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Official Organ of the 

Alumni Association of the Medical College of Virginia 

Published by the Alumni Association of the Medical College 
of Virginia in February, May, August, and November 

Editorial Committee 

James T. Tucker, M'27, editor-in-chief and chairman 

Mrs. Frances W. Kay 

Dr. Thomas W. Sale, Jr., M'52 

Mr. James E. Smith, P'47 

Dr. Earle W. Strickland 

Officers 



Mr J. Gilbert Ball, P'33, president 

2431 Breckenridge Road, Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Custis L. Coleman, M'43 M, immediate past presid 

Medical Arts Building, Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Philip L. A. Minor, M'47, president-elect 

3536 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. Martin Markowitz, M'44, vice-president 
808 North Hamilton Street, Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. Harry L. Mears, Jr., D'54, vice-president 

5509 Riverside Drive, Richmond, Virginia 

Mr. Robert W. Clyburn, P'53, vice-president 

6312 Howell Place, Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Miss Mae Belle Lee, N'51, vice-president 

301 North Thompson Street, Apt. 302, Richmond, Virgil 

Dr. Rudolph C. Thomason, M'29, secretary 

Tuckahoe Apartments, Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. James T. Tucker, M'27, treasurer 
Medical Arts Building, Richmond, Virginia 

Trustees 
Term Expires December 31, 1971 

Mr. Ralph W. Deaton, P'51 

Route 1, Box 26 

Pulaski, Virginia 

r. Thomas F. Marshall, Jr., P'49 

LJrbanna, Virginia 

ir. Francis H. McMullan, M'51 

1812 Monument Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 

Mr. John H. Tob 



Dr. R. Douclas Neal, M'42 

Hawthorne Medical Center 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Mrs. Mary Witherell Rebman, N'51 

7730 Kenmore Circle 

Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Earle W. Strickland, D'43 D 

Zuni, Virginia 

Jr., HA'59 



Term Expires December 31, 1972 



Dr. Rufus Purdum Ellett, Jr., M'44 

2037 Crystal Springs Avenue, S.W. 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Dr. Carlton E. Gregory, D'51 

820 North Stafford Street, Suite 302 

Arlington, Virgini; 



Dr. Wi 



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6421 Roselawn Road 
Richmond, Virginia 
sances Whitlock Kay, N'59 
10311 Apache Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Charles Newton Van 

810 Medical Tow 

Norfolk, Virgin 



Dr. Mark Milton Neale, D'38 

West Point, Virginia 

Dr. Thomas Wirt Sale, Jr., M'52 

4304 Chesapeake Avenue 

Hampton, Virginia 

Mr. James Edwin Smith, P'47 

5418 Cary Street Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Joseph Alderson Smith, M'50 

313 12th Street 

Dunbar, West Virginia 

M'46 



Term Expires December 31, 1973 



Dr. Herbert C. Allen, Jr., M'41 

Lee Hermann Professional Bldg. 

Texas Medical Center 

Houston, Texas 

Mr. Harry W. Brown, Jr., P'51 

315 Yadkin Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Dr. Henderson P. Graham, D'54 

210 Center Building 

Marion, Virginia 

Dr. Ota T. Graham, Jr., M'53 

714 North Boulevard 

Richmond, Virginia 

Mrs. Margaret 



Dr. Woodrow C. Henderson, D'37 
100 Westham Parkway 
Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. Frederick W. Hines, D'42 
3801 North Fairfax Drive 
Arlington, Virginia 
Dr. Carolyn M. McCue, 
Box 272, MCV Statio 
Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Floyd A. Robertson, 
P'43 M 
1374 Timberlake 
Lynchburg, Virgini; 
Stokes, N'44 



M'41 



Jr., 



Chapter Officers 

Delaware Valley Chapter 

President — Mrs. Emily H. Baxter, N'52 

P. O. Box 183, Rose Valley Road, Moylan, Pennsylvania 

Vice-President — Dr. Bennett I. Kemper, M'67 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. J. Warren Hundley, M'27 

Florida Chapter 

President — Dr. Anthony C. Livingstone, D'59 

12443 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida 

President-elect — Mr. Salvatore E. DiFede, Jr., PT'53 

Secretary — Mrs. Mae Belle W. Condit, N'36 

Kanawha Valley Chapter 

President — Dr. Carl J. Roncaglione, M'51 

308— 33rd Street, S.E., Charleston, West Virginia 

President-elect — Dr. George L. Grubb, M'43M 

Secretary-treasurer — Dr. Rodgers W. Harshbarger, M'43M 

New York Chapter 

President — Dr. Robert E. Barrett, M'57 

N. Y. Neurological Institute, 710 West 168th Street, New York, N.Y. 

Vice-President — Dr. Eugene Freunolich, M'43D 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Marcus Nakdimen, M'44 

North Carolina Dental Chapter 

President — Dr. Charles Robert Helsabeck, Jr., D'40 
Box 38, Rural Hall, North Carolina 

North Carolina Medical Chapter 

President — Dr. Louis R. Wilkerson, M'52 

100 S. Boylan Avenue, Raleigh, North Carolina 

President-elect — Dr. Lockert B. Mason, M'45 

Secretary — Dr. Claude A. Frazier, M'44 

Northern Virginia, Washington and Southern Maryland Chapter 

President — Dr. Hampton Hubbard, M'47 

U. S. Naval Hospital, NNMC, Bethesda, Maryland 

Vice-President — Dr. Carlton E. Gregory, D'51 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Clarence K. Glover, M'56 

Peninsula Chapter 

President — Dr. Elmer Orva Fisher, Jr., D'60 

1 Riverside Drive, Hampton, Virginia 

Vice-President — Dr. Roland G. Garrett, Jr., P'54, M'58 

Secretary-Treasurer — Mr. John D. Cowley, Jr., P'57 

Puerto Rico Chapter 

President — Dr. Hilda Garcia de la Noceda, M'49 

108 Betances Street, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Delores Mendez-Cashion, M'37 

Richmond Chapter 

President — Dr. Philip L. A. Minor, M'47 

3536 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 

President-elect — Mr. James E. Smith, P'47 

Secretary — Miss Mae Belle Lee, N'51 

Treasurer — Miss Marguerite Nicholson, N'34 

Roanoke Chapter 

President — Dr. David W. Branch, M'52 

1232 Persinger Road, S.W., Roanoke, Virginia 

President-elect — Mr. James G. Williams, P'53 

Secretary-treasurer — Mrs. Elizabeth L. Wellford, N'49 

South Carolina Dental Chapter 

President — Dr. Charles B. Barnett, D'56 

Calhoun Towers, Greenville, South Carolina 

Secretary-treasurer — Dr. N. Carl Wessinger, D'58 

Tidewater Chapter 

President — Mr. Robert W. Clyburn, P'53 

6312 Howell Place, Virginia Beach, Virginia 

President-elect — Dr. Frederick T. Given, Jr., M'53 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Bernard B. Batleman, D'41 

Valley Chapter 

President — Dr. Orville O. Van Dusen, D'42 

11 North Washington Street, Winchester, Virginia 

First Vice-President — Dr. D. Ewell Hendricks, M'57 

Second Vice-President — Mr. Carl S. Napps, HA'56 

Third Vice-President — Mr. Marshall Gayheart, Jr., P'53 

Secretary — Mrs. Lillian F. Hoover, N'35 

West Virginia Chapter 

President — Dr. Thomas P. Long, M'54 
502 East McDonald Avenue, Man, West Virginia 




Robert Blackwell Smith, Jr., 1915-1971 



Robert (Bob) Blackwell Smith, Jr., president of the 
Medical College of Virginia from 1956 to 1968, died 
on October 8, 1971, following brain surgery. 

During his tenure as our president, MCV under- 
went a period of remarkable growth, both in quality 
of education and in physical facilities. Full-time faculty 
more than doubled. Allied health programs were 
strengthened. The school of graduate studies emerged 
as a flourishing entity. Buildings begun or completed 
include the medical education building (now known 
as Sanger Hall), the Lyons (dentistry) Building, the 
Clinical Center, Phase II of McGuire Hall Annex, 
Cabaniss Hall for women students, four residence halls 
for men students (Bear Hall, McRae Hall, Rudd Hall, 
Warner Hall). In the process, MCV became recog- 
nized as one of the leading health sciences schools of 
our country. 

Born in Petersburg, Doctor Smith graduated from 
our school of pharmacy in 1937. He went on to re- 
ceive the M.S. degree, with major in pharmacology, 
from the University of Florida in 1938, and the Ph.D. 
in pharmacology from the University of Chicago in 
1941. From 1941 to 1945, he served in the Division 
of Pharmacology of the U. S. Food and Drug Admin- 
istration, where he was acting chief of the Division 
when the call came to return to MCV. Beginning as 
assistant dean of our school of pharmacy, he became 
dean in 1947, assistant president to Doctor Sanger in 
1954, and president in 1956. In 1968, he was ap- 
pointed to the position of provost of MCV as it became 
the Health Sciences Division of Virginia Common- 
wealth University. He resigned from that position for 
health reasons a year later, but continued to serve 



MCV under his long dual appointment as professor 
of pharmacology until his death. 

Auxiliary activities of Doctor Smith included serving 
as secretary, Council of the Richmond Area University 
Center; secretary, MCV Foundation; chairman, Uni- 
versity Center in Virginia; chairman, President's 
Council of Virginia State Institutions of Higher Edu- 
cation; president, Association of Virginia Colleges. 

Special honors included being named Pharamcist 
of the Year in Virginia in 1956, and receipt of an 
honorary LL.D. from Hampden-Sydney College in 
1966. 

Throughout his administrative career, Doctor Smith 
remained active in the field of pharmacology. He was 
a member of the Committee on Food Protection of 
the National Research Council from 1950 to 1970. 
He was chairman of an international conference held 
by the Food Agricultural Organization-World Health 
Organization in Geneva, Switzerland in 1957, dealing 
with methods for determining the safety of chemicals 
used in foods. As time permitted, he devoted many 
off-hours from administrative duties, including evenings 
and weekends, to participation in research projects 
in the department of pharmacology, resulting in many 
articles in scientific journals bearing his name. 

Doctor Smith is survived by his wife, Mrs. Esther 
O. Smith; a son, Peter Blackwell Smith; two daughters, 
Mrs. George Cabell Lawton III and Miss Nancy Smith; 
and a brother, a distinguished MCV alumnus, Dele- 
gate W. Roy Smith, of Petersburg. 

Farewell Bob. You left all of our lives en- 
riched. Well Done! 



The Medical College of Virginia Foundation is now accepting contributions to 
the R. Blackwell Smith, Jr. Memorial Student Loan Fund. Responses from alumni 
will be gratefully received. 

William T. Sanger 

Director MCV Foundation 



NOVEMBER, 1971 



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Warren Harland Pearse 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Detroit, Michigan, married, and has four chil- 
dren. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

B.S., Michigan State University, 1948. 

M.B., M.D., Northwestern University, 1950-1951. 

Internship and residency, University of Michigan Hos- 
pitals. 

Certified by American Board of Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology, 1960. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Instructor; associate; assistant professor; associate pro- 
fessor; professor; chairman, department of obstetrics 
and gynecology, August 1, 1962; assistant dean, Col- 
lege of Medicine, September 1, 1963; foundation pro- 
fessor and chairman, July 1, 1969; University of 
Nebraska, College of Medicine. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Dean, school of medicine. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

Member: Douglas County Medical Society, Nebraska 
State Medical Association, AMA, Central Travel Club, 
Norman F. Miller Gynecologic Society, Nebraska State 
Obstetric and Gynecology Society, Omaha Midwest 
Clinical Society, Sigma XI, Central Association of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Alpha Omega Alpha, The 
Society for Gynecologic Investigation, American Gyne- 
cological Society, and American Association of Ob- 
stetricians and Gynecologists. 

Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
1957. 

Honorary member: Pacific Northwest Obstetric and 
Gynecologic Society, Edmonton Obstetric and Gyne- 
cologic Society, Honolulu Obstetrical and Gynecolog- 
ical Society, and North Dakota Obstetric and Gyneco- 
logic Society. 

Ob-Gyn consultant, U. S. Fifth Army; chairman, Chil- 
dren's Bureau Research Grant Advisory Council, 
1967-71; FDA Obstetrics-Gynecology Advisory Com- 
mittee, 1971; associate examiner, American Board of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1965; residency review 
committee, Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1969-72; fam- 
ily planning consultant, OEO Region VII; family 
planning consultant, OEO — Population Council. 

Secretary-treasurer, District VI, ACOG; vice chairman, 
District VI, ACOG; secretary-treasurer, Association 
of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics; presi- 
dent, Norman F. Miller Gynecologic Society, 1970- 
1971; chaiman, ACOG District VI, 1971-73; presi- 
dent-elect, Great Plains Association for Perinatal Care, 
1971-73. 

46 publications. 




Warren H. Pearse 

William S. Allerton 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Tilden, Nebraska, married, and has one son. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

Pre-med, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana. 

M.D., Northwestern University Medical School, Chi- 
cago, Illinois. 

Internship, St. Joseph's Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. 

Residency in psychiatry and neurology, St. Luke's Hos- 
pital, Chicago, Illinois; The Sheppard and Enoch 
Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland. 

Student, Baltimore Psychoanalytic Institute. 

Graduate, associate course, Command and General 
Staff College; Armed Forces Staff College. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Chief, psychiatry and neurology section 118th Station 
Hospital, Fukuoaka, Japan. 

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William S. Allerton 

Psychiatrist, office chief, psychiatry and neurology con- 
sultant, Office of the Surgeon General, Department 
of the Army. 

Chief, psychiatry and neurology service, 97th General 
Hospital, Frankfort, Germany. 

Chief, psychiatry service, Fitzsimons General Hospital, 
Denver, Colorado. 

Assistant chief, psychiatry and neurology, Walter Reed 
General Hospital. 

Assistant chief, chief, and psychiatry and neurology 
consultant OTSG, DA. 

Army representative in Mental Health Study Section, 
National Institute of Mental Health. 

Director, Loudoun County Guidance Center, Leesburg, 
Virginia. 

Superintendent, Northern Virginia Mental Health In- 
stitute. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Clinical professor of psychiatry and commissioner, De- 
partment of Mental Hygiene and Hospitals. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 

Has published several papers and a chapter in "Army 
Psychiatry in Viet Nam." 

Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neu- 
rology in Psychiatry; fellow, American Psychiatric 
Association. 

Member: AMA; Association of Military Surgeons of 
the United States; American Academy of Medical 
Administrators; Association of Medical Superintend- 
ents of Mental Hospitals; Eastern Psychoanalytic As- 
sociation; Richmond Academy of Medicine; Medical 
Society of Virginia; National Association of State 
Mental Health Program Directors; ex-officio, Commis- 



sion of Mental, Indigent, and Geriatric Patients; Gov- 
ernor's Council on Narcotics and Drug Abuse Control; 
Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Rho Sigma; Committee on 
Mental Illness and Retardation; Southern Regional 
Education Board. 
Delegate, Assembly of District Branches of American 
Psychiatric Association. 




Nellie Finney Whisenhunt 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in El Paso, Texas, single. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

G. N., John Sealy College of Nursing, University of 

Texas, 1942. 
B.A., University of Texas, 1943. 
M.S., N. Ed., Catholic University of America, 1951. 
Postmasters study in anthropology, Catholic University 

of America, 1959-60. 
Postmasters study in philosophy and public health, 

Tulane University, 1968-71. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Public health nurse, New Orleans Health Department. 
Associate professor of nursing, University of Southern 

Mississippi. 
Assistant professor of nursing, Louisiana State Univer- 
sity, Medical Center. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Associate professor, department of community health 

nursing, school of nursing. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 

Member and chairman of various committees of local 

and state nursing associations in Tennessee, Georgia, 

and Louisiana. 



NOVEMBER, 1971 




Raymond P. White, Jr. 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in New York City, married, and has two children. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

Washington and Lee University. 

D.D.S. and Ph.D. (anatomy), Medical College of Vir- 
ginia. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Residency in oral surgery, Medical College of Virginia. 

Assistant professor, director of residency program — oral 
surgery; University of Kentucky Medical Center. 

Associate professor — chairman, department of oral sur- 
gery, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Professor, department of oral surgery, and assistant dean 
for administrative affairs, school of dentistry. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

Member: social and honorary societies: Omicron Kappa 
Upsilon, Sigma Xi, Psi Omega, and Delta Tau Delta; 
professional societies: American Board of Oral Sur- 
gery, American Society of Oral Surgeons, American 
Dental Association, Virginia Society of Oral Surgeons, 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 
and New York Academy of Science. 

Awards and Honors: Research award, South-Eastern 
Society of Oral Surgeons, 1968; Listed American Men 
of Science, Dictionary of International Biography; 
Who's Who; Outstanding teacher award, classes of 
1972 and 1973, College of Dentistry, University of 
Kentucky, 1971. 

Coauthor with Doctor Emmett Costich, Fundamentals 
of Oral Surgery. Numerous other publications and 
presentations to local, state, and national professional 
and scientific organizations. 



Dinh De Tran 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Hue, Central Viet Nam, married, and has five 
children. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

M.D., Paris University, Paris, France, 1947. 

Internship and residency in Viet Nam. 

Postgraduate study in Paris, France, 1950, and Johns 
Hopkins, Baltimore, Maryland, 1950-52. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Chief of obstetrics and gynecology clinic, 1947-52; as- 
sistant professor of obstetrics, 1952-55; professor 
agrege (associate professor) in obstetrics and gyne- 
cology, 1955-1958; full professor of obstetrics and 
gynecology, 1958-1963, Saigon University Medical 
School. 

World Health Organization consultant in medical edu- 
cation in Brazzaville, Africa, July, 1966-September, 
1966; Yaounde, Cameroon, Africa, October, 1966- 
September, 1969. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Medical director, Family Planning Clinic, City of Rich- 
mond; and associate professor of obstetrics and gyne- 
cology, MCV. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

Numerous publications. 

Member: Founder member and president of Obstetrical 
and Gynecological Section of the Vietnamese Medical 
Association, Saigon, Vietnam, 1957; Member of 
Honor, Paris Societe of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
Paris, France. 




Dinh De Tran 



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Sherwin R. Fishman 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Detroit, Michigan, single. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 
B.S., Wayne State University, 1953. 
D.D.S., University of Michigan, 1956. 
M.P.H., University of Michigan, 1964. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 
Army, 1956-1958. 
Private practice, 1958-1963. 

Part-time instructor, University of Michigan, 1960-1963. 
Full-time faculty, department of community dentistry, 
University of Kentucky, 1964-1971. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Associate professor, department of general and preven- 
tive dentistry. Involved with the teaching of the pre- 
ventive aspects of dentistry and also developing extra- 
mural programs. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 

Consultant to United States Territory of the Pacific, Jan- 
uary-April, 1968. 



Edward W. Moore 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Madisonville, Kentucky, married, and has five 

children. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

B.A., Vanderbilt University (chemistry) , Phi Beta Kappa, 

1952. 
M.D., Vanderbilt University Medical School, Alpha 

Omega Alpha, 1955. 
Student fellow of National Polio Foundation in medical 

school. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Intern, Harvard Medical Services, Boston City Hospital, 

Boston, Massachusetts, 1955-56. 



Resident in internal medicine, Lemuel Shattuck Hospi- 
tal, Boston, Massachusetts, 1956-57. 

Clinical associate, National Cancer Institute, 1957-59. 

Resident in internal medicine, Harvard Medical Services, 
Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, 1959-60. 

Research fellow, U. S. Public Health Service, Harvard 
Medical School, 1960-62. 

Fellow of the Medical Foundation of Boston, 1962-65. 

Senior physician and chief of gastroenterology, Lemuel 
Shattuck Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, 1963-70. 

