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pvi ft mo ROOM HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARt UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE TIH IE 1969 HI IE ICC IC n Published by THE ONE HUNDRED THIRTIETH STUDENT BODY of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School, University of Maryland Robert T. Scott and Michael H. Radell, Editors Stephen A. Weiner and Joseph P. Bianchi, Business 31 HEALTH SCIENCES LtBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE IP IRK II ID IE NT of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Dr. Wilson H. Elkins DIEaVN of the BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND John X Si D.D.S., Ph.D. UY DIE,. DADE ADAM DEEMS In the death of Dr. Paul Adam Deems ' 28, the student body, the School, and the dental profession suffered the loss of a man who was exceptionally dedicated in all the facets of his very numerous profes- sional responsibilities. Born in Baltimore on September 16, 1900, Dr. Deems was educated in the public schools, graduating from City College in 1917. Having received the D.D.S. degree from the University of Maryland in 1928, he began in 1929 his first faculty affiliation that ended in 1947, when he resigned as Associate Professor in Dental Anatomy. In 1959 he rejoined the faculty as Instructor in Clinical Orthodontics. The Class of 1969 joins the members of 27 preceding classes in recogniz- ing the excellent contributions made by Dr. Deems both as an effective teacher and as an inspiring member of the profession. Dr. Deems held many offices, and the recording of these reflects the high esteem in which he was always held by his associates: President, Class of 1928; President, Gorgas Odontological Society; Deputy Coun- cilor, Psi Omega Fraternity; President, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Phi Chapter; President, Dental School Alumni Association; President, Balti- more City Dental Society; President, Washington-Baltimore Society of Orthodontists; President, Maryland Section of the American College of Dentists; Secretary-Treasurer, Middle Atlantic Society of Orthodontists; and Secretary, Maryland State Dental Association. Dr. Paul Deems merited high praise as a person and as a teacher. The members of the Class of 1969 desire to express their deeply felt appreciation for the fine honor of having been privileged to know Dr. Deems. ilY Dedicati IDE. WIILIBU1K O. IRaVMSIET Professor and Head Department of Restorative Dentistry The abilities of this knowledgeable man are as well known to the struggling freshman as they are to the graduating senior. Under Dr. Ramsey ' s capable leadership all students reap the benefits of a well-organ- ized, industrious, and dedicated Division of Prosthodontics. In addition, he has organized and made functional the newly created Department of Restorative Dentistry. Dr. Ramsey ' s devotion to dentistry and, more importantly, to den- tal education has prompted us to dedicate this yearbook as an expression of our appreciation. We hope that the integrity and dedication of this man will serve as emulative qualities by which we may pattern our pro- fessional lives. -HI- TIH IE 1969 MIRECR STAIT Editors Michael H. Radell and Robert T. Scott Business Managers Stephen A. Weiner and Joseph P. Bianchi Senior Section Editor Robert D. Pellarin Photographers Marc F. Auger, James L. Hiatt, Donald J. Hobart, Bruno R. West Contributors John Coviello, Walter H. Dickes, John J. Mitcherling, William W. Mitcherling, Theodore L. Reeder, Paul R. Rockoff, Kenneth R. Rotman, Sandra Schoenbrodt Secretary Deloris V. Williams Faculty Advisors Gardner P. H. Foley, George W. Piavis, Joseph C Biddix, Jr. -{ 53- FACULTY LEADERS Charles E. Barr Assistant Dean for Clinical Sciences Riley S. Williamson, Jr. Coordinator of Basic Dental Science Raymond M. Burgison Professor of Pharmacology Martin Lunin Assistant Dean for Curriculum Affairs Wilbur O. Ramsey Professor and Head of Restorative Dentistry Gardner P. H. Foley Professor of Community Dentistry Joseph C. Biddix Jr. Assistant to the Dean Irving I. Abramson Professor of Restorative Dentistry William E. Hahn Professor of Anatomy Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Restorative Dentistry Burton R. Pollack Professor of Community Dentistry Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics Charles T. Pridgeon Professor of Periodontics D. Vincent Provenza Professor of Histology and Embryology Donald E. Shay Professor of Microbiology John I. White Professor of Physiology Donald J. Forrester Associate Professor of Pedodontics V? m ■■ , — a - Frank M. Ganis Associate Professor of Biochemistry McDonald K. Hamilton Associate Professor of Oral Surgery Donald L. Olson Associate Professor of Oral Pathology Edmond G. Vanden Bosche Associate Professor of Restorative Dentistry Joseph A. Mead Assistant Professor of Medicine Patricia C. Stearns Assistant Professor of Dentistry and Director, Dental Hygiene Education indispensael.es FRCSU SCPH I — mnn nnnn JUNIOR SENIOR -{10}- DIP. MAIPIK IL. WAGNEIP Assistant Professor of Pedodontics Dr. Mark L. Wagner is an individual who has successfully com- bined ability as an educator with friendliness, personal equity and pro- fessionalism. We know and respect him as an instructor concerned with and dedicated to the dental student and the dental profession. His eagerness to be of service to the dental student at our University is well known and greatly appreciated. Dr. Mark L. Wagner honors us by accepting the position of Honorary Senior Class President for 1969. iuy By September, 1965, 7,921 of our predecessors had been graduated from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. The Class of 1969 was about to make the School its home for four years. Through the attrition of these memorable years, the original number of classmates declined to 91. We ' ve observed many changes at the B.C.D.S. Among these have been the institution of a fresh- man and sophomore clinical program; the termination of requirements and the beginning of team supervision; the retirement of several venerable teachers, along with the birth of teaching careers for many young, energetic idealists; the construction of a new school building and the obsolescence of the old one; the banning of fishing tackle boxes an d the institution of Riley bags. We ' ve presented skits titled " The Men from Plaque, " " Sounds of Clinic, " " A Man for All Lesions, " and " B.C.B.S. " We ' ve also witnessed riots, patient cancellations, the Hong Kong flu, goldddd foils, and too many 8 o ' clock lectures. In reminiscing, it seems that we began dental school four centuries ago; yet time has passed by very quickly. Most of us have married since that September in 1965, and many of us now have chil- dren. Some of us are wondering what we are doing here and where we are going; others now know. Now, we are about to receive our diplomas and go our separate directions. We publish this MIRROR to commemorate four amazing years. This is our yearbook, presenting the Class of 1969, a class the School will long remember. iny CfTICERS CLASS Or 1969 President Warren M. Morganstein Vice President Ronald M. Chaput Secretary Bernard J. Dormer Treasurer John E. Bullock Section A Representative Peter H. Facius Section B Representative David N. Taylor Historian Theodore S. Schwartz ■{13}- Whafs Our Class Really Like! The Staff of the 1969 MIRROR compiled the following facts concerning the Class of 1969: The average graduate is 25.6 years of age, weighs 166 pounds, and is J ' ll " tall. While in dental school, he gained 3.5 pounds. Seventy-five per cent of the Class of 1969 are married, while the bachelors average 1.7 dates per week. While being full-time students, 83% of the Senior Class moonlighted an average of 17.7 hours per week at an hourly wage of $3.20. Fifty-one per cent were employed as hospital laboratory tech- nicians. Other occupations varied