, Dehey, Vanden Bosche, Baylin, Herman. Second Row: Broadrup, Heim, Rose, Feinstein,, Rothstein, Kline, Becker, Gandel, Baar, Sollazzo. Third Row: Makoc, Noonan, Bellanca, Wagner, Pick, Razzano, Farrall, Vozzella, Abel. i iy S iudent J enate OFFICERS President James E. Bradley Vice President Joseph E. Mazikas Secretary-Treasurer Martin L. Chaput The Student Senate had its beginning at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 195 2 with the primary objective of serving as a liaison between student body and the faculty. It tries to promote and maintain harmonious student-faculty relations and considers problems of common interest and recommends solutions. In addition, the Stu- dent Senate contributes to the regulation of student life and activities. Five dances are planned for the school year, including the Student Senate Mixer, three class dances, and the senior banquet and dance. The Senate also schedules annual tournaments in bowling, basketball, and Softball. -[58h ntematemitiA Council OFFICERS President Michael Oles Vice President Herschel Kaufman Secretary Joseph Mazikas Treasurer Steven Nachman The purpose of the Interfraternity Council is to create and maintain interfraternal feeUngs throughout the student body and impartially govern those activities of the fraternities connected with School regu- lations. The Council is composed of the presidents and vice presidents of each of the dental fraternities. As one of its major functions, the IFC supervises the annual two- week rushing program in February. It is also instrumental in organizing many of the sports programs at the B.C.D.S., as well as its annual spring boat ride. This year ' s officers were President, Michael Oles — Xi Psi Phi; Vice President, Herschel Kaufman — Alpha Omega; Secretary, Joseph Mazikas — Psi Omega; Treasurer, Steven Nachman — Sigma Epsilon Delta. -[59]. Xi Pit Sl iIlJ: Boisoneau, Gagne, Fieiler, lacono, Klechak, Chaput, Carey, Zak. Standing: Wolk, Hunt, Forno, Gallagher, Girard, Estes, Oles. Seated: Warner, Borden, Johnson, T., Esquire, Paulk, Coletti, Bellanca, Woods. Standing: Behan, Belvin, Moore, Lawson, Snyder, Chyzus, Clausen. ■{60h XiP 6L President .... Vice President OFFICERS Michael Oles Secretary Robert Esquire Edward Zak Treasurer Charles Gagne Editor Martin Chaput 4 61: A- 0, Tvieaa f First Row: Maranto, Knoche. MacBride, Hawse, Donaldson, Zois, Barrera, Zugay, Mullen. Second Row: Smith, Sovich, Martin, Curcio, Stag, Eidridge, Leyko, Wilson, Mazikas. F isl Row: Mclnnes, Holston, Schiff, Ragland, Graziano, Broadrup, Bravos. Second Row: Sollazzo, Heim, Phillips, Farrall, Reichart, Rogers, Baar, Parmentier. 62 Psi €, C( Ct OFFICERS ' President Joseph Mazikas Secretary Arthur Parker Vice President Stephen Sovich Treasurer Matthew Blunt 63 y tpka Ov tp wieaa Seated: Greenberg, Lewis, Yampolsky, Kaufman, H., Greene, Friedman, H. Standing: Ferris, Dorfman. V ' trsl Rote: Mintz, Schwartz, Winter, Gold, Baylin, Mellion, Zakarin, Levin. Second Row: Abel, Zaller, Rosenberg, S., Roseman, Hirschberg, Kline, P., Levin, Marchand. Third Row: Becker, S., Green, J. C, Branofif, Berman, G., Selznick, Gross, Markin, Lerner, Richmond, Kushner. Fourth Row: Steinberg, Goldman, Gandel, Rosenberg, M., Dworkin, Klein, S., Feinstein, Litofsky, Brand. ■{64}- ipka kJi m ieaa H65f 3 ii i f -[66l BOWLING zi SIGNS OF OUR TIME ■p RETURN X-RAY TUBE HEAD BACK AND yp AGAINST WALL AFTER USE. .ISWCTIP TO MTIiST CONTACT NO TOLL CALLS Do Not Use PhSSTieforelxio i i KK . A K:ccf» ' i « OOi» CtOsti WEEKLY TABULATION SHEETS PLEASE DO NOT FOLD r. JNTO SMOKING BEYOND THIS POINT NO STUDENTS iliewed Ii oW«« It pcrnlsstoe ALWAYS TAKE ENVELOPES FROM TOP OF STACK HOiXCEPTIONS PLEASE SEE INSTRUCTOR BEFORE TAK N ' PEDO.StWH CLEAN BENCH AND EQUIPMENT AFTER USE. iif ID B]r AMjj " - ALL TOOL KITS ARE TO BE STORED ON TOP OF STEEL LOCKERS AFTER 6:00 P.M. -{68h imc6 BEEN WAITING LONG? H69h 0, r til eraiiue 1. Doctor, could that red thing be the pulp? 2. You students really think up funny excuses. 