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

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1 If ■ iRYLAND ROOM MARYLAND CC DENTIS ' JM 1 1966 Published by THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVENTH STUDENT BODY of the Baltimore College of ' Dental Surgery DENTAL SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND miw art P. Rosenberg, Editor Mitchell J. Bukzin, Business Ah President of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND DR. WILSON H. ELKINS % wn of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND JOHN J. SALLEY D.D.S., Ph.D. H2J- . Dedlcati on L. EDWARD WARNER Professor of Removable Prosthodontics The friendly smile which greets the junior as he begins his clinical experience in Removable Prosthodontics is his introduction to Dr. Edward Warner. Soon Dr. Warner ' s helpful advice and encouragement are relied on by all students. A man who has achieved the respect of his colleagues and students is truly deserving of the yearbook dedication of the Class of 1966. i Y 3tt iUemnrtam EDMOND G. VANDEN BOSCHE The Class of ' 66 expresses profound sorrow over the loss of Dr. E. G. Vanden Bosche, gentleman, devoted educator, administrator, and friend to his colleagues and students. To those who knew him, he was the personification of dignity, honor, and professional attitude. We grew to love and respect him for his impartiality, integ- rity, friendliness, and warm interest in each student. The devotion which he mani- fested towards his work, to the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, and to the student was truly remarkable, and his passing leaves a void in the lives of all with whom he had contact. Throughout his long and distinguished career he sought, foremost, to maintain the highest standards of our noble profession, imprinting indelibly in the minds of his students the importance of character, professional demeanor, and love of fellowman. The passing of time will never dim our memory of Dr. E. G. Vanden Bosche, a giant we were privileged to be able to call friend. We can only hope, as a lasting tribute in appreciation for all he has given us, that our dental careers will reflect his inspiration as we seek to attain the admirable qualities he possessed and follow the high ideals synonomous with his name. We are certain this would have been his wish. AY Jke iwor Staff EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Stewart P. Rosenberg Business Manager Mitchell J. Bukzin Senior Editors Mark M. Roseman James P. Green Photography Editors Mark Bronstein Jerome Rothstein Faculty Advisor Gardner P. H. Foley a Charles E. Barr Coordinator of Clinical Sciences William Edward Hahn Professor of Anatomy Edward C. Dobbs Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics faculty Gardner Patrick Henry Foley Professor of Dental Literature Donald E. Shay Professor of Microbiology f D. Vincent Provenza Professor of Histology and Embryology John Irving White Professor of Physiology Charles B. Leonard, Jr. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry Martin Lunin Professor of Pathology Personalities Burton R. Pollack Associate Professor of Periodontics t H v3 : 4$rt? fc " ,; k. : ' : SBE? ' jB 1 J Wilbur Owen Ramsey Professor of Removable Prosthodontics Joseph Calton Biddk, Jr. Professor of Oral Diagnosis Charles T. Pridgeon Professor of Oral Medicine Brice Marden Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery L Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Fixed Prosthodontics Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics Edmond G. Vanden Bosche Professor of Operative Dentistry William K. Collett Assistant Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology • " • r " ' - ,, rT5 . LORD HELP US IF WE EVER HAVE TO REPLACE... WHAT SORT OF MAN READS THE MIRROR ? A suave, distinguished, young dentist steering his way to success, the Mirror reader often drives up to his luxurious mansion with a gorgeous model. And the action-packed life he leads is reflected in the new automobile he buys. Facts: According to an independent survey, Mirror clocks in at 83% above the national average in male readers who plan to blow the whole loan fund on a flashy car in the next 12 months, finishes first among all magazines in car buyers planning to go convertible. Like to see your car, house or gorgeous model sell more? Advertise in the Mirror. (Source: The Mirror Rating Index, Report on Consumer Preferences, judged March, 1966.) Advertising offices: Baltimore Hyattsville Levittown Saigon Randallstown. -iiol a asses my -{12}- rronoraru Senior i tadd J resident JOSE DIAZ The Class of June 1966 is very proud to select as its Honorary Class President a man small in stature, but a giant to all who know him — Dr. Jose Diaz. Dr. Diaz ' s concern and respect for each individual tempered with his desire and ability as an educator place him extremely high in the esteem of every dental student. All the knowledge and confidence that he has imparted to us we will probably never know, but we do know that we are better for having known him. We take this opportunity to extend a special " thank you " to an exceptional teacher and friend. an Jhe Senior ( lc add President Allan Dworkin Vice President Mario DiSabatino Secretary Jurate Palubis Treasurer Anthony Bravos Student Senate Representatives Robert Broadrup John Widlak With anxiety and eagerness we first entered the Baltimore College of Dental Sur- gery. We were joining a group of three hundred students who had already made these hallowed halls their home, and now it was our privilege to participate in the very activities which bound these students to the B.C.D.S. We learned the same subjects they had been taught ... we joined fraternities to which they belonged ... we took a vital part in the activities that had become tradition at the school. But somehow it was not the same. Because we were the participants, each activity took on new mean- ing and became something marked " personal " for the Class of 1966. Now, for many, we have walked this path as students for the last time. The memories of these days which at present are so vivid in our minds will tend to fade as the years pass. But through this, our yearbook, we will relive these days, for in it is the B.C.D.S. we knew. j he ftaduatinq (j lass oj 1966 Ronald Hardy Abel Abes Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega (Vice President 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . Married . . . Took Baar ' s bet and lost . . . Came all the way from Miami to ride with Sarubin . . . Puppy . . . Spends weekends in rocking chair . . . Future — military John Charles Baar, Jr. Baron Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Bet Abel that cadaver had rocks in its head . . . Taking hula lessons . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Vicente Manual Batlle Leon Vince Hato, Rey, Puerto Rico . . . University of Puerto Rico . . . Xi Psi Phi . Single . . . High carbohydrate diet . . . Girl in every port . . . Future military service. s. emorS -U5r Michael Allan Baylin Bayles Baltimore, Maryland . . . Rutgers University . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Handsman ... No. 2, but tried harder . . . Future — military service. Stanley Leonard Becker Hands Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Chaplain 4) . . . Gorgas (Historian 4) . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Pill pusher . . . Married to class steno . . . Future — private practice. Paul Mario Bellanca Paul Wilmington, Delaware . . . LaSalle College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Single . . . Reads Sports Illustrated in lecture . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Geoffrey Malcolm Berman Geoff Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Hard luck . . . Night clerk at Holiday Inn . . . Future — military service. s |W|| ( •§. jut «• en lord -{161- Frank Joseph Bianca Frank Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . Gorgas . . . Engaged . . . Smart guy . . . Many good-looking patients Future — internship, U. S. Army. Matthew H. Blunt Matt Eau Gallie, Florida . . . Louisiana State University ... Psi Omega (Treasurer 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Treasurer 4) . . . Glee Club . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . Very thrifty . . . Took well-packed suitcase to Baton Rouge . . . Future — internship, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D. C. Thomas J. Bochenko Bo Fort Lee, New Jersey . . . Seton Hall University, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Glee Club . . . Engaged . . . Works with the wrong hand . . . Kidney stones . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Curtis G. Borden Curt Seattle, Washington . . . Washington State University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi Married . . . Two children . . . Shay ' s assistant . . . Going west . Great fisherman . . . Future — private practice. 1966 an ffa " $■ iS» ' RONALD S. BRANOFF Ronnie Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Bowling 4 . . . Married . . . Never questions an instructor . . . Accepts everything at face value . . . Future — military service. Anthony Bravos Tony Baltimore, Maryland . . . Johns Hopkins University . . . Psi Omega (Chaplain 3, President 4) . . . Mirror (Business Manager 3) . . . Class Treasurer 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Wheeler-dealer . . . Owns own golf course . . . Future — private practice. Robert Easterday Broadrup Bob Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega (Senator 2, Chaplain 3) . . . Gorgas (Secretary 3) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Section Representative 3 . . . Married . . . Quiet and competent and good . . . Silent but deadly . . . Future — private practice. Mark Richard Bronstein Sam Pikesville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Mirror (Photography Editor 4) . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Married . . . Lots of extra Colt tickets . . . Well-organized . . . Plans ahead . . . Dr. Lu ' s No. 2 son . . . Future — Perio school. s, eniorS 18)- James Francis Casey Case West Haven, Connecticut . . . Providence College, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Class Sergeant-at-arms 1, 2 . . . U. S. Navy . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . B.C.D.S. ' s All American . . . Flashy bow ties . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Alfred John Coletti Two Cup Pawtucket, Rhode Island . . . Providence College, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . U. S. Navy . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Resident of Sleepy Hollow . . . Never made an 8 o ' clock in 4 years . . . Will be the other dentist in Rhode Island . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Thomas Patrick Conaty Tom Wilmington, Delaware . . . Villanova University ... Psi Omega . . Student Senate 1, 2, 3 (President 4) . . . Football . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, . . . Engaged . . . Neatness personified . . . The Bear ' s keeper . . Future — military service. Paul Phillip Couture Kooch Fitchburg, Massachusetts . . . Saint Michael ' s College, A.B. . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Freshman year gunner . . . Was in used car business . . . Part-time vampire . . Future — U. S. Air Force. 1966 •U9f William Joseph Dehey Bill Dalton, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Gorgas . Glee Club . . . Married . . . One child . . . Lives in haunted house Gave someone 25 dollars to take his car . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Fran k Peter DeLuca Frank Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Single . . . Uses spaghetti for sprues . . . Enjoys the boat ride — but doesn ' t care if it leaves the dock . . . Future — U. S. Army. Mario Philip DiSabatino Mar Wilmington, Delaware . . . Villanova University . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Vice President 2, 3, 4 . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Married . . . Wore desert boots to Perio . . . Broke up with Conaty to get married . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Allan Morton Dworkin Big Al Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class President 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . National Guard . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . Two children . . . The great arbitrator . . . Makes crowns from solder . . . Spent a summer in Cambridge . . . Future — Pedodontic internship, Philadelphia. s, eniorS 420] Walter Clyde Eanes, Jr. Pops Laurel, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . U. S. Coast Guard 1951-54 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Good Humor man . . . Elder statesman . . . Older than the Dean . . . Future — private practice. Robert Gregory Esquire West Covina, California . . . University of Southern California, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Rush Chairman 2, Master of Ceremonies 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4) . . . Interfraternity Council (Secretary-Treasurer 3) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Single . . . Hid in the desk in Pathology . . . B.C.D.S. ' s contribution to Davis Cup Team . . . Rare M. G. . . . Slept in every lecture . . . Future — U. S. Navy. James Emanuel Farrall Jim Waldorf, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . One child . . . Great white hunter . . . Survived two years with Phillips . . . Future — military service. Jay Harris Fein stein Jay Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. Omega . . . Single . . . Pushed Felps through first 2 years . . . Future — U S. Air Force. . Alpha . Blinky 1966 n Leon Edward Felps Fep el stein Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Landlord of lower Baltimore . . . Minker ' s protege . . . Wants to condemn school to build slums . . . Future — U. S. Army. Howard Nathan Fruchter Howie Brooklyn, New York . . . Yeshiva University . . . Basketball 3 . . . Single . . . Tried out for Celtics . . . Helped control Rabinowitz . . . Heading straight for Brooklyn . . . Future — U. S. Army. Thomas Howard Gaffney Cheetah Baltimore, Maryland . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . U. S. Marine Corps, 1956-57 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Married . . . Three children . . . Starting a bus line . . . Flasks dentures without a wrench . . . Raising own Pedo. Department . . . Future ■ — ■ internship. Stephen Jay Gandel Steve Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Engaged . . . Pill pusher . . . Setting standard for his brother . . . Mr. Myopic . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. S en lord •(221. Richard Marion Garlitz Slick Cumberland, Maryland . . . University of Notre Dame, B.S. . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Poor man ' s Bob Cousy . . . Future — intern- ship, University Hospital, Baltimore. Richard Allan Goldman Richard Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Our answer to Sigmund Freud . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Nicholas Francis Graziano Nick Brooklyn, New York . . . LaSalle College . . . Psi Omega . . . Single . . An 826 ' er . . . Used one notebook for 4 years . . . Went rodent hunting . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. James Phillip Green Bi° Green o Antioch, California . . . Fresno State College, B.A. ... Psi Omega . . . Mirror (Assistant Senior Editor 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Vice President 1 . . . Married ... An 826 ' er . . . Carves little rats in spare time . . . Can drink California wine all day and night . . . Fastest golden hands in class . . . Future — U. S. Navy. 1966 2 Jay Charles Green Little Green Baltimore, Maryland . . . Washington and Lee University, A.B. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Lights out at 9 o ' clock ... Got all Big Green ' s grades . . . Official dentist for the Block . . . Future — Naval Dental Corps. Barry Benjamin Gross Baby (RF) Huey Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, A.B. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . One child . . . Afraid of damp, dark places . . . Future Whaledent representative . . . 826 ' er . . . Future — military service. Lawrence Albert Hall Lawrence Hollywood, Florida . . . Florida State University . . . U. S. Army 1957-59 . . . Married . . . B.C.D.S. ' s answer to Jimmy Clarke . . . Thought dental school was a correspondence course . . . Future — associateship. Dwight Milton Hazelton Dwight Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Richmond, B.S. . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Parks in faculty lot . Jumps on treadle . . . Never on time . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s eniorj 424 Henry Castle Heim Hank Everett, Washington . . . Washington State University, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Vice President 3, 4) ... Single . . . President of 826 . . . Real handsman . . . Extracts teeth with an X-ray machine . . . Hank, or is it Henry? . . . Future — internship, Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York City. Teaneck, New Jersey Omega . . . Single . military service. Joel Hirschberg Joel . Fairleigh Dickinson University, B.S. . . . Alpha Teaneck Terror . . . Ladies man . . . Future — John Randolph Iddings Randy Keystone, West Virginia . . . Duke University and Roanoke College, B.S. Married . . . Batman . . . Lost his heads . . . Future — internship, Veterans Administration Hospital, Baltimore. Dennis Robert Johnson Johns Hawthorne, New Jersey . . . Saint Michael ' s College . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Helped Imbach through school . . . School bookmaker . . . The other Johnson . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. 1966 -(25}- Thomas Murray Johnson T. M. Joint Dundalk, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . The other Johnson . . . Kept Kauffman quiet . . . Future — military service. Ned Meyer Kauffman Ned Baltimore, Maryland . . . Gettysburg College, A.B. . . . Married . Kept Klein in his place . . . Still on his honeymoon . . . Future military service. Jerry Louis Klein Jerry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married Three children . . . Class strong man . . . Built houses in spare time Future — U. S. Air Force. Stanley Howard Klein Stan Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Editor 3, Vice President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . National Undergraduate Representative 4 . . . Married . . . Full of interesting and informative questions . . . Kept class informal . . . Went to convention on his honeymoon . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s eniorS X Miami, Florida Alpha Omega . Hemorrhoids . Paul Sylvan Kline Paul . . Emory University and University of Miami . . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Extremely henpecked . . . Future — military service. Floyd Frederick Koch Floyd Cliffside Park, New Jersey . . . Columbia University and University of Maryland, B.S. . . . U. S. Air Force . . . Single . . . Never attended social functions . . . All female patients . . . Future — private practice. Melvin Frank Kushner Bean Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Social Chairman 4) . . . Engaged . . . Dr. Lu ' s No. 1 son . . . " Kindly suture lower lip " . . . Grew through the part in his hair . . . Future — internship, Sinai Hospital, Baltimore. David Jerome Lerner Highpockets Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Assistant Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4) . . . Single . . . Likes to take long walks . . . Specializes in used rubber dams . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. 1966 21 Harvey Ronald Levin Matz Jacksonville, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Part of Wagner ' s car pool . . . Student Union terror . . . Wife ' s full maiden name, or only part . . . Future — military service. Latson Leroy Lowrie Lee Milton-Freewater, Oregon . . . Walla Walla College, B.A. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Punctuality personified . . . Caries free . . . Deep thinker . . . Future — military service. William Joseph Lucey, Jr. Bill Weymouth, Massachusetts . . . Providence College and University of Rhode Island . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . U. S. Army Reserves 1958-65 . . . Single . . . Saw the show in surgery . . . Seminary man . . . Future — private practice. Charles Harry McCambridge Harry Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Excellent orator . . . Slow but sure . . . Prompt for 8:00 class . . . Future — private practice. J2 eniorS U Y James Leon Magarian Bear Wr Fresno, California . . . Fresno State College . . . Psi Omega (Sergeant- at-arms 3) ... Single . . . Our gift to the nurses dormitory . . . Big spender from the West . . . Saves money on sweaters — he doesn ' t need them . . . Future — military service. Walter John Makoc, Jr. Walt Clifton, New Jersey . . .Cornell University and Fairleigh Dickinson University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Single . . . President of sipping and singing society . . . High-fashion model . . . Loves dental school . . . Future — military service. Philip Sheldon Markin Feet Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega ( Sergeant-at-arms 4) . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Single . . . " Well ... " ... Always behind your right shoulder . . . All his girl friends look alike . . . Future — military service. Frank Paul Merolla Frank White Plains, New York . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . Married . . . Handsman . . . Real good golfer . . . " That ' s not true at all ' . . . Future — private practice with his father. 1966 {29 Y Jack E. Neal Jack Silver Spring, Maryland . . . Furman University, B.S. . . . Section Rep- resentative 1 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Loves whistling . . . Friends with everybody . . . Requirements supplied by family . . . Future — U. S. Army followed by internship in Oral Surgery. Vincent Charles Noonan, Jr. Vincent Clifton, New Jersey . . . Fairleigh Dickinson University, B.S. . . . Gorgas 3, 4 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Class All- American . . . Great laugh . . . Temper tantrums . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Stephen Allen Overbeck Steve Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Hides his baldness . . . Put casting ring in backwards ... Walks a mile for a Rankin . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Jurate Elena Palubis ] urate Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas 4 . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Phillips ' lab partner . . . Learned many new words . . . Became a connoisseur of the better things . . . Future — internship, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. s t emor5 w Arthur Saxton Parker, Jr. Art Cambridge, Maryland . . . Wake Forest College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Secretary 3, 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Single . . . Perfect gentleman . . . Engaged to real doctor . . . Slow but sure . . . Future — internship, University Hospital, Baltimore. Glenn Lamar Paulk, Jr. Leems Waycross, Georgia . . . Emory University, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi Married . . . One child . . . 