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19^2 dentos 

CO-EDITORS 

Andrew W. Sauer 
Donald A. Anderson 



CO-BUSINESS MANAGERS 
Raymond A. Bartz 
Charles E. Hopkins 





Published by the Senior Class of Chica( 



DEDICATION 




dt, Paul W. Dawson 



For his years of devotion to Dentistry, excellence as an 
operator, high standard of ethics, valued guidance and 
friendship, we respectfully dedicate the 1942 Dentos. 



faculty 



Informed and inspired by a most capable faculty, the 
members of the Class of 1942 go forth into their chosen 
profession with confidence and courage. With the 
deepest gratitude they extend their appreciation to all 
those men who have contributed towards their education. 



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Administratiofi 




SAMUEL KNOX WILSON, S.J. 
President 



Like a navigator who has piloted a ship across the 
pathless ocean to its home port, our administrators 
hove efficiently and successfully guided the Class 
of 42 through the sea of dental education to the 
coveted degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. 




DR. W. H. G. LOGAN 
Dean of the Faculty 




DR. ROBERT W McNULTY 
Assistant Dean 




DR. PLINY G. PUTERBAUGH 
Secretory of the Faculty 







ROBERT E. MacBOYLE 

Professor of Crown and Bridge 
Work; D. D. S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery. 



AUGUSTUS H. MUELLER 
Assistant Professor of Operative 
Dentistry; D.D.S. Chicago College 
of Dental Surgery; M.S. Loyola 
University; Delta Sigma Delta. 



WILLIAM I. McNEIL 
Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry; 
D.D.S. Chicago College of Dental 
Surgery; Delta Sigma Delta. 



JOHN L. KENDALL 

Professor of Chemistry and Metal- 
lurgy; B.S. Valparaiso University; 
Ph.G. Valparaiso University; M.D. 
University of Kentucky; Psi Omega. 



WILLIAM D. ZOETHOUT 

Professor of Physiology and 
Pharmacology; A.B., Hope Col- 
lege; Ph.D., University of Chi- 
cago; Sigma Xi. 







GEORGE C. PIKE 

Assistant Professor of Exo- 
dontlo; D.D.S., Cfiicago College 
of Dental Surgery,- Delta Sigma 
Delta. 



RALPH H. FOUSER 

Professor of Anatomy and Bac- 
teriology; F.A.C.S.; D.D.S. Nortfi- 
western University; B.S. Lewis 
M.D. Rush Medical College of 
the University of Chicago; B.S.M. 
Loyola University; Phi Beta Pi; 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Xi Psi 
Phi. 

KARL A. MEYER 

Associate Professor of Surgery 
M.D., Illinois College of Med- 
icine, Psi Omega. 





HAROLD W. OPPICE 

Assistant Professor of Crov\/n 
and Bridge Work; D.D.S. Chi- 
cago College of Dental Surgery 
Xi Psi Phi. 

GEORGE D. WESSINGER 
Associate Professor of Chem- 
istry and Physiology; B.S. Florida 
Southern College; M.S. North- 
western University; Ph.D. North- 
western University; Phi Lambda 
Upsilon; Sigma Xi. 





EARL P. BOULGER 

Assistant Professor of Radiology 
and Operative Dentistry; D.D.S 
Cfiicago College of Dental Sur 
gery; L.D.S.; B.A.; Delta Sigma 
Delta. 



WALTER A. WYKHIUS 

Instructor in Prosthetic Den- 
tistry,- D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery,- A.B. Calvin Col- 
lege; Delta Sigma Delta. 








FRANK P. LINDNER 

Assistant Professor of Crown 
and Bridge Work; D.D.S., Chi- 
cago College of Dental Surgery; 
Delta Sigma Delta. 



HOWARD MICHENER 

Assistant Professor of Ortho- 
dontic; D.D.S. Chicago College 
of Dental Surgery; Delta Sigma 
Delta. 



R. HAROLD JOHNSON 

Assistant Professor of Crown 
and Bridge Work; D.D.S. Chi- 
cago College of Dental Surgery. 



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But I did grind the collars. 



Mmm Hmm! Now go a little deeper — 






ELBERT C. PENDELTON 

Professor of Diagnosis and 
Research in Full Denture Pros- 
thesis; D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery; M.D.S. Loyola 
University; Xi Psi Phi. 



HENRY GLUPKER 

Professor of Prosthetic Den- 
tistry; D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery; B.S. Loyola Uni- 
versity; Delta Sigma Delta. 



WARREN WILLMAN 

Professor of Operative Den- 
tistry; D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery; M.S. Loyola Uni- 
versity; Delta Sigma Delta. 






Very fine root fill. 



BALINT ORBAN 

Professor of Dental Pathology and Research in 
Histopathology,- M.D. Vienna and Budapest; D.D.S. 
Northwestern University,- Delta Sigma Delta, Sigma 
Xi; Omicron Kappa Upsilon. 

JOSEPH P. WEINMANN 

Assistant Professor of Dental Pathology and Re- 
search in Histopathology; M.D. Vienna; Sigma Xi. 



EDGAR D. COOLIDGE 

Professor of Therapeutics, Preventive Dentistry 
and Oral Hygiene; D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery; M.S. Northv^^estern University; Xi 
Psi Phi. 

JOSEPH KOSTRUBALA 

Assistant Professor of Plastic and Oral Surgery 
and Physical Diagnosis; B.S. Lewis Institute; M.D. 
Northwestern University; D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery. 



BERNARD SARNAT 

Instructor in Histology and Pathology; B.S. Uni- 
versity of Chicago; M.D. University of Chicago; 
D.D.S. and M.D.S. University of Illinois; Alpha 
Omega; Sigma Xi. 

__"_ HAROLD HILLENBRAND 

Instructor in Economics; B.S.D. Loyola University; 
D.D.S. Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Delta 
Sigma Delta. 




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Let's do it over, shall we'^ 






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JOHN F. SVOBODA 

Assistant Professor of Exodon- 
tio; D.D.S. Cfiicago College of 
Dental Surgery,- B.S. Loyola Uni- 
versity; Delta Sigma Delta. 



WILLIAM N. HOLMES 

Instructor in Prostfietic Den- 
tistry; D.D.S. Chicago College o 
Dental Surgery; B.S. Loyola Uni- 
versity; Delta Sigma Delta. 



THOMAS L. GRISAMORE 

Assistant Professor of Histology 
and Patfiology; B. A. Colgate 
University; M.D. Rusfi Medical 
College of tfie University of Chi- 
cago; D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery; Phi Kappa Tou, 
Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Sigma Delta. 



JEROME J. VLK 

Associate Professor of Ortho- 
dontia; D.D.S. Chicago College 
of Dental Surgery; M.D.S. Loyola 
University; Xi Psi Phi. 






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Let's take a new wax pattern! 



What ore you doing tonight? 



Harry': 



PAUL DAWSON 
Assistant Professor of Opera- 
tive Dentistry; D.D.L., Cfiicogo 
College of Dental Surgery, Delta 
Sigma Delta. 





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WILLIAM P. SCHOEN 

Instructor in Dental Materials, 
B.S. Loyola University; D.D.S. 
Chicago College of Dental 
Surgery; Delta Sigma Delta. 



TRUMAN G. DeWITT 

Instructor in the Department of 
Dentistry for Children, D.D.S. 
Chicago College of Dental Sur- 
gery; Delta Sigma Delta. 







PHILIP S. FAILLO 

Instructor in Physiology, Phar- 
macology, Metallurgy and Ma- 
teria Medico; D.D.S. and M.D.S 
Chicago College of Dental Sur- 
gery; Delta Sigma Delta. 



FRED J. SALISBURY 

Instructor in Prosthetic Den- 
tistry; A.B. University of Illinois; 
D.D.S. Chicago College of Dental 
Surgery; Delta Sigma Delta. 





What's the verdict'' 



That reminds me of a story . 



FO. 




WALLACE N. KIRBY 

Instructor in Technical Com- 
position; B. A. University of Illinois; 
D.D.S. Chicago College of Dental 
Surgery; Delta Sigma Delta. 



DWIGHT C. ATKINSON 

Instructor in Radiology; D.D.S. 
Marquette University School of 
Dentistry; Delta Sigma Delta. 





ARNO LESHIN 

Instructor in Anatomy; M.D., 
University of Wisconsin; B.A. 
University of Wisconsin; Alpha 
Omega. 








RALPH G. LARSEN 

Instructor in Crown and Bridge 
Work; D.D.S. Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery,- M.D.S. Loyola 
University; Delta Sigma Delta. 




CEDRIC K. DITTMER 

Instructor in exodontio; D.D.S. 
Chicago College of Dental Sur- 
gery; M.D.S. Loyola University; 
Psi Omega. 



ANTHONY F. ROUCEK 

Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry; 
D.D.S. Chicago College of Dental 
Surgery; Delta Sigma Delta. 




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THELMA CLINE 

Department of Therapeutics; R.N. 




CAROLYN HAMMOND 

Research Technician; M.A. 




FLORENCE MacDONALD 

Cashier 





RUTH WALSH MARGARET KNIGHT 

Librarian Clerk of Infirmary 

ALICE ANDERSON MABEL FISHER JEAN BROWN JOAN LAUNSPACH 

Department of Exodontio; R.N. Information Clerk Administrative Offices Research Technician 




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In 
Appreciation 



Dr, Kendall, we the Class of '42 
are sincerely grateful for all you 
have taught us. Our school days 
were made pleasant by your 
friendliness and understanding of 
each of us. Your bits of humor 
brightened many dull days. We 
regret that future classes at C.C. 
D.S. will miss those splendid hours 
we spent at your lectures. We 
hope that the Lord has willed 
you many years of joy and con- 
tentment in return for your many 
years of faithful teaching. 




dr, John L Kendall 




The Years Activities 



On the fairways, the hardwood, the dance floor and in the meeting 
rooms, the students enjoyed a banner year. It is hoped that the follow- 
ing v/ords and pictures will in the years to come, recall some of the good 
times and important events of a very successful year of activities. 



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opening Exercises 



Tuesday evening September 30, 1941 the 59th 
year of dental education began at the Chicago 
College of Dental Surgery. Fathers, mothers, 
wives, and sweethearts escorted their proud 
dental neophytes to this night of opening exer- 
cises. The freshmen could be easily detected by 
their fearful loots and alternatingly pale, then 
blushing cheeks. The sophomores were rejoic- 
ing over meeting their classmates after a four 
months vacation. The juniors seemed to be trying 
to make a good impression and v^ere unusually 
subdued. The seniors were serious and worried 
over the selective service and were anxious to 
hear what information the dean might have on 
the latest plan for dental students. 

At 8:15 P.M. the faculty entered and silence 
prevailed. Dean Logan presided in his usual 
impressive manner and answered the questions 
that \Nere foremost in our minds by telling us 
that in all probability the students would be 
allowed to finish their schooling before entering 
the service. 

With minds relaxed and worries seemingly over, 
everyone sot contentedly listening to Dr. P. G. 
Puterbaugh's excellent words of advice. hHe 
warned new men about what was before them 
and advised them of the pitfalls which they might 
encounter. 