Recipient of research career development award, National 
Institute of General Medicine Sciences, U.S.P.H.S.; 
consultant in medicine, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; and associate professor of medicine, Tufts 
University Medical School, 1965-70. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Professor of medicine and director of gastrointestinal re- 
search. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

Doctor Moore pioneered the use of ion-exchange calcium 
electrodes in physiology and clinical medicine. He is 
an authority on electrochemistry in biomedical re- 
search and clinical medicine, consulting on this for 
Orion Research, Inc., (Cambridge, Massachusetts); 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration; 
and The National Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C. 

He serves on a general medicine study section of the 
National Institutes of Health for review of research 
grant applications to the N.I.H. 

Member: editorial board for Gastroenterology, steering 
committee of the Eastern Gastroenterological Club, 
scientific exhibit committee of the American Gastro- 
enterological Association, and numerous national or- 
ganizations including: American Society for Clinical 
Investigation, American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, American Federation for Clinical 
Research, New York Academy of Sciences, American 
Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, and Amer- 
ican Gastroenterological Association. 

Published some 80 scientific articles. 




Edward W. Moore 



NOVEMBER, 1971 




F. Norman Briggs 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Oakland, California, married, and has one child. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

A.B., 1947; M.A., 1948; Ph.D., 1953; University of 
California. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Radiologist, biology, U. S. Naval Radiological Defense 
Laboratory, 1948-49. 

Instructor in pharmacology, Harvard School of Dental 
Medicine, 1952-55. 

Associate in pharmacology, Harvard Medical School, 
1956-58. 

Assistant professor (1958-61) to associate professor 
of physiology, January to June, 1961, Tufts University 
School of Medicine. 

Professor of physiology, University of Pittsburgh School 
of Medicine, July, 1961-May, 1971. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Professor and chairman, department of physiology. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

Established investigator, American Heart Association, 
1960-64. 

Public Health Service Research Career Award, Na- 
tional Heart Institute, 1964-71. 

Section editor, American Journal of Physiology and 
Journal of Applied Physiology, 1970-present. 

Member: Society for Pharmacology and Experimental 
Therapeutics; American Physiological Society; Car- 
diac Muscle Society; Biophysical Society; U. S. Public 
Health Service Research Fellowship for study of mus- 
cular contraction with H. H. Weber at Max-Planck 
Institut fur Medezinische Forschung, Heidelberg, 
1955-56; Council on Basic Sciences of the American 
Heart Association, 1963-65; study section, physi- 
ology training program of the National Institutes of 
Health, 1967-70; and American Physiological Society 
Education Committee, 1971-present. 



M. Gary Hadfield 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Ogden, Utah, married, and has two children. 



EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

B.A. Cum Laude, Brigham Young University, Provo, 

Utah. 
M.D., University of Utah College of Medicine, Salt Lake 

City, Utah. 
Intern and resident, pathology, New York Hospital. 
N.I.H. trainee, neuropathology, Montefiore Hospital and 

Medical Center, Bronx. 
N.I.H. post doctoral fellow, neurochemistry, New York 

University Medical Center. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Teaching assistant, French, Brigham Young University. 
Assistant visiting pathologist, Bellevue Hospital Center. 
Assistant professor, pathology, neuropathology, New 

York University Medical Center. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Associate professor of pathology (neuropathology). 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 

American Board of Pathology certification in anatomic 

pathology and neuropathology, American Association 

of Neuropathologists. 




M. Gary Hadfield 

Otto D. Payton 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Elk City, Oklahoma, married, and has one child. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

B.S., University of Kansas (physical therapy). 

M.S., Indiana University (counseling). 

Ph.D., University of Maryland (curriculum in higher 
education). 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Instructor, department of rehabilitation medicine, as- 

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Otto D. Payton 

sistant professor and acting head, University of Mary- 
land, department of physical therapy. 

Assistant director and chief physical therapist, Reha- 
bilitation Center, Elkhart, Indiana. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Associate professor and chairman of graduate studies, 
physical therapy program, school of allied health pro- 
fessions, assuming responsibility for development of 
new master's degree program in physical therapy. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

Member: American Physical Therapy Association; Grad- 
uate Education Committee, APTA; and Association 
of Schools of Allied Health Professions. 

Consultant, Physical Therapy Division, Maryland State 
Health Department. 

Areas of research and publications: curriculum valida- 
tion; amputees and prosthetics. 

Maurice Wood 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Pelton, Durham County, England, married, and 
has three children. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

Pre-medical, Durham University, 1940-41. 

B.S., M.B., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1941-45. 

House physician, Newcastle General Hospital, 1945. 

House surgeon (obstetrics and gynecology) Sunderland 
Royal Infirmary, 1946; Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 
1949-50. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Major and senior medical officer, Middle East Opera- 
tion, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1946-49. 

NOVEMBER, 1971 



Private medical practice, South Shields, England, 
1950-71. 

Lecturer on practice nurse training, North Eastern Fac- 
ulty, Royal College of General Practitioners, 1965-71. 

Clinical assistant, department of psychiatry, South Shields 
General Hospital, 1966-71. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Associate professor, department of family practice. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

A. D. Williams Distinguished Scholar, 1971. 

Vice chairman, North East Faculty, Royal College of 
General Practitioners. 

President, British Medical Association. 

Member: Southern Counties Psychiatric Association and 
Newcastle Obstetrical Society. 
publications: 

"The Practice Nurse," published by the Ministry of 
Health, The Council of the Royal College of General 
Practitioners, England, September, 1968. 

"Work Study and Operational Research," Journal of the 
Dutch College of Family Physicians, November, 1969. 

"British Medical Practice — Some Recent Innovations," 
Medical College of Virginia Quarterly, Vol. 6, No. 3. 

"The Nurse in General Practice," in proofs for UP- 
DATE, a British journal of postgraduate medical prac- 
tice. 




Maurice Wood 

Mary Edna Fitzpatrick 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Maryland, single. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

R.N., graduate, Mercy Hospital, 1930. 

B.S., public health nursing, Columbia University, New 




Mary Edna Fitzpatrick 

York City, 1944. 

Associate C.N.M., nurse-midwifery, Maternity Center 
Association, 1944. 

M.A., nursing service administration, Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York City. 

Credits in sociology, University of Maryland, College 
Park, Maryland. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Supervisor and staff, Baltimore City Department of 
Health, Baltimore, Maryland, 1936-42. 

Staff nurse, Henry Street Visiting Nurse Association, 
New York City, 1942-43. 

Supervisor and instructor in nurse midwifery, Maternity 
Center Association, New York City, 1944-46. 

Supervisor and instructor of obstetrics, out-patient de- 
partment, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Mary- 
land, 1946-47. 

Instructor in obstetrics, Presbyterian Hospital, New York 
City, 1947-49. 

Supervisor and instructor of obstetrics, Union Memorial 
Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, 1949-50. 

Hospital nurse consultant, Georgia State Department of 
Health, 1950-55. 

Area nurse consultant, U.S.P.H.S. Indian Health Pro- 
gram, 1955-57. 

Program director, maternity and infant nursing, Catholic 
University, 1957-71. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Professor of maternal-child nursing. Her special job is 
to inaugurate a graduate program for the education 
of nurses in the specialty of maternity nursing. Ad- 
vanced program leading to M.S. degree. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

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Sigma Theta Tau. 

Member: American College of Nurse Midwives Research 
Council. 
PUBLICATIONS: 

Study of Nurse Training Facilities for Hospital Con- 
struction Funds in Georgia. 

Survey of Nursing Personnel in the State of Georgia. 

Nursing Procedure Manual for the State of Georgia — 
Editor. 

Construction of Nurses Residencies in North Carolina 
and Georgia with Hill Burton Funds. 

Survey of Nursing — Chemawa Indian Health Reserva- 
tion. 
workshops: 

Work Conferences on Problems in Nursing Service. 
(Published 1952.) 

Patient Care — Utilizing Community Resources. 

Better Patient Care Using the Hospital Team. 
papers: 

"Public Health Nursing Objectives and Suggested Im- 
plementation," given at Washington State Department 
of Health meeting. 

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS: 

Perception and Mother's Obstetric Experience. 







The Reverend A. Patrick L. Prest, Jr. 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Detroit, Michigan, married, and has five children. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

Graduate of Tabor Academy, Marion, Massachusetts. 

B.S., Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (busi- 
ness administration). 

S.T.B., Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mas- 
sachusetts. 

Certificate, Institute of Religion, Houston, Texas. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Assistant rector, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Meri- 
dan, Connecticut. 

Resident chaplain and assistant supervisor, St. Luke's 
Episcopal Hospital, Houston, Texas. 

Staff chaplain and assistant supervisor, Bellevue Hospital, 
New York City. 

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Executive director, Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care, 
Inc., Richmond, Virginia. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Chairman and professor, department of patient counsel- 
ing, school of allied health professions. 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 

A book, published in Germany, Die Sprache der Sterben- 
den. 

Articles published in the "Virginia Churchman," Witness 
magazine, and the Journal of Pastoral Care. 

President, Torch Club of Richmond. 

Board member, Bon Air Counseling Center. 

Ex-board member of Traveler's Aid Society, Memorial 
Guidance Clinic, Middle Atlantic Institute for Alcohol 
Studies, TRUST, Inc. 




Marjorie J. Keller 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Connecticut, single. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

B.S.N., University of Connecticut, School of Nursing. 
M.S. and certificate of advanced graduate study, Boston 
University, School of Nursing. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Several positions in hospitals and occupational health 

nursing. 
Assistant professor and principal investigator for oc- 
cupational health nursing education project of the 
University of Tennessee, College of Nursing. 
Associate professor, Boston University School of Nurs- 
ing. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Associate professor, school of nursing, department of 
community health nursing. 



ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 

Coauthor of monograph — "Occupational Health Con- 
tent in Baccalaureate Nursing Education." 

Guest editor — March, 1972, issue of Nursing Clinics of 
North America. 

Member of Nurse Educators Advisory Council, Ameri- 
can Association of Industrial Nurses. 

Recipient of World Health Organization Travel Fellow- 
ship to study at University of Oslo, Norway, Summer, 
1971. 




Giovanni Costa 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in Collagna, Italy, married, and has six children. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

Liceo Classico "Virgilio," Mantua, Italy, 1947. 
M.D., University of Genoa Medical School, Genoa, 

Italy, 1953. 
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma Medical School (bio- 
chemistry), 1959. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Associate chief, department of medicine, A, Roswell Park 

Memorial Institute, September 1963-June, 1968. 
Research instructor in medicine, 1962-65, and assistant 
professor of medicine, 1965-70, State University of 
New York at Buffalo. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Professor of medicine and director, Clinical Research 
Center. 

Gabriel Maclouf 

POSITION AT MCV: 

Associate professor of medicine. 

(No picture or data sheet submitted.) 



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Emanuel M. Bogdanove 



Emanuel M. Bogdanove 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: 

Born in New York City, married, and has six children. 
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: 

B.S., City College, New York. 

M.S., State University of Iowa. 

Ph.D., State University of Iowa. 

University of London, England, USPHS special trained. 
FORMER POSITIONS: 

Instructor to associate professor, Albany Medical Col- 
lege, Albany, New York. 

Associate professor to professor, Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Indiana. 
POSITION AT MCV: 

Professor of physiology. Participate in teaching of phy- 
siology (endocrinology) and do research on neuro- 
endocrine regulation of anterior pituitary function, 
particularly as related to reproduction. 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS : 

Author of numerous publications. 

Member: American Association of Anatomists, Endo- 
crine Society, American Physiological Society, So- 
ciety for Endocrinology (British), IBRO (Interna- 
tional Brain Research Organization), International 
Society for Study of Reproduction, Society for Study 
of Reproduction (American), Society for Experi- 
mental Biology and Medicine, and editorial board 
of Endocrinology. 



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1904 


1909 


1912 


Archie F. Hassell 
*Lelia P. Phillips 


PHARMACY 


NURSING (UCM) 


PHARMACY (UCM) 


MEDICINE 


Mae W. Young 


L. J. Henley 


Edna D. Tarns 


P. M. Massle 


L. H. Apperson 


1914 


1916 


1905 


1910 


MEDICINE' (UCM) 


MEDICINE 


MEDICINE 


MEDICINE 


MEDICINE 


Lewis J. Friedman 


R. H. Cross 


L. Nelson Bell 






M. Pinson Neal 


Guy B. Denit 


William P. Gilmer 


S. L. Craig 


Turner S . Shelton 


Charles C. Smith, Jr. 


J. M. "Holloway 


J. L. Hamner 




0. W. Ward 




Edgar P. Norfleet 


Henry C. Johnston 


1907 




PHARMACY 


George B. Tyler 


William 0. Poindexter 




1911 




J. C. Walker, Jr. 


Albert T. Ransone 


MEDICINE (UCM) 




D. D. Gray 


C. B. Young 


Alex F. Robertson, Jr. 




MEDICINE 


J. S. Patterson 




F. P. Sutherland 


James C. Moore 






PHARMACY 






Richard H. Eanes 


1913 




1917 


PHARMACY (UCM) 


G. G. Hanklns 




George B. Cocke 






A. A. Houser 


MEDICINE 


G. Van Durrer 


MEDICINE 


H. G. Whitehead 












MEDICINE (UCM) 


E. L. Caudill, Sr. 


NURSING 


E. Ray Altizer 


1908 








Edward T. Ames 




Harry Harrison 


MEDICINE (UCM) 


Nora Spencer Hamner 


Blondin S. Brake 


MEDICINE (UCM) 


J. G. Raby 






Randolph G. Broaddus 




DENTISTRY 


J. D. Hagood 




Alan J. Chenery 


Eugene B. Pendleton 




George S. Hurt 


1915 


Sterling S. Cook 


E. P. Whelan 


Walter H. Wunder 






Charles J. Devine 






PHARMACY 


MEDICINE 


Basil B. Jones 


DENTISTRY (UCM) 


NURSING (UCM) 






T. C. Lovelace 






Glenn Updike 


M. Roman Benltez 


Claudius MacGowan 


John M. Hughes 


Anne H. Moore 




Carroll H. Iden 


Toson 0. Summers 




Annie C. Stephenson 


NURSING (DCM) 


J. Gregg Smith 


Ramon M. Suarez 



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R. F. Thornhill 

DENTISTRY 

*Beaman Story 
K. M. Yokeley 

PHARMACY 

L. C. Bird 
W. T. Gladden, Sr. 
Samuel Rosenthal 
S. B. Wright 

1918 

MEDICINE 

C. S. McCants 
Wallace Spigel 
James F. Terrell 
H. H. Wescott 

DENTISTRY 

W. Archer Bagley 
W. I. Carpenter 
L. M. Massey 
N. F. Muir 

NURSING 



Nancy P. Dai ley 
Frances H. Draper 

•NURSING (VCH) 

Nina Ramsey Jeter 

1919 

MEDICINE 

*Henry W. Decker 

DENTISTRY 

R. H. Bruni 
T. A. Price 
Leon J. Walton 

NURSING 

Emily M. Lyerly 

1920 

MEDICINE 

J. F. Edmonds 

James G. Lyerly, Sr. 



Francis J. Britton 
B. E. Burnett 
Ralph J. Walker 



Etta Davis Felvey 
Gertrude Earehart Udine 



NURSING (VCH) 




T. Dewey Davis 
Rod Roy Doss 
F. Ernest Hinchman 
Ira T. Hornbarger 
Paul A. Robertson 
R. Hugh Wood 



W. E. Clark 
Floyd L. Leonard 
John C. Tyree 

PHARMACY 

J. H. Gary 
Margaret S. Gary 
J . L . Lowman 
James P. Norman 
R. Reginald Rooke 
J. G. Thomas 
Elliott S. White 
Thurston Willis 

1922 

MEDICINE 

Charles M. Caravati 
Joseph Coates 

B. P. Seward 
Thomas M. Winn, Sr. 
James B. Woods, Jr. 

DENTISTRY 

French H. Moore 
Tillie L. Weinstein 

PHARMACY 

L. W. Butler 
H. M. Eads 
Thomas F. Marshall 
L. V. Morgan 

C. R. Pendleton 
NURSING 



*Hildred M. Bauserman 
Clara Virginia Besson 
Jane J . Brown 
Florence C. Schwab 

1923 

MEDICINE 

E. Macaulay Babb 
William H. Batte, Jr. 
Wyatt S. Beazley, Jr. 
Benjamin E. Glass 
Homer B. Luttrell 
J. A. Mease 
Waverly R. Payne 
John N. Robertson 
Leta J. White 

DENTISTRY 

Andrew B . Cooke 
R. Ashton Gay 
William Tyler Haynes 
Harry Lyons 
Leland S. Mabry 

PHARMACY 

J. W. Chamblee 

E. R. Rush 

NURSING 

Edna N. Hooker 

1924 

MEDICINE 

J. Albert Avrack 

G. W. Black 

James Lewis Blanton 

F. Norman Bowles 
Lula Woods Garst 



C. E. Haberlin 
Henry A. Hornthal 
B. E. Hunt 
Clark F. Lemley 
W. Ambrose McGee 
W. E. Newcomer 
Allen B. Sloan 
Giles S. Terry 
H. Hudnall Ware, Jr. 
T. B. Washington 

DENTISTRY 

L. 0. Alexander 
W. Russell Colvin 
R. F. Freeman 
S. Nelson Gray 
G. Fred Hale 
0. R. Hodgin 
James L. Purcell 
Herbert Spear 
W. J. Sydnor 

PHARMACY 

Stanley T. Gray 
D. B. Schwetz 
H. H. Shiner 
*Edward P. Turner 

1925 

MEDICINE 

D. G. Chapman 
Bernard Disick 
Robley R. Goad 
W. Randolph Graham 
Archbold M. Jones 
R. G. Lefevre 
Dana T. Moore 
PHARMACY 



C. A. Pollard 



John M. Plank 
A. F. Taylor 



MEDICINE 



Fletcher E. Ammons 
Guy C. Amory 
Webster P. Barnes 
Richard A. Bowen, II 
William T. Burch 
J. Melvin Crymes 
A. D. Ferrell 
0. Hugh Fulcher 
Harry Golston 
J. Berkeley Gordon 
Thomas B. Gordon 
J. Philip Jones, Jr. 

