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PHILADELPHIA 
COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 

AND THE 

OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 
OF PHILADELPHIA 

48th and SPRUCE STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 39, PA. 

NORTH CENTER HOSPITAL 

20th and DAUPHIN STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 32, PA. 







THE UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA 



Announcement of Courses 

1952-1953 



2 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 

The Corporation 

Officers 

Frederic H. Barth President of The Board of Trustees 

Guy W. Merryman Vice-President of The Board of Trustees 

H. Walter Evans Secretary of The Board of Trustees 

James M. Eaton Treasurer of The Board of Trustees 

Board of Trustees 

Arthur E. Armitage, Sr. George Haasis 

William C. Bugbee Paue H. Hatch 

Eugene J. Casey Alexander Levitt 

Ira W. Drew Charles W. Sauter, II 

Care Fischer C. Paul Snyder 

Frederic D. Garman Reed SpeEr 
Harry M. Wodeinger 

OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 

Wieeiam E. Brandt, D.O., Litt.D Administrator and Acting Dean 

Thomas M. Rowland, Jr., B.S Registrar 

Harry 0. RiepEn Comptroller 

Frances H. Beisel, A.B Librarian 

J. St. George Joyce Director of Public Relations 

EXECUTIVE FACULTY 

William Baldwin, Jr. J. Ernest Leuzinger 

Angus Cathie Paul T. Lloyd 

Edwin H. Cressman Frederick A. Long 

William F. Daiber O. Edward Owen 

James M. Eaton Joseph F. Py 

H. Walter Evans K. L Senior 

Joseph L. Hayes William S. Spaeth 

David Heilig T. W. StieglEr, Jr. 



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PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

Committee on Admissions *Claus, Tomei, C. Baldwin, Rowland 

Committee on Undergraduate Curriculum, 

Young, Chr., Senior, Owen, Hessdoreer, Rowland 

Committee on Graduate Curriculum *DaibER, RicEman 

Committee on Rules Spaeth, Chr., Witlin, Bradford, Heilig 

Committee on Research W. Baldwin, Chr., Heilig, Senior 

Committee on Scholarship CrEssman, Chr., Daiber, Bradford 

Committee on Student Welfare *Daiber, Barnhurst, Guest 

Library Committee *Long, Wheeler, W. Baldwin 

Committee on A.O.A. Student Loan Gehman, Chr., Young, Purse 

Committee on Discipline Py, Chr., Flack, S aylor 



The Dean is chairman. 



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4 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

FACULTY 

PROFESSORS EMERITUS 

SARAH W. RUPP, D.O., Professor Emeritus of Neuro- Anatomy, 8 Shirley 

Road, Narberth, Pa. 
WILLIAM S. NICHOLL, D.O., D.Sc, Professor Emeritus of Art of 

Practice, 4909 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia 24, Pa. 
EUGENE M. COFFEE, D.O., Professor Emeritus of Jurisprudence, 618 

Park Avenue, 465 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood, N. J. 
EDWARD G. DREW, D.O., D.Sc, F.A.C.O.S., Professor Emeritus of 

Gynecology, 10 West Street, Waterville, Me. 
RUTH E. TINLEY, A.B., D.O., M.Sc, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, 

1318 Wakeling Avenue, Philadelphia 24, Pa. 

C. HADDON SODEN, D.O., M.Sc, Professor Emeritus of Osteopathic 

Therapeutics, 12 S. 12th Street, Philadelphia 7, Pa. 

D. S. B. PENNOCK, D.O., M.D., D.Sc, Profgsso> Emeritus of Surgery, 

1813 Pine Street, Philadelphia 3, Pa. %!*€*> 
HERBERT V. DURKEE, D.O., M.Sc, Professor Emeritus of Histology, 
236 E. Commerce Street, Bridgeton, New Jersey 

PROFESSORS 

H. WALTER EVANS, D.O., M.Sc, Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 

1526 N. 16th Street 
FRANCIS J. SMITH, D.O., M.Sc, Professor of Anesthesia, 6809 Emlen 

Street 
FREDERICK A. LONG, D.O., M.Sc, Professor of Neurology & Psychiatry, 

Central Medical Building 
PAUL T. LLOYD, D.O., D.Sc, F.A.C.O.S., Professor of Radiology, 48th 

and Spruce Streets 
J. ERNEST LEUZINGER, D.O., M.Sc, F.I.S.O., F.A.C.O.S., Professor 

of Otorhinolaryngology and Bronchoesophagology, 1813 Pine Street 
JOSEPH F. PY, D.O., M.Sc, Professor of Bacteriology & Hygiene, 460 

Lyceum Avenue 
EDWIN H. CRESSMAN, D.O., Professor of Dermatology & Syphilology, 

315 S. 22nd Street 
WILLIAM BALDWIN, JR., M.A., D.O., Professor of Physiology & 

Pharmacology, 6856 N. 19th Street 
ANGUS GORDON CATHIE, D.O., Professor of Anatomy, 48th and 

Spruce Streets 
WILLIAM S. SPAETH, D.O., Professor of Pediatrics, 2804 Hillcrest 

Road, Drexel Hill, Pa. 
WILBUR P. LUTZ, D.O., Professor of Osteopathic Medicine, 1906 W. 

73rd Avenue 
KENNETH L. SENIOR, B.S., M.S., Professor of Chemistry, 48th and 

Spruce Streets ^* '"»■ 

JAMES M. EATON, D.O., F.A.C.O.S.fProfessor of , Surgery^ 12 S. 

Twelfth Street V- ■ i„, 

O. EDWIN OWEN, B.S., M.A., D.O., Professor of Pathology, Engle and 
Rose Valley Road, R.D. 20, Media, Pa. 



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PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 3 

CLINICAL PROFESSORS 

THEODORE W. STIEGLER, D.O., Clinical Professor of Osteopathic 
Medicine, 923 Jefferson Street, Wilmington, Del. 

AXTONIA ABEYTA, B.S., D.O., F.O.C.O., Clinical Professor of Ophthal- 
mology, 4615 Locust Street 

CARLTON STREET, D.O., M.Sc, F.A.C.O.S., Clinical Professor of 
Surgery, 1228 Lehigh Avenue 

LEO C. WAGNER, D.O., M.Sc. ^F.A.C.Q^J Clinic 

atrics, 23 E. Lacrosse Avenue^rjahsdowne, Pa. 
EARL F. RICEMAN, D.O., Clinical Professor of Osteopathic Medicine, 

5328 Greene Street 

WILLIAM F. DAIBER, D.O., Clinical Professor of Osteopathic Medicine, 
5000 Penn Street 

FRANCIS E. GRUBER, D.O., Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, 1414 Spruce 

Street 
MAHLON H. GEHMAN, D.O., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, 1818 

Pine Street 
ARTHUR M. FLACK, JR., A.B., D.O., F.A.C.O.S., Clinical Professor 

of Surgery, 135 S. 17th Street 
GALEN YOUNG, D.O., Clinical Professor of Surgery, 2300 Providence 

Avenue, Chester, Pa. 
JOSEPH L. HAYES, D.O., Clinical Professor of Physical Therapy, 4916 

Larchwood Avenue 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

J. CRAIG WALSH, D.O., Associate Professor of Surgery (Anesthesiology), 

4173 Ridge Avenue 
DEWAINE GEDNEY, D.O., Associate Professor of Surgery, 135 S. 17th 

Street 
F. MUNRO PURSE, D.O., Associate Professor of Pediatrics, 127 Elmwood 

Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

HARRY HESSDORFER, D.O., Assistant Professor of Osteopathic Medi- 
cine, 7032 Ogontz Avenue f? 2) f c$ 

KENNETH L. WHEELER, D.O. ,. Assistant Professor of Radiology, 1700 

Walnut Street 
HERMAN KOHN, D.O., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 

5331 Baltimore Avenue 
BERNARD WITLIN, D.Sc, Assistant Professor of Bacteriology & Hygiene. 

6203 N. 11th Street 
WILLIAM BARXHURST, D.O., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & 

Gynecology, 3475 Midvale Avenue 
BARBARA REDDIXG, D.O., Assistant Professor of Osteopathic Principles 

& Technique 
PHILIP M. LESSIG, M.A., D.O., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology & 

Hygiene, 179 E. Roosevelt Boulevard 
JOHN J. McHEXRY, D.O.. Assistant Professor of Osteopathic Medicine, 

5201 Pine Street 



6 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952-1953 

JOHN W. SHEETZ, D.O., Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, 
2065 N. 63rd Street 

DAVID HEILIG, A.B., D.O., Assistant Professor of Osteopathic Principles 
& Technique, Commercial Trust Building, 21 S. 15th Street 

SPENCER G. BRADFORD, D.O., Assistant Professor of Physiology & 
Pharmacology, 1245 W. Allegheny Avenue 

MICHAEL COLEMAN, D.O., Assistant Professor of Proctology (Sur- 
gery), 1616 W. Erie Avenue 

ENRIQUE VERGARA, A.B., D.O., Assistant Professor of Proctology, 
1616 N. Broad Street 

ASSOCIATES 

CLARENCE BALDWIN, D.O., Associate in Osteopathic Medicine, 2936 
W. Lehigh Avenue 

VICTOR R. FISHER, D.O., Associate in Osteopathic Medicine, 18th 
and Chestnut Streets 

BLANCHE C. ALLEN, A.B., B.A., D.O., Associate in Anatomy, Bryn 
Mawr, Pa. 

HARRY I. STEIN, A.B., D.O., Associate in Otorhinolaryngology, 3027 
W. Diamond Street 

BERYL E. ARBUCKLE, Associate in Osteopathic Principles & Technique, 
920 N. 63rd Street 

GEORGE GUEST, D.O., Associate in Neuropsychiatry, 1226 W. Lehigh 
Avenue 

CECIL HARRIS, D.O., Associate in Neurology & Psychiatry, 2904 W. 
Girard Avenue 

JACOB B. RAPP, D.O., Associate in Osteopathic Medicine, 5614 Spruce 
Street 

LESTER EISENBERG, D.O., Associate in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 
36 Copley Road, Upper Darby, Pa. 

GEORGE W. TAPPER, D.O., Associate in Osteopathic Medicine, 425 
Cooper Street, Camden 2, N. J. 

LECTURERS 

JONATHAN K. MILLER, D.D.S., Lecturer in Bacteriology & Hygiene, 
39th and Chestnut Streets 

EDWARD R. THIELER, D.O., Lecturer in Bacteriology & Hygiene, 7804 
Bayard Street 

HENRY B. HERBST, D.O., Lecturer in Osteopathic Medicine, 41 E. 
Walnut Lane 

DAMASCO DeRIVAS, M.D., M.Sc, Ph.D., Lecturer in Bacteriology & 
Hygiene (Tropical Medicine), Lansdowne, Pa. 

GLEN W. COLE, D.O., Lecturer in Orthopedic Surgery, Norristown, Pa. 

ARNOLD GERBER, D.O., Lecturer in Surgery, 5040 Chestnut Street 

HARRY F. MINTZER, D.O., Lecturer in Osteopathic Medicine, Wood- 
lynne, N. J. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 7 

DEMONSTRATORS 

DAVID W. CRAGG, D.O., Demonstrator in Anatomy, 4515 Paul Street 
LeMAR EISENHUT, JR., D.O., Demonstrator in Anatomy, New Hope, Pa. 
RICHARD LEEDY, D.O., Demonstrator in Osteopathic Principles & 
Technique, Woodbury, N. J. 

ARNOLD MELNICK, A.B., M.A., D.O., Demonstrator in Pediatrics, 
3226 Tyson Avenue 

WILLIAM MORRIS, JR., B.S., D.O., Demonstrator in Obstetrics & 
Gynecology, 536 S. 57th Street 

INSTRUCTORS 

ROBERT E. BACHMAN, D.O., Instructor in Osteopathic Medicine, 

5723 Torresdale Avenue 
FRED E. MOWRY, D.O., Instructor in Radiology, 2014 W. Tioga Street 
LEWIS G. TORRIERI, B.S., M.D., D.O., Instructor in Anatomy, Upper 

Darby, Pa. 

THOMAS K. STANDRING, D.O., Instructor in Ophthalmology & Oto- 
laryngology, Oaklyn, N. J. 

WARREN PRATT, D.O., Instructor in Anatomy, 6816 Market Street 

JOHN H. SCHALL, A.B., D.O., Instructor in Chemistry, 4727 Hazel 
Avenue 

EDGEL WILEY, D.O., Instructor in Osteopathic Principles & Technique, 
Lancaster, Pa. 

GEORGE H. COURT, D.O., Instructor in Surgery, Upper Darby, Pa. 

MORTON HERSKOWITZ, B.S., D.O., Instructor in Neurology & 
Psychiatry, 2637 W. Columbia Avenue 

OTTO M. KURSCHNER, A.B, D.O., Instructor in Pediatrics, 1319 N. 
52nd Street 

THOMAS F. SANTUCCI, D.O., Instructor in Pediatrics, 1523 S. Broad 

Street 
ERNEST T. TALONE, D.O., Instructor in Pediatrics, Norristown, Pa. 

SAMUEL BRINT, D.O., Instructor in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 409 S. 
46th Street 

ASSISTANTS 

NATHANIEL N. BERMAN, D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 
Yeadon, Pa. 

FRANCIS R. O'BRIEN, D.O., Assistant in Surgery (Proctology), 69th 
and Market Streets 

ROBERT WHINNEY, D.O., Assistant in Urology, 4915 Oxford Avenue 
WILLIAM L. TANNENBAUM, D.O., Assistant in Radiology, 111 S. 
Broad Street 

HAROLD L. BRUNER, D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 5051 
Oxford Avenue 

SHERWOOD BERMAN, D.O., Assistant in Pediatrics, 6127 Caster Avenue 

JOHN ANTHONY TORELLO, D.O., Assistant in Anatomy, Avondale, Pa. 

