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

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FIRST DENTAL SCHOOL , THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY, THE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, WAS FOUNDED MARCH 6, 1840, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF DOCTORS HORACE H. HAYDEN AND CHAPIN H. HARRIS. IT IS THE FIRST DENTAL SCHOOL IN THE WORLD. DENTISTRY IS THE ONLY DISCIPLINE IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION ORIGINATING IN THE UNITED STATES. GRADUATES OF THE SCHOOL NUMBER IN THE THOUSANDS AND INCLUDE LEADERS IN DENTAL EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND ORGANIZED DENTISTRY. INITIALLY THE SCHOOL WAS HOUSED AT A SITE SIX BLOCKS TO THE EAST IN HOPKINS PLAZA. MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY THE 1972 MIRROR Published by THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-THIRD STUDENT BODY of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Lawrence A. Kaplan Editor-in-Chief Ihor B. Zalucky Assistant Editor PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Dr. Wilson H. Elkins CHANCELLOR OF THE BALTIMORE CAMPUS University of Maryland Dr. Albin 0. Kuhn DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF DENTRISTY University of Maryland Dr. John J. Salley ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Dr. Martin Lunin ■■■■■-■ w ASSOCIATE DEAN Dr. Charles E. Barr DR. WILLIAM E. HAHN Director of Admissions DR. JOSEPH C. BIDDIX, JR. Assistant to the Dean DR. CHARLES T. PRIDGEON Assistant Dean for Continuing Education DR. D. VINCENT PROVENZA Chairman, Dept. of Anatomy M DR. RILEY S. WILLIAMSON Director, Basic Dental Science DR. RURTON R. POLLACK Chairman, Dept. of Community Dentistry DR. FRANK M. GANIS •«-- Chairman, Dept. of Biochemistry _ MISS PATRICIA C. STEARNS Chairman, Dept. of Dental Hygiene Z r DR. ERNEST F. MORELAND Director, Division of Educational and Instructional Resources DR. DONALD E. SHAY Chairman, Dept. of Microbiology DR. JOHN F. HASLER Chairman, Division of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology dr. Mcdonald k. Hamilton Head, Dept. of Oral Surgery DR. JOHN M. GREWE Chairman, Dept. of Orthodontics OF7 DR. DONALD J. FORRESTER Chairman, Dept. of Pedodontics DR. RAYMOND BURGISON Chairman, Dept. of Pharmacology DR. JOHN I. WHITE hairman, Dept. of Physiology DR. IRVING ABRAMSON Head, Division of Endodontics DR. WILBUR O. RAMSEY Chairman, Dept. of Restorative Dentistry FACULTY HONOR ROLL We of the Class of 1972 feel that our yearbook would not he complete without our naming several instructors who have made this educational experience both rewarding and enjoyable. These instructors represent, in our view, the epitome of the teaching profession. They have always been available whenever we needed them, and they have never failed to share their knowledge and experience with us. The outstanding professors from our Junior and Senior years are: Dr. Frank C. Jerbi Dr. Mark L. Wagner Dr. George F. Buchness Dr. James E. Fleming Dr. Jose H. Diaz Dr. Errol L. Reese Dr. John F. Hasler Dr. Rodger F. Sisca Dr. Wilbur O. Ramsey Dr. Frieda G. Rudo Dr. Russell Gigliotti Dr. Herbert L. Livingston The outstanding professors from our Freshmen and Sophomore years are: Dr. Werner Fischlschweiger Dr. Frank J. Sinnreich Dr. Russell Gigliotti F If- M w £ Jfr « « r 10 11 12 13 THAT YOU MAY KNOW US BETTER: Four years ago, as lowly, short haired freshmen, we were the next to last class to enter the time worn halls of the Dental School on Lombard and Greene Streets. Now with our hair longer and at an average age of 25.5 years, we emerge as the second class to gradu- ate from Hayden Harris Hall and the first class to be graduating with a class of Dental Hygienists. Approaching graduation, our lines will average an even six feet and a comfortable 172 pounds. While it is true that 39% of us have gained an average of 9 pounds over the past 4 years, that really is not too neglectful considering the 3 years of happy marriage and home cooked meals that 79% of us have enjoyed. Our single members may not have enjoyed as many home cooked meals but they did find time for slightly more than 2 dates per week during their senior year. Our financial situation varied widely but on the average 40% of our education was paid for by our parents. Upon graduation we still will be in debt by about $4,000.00 and we still have a few more payments to make on our 1968 car. Most of the $4,000.00 that we owe has come from educational loans that 79% of us have received. Scholarships have also aided some 74% of our class with an average of $1,200.00. To help meet the payments on cars (27% of which are foreign made and 40% are Fords or Chevrolets), apartments and our many other expenses, 75% of us have held part time jobs during the school year and earned an average of $3.45 per hour for ten hours per week. While most of us worked as hospital laboratory technicians or blood bank techni- cians, some of us worked as ushers, pool room attendants or bartenders. In our few hours of free time we either go to our favorite spot in Baltimore (which seems to be bed) or occasionally watch our favorite sports program on T.Y. Our educational training is substantially greater than that of our parents; only 41% of our fathers and only 20% of our mothers are college graduates. While in dental school, 6% of us considered our training superior and 69% of us considered it adequate. We feel that the strong points of our education have been in Path- ology, Pharmacology and Pedodontics, while Physiology, Fixed Prosthodontics, Operative Dentistry and the coordination of the basic sciences and clinic left something to be desired. Knowing four years ago what we know now, 70% of us would have pursued the same course of study. As we approach graduation our future plans are still somewhat unsettled; 33% of us desire training in a dental specialty and many of us are waiting to hear from the Armed Forces. As for private practice, 60% of us plan to enter into group practices while only 10% plan to enter into a solo practice; the other 30% are still undecided. This is the class of 1972. 14 OFFICERS CLASS OF 1972 President GERARD E. WINN Vice President RICHARD D. FABER Secretary BERTRAND A. PELLETIER Treasurer LEO J. ROSENTHAL Historian LAWRENCE A. KAPLAN 15 SENIOR CLASS REFLECTIONS The last three years have gone quickly by. Some have worried about what internship to apply to . . . Some have worried what to do now that they are getting out . . . Some have looked for something to do beside dentistry . . . It may not seem so bad now that we are almost done . . . we were exposed to a great deal and learned a lot but what type of education did we receive? I guess we wont know the answer for a few years to come . . . One thing we do know, our education has only begun. 16 THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1972 Michael Francis Agnini Mike Pompano Beach, Florida . . . University of Wisconsin; Brow- ard Junior College; Florida State University, B.A. . . . Mar- ried . . . Gorgas 3, 4 . . . Gamma Pi Delta 3, 4 . . . Seminole . . . No. 1 — alphabetically speaking! . . . Future — U.S. Air Force. Marielou Arcilla Marielou Tabaco, Albay, Philippines . . . Philippine College. A. A. D.M.D. . . . Single . . . Future - Associateship. 17 Terry Norman Berger Terry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Mr. Pleasant . . . Favorite beverage — beer, 2 cases weekend . . . Val ' s friend . . . Future — U.S. Army. John Trent Aumiller John Baltimore, Maryland . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . " Bird Man " . . . Jumped out of CD. . . . Future — U.S. Air Force. Richard Allan Berryman Rich Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . . . George Washington Univer- sity, College of William and Mary, Pennsylvania State Uni- versity . . . Married . . . Psi Omega (Treasurer 3, President 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Secretary 1 . . . Class Treasurer 2 . . . " Connie " . . . Married 6 months before parents knew it . . . " Enjoys self . . . Thinks he ' s a cartoonist . . . Future — U.S. Air Force. Valentine Richard Bauer Vol Severna Park, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. Married . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Super Quiet Berger ' s only friend . . . Future — Military Service. 18 Robert Bart Bigham Bob Laurel, Maryland . . . University of Delaware; University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Psi Omega (Sergeant-at- arms 2, 3, 4) . . . " Old Man " . . . Super neat, meticulous . . . Was it Gordon or Pop Warner? . . . Highway Patrol Man! . . . Future — Associateship. g 0 ¥! Lester Eugene Blood Les Gaithersburg, Maryland . . . Georg e Washington University, B.S. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Psi Omega (Treasurer 4) . . . Youngblood Blood . . . Satisfied with anything . . . More suction — Les Blood! . . . Future — Military Service or Associateship. John Jeffery Blevins Jeff Silver Spring, Maryland . . . West Virginia Wesleyan Col- lege, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Props Chairman 2 . . . Student Dental Health Organization 3, 4 . . . Winkin, Blinkin and Nod . . . Super liberal . . . Gave wife a radiator hose clamp for an engagement ring . . . Chief scout- master on camping trips . . . Future — U.S. Navy. Ira Terry Bloom Ira Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Serious student . . . Gunner . . . Owns a lot of books . . . Future — U.S.P.H.S. Internship. 19 Timothy Dwight Bohaker Bo Baltimore, Maryland . . . Washington College, B.S. . . . Mar- ried . . . Skit Night 2, 4 . . . Denture Man . . . Wife is great foot- hall player . . . Works on Paula Harris . . . Temporaries are very temporary . . . Sun Lamp kid . . . Future — U.S. Army. John Charles Braun J.C. Baltimore, Maryland . . Maryland, A.B. . . . Single " Hands " . Pig Pen Loyola College; University of . Xi Psi Phi (Alumni Committee) , . It ' s lost . . . C B " expert " . . . Future — Veterans Administration Internship. Frederick Ward Broadrup Fred Frederick, Maryland . . . Gettysburg College, B.A. . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi (President 4) . . . Gorgas 2, 3, 4 . . . " Babe " . . . Dorm counselor . . . " Cool Hand Luke " . . . Tennis . . . Cor- vette . . . Future — Internship. David Alexander Bowles, Jr. David Venice, Florida ... St. Andrews Presbyterian College, Uni- versity of South Florida . . . Married . . . One child . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Gorgas . . . " Lover " Detrich . . . Civic Center . . . Single for 2 years . . . " Hands " Braun . . . Dirty mind . . . Back exam expert . . . Future — Orthodontics. 20 Fred William Burrows, Jr. Fred Kensington, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. Single . . . Skit Night 1, 2 . . . Campus Inn 1, 2, 3, 4 . Roomed with Tubby Buddy to give the apartment class Future — Internship. James Edison Brown, III Jim !:imore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . Gorgas . . . " Married? " . . . Mattress tester . Look " . . . Future — U.S. Air Force. . Married ' The Dry Saul Morton Burk Saul Bethesda, Maryland . . . American University . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Gorgas . . . Table Clin- ic 1, 2 .. . Honorable Mention Table Clinic 2 . . . " Person- able " . . . Master waiter . . . " I ' ve got a friend back at A.U. " ... " I read somewhere .... " ... Future — Internship. William Lester Carruth Bill Baltimore, Maryland . . . Baylor University, B.S. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Psi Omega . . . Turkey . . . Chronic corn- plainer . . . White shirt, white pants, white socks . . . Lunch pail . . . Future — Group Practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 21 Ilie N. M. I. Chioariu, Jr. Lou Sibiu, Romania . . . Sibiu Romania, Med. Asst; University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Psi Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Beautiful wife . . . Gold tooth . . . " Speaks with forked tongue " . . . Future — Internship. Robert Gordon Coseo Bob Hyattsville, Maryland . . . Assumption College, B.A. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Psi Omega (Rush Chairman 2, Social Chairman 3) . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon 2 . . . Skit Night 1 . . . " Married? " . . . Clinic on Saturdays . . . 14-unit splint junior year . . . Competes with Ferguson for " Question of the Year Award " . . . Future — Internship. Jeffrey Stuart Cooper Jeff Tenafly, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 . . . " Personable - well liked by himself . . . Always right . . . Gunner . . . " James Fennimore " . . . Future — U.S. Navy. Alvin Harold Danenberg Al Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Alpha Omega (Big Brother Chair- man 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Perio . . . Red Beard . . . New father . . . Future — Internship. 22 John Sterling Davis John Baltimore, Maryland . . . Frostburg State College, B.S. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Psi Omega (Historian and Editor 3, Pledge Chairman 4) . . . Teacher . . . Good sense ot humor . . . Future — Private Practice. Lawrence B. Diamond Larry Brooklyn, New York . . . Adelphi University, B.A. . . . Mar- One child . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi . " Lithuanian Hall " . . . Pedo patient ran away . . . - Internship. ried . . Delta . Future V t J 1 i Mw j 2L WS " i Robert Ernest Detrich Bob Hagerstown, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . Single . . . " Lover " . . . Sex maniac . . . Individualist . Class dues 1,2... Mountain Boy . . . Loves Rod McKuen Future — Internship. Charles Henry Dorr, Jr. Chuck Holden, Maine . . . Ricker College, B.A. . . . Married Two children . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Ameri- can Society of Dentistry for Children . . . Has oldest son in the class . . . Vampire . . . Lobsters for 70c lb. . . . Future - Internship. 23 Walter Earl Dowling, Jr. Walt Pasadena, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Gorgas . . . Fisherman . . . Ice skater . . . Polyplane dentures . . . Future — Undecided. (Photo not available.) Howard Jay Edelman Howard East Patterson, New Jersey . . . Ohio State University, B.S. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas (Secretary-Treas- urer 4) . . . Skit Night 1,2... Howie . . . Absent minded . . . Lost his car at grocery store . . . Marched in Washington 3 . . . Europe . . . " Dentist for Peace " . . . Future — U.S. Public Health Service. Timmon Ward Dye Tim Laurel, Maryland . . . Case-Western Reserve University, B.A. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Avid hunter . . . Future — U.S. Navy. Richard Donald Farer Richie Baltimore, Maryland . . . Ohio State University, B.S.E.E., Johns Hopkins University, M.S. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 . . . Gorgas (President 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Secretary 4) . . . Class Vice President 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Quiet . . . Modest . . . Back exam specialist . . . Booking agent for Saul Burke . . . Future — Graduate School. 