A. A. Karan 
Max Kliger 
Lewis C. Lush 
George 0. Martin 
W. Fuqua Mitchell 
Rafael Rodriguez-Molina 
Maurice Rosenthal 
Donnie M. Royal 

J. Asa Shield 

H. L. Townsend 

Louis Wardell 

*Edward W. Wood 

DENTISTRY 

Edward Myers 
W. A. Ratcliffe 

PHARMACY 

B. W. Blachman 
Braxton Coiner 
Hunter M. Gaunt 
Z, B. Johnston 



Maude L. Fox 



MEDICINE 



W. L. Ball 
G. Norfleet Carter 
Raymond H. Curry 
B. H. Denman 
Seth Gayle, Jr. 
L. Holmes Ginn, Jr. 
J. Warren Hundley 
Leo L. Jacobs 

E. W. Johnson 
Sidney F. Johnston 
Orvin C. Jones 
Athey R. Lutz 

F. U. Met calf 
Charles L. Newland 
Juan Nieves-Colon 
John W. Parker, Jr. 
Irwin Rifkin 
Palmer A. Shelburne 
S. F. Stockhammer 
R. R. Summers 
James T. Tucker 
DENTISTRY 

J. R. Fleet 



A. 0. McCalley 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Katherine K. Wade 

1928 

MEDICINE 
Asher L. Baker 
Clyde L. Brothers 
Raymond L. Claterbaugh 
*A. R. Comunale 
Garrett Dalton 
George W. Easley 
W. C. Elliott 

C. H. Henderson 
N. Berkley Jeter 
E. C. Joyner 
Dorothy Kirschbaum 

D. F. Love 
Ashby G. Martin 
Frank Mongillo 
Claude L. Neale 
R. H. Reitzel 
R. F. Simms 

W. R. Southward, Jr. 
James A. Soyars 
William N. Thompson 

DENTISTRY 

William C. Webb 

PHARMACY 

W. J. Ramsey 

NURSING 

Mary Campbell Gale 

1929 

MEDICINE 

S. 0. Bennett 
Rex Blankinship 
Charles H. Bondurant 



0. K. Burnette 

A. C. Chandler 
Samuel L. Cooke 
William L. Cooke 
Algie C. Davis 
Addison M. Duval 
William J. Ellis 
Oscar L. Hite 

B. L. Parrish 
J. P. Pregnall 
Charles P. Ryland 
H. A. Shaffer 
William P. Stull 
Rudolph C . Thomason 
R. L. Waddell 
Bernard W. Wilkinson 
P. H. Winston 

DENTISTRY 



Isham T. Hardy 
0. S. Martin 



Frank S. Anderson, Jr. 
James H. Sul lender 
Robert A. Tolley 

NURSING 

Bernice H. Chase 
Rachel H. Hughes 
Anne F. Mahoney 
Elva Newman 
Minnie P. Oldham 
Frances L. Pickard 
Virginia M. Porter 
Rosalind W. Roach 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Elizabeth Caperton 

1930 

MEDICINE 



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Harold B. Ashworth 
E. S. Berlin 
M. FOscue Brock 
J . Glenn Cox 
Clyde L. Crawford 
John W. Davis, Jr. 
Richard E. Dunkley 
Van M. Ellis 
*K. St. Clair Freeman 
J. R. Gudger 
H. J. Harris 
Clifford W. Lewis 
W. S. L. McMann 
E. Terrill Montgomery 
N . W . Newman 
Sigmund Newman 
Zenas B. Noon 
Emmett V. Richardson 
H. M. Richardson 
R. S. Roberson 
C. G. Spivey, Sr. 
W. G. Stephenson 
Meyer Vitsky 
Louis E. Wice 
James N. Williams 
J. H. Yeatman 

DENTISTRY 

B. A. Brann 
W. Davis Parrott 
R. 0. Reynolds 
W. N. Richardson 
S. B. Towler 

PHARMACY 

John M. Bierer 

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C. L. Biscoe 
B. J. Fitzhugh 
Edward E. Willey 

NURSING 

Virginia L. Bardin 
Ella P. Bounds 
Helen H. Crossley 
Mary L. Floyd 
Mary B. Healey 
Nellie H. Hopkins 
Corrine C. Jenkins 
Azzie Jenks 
Anne R. Mayer 
Elia W. McCauley 
Lucy B. Powers 
Elizabeth K. Ryan 
Dita E. Steele 

1931 



MEDICINE 

Antonio Acosta-Velarde 
Harold I. Amory 
Lawrence L. Beall 
Paul J. Bundy 
Robert C. Bunts 
Julius Caplan 
Meyer Cohen 
John E. Collier 
L. B. Copenhaver 
Oscar W. Cranz 
Walter E. Daniel, Jr. 
Fred G. DeBusk 
J. G. Faulk 
R. 0. Glenn 
Victor Goodside 
I. L. Hancock, Jr. 
Belmont A. Helsabeck 
Frank W. Hewlett 
William H. Hoskins 
E. D. Hudson 
J. G. Jantz 
Carl W. LaFratta 
Clarence E. Lewis 
H.J. Lukeman 
Edward H. Major 
E. M. Mann 
H. E. Martin 
Frank Mayfield 
Yates S. Palmer 
Thomas B. Payne 
E. Cotton Rawls 
Fred Taylor Renick 
W. E. Roye 
A. S. Sanchez 
Howard M. Starling 

DENTISTRY 

J. W. Ames 
Leon Slavin 
*Percy C. Spitzer 
Samuel Stone 
PHARMACY 

Roy M. Beard 
Herman E. Becker 
M. Bruce Rose 

NURSING 

Marie J. Brickhouse 
Deborah Cappleman 
Blanche S. Connell 
Marilla S. Fitch 
Margaret A. Jarrett 
Lillian W. Palmer 
Sabra S . Russell 
Marie J. Showalter 

1932 



Nathan Bloom 

R. Lee Clark, Jr. 

Alexander M. Cox 

Bertha M. Davis 

C. A. Easley 

R. H. Fowlkes 

J. J. Grizzard, Jr. 

Sydney Levy 

E. W. McCauley 

B. W. Nash 

B. H. Pollock 

H. Sutton Powell 

Paul S. Richards 

Euston S. Robertson 

L. L. Shamburger 

Beecher L. Smith 

L. B. Todd 

James S. Vermillion 

George D. Vermilya 

Robert J. Walker, Jr. 

K. K. Wallace 

G. Randolph Wilson 

J. M. Winkfield 

DENTISTRY 



W. R. Elam 
H. D. Froneberger 
L. H. Goldman 
Philip Lasting 
R. E. Long 
Otis Oliver 

PHARMACY 

H. L. Beamer 
W. L. Fultz 
J. H. Jones 



Harriette A. Patteson 
Harriet F. Suits 
Mary B. Thompson 



MEDICINE 

Emory H. Anderson 
L. P. Bailey 
William Bickers 
Ernest P. Buxton, Jr. 
J. W. Carney 
Edgar W. Childrey, Jr. 
Florence H. Comess 
C. W. Copenhaver 
Samuel F. Driver 
J. Spencer Dryden 
H. D. Fitzpatrick 
David S. Garner 
William H. Gordon 
James T. Green, Jr. 
B. C. Grigsby 
Paul Hogg 
Mary E. Johnston 
J. Bernard Jones 
Robert H. Jordan 
S. H. Justa 
Jefferson B. Kiser 
M. H. McClintic 
Juan Mimoso-Raspaldo 
R. B. Nutter, Jr. 
E. W. Perkins, III 
James W. Phillips, Jr. 
J. A. Robinson 
George F. Salle 
S. G. Saunders 
Andrew D. Shapiro 
Alfred Steiner 
Charles W. Taylor 
Edwin D. Vaughan 
P. L. Wolgin 
Anthony A. Yurko, Sr. 
DENTISTRY 



Walter B. Lett 

PHARMACY 

J. Gilbert Ball 
Ralph Carino 
G. L. E. Edmiston 
Allen N. Fore 
C. Albert Hudson 
E. Claiborne Robins 
Joseph S . Rowe 
G. C. White 

NURSING 

Mary S. Bloxom 
Susie M. Brown 
Isabelle W. Galbraith 
Virginia J. Hickman 
Italy D. Nelson 

1934 



Milton H. Bland 

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B. M. Haley 



MEDICINE 

Alfred Abramson 

Robley D. Bates 

Henry A. Brown 

Robert A. Brown, Jr. 

William F. Bryce 

S. C. Cox 

Charles Fallon Davis, Jr 

W. Fredric Delp 

Claude S. Finney 

Mildred B. Forman 

John McK. Harry 

Cecil C. Hatfield 

Horace D . Hoskins 

Grey C. Hughes 

Brock D. Jones, Jr. 

C. P. Jones, Jr. 

Frank W. Jones 

George Louis Jones 

James P . Kent 

N. T. Keys 

Alan F. Kreglow 

J. H. Lamm 

G. M. Leaman 

James E. Lipscomb, Jr. 

W. S. Lloyd 

R. Campbell Manson 

E. C. Matthews 

George W. McCall 

K. J. Moore 

Clyde G. O'Brien 

Edwin J. Palmer 

P. N. Pastore 

J. A. Payne, III 

Thomas B. Pope 

C. L. Riley 

Robert V. Terrell 

Frederick N. Thompson 

Girard V. Thompson 

Elam C. Toone, Jr. 

Hight C. Warwick 

John W. Whitlock 

DENTISTRY 

Robert H. Bailey, Jr. 
Alexander Kaufman 
Ernest D. Overbey 



Charles B. Freeman 
John W. Gallagher, Jr. 
Robert M. Reilly 

NURSING 

Heath S. Altsman 
Daphne L. Beneke 
Vivian Bragg 
Rachel S. Christiansen 
Anna M. Copenhaver 
Anne B. Ergenbright 
Miriam C. Goldman 



Marguerite G. Nicholson 
Alene R. Rogers 
Carolyn H. Shelton 
Dorothy K. Thomson 
1935 

MEDICINE 

B. Randolph Allen 
John R. Bender 
William H. Chapman 
Chai Chang Choi 
Solomon Disick 
Joseph M. Dixon 
Hugh S. Edwards 
S. L. Elfmon 
Edwin P. Ewers 
James Q. Gant, Jr. 
George A. Glass 
J. M. Habel, Jr. 
Cornelius E. Hagan, Jr. 
F. Hernandez-Morales 
Edmund M. LaPrade 
Ralph M. Lechausse 
Louis Lovenstein 
John P. Lynch, Jr. 
Cameron F. McRae 
Sam Milchin 
David Pollack 
Rupert W. Powell 
Wellford C. Reed 
S. T. Ryang 
Seymour Schotz 
Bennett E. Stephenson 
Hack U. Stephenson, Jr. 
Clarry C. Trice 
William Roberts Tyson 
Angelo J. Villani 
Harold W. Ward 
A. C. Whitley 
Washington C. Winn 

DENTISTRY 

D. Blanton ALlen 
Moffett H. Bowman 
T. C. Bradshaw 
Antonio C. DiSanto 
Richard Lee Simpson, Jr, 

NURSING 

Alma Collier Baetz 
Helen T. Bryce 
Erna L. Carlson 
Alice D. Dole 
Allie B. Habel 
Ruhamah W. Henshaw 
Lillian F. Hoover 
Frances C. Morgan 
Martha L. Nicholes 
Hazel S. Parrish 
Louise C. Wiseman 



MEDICINE 

Homer Bartley 
Ben Bogen 

D. Brusca 

Paul K. Candler 
A. A. Davis 
Robert R. Eason 
Eugene R. Evans 
Helen G. Evans 
Homer E. Ferguson 
William Frederic Fidler 
William Y. Garrett 
Frederick C. Goodall 
Marvin R. Houck 
A. M. Jacob son 
A. R. Johnston 
John H. Judson 
Max Koenigsberg 

E. Willis Lacy, Jr. 



Carl W. Meador 
Robert H. Mitchell 
John H. Murry 
Frances E. Noblin 
Frank N. Pole 
Spotswood Robins 
Leroy Smith 
Jack Jay Stark 
Lewis S. Trostler 
Arthur L. Van Name, Jr. 
Walter E. Vermilya 
Charles W. Warren 
John G. Welch 
Claude B. White 
R. B. Woodhull 

DENTISTRY 

Robert Frederick Eastman 
Jacob J. Goldman 
Samuel P. Kayne 
Thomas E. Martin 
William S. Miles, Jr. 
Preston Miller 
Coyte R. Minges 
Alonzo L. Phillips 
Arthur Siegel 
Herbert Tobias 
PHARMACY 

J. M. Early 
Alex Grossman 
J. P. Maddex 

NURSING 

Mae Belle W. Condit 

1937 

MEDICINE 

D. Coleman Booker 
K. N. Bryne 

Delores Mendez Cashion 
Marvin S. Cashion 
M. Louise L. Clark 
Guy W. Daugherty 
John P. Eastham 
*Lendall C. Gay 
W. G. Hardy 
Irving R. Hayman 
John B. Holt 
William B. Hoover 
John Paul Jones 
V. Clifton Lanier 
Louis Lipman 
John T. Llewellyn 
Julien H. Meyer 
Richard A. Michaux 
Margaret A. Pennington 
W. A. Pennington 
Edward A. Pushkin 
Eli A. Rosen 
Julius J. Snyder 
Christine Thelen 
Roger S. Williams 
William L. Wingfield 
John A. Wright, Jr. 

DENTISTRY 

Samuel E. Buxton, Jr. 
Stephen F. Gutowski 
Woodrow C. Henderson 
Thomas M. Hunter 
Nathaniel Janiger 
Alexander Martone 
Norman G . Sedel 

PHARMACY 

John W. Courtney, Jr. 
Jacob H. Fratkin 
John R. Hudson 
John Raymond Hurt 
W. P. Lewis 
B. W. Tucker 



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NURSING 

Julia T. Brogan 
Mary J. Hudgins 
Rachel B. Rooke 
Fay T. Vaden 
Edith L. Wilson 
Virginia R. Zehringer 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Louise Carden 

1938 

MEDICINE 

Ralph B. Blowe 

Russell N. Carrier 

Julius F. Chairsell 

Phillips L. Claud 

David M. Cogdell 

William H. Copley 

Garland Dyches 

Ira C. Evans 

Robert M. Ferrell 

George S. Fultz, Jr. 

Edward E. Haddock 

Archie A. Hoffman 

Albert William Holmes 

Jacob C . Huffman 

Charles F. James, Jr. 

John T. Jarrett 

Albert A. Kossove 

Sydney L. Lang 

Walter Glenn Lewis 

Marvin E. McRae 

John F. Morris 

P. J. Nutter 

Sidney Grey Page, Jr. 

C. Rodriguez 

George R. Rosenbaum 

Herbert G. Ruff in 

Dwight Santiago-Stevenson 

Earl S. Scott 

Woodrow W. Scott 

Paul C. Soulsby 

Otto S. Steinreich 

William P. Terry 

W. T. Thompson, Jr. 

Gilman R. Tyler 

Annie Louise Wilkerson 

William Hart Woodson 

DENTISTRY 

Ernest L. Bayton, Jr. 
R. A. Daniel, Jr. 
Anthony M. DeMuth 
Sanford A. Lipford 
Mark Milton Neale 
A. G. Orphanidys 
William H. Traynham, Jr. 
PHARMACY 

George E. Barrow, Jr. 
Herald L. Edds 
W. W. Gray 
James F. Hollenbeck 
Stanley H. Jewell 
William H. Joyner 
A. Ralph Martin 
Pearl E. Martin 
Robert L. Richardson 
NURSING 

Isobel S. Hudson 
Jane W. Smith 



John R. Bumgarner 
Ava Lancaster Cannon 
Kenneth J . Cherry 
William L. Claiborne 
Beverley B. Clary 
Dewitt C. Daughtry 
Helmut M. Dehn 
Eugenie M. Fribourg 
Arthur B. Gathright 
John W. Hash 
James W. Humphreys, Jr. 
Marion F. Jarrett 
Irene L. Kossove 
Saul Krugman 
Robert C . Longan 
Carl Manuta 
Frederick G. McConnell 
Harold I. Nemuth 
Maurice E. B. Owens, Jr 
James F. Parkinson, Jr. 
Willard Pushkin 
William J. Robinson 
Catalina Scarano 
William M. Smethie 
John E. Stone 

DENTISTRY 

Ulpian G. Bradenham 

N. D. Fox 

Raymond L. Hensley 

C. Kirtner Johnson 

D. Mason Jones, Jr. 
Jack C. Kanter 
Robert L. Mason 

P. R. Milton 
H. Shepard Moon 
Charles M. Rosa 
Benjamin J. Strader 
George N. Trakas 
Amand C . Vipond 

PHARMACY 

Herbert M. Abbitt 
Z. I. Blachman 
Charles 0. Fore 
Sidney A. Hirsch 
Roderick L. Lucas 
L. A. Shepherd 
Justine H. Wilkins 

NURSING 

Sara H. Butler 
Joy S. Chandler 
Frances W. Etheridge 
Kate H. Neb el 

DIETETICS 

Catherine F. Jarrett 



A. Bernard Pasternack 
Alfred E. Powell 
Elmer S. Robertson 
Benjamin Rosenberg 
* James E. Spargo, Jr. 
Wilkin R. Stevens 
Walter E. Vest, Jr. 
John T. Walke 
Walter E. Ward 
DENTISTRY 

Aubrey C. Duffer 

Harold A. Epstein 

C. Robert Helsabeck, Jr. 

Raymond A. Holcomb 

W. Yates League 

E. Y. Lovelace, Jr. 

Robert I. Miles 

Jose 0. Porrata 

Thurman J. Ross 

William C. Sumner 

J. V. Turner, Jr. 

PHARMACY 



Julia K. Claiborne 
1939 



Guy H. Branaman 



MEDICINE 

Olivia Abernethy 

Oscar Aguilo 

C. Sherrill Armentrout 

Richard P. Bellaire 

Vernon M. Bryant 

Galen G. Craun 

Felix C. Feamster 

Dorothy Fisher 

Herman J. Flax 

Robert S. Gatherum, Jr. 

William C. Grinnan 

C. Bemis Hall 

Richard K. Hanifan 

John F. C. Hunter 

Francis C. Johnson 

Edward L. King 

John H. Moorman, Jr. 

Morris H. O'Dell 

F. Elliott Oglesby, Sr. 



Boyd S. Clements 

Garland C. Habel 

Frieda Karsh 

James H. O'Brien, Jr. 

John W. Payne, Jr. 

C. C. Scott 

W. Thomas Spain 

NURSING 

Velma H. Morgan 
Marjorle S. Moss 
Alberta C. Rawchuck 
Virginia F. Schilbe 

1941 

MEDICINE 

Ernest B. Agee, Jr. 
Herbert C. Allen, Jr. 
Charles Baldini, Jr. 
William H. Bandy 
Bradford S. Bennett 
Samuel Blank 
John 0. Boyd, Jr. 
Frank N. Buck, Jr. 
Estill L. Caudill, Jr. 
Jorge A. Colon Davila 
Robert S. Faircloth 
Mary V. Gallagher 
James T. Gianoulis 
A. Broaddus Gravatt, Jr. 
William Ward Huffman 
Julius C. Hulcher 
William R. Jones, Jr. 
Arthur A. Kirk 
Sidney Lyons 
J. David Markham 
John J. Marsella 
Lester M. Mason 
Edward T. Matsuoka 
Carolyn M. McCue 
Percy J. McElrath 
Lloyd F. Moss 
Maysville Owens Page 
Carl P. Parker, Jr. 
Luke W. Query, Jr. 
Fletcher L. Ralford 
W. H. Rardin 
James S. Rhodes, Jr. 
George S. Row 
John Edgar Stevens 
Adney K. Sutphin 
William R. Woolner 
DENTISTRY 



Arthur A. Angelico 
Bernard B . Batleman 
Margaret C. Draff in 
William C. Draff in 



E. J. Gorski 

Charles R. Guthrie, Jr. 

Wesley B. Jones 

Joseph M. Kline 

Robert H. Loving 

K. Emerson Montgomery 

William M. Murray 

Robert Lynde Simons 

John G. Wall 

PHARMACY 

Paul G. Cap Ian 
Alden S. Hank la 
Linwood S. Leavitt 
C. V. Montgomery, Jr. 
Martin Sager 
W. Roy Smith 
John 0. Wallace 

NURSING 

Sarah M. Adams 
Bonnie P. Chitwood 
Idell M. McElrath 



MEDICINE 

Thomas B. Baer 
William R. Bailey, Jr. 
George K. Brooks, Jr. 
Pauline D. Carmichael 
James W. Choate 
Horace E. Cromer 
G. F. Dederick, Jr. 
Charles R. DuGan 
Edward J. Evans 
George E. Ewart 
Clara J. Fleischer 
Charles G. Fox, Jr. 
Donald R. Gilbert 
Duvahl R. Hull 
Hunter Jackson 
Anse 1 Llpman 
Fred D. Maphis, Jr. 
Maxwell J. Marder 
Berkeley H. Martin, Jr. 
J. S. Robert McFall 
R. Douglas Neal 
Richard Q. Penick 
Harry C. Robelen, Jr. 
Thomas B. Smith 
Evelyn L. Stull 
James A. Thompson, Jr. 
Maurice S. Vitsky 
William E. Walton 
0. W. Ward, Jr. 
Herbert F. Webb 

DENTISTRY 

David M. Alexander 
James T. Ashwell 
William H. Brown 
Miles W. Cheatham, Jr. 
Philip W. Handy 
Frederick W. Hines 
Irving L. Hutcherson 
Cyril R. Mirmelstein - 
Orville 0. Van Dusen 
Rupert S. Walker 
M. E. Woody, Jr. 
Robert E. Woolwine, Jr. 