from research to bricklaying. This part-time employment con- tributed to the average annual income of $4,875.00 (including wife ' s income). Although 75% of the Seniors had an average of 68% of their dental education paid for by their parents, 70% also found it necessary to borrow an average of $3,845.00 to finance their edu- cation and living expenses. Only 16% of the Senior students received partial scholarships averaging a total of $1,150.00 for four years. The ' 69 graduate owns on the average 1.1 cars, with the average year model being a 1965 " clunker. " Thirty-two per cent have ADA group life insurance. Only 20% of the class still smoke cigarettes, with 23% of the class having given up smoking while in dental school. Eighty-four per cent said they would again study dentistry if they had the opportunity to start anew. Of the 16% who would have chosen another field, one-half would have entered medicine. Eighty per cent of the Class of 1969 felt they received an adequate dental education, while an additional 12% felt they had received a superior dental education, leaving only 8% who did not feel that their education was adequate. They considered Gross Anatomy, Pathology, and Microbiology as the strong courses of their Basic Sciences Program; and considered Physiology as the weak Basic Science Course. Removable Prosthodontics was the overwhelming strong point of the Clinical De- partments, with Periodontics and Pedodontics also considered as strong departments. However, Op- erative Dentistry, Fixed Prosthodontics and Orthodontics were considered as weak Clinical Depart- ments. As to our future, 60 % now feel they will enter general practice after military service. Eight per cent consider Oral Surgery as their specialty, and 6%, plan to specialize in each of the following specialties: Pedodontics, Orthodontics, Endodontics, or Prosthodontics, with a final 8% unable to decide. It is the hope of the MIRROR Staff that these statistics will enable you to gain a better insight of the Class of 1969. -{14}- THE GRADUATING GLASS GIF 1969 Ronald Ellis Askeland Ron Sebring, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Xi Psi Phi (Rush Chairman and Pledge Master 2, 3) ... Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (President 4) . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Dental Association 1, 2 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Lab man for faculty . . . Odd man in Key West . . . Future — U. S. Army. Marc Francois Auger Maak Hyannis, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Mirror (Photographer 4) . . . Class Photographer . . . Married . . . One child . . . Hypochondriac . . . Master of the movie screen . . . Got pregnant with wife in senior year . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Raymond Charles Baker, Jr. Ray Cambridge, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . E. Benton Taylor Scholarship 1, 2 . . . Married . . . " Bay Raker " . . . Cambridge boy makes good — Buys Vette . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service internship. -U5}- Joel Martin Berg Berg Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega (Social Chairman 3, President 4, Delegate to National Convention 4) . . . Interfraternity Council (President 4) . . . Intramural Sports . . . Married . . . Studied National Boards for all exams . . . Used boil-out units to clean underwear . . . Psi Upsilon Tau Zeta Award 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Member of Kim ' s Raiders.. . . Future — Pedodontics. Jack Hutton Bishop, Jr. Jack Bladensburg, Maryland . . . Albright College . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Full-time lab tech., part-time student . . . Arm pits . . . Gerbil King . . . -Longfellow . . . Never wears a white shirt . . . Future — U. S. Army. David Bock Due Torrington, Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Headliner . . . Super Kinks . . . Good Humor Man . . . Friend of the Kampus Kops . . . Ex-con - two arrests but no convictions . . . Future — private practice. Darcey Frank Bohince Darcey Harrison City, Pennsylvania . . . Juniata College, B.S. . . . U. S. Army (1957-1959) ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . Loves pedo . . . Quiet . . . Loves to work with Dr. Lu . . . Worries about having a coronary . . . Class Great-grandfather . . . Future — rotating internship. U6Y Paul Allen Bowman BF Littlestown, Pennsylvania . . . Albright College . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . BF Award 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . The Laugh . . . Bowman ' s Backroom General Store . . . Future — U. S. Army. Richard Stratton Bradway Rich Millville, New Jersey . . . Juniata College, B.S. ... Psi Omega . . . Intramural Sports . . . Married . . . Seldom conscious . . . Top-notch Oradhesive salesman . . . Thinks Ernie ' s lectures are the greatest . . . One of the student lounge for lunch bunch . . . Future — U. S. Na y. Dennis Gordon Brave Dennis Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Treasurer 4) . . . Married . . . Reamer and filer . . . Specializing in specialties . . . Future — Endodontics. Charles Philip Brenner Chas Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Single . . . Home movie star . . . Trips over his own ties . . . Hawks female dental students . . . Member of Kim ' s Raiders . . . Future -- Pedodontics. ■{17}- John Edward Bullock Yanos Hanover, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Athletic Chairman 3, 4) . . . Gorgas (Secretary 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Treasurer 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 4 . . . Single . . . Financial wizard . . . 360 ' s . . . Thinks those diastemas will really close . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Edward Paul Byrne Paul Baltimore, Maryland . . . Catonsville Community College, A. A. . . . University of Maryland, B.A. ... Psi Omega (President 4) . . . Inter- fraternity Council 4 . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . Married . . . One child . . . Black leather coat . . . Plants watermelons . . . One of the student lounge for lunch bunch . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. James Calbert Campbell ].C. Takoma Park, Maryland . . . Columbia Union College, B.A. ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . The arm . . . Preacher turned Dentist . . . Nice burns . . . Hot, new T-bird . . . Future — associateship. James Joseph Campbell, Jr. Soup Hyde Park, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Good all-round athlete . . . Sleepy . . . Passed National Boards, but failed glucose tolerance test . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. 18!- John Erwin Carroll, III Flash Hyattsville, Maryland . . . University of North Carolina, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Editor 2, 3, 4) ... Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Cram and trivia king . . . Picked peas summer of ' 66 . . . South Carolina-bound . . . Lowest BMR in class . . . Future — U. S. Army. Albert Durwin Harold Chamberlain Zelmo Oshawa, Ontario, Canada . . . Andrews University Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Canadian Dentist . . . Swing-lock King . . . Wife is class pianist . . . practice. . . Gorgas . . . . . Gold foil kid Future — private Ronald Marshal Chaput Ron Pawtucket, Rhode Island . . . Providence College, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Secretary 3, President 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Interfraternity Council (Secretary-Treasurer 4) . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Dental Association 4 . . . Class Vice President 2 . . . Married . . . Chef . . . Salmonella suicide . . . Cecil B. . . . Heartbreaker . . . Class II Division I . . Future — associateship. Harry Arnold Curland Har Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Sergeant-at-arms 4) . . . Single . . . Surfer . . . Harry the walk . . . Only his hairdresser knows for sure . . . Fought with Frank 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Future — U. S. Army. {19} Charles Anthony D ' Amico Chuck Schenectady, New York . . . . . Married . . . Chico . Future — U. S. Air Force. Seton Hall University, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . The waiter . . . Occipital hairline . . . Ronald Allyn Davis Ron Alexandria, Virginia . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . U. S. Army 1959-1962 ... Psi Omega . . . Married . . . One child . . . Lab man . . . Hilly ' s mentor . . . 4-F ' d his wife . . . Turning over a new leaf . . . Movie buff . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Walter Henry Dickes Walt Sayville, New York . . . Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. . . . M irror 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Easy going . . . Lactona man . . . Monkey man . . . " Hey Kids " . . . Hard day at the orifice . . . Future — U. S. Army. Bernard John Dormer Bulldog Shamokin, Pennsylvania . . . Mount St. Mary ' s College . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice President 4, Social Chairman 4) . . . Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . B. J. . . Garbage skier . . . Black streaks . . . Big Jean, Little Jean . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. {20 ' r Michael Colin Duggan Mike Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Good voice . . . Straight Arrow . . . Quiet . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Thomas Joseph Egan Tom Greenbelt, Maryland . . . University of Scranton, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Student Dental Association 1, 2, 3 . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . Class President 1, 2, 3 . . . Co-chairman Senior Class Banquet 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Who? . . . Needs a prophy . . . The Phantom . . . Lost 90% of family freshman year . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Stuart Leslie Eisman Hormone Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Pituitary dwarf . . . Longfellow . . . Waldo man . . . Patients wore shortest skirts in clinic . . . Future — rotating internship. David Charles Eklund Bubba Takoma Park, Maryland . . . Columbia Union College, B.A. . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Foam ... J. C. ' s manager . . . What are you doing? . . . Perikaryon . . . Rumor man . . . Future — internship. -121}- Edwin Ezrine Ed Baltimore, Maryland . . . Parsons College, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . American Society of Dentistry for Children (Vice President 4) . . . Married . . . E 2 . . . Tire distributor . . . Famous questions . . . Hot water polish . . . Retread shoes . . . Can get it for you wholesale . . . Future — Pedodontics. Peter Hans Facius Pete Ft. Lauderdale, Florida . . . University of Florida, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (House Manager 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Student Dental Association 3 . . . Class Vice President 4 . . . Single . . . Hans .... Shaky Hands . . . Adrenalin Kid . . . Thermogel C. D. T. . . . Campus Inn 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Future — US. Army internship. Jay Carl Feinglass Jay Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Future Assistant Dean . . . Fuji photo . . . Opening Diagnosis Clinic . . . Thought he had frigid fish . . . Future — U. S. Army. Stuart Alan Feldman Stu Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Intramural Sports . . . Single . Kit . . . Rankin talks like him . . . Denies real love man . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Alpha Omega Lost Kennedy . Robert Hall -f22 r Lincoln Oling Frank Line Bethesda, Maryland . . . University of Pennsylvania, B.A. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Married . . . Opens the School . . . Perpetual smile . . . Efficiency expert . . . Prophys for Clement . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. Dominic Michael Gioffre Dom Wilmington, Delaware . . . Fordham University . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Intramural Sports . . . Married . . . One child . . . Intelligent questions . . . Part-time barber . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. John Joseph Heffron Neph Luzerne, Pennsylvania . . . Villanova University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . " Huh? " . . . Father owns Phillips 66 . . . Tranquil, never got excited . . . Will he ever marry " Soap " ? . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. William Edward Henshaw Willy Westminster, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Vice President 4) . . . Married . . . Member of cards for lunch bunch . . . Prosthetics is his bag . . . Westminster commuter . . . Future — U. S. Army. 23r William David Hill, II Hilly Easton, Maryland . . . Mount St. Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Three children . . . Davis ' shadow . . . Eastern Shore man . . . Thank God for Charlotte . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Robert Alan Jacobson Jake Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Sergeant-at-arms 3) . . . Married . . . Rhinoplasty veteran . . . Feets-ball . . . Liked bridge so much he decided to spend sophomore summer with Dr. Mastrola . . . Future — U. S. Army. William Francis Killian Gomer Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.A. ... Psi Omega (Chaplain 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Biochem man . . . Honorary President of Nursing School . . . Wasted no time starting family . . . Likes brandy and beer . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Richard Paul Knotts Jose Wilmington, Delaware . . . The College of Wooster (Ohio), B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Aisenberg Research Society (President 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 4 . . . Married . . . Sonny . . . Sinbad the Sailor . . . Constantly fighting a weight problem Future — rotating internshi -!24 r Bruce Lavell Lambson Bruce Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Utah . . . Psi Omega . . . Intramural Sports . . . Married . . . Two children ... A walking synapse . . . Class Grandfather . . . Future — private practice. Gary Alan Layton Mumbles Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Vice President 4, Delegate to National Convention 4) . . . Chairman, Senior Class Banquet . . . Married . . . One child . . . Dr. Lu ' s errand boy . . . Ectomorph . . . Best patient was Sherry . . . Took entire National Boards in 32 minutes . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Martin Patrick Londergan Marty Wilmington, Delaware . . . College of the Holy Cross . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Delaware commuter . . . Big time gambler . . . Member of cards for lunch bunch . . . Conveniently lost lab work . . . Selective attendance award 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Anthony Wayne Lo Verdi Butch Rochester, New York ... St. John Fisher College, B.S. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Ramesh ' s chauffeur . . . Very conscientious . . . Future — rotating internship. H 25 K Steven Daniel Macht Wyatt Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Intramural Sports 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Youngster . . . Too many dates . . . Loved dentistry . . . Future — medical school. William Preston Magee, Jr. Preston Fort Lee, New Jersey . . . Mount St. Mary ' s College . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 . . • Married . . . One child . . . Bruxer . . . Aerosol expert . . . Sleeper . . . Wife quit third job to have baby . . . Future — medical school. Dennis George Mankovich Mank Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania ... St. Bonaventure University . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Single . . . Crammer . . . Pin cushion . . . Used car dealer, ' 56 Buick to XKE in 3 years . . . Future — rotating internship. Peter Daniel Maroshek Clyde Bethesda, Maryland . . . Wake Forest University, B.S. . . . Married . . . Megaphone mouth . . . " Well! " . . . Golfer . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. . Psi Omega Egan ' s buddy -126K Charles Patterson McCausland Charlie Glyndon, Maryland . . . Duke University, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Single . . . Dr. Pridgeon ' s double . . . Exposed cuspid while still in enamel . . . Future — private practice. Joseph Francis Miele Rosy Jersey City, New Jersey . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Vice President 2) . . . Interfraternity Council 2 . . . Skit Night 3 • . . Married . . . Moneybags . . . Centerfold for Esquire . . . Pipe for every outfit . . . Wore 3-piece-suit to plastering lab . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. John Joseph Mitcherling Mitch Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. ... Psi Omega (Treas- urer 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Mirror 4 . . . Interfraternity Council 2 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Independent . . . Never helped twin brother . . . Rodger ' s No. 1 son . . . Ban man . . . Tennis enthusiast . . . Mother is No. 1 patient . . . Future — internship. William Webster Mitcherling Mitch Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. ... Psi Omega (Senator 2, Assistant Grand Master 3, Rush Chairman 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Mirror 4 . . . Interfraternity Council 3 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Independent . . . Never helped twin brother . . . Politician . . . Quiet when asleep . . . Gave Rodger black eye . . . Tennis enthusiast . . . DAU refugee . . . Future — internship. -{27!- John Marvin Moffitt Moff Spokane, Washington . . . Washington State University, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . Student Dental Association 1 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Hates kids . . . Opportunity kid . . . " What, me worry? " . . . Future — Pedodontics. Warren Michael Morganstein Stein Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Dental Association . . . Class Vice President 3 . . . Class President 4 . . . Married . . . Public Health ace . . . Egan beater . . . Happy Birthday . . . Got placebo in hair clinic . . . First Jewish President . . . Future — U. S. Public Health internship. Robert Emmett Morris Wabbit Boston, Massachusetts . . . College of the Holy Cross, A.B. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Student-Faculty Day Co-chairman 3 . . . Student Dental Association (Representative 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4) ... Intramural Sports . . . Single . . . Emmett . . . Harpo . . . " Buffoon " ... " I don ' t care, grade it. " . . . Showdown with Egan . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Thomas Vincent O ' Sullivan, Jr. T.V. Worcester, Massachusetts . Phi . . . Class Treasurer 1, Frustrated Flash Gordon . Endo Technique Award . . College of the Holy Cross . . . Xi Psi . . . Intramural Sports 1 . . . Single . . . Alopecia . . . Jazzbo . . . Cycle Kid . . . Future — U. S. Navy. i28Y i BHHBIS99 Robert Denis Pellarin Bozo Greenbelt, Maryland . . . Xavier University, B.S. . . . Mirror (Editor, Senior Section 4) . . . Married . . . Chrome Dome . . . Got placebo in hair clinic . . . Nice guy . . . Stanley ' s best friend . . . Future — U. S. Navy. John Rogers Porter fob Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . ADA Student Clinicians Association 1966, 1967 . . . Honorable mention, ADA Con- vention 1967 . . . Married . . . Mr. Table Clinic . . . Car wash king . . . Will own Maryland in two years . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service internship. Robert Nelson Prager Shadow Miami, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Dr. Rankin ' s speed and Reeder ' s hands . . . Wilbur ' s boy . . . Borrowed notes 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Future — Veterans Administration internship. Thomas David Pulliam Pull Tampa, Florida . . . University of South Florida . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 3) . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 4 . . . Skit Night 3 . . . Married . . . Pool shark . . . Member of cards for lunch bunch . . . " Little Hoodlum " . . . Future — internship. -{291- Franklin Webster Quillin, Jr. Fraaaank St. Petersburg Beach, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Xi Psi Phi (Historian 2, 3, 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . American Society of Dentistry for Children . . . Single . . . Sign Maker . . . West Virginian . . . Mod pad with playmate wallpaper . . . Letters to the Governor . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. Michael Hank Radell Mike Miami, Florida . . . University of Florida, A. A. . . . Alpha Omega (Assistant Treasurer 2, Historian 3, Secretary 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Mirror (Contributor 2, Editor 4) . . . American Society of Dentistry for Children . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Speed talker . . . Class projectionist . . . Mr. Organization ... A better " Sue " than Sue . . . Future — U. S. Army. Theodore Lee Reeder Clyde Silver Spring, Maryland . . . Columbia Union College . . . . Gorgas . . . Mirror 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Flower child . . . Granny safety glasses . . . Prager ' s Hasn ' t studied since fifth grade, and doesn ' t need to . Kim ' s Raiders . . . Future — U. S. Army. . . Xi Psi Phi " C " Man . . . lab man . . . . Member of Jeffrey Basil Rizzolo, Jr. M Pawtucket, Rhode Island ... St. Anselm ' s College, A.B. . Phi . . . Skit Night 1 . . . Intramural Sports 4 . . . Single . . . Hot rodder . . . Lives on STP . . . Hockey fanatic . says Grace before eating . . . Future — U. S. Army. . Xi Psi . Scuffy Always 30: Paul Richard Rockoff Rock Fairfield, Connecticut . . . University of Vermont, A.B. . . . Mirror 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Loves dentistry . . . Class Optimist . . . Class critic and skit humorist . . . Spent two years in Oral Surgery . . . Disliked school after 20 minutes . . . " Think I ' m going to get out? " . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. Kenneth Roy Rotman Ken Lake Park, Florida . . . University of Florida, A.A. . . . Mirror 4 . . . Married . . .Good smile line . . . Maintains files of Ernie ' s notes . . . Always picks a winner . . . Member of cards for lunch bunch . . . Future — U. S. Public Health internship. Richard Lewis Rubin Dick Ft. Lauderdale, Florida . . . Tulane University . . . Alpha Omega (Chaplain 3, 4) ... Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 3 . . . Married . . . Hyper . . . Not grade conscious . . . Gold foil man . . . " Is Rubin here? " . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Ramesh Chandra Sardana Rum Baltimore, Maryland . . . Agra University (India), B.Sc, Lucknow University (India), B.D.S., University of Maryland, M.S. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . Married . . . Interpreter for Dr. Choudhary . . . Always talking . . . Thrilled by first stag film . . . Double dentist . . . From instructor to student in two years . . . Future — research and teaching. 431 William Schoolfield Sartorius, Jr. Bill Baltimore, Maryland . . . Hamilton College . . . Gorgas . . . Married One child . . . The artist ... Great burns . . . Quiet man . . . Endo whiz . . . Pellarin witnessed the great event . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Allan Wade Schlesinger Al Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . Franklin and Marshall College . . . Alpha Omega . . . Single . . . Expert gold polisher . . . Tin oxide man . . . Vermont week-end warrior . . . Chain . . . Imitates the Gup . . . Future — rotating internship. Frederick Arthur Schoenbrodt Fred Ellicott City, Maryland . . . Gettysburg College, B.A. . . . Gorgas (Treasurer 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Married . . . Army week- end warrior . . . " Heil " . . . Has 84 hematocrit . . . Secret gunner . . . Member of the super race . . . Future — U. S. Army internship. Theodore Segal Schwartz Ted North Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Florida . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Historian 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Choudhary ' s boy . . . Organized gripe sessions . . . " I ' m not grade conscious. " . . . Smiled once in four years . . . Class debater . . . Future — U. S. Navy. •{32 1- Robert Twining Scott Scotty Randallstown, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (Vice President 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Mirror (Business Manager 3, Editor 4) . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . Married . . . Part-time anatomist . . . EKG technician . . . Worships Scrooge McDuck . . . Always in the clinic . . . Fainted first time he saw his profile . . . Instruments with initials W.O.R. . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Denny McLeod Smith D Bishopville, South Carolina . . . Emory University, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi (Historian 3, 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Student Dental Association (Representative 2, Vice President 3, President 4) . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Inmate . . . Southerner . . . " Flipper " . . . School organizer . . . Spent most time with the Dean ... In love with the sack . . . Pea Picker . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. James Gilbert Stefen Jim Laurel, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Steinberg ' s shadow . . . Wife personal barber . . . Baldness is a sign of virility . . . Ankle stranglers . . . Wants to water ski to work . . . Future — associateship. Melvyn Arthur Steinberg Mel Laurel, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Vice President 1 . . . Married . . . Optometrist ... Ski buff . . . Bronze star in the village . . . Gadget man . . . Stefen ' s shadow . . . Technicolor notes . . . Has own faculty meeting . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. an David Norris Taylor, Jr. Dave Concord, New Hampshire . . . University of New Hampshire, B.A. . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Student Dental Association 4 . . . Married . . . Two children . . . Golden hands . . . Jogs through the clinic . . . " Swivel Neck " . . . Future — Oral Surgery internship. - Gerald Norman Title Jerry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Married . . . Growing love handles . . . Up- tight Title . . . Follicle transplants . . . Private line to wife . . . Future — U. S. Army. Eugene Andrew Tomosivitch Gene Goshen, New York ... St. John ' s University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Married . . . One child . . . Eagle die-hard . . . Collects parking tickets . . . Onion farmer . . . Future — U. S. Army. John True Trefethen Jack Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maine, B.S. ... Psi Omega Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Intramural Sports 4 . . . Married Three children . . . Fed tapeworm for four years . . . Librarian . Self-made pedo requirements . . . Future — private practice. 434 J- David William Trussell Dave Baltimore, Maryland . . . Washington and Lee University, B.A. . Gorgas . . . Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . Married . . . One child . . . Class singer . . . Fuller Brush man . Diastema Bartender ' Irving " Future — associateship. John Wayne Tucker 7 nek Bowie, Maryland . . . George Washington University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Slow motion . . . Basketball coach for Maryland General nurses . . . EKG technician . . . Killed Corvair . . . Jean-Claude Killy ' s double . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Michael John Vallillo Piggy Annapolis, Maryland . . . LaSalle College, B.A. . . . Xi Psi Phi (President 3) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Interfraternity Council (Presi- dent 3) . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Loves Pekinese pups . . . Born engaged . . . Diastema . . . Frequents the Palestra . . . Future — U. S. Navy. Kimball Spencer Wade Ttimbleweed Washington Grove, Maryland . . . University of Michigan, B.A. . . . Psi Omega (Sergeant-at-arms 4) . . . Single . . . Ultimate senior . . . Vermont week-end warrior . . . Black coffee . . . Leader of Kim ' s Raiders . . . Future — private practice. -5 35}- Charles Ronald Wanner Bud Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Psi Omega (Senator 3, Secretary 4) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . One child . . . Ski bum . . . Dustin . . . The nose . . . Image of Cappuccio . . . Future — U. S. Public Health Service. Alfred Burnham Warren Al North Palm Beach, Florida . . . Palm Beach Junior College, A.A. Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Skit Night 1,3... Intramural Sports 1 Married . . . Finished C B junior year . . . Gold Foil Award Florida boy, but loves ski country . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Stephen Alan Weiner Steve Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Alpha Omega (Assistant Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4) . . . Mirror (Business Manager 3, 4) . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Single . . . Has no trouble getting dates three weeks in advance . . . Vermont week-end warrior . . . Buys clothes at Good Will . . . Member of Kim ' s Raiders . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Bruno Reginald West Bruno Bristol, Connecticut . . . University of Connecticut, B.A. . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Secretary 4) . . . Mirror (Photographer 4) . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Brown throat . . . Broke Facius ' clavicle . . . The animal . . . Punctuality Award 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Twelve patients per day . . . Ski bum . . . Future — rotating internship. ■136! Robert John Winebrenner Wine Beltsville, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . Train man . . . Endomorph . . . Never did anything over one weekend . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Married . . . . Got married John Arthur Wood, Jr. Jack Easton, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, A.B. . . . Single . . . Helped Ernie complete C B requirements . . . Rollo the Rich Kid . . . Lived with Father Roman as long as he could . . . Winebrenner ' s antagonist . . . " No, Em . Wood! " . . . Future — U. S. Air Force. Morton Wood Mort Springfield, Massachusetts . . . American International College . Alpha Omega . . . Skit Night 2, 3 . . . Married . . . Tongue-tied Bruno ' s punching bag . . . Took week-end trips to Washington Developed and fixed a piece of paper . . . " No, Em M. Wood! " Future — Oral Surgery internship. Roland Joseph Zwiebel Roland Waterbury, Connecticut . . . Fairfield University, B.S. . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Skit Night 2, 3, 4 . . . Married . . . Verbal mechanic . . . Has never been wrong . . . Longest vocal cords in class . . . Has been known to exaggerate . . . Future — rotating internship. an TIH IE SENIORS 1. Your breath wilted my mirror! 2. Of course I can ' t see — the light ' s on my head. 3. Let ' s see . . . Dr. Rankin on Thursday, Dr. Dosh on Monday, Wednesday . . . 4. You say you dropped your 8-unit ceramco bridge in the only cuspidor in the clinic without a filter? 5. It ' s called the one finger impression technique. 6. Well Ma ' am, I ' ll tell you why they call me Quasimoto ! 38 r THE SENIORS 1. I don ' t care what you ' re feeling for, get those d - clips off my nose! 2. Who? 3. Let go of my finger Ma ' am! Please! 