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LOYOLA STRITCH 




Class of 85 



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.OYOLA STRITCH 



Steven Abram Celestine Amaefule John Andreoni Jeffrey Aoki Brian Bane 

)aniel Batlan Herbert Berger John Bradtke Robert Brockman Jan Brzozowski 

Dhris Cappelle Elsamma Chacko Gregory Chaljub Valerie Chirurgi Greg Christensen 

aeorge Christy Scott Cinel Steven Cohen Lydia Collins Daniel Conway 

Julia Cooper Kevin Cox Laura Cozzi Lee Crocker Juanita Decker 

Randal DeFelice Crystal DeGraw Mark Diamond Thomas Duckett 

Katie Dudley Margaret Egan Farshid Eshaghpour David Evans Lorene Fabrizius 

Boleslaus Falinski David Frank Raymond Georgen Marc Gerdisch 

Anthony Giamberdino Patricia Giuffre Thomas Goblirsch Stewart Goldman Lorraine Griffin 

Richard Griffin Bruce Groom Stephen Gryzlo Michael Gutziet David Harris 

William Hoffman Richard Horndasch Christine Ingle Stuart Issleib Mary Jachec 

Leslie Jacobs Debbie Johnson Jerriiyn Jutton John Kail Mitchel Katz 

Timothy Kietzman Donald Kim Linda Kleitman Bradley Koloms Eric Kuhn 

Michael Landau Daryl LaRusso Michele Lauer Kenneth Liesen John Lind 

Thomas Losasso Michael Luu Anthony Massimillo Maureen Matula Terence Mayers 

Virginia McDonald Kevin McEvoy Carole Meyer Ann Minciotti Robert Munson 

Carol Murakami Patricia Naughton Joan Nawrocki David Nelson Timothy Nypaver 

James O'Leary Paula Olen-Mikrut Richard Olen Frank Parker Randal Peoples 

John Perri David Piazza Susan Porto Michael Pruchnicki 

Michael Rezak David Rosenbaum Donald Rubenstein Diane Ryan Stephen Sainati 

Ravi Salgia John Saxer Eric Schmidt Jonathan Schmidt Barbara Schwartz Robert Sharpe 

Daniel Short Helene Spivak Timothy Steck John Sterba James Stinneford Claudia Talland 

Lisa Toepp Thomas Tomasik Albert Tomcheney Jay Tomeo Cindy Totel 

Timothy Tsoi Donald Turner Jeffry Tyler Thomas Vail Barry Wallman 

Thomas Wascher Mark Weintraub Steven Williams Martha Woodhouse 

Michael Woods Walker Wynkoop James Zidar 



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1981-1982 



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Last spring the officers decided terms 
would run for one year, from April to 
April. Your officers for this term are: 
Randy Peoples. President; Kevin Cox, Vice 
President; Bill Hoffman, Treasurer; Brad 
Kotoms, Secretary; Julia Cooper, John 
Andreonl, Class Reps. We all are 
representatives of the Class of '85 at 
Student Union meetings, and are able to 
vote on Student Union Issues at these 
meetings. 

Jim Zldar has been confirmed as our 
official rep on the Financial Aid Committee. 
I mention this now In light of the financial 
aid crisis we were all notified of last 
Friday by Dean Tobln. 
WALKER WYNKOOP has taken the blood 
drive matter into his own hands. His 
organizing and creative ideas have gotten 
31 units donated (as of 9/20) GREAT JOB 
WALKERI 

GEORGE CHRISTY has agreed to organize 
a party to be sponsored by our class and 
the Student Life Committee for the Med, 
Dent, Nursing and Dental Hygiene 
students. Student Life Committee covers 
any loss, we get any profits - Pretty good 
deal, huh? It is tentatively scheduled the 
week after 2nd set of exams. Please help 
usl 

ERIC KUHN Is doing a superb Job running 
the Class Notes. He'll be reporting the 
financial situation of the 1st third of the 
semester In the next news letter. 
Jim Zldar — Financial Aid Representative 
Report: On Sept. 8 the financial aid 
committee voted to make the limited funds 
available even more difficult for the 
average student to obtain. These more 
stringent rules stem from a simple 
problem: demonstrated need after GSL - 
1.2 million dollars while Loyola funds 
(Including HPL and NDSL) equal $600,000. 
Students who qualified for low interest 
loans last year may not qualify, this year. 
Married and Independent status students 
will be hardest hit. Anyone who does not 
qualify for the loan they felt they deserved 
or who has special circumstances, a 
formal appeal may be made to the 
committee. Anyone who feels they fall into 
this category please contact me. JZ. 
There will be a Miniature Golf Tournament 
Sunday Sept. 26th at 3 pm at Fresh 
Meadows Miniature Golf Course on 
Cermak, about Va block west of Wolf Road 
on the right side of the street. Fees will 
be $1.00. Three prizes will be awarded: 
1st and 2nd places, and "Most Honest 
Golfer." Prizes will be a bottle of wine, a 
McDonald's gift certificate and $. Sign up 
with John Saxer and notice the rules. Fees 
must be paid when you sign up. Also a 
bowling tournament Is In the planning 
stages. If you have any Ideas about It tell 
John Saxer, Dave Rosenbaum or Kevin 
Cox. 

The start of school brought the "Invasion 
of the Body Snatchers " as LF was 
spotted In the hall talking to a tall, dark, 
and freshman guy. Keep us posted ... A 
Source at Brian Bane's party spotted VC 
with a handful of papertowels. cleaning off 
the drink she spilled on a handsome 
unidentified guest. She's since been 
spotted at some of Maywood's finer hot 
spots draped on his arm. Glad your 
technique worked . . . BB's party was 
spiked with other excitement too • Ann 
Mlnclottl could barely be seen as she was 
circled by as many as 3 freshmen men. It 
was either her cologne or the 4 glasses of 




Brian's "special sangrla" she had that 
kept the circle so close that one guest 
was reported as saying "Who knows 
WHAT'S going on In there?" ... But it 
wasn't Just the women ot the Class of '85 
who were looking tor greener pastures - 
STEVE COHEN Is it true you've been out 
with 53 freshman girls already? Maybe 
you'd better start putting notches on your 
SEAT BELTI ... TIM STECK and TOM 
LOSASSO are reportedly growing 
mustaches, more on that later . . . Good 
Luck to our own "ROCKY' Koloms in his 
quest (or the "Iron Man" title In Hawaii 
over (all break . . . Congratulations to Chris 
and Paul Ingle who'll be celebrating their 
10th wedding anniversary over fall break. 
These days you two are a LEGENDI . . . 
Mike Qutzelt Is reportedly beside himself 
with joy since learning the news that 
RICHARD BURTON, LIZ TAYLOR and 
Marie Osmond will all be featured on the 
LOVE BOAT this fall . . . Move over, 




Connors and McEnroe, our own LESLIE 
JACOB'S took 1st place in women's 
semi-pro tennis in the state of Nevada 
over the summer. Look for Leslie's 
signature on designer stethoscopes this 
fall . . . The coosome twosome of TIM 
NYPAVER and MICHELE LAUER stunned 
diners at Arnle's restaurant by eating their 
dinner and paying their bill in celebration 
of Michelle's birthday , . . The Marines are 
looking for a few good men, but JOAN 
LEWIS Is quoted as saying she's "looking 
for ANY good men" ... The "mini" is 
back and few are wearing It with as much 
flair as PATTY NAUGHTON and CLAUDIA 
TALLAND, Judging by the ganders their 
gams were getting . . . Gamblers 
Anonymous meeting, see KEVIN COX for 
details . . Onlookers gawked as RP led 
four pre-pubescent debutantes into a linen 
closet of the Med Center last month - was 
that included on the tour too, RANDY? 
Congrats to Lady Dl(Skocypec) RYAN and 
her husband STEVE. The ROYAL 
WEDDING took place Aug. 8 ... Did 
TONY M. really have BLUE HAIR a few 
weeks ago? 