PHARMACY 

E. Carlyle Phillips 
W. Nelson Ridinger. 
John Joseph Schooley 
William H. Thompson 
Ralph M. Ware 

NURSING 

Helen U. Britt 



Mary C. Evans 
Mary C. Garby 
Mary H. Grahek 
Aileen B. Hagood 
Julia K. Longerbeam 
Bernice E. Richardson 
Margaret A. Robertson 
Josephine W. Shultz 
Blanche A. Stephens 
Elizabeth Todd Topping 
Marie H. Trivett 

1943— March 

MEDICINE 

Alfred A. Berger 
Charles P. Blunt 
John L. Brown 
Robert E. Carr 
James L. Chitwood 
Custis L. Coleman 
Hal S. Floyd 
William S. Grizzard 
George L. Grubb 
William J. Hagood, Jr. 
Rodgers W. Harshbarger 
Melvin B. Lamberth 
Andrew M. Lang 
Francis B. Lee 
H. Rowland Pearsall 
Robert H. Putney, Jr. 
Harold S. Rafal 
Lucile W. Richardson 
Norman Rosenthal 
Leroy S. Safian 
John S. Shaffer 
James Avon Smith 
Russell N. Snead 
Wiley B. Trivett, Ji.. 
H. R. Vial 
Herbert L. Warres 

DENTISTRY 

A. Robert Anderson, Jr. 
Everett W. Baker 
Warner James Ball 
Bragdon R. Bowling 
James E. John, Jr. 
Herbert L. Moore 
James L. Parker 
S. Cecil Patteson 
Gordon T. Talton 

PHARMACY 



14 



David Kafka 

Robert Page Kent 

Floyd A. Robertson, Jr. 

NURSING 

Dorothy C. Bate 
L. Frances Gordon 
Margaret B. Gruner 
Virginia T. Maphis 
Dorsye Russell 
Dorothy H. Wallace 
Pearl S. Wolfe 

1943 — December 

MEDICINE 

Howard E. Baldini 
Paul E. Brady 
F. Ashton Carmines 
William H. Cox 
David D. Dexter 
Milton Ende 
Henry E. Ernst 
Irving E. Ftxel 
Eugene Freundlich 
James Cofer Gale 
Thomas V. Goode, Jr. 
William N. Greever 

THE SCARAB 



Shirley Sue M. Howard 
A. C. Johnson 
Sarah H. Jones 
William R. Kay 
Frank R. Kelly, Jr. 
Otis E. Linkous, Jr. 
Virgil L. May, Jr. 
John G. McCown 
Frank F. Merker 
W. w. Mills 
Margaret B. Obenschain 
Ruth O'Neal 
Edwin J. Otis 
John M. Ratliff, Jr. 
Charles H. Rawls 
W. H. ReMine, Jr. 
Ashby T. Richards 
George S. Rowlett, Jr. 
Donald C. Schweizer 
John H. Sproles 
George Vranian 
Harold E. Wolfe 

DENTISTRY 

Guy L. Alphin 

Joseph H. Conduff 

John Y. Embrey 

Thomas J. Fitzgerald 

Henry Nakdimen 

Morris Robinson 

Earle Westray Strickland 

PHARMACY 

Stanley A. Greenbaum 



MEDICINE 

Leon H. Alexander 
Sydenham B. Alexander 
William B. Bishop 
Oscar W. Clarke, Jr. 
Robert R. Dennison 
Rufus P. Ellett, Jr. 
James A. Farley 
Merritt W. Foster, Jr. 
Claude A. Frazier 
E. C. Garber, Jr. 
A. Lawson Hardie, Jr. 
Charles D. Houck 
Thomas C. Iden 
Margueritte E. Kersey 
William W. Kersey 
Herman M. Kunkle 
James W. Lamb din 
S. W. Lippincott 
Martin Markowitz 
Edward N. Maxwell 
Ray A. Moore, Jr. 
W. Donald Moore 
William P. Morrissette 
Marcus Nakdimen 
Roy T. Parker 
Abraham Perlman 
Marion L. Rice, Jr. 
Jenaro G. Scarano 
Christian F. Siewers 
Gervas S. Taylor, Jr. 
James Tidier 
Richard D. Turin 
John B. Walker, Jr. 
Joseph F. Wilson 

DENTISTRY 

William Ackerman 
Herbert H. Bonnie 
Arthur Byron David 
James E. Furr, Jr. 
Boyd Clark Getty, Jr. 
Ira Gould 
Irwin Heyman 
Howard C. Mirmelstein 

NOVEMBER, 1971 



NURSING 

Margaret M. Beattie 
Carrie G. Claypool 
Gloria M. Diggs 
Joan Eanes 

Katherine D. Edwards 
Sarah D. Faber 
Margaret Mitchell 
Edna R. Oppenheim 
Charlene P. Park 
Jean R. Pohly 
Helen W. Smith 
Alice G. Steele 
Margaret B. Stokes 
Mary R. Vose 
Virginia G. Wessells 
DIETETICS 
Elizabeth F. Reed 

1945 



Edward H. Alderman 

C. Cooper Bell, Jr. 

Reese Richard Boone, Jr. 

Raymond S. Brown 

Walter E. Bundy, Jr. 

William E. Copeland 

George E. Cox 

Belle DeCormis Fears 

Willard M. Fitch 

Lois F. Fryer 

Paul S. Gotses 

Donald L. Greever 

Owen Gwathmey 

George S. Hankins 

G. Douglas Hayden 

Larry Allison High 

Clara I. Jones 

George R. Jones 

Alfred Joseph 

Edwin J. Kamons 

Frederick V. Lilly 

Mann T. Lowry 

John M. Lukeman 

Franklin W. Mallamo 

John J. Marra 

Lockert B. Mason 
A. A. McLean, Jr. 

Herman M. Nachman 
Albert J. Paine 
William G. Painter, Jr. 
Marvin W. Phillips 
Unity N. Powell 
Robert R. Rector 
Paul W. Robinett 
Harvey R. St. Clair 
Roy B. Sampson, Jr. 
Robert H. Sease 
William H. Shaia 
Catherine H. Stone 
Ramon M. Suarez, Jr. 
W. H. Talbot 
Archie C. Thompson 
George F. West 
Fred E. Wise, Jr. 
Sydnor T. Withers 
David E. Yoho 

DENTISTRY 

Franklin Durant Bell 
Walter H. Fordham, Jr. 
William T. Gladden, Jr. 
James A. Harrell 
William B. Harris 
Robert Floyd Jackson 
Edgar F. Jessee 
Fred C. Jones 
Lloyd C. March, Jr. 
Roy A. Miller, Jr. 
Morton A. Paret 
Edward D. Risdon 
Howard Scherer 



Martin Sheintoch 
Steven L. Sigillo 
Paul A. Stroup, Jr. 
Joseph H. Way, III 

PHARMACY 

Eleanor L. Boothe 
Louise F. Simpson 
Joyce R. Winston 
NURSING 

Mary Sue Adams 
Ruth R. Brewer 
Eleanor S. Carson 
Retta Stull Greever 

DIETETICS 

Betty J. Spencer 
1946 

MEDICINE 

Richard N. Baylor 
R. E. Berman 
Charles H. Brant 
James W. Brooks 
M. G. Burdette 
Rowland H. Burns 
John C. W. Campbell 
E. K. Carter 
William E. Copenhaver 
Rafael Cuevas-Zamora 
S. B. Dillard 
Albert H. Dudley, Jr. 
David M. Dumville 
J. B. Earnhardt 
Edward M. Eppes, III 
John R. Fitzgerald 
Ivan G. Freed 
Jack Freund 
John A. Gill 
Van W. Gunter 
Randolph M . Jackson 
James W. Johnston 
R. D. Keeling 
Charles E. Llewellyn 
Charles W. Massey 
J. D. Mathias 
W. R. McCune 
A. B. H. Mirmelstein 
George M. Nipe 
Albert Pantalone 
Richard C. Reed 
W. C. Robertson 
Edward H. Scherr 
Stuart M. Sessoms 
Robert L. Sommerville 
Isabel Taliaferro 
George F. Thiers 
Clayton L. Thomas 
Franklin C. Turner 
C. Newton Van Horn 
Richard K. Williams 
William C. Winter, Jr. 

DENTISTRY 

Paul T. Baker 

Charles E. Bodell, Jr. 

Dennis P. Claypool, Jr. 

Gladstone M. Hill 

Nelson D. Large 

L. Ray Shields 

PHARMACY 

Blair P. Goff 
Charles F. Morgan 
NURSING 

Nell W. Greever 
Nancy M. Knight 
Faye B. Wilkerson 
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Frances B. Holsinger 



PHYSICAL THERAPY 
Hilda M. Traina 

1947 
MEDICINE 



Franklin L. Angell 

John S. Blagg 

Robert W. Bradley 

Clem F. Burnett 

John A. Byrd 

Noland M. Canter, Jr. 

Arthur Allen Carr 

C. Whitney Caulkins , Jr. 

E. LeMoyne Cof field 

Richard H. Fisher 

Milton D. Friedenberg 

James P. Harnsberger 

Fleming B. Harper, Jr. 

S. Elliott Harris 

Waldo C. Henson, Jr. 

Douglas 0. Hill 

J. Edward Hill 

Hampton Hubbard 

Jerome Imburg 

Shelby E. Jarrell 

David Josephs 

Stuart H. Light 

Robert Q. Marston 

B. J. McClanahan 
Joseph W. Milam 
Philip L. A. Minor 
George J. Oliver, Jr. 
Lloyd L. Olsen 
Robert E. Paine, Jr. 
Francis R. Payne, Jr. 
Forrest W. Pitts 
Ralph S. Riffenburgh 
Jay E. Rogers, Jr. 
Joseph A. Solomon 
Roy S. Temeles 

John Wesley Todd, III 

C. Carl Tully 
William N. Walker, Jr. 
Harold E. Wilkins 

L. Mildred Williams 
Charles M. Zacharias 

DENTISTRY 

Charles T. Barker 
John Royal Carson, Jr. 
Arthur L. Conner, Jr. 
Fred B. Cornett 
Charles R. Crews 
Fulton J. Gilbert 
W. H. Gray, Jr. 
Ralph B. Holmes 
Walter M. Ormes, Jr. 
John N. Pas tore 
Lackey B. Peeler 
Joseph R. Suggs 

PHARMACY 

Rebecca Allara 

Jean C. Bodell 

Anne G. Durkin 

Adolph C. Lueckert 

Gay E. McGehee 

Edith M. Moses 

Russell E. Simpson, Jr. 

James E. Smith 

NURSING 

Jennie K. Caulkins 
Merle M. Fratrick 
Myrtle K. Harris 
Lucie K. Latimer 
Nancy B. Taylor 
Mary C. Williams 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Georgia M. McKearly 



Mary Alice Tillotson 
Margaret M. Watlington 



MEDICINE 

Avis Branch Adams 
James B. Adams 
Wilbur F. Amonette 
Dan N. Anderson 
Guy J . Barrow 
Robert W. Bedinger 
Arthur K. Black 
Henry A. Bullock, Jr. 
C. P. E. Burgwyn 
Irvin W. Cavedo, Jr. 
Ernest T. Cobb 
Vernon L. Cofer, Jr. 
Lee Roy Conn 
J. M. Damron 
C. T. Daniel, Jr. 
Conley L. Edwards, Jr. 
Roy A. Edwards, Jr. 
George F. Elsasser, Jr. 
Frank Flanary 
Rufus S. Gardner, Jr. 
Paul E. Gordon 
Charles K. Guttas 
Thomas B. Hardman 
Leonard P. Hudnall 
W. Robert Irby 
Robert W. Irvin, Jr. 
Charles D. Jordan 
S. Ben Judy 
Carl H. Laester 
Nancy P . Law 
William M. Law 
Harry G. Lockard, Jr. 
Ewing W. McPherson 
Arthur G. Meakin 
Thomas H. Moseley 
David Mullins 
William A. Niermann 
Samuel P. Oast, III 
William H. Pate 
Robert E. Richard 
William L. Roberson 
Lucien W. Roberts, Jr. 
Henry P. Royster 
Thomas A. Saunders 
Elizabeth C. Strawinsky 
John L. Whaley 
Ann Hardy Williams 
Charles Lee Williams 
Robert K. Williams 
Robert C. Wingfield 

DENTISTRY 

E. Stuart Benson, Jr. 

Clarence R. Boyd 

M. 0. Dailey 

William H. Fitzgerald 

Charles W. Horton 

W. Harrell Johnson 

Sanford L. Lefcoe 

Raymond G. McGehee, Jr. 

Herbert L. Schwartz 

John R. Wheless 

PHARMACY 

C. A. Moses 
NURSING 

Louana S. Byrd 
Cornelia G. Fields 



Elizabeth Lounds 
1949 



15 



Hlley H. Cozart 
Hilda Garcia de la Noceda 
Frank A. Gonzalez 
Ralph E. Haynes 
Robert E. Holzgrafe 
Herbert C. Hoover 
George T. Hoylman 
Beverly Jones 
Harold 0. Kammons 
Morton Kurtz 
Ulric J. Laquer 
Suzanne B. Little 
Phillip London 
Joseph H. Masters 
Robert E. McClellan 
Robert T. Melgaard 
William B. Moncure 
Harry Nenni 
Stanley Newman 
Heth Owen. Jr. 
David S. Palstrom 
Donal S. Parker 
Irving E. Shafer, Jr. 
Dillard M. Sholes, Jr. 
Stanley S . Simon 
Ralph J. Stalter 
Robert G. Stineman 
Charles G. Thompson 
John L. Thornton, III 
Robert S. Turner, Jr. 
W. T. Walker 
W. Warren Walthall, Jr. 
William 0. Winston 

DENTISTRY 

Norman L. Barger 
George H. Barnett 
Britton F. Beasley 
Ralph L. Crabill 
Henry B. Field 
Norman W. Littleton 
Marvin Pleasants 
Charles H. Sugg 
J. Frank Thomason 

PHARMACY 

Robert A. Garland 
Frank G. Johnson 
Charles F. Kingery 
John Edward Marks 
Montague C. Marshall, Jr. 
Richard E. Marshall 
Thomas F. Marshall, Jr. 
A. B. Motley, Jr. 
Robert E. Plott 
George J. Savage, Jr. 
Fred Coolidge Smith 
Forrest B. Voight, Jr. 
Wallace F. Whitmore 

NURSING 

Regina B. Spitler 
Elizabeth Wellford 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Elaine 0. Rosevear 
DIETETICS 



Sophia B. Clay 

X-RAY TECHNICIAN 

Ralls E. Hanna 
1950 

MEDICINE 

Robert A. Abernathy, Jr. 
W. B. Adams 
Earl D. Allara 
Nicholas I. Ardan, II 

16 



William M. Bangel 
Wyndham B. Blanton, Jr. 
Russell V. Bowers 
Kenneth L. Clark 
Thornton R. Cleek 
M. Cade Covington 
Evelyn P. Daniel 
Griffith B. Daniel 
Alberto M. Dominquez 
Hugh P. Fisher, Jr. 
David C. Forrest 
Charles Garrett, Jr. 
John T. Glick, Jr. 
Ward Harshbarger, Jr. 
Thomas B. Hedrick 
Russell E. Herring, Jr. 
James R. Holsinger 
Eileen T. Jennings 
William H. Johnson 
James Laster 
Harvey A. Martin 
Margaret L. Masters 
E. E. Mihalyka 
Matthew E. O'Keefe 
Andrew J. Pasquale 
Paxton P. Powers 
Luke R. Rader 
Stuart Ragland, Jr. 
Charles N. Richards 
George G. Ritchie, Jr. 
Irma Rivera-Scarpino 
John B. Rose, Jr. 
Thomas C. Royer 
Ralph M. Scott 
Lee W. Shaffer, Jr. 
Leo F. Sherman 
Robert D . Shreve 
Eustace H. Smith 
John E. Smith 
Joseph A. Smith 
Lawrence 0. Snead, Jr. 
Archie C. Stanton, Jr. 
John M. Stoneburner 
Thomas W. Tusing 
Allan M. Unger 
William P. Wagner 
Leroy Webb 
Jay N. Wemple 
DENTISTRY 

James Erwin Cannon, Jr. 
John S. Dilday 
Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. 
Max D. Largent 
Virgil H. Marshall 
Lawrence G . Mathews 
Vernon S. Nicholson 
Woodrow W. Poss 
Claude D. Richardson, Ji 
Wilbur L. Shearer, Jr. 
Conway W. Smith, Jr. 
William A. Stokes 
Walker P. Sydnor 
Harding L. Thomas 
Hugh 0. Wrenn 



Frances R. Fernandez 
Jeanette W. Howard 
Joan M. Mancini 
Agnes S. Yore 
GRADUATE STUDIES 

Muriel Jones 
Joseph F. Kell, Jr. 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Magdalena 0. Major 
John F. 'Toole 
Imogene L. Poland 
Barbara E. Teasdale 

1951 



MEDICINE 

Carlos S . Berrocal 
William J. Berry 
Ralph H. Boone 
Joseph H. Britton 
D. Sheffer Clark 
Martel J. Dai ley 
Oscar B. Darden, Jr. 
Merle B. Davis 
Donald F. Fletcher, Jr. 
John D. French 
R. Finley Gayle , III 
William C. Grigsby 
John M. Grubb 
Frederick A. G union 
Lewis B. Hasty 
Norman N. Hill 
William J. Hotchkiss 
Thomas H. Jennings 
Walter Stanley Jennings 
Ernest J. Keffer, Jr. 
Louis H. Keffer 
Eugene B. Linton 
H. Reece Little, Jr. 
Virginius A. Marks 
Arthur J. Martin 
Thomas D. McCahlll 
Elmer Francis McHugh 
Francis H. McMullan 
Harold W. Miller, Jr. 
Pamela R. Moore 
Brooke M. Moffett 
W. E. Newby 
Robert M. Phillips 
Charles L. Randolph, Jr. 
Carl J. Roncaglione 
Bernard M. Savage 
Charles G. Spivey, Jr. 
Norman R. Tingle 
Jesse M. Tucker, Jr. 
. Harold T. Turner 
Harry Charles Walker, Jr 
Albert J. Wasserman 
Julian Weinstein 
Yale H. Zimberg 

DENTISTRY 



Ervin P. Brooks 
Harry W. Brown, Jr. 
James M. Christian 
Ralph W. Deaton 
Mills H. Doyle 
T. H. Holland 
George James Janosik 
Wallace S. Klein, Jr. 
Harry P. Lewey 
Elbert B. Lipps, Jr. 
Gordon F. Martens 
C. S. Mason 
Benjamin W. Powell 

NURSING 

Erma G. Boninsegna 
Jane V. Hastings 
Mae Belle Lee 
Joan M. McDaniel 
Mary W. Rebraan 
Loretta W. Sisson 
Thelma M. Voska 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Nathan Bushnell, III 
James E. Case 
C. D. Jenkins 
Barrington Klnnard 
Joseph S. Stubbs 



PHARMACY 

M. Lee Baker 
Thomas E. Bruce, Jr. 
William E. Hemby 
Richard D. Hudson 
Edward E. Hughes, Jr. 
A. K. Kittinger 
Robert G. Layman 
John J. Minahan, Jr. 
Ray C. Scott 
Ernest C. Spitler, Jr. 
Eugene V. White 
James A. Wickline 

NURSING 

Mary Lou L. Barrier 
Dorothy S. Burrows 
Margaret M. Doggett 



Thomas W. Armstrong, Jr. 
R. H. Bruni, Jr. 
Calvin B. Corey, Jr. 
Ira P. Efird, Jr. 
Eugene Eskey, Jr. 
James D. Faber 
Carlton E. Gregory 
Kemper McCloud, Jr. 
Herman M. Midkiff 
Daniel R. Miller 
Thomas W. Peterson 
Howard B. Watkins 

PHARMACY 

Henry W. Addington, Jr. 
Charles J. Ashby 
Carl E. Bain 
Otha C. Bayne, Jr. 
Charles S. Boyette 



PHYSICAL THERAPY 
Marion D. Bates 
X-RAY TECHNICIAN 
Barbara A. Griggs 

1952 
MEDICINE 

Richard T. Arnest, Jr. 