4. That ' s funny, my thumb is starting to tingle! 5. I ' m a Senior; I don ' t have to look anymore. WY THE JUNICB CLASS President Robert A. Oblinger Vice President Robert W. Jackson Secretary Victor S. Firmani Treasurer Thomas E. Baldwin Section A Representative Joseph P. Bianchi Section B Representative Barry Wolfe Our metamorphosis is complete — since there are no unmarred teeth remaining in our dentoforms — look out patients! Yes, it ' s now real live " things " to treat, with nerves, vessels, and the ability to " not show " for appointments. After being shifted from group to group, we have finally come to rest on the first floor. Here we are incorporating our basic science knowledge and clinical exper- ience and finding it most rewarding. National Boards have come and gone; and in keeping with tradition, we made an admirable showing. Could it be the first two years were learning years? -Hoi- First Row: France, Conrad, Connelly, Elfont, Brooks, Frank, Fahey, Berman. Second Row: Gossard, Holland, DiPaula, Cohen, Ashman, Dubick, Culiner, Jackson, Brayton. Third Row: Frey, Baldwin, Haskins. Bailey, Davidson, Davis, Blicher, Bianchi, Carlson. THE JUNICRS First Row: Neach, Vezina, Nelson, Robert, Rudo, Shivy, Steckler, Stallsmith, Mahaffy, Snee. Second Roir: Whiting, Lantiere, Siegel, Marcoot, Woods, McDonald, Schreiber, Sabol, Rauch, Sochacki, Prehn, Pincus, Wolf, Williams. Third Row: Klampert, Simons, Wilson, Lippert, Wolfe, Oblinger, Tifford, Truscinski, Landay, Noren. HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE THE JUNIORS 2. I ' ve heard of students using finger rests before, but this is ridiculous! It ' s amazing what you can do with an Erector Set these days. 3. Can ' t understand why my back hurts! 4. Doctor, are you sure extracting 32 healthy teeth will enhance this patient ' s esthetics? 5. Oh my gosh, Endo ' s booked solid till next September! 6. Now I know where John G. gets all his information. -M2 r THE JUNIORS 1. There now, I don ' t think your cheek will be giving you any more trouble. 2. Boy, and I thought our stag was good! 3. ... and then she said I ' d better get out or she ' d show me her Karate kick. 4. use Dial; why doesn ' t this student? 5. No, I don ' t seem to have my nail clippers with me today, Doctor. 6. I may be a -little overweight, but this chair back is ridiculous. -[43 h THE SCIPIHCMCIPIE CLASS President Robert H. Herndon Vice President Stephen D. Cottrell Secretary Norma Ann Kaplis Treasurer (First Semester) Jonathan G. Brown Treasurer (Second Semester) Nathan D. Gold Section A Representative Arthur G. Krause Section B Representative Robert J. Rosenberg Words can ill convey the mixed emotions felt by the Sophomore Class. We are thankful for the innumerable bits of wisdom imparted to us by an outstanding fac- ulty; we are exuberant that two strenuous years of dental education have elapsed since our arrival; we are simultaneously apprehensive, jubilant, and anxious over the pros- pects of entering the clinic; and we are saddened a little by the departure of some faculty members who have contributed much to our education. The Sophomore Class has come to know adversity and disappointment; but more importantly we have learned to profit by error, to accept advice, and to begin to apply some of the principles of good dentistry. For all these reasons and more, the Sophomore Class can most certainly say, " It has been a very good year. " -H4; First Ron ' Kobernick, Fagan, Brown, Kaplis, Dolan, Goldfaden, Herndon, Gingles. Second Rotv: DeCarlo, Cottrell, Galbo, DiSalvo, Gottehrer, Kroe, Hepner. Cohen, V., Kassolis, Burrows, DiFabio. Third Row: Gildenhorn, Kamens, Gallucci, Fields, Kaminaris, Berg, Gold, Abramson, Jones, Krause, Kossak. TIH IE SCPHCMCRES First Row: Blank, Mallek, Rogers, Slott, Rosen, Stiller, Lerner, Robertson, Pazakis, Waldron. Second Roiv: Thompson, Little, Silberman, Smith, Sitzamer, Sweeney, Theobald, McGonigle, Levine, Zinn. Third Row: Phillippy, Moody, Oryshkevych, Tinanoff, Spaulding, Tribull, Ostroff, Myers, Nelson, Turner, Skupas, McConnaughey, Lynch, Rosenberg. Fourth Row: Pino, Lavoie, Zovickian, Reinhardt, Verbos, Walpert, Weiner, Schopler, Rosenthal, Yarmosky, Warnick, Tessler. Russo. THE SCPHCMCRES 1. ... and now for our period of silent devotion. 2. For goodness sakes, I guess I did prepare the wrong arch! 3. Tessler, wake up! 4. How could Dr. Johnson possibly call that a match- stick prep? 5. I think I just waxed this molar to the bench! ■{461- TIH IE SOPHOMORES 1. Hey, this turbine really can zing through flesh. 2. You know, with those Granny glasses, you ' re kind of cute. 3. They say if you kiss it you ' ll have good luck! 4. I think I ' ll need another semester to finish polishing this. 5. Wonder why Dr. Jerbi asked me if my name was Miss Kaplis? 6. I ' m not sure about that; you ' d better ask Dr. Watson. AVY TIH IE iriRKIHMAN CLASS President Kenneth J. Wachuk Vice President Jared I. Fine Secretary Richard A. Berryman Treasurer Robert D. Katz Section A Representative Lawrence W. Hooper Section B Representative James B. Willis Historian Lawrence A. Kaplan A strong core of highly spirited, enthusiastic intellectuals, separate in identity, yet united by a common bond of class unity and spirit, best describes the Freshman Class. Throughout the 1968-69 academic year, the Class of 1972 has attained near excellence in many of its endeavors, both academic and social. Encompassed in a period of many changes, the Class of 1972 has shown the ability to accept and adjust most adequately to the alterations initiated. As with our predecessors, we anxiously await the completion and opening of the new Dental School. Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1969 and to the future dentists of B.C.D.S. — Best of luck! -{48 j- First Row: Berger, Agnini, Detrich, Blood, Dorr, Davis, Corcoran, Housaman, Broadrup, Danenberg, Bloom, Forwood. Second Row: Edelman, Faber, Feldman, Bowles, Blevins, Fletcher, Cooper, Coseo, Hemler, Gingell, Bohaker, Finn, Flynn, Floyd, Deery. Third Roiu: Chioariu, Carruth, Bulk, Berryman, Collins, Gurney, Goodman, Aumiller, Ferguson, Fields, Brown, Bauer. inn ie rREsriM r i First Row: Wachuk, Jones, Siegel, Kay, Lissy, Linsey, Richards, Katz, Nowakowski, Moskowitz, Pelczar, Mrazik, Kaplan, G., Raksin. Second Row: Maddox, Marks, Weinberg, Tapia, Russell, Lebowitz, Shlafmitz, Vine, Katzen, Lowney, Quinn, Zipkis, Jackson, Meloy, McAllister, Pelletier, Yeoumans, Winn, White, Willis, Rosenthal. Third Row: Milleson, Lustman, Kaminski, Kimmel, Robbins, Tilgner, Rosenbloom, Kaplan, L., Levinson, Korb, Sindall, Lewis, Schwartz, Proenza, Scerba, Braun, Shaivitz. TIH IE IEICIESIHMIEN 1. Gentlemen, you look as though your minds are as blank as this screen. 2. Riley, how much longer do I have to stand behind here? 3. Did I hear you say " Ouch " ? ■■■■■ 4. Mr. Loivney, when are you going to get a haircut? 5. You ' re supposed to punch holes in the dam before you put it in his mouth, dummy ! 6. That ' s funny, I don ' t seem to have any black lab gowns in my kit! 50 Y TIH IE TOESHM r i 1. OK, so I ' m taking a good look. I still don ' t see any teeth. 2. If he doesn ' t get his foot off my thigh, I ' ll scratch his eyes out! 3. Progress! 4. Oh no, not another student resignation! 5. Oh my God, I ' m impaled! 