CONFIDENTIAL TO KINK IN THE SINK: I 
advise you to lose some of that fat, then 
try to get into the purple pantyhose. 
"Hey mon, the closest thing to a human 
body Is a sheep." Abby Eshagpour 
SONG FOR SOUND by David Nelson The 




quail egg entices the skunk and his rude 
affections but Phoebe pays court to her 
diving board. Affectation Is even/think 
everywhere with only the Tapeworm 
dissenting. As Aphrodite toyed with 
Henry's heart and Marie's head Nature's 
Bard will cut the final Scene with sheep 
and cobras as Principals. Vulcan's moon 
shines coyly as nebulas burst and fall in 
Hollywood. What do bombs sound like? 

Avoid late and unseasonable Studies, for 
they murder Wit, and are very prejudicial 
to Health. The Muses love the Morning, 
and that Is a fit Time for Study. After you 
have dln'd, either divert yourself at some 
Exercise, or take a Walk, and discourse 
merrily, and Study between whiles. As for 
Diet, eat only as much or more than the 
Appetite may crave. Before Supper, take a 
little Walk, and do the same after Supper. 
A little before you go to sleep read 
something that Is exquisite, and worth 
remembering; and contemplate upon It till 



you fell asleep; and when you awake in 
the Morning, call yourself to an Account 
for It. 

From John Sterba: LUMC Is having a SKI 
CLUB this season, for both alpine and 
nordlc skllers. We've planned 7 weekend 
ski trips in the upper midwest Including 
bus transportation, lodging, 2 day lift 
tickets, meals, parties and NASTAR races. 
AMSA INSTRUMENT SALE Nov. 15. 
AMSA members receive a discount. If you 
wish to join AMSA and receive a discount 
your application must be submitted by 
early October. 

The AMSA SHORT WHITE COAT SALE 
will be Tuesday, Sept. 26 12:30-1:30 at 
tables outside of the classrooms. Reps 
from Dall Medical will have samples on 
hand, and AMSA will collect money as 
they take your orders ... So, remember 
your cash or check!! 
CLASSIFIED: Joan Lewis: I am selling 2 
twin beds ($50/35), 1 secretary roll top 
desk ($35), 1 chair (slightly tattered $25), 1 
sofa (green brocade type circa 1963 $30). 
1 chest of drawers ($30). 
"Teacher of the year" election was a tie 
between Dr. Thomas and Dr. LaVelle. 
Both will be honored at St. Luke's Night. 
Dr. Lorens is Interested In seeing students 
to discuss the content of his lectures. He 
Is concerned that his conceptual approach 
for some students may not stress 




sufficient therapeutic application. His office 
Is In Bldg 135; his Ext. is 3400. 
Dr. Karczmar aent notes to students that 
were not too successful on the last exam. 
He would like to talk with these students 
and maybe give a bit of advice on 
studying tor pharmacology. Remember, 
there were no falling grades assigned on 
the first exam. Tutors are available for 
anyone. 

The week after tests we'll be taking an 
opinion vote on the 2 issues I explained in 
the last newsletter: sending flowers to 
funerals and Casino Night. See also 
Kevin's report (next) on Casino Night. 
I have been assured that measures are 
being taken to remedy the "jamming" slide 
projector In our classroom - in fact it 
should be replaced or fixed by the time 
this newsletter Is out. 
SPORTS - How's this for staying in shape 
all you weekend joggers and 
recreatlonists? Brad Koloms. second year 
medical student and behind-the-scenes Iron 
Man, recently ran In the Budweiser Light 
World Championship Iron Man Contest in 
Kona, Hawaii. Not only did he finish, which 
Is quite an accomplishment in Itself, but he 
placed 546th out of 850 people. 
PERSONAL & CONFIDENTIAL TO J.C. . . . 
James Is understandably fascinated with 
your suggestion but Is curious. Under the 
influence of droperidol, can orgasm be 




faked? 

To those who were quick to crltlze Dr. 

Friedman for requesting extra time to 

complete his 9/29 antl-convulsant drug 

lecture: The fangs that began to emerge 

were reminiscent of the Dr. Gordon 

crucifixion. WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL 

ANYWAY? He could easily have expected 

us to learn the material on our own and 

been responsible for It as other profs. 

have. But no, he offered to give us the 

opportunity to hear him present It. He is 

only human, and sometimes things just 

don't go as you have planned. (Name 

withheld by request). 

BIOCHEM. SEMINAR Oct. 28, 'The 

Heterotrophic Nitrification by an Alcaliglnes 

Sp." Presented by Dominique Castignetti, 

Loyola 4:00, Rm. 5692. 

MOVIE Oct. 29, Halloween. 6 P.M., $1.00. 

Theater. 

PARTY Oct. 29, Dental School sponsored. 

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Physical Diagnosis) will speak to us about 

the Instruments we need for next 

semester. Classroom, 12:00-1:00. 

BLOOD DRIVE We have collected 59 units 

of blood so far. There are plans to extend 

the goal (If funding can be found) to 200 

units. So keep the blood coming. Once 

there Is a hard frost, students with 

allergies will be able to donate, so well 

look for your help sometime after the 

tests. Walker Wynkoop. 

"It would be a wonderful Idea to have all 

medical students have a shot, uh, Inducing 

food poisoning . . ." H.J. Blumenthal 

". . . You know, women give childbirth to 

newborn children." W.W. Yotls 

"The Infant wasn't getting up and walking 

around . . ." H.J. Blumenthal 

"In large metropolitan area - problem with 

gonnorrhea because you don't know who 

your partners are." W.W. Yotls 

"You're supposed to help your patients, 

not turn them Into monsters." A.H. 

Friedman 

"How many here have had uh . . . uh . . . 

uh ... Am I exaggerating?" H.J. 

Blumenthal 

"The youngest reported case of 

gonnorrhea was a youngster, 6 yrs. old 

. . . you know perhaps he ate a lot of hot 

peppers." W.W. Yotls 

"Where the hell am I?" A.G. Karczmar 

"Do the wet mount with a jerky motion." 

J. Russell 

"I'd like to Invite you to an elective in 

your clinical years for sexually transmitted 

diseases which we provide to you ..." P. 

O'Keefe 

CLASSIFIED Color TV, 25' diagonal. Maple 

cabinet, good condition, some problems 

with UHF. Circa 1963. $125. Contact Joan 

Lewis. 

Speaking of fantastic, I think all would 

agree that our own Sax Virtuoso Dave 

Harris and his band Nightwatch made the 

night - and thanks to Dave, more than a 

few MSN's catharted their rock star 

fantasies on stage. George Christy was 

the mastermind behind this party and 

deserves credit for Initiating and organizing 

the whole Idea. 

Remember Don R? Part-time med stud, 

part time football player? Well, just recently 

Don's team won the Metropolitan Football 

League Championship 16-14. Rubo, alias 

red nucleus, played an excellent game at 




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tight end and on the special, leading the 

River Grove Cowboys to victory. The game 

may be seen on cable in the near future. 

However, I feel It Is very Inconsiderate that 

faculty, staff and other students In this 

class feel that some of us have nothing 

better to do than hang around the medical 

school after scheduled classes. Medical 

school is only a part of my life. I have 

other obligations to work and to my family 

for which most people around here have 

no consideration . . . Just because teachers 

are disorganized or the administration is 

unable to get their class schedules straight 

doesn't mean I can be late to work 

without some prior notice. And I'm tired of 

being treated as If LU Med Center is the 

only place In the world that exists. Name 

withheld. 

MONDAY DEC. 13 "Conformation of 

glycoproteins: NMR and circular dichroism 

studies of the antifreeze protein of polar 

fish" Dr. C. Allen Bush, IL. Institute of 

Tech. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Alcoholics 

Anonymous meeting every Thursday at 

7:30 In 2706. Open meetings the last 

Thurs. of each month. 