HARRY E. BINDER, D.O., Assistant in Surgery, 7247 Charles Street, 
Mayfair 



8 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

HARRY H. KOLANDER, D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Principles & 

Technique, 405 Ritner Street 
KERMIT LYMAN, D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Principles & Technique, 

Brookline, Upper Darby, Pa. 
NICHOLAS S. NICHOLAS, D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Principles & 

Technique, 6794 Market Street 
RAYMOND RUBERG, D.O., Assistant in Surgery, 4614 Wayne Avenue 
WILLIAM C. SODEN, D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Principles & 

Technique, Elkins Park, Pa. 
LEOPOLD SALKIND, D.O., Assistant in Pediatrics, 1630 S. 6th Street 
WARREN SWENSON, D.O., Assistant in Surgery, 6654 Frankford Avenue 
RALPH TOMEI, D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 3533 Ryan 

Avenue 
NICHOLAS TRETTA, B.S., D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 

7418 Buist Avenue 
HUBERT WAGNER, A.B., D.O., Assistant in Surgery, 6608 N. Sixth 

Street 
CLYDE SAYLOR, B.S., D.O., Assistant in Osteopathic Principles & 

Technique, 112 S. 16th Street 
GEORGE BORGMAN, D.O., Assistant in Physiology & Pharmacology, 

Allentown, Pa. 

CLINICAIi ASSISTANTS 

THEODORE C. LOUX, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Principles 
& Technique, Manoa, Pa. 

MICHAEL BLACKSTONE, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Urology, Allen- 
town, Pa. 

MARTIN FARBER, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery (Proctology), 
5200 Frankford Avenue 

WALTER WILLIS, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Dermatology & Syphilology, 
Conshohocken, Pa. 

ALBERT J. FORNACE, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 
5607 N. 5th Street 

SIDNEY KOCHMAN, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 
204 E. Allegheny Avenue 

ALBERT C. KETTE, JR., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medi- 
cine, Hatfield, Pa. 

ANTON CLAUS, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine (Tropi- 
cal), 731 Vernon Road 

HERBERT LIPKIN, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 
1824 W. Montgomery Avenue 

DANIEL FORD, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Principles & 
Technique, Drexel Hill, Pa. 

EDWARD FREEDMAN, A.B., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Pediatrics, 
Upper Darby, Pa. 

CHARLES HEMMER, A.B., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery (Anes- 
thesiology), 5001 Pine Street 

WILLARD H. STERRETT, JR., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Urology, 
112 W. Walnut Lane 

ISRAEL FELDMAN, Ph.D., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Dermatology & 
Syphilology, 901 S. 22nd Street 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 



FREDERICK ANNE, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery, 5035 Schuyler 
Avenue 

ALBERT BONIER, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery, 724 N. 7th Street 

ALBERT REIBSTEIN, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery, 2114 Chelten 
Avenue 

MILFORD ALPER, BERNARD, A.B., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Oph- 
thalmology, 2438 S. Orkney Street 

H. J. VANDER MARK, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Ophthalmology, Wood- 
bury, N. J. 

THEODORE KURZ, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Physical Therapy, 
401 1 Baltimore Avenue 

EDWARD SARAMA, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Ophthalmology & 
Otorhinolaryngology, Blackwood, N. J. 

DOMINIC BONTEMPO, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Anatomy, Norristown, 
Pa. 

JOHN CAPISTA, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 1808 
S. 18th Street 

MATHEW DeCARO, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medi- 
cine, 1618 S. 10th Street 

WILLIAM BRIGLIA, D.O, Clinical Assistant in Proctology, 734 Wharton 
Street 

JOSEPH C. SNYDER, B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery (Proc- 
tology), Washington, D. C. 

JOSEPH VENUTO, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Ophthalmology & Oto- 
rhinolaryngology, 1548 E. Passyunk Avenue 

FRANK P. MILLER, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Principles & 
Technique, 5517 W. Chew Ave. 

WILMER BATH, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Neurology & Psychiatry, 
Conshohocken, Pa. 

SAMUEL CARUSO, A.B., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Pediatrics, 1417 
Jackson Street 

HERBERT MOSKOW, A.B., DO., Clinical Assistant in Pediatrics, 1648 
S. 4th Street 

VINCENT T. CIPOLLA, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Principles 
& Technique, 1429 Morris Street 

JOHN L. CIONCI, A.B., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Prin- 
ciples & Technique, 4000 N. 7th Street 

DAVID SILVERMAN, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery, 725 S. Third 
Street 

DOMINIC MARSICO, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine. 
4822 Greene Street 

GEORGE GEUTING, A.B., B.S., D.O., Clinical Assistant in Dermatology 
& Syphilology, 6910 Market Street 

IRVIN LEPOFF, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Otorhinolaryngology, 721 S. 
4th Street 

EDWARD F. LYNCH, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Surgery, 1700 Walnut 

Street 
VINCENT I. WALSH, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Osteopathic Medicine, 

4533 N. 5th Street 

ELI KREMER, D.O., Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics & Gynecology. 6302 
Morton Street 



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ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 



Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia 



HONORARY STAFF 



Dr. David S. B. Pennock 
Dr. Ruth Elizabeth TinlEy 



Dr. C. Haddon Soden 
Dr. Edward G. Drew 



ATTENDING STAFF 



Abeyta, Antonio 

Baldwin, Clarence 

Baldwin, William, Jr. 

Coleman, Michael 
*Cressman, Edwin H. 
*Daiber, William F. 
*Eaton, James M. 
*Evans, H. Walter 

Fisher, Victor R. 

Flack, Arthur M., Jr. 

Gedney, Dewaine 

Gehman, H. Mahlon 

Gerber, Arnold 

Gruber, Francis E. 

Guest, George 

Harris, Cecil 

Kohn, Herman 



*Leuzinger, J. Ernest 
Levin, Abraham 

*Lloyd, Paul T. 
Lutz, Wilbur P. 

*Owen, O. Edwin 
Rapp, Jacob B. 
Redding, Barbara 
Riceman, Earl F. 
Sheetz, John W., Jr. 

*Smith, Francis J. 

*Spaeth, William 

* Street, Carlton 
V^rgara, Enrique 
Wagner, Leo C. 
Walsh, J. Craig 
Whinney, Robert A. 
Young, Galen S. 



* Executive Committee Members 



ASSOCIATE STAFF 



Arbuckle, Beryl 
Barn hurst, William 
Binder, Harry 
Brint, Samuel 
Court, George 
Eisenberg, Lester 
Hammer, Charles A. 
Kette, Albert C, Jr. 
Kurschner, Otto M. 
Melnick, Arnold 
Morris, William G. 



Purse, F. Munro 
Reib stein, Albert 
Ruberg, Raymond 
Snyder, Charles W., Jr. 
Snyder, Joseph C. 
Stein, Harry I. 
Sterrett, H. Willard, Jr. 
Swenson, Warren 
Swiet, A. Aline 
Tapper, George 
Tomei, Ralph J. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 



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COURTESY STAFF 



Axelrod, Jerome 
Back, Joseph M. 
Belkoee, Meyer M. 
Berger, Arnold 
Bonier, Albert 
Briglia, William 
Caruso, Samuel 
Catanese, Joseph 
Cionci, John L. 
DeCaro, Matthew Vincent 
DeMasi, Andrew D. 
Eni, Nicholas 
Fellows, H. Allen 
Fornace, Albert J. 
Gillespie, William J. 
Goldstein, Saul 
Guyer, Samuel 
Harris, Arnold S. 
Jannelli, Anthony S. 
Kanofe, Saul 
Kochman, Sidney 
Kohn, Jerome 
Kirsh, Harold 
Kremer, Eli 
LaCavera, Joseph 
L avery, John P. 



Lieberman, Isadore 
Lipkin, Herbert 
Loux, Theodore C. 
Marsico, Dominic E. 
Mascioli, Alfonso A. 
McCormick, Ignatius L. 
Moskow, Herbert 
Neifield, Martin S. 
Poppe, Herman E. 
Roedell, George 
Rubin, Morton 
Salkind, Leopold 
Salkind, Morris 
Santucci, Thomas 
Selisker, Lewis A. 
Shore, Harold 
Silverman, David 
Singer, Bernard 
Steinsnyder, Hartley R. 
Tretta, Nicholas 
Venuto, Joseph 
Vickers, Frieda Oshever 
Walsh, Vincent I. 
Weingrad, Leon 
Young, Paul S. 



Departmental Staffs 

HONORARY STAFF 

David S. B. Pennock, D.O., M.D., D.Sc. (Ost.), F.A.C.O.S. 
Edward G. Drew, D.O., D.Sc. (Ost), F.A.C.O.S. 
Ruth Elizabeth Tinley, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 



DEPARTMENT OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE 



Attending Physicians 

William F. Daiber, D.O., Chief Attending Physician 



Wilbur P. Lutz, D.O. 
Earl F. Riceman, D.O. 
Clarence E. Baldwin, D.O. 



Jacob Rapp, D.O. 
Victor Fisher, D.O. 
William Baldwin, Jr., D.O. 



12 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

Associate Physicians 

George W. Tapper, D.O. Albert C. Kette, Jr., D.O. 

Ralph J. Tomei, D.O. 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

James M. Eaton, D.O., F.A.C.O.S., Chief Attending- Surgeon 

Carlton Street, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), F.A.C.O.S., Attending Surgeon 

Arthur M. Flack, Jr., A.B., D.O., F.A.C.O.S., Attending Surgeon 

Galen S. Young, D.O., Attending Surgeon 

Enrique Vergara, B.S., D.O., Attending Proctologist 

Michael Coleman, D.O., Attending Proctologist 

Abraham Levin, A.B., D.O., Attending Proctologist 

Dewaine Gedney, D.O., Attending Surgeon 

Warren H. SwEnson, D.O., Associate Surgeon 

George H. Court, D.O., Associate Surgeon 

Harry E. Binder, D.O., Associate Surgeon 

Albert S. Reibstein, D.O., Associate Surgeon 

Raymond Ruberg, D.O., Associate Surgeon 

Joseph C. Snyder, D.O., Associate Proctologist 



DEPARTMENT OF UROLOGY 

Robert A. WhinnEy, D.O., Attending Surgeon 

H. Willard Sterrett, Jr., D.O., Associate Surgeon 



DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY, OTOLARYNGOLOGY, 
AND BRONCHOSCOPY 

J. Ernest Leuzinger, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), F.O.C.O., F.A.C.O.S., Chief 

Attending Surgeon 
Antonio Abeyta, B.S., D.O., Attending Ophthalmologist 
H. Mahlon Gehman, D.O., Attending Ophthalmologist 
John W. Sheetz, Jr., D.O., Attending Surgeon 
Harry I. Stein, D.O., Associate Surgeon 
Charles W. Snyder, D.O., Associate Surgeon 



DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

James M. Eaton, D.O., F.A.C.O.S., Chief Attending Surgeon 
Arnold Gerber, D.O., Attending Surgeon 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 13 

DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

H. Walter Evans, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.), F.A.C.O.O., Chief Attending Surgeon 

Francis E. Gruber, D.O., Attending Surgeon 

Herman Koiin, D.O., Attending Surgeon 

William M. Barnhurst, D.O., Associate Surgeon 

Samuel Brint, D.O., Associate Obstetrician 

Lester Eisenberg, D.O., Associate Obstetrician 

William G. Morris, D.O., Associate Obstetrician 

DEPARTMENT OF OSTEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS 

Barbara Redding, D.O., Attending Physician 
Beryl ArbucklE, D.O., Associate Physician 

DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY 

Paul T. Lloyd, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), F.A.C.O.S., Chief Attending Radiologist 
A. Aline Swift, D.O., Associate Radiologist 

DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS 

William S. Spaeth, D.O., Chief Attending Pediatrist 
Leo C. Wagner, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Attending Pediatrist 
Otto M. Kurschner, D.O., Associate Pediatrist 
Arnold Melnick, D.O., Associate Pediatrist 
F. Munro Purse, D.O., Associate Pediatrist 

DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

George A. Guest, D.O., Attending Physician 
Cecil Harris, D.O., Attending Physician 

DEPARMENT OF DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHLLOLOGY 

Edwin H. Cressman, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.), Chief Attending Physician 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

O. Edwin Owen, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.), M.A., Pathologist & Director of 

Pathology Laboratory 
Morris Osattin, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Assistant Pathologist 
Tobias Shild, D.O., Assistant Pathologist 

Joseph Py, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.), Director, Department of Bacteriology 
Bernard Witlin, D.Sc, Bacteriologist 
Kenneth L. Senior, B.S., M.Sc. (Ost), Bio-Chemist 



14 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIA 

Francis J. Smith, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost), Chief Attending Anesthetist 
J. Craig Walsh, D.O., Attending Anesthetist 
Charles A. HemmER, D.O., Associate Anesthetist 



APPROVED CONSULTANTS 

Osteopathic Internal Medicine 

Dr. William F. Daiber, (I) Internal Medicine, Chairman of Department 
Dr. Clarence E. Baldwin, (I) Internal Medicine 
Dr. Victor Fisher, (I) Internal Medicine 
Dr. Earl F. RicEman, (I) Internal Medicine 
Dr. Wilbur P. Lutz, (I) Internal Medicine 
Dr. William Baldwin, Jr., Internal Medicine 
Dr. Jacob B. Rapp, Rheumatology- 
General Surgery 

Dr. David S. B. Pennock, (S) Honorary 

Dr. Edward G. Drew, (S) Honorary 

Dr. James M. Eaton, (So) Chairman of Department 

Dr. Carlton Street, (S) 

Dr. Arthur M. Flack, Jr., (S) 

Dr. Galen S. Young, (S) 

Dr. DewainE GednEy, (S) 



Urologic Surgery 

Dr. Robert Whinney 

Dr. H. Willard SterrETT, Jr. 

