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DEDICATION


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RECOGNITION


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BASIC SCIENCES


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CLINICAL SCIENCES


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ADMINISTRATION


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FACULTY


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ORGANIZATIONS


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STUDENTS' WIVES


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SENIORS


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


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No greater opportunity, responsibility, or obligation
can fall to the lot of a human being than to become
a physician. In the care of the suffering he needs
technical skill, scientific knowledge, and human
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He who uses these with courage, with humility, and
with wisdom will provide a unique service for his fel-
lowman, and will build an enduring edifice of charac-
ter within himself. The physician should ask of his
destiny no more than this; he should be content with
no less.

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"One of the essential qualities of the
clinician is interest in humanity, for the
secret of the care of the patient is in
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DEDICATION

MORTON GREENWALD, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Path)

"I am an Osteopathic physician. Each of you is in the
process of becoming one. I will be judged by what
comes of your education, and it is my job to see that
you learn and learn well."

So spoke Dr. Morton Greenwald on the first day of
what was to be a long, arduous and rewarding sopho-
more year. Terrified, at first, by the volume of materi-
al to be assimilated and awed by his seemingly limit-
less store of knowledge; we soon came to realize that
this man was engaged in a labor of love for teaching
and a devotion to his profession.

As the year progressed, so did we. Firmly guided
through the myriad intracacies of pathology, we came
face to face with and learned to understand the prin-
ciples which Dr. Greenwald imparted so well. His un-
canny ability to sense when a student was not work-
ing up to par and to give him a stimulating sense of
academic discomfort; was only matched by his gift
for singling out one who was feeling discouraged and
frustrated and offering him a kind word or a consol-
ing gesture.

We, the Class of 1967, dedicate this chronicle to you
whom we will remember respectfully as Dr. Green-
wald, warmly as "Greenie", and always as a fine gen-
tleman, an apt teacher and a good friend.




IN RECOGNITION




OF . . .



EDWIN H. CRESSMAN, D.O.,
THOMAS F. SANTUCCI, D.O.,
GERALD SCHARF, B.A., D.O.
JAMES A. FRAZER, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost)



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Teachers . . .
Physicians . . .
and above all, men!

Honest, sincere and dedicated men who imparted their
knowledge— free from prejudice and dogmatism, steeped in
documented scientific data and tempered by clinical experi-
ence—with a zeal and enthusiasm which rejuvenated our mo-
tivation to become physicians.

We will do well to emulate these men in our quest to con-
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FRESHMEN

John Grabusky
Vincent Glielmi
David Goldberg
Dudley Goetz
Victor Gregory
Jon Greif
Bruce Gilfillan
Marshall Gottlieb
Louis Haenel
Arthur Hampton







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FRESHMEN

Bart Butta
Conrad Bell
David Blom
Robert Bakondy
John Becher
John Branas
Robert Baran
Dan Brzusek
L. Bookman
Esther Behrens
Richard Bremer
Jan Baxt
A. P. Borisow



FRESHMEN

Emil Felski
Jack Fireman
James Essad
Michael Chaffier
Dennis Franks
Joseph Dieterle
Victor Flagiello
Frank Ferri
Jay Ellis
Jay Bayer
Bruce Cunninghart
Thomas Devlin



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FRESHMEN

Joseph Hummel
Edwin Jensen
Charles Kaczey
Stevan Lutzato
Steven Levy
George Loose
Melaid Isaac
Edward Lisk
Richard Knapp
Howard Kessler
Jeffery Ledis
Richard Lasiewski
Alexander Mazerski
William Keweshan



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Jay Swedloff

Joel Rock

Marian Toll

W. Vander Knapp

Edward Zevin

Joseph Wallis

Joseph Vuckovich

Joseph Stelngard

Paul H. Thomas, D.O., Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Harold Roberts
Richard Smith
Russell Silverman
Albert Sine







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Harvey Smith
Dr. Paul Thomas

Gerald Skobinsky
Robert Stremmel
Robert Weinberg
Edward Spoil
Robert Stedman
Henry Sagel