AAMC Project: General Professional 

Education of the Physician and College 

Preparation for Medicine Frl. Nov. 19 

Lower Level Audit. "Fundamental Skills" 

with Drs. Bralthwaite, Brooks, Brumlik, 

Cross, and Frailer (2-4:30). 

WED. DEC. 1 Training In Personal Values 

and Attitudes with Dr. Cross, Micetich, 

Moran, Ozar, Rainey, Renshaw, Stelnecker, 

Thomasma, Tobln (2-4:00). 

DINING Annie's Santa Fe in Oakbrook 

Shopping Center: Good Mexican Food, 

nice atmosphere, great margarltas, 

pleasant and efficient waitresses, and 

relatively Inexpensive. Not completely 

authentic, but very tasty. Highly 

recommended: Chimlchanga, and 

Chlmlchanga Florentine. (But lets be 

serious, all we really want Is the free food 

for Happy Hour . . .) 

PARTEEEIII HEAR YE, HEAR YElll All are 

Invited to an authentic Roman Toga Party 

at the Kev's place this Saturday, Nov. 20 

at 6pm. The palace Is at 304 Clinton Ave., 

Oak Park. All togas will be personally and 

individually Inspected at the door. BYOB. 

S, D, (R and R will be provided) TOGAI 

TOGA I TOGAI 

DEAR ABBEY: School is driving me up the 

wall. What do I do? Quit now or later? 

(I'm starting to feel like one big bezoar). 

Dear "Bezoar" Student: I can really relate 

to your problem, and sometimes I feel this 

way too but, buddy, we got no choice. My 

advice to you: hang In for another 4 

weeks and everything would be over for a 

while. 

"Remember this disease when you are 

Involved with patients who are sexually 

active" H. Matthews 

"The rat flea Is our friend." W.W. Yotis 

"Regularly they report on a regular basis." 

S. Lorens 

"OK, now let's take a hand vote • how 

many want It and how many don't?" WW. 

Yotls 

"Hopefully these patients are few In 

number but they're annoying when they 

show up." T. Smith 

"You get a scrotal reaction with a . . . You 

know." W.W. Yotls 

"What Ruth doesn't know won't hurt her 

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"Its going to t>e long today" R. Miller 
"... classic hardball neuroanatomy." 
Castro 

. . psychoceramics . . ." Hillenbrand 
"This Is a stellar handout." J.X. Thomas 
"Calcium, calcium, calcium" J. P. Filklns 
"You're going to have diabetes again and 
again." J. P. Filklns 
"Get the bag out.'" C.L. Webber 
"It's not Just a filter! r C.L. Webber 
"Is there a problem here?" A. Gordon 
BLOOD DRIVE REPORT Over 80 units of 
blood have been collected so far. Bill 
Hoffman has been working hard at 
arranging more donations so that we can 
extend the drive past 100 units; so we 
hope to keep the drive going all year. 
Remember those that repeat get a $5 
TGIF or 2 lunch passes. Please donatel 
Walker Wynkoop. 

Like everyone else I'm beginning to 
wonder about how best to prepare for part 





I of the Boards that we will be taking in 
June. Tim Tsol has done a super job of 
organizing In order to get group rates for 
the Kaplan course. Those who can afford 
It know that the Kaplan system has merit 
and, at LU at least, has a good track 
record. For those of you wondering if their 
might be an alternative to the Kaplan 
course {or If you're manic enough to want 
the Kaplan course and a home study 
course) I offer the Munson Minimal Money 
Method, a non-profit cooperative idea 
solely for sophs. 

To have a good coop requires planning 
and an organized approach. This takes 
time (which Is rapidly becoming a scarce 
Item). If there are other Ideas and 
proposals in the class, they should be 
brought forward and dealt with now, not 
just before finals when nobody has time to 
consider It. 

The results of our last "opinion poll" 
were: 1) Funeral flowers: send to parents 
only - 26 votes; send card signed by 
everyone In class - 21; other 28; the 
"other" consisted mostly of people that 
wanted both of the choices above, and to 
Include grandparents and siblings To 
resolve the Issue, I decided the following, 
flowers and a card signed by the class 
will be sent to parents' funerals; cards will 
be sent to grandparents' and siblings' 
funerals. 
We have three new additions to the Class 



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of '85: Mike Rezak. Steven Sainatl, and 
Jay Tomeo. Welcome guysl This brings 
our official Class count to 129. 
Any more questions? Ask Lydia Collins, 
President of our newly formed 
Photography Club. 

As for the matter of Organ Systems 
lectures running overtime, I'm sure most of 
you are aware that Doctor Bralthwaite 
(course director) feels It Is Important that 
we get our breaks and that the classes 
run on schedule. She asked that I, or my 
designate, announce to the lecturer to 
please summarize the lecture when there 
Is 30 seconds remaining. 
I was appointed by the MSU to initiate the 
renovation and redecorating of the Student 
lounge. Two hundred dollars was allocated 
for that purpose. Anyone who has a flair 
tor Interior decorating and wishes to help, 
please contact me. John Andreoni. 
FEBRUARY 16, WEDNESDAY 3:30, L.L 
Auditorium Ambulation of Newborns with 
Staphylcoccal Bacteremia. Harold 
Blumenthal. Ph.D., Loyola-Stritch. 
APRIL 5 Deadline for National Boards Part 
I Application. 

BARRYSTER This column Is being 
provided as a source of general 
Information In the field of law for the 
purposes of self education. Any questions 
or comments are welcome. What is Law? 
Various definitions exist for the term law. 
"You frequently see people like this 
walking around on the street and you 
wonder, Are they acromegalics?" L. 
Bekerls 

"Some people get off the plane and dive 

right Into the sack." S. Lorens 

"While sleeping your pharynx contains 

what you went to bed with." Dr. Gross 

"Next time I show you some skin." Dr. 

Eng 

"And on the next page of your handout" 

Dr. Davis 

"This Is a real case, but we'll make it 

hypothetical." Dr. Goldberg 

The donor room Is prepared to take any 

student that drops by; just let them know 

that you are a student (no appointment 

needed). Walker. 

The graduation committee has met several 

times In the last month - the first matter 

to consider: a speaker. The following have 

been nominated: ISAAC ASIMOV, 

GUYTON. WATSON (of Watson and Crick), 



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BERNE, LEVY, WYNGARTEN, SIR JOHN 
ECCLES, DANNY THOMAS, LEON KASS, 
JOHN STONE, AND BROOKE SHIELDS. 
The committee will make a ranked 
preference list of the nominees. There are 
many parameters which are Involved with 
this ranking, such as: the class preference, 
the speaker's fee, administration approval, 
and Impressions of those who have heard 
the speaker In the past. 
The clerkship track lottery ran smoothly - 
It took exactly 30 minutes; 17 people used 
the option to change their original choices 
by being present at the drawing. Jeff Aoki 
was drawn first, Tom Tomasik last at 
#129, but $10 richerl 
MIKE QUTZEIT revealed that he's been 
practicing his physicals with BILL 
HOFFMAN (don't worry, BILL, he didn't tell 
us any VITAL STATS; but we got a pretty 
good Idea anyway after MIKE'S wife 
NANCY asked JIM STINNEFORD for your 
phone number . . .) ... Admit it MIKE 
LANDAU ... the real reason you sit in the 
front row Is to bolt out that door in record 
time to see your cute new girlfriend! . . . 
Ever since Julia Cooper started dating a 
resident she met at P-DOG, she's been 
raving about all the 'hands-on' experience 
she's been getting. (Share the wealth, 
honey.) . . . MIKE LUU, the Vietnamese 
Sex Machine, claims chicks have been 
clamoring all over his body - apparently 
mistaking him for Mr. T. The Bookstore 
finally got a new shipment of "DR. 
SPOCK'S Parenting Made Easy" after they 
were swamped with requests by TERRY 
MAYERS, MARK DIAMOND, WALKER 
WYNKOOP, DAVE EVANS, FRANK 
PARKER, STEVE SAINATI, AND PAULA 
OLEN-MIKRUT . . . Staying at Loyola 
meant "Looking for love in all the wrong 
places" for BOB MILLAR and BRUCE 
LOWRIE. They're waiting to hear about 
their pending transfers to Iowa and Case 
Western Med Schools. And BOB, is that 
rumor of a December wedding true? . . . 
Add still another scratch-out to those Little 
Black Books girls, TOM TOMASIK just 
announced his engagement . . . Nothing but 
RAVES for those new do's on PATTY 
NAUGHTON, TOM DUCKETT, DAVE 
FRANK, and CLAUDIA TALLAND . . . 
Unfortunately, DEAN RAINEY rejected the 
Casino Night Auctioning of "A Night with 
SUSAN BRAITHWAITE." 
APRIL 14 Micro Seminar Role of the M 
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Nell Luraln, LUMC 4:00 PM, Thurs. Rm 
5692 

