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

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-1 lEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY INIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE lARYLAND ROOM MARYLAND CQLLECTIO DENTISTRY THE I 1967 MIRROI Published by THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHTH STUDENT BODY of the Baltimore College of ' Dental Surgery DENTAL SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Mitchell J. Bukzin, Editor Richard J. Walsh, Business Manager PmiJeni of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND DR. WILSON H. ELKINS . of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND JOHN J. SALLEY D.D.S., Ph.D. iiy irJUedl tl cuiion DR. WILBUR O. RAMSEY Professor and Head of Removable Prosthodontics We of the graduating class have come to I ' eahze that the Depart- ment of Removable Prosthodontics offers an environment of ideal stu- dent-faculty rapport. Within the department can always be found the spirit of tolerance and dedication so essential to effective education. We, therefore, take great pride in dedicating this yearbook to the head of the department. Dr. Wilbur O. Ramsey, a man of untiring dedication and consummate clinical skill. We are the beneficiaries of his talent, his humor and his humanitarianism and we are privileged to call him a friend. Jose E. Medina Ass slant Dean J a c u I i tj Charles E. Barr Coordinator of Clinical Sciences M» !|| | ™ 1 ' •% ' r D-i, m t T «« «» ' II xdl E mm H l Bt l ■ j B I Hfl I William E. Hahn Professor of Anatomy Edmond G. Vanden Bosche Associate Professor of Operative Dentistry Burton R. Pollack Professor of Community Dentistry Joseph C. Biduix, Jr. Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology Martin Lunin Professor of Patho D. Vincent Provenza Professor of Histology and Embryology Donald E. Shay Professor of Microbiology RiLEv S. Williamson, Jr. Professor of Restorative Dentistry Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Fixed Prosthodoiitics Ji c d a e fi s Charles T, Pridgeon Professor of Oral Medicine Wilbur O. Ramsey Professor of Removable Prosthodontics Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics John S. White Professor of Physiology Frank M. Ganis Associate Professor of Biochemistry Edward C. Dobbs Professor of Pharmacology William K. Collett Assistant Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology Donald J. Forrester Associate Professor of Pedodoiilics Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral S irgery d c u i i t Dr. Jose H. Diaz Dr. Kenneth R. Rankin Dr. Russell Gigliotti Dr. Edwin L. Maxnx ' ell Dr. Rodger F. Sisca Dr. Frank W. Mastrola, Jr. Dr. Hugh M. Clement, Jr Dr. John R. Dopson Dr. Francis A. Formica, Jr. " " — ' 1 ' ' - ' P B r « — 1 F p H J H 1 M DR, STERRETT p. BjEVIN Dr. Robert W. Haroth Dr. George Orlove Dr. Frank C. Jerbi Dr. L. Edward Warner Dr. Sham D. Soman Dr. Jack C. Morris Dr. Ralph J. Gordon Dr. Maurice S. Rodgers Dr. Peter McLean-Lu Dr. Dean C. Johnson Dr. Stanley H. Dosh ) Dr. Marvin M. Gr. ham Dr. Glenn D. Steele Robert W. Whitney, C.D.T. Dr. Irving I. Abramson Dr. J. Phillip Norris Dr. George A. Zurkow Dr. Daniel Jacobs Dr. Lawrence F. Halpert Dr. David N. Plessett V Dr. Martin A. Levin Dr. Barry S. Lever Dr. Robert M. Zupnik Dr. Donald L. Olson Dr, Lawrence D. Rodgers Dr. Philip Smith P e fi s e n a e s Dr. Richard P. Beimler Dr. Mae D. Suminski Dr. Joseph P. Cappuccio Dr. Charli s J. CjI iter Dr. Albert E. Carlotti, Jr. Dr. Paul A. Deems Dr. Frank J. Sinnreich Dr. George W. Piavis Dr. M-i ' RON H. Sachs gg psr. H B VK ' i l H s i i SaB Dr. Joseph A. Mead, Jr. Dr. Buckner S. Burch Dr. Frank W. Stout J d c u I i i s ( n a li i i e s Dr. Sophia Balis Dr. Francis J. Kihn Dr. Jerome J. Weinstein ? " %i. Professor Gardner P. H. Foley Dr. Earl F. Becker Dr. George N. Krywolap m Dr. Sue-Ning C. Barry Dr. Frank A. Dolle Dr. Norton M. Ross Dr. Jackie G. Weatherred Dr. Charles B. Leonard, Jr. Dr. Martin H. Morris H E 1967 MIRROR STAFF Editor Mitch Bukzin Business Manager Dick Walsh Photo Editor John Davis Senior Editors Ed Gillis, Mike Rosenberg Group Photos Mike Steinberg Contributors Larry Giordano, Humphrey Greear, Jim Heffner, Marshall Brownstein, Mike Radell, Pete Archambault Secretary Patricia Bro ' N Faculty Advisor Gardner P. H. Foley PEOPLE WHO MAKE THE SCHOOL GO ' ROUND J onorar ¥ Senior L ladS f resident DR. JOSE H. DIAZ There are many ways to inspire true professionalism. None of these can be effective unless they include the qualities of dignity, consid- eration, and wisdom. Dr. Jose Diaz carries with him a singular measure of these qualities. We are deeply indebted to him for his example and selfless dedication to us and our profession. He honors us by accepting the position of Honorary President of the Class of 1967. ■1141 CI asses -Ml " BILL — -HAVE - TOUQ+( DflV in THE CLimC ? L Cl 1 f967 Stuart Bernard Abrams St i Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Minigowns . . . Only his hairdresser knows for sure . . . Reluctant public speaker . . , Future — military service. Pierre Benoit Archambault Pete Willimantic,, Connecticut . . . Holy Cross College, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 3 . . . Mirror 4 . . . Single . . . Debonaire Frenchman . . . Always in Ruth ' s . . . Porcelain champ . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Richard Lowell Behan Ric East Islip, New York . . . Lycoming College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Cop . . . Loves redheads . . . Slept through every lecture . . . Knows all the strippers . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. s. eniord •{I6h Bruce Gray Belvin Bn ce East Meadow, New York . . . Guilford College . . . Xi Psi Phi (Secretary 3, 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Expert note taker . . . Adjusted loud- speaker 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Prehensile head . . . Brilliant Green Bile . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Eleanor Ann Bergstresser Ann Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania . . . Gettysburg College, A.B. . . . Class Secre- tary 1, 2 . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Knockout on weekends . . . " Tee hee hee " . . . " Oh my souls " . . . Only treats the clergy . . . Future — internship, U. S. Public Health Service. Jay Martin Bernsohn ]ay Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Slasher . . . Patient had accident in prosthetic chair . . . Lost hair thinking of questions to ask in class . . . Uninhibited . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Philip Charles Brown Charlie Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Marine Corps 1959-62 . . . Slept on Brownstein ' s shoulder four years . . . Dog trainer . . . Tops in physical fitness . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. J 96 7 i n Marshall Paul Brownstein Marsh Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Assistant Treasurer 3) . . . Married . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 4 . . . Glee Club . . . Mirror 4 . . . High B. M. R. . . . Pill pusher . . . Eight years in the same building . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Mitchell Jay Bukzin Mitcb Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Mirror 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class cartoonist . . . Patient management . . . Hot Olds . . . Future — U. S. Army. William Frank Bussey, Jr. Bill Severn, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . (Secretary 4) . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club Purple leotards . . . Ballet expert . . . Cantilevered smile World traveller . . . Future — internship. , Psi Omega . Single . . . . Farmer . . . Paul John Chyzus Paul Maynard, Massachusetts . . . University of Miami, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Engaged . . . The skiing lifeguard . . . Roommate trouble 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . The Polish Ganglion . . . Future — military service. s. en Lord •1,18 ' r Howard William Clausen Hotuie Boxborough, Massachusetts . . . Norwich University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Single . . . Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club . . . Sincere and studious . . . Basso profundo . . . Buddy of C B instructors . . . Future — U. S. Army. Gary Robert Collins Gary Newark, Delaware . . . University of Pittsburgh, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Football 1 . . . Single . . . Mushroom king . . . Broken hearted when Senior got married . . . Continues the Collins dynasty at B.C.D.S Future — military service. Joseph Paul Commette, Jr. ]oe Beverly, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Representative to National Dental Students Conference on Research . . . Anatomy Research Fellowship . . . Quite proper except at class dances . . . Boston Strangler . . . World traveller No. 2 . . . Matured at dental school . . . Future — surgery internship. Earle Stuart Dashiell Spike Severna Park, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Single . . . Biting humor . . . Drinks beer out of a jar . . . Laundry attendant . . . Loves Ocean City . . . Future — U. S. Na 7. J 96 7 19 f John Edward Davis ]ohn St. Petersburg, Florida ... St. Petersburg Junior College . . . Mirror 4 . . . Skit Night 2, 3 4 . . , Single . . . Fastest drill in the East . . . Pepsodent smile . . . Built his own stereophonic dental chair . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Daniel Maxwell DeRussy Dan St. Petersburg, Florida ... St. Petersburg Junior College . . . Xi Psi Phi (Pledge Master 2, 3; Treasurer 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Sneaked into Howard Hall to study after library closed . . . Athletic supporter ... A Cleveland Indian . . . Future — U. S. Army. Charles Henry DeV ries, Jr. Charlie Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. (Alumni Coordinator 4) . . . Engaged . . . Team Ford the Great Society . . . Advocate of the welfare state U. S. Army. Xi Psi Phi Member of . Future — Gerald Anthony Donahue ]erry Worcester, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Basketball 1 . . . Married . . . Mass foils . . . Loves fresh air and sunshine . . . Used to study in Kaye ' s Cabaret . . . Future — military service. s. eniord i2oy John Gerald Dunigan Jack San Jose, California . . . San Jose State College, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . U. S. Navy, 1962-63 . . . Glee Club . . . Methane Man ... Go West Young Man . . . " California is the greatest thing to happen to the universe " . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Ronald Polk Easmann Ron Bethesda, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single Beaver . . . Eyes never open until 12:00 p.m. . . . Speed demon Future — military service. Stanley Aaron Einhorn Stan Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, A.B. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Stosh . . . Colts fan . . . " Where ' s Dr. Warner? " . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Robert Gregory Esquire Squire West Covina, California . . . University of Southern California, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Rush Chairman 2; Secretary 3; President 4) . . . Inter- fraternity Council . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Single . . . Pigmy . . . M. G. D. S. S. . . . Water colors are his medium . . . Tennis anyone? . . . Future — U. S. Navy. J967 2U Lynn Brooks Fader Brooks South Orange, New Jersey . . . Duke University, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Gave up baseball career to become a dentist . . . Roge ' s idol . . . Class bookie . . . Future — internship. John Nicholas Faniola Jack Plainville, Connecticut . . . . . Student Senate 3 . . . . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . week . . . Loves B.C.D.S. Van Gogh . . . Future — . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi Class President 1, 2 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . Single . . . Never kept a car more than one . . . Thinks out loud in perio . . . Frustrated - U. S. Navy. Daniel Edward Fielding Dan Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Glee Club . . . Married . . . Handsman . . . Blew his cool Senior year . . . Chipmunk . . . Future — U. S. Air Force internship. Roger Alan Fine Rog Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Corvette crazy . . . " Great Danes make great house pets " . . . Doesn ' t lack self-confidence . . . Future — U. S. Army. 5: en lord -122 1- Maynard Joseph Fox ]oe Lake Park, Florida . . . Florida State University . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . U. S. Air Force 1954-58 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single ... Dr. Pridgeon ' s favorite . , . Moonlighter . . . Applauded Dr. Van . . . Still can ' t believe the Orioles won the pennant . . . Future — private practice. David Park Gibson Hoot Northeast, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Single . . . World traveler No. 3 • . . Boomer . . . The farmer ' s dentist . . . Tends to be straightforward . . . Future — private practice. Alan James Gill Al West Hyattsville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi CVice President 2) ... Married . . . Two children . . . G. T. specialist . . . Honest Al ' s Tootharama . . . Popularity contest winner 1, 2, 3 . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Edward Roy Gillis Ed Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club . . . Mirror 4 . . . Best at plagiarizing for Skit Night . . . Denies he ' s henpecked . . . He can get it for you wholesale. . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. J967 2l} Lawrence Sylvester Giordano Ldrry Wilmington, Delaware . . . University of Delaware . . , Xi Psi Phi (Editor 3, 4) . . . Student Senate 2, 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club . . . Mirror 4 . . . Single . . . Pizza . . . Lawrence of Italy . . . Walked out on Dr. Shay to win class guts award . . . Antique foreign car enthusiast . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Robert Stuart Gold Bob Newark, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University, A.B. . . . Alpha Omega (Editor 3; President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Aisenberg Research Society (Treasurer 3) . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Mirror 4 . . . Football 1 . . . Basketball 1 . . . Dorm rat . . . Straight arrow . . . Hopkins blood ghoul . . . Frustrated C. B. DeMille . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. Ernest John Grabiec Eruie Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Scranton, B.S. . . . U. S. Army 1952-54 . . . Married . . . Older than most instructors . . . Better late than never . . . One of the good guys . . . Future — private practice. Humphrey Hamilton Greear Hump Miami, Florida . . . University of Florida ... Psi Omega (Sergeant-At- Arms 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Mirror 4 . . . Married ... H. H. ... So smart he should have been in " B " section . . . Great hands . . . Watches three TV ' s . . . Future — internship, U. S. Army. s. eniors H24h Edward Louis Halpern Eddie Silver Spring, Maryhind . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . One child . . . Elevator shoes . . . Chewing gum or smoking a pipe . . . Arranges stag parties . . . Future — military service. James Alan Heffner ]}mt?7ie Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Mirror 4 . . . Crazy laugh . . . Hugh Heffner ' s younger brother . . . Went to two branches of the University at once . . . Future — military service. Alvan Miller Holston, Jr. Al Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Needed haircut entire sophomore year . . . Expert on German cars . . . Honey of a wife . . . Future — U. S. Army. William Roland Houck Bill Easton, Maryland . . . College of William and Mary . . . . Married . . . Rarely stumped Fader on sports quiz than Schwartz . . . Low handicap golfer . . . Future Basketball 3 . Weighs less U. S. Army. 1967 05f George Robert Hurley George Holyoke, Massachusetts . . . Villanova University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . Seamus ... A joke a day . . . Humorously critical . . . Dogs ' best friend . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Thomas Gregory Hutton Greg Bethesda, Maryland . . . Capital University, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . U. S. Army, 1962-63 . . . Glee Club ... The Serf . . . Scotch, coffee, cigarettes, and girls are just his major vices . . . Can sleep with an alarm clock going off . . . Future — U. S. Army, David Lee Kaiser Dave Brentwood, Maryland . . . Miami University, B.A. ... Psi Omega (Rush Chairman 4) . . . Class President 4 . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Fubar . . . Powerful speaker ( " Knock it off! " ) . . . Paints statuary . . . Organized the class (finally) . . . Future — U. S. Na%7. Baltimore, Maryland Quiet and pleasant . a plaster cast on it. . Ned Meyer Kauffman Ned . Gettysburg College, A.B. . . . Married . . . Agile . . . Strengthened leg by carrying around . Future — military service. s. eniorJ 426j Denny Lawrence Kephart Denny Westminster, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, B.A. . . . Class Treasurer 4 . . . Single . . . Used car dealer . . . Wore clinic gown to class and was thrown out by Dr. Barr . . . Had an up-and-down love life . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. David Lawrence Kramer Dave Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . , . Married . . . Mad scientist . . . Laser expert . . . North Carolinaphile . . . Loquacious . . . Future — military service. Manus Leroy Krongard Mike Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Ping pong champion . . . Perpetual motion machine . . . Very left handed . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. John Douglas Lawson Doug Roselle Park, New Jersey . . . Wagner College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Married . . . Loves endo . . . Faniola ' s creditor . . . Pinball champ . . . Man without a section . . . Future — military service. 967 i2lY k Stephen Paul Levin Stere Baltimore, Maryland . . . B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . Went to school for free . of Park Heights gang . . . University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Single . . . . . Stretches a dollar . . . Pill pusher . . . Part Future — military service. Joseph John Lizewski Lizard Patchogue, New York . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi , . . Student Senate (Secretary-Treasurer 4) . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Class animal . . . Able to get anything with 15 minutes ' notice . . . Honesty is the best policy . . . Would rather fight than switch . . . Only person in class to have tree planted in Israel in his memory . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Wayne Kinney Lopez Tr ni Portland, Maine . . . Tufts University, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Class Vice President 4 . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Married . . . Loved to dissect cadavers, cats, rats and dogs . . . Only student ever to ask a question in Operative lecture . . . Had an in with Bob Whitney . . . Only student ever to use reversible hydrocolloid in operative . . . Future — military service. Peter Low Pete Strafford, New Hampshire . . . University of New Hampshire and Colo- rado State University ... Psi Omega . . . U. S. Air Force, 1958-62 . . . Married . . . Two children ... Sat too close to Lizewski . . . Part of blood bank crew . . . Lopez ' s shadow . . . Future — internship. s: eniorS ■I28h Gregory Stephen Lukowski Luke New Britain, Connecticut . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Sergeant-at-Arms 4) . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Largest person ever to drive a Volkswagen . . . Mellion ' s and McCarthy ' s lab man . . . Could fudge anything . . . What a head . . . Future — military service. Edwin Gerard McCarthy ]eny New York, New York . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Single . . . Turned cool in his senior year . . . Chinese eyes . . . Applied to Perio school for obvious reasons . . . Still working on the first bridge he started . . . Future — Periodontics. Raymond Vincent McConnell Ray Cranston, Rhode Island . . . Saint Anselm ' s College, A.B. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Mr. Lab Man . . . Worked his way through school doing lab work . . . Made the journey each day with Kaiser . . . Rides a two-wheeler . . . Future — military service. Thomas Allen McInnes Tom Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. ... Psi Omega (President 4) . . . Student Senate 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Had an in with Biochem. Department . . . Decided not to be a dentist . . . Going into wire bending . . . Future — Orthodontics. 1967 -129!- Hart Larry Mager Larry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Lived in General Practice Clinic . . . Dr. Barr ' s movie star . . . Second neatest Kennedy kit . . . Took notes on everything . . . Future — internship, U. S. Army. Paul Albert Marchand Paul Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . The class fisherman . . . Bought a four-unit bridge for his patient . . . Mager ' s shadow . . . His patients suck on X-ray cones . . . Future — military service. Elona Gizella Marcy Elona Valley Stream, New York . . . University of Pittsburgh, B.A. . . . Class Secretary 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . One of the guys . . . Took it like a champ in Anatomy . . . Learned a new vocabulary . . . Had a little help from instructors . . . Future — associateship. Douglas Milton Mellion Dong Pawtucket, Rhode Island . . . University of Rhode Island . . . Alpha Omega (Vice President 4) . . . Engaged . . . The man with the golden voice . . . What, me worry? . . . Second dentist in Rhode Island . . . Our man in Endo . . . Steady hands . . . Future — military service. s. eniors -{30 1 Harold Robert Mendelson Hal Grafton, West Virginia . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Basketball 4 . . . Married . . . Visiting member of Park Heights gang . . . Has pin-up of Jerry West . . . Won basketball trophy on honeymoon . . . Would you believe, henpecked? . . . Future — U. S. Army. Sylvan Stuart Mintz Sylvan Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Lost Pathology slide box and for an encore lost a com- pleted partial denture . . . Leader of Park Heights gang . . . Butterball . . . Star of centerfold of 1966 Dental School Catalogue . . . Future — U. S. Army. Floyd Lee Moore Floogie Chester, Virginia . . . Virginia Military Institute, B.S. . . . U. S. Navy, 1953-57 . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Cueball . . . Older than the Dean . . . Name plate on Ken nedy kit was unethical due to size of letters . . . " What do you mean Ah talk funny? " . . . Future — private practice. Fred Gustav Mordan Fred Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . . . LaSalle College, B.A. . . . Married . . . Wore white gloves for a while . . . Known as " Crash Mordan " because of his driving skill . . . Ex-weekend warrior . . . Future — military service. J967 -{31}- Kenneth Earl Mort Ken New Windsor, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Got 90 ' s on all exams taken . . . Loved Anatomy . . . Designs dresses . . . Loves old Fords . . . Future — Internship, Veterans Administration. Charles Simms Nicholson, III Charl ie Frederick, Maryland . . . University of Maryland ... Psi Omega . . . U. S. Army, 1958-61 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Traveled farther each day than any student in history of B.C.D.S. . . . Drank a lot of coffee . . . Had an in with Operative . . . Thinks he is a safari leader . . . Future — internship, Veterans Administration. Jay Joseph Nickel Nu-k Livingston, N. J. . . . College of William and Mary, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Should have made records . . . Knows more trivia and rock and roll than Rea . . . Class joker . . . Mainstay of class athletic teams . . . Future — U. S. Army. James Erskine Owens ]hn Tallahassee, Florida . . . University of Florida and Florida State Univer- sity, B.A. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . One child . . . A real Southern gentleman . . . Retired physician . . . Holds record for most notes taken per minute . . . Future — private practice. s. eniors Any Albert Alphonse Parmentier, Jr. Al Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Rhode Island . . . Psi Omega (Historian) . . . Skit Night 3 . . . Class Representative 4 . . . Married . . . Should become an Orthodontist for obvious reasons . . . Married on day of great blizzard of ' 66 . . . The caretaker . . . Future — U. S. Army. Arnold Gene Pellegrini Ariiie Barre, Vermont . . . University of Vermont, B.A. . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Would you believe Crown and Bridge? . . . Got along well with Dr. Johnson . . . Took a few tours of the school . . . Future — U. S. Army. Mark Rabin Mark Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Held Vince ' s colored pencils for him . . . Recommends small foreign cars . . . Almost was a Z.I. P. . . . Future — U. S. Army. Vincent John Rea Vince East Orange, New Jersey . . . Fairleigh-Dickinson University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice President 3, 4) ... Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Makes Mr. Clean look like a slob . . . Took multicolored notes . . . Had to share a locker with Rindley . . . Had a few odd mannerisms . . . Future — military service. J 96 7 -{33 Steven Irving Rindley Steve Miami Beach, Florida . . . Tulane University . . . Alpha Omega . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Loved by all faculty members . . . Refined and dignified at all times . . . Signatures, what are they? . . . Had best looking patients in school ... A student of the finer aspects of dentistry . . . Future — military service. Howard Gene Rosenberg Howie Fort Pierce, Florida . . . University of Miami, B.B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Student Senate 1, 2 . . . Air Force, 1955-58 . . . Married . . . Bunny father . . . " Where ' s Dr. Rankin? " ... No sir, that ' s H. G. . . . Had to put up with Rindley for four years . . . Future — general practice. Michael Norman Rosenberg Mike Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Mirror 4 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Finished requirements in freshman year . . . Took unscheduled vaca- tions . . . Had an in with the administration . . . No sir, that ' s M. N. . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. George Walter Rupprecht, Jr. ]oe Baltimore, Maryland . . . Dickinson College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Knew when to cut classes . . .Drank a lot of coffee . . . Member of the card party . . . Good fudger . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s. eniorS -{34 ' r Gary Philipp Schoppert Gary Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Member of the card party . . . Sold cheap jewelry . . . Quiet . . . First tenor . . . Future — U. S. Army. Stuart Alan Schwartz Stu Elmont, New York . . . Queens College, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega (Secretary 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Treasurer 4) . . . Class Treasurer 1 . . . Engaged . . . Long Island flash . . . Exophthalmic . . . First one out of every exam . . . Hid from instructors by turning sideways . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. Barry James Senior Barry Windber, Pennsylvania . . . University of Pittsburgh, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Ford ' s quiet man . . . Spoke only to Collins for first three years . . . Class redhead . . . Future — military service. John Paul Sheehe Norton Cumberland, Maryland . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . Basket- ball 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Did a lot of work in Radiology in senior year . . . Rare outburst in lecture . . . Lived in a palace . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. 1967 -{35 Robert James Soriano Bob Bioomfield, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Two children . . . The original weekend warrior . . . Only daddy in the Student Union . . . Quiet, but funny . . . Future — military service. Michael Edwards Starling Mike Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Mr. Micro . . . Made frequent trips to Naval Academy . . . Having offspring contest with Soriano . . . Permanent member of Sleepy Hollow . . . Used to have Vendelis ' s sleep seat . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Michael George Steinberg AUke Newark, New Jersey . . . Rutgers College . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Engaged . . . The vulture . . . Knows about everything . . . Official Rindley historian . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. Charles Harvey Stoner Stonad Hagerstown, Maryland . . . Catawba College . . . Single . . . President of Hydrocal Corporation . . . Used to live with Cappello . . . Frequent outbursts in lecture . . . Different sense of humor . . . Future — U. S. Navy. s. eniord Ai6)- John Joseph Sweeney ]ohn Silver Spring, Maryland . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . Single . . . Sits near Sleepy Hollow . . . Reads submarine books in lecture when not sleeping . . . Strong believer in Socialized Dentistry . . . Part of Mount Saint Mary ' s gang . . . Loves the Colts . . . Future — military service. Frederick Louis Teschner, III Tesh Lancaster, Pennsylvania . . . Pennsylvania State University . . . Married . . . Sits in center of Sleepy Hollow and is still able to stay awake . . . Often accused of noises he doesn ' t make . . . Mr. Foley loves him . . . Future — - U. S. Navy. John Vandenberge John Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Class President 3 . . . Class Vice President 1,2... Student Senate President 4 . . . Veteran of Royal Dutch Air Force . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Leader of the class . . .Talks funny . . . Always talking about the old country . . . Gave up promising pot-selling career . . . Future — private practice. Jack Dennis Vandermer Slice Charleroi, Pennsylvania . . . Pennsylvania State University, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . Basketball 3, 4 . . . He is the one, but never takes the blame . . . Did extensive research in Operative . . . Mr. Tennis . . . Pretty patients . . . Future — internship. 1967 AilY Andrew Harry Vendelis Andy Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S Psi Omega Married . . . Undisputed world champion sleeper . . . Wakes up only to play cards . . . Also must wake up to eat because it sure shows around the middle . . . Future — military ser ' ice. David Hoyland Wands Hans Verona, New Jersey . . . Tufts University and Fairleigh-Dickinson Univer- sity . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Vice President 3 . . . Single . . . Used to ask a lot of questions . . . Went to A.D.A. Convention to show impressions of entire class . . . Ease up! . . . Back slapper . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. Darryl Lynd Warner BigD Annandale, Virginia . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Vice President 4 . . . Single ... The farmer . . . Winner of all locker room fights . . . Picks on Winter . . . Specialist m hamster pouches . . . Became a playboy in junior year . . . Future — Oral Surgery. Bruce Allen Winter Bruce Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Vice President 4) . . . Married Hasn ' t been on time to lecture in four years . , . Comes fifteen minutes late to all tests as a handicap . . . Loves to fight with Big D . . . Talks funny . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. s. eniors -i38 Gerald Dwaine Woods Gerry Lynwood, California . . . Compton Junior College and University of California at Long Beach . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Copies Winter ' s notes . . . Has a vocabulary problem . . . Refuses to say why he came to Baltimore from California . . . Future — military service. Robert Allen Zakarin Bob Miami, Florida. . . University of Miami . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Never had trouble getting X-ray appointments. . . Had a good parking space . . . Picked on Big D . . . Believes in flying saucers . . . Future — U. S. Army. J967 -{39}- 1. Cool it, here comes the Captain. 2. No oyster roast, no ceramco! 3. Notice how the light reflects off my head, onto the mirror, and into the mouth. 4. The meeting of the Baltimore Society of Public Health Dentists will come to order. 5. Was that rope annealed? 6. Yes, Dr. Pridgeon, that ' s Fox, F-O-X. i4oy Jhe S e eniovS 1. I just can ' t seem to chew with these dentures. 2. After you ' ve been in practice for a while, you get to know . . . 3. Don ' t feel bad; I ' m Jewish. 4. The Oasis?? Maybe you want my roommate. 5. All right, her tongue is vital ... So what? !4iF First Row: Goldman, M., Baum, Barren, Lepore, Gormley, Bousquet, Breyde, Huther, BJackard, Byers, Gandel. Second Roir: Dunn, Brown, Bryson, Caldarazzo, Cancellieri, Dillon, Landsman, Hoover, Hill, Horwitz, Ahlfeld, Denson, Leibowitz. Third Row: Dolgash, Cruikshank, Goldman, S., Lagrotteria, Eckman, Heher, Groome, Keefe, Brophy, Ferraris, Kapral, Blake, Krischer, Kass olis. j e unm (J ass First Row: Porter, Snyder, Rowe, Looney, Sherman, Levin, Marien, Trager, LIhlfelder, Walsh, Sullivan, R. Second Row: Seif, Levy, St. Cyr, Satz, Santaniello, Wyman, Taggart, Wong, Scheincr, Smelkinson, Mulvihill, Thibault, Sullivan, J. Russell, Wachuk. Third Row: Theroux, Sherwood, Scammell, Wood, Youmatz, Littman, Pollara, Petrich, O ' Leary, Weintraub, Levickas, Sweeney. :, Zhe junior Class Officers President E. Jackson Taggart Vice President Patrick Looney Secretary Robert Wachuk Treasurer Joseph Calderazzo Student Senate Representatives Mark Barren Robert Seif 431- 1. Only 5 foils a week until graduation and you won ' t have any trouble. 2. Drink it? 3. Do we have a Naysmyth ' s membrane shade? 4. Let ' s see, FAF or GO? 5. More off the distal. 6. Ah, fresh air at last! i44y he Aunh uniors 1. Use a rubber what? 2. Path lab. 3. And this is the way you push the cuticle back. 4. Yahoo, they gave me 184 extra points of foil. 5. ... and then he said to take a copper tube impression. 6. First day in operative. First Row: Eisman, Hill, Layton, D ' Amico, Carroll. Second Row: Byrne, Bradway, Macht, Eklund, Brenner, Lambson, Davis, Bullock, Knotts, Bohince, Killian. Third Row: Ezrine, Campbell, J. J., Curcio, Gioffre, Heffron, Doormer, Feldman, Dickes, Auger, Baker, Kessler, Jacobson, Brave. Fourth Row: Kirson, Askeland, Facius, Bishop, Bowman, Campbell, J. C, Berg, Feingiass, Curland, Frank, Chamberlain, Egan, Chaput. Missing: Bock, Duggan, Henshaw, Londergan, Loverdi. J e Sofi iemou C dss First Row: Sartorius, Morganstein, Wood, M., Rockoff, Reeder, Weiner, 0 ' Sulli an. Second Row: Rotman, Mitcherling, J., Mitcherling, W., West, Taylor, Steinberg, Rubin, Vallillo, Pellarin, McCausland, Schoenbrodt. Third Row: Mankovich, Wanner, Rizzolo, Warren, Trussell, MofBtt, Scott, Magee, Tucker, Prager, Radell, Zwiebel, Tomosivitch. Fourth Row: Maroshek, Pulliam, Waldman, Morris, Miele, Porter, Smith, Schlesinger, Quillin, Stefen, Title, Wood, J., Trefethen. Missing: Neal, Schwartz, Winebrenner. n i 13W II ' I !! ! !f •! n if ff Zhe Sophomore Class Officers President Thomas J. Egan Vice President Ronald M. Chaput Secretary Bernard J. Dormer Treasurer Thomas V. O ' Sullivan Student Senate Representatives Ronald E. Askeland Denny M. Smith ■{47J Jhe opk r lomored 1. Your pepperoni pizza is ready. 2. Impossible! 3. No comment. 4. We ' ll hirn in mine for operative and yours fur crown and bridge. 5. Welcome to Removable Partial Prosthodontics. 6. Gee, this brown wax smells funny. i48y he oph r lomo ' ed 1. You ' ve been in lab for 2 days now, so where ' s your 4, Okay, it ' s dead. Let ' s go home. 8-unit cantilevered bridge, porcelain jacket, acrylic veneer, post and core . . " . 5. " Well, actually I don ' t know hoir to turn it off. 2. Doc, this looks like the working end of . . . 3. You mean we ' ve got to listen to a welding and wedging - Dr. Cappuccio says it will only be t ' o weeks before lecture again? I go back to solids. A9y First Row: Anderer, Blicher, Baldwin, Davis, Bailey. Second Row: Coviello, Bianchi, Coletti, Brayton, Frey, Cohen, Hershon, Carlson, Emmons, Fahey, Dash. Third Row: Harris, Frank, Brooks, Ashman, Damico, Conway, Bernstein, Jackson, Berger, Holland, Culiner, Bates, Gossard, Cortezi. Fourth Row: Haskins, Carlsten, Connelly, France, Berman, Buchan, Davidson, Ceplenski, Katkow, Conrad, Firman, Bennett, Burt. Missing: Bevan, Denney, DiPaula, Dubick, Elfont, Flaherty. j i m imm C ass First Row: Lantiere, Soloman, Wilson, Lee, Snee, Vezina. Second Row: Nelson, Pincus, Lippert, Prehn, Rudo, Rubin, Smerlis, Weinhardt, Miller. Third Row: Williams, McHenry, Whiting, Schreiber, Soper, Steckler, Sloan, McDonald. Fourth Row: Woods, Tifford, Truscinski, Stallsmith, Oblinger, Kimmell, Mahaifey. Marcnot, Masterson, Siegel. Zke Jreskman Class Officers President Robert Oblinger Vice President Erjc Dash Secretary Elaine Miginsky Treasurer Bandy Wilson Student Senate Kepresejitatives Thomas Baldwin Joseph Nelson ■!5il ke e6n men 1. The dynamic duo, 2. Gentlemen, join the Metracal for lunch bunch. 