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LIBRARY 
lOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTEt 



DENTOS 1978 




LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 
SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 



Maywood, Illinois 



Editors 
Lou Himmelstein Steve Norberg 



CONTRIBUTORS 



HONOR ROLL 



Dr. A. W. Gargiulo Dr. W. Schoenheider 

Loyola University Alumni Association Dr. R. Suriano 



Anonymous 
Dr. I. Frank Brzezinski 
Dr. J. L. Champagne 
Father L. Evett 

Dr. Warren Y. Avny 

Dr. R. Berlin 

Dr. James Best 

Dr. James A. Brady 

Dr. Milton L. Braun 

Mrs. Marjorie Cletcher 

Dr. D. Doemling 

Dr. P. H. Garvin 

Dr. R. Gerhard 

Dr. Bernard J. Grothaus 



PATRONS 



Dr. J. V. Madonia and the Pub Crew 
Dr. W. J. Stoffel 
Dr. S. Svalina 



DONORS 



Dr. Gerald R. Heiman 

Dr. M. Marshack 

Dr. Ronald J. Mazukelli 

Dr. T. Nading 

Dr. J. Pisano 

Dr. Z. C. Porter 

Dr. Fern Sanner 

Dr. M. Smulson 

Dr. N. K. Wood 



Graduation culminates for each of you a long crusade. You completed approximately 
twenty years of formal education and are about to embark on your life's work putting all that 
education into practice and service. To this I sincerely say congratulations, and well done. 

The last four years we have spent working together, you, the faculty, the staff, and the 
administration. Unfortunately, in our efforts and because of our schedules, we do not 
always get to know each other as well as we would like. But you, the graduate, is what this 
school is all about. You are our reason for being the ultimate expression of our service to 
the community and the country. Through you we serve millions of people. You are Loyola 
University School of Dentistry. 

Similarly the school is part of you, and you will always be identified with the dental school 
you graduated from. We will endeavor to keep your school and its reputation held in the 
high esteem it is today. We are proud of our graduates, and our graduates can have the 
same pride in their school. ■< 