Henry Vaughan Belcher 

David W. Branch 

John E. Bryant 

Carey J. Butler 

John F. Butterworth, III 

L. C. Cantor 

Jean P. Cavender 

Jerri 11 D. Cavender 

Gene Clapsaddle 

Kenneth D. Crippen 

Powell G. Fox, Jr. 

James L. Grobe 

Jerome S. Gross 

Frank A. Hamilton, Jr. 

William E. Holladay, Jr. 

Harry H. Howren, Jr. 

Emily E. Jones 

Earle J. Kerpleman 

Carson M. Keys 

Jack A. Lawson 

Ellis F. Maxey 

W. B. McCutcheon, Jr. 

Juan F. Jimenez Mercado 

Bernard H. Miller 

Rose M. Morecock 
John A. Murray 

Shirley C. Olsson 
Thomas P. Overton 
Bernard L. Patterson 
John S. Prince 
Richard 0. Rogers, Jr. 
Thomas W. Sale, Jr. 
William A. Shelton 
Peter W. Squire 
George F. Tucker 
Thomas W. Turner 
David Tyler 
George A. Welmer 
Louis R. Wilkerson 
Frank Q. Wlngfield, Jr. 
P. Clayton Yerby, III 



DENTISTRY 

C. L. Baltimore 
James G. Beach, Jr. 

F. Allen Cavedo, Jr. 
A. D. Chambliss 
Jack W. Chevalier 
Bruce H. Donald, Jr. 
Charles F. Fletcher 
John H. Goode, Jr. 
Kenneth S. Gusler 

S. Guy Hall 

Wiley S. Mayo, Jr. 

Jacob A. Pearce 

G. S. Tate, Jr. 

PHARMACY 

E. M. Ballance 
William E. Crickenberger 
Millson S. French 
John Giragosian 
Seldon S. Herbert 
Nick G. Nicholas 
Charles T. Rector 
M. Blair Robertson 
Thomas W. Rorrer, Jr. 
George S. Surber 

NURSING 

Emily H. Baxter 
Rosalie J. Campbell 
Mary P. Cook 
Dot F. Garber 
Mary T. Hamilton 
Alice R. Hamlett 
Faye L. Peters 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

John F. Harlan, Jr. 

Robert R. Shields 

David G. Williamson, Jr. 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Lelia M. Brown 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Albert J. Berberian 
Richard B. Kemp 
Ruth M. Latimer 



MEDICINE 

Simeon H. Adams 
Dudley Earl Brown, Jr. 
Herman W. Brubaker 
Baxter H. Byerly 
Thomas J. Conaty 
Alvin E. Conner 
M. C. C. Costas 
Catherine E. Craun 
Donald E. Cunningham 
Catherine Duckgeischel 
Cecil F. Evans, Jr. 
William P. Fletcher 
Allan L. Forbes 
Earl R. Fox 
Joseph E. Gardner 
William N. Gee, Jr. 
Frederick T. Given, Jr. 
Ota T. Graham, Jr. 
Julius Griffin 
Warren Hagood 
Charles P. Harwood 
Ernest C. Hermann 
F. V. Hodges 
Raymond C. Hooker, Jr. 
Farrar W. Howard 
Robert 0. Hudgens 
E. Claiborne Irby 

THE SCARAB 



R. Jack Irons 
Harry I. Johnson, Jr. 
William R. Johnson, Jr. 
V. Eric Kemp, Jr. 
M. G. Martin 
George B. Massie 
Harvey E. Melton 
George Naymick 
Allen C. Pirkle 
Mary B. Pryor 
Jean F. Ragsdale 
Norman C. Ratliffe 
John Rebman, III 
Arthur McK. Reynolds, Jr 
Frank E. Rowell 
Arthur Sanders 
Julie M. Sanford 
Richard H. Smith, Jr. 
Thomas P. Stratford 
Paul A. Tanner, Jr. 
Terry F. Tanner 



William B. Tarry, Jr. 
Charles J. Townsend 
Robert E. Ware 
John William Watson 
William G. Way 
James H. Wiley 
A. William Wright 



DENTISTRY 

Donald S. Brown 
Richard T. Bruce, Jr. 
Oliver L. Burkett , Jr. 
William C. Day 
Clyde E. Godbold 
B. Edmond Kanoy 
William A. McClellan 
Philip B. Peters 
Frederick C. Shaw 
William J. Sweeney 



PHARMACY 

Robert E. Christopher, Jr 
Robert W. Clyburn 
Malcolm D . Dunkley 
Austin W. Farley 
Maynard C. Holbrook, Sr. 
Maynard D. Lundy 
James V. Morgan 
Newton J. Peters 
Guy B. Rice, Jr. 

NURSING 



Nancy H. Brame 
Alice L. Smith 
Hilda R. Taylor 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Thomas J. Curtis 



Thomas W. Leggett 
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Jane T. Hobby 

May Warren Richardson 



PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Millard L. Berman 
Joseph A. Taylor 
Elizabeth S. Tucker 
W. J. Zoltowicz 

1954 



MEDICINE 

E. A. Barham, Jr. 
Letcher B. Barnes 
Donald L. Baxter 
B. I. Bell, Jr. 



Robert R. Bender 
D. Robert Bennett 
Irwin M. Bogarad 
Charles D. Burch, III 
Paul M. Burd 
Waverly M. Cole 
Lawrence S. Cowling 
William T. Dabney, III 
James H. Dwyer 
J. Tom Edmonds 
Douglas W. Ey 
Harold W. Felton 
Rudolph C. Garber, Jr. 
L. Lynton Goulder, Jr. 
Mary Lou Hoover Hale 
William H. Harriman, Jr. 
Manuel 0. Jaffe 
Robert C. Kluge 
Charles T. Lively 
Thomas P. Long 
John B. Markey 
Randolph McCutcheon, Jr. 



As I Remember 

by Dr. William T. Sanger 

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James V. McKenzle 
Donald H. McNeill, Jr. 
Richard M. Newton 
Alton L. Powell, III 
James D. Price 
William E. Reish 
Laurie E . Rennie 
Samuel B. Rentsch, Jr. 
Robert D. Richards 
Philip A. Rosenfeld 
Paul H. Schelfenberg 
Edward H. Sharp 
Alton R. Sharpe, Jr. 
David D. Smith 
Joseph A. Vance, III 
Frances S. A. Williams 
Ohlen R. Wilson 
Alan V. Yoho 
Emma Jane Yoho 
Gerald T. Zwiren 

DENTISTRY 



Lewis R. Belote, Jr. 
Clarence H. Collins 
Byard S. Deputy 
B. I. Einhorn 
Donal A. Funkhouser 
Nicos G. Georgiades 
Henderson P. Graham 
G. E. Gurganus 
Malcolm C. Harrell 
John T. Jobe, III 
Ralph 0. Kennedy 
Harry L. Mears, Jr. 
S. E. Saunders, Jr. 
Perry N. Trakas 
Frank M. West, Jr. 
Peter S. Yeatras 

PHARMACY 

Everett F. Kohne 
Richard M. Peatross, Jr. 
Minter B. Ralston, III 
Eric A. Windmuller 

NURSING 

Anne B. Andrews 
Elizabeth A. Boyer 
Mary Jane M. Kroncke 
Edna Morgan 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Curtis A. Clayton 
Gerald W. DeHaven 
Paul F. Flanagan 
Joseph H. James, Jr. 

DIETETICS 

Donna M. Miller 



MEDICINE 

Theodore Adler 
John J. Battaglino 
John A. Board 
William A. Cassada, Jr. 
Milton D. Chalkley, Jr. 
James P. Charlton 
Byron P. Crow 
Walter H. Davidson 
Arthur B. Frazier 
Jack S. Garrison 
Paul B. Givens, Jr. 
Joseph L. Glick 
William R. Harlan, Jr. 
Robert H. Hux 
Robert Iden 
Harry L. Kraus 
Cary J. Lambert 
Donald R. Lantz 



Alden Mayer 
Fitzhugh Mayo 
Hunter McGuire, Jr. 
Paul Middleton 
P. Franklin Mullinax, Jr 
W. T. Norris, Jr. 
Stuart C. Nottingham 
Edward C. Paarfus, Jr. 
Fred G. Pierce 
Nicholas G. Poulos 
Douglas 0. Powell 
Robert G. Proctor 
Juanita Rentsch 
George S . Richardson 
James T. Robinson 
Frank M. Sasser, Jr. 
Howard A. Silverman 
William P. Sinclair 
Ray H. Smith 
Marion C. Waddell 
George H. Warren, Jr. 
E. Wilson Watts, Jr. 
Arlie H. Westfall 
Claiborne G. Whitworth 
Milton Wigod 
Nancy Garrett Witt 
R. Lewis Wright 

DENTISTRY 

Lewis G. Coffey 
George B. Crist 
Roy H. Jones 
Eugene L. Kanter 
Joseph A. Velardi, Jr. 
Don P. Whited 
W. Nelson Worrell 
PHARMACY 

Richard T. Brown 
Harvey B. Morgan 
Luke M. Stephens 
Charles E. Webb 

NURSING 

Billie 0. Coeburn 
Ann F. Coffey 
Reva G. Dyer 
Anne S . Jackson 
Eleanor R. Roller 



HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Paul N. Bridge 
Kenneth L. Gallier 
Stanley F. Gumerlock 
Charles L. Hite 
Charles T. Wood 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Peggy E. Mamo 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Ruth G. Godwin 

1956 

MEDICINE 

Charles C. Ashby 
Thomas H. Bain 
William P. Bennett 
Charles R. Blake 
Gilbert P. Blankinship 
Robert R. Bowen 
William B. Brown 
Francis G. Burns, Jr. 
William H. Canada 
Roderick A. Comunale 
Tony Constant 
C. Richard Daniel 
William A. Deardorff 
Frank E. Dunlap 



Raymond D. Dyer, Jr. 

Freeman Epes 

Andrew M. Fekete 

Hugh E. Fraser, Jr. 

Clarence K. Glover, Jr. 

John Russell Good 

P. G. Gregoriou 

Echols A. Hansbarger, Jr; 

Donald T. Hensley 

Russell L. Hughes 

Marvin A. Krane 

William J. Lawson 

Charles H. Moseley, Jr. 

Fitzhugh X. Mullins 

James W. Proffitt 

Sterling N. Ransone 

Louis J. Read 

Gary L. Ripley 

Gerald W. Roller 

James C. Sams 

Rosemary F. Schellenberg 

James R. Sease 

Kenneth B. Sizer 

David J. Skewes 

Larry C. Smith 

Robert S. Smith 

Paulus C. Taylor 

James E. Temple 

W. A. Thurman, Jr. 

Raymond D. Wallace, Jr. 

Rheudolph J. Wells 

Harriet E. Wood 

Lawrence C. Zacharlas 

Walter M. Zirkle, Jr. 



Ruth Beaver 



MEDICINE 



DENTISTRY 

Charles B. Barnett 
Arthur K. Brown 
A. W. Busbee 
Richard D. Collier 
Patrick B. Colvard 
W. W. Crittenden, Jr. 
Charles P. Fletcher 
CD. King 
J. B. Lapentina 
Samuel R. Lawson 
Paul M. March 
W. L. Pratt 
L. B. Sheppard 
N. Shreve Spitler 
James E. Williams 

PHARMACY 

Henry C. Brown, Jr. 
Edwin L. Burnette 
Gilbert P. Grossman 
Philip J. Leibowitz 
Phillip B. May 
Max Reinhardt 
Virginia L. Webber 

NURSING 

Katherine Bobbitt 
Phyllis B. Freund 
Janet H. Locklear 
Betty Jean T. Quarles 
HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

John C. Blankenbeckler 
William M. Bucher 
Carl S. Napps 
Warren A. Oliver, Jr. 
Joseph E. Peery, Jr. 
William R. Reid 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 
Phyllis M. Darden 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Edwin B. Hill 
Herman L. West 



Jack P. Andrews 
Burness F. Ansell, Jr. 
Bruce A. Baber 
R. J. Bailey 
S. Joseph Bailey 
Charles L. Baird, Jr. 
John M. Bishop, Jr. 
Wilbur J. Blechman 
William T. Booher, Jr. 
Ruth W. Campbell 
Elizabeth R. Carmichael 
John R . Deem 
Eugene C. Divita 
Jack R. Flanary 
Norman Franklin 
Walter F. Green, III 
Robert F. Haden 
L. Clark Hansbarger 
D. Ewell Hendricks 
Gilbert L. Hendricks 
Edwin J. Humphrey, III 
Marshall Klavan 
Michael P. Mesaros 
Ronald E. Miller 
Benjamin E. Norfleet 
Sidney Pavilack 
Courtney P. Persinger 
John M. Quarles 
Richard L. Relyea 
Edgar H. Rossheim 
Thomas J. Schermerhorn 
Ralph C. Slusher 
Alvin J. Southworth 
William F. Sowers 
William R. Thornhill 
Earl E. Virts, Jr. 
Charles J. Wells 
George F. Winks, Jr. 
Percy Wootton 
Reuben B. Young, Jr. 

DENTISTRY 

J. M. Adair 
Dick S. Ajalat 
Calvin L. Belkov 
Harold P. Heafner, Jr. 
Robert M. Hoffmann 
Vernon C. Howerton 
Hubert E. Kiser, Jr. 
Nick J. Manos 
Robert S. Markley 
J. Henry McCoy, Jr. 
Melvln R. Morrison 
J. Thomas Nicholson 
William C. Williams 
Robert C. Woods 

PHARMACY 

John L. Butler 
Robert L. Geil 
Richard M. Geoghegan 
Walter R. Jones 
Robert W. Rorrer 
Conway Stanley 
Robert S. Stiff 
George H. Wood, Jr. 
Richard A. Woodfin, Jr. 
NURSING 

Carol B. Cantrell 
Page G. Deardorff 
Ramona S. Friend 
Barbara L. Hendricks 
GRADUATE STUDIES 

Marvin Jay Bleiberg 



HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Franklin J. Dawson 
E. Thomas DeHaven 
Robert E. Lee 
Ann May 

C. Robert Peery 
Ernest T. Sheen 
Benjamin L. Underwood 
W. Earl Willis 

1958 

MEDICINE 

James P. Baker 

J . McDermott Barnes 

Jane T. Carswell 

Richard F. Clark 

Robert E. Collins 

John A. Cross, Jr. 

James R. Darden, Jr. 

John William Dickerson 

Albert A. Fratrick 

Roland G. Garrett, Jr. 

Gerald A. Gildersleeve 

Carl J . Greever 

William E. Hale 

Andrew W. Haraway, Jr. 

James W. Harding 

H. Summers Harrison 

Robert D. Hess 

Claude K. Hylton 

Charles Leon Jennings, Jr. 

William D. Lilly 

John A. Mathews 

William W. McDonough 

H. Lynn Moore, Jr. 

Marion J. Murray, Jr. 

J. C. Pickett 

Philip Rubin 

Robert B. Scott 

E. Marvin Sokol 

Rufus 0. Van Dyke, Jr. 

Karl K. Wallace, Jr. 

J. Paul Wampler 

Winifred 0. Ward 

Marvin L. Weger 

Jock R. Wheeler 

Vivian M. Wilkerson 

Robert W. Woodhouse, III 

Willis F. Wunder 

DENTISTRY 



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Henry P. Barham 
John I. Bowman, Jr. 
James A. Boyd 
William S. Dodson 
Gerald Einhorn 
Ralph R. Futterman 
Gordon A. Hearne 
Robert M. Lawrence, Jr. 
George R. McGuire 
Bennett A. Malbon 
Leroy J . Pearlman 
Harold P. Remines 
E . Eugene Rorrer 
N. Carl Wessinger 
Marvin F. West 
Howard A. Woolwine 

PHARMACY 

Edward M. Durand 
Ben W. Longest, Jr. 
Richard B. Rice 
Gerald L. Selph 
Cary H. Tanner 
John C. White, Jr. 

NURSING 

Julia W. Hylton 
Cynia Katsorelos 
Ann B. Murray 
Shirley H. 0'Dell 

THE SCARAB 



GRADUATE STUDIES 

Dominick A. Coviello 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Carroll E. Clary 
Lester L. Lamb 
John D. Phillips 
Kenneth L. Waddell 

1959 

MEDICINE 

John M. Appling 
Leonard A. Austin 
Jan de Bakker 
Morton Bender 
John R. Blackmore 
Anne W. Board 
Charles L. Burns, Jr. 
Joseph C. Campbell 
Charles W. Coppedge 
John L. Coyne r 
Duane E. Cozart 
Mary J. de Carvalho 
William D. Deep 
Blackwell B. Evans 
Charles C. Freed, Jr. 
James L. Gardner 
Darrell K. Gilliam 
R. Arthur Gindin 
Charles M. Graham, Jr. 
George M. Hostetler 
Lawrence R. Krivit 
Buong Peck Lau 
Jimmie L. Mangus 
Robert W. McConnell 
Basil W. McManus 
Maritza G. McManus 
Richard C. Neale, Jr. 
James E. Powers 
Frederick Rahal 
Marion D. Richmond 
Richard L. Robertson 
Joyce H. Saunders 
Henry M. Snell 
D. Clint Smith 
James Latane Ware 
T. LePierre Watson 
Marshall L. Whitehair 
Joseph M. Znoy 

DENTISTRY 

John W. Ames, Jr. 
Robert L. Binda 
Stephen L. Blssell 
Richard E. Blanchard 
John M. Butler 
Ernest Diaz 
Robert V. Diggs 
William M. Fulgham 
Ralph N. Greenway 
Richard T. Heath 
Ronald D. Jones 
John Roger Kiser 
Anthony C. Livingstone 
Madison R. Price 
Norman C. Rutter, Jr. 
Bernard F. Smith 
David L. Via 



Daniel E. Wilkins 



NURSING 



Martha C. Bragg 
Ann D. Broaddus 
Catherine U. Finke 
Anna Mae Fowler 
Leah C. Hundley 
Frances W. Kay 
Ethel W. Merryman 
Betty B. RIngley 
Mary J. Snedegar 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Howard Colon 
William D. Gibson 
John R. McKinney 
Frank 0. Salt 
Lawrence R. Snead, Jr. 
John H. Tobin, Jr. 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Sara S. Kendall 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Lea S. Brautigam 
Anna Lou C. Goldblatt 
Patricia 0. Morelock 
Gail F. Neal 



PHARMACY 

F. Spencer Anderson, 
Barrett R. Bryant 
Douglas H. Clark 
John E. Foster 
Roy Lee Garrett 
Frank M . Hemingway 
Esther L. Kue 
Forrest R. Marshall 
C. Gene Morelock 
tty S. Taliaferro 

NOVEMBER, 1971 



I960 



Ronald L. Haynes 
Robert W. Humphrey 
Robert R. Keen 
John H. Knight 
Peter J. Kostel 
Bobby A. Lomax 
Bruce I . Longman 
Thomas G . Luck am 
B. M. Martin 
R. Gordon McCracken 
Douglas B . Nuckles 
John M. Pool 
Frank R. Richardson 
Ronald Albert Shelin 
James H. Smith 
William E. Tuggle 
Thomas F. Van Keuren 
Jerome H. Weinstein 
William F. Wine 