Schedules were passed out to the students and 
the year of 1941-42 was under way. 





Welcome George! 



Neophytes Arriving for Opening Exercises. 



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Andrew Sauer Donald A. Anderson Raymond Bartz 



Charles Hopkins 




Smejkal MotouseU Shor Bennett Neglia George Shaheen Black 



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Dentos 



DENTOS STAFF 



Co-Editors . . Andrew Sauer, Donald A. Anderson 

Co-Business Managers . Raymond Bortz, Charles Hopkins 

John Smejkal, Joe Shor 

George Matousek 

David Bennett 

Poss Neglia, Michael Guerrieri 

. William George 



Staff Photographers 

Art Editor 

Circulation Manager 

Senior Ass't Managers 

Junior Class Editor 

Junior Class Business Mgr. 

Sophomore Class Editor 

Sophomore Class Business Mgr 

Freshman Class Editor 

Freshman Class Business Mgr. 

Feature Writers — Vance VIk, Vincent Grebliunas, Martin 

Killoren, Carl Fogt, Eugene Stegmaier, Victor Seitz, 

and Alfred Berley. 



Alan Cass 

Edward Shaheen 

Ray Meisel 

Robert Block 

John hdeinz 



DR. W. WILLMAN 

Editorial Advisor 



The appointment of Co-Editors and Co-Business Managers marked 
the return of the Dentos to publication after a years' lapse. En- 
thusiasm ran high and plans were swiftly drawn up. Faced with 
a limited budget the staff has mode every effort to present a book 
that is distinctive in its simplicity and professional attitude. 

"FHands", the most important instrument to any dentist are featured 
in some original and novel designs. These were arranged and 
photographed by our staff photographers, John Smejkal and Joe 
Shor who along with Root Studios took all of the pictures in the 
book. The cover and its design are different from anything ever 
attempted before in Dentos history. It lends a modern touch that has 
interest and appeal. The color plan attempts to convey the cool, 
calm attitude and dignity of the profession. 

The cooperation of Dr. Robert McNulty and Dr. Warren Will- 
man, financial and editorial advisors was deeply appreciated. 
Their counsel and assistance played an important port in making 
this publication possible. 

Much credit is due the business managers and their assistants. 
Neglia and Guerrieri did a fine job assisting Bartz and FHopkins 
in making the Dentos a financial success. Matousek as art editor 
and Bennett as circulation manager along with George, Shaheen 
and Black as class editors all did a splendid piece of work in pro- 
ducing a book of which the school may be proud. 

The assistance of Mr. Norman Koenig of the Pontioc Engraving 
Company, Mr. Oliver Rogers of the Rogers Printing Company and 
Mr. J. Roche of the Root Studio was immeasurable, and unlimited 
credit is due them for their unstinted effort in making this Dentos 
possible. 



DR. R. W. McNULTY 

Financial Advisor 




Join the Navy and See 
the World! 

We Joined 



Will you take care of 
these late charts 
boys? 



One-two-three oomph! 

Some men have all the 
luck! 




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Blackout 



With the treacherous attack of the Japanese upon the United States 
on December 7th, 1941, our country and all of its people were plunged 
into a figurative blackout. There is now but one thing to work for and 
that IS victory. Like everyone else, the dental student must take his place 
in the all-out effort. 

Fortunately for the students at C.C.D.S. Dean Logan who was Chief 
of the Dental Corps in the World War I has been available for counsel 
and guidance in facing our problems. Every effort has been made to 
keep the students in school realizing that they will be of for greater service 
to their country as trained dentists than as Selectee s. 

Late in February the U. S. Navy Medical Officers came to the school 
and gave physical examinations to many students who desired appoint- 
ments to commission (provisional) as Ensigns. Under this plan the student 
is allowed to finish school before he is called to active duty. When called, 
he will be promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade. As yet 
the Army has not provided a program for the dental student other than 
the draft but it is hoped that they soon will adopt a similar plan such as 
the Navy's. 

Although our private plans for the future were blackedou^ in the smoke 
of Pearl EHarbor, we were ready and v/illing to take our place and do 
our part to bring a speedy victory to the United States. 



Senior dance 



Friday, December fifth, nineteen hundred and forty-one! This date brings 
to mind pleasant memories. It marked the opening of the school social 
calendar. On this evening the seniors sponsored their annual informal 
dance. As seemed to be the custom, the Columbia Yacht Club was the 
scene of the affair and Steve Wayne's orchestra furnished the music. 

It is remembered as one of the finest social activities of our school life, 
a success because of the able leadership of Wilbur Mayo. As through 
life when we page this dentos, and recall the Senior Dance the following 
memories will come back to us. Dean Logan's splendid waltzing, 
Greenbaums's and Lambert's impromptu floor shows, Moskol s eighteen 
year old hospitality, and the comradship of all present. 



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W2 Smokers 

With the beginning of a new school year and a new freshman class, 
fraternities immediately laid shrewd plans for rushing. Basement talk and 
social calls all helped to lead up to the freshman fraternity smokers. The 
Zips proudly took a large group of prospects to the Panther Room of the 
Sherman hHotel. The A.O.'s invited their men to a dinner at the Congress 
hHotel. Tradition ruled and the Delts once ogam entertained the fresh- 
men at hHarry's New Yorker where a fine dinner and floor show furnished 
a splendid evening. 

Following much plotting and inside talk, pledge day arrived. On the 
17th day of December the fraternity men gathered in their respective rooms 
and waited nervously for their so called "sure men ' to come. Results 
of the hectic day proved successful for all of the froternilies involved. 



1H2 dance 



The sophomore class dance was held on Friday evening January 30th, 
at the Lake Shore Athletic Club and was acclaimed by all those who 
attended to be the finest social affair held so for this year. The beautiful 
ballroom was the scene of the merrymaking and Pete Cooks orchestra 
furnished the musical background. 

The committee that worked so hard in preparation for the dance must 
be congratulated upon the splendid job they turned in. Credit goes to 
Edward Graves, Elbert King, William Friedman, John Krol, Eymard Doyle 
and president Edward Shaheen who lent an untiring hand to the committee. 



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Dr. E. D. Coolidge, Dr. R. H. Fouser, Dr. H. W. Oppice, Dr. E. C. Pendelton, Dr J. J. VIk. 

Lambda Chapter of 
Xi Psi Phi 



OFFICERS 

C. FOGT 
President 

W. TENER 
Vice President 

R. WALLEY 
Secretary 

E. WOLF 
Treasurer 




The Lambda Chapter of Xi Psi Phi is a brotherhood of 
students chosen from those who have mode their decision 
for o career in the practice of dentistry. It was organized 
for the purpose of providing a better, more substantial 
foundation on which to build a successful professional 
life, for the purpose of creating a desire for a cleaner, 
healthier, more wholesome atmosphere in which to live, 
and for the purpose of developing an appreciation of 
the vs/onderful quality of friendship, hospitality and adopt- 
ing these aims as a life endeavor. 

Our fraternity declares that the brotherhood established, 
through the years is based on a simple understanding which 
honors the principles of Knowledge, Morality, and Friend- 
ship. With these principles in view we endeavor to 
create a closer understanding amongst the student body. 

Ic is also our contention that such basic principles will 
fortify and guard us against prevailing adversaries. It will 
also provide stalwart, courageous men for our country. 

Now in passing, vv'e wish to extend to our Faculty 
members and advisors our sincere thanks. To Dr. J. VIk 
and Dr. \-\. Oppice, our faculty advisors and Drs. Pendle- 
ton, Coolidge and Fouser whom we are greatly indebted 
for the cooperation and help they extended to us in 
making our fraternity a lasting institution. 





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Alpha Lambda Chapter of 
Alpha Omega 




R. LESHIN DR. SIEGEL 



OFFICERS 

MITCHELL GREENBAUM 
Chancellor 

JOSEPH SHOR 
Vice Chancellor 

DAVID KAYE 
Scribe 

LESTER TRACE 
Treasurer 



"Alpha Omega Fraternity shall be a Dental Fraternity, the student mem- 
bers of which shall be selected from the undergraduate students of high 
scholarship on the basis of Character, Leadership and Personality." 

With this Utopian plan in mind four students at the Pennsylvania College 
of Dental Surgery met one auspicious day in 1907 and drew up the Creed 
of Alpha Omega. 

With these same sentiments in mind the Alpha Lambda Chapter of Alpha 
Omega was founded at the Chicago College of Dental Surgery in 1932. 

Under the friendly guidance of advisors S. Albert Siege! and Arno 
Leshin, Alpha Lambda has grown to one of the most respected of the 
thirty-two chapters comprising this lusty organization. 

Bimonthly meetings held at the Professional schools Y. M. C. A. were 
enlivened by the loquacious presence of Praetor Arno Leshin and by 
numerous clinics presented by the more proficient froters. The social 
calendar included a Pledge Smoter at the hlamilton Club and a Pledge 
Dance at the Morrison hHotel. Plans for the future provide for a lavish 
Senior Send-off Formal. 

This year the chapter loses seven men via graduation: fraters Bloom, 
Greenboum, Gordon, Jostromb, Resnik, Shor and Trace. This will leave 
but five active members functioning under the Chancellorship of Frater 
Kaye, however, much hope for a brilliant future is staked in the large 
pledge body. 



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Beta Chapter of 
delta Sigma delta 



OFFICERS 

A. SAUER 

Grand Master 

D. ANDERSON 

Worthy Master 

L. PORTER 
Scribe 

W. GEORGE 

Treasurer 

J. SMEJKAL 

Historian 

R. BARTZ 

Senior Page 

^A. PAGANO 

Junior Page 




Delta Sigma Delta, profess'onal dental fraternity, was founded in 1882 
in the college of Dental Surgery of tfie University of Micfiigan at Ann 
Arbor, by nine men wfio realized tfie importance of professional associa- 
tion. On March twenty-fourth, 1885, Beta chapter was established at 
the Chicago College of Dental Surgery. In the same year the Supreme 
chapter was organized for graduates in dentistry. 

The official publication of the fraternity is the quarterly 'Desmos'. It 
maintains close contact between all the members and chapters in our 
country as well as those chapters scattered to the four corners of the earth. 
Each issue presents articles of interest and scientific importance by mem- 
bers outstanding in their field. Several pages are devoted to notes and 
news and alumni chapters; and an accurate directory service Is maintained. 

Beta Chapter holds dinner meetings at the Professional Y. M. C. A. 
twice each month. All of the meetings are organized by the members, 
under the supervision of the Deputy Supreme Grand Master, Earl P. Boulger. 
Of the thirty-three Subordinate Chapters at dental schools across the con- 
tinent. Beta chapter is the largest, consisting of eighty undergraduate 
members and pledges. 

Outstanding social events of the post year have been a Freshman Smoker 
held at the summer home of Brother Propati in Fox River Grove; the pledge 
dinner given at FHarry's Nevi/ Yorker; the Annual Pledge Dance held at 
the Midland FHotel; the Formal Initiation held at the Knickerbocker FHotel; 
and the climax of all activities, the Spring Formal. 