24 David Aloysius Fields, Jr. Dave Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas (Vice President 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Student Council 4 . . . Section Representative 2 . . . Fac- ulty Research Committee . . . Faber ' s booking agent . . . Future — Internship. Marc Feldman Marc Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Roll . . . Levinson ' s Friend . . . Faber ' s Friend . . . Burk ' s Friend . . . Future — Internship. Jared Ira Fine JIF Mount Rainier, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Vice President 1,2... Admissions Committee 3 . . . Student Dental Association (Vice President 3, President 4) . . . Honor Council (Vice President 3, President 4) . . . Repre- sentative to American Student Dental Association 3, 4 . . . Representative to American Association of Dental Schools 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 2 (Producer 3) . . . Worked for orthodontics . . . Class politician . . . Myte Fine hair . . . Pistaehioed senior . . . Future — U.S. Navy. John Thomas Ferguson, Jr. Ferg Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, A.B. . . . Married . . . Psi Omega (Senator 4) . . . Skit Night 1,2... Circus Nut . . . Oldies but Goodies . . . Sweats a lot . . . 0 " cs- tion Man . . . Boque Skee Boi, Boque! . . . Pick a Numbeeeeer . . . They don ' t serve sausages at Sinai Hospital! . . . Bain Huey . . . Fergy . . . Apartment 2700 and the Snake! . . . Future — U.S. Army. 25 James Joseph Flynn, III Jim Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon 1, 2, 3 . . . American Society of Dentistry for Children . . . Future — Military Service. X Paul David Fletcher Paul Cedarhurst, New York . . . University of Buffalo, B.A. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Curriculum Committee 3, 4 . . . Faculty Evaluation Committee (Chairman 4) . . . New York accent . . . Concerned about wife ' s bridges . . . Future — Internship. Rodney A. Floyd Rod Gaithersburg, Maryland . . . Tennessee Technological Uni- versity . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Biochem stumbling block . . . Great dater . . . What mailbox? . . . Future — Undecided. Robert Dennis Forwood Denny Baltimore, Maryland . . . Pennsylvania State University, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Tennis with the Boomer . . . Future — Military Service. 26 Warren Frederick Gabaree, Jr. Gabber Stoneham, Massachusetts . . . Villanova University, A.B. . . . Married . . . Class Secretary 3 . . . MIRROR 4.. . . Skit Night 1,2... Boston . . . Hockey nut . . . Skiing nut . . . Nearly quit . . . Movie man . . . Spoke with a long " A " . . . Knew a Mr. Sugar!! . . . Future — Military Service. James Carver Gingell Jim Laurel, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Gingel Bells! . . . Never ate lunch 1, 2, 3 . . . Future — U.S. Navy. Jay Alan Gershen Gershey-Bar Jericho, New York . . . State University of New York at Buf- falo, B.A. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Class President 3 . . . Skit Night (chairman 1,2)... " Vampire " . . . Missed na- tional hoard retakes for honeymoon . . . Theshian . . . Apply- ing for U.S. Government arbitrator position . . . Roomed with Siegel 1, 2, 3 . . . Future — Internship. Stanley Howard Goloskov Stan Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Skit Night 1,2... Competed with Ferguson for the " Nerve Award " . . . Future — Internship. 27 Saul David Gurney Saul Randallstown, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . Student-Faculty Day . . . Mr. Friendly . . . Future — General Practice. Gerald Goodman Gerry Takoma Park, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . " Hands ' 1 . . . Future — U.S. Air Force. " I think it ' s a virus. ' It Richard Arthur Heald Rick Potomac, Maryland . . . Miami University, A. B. . . . Single . . . Athletic Chairman 3 . . . No. 1 Stud . . . Approached every girl that entered the school . . . Future — Associateship. (Photo not available.) Paul Gregory Grumrach Paul Miami, Florida . . . College of the Holy Cross, B.A. . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Skit Night 1,2... " Col. " . . . Patients have weird names . . . Worked when convenient . . . Night crew . . . Future — U.S. Navy. 28 James Richard Hemler Jim Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1 . . . " Super Hands " . . . Quick . . . Reconstructed wife ' s mouth . . . Future — U.S. Army. Baltimore. Married . Night 1, 2 2, 3, 4 . . . Barry Edward Hoffman Barry Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . . Alpha Omega (Rush Chairman 3, 4) . . . Skit 4 . . . American Society of Dentistry for Children Last man accepted . . . Wife owned wig shop . . . Siamese Cats . . . Night crew . . Future — Undecided. ' How ' s vour bride? " Richard William Hibben Richard Baltimore, Maryland . . . Columbia Union College, B.A. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Loves Mastrolla . . . Well read . . . Health fads . . . Married on lunch hour . . . Never lets an in- structor finish answering question . . . Boomer . . . Future — Undecided. Lawrence William Hooper, Jr. Larry Owings Mills, Maryland . . . Mount Saint Man ' s College, B.S.; Saint John ' s New York, M.S Married . . . Xi Psi Phi (President 3) . . . Section Representative 1 . . . Student Den- tal Association 1, 3 . . . Skit Night 1,2... Annie . . . " Hoop " . . . Monoplane cr owns . . . Pipe . . . Dr. Johnson ' s buddy . . . Whistles a lot . . . Future — Internship. 29 Charles Douglas Housaman Doug Rochester, New York . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . C B lab man . . . Pedo specialist . . . " We ' d give him his car tape deck hack if we knew where it was. " . . . Dr. Dosh ' s man . . . Missed % of junior vear . . . Future — Private Practice. Donald Murphy Jackson Don Port Deposit, Maryland . . . Columbia Union College . . . Married . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night . . . " What lecture? " . . . Worked on mother . . . Lab man . . . Green wax . . . Worked weekends as a police siren . . . Went to Israel . . . Future — Internship. Maynard Fred Jackson, Jr. Jack Kittery, Maine . . . Nasson College, B.A. . . . Married . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 4 . . . M.F. . . . " Turkey ' . . . Maniac . . . Loved to fish . . . Future — U.S. Army. Eric Jeffrey Hovland Eric Potomac, Maryland . . . Lehigh University; University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon 1,2... Likes lab work . . . " Take a big one " . . . Future — Internship. 30 . Gary Allen Kaplan Gary Miami Beach, Florida . . . University of Florida, B.S. . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . Not the best of friends with Linsey . . . Expert fire cracker tosser . . . Future — Freedom. A Robert Douglas Jones Bob Prince Frederick, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . The commut- er .. . Summer romance . . . Future — Associateship. Michael John Kaminski Mike Greenbelt, Maryland . . . Holy Cross College, A.B. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Aisenberg Research Society . . . Katie . . . Daddy . . . Easy going . . . Part-time orthodontic technician . . . Classroom projectionist . . . Last to let his hair grow longer . . . Future — Private Practice. 31 Lawrence Arthur Kaplan Larry Aberdeen, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega (Treasurer 3, Executive Board 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Historian 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . MIRROR (Contributor 1, 2; Associate Editor 3; Editor in Chief 4) . . . Skit Night 1, 2 . . . Student Dental Association 4 Conscientious . . . Class photographer . . . Credit card door opener . . . Master projectionist . . . " Call Larry " . . . Future — Military Service. Barry Morton Katzen Barry Miami Beach, Florida . . . Emory University . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Gorgas . . . Skit Night . . . " Wolfman " . . . Went to Europe after sophomore year . . . Played Easy Rider while he grew his beard . . . Original " Billy " . . . Future — Internship. Donald Boyd Kimmel Don Lakewood, Ohio . . . Cornell University, B.A. . . . Single . . . Teres . . . Refused to join Gorgas . . . Yenta . . . " Man from Dentistry " . . . Night crew director . . . Studo-comforter . . . Sports freak (can quote statistics from the original Roman Games) . . . Future — Ph.D. in Endocrinology. Stuart Alan Kay Stu Baltimore, Maryland . . . Cornell University, A.B. . . . Mar- ried . . . Alpha Omega (Undergraduate Editor) . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon . . . Periodontal Chairman Selec- tion Committee . . . Scholarship Committee . . . Studo . . . Hyper . . . " I ' m losing relationships " . . . Studo-bag . . . Studo- tragenic . . . Numero Uno . . . Class letter writer . . . Night crew ... On Valium 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Future — Internship. Arthur Micah Korb Art Bethesda, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Gorgas . . . Hawaiian shirts . . . " Brother " . . . " Billy " imitator . . . Blue-eyed blinker . . . Enrolled in Evelyn Wood ' s Speed Conversation Course . . . Future — Undecided. (Photo not available.) 32 Eric Jeffrey Lebowitz Rick Miami, Florida . . . University of Miami . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Roll . . . Poster Designer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 2 . . . De- signed and painted two murals for pediatric postgraduate waiting lobhy; decorated Student Lounge . . . " First " . . . Black Fountain Apartments . . . Marvin Monkey and Marvin Mouse . . . Took a 2-week vacation from school every year . . . Studo-comforter . . . Stood in for Neil Solomon at his wedding . . . Future — Pedodontics. Donald Everett Lewis Don Baltimore, Maryland . . . Loyola College, B.S. . . . Married . . . Psi Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Lab man . . . " Reliable " . . . " Devout Catholic " . . . Always had the neatest Dentoform . . . Only smokes when he isn ' t drinking . . . Future — Mili- tary Service. Dennis Lee Levinson Lord Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.A. . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . Feldmen ' s friend . . . Bullets . . . " Lordie " . . . Turtle . . . Gets all Abramson ' s endo refer- rals ... " I called you last night, Elvin " . . . BDS tragedy . . . Neat cubicle . . . Future — Undecided. Jerome Joel Linsey Jacksonville, Florida . . Single . . . Alpha Omega ant . . . Lived with sister U.S. Army. Jerry University of Florida, B.S. Has permanent dental assist- Mister Bowties . . . Future — 33 Jeffrey Steven Lissy Baltimore, Maryland Single . . . Gorgas . . month off senior year (Photo not available.) Jeff . . . University of Maryland, B.S Leader of well groomed " Brother ' Future . . Took one Undecided. ■rZ Z.r i : ' V: ' . Morris Alan Lustman Moe Baltimore, Maryland . . . Yeshiva University, B.A. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega (Executive Board 4) . . . Slow Moe . . . Sundown Kid . . . Takes Canadian vacations . . . Future — Internship. Robert Mark Lucas Bob Randallstown, Maryland . . . Pennsylvania State, B.S. . . . Married . . . Psi Omega . . . Oral Surgery Honor Society (Temple University 1970-71) . . . Newcomer . . . Resident from Temple . . . Only one who knew what " Skirt of the cavity " was . . . Future — Internship or Residency in Oral Pathology. j Bfe Kte ■ ■ Peter Gerard Lynch Pete Annapolis, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Married . . . One child . . . Peg laterals . . . Extended service . . . Future — U.S. Navv. 34 Elton Preston Maddox, Jr. Tony Marion Station, Maryland . . . Morgan State College, B.S. . . . Single . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night 1,2... Not re- lated to Lester ... No known children . . . Soon to race in LeMans . . . Gabaree ' s detail man on stereo equipment . . . Once lied to his friends about walking on a window ledge . . . Future — Internship. Ralph K. McAllister, Jr. Mac Pasadena, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Watch out for the quiet ones . . . Notes easy to read . . . Many thanks John, Moe, Mike . . . Soccer man . . . Future — Internship. Harold Stephen Marks Harold Baltimore, Maryland . . . Western Maryland College, B.A. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega (Big Brother Chairman 1, 2; Secretary 3; President 4) . . . Student Council 4 . . . Musical Chairs . . . Nothing too expensive since wife is working . . . The wet head . . . Mr. AO . . . Combs hair with cocoa butter . . . Future — U.S. Army. William Ralph McGonigle Bill Freehold, New Jersey . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Xi Psi Phi (Editor-Historian) . . . Skit Night 2, 3 . . . Dental student ' s dentist . . . Sweetest needle this side ot heaven . . . Inlays . . . Wild dresser . . . Broke the mustache barrier . . . Future — Private Practice. 35 John Andrew Mrazik, Jr. Jack Fairfield, Connecticut . Married . . . Xi Psi Phi . The " wet head " is dead in LeMans . . . Future — . University of Bridgeport, B.A. . . . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . . . . Gunner . . . Entered Volkswagen Internship. Thomas Arthur Milleson Milly Maitland, Florida . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Drinks like a fish . . . Towson Y . . . Danger- ous during volleyball games . . . Takes haircuts with a bowl over his head . . . Thinks Wallace is a liberal . . . Future — Military Service. Marc Elliot Moskowitz Mosk Rutherford, New Jersey . . . Rutgers University, B.A. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gorgas . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon 1,2. . . Jersey Express leaving 1 p.m. Friday . . . Hair going north tor the winter . . . Doesn ' t play with a full deck . . . Future — Internship. Martin Philip Nowakowski Noah Severn, Maryland . . . Anne Arundel Community College, Saint Mary of the Plains . . . Single . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Tells Polish jokes . . . Parts his hair in the middle . . . Thinks New York City is a suburb of Glen Burnie . . . Future — Military Service. 36 Michael Rafferty Pelczar Mike College Park, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Gorgas . . . Skit Night 2 . . . Duck hunter . . . Receding hairline . . . Always ready for a bet . . . Future — U.S. Army. L - jTT§S " »x r • - : (g Tfc. f " " " SSL % A Ralph H. Proenza Ralph Miami, Florida . . . Florida Atlantic University, A.A. . . . Married . . . MIRROR (Photography 3, 4) . . . Skit Night (Photography 1,2)... X-rated slides . . . Photo nut . . . Shines his head . . . Future — U.S. Army. 1 fto %rv W X Sm 1 Richard Michael Quinn Dick Milford, Delaware . . . Married . . . One child . President 4) . . . Cook . . . . . Future — U.S. Army. University of Delaware, B.A. . . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Vice Quinn ' s Christians . . . The Eskimo Bertrand Andre Pelletier Bert Danielson, Connecticut . . . Assumption College, B.A. . . . Married . . . Class Secretary 4 . . . Social Chairman 4 . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Good Guy . . . Dad was dental lab man Was 6 ' 4 " before coming to dental school . . . Former weight lifter . . . Became city slicker . . . Never drank before coming to dental school . . . Future — Undecided. 37 Geoffrey Harold Rorrins Jeff Ocean City, Maryland . . . University of Miami, B.S. . . . Single . . . Psi Omega (Secretary 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta (Treasurer 4) . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon 2 . . . Tubby Buddy . . . Bunk . . . " Boo Sh— " . . . Red Neck . . . Future — Asso- ciateship. Stanley Zell Raksin Stan Baltimore, Maryland . . . Washington College, B.S. . . . Mar- ried . . . Alpha Omega (Executive Board 3, 4) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Mister Optimist . . . Resident expert on any topic . . . Once lost a lab jacket in wastebasket . . . " Pleasant and cheerful " . . . Future — Internship. Alan Topping Rosenhloom Al University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Skit Night practical . . . Raccoon Passaic, New Jersey . . Single . . . Alpha Omega . . . w. 2 . . . Wore bowtie to every anatomy coat . . . Sparse hair forms landing strip for mosquitoes . . Future — U.S. Navy. Melzar Thayer Richards Mel Ithaca, New York . . . Cornell University, B.S. . . . Married . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Roll . . . Skit Night . . . The Voice . . . Shetland Sheep Dog . . . Future — U.S. Army. 38 Jay Michael Rosenthal Mike Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . 5-year man . . . Weight watch- ers specialist . . . Future — Military Service. Michael Terence Scerba Mike Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Single . . . Last seen in 1968 . . . Believed to be on golf course at present . . . Future — Undecided. Leo Joseph Rosenthal Doc Baltimore, Maryland . . . Columbia Union College, B.A.; George Washington University . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega . . . Gamma Pi Delta (President 4) . . . Class Secretary 2 . . . Class Treasurer 3, 4 . . . Skit Night 1 . . . Lab man . . . Never home . . . Drove a beer truck ... Is actually 45 years old . . . Midget . . . Knows the best deal in town on anything . . . Future — Associateship. Edward Gary Shaivitz Bear Baltimore, Maryland . . . Rutgers University, B.A. . . . Mar- ried . . . Alpha Omega . . . Fast Eddie . . . " All seriousness aside ... " ... " Seriously " . . . Likes to play catch-up ball . . . " Snoopy " lunch box . . . Threatened to destroy section B when he lost Endo book . . . Future — Internship. 39 Martin David Siegel Martin North Miami Beach, Florida . . . State University of New York at Buffalo, B.A. . . . Married . . . Alpha Omega (Ser- geant-at-arms 4) . . . Section Representative 2 . . . MIRROR (Contributor 4) . . . Skit Night 1,2... Reflector 4 . . . Got a special on watches . . . Yell right . . . You ain ' t much, but you ' re all we got . . . Super tan . . . Buys Tim Tyler ' s used clothes . . . Chairman Department of Iatrogenics . . . Prac- tices dentistry as a sideline . . . Future — U.S. Navy. Jorge Luis Tapia, Jr. George Bronx, New York . . . Amherst College, B.A. . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . MIRROR (Business Manager 3) . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 4 . . . Frito Bandito . . . Watch importer . . . Plans to hijack Dental School to P.R. . . . Writing a book on business ethics . . . Future — Internship. Ronald Richard Tilgner " Red-Neck " Manchester, Maryland . . . Bridgewater College, B.A. . . . Single . . . Narrow ties . . . Fisherman . . . Seen only period- ically . . . Future — Undecided. Albert Peter Sindall, Jr. Skip Silver Spring, Maryland . . . University of Scranton, B.S. . . . Single . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 4) . . . Skit Night 1, 2, 4 . . . Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Aliphatic . . . Roomed with Ferguson . . . Thinks bell bottoms are pants that ring at 12 noon . . . Was bom at age 21 . . . Uncle Al the kiddies Pal . . . Future — Military Service. 40 Steven Edward Weinberg Steve Miami, Florida . . . Miami-Dade Junior College, University of Florida . . . Married . . . One child . . . Alpha Omega (His- torian 3) . . . Skit Night 1,2... Got drunk at AO cheese party . . . Took speech lessons from Helen Keller . . . Once fell asleep in middle of his own sentence . . . Future — Internship. David Vine Tiger Miami Beach, Fl orida . . . University of South Florida . . . Single . . . Alpha Omega ... Is he for real? . . . Ladies man . . . Parks car at Pimlico Hotel . . . Mind over matter — has no mind and it doesn ' t matter . . . Future — Undecided. Robert William Ward Bob Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Florida, B.S. . . Xi Psi Phi . . . 5-year man . . . Mothered Ray Zipkis . . . Future — Department of Health State of Florida. Richard Clark White Dick Springfield, Massachusetts . . . American International Col- lege, B.A. . . . Married . . . One child . . . Psi Omega (Junior Grandmaster 3) . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Super Hands . . . Dentist posing as a student . . . Finished clinic- requirements freshman year . . . Future — Oral Surgery. 41 James Byron Willis, Jr. Jim Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland . . . Married . . . One child . . . Xi Psi Phi (Treasurer 3) . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Section Representative 1 . . . Instrument Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . " Meanwhile ... " ... Chain smoker — smokes chains . . . Usually has last night ' s chili on his shirt . . . Once failed his urine test . . . Future — Military Service. Jerome Nixon Yeoumans Jerry Towson, Maryland . . . Mount Saint Mary ' s College, B.S. . . . Married . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Professor Emeritus, Department of Iatrogenics . . . Studied 2 years under Siegel . . . Last seen offering 7-year old girl a new nickel . . . Future — Internship. Gerard Edward Winn Jerry Baltimore, Maryland . . . University of Maryland, B.S. . . . Married . . . Xi Psi Phi . . . Gorgas . . . Gamma Pi Delta . . . Class Vice President 3 . . . Class President 4 . . . Skit Night 2 . . . Pollack ' s friend . . . Tact specialist with Drabkowski . . . Associate Professor, Department of Iatrogenics . . . Will drink with anyone . . . Future — Internship. Raymond Dennis Zipkis Slick Stonybrook, New York . . . Oklahoma State University, B.S. . . . Married . . . Psi Omega . . . " Meet you in the booth with Betty Lou, and we ' ll have a coke. " . . . Public enemy No. 1 of the pulp . . . Sterilized instrument 2x during senior year . . . Works as a hair stylist model in Bedford Stuyvesant . . . Future — General Practice. 42 Dr. KING. Originator of the King Safe Syntcm of Painless Dentistry and Inventor of the " Natural Gum " Set of Teeth. ' w- i 1 fill, ill fill lie 4 plolr. Ih.. drt.1.1 • I.- fin. ! fi|li nj{ ,,,,3 r.ra .. in r.i nE DONT BUY OLD STYLE TEETH e Billy nffii in LI ' Full $ Set 5 ihr W.l .rl ■■ I). Klasi «ffi« l PAINLESS EXTRACTION FREE CUOWN n ,.d UUIUCK WOUIC $r..00 (.OLD FILLING. SI 50 up OTHKR5. 50c up DR THOS. JEFFERSON KING. TLLKPHONt COR 43 THE GRADUATING DENTAL HYGIENE CLASS OF 1972 As the first graduating class of Dental Hygiene, we would like to express our gratitude for all the assistance we received from the faculty members of the Dental School. We hope we have helped to establish high standards for the succeeding classes. When we graduate we hope to establish an equally high standard in the community. Margaret Ann Culbertson Ann . . . Aberdeen, Maryland . . . Education Minor . . . Single . . . Class Sec Treas. 3, JADHA 3, 4 (1971 Table Clinic Rep- resentative to School Dedication, Maryland State Dental Convention and ADA Convention), Dental Hygiene Ad- missions Committee 4. Dorothy Jean Duvall Dottie . . . Woodlawn, Maryland . . . Education Minor . . . Single . . . JADHA 3, 4 (Corresponding Sec. 3), Dental Hy- giene Curriculum Committee 4. 44 Judith S. Eskovitz )udi . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Health Education Minor . . . Married . . . Class Historian 3, JADHA 3, 4 (Sec. 4). Rebecca Lee Howe Becky . . . Thurmont, Maryland . . . Psychology Minor . . . Single . . . Campus Coalition Against Racism 2, Vice Pres. Commission VIII 2, Outstanding Sophomore Sorority Woman 2, Freshman Orientation Sponsor 2, 3, Panhellenic Pres. 3, SGA Cabinet 3, Faculty Senate Committee on Coun- seling 3, Diamond 3, Diadem Vice President 3, Outstanding Activities Award 3, Mortar Board 4, JADHA 4, 5 (President 4, National Convention Workshop Leader 5, Public Rela- tions Committee 5). Kathleen Kochevar Timonium, Maryland . . . Psychology Minor Kathy Single . . . JADHA 3, 4 (Program Co-Chairman Committee 4), Yearbook 4. Speaker Carol Joyce Grossman Carol . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Psychology Minor . Single . . . Student Union Board 1, 2, JADHA 3, 4 (Program Co-Chairman 3, Speaker Committee 4). 45 Kathleen Elaine Smith Kathy . . . Severna Park, Maryland . . . Psychology Minor . . . Engaged . . . Class President 3, Student Affairs Committee 3, JADHA 3, 4 (National Convention Program Committee 3, 4). Karen Elaine McGuffin Karen . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Sociology Minor . . . Single . . . JADHA 3, 4 (Vice President 3, President 4, Na- tional Convention Program Committee 3, 4, Delegate to National Convention 4, National Convention Workshop Leader 4, JADHA Representative to ADHA National Con- vention 4), SAMA American Indian Health Project 3, 4 (Director 4). Jul Julia Ann Wagner . Mechanicsville, Maryland . . . Education Minor Single . . . Class Vice President 3, Class President 4, Student Affairs Committee 4, JADHA 3, 4 (National Convention Program Committee 3, 4, National Convention Workshop Leader 4, 1971 Table Clinic Representative to School Dedi- cation, Maryland State Dental Convention and ADA Con- vention, Program Committee 4), Yearbook 4. Janet Lynn Poehlman Janet . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Education Minor . . . Single . . . Class Vice President 4, JADHA 3, 4 (Sec. 3, National Convention Program Committee 3, 4 National Con- vention Workshop Leader 4). 46 MEMORIES OF THE CLASS OF 1972 Our Freshman Year: Welcome to the University of Maryland Dental School . . . " My door is always open " . . . you are 300 pages behind in anatomy and histology and remember that B.D.S. is your most important subject. Those are the events that sum up the first three days of our dental education and forecast the remaining days of our freshman year; thus it is easily un- derstood why " Mission Impossible " was the title of our first skit. Some were able to stay a day ahead of the assigned work but for the greater major- ity of us we were lucky if we were only a week behind . . . this is how you carve wax . . . okay, now go carve some wax and it better be good . . . that looks like a tree stump, you better get a Law School application while there is still time . . . take your 15-28-79-46RL angle beveled chisel and trim your cavo-surfaee marginal line angle on your mesial buccal gingival line angle below your occlusal mesial buccal margin . . . and let me see it when you get done . . . the back of the tooth? Where is that? After ten teeth at sixty-five cents a tooth you finally learned what all that jiberish was. Come June and 8,000 new words later some wondered why they treated us so kindly and we also wondered what it looked like in the oral cavity and whether decay really wasn ' t just a pencil mark on an ivorine tooth. »wtH you m WMtH - CUTCVlWt V)tf.% OF Wt S OtAKYOGWMC Cv)SP Aiji.iw.j..« . . ™% I OUR FRESHMAN YEAR 48 POOtVi MEMORIES OF OUR SOPHOMORE YEAR: With one year under our belt we came back cocky and ready to assert our super- iority in the Dental School. Some returned with their hair a little longer and our pants were those nasty unprofessional bell bottoms and flares and many of us came back married (some unexpectedly, some planned well ahead). This was the year of B.D.S. lab, after B.D.S. lab, after B.D.S. lab . . . after B.D.S. lab. There was the great " 40 " scare . . . we all remember that, it was included in that all in- clusive crown and bridge course, the one that was so complete . . . the one in which it took us five months to finish a three unit bridge; oh, those were the days!! It was the year that many of us wore black arm bands against the war and how surprised we were when Dr. Ramsey and Dr. Johnson did the same. We were overwhelmed by Dr. Jerbi, the ravish and energy with which he mixed alginate ... oh that fateful day when he broke the steel spatula!! It was the year we met Dr. Levy, that kind, soft spoken, mild mannered pathologist who never spoke nasty to anyone. Microbiology was the big one of the year with nose swabs and Dr. Krywolap . . . remember, if it is too hot for you, it is too hot for the bacteria. The tests were so clear and the labs so much fun, such an easy course we never had. Let us remember those famous words of Dr. Schneider, " only five minutes to gooo! " Still, we hadn ' t had any patients of our own and some frightfully looked ahead to the coming year . . . how can you work without being able to unscrew the tooth or ap- proach the problem from the hole in the rear of the dentiform. Let us not forget those stimulating lectures from periodontics . . . we were told and believed that perio was the way to better dental health . . . that oral physiotherapy was the cornerstone to dentistry. The perio Department really got us excited about saving teeth but little did we know that those lectures of the sophomore year would be the last time for the next two years that we would see so much of the perio department. 49 The ladder to success is paved with smiling faces. OUR SOPH YEAR The readings are great, what do you mean the plug isn ' t in. One shot and I ' m good for the whole day. A stimulating lecture at B.C.DS. A Homy David Vine. Next to your touch, only Downy softness will do. What da ' ya say we move the whole team to Tampa? Will the real Dr. Johnson please bow his head. You say you ' re a General, in who ' s Army? The Pistachioed Romeo U V ' " - Don ' t step on my contact lensl »»• - aS. That ' s a Mastrola spaghetti maker. The last of the hot dogsl |$ $g 3J O. K. fella, let ' s see you bite into one. Class candid photogra- pher as seen zooming in on 5 year old girl. Notice my white socks. -If- ' , " ' --- — " ' „ " jm ' Try it, you ' ll like it. It ' s a good thing Dr Dosh and Miss Trageser can ' t see me. Hair control by Vitalis, ball control by klutz. ' Tei Hooper frying potato chips. Maybe this is why everybody goes to Ginos. Watch it Mike, she ' s mar- ried! a •■5 You lose . . you tell him about scope. MEMORIES OF OUR JUNIOR YEAR: We are moving to the new School fellows but it won ' t be ready in time for summer clinic. This was a hectic year . . . every Monday there was a race for the sign up sheets for treatment planning and radiology appointments . . . every Fri- day we fought our way to the sheets to sign up for clinic appointments . . . the first few months we just kept picking with our explorers to make sure it was decayed. With the start of the second trimester we finally plunged head first into the oral cavity. We had our little scandals; we had our confrontations (thank you CD.); and when it was all over, we were back again wondering what happened. We fought with the computer that never seemed to be correct . . . we searched nearly in vain for an endo patient . . . we had a beautiful three unit bridge to do if only we could finish the perio. We learned a lot, relearned a lot, and found out how much we hadn ' t learned; but we were ready for the last big year; oh, by the way fellows, there won ' t be any summer clinic . . . we want you to be able to earn some money. . . . BUT 1 THOUGHT MHtN YOU SMD lt dtct G0 nfc TO S.C V.T THE AANtOLMl, CRE T YOU rAtWT DENTAL NURSES I sing a long neglected dame. Let happy patients all proclaim The wonder of the dentist ' s name Without a tiny curse; Let others tell with loudest praise Of super-dentists and their ways, I hymn the light of all their days, I sing the dental nurse. Not every pink and girlish thing That lets the front door slam, The ancient rock-like NURSE I sing, Who knows of rubber-dam. That, old as mountains and as strong, Who with us all has been so long, She never will nor can do wrong, LTbiiuitous dental nurse. Edward Samson TOOTHCTIL ESSAYS SALIVA And out again I curve and. flow To join the brimming river, For men may come and men may go, But I go on forever. Tennyson IT ' S 30ST UTTLt Sv-etP Juice FOR TttKT l4fk« TW OU TOOTtt 52 wish the truck strike would get over so we could get back to work. !£ !