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DENTAL 
ASSISTING 



ARNO 
LESHIN 



ADAM 
ROCZEL 



WILLIAM 
SCHOENHEIDER 



ORAL SURGERY 




MARJORIE CLAUDIA 
CLETCHER CICCARELLI 




ROCCO 
LATRONICA 



FERN 
SANNER 



DEAN 
SKUBLE 



MICROBIOLOGY 



RADIOLOGY 




ANDREW JON 

CHLUDZINSKI SUZUKI 









THOMAS A. GAHHtll JEROME JAMES 

EMMERING BERLEY CHAMPAGNE GANDLEY 




ROBERT GURMEET LOTHAR 

POLLOCK DHALIWAL HUSSMAN McREYNOLDS NOLAN 



WALTER 
WALZAK 




GREGORY GEORGE 
MACALUSO MATOUSEK 



PEDODONTICS 



MARTIN 



BOLESLAW ROBERT 



ANTHONY 
YOUNG 



MARSHACK MAZUR 



MROZ 




ORTHODONTICS 




KRISTINA NIPAVANN 

PHILLIPS RACHIKIREE 



LEWIS 
KLAPPER 



TIMOTHY ROBERT 

REARDON THOMAS 



PATRICK 
TOTO 



VICTOR 
JABLOKOW 



BERNARD 
JAROSLAW 



LIMIN HUEY 

LIN LIU 



OLIVIA 
RAMIREZ 



ALICIA 
RUBENSTEIN 



OPERATIVE DENTISTRY 




ADALBERT JOHN DONALD THEODORE FRANK MARTIN HERBERT 

VLAZNY BRACKETT BRANDEAU BRASKY BRZEZINSKI DETTMER FRIEDMAN 




MELVIN MEERA 

LISZKOWSKI MAHAJAN 



RONALD JOHN 

NIERENBERG PETRIE 



THOMAS EDWARD WILLIAM 

RUSSELL SOPER STOFFEL 



PHYSIOLOGY / PHARMACOLOGY 




DONALD LOUIS PRISCILLA DOUGLAS STEVEN 

DOEMLING BLANCHET BOURGAULT BOWMAN SVALINA 



BONNIE 
WINGO 



DENTAL MATERIALS 




JOHN 
O'CONNELL 



PHILIP 
SCHOEN 



WILLIAM 
SCHOEN 



PERIODONTICS 




ANTHONY MICHAEL LEON 

5ARGIUL0 COMAR COVERLY 



JOHN 
FRANCIS 



PENNY 
SPECTOR 



NENITA 
GARCIA 



FRANK 
MAGGIO 








CARL 



LLOYD 



ROBERSON WEISSMAN HAUPERS LAUDANDO TILT 



PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH 




KIRK JAMES 

HOERMAN FORKINS 



WILLIAM CHRIS 

HOGAN SARLAS 



REMOVABLE PROSTHODONTICS 




ROBERT HARDY 

SOMMERFELD ENSING 



GEORGE GREGORY RINERT 

FUTRIS GAZDA GERHARD 



RALPH FRED 

MITCHENER PACER 



JAMES DAVID 

PARADOWSKI VALENTINE 



DERWOOD MICHAEL 

HATTENDORF KOWALIK 




ORA^ DIAGNOSIS 




FRANK 
ORLAND 



LEE 

SCHWARTZ 



ADMINISTRATIVE AND DEPARTMENTAL SECRETARIES 







ANTOINETTE 

LEHMAN 

DENTAL 

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COMMUNITY 

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MOLLY HADDIX, DIANE GUIDICE, JOYCE CASEY, ARI LEBLEBIJIAN, JANET OLIVIO, JUDY STEW- 
ART, NANCY WISSER, DEBBIE CASEY, BOBBIE SCHAFF, BEA BARTHELMEY, KATHY POGGEN- 
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PEDODONTICS: Susan Kudron 




D.A.U.: Lynda Tomaszewski, Antoinette Bromberek, Evelyn Fiske, 
June Butler, Florence Lubeckis, Patricia Riccoboni, Aldona Anglickis 





ORTHODONTICS: Eleanor Carter, Deborah Shelle- 
rud, Beverly McClendon, Theresa Stefan, Jan Olivio 



ORAL SURGERY: Lois Stewart, Joyce Smith, Wilma 
Olishifski, Angela Mangi and Ted Quilitz not being satis- 
fied as a mere oral surgeon subs as a nurse, receptionist, 
and dental assistant in his spare time. 





CASHIER AND CENTRAL SUPPLY: Anne 
Janetka, Susan Gerdzunas 



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CENTRAL STERILIZATION: Kathy Healy, Mic 
helle Sherrier, Jen Artos, Mary Ellen Cabernoch, Jessie 
Purnell, Barbera Aul 




SERVICE AUXILARY TO LOYOLA DENTAL SCHOOL (SALUDS) a volunteer organization 
composed of sitting: Patricia Blecha, Lillian Kaminski, Ruth Suriano, Lorraine Piekos, Garcia Battistoni; 
STANDING: Mary Kurby, Florence Siemion, Josephine FencI, Rosemary Borello, Eleanor Palloto, Mildred 
Vlazny, Darlene Discipio, Beverly Javor 



DUE TO THE FACT THAT THE 
YEARBOOK HAD DEADLINES TO 
MEET AND THAT PICTURES OF 
RECENT AS WELL AS SOME FOR- 
MER FACULTY AND STAFF WERE 
NOT AVAILABLE AND THAT A 
SMALL PERCENTAGE OF FACULTY 
AND STAFF TURNOVER OCCURS ^ 
YEARLY, THE YEARBOOK RE- 
GRETS THAT IT WAS UNABLE TO 
INCLUDE PICTURES OF ALL FAC- ( 
ULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS. 