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George 


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Hulett 




Almaguer 


Avery 


Berley 


Brandt 


Burns 


Cass 


Conrad 


Doyle 




Faber 


Fey 


Frasco 


Gasior 


Graves 


Grebliunas 


Gresik, B. 


Gresik, 


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Griffin 


Grohowiak 


Guerrieri 


Hall 


Hamilton 


Harunaga 


Jason 


King 




Kraske 


Logorio 


McKay 


McNeil 


Meisel 


Moskal 


Neqiia 


Oliver 




Pagano, R, 


Potempa 


Propati 


Radochonski 


Sentieri 


Sherrard 


Sir 


Sowie 






Stacknik 


Suffka 


Williams 


Walty 


Teeling 


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Atkinson 


Boulger 


Dawson 


DeWitt 


Faillo 


Glupker 


Grisamore 


Hillenbrand 


Holmes 


Johnson 


Kirby 


Larson 


Lindner 


Logon 


McNeil 


McNulty 


Michener 


Mueller 


Puterbaugh 


Roucek 


Schoen 


Svoboda 


Willmon 


Wykhius 


Black 


Boles 


Bourque 


Gentilly 


Handschu 


Heinz 


Jankowski 


Kelleher 


Hannell 


Kiechler 


Knitter 


Kowalik 


Laenertz 


Lancaster 


Lucas 


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Misera 


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Panico 


Pawlikowski 


Petty 


Pitzer 


Puszkiewicz 


Remijas 


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Kappa Chapter of 
Psi Omega 






OFFICERS 


R. LEE 


H. McCRANE 


Grand Master 


Secretary 




DR. C. DITTMER 




Deputy Counciler 



DR. C. DITTMER 



Fifty years ago, forty students at the Baltimore 
College of Dental Surgery, banded together and 
formed the pioneer chapter of Psi Omega. Alpha 
Chapter as it was called, now has over two score 
active sister chapters, with a total membership of 
over twenty thousand men, the largest Greek 
Letter dental fraternity in the world. 

Successful Psi Omegons can be found all over 
the world and in all branches of Dentistry. Follow- 
ing the creed of their fraternity, Psi Omegans have 
been prominent in the advancement and improve- 
ment of dentistry. 

Our chapter, Kappa, convenes regularly at the 
Psi Omega house where our Deputy Councilor, 
Dr. C. K. Dittmer is of the utmost help in guiding us 
towards our goal, the practice of the profession 
of dentistry. 

The officers this year are: Robert T. Lee, Grand 
Master and Editor,- FHarold McGrone, Secretary,- 
August C. King, Treasurer. With this group of 
men and the able underclassmen, a prominent 
future is anticipated. 



FACULTY 





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Juniot dance 



Wings! 



On Friday night, the sixth of February, the Juniors went "all 
out ' to make their winter informal a huge success. 

The very unstable Columbia Yacht Club, rolling freely in a gale, 
furnished the setting. Joe Curly and his inimitable swing arrange- 
ments provided the music. 

Everyone was in a gay mood, celebrating the finish of their 
mid-year examinations. To raise their spirits even higher, many 
couples wandered below and forward, where beverages were 
dispensed. After the evening wore on a few of the boys did not 
react favorably to the stimuli, but this no doubt was due to the in- 
cessant rocking of the boat, regardless the sea-going crowd en- 
joyed one of the finest social events of the year. Hots off to Ralph 
Pagano, who headed a very capable committee, making this dance 
an ever memorable one. 



freshman dance 




The Cuspid Capers, sponsored by the Freshman Class, was held 
on April 17, in the Grand Ballroom of the Midland FJotel. Music 
for the occasion was furnished by Tony Musso and his band, who 
highly entertained about one hundred couples. 

Much of the success of the dance goes to John O'Connell, who 
as president of the class headed the dance committee, composed 
of Black, Wright, Vegter, Zakula and Knitter. 

Talent of the class was well expelled during the course of the 
evening. Smitty' accompanied by Bielinski entertained a very 
attentive crowd with a solo on the drums along with singing a few 
ever popular songs. A sextet composed of Smith, Oppice, O'Con- 
nell, Boles Ziolokowski, and Kelleher ended the evening enter- 
tainment. Dancing continued till one when parties left all com- 
menting on the social highlight of the year. 



Intramural Sports 



The program of intramural athletics at C.C.D.S. has always served 
as a source of good fellowship and this year was no exception. 
Although increasing academic demands have tended to lessen the 
intensity of the program, considerable interest has centered about 
the principle forms of competition: basketball, bowling, golf, and 
table tennis. 

With the need of escape from the realities of today and the im- 
portance of physical fitness, the intramural program should meet 
with even greater approval in the future. Credit for the success 
of this year's program is due Paul Jason who was director of intro- 
murals. Assisting him were, Guerrieri, R. Pogano, FHayes, and 
Justen. 



Standing: 
Justen 
Hayes 



Seated: 

Guerrieri 
Jason 
Pagano, R. 



The Zips 



The Delts 




The A. O.'s 



The Champs 
(Deits) 



Intramural Sports 



Intramural basketball came to a colorful conclusion as the Delta 
Sigma Delta quintet reaped the spoils of vic^ory from the hands 
of the Xi Psi Phi, Alpha Omega, and hlot Shot aggregations. The 
latter team consisted of hard fighting independent seniors whose 
shooting didn t quite live up to their name. 

Triumph at home was follov^ed by a heartbreaking defeat at 
the hands of the Raiders, intramural champions of the Arts campus. 
This warmly-contested match fell to the Raiders by the slender 
margin of 22-20. Formal recognition of the Delt court aces will 
come in the awarding of twelve gold basketballs. 

The golf season was highlighted by outings at Rolling Green 
Country Club and Biltmore Country Club where Andy Souer 
copped low honors on both occasions. At the Alumni outing 
Dick Brehm was low man in the student bracket and has since 
become a member of the University team. 




Golfe 



Bowlers 



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D. Anderson G. Matousek A. Sauer 



Founded at University of Florida 1924 
Established ai. Loyola University 1926 

Blue Key National FHonorory Fraternity objectives ore: 
high scholastic rating, participation in school activities, and 
popularity with ones fellow students. 

It IS not secretive, but has for its ideal, the creation of 
a feeling of good fellowship among non-members. This 
would not be possible if governed as most fraternities. It 
has no national installations, fees or dues, but local con- 
ditions at the various chapters govern Its constitution and 
by-laws. 

Educational tours, debates, etc. are sponsored yearly 
by other chapters and non-members. It has over fifty 
chapters some of which ore organized In the largest 
universities in this country. 

FHonorary membership, this year, to Blue Key Fraternity 
was awarded to Dr. Warren, professor of Operative 
Dentistry. 

Faculty men who are members of Blue Key Include, 
Drs. W. H. G. Logon, E. P. Boulger, H. A. Hillenbrand, 
W. N. Kirby, P. T. Dawson, J. F. Svoboda, W. P. Schoen, 
R. G. Larson and P. S. Folllo. 




NEW MEMBERS 

R. BARTZ '42 

V. GREBLIUNAS '42 

J. PIEKOS '42 

V. SEITZ '42 

J. SMEJKAL '42 

R. ARRA '43 

W. GEORGE '43 

L PORTER '43 





J. MOSS 



E PERRONE 




Alpha Sigma Hu 



Founded at Marquette University, 191 5 
Established at Loyola University, 1938 

Alpha Sigma Nu is a national honor society of the Catholic Universities throughout the United 
States. Since its foundation twenty-seven years ago, it has been a leading undergraduate organi- 
zation in every university in which it has been established. 

The society is designed to honor students who have distinguished themselves in scholarship, service, 
and loyalty to the university,- to promote and lend support to such activities which will tend to elevate 
the intelleccual and cultural level of the students,- and to strengthen the bonds of friendship and 
understanding between the faculty and students. 

The Loyola chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu was established in 1938. Under the capable guidance 
of Rev. Thomas A. Egan, S.J., who is now the National Faculty Advisor, the society has exerted 
a quiet and wholesome influence on undergraduate affairs. 

Membership is open annually to two juniors of each college of the university. The selection 
of the candidates is mode by the respective deans of the various colleges, subject to the approval 
of Rev. Samuel Knox Wilson, S.J., President of Loyola University. These prospective members ore 

then formally initiated at the annual banquet held in the Spring. 

The college of dentistry is honored this year by having one of its students, Fdmond Perrone, elected 
to represent Loyola at the national meeting at Detroit on April 17-18. 

Alpha Sigma Nu is represented on the faculty of the Dental School by Dr. Truman G. DeWitt. 

Undergraduate members in the Dental School are: 
Seniors: John T. Moss 

Edmond R. Perrone 



Juniors: William A. George 
Lon V. Porter 




Omicron Kappa UpsHon 




In 1925, Pi chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon was 
established in the Chicago College of Dental Surgery. 
Kno\A/n OS the Graduate hHonor Society of the Profession, 
it was founded in 1914 by Drs. Thomas L. Gilmer, Arthur 
D. Black and C. R. E. Koch at Northwestern University 
Dental School. These men felt a need for a fraternity 
to encourage and develop a spirit of emulation among 
students in Dentistry and to recognize in on appropriate 
manner those who hove distinguished themselves by a high 
grade of scholarship." 

At the end of the school year a small group of men 
within the upper twelve per cent of the graduating class 
are presented with the gold key of this fraternity. This is 
the highest single honorary award mace at the Chicago 
College of Dental Surgery. A high scholastic standing, 
outstanding character and citizenship are the fundamental 
requirements for nomination. 

Membership may be conferred upon men who are prac- 
titioners and hove distinguished themselves through iheir 
professional attainments and in their communities. Over 
three hundred practitioners and graduates of our school 
hove been honored with the gold key of Omicron Kappa 
Upsilon. 

Pi chapter is directed by Dr. W. hi. Logon, president; 
Dr. R. W. McNulty, vice-president; and Dr. P. G. Puter- 
baugh, secretary-treasurer. 



1941 MEMBERS 
F. W. BRANCH 
P. H. BROWN 
C. W. HOCKING 
J. N. MISTRETTA 
V. B. SORENSEN 



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The Classes 



On the opposite page, pleasantly smiling, is a tantalizingly familiar 
face, the result of an experiment that quickly became the mystery of the 
school year. hHis name? Well, just call him Oscar, the average senior. 

You remember when Shor and Smejkal were competing with Root in the 
library — the rumors were flying thick and fast, "its for the Navy, the Army, 
the F.B.I.". hHowever, you were all wrong, the pictures were part of a 
successful experiment. The net result was a composite picture of every one 
of the 55 seniors of 1942. Yes, that leering countenance is you, you, 
and you. 



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Nowwhenyou'r 
out in practic 
men — 



Moskal whc 
would you do? 



My what bk 
brown eyes yo 
have! 