APRIL 21 Neuroscience Seminar: The 
Modular Organization of the Neocortex Dr. 
Vernon B. Mountcastle, Johns Hopkins. 
CASINO NIGHT This year's fundraiser Is 
being held on Friday, April 22 and 
promises to be an extravaganza which will 
make last year's event look like a "Pub 
Crawl"!!! This year's prizes already include 
a round trip for two to Florida, a home 
computer, a color TV, a bicycle, etclll 
Sexual Response of the Female (Review 
by Adam) Limited showing at LUSSOM, 
Rm. 2706. The house filled early, to 
standing room only for this timeless 
classic. The audience was not disappointed 
and each went away satisfied In his or her 
own way. The performer was superb and 
so lifelike that this viewer was convinced 
that the action was genuine. The plot was 
deep In this short film. 
Sexual Response of the Male (Review by 
Eve) This film was not for the weak at 
heart. Although the original was replaced 
by a more virile and competent performer, 
It did not detract from the film. In fact it 
allowed a better look at what males have 
to offer In today's world. This viewer was 
shocked to discover the large number of 
freshman males who crowded the theater. 
This leads one to wonder how many were 
from California. The action started slow, 
but grew quickly and finished with a 
rousing finale. The wide lens photography 
and sound effects added Immensely to the 
enjoyment of this film. 

Recollections of my Class of '85 Linda 
Kleltman Remember when ... Dr. Lavelle 
couldn't stop laughing . . . We sang happy 
birthday to Dr. Wezeman ... Or. Lipsius 
described "Irreversible death" . . . Denesh 
had troubles focusing the slide projector 
... Or. Manteuffel got hit by a flying 
screen . . . Stu Goldman sang "Obturator 
oh would you help me move my leg?" . . . 
Dr. Haberland kept saying "De NeCROsIs 



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of de TALamoose . . . Brad Koloms was 
the guinea pig for Dr Brazls In Neuro . , . 
all eyes were on Joan Nawrockl and Dave 
Nelson while they danced up a storm , , . 
We missed the FREI TEST on the Micro 
test . . . Terry Mayers made a great bunny 
. . . We heard Kuh-plll-uh-ree pronounced 
Is this a tort or contract case? 
DEAR ABBEY, Why? Signed Confused . . . 
Dear Confused: Why Not? (I think you are 
crazy.) 

"The second pulmonary embolus may kill 
the pt. and that's what you're trying to 
do." 

"The sex status I don't, uh, race and sex 
I'm not sure." J. Goldberg 
"Now what happens? Age, sex, race' W. 
Wood 

"All patients will eventually swallow.'' Dr. 
Gatti 

The basic sclence/cllnlcal transition was a 
popular time to transfer: CRAIG GERARD 
to Bowman Gray, VIVIAN TOM to New 
York Medical, BRUCE LOWRIE to Case 
Western (wedding plans for October), BOB 
MILLAR to Univ. of Iowa (more wedding 
bells In December) and JOAN LEWIS to 
Martin Luther King School of Medicine. We 
also lost three to the MD.-Ph.D. program 
here at Loyola: DON RUBENSTEIN, RAVI 
SALGIA, and MARC GERDlSCH We lost a 
few, but gained two: KATIE DUDLEY 
coming to us from St. Louis Univ, and 
MARTHA WOODHOUSE, from Creighton 
Katie Is currently In medicine at Loyola, 
and Martha Is In Medicine at St. Francis. 
WELCOMEl Official class count is 123. 
Dr. Ralph Lelschner was voted 
OUTSTANDING BASIC SCIENCE 
TEACHER by our class. He was presented 
with a plaque at the St. Luke's Diner, and 
asked that I pass on his sincere thanks. 
Our wild card lottery system is working 
very well. The lotteries are averaging an 
86% first choice, and 12% second choice 
rate. There have been several lotteries 
where no one has gotten their 3rd or 
lower cholcel 

Congratulations to BOB BROCKMAN on 
his engagement! 

Remember when Linda Kleltman ... the 
only thing keeping you going was looking 
forward to going home at the end of the 
day, and on call days you Just resigned 
yourself to being depressed . . . you were 
at Hmes canteen . . . your resident asked 
an obtunded patient who was the 




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president ol the U.S., and your patient 
replied. "Uh, nobody." . . . and your 
resident quickly said, "you're right) 1 ' . . . 
We are In the process of working with the 
Associate Deans office putting together 
THE Career Information night. The 
Residency application process will be 
explained. 



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John Andreoni 




HOMETOWN: MADERA, 

CALIFORNIA 

SPECIALTY: FAMILY 

MEDICINE 

MEMORABLE ACTIVITIES: 



Success does not necessarily 
mean that we must earn a great 
deal of money and live in the 
biggest house in town. It means 
only that we are daily engaged in 
striving toward a goal that we have 
independently chosen and feel is 



worthy of us as persons. A goal, 
whatever It may be, Is what gives 
meaning to our existence. It is the 
carrot on the stick that keeps us 
striving — that keeps us interested 
— that gives us a reason for 
getting out of bed In the morning. 



MY "SPECIAL 
PERSON": 




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MOST CREATIVE PATIENT: 



by my sex-clinic couple for my 
co-therapist and me. 




JEFFREY AOKI 
PATRICIA SANTOS 

Engagement 
announced 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C Santos Sr. ; 
nounce the engagement of their daught 
Patricia Ann. to Jeffrey Eijiro Aoki 
River Fores!, 111. He is the son of Mr a 
Mrs Mitsuyoshi Aoki of Madera 

The engagement was officially . 
nounced by the bride's father during 
dinner at the Smugglers Inn Restaurant 
Fresno attended by relatives of 
prospective bride and groom A toast 
the engaged couple was made by the un 
of the bride-elect, Tony P. Santos 
Strathmore 

The bride-to-be is a 1974 graduate 

Jeffrey Aoki 



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Brian Bane 




"You can always tell a Harvard man, 
but you can't tell him much." 

Dad 




Daniel Batlan 




BEST WISHES TO 



THE CLASS OF 1985 



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Herbert Berger 



Ra^-i&Ms 







CONG-RftTUL&TIONS 

Clf^ss Of R85 



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John Bradtke 



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Robert Brockman 




Jan Brzozowski 




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Chris Capelle 





It is not my fault that I am not AOA. 



Elsamma Chacko 



37 



Gregory Chaljub 



Valerie Chirurgi 





38 



Greg Christensen 



I entered medical school with 
the 3 D's ... dedication, 
determination, and drive . . . 
to Denver, San Diego, 
Tampa, anywhere but 
Maywood. Thank God for 
coops . . . 1981-82 was the 
best year of my life. I saw 
less of Loyola than before I 
started school ... 1 983-84 
was the worst year of my 
life. The party was over as 
3rd year began, and my only 
birthday card was from 
Father Fahey . . . After going 
to Loyola, you'd think the 
only basketball team on earth 
was Notre Dame. But after 
watching them kick that ball 
around, you realized they 
were more of a rugby team 
. . . Here's to Stu Goldman, a 
true Iowa Hawkeye fan. 
Here's to Don Kim, the other 
phantom of the class. And 
here's to never having to 
work another service with Bill 
(repeat after the Attending) 
Hoffman. 