826 ' er . . . Had to put up with Schiff Future — U. S. Navy. Douglas James Phillips, Jr. Doug Lake Worth, Florida . . . Palm Beach Junior College, A.A. ... Psi Omega (Rush Chairman 3) . . . Sergeant-at-arms 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Coached gymnastics at 826 . . . Classic cars . . . " Suddenly you ' re younger " . . . Future — military service. Karl Pick Butter Roll Aruba, Netherlands Antilles . . . University of Michigan, B. A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Softball 1 . . . Basketball 1 . . . Bowling 3 . . . Engaged ... An 826 ' er . . . Never bought a pack of cigarettes . . . The silent noisemaker . . . Future — US. Navy. 1966 ■{311- David Gerald Rabinowitz Babes Baltimore, Maryland . . . Yeshiva University . . . Married . . . One child . . . Fruchter ' s biggest problem . . . Distinct orator . . . Future — U. S. Army. Refuses to laugh Robert Nathaniel Ragland Rags Clinton, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta (President 4) . . . Single . . . Real handsman . . . Razzano ' s shadow . . . Founder of Gamma Pi Delta . . . Future — internship, University Hospital, Baltimore. James David Rawlins, Jr. Jim Seaford, Delaware . . . Tusculum College . . . Married . . . One child Avid Johnson man . . . Part-time social worker . . . One of the 27 . Future — U. S. Army, followed by general practice in Seaford. Michael R. Razzano Mike Belleview, Florida . (Vice President 4) . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . (Secretary 4) . . . Interfraternity Council 4 . . . Married Found behind the nearest Soman . . . Not too punctual at instructor ' s jokes . . . Future — internship, U. Service. University of Florida, B.S., B.A. ... Psi Omega Gamma Pi Delta . . One child . . . . . Never laughed S. Public Health s. en tor J -!32r Ronald Michael Reichart Ron Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Historian- Editor 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Eats and drinks through open bite . . . Humphrey Pennyweight . . . Future — internship, U. S. Public Health Service. Bernard Morris Richmond Bernie Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . One favorite tie . . . Sick Bay ' s crying towel . . . Professional dog trainer . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Bruce Tryon Rogers Bnice Middlebury, Connecticut . . . Tufts Univers ity ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Favorite occupation is public speaking . . . Good fudger . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Frank John Romeo Frank Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Single . . . One notebook for C B for three years . . . Reluctant part of Wagner ' s car pool . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. 1966 -133}. «- Robert Allan Rose Bob Baltimore, Maryland . . . American University . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Hard to distract from task . . . Handsman . . . First one out of lodcer section . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Mark Mandel Roseman Markie Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Secretary 4) . . . Gorgas (Social Chairman 4) . . . Mirror (Senior Editor 4) . . . Junior ADA (President 4) . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Single . . . 826 ' er . . . Mr. Methane . . . Never spread a rumor . . . Real ladies man . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Stewart Paul Rosenberg Rip Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega (Sergeant-at-arms 3, President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror (Editor-in- chief 4) . . . Interfraternity Council (President 4) . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Skit Night Chairman 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1 . . . Bowling 2, 3, 4 . . . Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football 3, 4 . . . Single . . . 826 ' er ... The show must go on . . . Doesn ' t know who " Sick Bay " is . . Won class Purple Heart . . . Future — military service. Jerome Philip Rothstein Jeny Jacksonville, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas (Vice President 4) . . . Single . . . Hides scalp very well . . . Ran the Union . . . Deacon Rothstein . . . Future — internship, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D. C. Se eniorS -{34] Murray Franklin Sarubin Murray Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Favorite expression — " Got one? " . . . Very careful driver . . . Magnificent miscast of partial denture . . . Future — U. S. Navy. James W. Schiff James Harrington, Delaware . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Class Treasurer 1 . . . Engaged . . . 826 ' s answer to Magadan . . . Makes dentures for chickens . . . Never changes his mind . . . Future — internship, Sinai Hospital, Baltimore. Richard Joseph Schoeb Dick Mount Rainier, Maryland . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Dental school ' s only millionaire . . . Travels farthest to school each day . . . Future — US. Air Force. Joseph William Schwenk Joe Woodhaven, New York . . . Adelphi University . . . Single . . . Smiling and happy-go-lucky . . . Special meetings with the Dean . . . Did same root canal as Schiff . . . Future — military service. 1966 ■{35)- Jeffrey Lewis Selznick 14 Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B. S. Alpha Omega . . . Skit Night 1, 2 . . . Married ... One child . . . Suction cups on forehead . . . More baby pictures . . . Future — military service. Walter Joseph Serwatka The Woodpecker Indian Orchard, Massachusetts . . . Holyoke Junior College and American International College, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Pledgemaster 3) . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3 . . . Single . . . Loves to wail that bass . . . Polish Resistance Fighter . . . Great orator . . . Future — U. S. Army Airborne Service. Jules Marvin Sidle Mfe K Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Gamma Pi Delta ... Skit Night 2 . . . Football . . . Married ... One child Thumbprints in the amalgam . . . Ground up Roseman ' s denture Flies home in space shoes . . . Future — private practice. Leopold Joe Sollazzo Leo North Brunswick, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University ... Psi Omega • • • Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Single ... Got a new tie from the boys . . . Well-known philanthropist . . . Holds record for farthest parked car . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. s emors -(36). George John Spedden Red Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Glee Club . . . Single . . . Lightning fast . . . Always wears coat in lecture . . . Kept Coke man in business . . . Future — military service. Ronald Joseph Stellabotte Ronald Altoona, Pennsylvania . . . Saint Francis College, B.S. . . . Married . One child . . . Very frugal . . . The pear . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Dennis Michael Thome Denny Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Single . . . Going into partnership with Vanden Bosche . . . Hot instruments in surgery . . . Future C B instructor . . . Future — post- graduate training in Oral Pathology. Raoul Carr Vanden Bosche Ray Towson, Maryland . . . College of the Holy Cross, A.B. ... Psi Omega (Public Relations Committee Chairman 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Treasurer 2 . . . Married . . . Top man in class . . . Spoke for B section once too often . . . Man of many questions . . . One of the young moderns . . . Future — internship, U. S. Public Health Service. 1966 - 37}- Salvatore Anthony Vozella Sal West Roxbury, Massachusetts . . . Boston University, A.B. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . One child . . . Survived a year with Serwatka . . . Mr. Tonsillitis . . . Really a nice guy . . . Future — internship, Wilmington General Hospital, Wilmington. Trumer James Wagner Wags Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega (Chief Inquisitor 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Student Senate 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . U. S. Marine Corps 1954-58 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Built a bridge on the wrong dies . . . Car pool is always late . . . Slept in class for 4 years . . . Mr. Consideration . . . Questions . . . Future — internship, U. S. Public Health Service. John Joseph Widlak John New Britain, Connecticut . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . Psi Omega . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Single . . . Held 4 jobs at once One of Pedo Pat ' s best buddies . . . Future — military service. Joel Hillel Wien Joel Pompton Lakes, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Still trying for a boy . . . Dr. Gilbert ' s lab man . . . Batman sunglasses . . . Future — internship, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston. £ eniorS •{38! George Holmes Williams III George Cranford, New Jersey . . . Tusculum College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Football . . . Basketball . . . Single . . . Has goif clubs that don ' t float . . . Strictest housemother in Baltimore Union . . . Wheeler-dealer . . . Future — internship, Veterans A dministration Hospital, Baltimore. Samuel Francis Winsper Sam Providence, Rhode Island . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Football . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Wheeler- dealer . . . " Button, button, who ' s got the button? " . . Wants black, green, red and yellow Etonics . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Jeffrey Stephen Zaller Zal Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Married ... In Wagner ' s car pool ... Sat alone for 2 years . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. 1966 4 39] Jhe 3 en Lord 1. Waddaya mean we ' re not real doctors? 4. I think it needs a little more salt. 2. How ' d you ever guess this is my first day in the cubicles? 5. Would it help any if I said I ' m sorry? 3. Would you believe I ' m a tartar scraper? 6. Don ' t you think you ought to lift your gown up? {40} Jhe c eniorS 1. Turn it off; Turn it off! 4. I wish he would leave so I could get back to work. 2. No, not everybody wears them, but not everybody has athlete ' s feet on the hands, either. 5. Did you ever swallow a gold fish before? 3. Not having a cuspidor in these cubicles is one thing, but these straws are ridiculous. 6. Wanna see what this baby can do when we open her up? j lie ume t C™ ss President John Vandenberge Vice President David Wands Secretary Elona Marcy Treasurer Robert Gold Student Senate Representatives Lawrence Giordano Joseph Lizewski With great anticipation and apprehension the Class of 1967 entered the clinical years. Summer clinic initiated many into the new record-keeping system and progress was slow. When the first semester began, exams came almost incessantly. The grind did not end until National Boards were over and the oral pathology course terminated. It was not until February that the Juniors were once again playing cards, passing time in the pool room, and talking about their first mandibular block injection. Who will for- get their first denture case, Class II amalgam, root canal treatment, or pedo patient? The Junior Class Skit Night showed the usual detailed preparation by the class. As June approached the shadow of exams and unfulfilled operative requirements wor- ried the majority of the class. -(42}- First Row: Clausen, Belvin, DeVries, Kramer, Brand, Fielding, Houck, Greear, Davis, Dashiell. Second Roiv: Archambault, Chyzus, Kaiser, Coramette, Bergstresser, Hutton, Gold, Bernsohn, DeRussy, Lawson, Krongard, Bukzin, Halpern, Abrams. Third Row: Holston, Gillis, Brownstein, Fine, Heffner, Kephart, Gibson, Fader, Einhorn, Giordano, Collins, Fox, Faniola. Jke Aunl an lord First Roiv: Woods, Starling, Steinberg, McCarthy, Rindley, Mellion, Rosenberg, H., Low, Schoppert. Second Row: Marcy, Mintz, Zakarin, Warner, Soriano, Wands, Pellegrini, Rabin, Sweeney, Teschner. Third Row: McConnell, Mendelson, Levin, Mort, Owens, Parmentier, Rosenberg, M., Lopez, Vandenberge, Sheehe, Senior, Mordan, Moore, Fourth Roiv: Nickel, Vandermer, Vendelis, Mclnnes, Mager, Winter, Marchand, Lizewski, Stoner, Rupprecht, Rea, Nicholson. Jhe Aunl in nor 5 1. Really ma ' m? You don ' t look Jewish. 4. Here, Doctor. I ' ll write the name for you. C-E-P-A-C. 2. They should be perfect, Dr. Morris. They took my wife three days to wax up. 5. This red wax kind of sticks to the roof of your mouth. 3. They ' re up there in Physiology sticking $100 guineas and we can ' t even get a bunsen burner that works. 6. Ole Sarge had quite a figure back in ' 29. -|44[» Jhe Aunl umorS 1. I ' ll bid two foils and raise you one DO amalgam. 2. ... and then he took me to a shop that sells saris. 3. We ' ll never get rid of this stain until you stop smoking. 4. I didn ' t ask your opinion, Doc! 5. No kidding? They really on 50 yard line? 6. And that, George, is how you cut fingernails ! -{45 j- l JL ii ofiliomMe (J ass President Joseph Keefe Vice President Michael Sherwood Secretary Robert Wachuk Treasurer George Carofino Student Senate Representatives Richard Ahlfeld Jack Taggart The Class of 1968 has the rare distinction of being the last class under the old system. Everyone knew the Sophomores as the only class in the school with green lab gowns. The year was hard — Microbiology, Physiology and Pathology took most of the night study hours; Crown and Bridge and setting teeth took any spare lab time we could find. But we seemed to get through most of it. The excitement of our first real dentistry courses, operative, endodontics, and periodontics, was somewhat dimmed by finding out the freshmen knew as much as we learned. Next year a patient will replace the endoform, and no more new teeth can be bought. The Class of 1968 looks forward to clinical dentistry. -{46 ' r »i IS ' pPF vr v i ». First Row: Litman, Neal, Walsh, Weinkam, Weintraub, Uhlfelder, Trager, Looney, Marien, Levy. Second Rote: Santaniello, Seif, Sullivan, A. ,0 ' Mailey, Thibault, O ' Leary, Porter, Levin, Schein, Pierce, Russell, Rowe, Pollara, Petrich, Scott. Third Row: Sweeney, Sherwood, Satz, Taggart, Smelkinson, St. Cyr, Theroux, Sullivan, R., Scheiner, Scammell, Massing, Mulvihill. Jhe Sophomores First Row: Gandel, Blackard, Brophy, Heher, Levickas, Iuppa. Second Row: Braun, Breyde, Barren, Baum, Bousquet, Krischer, Hoover, Hill, Brown, Bryson. Third Row: Lepore, Leibowitz, Lagrotteria, Huther, Denson.Calderazzo, Kassolis, Johnson, Dolgash, Blake, Goldman, M. Fourth Row: Horwitz, Dunn, Eckman, Keefe, Cruikshank, Dillon, Alwine, Byers, Gormley, Ferraris, Landsman, Ahlfeld. n ■t wrlf ' ! I IP f Jhe S oiph r o moped 1. I just exposed the screw. 2. He said I was equally bad with both hands — ambidextrous. 3. How can we be 3 months behind? We ' ve only been here 4 days. 4. And they gave him a thousand dollars for excellence in teaching! 5. Waddya mean you ' re supposed to heat this ring first? 6. Okay, what wise guy put fish food all over my desk? ■{48Y Jli e S opli orn ores 1. Let ' s see — that freshman said to do it this way. 2. I used Class III Elmer ' s glue foil retention. 3. Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking . . . 4. What ' s the technique for getting your thumb out of the acrylic ? 5. The Jungle Green Giants. 6. And without further ado ... It gives me great pleasure. 