6. Now watch me use all 8 pencils at once. iny OOOo oo a ,0 oo 13 O P THE DEUTflL STIIOT flfTEK HCIES The University of hlaryland Student Dental Association First Row: Oblinger, Morris, Smith, Bailey, Herndon. Second Row: Chaput, Taylor, Bianchi, Wolfe, Morganstein, Rosenberg, Krause. President Denny M. Smith Vice President Donald W. Bailey Secretary-Treasurer Robert E. Morris The University of Maryland Student Dental Association activity this school year has been concerned with the problem of student-faculty relations. Lunches with the Dean, coffee hours with the Faculty, and easily accessible channels of communi- cation with the Administration have been firmly established. The Student Affairs Committee of the Faculty Council and the Executive Committee of the U.M.S.D.A. have dealt with faculty responsibility and student protection in an ethics system. In an effort to produce a workable document, the Executive Committee has formulated a Code of Ethics which, if approved, will begin functioning next fall. Most effective of the U.M.S.D.A. activities has been the effort to properly or- ganize the financial affairs of student funds. The Student Loan Fund and the Mirror records have been audited, the class finances have been incorporated in a uniform book- keeping system, and an accountant has been retained to audit the financial records of several student organizations. For the first time, U.M.S.D.A. has organized a stu- dent newspaper, The Reflector, for publication. This year ' s faculty advisors are Dr. Frank C. Jerbi, Professional Advisor, and Dr. Joseph C. Biddix, Jr., Financial Advisor. an Established in 1916 as a scholastic honorary society for students of the B.C.D.S., The Gorgas Odontological Society perpetuates the name of a distinguished alumnus and pioneer in dental education, Dr. Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas. To be eligible for membership, students must be in either the junior or senior year and have achieved standing in the upper third of their class. Furtherance of knowledge pertinent to the profession, which is not available through the school curriculum, is the object of the monthly meeting s. Senior mem- bers are presented with a certificate at the annual spring formal. The faculty advisor is Dr. Jose H. Diaz. President David N. Taylor Vice President Robert T. Scott Secretary Frederick A. Schoenbrodt Treasurer John E. Bullock J ,54}- First Rou ' : Porter, Schoenbrodt, Taylor, Scott, Bullock, West, Brave, Brenner. Second Row: Sartorius, Chamberlain, Killian, Sardana, Morganstein, Chaput, Knotts, Facius, Rubin, Henshaw. Third Roiv: Warren, Schwartz, Trussell, Moffitt, Baker, Radell, Trefethen, Title, Magee. First Row: Simons, Robert, Kimmel, Hershon, Frank, Haskins, Prehn, Connelly, Lee. Second Row: Harris, Bianchi, Smerlis, Marcoot, McDonald, Colangelo, Rauch, Coviello, Brooks. Third Row: Burt, Jackson, Rudo, Lippert, Weinhardt, Blicher, Mahaffy, Oblinger. Qamma Pi Delta President Ronald E. Askeland Vice President William E. Henshaw Secretary Bruno R. West Treasurer Dennis G. Brave Gamma Pi Delta was chartered in 1965 in honor of Dr. Grayson W. Gaver as an honorary stu- dent dental association with scholarship and interest in prosthetic dentistry as criteria for admission. The objectives of Gamma Pi Delta are advancement of prosthetic dentistry through lecttires, table clinics, and other academic activities; to stimulate creative student interest; and to offer addi- tional knowledge to those with an interest in prosthetics. Faculty advisors to the organization are Dr. Frank C. Jerbi and Dr. Dean C. Johnson. " (56F First Row: Scott, Schoenbrodt, Taylor, Henshaw, Askeland, West, Brave, Brenner, Bullock. Second Row: Mitcherling, J., Gioffre, Mitcherling, W., Chamberlain, Killian, Sardana, Chaput, Morganstein, Knotts, Facius, Rubin, Quillin, Vallillo. Third Row: Warren, Stefen, Schwartz, Moffitt, Baker, Radell, Title, Trefethen, Magee. i D First Row: Simons, Robert, Wolfe, Hershon, Frey, Haskins, Prehn, Connelly, Lee. Second Row: Harris, Bianchi, Smerlis, Marcoot, McDonald, Colangelo, Rauch, Coviello, Gossard. Third Row: Bailey, Jackson, Rudo, Lippert, Weinhardt, Mahaffy, Oblinger, Ceplenski. First Row: Berg, Layton, Weiner, Radell. Second Row: Schlesinger, Brenner, Wood, Jacobson. Third Row: Feinglass, Macht, Frank, Schwartz, Prager. First Row: Berman, Steckler, Rosenthal, Rosenberg, Silberman, Tessler, Brooks, Davidson. Second Row: Haskins, Blank, Solomon, Blicher, L:vine, Elfont, Walpcrt, Berg, Katkow. Third Row: Pincus, Siegel, Bernstein, Woods, Rosen, Schreiber, Ashman, Yarmosky, Gottehrer. iny Alpha Omega President Joel M. Berg Vice President Gary A. Layton Secretary Michael H. Radell Treasurer Stephen A. Weiner Chaplain Richard L. Rubin Historian Robin L. Woods iW :• i. First Roiv: Bohince, Mitcherling, J., Wanner, Mitcherling, W., Byrne. Second Row: Sardana, Scott, Campbell, J. C, Trefethen, McCausland, Maroshek, Killian, Porter. First Row: Connelly, Rauch, Holland, Vezina, Sochacki. Second Row: Kassolis, France, Fahey, Myers, Nelson, Krause, Phillippy. i6oy {6lY Xi Psi Phi First Row: Vallillo, Hill, Pulliam, Chaput, Facius, Zwiebel, Morris. Second Row: Askeland, Bowman, Smith, Mankovich, Miele, Carroll, O ' Sullivan. Third Row: Rizzolo, Heffron, Dormer, Bullock. First Row: Carlsten, Sweeney, Dolan, Sabol, Bianchi, Lantiere, Robert, Marcoot, Sloan, Nelson, Snee, Whiting. Second Row: Gingles, DiFabio, Theobald, Spaulding, Smith, Tribull, Verbos, McConnaughey, McGonigle, Neach, Ceplenski, McHenry, Wilson, Denney. Third Row: DeCarlo, Wolf, Davis, Jackson, Little, Oryshkevych, Tifford, Mahaffy, Buchan, Brayton, Masterson, Shivy, Carlson, Coletti. i62Y ®? President Ronald M. Chaput Vice President Bernard J. Dormer Secretary Roger N. Carlsten Treasurer Joseph A. Nelson Historian Franklin W. Quillin 165Y Ai The Aisenberg Research Society was founded on the belief that stimulating interest in dental re- search is necessary to the growth of our profession. Its membership is drawn from the students who have had research experience, especially in summer dental research, and those who show interest by giving scientific presentations. A new program instituted this year is concerned with promoting interest in table clinic presen- tations. This will encompass the Baltimore Campus as well as local, state and regional dental meet- ings. The program will also provide an area in which the student may gain valuable experience in either basic science or clinical presentations, exchange ideas with other students and practitioners, and broaden the base of his general dental knowledge. Membership includes: Richard P. Knotts, President Thomas B. Fahey, Vice President Edward P. Byrne Thomas J. Egan Charles J. Elfont Harold H. Fagan Timothy J. Flaherty Gilbert J. Frey Leo E. Hershon Edwin L. Holland Eric A. Katkow John M. Moffitt Yaromyr M. Oryshkevych John R. Porter Robert T. Scott Dr. Frank M. Ganis, Faculty Advisor The Maryland Student Branch of the American Society of Dentistry for Children was formed in December, 1968. Its purposes are to create an interest in dental procedures with children, to en- hance the ability of the general practitioner in his work with children, and to stimulate interest in pedodontics as a specialty. These purposes are fulfilled by means of monthly discussions with gen- eral practitioners and specialists from the Baltimore-Washington area. This organization is the new- est on campus and has twenty-two charter members: Thomas E. Baldwin, President Edw N Ezrine, Vice President Gilbert J. Frey, Secretary-Treasurer Joel M. Berg Ronald M. Chaput Stuart A. Feldman Michael H. Radell Steven G. Ashman Michael J. Bennett Barry R. Berman Michael M. Blicher Dr. Donald J. Forrester and Dr. Mark L. Norman N. Brooks Walter A. Buchan Roger N. Carlsten John T Coletti Ralph N. Cortezi John Coviello Richard A. France Gerald F. Sabol David M. Sochacki Jerome A. Soloman George E. Vezina Wagner, Faculty Advisors -{64) Professor Gardner P. H. Foley The position of Faculty Advisor to The Mirror offers no additional financial reward or prestige. What it does entail is much thankless time and effort. It is with this thought in mind that we, The 1969 Mirror Staff, express our sincere appreciation to Professor Gardner P. H. Foley. For more than thirty years Mr. Foley has been the Faculty Advisor to The Mirror. In this capacity he has strived to enlighten each year ' s staff concerning the workings of an annual publication. Through Mr. Foley ' s untiring efforts the