George Christy 



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Scott Cine! 





Steven Cohen 



Look what Loyola can do for you 




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Lydia Collins 








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Julia Cooper 




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THANK YOU CLASS OF '85 ... FOR MAKING IT ALL WORTHWHILE! 



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Lee Crocker 



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Juanita Decker 




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Randal DeFelice 



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Crystal DeGraw 




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Mark Diamond 



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Thomas Duckett 





Katie Dudley 




46 



Margaret Egan 





What the 




Farshid Eshaghpour 



47 



David Evans 





Lorene Fabrizius 



48 



Boieslaus Falinski 





David Frank 




49 



Raymond Georgen 




Marc Gerdisch 




50 



Anthony Giamberdino 







"And let your best be for your friend. 

If he must know the ebb of your tide, 

let him know its flood also. 

For what is your friend 

that you should seek him with hours to kill? 

Seek him always with hours to live. 

For it is his to fill your needs, 

but not your emptiness. 

And in the sweetness of friendship 

let there be laughter, and sharings of 

pleasures. 

For in the dew of little things 

the heart finds its morning and is 

refreshed." 

This is to all my friends without whom I could 
never have survived the last four years. May 
you all find the happiness you deserve. 

Patricia Giuffre 



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Thomas Goblirsch 




Stewart Goldman 




I Lied To You* 

(The History and Physical Song) 

On the ward they sent me 

with my white coat 

Welsh-Allen In my pocket, 

a lump Inside my throat. 

The patient I was to see said 

"You're just a kid". 

He told me to get out of there. 

I can't believe what I did. 

I said lungs were resonant, 

he drank ten Peers a day, 

I said his liver was enlarged, 

I faked the H & P. 

Chorus 

I lied to you, I lied to you, 

I lied to you, 

Cause I did not see his anatomy. 

I lied to you, I lied to you, 

I lied to you. 

But I was home by half past three 

I did not see his fundi 

but I put down 

"the discs they are so sharp and clear, 

the margins they are round." 

About his genitalia, 

this I did not see, 

but I wrote down on my H & P, 

"they looked alright to me." 

His DTR's were normal, 

at least I thought they must. 

I could not feel his popliteal, 

so I said it was 3 + . 

Chorus 

"Sung to the tune of Bruce 

Springsteen's "I Came for You" 




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Lorraine Griffin 




Richard Griffin 



53 



Bruce Groom 

DESIDERATA 

Now there was a man of the Pharisees named Nicodemus, a 
member of the Jewish ruling council. He came to Jesus at night 
and said, "Rabbi, we know you are a teacher who has come 
from God. For no one could perform the miraculous signs you 
are doing if God were not with him." 

In reply Jesus declared, "I tell you the truth, unless a man is 
born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." 

"But," said Nicodemus, "how can a man be born when he is 
old? Surely he cannot enter a second time into his mothers 
womb to be born!" 

Jesus answered, "I tell you the truth, unless a man is born of 
water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. 
Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. 
You should not be surprised at my saying, 'You must be born 
again.' The wind blows wherever it pleases. You may hear its 
sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is 
going. So it is with everyone born ot the Spirit." 



"He 



can this be?" Nicodemus asked. 



"You are a teacher of Israel," said Jesus, "and do you not 
understand these things? I tell you the truth, we speak of what 
we know, and we testify to what we have seen, but still you 
people do not accept our testimony. I have spoken to you of 
earthly things and you do not believe; how then will you 
believe if I speak of heavenly things? No one has ever gone 
into heaven except the one who came from heaven — the Son 
of Man. Just as Moses lifted up the snake in the desert, so the 
Son of Man must be lifted up, that everyone who believes in 
him may have eternal life. 

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only 
Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have 
everlasting life. For God did not send his Son into the world 
to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. 
Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does 
not believe stands condemned already because he has not 
believed in the name of God's one and only Son. This is the 
verdict: Light has come into the world, but men loved darkness 
instead of light because their deeds were evil. Everyone who 
does evil hates the light, and will not come into the light for 
fear that his deeds will be exposed. But whoever lives by the 
truth comes into the light, so that it may be seen plainly that 
what he has done has been done through God." (John 3: 1-21) 



Stephen Gryzlo 





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Michael Gutzeit 







LOYOLA UHIVI RSITY 

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TO ALL STUDENTS: 

Tuition ror Cae 2nd semester of Che 8A/85 academic yeas Is Sue the 
week o! January ?, thru l.mnjry 4, 1985, Th* amount of Coltloc and 
Eees 1= listed below by class,' A LATE TRE OF £50 WILL BE ASSESSED 
FOR PAYMENTS RECEIVED AFTER I HI DA;ZS INDICATED. 



Students who vill be 
moll p.iy-THrnti to the 

1st & 2nd Year Students: 

RESIDENT 

Tuition. . . . ,$5,550 
Student !!i alch . 4: 

TOTAL. .$5,532 



clerkships .way Erom Loyola arc advised i 
iar'i nffl a or to pay before ch« due da 



■■ 

Tuition .6,800 

Student Health ->2 

TOTAL. .S6.842 



TOTAL. .$5,59? 



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Tuition. 
Student I 

Graduation Fee j 30 

TOTAL. 




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David Harris 



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William Hoffman 




Anesthesia 



"No. I can ! do an 
extra gall bladder 
on my schedule— 
1 tee off at three 1 " 



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He thinks wearing 
his operating-room cap 
around the hospital 
is cool . . . 



Multiple gold chains 



Item that all 
anesthesiologists 
wear, but no one 
else knows 
what it Is. 



Professional 
journal 



Watch Only 
anesthesiologists 
wear watches — 
surgeons take 
theirs oft every 
time they scrub, 
and lose them 



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Nil .uifchti fe» y*>j -tiui* roiwil I TitOK. 



Richard Horndasch 



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Christine Ingle 





Stuart Issleib 




57 



Mary Jachec 



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Leslie Jacobs 





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Debbie Johnson 




Jerrilyn Jutton 






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John Kail 




Mitchel Katz 





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Timothy Kietzman 




Class, I want you to know I 
love all of you very much, and I 
am convinced that neither death 
nor life, neither angels nor 
demons, neither the present nor 
the future, nor any powers, 
neither height nor depth, nor 
anything else in all creation, will 
be able to separate us from the 
love of God that is in Christ 
Jesus our Lord, and our 
Messiah! 

My colleagues, how I wish with 
all my heart that you, my 
classmates might be saved! 
How I pray to God for you! I 
can testify about you that you 
are zealous, but your zeal is 
not based on true knowledge. 
You have not known the way in 
which God puts men right with 
himself, and have tried to set 
up your own way; and so you 
have not submitted yourselves 
to God's way of putting men 
right. For we cannot have 
peace with God through 



personal achievement, but 
through Christ everyone who 
believes is put right with God. 
God's message is near you, on 
your lips and in your heart — 
that is, the message of faith 
that I proclaim. If you declare 
with your lips, "Jesus is Lord," 
and believe in your hearts that 
God raised him from the dead, 
you will be saved. For we 
believe in our hearts and are 
put right with God; we declare 
with our lips and are saved. 
The scripture says, "Whoever 
believes in him will not be 
disappointed." This includes 
everyone, because there is no 
difference between Jews and 
Gentiles; God is the same Lord 
of all, and richly blesses all 
who call on him. Truthfully I 
can testify to you that my life is 
at peace with God and I would 
not have it any other way. 
(Above text adapted from 
Romans 8:38,39; 10:1-4, 8-15) 




In an insane society, 
appear insane. Spock 



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Once you've given up integrity, the rest is, 
easy. J. R. Ewing 




Donald Kim 



61 




Remember when . . . 
Basic Sciences We sang happy 
birthday to Dr. Wezeman 17 times one 
week . . . Tom Moulton came into our 
class to announce the lecture series 
"Death & Dying" ... For 
hyperventilation, "GET THE BAG OUTI" 
. . . The Cadaver flipped off the table 
... Dr. Thomas knew he was balding 
because It took him longer to wash his 
face in the morning . . . De Necrosis 
was in De TALamoose ... Dr. Yotis 
said "You know," 

Medicine i You thought you heard an 
early diastolic murmer but your intern 
said you didn't hear it, but your 
resident said you did hear it, but your 
clinical instructor said you did hear it 

Surgery Your resident would yell, "Hold 

It Up Higherl" And no matter what 

position it was in, the retractor was 

never high enough . . . 

