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at the Charlotte Memorial Hospital,
Charlotte, N. C. for one year after
which he spent three years in Radiolo-
gy Residency at Barnes Hospital in
St. Louis. Then the following two
years were spent with Uncle Sam in

the Air Force at Hampton, Va. He
went back to St. Louis to practice in
a large Radiology CUnic when the op-
portunity opened up in the Radiology
Department at the Charlotte Memo-
rial Hospital. He said his title is as-
sistant to the janitor, but actually he
is one of two Radiologists at the Hos-
pital and a welcome addition to the

James Edward McKinney (Ed) is
in a group of three doing General
Practice in Chatt:.nooga, Tenn. at 20 5
Spears Ave. This group is expanding
and hopes to have a fourth man soon.
He says that married life with three
little girls keeps him busy in his spare
time, but adds that it is certainly
enjoyable. Ed suggests that we have
a reunion at The Hill sometime real

George A. McLemore settled in
NYC in July, 1956 in the practice of
Internal Medicine. After he left UNC
he graduated from Harvard and in-
terned at Peter Bent Brigham Hospi-
tal. Then he had a wonderful year in
England (1950-51) doing Cardio-
pulmonary function, and returned to
Peter Bent Brigham to complete his
Senior Residency (after two years in
the Army) working with Dr. Sam
Levine in Cardiology from about '5 3
to '5 5. George has his Boards in In-
ternal Medicine. He is still single but
very eligible. (Address incidentally is
445 East 68th St., New York.)

George Nassef is really most en-
thusiastic ?bout his set-up in West
Palm Beach, Fla. (Address: 2 505
North Dixie.) After he left UNC and
graduated from Jefferson in the City
of Brotherly Love, he went to Bethle-
hem, Pa. for his rotating internship.
Following this he took a trip out to
Indiana where he went into General
Practice for a few years, then had a
preceptorship in General and Gyn
Surgery in La Porte, Ind. In 19 54 he


heeded Uncle Sam's call and went
into the Navy where he was fortu-
nate enough to be assigned to Ports-
mouth, Va. and Miami in OB-Gyn for
two years. After release from the
Navy, he opened an office in West
Palm Beach with practice limited to
Ob-Gyn. George is not married, but
he has a home on the bay and a small
boat. He says that he can jump into
his skiff and be fishing and boating
in three minutes or can take a swim
in his backyard before breakfast.

Paul Nolan graduated at the Univ.
of Maryland in 1948 and interned at
Tampa (Fla.) Municipal Hospital,
1948-49. He practiced in Lawndale,
N. C. for two years then entered the
Regular Air Force as Flight Surgeon
in Amarillo, Texas, California and
Langley Field, Va. for four and a half
years. When he was released from
service he began General Practice in
King's Mountain, N. C. and is still
there. In 1949 he married Anne Lewis
from St. Petersburg, Fla., and they
have adopted twin boys (Johnny and
Tommy) who are now two and a half
years old.

Joseph Stafford Redding (Joe)
claims that I know the details of his
checkered career as well as he does,
so if I take liberties, I have license —
poetic license, that is. Dates I do not
remember, but Joe graduated from
the University of Maryland and, I
believe then came to Rex Hospital in
Raleigh. He started private practice
in Albemarle, N. C. and later moved
to Chester, S. C. where he had an as-
sociate. However, last year he decided
to return to The Hill and he is now
at the N. C. Memorial Hospital in
the Anesthesiology Department. He
married Nancy before he started prac-
tice and they have three beautiful
children: Jeff, Lorie and Davy, which
Joe claims to be his only worthy ac-

For the sake of alphabetical con-
tinuity I will inject a brief review of

my "Curriculum vitae" at this point:
Mary Lou Rutledge McGregor grad-
uated at Temple University School of
Medicine in 1948 and had a year of
rotating internship and one year of
assistant residency in Pediatrics at the
University of Pennsylvania Hospital.
In 19 5 0, I headed South for the second
year of assistant residency in Pedia-
trics at Duke Hospital. In 1951, I
came to Charlotte into a group prac-
tice of Pediatrics and am still at it.
I married William E. McGregor in
Nov., 1952. He is a decorator and I
maintain my maiden name for prac-
tice since I had been using it that
way a year and a half when I was *
married. We have no children as yet.
Certified by the American Board of
Pediatrics, 195 5.