RADIOLOGY: Mary Suranic, Betty SWITCHBOARD: Ellen Kirk, 
Jean Anderson Charlotte Kryfka 




FIXED PROSTHO LAB: Greg nRTuni ar- t q REMOVABLE PROSTHO: Norman 

Miller ORTHO LAB. Tom Sawyer Sawyer, Gene Pinta 



HANKO AND HIS BOOKSTORE BANDITS 




Constance Parker 



Charlotte Kohout 
Fannie Reed 



Ann Rose Pechal 



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S. Downey 



W. Dudek 




M. Fagan 



R. Fischer 



T. George 



M. Gika 



W. Groetsema 




A. Kendall 



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K. Kennedy 



K. King 



D. Kleiber 




C. McMullan M. Middlebrooks 



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V. Romanelli E. Rothman 



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Thanks to the two percent; they 
even made the jags bearable. 



TIMOTHY 
AIOSSA 









THOMAS 
ANGLIM 





RANDAL 
ASHTON 

I would like to say that I 
enjoyed the personal interest Dr. 
Smulson and Dr. Gargiulo 
showed in my academic 
achievement but since I do not 
lie . . . Furthermore, if it were 
not for Physiology and 
Pharmacology lectures I would 
never have had enough sleep to 
make it through the day. If 
someone picks up this book 
twenty years from now I just 
want them to remember me for 
my outstanding punctuality. And 
thank you Maggie for getting me 
up during lecture when I was 
caught with my head down. 
Thanks Loyola for so much for 
so long. 




MICHAEL 
BAGBY 







^^^,t*^.iy^' "'"he gyrations of a fish caught on 



a hook look peculiar to other fish 
that do not understand the 
circumstances. 



PHILIP 
BAKER 




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Dale 
Bakke 



Other than the genuine appreciation I have of my 
friends here at Loyola, I really didn't know what I 
wanted to express here. Somehow this poem 
seemed appropriate, however, so I'm including it 
here for your benefit. I think it has something to say 
about the four years of dental school, although you 
may have to read it more than once to really grasp 
its meaning . . . 

THEJABBERWOCKY 
'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves 
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: 
All mimsy were the borogroves, 
And the mome raths outgrabe. 
"Beware the Jabberwok, my son. 
The laws that bite, the claws that 
catch! 

Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun 
The frumious Bandersnatch!" 
He took his vortal sword in hand: 
Long time the manxome foe he sought — 
So rested he by the Tumtum tree. 
And stood awhile In thought. 
And as in uffish thought he stood, 
The Jabberwok, with eyes aflame, 
Came whiffing through the tulgey wood. 
And burbled as It came! 
One, two! One, two! And through and 
through 

The vorpal blade went snlckersnack! 
He left it dead, and with it's head 
He went galumphing back. 
"And hasn't thou slain the Jabberwok? 
Come to my arms my beamish boy! 
Oh frabjous day! Callough! Callay!" 
'Twas brilllg and the slithy toves 
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: 
All mimsy were the borogroves. 
And the mome raths outgrabe. 

Lewis Carroll 








DONALD 
BARRETT 





MICHAEL 
BENTLEY 



Summarizing four years at Loyola Dental 
School, i.e. the Ivory Tower, in a meaningful or 
even in an overview style is admittedly a diffi- 
cult task. There was the overwhelming shock 
of first quarter freshman year (for me at least 
due to an S.I.U. lifestyle which I have since 
resumed) all the way to entering the clinics 
and supposedly knowing how to play 
"Dr."This will be similar to graduation where 
the day before we'll be told to refine this or 
that and then the next day we are Dr. and we 
refine as per individual. So, what does this all 
mean? It means to me that I met some people 
I'll never forget and hope to be seeing for 
years to come, had good times that are blurred 
by more good times but are still niched, and 
drank and pushed Busch Beer to the utmost of 
my ability. I hope everyone attains or finds 
what they are after but yet remembers the 
times, some good and some bad, at Loyola 
and above all has a good time down the road. 
Carry on and be talking to you. 





JOSE 
BLANCO 





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WILLIAM 

(TODD) 

BOLLAERT 



MARGARET 
BRAZONES 







ROBERT 
BRUNETTI 





JOHN 
CAVERS 




TIMOTHY 
CHATTERLEY 




STEVEN 
CHENG 




VICKYANN 
CHROBAK 




TOM 
CRATIN 




VINCENT 
CRESCENZO 




DANIEL 
CUSTIS 




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DE WITT 



My 4 years at Loyola University Dental School has 
jvoked many emotions but mainly that of thanks. Thanks 
. . . 