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SOPHOMORES


Bruce Eisenhardt


John Giulano


Steven Edell


Carl Giombetti


Calvin Dubrow


Burton Ginsberg


William Gall


Steven Glickfield


Sally Craig


Richard Click


Ronald Frank


Barry Hoffman


Andrew Fanelli


Alan Guralnick




William Heymann


Leroy Kruzel


Alan Biczak


Jerome Koser


Jonathan Bortz


Allen Koff


Edgar Bolton


Edgar Kline


William Barrett


Irving Kernis


David Bevan


Donald Izzi


IVIurray Brand


Harold Holloway


Joseph Boecker


Robert Jama


Allen Koff




Sidney Bernstein



PHARMACOLOGY



FRESHMEN

Robert Siren
John Wasniewskl
Stan Romanowski
Dr. Thomas
Edwin Sullivan
Keith Weiss
Michael Tieff





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James F. Conroy, D.O.
T. Bryson Struse, D.O.



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Barclay Wilson
Mark SusSman
M. Jay Wexler
Joseph Small
Harry Serfer
James Ziccardi
David Watson
James Witt
Stephen Wood
David Silverstein
Warner Stanford



SOPHOMORES

Donald Tilton
Stephen Wood
David Silverstein
Warner Standford
Gilbert Weisman
Edward Silverman
Sturat Topkis
Philip Varner
E. F. Joseph Siebold
Joel Woodruff

Joseph E. Giletto, D.O., M.Sc.
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Noel Melhorn
Barry Rosen
Paul Wallner



SURGICAL RESIDENTS

Michael F. Ginder Jr., D.O.
Galen David Young, D.O.



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JUNIORS

Bernard Sobel
Seymour Schiowitz
V. Paul Bertrand
John Schmelzer
John Sellers
Leonard Limongelli
Charles Parker

Thomas F. Santucci, D.O., F.A.C.O.P.
Clinical Professor



OBSTETRICS and
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Willian McGrath
Louis Rondini
Steve Zukowski
Ronald Rook
James Weinberg
Ashley Angert
Len Limongelli
James Stengel
Bernard Sobel
Jacques Surer
Jeffery Loux
Alfred Poggi
Willard Ruth
James McHugh
Charles Mauriello
Jeffery Weisfiel
Andrew D. DeMasi, D.O.
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ANESTHESIOLOGY




RADIOLOGY




Louis Lang
Marie Lang
Judy Kline
Sheldon Kerner
Joe Hatch
Norm Leopold
Duff Guia



Jim Harris
Haldon KIme
Paul Bertrand
Lloyd Hershey
Dave Kiner
Norman Kopman
Joseph Kessler
Dr. Robert Meals



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JUNIORS

Bernard Fox
Gerald Edelstein
Jane Gelnett
Joseph Eshleman
Richard Gordon
Vince Ciambotti
Dr. Robert England
Lawrence Foster
Ivan Donner
Samuel Grove
Frederic Ferguson




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THE PRESIDENT




Stage one of Frederic H. Earth's dream for the
Osteopathic profession in Philadelphia is com-
pleted. The Class of 1967 congratulates Presi-
dent Barth on this magnificent achievement.
We hope that this man's multifacet dream be-
comes a realization; and that the staff, faculty,
administration and graduates of the Philadel-
phia College of Osteopathic Medicine will meet
the challenge of this man's vision.




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THE DEAN



To The Class of 1967:

I am happy to share with you in the joy of your gradua-
tion. You are to be congratulated on your achieving the
degree of Doctor of Osteopathy. The trials and tribula-
tions, the sacrifices you have made, and by others for
you, the hard work and worry you have endured, now all
sum up in success. Each of you carries with him our
very best wishes for a long and happy career as an os-
teopathic physician.

There is in Plato's Republic an interesting— and in many
ways, still unsurpassed— dialogue between Socrates and
Thrasymachus on the practice of medicine or the
profession of medicine.