19 j he j iesman C ss President Thomas Egan Vice President . Melvin Steinberg Secretary Bernard Dormer Treasurer Thomas O ' Sullivan Student Senate Representatives Ronald Askeland John Moffitt On a hot September day the Freshman Class was introduced to a new concept in dental education. Enthused by the honor of being the pilot class for the revised curriculum and inspired by the hope that we might find ourselves in the new dental school building before graduation, we ventured forth to solve the maze of instrumentation and terminology provided by Anatomy, Biochemistry, Histology and Basic Dental Science. Fortunate to find within its ranks exceptional administrative ability, our class reached a firm unity primarily through the efforts of its capable officers. This unity was reflected academ- ically not only in each individual ' s desire to succeed but also in his concern for the scholastic success of the class as a whole. Socially, Freshman unanimity was displayed in the overwhelm- ing support given to the many and varied class functions. Highlights of the social calendar were the Class Dance and our entry in the Annual Skit Night competition. So now we turn our eyes to the future. Facing our Sophomore year, we still possess the enthusiasm and inspiration of that first September day. But more important than these is our newly acquired trait: We stand united! -[so y I il First Row: Heffron, Campbell, J. J., Brenner, Dormer, Egan, Gioffre, Londergan, Dickes. Second Row: Kessler, Layton, Frank, Feldman, Bradway, Eisman, Brave, Byrne, Lambson, Davis. Third Row: Facius, D ' Amico, Ezrine, Kirson, Berg, Macht, Auger, Killian, Bohince, Knotts, Hill. Vourlh Row: Duggan, Carroll, Curland, Loverdi, Bucheister, Askeland, Baker, Bishop, Bullock, Chaput, Henshaw, Mankovich. Jhe rredh rednmen First Row: Warren, O ' Sullivan, Rokoff, Tomosivitch, Smith West, Trefethen, Rizzolo, Waldman. Second Rotr: Wanner, Prager, Title, Taylor, Steinberg, Weiner, Schwartz, Schlesinger, Wood, M., Rockoff. Third Row: Chamberlain, Maroshek, Schoenbrodt, Pellarin, Scott, Radell, Pulliam, Quillian, Martin, Mitcherling, W., Mitcherling, J., Vallillo, Rotman. Fourth Ron ' : Campbell, J. C, Sartorius, Rubin, Meile, Payne, Reeder, Morris, Moffitt, McCausland, Morganstein, Porter, Stefen, Winebrenner. P Jke jrredh men 1. I can ' t grade your work until you have your name tag on. 2. Oh no ! He broke the slide again ! 3. I ' ve tried those mouthwashes, sir, but they all taste like soda pop. 4. They said fill it with that silver junk. 5. Take it out now — no one ' s looking. 6. Maybe it ' s a wrist watch; maybe it isn ' t. WY Jhe J re$h men 1. I ' m pretty sure that radiolucency is cleidocranial dysostosis. Don ' t you agree? 2. Who asked for your opinion? 3. You ' ll never be a dentist if you ' d have bid two hearts. 4. When I said to put on a napkin I meant the patient, Doctor! 5. This would be easier if my nose didn ' t get in the way. 6. Was that an MOD on S or an SOB on M? -{53r REFLECTIONS 7Mk One of tha fno t boring fecture I ' ve, ej er attended. " ' You know Mr. Ferd, I think weVe. going to do wonderfully. " Arciivitie5 oraaS vJdontolo v ica I J ociet i President Michael Razzano Vice President Jerry Rothstein Secretary Robert Broadrup Treasurer Robert Ragland Historian Stanley Becker £ emorS First Row: Vozzella, Sollazzo, Broadrup, Heim, Rose, Palubis, Reichart, Klein, S., Bianca. Second Row: Neal, Noonan, Makoc, Blunt, DiSabatino, Roseman, Bellanca, Becker, Baar, Kline, Baylin, Rothstein. Third Row: Pick, Thome, Razzano, Vanden Bosche, Ragland, Branoff, Wagner, Green, J. P., Rosenberg, Gandel, Dehey. -{56J- oma6 vJdovitoloQlcal S )t let t Membership in the Gorgas Odontological Society signifies outstand- ing academic achievement and leadership in our school and our profession. Each year invitations for membership are given to those juniors and seniors who stand in the first thirty percent of their class. The Society, formed in 1916, is named in honor of Dr. Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas, an outstanding graduate of the school who was a widely recognized leader in the field of dental education. Monthly meetings afford members education benefits beyond the outlined dental school curriculum through the presentation of guest speakers. Each year at the spring formal senior members are presented with a key and a certificate. The faculty advisor is Dr. Jose E. Medina. umors First Row: Vandermer, Zakarin, Mager, Belvin, Gold, Rosenberg, M., Fielding, Greear, Rabin. Second Row: Soriano, Wands, Pellegrini, Commette, Be rgstresser, DeVries, Collins, Senior, DeRussy, Holston. •{571- Student Senate President Thomas Conaty Vice President Jack Faniola Secretary-Treasurer James Wagner First Row: Moffitt, Broadrup, Conaty, Faniola, Egan, Askeland. Second Row: Dworkin, Widlak, Lizewski, Giordano, Wagner, Vandenberge. The Student Senate under the leadership of its president, Thomas Conaty, vice-president, Jack Faniola, and secretary-treasurer, Jim Wagner, has moved into an area of rejuvenated activity in 1966. The primary function of the Senate is to establish rapport and maintain communications between the student body and the faculty. This year it has endeavored to promote this function with new vigor. Joint meet- ings were held between the student affairs committee of the faculty and the Senate each semester to discuss mutual problems. In addition every month the Senate president and the four class presidents have had luncheon meetings with Dean Salley and other members of the administration to shorten the communications gap which has existed between the students and the administration. This year ' s Senate has been the most vigorous in recent history not only in relentlessly promoting lines of communication, but also in passing meaningful legisla tion. A summary of major legislation and activities which have been enacted in 1966 include the following: A bill providing for the establishment of a central filing system for all class notes to be under the directorship of the vice-president of the Senate with the aid of the vice-presidents of each class. A revised orientation program which extended over a four-week period, and gave the freshmen some idea of what they could expect in the next four years. The Senate has acted and will continue to act as a disciplinary board in cases of student misdemeanor while attending school functions. For the first time an organized basketball league under the directorship of Dick Garlitz involving full participation of every class was formed. A formal request was made to the board of regents concerning the improvement of facilities of the Health-Sciences library. The Student Senate was organized in 1952 with the primary objective of serving as a liaison between the 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 Student Senate contributes to the regulation of student life and activities. Five dances are planned for the school year, includ- ing the Student Senate Mixer, three class dances, and the senior banquet and dance. The Senate also administers a short-term loan fund. Tournaments are annually scheduled in bowling, basketball, and softball, under its direction. {wY nterwatemitu L c ovivicix President Stewart Rosenberg Vice President Anthony Bravos Secretary-Treasurer Robert Esquire (f££S. The purpose of the Interfraternity Council is to create and maintain interfraternal feelings throughout the student body and impartially govern those activities of the fraternities connected with school regula- tions. The Council is composed of the presidents and vice presidents of each of the dental fraternities. It is the main function of the IFC to supervise the annual rush program in February. The Council also plays an important role, how- ever, in the organization of the various sports programs at the B.C.D.S., and sponsors annually a September swim party, a Halloween dance, and a spring boat ride. The IFC, in addition, awards a trophy, each year, to the senior who is voted by his class as having been most out- standing in student activities during the four years at dental school. 59 V amma Pi J)eIk President Robert Ragland Vice President Henry Heim Secretary Michael Razzano Treasurer Matthew Blunt , j ■ Dr. Tack C. Morris Advisors ,-. i „ Dr. Sham D. Soman First Row: Blunt, Broadrup, Heim, Steinberg, Branoff. Second Roiv: Williams, Zaller, Ragland, Razzano, Klein, S. Sollazzo, Sidle, Bronstein, Kline, Gross. Third Row: Dr. Soman, Rosenberg, M., Palubis, Bergstresser, Collins, Commette, Warner, Rabin, Wands, Pellegrini, Dr. Morris. Fourth Row: Becker, Gandel, Dworkin, Belvin, DiSabatino, Romeo, Coletti, Vozzella, Winter, Lopez, Wagner, Zakarin. Gamma Pi Delta was chartered in 1965 as an honorary student dental organization with scholarship and interest in the field of pros- thetic dentistry as a basis for admission. Gamma, the Grecian letter for G, stands for the name of Dr. Grayson Gaver, a man who loved and dedicated his life to the cause of prosthetic dentistry. The organiaztion has for its objective the advancement of prosthetic dentistry through lectures, table clinics and other academic activities, with its main theme directed toward stimulating the creative interest- of the profession in general. 