3. I think we should examine this preparation microscopically. 4. Greenberg ' s Kennedy Kit. cJjenttdtpi ¥ 1. These new contour chairs are really comfortable. 2. I wish I could treatment plan a DO foil for that 3rd molar, 4. That inlay must be around here somewhere. 3. All set up and ready for a cancellation. 71 j edodovitlcs 1. Keep that mouth open or I ' ll squeeze your nose. 2. Hold still son. This hurts me more than you. 3. These MODEL pedo restorations are really X?OXZ. 4. OK girls, let ' s see if the towel treatment will work. l oei%taenoioavi 1. I hope this doesn ' t mess up my hairdo. 2. Aimed and ready to fire, sir. 4. I hope my dimple shows up on this shot. 3. I told you that was too much radiation. 4 73h Or J nu, iCLne 1. Now that you ' re finished scaling, let ' s get a surgery order. 2. Gee, I do have a hangnail. 3. ' What do you mean, his teeth are OK but the gums have to go? 4. But the dock only says 4. Vyrctl i uraer ertf 1. Elevate it right or I ' ll slug you. 2. I don ' t care if your patient is in convulsions, I ' m not moving. r 4. Goldfinger ? 3. I seem to recognize this as a former patient. 75 c, wwvi an d i5ncic f e 1. Who called me " four eyes " ? 2. O you beautiful ceramco. I " ' ' r =4 3. I sure love to photograph Dr. Tcgtmeier ' s work. 4. Dr. Dosh ' s conga line. j- wstketlcs 1. I hope Mrs. Moran likes my setup. GEORGE WASHINGTON ' S DENTURES 2. Prosthetics has one rebase If you think you can do better, why don ' t you try. ' 3. Come in. I ' m free now to check waxups. .11 LyrcLi cJ i iaano6i5 ' f 1. Would you believe it? Here is an operative patient without perio. 2. Scale her once or twice when no one is looking. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 3. How do I know where Dr. Smith is? 4. I feel good today. Get me an extrartion order. V V Lyrikodc tic onlicS 1. Hey, baby, let ' s study occlusion 2. See how easy it is to move periodontally involved teeth 4. Who is that little link that ' s with you? 3. I prefer to use the edgewise, sidewise, upside appliance. ■!79f HEADS UP Four years of Dental School have brought many changes in and on the heads of these Seniors. 1. Herschel Kaufman 2. Jack Graham 3. Charles Gagne 4. Mar ' in Becker 5. Lawrence Yampolsky 6. Jo seph Mazikas 7. Warren Granek 8. Robert Carey 9. Charles Hunt 10. Wayne Wibby 11. William Kaufman ■isoy Moments to Kemember 1 1 4 81j One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Dr. Harold Hillenbrand Secretary A. D. A. Dr. Calvin J. Gaver President Alumni Association Congressman George Fallon Dean John J. Salley Governor J. Millard Tawes Panel Discussion By DENTAL SCHOOL DEANS ■I 82}- Anniversary Celebration Dr. Kyrle W. Preis General Chairman Dr. Joseph P. Cappuccio Chairman, Scientific Sessions BREAKFAST GATHERING -183}- 1. Matt and Betsy Johnson 2. Richard Rosenfeld 3. Cynthia and Raymond Wisman 4. Dori Ann Hanswirth 5. Wesley Goodman 6. Martin, Jr. and Lisa Chaput 7. Maureen McGreevy 8. Colleen Carey 9. Tracy Lynn White 10. Michael J. Oles, III 11. Ann and Dickey Rayne • fr. ex 5». 