SENIOR OFFICERS 
Back Row— R. IRELAND, Sergeant at Arms, A. KOTECKI, Secretary. 
Front R;^-J. PIEKOS, Vice-President, J. MOSS, President, W. MAYO, Treasurer 




Seniors 

1939 mo 



Cultivation of manual dexterity was only one The realization of our manual incapabilities 
of the problems of the freshman year. A full were brought to us in our sophomore year, 
schedule of lectures and laboratory work The cultivation of technic was our prime 
filled our school hours and much earnest endeavor in the pursuit of the various phases 
study was necessary to absorb and condition of dentistry. It brought to us a better under- 
all this information. The relation of the basic standing of that for which we were preparing, 
sciences to dentistry were vague at the time, The more advanced sciences required our 
but they assume importance when we hove deepest attention and study, 
additional experience. 



w/ mi 



The junior year is weighted with problems of The e.ndeavor for perfection now occupies 

clinical dentistry, the control of pain, control us. it is toward the attainment of doing good 

of patient, advancements in speed and technic, and of serving as we are best able, that we 

and efforts towards perfection. The lecture now strive. The ability to meet and surmount 

courses aided us in the correlation of all our problems of the profession now hold our 

knowledge and training to provide us with interest. Our goal is in sight, and our efforts 

the proper background. We began to feel are increased by our own desire to prove 

and act like dentists. capable and worthy in a field where many 

splendid men have left their mark. 



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Abramski 

Bennett 

Brandt 



Anderson 

Berley 

Brehm 



Bartz 

Bloom 

Chedester 



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Seniors 



ABRAMSKI, PETER M. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Quigley Seminary 
Loyola University 
Intramural Sports 
Xi Psi Phi 



ANDERSON, DONALD A., B.A. 
Wilmette, Illinois 
New Trier hHigh School 
Cornell College 
Class Vice-president, '39 
Loyola Union, '39 
Class Secretary, '40 
Dance Committee, '41 
Executive Committee, '42 
Student Instructor in hluman Anatomy, '42 
Basketball ■39-'40-'41-'42 
Co-Editor of Dentos '42 
Blue Key Notional hHonor Fraternity 
Delta Sigma Delta 
Ensign, U. S. N. R. 



BARTZ, RAYMOND A. 
Chicago, Illinois 

St. Rita hHigh School 

Loyola University 

Dance Committee '39-'40-'41 

Baseball '39-'40 

Basketball '39-'40-'41-'42 

Co-Business Manager of Dentos '42 

Blue key National hHonor Fraternity 

Delta Sigma Delta 

U.S. N. R. 



BREHM, RICHARD EARL 
Racine, Wisconsin 
Saint Catherines High School 
University of Notre Dome 
Class Vice-president '41 
Donee Committee '40-'41 
Basketball '39-'40-'41-'42 



CHEDESTER, JOHN T. 
Cary, Illinois 
Wisconsin Dells High School 
Crystal Lake Community High School 
Loyola University 



BENNETT, DAVID K. 
Monroe, Wisconsin 
Monroe High School 
University of Wisconsin 
Dance Committee, '39 
Basketball, '39-'40-'41-'42 
Circulation Manager of Dentos, '42 
Ensign, U. S. N. R. 



BERLEY, ALFRED G. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Austin High School 
Loyola University 
Intramural Sports 
Dentos Staff, '42 
Delta Sigma Delta 
Ensign, U. S. N. R. 



BRANDT, ALFRED E. 
St. Paul, Minnesota 
St. Paul Central High School 
University of Minnesota 
Donee Committee, '41 
Xi Psi Phi 



BLOOM, DAVID 

Chicago, Illinois 

Marshall High School 
Herzl Junior College 
Alpha Omega 




Seniors 



CONRAD, HOWARD 
Marshall, Washington 
Cheney High School 
Washington State College 
Volleyball '39 
Delta Sigma Delta. 



GORDON, CARL CHARLES 
Chicago, Illinois 

Belmont High, Los Angeles, Col. 
Herzl Junior College 
Intramural Sports 
Alpha Omega 



FABER, EARL H 
Holland, Michigan 

Holland High School 

Hope College 

Dentos StaFf '40 

Junior-Senior Prom Committee '42 

Intramural Sports 

Delta Sigma Delta 



FOGT, CARL M. 

Anno, Ohio 
Anna High School 
Capital University 
Class Vice-president '40 
Dentos Staff '42 
Xi Psi Phi 



GEWARTOWSKI, EDWIN B. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Tuley High School 
Loyola University 



GREBLIUNAS, VINCENT J., JR. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Harper High School 
Morgan Park Junior College 
Central Y, M. C A. College 
Class President '41 
Junior-Senior Prom Committee '42 
Dentos Staff '42 
Delta Sigma Delta 



GREENBAUM, MITCHELL WILLIAM, B.S 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Bridgeport High School 

New York University 

Louisiana State University 

Dance Committee '42 

Student Instructor In Human Anatomy '42 

Alpha Omega 



GIGANTE, LEONARD L. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Crane Technical High School 
Loyola University 
Executive Committee '42 
Xi Psi Phi 



GRESIK, HERMAN E. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Loyola Academy 
Loyola University 
Delta Sigma Delta 




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^pn ^ I 




i «^ -mi 




Con rod 

Gewartowski 

Grebliunas 



Faber 

Gigante 

Greenbaum 



Fogt 

Gordon 

Gresik 



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Grohowiak 

Hopkins 

Jastromb 



Guerrieri 

Ireland 

Killoren 



Harunaga 

Jason 

Kosel 



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Seniors 



GROHOWIAK, FRED L, 
Chicago, Illinois 

McKinley High School 

Loyola University 

Student Assistant in Ceramics '42 

Delta Sigma Delta 



GUERRIERI, MICHAEL I. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Foreman High School 
Loyola University 
Intramural Manager '42 
Dentos StaFf '42 
Delta Sigma Delta 



HARUNAGA YOSHIAKI 
Honokao, Hawaii, T. H. 
Hilo High School 
University oF Illinois 
Dance Committee '41 
Delta Sigma Delta 



JASON, PAUL J. 
Grand Rapids, Michigan 
Catholic Central High School 
Grand Rapids Junior College 
Loyola University 

Director oF Intramural Athletics '40-'41-'42 
Dance Committee '39 
Delta Sigma Delta 



JASTROMB, MARSHALL L. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Senn High School 
Loyola University 
Intramural Sports 
Executive Committee '42 
Alpha Omega 



HOPKINS, CHARLES E. 

Henderson, Kentucky 

Barret Manual Training High School 
Evansville College 
Co-Business Manager oF Dentos '42 
Student Assistant in Radiology 
Intramural Sports 



KILLOREN, MARTIN JOHN 
Appelton, Wisconsin 
Appelton High School 
Lawrence College 
Dentos StaFf '42 



IRELAND, ROBERT G. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Lindbloom High School 
Loyola University 
Xi Psi Phi 



KOSEL, EDWIN C. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Morgan Park High School 
Morgan Park Junior College 
Executive Committee '42 




Seniors 



KOTECKI, ANTHONY JOHN, A. 
Toledo, Ohio 
St. John's High School 
St. John's University 
De Soles College 
Class Secretary '42 
Dance Committee '42 
ntramural Ass't Manager '42 
.ntramural Sports 



MOSKAL, JOHN J. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Harrison Technical High School 
De Paul University 
Delta Sigma Delta 



LAMBERT, ROY J 
Chicago, Illinois 
Parker High School 
Loyola University 
Class Sergeant-ot-Arms '39 
Xi Psi Phi 



LUKASZEWSKI, WALDEMAR C. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Weber High School 
Lewis Institute 
Intramural Sports 
Class Sergeant at Arms '42 



MATOUSEK, GEORGE JAMES 
Chicago, Illinois 

Harrison Technical High School 

University of Chicago 

Class President '40 

Dentos Staff '39-'42 

Class Editor "Bur" '41 

Blue Key Notional Honor Fraternity 



MOSS, JOHN A.B., A.M. 
Evanston, Illinois 
Taylor County High School 
Maryville College 
Centre College 
Columbia University 
Class President '39-'42 
Student Instructor in Dental Materials '39- 

'40-'42 
Student Instructor in Pathology '41 
Alpha Sigma Nu 
National Honor Society 



MUELLER, WILLIAM L. 

Covington, Kentucky 
Holy Cross High School 
Xavier University 
University of Cincinnati 
Dance Committee '42 
Intramural Sports 




MAYO, WILBUR J. 
Clifton, Illinois 

Clifton High School 

St. Viator College 

Class Secretary '41 

Class Treasurer '42 

Dance Committee '39-'40-'41-'42 

Chairman Dance Committee '42 

Basketball ■39-'42 



NEGLIA, ROSS A. 
Chicago, Illinois 

St. Thomas Military Academy 
De Paul University 
Class Sergeant at Arms '40 
Dance Committee '39-'40-'41-'42 
King of Dental School '41 
Dentos Staff '42 
Basketball ■39-'40-'41-'42 
Delta Sigma Delta 








^^^i '^Pl ^1^1 



Two Old Married Men. 









Kotecki 

Matousek 

Moss 



Lambert 

Mayo 

Mueller 



Lukaszewski 

Moskal 

Neglic 



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Hold on to that lower boys! 



.^ ^. ■ # Wm^ ^ ^T-^ ^~i ' 









Piekos 

Schwartz 

Smejkal 




^T; 



Seniors 



ONAK, WILLIAM EDWARD 
Chicago, Illinois 
Harrison Technical High School 
Herzl Junior College 
Lewis Institute 
Xi Psi Phi 

PERRONE, EDMOND RINALD, B.S. 
West New York, New Jersey 

Memorial High School 
New York University 
St. Peters College 
Loyola Union '42 
Alpha Sigma Nu 

PIEKOS, JEROME M. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Weber High School 
Lewis Institute 
Class Treasurer '40 
Class Vice-president '42 
Dance Committee '40-'41 
Intramural Sports 

Blue Key National Honor Fraternity 
Xi Psi Phi 



RESNIK, IRVING N, 
Chicago, Illinois 
Tilden Technical High School 
De Paul University 
Dance Committee '40-'41 
Alpha Omega 
Ensign, U. S. N. R. 

SAUER, ANDREW WM. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Loyola Academy 
Loyola University 
Class Treasurer '39 
Loyola News '39-'40 
Loyola Union '39-'40-'41 
Class Editor "Bur" '40^ 
Dance Committee '39-'40-'41 
Intramural Sports 
Co-Editor of Dentos '42 
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity 
Loyola Union Key 
Delta Sigma Delta 



SCHWARTZ, ERWIN I. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Crane Technical High School 
Herzl Junior College 
Medill College 
Class Sergeant at Arms '38 



SEITZ, VICTOR WILLIAM, B.A 
Carmi, Illinois 
Carmi High School 
North Central College 
Dance Committee '39 
Class Editor "Bur" '42 
Dentos Staff '42 
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity 



SHOR, JOSEPH H. 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
McBurney School 
University of Pennsylvania 
St. Joseph College 
Dentos Staff '39-'42 
Loyola News ■40-'41-'42 
Intramural Sports 
Alpha Omega 
Ensign, U. S. N. R. 



SMEJKAL, HARRY JOHN 
Cicero, Illinois 

Morton High School 

Central Y. M. C. A. College 

Class Treasurer '41 

Intramural Sports 

Executive Committee '42 

Dentos Staff '42 

Blue Key National Honor Fraternity 

Delta Sigma Delta 



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Seniors 



STEGMAIER, GENE 

Farmington, Minnesota 

Farmington Public FHigh School 
College oF St. Thomas 
University of Minnesota 
Dance Commitee '39-'40-'41 



VLK, VANCE J. 