. Dr. Schwartz, for teaching me how to spot a Class 
/ foil lesion at 50 paces . . . Dr. Smulson for instilling in 
ne the famous Jewish proverbs "the main function of the 
leart is to pump blood to the dental pulp, therefore the 
sole reason for a heart transplant is to save the teeth" 
ind "there is no canal like a root canal" . . .Or. Weine, 
or teaching how to fill that canal with "Sterile Horseshit" 

. . Dr. Emmering, for teaching me how to look at 
leqatives ... Dr. Braun, for convincing me not to do 
)rtno ... Dr. Stoffel for teaching me that arnafgam 
estorations are great ... Dr. Kozie, for teaching me that 
jold restorations are great (er) . . . Drs. Gowgiel and 
(iely, for teaching me the only way to remember 
lomething is with mnemonics ... Dr. Siraki, for 
:onvincing me "you ViN enjoy histology!" . . .Dr. 
Henneman, for teaching me what real teeth DON'T look 
ike . . . Dr. Madonia, for teaching me the physiologic 
;ffects of alcohol ... Dr. Quilitz, for teaching me how to 
:ollect pens . . . Dr. Grandel, for teaching me a specialty 
ike Pedo requires a special type of person . . .Dr. 
^lazny, for teaching me how to make changes . . .Mr. 
^anko, for showing me that "Love of money is the root of 
ill evil" ... my classmates, who if nothing else made me 
ealize "we're all in the same boat" but also for all of the 
riendships of the past 4 years ... my wife, Babette, for 
vithout whom I would have never finished. Her 
;ncouragement, understanding, patience, love and most 
)f all her friendship have been the cornerstone of the last 
I- years. . . to my children, Eric and Nicole, for just 
)eing. 

And so Loyola and friends, good-bye, but not without 
ny saying again . . . "Thanks!" (Remember if it's corny 
t's true) 




TOM 
DONAHUE 





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DANIEL 
DONOHO 



Perhaps the most important aspect of our four years at 
Loyola has been the close friendships we've had the 
opportunity to make. I hope that over the years we'll be able 
to remain in contact and occasionally get together as a 
group. If you're ever near the Fox Valley Center please stop 
in and say hello; with any luck I'll still be there. 





STEVEN 
DOWNEY 





WALTER 
DUDEK 





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LINDSAY 
EASTMAN 



Reflecting over the past four years, 
I am amazed at the multitude of chal- 
lenging experiences we have all 
shared and conquered together. At 
times, the fast pace of school, the 
responsibilities to accept, and the 
deadlines to meet, along with constant 
pressures, made me think twice about 
my future in dentistry. But life is like 
that, and I have had to adjust my life 
style to meet these demands. 

Learning can be fascinating, and 
the knowledge I have gained concern- 
ing dentistry is every bit as exciting 
and fascinating as I thought it would 
be twelve years ago when I set my 
number one goal in life — which was 
to get accepted into dental school. 

Since that first September after- 
noon almost four years ago, I've got- 
ten to know a super bunch of human 
beings, many of whom have helped 
me time and time again — but that's 
what friends are all about. What will I 
remember most about dental school? 
Certainly not mock boards, instruc- 
tors, nor the countless hours spent in 
lab. I will, however, remember all my 
friends; together we've faced the ups 
and downs of dental school; and 
together we've triumphed. 



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GERALD 
ELPERT 



I would like to thank my family, 
friends, and the bank for helping 
me through these four years of 
trauma. 




RONALD 
ERICKSON 








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JOHN EVANS 





MICHAEL 
FAGAN 




REINHOLD FISCHER 





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THOMAS 
GEORGE 



As I am thinking about some- 
thing to say for the yearbook, 
several thoughts enter my mind. 
I hope graduation does not 
mean goodbye. I would like to 
stay in touch with the friends I 
have made. 

I am both honored and 
relieved to have the educational 
and inspirational years of Loyola 
"behind" me (Tee, Hee, Hee!). 