OB/QYN You learned the new art of 

OB/GYN surgery, forgetting most of the 

good technique you learned on General 

Surgery . . . 

Pediatrics Mitch Katz went on a 

transport and the ambulance caught on 

fire ... 

Psychiatry Every time you asked, 

"What day Is it? Who was the 

president before Reagan?, you realized 

that you, too were disoriented and had 

a memory loss . . . 

Medicine II You were up all night 

putting In IV's, and you got to the point 

where you couldn't look at someone's 

arm without examining it for potential 

stick-a-ble veins . . . 

Extramural Electlves You realized that 

there really are humane hospitals out 

there where attendings believe that 

senior students don't need to be on 

call or work on weekends . . . 

Now, weren't those the days? Hope 

things can only get better . . . 




Bradley Koloms 





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Eric Kuhn 






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Thank you for all your support during the Sophomore COOP. Best of luck to all of you. 



Reflecting 

The friends I met while at LUMC, 

Will always be in my memory. 

A mix of people we had there, 

And how much work we did bear. 

We studied long hours to get at least a "P", 

Always remembering that "P=MD". 

And when the cramming was done 

We found ways to have our fun. 

For we all knew so well. 

That partying made our stress easier to 

dispell. 

With the clinical years we applied, 

The knowledge of basic sciences we tried. 

Now we wait to hear the news, 

Of where we'll be assigned to soon. 

On our graduation ceremony day. 

The Class of '85 will come to say, 

How we grew in mind and heart. 

To become members of the Science and the 

Art. 

by Michael D. Landau Class of '85 



Michael Landau 



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Daryl LaRusso 






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Kenneth Liesen 




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Thomas Losasso 





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Kevin McEvoy 




"I'd rather die while I'm 
living than live while I'm 
dead." Jimmy Buffet 

"Every doctor in the world 
is a charlatan, except mine, 
who is a very wonderful 
man." Mark Twain 



"Remember, wherever you 
go, you'll be there." 
Buckeroo Bonzi 



MY SIGNIFICANT OTHERS 




family portrait 

Maroon Bells, Colorado Summer 1984 



Carole Meyer 



69 



Ann Minciotti 




WHAT IS THE 

WOST 3EAUTIFlJL 

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Carol Murakami 




There are places I remember all my lite, 

though some have changed. 

Some forever not for better 

Some have gone and some remain. 

All these places had their moments, 

with lovers and friends I still can recall. 

Some are dead and some are living 

In my life I love them all. 

Though I know I'll never lose affection 

for people and things that went before. 

I know I'll often stop and think about them 

In my life, I love them . . . Lennon and McCartney 





Patty cruising on the Love Boat. 



Patricia Naughton 



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Joan Nawrocki 






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Paula Olen-Mikrut 




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To Family: Thanks for 
your inspiration. Also, I'd 
like to thank friends like 
C.G. and L.C. 



THE REGENTS OF 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 

ON RECOMMENDATION OF THE FACULTY 
HAVE CONFERRED UPON 

Gail F. Parker-Eady 

THE DEGREE OF 

9ortur of jHriririnE 

WITH ALL ITS PRIVILEGES AND OBLIGATIONS 

C'VEN IS MINNEAPOLIS IN THE STATE OF MINNESOTA 



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My own most memorable experience was during a 
CABG in CV surgery at Hines. After being yelled at 
repeatedly during the case for not using the suction 
enough (as well as doing it poorly), I resolved in my 
mind to do better with the next opportunity. 
Hearing the next insistent demand for suction, boldly I 
plunged the suction tip blindly into the pericardial 
space. A horrible sound was heard almost 
immediately as the distal segment of the saphenous 
vein graft was being sucked off its proximal 
anastomosis on the aorta and into the suction bottle. 
Needless to say, my services were no longer required 
during that rotation. Yes, memories like these (and 
there's plenty of 'em) will sweeten all my 
remembrances of LUMC. 

Thanks to everyone for four fun-filled years. It has 
been a million laughs and lots of priceless memories. 




Michael Pruchnicki 



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Michael Rezak 




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Donald Rubenstein 



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If there is one wish I have for all 
of us, it is that we remember 
what it is like to be ignorant and 
unconfident, and to remember the 
kindness and patience of many of 
our teachers. Let us try to ease 
the way for those who come 
behind us instead of perpetuating 
those old school traditions whose 
time has past. The goal of 
medicine is to heal and comfort. 
How can we help others unless 
we also help ourselves? 
Good luck to all! Thanks for many 
good memories. Diane 




UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CLASS OF 1981 



Diane Ryan 



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Stephen Sainati 




To all those frustrated by trying to keep up with an ever-burgeoning body of medical 
literature, the words of Solomon, the son of David, the king in Jerusalem 

What profit does a man have In all his hard work at which he toils under the sun? 
A generation Is going, and a generation is coming, but the earth is standing even 
to time Indefinite . And myself, have seen all the hard work and all the proficiency 
In work, that It means the rivalry of one toward dnother. this is also vanity and a 
striving after the wind Just as one has come forth from his mother's belly, naked 
will one go away again. Just as one came, and nothing ot all can one carry away 
for his hard work, which he can take along with his hand. 



And I sdw all the work of the true God, how mankind are not able to find out the 
work that has been done under the sun, however much mankind keep working hard 
to seek, yet they do not find out And even rf they say they are wise enough to 
know, they would be unable to find out , To the making of many books there Is 
no end. and much devotion to them Is wearisome to the flesh 

The conclusion of the matter, everything having been heard. Is Fear the true God 
and keep his commandments, for this Is the whole obligation of man 

(Eccleslastes 1:3: 44. 15; 8:17; 12:12. 13) 





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Eric Schmidt 




Jonathan Schmidt 



If I had my life to live over. I'd 
dare to make more mistakes 
next time. I'd relax. I would 
limber up. I would be sillier than 
I have been this trip. I would 
take fewer things seriously. I 
would take more chances. I 
would climb more mountains 
and swim more rivers. I would 
eat more ice cream and less 
beans. I would perhaps have 
more actual troubles, but I'd 
have fewer imaginary ones. 



Nodlne Stair 
85 years old 

Louisville. Ky 



(Don't say this in 40 years.) 





To Mike and all pseudo-St 
Luclans- 

Remember: Jack. Barb. 
Joyce, the Sulllvans. He- 
drldge. Richie & Leonard, the 
Orwlcks. the Browns, the 
Galnors, "no problem man", 
"just now", catching & 
dodging transports, every- 
thing's pregnant, Pltons. Sou- 
frler . . and Cathy's. 



"UCLA-isn't 

that in New York?" 



"before Rick joined 
the establishment" 



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Barbara Schwartz 




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Robert Sharpe 




FOUR YEARS AT STRITCH 

Freshman Year: Bunny Ears. Poker Games. "What is the liver? 
It's a big sponge!" "Get the bag out!" "I'll never go into 
psychiatry." Here come the Schmidt brothers. David Frank gets 
into a fight at Comiskey Park. Wait until the clinical years — no 
more bullshit! 