Chicago, Illinois 

St. Ignatius FHigh School 
Loyola University 
Student Assistant in Ceramics 
Xi Psi Phi 



SWANTEK, JOSEPH ROBERT 
Chicago, Illinois 
Carl Schurz FHigh School 
North Park Junior College 
Xi Psi Phi 



VOIGT, WILLIAM T. 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Americal FHigh School 
University of Texas 



TENER, WILLIAM C. 
Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania 
Perry FHigh School 
Duquesne University 
Basketball 
Xi Psi Phi 



WILLIAMS, ROBERT M. 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Oak Park High School 
Oak Pork Junior College 
St. Benedict's College 
Ensign, U. S. N. R. 



TILKA, MICHAEL A , JR. 
East Chicago, Indiana 

Washington High School 

Loyola University 

Xi Psi Phi 

Ensign, U. S. N. R. 



WOYNOVITCH, STEPHEN G. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Roosevelt High School 
North Park College 
Miami University 
Loyola University 
Dance Committee '41 



TRACE, LESTER D. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Austin High School 
University of Illinois 
Intramural Sports Ass't Mgr. '39 
Alpha Omega 



ZIOLKOWSKI, JOSEPH 
Chicago, Illinois 
Kelly High School 
Central Y. M. C. A. College 
Xi Psi Phi 



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Stegmaier 

Tilka 

Voigt 



Swantek 

Trace 

Williams 



I work for the American Railway 



Tener 

VIk 

Woynovitch Ziolkowski 




Senior Class Will 




We, the graduating class of 1942, of the Chicago College of Dental 
Surgery, Dental Department of Loyola University, now assume the classi- 
fication of the party of the First Part, having all withstood the severe ex- 
amination of the most competent psychiatrists are pronounced to be of 
the highest character, do now declare and bequeath this our last will 
and testament, to the faculty of our school, hereafter to be called the 
party of the second port, therefore, without prejudice or malice we offer to: 

Dean Logon — A fingernail Buffer or a new coot lapel. 

Dr. Puterbaugh — A plain Spitoon and a phenol throat spray. 

Dr. McNulty — One ten cent bottle of hHenna LHair Rinse, and a direct 
wire to selective service headquarters. 

Dr. Glupker — The secret combination to one or two baby girls. 

Dr. MacBoyle — One box of. That Damnable Stiky Wax," and one 
pound of ready made ce-ment. 

Dr. Willman — One student who will join the Camera Club and a dull 
explorer to be used on special day. 

Dr. Coolidge — A new cabinet for sterile instruments, or on automatic 
plugger for root canal fillings. 

Dr. Pendleton — One set of billiard balls with hair on them, or one gross 
of proximal explorer points. 

Dr. Larsen — A dancing partner for the clinic floor and one blitzkrieg 
bell remover. 

Dr. VIk — A strong lariot to throw the bull with and one scoop shovel. 

Dr. Davison — A six hundred acre form to retire from dentistry to, or on 
air cooled operating room. 

Dr. Atkinson — One mole hole in which to hibernate or one package 
of O. P's. 

Dr. Boulger — A yellov/ sweater to wear under the gown and a "Tyrol- 
ian" hat. 

Dr. Wykhius — One air wheel to be used on the 6th adjustment and some 
non-blushing powder. 

Dr. Svoboda — Seven hundred yards of suturing material or a student 
that knows what he is doing. 

Dr. DeWitt — One fifty gallon barrel of culture medium, and a new battery 
for his car. 

Dr. Kirby — One two way stretch (non-rubber) girdle, or one suit where 
the pants meet the vest. 

Dr. Mueller — One moil sack to pick up the mail, and one box of fresh 
cigars. 



Dr. Zoethout — Any word for the famous, "indeed", and five frogs tfiot 
will perform all experiments witfiout tfie aid of any sophomores. 

Dr. Meyer — One nurse that will "growl", or a form run without political 
help. 

Dr. Wessinger — One brand new fedora hot, or a small well equipped 
laboratory in which to hibernate. 

Dr. Johnson — A strictly enforced V diet and a thousand page volume 
of brand new jokes. 

Dr. Weinman — A ten volume publication on how to run a projector 
machine. 

Dr. Sornot — A fur lined white laboratory gown to run from building to 
building in. 

Dr. Grisomore — A book of exams to give the sophomore doss when 
they should attend some outside function, or one new baseball bat with 
which to control them. 

Dr. Foillo — A research problem interesting to someone besides himself 
or one copy of how to teach Physiology the easy way. 

Dr. Roucek — One electric motor scooter with which to travel around 
the clinic more rapidly, or a priority rating for a new automobile. 

Dr. Kendall — A hundred more years of retirement or a comeback to 
the dental school. 

Dr. Fouser — A dozen new suits, and a bouquet of flowers for the lapels. 

Dr. Oppice — An abbreviated lecture: or a hundred pound shipment 
of chewing gum. 

Dr. Michner — One orthodontic patient with twelve anterior teeth or 
four decidious bicuspids. 

Dr. Orban — A new scientific discovery,- or a germ eliminator. 

Dr. Kostrubalo — The latest edition of the Pharmicopia, or an army 
uniform. 

Dr. hHillenbrond — A seat in the U. S. Senate; or a radio station to spread 
the dental gospel. 

Dr. Schoen — A machine for mixing "fluffed" plaster. 

Dr. Leshin — A bottle of hair tonic; or a partial toupee. 

Dr. Dittmer — A gilded metal for bravery on doing his own extraction 
work, or one cigar stain remover. 

Dr. hHolmes — A ten pound box of Fannie May Candies and the latest 
edition of Emily Post. 

Dr. McNeil — One class which will stay awake during lecture and one 
bcx of chalk in cose they don't. 



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Seniot Sketches 



"Pete" Abramski We wonder iF "Can I borrow anything" Abramski has his future oFfice equipped with our 

instruments? 
"Don" Anderson The ardent bachelor of the senior class, (at times) lover of boats, golf, swimming, and maybe a girl 

someday. 
Ray "A K " Barlz Better known as the "clover king". A good man with the jib, the jigger, the women, and 

especially shooting the "Bull". The big wheeler of the class and lover of Milwaukee Brew. 
Davy" Bennett alias "ensign", a lias "starchy", alias "iackrabbit", has a girl who con do 20 an hour, we mean foil 

dentures, "keep up with me", says the admiral. 
Al" Berley "The Thorn McCann Kid" has a teen model car of the Maxwell Species, he drives to school 

and "bums" home. 
Dave" Bloom Self made politician gone wrong, no money, no platform was his downfall. 

Al Brandt Our authority on Madison Street and its sports-guzzler of beer, and lover of storiesgood and 

otherwise. 
Dick" Brehm Alias "Jockey Dick" a sportsman deluxe, our challenge to Ben Hogan, is romancing in Kenosha, 

call your shots--Dick. 
Abe" Chedester The mechanical Abe Lincoln of the Senior Class, "I'm out to outdo Taggart and his casting 

machine", ingrate. 
fHowie" Conrad "The Ogden Avenue Kid", has to outlive the class many times over to fulfill the Rip Van Winkle 

prophecy of Dr. Logan, 101 years -"Connie". 
Fobe" Fabsr The "childrens Hospital Romeo" will roam no more, he's tethered and tied. 

Franky" Fogt Famous for his drop kicking glasses down Michigan Avenue, has quieted down considerbaly. 

It couldn't be the merried life, could it, Franky"? 
Ed" Gswartowski The jag with the Gildersleeva laugh whose big crate in the parking lot leaves little room for 

the rest. 
Len" Gigante Alias "Leonardo" an impersonator of instructions, is a quiet dental fellow whom all the spongers 

try to hit for tickets to the "Playhouse". 
Flash" Gorden Collaborator with Lambert in the writing of blaze, lousy poetry. 

Speed" Grebliunas Alios "Why wasn't I exempted from this exam " Grebliunas is so fast writing exams, he doesn't 

need to be exempted. 
Blondie" Greenbaum The dentico who wields a lightening disk as a Machette. Now let's take the patient to the 

Suture Room. 
FHerman the Vermin" Gresik Our loose jointed profanist who possesses the best notare of all the jags. 
Grotch" Grohowiak The ceramics kid ", whose favorite spot is Navy Pier. Between Varicose Veins, Thomas Bros. 

Hair treatment and "I only wont a Buddy not a sweetheart", life was made pretty miserable. 
Mike" Guerrieri Alios "Hotstuff" a moocher of O. P. Cigs., and the ace high moaner of the class. 

Yoshi" Harunaga The South Sea Island lad who has more trouble with his love affairs than a mouse with kittens. 

Esquire of the Senior Class. 
Charley Hopkins A good looking jag from Kentucky v/ho worked his way thru college jerk'en sodas and develop- 
ing X-rays. 
Bob' Ireland The honorary member of the A'O'S for three years, finally became a paid up member of the zips 

in his senior year. 
Shadow" Jason "Didja ever hear this one" famous for his stories but he always gets furniture polish mixed with 

his apole polish 
Marsh" Jastromb Dr. VIk's stooge who will some day get tangled in his own appliances. 



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"Marty" Killoren Favorite by-line is "say are you gonna take the practical exams over again next week"? 

"Kosy" Kosel A rather reserved jag who can always be found with Swantek and Onak in S. S. White's milking 

the duck. 

"Tony" Kotecki Mueller's mainstay in exams, eats his own cooking (poor cuss) and is an avid hound of the night 

spots. 

"Lombie" Lambert Collaborator with Gordon in the writing of blaze poetry, one of the wittiest of the nit wits. 

Luke " Lukaszewski A hep cot and an exponent of Boogy Woogy. 

"Georgia" Matousek A gunner on the S.S.C.C.D.S. you'll probably find at a lathe polish a port on one of his many guns — 
Is that the way you get new patients? 

"Will" Mayo The great lover. 

"Johnny" Moskoi The white haired loddy who needs a ladder in the clinics to reach his patients, and is in 

Oro I Surgery to get out of Dr. Kostrubaio's reach. 

"Pres." Moss hieads the "pappy club" and does the family Orthodontia. 

"Bill" Mueller Kotecki's mainstay in exams, sells ladies shoes in the loop because he likes the sights and we don't 

mean the tall buildings. 

"Pizon" Neglia Originator of the "Max Club" bonzalote and artifue. His line to the patients is really out of 

this world. 

Bill" Onak Our alopeciac friend who is easy to spot in a crowd, a good hearted Joe and he loves the root 

fill work at the Convent. 

Ed Perrone The dark haired lady killer from "Joisy". May go into the recording business with Shor. "Mommy 

I wont a Salerno Butter Cookie". 

'Jerry" Piekos A quiet lad whose success is indicated by the Blue Key he wears. Now boasts of a beautiful 

wife. 

Res Resnik An instigator of the first water-argues with Dr. VIk about everything. 

"Andy" Sauer A product of the north side campus, Andy has met with much success at C. C. D. S. his latest 

is an appointment to the Public Health Service. It is rumored that he will undergo a major 
operation before commencement. 