Dr. Michael BlackstonE 



Orthopedic Surgery 

Dr. James M. Eaton, (So) Chairman of Department 
Dr. Arnold Gerber 



Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, and Bronchoscopy 

Dr. J. Ernest Leuzinger, (Ot) Chairman of Department 
Dr. Antonio Abeyta, (00) Ophthalmology 
Dr. H. Mahlon Gehman, (OO) Ophthalmology 



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Osteopathic Therapeutics 



Dr. C. Haddon Soden, Honorary 
Dr. Beryl Arbuckle, Cerebral Palsy 
Dr. Barbara Redding 



Pediatrics 

Dr. Ruth E. TinlEy, (Ped.) Honorary 

Dr. William S. Spaeth, (Ped.) Chairman of Department 

Dr. Leo C. Wagner (Ped.) 



Dermatology and Syphilology 

Dr. Edwin H. Cressman, (D) Chairman of Department 

Anesthesia 

Dr. Francis J. Smith, (A) Chairman of Department 
Dr. J. Craig Walsh, (A) 

Radiology 

Dr. Paul T. Lloyd, (R) Chairman of Department 

Neurology and Psychiatry 

Dr. George Guest 
Dr. Cecil Harris 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Dr. H. Walter Evans, (OG) Chairman of Department 

Dr. Francis E. Gruber, (OG) 

Dr. Herman Kohn, (S) 

Dr. Lester EisEnberg, Obstetrics 

Pathology 

Dr. O. Edwin Owen, Pathologist 
Dr. Joseph F. Py, Bacteriologist and Serologist 
Dr. Bernard Witlin, Bacteriologist and Serologist 
Mr. Kenneth L. Senior, Biochemist 



16 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952-1953 



Historical Statement 

THE Philadelphia College of Osteopathy was established in 1898 by Dr. 
O. J. Snyder and Dr. Mason Pressley, chartered as a professional school 
dedicated to "improved methods of the healing art in accordance with 
Osteopathic theories of etiology, diagnosis, the prevention and treatment of 
diseases in general, and the practice of surgery, obstetrics and the specialties" 
and to "Osteopathic research and the dissemination of scientific knowledge." 

It was incorporated as "The Philadelphia College and Infirmary of 
Osteopathy," January 24, 1899, under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
The first class was graduated in 1900. In 1921 the corporate name of 
"Philadelphia College of Osteopathy" was authorized. 

The first college was opened in the Stephen Girard Building and shortly 
afterward was transferred to larger quarters in the Witherspoon Building. 
In 1903 it was moved to the northeast corner of Thirty-third and Arch 
Streets. From 1908 to 1911 it was situated at 715 North Broad Street, 
and from 1912 to 1916 at 832 Pine Street. In 1916 the Reyburn Mansion 
at the southeast corner of Nineteenth and Spring Garden Streets was pur- 
chased for the College. A fifty-bed hospital building was erected adjoining 
the College on Nineteenth Street. Subsequently two properties adjacent 
to the College on Spring Garden Street were purchased to serve as annexes 
to the College and Hospital. The Board of Directors of the Osteopathic 
Hospital secured the present site at Forty-eighth and Spruce Streets in 
1928, where space in a completely new building was opened for classes' on 
November 16, 1929. 

The Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia was chartered under the laws 
of Pennsylvania, May 10, 1911, "to establish support and conduct a General 
Hospital for the treatment of sick and injured persons." The hospital was 
the outgrowth of a Dispensary located at 1617 Fairmount Avenue. In 1911 
the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia was established at 410 South Ninth 
Street. When the college moved to Nineteenth and Spring Garden Streets, 
the hospital was temporarily quartered at 1725 Spring Garden Street, where 
it remained until completion of the hospital building on the Nineteenth 
Street site in 1918. 

In January, 1929, the Board of Directors sponsored a public campaign 
for funds, setting the goal at $1,030,000, to meet the needs for new college 
and hospital buildings. The success of this great drive, in which $1,044,000 
was subscribed, is without parallel in Osteopathic achievement involving 
a building program. 

The site at the northeast corner of 48th and Spruce Streets was pur- 
chased in 1928 at a cost of $165,000. Upon this tract, with a frontage of 
281 feet on Spruce Street and 250 feet on 48th Street, units for College, 
Hospital and administration were erected in 1929 at a cost of a million 
dollars. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 17 

In 1951 the Hospital purchased the buildings and grounds of the long- 
established Women's Homeopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, occupying 
a complete city block in North Philadelphia, bounded by Dauphin Street, 
Uber Street, Susquehanna Avenue and 20th Street. There are five buildings 
on a shaded lawn, bounded by a stone fence. The acquisition of this plant 
increased the total hospital bed capacity above the four-hundred level, making 
the Philadelphia Hospital the largest single teaching hospital in the Osteo- 
pathic profession. The setting up of this newly-acquired property as part 
of the College-Hospital operation involved the organizing of a fund supplied 
by the Hospital Staff members. Within a short period in the month of 
August the Staff marshalled a cash sum of more than $300,000 for this 
purpose. 

Our Hospital Staff began using its new North Philadelphia Center on 
May 16, 1951. Final settlement was made August 16. On September 29, 
1951 was held the formal dedication at which time the gateway plaque, 
"Philadelphia College of Osteopathy, North Center Hospital," was un- 
veiled by Dr. Frederic H. Barth, President of the Board of Trustees, and Dr. 
David Sands Brown Pennock, for more than a quarter of a century Chief 
of Staff on our hospital, and the man w T ho obtained the first charter for an 
Osteopathic hospital ever issued by the State of Pennsylvania. 

With the opening of classes in the fall of 1951, the clinical teaching was 
extended to cover North Center Hospital as well as all the other functions of 
the West Philadelphia parent unit. Both hospitals operate as one organiza- 
tion, and the teaching and service functions of the two hospitals are 
coordinated by the Faculty and Staff. 

The Philadelphia College of Osteopathy and the Osteopathic Hospital 
of Philadelphia are so organized that each department extends throughout 
College, Hospital and Clinic as one team under the direction of the depart- 
ment head. The School of Nursing trains Registered Nurses in the special 
skills required for Osteopathic care of patients. 

ORGANIZATION 

The general governing body of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy 
is the Board of Trustees. The Board consists of fifteen members. The 
educational and financial interests of the College are administered by the 
Board. The Faculty members are appointed to office by the Board of 
Trustees. 

THE COLLEGE PHYSICAL STRUCTURE 

The parent College-Hospital building at Forty-eighth and Spruce Streets 
is designed in collegiate gothic. The structure, comprising four floors and 
a basement, is built of colonial red brick with limestone trim and variegated 
slate roof. The main entrance on Spruce Street, flanked by towers, opens 
into a large lobby connecting the College and Hospital units. Immediately 
off the lobby are waiting rooms and general administrative offices. In the 



18 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

basement of the College is found the Out-Patient Clinic Department. There 
are completely equipped departments for clinical instruction in neurology, 
obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, proctology, ophthalmology and oto- 
laryngology, urology, dermatology, diseases of the chest, physical therapy, etc. 
On the first floor is the auditorium, the College Administration offices and 
the College Library. On the second floor are located laboratories — physiology 
and pharmacology, embryology and histology — and classrooms. On the third 
floor is found the Department of Chemistry. In addition, this floor contains 
the pathology and bacteriology laboratories, research laboratories, and 
classrooms. The fourth floor houses the Anatomy Laboratory. This con- 
sists of working facilities for students with ample demonstration material 
on display, adjoined by the cadaver room, mortuary and autopsy room. 

THE HOSPITAL 

In the building jointly utilized by the College and Hospital, the Hospital 
units offer accommodations for 168 patients, comprising private rooms, 
semi-private rooms, wards, nurseries, delivery unit, operating units, work- 
rooms, X-ray quarters, kitchens, dining rooms, etc. The basement comprises 
kitchen, dining rooms and serving rooms. In the central section of this floor 
is found the X-ray Department containing complete diagnostic and therapeutic 
units. The first floor is planned as a general floor. Here are found receiving 
and emergency wards, three adult wards and a children's ward, private and 
semi-private rooms. The Maternity Department occupies the second floor. 
Here are located a complete operating and delivery unit, two wards, private 
and semi-private rooms, general and isolation nurseries ; in addition, the 
typical work rooms. Surgery occupies the third floor ; an operating amphi- 
theater with seating capacity of approximately 200, a private operating room, 
anaesthetizing room, and the orthopedic department. Work rooms and a 
sterilizing room occupy the central section. Wards, semi-private rooms, and 
private rooms make up the remainder. The amphitheater of the third floor 
operating room occupies the central section of the fourth floor. Adjoining 
are laboratories of Pathology and Bacteriology, the mortuary and autopsy 
room, and classrooms of the School of Nursing. 

The combination of the osteopathic college with its two hospital units is 
organized to give the student the optimum clinical training. All departments 
of college teaching are correlated, with each clinical department extending 
throughout College, Hospital and Dispensary as one unit under the 
direction of a single head. 

CLINICAL FACILITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES 

The clinics of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy and the Osteo- 
pathic Hospital of Philadelphia have been distinctive in their extensive 
scope, stable organization and abundant patronage. Situated in a great 
medical metropolis, the osteopathic dispensary has of necessity competed 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 19 

with similar units of other institutions and has flourished under constantly 
increasing demands. 

A large number of demonstrators on daily service at both hospitals 
make possible intimate and personal contact with the individual students. 
In the out-patient dispensaries the vast amount of clinical material further 
insures contact with a wide range of varying grades of diseases. The clinical 
department prescribes systematic and coordinated instruction in all phases 
of osteopathic medicine. 

The schedules for third and fourth year classes are so arranged that the 
students are daily occupied in the practical work in the College clinics and 
in the wards and laboratories of the Hospitals. For a period of twelve 
weeks senior students serve as clinical clerks in the Hospital. Additional 
hospital teaching facilities are afforded by attendance of third and fourth 
year students in small groups at the Municipal Hospital of Philadelphia for 
bedside instruction in contagious diseases. An out-patient Maternity Clinic 
furnishes an abundance of subjects for prenatal and general obstetrical care 
in homes throughout that section of the city. 

HARVEY SCHOOL OF ANATOMY 

The Harvey School of Anatomy is a regularly chartered institution for 
the study of practical Anatomy, and is housed in the College building. A 
collection of special dissections, specimens and models is on display and 
arranged for study. The facilities afford excellent opportunities for detailed 
investigation of normal and abnormal structures. The dissecting room is 
equipped with tables and cabinets of special demonstration material. 

THE MUSEUM 

The Museum of the College contains specimens and models placed in 
mahogany, plate-glass, well-lighted cases occupying the entire north wing 
of the main auditorium. The collection includes both normal- and pathological 
specimens, serial sections, dissections and mounted preparations illustrating 
the major diseases. Among the most notable are the collection of bone 
specimens, human embryos, Spalthoholtz preparations, development of the 
cardio-vascular system in plaster, etc. 

The Anatomy Laboratory houses a museum of international repute, 
declared by visiting State Board inspectors one of the best in the world 
maintained by any school of the healing arts. 

O. J. SNYDER MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

The general Library of the College is quartered in the college building, 
adjacent to the auditorium. It contains several thousand volumes recom- 
mended by the various departments for collateral reading, including all the 
standard osteopathic textbooks and periodicals, current journals as they are 
circulated and bound volumes of the more important publications covering 



20 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

past years. Students have free access to the Library. Most of the books 
may be borrowed for a period of one week upon presentation of the library 
card issued to individuals by the Librarian. Working libraries are provided 
in laboratory, and in research and clinical departments. 

COURSE OF STUDY 

It is the aim of the college to prepare the student for the general practice 
of Osteopathy. The first two years of the four-year instruction program 
are concerned principally with the fundamentals : anatomy, histology, em- 
bryology, chemistry, pathology, physiology, and bacteriology. During the 
second year, work is begun in physical diagnosis, osteopathic medicine, and 
radiology, as a basis for the more advanced subjects of surgery, obstetrics, 
and the various divisions of general osteopathic practice which occupy most 
of the final term of the second year and all of the third year. The fourth 
year is essentially clinical with assignments in the general and special out- 
patient clinics, in the wards of the hospitals, and to special assignments 
involving "field trips" to other hospitals. 

Throughout the course the principles and practice of osteopathic 
manipulative technique are directed to their specific applications in each 
field. This teaching departmental work is coordinated with the basic sciences 
during the first year and progressively leads into the clinical phases of 
practical application as the training program progresses through the upper 
years. 

HOSPITAL INTERNSHIPS 

Each year selected members of the graduating class are recommended 
to the Board of Directors of the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia for 
appointment as interns to serve for one year from the following first of July. 
This selection is made primarily on the basis of scholarship and personality, 
as well as intellectual fitness. The Faculty of the Philadelphia College of 
Osteopathy also assists in securing positions as resident interns in other 
hospitals throughout the country. The demand for interns from the 
Philadelphia College far exceeds the supply. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 21 



Isotope Laboratory 

Located in the College and nearing completion is a laboratory designed 
and equipped for the use of artificial radioactive materials in the diagnosis 
and treatment of disease and also in the fields of research. 