Thank-you, Loyola for doing 
your best and for letting me be a 
part of you. Being Greek sort of 
prepared me for some of what 
you offered, but all things con- 
sidered you actually do turn out 
a pretty good dentist. Thanks 
again. 

I'll close by wishing everyone 
the best of everything. 
Sincerely, 

Thomas H. George, D.D.S. 
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what it looks like. 
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CARL 
JURGENS 





KEN KAUFMAN 





ALAN KENDALL 



Four years ago I never thought 
that I would ever become a Sen- 
ior here at L.U. Those many mis- 
takes one makes as a Freshman 
are soon forgotten as one prog- 
resses on the long road to their 
final year. The clinic to me was a 
blessing, for I learned to like 
dentistry more than I ever had 
before. I would look forward to 
spending another day in the 
clinic, because I enjoyed it. I 
really think that first patient you 
work on in the clinic breaks the 
fear and anxiety that you have 
had before going to the clinic. 
Being from Silvis, Illinois, the 
shock of Chicago will never leave 
my memories, and 135 class- 
mates will always be my friends. 
I liked our class and I liked the 
school. But those patients! 
Where do they get them? So 
long, Class of '78. You're now 
just a memory. 






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ITHACA 

When you start on your journey to Ithaca 

then pray that the road is long, 

full of adventure, full of knowledge. 

Do not fear that Lestrygonlans 

and the Cyclopes and the angry Poseidon. 

You will never meet such as these on your path, 

if your thoughts remain lofty, if a fine 

emotion touches your body and your spirit. 

You will never meet the Lestrygonlans, 

the Cyclopes and the Poseidon, 

if you do not carry them within your soul, 

if your soul does not raise them up before you. 

Then pray that the road is long. 

That the summer mornings are many, 

that you will enter fxsrts seen for the first time 

with such pleasure, with such joy! 

Stop at Phoenician markets, 

and purchase fine merchandise, 

mother-of-pearl and corrals, amber and ebony, 

and pleasurable perfumes of all kinds, 

buy as many pleasurable perfumes as you can; 

visit hosts of Egyptian cities, 

to learn and learn from those who have knowledge. 

Always keep Ithaca fixed in your mind. 

To arrive there is your ultimate goal. 

But do not hurry the voyage at all. 

It is better to let it last for long years; 

and even to anchor at the isle when you are old, 

rich with all that you have gained on the way, 

not expecting that Ithaca will offer you riches. 

Ithaca has given you the beautiful voyage 

Without her you would never have taken the road. 

But she has nothing more to give you. 

And if you find her poor, Ithaca has not defrauded you. 

With the great wisdom you have gained, with so much experience 

you must surely have understood by then what Ithaca means. 

KAVAFIS 



GARY 
KRUEGER 





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JOHN 
MARESH 



Having traveled from the coyote state of South Dakota to the 
concrete and steel city of Chicago (we have just as much wind back in 
South Dakota). To enroll in Loyola's School of Dentistry seemed at the 
time to be a great adventure. Four years later I can look back to what 
has been more than an adventure, but an experience to be 
remembered, memorable because of the Class of '78. All of you great 
people, and many of you close friends. You managed to make it fun. 






BRADLEY 
MARVEL 







ROBERT 
MATTHEWS 





LES 
McKANE 




STANLEY 
McMORROW ^ 



CANDICE 
McMULLAN 





MICHAEL 
MIDDLEBROOKS 





CHARLES 
MILLER 





The worth of an experience can be measured only 
in retrospect. A future vantage point must, 
therefore, be chosen to evaluate my Loyola 
experience. 



DAVID 
MIN 



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After thinking about this for a while, the proper 
words are still very difficult to find. One thing I can 
say for sure is that I am very grateful for the 
opportunity to be here, and I am thankful for the 
great friends that I have met here. I don't think that 
I have met a group of people that I have respected 
more than the members of my class. 