■ - ' Ah — to be or not to be - that is the question. Whaddya mean Siegel ' s selling bath- room passes. This little piggy went to market. Hey Peter, this is just like good ole There ' s got to be an easier way to meet army chow! girls. There ' s got to be an easier way to . . . I thought only pickles came in bar- rels. OUR SENIOR YEAR » iPP After the permanent we ' ll give you a Whaddya mean your ear is numb. I ' m thinking of going to dental style and set. school next year. I ' ll be right with you as soon as my nails dry. I knew I waited too long for that last adjustment. The kid beat me 3 times in gin. Would you buy a watch from this f ■J fc» V 8 Listen, I ' m head of the fourth district and when I say ham and cheese on rye, I mean rye. Frank, you do a down and out. Jor- dan, you run a post and Jared,.you run the concession. Strong like ox. Smart like lima bean. Ahh! 1 brain concussion. I also do a good eagle and a wolf. You swallow another instrument and we ' re through 10 M SOU LWJfc TO COK VJLT v )»TH This is a severe case of tooth- hrush abrasion. They ' ll be OK just as long as you don ' t jse any " M " sounds. The " Jewish Connection Gee mom, arts and crafts is neat, see you at the end of the summer. It I could only get this instrument out ol my nose. MCTOft, PUtot stop RtFe«.«. ne TO J t fk ' b 000. " MlRQrlN C.LK.SS. 2 " ! - J v .% y % Reappoint this patient again . . . and again . . . and again .... Curet, stone or Kathy . . . which ' ll wear out 1st. t i . y Are you sure this will slim down my thighs? J$$fc Yel now, whot have ve here? Do you believe in the tooth fairy? Hi Time sure does flv when you re having fun! Hello, Say honey? . . . Oh, " Hi " Mrs. Pepin! Who gives a ? 1 56 L. Doin our thing. I hope you realize I ' m not taking No for an answer. y Putting the table clinic to bed. ' Julia, what ' s next? Ot course we ' re professional — we wear white undies. Forget Zaberers Janet — we ' re hungry NOW! So tired it ' s FUNNY! 57 THE JUNIOR CLASS Well, we finally made it past the half way mark, and, like a well conditioned team of dental students we all worked " together " to accomplish our own ends. Those never ending lines of support for radiology, perio, TxPx ' s, operative, endo, etc. seemed to indicate a new trend in dental education ... so new in fact, that one of its foremost proponents (Chuckling Chuck) suggested a whole new dental degree . . . the Eye- Ear-Mouth and " Throat " man. So we ' ve made it this far. We ' ve proved that we can sit in lecture for 5 straight hour s at a time . . . we ' ve shown that we can complete f V2 hour appointments in 2 hours . . . we ' ve even managed to save our lunch until f P.M. instead of the usual noontime. Result: we ' re ready to move on to bigger, better, and shorter things . . . Bring on the senior year! 58 First row: Crowe, Bray, Heise, Girlinghouse, Eisen, Banner, Hanover, Egber, Cullen, Sliofnos. Second row: Mew, Goodman, Civjan, Drecksler, Klein, Kotzias, Sittman, Kassolis, Setzer. Third row: Staneck, Schulman, Holmes, Kright, Lamb, Cooper, Jones, McCaffrey, Scoppettuolo, Smith, Keeler. Fourth row: Villa, Little, Paper, Dempsey, Zalucky, Hoover, Davenport, Juilfs, White, Kelly, Rogers, Slade, Wiltison. Fifth row: Taylor, Koenig, Graham, Rohter, King, Bealefeld, Barto, Casper, Olson, Wright, Liszewski, Malinow. 59 rarT Dr., this is the way you ' re supposed to do it. What ' sa matter little boy? ■ " ■v..-::-: -emmiff Indirect vision! THE JUNIOR CLASS Does he think he ' s going to put that stuff in my mouth again? What are you doing Friday? 60 I wonder if my horse is winning at Pimlico? 5 minutes to take-oft! Who said clinic was harder? This should make blowing your nose easier. You should see the slides I ' m studying! Get your finger out of my eye! Please, I ' d rather do it myself! 61 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS President BURT A. JORDAN Vice President MARK E. LeMAR Secretary MIKE MILLER Treasurer BARRY COHEN " To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose, under Heaven. A time to be . . . " dentists! Our first year as (dental) academicians was over and we began our second year as (dental) laboratory technicians looking forward to January 12, when members of the class would begin to examine and treat real live patients. The year saw us through innumerable exams and practicals; retakes and retakes of retakes; evenings and Saturdays in the labs; always behind, always rushing, never catch- ing up; a sudden change in command; coffee in the student lounge; pig jaws in 2-D-16; and daily, " Gentlemen, I just have one announcement, " which really meant six. The Thermatrols groaned; the pickling fluid evaporated; the temperature (and our waxed dentures) fluctuated; models disappeared; and radios were forever banned. Slide tapes were listened (?) to; CPC ' s were missed; injections were given; pass fail failed; cornflakes survived; and sandwiches were eaten with the Dean. Spring vacation vanished; jewelry was cast; handpieces quit working; talking in the lecture hall continued, and Doug said, " Yes. " But we survived! Two more years .... 62 THE SOPHOMORES Fir.sf rou : B. Jordan, J. Santacroce, C. Braverman, D. Higlitower, B. Cohan, H. Davis, B. Felder, H. Cohen, P. Crawford. Second row: C. Tomeo, J. Duguid, G. Palank, G. Lauterbach, H. Kessler, A. Katz, W. Hesse, A. Golden, H. Siegel, S. Corbin, R. Tami, B. Goldberg, M. LeMar, A. Berne, S. Friedman. Third row: M. Torres-Diaz, A. Alperstein, E. Hnarakis, V. Petrazzuolo, R. Berman, R. Harkins, T. Keller, B. Kale, M. Goodman, T. Cox, R. Eskow, S. Fryling, R. Lee, W. Bur- nette, T. Nankivell, B. Weiser, G. McManama. Fourth row: J. Tullner, N. Levy, J. Abid, A. Wimer, A. Shernoff, S. Kus- nick, K. Sachs, B. lenkins, N. Leboe, R. Goodman, M. Schulz, R. Kodeck, T. Smith, M. Gertzberg, J. Massing, R. Snyd, M.Taff, S. Birkitt, K. Oppenheim, H. Strauss, S. Selle,J. Leonard, M. Miller. 63 THE SOPHOMORES: You ' ve never done this before? I told you about wearing your tie like Morey. You ' ll always be my favorite patient. So that ' s what those are for. II Bring on the patients ! % W1k£ These extraction forceps don ' t seem to hold. I think it ' s 600 over 780. 64 — and then you suture the tongue to his ear. If only I could understand what he ' s saying. mmm Off, J0i3. Do it again? and again? and again? You ' re breaking my hand, Jordan. I ' d like to thank the 128 people receiving A ' s. ■t M I f fll .1 Vi JI iW s I ' ll take the Colts and 21 points Cornflakes forever. 65 THE FRESHMAN CLASS dJt ' President PAUL A. GOLDSTEIN Vice President KARL J. ZEREN Secretary JAMIE E. KROCHMAL Treasurer RICHARD A. BLOSSOM 66 First row: R. Cohen, A. Hoi lick, D. Bach, B. Grosshandler, D. Henry, A. Bacon, J. Farhood. Second row: B. Kimbers, O. Belt, P. Johnson, E. Hampp, C. Haynes, M. Abel, R. Beauchamp, D. Bacharach, D. Cambria. Third row: T. Goodman, G. Fisher, W. Johnson, R. Hickman, D. Akiyama, M. Goldstein, C. Bright, D. Harnick, D. Fadjo, M. Abramson, S. Dulin, P. Cottone. Fourth row: P. Goldstein, D. Fox, P. Frazier, S. Hoffman, L. DePaola, L. Goldsmith, R. Carter, R. Grubb, W. Doetzer, N. Gardner, I. Bert, R. Gravel, M. Bartlett, T. Bishow, A. Carlow, N. French. Fifth row: H. Butler, O. Henry, G. Charles, B. Byrd, S. Solomon, S. Hellring, D. Bisset, G. Weiner, J. Bannister, B. French, W. Bennet, R. Blossom. THE FRESHMEN First row: O. Rominger, D. Rourke, S. Solomon, J. Weiner, A. Patterson, M. Weinberg, C. Zeoli, M. Megregian. Second row: R. Wase, D. Witt, J. Wiest, P. Nickolas, S. Sydney, J. Plunkett, B. Toomey, R. Lefton. Third row: R. Manzer, K. Sweeney, R. Micoli, P. Kushner, D. Katz, M. Urbina, O. Russell, W. Tewes, E. Mersinger. Fourth row: M. Lang, S. Smith, R. Wvett, T. Meiller, K. Zeren, J. Micoli, J. Vaden, M. Michie, W. Trepp, R. Thomas. Fifth row: H. Hoffacker, D. Rice, R. Rader, W. McLaird, C. Lewis, D. Quackenbush, C. Wolcott, R. Sears. Sixth row: H. Querido, J, Shneidman, S. Potter, P. Papafotis, A. Lasch, R. Shemer, B. Shapiro, K. Shanik. a Are you sure this is an ear? V Now it ' s not that funn y- 68 THE FRESHMEN 4 Un Hah! Blood Pressure nosis — Good. I I Temperature 70° . . . Diag- SINCE Vl€ T TC SrotWlNCr ANATOVW X HMCM ' T S £I4 K H THfc VlHOOi Olivary nucleas, a has been! THINGS KReWT TUKT 8M . 69 THE DENTAL HYGIENE JUNIOR CLASS Top row: G. Dixon, C. Briddell, P. Shapiro. Middle row: L. Daves, H. Hatfield, M. Smith, E. Neal. Bottom row: J. Sherman, M. Israel, S. Kaplan. 