The laboratory has been equipped through generous gifts from The 
Central Lions Club of Philadelphia and The North Philadelphia Lions Club, 
and Stephen Girard Lions Club. 

Modern work tables, a stainless steel sink and a stainless steel hood 
have been installed, while the survey meters, scalers and Geiger tubes avail- 
able are designed to meet the needs of those engaged in using radio-isotopes. 

Additional equipment includes standardized radium and neutron sources 
and other items essential to the operation of such a laboratory. 

A specially constructed safe has been obtained for the purpose of storing 
radioactive materials and generally the laboratory has been so constructed as 
to provide safety for the workers and convenient service to physician and 
patient. 



22 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

Requirements for Admission 

Applicants for admission to the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy for 
the regular osteopathic course candidates for the degree of Doctor of 
Osteopathy, must present satisfactory evidence of having successfully com- 
pleted a course of preliminary study equivalent to the following: 

(A) FOUR YEARS ACCREDITED HIGH SCHOOL COURSE OR ITS 
EQUIVALENT, AND IN ADDITION, 

(B) A MINIMUM OF TWO YEARS OF COLLEGIATE WORK IN 
AN APPROVED COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, OR ITS 
EQUIVALENT, WITH SPECIFIED COURSES IN CHEMISTRY, 
PHYSICS, BIOLOGY AND ENGLISH. 

The details of requirement (B) are as follows: 

1. 50% of the total number of credits required for the baccalaureate 
degree in Arts or Science at an approved college of liberal Arts and 
Sciences. 

2. Chemistry: Inorganic — Full college course of at least 8 hours. 

Organic — Minimum of 4 hours of which at least 2 should be 
laboratory work. 

3. Physics: Minimum of 8 hours of which at least 2 should be laboratory 

work. 

4. Biology : Minimum of 8 hours of which at least 4 should be laboratory 

work. (This requirement may be satisfied by a course of 8 
semester hours in either General Biology or Zoology, or by 
courses of 4 semester hours each in Zoology and Botany, but not 
by Botany alone.) 

5. English: Minimum of 6 hours in composition and literature. 

Students will not be admitted to the college with any deficiencies in these 
requirements. 

Prospective applicants continuing in pre-professional study for three 
or four years are advised not to take excessive work in the physical and 
biological sciences except that the work in Chemistry should include some 
instruction in qualitative and quantitative analysis and physical chemistry, 
if possible, and studies in organic chemistry may be extended. However, 
if you receive a "D" in a science course (such grade noticeably reflecting 
upon your general science average), it would be advisable to take additional 
work in that subject. 

The pre-osteopathic student is urged to take additional work in subjects 
of cultural rather than vocational emphasis, such as literature, philosophy, 
history, fine arts, modern languages, psychology, social sciences, written and 
spoken English. 

The various states have different standards of preliminary education. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 23 

FOR PURPOSES OF LICENSURE STUDENTS ARE CAUTIONED 
TO ACQUAINT THEMSELVES WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE 
LAWS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE STATES, GOVERNING PRE- 
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS. THIS 
SHOULD BE DONE BEFORE ENTERING UPON THE PROFES- 
SIONAL COURSE. IT IS TO BE EXPRESSLY UNDERSTOOD, 
HOWEVER, THAT ALL STUDENTS SEEKING ADMISSION, 
REGARDLESS OF THE VARIOUS STATE REQUIREMENTS, 
MUST SATISFY THE ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS OF THE 
PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY AS STATED 
ABOVE. 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION 

Applications for a given Academic year will be accepted only until 
February 1st preceding the September of desired entrance. THIS IS THE 
DEADLINE— EARLY APPLICATION IS ENCOURAGED. 

All inquiries regarding admissions should be addressed to the Registrar 
from whom application forms may be obtained. 

The application form properly executed and accompanied by (a) the 
application fee of $15.00, (b) a recent 2x3 photograph of the applicant, 
(c) a brief autobiographical sketch should be submitted to the Registrar. 
The fee is not refundable. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 

Every candidate for the degree of Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) must be 
at least twenty-one years of age, and be of good moral character. He must 
have fulfilled all the requirements for admission to this College. He must 
have satisfactorily passed all prescribed examinations, and be free from 
indebtedness to the College and Hospital and must have completed the 
program of study required for the degree. The candidate must attend 
in person the annual commencement at which the degree is conferred. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR PRACTICE 

All students, upon graduating, are required to take State Board licensing 
examinations in order to practice in the respective States for which they 
wish to qualify. Such examinations are given by either State Boards of 
Osteopathic Examiners or composite Medical and Osteopathic Boards of 
Examiners, as regulated by the various State laws. The passing of the 
Board examinations and the subsequent license given to those who attain 
a satisfactory standing, give the privilege of registering for practice in 
certain other States without further examination. Students and graduates 
of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy are admitted to the examinations 
of the National Board of Osteopathic Examiners. 



24 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

TUITION AND FEES 

The College has a single fee system, including tuition, laboratory fees, 
breakage fees, health service, etc. The basic fee does not include graduation 
fee nor certain items which are customarily the subject of student purchase, 
such as books and microscope, which remain the property of the student. 

The present annual tuition is $750, one half on the first of February in 
each academic year. The only exception to this schedule of payments is for 
the first year. Upon notification of acceptance by the Committee on Admis- 
sions, an advance payment of $50.00 is required to retain the applicant's 
position in the class for which he is accepted. This advance payment will be 
deducted from the tuition payment due on Registration day, but is not 
refundable in case of withdrawal. 

The fees to be paid by students are subject to change at any time in the 
discretion of the Board of Trustees. 

Fees are neither returnable or transferable. 

The student whose fees remain unpaid when due will be debarred from 
all classes until his obligations are adjusted. The student will be held 
accountable for all absences incurred through the operation of this rule. 
A fine of $5 will be added to all fees not paid in full 10 days after the 
specified time for payment. 

A fee of $5 is charged for each examination given out of course. 

Under no circumstances are any departures made from these announced 
regulations. Failure to meet these conditions will automatically debar the 
student from attendance to classes and other privileges of the College. 

If a student withdraws from College on account of illness or other 
physical disability within two months from the opening date of any semester, 
a pro rata return of the tuition fee may be authorized, provided the student 
files with the Dean a written notification of his withdrawal together with a 
physician's certificate. In no case will fees be refunded for dishonorable 
dismissal or withdrawal on account of poor scholarship. 

STUDENT COUNCIL FEES 

The Student Council is authorized to assess the students from time to 
time on a per capita basis to finance its operation. These fees do not come 
within the scope of Veterans Administration Regulations. The fee has been 
set by Student Council at $10. Each student upon registration must pay 
this fee to Student Council and separate checks must be drawn to the order 
of Student Council of Philadelphia College of Osteopathy and must not be 
drawn to the order of the College. 

MICROSCOPES 

All students entering the College are required to provide themselves 
with microscopes of standard type fitted with 10X oculars and 16 mm., 
4 mm., and oil immersion objectives. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 25 

Students are required to provide themselves with instruments, laboratory 
materials, textbooks as recommended by the heads of the various departments 
and instruments needed for the various diagnostic examinations of patients. 
Each second-year student is required to equip himself with a hemocytometer. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

The Auxiliary of the American Osteopathic Association awards five 
scholarships annually, each valued at $800.00. An applicant for a scholarship 
must have received a tentative acceptance by an osteopathic college and must 
apply for the scholarship by June 1st of the year of matriculation. 

Applications and inquiries for the scholarships should be addressed to the 
Director of the Office of Education of the American Osteopathic Association, 
212 East Ohio Street, Chicago 11, Illinois. 

STUDENT LOANS 

The Student Loan Fund of the American Osteopathic Association has 
been set up to make possible certain financial assistance to deserving Junior 
and Senior students. Applications and other explanatory materials may be 
obtained in the Registrar's office. 

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT 

The program of professional study demands the full energy and time 
of the student. The demands are much more rigid than those of the average 
pre-professional curriculum. 

For this reason, it is assumed that the student will not engage in any 
remunerative work while attending the College. 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

On March 31, 1951, the Board of Trustees voted the following health and 
accident insurance program which is provided without extra cost to under- 
graduate students of the College: 

1. Pre-admission physical examination including roentgen ray study 
of the chest. 

2. Annual physical examination while enrolled as a student, including 
roentgen ray study of the chest. 

3. Three clinic or bedside appointments by a Staff Osteopathic Physician 
for any one disability while a student in the College. 

4. Laboratory and special examinations when needed and approved by 
the Student Health Service. 

5. A Blue Cross membership providing hospitalization benefits under the 
terms of the Semi-Private-Plan-Subscription Agreement while enrolled 
as a student in the College. 



26 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

6. The privilege of subscribing for Blue Cross membership for dependents 
by paying the supplementary fee asked by the Blue Cross for such 
benefits. Payment to be made on a semi-annual basis. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

Student Council 

The welfare of the students in their relation to the College is in the 
hands of a Council consisting of representatives of the four classes in the 
College. The president of the organization is elected by the Student Council 
from the fourth-year class. Regular meetings are held throughout the year 
at which time appropriate topics are discussed. The Student Council expresses 
itself in matters affecting general student interests. 

Neurone Society 

The Neurone Society is a scientific and social organization of the student 
body of the College. It was organized February 24, 1902. The declared 
objectives of the Society are to encourage the development of osteopathic 
organization, to promote interest in scientific subjects, and to establish good 
fellowship among students. All students become members automatically at 
the time of registration. 

Other Societies 

There are organizations of students from the various states to which they 
plan to return for practice after graduation, constituting so-called "Junior 
societies." It is the aim of these societies to stimulate interest in the 
activities and problems of the respective State organizations and to encourage 
membership upon graduation. Other academic and social societies are the 
Neo-Honorary Society, the Newman Club, the Digon Society, the Obstetrical 
Society, the Neurological Society, the Bacteriological Society, the Urological 
Society, the Pediatrics Society. These organizations meet regularly to 
discuss diversified topics in their respective fields. A Junior Woman's 
Osteopathic Society has been formed. All women students are members 
of this Society. The wives of students have also been organized into a 
Student Wives' Association. 

Fraternities 

The following fraternities maintain chapters at the Philadelphia College 
of Osteopathy : Atlas, Iota Tau Sigma, Lambda Omicron Gamma, Phi 
Sigma Gamma. 

An interfraternity council, consisting of representatives from each 
fraternity and the Dean, supervises and directs the affairs of common 
interest to these organizations. An agreement on matters of rushing and 
pledging has been operative for a number of years. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 27 



Publications 



There are two publications of specific student interest on the campus. 
The Osteopathic Digest is a magazine published at intervals during the 
academic year for distribution among the students and Alumni. The Axone 
is the student newspaper which is sponsored by the Student Council and 
edited by members of the student body containing items of both campus and 
professional interest. 

Glee Club 

The College Glee Club is one of the most popular extra curriculum 
activities. This group is composed of both nurses and college students who 
under competent direction entertain at various College functions. 

AFFILIATED EDUCATIONAL. PROGRAMS 

Students studying toward the degree of Doctor of Osteopathy benefit 
from attendance in an institution which sponsors a variety of related 
programs. 

Graduate Division 

The Graduate Division was established in 1933 to provide graduate 
instruction for osteopathic physicians who are engaged in service. 

The primary purpose is to offer instruction on a short-term basis, or a 
part-time basis, to meet a variety of needs. Some graduate students are 
fulfilling requirements for certification in a specialty or for increased 
privileges of state license. Some are taking the courses as a review and to 
become familiar with recent advances in scientific knowledge and professional 
practice without further objective in mind. 

Interne and Residency Training 

Each year certain members of the graduating class are recommended 
for appointment as interns in the hospital. Selection is made on the basis 
of scholarship and the possession of those skills and personal qualities 
essential to high achievement in the profession. 

A residency training program is also provided for graduate physicians 
who wish to prepare for specialty practice and who wish to qualify for 
State licenses and for certification by the American Osteopathic Association. 

School of Nursing 

Since 1915 a School of Nursing has been maintained with a highly 
selected student body drawn from a wide geographical area. The School 
is accredited by the Pennsylvania State Board of Examiners for the 
Registration of Nurses. 



28 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

DEGREES 

Commencement, June 11, 1949 

DEGREES IN COURSE 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN OSTEOPATHY 

Harold E. Drssser, D.O. 

Tobias Shiu), D.O. 

DOCTOR OF OSTEOPATHY 

Adler, William V Brooklyn, N.Y. 

2 yrs., New York University 

Adlestein, Max Harrisburg, Pa. 

2 yrs., Lebanon Valley College 

Benedict, Helen E Lansdowne, Pa. 

B.S., Bucknell University 

Buff, Herbert Martin Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., Brooklyn College 

Borgman, George J Bellefontaine, Ohio 

3 yrs., University of Alabama 

Brodsky, Samuel Herman Wilmington, Del. 

A.B., University of Delaware 

Catanese, Joseph Philadelphia, Pa. 

5 yrs., University of Palermo, Sicily 

Connor, Janetta Valerie . Trenton, N.J. 

3 yrs., New York University 

Doe, Stanley Harrisburg, Pa. 

2 yrs., Bates College 

Ewing, Edward, III Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., University of Pennsylvania; y 2 yr., La Salle College; y 2 yr., 
Western Reserve University ; 1 yr., Boston University 

Feldman, Lester Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.A., Bucknell University 

Freilich, Theodore H Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 

Friedman, Robert Allentown, Pa. 

4 yrs., University of Washington, Seattle; V/z yrs., Temple University 

Gagliano, Anthony Charles Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.A., University of Toronto 

Giaimo, Anthony Joseph Norristown, Pa. 