Sophomore Year: Let's learn about war gases! Who cares what 
the bacillus eats for dinner. More poker games. Let's see how 
many medical students we can fit into Giordano's! David Frank 
gets into a fight at Comiskey Park. Uh, You know! The scrotum 

- it gets big! In your next lecture handout page . . .Wait until 
next year — no more bullshit! "I'll never go into psychiatry." 
Junior Year: At least in the basic sciences we didn't have to pul 
up with this bullshit! Still more poker games — "The big Mo" 
emerges. Ellie, you are about to see the biggest mismatch in 
Rose Bowl history . . . Oops! Wrong team. Wait until the Super 
Bowl — The 'Skins will bury the Raiders. Ven you do barium 
enema, how many times you squirt? Feefty or seexty times. 
David Frank goes to Wrigley field and doesn't get into a fight. 
"I'm going into pyschiatry." Making perverted faces at Joan 
Nawrocki. Bob & Kevin's moving service. 

Senior Year: Even more poker games. Screwed by the match. 
Positive nice person sign. Postive happy sign. Turning 30 at last 

— Opaa!! Lunch with "Bob and Haze". 
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES, EVERYONE!!! 



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The secret of life 

is enjoying the passage of time. 

Any fool can do it, 

there ain't nothing to it. 

Nobody knows how we got 

to the top of the hill. 

Since we're on our way down, 

we might as well enjoy the ride. 

The secret of love 

is in opening up your heart. 

It's ok to feel afraid, 

don't let that stand in your way. 

Cause anyone knows 

that love is the only road. 

Since we're only here for awhile, 

might as well show some style. 

Give us a smile . . . 

Isn't it a lovely ride, 




Sliding down, gliding down, 
Try not to try too hard, 
it's just a lovely ride. 
Now that thing about time 
is that time isn't really real. 
It's just your point of view, 
how does it feel for you? 
Einstein said 

he could never understand it all. 
Planets are spinning thru space. 
A smile upon your face, 
Welcome to the human race, 
Some kind of lovely ride. 
I'll be sliding down, 
I'll be gliding down. 
Try not to try so hard, 
it's just a lovely ride. 
James Taylor 



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Just got engaged on Easter 
Sunday, 3 April, 1983, on Island 
of San Salvador. Diving with 
Niagra Scuba Club of Upstate 
New York. Rest of Class of '85 
was sucking eggs in Renal Organ 
Systems lectures for a week. 




Loyola University Medical Center 
with Downtown on horizon. Taken 
from Cessna-172. 



Picking Sandy up at work in my 
company car. 




Whoredoggies helping us celebrate 
"tie-ing" the knot at Sandy's and my 
rehearsal dinner, 22 December, 
1983, in Buffalo, N.Y. Next day, It 
snowed 2 y h. feet during the wedding; 
took 2 hours to get to our 
reception. 



John Sterba 



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James Stinneford 




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from, Ics censidarad a complimenr to let fly with a 
good, trumpeting after-dinner" 




y^A« ^ IT WAS THE BEST 
of times, it was the worst of times . . . 



Claudia Talland 



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Lisa Teopp 

"Man seeks to form for himself, in whatever manner 
is suitable for him, a simplified and lucid image of 
the world, and so to overcome the world of 
experience by striving to replace it to some extent 
by his image. This is what the painter does, and the 
poet, the speculative philosopher, the natural 
scientist, each in his own way." Albert Einstein 




Chip and Dale 



Private Benjamin in Hawaii 




Thomas Tomasik 



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Albert Tomchaney 





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Cindy Totel 



"I wish 
I didn't 
know now 
what I didn't 
know then." 
— Bob Seger 





Timothy Gee Liang Tsoi 

Permanent Residence: Piedmont, California 

Local Residence: River Forest, Illinois 

Favorite Medical School: Loyola University-Stritch 

Residency: Internal Medicine 



Timothy Tsoi 



Memorable experiences: 

P-Dog: 73 steps x 12. 

First night on-call: IV's; 12 sticks, 3 successes, 

deaths. 
Medicine: 12 weeks of IV's on call, Pub on 

Friday's. 
Surgery: Long hours; holding retractors: Robin. 
Psych: Interviewing famous celebrities. 
Peds: Getting peed on; carrying Gumby around. 
Med II: 8 more weeks of IV's on call. 
Ob/Gyn: "Push! Push! Push!", 

"Can I catch the next one?" 
Nuero: "Now take your finger, touch your nose, 

then touch my finger. You can open your 

eyes." 
Sexual Dysfunction Clinic: "So what was your 

erotic surprise this week?" 
Luckiest Experience: St. Luke's Prize=no limit 

dinner and drinks for two at Chestnut Street 

Grill. 
Chicago Weather: Winter '81 = 90 degrees below 

with wind chill. 
Vacations: Door County, Wisconsin Dells, Orlando. 
Car Trouble: "Your car broke down? Pick you up? 

Sorry, my car just caught on fire." 



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Jeffry Tyler 



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Thomas Vail 





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There was a young housewife who lived in a zoo, 
She had so many children she didn't know what to do. 
She gave them some broth without any bread. 
Walked out of the kitchen and studied pre-med. 

She suffered through physics, the kids became cooks, 
Her husband did laundry while she hit the books. 
Said she, "Medicine really fulfills all my wishes, 
It sure beats the heck out of doing the dishes." 

Anatomy, micro, pharm, physio too — 
Julie and Faith, Heather, Adam and Lu — 
They're all intermingled, you know, and the fact is 
This lady has never left Family Practice. 




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Steven Abram Preliminary Surgery Vanderbilt University Nashville 
John Andreonl Internal Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor 
Jeffrey Aokl Family Practice Ventura County Medical Center Ventura 
Brian Bane Preliminary Medicine LA County USC Medical Center 

Anesthesiology Brigham and Women's Hospital Boston 
Daniel Batlan Transitional St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, New York 
Herbert Berger Internal Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor 
John Bradtke Internal Medicine SW Michigan Area Health Education Center 

Kalamazoo 
Robert Brockman Preliminary Surgery Presbyterian St. Lukes Chicago 
Jan Brzozowakl Obstetrics-Gynecology Medical College of Pennsylvania 

Philadelphia 
Christopher Capelle Psychiatry VA Medical Center UCLA Sepulveda, 

California 
Elaamma Chacko Internal Medicine SW Michigan Area Health Education 

Center Kalamazoo 
Gregory Chaljub Radiology University of Texas Galveston 
Valeria Chlrurgl Internal Medicine VA Medical Center Martinez, California 
Greg Christensen Emergency Medicine Akron General Hospital Akron, Ohio 
George Christy Internal Medicine Emory University School of Medicine 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Scott Clnel Urology Presbyterian St. Lukes Chicago 
Steven Cohen General Surgery University of Illinois • Metro Group Hospital 

Chicago 
Lydla Collins Obstetrics-Gynecology Mt. Sinai Medical Center Chicago 
Daniel Conway General Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Julia Cooper Medicine- Pediatrics University of Michigan Ann Arbor 
Kevin Cox Psychiatry Cedars- Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles 
Laura Cozzf Preliminary Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Lea Crocker Anesthesiology Loyola University Medical Center 
Juantta Decker Internal Medicine University of Illinois Urbana 
Randal DeFellce Family Practice Oregon Health Sciences University Portland 
Crystal DeGraw Family Practice St. Marys Hospital Madison, Wisconsin 
Mark Diamond Radiology University of Chicago Clinics 
Thomas Duckett Urology UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles 
Katie Dudley Preliminary Medicine Northwestern University Chicago 
Farahld Eahaghpour General Surgery Medical College of Wisconsin 