You will recall that in discussing the reasons why men
work, Thrasymachus had concluded that men work to
gain power and to earn a living. Socrates, however, soon
has the younger man off on another view of the subject.
He uses as his illustrative vehicle the profession of med-
icine. As each logical step follows the other, Socrates
demonstrates that which distinguishes the practicing of
a profession from the earning of a wage. It is the good
of the patients which is the purpose of the practice of
medicine. This is what gives to the practice of medicine
the qualities which make it a profession. The purpose of
your life is now to spend your days helping others. Sure-
ly you will have your full share of the world's goods. But
these are totally without meaning, if, in gaining them,
you have not kept dominant in your life that quality
without which you lose your right to be called a profes-
sional man— an osteopathic physician. As Socrates long
ago said:

"And thus, Thrasymachus, all who are in any place of
command, insofar as they are rulers, neither consider
nor enjoin their own interest, but that of the subjects
for whom they exercise their craft: and in all that they
do or say, they act with an exclusive view to them, and
to what is good and proper for them."

To each of you my cordial greeting and best wishes.

Sincerely yours




Sherwood R. Mercer
Vice-President and Dean



BOARD OF DIRECTORS




Samuel A. Blank
Floyd C. Boshart
Elmer S. Carll
John Morgan Davis
William J. Davis
Ira W. Drew
Robert C. Erwin
B. T. Bailey Flack
William C. Flanders
Paul H. Hatch
E. John Hesketh
Glenn J. Hoffman
J. Sidney Hoffman
J. Harrison Jones



Herman Kohn
Joseph E. Kunkle
J. Ernest Leuzinger
George D. Mansfield
William J. McCarter
Leon Meltzer
Charles A. T. O'Neill
Guy W. Rogers, Jr.
Reed Speer
Carlton Street
Foster C. True
Levering Tyson
J. Craig Walsh
Earl R. Yeomans



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THOMAS M. ROWLAND JR., B.S.

Director of Admission

Registrar

Vice President— Administration




MARGUERITE M. ARCHER

Assistant Registrar

The Class of 1967 wishes our "IVIother Superior" many rewarding
years of well deserved relaxation on the culmination of her career
at P.C.O.M.
The Class of 1967 salutes Mrs. Archer for a job well done!



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FACULTY . . .



ANATOMY



Angus G. Cathie, D.O., M.Sc. (Anat). Professor-Chair-
man

Edwin H. Cressman, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Professor

Blanche C. Allen, A.B.. B.S. in Ed., D.O.. M.Sc. (Anat),
Associate Professor

Robert W. England. A.B.. B.D., D.O.. M.Sc. (Anat), As-
sistant Professor

Lewis G. Torrieri, B.S., M.D., D.O.. Associate
Embryology

Lemar F. Eisenhut Jr., D.O., Lecturer

Leonard B. Segal. A.B., D.O., Assistant

Francis C. Collins. B.S., D.O.

Robert B. Swain. B.S., D.O.. Clinical Assistants






ANESTHESIOLOGY

J. Craig Walsh, D.O.. M.Sc. (Anes)
F.A.C.O.S., Professor— Chairman

Charles A. Hemmer. A.B.. D.O., Assis-
tant Professor

Thomas L. Moy. A.B.. D.O.. Clinical As-
sistant






DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY

Edwin H. Cressman, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Professor-Chairman
Israel Feldman, Ph.G., D.O., F.A.O.C.D.. Associate Professor
Walter L Willis, D.O., Associate Professor



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E.E.N.T.



J. Ernest Leuzinger, D.O., M.Sc.

F.O.C.O.. Professor Emeritus-
Chairman
H. Mahlon Gehman. D.O.. M.Sc..

F.O.C.O.. Professor
John W. Sheetz. D.O., M.Sc.

F.O.C.O., Clinical Professor
Harry I. Stein. A.B., D.O., M.Sc.
Charles W. Snyder Jr.. D.O.,

M.Sc.
Herbert Weinberg. D.O.
Bernard M. Alper, A.B.. O.D..

D.O.
Alvin Dubin. D.O.
John J. Kelch, B.S.. D.O.. M.Sc.
Theodore P. Mauer. A.B.. D.O.,

M.Sc.







MEDICINE

William F. Daiber, D.O., F.A.C.O.I., Professor

—Chairman
Clarence E. Baldwin, D.O., F.A.C.O.i., Clini-
cal Professor— Vice Chairman
Theodore W. Stiegler Jr., D.O., F.A.C.O.I.