B.S., Villanova College 



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Gillespie, William John, Jr Cynwyd, Pa. 

2 yrs., Ursinus College 

Goldberger. Irwin Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Villanova College 

Kane, Elliot Charles Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Temple University 

Katchinoff, Julius J Brooklyn, N.Y. 

B.S., Columbia University; y 2 yr., University of Alaska 

Kunkle, Joseph E Johnstown, Pa. 

B.S., State Teachers College, Slippery Rock, Pa. ; 2 l / 2 yrs., Univer- 
sity of Pittsburgh 

Maglieri, Robert Eugene Bronx, N.Y. 

3*/2 yrs., Fordham University 

McDonald, Chester Bernard, Jr Benton Harbor, Mich. 

2 yrs., Western Michigan College; 1^2 yrs., University of Detroit; 
Summer, Wayne University 

McNeal, William C .. ... . . . . Syracuse, N.Y. 

2 yrs., St. Lawrence University ; A.B., University of Alabama 

Miller, Henry Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., Villanova College 

Nonziato, Charles Gerald Trenton, N.J. 

B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 

Reiber, Dorothy A Butler, Pa. 

B.S., Grove City College 

Renzi, Caroline Mary Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.A., Rosemont College ; 4 mos., University of Pennsylvania 

Salerno, Dominic Joseph Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S.. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 

Shaw, Martha Jeane Norristown, Pa. 

B.A., Maryville College 

Sivitz, Dorothy Jean Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Temple University 

Smith, George Upper Darby. Pa. 

2 yrs., University of Pittsburgh 

Swiencki, Bernard S Glen Lyon, Pa. 

A.B., Susquehanna University 

Torello, John Antonio South Coatesville, Pa. 

2 yrs., Lincoln University ; 1 yr., University of Delaware 

Wallner, Leonard Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Temple University 

Zamot, Adeline Bennett Worcester, Mass. 

B.S., Misericordia College 

Zamot, Joseph J Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs.. University of Pennsylvania 

Zarowitz, Daniel Bronx, N.Y. 

3 yrs., Washington Square College ; 1 yr., Long Island University 



30 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

DEGREES 

COMMENCEMENT, JUNE 10, 1950 

HONORARY DEGREES 

DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERS 

Richard S. Cox 

Dean, Philadelphia Textile Institute 

DOCTOR OF LIBERAL LAWS 
Charles A. FurEy, D.O. 

DEGREES IN COURSE 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN OSTEOPATHY 

John Edward Leech, D.D. 

John J. McLaughlin, B.A., D.O. 

Morton Terry, B.A., D.O. 

DOCTOR OF OSTEOPATHY 

ADAMS, J. W Lewisburg. Pa. 

iy 2 yrs., Juniata College; B.S., Bucknell University 
ASNIS, THEODORE Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Temple University, College of Pharmacy 
BARR, ERVIN Philadelphia. Pa. 

B.A., Pennsylvania State College 
BOOKBINDER, MARVIN Burlington, N.J. 

B.A., University of Pennsylvania 
BRAMMICK, ZACHARY Philadelphia. Pa. 

2 yrs., La Salle College 
BREUNINGER, CHARLES F Lebanon. Pa. 

2 yrs., Temple University; y 2 yr., Rutgers University 
BRO WNSTEIN, STANLEY SOL Philadelphia. Pa. 

2 yrs., Temple University 

CANTER, MILTON Trenton, N.J. 

B.A., Franklin & Marshall College 
CHAIKIN, JOSEPH Camden, N.J. 

2 x / 2 yrs., Temple University 
CONNOR, JOSEPH PATRICK Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., La Salle College 

COOPER, ABRAHAM SAMUEL Philadelphia. Pa. 

B.S., Temple University, College of Pharmacy 
CRISCIONE, LOUIS R. Bronx. N.Y. 

3 yrs., Wagner College 



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CURRIE, WILLIAM SIDNEY Woodbridge, N.J. 

B.A., Georgetown University ; 1 yr., Rutgers University ; 1 yr., 
Seton Hall College 

Di PASQUA, JOSEPH H Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Temple University, College of Pharmacy 

DiPOMPO, LOUIS L Riley, Maine 

A.B., Colby College 

DOBRITT, WALTER PETER Hamtramck, Michigan 

B.S., Wayne University 

DONATI, O. JOHN Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Villanova College 

DUBIN, JOSEPH M Scranton, Pa. 

B.S., University of Scranton 

ELLIOTT, C. WAYNE Cortland, Ohio 

B.S., University of Minnesota 

FISHER, WILLIAM Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 

FLEISHER, PHILIP FRITZ Bronx, N.Y. 

\y 2 yrs., New York University, City College of New York; y 2 yr., 
University of North Dakota 

FLINT, RALPH W., JR Mt. Airy, Pa. 

B.S., University of Pennsylvania 

GLASSMAN, FRANKLIN HERMAN Snyder, N.Y. 

2 yrs., University of Buffalo 
GLUCKSON, LEONARD D Atlantic City, N.J. 

A.B., Cornell University 

GOODMAN, EMANUEL M New York, N.Y. 

B.A., New York University 

GREEN, ALFRED L Pawtucket, R.I. 

B.S., Rhode Island State College 

GREENBERG, ISADORE S Mountaindale, N.Y. 

B.S., Pennsylvania State College 
GREIF, LAWRENCE B Brooklyn, N.Y. 

B.S., Queens College 
HAWS, VIRGIL EDWARD Dayton, Ohio 

2 yrs., University of Dayton 
JOHLER, CHARLES W T M Carbondale, Pa. 

2 yrs., University of Pennsylvania ; y 2 yr., University of Scranton ; 
y 2 yr., Misericordia 

JOHNS, ROSWELL JAMES Honesdale, Pa. 

B.A., Susquehanna University 
JOHNSTON, JAMES A., Ill Lansdowne, Pa. 

3 yrs., Pennsylvania State College 

KAISER, ESTHER HELSEL Ambler, Pa. 

B.S., College of Chestnut Hill 
KAPLAN, SIDNEY Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science ; 1 yr., Lafayette 

College 
KIRSCHBAUM, MEYER Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Temple University, College of Pharmacy 



32 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

KLEVANSKY, RAYMOND Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 

KOHNHEIM, LOUIS AARON Detroit, Mich. 

B.S., Wayne University 

KORIN, BERNARD Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 
KUPTSOW, AARON Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., University of Pennsylvania 

LATKOVIC, NICHOLAS Gary, Ind. 

B.S., Western Kentucky Teachers College; 1 yr., Lebanon Valley 

College 
LENHART, ASTRID DELITZSCH Wilmington, Del. 

B.A., University of Delaware 
LIPSON, ALBERT S Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 
McCABE, DONALD LEE Ardmore, Pa. 

2^2 yrs., Ursinus College; x / 2 yr., Haverford College 
MARTZ, WILLIAM LEE Johnstown, Pa. 

1 yr., University of Pittsburgh; V/ 2 yrs., Muhlenberg College 
MAYER, RICHARD DAVID Media, Pa. 

2 yrs., University of Pennsylvania 

MAYER, ROBERT B Media, Pa. 

2 yrs., Temple University 

MOSES, CHARLES HENRY MANN, JR Narberth, Pa. 

3 yrs., Haverford College; i/^ yr., University of Pennsylvania 
MUSICK, WILLIAM J Bethlehem, Pa. 

B.S., Ursinus College 
MYERS, MARVIN M Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.A., University of Pennsylvania 
ORLOFF, HERBERT LEWIS New Haven, Conn. 

B.S., University of Connecticut 

PARKER, JAMES NORMAN, JR Yeadon, Pa. 

2 yrs., Ursinus College; \y 2 yrs., Franklin and Marshall College 

PERTSCHUK, LOUIS PHILIP New York, N.Y. 

A.B., New York University 

PURDY, RUTH E Killbuck, Ohio 

B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University; y 2 yr., Arizona State College 
RANDOLPH, STANTON F Highland Park, N.J. 

4 yrs., Rutgers University 

ROMM, HERMAN Philadelphia, Pa. 

3/4 yrs., Temple University 

ROSENTHAL, MARTIN HAROLD Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.A., Temple University 

ROTHMEYER, DAVID C Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Lebanon Valley College 

RUBIN, HERBERT MARTIN Long Island, N.Y. 

3 yrs., Queens College; Vi yr., City College of New York 
RUBINSTEIN, SAMUEL H Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., Temple University 

RZONCA, HENRY JOHN Elizabeth, N.J. 

B.S., Villanova College 



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SCHREIBER, MURRAY New York, N.Y. 

2 yrs., Franklin and Marshall College 

SEROTA, BENJAMIN Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.Sc., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science 

SIEGEL, DANIEL KARL New York, N.Y. 

3 yrs., New York University 

SIEGEL, JOSHUA Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Temple University ; 1 yr., New York University 

SIMON, SIDNEY New York, N.Y. 

3 yrs., New York University 

SOMERVILLE, WILLIAM A., JR New York, N.Y. 

A.B., Muhlenberg College ; 1 yr., Fordham University 
THALER, ABRAHAM Bayonne, N.J. 

B.S., College of City of New York; 2 yrs., Long Island University; 

\y 2 yrs., New York University 
WAKELING, ROBERT WILLARD Reading, Mass. 

A.B., Duke University 
WILSON, C. EUGENE Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.A., Colgate University 



34 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

DEGREES 

COMMENCEMENT, JUNE 16, 1951 

HONORARY DEGREES 

DOCTOR OF SCIENCE 
Frederic H. Barth 

DOCTOR OF OSTEOPATHIC SCIENCE 
C. Paul. Snyder, D.O. 

DEGREES IN COURSE 

DOCTOR OF OSTEOPATHY 

ABRAHAMSON, BERNARD Philadelphia, Pa. 

Drexel Institute; Temple University 
ALLEN, THOMAS T South Portland, Me. 

University of Maine 

ANGERT, IRVIN J . . . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 

University of Minnesota ; Temple University 
AXELROD, IRVIN J . . . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University ; Biarritz American University 

BERNHEISEL, JAMES LEE Harrisburg, Pa. 

Gettysburg College; Lebanon Valley College 

BOVE, VICTOR M Bethlehem, Pa. 

Rhode Island State College ; Moravian College 
BROWNDORF, MARVIN Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

CAIN, RICHARD FRANCIS Philadelphia, Pa. 

Michigan State College 

CARNEY, THOMAS FRANCIS Lawrence, Mass. 

A.B., Boston College; M.A., Boston University 

CLARK, DONALD E Newtown Square, Pa. 

University of Pennsylvania; Ursinus College; Haverford College 
COOK, L. KENNETH Harrisburg, Pa. 

Pennsylvania State College 
CORNBROOKS, CHARLES WILLIAM, JR. Washington, D.C. 

University of Virginia ; University of Richmond ; American 

University 
CRAMER, DAVID Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

D'ALONZO, H. ANTHONY .. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 
DUNN, WILLIAM J Rahway, N.J. 

Franklin & Marshall College; Roanoke College 
EASTON, THOMAS MELROY Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bethany College 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 35 

ELLIS, PAUL Brooklyn, N.Y. 

New York University 

ENGLANDER, ELLIOTT S Philadelphia, Pa. 

Monmouth Jr. College; Temple University 

ERVIN, RUSSELL JUDSON Lancaster, Pa. 

Franklin & Marshall College 

FELDMAN, ARTHUR LLOYD Allentown, Pa. 

Muhlenberg College 

FELDMAN, LEONARD LOUIS Philadelphia, Pa. 

University of Pennsylvania; St. Mary's University of Law 

FIDLER, JOHN AURENTZ Lebanon, Pa. 

Lebanon Valley College 

FINK, LEON IRWIN Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., New York University 

FLICKINGER, QUENTIN R Winchester, Va. 

College of William & Mary 

FRANK, JOHN HENRY York, Pa. 

York Junior College; B.S., Franklin & Marshall College 

GLASER, MELVIN M Brooklyn, N.Y. 

University of Pittsburgh ; A.B., Brooklyn College 

GREENETZ, HARRY RAYMOND Westmont, NJ. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania ; Eastern Kentucky State Teachers 
College 

GRONER, LLOYD JAY Allentown, Pa. 

B.S., Muhlenberg College 

GUERDAN, DONALD CARROLL Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., St. Peter's College 

HACKET, DAVID JAMES Allentown, Pa. 

Muhlenberg College 
HAYES, JOHN H Audubon, NJ. 

B.S., Wilkes College 
HENDERSON, ALBERT HUGHES Bridgeport, Conn. 

Bates College 
HONIG, ALBERT M Bayonne, NJ. 

A.B., Pennsylvania State College 
HUNT, ROBERT M Philadelphia. Pa. 

University of Pennsylvania ; University of North Carolina ; Moravian 

College 
KATZ, PHILIP Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 
KATZ, SIDNEY J Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pennsylvania State College 
KENNEY', RICHARD R., JR New Kensington, Pa. 

West Virginia Wesleyan 
KIMMELMAN, ABRAHAM S Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 
KIRSCHB AUM, LEONARD J New York, N.Y. 

New York University 
KIR:TON, THOMAS EDMUND New York, N.Y. 

B.S., Howard University 



36 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

KOENIGSBERG, ABRAHAM Jersey City, N. J. 

St. Peter's College 

LEE, BRENDAN JOSEPH Upper Darby, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

LESHNER, WILLIAM f Philadelphia, Pa. 

Muhlenberg College; Temple University 

LEVENSON, GEORGE Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 

LINKENHOKER, JACK PRESTON Springfield, Ohio 

Ohio State University; A.B., Wittenberg College 
LOVELACE, JOHN HAYWOOD, II New York, N.Y. 