William Edward Sheely (Bill) is in
practice with another Radiologist in
Washington, D. C. Bill, Ed McKin-
ney, Johnny Weyher, Bob Lackey,
George Nassef, Henry Stenhouse, and
Ed Webb all left UNC and went off
to Jefferson. Bill says that he has not
been in close enough contact with any
of the class since to suit him. Here is
another suggestion that we plan a
get-together. XZhile in internship. Bill
married and their third girl was born
three days before Christmas. Does
anyone have a formula for boys?
Write Bill. He left PGH for two years
in the Navy and returned to finish
three years of residency in Radiology
after which he settled in Washington.
However, his home address is Spring-
field, Va. which he says still makes
him a Southerner in name as well as

Henry Frank Starr, Jr. (Frank) is
now Assistant Medical Director of
Pilot Life Insurance Company in
Greensboro, N. C. and likes the work
very much better than two years in
the Army which took him away from
practice in 195 3. Frank has the op-
portunity to see or correspond with
many of our class members in the


course of his work, and he attended a
lecture in New Orleans last year by
Dr. Holman on the subject of Athero-
sclerosis (believe it or not). Frank's
residency training was interrupted by
a year of travel in Europe with a
well-heeled patient on his private
yacht (the world's largest — size of a
destroyer). Maybe we can get him to
tell us more about this trip. Frank
is married and has three Httle girls.
No formula here.

Henry Merritt Stenhause graduated
at Jefferson in 1948 and interned at
Philadelphia General Hospital, 1948-
5 and for the next two years was
with the Mobile X-ray Unit at Great
Lakes Naval Training Center. Fol-
lowing this he had a residency in
Radiology at Charity Hospital, New
Orleans (19 5 2-55) and passed the
American Board of Radiology in
Washington in Sept., 1957. He has
been in private practice of Radiology
at St. Joseph Infirmary, Atlanta, Ga.
since July, 19 5 5, and finds his work
enjoyable and interesting. In 19 5 5 he
married Claire Joan Roddy of Baton
Rouge, La. and they have one son 2 1
months old.

Arthur Rogers SummerUn (Art)
graduated from the University of Vir-
ginia School of Medicine in '48 and
took a straight internship in Medicine
at Duke Hospital '49-'50, then went
to Bowman Gray for a year of OB-
Gyn with Dr. Lock. In July, 19 50 he
went to Japan during the Korean War
and after a subsequent 6 months tour
of Korea he returned to the U. S. in
1952. From 195 2-5 5 he continued
OB-Gyn training at N. C. Memorial
Hospital and since then has been in
private practice in Raleigh, N. C. He
has four children and is expecting an-
other in May.

Mary Ahce Vann Fox (7400 Fair-
fax Road, Bethcsda (14), Md.) has
just set up her private practice of
Pediatrics, following several years of
most interesting experiences, of which

we hope to hear more in the near fu-
ture. M. A. graduated from the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania School of
Medicine and interned at the Medical
College of Virginia, Richmond, Va.,
then went back to Philadelphia where
she married Sam Fox, an Internist on
active duty with the Navy, and com-
pleted her residency requirements for
her Boards. After that, she joined Sam
for foreign service in England and
Egypt. I mentioned that she has just
opened her office in Bethesda, she is
also between the written and oral
portions of her Board Exam, has three
children and is expecting another in
March. Boy!!!