Clinical Professor
Albert J. Fornace, D.O., Associate Professor
Henry B. Herbst, D.O., Associate Professor
Ralph J. Tomei, Associate Professor
James A. Frazer, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Assis-
tant Professor
Joseph E. Giletto, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Assis-
tant Professor
John J. McHenry, D.O., Assistant Professor
Jacob B. Rapp, D.O., Assistant Professor
Theodore Weinberg, B.S., D.O., Assistant

Professor
William J. Gillespie. D.O., Assistant Professor

Associates:

Sidney Kochman, D.O.

Dominic E. Marsico, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost)

Albert F. D'Alonzo, A.B., D.O., M.Sc.

Gerald Scharf, B.A., D.O.

Nathaniel N. Barman, D.O., Lecturer

Instructors:

William H. Landgrebe, D.O.
Lois E. Pullum, D.O.
Morton Silver, A.B., M.A., D.O.
Alvin Rosen. A. 8., M.A., D.O.
Philip K. Evans, A.B., D.O.
Andrew A. Pecora, B.S., D.O.
Frederick Anne Jr., D.O.
Theodore Schwartz, B.A., D.O.

Clinical Assistant:
Joseph C. Minniti. D.O.
David S. Asbel, B.S., D.O.
Franklin Brody, A.B., D.O.
Anthony J. Cincotta Jr., B.S., D.O.
Joseph V. Koehler. D.O.
Eleanor V. Masterson, A.B., D.O.
William M. King, B.S., D.O.



MICROBIOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH



Philip M. Lessig. A.B., M.A., D.O., Associate
Professor

Bernard Witlin. A.B.. M.S.. D.Sc.
F.A.A.A.S., F.A.P.H.A., Associate Profes-
sor

Nicholas S. Nicholas. D.O.. Assistant Profes-
sor

Arthur E. Greene. A.B.. B.S., M.Sc. (Bact),
D.Sc, Instructor— Virology



NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY

George H. Guest, D.O., F.A.C.N., Professor— Chairman

Cecil Harris, D.O., M.Sc. (Psyc), F.A.C.N., Clinical Professor

Morton S. Herskowitz, B.S., D.O.. Assistant Professor

Wilmer H. Bath, D.O.. Associate

Anthony S. Jannelli, A.B., D.O.. Associate

I. J. Oberman. D.O.. Associate

Albert Honig. A.B.. D.O.. Assistant

Edward D. White. D.O.. Assistant

Ned Baron. D.O., Clinical Assistant

Martin Gelman. B.Sc, Ed.M., Clinical Assistant

Martin B. Goldstein, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant

Philip Katz, D.O.. Clinical Assistant

Armand J. Lupo, B.A., D.O.. Clinical Assistant

Irvin A. Pearlstein, D.O., Clinical Assistant



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

Lester Eisenberg, A.B., D.O.. M.Sc. F.A.CO.O.G., Clini-
cal Professor— Acting Chairman
H. Walter Evans, D.O.. M.Sc. Professor Emeritus
Frank E. Gruber. D.O., F.A.CO.O.G.. Professor
William G. Morris. B.S., D.O., Assistant Professor
Andrew D. DeMasi. D.O.. M.Sc, Associate
Anita H. Atkins, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Obs— Gyn), Assis-
tant
Daniel Belsky. A.B.. DO., Assistant
Charles J. Neun Jr.. B.S., D.O.. Clinical Assistant
Joseph H. Ridgik, A.B.. D.O.. Clinical Assistant






OSTEOPATHIC PRINCIPLES
AND PRACTICE

Angus G. Cathie, D.O., M.Sc. (Anat), Professor

—Chairman
David Helig, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Clinical

Professor
Robert W. England, A.B., B.D., D.O., M.Sc.

(Anat), Assistant Professor
Nicholas S. Nicholas, D.O., Assistant Professor
Frederick Anne, Jr. D.O., Instructor
John L. Cionci, D.O., Instructor
Albert Grayce, D.O., Instructor
Francis C. Collins, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant
Harry L. Slifer, D.O., Clinical Assistant
Jerome Sulman, A.B., D.O., Clinical Assistant



PATHOLOGY



Ruth V. E. Waddel, D.O., M.Sc. (Path)

Professor— Chairman
Morton Greenwald, A.B., D.O., M.Sc.