3. Hey, you ' re pressing the wrong rheostat! 4. Gee, I don ' t know what to do about this. Why don ' t you ask a senior. ' 5. It ' s an artifact! 6. This is what fluorides can do for your teeth! iny Jke fedn men 1. On the other hand, you could send it out. 2. It ' s right here, just off the Jones Falls Expressway. 3. I wonder if they can make me a nice denture here? 4. You mean that this isn ' t the National Distillers Associa- tion Convention? 5. The Night Depository. -{531 yrctivitieS Vou Quvs ToniQ-HT ? The University of Maryland Student Dental Association " «!a SBW • ! " Sealed: Lopez, Vandenberge, Ahlfeld. Standing: Taggart, Oblinger, Lizewski, Egan, Smith, Giordano, Kaiser, Parmenetier, Barren, Mclnnes, Baldwin. The Student Senate is no more. After several long meetings early in the school year a new constitution was drafted. It was accepted by the Student Senate and in January, 1967, it was approved by the Faculty Council. We wish to recognize Dr. Burton R. Pollack for his assistance in formulating the document. The constitution and bylaws spell out the duties of each officer of the Associa- tion and of each class officer. All elections are standardized to avoid future confusion. Each student must become an A.D.A. member. The Association is presently working on amendments to the constitution and bylaws concerning the Student Loan Fund, a professional code of ethics, fraternity relations, the organization of extracurricular activities and a workable annual budget. We wish to thank Mr. Gardner P. H. Foley and Miss Patricia Brown for their unfailing assistance to the Association administration. J-V. 55h " ■■= nr !■ omas yydovitoloalcal S ocleL •i OFFICERS Pres dent Arnold Pelle LLEGRINI Vice President Wayne Lopez Secretary Ann Bergstresser Treasurer George Rupprecht First Row: Scheiner, Looney, Santaniello, Levy, Leibowitz. Second Row: Weinkam, Rowe, Cruikshank, Baum, Taggart, Russell. 56 f omas 1 vJdontoioQicai J c wae t ' i 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. First Row: Collins, Gold, Lopez, Pellegrini, Levin. Second Row: Commette, Senior, Mager, Greear, Mort, Rabin, Steinberg. Third Row: Rosenberg, M., Rupprecht, Holston, Soriano, Owens, Wands, Warner. Missing: Belvin, Woods. ? -{57f First Row: Goldman, S., Baum, Porter, Gilbert, Goldman, M., Breyde, Levin, Barren, Bukzin. Second Row: Einhorn, Mendelson, Mager, Levin, Le%7, Steinberg, Gillis, Brownstein, Gold, Mellion, Rosenberg, H., Krongard. Third Row: Schwartz, Z akarin, Rindley, Fine, Marchand. Bernsohn. Smelkinson, Weintraub, Gandel, Uhlfelder, Trager, Winter, Rosenberg, M. . yvipka LJf tp wieaa f First Row: Feinglass, Curland, Layton, Berg, Rubin, Brave, Wood, M. Second Row: Schwartz, Macht, Imposter, U., Schlesinger, Kirson, Title, Radell, Prager, Weiner, Brenner. y ipka 591 rtflffli ! 9 ? i !i ift ' First Row: Brophy, Hurley, Warner, Wands, Woods, Doherty, Rea. Second Row: Scott, Calderazzo, Cancellieri, Lizewski, Belvin, Lawson, Behan, Clausen, Faniola, Snyder, Nickel, Fox, Chyzus. Missing: DeRussy. DeVries, Donahue, Esquire, Giordano. Lukowski, McCarthy, Sullivan. Xi pii First Row: Mankovich, Heffron, Smith, Rizzolo. D ' Amico, PuUiani, Vallillo, Quillin. Second Row: Miele, O ' SuUivan, Hill, Curcio, Chaput, Facius, Campbell, Bullock, Askeland, Bowman, Egan, Morris, Dormer, Carroll. Missing: Bishop. I mi - . cy a " {61}- Fhsl Row: Vendelis, Kaiser, Vandenberge. Mclnnes, Parmentier, Nicholson, Ruppreclit. Second Ron- Low, Gibson, Mort, Schoppert, Holston, Bussey, Hutton, Lopez. A 0, nieaa f First Row: Mitcherling, W., Killian, Knotts, Mitcherling, J., Lambson, Warren, Wanner, Carofino. Second Row: Byrne, Davis, Groome, Rowe, Lepore, Bousquet, Hoover, Giglio, Weinkam, Hill, F., Bohince, Moffitt. Third Row: Ferraris, Scammell, Widronak, PoUara, Levickas, Gormley, Taggart, Huther, Kapral. a W v f ) ' -O r f n H J , df —i C ' II Psi 0. me Grand Master Thomas McInnes Junior Grand Master F. Grant Hill Secretary Willlmvi F. Bussey Treasurer Alvan Holston Pledge Master David Kaiser Senator Gary Schoppert Chaplain James Giglio Historian Albert Parmentier Sergeant-at-Arms Humphrey Greear ' it -1 63 1 " am mat pi y) h President David H. Wands Vice President Bruce Winter Secretary E. Ann Bergstresser Treasurer Stuart Schwartz . . . Dr. Tack Morris Ad " o - Dr. Sham Soman First Rou : Wong, Weinkam, Uhlfelder, Russell, Pellegrini, Taggart. Second Row: Rosenberg, M., Schwartz, Zakarin, Bergstresser, Rupprecht, Commette, Winter, Kephart. Third Rctv: Warner, Wands, Rowe, Gold, Levin, Steinberg, Collins. Gamma Pi Delta is a prosthetics study group made up of interested juniors and seniors. Each month a guest speaker presents a program to the group on some phase of removable prosthodontics. Having outside speakers adds breadth to the material students are given in the classroom and affords an introduction to new techniques. ;64 imcs .... miim 1. You can take your incubator and . . . 2. Doctor, I need a requisition slip for an IBM card. 3. Coke went down 3 points? 4. No wonder they sent him back to the labs! 5. Well, Dr. Medina said to keep up with the literature. 6. Just by looking at her finger nails, you can tell that she has Klippel-Feil anomaly, Haverhill Fever, listeroisis, strongyloidiasis, gynandroblastoma, and a cold. i66y 1. Deal me in, I ' ll be right over. 2. ... and I ' m not going to get the wax patterns checked off either. 3. Next it says to extend 2 mm to the buccal. 4. And here ' s our latest model. 5. Mommy, when can we go home? -[67J 1. It ' s not Thursday. What are you doing in Operative? 2. I ' m sure we ' ll get the central this time. 3. Ma ' am, upper and lower plates are supposed to be loose. 4. How do you like my double-barrelled cotton roll shooter? 5. Don ' t worry about it, Joe, I ' m just going to take my Florida Boards. 6. I ' d rather fight than scale. -I 68}- 1. Would any of you guys like a root canal on a third molar with 5 canals in an unreliable patient with no phone ? 2. No Ma ' am, your treatment won ' t be completed by next week. 3. Only her hair dresser and I know for sure. 4. O.K., Harry, that ' s ten dollars on Bonfil in the fifth. 5. Gee, Dr. Barr gets the finest equipment for the General Practice Clinic. 169! 1. You left-handed guys sure do everything the hard way. 2. What do you mean Dr. Rankin isn ' t here today? 3. You ' d better beheve I ' m the coolest guy in lab ! 4. This is the technique Jim Bowie taught me. 5. If a bat can do it, so can you. -!70l 1. Wait till they see this, a 32-hole dam clamped to the uvula. 2. All right, say " Mississippi. " 3. Take as much Gingi-pak as you need, dear. 4. Mr. Gillis, report to the General Practice Clinic immed- iately ! 5. I can ' t believe he ' s doing a gingivectomy before Home Care Instruction. -(711- 1. Change that to a complete foil crown. 2. Ah, a single-rooted molar! 3. A pit foil with four pins? 4. This is so easy I can do it with my eyes closed. 