1. Shannon Stewart 2. Scott Dougherty 3. Amy Beth Solomon 4. Laura Beth Yampolsky 5. John Frensilh 6. Andrew Schwartz 7. Louis Schuckman 8. Jimmy and Jan Bradley 9. Mark Graham Good Study Models Make a Good Impression on Patients per Set — I Upper and I Lower No. R IX— Jumbo Size $5.50 No. Rl —Large 4.75 No. R2 —Medium 4:75 No. R3 —Small 3.75 Catalog No. 33 describes many useful models and accessories. If you do not have a copy, write for one today. COLUMBIA RUBBER MODEL-BASE FORMERS Make Neat Bases on Study Models To have perfecl " ly smooth, symmetrical, nicely finished bases on your study models, simply pour plaster or stone Into formers and mount anatomical casts. After plaster has set, a beautiful set of models Is easily removed from the soft, flexible model-base formers. Directions tell how these formers enable you to make upper and lower models which occlude auto- matically. An+erior-BIte Models Made Neatly and Quickly with the NEW Columbia Anterior-Bite Model Former . . . ' -r Ideal for making models for pre- ex+rac+ion records for immediate or permanent dentures. • A special anterior impression tray takes impressions of both upper and lower together; no need for separate impressions. • Impression tray is then pressed into slot in the flexible rubber model former. With one pouring of plaster or stone a neat, sharply-outlined model of the anterior bite . . . in one piece ... Is easily produced. Neat, presentable models of the anterior bite are also advantageous In a " before-and-after " demonstration to the patient. Order today this anterior-bite model former with one tray — Cat. No. 903 — $7.50 Extra trays $1.50 each COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION " The House of a Thousand Models " — and hlome of Brown Precision Attachments 131 EAST 23rd STREET NEV YORK, N. Y. lOOlO isey a synonym for quality prosthetics (hooper 853 N. HOWARD STREET BALTIMORE 9419 GEORGIA AVENUE SILVER SPRING 87). MIDIS has become the nationally recognized Pension and Retirement program for Dentists. Now that you are entering the Dental profession, be sure that you make MIDAS an integral part of your protection, sav- ings and retirement program. It ' s not too early ... for MIDAS plays a big part in your total protection picture for your entire professional career . . . beginning with your freshman year right through your tour of active duty in the armed services . . . continuing throughout your private practice. Through MIDAS a graduate student can obtain 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 ■{88h 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. I I [ I r " =_Z)e(t « ahozatoriei, c nc. BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND Park Ave. and Franklin MUlberry 5-3044 - 3045 -A DENTAL LABORATORY INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN ' 1930 - 1965 SEGALL -MAJESTIC STUDIOS are proud to have taken the portraits for this " 1965 MIRROR " 909 N. Charles Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND MUlberry 5-5621 Portraits — Weddings CAMPUS BOOKSTORE 621 W. LOMBARD STREET (Lower Level - Baltimore Union) 9:00 ' a.m. to 7:15 p.m. Monday thru Friday TEXT BOOKS TRADE BOOKS SUPPLIES LAB COATS and GOWNS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS A large selection of paperbound books We can handle all your Special Orders -189}- Poweraif LoSpeed Handpiece HERE ' S THE DENTAL CONSOLE DESIGNED {F TO BE DESIGNED BY YOU! Borden fluotor® Hi-Speed Handpiece Modulaire ...by Ritter We ' re not kidding! The new Tri-Drive Air System gives you your choice of hand- pieces — including the new Ritter Powerair Lo-Speed, Hi-Torque handpiece. And what a line-up of accessory options -every one designed to save you time and energy: the handsome Console Cabinet, a built-in High Volume Evacuation System, the Flexarm Operat- ing Tray, Sensitron Pulp Tester — the list goes on and on. You can have all of these with the Modulaii ' e Console Deluxe. Or, you can order the basic Modulaire Pedestal and add these Modulaire " building blocks " as your practice grows. P.S. To complete your Ritter-equipped operatory, there ' s a wide choice of proven Ritter equipment: Modulex® X- ray, Ritter Lights and Chairs, th e Castle 777 SpeedClave, and more. And the Ritter Professional Equipment Plan gives you the equipment you need, right now, without a large cash outlay. Just ask your