Thomas Early Whitaker (Tom)
left UNC to graduate at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania School of Medi-
cine in '48. He took his internship in
Bridgeport, Conn., and his residency
in Radiology in D. C. He has been in
private practice in Greenville, S. C.
since July, 1952 and a Diplomat of
the American Board of Radiology
since December, 19 52. He is a partner
in a group. Tom claims to have
the same wife. Marguerite, and an
image of each of them, girl 6 Yz and
a boy 3. He says that he fancies that
they work too hard but he does find
time for a little fishing and a few
other diversions "all highly moral?"
He seems to enjoy his work and says
that he would not change professions
under any circumstances.

Roger M. Winborne, Jr. has been in
solo practice of Internal Medicine and
Gastroenterology (with lots of Gen-
eral Practice thrown in) for two and
a half years in Roanoke, Va. He grad-
uated from the University of Penn-
sylvania School of Medicine and
served two years in the Air Force
after internship. He returned to
Chapel Hill in 19 5 3 and left in 195 5
to start his private practice. Roger
has three children currently having
chickenpox, Susan, 6 and in school,
Terry 4 and Kathy 9 months.

Dexter Witherington went from
Chapel Hill to Harvard and then in-
terned at the University of Virginia
in Surgery. Following this, he was in
service in Okinawa and Ft. Bragg,
and returned for three years residency
in Surgery at Boston City Hospital.
He was recalled to service and had
one year of Thoracic Surgery at the
V. A. Hospital at Oteen, N. C. He
passed his Boards and, since 195 5 has
been happily associated in the prac-
tice of general surgery in Kinston,
N. C. We have his address as Parrott
Hospital, Kinston, N. C.

Class of 1947

WilUam Herbert Bland (W. H.) is
in solo practice at Cary, N. C. and is
looking for a young General Practi-
tioner to come to Cary to fill a va-
cancy left by the death of an older
man, and he says there is a good op-
portunity there. After one year of ro-
tating internship at Rex Hospital, Ra-
leigh, N. C. 1949, he began private
practice. This was interrupted by the
U. S. Army 1951-5 3, but he returned
to the same practice in 195 3. He and
his wife, Jane, have three sons Billy
(7), Frank (6) and Bobby (5), all
L. & W. Their little daughter died
at age 5 of cardiac arrest during a
T & A in 1953.

Mary E. Matthews (1637 Waverly
Way, Baltimore (12), Md.) left
Chapel Hill at the end of the year
1947 and graduated from the Univer-
sity of Maryland in '49. After this
she interned and spent three years as
assistant resident in Pediatrics at the
University of Maryland Hospital and
affiliated hospitals in Baltimore. Mary
had worked in Public Health before
entering Medical School and when her
time of decision came, she solved the
problem by acting as Assistant Health
Officer of Baltimore County and
spending about % time in private
practice of Pediatrics. This combina-
tion has kept her so busy that she is

contemplating soon devoting her full
time to private practice. She still hopes
to come back to N. C. to practice.
So far not married.

James Lloyd Pate (Lloyd) received
his M.D. degree from Bowman Gray
School of Medicine of Wake Forest
College in Dec. 1948 and interned at
Roper Hospital, Charleston, S. C,
Jan. '49 through June '5 0. He then
went into General Practice in asso-
ciation with Dr. John K. Robertson
in Pembroke, N. C. In 1954 he joined
the Navy and was sent to USNTC at
Bainbridge, Md. to serve as clinical
director in the Administrative Com-
mand. Lloyd is married (wife Ber- •
nice) and has one child, James Lloyd,
Jr. (Jim).

Earle Ewart Peacock, Jr. left UNC
in 1947 and graduated from Harvard
in 1949. During 1949-1951 he had
an internship and residency in Sur-
gery at Roosevelt Hospital in New
York. From 195 3 to 195 5 he was
Chief of the Hand Surgery section at
Valley Forge Hospital, then he re-
turned to N. C. Memorial Hospital
to take his residency in Surgery 195 3-
55. 1955-56 was spent at Barnes Hos-
pital as Resident in Plastic Surgery.
Earle married Mary Louise Lowery
(UNC coed) in 19 54 and they have
one boy, Jimmy, 20 months and a
girl, Susan Louise, born in February.