PHARMACY 

William A. Armentrout 
Warren E. Harrell 
Evelyn H. Nock 
Douglas B. Nuckles 
Chapman J. Rodenhizer, 
Helen B. Savedge 
David L. Scott 
Robert P. Staley 
William N. Thompson, J 
John P. Weaver 
Robert E. Willey, Jr 
Evelyn D. Williford 

NURSING 



MEDICINE 



0. Christian Bredrup, Jr, 
Herbert M. Brewer 
John M. Britt, Jr. 
Arthur W. Burke, Jr. 
Richard J. Cleveland 
J. D. Christian, Jr. 
John P. Clarke 
Arthur B. Farfel 
Frank E . Gemma 
James L. Ghaphery 
Robert L. Gilliland 
Walter H. Graham 
John A. Hagy 
George W. Johnson 
Gus V. Jackson, Jr. 
J. Lee Mathews, Jr. 
Charles H. McKown 
W. David McWhorter 
Lawrence R. Moter 
Eugene M. Newman 
Lewis M. Omer, III 
James W. Pancoast 
John A. Rawls 
W. Peter Reyelt, Jr. 
Emmett V. Richardson, Jr, 
William L. Robbins, Jr. 
Louise W. Robertson 
Lowell W. Schwab 
Sidney R. Sewell 
John P. Shells 
Maurice B . Tanner 
Girard V. Thompson, Jr. 
Halsey K. Van Duyne 
Robert W. Waddell 
James R. Wickham 
Calvin J. Willis 
Thomas C. Wilson 

III DENTISTRY 

Wells A. Anderson 
Ronald M. Cantor 
John R. Eshleman 
Robert E. Fox 
James B. Graham 
Richard K. Green 
B. Keith Haley, Jr. 
Robert F. Harman 



Jane V . Adair 
Betsy A. Bampton 
Patricia Ann K. Bloxom 
Lou R. Edwards 
Eleanor H. Garrett 
Gloria G. Hildebrand 
Peggy P. Tanner 
Anne R. Williams 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Joseph B. Ahlschier 
William R. Draper 
Lawrence G. Flannagan, Jr 
Lisle T. Lenny 
George A. Mathews 
William M. Selvey, Jr. 
Jack L. Shelton 
James I. Sublett 
Thomas G. Whedbee 
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 



Joseph A. Maiolo 
Stuart E. Nichols, Jr. 
George H. Nledermayer 
W. Reams Perkins, Jr. 
Roger W. Perry, Jr. 
Ramon N. Redford, Jr. 
Richard B. Robins 
J. Luther Sampson, Jr. 
Jonathan M. Sutton 
Norman A. Templon, Jr. 
John Mills Turner, III 
Rufus H. Warren 
Harry A. Wellons, Jr. 
Robert A. Whlsnant, Jr. 
Hong Y. Woo 
James W. Wotrlng, Jr. 
Anthony A. Yurko, Jr. 
DENTISTRY 

Richard K. Ames 
Thomas E. Burke 
Wallace W. Edens 
Basil J. Friend 
David W. Holley 
David G. Johnson 
Bruce A. Ketner 
Jr William P. Lea, Jr. 
Richard C. Mariani 
Joseph H. Morgan 
Patrick T. Quisenberry 
r - Oscar W. Self, Jr. 
Charles J. Simon 
Harry D. Simpson, Jr. 
William S. Wood 
Lucien B. Yarbrough, Jr 

PHARMACY 



Sue W. Horger 
Anne M. Rawls 



PHYSICAL THERAPY 



Jewell Williams 



MEDICINE 

Wyatt S. Beazley, III 
Owen Riley Boone 
David Brandt 
Harold W. Burnette 
Virgil L. Curry 
William L. Curry 
Russell L. Davis, Jr. 
Rodney G. Elliott 
Harley M. Ellman 
H. Ray Finney 
Harold L. Goldberg 
Walter L. Grubb, Jr. 
Erwin H. Harlfinger 
Rufus . Howard 
Thomas J . Janicki 
Benjamin N. Jones 
John J . Kriz 



Edward M. Blackwell 
Roy H . Browning , Jr . 
Donald C. Grizzard 
John H. Hostetler 
David E. Labson 
Joseph E. Layman, Jr. 
L. Thomas Murray, Jr. 
Connie H. Neef 
William T. Patrick, Jr. 
Meta S. Scott 
Kay P. Showalter 

F. Tyler Yates 

NURSING 

Kitty Sue Boddie 
Eliza Southall Johnson 
Sandra P. Johnson 
Margaret B. McDonald 
Judith E. McLemore 
Phyllis C. Patrick 
Frances L. Reilly 
Sue G. Roberts 
Judith W. Stevenson 
Vivian S. Wotring 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Kenneth H. Axtell 
William K. Brown 
Alfred J. Burkholder 
William H. Green, Jr. 

G. Bruce McFadden 
Nelson L. St. Clair, Jr. 
Barry M. Spero 

Walter N. White 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Frances L. Hurt 
Samantha S. Oehlert 



Robert W. Allen 
Betty M. Blgwood 



Charles J. Blair, III 
Owen W. Brodie 
Walter J. Carmoney, Jr. 
Tom E. Carter 
Robert R. Chaplin, Jr. 
Howard Y. Dean 
N. Turner Gray 
Howard A. Hall 
Austin B. Harrelson 
Eloise C. Haun 
Clarence A. Holland 
William E. Holland 
Harold M. Horden 
Charles E. Johnston 
George S. Julias 
Robert G. Kendall 
Marguerite A. Kern 
Neil D. Kravetz 
Joseph E. Maddox 
Donald L. Martin 
Eugene M. McDaniel 
David S. Miller, II 
Peter T. Montgomery 
Azett J. Mosrie 
Hubert V. Moss 
Joseph C. Parker, Jr. 
William D. Payne 
James E. Poteet 
Robert W. Preston 
Jack D. Proctor 
Irwin Rappaport 
Richard C. Rashid 
Matthew G. RIvkin 
Gerald J. Ruth 
Jack L. Shelburg 
James L. Steele 
Charles A. Stringfellow 
George A. Takach 
Robert L. Watson 
James L. White 
Edward A. Zakaib 
DENTISTRY 



A. Tracy Altcheson, Jr. 

J. Wilson Ames, Jr. 

Jack H. Brenner 

William D. Covington 

William S. Driscoll 

Thomas R. Golden 

Robert W. Goode 

■Lowell L. Hess 

E. Clyde Hoelzer 

James E. Johnson, Jr. 

Marvin Klavans 

Leo N. Lampros 

W. Linwood Out ten, III 

James A. Robertson 

George R. Vaughan 

David A. White 

Raymond Petrie White, Jr. 

E. Patterson Woodworth 

PHARMACY 

Ann R. Bellemore 
Mark A. Binder 
J . Samuel Davis 
Carl F. Emswiller, Jr. 
John J. Gorsica, III 
Gerald A. Grossman 
Thomas K. Hutchens 
Carla Y. King 
James R. King, Jr. 
Charles E. Kipps 
M. Russell Magee 
Martha J. Stepp 
Samuel M. Wolpow 

NURSING 

Susan E. Brown 
Dorothy T. Bryant 
Janet S. B. Hlndle 
Evelyn V. McCoy 
Brenda W. Morgan 
Martha H. Shelhamer 
Shirley M. Thomas 

19 



Margaret D. Vaughan 

GRADUATE STUDIES 

Francis J. Filipowicz 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

George R. Berch 
Lorin S. Campbell 
Sidney Goldin 
Stanley B. Kamm 
Robert G. Payne, Jr. 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Elizabeth R. Olsen 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Elizabeth M. Swinler 

1963 

MEDICINE 

Gerald Allen 
James H. Baird 
John T. Bonner 
James I. Botsford 
Walker Hawes Campbell 
Morton Coleman 
David E. Couk 
Ronald K. Davis 
John W. Forbes, III 
Preston H. Gada 
George L. B. Grinnan 
Lester F. Henry, Jr. 
John R. Hogg 
Lawrence F. Johnson 
R. Stanley Klrchmier 
Hudnall J. Lewis 
Melvin A. Mackler 



Harvey E. Mast 
Andrew G. Schroeder 
Robert F. Scott 
Henry B. Showalter, Jr. 
Charles E. Smith 
Britton E. Taylor 
Harry Thomas, Jr. 
Lawrence E. Valentine 
Thomas M. Winn, Jr. 
Keith H. Wolford 
John Evans Yurko 

DENTISTRY 



Robert S. Berman 
Richard R. Butterworth 
Leonard P. Chandler, Jr. 
Robert N. Emory 
William S. Harrison 
Walker W. Hay 
Julian C. Metts, Jr. 
Charles H. Nelson, Jr. 
George Orlove 
E. T. Sherman 
Emmette C. Skinner, Jr. 
Benjamin J. Stebor, III 
William C. Wilson 
T. G. Yarbrough 
Allan S. Zeno 

PHARMACY 

Sus an E . Adams 
Franklin R. Bennett 
Barbara T. Bolte 
Betty M. Daniels 
David W. Greenwood 
Gerald C. Jones 
David J. McKinney 
Joseph B. Schwartz 
NURSING 

Lynda C. Crum 



Cynthia D. Doctoroff 
Joy S. Graham 
Sarah A. Griffiths 
Floanne Hinton 
Ann Robinson Kofsky 
Mary G. Murray 
Roche lie J. Payne 
Rebecca L. Powell 
Judith S. Strawn 
Susan E. Williams 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Clyde H. Barner 
John P. Conroy 
Samuel L. Hamilton 
James K. Johnson 
Peter B. Lambert 
Thomas S. McCallie 
Clarence E. McCauley 
Charles J. Sweat 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Frances V. Bobbitt 
Donna J. Rowe 
Carol M. Tolbert 



MEDICINE 

Robert B. Belk 
Alvin J. Ciccone 
Kennon W. Davis 
Ralph J. Dotson 
Richard G. Grassy, Jr. 
Wilson A. Higgs 
Horace D. Hoskins , Jr. 
Paul H. Lilly 
Richard E. Unde 
Robert H. Lynde 
Henry W. Neale 



Henry A. Prillaman, Jr. 
Ted L. Rothstein 
Martin C. Shargel 
Lawrence E. Southworth 
John H. Tyler 
Paul Fletcher White 

DENTISTRY 

Robert H. Ellis, Jr. 

James M. Gleason, Jr. 

Robert L. Grossmann 

Sidney H. Horwitz 

A. D. Hurt, Jr. 

Joseph M. Lewis 

Noel H. Markley 

James K. Metz 

Leon A. Rogers 

Fred Harris Rosenblum 

Stanley D. Toporek 

Marlin F. Troiano 

Stephen T. Vermillion, II 

Jules M. Wainger 

PHARMACY 

Allan D. Coraess 
Harrison L. Fridley, Jr. 
Robert 0. Glenn, Jr. 
Alan M. Goldstein 
Larry T. Hill 
John R. Metz 
Laura N. Vranian 
Robert E. Weber 
NURSING 

Charlotte A. Campbell 
Anna E. Harrell 
Dorothy F. Martin 
Rebecca A. Roberts 
Beverly D. White 
GRADUATE SCHOOL 
Alfred J. Szumski 



HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Charles Muse Ewell, Jr. 
Donald S. Good 
Paul Gross 
Richard H. Kerr 
Robert Darrell Konnagan 
Richard Carroll Kraus 
Edward A. Smith, Jr. 
James H. Thompson 
Alvin S. Topham 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Linda M. Adkins 

1965 

MEDICINE 

Matthew J. Barlow, Jr. 
Lewis W. Bridgforth 
Alphonse H. L. Bruno, Jr. 
James G. Campbell 
Willard F. Daniels, Jr. 
Rufus M. DeHart, Jr. 
Gerald A. Ezekiel, Jr. 
Sigsby Warren Gayle 
William Earle Gayle, Jr. 
David Charles Hughes 
David A. Layman 
Stacy L. McMarlin 
Donald Francis Perkins 
Danny L. Scott 
Fred T. Shaia 
Larry 0. Sharpe 
James Thomas Waddill, III 
Gary Wentworth Wake 
Earl D. White, II 
Jane Pendleton Wootton 

DENTISTRY 



Henry M. Cherrick 



TUCKER HOSPITAL, Inc. 

212 West Franklin Street 
Richmond, Virginia 23220 

A private hospital for diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric 
and neurological disorders. Hospital and out-patient services. 

Outpatients seen by appointment 
Hospital visiting hours 2 P.M. — 8 P.M., Daily 



James Asa Shield, M.D. 
James Asa Shield, Jr., M.D. 



Weir M. Tucker, M.D. 
George S. Fultz, Jr., M.D. 



Catherine T. Ray, M.D. 



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THE SCARAB 



Daniel H. Crawley, III 
Charles A. Drescher 
Wallace S. Edwards 
Gerald A. Flatequal 
Colin M. Gallant 
Lloyd A. Green 
Charles A. Harrell 
W. Gerald Harris 
Laurence N. Heiden 
James Miley Hicks 
Thomas W. Kelly, Jr. 
William P. Kennedy 
Malcolm H. Kerstein 
Leonard P. Kessler 
Stanley H. Legum 
Edward Y. Lovelace, III 
Gerald Whisnant Lutz 
Leonard E. McGaha 
Thomas G. McKenna 
Kenneth W. Morris 
T. Ritchie Peery 
David A. Reid 
Donald F. Reynolds 
Robert K. Rosenberg 
John M. Salmon, III 
Harvey H. Shi f let, III 
John H. Timmerman 
Robert Edward Wilkerson 

PHARMACY 

David N. Cox 
Franklyn Wayne Gray 
Paul A. Iwanik 
*Ri chard T. Jacobs 
Thomas A. Middlebrooks 
Brent Alvin Sharf 
Richard Elmo Stotler 

NURSING 

Mathilda M. Acuff 
Mary Jane B. Casarotti 
Joan V. Chappell 
Jane Allison Compton 
Sandra E. Dale 
Janet L. Gilliam 
Donna C. Hester 
Jane 0. Stringer 
Jane W. Timma 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

James R. Bobb 
Gordon Morris Davis 
Robert E. Drisner 
Samuel Francis Lillard 
Robert Lindsay Shuff 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Jennie Lee Evans 

1966 

MEDICINE 

Edward D. Beirne , Jr. 
John H. Bumgarner 
Gerald C. Burnett 
Robert R. Campbell 
James D. Collins 
William V. Davis 
Boiling J. Feild 
William G. Fitzhugh 
B. Richard Goldburg 
Aubrey C. Hall, Jr. 
Henry D. Holland 
Samuel Kerneklian 
A. Dean Kesler, Jr. 
Barry V. Kirkpatrick 
Peter J. Krokidas 
James E. T. Laningham 
Edward M. Litz 
Kenneth Passamaneck 
Jerri B. Perkins 
Sally Abbott Pomputius 

NOVEMBER, 1971 



Robert A. Pruner 
Donald C. Pryor 
Amauld F. Scafidi 
Robert P. Snead 
Robert D. Stacks 
L. W. Stringer, Jr. 
Richard N. Willard 
William J. Wooddell 
Allan K. Yung 

DENTISTRY 

Joseph R. Alfonso 
R. Lewis Armistead, III 
H. Lee Blevins 
Kenneth W. Carson 

. Slough, Jr. 
. Cook 

. Cuttino, III 
Dail 
Dalola 



Charles E 
Phillip M 
Charles L 
Robert N. 
Albert J. 
Paul D . Dove 
Robert E. Gilliam 
David M. Glassman 
Lester J. Godfrey 
Clinton D. Griffin, Jr. 
Joseph C. Hillier 
Bradley G . Johnson 
William H. Johnson 
Stanley M. Kaufman 
Frederic R. Levitin 
Crispin W. Paul 
Eugene A. Petrasy 
Ramon G. Plowden 
Gordon Prior 
Benjamin J. Pritchett 
Fred L. Ridenhour, Jr. 
Jonas B. Spiegel 
Sherrill W. Stockton, Jr. 
Roy E. Strickland, Jr. 
William S. Talbot, Jr. 
Joseph J. Waff, III 
E. Robert Whittington 
A. Nelson Yarbrough 
George S. Yeatras 

PHARMACY 

Nancy Clay Cook 
W. Ashby Danner 
James E. George, Jr. 
James L. Graham 
Wayne M. Hague 
David Eugene Jones 
John F. Knapp 
H. Lee Parrish, Jr. 
Robert J. Pekarsky 
Bernard W. Schutt 
George M. Snead, Jr. 
NURSING 

Judith Allen 

Margaret W. Allen 

Patricia P. Andrews 

Suzanne A. Baranowski 

Shellie S. Bradford 

N. Claudette M. Durham 

M. Jackie T. Goldburg 

Alene G. Haas 

Patricia Stover Hall 

Mary P. Harris 

Jane R. Ingalls 

Bonnie MacCallum Johnson 

Anne M. Layman 

Janet H. McAvoy 

Linda L. Rhodes 

M. Suzanne Neal Rollins 

Jo Anne S. Smith 

Nancy B. Wade 

Patricia A. Wingert 

GRADUATE STUDIES 



HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Reuben A. Baybars 
Gerald R. Brink 
James E. Dalton, Jr. 
Eugene L. Elliott 
Jan H. Feazell 
Samuel G. Feazell 
James B. Foster 
Thomas F. Hall 
Alan B. Heilig 
Jerome W. Krautkramer 
Herman L. Mull ins 
Jack W. Richardson, Sr. 
C. Victoria P. Saunders 
Leo F. Sayre 
Frederick B. Sperry 
L. Amos Tinnell 
Robert F. Willner 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Virginia Bell Smith 
1967 

MEDICINE 



John J. Bagley, Jr. 

William M. Blaylock 

Paul E. Bowles 

Thomas C. Coniglione 

Charles J. Goldman 

Phillip R. Gordon 

Rufus H. Gordon, Jr. 

Stuart V. Grandls 

M. Taylor Greenberg 

Stanley E. Heatwole 

Charles N. James 

William M. Jennings, III 

Allan R. Katz 

Bennett I. Kemper 

Stephen J . Kramer 

Russell G. McAllister, Jr. George J 

Bobby W. Nelson 

Bruce A. Schorr 

John R. Sharpe 

William H. Spencer-Strong 

Frank G. Wray 



George R. Akers 
James A. Bailey, Jr. 
Herman B. Bloom 
Melvin D. Brannan 
Paula J. Campbell 
Linwood L. Childress 
Danny L. Counts 
James D. Gregg 
James M. Hester 
Judith D. Lillard 
William F. Merchant 
Donald W. Rawlings 
Miles Curtis Saunders, J 
Nelson L. Showalter 
Virginia C. Turner 
William T. Walker 

NURSING 

Nancy B. Berger 

Lois S. Caldwell 

Martha Lee Cloe 

June A. Faidley 

Winifred L. Harvey 

Nancy D. Hock 

E. Janine S. Holekamp 

Mary 0. Lindamood 

Carol J. Love 

Dianne Hagood Lucy 

M. Ellen Carney Manson 

Diane R. Petitt 

Rosetta M. .Phlegar 

Phyllis Fugate Plageman 

Karen S. Thorne 

Susan Alexander Vinson 

Anne Vore 

Judy G. Webb 

Annette Elam Wetzel 



GRADUATE STUDIES 



Chandra M 
Joseph E. 