Ritter dealer. Trademark Finer Company Inc. Sensitfon Portable Pulp Tester Ritter. fe RITTER COMPANY INC. ROCHESTER, N Y U603 -{90)- is the achievement of skilled CROWN AND BRIDGE and CERAMIC Specialists at CO-OPERATIVE SlPTER This six-tooth Micro-Bond restoration enhances 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 i, storations that are anatomically correct, carved with abi;olute accuracy, exquisitely shaded, subtly stained, with precise fit. You and your patient will be pleased. " 50 Years of Preparing for Tomorrow " M Q o- OPERATIVE H H DENTAL LABORATORIES H B A R 1 ■ISA NS OF DENTAL PROSTHETICi H 4623 FALLS ROAD • TUXEDO 9-2900 • BALTIMORE 9. MD. IN SILVER SPRING — Co-operating — Silver Spring Dental Laboratories, Inc., 8127 Georgia Avenue -[911- AMERICA ' S MOST MODERN DENTAL SUPPLY STORE .. ..,. ■ ' I SBSsS i -, - mMb: - ■= ,.. ,v .- . , ■r-.- .« != wiiiHiiiiS 300 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE DENTAL BUSINESS BY OUR MORE THAN 30 EMPLOYEES. Dedicated to Serving the Dental Profession in Seven States For 70 Years • Location Analysis. • Personalized Office Planning. • Exclusive Coloramas. TU 9-4300 Jack Frazier Free Parking • Courses on Practice Devel- opment. • Training of Auxiliary Per- sonnel. • Accounting Assistance in Bookkeeping and Record Problems. 529 West 29th St. 92}- hallmark of a reliable product a guide for buyers of dental supplies Professional success in dentistry — reputation and acclaim— is earned by hard work presented with integrity, accomplished with skill, and resulting in satisfaction to patients. A dental manufacturer wins success in the same manner. Research, product development, convenience packaging, advanced engineering . . . fair prices for fine quality . . . supplies and equipment that satisfy dentists the world over because they contribute functionally to pro- fessional skill. The way to identify such products? .JVrW. Just look for this name and symbol: S.S.WHITE® SiSmd 93 Sincere Wishes for Success to the Class of 1965 Juuine i B. Benign (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. Ill College Representative 94 im extends its Best Wishes for your success and cordially invites to visit our new Laboratory at success and cordially invites you {S? 1 H 1100 East-West Highway Silver Spring, Maryland Our aim — now and always — to provide Quality Prosthetic Restora- tions for the Dental Profession. m J t: S - ji ' i ■ -yr ' }i li abJl -{95 See your CAULK man: JIM LOCK For: Locations, Office Planning, Equipment, Financing Supplies Plus Our Many Years of Experience in Helping The Young Graduate. Three Locations in the Baltimore - Washington Area to Serve You THE L. D. CAULK CO. Park Ave. and Centre St. Baltimore, Maryland 21201 SAratoga 7-5655 THE L. D. CAULK CO. 938 Sligo Avenue Silver Spring, Maryland 20910 JUniper 9-0770 THE L. D. CAULK CO. 7073-75 Brookfield Plaza Shopping Center, Springfield, Virginia 22150 451-8460 Albany — Cherry Hill — Charleston — Chicago — Fresno — Harrlsburg — Huntington — Jersey City Johnstown — Menio Park — Morton Grove — Newark — Norfolk — Oakland — Philadelphia Pittsburgh — Richmond — Roanoke — Rock-ford — Sacramento — San Francisco — San Jose Schenectady — Wheeling 96h OVER HALF A CENTURY OF SERVICE TO MARYLAND GRADUATES — A RECORD OF WHICH WE ARE PROUD. If it ' s made in America, it ' s in stock — EQUIPMENT — SUPPLIES — TEETH — Gold. Included n our inventory are — . . Locations . . Ratio of patients per dentist per community Purchasng power of community . Dental I-Q of community For Service It ' s L, M. ANDERSON DENTAL SUPPLY CO. of Florida AMERICAN MODULAR Work-and-storage centers — tailored for your operatory American Modular is not just a new cabinet — it is an entirely new idea! A complete selection of work-and-storage centers, arranged and