James Gray Tuttle finished Medi-
cine at Bowman Gray in December
1948 and had his internship and resi-
dency in Medicine at Wayne County
General Hospital, Detroit, Mich., from
1948-1953. He returned to Bowman
Gray in 195 3-54 as Fellow in Medi-
cine and has continued on the part-
time staff since. However, he set up
his private practice of Internal Medi-
cine in Albemarle in 19 54 and is still
there. He married Betty Hatley of
Albemarle and they have two chil-
dren. Gray 4 and Melissa 3. In Sept.
he was elected to the Board of Direc-
tors of the N. C. Heart Association


and is serving on the Program and
Budget Committee. He was also elect-
ed an Associate in the American Col-
lege of Physicians in 19 57.

Harry G. Walker received his M.D.
at the University of Virginia School of
Medicine and had a rotating internship
jnd 1 8 months of OB-Gyn with the
U. S. Pubhc Health Service, New Or-
leans, La. After three years active duty
with the USPHS (including intern-
ship and OB-Gyn wcrk he started his
practice in Statesvilb doing General
Practice and a large amount of OB-
Gyn. Harry married the former Peggy
Stanfield and they have thre2 chil-
dren, Gilda 9, Cheryl 6, and Hankie 4.

Richard B. WiUingham (Dick)
graduated from the University of
Pennsylvania School of Medicine in
1949 and had his internship at the
Graduate Hospital of the Univ. of

Penn. 1949-5 0. In 195 0-5 1 he was
resident in Pediatrics at th; Hospital
of the University of Penn., follow-
ing which he served his two ye.irs in
the U. S. Navy at Bainb-idge, Md.
and returned to Fhib. to be Resident
at Children's Hospital in Phila., 195 3-
54 and Chief Resident 1 9 54-5 5. He
has been in practice of Pediatrics with
Dr. Jack Chesney in Knoxville, Tenn.
from 19 5 5 to the present time. He
lives at 4036 Lyons View Pike with
his wife, Julia, and their three chil-

Class of 19 5 2

Jason McClellan practices internal
medicine in Newport News; his ad-
dress is 84 30th Str:;et. Prior to enter-
ing private practice, Dr. McClellan
was an instructor at the University
of* Virginia Medical School.


Six men were presented with Distinguished Service Awards by the Uni-
versity of North Carolina School of Medicine at th; Annual Alumni Dinner
on Alumni Day, March 21.

The awards were presented by Chancellor William B. Aycock to Mr.
Thomas J. Pearsall, Rocky Mount; Clarence Stone, Stoneville; CoUier Cobb, Jr.,
Chapel Hill; Dr. Arthur H. London, Jr., Durham; Dr. Eugene P. Pender-
grass, Philadelphia, and Dr. Wesley C. George of Chap:l Hill. With the
exception of Mr. Stone all of the men attended U.N.C.

Distinguished Service Awards are given by the faculty of the Medical
School and the Medical Alumni Asociation to persons who have made out-
standing contributions to the field of Medicine or the U.N.C. School of

A citation was presented each person telling of the outstanding service
the recipient had rendered the School of Medicine.


Dr. W. R. Stanford, '17, of Durham, president-elect for the past year,
assumed the presidency of the Medical Alumni Association succeeding Dr.
Milton Clark, '3 5. Dr. C. C. Henderson, '12, of Mt. Olive, was re-elected
vice president and Dr. Robert Andrews of Roxboro continued in office as

Dr. K. B. Geddie, '19, of High Point, was named president-elect of the
Association and Dr. William S. Justice, '24, of Asheville and Dr. Edgar Bed-
dingfield, '46, of Stantonsburg were elected counsellors.