Ervie Schwartz -Alias "Everything happens to me", an advocate of the Bloom for Vice-President campaign. 

Pappy ' Seitz His paternal duties have certainly quieted him down, who con forget his birthday at the County 

Morgue. 

Joe Shor His many accomplishments have won him the respect of all. Ouolity is the keynote of Joe's 

success. 

Schmidke Smejkal "I'm working my way through. dental school selling photos" and Joe Shors erstwhile competitor. 

"Steg" Stegmaier Alias the Sleeping Beauty is going back to Minnesota to moke dentures for the toothless milk 

cow. 

Little Joe" Swantek Always the agitator, isn't happy unless he con egg someone on to a fuss and who mode Lake 
Michigan his racetrack. 

Bill Tener A "Country Man" loser of 3 engagement rings He's married now and quite docile . 

"Mike" Tilka The Skidmore of East Chicago, and the Rip Van Winkle of the Senior Class 

'Mole" Trace Stooge to Dr Atkinson, challenger to Sea Biscuit, and bears the brunt of Bartz's heckling . 

Hippo VIk The bad rumor man who is a big man with big hands and a line that is bigger than both. 

Bill Voigt From Mexico City likes his taquilo straight — taught Steg all those nasty swear words. 

Bob" Williams Soys, "Water is poison", and whose theme song is "How Hard is the Floor of the Yacht Club.' 

'Steve" Woynovitch A baton wielder who grinds the ivories in the clinic and tickles them at dances at night. 
'Jitterbug Joe" Ziolkowski a rather reserved chap, unless he's at a party, where he's the life of it. 




Junior Administration 




Now try the air wheel! 



Stop me if you've heard this one- 



Sitting— LAGORIO, Secretary, METZGAR, President, RITZA, Vice-President. 
Standing — HAMILTON, Treasurer, KLORIS, Sergeant at Arms. 




Junior Class of 1H3 



1940 

With mysticism and ignorance, in the Fall of 1939, our class, the largest 
in the school, set forth with endurance to trample the road of the chosen 
profession, dentistry. The year although shadowed by the dreaded 
clouds of the new great war, was saturated with wonders and amaze- 
ments in the various courses studied. Our hilarious parties were highly 
successful both financially and socially in that they unified the personnel 
of our class. The year ended with a costly loss to our esteemed faculty 
in the deaths of Dr.s Rudolph Kronfeld, and Thomas Grisamore. 

1941 

Into the second year we plunged with a timidless precarious altitude 
hoping to conquer successfully the difficult subjects which lay ahead. 
As each course ended our march came closer to our objective, the vyell 
known yet dreaded infirmary. With the effort of Dr. H. Johnson time was 
set aside for Yule time celebration which left in the heart of each student 
a memory of laugh and happiness. Then the last day arrived, a day on 
which our foot stood on the threshhold between despair and happiness, 
our last class in physiology. This year ended with our beloved Dr. Kendell 
retiring from active teaching leaving his post to a gallant scholar Dr. George 
Wessinger. 

1942 
Then finally came the junior year, where the indominitable fright of the 
student battled his determination to perform the first prophylaxsis. Those 
two points were indeed precious to the tongue-hanging weary operator. 
They were to him the first step to a pyramid of infinite height, the junior 
requirements. Yet, those things which existed in possibilities in the mind 
of the student have now become actual. The serious conduct, aptness, 
and digital dexterity personified the results of his future practice. 



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George Alles Believes his w/earing a Hitlerian soup strainer will ultimately win the war for the Greeks. He soys 

this is a psychological move to increase animosity towards Germany. 
Jose Aimaguer Will consider it his greatest achievement in school if he could lay Wolly Sir flat in one blow. 

Romeo Arro Works nights now,- he does the laughing for villians on radioscripts. 

Myron Ataman Discontinued Nworking nights because it conflicted with his broken back after leaving the clinic. 

Norman Balin Gets very frantic whenever he thinks of the danger of walking in a blackout with his red glaring nose. 

Howard Berg Just can't seem to understand why he didn't get married much sooner,- and to think he missed so much. 

Gilbert Blohnik Often says sighingly, "Durn it, back home in our town the cows and the girls are much better 

than here". 
Thomas Boyd Prays that the priority board will let him have the motorbike as soon as he saves 30 cents more. 

He can get in and out of class faster. 
Elden Bueche Will think twice before answering yes mam to Dr. Glupker. The experience is memorable isnt't 

it Elden? 
Gordon Burns Wife calls him Stuka, because when he comes out of a dive, he's pretty well shot. 

Alan Cass Only objection to the school management is no headrest of the seats in the amphitheater. "I can 

sleep alright", he says, "but it ain't comfortable and I mess my hair". 
Peter Cooper Is greatly worried. Judging by the amount of energy expended in the Clinic. Pete will have to 

suffer to earn enough after graduation to buy shoes for his baby. 
Mike DePalma Has the walk, but all he needs is a pair of water wings, a pan of water, and rubber gloves. What 

do we have? Ah yes, a duck. 
John Domeikis Has quit going to school dances, "De boys ain't got no manners when I'm wit my goil". 

Julius Dziubok Has great hope in training the left eye to remain open while the right one takes as nooze during 

lectures. 
Earl Enrights Motto is "When the task has once begun. Hey what shall I do to get it done ". 

Wallace Finch Is awfully puzzled nowadays; he has so many girl friends that he can't decide which one to play 

steady. 
Sidney Fishmcn Has the single men puzzled. The problem is "Why does Sid get to school so late now that he 

is married". 
Matt Franey Doesn't believe in the use of mouth mirrors. His simple method is, break the patients neck first, 

then with a jack carefully open the mouth about one foot, then with the tools in one hand spit on 

the other and let's work. 
John Frasco Is a hard worker. Not only does he work nights but also sells shoelacings in front of the County 

Hospital on Sunday afternoons. 
Ted Gasior Is always the last one to leave a banquet because it's a pity to throw away the left overs since 

he has his shopping bag handy. 
Tom Gillis Says he doesn't know what he doesn't know. He just doesn't know. 

Edward Griffin Ah — let's see if she, let us say, if she still sings here, SHALL WE? That's good Ed. 

Arthur Grunt Is sore nowadays. Trouble is Grunt grunts whenever the instructor grunts about Grunt's grunt 

in putting in foil. 
Joseph Hajdys Hello Joe, the kids think you're just grand. 

Cal Hayes Wonders if he should charge the farmers back home more for the amalgams he hopes to insert 

in their horses teeth. Just charge them for the material Cal — your service isn't worth much, Durn it. 
David Kaye Is not going to depend solely on dentistry for his livelihood. He says he's going to sell fish on 

Fridays to the Catholics in St. Patrick's parish. 
Victor Hershman Has finally solved the problem of conservation of time in moustache trimming. His method is lay 

the stencil over hairy area, then cut madly from the peripheral borders outwardly. 
Lester Janes Has little hope for the future generations. Jankus has been talking to him. 

John Jankus Isn't exactly lazy, but he's the kind of a fellow who will buy an axe for his wife's birthday and 

then hold the lantern while she chops the wood, provided, of course, his wife lights the lantern. 
Mathew P. Kloris Goes out with girls now. His mother doesn't care since he stopped eating little babies 
Leonard Kraske Walks like an iron man now. He was placed in the Naval Reserves as an Ensign a few days ago 

Robert Lagorio Is destined for the movies with his singing. 

Robert Lee Gets numerous dinner invitations from his patients. They pity him for his undernourisijHBiit. 




Junior Class 



Marvin Lewison 
Vernon MacKay 
Raymond Marcus 

Bruno Maressa and 
Ted Melcarek 
Richard Metzgar 
Arthur Montouri 

Ted Malachowsl<i 

Charles Novich 

Frank Oliver 

Aurelius Pagano 

Ralph Pagano 

Romeo Pallotto 
Albert Petrizzi 

Edward Peich 
Lon Porter 

Andrew Potempa 
John Purcell 

Eugene Puszl<iewicz 

Walter Ream 
Michaes Ritza 

Walter Sir 

William Sowie 

Arthur Sturm 
Jack Tatelman 

Joseph Trampota 

George Walker 
Lloyd Walty 




Would be the pride of MacArthur. Marv is a silent hard gunner. 

Will live to an old ripe age. Imagine being placed in class 1-A for weeks and soy nothing about it. 

Just isn't himself after he gets a haircut. He appears to be like o chicken with its feathers 

removed. 
Harold McGrane believe that the elimination of the other will remedy God's error in their creation, 
says he likes to go on a binge, because he feels so good the day after the day after. 
Wished he had a machine gun to shoot down some of the wild juniors during class meetings. 
Inspected his shirt cuff during an examination and muttered, 'Damnation, I've put on my Oral 
Pathology shirt instead of my Orthodontia one". 

Explains his clinical difficulty in that he has too few women patients. "They inspire me onward,'. 
Says Ted. 

Hopes someday to become a diagnostitian. He says in his modest words, "It's Heaven to be in 
the examination room". 

Doesn't know it yet because it's a secret; sh-h the class is going to give him a watermelon when he 
graduates. 

Shyingly asked his first question in Oral Pathology last week to Dr. Weinman; in direct quotation 
he said, "Marron, why do de teets haf Hypo-plazia"? 

Hasn't been named "tiger" for nothing. Irregardless of conditions, he'll meet anyone, anywhere, 
anytime - at tea. 

Has signed a contract with MGM to play in a new picture, "We Boys from The South Side". 
Will not be able to make ends meet, the year after graduation unless he earns $25,000 per. Al 
oeels his grapes before eating them with a fork. 

Is the beaver of the class. He built a strong dam around himself somehow. 

Still remains Dr. Fouser's challenger in dress. Sometimes we wonder if his clothes are self designed 
since they appear years before time. 

Will soon lecture to the Freshmen about the history and development of the Tird Molar. 
Has awful luck with his good looking fern patients. As soon as he registers them they become 
familiar with the other fellows. 

Hopes to practice in Boston. He says, "My object in life is to seek culture not money ". Gene, 
are you still putting in many thumb amalgams in your cellar? 

Would not want to become a commercial pilot. He says it's too much a fly by night proposition. 
Stopped stealing instruments. He thinks bootlegging is a much more profitable profession. Ah- 
yes Mike. 

Has a new method in obtaining asepsis in root canal therapy. Place the dam on first, then with 
your syringe puncture the dam and give the local. 

Entered the infirmary recently with a fat lip and a race track around his right eye. That's right, 
his wife Lois beat him up again. 

Doesn't say much about women -But brother can he pick em. 

Is expected to defend his pugilistic title against aggressive Al Cass this summer. Tiger Pagano 
will referee. Proceeds will be used to defray hospitalization. 

Misses the comforts of the large amphitheater in that once he could wander off and sleep in wide 
open spaces. 

Is the worst kind of a man. He now shaves once a vi/eek rather than usual bi-monthly plan. 
Knows exactly how many steps he walks in the clinic. He just wants to see if the shoesalesman 
was lieing about leather wear. 

Still has many problems to solve. One of these is how to teach the patient to call for Mr. Wolf 
not Mr. Fox, as some did. 