positioned exactly where you need them for more productive, less fatiguing office hours. American Modular centers fit old or new, large or small operatories — cost less — can be installed easily. AMERICAN CABINETS HAMILTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY • TWO RIVERS • WIS. 97 1- Q Is this dentist ( ) Educating the patient? ( ) Demonstrating his professional skill and knowledge? ( ) Putting the patient ' s fears at rest? ( ) Taking the first step toward easy and accurate tooth color selection? A. ALL FOUR! % " , v- ' i The Blend Selector for Trubyte Bioblend is a unique patient education aid as well as a prosthetic aid. Your patients will quickly recognize the personalized denture service it makes possible. Show a patient how natural her denture smile can be, and you remove many of the psychological obstacles to the denture experience. And when you use the Blend Selector to evaluate the patient ' s tooth color requirements, you take the first and most important step toward final success of the esthetic restoration. ® TlRlUlBlYlTlErlgyU]r|4jM4 Multi-blended vacuum fired porcelain anteriors THE DENTISTS ' SUPPLY COMPANY OF NEW YORK • YORK, PENNSYLVANIA -{98 1- ART — Artistry n Esthetics CRAFT — Unexcelled Craftsmanship ARTCRAFT DENTAL 500 W. Franklin St., Baltimore 1. Md. F o N T rs — OK — SHAVING PARLOR o 531 West Baltimore Street Phone SA 7-9751 THE STUDENT ' S OWN SHOP Congratulations to the Class of ' 65 Black Dental Supply Co. 900 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 208 South Olive Avenue West Palm Beach, Florida CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1965 FROM HUTZLER ' S BLUE CREST NORTH L It e j e t (retain ic J abaatoti. f -{99h Throwing an Affair Is Easier Than Pulhng Teeth When SCHLEIDER Caters It for You Emerald Gardens 4210 Primrose Avenue Tel. 367-5520 Compliments of Charles Spicer Insurance — Retirement Planning Best Wishes to Class of 1965 Compliments Student Union Barber Shop DENTAL EQUIPMENT CO. " The Handpiece Shop " New and used equipment, refinishing, hand pieces and repairs Time and Motion Units 817 N. HOWARD STREET Baltimore, Md. Mulberry 5-6356 Compliments of RUTH ' S PENN. TAVERN With the Compliments of HYNSON. WESTCOTT DUNNING, Inc. • Charles and Chase Streets BALTIMORE, MARYLAND i 100}- Best Wishes To The Class of 1965 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 i 101 y Senior Arias, Juan A Box 364, Panama City, Panama Barclay, Carolyn E. (Miss) .... 611 Worcester Rd., Towson 4, Md. Barrera, Marcos H 520 S.W. 18th Ave., Miami, Fla. Becker, Marvin A 3403 Ludgate Rd., Baltimore 15, Md. Berman, Ronald J 8601 Manchester Rd., Silver Spring, Md. Bloom, Sheldon A 4401 Colmar Garden Dr., Baltimore 11, Md. Boisoneau, Gil D lOA Bluefield Dr., Manchester, Conn. Bradley, James E 8202 Houston Ct., Takoma Park 12, Md. Broth. Stuart A 5127 Sekots Rd., Baltimore 7, Md. Carey, Robert J 3928 Ednor Rd., Baltimore 18. Md. Chaput, Martin L 102 Leach St., Salem, Mass. Chasko, Joseph M 4031 S.W. 32nd St., Hollywood, Fla. Curcio, Anthony E 2302 Burnett St., Brooklyn 29, N. Y. Dent, George E. Jr 4007 Quintana St., Hyattsville, Md. Donaldson, James W 2008 Jameson St., Washington 31, D.C. Dorfman, Albert 1 708 N. Belgrade Rd., Silver Spring, Md. Dougherty, Frank T. Jr 6939 McClean Blvd., Baltimore 34, Md. Earnhart, John R 1816 E. 31st St., Baltimore 18, Md. Efrom, Leonard D 7031 Alden Rd., Baltimore 8, Md. Eldridge, William E. Ill 3708 S. Conway Rd., Orlando 6, Fla. Estes, G. Ronald I4l4 E. Muriel Ave., Orlando, Fla. Feldman, Sylvan 3611 Bowers Ave., Baltimore 7, Md. Ferris, Philip S 9316 Piney Branch Rd., Silver Spring, Md. Forno, Donald J 30 Berkshire Rd., Baltimore 21, Md. Freedman, Theodore S 1868 N. Adams, South Bend, Ind. Freeman, Nelson C 95 Lakeview Terr., New Haven, Conn. Freiler, John