60r- B, a D. s. GLEE CLUB First Row: Schoppert, Giordano, Kephart, Gillis, Brownstein, Bousquet, Looney, Hutton. Second Rou : Rosenberg, H., Dehey, Clausen, Belvin, DeVries, Blunt, Spedden, Fielding, Bochenko. The reorganization of the Dental School Glee Club took place this year, under the guidance of Dr. William K. Collett, Professor of Radi- ology. Edward Gillis was elected director of the group composed of students in all four classes. A Christmas Concert was presented in the Union for all Baltimore Campus students as well as in the Clinic, and a concert for the Womens ' Rotary was presented. The Glee Club also participated in Skit Night this year, and has been well received in all its endeavors. [61 rtpka Lsi r meaa First Row: Gilbert, Schwartz, Rosenberg, H., Brand, Mellion, Steinberg, Mintz, Rindley, Krischer. Second Row: Pick, Brownstein, Halpern, Bernsohn, Levin, S. P., Gold, Winter, Marchand, Mager, Heffner, Gillis, Zakarin, Rosenberg, M. Third Row: Levin, S. C, Trager, Goldman, S., Gandel, L., Breyde, Weintraub, Bukzin, Schein, Uhlfelder, Goldman, M., Barren, Baum. First Row: Levin, Kline, Roseman, Rosenberg, Markin, Rose, Rothstein, Baylin. Second Row: Richmond, Sarubin, Berman, Overbeck, Green, J. C, Felps, Abel, Branoff, Becker, Zaller. Third Row: Gross, Feinstein, Dworkin, Goldman, Gandel, Bronstein, Klein, S., Selznick, Wien. {62Y ripka Ov ip meaa t President Stewart Rosenberg Vice President Stanley Klein Secretary Mark Roseman Treasurer David Lerner f JTrl Assistant Secretary Douglas Mellion Assistant Treasurer Marshal Bronstein Historian Robert Gold Chaplain Stanley Becker -(631- Xi Pit First Roiv: Lizewski, Warner, Borden, Johnscn, T. M., Bochenko, Paulk, Battle, Serwatka, McCarthy. Second Row: Scott, Lukowski, Hurley, Clausen, DeRussy, DeVries, Esquire, Belvin, Lawson, Commette, Giordano, Calderazzo. Third Row: Chyzus, Rea, Sweeney, J., Faniola, Alwine, Behan, Bellanca, Woods, Coletti, Wands. iCA ' r President Robert Esquire Vice President Vincent Rea Secretary Bruce Belvin Editor Xi pii Treasurer Alfred Coletti Assistant Treasurer Daniel DeRussy Reverend Monitor David Wands Lary Giordano i n ' ■- ft 0, meaa First Row: Rogers, Romeo, Reichart, Ragland, Vanden Bosche, Sollazzo, Thome, Razzano. Second Row: Magarian, Green, J. P., Graziano, Spedden, Broadrup, Parker, Baar, Wagner. Third Row: Widlak, Blunt, Heim, Phillips, Williams, Bravos, Schoeb. First Row: Neal, P., Kaiser, Rupprecht, Schoppert, Vendelis, Vandenberge, Giglio, Hill. Second Row: Hutton, Gormley, St. Cyr, Mclnnis, Greear, Holston, Bussey, Gibson. {66Y Psi €. me ' fa President Anthony Bravos Vice President Andrew Vendelis Secretary Michael Razzano Chaplain Treasurer James Farrall Historian Ronald Reichart Editor Arthur Parker . . . Robert Broadrup IS i ! V A .♦»♦•♦« •♦•♦« • — ■ »t«I«5 £« ' I •{67h SKIT {6 y NIGHT {69 y n nTiMMurr mmvaTlAl SENIOR BANQUET {10} imc$ " {71 I- c wwvi an d djridt 9 e 1. Well, we gambled and lost. Get me a surgery order! 3. Son, this man needs preventive dentistry. Extract ' em all! 4. I wish they would let me help them more. Any prosthetics 1. I just adjusted his wertical. 2. See how natural it looks with the right cuspid overlapping the left central? 4. Now where in the heck did I put my glasses? 3. Come on Dr. Morris, laugh one more time. It breaks me up. -(73}- IQc oent enolo n 3. That ' s the pudental radiolucency. 1. Could you believe he asked me to get up. 2. Yes, it ' s an English Lint finch. 4. This is a helluva way to light a cigarette. -{74J- I edodontics 1. Okay, sweetheart, open your widdle moufie and wet the doctor put the widdle toofie to sleep with his 6 inch razor- sharp needle. 2. Pretty funny joke, huh? I can get you a whole book of them for $5. What do you say? 4. If you promise to be good, I ' ll let you sniff the glue in this 3. When I touch it with my finger her face lights up. box. -{75 V ill eralive 1. You want one of us to go out there. Now? Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Beat it kid! 2. I know it ' s a weird habit, but I can ' t work without my tongue in a cup. 3. I ' m sorry, sonny, but I have a date Friday night. 4. Now that was number 5 across the board for two grand, right? 16Y eJ-JentiAtr ¥ 1. As soon as my nail polish dries we ' ll start drilling, honey! 2. It was silly to come all the way down here to get me. Dr. Van ' s right up there already. See, sir, it ' s your signature. MOD silicate on number 32. 3. If you ' re going to respond like that, lady, I won ' t tell any more jokes. Jrtkodt tit onucs 1. Yes, gentlemen, this is our first orthodontics patient since 1964! 3. Just a small party . say, honey? You, your girl friend, and us. Waddya 4. I ' d say serial extractions — molar to molar. 78 1. Not THE James Bond! 2), iaanodid 9 2. Should we watch the movie or " Peyton Place? 3. And he swears he ' s reached menopause! 4. I still don ' t know where Dr. Smith is. -{79}- Or J flU, icine 1. Interproximal crater? They ' re dentures, sir! 2. Normally we leave the spleen intact in this procedure, but 3. Now don ' t get upset, sir; but when I removed the pack, the 4. But I thought " Barnacle Scraping and Related Gum Stuff ' teeth came out with it. would make a pretty catchy thesis title. { 80 Or J Wed, icine 1. Instead of wasting all that gutta-percha and cement, let ' s just cover the holes with Scotch tape. P 2. Lick my head one more time and I ' ll fail you in the course. V W r T JjB v f I " » 5 ' 1 Kflh 3. Meanwhile, we ' re in here shooting the bull, and there ' s ten 4. Now watch how I do this quadrant without even looking guys out there fudging cultures. at the mouth. 4811- vVrat 3e urcier qery 1. Okay, you and Mary take the double and I ' ll take the single with the bath down the hall. 2. When I say go, get up and jump backwards out of the chair 3. Doctor, your elevator is in her ear. 4. The pompadour ' s fine, but I ' d take a little more off the top. 4 82] ea turns SOUND STAGE 31 SET 3 ISN ' T THIS MORE LIKE A MIRROR READER? -{S3! We ' ve been here four years and have yet to see An explorer with a point The rubber bowls we bought in the Freshman year A sharp hand instrument Sarubin and cigarettes A toothpick wedge A unit in the cubicle area that works A sophomore paper without spelling mistakes A 5 -tooth rubber dam A sterile file or reamer A crown and bridge notebook and notes in it The entire class at the same lecture Anybody return a borrowed instrument A patient who didn ' t need perio (even denture wearers) A neat Kennedy kit Instruments left in Zephiran for over 30 seconds A modified crochet hook for removing compound and clamps A student who knows what " too much torque " means A % crown (that fit) made from a copper-tube impression An Operative Instructor on the floor when we needed him The developer changed in Endodontics The use of an electroplater A unit swabbed with alcohol A platinum foil An engine belt in Prosthetics An acceptable plaster wash impression on the first try A surgery instrument that cuts A more valuable instrument than a penknife Larry Hall come to lecture on time An inlay without a catch A bigger waste of time than Oral Medicine Assignment One room in the entire school where smoking is legal The lost Physiology Exam An orthodontic patient that wouldn ' t take too long to treat A student in Dr. Lu ' s chair A 3 -minute egg timer for silicates Red and blue pencils for Perio and Prosthetics Dr. Smith Anybody change his zephiran Practice management ever mentioned in the Practice Management Course Two inches of clear bench space in the senior lab A physiology experiment completed before the animal died The Jet acrylic when you needed it A patient who could brush his teeth the way we taught him -{84}- GENERAL PRACTICE CLINIC PATIENT QUESTIONNAIRE 1. Do you believe you have developed a better rapport with the student or is the chair comfortable? Circle one or more: a. Yes e. Always b. No f. None of your business c. Maybe g. a, b, and c d. Sometimes h. g, e, and h 2. Do you feel the quality of service performed has improved over and above that still to be performed or do you bring your lunch? a. Yes (If yes, do you agree?): b. No a. Yes c. All of the above c. 1, 2, 3, and 4 b. No d. a and c 3. Have you found that the student has been able to devote more attention to you or do you take A. C. T. H. ? a. The statement is true but the reason is false. d. The question stinks in entirety. b. The statement and reason are both reasons. e. All of the above. c. The statement is funny but the reason bombed. 