Is expected to walk up the aisle soon. After kissing his girlfriend for the first time, she turned and 
said to him, "Roman, I hope you meant it." 




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Sophomore Adtninistration 




Is everybody happy? 



You don't mind if I borrow this, do you? 



JUSTEN, Treasurer, SHAHEEN, President, WALDMAN, Vice-President. 
(not in picture) NYBOER, Secretary. 



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Sophomore Class of 19H 



1941 

Inauspiciously, a heterogeneous class of ninety-lwo men became initiated 
into the professional world of dentistry one October evening in 1940. 
It took but a short time to respect the tremendous task confronting them 
prior to achieving that coveted goal — a D.D.S. degree. It was soon learned 
that the exactness of teeth carving, inurement to the company of cadavers, 
the juggling of chemical equations and painstaking denture construction 
were but a mere prelude. 

Emerging as capable standard bearers for our freshman year were Stack- 
nick, president; Corbett, vice-president,- Rimkus, secretary and Paule, 
treasurer. 

1942 

After losing the awe and bewilderment of the neophyte stage, the soph- 
omore year brought the members closer to the more dexterous manipulation 
of the phalanges in the broad field of operative procedures plus the cor- 
relation of previous endeavors with the more theoretical medicinal phase. 
As the day of clinical application approaches, the students realize only 
too well that they will cease to be onlookers of today and yesterday but 
become the practitioners of tomorrow. 

The class enjoyed a most successful year under the leadership of Shaheen, 
president; Waldman, vice-president; Justen, treasurer, and Nyboer, sec- 
retary. 




Sophomore Class 



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"Leo" Alegretti Though deserving two grades In all of his freshmen courses he received but one. Sorry to see 

another good bachelor go berserk. 
"Bob" Avery Besides his pugilistic achievements his dad is the best technician in the class. 

"Bull" Bielinski Conscientious homeworl< brought a potential dentist into the v^/orld. 

"Warren" Biermo Brandt's left hand man, proved that the dutch are "cooking with gas", here as well as in the Pacific. 
"Bennie" Bindermon Proves that the slight of hand is faster than the instructor's eye. Could it be those questions in 

lecture are also from the magic archives? 
"Harold" Block The stooge exceeds his master's ability in tricks at grades, and even in bowling. 

"Clary " Brandt Clary, Clary, quite contrary 

Be it shine or rain 

No matter what the cause may be 

hie will make a Brandt campaign. 
Frank Brzesinski Is still searching for an Amazon beauty for the sophomore dance. 

"Ed"' Carelli hlere's one class-mate that can clip you' and make you really like it. 

"AT" Choiko "Wonder if Gris-s will shoot us a quiz, today. 

'Hugo " Chott This mighty fine boy is our delegate to the Loyola Union. 

"Pete" Conglis Hyper-secretion Peter is worried that he might remain a dwarf. What's the matter'^ Are all the 

gals too tall? 
Bill" Connors The thin man with a fat sense of humor. 

'Jack " Corrigan Would like to buy a cow for his ulcers but is afraid that Dr. Zoethout would pith the darn thing. 
'Ken" De Lap "Dunlop" wonders why they can't install a dental chair in Fern's. Should be handy. 

"Henry " Diamond If you can't beg, borrow, or steal it, Diamond can get it for you wholesale. 
'Junior" Doyle Our problem child has raised a mustache to hide his crib notes. An addition to his career-flying 

in the large aphitheater. 
Dave " Dunn If you're having trouble with that denture, Dave, Diamond will be glad to help you along. 

'Ray" Dziubski A big charoot, and a horn to tood -that's all he asks of life. 

Dick " Fey " Early to bed early to rise, but he and the Chatanooga choo choo Just don't seem to compromise, 

better late than never, Dick! 
Bill" Friedman Vessel our versatile master of ceremonies and herring-splitter), is the only man alive that can smoke 

a pencil and enjoy it. 
'Sam" Geltond Is looking for new partners in Physiology Lab. Wonder why? 

Jim" Gentilly Jim Gentilly, a trifle willy-nilly 

and sort of color blind 

Wonder why the Navy doesn't mind? 
"Al" Gierz "Strip gears" is the only man alive that could have oral surgery performed on his gluteus maximus. 

Al " Gillette The only night owl that lives during the day and survives. 

"George" Giudice Class "In the future we will audition our orchestras.'" 

George -Wonder why? 
"Ed" Graves If good looks are a criteria of success, here's one boy that will go along ways; still w/ater runs deep. 

"Eugene " Greco Famous last words "I do not choose to run." Sure w/as tough on Avery \A/hen he hod to move away 

from always-capable Eugene. 
"Bernie" Gresik "If I didn't hove that kind of hair on my dog, I could have sold him. " 

'John" Hazlit Having recovered from his illness of last year, he's back in the groove once again. Sure didn't 

lose anytime in renewing aquaintanceships -women and more women. 
"Bob" Hulett A carry over of the class of "26 a darn good one at that. Emory must be mighty proud of him. 

"Jim" Hurning Jim, they do have gold in South Dokotal It's been sort of dry in Chi with the little women, here 

hasn't it? 
"Felix" Jurewicz Wonder where Felix lives when he's not at home? Could be at Demos, the spot where the beautiful 

- - ? — girls congregate, that is according to him. 
"Paul"" Justen It couldn't be that PauTs fan mail requires two postoffices in the metropolis of McHenry. How 

are chances to see your little red book? 
"Tom" KawUa Fuzzy-wuzzy, the human paint brush, combs his hair with a chamois skin. 

"Eb" King Our capable dance chairman proved that a dance can be run without a loss, that is until the G-men 

got on his trail. 
Bill"" Kinney Here's one boy that looks up to his girl, and I'M not kidding. Must be wonderful to be tall, so he 

says. 
Milt " Klow Could there be a reason for the shortage of towels at Pres? 

Len " Kowaleski The Brunoville flash. Len claims a shot before every class makes it fun the time to pass. 
'Wes" Kraay "It was love, not draft evasion", says Wes. 

'Zen" Krol. Streptococcus - ssssssss — veridas — ssssssss. Try your whistle on ambidextrous sometime. 

Paul " Krolik Our ten percent man that never neglects his capitalistic enterprises but surely does his women. 

'Ike" Landes Dates a girl by the name of Jerry. 










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"Jack" Larson 'Arson Larson' uses his hands like o parson. 

'Jules" Leavitt Seems qjite strange that 'Gunner' is forever commuting to Indiana Harbor-must be research. 

"Virg" Levy Weren't you embarrassed, Virg? Imagine somebody passing the Navy physical with an upper 

denture. 
Hymen " Liebowitz Be calm, Hyman, de bums' of Brooklyn w/ill come thru someday. 
Louie " Limke Alexian Brothers Hospital's pearl diver. 

"Roman" Lipinski Lone-eagle, God's gift to women. 

Chuck " Matera Our lad from buck-town. Matousek's only neighbor in lob v\/ho doesn't borrow. 
Ed Matousek Is thinking of repealing the lend-lease bill, at least in lab A. 

Mac " McNeil "Hey, Doyle, let's cut and go to a show. " 

Doyle "Naw! Let's go to our lab in Dudley's." 
Ray" Meisel Dr. Johnson wants to knovA/ what kind of an apple that was you gave him. 

"Walt" Missak "Turnabout" Missok is always gunning at home. Could it be that he's afraid someone might finish 

their technic earlier? 

'Cloy-Piper Moiphy' is still looking for Rose O'Day. 

Here's one Dutchman that stays out of dutch in Zoethout's class. He Hopes, Hopes, Hopes. 

"Oh, so the pipes did freeze; but I also lost my appendix in the process." 

The Polish politician, alias 'Larry Peters'. The gals sigh, "What a Man!" 
Steve "Radochonski "Let me sit next to you in the exam!" 
Ed" Rimkus Our fugitive from a seminary waiting for the time he can render o nerve block on his patient thru 

a "sermon". 
Abe" Riskin The "Scottish laddie" exclaims, ""I don't believe a word of it, now this is the explanation." 

Sandy" Schaffner Our cultured bartender swings in high society at the opera. 
Roy" Schjuchter Classmate —""Louder please, Roy, there is someone in the far corner that con't hear your ba-last. 

"Doctor, that's not true, we didn't do it that way at Northwestern." 

"Schrodsky", the man who fought the second battle of Richmond in Lab A. Bet -he'll be glad to 

see those state boards. 

""Feather-weight Butch" says, "Women? High School stuff. Bah!" The gals friends wonder how 

one man can be so sweet and yet so ornery. 

Really can't figure out why he and Dr. Grisamore agree to disagree so often. Some one has to 

lose the battle-— one guess as to the winner. 

"Little Gun", The clever little diplomat who lets the women do his talking. 

Our speedy technician, calmly reiterates, "guess I'll take a vocation for a couple of weeks and let 

the other fellows catch up." 

Better late than never, John, that is, whenever you con spare the time to actually spare the time 

to come to doss. 

Here's one man that hopes that Dr. Zoethout is his first patient. 

"Wonderful Smith", the sanitary engineer, thinks a lecture is nothing more than a lullaby. 

Our sophisticated bartender of the 504 Club, never takes a drink-alone. 

Our freshman year proxy, has no fear of being drafted. His brother is a local board member. 

Yes, always a politician. 

"I think I'll buy an interest in the theater business, it would be cheaper in the long run." 

It is through trial and error that we achieve our goal -some attain it, if not, there'salways burlesque. 

The "chamber maid" of Lab A, can't figure out ho^' the lab can become so messy in the course of a 

"Sit down you jerk!" Ed's renowned words in a certain lecture. 

The Hammond flash wonders why they can't win the war without him . . . Pulse -132. Reason: 

Ann Oshian. 

'Sherm" Teeling Could it be that the books are such a load that dad has to share sonny's troubles. 
Ezio" Tesone The Boston eagle, flies pretty high at the Psi Omega house — by the way maybe Dr. Grisamore 

doesn't know you have a teacher's license. 
"Stan" Tikusis Tichosis might be the fault of falling hair. 

Marv" Treiber Proves that wine, women, and song -plus metallurgy creates that high blood pressure. 

"Bruno" Uzsen The mild uncomplaining (a distinct rarity here) chap bowls for what ails him. 

"Ralph" Viglione Our honor student from the North Campus quotes, "Holy cow, but these lectures are long". Don't 

you like chemistry, Ralph? 
Al Waldman "I think we ought to appoint a committee to take care of the matter". 

Tony " Williams "Oink oink's" handsome facial characteristic are only excelled by his brains But don t let it fcpl 

you, he's not that dumb. 



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Ed " Schroeder 

Evo " Sentiere 

"Irv " Shaewitz 

"Ed" Shaheen 
Ben" Sherrard 

"John" Shotton 

Bill " Sisson 
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"Louie" Sousa 
"Stan " Stacknik 

"Bill" Stephen 
"Royal " Stern 

Frank " Straka 
;;Ed" Suffka 

Jack" Sullivan 




freshman Class of 1H5 



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1941 

The Freshman Class met for the first time in the large amphitheater for the 
Convocation on Tuesday evening, the last N^eek in September. As the 
months have gone by, we have been formally introduced to Anatomy, 
hHistology, P.-Chem., Dental Anatomy, Dental Materials and Prosthetics. 
We give our sincerest thanks to our professors v/ho have been so helpful 
and understanding in tolerating our many mistakes. 