University of Southern California; Los Angeles City College; 

Indiana University; Butler University 
MILLER, JAY R York, Pa. 

Elizabethtown College; Franklin & Marshall College 
MITNICK, MARVIN LOUIS Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bucknell University; Temple University 

MOUER, PHILIP LEE . Waynesboro, Pa. 

Catawba College 

MURRAY, ROBERT W Camden, N.J. 

B.S., Villanova College 

NATHANSON, BORIS New York, N.Y. 

B.S., College of the City of New York 
NORTON, JAMES LEROY Milwaukee, Wis. 

B.S., Michigan State College; University of Michigan; University 

of Puerto Rico 

OLIVER, JACK RUGG Johnstown, Pa. 

University of Pittsburgh 

PALMER, LAWSON F., JR Philadelphia, Pa. 

College of William & Mary 

PALTIN, SAMUEL J Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

PATENAUDE, EDWARD W Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

PICKOFF, HAROLD Brooklyn, N.Y. 

College of the City of New York 
POST, WILLIAM T Philadelphia, Pa. 

University of Pennsylvania ; La Salle College 
QUELER, NORMAN Bronx, N.Y.C., N.Y. 

A.B., New York University 
RABER, MARTIN JACOB Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Bob Jones College; St. John's College 
RICHMAN, SIDNEY Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 
REID, DONALD R West Medford, Mass. 

B.S:, Tufts College 
RIVIELLO, JAMES JOHN Camden, N.J. 

B.S., St. Joseph's College 
ROBIN, MURRAY Queens, N.Y. 

B.S., Queens College ; University of Pennsylvania 
ROSENBERG, HAROLD Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

B.A., Drake University 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 37 



ROTHMAN, IRWIN Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University ; V.M.D., University of Pennsylvania 
SCHWARTZ, FREDERICK JAY Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Syracuse University 

SCHWARTZ, WALTER W Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pennsylvania State College ; Temple University 

SLOBOTNICK, MANUEL H Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

SNOKE, JOHN WALTER Lemoyne, Pa. 

B.S., Franklin & Marshall College 

SOKOL, SYLVAN Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.Sc, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 
SPIRO, JAMES H Philadelphia, Pa. 

Drexel Institute ; Temple University 
STARER, LEONARD J Colwyn, Pa. 

Ursinus ; B.S., Villanova College 
STARK, ELI H Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Brooklyn College 
STEETLE, JOHN ROBERT Indiana, Pa. 

B.S., Indiana State Teachers College; A.B., University of Alabama 
STINGER, DAVID R Philadelphia, Pa. 

St. Joseph's College 
THOMSEN, FREDERICK H Queens, N.Y. 

Wayne College 

TROUM, ARTHUR LESTER Bayonne, N.J. 

A.B., New York University 
UNDERWOOD, WALTER B, JR Verona, NJ. 

Dartmouth College; B.S., Dickinson College 
WEISS, SIDNEY Camden, N.J. 

B.S., College of the City of New York 
WEITZEL, JOHN Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Washington Jefferson University; Duquesne University 
WELDON, ROBERT S Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

WESLEY, CARL J. ... .. Los Angeles, Calif. 

New York University; Columbia University 
YOUNG, ROBERT M Haddonfield, N.J. 

Ursinus College 
ZINNER, LAWRENCE H Perth Amboy, N.J. 

University of Chicago ; B.S., Rutgers University 
ZIPPERER, WILLIAM P Chicago, 111. 

B.S., University of Alabama 



38 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

CLASS OF 1952 

ABRAMS, STANLEY E Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., M.A., New York University 

AZELVANDRE, JOSEPH J Clarksburg, W.Va. 

1 yr., Xavier University; 1 yr., Grove City College; 1 yr., West 
Virginia Wesleyan 

BARRETT, JOHN H Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Ursinus College 

BAWDEN, HARRIS K., JR Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 1/4 yrs., Temple University 

BOHANNON, C. E Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery ; 2 yrs., La Salle 
College 

BRUCKNER, DONALD C Rochester, Pa. 

y 2 yr., University of Pittsburgh; 3 yrs., Geneva College 

BURNS, JOHN E. P Audubon, N.J. 

3 yrs., La Salle College 

CAPALBO, RALPH H Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

i/4 yr., Notre Dame; 3 yrs., Fordham University 
CARLIN, EDWIN S Upper Darby, Pa. 

3^4 yrs., Drexel Tech; x / 2 yr., University of Pennsylvania; 1 yr., 

Pennsylvania Area College Centers 
CASSETT, NORMAN Camden, NJ. 

A.B., Temple University 
CENTZ, PAUL N Berne, Ind. 

Y-z yr., Temple University; 3^ yrs., Park College; 1 yr., Defiance 

College 

CETIN, JOHN C Sharon, Pa. 

2 yrs., Westminster College 

CIRIACO. SAMUEL E Reading, Pa. 

B.S., Villanova College 

COSTELLO, JAMES J Utica, N.Y. 

B.S., Niagara University 
CRANE, NORMAN B. . .' Brooklyn, N.Y. 

2y 2 yrs., College of City of New York; \y 2 yrs., Oklahoma A. & M. 

College; B.S., Oklahoma A. & M. College 
DEMERY, LEROY W Kingstree, S.C. 

B.S., S. C. A. & M. College 
DILLMAN, LIONEL W Philadelphia, Pa. 

2^4 yrs., La Salle College 
DOTY, EDWIN F Hulmeville, Pa. 

B.S., University of Dubuque 
ELLIS, NORMAN R Camden, NJ. 

2 yrs., Rittenhouse College, P.A.C.C. 

ESLINGER, LLOYD E Allentown, Pa. 

3 yrs., Muhlenberg College 

FALBEY, FRANK B Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., La Salle College; 3 yrs., Villanova College 

FELDHEIM, HERBERT D Brooklyn, N.Y. 

2 yrs., Brooklyn College; A.B., New York University 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 39 

< 

FANTON, VINCENT Q Rochester, N.Y. 

A.B., University of Rochester 

FERGUSON, CHARLES LLOYD Washington, D.C. 

A.B., George Washington University 

FISCHER, ROBERT Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., Drexel Institute of Technology ; 2 l / 2 yrs., Villanova College 

FISHER, BERNARD ... Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., Temple University 

FLEITZ, JOHN J Gloucester, NJ. 

A.B., La Salle College 

FOX, DAVID Camden, NJ. 

B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 
FRITZ, ALBERT R., JR Ridgewood, NJ. 

A.B., Duke University 
FUREY, ROBERT J Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., Villanova College 

GALUTIA, PAUL R Hornell, N.Y. 

1 yr., Cornell University; 1 yr., Hobart College; \y 2 yrs., Alfred 
University 

GARTZMAN, N. HARRY Camden, N J. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 
GATTER, CHARLES W. R Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., La Salle College 

GRASSIN, FREDERICK A Sea Bright, N J. 

B.S., Ursinus College 
GREENBERG, RICHARD B Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., Villanova College 

GREENMAN, PHILIP E Buffalo, N.Y. 

2 yrs., University of Buffalo 
GROSSMAN, MISCHA F. Gloucester City, NJ. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 
HELLER, HOMER M Detroit, Mich. 

1 yr., University of Chicago ; B.S., 3 yrs., Michigan State College 
HERR, PAUL W Lancaster, Pa. 

l / 2 yr., Franklin and Marshall College; 1 yr., Eastern Mennonite 

College; A. A., 1 yr., Goshen College 
HOFFMAN, MARTIN J Johnstown, Pa. 

B.S., University of Pittsburgh 
HOOVER, HERBERT O Johnstown, Pa. 

B.S., University of Pittsburgh 
JUNIUS, WILLIAM E. Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Temple University 
KANOFF, HYMEN : Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 
KELLAM, ROBERT T Binghamton, N.Y. 

1 yr., Triple Cities College; A.B., Colgate University 

KOTSCH, CHARLES Egypt, Pa. 

B.S., College of William and Mary 
KOTSCH, GEORGE " Collingswood, N J. 

1 yr., University of Michigan; B.S., 3 yrs., Pennsylvania Military 

College 



40 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

KWOKA, NATALIE T. Z Camden, NJ. 

A.B., Temple University; 1 yr., Chestnut Hill College 
LLOYD, WILLIAM J Allentown, Pa. 

B.S., Lebanon Valley College 

LOEB, REUBEN .. Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania; 1 yr., Wayne University 

LOSER, MORGAN L Harrisburg, Pa. 

1 yr., Harrisburg Area College ; 1 yr., Franklin and Marshall College 

MALETSKY, SIDNEY Brooklyn, N.Y. 

1 yr., City College of New York; y 2 yr., Queens College; B.S., 

2 X A yrs., Oklahoma A. & M. 
MARINO, FRANK J Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., Brooklyn College 

McGOWAN, FRANK A Collingdale, Pa. 

1 yr., Pennsylvania State College; A.B., Zy 2 yrs., La Salle College 

McMENAMIN, JOSEPH D Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

MIGNONE, ROLAND J Newark, N.J. 

2 yrs., Seton Hall College ; B.A., 2 yrs., Newark College of Rutgers 
University 

MILLER, NEWTON F New York, N.Y. 

iy 2 yrs., University of Arkansas; 1 yr., Cornell University; B.S., 

W2 yrs., Franklin and Marshall College 
MINNITI, JOSEPH C Camden, N.J. 

2y 2 yrs., La Salle College 

MUNROE, ROBERT B Warren, R.I. 

B.S., Rhode Island State College 
PAGE, BILLY J Detroit, Mich. 

3 yrs., Albion College 

PARSONS, WALTER C, . JR Philadelphia, Pa. 

iy 2 yrs., St. Bonaventure College; B.S., Pennsylvania State College 
PFISTER, KURT W Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., New York University; 2 yrs., St. Joseph's College; y 2 yr., 
Temple University 

POOD, WILLIAM H Philadelphia, Pa. 

2y> yrs., Pennsylvania State College; 1 yr., Temple University 
PROCARIO, RUDOLPH F New York, N.Y. 

B.S., Manhattan College 
REALE, JOSEPH A Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., St. Joseph's College 

ROSE, DONALD E Uniontown, Pa. 

3 yrs., West Virginia Wesleyan College 
ROSENBERG, WILLARD W Atlantic City, N. J. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 
ROTHSTEIN, MORTON H North Bergen, N.J. 

A.B., University College (N.Y.U.) 
RUBENSTEIN, HARRY Buffalo, N.Y. 

2 yrs., Canisius College; 2 yrs., University of Buffalo 

RUDIN, NORMAN Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 
RUNDELL, ROBERT M Columbus, Ohio 

2 yrs., Ohio State University 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 41 

SANTANGELO, PETER N Brooklyn, N.Y. 

B.A., Brooklyn College; 1 yr., Columbia University; 1 yr., New 
School Social Research 

SELNICK, WILLIAM B Akron, Ohio 

2 yrs., University of Akron; B.S., 2 l / 2 yrs., Western Reserve 
University 

SNADER, ROBERT S Lancaster, Pa 

2 yrs., Northeast Missouri State Teachers 

SNYDER, SIDNEY Philadelphia, Pa 

y 2 yr., Temple University; A.A., 3 yrs., The George Washington 
University 

STEFFY, HARRY L Ephrata, Pa. 

y 2 yr., Muhlenberg; \y 2 yrs., Franklin and Marshall 

THALER, DAVID D Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., University College (N.Y.U.) 

TREPEL, MARTIN L Brooklyn, N.Y. 

B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
UNGER, LEO F Brooklyn, N.Y. 

y 2 yr., N. C. State College of A. and E. ; 2y 2 yrs., New York 

University 
VARRONEY, DANIEL J. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

B.S., Long Island University 

WAINER, DANIEL J. Long Island, N.Y. 

A.B., Syracuse University 
WALMER, HAROLD C Lebanon, Pa. 

y 2 yr., Lancaster Area College; y 2 yr., Temple University; 1 yr., 

Franklin and Marshall 
WARREN, ROBERT W., JR. W. Collingswood, NJ. 

University of Pennsylvania 
WEBER, MARTIN Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., The George Washington University 

WECHSLER, ARNOLD Long Island, N.Y. 

3 yrs., Newark Colleges of Rutgers University 
WHITE, GLENN D Philadelphia, Pa. 

y 2 yr., The Kings College ; 2 yrs., Gettysburg College 



42 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

CLASS OF 19 53 

ABESSINIO, DANIEL A Wilmington, Del. 

A.B., La Salle College 

ADLER, JEROME J. Bronx, N.Y. 

A.B., New York University 

AQUILA, MICHAEL R Philadelphia, Pa. 

2y 2 yrs., St. Joseph's College; B.S., Pennsylvania Military College 

AXELROD. ALFRED Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., Temple University 

BARNES, LELAND A. New York, N.Y. 

B.A., Syracuse University; 2 yrs., Harvard School of Theology; 
B.D., Drew Seminary Courses, Columbia University, College of City 
of New York, Brooklyn College, Fordham University 

BELZ, FRANCIS X Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., La Salle College 

BILLINGS, WILLIAM S Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College; y 2 yr., Northwest Missouri Teachers College 

BRICK, PHILIP A Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University; y 2 yr., Graduate School Temple University 

BRILL, JACK J Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Ursinus College 

BROOKS, JOHN E .Clarion, Pa. 

y 2 yr., Clarion State Teachers College; 2y 2 yrs., Kent State 
University 

BROWN, DONALD S., JR Belleville, N.J. 

2 yrs., Fairleigh Dickinson Junior College ; 2 yrs., Seton Hall College 
BRUMM, LYNN F Sharon, Pa. 

3 yrs., Grove City College 

BUDZYNSKI, STANLEY G Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 

CAMPISANO, PETER J Bronx, N.Y. 