M 156 Prospect Ave., Maywood, N. J. Frensilli, John A 50 Oak St., Hyde Park, Mass. Friedman, Harry L 935 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 2, Md. Gagne, Charles A Main St., E. Douglas, Mass Gallagher, Joseph W 623 W. 27th St., Wilmington, Del. Geating, Frederick J 6l4 Sudbrook Rd., Baltimore 8, Md. Girard, Alan P 79 Central Pkwy., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Golski, John J 436 Catherine St., Somerville, N. J. Goodman, Richard 12 Merrill Rd., Baltimore 28, Md. Graham, Jack L 14740 Croft Ave., San Leandro, Calif. Granek, Warren 2805 Oakley Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Greenberg, Murray G 5527 Cadillac Ave., Baltimore 7, Md. Greene, Steve A 306 E. 40th St., Paterson, N. J. Gutman, Edward G 6711 Townbrook Dr., Baltimore 7, Md. Hanswirth, Ronald F 49 Lake Shore Dr., Eastchester, N. Y. Hart, John K 299 Bowlby St., Waynesburg, Pa. Hathaway, John W 1010 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 2, Md. Hawse, Richard A 2552 Sunnyside St., Sarasota, Fla. Helfert, William H 3904 Saul Rd., Kensington, Md. Hunt, Charles E 20 Cedar Ave., Baltimore 4, Md. lacono, John M 1192 Madison St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' Directory Johnson, M. Pitkin Jr 4 Taney Ave., Annapolis, Md. Josephson, Michael H 23529 Balmoral La., Canoea Park, Calif. Kallins, Har ' ey A 5332 Beaufort Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Katz, Morton 1 2922 W. Strathmore Ave., Baltimore 9, Md. Kaufman, Herschel B 106 Gordon St., Charleston, S. C. Kaufman, William E 2451 Brickell Ave., Miami, Fla. Klechak, Thomas L 3628 Valley Terr., Baltimore 7, Md. Knoche, William L 1803 E. 28th St., Baltimore 18, Md. Lewis, Martin H 244 N.W. 3rd St., Miami 36, Fla. Leyko, James N 3249 Shannon Dr., Baltimore 13, Md. Lofland, Rodger H -3509 S.W. 52nd Ave., Hollywood, Fla. McGreevy, Arnold G 8417 Loch Raven Blvd, Baltimore 4, Md. MacBride, James E. Jr E-5000 Raintree Way, Baltimore 6, Md. Maranto, Leonard L 5905 Scfton Ave., Baltimore 14, Md. Martin. John M 530 Walker Ave., Baltimore 12, Md. Mazikas, Joseph E 601 Grant St., South Fork, Pa. Meltzer, Sheldon 24 Welland Ave., Irvington, N. J. Meroney, David S 10001 Greeley Ave., Silver Spring, Md. Mullen, Robert A 283 E. 17th St., Brooklyn 26, N. Y. Nachman, Steven A 3714 Clarinth Rd., Baltimore 15, Md. Oles, Michael J. Jr 1241 Broening Hgwy., Baltimore 24, Md. Raff, Barrett J 2215 Quentin Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. Rayne, Albert R Ocean City, Md. Rosenfeld, Alan 4409 La Plata Ave., Baltimore 7, Md. Rudewicz, Alex M 800 Matianuck Ave., Windsor, Conn. Schuckman, Robert H 1434 Orchard Terr., Hillside, N. J. Schwab, Andrew A 6247 S.W. 13th St., Miami AA, Fla. Schwartz, Harry B 5610 Haddon Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Sebastian, Paul C. Jr 4910 Earlston Dr.. Washington 16, D.C. Smith, W. King 5203 Frankford Ave., Baltimore 6, Md. Solomon, Barry E 5350 Nelson Ave., Baltimore 15, Md. Sovich, Stephen N 700 S. Marlyn Ave., Baltimore 21, Md. Stag, Richard H ' . 3825 Rexmere Rd., Baltimore 18, Md. Stewart, Lamon A. Jr 8208 Houston Ct., Takoma Park 12, Md. Tintle, John F 227 John St., Harrison, N. J. Vessel, Allen A 2115 Guilford Rd., Hyattsville, Md. Wershba, Ronald S 570 Lefferts Ave., Brooklyn 3, N. Y. White, Steven M 1824 Metzerott Rd., Adelphi, Md. Wibby, Wayne W 161 l4th St., Bangor, Maine Wilson, Harold W. Jr 135 Foster Blvd., Babylon, N. Y. Wisman, Larry J 576 Yale Ave., Baltimore 29, Md. Wolk, Walter R 30 Church St., E. Hartford, Conn. Yampolsky, Lawrence F 3609 Bowers Ave., Baltimore 7, Md. Zak, Edward J 101 Maple St., Greenfield, Mass. Zois, Charles H 478 N. 7th St., Newark 7, N. J. Zugay, Vincent J 4111 Gallatin St., Hyattsville, Md. -5102 1-


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