It has been a long hard climb, but we have made 
it together. The only thing I can add is a few words 
from a song by my friend Bob Dylan. 
"They say everything must be replaced 
They say that every distance is not near 
But I'll remember every face 
Of every man who put me here 
I see my life come shining 
From the west down to the east 
Any day now. Any day now 
I shall be released" 




YEMIMMA 
MISHELL 





IRENE 
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Dental school will always be a mystery to me. It 
should be quite simple to understand because all 
people do is have their teeth fixed here. It becomes 
complex because of people like me who attempt to 
do that "simple" act, it becomes increasingly 
complex with the presence of people like Schwartz, 
Gazda, Weine, Smulson, Dinga, Vlazny, Pacer, 
Church, and others whom I admire but will never 
understand, and finally it becomes unfathomable 
insofar as it attempts to encompass the endless 
quantity of knowledge on the subject of human 
teeth in human beings. 

A lot of what IS accomplished at school is nothing 
short of miraculous. I'm always surprised when 
something really works. I could look at something 
well done for days . . . 

The patients were unforgettable. I take my hat off 
to the patients; they deserve the diploma. Some 
weren't too reliable and therefore inconsiderate. 
Most, though, did arrive at the school on time and 
expected me to carry out their treatment. That was a 
simple act to them, but to me, when I stopped to 
think about it, it was a demonstration of a lot of faith 
and trust. I almost always returned the honor and 
the one or two times I felt I did not I'll have to live 
with. 

I wish I would write more. These words, like 
dental school, have attempted to compress an 
enormity into a moment. 




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NASH 




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The impossible task I had as photographer for 
this yearbook was only accomplished by the help 
and co-operation I received from several people, 
and to them I am thankful. After four Loyola years 
the most valuable treasures I'll leave with are the 
friends and memories I've found here; those so 
inseparably intertwined with the mountains and 
mole hills we jointly conquered. 




WILLIAM 
NICKEL 





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There are two things to aim at in life; First, to get 
what you want; and, after that, to enjoy it. Only the 
wisest of mankind achieve the second. 

— L. Smith 




STEVEN NORBERG 

What an odd feeling! After twenty-one years of school and relative 
shelter, the "Real" world can no longer be avoided. What a fitting 
climax to all of that organized education — Loyola Dental School. 
These four years have made me realize that if I can handle dental 
school and do dentistry, I can accomplish just about anything I'm to 
set my mind to do. 

The only feeling even similar to the blessing of parole from Loyola 
is the pardon from living in the Chicago area. Deb has sacrificed 
much to help me through this school and it's now my pleasure to 
reciprocate while she attends law school. 

As I finish dental school and start my family, my biggest wish is 
that all the friends I've made here will someday, somehow 
experience the same amount of happiness that I feel now. 





DAN O'CONNELL 




LORE MERRICK O'FLAHERTY 



Dear Classmates, 

Four years. Days that seemed like weeks, weeks that passed like 
days. Where did the time go? What did we achieve? 

In spite of the frustrations, humiliations, many wasted hours of poor 
lectures, waiting in lines and making things shiny; in spite of those of 
our class who disappointed us by stealing, cheating and profiteering; in 
spite of these obstacles, most of us achieved so much — maturity, last- 
ing friendships, self-confidence, and a basic dental education. 

For many of you I'll always hold a special place in my heart; for others 
a special place in my memories. To those of you who have added so 
much to my life — Thanks — I'll always be your friend in spirit, if not in 
deed. 

Then, there is one extremely special person who really changed my 
life so much for the better — I can never thank Loyola enough for Pat. 

Finally I could not have asked for more from these four years. I feel 
very lucky to have gained all I have, and very privileged to have been a 
partof your lives. 

I wish you all the best — you deserve no less. 





PATRICK 
O' FLAHERTY 



May the road rise to meet you. 
May the wind be always at your 
back. May the sun shine warm 
upon your face, the rains fall soft 
upon your fields and, until we 
meet again. May God hold you in 
the palm of His hand. 

— An Irish Blessing 




ROBERT 
OSLAK 



Let the land be sown in dispair, 
and discord reap the wind. 
Fear not, for I am safe at last. 