Drs. John T. Sessions, Jr. and W.
G. Wysor, Jr., participated in a post-
graduate course in gastroenterology at
Duke University recently. Dr. Ses-
sions' topics were: "Present Day Con-
cepts of Bilirubin Metabolism" and
"Current Physiological Concepts of
the Esophagogastric Junction." Dr.
Wysor spoke on "Clinical, Physio-
logic, and Biochemical Aspects of
Malignant Carcinoid."

Dr. Walter Hollander addressed a
meeting of the Edgecombe-Nash Medi-
cal Society in February. His subject
was "The Clinical Evaluation of Renal


Dr. Charles E. Flowers, Jr. and Dr.
Leonard Palumbo attended the South
Atlantic Association of Obstetricians
and Gynecologists in Hollywood, Flor-
ida, where Dr. Flowers presented a
paper entitled "Premature Rupture of
Membranes" and Dr. Palumbo dis-
cussed another paper.


Dr. John Graham was the speaker
for the monthly meeting of the
Davidson College chapter of Alpha
Epsilon Delta, the undergraduate pre-

medical fraternity. His topic was "An
Adventure in Molecular Pathology."

Dr. George D. Penick delivered a
paper entitled "Some Responses of
Canine Clotting Factors to Extracor-
poreal Circulation" at a Symposium of
the Subcommittee on Blood of the
National Research Council in Wash-
ington on March 3, 195 8. The paper*
was based on a joint study with Dr.
Richard M. Peters, Assoc. Prof, of
Surgery and Mr. Hervy E. Averette
of the medical class of 195 8.

Dr. William Forrest was one of the
instructors in the Annual Retraining
Session of the State Bureau of Investi-
gation on February 20, 1958. He
spoke on "Homicide Investigations."


In March Dr. Edward Curnen, Jr.
attended the meeting of the Section
on Microbiology with the Section on
Pediatrics of the New York Academy
of Medicine and presented a paper en-
titled "Influenza and the Use of Killed
Virus Vaccines for Its Prevention in

Dr. Harrie R. Chamberlin partici-
pated in the Fourth Annual Confer-
ence on Handicapped Children at
Duke University on February 28 and
March 1, 195 8. He was a member of
a panel which discussed "The Child
with Neuromuscular Symptoms."


Alumni and friends interested in obtaining a photograph of the group
portrait of Drs. Mangum, Manning, BuUitt and MacNider may do so by
writing Lavergne Studios, P. O. Box 878, Chapel Hill. Prints, 11 x 14, on
double weight, portrait finish (non-glossy) matte paper, suitable for framing,
may be purchased for $3.50 each. (This includes packing, postage and N.C.
sales tax.)



Dr. Walter Hollander, Jr., Assistant Professor of Medicine, was recently
named a Markle Scholar in Medical Science. It was the sixth time that the
School of Medicine has had a faculty member to receive the award. The
award carries a cash grant of $30,000 payable at the rate of $6,000 a year
over a five year period. It is considered one of the highest honors for promising
young men in the field of academic medicine. The purpose of the program
is "to strengthen medical education by offering academic security and financial
help to teachers and investigators in medical schools early in their careers."


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of Pediatrics, North Carolina Medical Society, North Carolina Pediatrics So-
ciety and the Guilford County Medical Society.

He has served as president of the Guilford Medical Society, president of
the Eighth District Medical Society, chairman of the Pediatric Section of the
North Carohna Medical Society, president of the Guilford County Mental
Hygiene Association and a member of the State Board of the North Carolina
Mental Health Association.


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faculty of the UNC School of Medicine in 1952 as associate professor of bac-
teriology and medicine.

He is a member of a number of professional societies which include the
Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, the American College of Phy-
sicians and the American Society of Experimental Pathology. He is a Diplomat
of the American Board of Pathology (Clinical and Anatomical Pathology) and
the American Board of Internal Medicine. He has served as a member of the
Board of Governors of the American Academy of Microbiology for several
years. Recently he was elected President of the Society of North Carolina

Dr. Cromartie is married and is the father of five children.