\y 2 yrs., (Evening) City College of N. Y. ; B.S., St. John's College 
CHILDERS, LELAND E Olympia, Washington 

2 yrs., University of Minnesota; B.S., University of Washington 

CHRISTENSEN, NORMA JOYCE Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 

CONTI, GUSTAVE V St. Albans, N.Y. 

B.S., St. John's University 
COSTABILE, MICHAEL A Yonkers, N.Y. 

A.B., Muhlenberg College; 1 yr., Georgetown University 

CRISPELL, RUSSELL M Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

3 yrs., Franklin & Marshall College 

DANON, MILTON Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 J / 2 yrs., University of Pennsylvania 

DENLINGER, FRAIRMAN L Paradise, Pa. 

B.S., Franklin & Marshall College 

ERB, JACQUELINE Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University; 1 yr., University of Pennsylvania; y 2 yr., 
Chestnut Hill College 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 43 

FALCONE, JOHN G New Brunswick, NJ. 

B.S., Seton Hall College 
FISHBEIN, SIDNEY Philadelphia, Pa. 

2>]/ 2 yrs., Temple University 
FRESOLONE, JOSEPH PHILIP Newark, N.J. 

6 yrs., Seton Hall University; 2 yrs., Kirksville College of 

Osteopathy & Surgery 
GALLIHER, JAMES E Huntington, Indiana 

B.S., University of Nebraska 
GAUL, JOHN W Harrisburg, Pa. 

A.B., Lebanon Valley College 
GELLER, MURRAY Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 
GINSBURG, ABRAHAM Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 yrs., Pennsylvania Area College Centre; 1 yr., University of 

Pennsylvania 
GINSBURG, JOSEPH Clifton Heights, Pa. 

2 yrs., Rittenhouse Area College; 1 yr., La Salle College 
GOELLER, JACK E . . . . : Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., Temple University; 2 yrs., Purdue University 
GOLDBERGER, FREDERICK Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., Bloomfield College & Seminary; 2 yrs., Syracuse University 
GOULDING, JOHN GRAHAM Providence, Rhode Island 

1 yr., Trinity College ; B.S., Providence College 
GREENBERG, GORDON Trenton, N.J. 

A.B., Franklin & Marshall College 
GUYER, SEYMOUR Weissport, Pa. 

B.S., Muhlenberg College 
HADUCK, WALTER E. Detroit, Michigan 

2 yrs., Wayne University 

HAFER, ROBERT K Harrisburg. Pa. 

y 2 yr., University of Alaska; B.S., Dickinson College 
HIRSCHBERG, HERMAN G Brooklyn, N.Y. 

1 yr., New York University; A.B., Western Maryland University 
JACOBS, JOHN C Kent, Ohio 

3 yrs., Kent State University 

JOYE, JENNINGS B., JR Wilmington, North Carolina 

1 yr., Appalachian State Teachers College; 2y 2 yrs., Stetson 
University 

KEAGY, MARVIN M York, Pa. 

B.S.. Franklin & Marshall College 
KUEHLHORN, ROBERT E. . Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 

A.B., University of Wisconsin 
KURN, FREDERICK C Tarentum, Pa. 

Zy 2 yrs., Grove City College 
KWOKA, CHESTER S Camden, N J. 

B.S., Temple University; A.B., La Salle College; 1 yr., Graduate 

School, Duquesne University 

LERCH, GORDON L Baltimore, Md. 

B.S., University of Maryland 
LEZINSKI, JOHN Bayonne, X J. 

2 yrs., The Citadel ; B.S., Wagner College 



44 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

LITTLE, EARL M ;•••;•■ -Louisville, Kentucky 

y 2 yr., University of California; A.B., University of Louisville 

LONGACRE, JOHN C. Pottstown, Pa. 

A.B., Princeton University 

MARGULIES, SIDNEY Chester, Pa. 

B.S., Pennsylvania Military College 

MINNITI, ALEXANDER A Paulsboro, NJ. 

3 yrs., La Salle College 

MUGGLER, FRANK E Philadelphia, Pa. 

y 2 yr., Virginia Military Institute; 2y 2 yrs., Temple University; 
University of Pennsylvania 

NASSAU, PHILIP Philadelphia, Pa. 

2y 2 yrs., Temple University 

OYLE, IRVING Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., College City of New York 

PALAZZI, MICHAEL ANTHONY Netcong, N.J. 

2 yrs., University of Pennsylvania ; 2y 2 yrs., Seton Hall University ; 
1 yr., Fordham University Graduate School 

PAPEL, LEONARD SAMUEL Bronx, N.Y. 

B.S., Moravian College 4 yrs. 

PARSONS, GEORGE R Elkins Park, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College ; 1 year., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy 
& Science 

PAUL, SANFORD J. Elizabeth, N.J. 

A.B., Rutgers University 

PELLOSIE, JOHN C Paterson, N.J. 

y 2 yr., State Teachers College, Oshkosh, Wis. ; 1 yr., State Teachers 
College, Montclair, N.J. ; 1 yr., Rutgers University ; A.B., New 
York University 

PERLOFF, RUEBEN M Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 

PHELPS, ROBERT DOUGLAS Oneida, N.Y. 

\y> yrs., United States Merchant Marine Academy; A.B., Syracuse 
University 

POLCHLOPEK, VLADIMIR M Philadelphia, Pa. 

y 2 yr., Yale University; A.B., Temple University 

QUARLES, JAMES HAROLD Royal Oak, Michigan 

A.B., Wayne University 

ROMEO, JOSEPH M. Westmont, N.J. 

A.B., La Salle College 

ROSEN, ALVIN Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., Trinity College ; A.B., Temple University 
SABATO, JOSEPH A Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

SCHAFFER, MORTIMER Miami Beach, Florida 

1 yr., College of City of New York; y 2 yr., Alfred University; y 2 yr., 
Virginia Military Institute ; 1 yr., University of Maine ; A.B., The 
George Washington University; M.S., University of Miami 

SCHARF, BENJAMIN C Buffalo, N.Y. 

A.B., University of Buffalo 

SCHREIBMAN, WALTON M Ventnor, N.Y. 

B.S., Ursinus College 






PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 45 



SCHWARTZ, GERSON Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 

SCHWARTZ, THEODORE Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 yr., Rutgers University ; 1 yr., New York College of Forestry ; 

A.B., Syracuse University 
SHAPIRO, DANIEL M Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A. A., A.B., M.A., The George Washington University 

SIEKIERKA, ESTELLE Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Pennsylvania State College 

SILVER, MORTON Philadelphia, Pa. 

]/4 yr., Biarritz American University; A.B., Temple University 

SIMON, DAVID Brooklyn, N.Y. 

l / 2 yr., College of the City of New York; B.S., Brooklyn College 
STETTLER, WILLIAM C York, Pa. 

1 yr., York Junior College; B.S., Pennsylvania State College 

STOLL, SELMA Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., New York University 
SWEIGART, JACOB K., Ill Harrisburg, Pa. 

A.B., Pennsylvania State College 

TENENBAUM, IRVING Cape May, N.J. 

B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 
TEPPER. ALBERT Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science 
TERZIGNI, BERNARD J Bethlehem, Pa. 

B.S., Moravian College 
TRIDICO, WILLIAM J Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs., La Salle College 
WALLACH, MARVIN M Brooklyn, N.Y. 

1 yr., Cornell University; A.B., New York University 

WEINBERG, HYMAN W..... Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Summer Session, University of Illinois ; A.B., Brooklyn College 

WHEELER, FRANCIS S Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 yrs.. University of Pennsylvania 

WHITEHOUSE, ROBERT I Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

2y 2 yrs., University of Tennessee 
WHITENIGHT, JOHN WILLIAM Bloomsburg, Pa. 

A.B., Bucknell University 

ZWEIBEL, ROBERT J Rahway, N.J. 

B.S., Mount Saint Mary's College 



46 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

CLASS OF 1954 

Amalfitano, Louis Wilmington, Del. 

B.S., University of Maryland 
Attarian, Archie Philadelphia, Pa. 

Saint Francis College; New York University 
Bachrach, Richard M New York City, N.Y. 

B.S., University of Oklahoma 
Baumgaertel, Jr., Gottfried Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Albright College 

Bentz, Robert L Waynesburg, Pa. 

B.S., Waynesburg College; West Virginia University; University 

of Pittsburgh 
Berkowitz, Sidney Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

Braunlich, Donald E Stow, Ohio 

B.S., Kent State University 

Bryers, William C Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., St. Joseph's College 
Buck, Jr., George Johnstown, Pa. 

University of Pittsburgh ; Pennsylvania State College 
Caris, John Old Orchard Beach, Me. 

A.B., St. Anselm's College 
Chambers, Jr., Richard Reading, Pa. 

B.S., Albright College 
Colletta, Jordan Philadelphia, Pa. 

La Salle College 
Cook, Glenn E Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., University of Dayton 
Couch, Richard Troy, Pa. 

A.B., Harvard University 
Curreri, Giacoma West Collingswood, N.J. 

Muhlenberg College 
Damiani, John Rochester, N.Y. 

B.S., Ithaca College; New York University; University of Chat- 
tanooga 

Davies, Robert B Reading, Pa. 

Dickinson College; Albright College; U. S. Naval Medical School 
DePrisco, John Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Villanova College; Temple University 

Dickerson, William Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Providence College 

Edinger, Jr., Albert Los Angeles. Calif. 

B.S., George Pepperdine College 
Elvin, Harlan J Tamaqua, Pa. 

B.S., Dickinson College 

England, Katherine Oaklyn, N.J. 

A.B., Houghton College 

Evans, Philip K Philadelphia. Pa. 

A.B., Swarthmore College ; University of Pennsylvania 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 47 

Faldon, Karl Gloucester City, NJ. 

A.B., Anderson College 
Farley, Thomas Huntington, W. Va. 

B.S., Marshall College 

Fasnacht, Richard Cranford, NJ. 

Drew University ; Upsala College 
Felski, Emil Waynesburg, Pa. 

B.S., Waynesburg College; West Virginia University 
Flaherty, John Philadelphia, Pa. 

La Salle College 

Frazier, Jr., Robert Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Lincoln University 
Gabriel, Earl Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Muhlenberg College 
Gigourtakis, Nicholas New York, N.Y. 

A.B., Washington University 
Gilligan, John .' Havertown, Pa. 

A.B., Gettysburg College 
Giuliani, James Williamsport, Pa. 

B.S., University of Pittsburgh 
Glidden, Joseph Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., St. Joseph's College 
Goldenburg, Irving L Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Ursinus College 
Green, Robert A Longport, NJ. 

A.B., Drew University; University of Pennsylvania; Wake Forest 

College 
Greenholtz, Jerome S Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., Hobart College ' 
Greenspan, Jerome Collingswood, NJ. 

D.Sc, Temple University; Phila. College of Pharmacy & Science 
Grimaldi, Mario Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 
Hall, Terrence Williamsville, N.Y. 

B.S., Purdue University ; University of Rochester 
Hausher, Howard Clifton Heights, Pa. 

B.S., Ursinus College 
Henry, Owen New Berlinville, Pa. 

B.S., Albright College 

Herdeg, Brian Buffalo, N.Y. 

Paul Smith College ; Millard Fillmore College 
Huffnagle, Joseph Haddonfield, N J. 

A.B., La Salle College 

Johns, Raymond Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Franklin and Marshall College 

Kane, Robert Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Villanova College 

Kaplan, Robert Oaklyn, N J. 

A.B., Temple University 

Kellogg, Theodore M Southwick, Mass. 

A.B., American International College 



48 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 



Kraman, Harold I Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., New York University 

Kroll, George V. Bloomfield, NJ. 

A.B., Rutgers University 

Lebovitz, Philip H Forest Hills, N.Y. 

B.S., M.A., College of City of New York; Columbia University 

Lickfield, William M Merchantville, N. J. 

B.S., Muhlenberg College 

Liljestrand, Theodore A Caldwell, NJ. 

A.B., Upsala College 

Lindsay, Allan J Providence, R.I. 

A.B., Brown University 

McCool, Walter A Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B, La Salle College 

McDowell, William G Grove City, Pa. 

B.S., Grove City College 

Macleod, Robert F Roslindale, Mass. 

Boston University 

Marvil, Jr., George D Darby, Pa. 

Franklin and Marshall College 

Miller, III, Edgar S North Hills, Pa. 

B.S., University of Pennsylvania 

O'Keeffe, Patrick W Brooklyn, N.Y. 

B.S., St. John's University 

Phillips, Jr., Edward M Wilmington, Del. 

A.B., Lafayette College 

Price, Abraham L Camden, NJ. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 

Roberts, Clayton R Philadelphia, Pa. 

La Salle College 

Rothberg, Robert G Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

Rudolph, Norman Erie, Pa. 

B.S., Westminster College 

Russak, Sidney Paterson, N J. 

A.B., Rutgers University 

Santaspirt, Samuel Reading, Pa. 

B.S., Albright College 

Saponaro, William F Richboro, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

Scharf, Gerald Kenmore, N.Y. 

A.B., New York University 

Schartel, Jr., Albert Reading, Pa. 

B.S., Albright College 

Scott, Thomas C St. Albans, N.Y. 

A.B., Hofstra College 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 49 

Sheridan, Jr., Donald E Philadelphia, Pa. 

Niagara University ; Syracuse University 

Smith, John C Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

Smith, Lloyd G Detroit, Mich. 

Michigan State College 

Sonneborn, Meyer Wheeling, W.Va. 

B.S., M.A., Wofford College ; Bethany College 

Stark, Richard J Marietta, Pa. 

B.S., Elizabeth town College 

Steelman, Joseph E Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

Stein, Leo Cranston, R.I. 