Milwaukee 
David Evana Anesthesiology San Diego Navy Hospital 
Lorene Fabrlzlus Medicine-Pediatrics Loyola University Medical Center 
Boleslaus Fallnakl Transitional Mac Neal Hospital Berwyn, Illinois 
David Frank Internal Medicine Virginia Mason Hospital Seattle. Washington 
Raymond Georgen General Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Anthony Qlamberdlno Anesthesiology Northwestern University Chicago 
Patricia Gluffre Obstetrics-Gynecology University of Michigan Ann Arbor 
Thomas Gobllrsch Obstetrics-Gynecology Lutheran General Hospital Park 

Ridge, Illinois 
Stewart Goldman Pediatrics University of Chicago Clinics 
Lorraine Griffin Family Practice Charleston Navy Hospital Charleston, South 

Carolina 
Richard Griffin Family Practice Charleston Navy Hospital Charleston, South 

Carolina 
Bruce Groom Family Practice St. Francis Hospital Peoria, Illinois 
Stephen Gryzlo Orthopedic Surgery Northwestern University Chicago 
Michael Gutzeit Pediatrics Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee 
David Harria Preliminary Surgery New England Deaconess Hospital Boston 

Urology Lahey Clinic Foundation Massachusetts 
William Hoffman Preliminary Medicine Loyola University Medical Center 

Anesthesiology Massachusetts General Hospital Boston 
Richard Homdaach Medicine-Pediatrics St. Francis Hospital Peona, Illinois 
Christine ingle General Surgery Mt. Sinai Medical Center Chicago 
Stuart Itslelb Transitional Resurrection Hospital Chicago 
Mary Jachac Internal Medicine SW Michigan Area Health Education Center 

Kalamazoo 
Leslie Jacobs Internal Medicine University of California Irvine 
Debbie Johnson Internal Medicine St. Josephs Hospital Chicago 
Jenilyn Jutton-Laraon Preliminary Surgery Sinai Hospital Baltimore, Maryland 
John Kail Internal Medicine Mayo Graduate School of Medicine Rochester, 

Minnesota 
Mltchel Katz Pediatrics University of Connecticut Farmmgton 
Timothy Kletzman Transitional Brooke Army Hospital San Antonio, Texas 
Donald Kim General Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Linda Kleltman Internal Medicine St Marys Hospital San Francisco 
Bradley Koloms Transitional MacNeal Hospital Berwyn. Illinois 

Ophthalmology Loyola University Medical Center 
Eric Kuhn General Surgery Walter Reed Hospital Washington DC 
Michael Landau Family Practice Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Torrance, 

California 
Daryl LaRusao Family Practice Cook County Hospital Chicago 



Mlchele Lauer Medicine-Pediatrics Loyola University Medical Center 
Kenneth Lleaen Family Practice Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Rochester. Minnesota 
John Llnd Preliminary Medicine Lutheran General Hospital Park Ridge. Illinois 

Radiology Loyola University Medical Center 
Thomas LoSasso Anesthesiology Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Rochester, Minnesota 
Michael Luu Internal Medicine LA County Medical Center 
Anthony Maaalmlllo Internal Medicine Nassau County Medical Center East 

Meadow, New York 
Maureen Matula Transitional Chestnut Hill Hospital Philadelphia 
Terence Mayers General Surgery Valley Medical Center Fresno, California 
Virginia McDonald Preliminary Medicine Northwestern University Chicago 

Radiology Loyola University Medical Center 
Kevin McEvoy Urology LA County-USC Medical Center 
Carole Meyer Pediatrics University of Arizona Tucson 
Ann Mlnclotti Pediatrics Childrens Memorial Hospital Chicago 
Robert Munaon Internal Medicine Wilford Hall Air Force Hospital San 

Antonio, Texas 
Carol Murakami Internal Medicine VA Medical Center-Wadsworth Los 

Angeles 
Patricia Naughton Obstetrics-Gynecology Jewish Hospital of St. Louis 
Joan Nawrockl Obstetrics-Gynecology Loyola University Medical Center 
David Nelson Preliminary Medicine LA County-USC Medical Center 
Timothy Nypaver General Surgery University of Illinois Hospitals Chicago 
Jamas O'Leary Obstetrics-Gynecology Portsmouth Navy Hospital Virginia 
Paula Olen-Mikrut Pediatrics Loyola University Medical Center 
Richard Olen General Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Randal Peoples Preliminary Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 

Neurosurgery Loyola University Medical Center 
John Perrl Psychiatry University of Illinois Hospitals Chicago 
David Piazza General Surgery University of Illinois-Metro Group Hospital 

Chicago 
Suaan Porto Obstetrics-Gynecology University of Illinois Hospitals Chicago 
Michael Pruchnlckl Anesthesiology Michael Reese Hospital Chicago 
Michael Razak Preliminary Medicine Presbyterian St. Lukes Neurology 

Presbyterian St. Lukes Chicago 
David Rosenbaum General Surgery Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Los 

Angeles 
Diane Ryan Obstetrics-Gynecology University of Chicago Clinics 
Stephen SalnatJ Neurology Mayo Graduate School of Medicine Rochester. 

Minnesota 
John Saxer Family Practice Baptist Medical Center Kansas City, Missouri 
Eric Schmidt General Surgery Hospital of St. Raphael New Haven, 

Connecticut 
Jonathan Schmidt Preliminary Surgery Henry Ford Hospital ENT Henry 

Ford Hospital Detroit, Michigan 
Barbara Schwartz Internal Medicine Indiana University Medical Center 

Indianapolis 
Robert Sharpe Psychiatry Loyola University Medical Center 
Daniel Short Preliminary Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Helena Spivak Obstetrics-Gynecology Mount Zion Hospital San Francisco 
Timothy Stack Internal Medicine Loyola University Medical Center 
John Sterba Family Practice Naval Regional Medical Center Bremerton, 

Washington 
Jamea StJnneford Family Practice Hershey Medical Center Hershey, 

Pennsylvania 
Claudia Talland Preliminary Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Llaa Toepp Psychiatry Letterman Army Hospital San Francisco 
Thomas Tomaslk General Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Albert Tomchanay Family Practice St. Josephs Medical Center South Bend. 

Indiana 
Jay Tomeo Family Practice MacNeal Hospital Berwyn, Illinois 
Cindy Total Pediatrics Kaiser Permenente Medical Center Los Angeles 
Timothy Taol Internal Medicine Loyola University Medical Center 
Donald Turner Anesthesiology Jackson Memorial Hospital Jackson, Florida 
Jeffry Tyler Radiology St. Francis Hospital Evanston, Illinois 
Thomas Vail Orthopedic Surgery Duke University Medical Center Durham, 

North Carolina 
Barry Wallman Family Practice Northridge Hospital Northridge, California 
Thomas Waecher Preliminary Surgery Loyola University Medical Center 

Neurosurgery Loyola University Medical Center 
Mark Weintroub General Surgery Oakland Navy Hospital California 
Stavan Williams General Surgery University of Illinois Hospitals Chicago 
Martha Woodhouae Family Practice Eastern Maine Medical Center Bangor, 

Maine 
Michael Woods Obstetrics-Gynecology University of Nebraska Omaha 
Walker Wynkoop Transitional Beaumont Army Hospital Texas 
Jamea Zidar Internal Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor 



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Staff 

Virginia McDonald 
Lydia Collins 
Lorene Fabrizius 
Helene Spivak 
Randal Peoples 

Photography 

Lydia Collins 
Randall Peoples 
Kevin Cox 
Carole Meyer 
Julia Cooper 
Timothy Tsoi 
David Nelson 
Crystal DeGraw 
Steven Williams 
Linda Kleitman 
Thomas Tomasik 
Leslie Jacobs 
Helene Spivak 
Patricia Giuffre 
etc. 



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Dean of Students Office 

Pharmacology 

Medicine 

Otolaryngology 

Neurology 

Urology 

Orthopedic Surgery 

Ophthalmology 

Medical Physiology 

Pediatrics 

Pathology 

Biochemistry 

Anatomy 

Community and Family Medicine 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Microbiology 



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