5. And here ' s where we keep the Lavoris. Any RES IPSA LOQUITUR IWfJ HiY ' -!:iir; ' ;I fWigMKtf. ' il M.) ' «f?nyt ' IK:- RES IPSA LOQUITUR - RES IPSA LOQUITUR WE LOVE BALTIMORE - PWL 30, 196 7 J0£ ZiT-H LOOK£D -nr TH£ £NDO CULrUR£ H£ CH£fir£[ o -fiND IT wns Jos DiO T rH£ CORRECT W y L-fiT£R - ND IT W- S POS T V£ - ( i A W ould Youf PfiriENT RECORD VW TA rURN£D A TO DmGW- S S ■ FT£R W£ P T £ TmD COMPL£T£D TR£flTM£ r-Hf)P f LL TM£ NECESS RV 5 0 TUR£S SOME OF WH CH W£R£ UT £NT C Theodore fl STRflY C-fir U5£D V £XP£R M£ WL p ys oiO( y UV£0 UNT L 1:45 P.M. PEC£MB€R sJ, f9G5 M £ FR0BI5H LOO (£D UP WE fUS i( £RS ro H S M C ?0 L B REPORT mo p p r copy FROM SOM£ON£ £LS£ ( £ fOT-i9 " D " 0 T) D£5P T£ £V£RyT4 NQ STUDENTS COULD DO ORDER TOS VEH Mf i?. Beli eve It? PFIO Backwards Spells O V OCTOBER 4, r SS T BR£ W£R,€ FOUR OPERATIVE IH5TRUCT0R.5 IN T-HE CLIN C... SOM£0 £ iVt9D -flCCIDENT-i U LOCKED T4iE DOOR TO T-HEIR, OFFIC£ T H [s)m T[} E f U( U5T 25, SCWOL Hf 0 £EN CLOSED T-HREE W££K5 NOVEMBER 30 J 965 WE WINQ TURT W-Q5 UVINQ IN MELVIN SfORj ' S ZEPHIRf N D 5Hc.oQ0TUP ■f ND MOVED TO HIS KENNEDY KlTi M RCM IZ, 1964- iR ' JlH DOLTZ OPENED S BIOCHEMISTRY HE " PONDERED ir THERE WHS Hh YWINC f r-- r-H£R£ W-ffSN ' T 19 1- Advice io the Dentally Disturbed Ask Mrs. Rankwell Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I ' m a cute, chubby instructor at the B.C.D.S. I recent ' y bought the newest red felt tip pen which I love very much. Do you think that ' s abnormal. ' F.A.F. Dear Chubby, Not if it loves you too. Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I ' m also an instructor at B.C.D.S. but I ' m bored with life. Recently I took up bridge. Do you think it will stimulate me and make me more intelligent. ' F.M. Dear Also, Definitely not! Chronic bridge playing lends to a dulling of per- ception. Quit now! I hope I ' m not too late. Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I ' m a periodontist, but I have a low income. What am I doing wrong ? C.T.P. Dear Gum Man, Your trouble is your hygienist. Fire her and charge twice the fee for the same service. Dear Mrs. Rankwell, What ' s this tommyrot about modern dentistry I ' ve been hear- ing? E.B.N. Dear Tommy, fust common sense, son. Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I advocate changing the term " endodontics " to " internal den- tistry " which is more apt and would upgrade public opinion of this specialty. How do you feel about that? LA. Dear Super, Dyspeptic. Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I love my work but I have this chronic urge to further my education. What can I do? B.P., D.D.S., LL.B., M.P.H., F.A.H., P.F.I.D. Dear Chief, Try dentistry. Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I used to think dentistry was O.K. but I don ' t think it ' s O.K. anymore. Do you think this feeling is O.K.? G.O. Dear Go, Maybe a refresher course ivould help. O.K.? Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I was born on a farm and long for the feeling of grass between my toes. However, I ' m an in- structor at the B.C.D.S. What should I do? H.C. Dear Fanner, I suggest you try to change your image by reading the Wall Street fournal and bringing your lunch to school. Dear Mrs. Rankwell, I am a senior student at the B.C.D.S. I have been getting the short end of the stick for three and a half years. What should I do? s.s. Dear S.S., Try graduating. m OCCLUSAL ADJUSTMENT GENTLEMEN, TODftY I ' M QOINQ TO DEMONSTRATE THE TECHNIQUE OF OCCLUSAL ADJUSTMENT BY SELECTIVE QRJNDINQ FIRST WE IDENTIFY THE PREMATUR.ITIE5 IN THE CENTRIC PATH OF CLOSURE. I5N ' T THAT RIQHT, NUMBER, 28 ? THAT ' S ALMOST R IQHT, BUT WELL QET TO THAT LATER. NOW WE ' LL REDUCE THE PREMATURITIES AND THE N0N-W0R.K1N( 1NTER FEK.ENCES + " ' " " ■ ' x-„, ... AND REMOVE G RASPINQ CONTACTS OKI THE WOR,KINQ SIDE AND ... ESTABLISH GjRpUP FUNCTION. Rf TWEN ESTABLISH QROUP FUNCTION IN A PROTR,JSlVE ( LIDE PATTERN AND POLISH ALL AR,EA5. . . ow number, 7z , what havl v e a,cc0mplish£d That ' s close. WE HAVE KEDISTRIBUTED THE FORCES GENERATED BY THE OCCLUSION IN THE MOST PHYSIOLOQIC FASHION UTILIZING THE CR,ITER.IA FOR. A THERAPEUTIC OCCLUSION P Diagram for Placement of Essential Clinical Items in the Kennedy Kit 6000 2 " X 2 " gauze pads Bead sterilizer Compound heater Balloons for silicate mixing 2 lb. box of mat gold Extra xylocaine carpules Burma Shave (menthol) : 22 tapestry needle Arkansas stone White enamel double boiler Almore Loupe Empty cotton roll dispenser Frayed engine cord Rubber dam template Used gold foil pellets Rimlock trays Alcohol for alcohol lamp Empty baby food jar Clay swedger Rudischhauser ' s articulating paper Broken Suter instruments Dull explorer Boley gauge Frozen glass syringes Rusty perio. instruments 40 gauge perforated brass plate Dirty glass slab Red and blue pencils ZnPO crumbs Intraoral tracing device Crying towel 4 lb. hammer Elmer ' s glue Shoe polish Medicament bottles containing — Right Guard Jade East, gold paint, 7 7, Vitalis Cepacol, and a frozen one you can ' t get open Frozen contra-angle Unused prophy angle Used rubber dams ■{82 1 —PAILYChS DRUG rowo, rHAT PREm CAVITI£S ALL DiNf SfS r Things to look forward to . . . The trust in a little girl ' s eyes. Added years of health for an old man. A youngster who ' s no longer afraid . . . People you ' ll help in your new career— things to be proud of — the reason, really, you ' ve chosen dentistry as your life. Great to contribute so much to so many! And even greater to think of the years ahead — years in which your work, and the way you do it, will be vital to more people than you can imagine. As the years roll by, our job will be in helping you perform this increasingly complex work. In doing our part, we ' ll get involved in such things as basic research, product cost control, safeguarding your equipment investment, better office design, work simplification, effective use of auxiliary per- sonnel, service excellence and availability. It all boils down to one thing: we ' d like to help you provide better dentistry for more people. That ' s pretty important to everyone. Good luck in your new career, Doctor! RITTER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Rochester, New York 14603 a division of Ritter Pfaudler Corporation RiniR -(84 How will you present your first denture case? 1iour patient is likflv to he apprehensive, enhances are, you may be a little nervous yourself. In such a situation you will want to use every possible means to gain your patient ' s confidence and create the proper emotional climate for your diagnosis and treatment. Consider the Blend Selector for Trubvte Biobleud. It is an invaluable aid to natural tooth color selection. And, during the all important first appointment, it is a highly eflective instru- ment for demonstrating your own professional knowledge and skill. The Blend Selector is so unique it is patented. There is nothing like it in the entire world of dentistrv. Ask vour Trubvte Dealer to show M)u its use. in practice — for vour first denture case, and for all the denture cases in your forthcoming career. TRUBYTE THE DENTISTS ' SUPPLY COMPANY OF N. Y., YORK, PENNA. -1 S5 }■ " OUR 50th YEAR- COLUMBIA WO RK-MODEL FORMER FEATURES: Accura+e Models . . . Controlled dimensions . . . Ready for immediate use. Preserves and protects impression borders . . . Mounting plates can now be used. ADVANTAGES: No boxing in ... No waste of materials . . . Cleaner and neater . . . Eliminates impression dis- trotion . . . Prevents weak, thin models . . . Prevents lost time . . . No assemblage of parts. No. 910 outfit consisting of 4 sets of different sizes of upper and lower rubber formers. (Any standard make of impres- sion trays can be used with the outfit.) Price $20.00 Anterior-Bite Models Made Neatly and Quickly with the NEW Columbia Anterior-Bite Model Former . . . Ideal for making models for pre- extraction 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 anterlor-blte model former with one tray — Cat. No. 903 — $8.50 Extra trays $1.50 each Catalog No. 33 describes many other practical aids for the dental office. Write for your copy today. COLUMBIA DENTOFORM CORPORATION " The House of A Thousand Models " and Home oi Brown Precision Attachments 131 EAST 23rd STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y., lOOlO is6}- DENTAL GPxADUATE CHECK LIST! TO SELECT A DENTAL DEALER: Are Ihey a full service dealer? Do ihey specialize in location analysis? Do they have their own Interior Design Department? Do they have their own Interior Decoration Department to render a complete service? Can they install a specialized dental bookkeeping system? Only one dealer in your area has all of these services available. Why not check with The Deeley Dental Supply Company, No ? 