A.B., Brown University 

Steingard, Paul M Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Pennsylvania State College ; Temple University 

Steinsnyder, Wynne A Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 

Strausbaugh, Curtis B York, Pa. 

A.B., Gettysburg College ; York Junior College 

Szymanski, Anthony Detroit, Mich. 

A.B., Wayne University 

Teplitz, Harold Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., New York University 

Tucker, Duane H Kenmore, N.Y. 

Paul Smith College ; St. Lawrence University 

Visconti, William A., Jr Hoboken, N.J. 

B.S., St. Peter's College; Seton Hall College 

Weaver, Gerald L Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Elizabethtown College 

Weaver, Richman G Absecon, N.J. 

A.B., University of Vermont 

Weinstock, Stanley Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 

W T hyte, John A Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

Woodward, Thomas P Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., George Washington University ; University of Pennsylvania 

Zimmerman, Edward Philadelphia, Pa. 

University of Pennsylvania ; Temple University 



50 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 



CLASS OF 1955 

ACHENBACH, LLOYD T., JR Lebanon, Pa. 

B.S., Lebanon Valley College 
BARNARD, JOHN W Woodside, Del. 

A.B., Lycoming College 
BARNETT, THOMAS Brooklyn, N.Y. 

B.S., Albright College 
BASKIN, FRANK P Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Ursinus College 
BASS, ROBERT Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 
BERNHARDT, PAUL L Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 
BLUMBERG, HARRIS Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pennsylvania State College 
BOWDEN, LEE J Merchantville, N. J. 

A.B., La Salle College 
BRADFORD, JOHN C, JR Wilmington, Del. 

A.B., University of Delaware 
BRUNO, ANTHONY M Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., St. Joseph's College 

CARR, CHARLES L Malvern, Pa. 

A.B., University of Delaware 

CHARNOV, ARTHUR R Brooklyn, N.Y. 

A.B., Brooklyn College 

COHEN, JAY M. .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Vanderbilt University; La Salle College; Temple University 

COLETTA, VINCENT L Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Villanova College 

CORCORAN, ANDREW P „ River Edge, N.J. 

B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College 

D'ALESSANDRO, LOUIS J Newark, N.J. 

B.S., Seton Hall University 

DOUCE, WILLIAM F Cardington, Ohio 

A.B., Asbury College 

DUNCOMBE, DAVID S Rensselaer, N.Y. 

A.B., Albany State Teachers College 

FERRIS, DONALD Bronx, N.Y. 

Purdue University 

FISCHER, CARL, JR Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ursinus College; Rittenhouse College; Temple University; Drexel 
Institute of Technology 

FLIEGELMAN, DAVID H Camden, N.J. 

B.S., Villanova College 

FOGEL, SIDNEY A .. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

FORTUNA, PAUL T Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 
FOX, CHARLES W Norristown, Pa. 

B.S., Ursinus College 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 51 

FOX, WALTER A Reading, Pa. 

B.S., Albright College 

FRIEDMAN, HOWARD S Trenton, N.J. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 

FRISON, GEORGE W .DeLand, Fla. 

Catholic University of America ; John B. Stetson University 

GARFINKEL, MARTIN Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Pennsylvania State College 
GLOVER, ROBERT H Bronx, N.Y. 

A.B., University of Mississippi 
GRASKI, ALOYSIUS Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 
HALLINGER, ROBERT E Titusville, NJ. 

B.S., Ursinus College 
HARMAN, DONALD J. Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 
HARTZ, G. RICHARD Lebanon, Pa. 

Lebanon Valley College 
HEMPSEY, JOSEPH A Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 
HENDRICKS, GEORGE W., JR Allentown, Pa. 

B.S., Muhlenberg College 
HENKEL, GEORGE E., JR Leonia, N.J. 

B.S., Wagner College 
HILLEGAS, GORDAN L Lancaster, Pa. 

B.S., Franklin & Marshall College 
ILOWITE, NORMAN H. Corona, L.I., N.Y. 

B.S., Columbia University 
INTEGLIA, ANTHONY J. Newport, R.I. 

B.S., Seton Hall University 
JOHNSON, DONALD N Pleasantville, N.J. 

B.S., Juniata College 
KAPLAN, MARVIN A. Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., Temple University 
KERNIS, DAVID Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manhattan College; Rutgers University; Temple University 
KLEIN, DONALD . . . ; Detroit, Mich. 

B.S., Wayne University 
KLINE, JOHN A Lancaster, Pa. 

B.S., Franklin & Marshall College 
KOPRINCE, ROBERT Highland Park, Mich. 

B.S., Wayne University 
KOVACS, STEPHEN J., JR Yardville, NJ. 

B.S., Bucknell University 
LATTA, RICHARD S Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania 
LAZAROU, LOUIS M. .... Bronx, N.Y. 

A.B., New York University 
LENOX, RICHARD E Washington Boro, Pa. 

Franklin & Marshall College ; University of Rochester ; Lebanon 

Valley College 



52 ANNOUNCEMENT 1952'1953 

UGHT, ELIAS M Trenton, NJ. 

A.Sc, Hannibal LaGrange; Northeast Missouri State Teachers 
College 

LUBIN, HOWARD S Newark, NJ. 

A.B., M.A., New York University 

LUCIE, JAMES R Havertown, Pa. 

A.B., University of Buffalo 

MALTA, JOHN S Asbury Park, NJ. 

B.S., Tulane University 

MANDEL, BERTHOLD New York City, N.Y. 

B.S., Long Island University 
MANN, JOHN I Finksburg, Md. 

A.B., Western Maryland College; M.A., New York University 
MAXIAN, JOSEPH A Binghamton, N.Y. 

B.S., St. Bonaventure University 
McCLAIN, DAVID B Youngstown, O. 

Wheaton College; Wooster College; Youngstown College 
MITCHELL, WILLIAM D Conshohocken, Pa. 

B.S., Ursinus College; Muhlenberg College 
MOLL, DAVID M Red Bank, NJ. 

A.B., Lehigh University 

MUSCARELLA, JOSEPH L .' Falconer N Y 

A.B., University of Buffalo 

NEWKAM, CHARLES R .Harrisburg Pa 

B.S., Franklin & Marshall College 
NOVITCH, EDWARD H Hoboken, NJ. 

B.S., Davis & Elkins College 
OSDER, ROBERT Brooklyn, NJ. 

A.B., Bowling Green State University 

PAT A T ON ROBERT W , Lansdowne, Pa. 

A.B., Pennsylvania State College 

PEP A P ?V°^ N h n,i Glenolden, Pa. 

A.B., Houghton College 

PETTINELLI FRANK P Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

PIERC t?' ^°^ S W Dover-Foxcroft, Maine 

A.B., Colby College 

POWELL, JAMES Tavlor Pa 

B.S., University of Scranton 

R ^ N A T E, SIDNEY R Williamsville, N.Y. 

A.B., Albion College 

SCHILLER, HERBERT M Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.b., Ursmus College; M.A., Temple University 

SCH *% LL M R M Y ^° N ? ,? ' Allentown, Pa. 

B.S., Muhlenberg College 

SC0 . T T. EDMUND S St. Albans, N.Y. 

A.B., Hofstra College 

SILPE, NORBERT L Bradford Pa 

A.B., Temple University 

SMI A T f ; VSSSJciOii Worcester, Mass. 






PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 53 



SOULGES, JAMES P Reiffton, Reading, Pa. 

B.S., Albright College 

SPEAR, JOSEPH E Oneonta, N.Y. 

Denver University, Hartwick College 

STYLE, JAY A. Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Pennsylvania State College 

SULLIV AN, CORNELIUS F Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

THOMAS, PAUL H Philadelphia, Pa. 

University of Pennsylvania 
TIERNO. LEONARD J Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College 
TIPTON. MARY E Altoona, Pa. 

B.S., Juniata College 

TRAMUTOLO, MICHAEL E Norristown, Pa. 

B.S., Villanova College 

TYLER, JAMES R Jamestown, N.Y. 

A.B., University of Buffalo 

WAGNER. EARLE N Cheltenham, Pa. 

A.B.. Franklin & Marshall College 

WALLINGTON, FRANK A Moundsville, W.Va. 

A.B.. West Virginia University 

WILKINS, FREDERICK M Collingswood, N.J. 

B.S.. Elizabethtown College 

YOST. EMERICK Allentown, Pa. 

A.B.. Muhlenberg College 

YOUNGMAN, T. FRENCH Harvey Cedars, NJ. 

Ursinus College 

ZAPP. EDMUND L., JR Upper Montclair. N.T. 

B.S., Upsala College 

ZAPPITELLL MICHAEL J Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., La Salle College 

ZIGERM AN, HERBERT L Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B.. Temple University 

ZOHOURY, BADI Teheran, Iran 

Teheran University; B.S., Long Island University 



54 ANNOUNCEMENT 19524953 

School of Nursing 

Mildred Brainerd Newton, R.N. 
Director, School of Nursing and Nursing Service 
Hartford Hospital School of Nursing, Hartford, Conn. 
Diploma, University of Pennsylvania, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. 

Irma Jeannette Reese, R.N. 

Assistant Director, School of Nursing and Nursing Service 

Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia School of Nursing 

Diploma, University of Pennsylvania, B.S. in Ed. 

Mrs. Beatrice KistlEr Kish, R.N. 

Science Instructor 

Petersburg Hospital School of Nursing 

Diploma, University of Pennsylvania, B.S. in Ed. 

Martha G. Young, R.N. 

Nursing Arts Instructor 

Osteopathic Hospital School of Nursing 

Diploma, Elizabethtown College, B.S. 

Evelyn A. Eby, R.N. 

Clinical Instructor 

University of Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing 

Diploma, University of Pennsylvania, B.S. 



The School of Nursing of the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia 
has been accredited by the Pennsylvania State Board of Examiners for 
Registration of Nurses since April 1931. 

The Director of Nursing Education and Service and her Staff are 
registered in the State of Pennsylvania. The student nurses throughout their 
course receive instruction from members of the Faculty of the Philadelphia 
College of Osteopathy who are also members of the Osteopathic Hospital 
Staff. 

Facilities 

In May, 1951, the Osteopathic Hospital bed capacity was more than 
doubled by the acquisition of the buildings and equipment of the long- 
established Women's Homeopathic Hospital in North Philadelphia. Situated 
across town from the parent hospital in West Philadelphia, the North Center 
operates in all its functions under the same general management. With a 
bed capacity of more than 400, the clinical teaching facilities available to the 
School of Nursing have thus been greatly expanded in the past few months. 

In each hospital unit there are medical and surgical wards for both 
adults and children, with gynecological, obstetrical, urological, orthopedic, 
ophthalmologic, otolaryngologic, and other specific services, such as out- 
patient clinics, X-ray, and operating rooms. 



PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY 55 

In each of the two Hospital units there are private and semi-private 
accommodations for patients in addition to the wards. 

At the North Center the facilities available for the instruction of the 
first year pre-clinical students include a modern well equipped Nursing Arts 
Laboratory, with adjoining dressing room, a nutrition laboratory, lecture 
room and library. Microbiology and chemistry are taught in the college 
laboratories. The Intermediate and Senior year programs are scheduled 
at the West Center, where the college classrooms, the library and Museum 
of Anatomy are used by the student nurses. 

In addition to service in the Osteopathic Hospitals, the student nurse 
spends a period of six months in the Philadelphia General Hospital, where 
she receives the required instruction and experience in pediatrics and in 
psychiatric and neurological nursing. 



Living Quarters 

At the parent hospital in West Philadelphia, the Nurses' Home consists 
of three adjoining residential buildings, located about two blocks from the 
hospital. At the North Center, the Nurses' Home, one of the five buildings 
on the hospital grounds, is a three-story structure containing the educational 
unit as well as living quarters. A living room for the entertainment of 
friends is provided in each of the nurses' residence buildings, also kitchens 
and laundry. A house mother is in attendance at all times. 



Admission 

Students are admitted to classes in September of each year. Candidates 
must fill in application forms in their own handwriting and submit a transcript 
of their high school records. 

A four-year academic high school course or its educational equivalent 
is essential. The applicant's credits must be evaluated as 16 units by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Public Instruction. Pre-entrance psychometric 
tests and a physical examination are required before the Director decides 
as to her acceptability. 

Applicants must be at least 17 years old and not over 30. Since only 
citizens are eligible to take State Board examinations in Pennsylvania, U. S. 
citizenship is required. 



Expenses 

Student nurses receive board, room and laundry of uniforms. The 
approximate total expense for the three-year course, including tuition, books, 
uniforms, etc., is $300. 



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Vacation and Absence 



Four weeks' vacation is given each year. Leaves of absence for causes 
other than illness or convalescence are granted in urgent cases. 

Health Program 

The health program, supervised by members of the medical and nursing 
staffs, includes daily health clinics, annual physical examinations, semi-annual 
chest X-rays, and consultation with specialists as necessary. Hospitalization 
is provided for all ill students. 

Time lost through illness is made up only when it exceeds 14 days. 

Graduation 

A course of three years' study and experience, including the pre-clinical 
period of six months and six months' affiliation with the Philadelphia General 
Hospital, is required for graduation. After graduation, nurses are eligible 
for State Board examinations ; those who pass successfully become Registered 
Nurses (R.N.). 

Graduates are eligible for reciprocity with other States and for member- 
ship in the Red Cross Nursing Service. Many of our nurses have been 
commissioned by the Army and Navy. 

Well prepared nurses have unlimited opportunities in the various fields 
of nursing — private duty, institutional, public health, educational, govern- 
mental, etc. 

The demand for Osteopathic nurses at present is far ahead of the supply 

and is increasing everv vear. 



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