quality of The Mirror has improved immeasurably over the years. Without his able assistance there would have been many incomplete and unpublished editions of the yearbook. Mr. Foley not only proofread each annual from cover to cover, but he also offered sound advice regarding business management, cover design, feature selection and layout technique. We speak not only for ourselves, but for all past Mirror staffs under your supervision, when we say, " Thank you, Mr. Foley, for your inval- uable time, devotion and effort. " ■{65Y CUR NEW HOME When our long-awaited new dental school building is completed in the early part of 1970, the University of Maryland will boast of one of the most progressive dental schools in the country. The five-story building, with 288,000 square feet of space and pro- visions for two additional stories, will permit expansion of the entering class from 100 to 128 students, as well as provide space for training dental hygienists and dental assistants. What will put the School in the forefront of dental education, how- ever, are the curriculum changes that the new building will make possible. With 256 student cubicles, each junior and senior will have an office of his own where he may treat patients, assigned to him on a continuing basis, for all of their dental problems. All of these cubicles will be located on one floor. Kennedy Kits will be replaced by mobile cabinets. The central paging desk will be connected to an intercom in each cubicle, where students may also receive phone calls from patients. There will be a spe- cial area for children in- cluding their own TV and walls for doodling, plus a " quiet room " for difficult pedodontic pa- tients. Also planned is a clinic for the handicap- ped, having its own pri- vate entrance. September 21, 1967 September, 1968 March, 1969 1970 Freshmen and sophomores will be assigned their own laboratory space in which to do all of their lab work. They will concentrate first on mastering basic techniques and then on integrating all of the laboratory sciences within the framework of patient treatment. Special rooms will be set aside for patient education in oral hygiene. Here, students will be aided by filmstrips, records, and pamphlets to demonstrate proper dental care. Among other inno- vations in the new building are: closed-circuit color television — to be used extensively to view interesting clinic cases or lectures, computers — to evaluate student progress as well as store patient information, and programmed teaching machines — for self-teaching. The new building will permit a greater number of advanced education programs leading to master ' s and doctoral degrees, more postgraduate courses for dentists seeking eligibility to specialty boards, and more of the short continuation courses that practicing dentists need to keep informed about recent advances in dentistry. As illustrated, our new building is making much progress since ground was broken on September 21, 1967, -{67!- FEATURES {68Y TIH IE TEAM AIPIPIPCACIH {69} HIRECR INTERVIEW: i Dr. Ernest B. Nuttall WORDS TO THE WISE FROM THE WISEST! The following is a fictitious interview expressing the wisdom and wit of Dr. Ernest B. Nuttall, using actual quotes taken from his lectures. Mirror: Dr. Nuttall, we are very pleased to have such a renowned operator and lecturer with us. To what do you accredit your fame as a lecturer? Nuttall: Lectures are primarily for entertainment. -{70)- Mirror: We hear you have discovered some of the problems with our system in the Operative Depart- ment. Nuttall: Yes, this isn ' t meant to be criticism, just fact. They cut preps to condense foil that could have been left alone for another 30 years, and their inlays are cement fillings with an island of gold. Mirror: As long as we are on the subject, what are some of our problems in crown and bridge? Nuttall: Our trouble is we have teepee operators who use the cone technique of abutment preparation. They have to use full coverage to cover up the teeth they mutilated, and their crowns end up fitting like boots on a rooster. Mirror: It is said that you do not believe that four-handed dentistry will be an answer to our shortage of dentists — is this true? Nuttall: This isn ' t meant to be criticism — four-handed dentistry has its place, but 2 of those hands just squirt air and water. Besides, most assistants couldn ' t pour out of a boot with the instruc- tions on the toe and heel. Mirror: We ' ve also heard it said that you think our present sterile techniques are inadequate. Nuttall: That ' s right; the student ' s instruments are dirty enough to gag a maggot. That ' s because putting them in their sterilizing dishes is like dipping them in sterile . Mirror: Tell us doctor, do you think that, like the medical profession, dentistry will soon be all special- ties? Nuttall: God, I hope not; it ' s just a way of splitting up the graft. These specialists take refuge behind a limited practice and eventually they end up being too educated to work. The only real special- ist is a dentist. Mirror: What are some of the shortcomings of dentistry today? Nuttall: Dentistry today is complicated by errors of commission — not omission. People should learn what not to touch; they end up taking out better dentistry than they can redo. They have to hurry and get the appliance in before Nature corrects the problem. Mirror: Then are dentists doing a service to their patients? Nuttall: You want to save your teeth, stay away from dentists. Sometimes they have successful treatment despite what they do — not because of it. Dentistry is nothing but trained, organized common sense; and its caloric output is only l 2 cal. minute above sleep. Our only hope of success is with the Grace of God and leukocytes. •m € € IP S ! ! Hi smf -{72}. Ever inY C M aaj t£o AaJ PI, O. D.Q L . ZTA i. ?y T4J )AJ A ft A-L G (J U M On Sept 7 f .? 7 o TL T sS. j ' T ? 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" As illustrated, he is fully equipped with antennae sensitive to the slightest decalcification of tooth structure and a periodontal probe which detects any incipient periodontal pathology. AllY Who ' s Whose, 78f punpjg puSuj put 3pq j ' 61 doqsig ppox ' SI JO] faj_ J3qdo;suq3 •£! U04XB1 uAqo-g -91 jpssruj_ 3!II°JAI ' i I UEgjspuog AjJsquiiNj -f usqjspjj, uuXppref puB ssjjBq ' ppox ' €1 uosqureg Asjpqg - ZJ uosqiuug uoJJt ' qs ' 1 [ jauuBy) 3jpq3ijAj ' 01 II ' II!H W} U A ' 6 ■ pJ3A°l qcfesof ' 8 S3 pjQ aunB ' Z ' H fpu l P JE puQ ' 9 pog jpisjsf ' £ i i i sj-goig Buqsiiq ■£ 33 ?EJA[ U33[q?B J ' Z WWW » m S ' [ s In A ISIameJJ w li- rC wm R }nS(S „V (Vrcg B R WSTN r V u O 0?c)j ' { 80 ' f -181J- BRIDGING TIH IE GAD •{82 1- riNIS!! •183F Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1969 from THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Join Your Alumni Association ■{84]- •{85}. Bioblend Teeth make any denture look more natural. Bone-like enamel. Wrap around translucency. Internally blended color. These are just a few of the esthetic refinements which distinguish Bioblend from all other artificial teeth. The result: Bioblend Teeth are now being used more often for complete dentures than any other teeth in the world. Any other! Available in porcelain or plastic. Creator of fine products for dentistry The Dentists ' Supply Company of N.Y., York, Pennsylvania TRUBYTE AMY NEW MULTILOUNGE See and learn all about it. Send for free color brochure today. The Weber Dental Manufacturing Company, Canton, Ohio 44705 isiY just for you, doctor. DENTAL GRADUATE CHECK LIST! TO SELECT A DENTAL DEALER: Are they a full service dealer? V Do they specialize in location analysis? Do they have their own Interior Design Department? V Do they have their own Interior Decoration Department to render a complete service? Do they do their own contracting? V Can they install a specialized dental bookkeeping system? 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