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MICHAEL PODLUSKY 

"The purpose of the heart is to pump blood to the dental pulp." Once 
I heard this statement, I knew it was going to t)e a long time before I 
would reach any acceptable level of understanding and knowledge here 
at LDS. But knowledge and its resulting key to a profession was what I 
wanted, so I worked my tail off just as everyone else did. It wasn't easy, 
especially so because of Mines daily, three more days a week at another 
hospital, worrying about increasing loan amounts, pompous professors 
teaching irrelevant courses, patient disappointments for mock boards, 
high school antics and cliques of several student groups, $30 books 
bought but never used since exams were from the notes, spending 
thousands on kits that didn't include items we really needed, trying to 
finish clinic by graduation to avoid paying extra rent, putting up with 
people that wondered why we weren't going to be Real Doctors instead 
of only dentists but being jealous of us anyway because dentists are all 
rich, and not understanding why we're so worned about money now. 
The list is endless. 

There were some times that were actually enjoyable. New close 
friends were made, vacations really did come after finals. Anatomy lab 
ended, "getting married" became a reality, learning tons of facts and 
techniques despite all the obstacles in our way, experiencing a "good 
apical seal" and "bilateral balanced occlusion", passing Boards and 
meeting wonderful patients. I don't know if these points balance out the 
bad; I hope things get better — it's hard to imagine them too much 
worse. But I'm grateful I was able to be here, to feel it all and still 
survive fairly sane — but certainly older and questionably wiser. Good 
luck to us all. 





JESSE 
PORTER 




"I'll never do this again. 
— Black Magic 







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THE TOOTH FAIRY (OR, THE BOYS IN THE BANDS) 
I had a little toothie 
It wasn't very straight 
I took it to my dentist 
Before it was too late 
He put it in a band 
He put it in a strap 
At first it was intruded 
But now it's in my lap 
It was just a baby 
Another took its place 
A toothie can't be crooked 
If you want a pretty face 
So back in bands they put me 
With straps from ear to ear 
And said, "Come back and see us. 
Fifty times a year." 
So every week I visit 
My teeth don't move so far 
But my dentist he is driving 
A brand new shiny car 





GARY POTEMPA 




JEAN REZZO 




VINCENT 
ROMANELLI 



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Every time I think, I smile, just remem- 
bering all the good and not go good 
times we've had . . . And it's nice look- 
ing forward to the future. We can just 
relax and be ourselves. Sandi has a way 
of making me really high on life, and I 
like It, so we plan to make it a lasting 
affair. The future will find me located in a 
dental practice at Suite 503, State Bank 
Center, Freeport, III. Anyone any time 
that is in the area feel free to come in. 
The best of luck to everyone and hope to 
see you all once in a while at the A. DA. 
Conventions. 




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ROBERT 
SCHMIDT 

The most unforgettable things about 
dental school are how difficult it really 
was, the long, hard hours o' studies and 
tests. Even though I had many miles to 
commute, my class mates, parents, but 
especially my wife made it all worthwhile. 
I am looking forward to my career as a 
dentist; it was a long, hard wait. 







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SCHOEFFLER 



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Dental School, like life, is a mystery to be 
lived, not just a problem to be solved. 




DAN 
SHONDEFF 





CHARLES 
SIAUCIUNAS 





PAUL 
SIMMONS 






JOHN C. 
SKREKO 



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PATRICK 
SMITH 





JOSEPH SOLEK 



'Jesus, I'm depressed" 










BRENT 
SONNENBERG 



MICHAEL 
SORGEN 



Life is like an onion; you 
peel off one layer at a time, 
and sometimes you weep. 





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JON B. SUZUKI 



It has been an honor and pleasure to serve 
you as Senior Class President. The experi- 
ences we shared have engendered a unity and 
spirit unique to our class. It is this special 
quality that I will carry with me for the rest of 
my professional career. Aloha. 

President, Class of '78 



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ROKSOLANA 

TYMIAK- 

LONCHYNA 






The past four years have afforded me the opportunity to learn and develop a wide assortment of new skills, 
helped in the making of new friendships and has contributed in my growth as a person. There have been 
aggravations, frustrations, failures, disappointments, success and happiness. Looking back I can say it was 
worthwhile and at times even fun. 



DONALD UCZEN 



RICHARD 
ULRICH 





SUSAN 
VOORHEES 





KERRY 
WALDEE 



"I have never let my schooling interfere with my 
education" 

Mark Twain 

History has never accused Mark Twain of attending 
dental school. 