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We are happy to hear from our
many friends who were students and
house staff members at the School of
Medicine and N. C. Memorial Hos-

Bruce L. Baer (U.N.C. '5 5-'57)
who many of us remember for the
pearls he used to dispense on G.I.
Rounds, reports that he, his wife,
Eleanor, and daughter, Jeanne Eliza-
beth, are happy at 409 Thornrose
Avenue, Staunton, Virginia. He is
engaged in the practice of internal
medicine and gastroenterology in

Charles A. CahiU (U.N.C. '56)
who was in Chapel Hill from Mil-
waukee via Boston and Harvard, ap-
pears to have found his place in
psychiatry at Menninger Clinic, To-
peka, Kansas. He and George Barnard
(U.N.C. '5 5) have been friends and
colleagues to one another there for
the past two years. Charles writes
that George and family will return
to U.N.C. in July, 195 8, for his last
year in residency.

Morris Lampert (U.N.C. '56) who
those of us who know him will never
forget, is in the navy now at the U.S.
Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland,
where he is staff neurologist.

Saul Landau (U.N.C. '5 6) is teach-
ing preventive medicine in the air
force. He is stationed at Gunter Air
Force Base, Alabama, where in addi-
tion to his teaching duties, he does

* Dr. James Fresh, '57, Resident in Path-
ology, edits the House Staff News.

general practice and participates in
aviation medical activities. He writes
that he and Ken Wallenborn, who is
also in the air force at Homestead Air
Force Base, Florida, went deep sea
fishing together recently. '

WilHam E. Lassiter (U.N.C. '57)
has been engaged in research activi-
ties in medicine at his alma mater,
Harvard Medical School. He writes
that he and wife, Diane, plan to re-
turn to U.N.C. in July, 195 8.

John McCain (U.N.C. '5 5) is en-
gaged in the practice of internal medi-
cine in Wilson, N. C.

Jason McClellan (U.N.C. '56) and
family are in Newport News, Vir-
ginia, where he is practicing internal
medicine. We are happy to know that
he regards his U.N.C. experience as
valuable as we do.

Capers Smith has returned to the
U.S. from England where he spent a
year in neurology. He is now in the
private practice of neurology and
spends two days per week at the Uni-
versity of South Carolina Medical
School in Charleston.

Robert J. Sperber (U.N.C. '5 6)
who was "anxious" to get back to
New York writes that he and family
are living in New Rochelle. He has
been a medical resident in the Bronx
V.A. Hospital since leaving Chapel
Hill in July, 19 56. He plans a third
year at Montefiore and later private
practice in New Rochelle.

Alex Veazey (U.N.C. '5 5) is pro-
fessionally and socially at home in


Hendersonville, N. C. He finds gen-
eral practice stimulating. His primary
interest is in OB-GYN and anes-

Harold Brodell (U.N.C. '5 5) and
family currently call 3774 Sherwood
Road, Cleveland, Ohio, home. He is
a fellow in cardiology and neurology
at Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio,
where he has found time for his lively
research activities. His plans include
the U.S. Army in mid-summer, 195 8.

George Vennart (U.N.C. '5 6) has
ascended the academic ladder to as-
sistant professor of pathology, Colum-
bia University, and assistant attend-
ing pathologist, Presbyterian Hospi-
tal, New York. He and family live
in Norwood, New Jersey, where
George is a member of the Board of
Health. We are gratified that his plans
include a visit to Chapel Hill this

John Porter (U.N.C. '5 3) is senior
psychiatrist at Boston State Hospital.

He and family reside in Newton
Centre, Massachusetts.

Chandler Dawson (U.N.C. '5 7)
has been with the epidemiology branch
of the Communicable Disease Center
of the USPHS and has been assigned
to the University of California Medi-
cal Center to study the epidemiology
of trachoma and other infectious con-
junctivitides. He and family are now
living in Mill Valley, Calif., near San

Marion Waters (U.N.C. '57) has
returned to Greenville, S. C. where

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