As the first year drav^^s to a close, we find that the fifty-seven individuals 
who were spread throughout the large amphitheatre that first night have 
developed into one cooperative group. Under the leadership of our class 
officers: John OConneli, Pres.,- Lou Northouse, Vice-Pres.; Dominic Mis- 
tretta. Secretary; Bob Black, Treasurer,- and Orv Knitter, Sergeant-at-Arms, 
^e have had a most successful year, both scholosticolly and socially. 
Faced with what seemed like unsurmountable obstacles, we have advanced 
upon them slowly but with determination until most of them have been 
leveled. With this some spirit, we turn towards the sophomore year with 
confidence in our school and ourselves. 




Freshman Administration 




Busy at work 

Standing — Black, Treasurer -Knitter, Seargeant-at-arms. 

Seated — Northouse, Vice-president — O'Connell, President — Mistretta, Secretary 



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Boles 
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Dourque 

Brandner 

D'Andrea 

Fash 

Feldstein 



Fuchs 

Gazorek 

Griffiths 

FHandschu 

FHanneli 



Heinz 

Herman 

Jankowski 

Jedlowski 

Kaufman 



Kazubowski 

Kelleher 

Kiechler 

Knitter 

Konen 



Kowolik 

Laenertz 

Lancaster 

Lucas 

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Bones" Bielinski 
Bob Black 

John Boles 
"Richie ' Bosock 

Charley Bourque 
Phil Brondner 
Charley D'Andrea 
Andy Fash 
Lew Feldstein 



Milt Fuchs 
Paul Gazarek 
Bob Griffiths 
Dick Handschu 

Jack Hannell 
Jack Heinz 
Sam Herman 



Ted Jankowski 
Jed Jedlowski 

Fred Kaufman 
Ed. Kazubowski 
Andy Kelleher 

Bob Kiechler 
Orv. Knitter 
Lloyd Konen 

Bruno Kowalik 
Ernie Laenertz 
Bill Lancaster 

Laurie Lucas 
Tom McAuliffe 



He's Boogie Woogie King oF the keyboard at one o( the well-known local night spots. 
He's looking forward to owning a tin hat and a whistle in his new capacity as air raid block 
warden. 

The Joliet boy who's always getting jagged. 

Lindbloom High must specialize in chorine and "26" girls -at least Richie seems to know them 
all personally. 

Spends much of his time looking for an eligible young French Mile, can't you help him? 
From out Bronx way -he'll be pulling for Brooklyn this summe.. 
You ought to see him jitterbug. 

If Ritter makes units like automobiles, Andy will be able to service his own. 
When he approached his draft board 
With his hundred page brief, 
He was mistaken for a lawyer 
Who was seeking relief. 

The fellow who insists on veriF/ing all positive statements. 

The Rube Goldberg of the class — invents merry-go-rounds and other things "just for fun." 
Tried making a plaster life mask and was minus eyebrows for several weeks. (Wrong mix. Griff?) 
The professor of the class who spends his evenings (some of them) teaching English to the foreign 
born in night school. 

He exists from vacation to vacation. It couldn't be love, could it. Jack? 
He doesn't boost of "57 variel:ies", but the one he does talk about is good enough for us. 
A sailor once told him, ere he died, 
(It may have been truth or he may have lied) 
But Herman relates with a grin and a gleam 
How the whole blamed issue went up into steam. 

What would Saturday be without Ted and his bean dinner -an old New England custom? 
Admiral Jed is the first man of the Freshman fleetin C. C. D. S. to be sworn in as an Ensign U.S.N.R. 
Happy sailing, Jed. 
Is there a Mr. Kaufman in the house'i' 

No more draft worries for "Big Ed"- he's in the Navy now. 

He'll be wielding a hand piece this summer for C. C. D. S. in place of a ball bat for the Jersey City 
Giants. 

When Bob gets that far-away-look, it has something to do with Maxine. 
A walking dissertation of Myology produced by Charles Atlas. 

Takes much pride in his accomplishments in the line of animal husbandry on his father's diary farm 
in Wisconsin. 

His knowledge of anatomy is amazing. Wonder where he learned it? 
What's the big attraction at the Chicago House in Wheeling, Ernie? 

Just because there are frogs in Lab. B, it's no excuse for the fishing tackle box, or are you just 
getting in trim for professional life"? 

What kind of wave set do you use on your hair, Laurie? 
Tom believes in starting from the ground up. He sells shoes in his spare time. 




freshman Class 



Mac McDonald When Mac enters the elevator, the operator counts by threes. 

John Misera hlis thoughts are in Cincinnatti most of the time with a fair young thing. 

Dominic Mistretta He was quite proud of his first pair of shoes, but finds, nevertheless, that Chicago sidewalks are 

harder on the feet than the Florida swamps. 
John Negrevski I am short, stocky, and have dark curly hair (What there is of it!) and work for the hlolland, Michigan, 

Chamber of Commerce. Who am I? 
Roy Newman The iron man of the class, manages to work nights, go to school and finally take unto himself a wife, 

all in one semester. What do you do in your spare time, Roy? 
Chuck Niblick If Chuck invents a dental instrument, it will probably be called a Niblick iron. 

Wally Niedzwiadek For short, Nietedszywieadeck. 
Lou Northouse An erstwhile pedagogue, he is attending classes in the capacity of a student for the first time 

in five years. 
John O'Connell Not to be confused with a famous concern on South State Street. 

Ooops" O'Malley We have to look twice in some of our classes to distinguish the Jeep's bald head from those of the 

professors. 
Bob Oppice Bob has quite a reputation to live up to, if he intends to follow his father's footsteps, 

f^rank Ponico Frank, like his famous father, planned to tickle the ivories only in a different profession. 

Flexor Powlowski Specializes in cubical engineering. 
George Petty The Utah Eunuch with his voice of crackling glass. 

Kayo" Pitzer We all turn to Kayo for his fatherly advice. He's the other married man in the class. 

Dick Remijas We hope he can learn something about setting teeth by watching the pin-setters in the bowling 

alleys. 
Chuck Ridenour Dr. Holmes is quite perturbed over Chuck's lack of sleep. 

Ray Rux Ray gained far-reaching fame from a scholarly dissertation for Dr. Girsamore Intramembroneous 

bone formation. 
Jimmy Sedlockek He is a star salesman -at least when it comes to selling Freshman dance tickets. 
Thad Siemion He should be a chiropodist, he's an authority on the "hot-foot" - Ask the gnome. 

Boyce Smith Smitie deserves much credit as handler for our vaulting champ, the Jeep. 

Dick Sochowski So the Aorta is a branch of blood? How about that, Dick? 

Harold Stockier He's a nice quiet boy, so Dr. Holmes says. 

Ralph Suriano When reprimanded for searching his inferior meatus with the phalanx of his fore-finger he replied 

"I'm just having a little fun on my own hook." 
Bob Vegter He has a diamond on the third finger, left hand of a young lady in Michigan. 

Stan Wawroski The anatomy wizard of the class, he assists Dr. Fouser in the laboratory. 

Warren Wright He must hove gone to Business School —at least he chews gum in a steno's reputed manner. 

Mike Zakula The Minnesota timber wolf ran true to form at the Freshman dance. 

Ed Ziolkowski The class authority on tfie Vth and Vllth cranial nerves. Just ask him. 




McDonold 
Misera 



Mistretta 
Negrevski 



Newman 

Niblick 

Niedzwiadek 

Northouse 

O'Connell 



O'Malley 

Oppice 

Panico 

Pawlikowski 

Petty 



Pitzer 

Remijas 

Ridenour 

Rux 

Sedlacek 



Siemion 

Smith 

Sochowski 

Stockier 

Suriano 



Vegter 

Wawroski 
Wright 
Zakula 
Ziolkowski 




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We welcome this opportunity to congratulate you upon the completion of your college 
work and extend sincere wishes for your success. • No matter where you practice, 
you will find S. S. White representatives and authorized dealers ready and anxious 
to serve you. Do not hesitate to contact these men, or 
write direct whenever you think we can be of assistance. 
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office that will win and hold the 
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livill it be as much as you expect? 

During these formative years will you be one of 
the dentists who has gone forward ... or will you 
be one who "just gets along"? 

It pays to look at all factors before you invest in 
any dental equipment . . . but^nd out first what 
the manufacturer does for you. 

Ritter does more than furnish you 

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including the planning of your first 
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your practice. 

Your Ritter dealer will explain how 
this company "follows through" 
with you long after you have made 
your investment in the world's 
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We have the largest and most complete Stock to be 
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Wide assortments of Notebooks, Blankbooks,' Loose- 
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TO THE 

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MICHAEL J. FLYNN 

County Clerk 




Let a new American Dental 
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in your practice. The Ameri- 
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Every thing you need will be 
at your finger tips . . . within 
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... he will be glad to help 
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CHICAGO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 
DENTAL SCHOOL OF LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 

1757 West Harrison Street 
Chicago, 111. 

Accelerated Dental Educational 
Program Effective June 29, 1942 

TO MEET the demands being created by the war, the Chicago 
College of Dental Surgery, Dental School of Loyola Univer- 
sity, announces that a program of accelerated dental education 
will begin on June 29, 1942. 

1. Freshman students will be admitted to begin class on June 
29, 1942, and again on October 5, 1942. Those admitted in 
June will graduate in August 1945, while those beginning in 
October will graduate in December 1945. 

2. The same requirements for entrance will be enforced; namely, 
a minimum of sixty semester hours of approved college credit, 
including one year in each of the following subjects: Enghsh, 
chemistry, biology, and physics, and one-half year of organic 
chemistry. 

3. Education will be on a quarter system, each year to consist 
of four quarters, of eleven weeks each. Thus each student 
will be in attendance for forty-four weeks of each year for a 
three-year period. 

4. There will be no diminution in the ciuality and ciuantity of 
instruction heretofore given in four academic years. 

5. There will be no increase in tuition and fees. 

It is felt that accelerated education in the fields of health serv- 
ice will avert a shortage of dentists and physicians to care for the 
needs of the armed forces and the public, and the standardizing 
agencies of dental and medical education have approved this pro- 
cedure. 



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IMJ^lLlii'lElKI J is a methyl methacrylatc composition. Moldont has 
been-formulatod to meet the exacting requirements of a denture base material 
and has been used successfully by dentists and laboratories for over four years. 
Moldent is one of the original denture base materials of the methyl mcthacrylate 
type having been demonstrated at The Mid- Winter Clinic of The Chicago Dental 
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make it the outstanding contribution to the denture ba.se field since the introduction 
of the acrylic type of material. Some Moldent advantages: 

— i.s "free from stress and strain" — hence never checks a tooth. 

— eliminates porosity and pits entirely without the use of any additional 
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— is fast setting . . . ready to pack within 23/^ minutes. 

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— contains no ingredients of doubtful toxicity. 

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