70 :, JIGS f 71 IT in OOddBwocsS ®tf GSqd Oskk §GGil®®D ®fl ©©notfogfiffv This year marked the inception of a new and very well received biweekly news- letter, the HAYDEN-HARRIS HALL HERALD, to the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. The Herald is published twice monthly and includes contributions horn all fac- ulty departments as well as administration, students, and friends. EDITORS Steve Milhauser John Schultze . 72 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND STUDENT DENTAL ASSOCIATION First row: R. Bray, J. Fine, G. Keyes. Second row: L. Kaplan, M. LeMar, S. Stein, B. Setzer. Third row: B. Graham, J. Schultze, G. Winn, B. Jordan. Fourth row: R. Faber, P. Goldstein, K. Zeren, D. Fields. President JARED I. FINE Vice President GORDON KEYES Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT J. BRAY The primary objective of this year ' s Student Dental Association was the attain- ment of greater communication within our entire dental school community. The council sponsored its own freshman orientation, and established a freshman-faculty cocktail party, supported our school ' s bi-weekly newspaper the Hayden-Harris Hall Herald, reinstituted student-faculty Christmas party, and re-established luncheon meetings with our Dean, Dr. John J. Salley. Polling student opinion, selecting responsible representatives to faculty com- mittees, and for the first time sitting on the Faculty Council, the S.D.A. has made strides toward truly representing the student body. The council has attempted to keep students informed of the vital issues such as, the character reference program, pass-fail, the honor code, and has fostered decorations of the student lounge and continued community dental health education projects. For their unending efforts, we extend our deepest appreciation to Mrs. Deloris Williams and to Dr. Mark Wagner. Through communication, the council has attempted to increase involvement, in- terest, input, and pride in the dental school. At best, only a foundation has been laid. 73 GORGAS ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY RICHARD D. FABER President DAVID A. FIELDS Vice President HOWARD EDELMAN Secretary-Treasurer 74 GORGAS ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY The Gorgas Odontological Society is a scholastic honorary society whose mem- bership is limited to those students in the top one-third of the junior and senior class. This past year Gorgas Odontological Society became an active organization in the affairs of the school. We sponsored three all day continuing education courses for the entire student body. The purpose of these programs was to expose the student to a different out- look on various areas of dentistry. Our regular dinner meetings with guest speakers in- cluded topics not usually covered in the school curriculum. It is our pleasure to have Dr. Jose H. Diaz as our faculty advisor. 75 Gamma Pi Delta is an honorary student dental society chartered in 1965 to honor Dr. Grayson W. Gaver, who dedicated his life to prosthetic dentistry. Membership in the society is extended to those students who maintain an average of B or higher in prosthetic dentistry and who show an interest in the field. The objective of Gamma Pi Delta is the advancement of knowledge through the presentation of lectures and clinics. The society sponsors a regular series of lectures relating to the practice of prosthetic dentistry. The lectures are open to the entire student body. Faculty advisor to the organization is Dr. Suresh C. Choud- hary. President Leo J. Rosenthal Vice President Richard Quinn Treasurer Geoffrey H. Robbins Secretary Richard Faber 76 GAMMA PI DELTA 77 A.O. SENIORS A.O. UNDERCLASSMEN 78 ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA OMEGA Alpha Omega, as a professional fraternity, is guided and strengthened by certain defin- ite goals. These goals give purpose to Alpha Omega and provide the basis for meaningful fraternal ism. " The objectives of the fraternity are to promote the profession of dentistry, foster and develop high standards of scholarship, leadership, and character; to inculcate a spirit of fellowship amongst all its members; to create and bind together a body of profes- sional men, who, by scholarly attainments, faithful service, and the maintenance of eth- ical ideals and principles have distinction; to honor achievement in others; to strive for breadth of vision, unity in action and ac- complishment of ideas From " The Creed of Alpha Omega Fraternity " PSI OMEGA President RICHARD A. BERRYMAN Vice President IHOR ZALUCKY Secretary GEOFFREY H. ROBBINS Treasurer LESTER E. BLOOD Rush Chairman JOHN S. DAVIS Editor-Historian CLYDE MEW :.-; ' 81 ZIP opened the year with our famous open parties that let the frosh know that yes, there is a social life in Baltimore. Our dinner meetings make an enjoyable evening out of otherwise less popular business meetings. At the September meeting we reorganized for the year. October ' s meeting speaker filled the brothers in with the advantages of full life insurance. November ' s Thanksgiving dinner meeting, served up by our lovely ZIPETTES, was an outstanding success with the meeting part limited. December ' s meeting set the stage for rush. Brothers and faculty alumni turned out in full force to welcome in the prospective pledges on Table Clinic night. We saw demonstrations of the Plak-Lite, Oral Surgery, Oral Hygiene and ZIP Functions. The Calling Brewery Tour saw additional rushes and with the wind up Speaker Night, resulted in 24 new pledges. This gave ZIP close to one fifth of the student population at B.C.D.S. for 1971-1972. Casino Night in January was our best closed party as the ZIP House became " Little Las Vegas " . February ' s Winter Ski Weekend tied into George Washington ' s Birth- day to give us a great three day weekend when we needed it most. March ' s elections got the ball rolling on the 1972-1973 ZIP year. April ' s meeting saw the new officers trying their wings by inducting the new pledges. These pledges threw the best theme party in years. May ' s Spring Weekend Away put the cap on another great year for ZIP at B.C.D.S. You expect more from ZIP and you get it. 82 Xi Psi Phi OUR LEISURE TIME To obviate and potentiate the stomatog- nathic system, we . . . I ,N kr 84 Pie-orrhoea Suffering Simon met a pie-man Going to the shops, Said Suffering Simon to the pie-man Have you acid drops? Said the pie-man to Suffering Simon, Your trouble is not cloea, Said Suffering Simon to the pie-man, I foea I have pyorrhoea. TONGUES A still tongue maketh a wise head, and a happy dentist. 85 AP£ PcJ 6to to wou M " o-.oe P. V UR BETTER MOMENTS: s K 86 „. at ( vftef 87 THE MIRROR STAFF 1972 Editor-in-chief LAWRENCE A. KAPLAN Assistant Editor IHOR B. ZALUCKY Secretary DELORIS V. WILLIAMS Photography LAWRENCE A. KAPLAN, RALPH H. PROENZA Contributors DAVID BOWLES, ROY ESKOW, JARED FINE, WARREN GABAREE, SUSAN KAPLAN, STUART KAY, DONALD KIMMEL, ERIC LEBOWITZ, MARK LeMAR, WILLIAM McGONIGLE, JOHN SCHULTZE, JUDY SHERMAN, MARTIN SIEGEL, JULIA WAGNER, STEVEN WEINBERG Faculty Advisors DR. JOSEPH C. BIDDIX, JR. DR. D. VINCENT PROVENZA 88 THE PAST . . . AND THE PRESENT IN MEMORIAM On June 7, 1970, we lost Dr. Frank J. Sinnreich, who was an Associate Professor in Anatomy, Gross and Neuro- anatomy. He was a member of the Class of 1961 at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Dental School, Uni- versity of Maryland. His constant thirst for knowledge and his love for anatomy inspired many students. We shall miss him. Dr. Frank J. Sinnreich 89 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1972 from THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Join Your Alumni Association 90 The Cooperphone 91 Plan your office before you graduate Let our experienced specialists help you. 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