. Banerjee 
Levasseur 
Piasecki 
Sahli 



Brenda P. 
HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 



Irma B. Bateman 
Richard J. McGarry 
Joanne G. Southworth 



DENTISTRY 

Donald E. Adams 
Gary R. Bang 
Ronald A. Baughman 
K. S. Blevins 
Donald S. Bolick 
Kenneth D. Bowman 
J. E. Brantley 
G. Allen Brooks 
J. Cary Bryant 
John A. Busciglio 
A. L. Colasanto 
Charles D. Cox 
J. L. Curabey 
Charles E. Ehle 
James W. Glore 
Daniel E. Grabeel 
Ralph W. Haywood 
Donald W. Hunt 
James A. McElveen 
George S. Parsons 
Paul E. Peters, Jr. 
Alan B. Richter 
Gerald B . Roque 
Sol M. Schwartz 
H. F. Selden 
Dennis M. Smith 
Marshall D. Spoto 
Fred B. Thomas, III 
P. R. Van Ostenberg 
Henry P. Worrell 
Sandra R. Yarbrough 
PHARM ACY 

Douglas K. Acree 



Thomas R. Clarke 
Jimmy L. Farley 
W. M. Loving, Jr. 
John S. Markham 
William M. Moss 
Charles P. Storrs , Jr. 
Donald M. Wechsler 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Lisa L. Martin 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Suzanne Jones 
Carolyn V. Rees 



MEDICINE 

Theodore G. Aldhizer 
Richard L. Atkinson, Jr. 
Robert E. Baker 
L. Roy Boone 
Philip H. Brandt 
Wesley B. Carter 
J. Floyd Clingenpeel 
R. D. Copenhaver, Jr. 
Robert Neal DeAngelis 
Martin Flamm 
Arnold E. Gellman 
Peter L. Goodman 
James B. Hess 
James H. Hickman, Jr. 
Kenton K. Holden 
Charles M. Huber 
Edward R. Isaacs 
Harry K. Jeroy 



Donald A. Kougl 
Paul R. Layman 
Edward L. Lilly 
H. R. McLeod 
Robert M. Miles 
Roger D. Neal 
Michael J. Pollak 
Rudolph L. Raymaker 
Theodore C. Rowe, III 
Stanley M. Shapshay 
George E. Siegfried 
Ronald W. Snead 
c, Robert L. Vermillion 
Carol S. Waddell 
Robert P. Withrow 

DENTISTRY 

J. Wayne Adams, Jr. 
David G. Edmondson 
Wilford F. Falls, Jr. 
David A. Francis, IV 
James I. Gilbert, III 
Arthur L. Glick 
Richard C. Hayes 
Larry D. Hensley 
Lanny C. Hinson 
John A. Hodge 
Jerry Lewis Jenkins 
Robert J. Kirkman 
Jeffrey Levin 
Dean G. McKinney 
Larry C. Miller 
Marshall V. Miller 

Sam P. Napoli 
William E. Overcash, Jr. 
Fred T. Renick, Jr. 
Wilbur M. Riddle 

Thomas W. Riley 

John V. Sawicki 

John D. Semones 

Harvey Silverman 

Russell K. Street 

Ronald L. Tankersley 

Jack F. Thompson, Jr. 

Thomas K. Tompkins 

Jeffrey S. Topf 

Peter S. Trager 

Ryland T. Traynham 

Elmer J. V aught , Jr. 

Byron E. Verkauf 

Bruce C. Watterson 

Mark B. Winnick 

PHARMACY 

Luke John Coukos 
R. Madison Cummings, Jr. 
Janis C. Eatman 
Charles R. Engle 
Roger W. Foutz, Jr. 
John E. Gill, III 
Dena S. Hamblen 
James H. Hawks, III 
Wendell G. Haynie 
George S. Knott 
Linda C. Krause 
Horace R. Moses 
Anita L. Osborne 
Fabian 0. Roberts, Jr. 
Charles F. Schorman, Jr. 
Jeffrey 0. Smith 
John M. Tabb, Jr. 
Robert Ellis Taylor, Jr. 

NURSING 

Pamela A. Bergstrom 
Kay K. Borden 
Shirley N. Butler 
Georgia N. Carbaugh 
Mildred Clark 
Nancy B. Collie 
Sharon E. Dennis 
Patricia C. Falls 
Jane A. B. Flax 



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Gena R. Gait 
Patsy B. Harris 
Gail S. Johnson 
H. Karen H. Kibler 
Nancy J. McGee 
Mary G. Miller 
Helen P. Overstreet 
Anne G. Parker 
Kathryn T. Ramsey 
Katherine B. Seale 
Pamela Ann Stokes 

GRADUATE STUDIES 

Kabil Amin Azzam 
Samuel V. Molinary 
Charles B. Sabiston, Jr. 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Ross S. Ackermann 
Omar Ernest Bacon, Jr. 
Robert J. Beck 
Thomas W. Bingham, Jr. 
Raymond Lee Board 
Iven C. Bryant 
George B. Caley, III 
Elbert Detwiler 
Felix A. Fraraccio 
Patricia Garrigan 
Ralph R. Garver, Jr. 
Michael E. Gilstrap 
Philip S. LaKernick 
Archer R. Rose 
William L. Sheppard 
Herman Gerald Smith 
Roger L. Snapp 
Priscilla H. Stickney 
Joe B. White 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Jean S. Blankenship 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

James H. Little 
Susan C. Little 
Diana Kay Loveless 
Judy K. Miller 
Virginia J. Ratcliff 
Nora M. Tenney 
Carolee B. Wharry 

1969 

MEDICINE 

Floyd L. Atkins, Jr. 
■ Gary M. Cohen 
Stephen R. Grubb 
George F. Hatch, Jr. 
Bruce G. Henry 
James L. Holimon 
William L. Klempner 
Isaac Koziol 
Gilbert R. Lavoie 
Richard E. Layton 
Harold Jay Levinson 
Augustine W. Lewis, III 
H. Thompson Mann 
Jerry P. Martin 
CM. Kinloch Nelson 
Jenifer C. Pears 
Frank H. Phillips, Jr. 
David F. Polster 
Merrill F. Prueh 
Ernest J. Saliba, Jr. 
Samuel G. Showalter 
Robert Scott Smith 
Stuart Solomon 
P. Gary Stern 
Edwin C. Weiss 
James Morgan Wells, Jr. 
; Edwin S. Williams 
'w. C. Williamson, Jr. 

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William H. Wolfe 
John R. Young 
James J. Zelenak 

DENTISTRY 

Hayden P. Allen 
Barry Lewis Behrens 
Robert P. Bethea 
Sheldon H. Blum 
James S. Borovay 
S. Weldon Brown 
Matthew E. Cohl 
Russell Anthony DeCarlo 
John Locke Eby, Jr. 
David F. Edwards 
Rawley H. Fuller, III 
Charles L. Gary, Jr. 
Charles A. Glenn, Jr. 
Sanford K. Heard, III 
David Aaron Kovach 
Lynn Bruce McNeely 
Edward S. Nacht 
Robert J. Oswald 
Alan M. Padgett 
G. Spencer Pugh 
Thomas W. Ranson, Jr. 
John Lee Ricks, Jr. 
John Lee Tarver, Jr. 
Daniel G. Thomas, Jr. 
Joseph V. Valenti, Jr. 
David B. Webster, Jr. 
Edward Woodman 

PHARMACY 

Joann Morgan Burstein 
Charles E. Clark, Jr. 
Thomas D. Evans, Jr. 
Everett B. Cox, Jr. 
Thomas A. Flax 
Thomas A. Fox, Jr. 
Judy M. Lifland 
Ruediger V. Luethy 
Philip D. Richard 
Joseph Russo, Jr. 
David M. Shanahan 
Joseph Suarez 
David E. Williamson 

NURSING 

Ann W. Baldwin 
Shirley S. Bitting 
Brenda Lee Brace 
Harriet W. Buss 
Marilyn M. Cabral 
Jeanine M. Carfagna 
Linda H. Carter 
Peggy A. Cohen 
Patricia Sharpe Eby 
Dorthea A. Ellison 
Annette T. Fitch 
Barbara W. Fleming 
Wendy W . Gibson 
Martha W. Gilbert 
Beatrice H. Hall 
Nancy G . E . Jackson 
Linda L. James 
Sharon Y. Jones 
Betty B. Knudson 
Kay J? . Largent 
Marsha A. Maimone 
Donna A. Martin 
Evelyn Sue Neuhut 
Caroline B. Patteson 
Dlanne M. Reed 
Marian D. Shanahan 
Patricia W. Witten 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 
Edith L. Hardie 
George D. Miller 
HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Thomas F. Anderson, Jr. 



Jacques T. Baker, Jr. 
David C. Christman 
Michael B. Collins 
Frederick A. Cyran 
William A. Gillespie 
Lu Alice H. Harding 
John D. T. Hartman, Jr. 
Edward M. Holmes, III 
Gene A. Lakey 
Lawrence W. Langston 
Lawrence M. Lurie 
John W. Milford 
Donald E. Patterson 
Keith W. Peters 
Harry Rosenthal 
Rufus R. Sutton 
Robert L. Terrell, Jr. 
Telford W. Thomas 
M. Rosita Wellinger 
Charles J. Zartman, Jr. 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Kathryn H. Beaumont 
Lucile Cross 
Susan S. Elliott 
Cheryl R. Hunter 
Nancy C . Leed 
Mary Ann L. Lindsey 
Clara D. Malley 
Nancy H. Wharton 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Jane C. Osby 

1970 

MEDICINE 

Donald Lancy Allyn 
Nor r is I . Boone 
Joel L. Cohen 
Matthew W. Collings 
Lewis Daniel Crooks , Jr 
John T. Cunningham 
Thomas W. Daugherty 
Michael B. Ford 
Gordon M. Gondos 
Kenneth S. Gray 
Hanns C. Haesslein 
Lon W. Keim 
Eugene M. Kornhaber 
Dennis R. Lee 
James A. Long 
Beal A. Lowen 
Frank Wayland Marks 
David E. Mullins 
Adele B. Noble 
Bernard P . Novak 
William A. Nuckols 
Jethro H. Piland, Jr. 
Richard F. Prince 
Eugene H. Randall 
Mallory J. Read, Jr. 
Harold L. Rekate , Jr. 
Stephen A. Schechner 
Robert B. Sigafoes 
Marc D. Thames 
Robert D. Tomlinson 
Robert B. Trivett 
James W. Turner 
Martin H. Walker 
Gerald Weintraub 
J. Neville White 

DENTISTRY 

John Rumsey Agar 
Ralph L. Anderson 
Lewis A. Arthur 
Ted L. Bachas 
David L. Barnes 
Donald R. Brown 
Thomas R. Burriss 
Donald W. Cherry 
Orrin W. Clifton 



Harry W. Davis 
Robert Faine 
John M. Fedison 
Ronald Lee Herbert 
Warren G. Karesh 
Larry D . Lawson 
Thomas W. Littrell 
Robert T. Mackie 
Wilfred J. McCall, Jr. 
Gwyn Gordon McCutchen 
Howard A. Mendelsohn 
Raymond R. Niles, Jr. 
W. Baxter Perkinson, Jr. 
Ashton Wright Pond 
Dennis G. Raitt 
Allan C. Sundin 
Denis P. Trupkin 
Robert Lee Vanarsdall, Jr 
Seaborn M. Wade, Jr. 
Ernest E. Wooden, III 
PHARMACY 

Ronald F. Abernathy 
Linda Jeanne Angelillo 
William P. Deans 
Alice Habel Fox 
Janet 0. Hurley 
Francis Randolph Jones 
Edward Roy Kromer 
Beverly R. Long 
Claude L. Magee , Jr. 
David A. Martell 
Joseph W. Martin, Jr. 
Gerald Lee Minix 
Diane H. Parsons 
Kendrick F. Pritchard 
Maria Richardson Saunders 
Richard L. Stansbury 
Florence E. Woods 

NURSING 



Wilsie P. Bishop 
Stella C. Brooks 
Janet N. Brugh, III 
Nancy Lee Carper 
Brenda J. Carroll 
Susan E. Chadwell 
Patricia P. Chancey 
Pamela J. C. Chicurel 
Bennie Lee Davis 
F. Carol C. Davis 
Julianne M. Dietmeir 
Wanda W. Duncan 
Pamela W. Kavanaugh 
Barbara Jean Limandri 
Katherine A. Love 
Judith E. Marsella 
Donna T. Moore 
Rebecca J. Patterson 
Linda E. Pearson 
Marijke Pieters 
Susan R. Reinheimer 
Roberta Rosen 
Brenda G. Smith 
Betty A. M. Williams 
Ann Marie Wolf 
Ann E. S. Zelenak 
GRADUATE STUDIES 

William R. Grigsby 
Heinz George Hausch 
Albert E . Munson 
Thomas W. Nooney, Jr. 
Patricia E. Richardson 
Charles Varsel 

HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 

Uldis Birzenieks 
Hunsdon Cary, III 
Joseph M. Cottrell 
Rodney D. Dorinson 
Douglas L. Fairfax 
John M. Faulkner 
H. Philip Gibb, Jr. 



Robert W. Jackson 
Richard B. Kernaghan 
David B . Liebraan 
Donald B. Logan 
C . David Morrison 
Jack A. Peters 
Dalton L. Smart 
Billy Ray Solesbee 
Darrell Richard Squires 
Alfred J. Walker 
Charles W. Winney 
Sherman H. Wooding 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Patricia T. Chappell 
Kay E. McDonald 
Patricia Ann Pinch 
•Mary E. Rheutan 
Kathy Saunders 
Brenda Kay Schutte 
Joan M. Shumaker 
Linda Tiller 
Mary L. Weller 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Barbara Jo Allegri 
Marjory A. Cannon 
Charlotte E. Fitch 
Sylvia B. E. Wilson 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 

Margaret Myra Quinn 

1971 

MEDICINE 

Gary H. Asher 
Amlele Hassen Barakey 
Randall G. Barre 
Stephen M. Bobys 
Gary B. Bokinsky 
Charles E. Brady, III 
David H. Bristow 
Philip J. Burstein 
Robert A. Comunale 
Parham R. Fox 
Richard B. Hays 
Rodney L. HIte 
Larry A. Isrow 
Robert L. Jagger 
Robert Alexander Johnson 
Webb D. Jones 
David M. Kaplan 
Charles W. Keblusek 
Robert W. Klink 
Herbert A. Lassiter 
Kenneth W. Lucas, Jr. 
Marilyn K. Lynam 
Robert 0. McGuffin 
Robert Z. E. McLees 
Hugh B. McMahan 
David H. McNaughton 
Francis J . Martorano 
Mary Dianne M. Meyer 
Joseph Raoul Morin, Jr. 
Mark L. Nichols 
Carol McN. Owens 
John E. Owens 
Louis F . Owens , Jr . 
Peter M. Pardoll 
Randall W. Powell 
Michael B. Ross 
Stephen L. Schlesinger 
David A. Schwartz 
Thomas J. Shacochis 
Stephen R. Siegel 
Randolph W. Stark 
Seymour Z. Sundell 
Robert W. Swisher 
W. Woodrow Tanner 
Marvin J. Tenenbaum 
Richard N. Waldman 
Michael J. Walters 
William M. Waring 

THE SCARAB 



Jerry Weingartea 
Kenneth D. Youner 

DENTISTRY 

Michael Padgett Adams 
Jules E. Abramson 
Frederick T. Birsch 
Allen S. Bridge 
Gerald E. Edlin 
Charles W. Ford 
Ross F. Gale 
Arthur L. Halstead, III 
Richard B. Harris 
Jeffrey W. Karp 
Eddie S. Longman 
Ronald E. Lowry 
Lawrence D. McKinley 
Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. 
Edmund E. Mullins, Jr. 
Harold J. Neal, Jr. 
Edward M. O'Keefe 
Alexander W. Ramsey, Jr. 
Ivan R. Schiff 
Harold L. Shapiro 
Daniel E. Thompson 
W. Dudley Vest 

PHARMACY 

Glen N. Abernathy 
Rodney D. Bedwell 
Barry C. Lubin 
Phyllis O'Neal Pugh 
Hugh L. Reavis 
Karen J. Rudolph 
John R. West 
Carl R. Williams 

NURSING 

Catherine W. Barakey 
Janet S. Barnes 
Susan M. Boyd 
Marilyn P. Campbell 
Darlene V. Coffey 
Barbara C . Connaughton 
Jo Ann Crennel 
Linda G. Cupit 



L. Angelise Davis 
Diane M. Duckworth 
Nina G. Edwards 
Ruth A. Efird 
Gwen A. Eichelberger 
Nancy C. Gates 
Jennifer Y. Gehman 
Carolyn E. Glenn 
Elizabeth A. Hackley 
Mary G. Hayes 
Janas H. Horner 
Susan M. Ivey 
Kathleen A. Jones 
Pamela Ruth Kennedy 
Jeanette L. King 
Sharon L. McConnell 
Patricia A. McCook 
Mary M. McKendrick 
Margaret E. Miller 
Annette Morris 
Diane J. Parks 
Barbara A. Prosise 
Cathleen F. Ryan 
Sally A. Santmyer 
N. Jeanne C. Sears 
Dianne E. Snead 
Linda M. Stertzer 
L. Susan S. Townsend 

GRADUATE STUDIES 

Richard A. Banks 
Gwendolen N. Brannon 
Ruth B. Finley 
Kathryn E. Fretz 
Gaye W. Poteet 
Robert F. Reisch 



Franklin D. Goldberg 
Wilbur A. Gravely, Jr. 
Stephen A. Jonas, Jr. 
Harold E. Knight, III 
John G . Larson 
Charles Lonchar 
Wickliffe S. Lyne 
James R. Madory 
Timothy R. McCormick 
Mary Anthony Menting 
Thomas P. O'Neal 
Alan T. Penn 
Richard A. Reif, Jr. 
Mitchell B. Smith 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Leslie C. Colburn 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Pamela J. King 
Barbara J. O'Kennon 
Susan S. Vann 
Christine C. Vaughan 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 

Gayle L. Polk 

ADMINISTRATION 

William T. Sanger 

BOARD OF VISITORS 

Robert A. Wilson 



HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION HOUSE STAFF 



Paul J. Austin, Jr. 
Don P. Bagwell, Jr. 
Bruce C. Baldwin 
James C. Barnett 
John S . Bowling 
Harold W. Boyer 
Phillip D. Brooks 
William A. Burns 
William H. Downing 



Cecil L. Barrier 
Winston N. Bloch, Jr. 
Linwood G. Bradford 
Robert C. Briggs, Jr. 
Jaime Buenaventura 
Joseph H. Callicott, Jr 
William W. Carroll 
Frank G. Corazzelli 
James C. Dimitris 



David E . Drum 
Lawrence I. Dunlap 
Gaspare Galati 
Claud M. Grigg 
Gordon W. Hall 
Susanne E. Hall 
Helen W. Hallman 
Thomas G. Hardy, Jr. 
Hooshang Hooshmand 
James R. Howerton 
Jack Hughes 
Federico M. Luna 
Eugene Makarowsky 
Edwin A. Mayo 
Lawrence S. Miller 
Helga W. Muznieks 
Carlos S. Patino 
Juan M. Perdomo 
George A. Reynolds 
William D. Richards 
Robert L. Rogers, Jr. 
Harold C. Rothermel 
Jerome H. Sacks 
Paul Skok 
Ival R. Thomas 
James L. Thomson 
Virginia E. Till 
H. Hudnall Ware, III 
Wang-Kuen Wu 
Howard L. Zuckerman 

FACULTY 



S . Elmer Bear 
William F. Bernart 
Lewis H. Bosher, Jr. 
Alfons Busza 
Paul L. Chevalier 
James B. Dalton 
John G. dos Santos 
Fairfield Goodale, Jr 
Edwin W. Hakala 
Campbell Harris, Jr. 
Kathryn Heitshu 
Susanne Hirt 
Randolph H. Hoge 
Saul Kay 
Donald P. King 
Paul Larson 



Gordon E. Madge 
Robert B. McEntee 
James E. Mclver 
Charles E. S. McKeown 
Mary Susan J. Mellette 
Robert E. Mitchell, Jr. 
P. J. Modjeski 
Marcus Pinson Neal, Jr. 
Kinloch Nelson 
Leroy S. Pearce 
Eugene R. Perez 
E. S. Ray 

Vashtl J. Richardson 
Phyllis S. Roberts 
Sami I. Said 
Eric C. Schelin 
Robert B. Scoggins 
William E. Steinke 
Cary Grayson Suter 
Lauren A. Woods 



DENTISTRY AFFILIATES 
Lawrence H. Cash 
Gene W. Hirschfeld 
Walter J. Newton 
Ronald Rosenthal 
Robert M. Rubin 
PHARMACY AFFILIATES 



T. A. Abbott 
J. Leonard Beck 
W. P. Irwin 
William H. Mease 

NURSING AFFILIATES 

Sara A. Smith 
FRIENDS 

Mrs. Custis L. Coleman 

Eppa Hunton, IV 

Mrs. Elizabeth K. Jabbour 

Mrs . Louise Jones 

Jonah L. Larrick 

Mrs . Edith Parrish 

Ed Phillips 



Class 72 



ass news 

1912 UCM M. Pinson Neal (M) of Colum- 
bia, Missouri, was honored by the school 
of medicine, University of Missouri, Colum- 
bia, at a reception on the occasion of his 
fiftieth year at the University. Doctor Neal 
is the author of The Genesis, Heritage, and 
Progress of Medical Education at the Uni- 
versity of Missouri, 1841-1970. 