4. Do you like the presence of a dental assistant or does high speed hurt your ears? (Match the left hand column with the right. You may use each answer more than once. Of course, then again, you may not.) 5. Do you follow a plan of regimented oral physiotherapy or do you have puffiness under the eyelids? (Answer True or False.) 6. Does anyone in your family have a history of rabies, leprosy, yaws, Rickettsia Tsutsugami chi, rice-water fever, or hangnails. a. Only when I laugh c. True b. Only after a heavy meal d. False 7. Do you take A.C.T.H., F.A.C.D., B.V.D, C.B.S., A.B.C., N.B.C., P.A.B.A., D.I.F.C.O., B.C.D.S., or N.A.C.? a. Never on Sunday b. The statement is true but the reason is ungrammatical c. Positively maybe d. Only in chairs 45-53 8. Do your ankles swell when you knit or do you wake up with your teeth together? (Answer True or False) 9- What is your bowling average? 10. How often do you brush your teeth? a. After taking DIFCO c. When I wake up with my teeth together b. When my eyelids get puffy d. When I leave my comb at the office 11. Do you have, have you had, or will you ever get a. Bad blood d. Athlete ' s feet g. True b. Good blood e. Red blood h. False c. Fair blood f. Blue blood i. Acne 12. Are you allergic to penicillin, dental floss, neatsfoot oil, leeche nuts, Eutrombicula alfreddugesii, or menopause? 13. I feel the student to whom I have been assigned is: a. Marvelous c. Wonderful e. Considerate b. Fabulous d. Handsome f. A real dreamboat Check one: a. a, b, c, d, e, f b. All of the above -fas: GO YTAR- PAY $2000 TUITION AND FEES $ ANNOUNCEMENT CONVERT TYPE A OR B OJ3 CHART TO OLDER CHART AND BEGIN S£TN 6R YEAR AGAIN TUNE 1 - SEE 7Hf FIRgT 9hT £HT SF sew OR. 7£AR- cANCEL SERVICE, irrru N, or paactke PLANS ANO GO BAcJcTO GO " INSTRUMENT T X PAY DEALERS 8000% PROFIT ORAL MEDICINE PiS KbNWENT - DIGN ' T KNOW TWr DEfltinibti of= a pocjcet " - look Ashamed And go 6Ac 5 spaces CHANCE u o CONVERT NEWEST CHARTS TO TYPE " A " OR " ft " OLD CHART — AlOVE- UP 5 SPACED CONVERT NEW CHW7TS TO NEVJER. 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SCHOOL IN OREGON - fV||ss ZO TUR V5 LAST AJEU.RO EXAM- CANCEL SUMMER PLANS And go 6Ack ?. SPACES MED)N " S — — ■ — OFFiCET EAR CUT OILT THE CHANCE CARDS FR-orvi THE NEXT PAGE, TAKE SOME NEM U-TAL, AND YOU ' RE REAPY To PLAY NOTE : ALLOW flT LEA. iT 16 Y£flRS FOR COMPLETION CO o T o o g OR. WflsTROLA fU.LLS OU,T CUssffl fo L- LOSE S TURNS, GO SACfc 3 SPACES, BU.Y A NfW EXPLORER. v))CfcO LAB - UNKNOWN IS CONWMiNArEB, 6u.T YoLt GUESS RIGHT ANYWAY— TAKE MOTHER. TU.RN PARTIAL PROSTHETICS LAS- S7TAN0 W BAC ROW OR. GO PLAY BASKETBALL t? GHANCET u o OPERATIVE LAS TAX PAY 60 7er lab LRST P£DO. L 3 GET P-16LD FROM CLASSMATE ArtD CAST SPACE- A1AIMTAIMER. TO GE=T A GIFT " D " IN THE COURSE YEAR CHE k. OCCLUSION ON LAsr bridge-- cancel SUMMER, PLANS AND GO SAck. q spftc£S ' chance: u DR. MAXVJEUL BEATS DR. " VftN " TO TOUR L16HT, IMoME AHEAD 0 SPACES ONLY PATIEAJT CANCELS 7 APT5 IN A ROW— BE HAPPY IT WASN ' T 8- BUT GO 6ACK S SPACES FIRST AND ONLY PATIENT fiiSSICmO thinx twice p16out taking another turn SMOKING 87] CHANCE CARDS You got a copy of the first anatomy exam. Move up 3 spaces. You broke your box of his- tology slides. Pay 750 dollars and lose 3 turns. You now have 4 rubber bowls. You may trade one for one of your partner ' s extra spatulas and move up 1 space. You have just been called to the board to answer a Bio- chemistry problem. Move back 10 spaces. Your urine bottle broke in your locker. Go back 2 spaces. Your maid threw out your bone box. Pay 200 dollars and go back 3 spaces. You ' re color blind and failed Biochemistry lab. Go back 4 spaces. You got caught gluing in your Class III foil. Pack up and go home. Your dog died in Physi- ology lab after the first fifteen minutes. Leave early and move up 1 space. You have to sit through Mrs. Stahling ' s saliva lecture. Out of pity you may advance 3 spaces. You spilled Clostridium Botulitum in your lab part- ner ' s lunch. Use his synopsis of infections and go ahead 3 spaces. You did your Pedo. prepar- ation in your hand and pol- ished it on a lathe. Your grade was a 65 — highest in the class. Move up 5 spaces. You ' re ready for the clinic. Your class just sold your back exams to the freshmen for 250,000 dollars. Take your cut and move up 10 spaces. You got a 20 on your slide box evaluation. Take a " D " in Micro and go back 10 spaces. You began your first speech with " and without further ado. " Go back 5 spaces. Dr. Clement changed your Junior and Senior gold foil requirements to amalgam. Go back 37 spaces. It takes 8 hours and 36 minutes to put on your first rubber dam, and you ' re certain you ' ll never graduate . . . You ' re right! Drop back 15 spaces, you spastic! You spent all day polishing a 97 point amalgam only to have to tear it out because Dr. Formica says it ' s too shiny. You ' ve taken 133 copper tube impressions of a prepara- tion without success, but you can ' t take a rubber base be- cause you haven ' t had the lec- tures yet. You cheated on your Endo culture and it came out posi- tive anyway. Go back 5 spaces. The patient passes out as you place a napkin around his neck, but Dr. Beaven won ' t give you an anesthesia order. Go home for a few days. Dr. Rankin plugs a 3mm. catch on an inlay with amal- gam and gives you an A. Move up 20 spaces. You called tartar calculus in Crown and Bridge. Go back 3 spaces. You called calculus " tartar " in Perio. Go back 3 spaces. Mrs. Moran refuses to check off your denture waxup. Go back 5 spaces. You lost your Colt tickets and failed Crown and Bridge. Go back 10 spaces. You got lice at Western Health. Go see Dr. Ogden (from 12:29 to 12:29.8 on rainy Thursdays) . You spouted off at O.P.D. and got punched out. Go back 3 spaces. You wore desert boots on Oral Medicine assignment. Walk the plank. From September 1 to May 30 they told you not to worry about requirements. It ' s now June 1 and you aren ' t worry- ing any more. You ' re a Junior again. You had to change instruc- tors for a final denture adjust- ment. Move back 10 spaces and take new compound im- pressions. You waxed up 4 partials the day after the lab money ran out. Lose 5 turns. 1. Harry and Margaret McCamb ridge 2. Monica Lynn Rawlins 3. Richard and Nancy Anne Schoeb 4. Tommy, Theresa and Vincent Gaffney 5. Lisa Marie Razzano 6. Laurie Noonan 7. Bobby Johnson 8. Lori Karen Selznick 9. Barton Jay Sidle 10. Deborah Beth and Lori Ann Wien 11. Merritt Beth and Karen Jill Dworkin 12. Shari Rabinowitz 1. Douglas Lowrie 2. Mary Louise Dehey 3. Deborah Marie and Rebecca Lynn Wagner 4. Lisa Michael and Dwight M. Hazelton, III 5. Joseph Paul Stellabotte, II 6. Laurie Ann Vozzella 7. Jacquelyn Coletti 8. Brett and Dali Borden 9. Katrina Ann Farrall 10. Amy Beth Sarubin 1 1 . Karen, Marianne and Kelly Kline 12. 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