(Path), Assistant Professor
Justice H. James, B.S., D.O., M.Sc.

(Path), Assistant Professor



PEDIATRICS



William S. Spaeth, D.O., M:Sc. (Ped), F.A.C.O.P., Professor Emeritus
—Chairman

Thomas F. Santucci. D.O., IV1.Sc. (Ped), F.A.C.O.P., Clinical Profes-
sor—Vice Chairman

F. Munro Purse, D.O.. M.Sc. (Ped), F.A.C.O.P., Associate Professor

Samuel L. Caruso, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Ped), Assistant Professor



PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY

Albert P. Kline, A.B., Ph.D., Professor-Chairman

Nikolai Lobunez, CAND. PHIL. (Kiev), Laboratory Assistant

Karl G. Krech, Laboratory Assistant



PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY



Spencer G. Bradford. D.O., M.Sc.

Professor— Chairman
Paul H. Thomas, B.S,. D.O., Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Frank 8. Falbey, D.O., Associate
E. Milton Friedman, D.O., Instructor
Nicholas M. Renzi. D.O., Instructor
Norman B. Richter, B.S., D.O., In-
structor





RADIOLOGY

John J. Gilligan, A.B., D.O., M.Sc.
(Rad) Clinical Professor— Chair-
man

Paul T. Lloyd, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost),
D.Sc, F.A.C.O.R., F.A.C.O.S., Pro-
fessor Emeritus

Kenneth L. Wheeler, D.O., M.Sc.
(Ost), F.A.C.O.S., Professor

A. Aline Swift, D.O., M.Sc. (Rad),
Clinical Professor

Q. R. Flickmger, D.O., M.Sc. (Rad),
Assistant Professor

Robert L. Meals, B.S., D.O.. M.Sc.
(Rad), Assistant Professor

Richard A. Kiszonas, B.S., D.O.,
M.Sc. (Rad), Lecturer

J. Peter Tilley, B.A., D.O., M.Sc.
(Rad), Assistant



SURGERY

Enrique G. Vergara, A.B., D.O., F.A.O.C.Pr., Profes-
sor Emeritus— Proctology

Carlton Street, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), F.A.C.O.S.. Profes-
sor of Surgery— Chairman

Herman Kohn, D.O., M.Sc. (Obs & Gyn), F.A.C.O.S.
Clinical Professor of Surgery— Vice Chairman

Galen S. Young, D.O., M.Sc. (Sur), D.Sc, F.A.C.O.S.
Clinical Professor of Surgery

Dewaine L. Gedney, D.O., Associate Professor— Sur-
gery

Arnold Gerber, D.O., M.Sc. (OrthS), F.A.C.O.S., As-
sociate Professor— Orthopedic Surgery

Albert Bonier, D.O., M.Sc. (Surg), Assistant Profes-
sor—Surgery

Herman E. Poppe, D.O., Assistant Professor— Ortho-
pedic Surgery

Raymond L. Ruberg, D.O., M.Sc. (Surg), Assistant
Professor— Neurosurgery

Warren H. Swenson, D.O., M.Sc. (Sur), Assistant
Professor— Surgery

Robert A. Whinney, D.O., M.Sc. (UroS), Assistant
Professor— Vice Chairman— Urology

Michael M. Coleman, D.O., Associate— Proctology

Harry E. Binder, D.O., Associate

Nicholas C. Eni, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Associate-
Surgery

H. Willard Sterrett Jr., D.O., M.Sc. (UroS), Associate
—Urology

Dominic J. Salerno, D.O., M.Sc. (OrthS), Lecturer-
Orthopedic Surgery

Henry A. D'Alonzo. D.O., M.Sc. (Sur), Lecturer

Hartley R. Steinsnyder, D.O., M.Sc. (UrolS), Lecturer
—Urology

William E. Briglia, D.O., Assistant— Proctology

John J. Fleitz, A.B., D.O., Assistant— Proctology

David Silverman, D.O., Assistant— Surgery

Leonard Finkelstein, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (UrolS), Clini-
cal Assistant— Urology

