Wake Forest School of Medicine - Gray Matter Yearbook (Winston Salem, NC)

 - Class of 1958

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CIIIIIEIIIS . . . CLASS ABSTRACTS ....... DEDICATION ............... ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY ........ CLASSES ........... ...... SENIORS ................. JUNIORS ............................. SOPHOMORES.. ........... .. FRESHMEN ................... SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ............... SCHOOL OF X-RAY TECHNOLOGY ................ SCHOOL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY ................. GRADUATE STUDENTS ................................ MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARIANS .................... DEPARTMENT OF PASTORALCARE ........... ACTIVITIES ......... .......... .....J..four ll.-lleight ......eIeven . . . . . .thirty-one ............thirry-two forty-six .............IIIfy-four ...........IiIty-ei,gI1t .............IiIty-nine fifty-nine .................SlXIY ..........sIxty ..........sixIy ....s'ixty-one PUBLICATIONS .....,...................... ......................................... . sixty-two ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA ............................................................................... .... s ixty-Three WINGATE M. JOHNSON MEDICAL SOCIETY ................................... .......... s ixty-three FREDERICK R. TAYLOR HISTORY OF MEDICINE SOCIETY .............. ' .... sixtyfihree SAMA ....................................................................................................................... ...... s ixty-Iour PHI RHO SIGMA FRATERNITY .................. ..... - ...sixty-six PHI CHI MEDICAL FRATERNITY ................ sixty-eight ...... one hundred ninetegn



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"Moose" Morehead was there clad in white bucks-we aren't sure that he isn't wearing the same pair today. Nell Benton was wanting to tell us that her end of the hall was not a student lounge, but we' hear recently that the new building will contain, in addition to animal quarters, a library. Without further ado, we soon thereafter found ourselves in class without the benefit of having registered for courses. fEven Mr. Parker has since gotten into the modern swing, and now we register our check booksl. Beginning with biochemistry and ping-pong,' there was doubt as to in which we were achieving the greatest proficiency. However, Steve Gee took the honors in both. Self-experimentation added little to our knowledge of the relationship between prunes and liver function, but it did establish the permanent place of the former as a cathartic. At Dr. Swanson's insistance, we learned to keep an eye on the ubiquitous hydrogen iong and. yet, we look with disfavor on the chloride shift. Simultaneously, came the ultimatum ,that we would not begin the study of anatomy next quarter, but that "histology is anatomy." We cringe at the thought of the painful blackboard portrait of the WBC, and the "Big Turtle's" bewilderment, "Is that the front or side view?" By the way of a naive Salem College lass came the information that a classmate had an IQ of 170. We figured this was about average for our class. . Artistic talent blossomed forth from unexpected sources during gross anatomy, producing a number of classic anatomical sketches. We wonder if it were not the brilliance of C. P. Deal in exhibiting his startling image of the foramen magnum COD that earned him a seat at Harvard. It may be of passing interest that Carter's father had worked for the 'iPudendal Life Insurance Company." Anatomy fell behind us as Savannah unceremoniously wandered in to load his cart with twenty-eight undissected lower extremities. It was during this period that a notorious and powerful organization became definitely established-the "Executive Committee." It was the function of this body that withstood the mental collapse of our class. No biochemistry, neuroanatomy, or physiology exam was too tough for this committee to handle. The coming of the Spring quarter was accompanied by the new concept from Dr. Tuttle -what there was to learn in the "coccus" lab should be learned in twenty minutes. Profes- sors have their ways of illustration, now when we think of a maligant "cell," a view of Mrs. Roosevelt becomes real. About this time citrus fruits enjoyed tremendous popularity at Salem College dances, no one suspecting that their palatibility and potentiality had been enhanced by generous parenteral administrations of ethanol. Sophomore physiology was marked by attempts at mastery of the mechanical monsters of Swifty's machine shop. For fear of injustice to this phase we should pass lightly on, careful not to incite a sudden surge of adrenalin? epinephrine? norepinephrine? Which is it? However, we should not neglect Mr. Parsons, for it was he who taught us that "Ah, respiration is, Ah, very important." Woe be unto Dr. Green, for surely little Willy John's determination of the electrical axis would have been good enough for Einthoven. We were all impressed in pathology by "yallar nodools," "diseases of chil'ren," "brown- red-black mottled gray-green-orange livers" and the curb market display of fresh "classic cases." The unanswered question in pathology remains, "Was Crist really asleep or just laying for Dr. Klein?" The class indeed expresses deep regret for the latter's departure. And out of San Joaquin Valley came galloping Sam Bass, screaming, "Coccidioides!" The basic sciences over, the squabble over "whites" unsettled, with stethoscopes just like "Dr, Bob's," and with a diffuse coarse tremor we began the third year clinical clerkship. The Executive Committee was forced into oblivion with the conversion of the Peacock into a gro- cery store. There subsequently developed a marriage fad, the Wives' Club becoming the powerful policy making unit. ' With our coming onto the wards the "5 o'clock rule" was proclaimed. The House Staff trounced upon it as if they were having a Boston Tea Party. Dr. Carpenter announced, as he met the Sophomore Class for the first time, that he would concentrate on external affairs and leave Coach Meads to do the ball carrying. Oh. QX

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