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"The profession of dentistry is a reflection of our times. Almost everyone seems to have a quest for 
individuality. I remember a young dentist I met last year who had a rather large red Afro. He was a gentle kind 
man, but at first sight I wondered how he could make a living in Dentistry. Didn't his hair style turn off people. 
Later, I realized it turned off only the people he didn't care to treat. He had a nice practice." 

Ronald Goldstein 

Editor — Alpha Omega 



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LARRY ZAGER 



Four years of dental school have come to an end. It seems to have gone by so fast and yet when I look back 
to my first quarter of Freshman year — I feel a decade has passed. Many of my fellow classmates were single 
and now they are married; some are even parents. 

There are many memories that I shall be unable to forget. I will always remember those early 7:00 A.M. wax- 
ups in Oral Morphology, those late Saturday nights with the cadaver and being locked up during a Histology 
Lab Practical while the other half of the class took the test. 

Who can forget those great pep talks about acting as a professional person with dignity and yet, seeing 
otherwise. I am very thankful to know that there are many devoted teachers and staff who continuously try and 
make the dental school a progressive and stimulating institution. To those members of the faculty and staff, I 

would like to personally thank you. I realize it may 
seem that the students do not appreciate your 
efforts but we do! 

To all of my classmates and friends, I want to wish 
you a lot of health and happiness in the dental 
profession and in your own personal lives. The 
pleasure was mine . . . 






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"Hey guys, do you know what one pulp said to the 
other?" . . . 




'Hey class, what did one pulp say to the other? 



Nobody cared about what the pulp said. 




•Will the Seniors assigned to Oral Surgery Block 
olease report there immediately , . ." 



"Thank God I'm not going into Pedo! 




"But Stan, will you still love me tomor- 
row?" 



"Two things Steve, first you've obturated the wrong cavity, and 
second, your sterile technique was poor." 




"I could do better with my eyes closed. 



I thought this was a dental school, not a circus! 




"Let me teach you how to be a big man in Dentist- 
ry" 



DR HARRIS Why did you cross the transverse ridge' IRENE: To 
get to ttie other side' 




"He even has hair on the inside of his mouth!" 
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"And I put this new carburetor on my Baracuda 




'Lift your leg and pant like a dog." 



■Let me draw you a picture , 




'How can you do good work with a cord this short!! 



Where the Elite meet to eat. 




"Can't wait til tomorrow because I get better looking 
everyday." 



Dr. Schwartz tighting 'em oft. 




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"What's 24 across?" 



Who needs the chartroom? 




"If you don't like the teeth, we can rearrange your tace, 
hmm?" 



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DENTOS 1978 STAFF 







EDITORS-IN-CHIEF: 

Lou Himmelstein 
Steve Norberg 

TREASURER: 
Ed Rothman 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: 

George Neal 

PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: 

Diane Kleiber 
George Neal 
Bill Nickel 
Rick Patelski 
Jesse Porter 
Harlan Schufeldt 
Kerry Waldee 
Norman Wat 



LAYOUT EDITOR: 

PatO'Flaherty 

LAYOUT STAFF: 

Diane Kleiber 
Randy Hahn 
Gary Krueger 
Yemimma Mishell 
Lorie O'Flaherty 
PatO'Flaherty 
Jean Poskus 
Kathy Shanel 
Mike Sorgen 
Sue Voorhees 
Kerry Waldee 



It's truly amazing — what began as a mere idea tossed around in Andy's Restaurant at 2 a.m. is now the volume 
you hold in your hand. The monumental task of creating this yearbook was accomplished only through the wonder- 
ful creativity, constant dedication, and just plain long hard hours of work on the pari of every single staff member 
— they deserve all credit possible. We would like to extend special thanks to the following individuals who gave so 
unselfishly of their time and effort: George Neal, Bill Nickel, Pat and Lone O'Flaherty, and Kerry Waldee. 

Four arduous years of our young lives — we came in starry-eyed and are leaving bleary-eyed. We've been 
through hell, but rather than dwell on it, let us all live the longest, most enjoyable and fulfilling lives conceivable. An 
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