Nicholas Pedano, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant

Nicholas D. Tretta, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant

Joseph Walsh, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant

Anthony DelBorrello, A.B., D.O., Clinical Assistant



ADMINISTRATION




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ORGANIZATIONS




STUDENT COUNCIL



PRESIDENT-LEONARD C. GIUNTA
VICE PRESIDENT-ROY A. DEBEER
SECRETARY-DUFF L. GULA
TREASURER-LEONARD V. LIMONGELLI



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NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY



PRESIDENT-ASHLEY J. ANGERT



PRESIDENT-SAMUEL D. LOOKER



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INTERNAL MEDICINE SOCIETY



PRESIDENT-JAMES C. GIUDICE



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PRESIDENT-JAMES C. GIUDICE
VICE PRESIDENT-STANLEY A. MARKANUS
SECRETARY-EARL R. TRIEVEL
TREASURER-WALTER MATKIWSKY



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VICE PRESIDENT-HAROLD E. HOLLOWAY
SECRETARY-BRUCE T. EISENHARDT
TREASURER-CARL A. GIOMBETTI



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PRESIDENT-JUDITH E. KLINE
VICE PRESIDENT-AMANDA C. BLOUNT
SECRETARY-MARIE E. LANG
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STUDENTS' WIVES



President— Bonnie Miller

First Vice-President— Mary Ackil

Second Vice-President— Ruth Corddry

Recording Secretary— Gloria Warhola

Corresponding Secretary— Mary Ann Schrader

Treasurer— Lois Surer

Advisor— Mrs. Samuel Caruso




The Students' Wives Organiza-
tion was fostered out of a desire
to serve the Osteopathic Student,
his college and hospitals; to fur-
ther our knowledge and under-
standing of the Osteopathic phi-
losophy; and to develop an
awareness of the responsibilities
of being the wife of a physician.



Educational programs encompassed a
wide variety of topics ranging from
motherhood to hairdressing.





Through fund raising projects, the Students'
Wives have served the student, his college and
hospital. This year's projects included an ex-
amination lamp for the clinic, medical texts for
the library, book awards to four outstanding
married students, holiday tray favors for pa-
tients, a hospital cart and puppets for the ped-
iatric ward. Funds were also allocated for the
new hospital chapel.




FUND RAISING PROJECTS




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OSTEOPATHIC OATH



I do hereby affirm my loyalty to the profession I am about to enter.

I will be mindful always of my great responsibility to preserve the
health and life of my patients, to retain their confidence and re-
spect, both as a physician and a friend who will guard their secrets
with scrupulous honor and fidelity, to perform faithfully my profes-
sional duties, to employ only those recognized methods of treat-
ment consistent with good judgment and with my skill and ability,
keeping in mind always nature's laws and the body's inherent ca-
pacity for recovery.

I will be ever vigilant in aiding the general welfare of the communi-
ty, sustaining its laws and institutions, not engaging in those prac-
tices which will in any way bring shame or discredit upon myself
or my profession.

I will give no deadly drugs to any, though it be asked of me.

I will endeavor to work in accord with my colleagues in a spirit of
progressive cooperation and never by word or by act cast imputa-
tions upon them or their rightful practices.

I will look with respect and esteem upon all those who have taught
me my art.

To my college, I will be loyal and strive always for its best and for
the interests of the students who will come after me.



HIPPOCRATIC OATH

I swear by Apollo the physician, and Aesculapius, and all the gods,
and goddesses that according to my ability and judgment:

I will keep this oath and this stipulation— to reckon him who taught
me this art equally dear to me as my parents, to share my sub-
stance with him, and relieve his necessities if required to look upon
his offspring in the same footing as my own brothers and to teach
them this art if they shall wish to learn it.

Without fee or stipulation and that by precept, lecture, and every
other mode of instruction, I will impart a knowledge of the art to
my own sons, and those of my teachers, and to disciples bound by
a stipulation and oath.

According to the law of medicine but to none other, I will follow the
system of regime which, according to my ability and judgment, I
consider.

For the benefit of my patients and abstain from whatever is deleteri-
ous and mischievous, I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if
asked nor suggest any such counsel, and in like manner I will not


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