889-4300 529 West 29th Street ENterprise 1-6103 Baltimore, Maryland 21211 Washington, D. C. -1S7V Sincere Wishes for Success to the CLASS OF 1967 Beni( n genial Sufifii (Established 1856) 709 North Howard Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND CongratulatioHs to the CLASS OF 1967 from THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL. UNLV ERSITY OF MARYLAND Join Your Aluiiiiii Association -{89)- 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 2 1 20 1 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 A Division of the Dentists ' Supply Company of New York -(90}- MeJi €inui ' f e is the achievement of skilled CROWN AND BRIDGE and CERAMIC Specialists at CO-OPERATIVE BEFORE AFTER V ' r This six-uiijili Micro-Botid resloration crJiances her appearance and provides years of service. Co-uperative ' s skilled artisans have the ahilitv to manipulate form and color into a perfect reproduclion of lost tooth structure. Whether you prescrihe Porcelain, Porcelain Bonded to Metal or Gold and Acrylic you are assured of restorations tliat are anatomically correct, carved with absolute accuracy, exquisitely shaded, subtly stained, with precise fit. You and your patient n-ill he pleased. " 50 Years of Preparing for Tomorrow " ' A c o- OPERATIVE H B DENTAL LABORATORIES | B A It 1 S A NS OF OfNTAl PROSTHETICS H 4623 FALLS ROAD • TUxedo 9-2900 • BALTIMORE 9, MD IN SILVER SPRING — Co-operating — Silver Spring Dental Laboratories, Inc., 8127 Georgia Avenue -1 91 - W ' Some dentists think all makes of burs are the same... J| V ) until they use S. S. White Carbide Burs S Why do dentists who try S. S. White Carbide Burs invariably switch to them permanently? Because they cut faster, cleaner . . . and longer. And they won ' t clog or cause vibration. In short, they help you do cavity preparation faster, saving you time and money. Try them just once and you ' ll know they are dentistry ' s finest. Look for the two grooves on the shank to be sure of getting S. S. White Carbide Burs. S. S. WHITE COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa. 19105 S.S. WHITER -[92 J- Peace of Mind Is Our Most Important Product . . . The ])eace of mind that our customers enjoy because they know they are receiving the finest in prosthetic restorations and the personahzed service to match. Cooper 9419 Georgia Avenue Silver Spring. Mt 853 N. Howard Street Baltimore. Md. ■{93!- enables you to prescribe the undetectable denture Porcelain and plastic are completely different materials with entirely different color values. With this Twin-Dial guide you can select the exact Polychrome color for either . . . colors that blend superbly and go beau- tifully with deeply embedded Polychrome markings simulating the normal imperfections of natural teeth. The result? A true-to-life three dimensional look you and your denture patient will be proud of. Let ' s send you this guide and descriptive booklet. T-win Dial Color G y? j U N I VE R S A L dentistry ' s only two-in-one color guide UNIVERSAL DENTAL COMPANY, 48th at Brown Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19139 -{94}. MARYLAND DENTAL LABORATORIES TILON TICONIUM CERTIFIED TICONIUM LAB " HINGE AXIS " FULL DENTURE PROCEDURE 1302 8 GUILFORD AVE. at PRESTON ST. P. O. BOX 2037 Mulberry 5-0437 - 8 BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND " Cxpcr Li cc and Qjiality nic Our ijilnjor " dsscfs " PROMOTING YOUR SATISFACTION Our thoroughly trained staff of craftsmen are competent to carry 1 through tor you the construction of any type ot restoration to your completi ; specifications. H T E 3... lil J-UPcruL ' ticA. nc. BALTIMORE 3 , MARYLAND Park Ave. and Franklin Mulberry 5-3044 - 3045 " A DENTAL LABORATORY INTERN ATIOS ALLY KNOWN " 1930 -19 6 7 -{95!. " WE h it ' s time to hang up your shingle remember to remember Jelenko Now and in the years ahead your Jelenko representative will be your helpful guide, bringing you new ideas, equipment, materials, and technics. Jelenko Jelenko Ceramco, Jelenko Handy Sandy Modulay Firmilay Gold IFC Inlay Furnace ■JELEN KO co.,iNc. 170 Petersville Road • New Rochelle, N. Y. 10801 LOOK TO JELENKO FOR PROGRESS IN PROSTHETICS SINCE 1906 OUR NO. 1 POLICY HAS BEEN: TO RENDER A SERVICE TO THE DENTAL PROFESSION Proudly growing with the profession in the areas we serve, we are fully equipped to SERVE YOU BEST — In Florida at ... Tampa Jacksonville Miami Orlando St. Petersburg West Palm Beach Ft. Lauderdale Pensacola In Alabama at . . Montgomery L. M. ANDERSON DENTAL SUPPLY CO. i96Y HAMILFLEX STORAGE fij Advanced design in office cabinetry. Lifetime con- struction of Formica and steel. All the features your professional re- quirements demand for a career-long investment! The most flexible Inter- changeability of storage facilities, yet devised for strictly personal prefer- ence. Automatic washers and dryers • professional equipment for printers • physicians • dentists engineers • schools • hospitals libiaues • industry. MANUFACTURING COMPANY TWO RIVERS, WISCONSIN With the Compliments of HYNSON. WESTCOTT DUNNING. Inc. • Charles and Chase Streets BALTIMORE, MARYLAND HSB HOCHSCHIUD KOHN • DOWNTOWN • EDMONDSON • BELVEDERE • HARUNDALE • EASTPOINT Best Wishes to Class of 1967 CompHments Student Union Barber Shop WE CAN ' T AFFORD TO BE SECOND BEST We have Served Dentistry Since 1895 New England Is Our World J. J. CRIMMINGS CO. Boston Providence 120 Boylston St. 228 Weybosset St. The " Know-How " for office planning anci right locations is one of our specialties. We stock and service all major lines of Dental Equipment and Supplies. -197F SEGALL -MAJESTIC Inc. are proud to have taken the portraits for this " 1967 MIRROR " 909-911 N. Charles Street BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND MUlberry 5-5621 Portraits — Weddings C_ k e i e ' c ( etainic aactatcti CAMPUS BOOKSTORE 621 W. 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Washington, D.C. §- r • Side Gripper r . • Set-in-Back Belt ■ ■ 400—100% Cotton 2x1 Sanforized Poplin $4.99 ' 800—100% Nylon Taffeta . . , $5.99 Mr rnr 805—100% Dacron Shantung .$6.99 Sizes 34-45 • zipper Front • Set-in-Back Belt • Convertible Collar 304 — Short Sleeves, 80% Polyester, 20% Cotton, White, Aqua, Blue $8.99 204 — Short Sleeves, 100% Dacron, Polyester Shantung . , , $7.99 604 — Short Sleeves, 100% Cotton Drip Dri Broshan Slub Sanfor- ized Plus $4.99 F N T rs — OK — SHAVING PARLOR • 531 West Baltimore Street Phone SA 7-9751 THE STUDENT ' S OWN SHOP Ambassador House Restavirant EUTAW PRATT Throwing an Affair Is Easier Than Pulling Teeth When SCHLEIDER Caters it for You Emerald Gardens 4210 Primrose Ave. Tel. 367-5520 ART — Artistry and Esthetics CRAFT — Unexcelled Craftsmanship ARTCRAFT DENTAL 500 W. Franklin St., Baltimore 1, Md. Compliments of CAMPUS INN 647 West Pratt Street Baltimore 1, Maryland i99y ■ i, ' ' - " ' • ' ■:! 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