1913 UCM Cyrus C. Keiger (D) of Char- 
lotte, North Carolina, has retired after fifty- 
eight years of practice. 

1917 Walter G. Gobbel (D) of Suffolk, Vir- 
ginia, retired in June after 53 years of prac- 
tice there. Doctor Gobbel has the distinction 
of being the first regularly employed dentist 
at Eastern State Hospital. He not only did 
dental work at the hospital but set up its 
first equipment for the operating room. This 
was in 1917. Besides membership in dental 
societies, he is also an active member of the 
dental staff of Louise Obici Memorial Hos- 
pital, a charter member and past president 
of Suffolk Rotary Club, past commander of 
the American Legion, past president of the 
Cancer Society, and of the Suffolk-Nanse- 
mond Tuberculosis Association, and Suffolk 
Chapter of the Heart Association. He holds 
a life membership in AF & AM Masonic 
Order 30. 

NOVEMBER, 1971 



1918 Nancy Pugh Dailey (N) of Kingwood, 
West Virginia, retired on July 16 from Pres- 
ton Memorial Hospital where she was night 
supervisor for the past 15 years. Mrs. Dailey 
was honored by the staff with a party cele- 
brating her eightieth birthday and retirement 
on July 14. 

1929 Anne F. Mahoney (N) retired as chap- 
ter nursing director of the Richmond Red 
Cross on September 1 after 34 years of 
service. She was honored at a dinner on 
September 10 at the Jefferson Hotel by 
her friends. 

Bernice Harrell White (N) of Richmond, 
Virginia, was married on June 30 to Mr. 
Raymond Grant Chase. 

1930 John Wyatt Davis, Jr. (M), of Lynch- 
burg, Virginia, was awarded a life mem- 
bership in the Naval Aviation Museum 
Association at Pensacola, Florida, by a 
grateful Navy ferry pilot whose life was 
saved by Doctor Davis after a plane crash 
in 1942. 

1934 Frank W. Jones (M) of Newton, North 
Carolina, is chairman of the mediation com- 
mittee and the committee on comprehensive 
health service planning of the Medical So- 
ciety of the State of North Carolina. 
1941 Lloyd L. Hobbs (D) of Blacksburg, 
Virginia, was awarded the Camp Easter 
Seal Award, a plaque given "in appreciation 
of his continued service to handicapped chil- 
dren and adults in 1971." 



W. Roy Smith (P) of Petersburg, Virginia, 
has been named an assistant vice president 
of A. H. Robins Company. Mr. Smith will 
assume the chairmanship of a newly es- 
tablished pharmaceutical development com- 
mittee. He will also serve in a temporary 
assignment as director of research and de- 
velopment administration in the R & D Di- 
vision. 

1943D Alexander C. Johnson (M) of Great 
Falls, Montana, was installed as president 
of the Rocky Mount Neurological Society 
in June. Doctor Johnson, a neurosurgeon, 
was the first in this specialty in the five-state 
area of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, and the 
Dakotas, locating in Great Falls in 1948, 
where he founded the Montana Neurologi- 
cal Clinic. He is a diplomate of the Ameri- 
can Board of Neurological Surgery, a fellow 
of the American and International Colleges 
of Surgeons, and a member of the Congress 
of Neurological Surgeons. Doctor Johnson 
is an attending and consulting neurosurgeon 
to the Columbus and Montana Deaconness 
Hospitals in Great Falls and the Veterans 
Administration Hospital at Fort Harrison. 

1944 Charles B. Wilkerson, Jr. CM), of Ra- 
leigh, North Carolina, is chairman of the 
credentials committee and the committee on 
social service programs of the Medical So- 
ciety of the State of North Carolina. 

1945 Robert H. Sease (M) of Harrisonburg, 
Virginia, serves on the executive committee 
of the Virginia Society of Internal Medicine. 

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1946 Richard N. Baylor (M) of Richmond, 
Virginia, will be on the executive committee 
of the Virginia Society of Internal Medicine. 
Clayton L. Thomas (M) has been appointed 
a consultant on human reproduction at the 
Harvard School of Public Health. He re- 
ceived his M.P.H. degree there in 1958. 
C. Newton Van Horn (M) of Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia, is serving as president of the Norfolk 
County Medical Society. Doctor Van Horn 
has been president of the medical staff of 
Leigh Memorial and Norfolk General Hos- 
pitals and is on the staff and active in the 
teaching programs at Leigh, General, and 
DePaul Hospitals. 

1947 R. David Anderson (P) of Waynesboro, 
Virginia, was chosen the Virginia Pharma- 
ceutical Association pharmacist of the year 
for his outstanding service. Mr. Anderson is 
director of pharmacy services at Waynes- 
boro Community Hospital. 

Walter M. Ormes, Jr. (D), of Richmond, Vir- 
ginia, has been appointed liaison representa- 
tive for the Army Dental School. The ap- 
pointment was made by Major General 
Robert B. Shira, assistant surgeon general 
and chief of the dental school. Doctor Ormes 
is a colonel in the U. S. Army dental 
school, retired, and is associate professor 
and acting chairman of the department of 
periodontics, school of dentistry, at MCV. 

1948 Thomas P. Freeman (D) of Fort Bragg, 
North Carolina, was promoted to a full 
colonel in the Army Dental Corps. He en- 
tered the Army in 1942. Doctor Freeman 
has developed an education program in the 
field of preventive dentistry for local Army 
personnel and their dependents. To insure 
personal attention, classes are limited to 
four patients who receive personal instruc- 
tions from a dental assistant or hygienist 
on how to administer proper self-dental care. 
Using a red dye and a system of lights and 
mirrors developed by the colonel, patients 
are able to observe all areas of their mouth 
in order to see where they are falling short 
in brushing technique. "The program, — 
although only four years old — has had a 
dramatic impact. Not only has it reduced 
the number of required fillings but has 
vastly improved the condition of the pa- 
tients' gums." 

1950 Griffith B. Daniel (M) of Louisa, Vir- 
ginia, has left the general practice of medi- 
cine in Louisa to assume the position of 
director of the Richmond Health Depart- 
ment's chronic disease unit. 

William B. Poland, Jr. (P), of Hampton, Vir- 
ginia, serves on the executive committee of 
the Peninsula Pharmaceutical Association. 

1951 Oscar B. Harden. Jr. (M), of Bedford, 
Virginia, has been elected secretary of the 
Bedford County Medical Society. 

1952 W. Benson McCutcheon, Jr. (M), of 
Durham, North Carolina, heads the com- 
mittee of physicians on nursing of the N.C. 
Medical Society. 

Charles T. Rector (P) of Fredericksburg, 
Virginia, was elected president of the Vir- 
ginia Pharmaceutical Association. 
Thomas W. Rorrer (P) of Waynesboro, Vir- 
ginia, was named first vice president of the 
Virginia Pharmaceutical Association. 
1955 Donald R. Holsinger (M) of Martins- 
ville, Virginia, has been chosen president of 
the Virginia Heart Association and as presi- 
dent-elect of the Virginia Society of Internal 
Medicine. 

Robert W. Iden (M) of Warrenton, Virginia, 
has been elected secretary of the Fauquier 
County Medical Society. 
Harvey B. Morgan (P) of Gloucester, Vir- 

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ginia, was made secretary of the Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association. 
Howard A. Silverman (M) of Allentown, 
Pennsylvania, has been made a diplomate 
of the American Board of Family Practice. 
Doctor Silverman is on the senior attending 
staff of the Allentown Hospital department 
of general practice and a member of the 
hospital medical board. He is also on the 
staff of Sacred Heart, Allentown State and 
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospitals. 

1956 Betsy R. Daniel (P) of Culpeper, Vir- 
ginia, has been named first vice president 
of the Rappahannock Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation. 

R. Page Hudson (M) of Chapel Hill, North 
Carolina, has been elevated to professor of 
pathology at the University of North Caro- 
lina. His primary position is chief medical 
examiner for the State of North Carolina. 
He was elected a member of Sigma Xi in 
May at UNC. 

1957 John D. Cowley, Jr. (P), of Hampton, 
Virginia, was chosen second vice president 
of the Virginia Pharmaceutical Association. 
Joe E. Hood (P) of White Stone, Virginia, 
was elected president of the Chesapeake 
Pharmaceutical Association. 

Hubert E. Riser, Jr. (D), of Bluefield, West 
Virginia, was elected president of the South- 
west Virginia Dental Society and of the 
Mercer-McDowell Dental Society. Doctor 
Kiser was chosen as a director of the Vir- 
ginia Orthodontics Association, vice presi- 
dent of the West Virginia Orthodontics As- 
sociation, and as a director of the Bluefield 
Rotary Club, all for the 1971-1972 terms. 

1958 Bernard V. Franko (Ph.D.) of Rich- 
mond, Virginia, has been named director 
of pharmacological research in the Research 
and Development Division of A. H. Robins 
Company. 

Charles H. Friedman (P) of Hampton, Vir- 
ginia, was chosen president of the Peninsula 
Pharmaceutical Association. 
Robert D. Hess (M) of Bridgeport, West 
Virginia, was named secretary of the Har- 
rison County Medical Society. 
Richard B. Rice (P) of Bon Air, Virginia, 
was chosen president of the Richmond Phar- 
maceutical Association. 

1959 Walter S. Barton (M) of Wytheville, 
Virginia, was named president of the New 
River Valley Chapter. 

John F. Denton (M) of Warrenton, Virginia, 
continues as president of the Fauquier Medi- 
cal Society. 

Roy Lee Garrett (P) of Lynchburg, Virginia, 
was chosen vice president of the Lynch- 
burg Pharmaceutical Association. 
Linda Jane Hardesty (N) of Lake Jackson, 
Virginia, was married on May 15 to CWO-2 
William Arnold Knupple in Manassas. The 
Knupples are living in Waukegan, Illinois. 
Mrs. Knupple is on the teaching staff of 
the hospital corps school at the U. S. Naval 
Base, Great Lakes. She holds the rank of 
lieutenant in the Navy Nurse Corps Re- 
serves. Mr. Knupple is a divisional director 
of the ordnance school at Great Lakes Naval 
Training Center. 

C. Gene Morelock (P) of Fredericksburg, 
Virginia, was named secretary-treasurer of 
the Rappahannock Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion. 

Lawrence A. Williams (M), a radiologist, 
has joined the staff of the Fairmont General 
Hospital, Fairmont, West Virginia. He was 
formerly an assistant professor of radiology 
at MCV. 
1961 Jeannette Harwell (N) of Roanoke, 



Virginia, was married on June 26 to Harry 

Robert Deaton of Rocky Mount, North 

Carolina. The couple will live in Rocky 

Mount. 

Louis A. Tucci (P) of Hampton, Virginia, 

was named vice president of the Peninsula 

Pharmaceutical Association. 

1962 Jerry M. Wood (P) of Culpeper, Vir- 
ginia, was elected president of the Rappa- 
hannock Pharmaceutical Association. 

1963 George B. Holzbach, Jr. (P), of Rich- 
mond, Virginia, was made treasurer of the 
Richmond Pharmaceutical Association. 
Susan E. Williams (N) of Charlottesville, 
Virginia, sponsored a slumber party on 
July 24-25. Attending were; Joyce Mundy 
Rolston (N) of Kingsport, Tennessee; JoAnn 
O'Dell Dawson (N) of Woodbridge, Vir- 
ginia; Janice Wood Rockwell (N) of Staun- 
ton, Virginia; Elizabeth Wilkinson Astin 
(N) of Petersburg, Virginia; Carol Garst 
Hayes (N'AD), of Richmond, Virginia; 
Emma Jean Thomas Wise (N'64) of Weyers 
Cave, Virginia; Christine Owensby (N'64) 
of California; E. Gail Ford (N'65) of Chapel 
Hill, North Carolina; and Suzanne E. Swin- 
ney (N'62 AD). Mrs. Hayes has two sons 
and a daughter born in June. Miss Williams 
recently completed a year and a half tour 
with the Dooley Foundation in Asia and 
came to the University of Virginia for a 
four-month nurse-practitioner course. In 
June, she accepted the position of chief 
nurse in the Children and Youth Project, 
Department of Pediatrics, U. Va., Char- 
lottesville. 

1964 Henry W. Neale (M) and his wife, 
Margaret, formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, 
have three children, Leigh (6), Jennifer (4), 
Henry, Jr. (10 months), and the fourth 
expected in December. Doctor Neale com- 
pleted a six-year surgical residency at Cin- 
cinnati General and began a three-year plas- 
tic surgery residency at Duke in October. 

1965 Rebecca Holt Monfalcone (N), for- 
merly of Annandale, Virginia, has moved 
to Louisville, Kentucky, where Mr. Mon- 
falcone is enrolled at Southern Baptist Semi- 
nary working on his masters and doctorate 
in theology. They have two children, Mark 
(3) and Alisa Carole, born January 18. 

1966 Reevis S. Alphin (G.S.) of Richmond, 
Virginia, has been named associate director 
of pharmacological development in the Re- 
search and Development Division of A. H. 
Robins Company. 

John H. Bumgarner (M) of Newton, North 
Carolina, was married on July 10 to Bar- 
bara Saunders Bolton. 

Frederic B. Garner (M) of Hershey, Penn- 
sylvania, has been named assistant professor 
of pediatrics at The Milton S. Hershey 
Medical Center of the Pennsylvania State 
University. There, he will teach medical 
students, see patients, and continue research 
in the general areas of neonatology, oncol- 
ogy, and the care of the hospitalized child 
and adolescent. 

1967 W. Richard Chaney (P) of Hampton, 
Virginia, was awarded the Bowl of Hygeia 
for his outstanding leadership at the local 
level at the recent V. Ph. A. meeting. This 
presentation is sponsored by the A. H. 
Robins Company. 

Lucy Townsend (P) and Claggett Clay Par- 
tin, Jr. (P'64), of Roanoke, Virginia, an- 
nounce the birth of their son, Samuel Clay- 
ton, on April 21. Mr. Partin is manager of 
the new REVCO #359 and Mrs. Partin 
is retired for the time being. 

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Deans' Page 



Each dean has a standing invitation 
to contribute to the Dean's page in 
every issue. 

School of Pharmacy 

A record number of new students 
entered the school of pharmacy this 
fall. When the final registration figures 
were in, 92 new students had regis- 
tered. Of this number 30 were young 
ladies, another record for our school. 
Altogether we have 236 students en- 
rolled in the final three years of the 
program. This includes the 92 new 
students, 77 fourth-year students, and 
the 67 fifth-year students. The number 
of fourth-year students is a record and 
the total number for the final three 
years of the program is also a record. 
We had a larger number of senior stu- 
dents two years ago, so the count there 
is not a new record for us. Of the total 
number, 64 students were young ladies, 
constituting the highest percentage of 
female students since World War II. 
It is also significant that we had a 
longer waiting list of new students than 
any year in our history and regrettably 
not enough places to accommodate 
every one who wanted to come and 
was otherwise qualified. 

We want to thank all our alumni 
who were so helpful in directing stu- 
dents to us and ask their cooperation 
in having applicants this year apply in 
the late fall or early winter. There is no 
question that the early applicant has 
some edge and a higher probability of 
being accepted than an applicant who 
completes his papers in the early spring. 

We also ask your support and good 
words for the legislative request placed 
before the General Assembly this year 
for a structure here at the Medical Col- 
lege that will house an increased num- 
ber of pharmacy students. The Uni- 
versity of North Carolina has been 
enrolling in the neighborhood of 150 
students for the past several years, and 
we certainly should have the capacity 
to enroll 125 students at our own insti- 
tution. Even if the General Assembly 
should approve our requests, it would 
be 1975 before we could see a com- 
pleted building and 1978 before addi- 
tional graduates could be produced. 
We think that we have had a healthy 

NOVEMBER, 1971 



situation in Virginia where the majority 
of practicing pharmacists have been 
graduates from our school. We would 
like to see our school continue in this 
particular role and provide all Vir- 
ginians who wish to study pharmacy 
with the opportunity. Your help will 
be most appreciated. 

The final changes in our curriculum 
will be implemented this year. Two 
years ago intensive study of our cur- 
riculum began involving a complete 
reorganization of the program and 
course content. In the last semester of 
the final year of the program, students 
will have the opportunity to practice 
pharmacy in several kinds of environ- 
ments. We hope to place some students 
out in the community in the commu- 
nity pharmacy under the guidance of 
selected pharmacists, some in hospitals 
and institutions other than our own, 
and the balance at MCV in various 
kinds of pharmaceutical activities. We 
view this as a very exciting develop- 
ment representing the culmination of 
several years of very hard work on the 
part of our faculty. We will be very in- 
terested in your reaction to the pro- 
gram. We believe that graduates of our 
school this year will be better prepared 
to practice pharmacy than any gradu- 
ates of past years. Proposed accredita- 
tion standards for colleges of pharmacy 
indicate that we are very much in the 
right direction and have a distinct edge 
on most pharmacy schools. 

Warren E. Weaver, dean 

School of Allied 
Health Professions 

Effective luly 1, 1971, Dr. Benjamin 
T. Cullen, Jr., was named acting direc- 
tor of the hospital administration grad- 
uate program and assistant dean of the 
school of allied health professions. 
Firsts of several kinds are in style for 
hospital administration. The class of 
1951 achieved their first 20-year mark 
in June, 1971, and are listed as "old 
grads." The largest enrollment of the 
school was reached in September when 
30 new students enrolled along with 
the 30 students now serving their ad- 
ministrative residencies — for a grand 
total of 60. Changes in the program 
format and curriculum were added to 
the academic phase. Thus, the format 
now includes two semesters plus a sum- 
mer session and an administrative res- 
idency beginning in August of each 



year for a ten-month period. 

Nelson St. Clair, class of 1961, was 
the first alumnus to receive the coveted 
Robert S. Hudgens Hospital Admin- 
istrator of the Year Award in Febru- 
ary. The school, in cooperation with 
the Virginia Hospital Association, in- 
stituted the first seminar for administra- 
tors-chiefs of medical staffs-hospital 
trustees in Williamsburg in September. 
Also, in cooperation with the Hampton 
Roads Center, school of general stud- 
ies, University of Virginia, a certificate 
program in health services manage- 
ment was initiated. The school, in co- 
operation with the management center, 
school of business, Virginia Common- 
wealth University, has developed two 
chart courses for hospital management 
personnel and several programs are 
now underway throughout the State. 

Medical technology began its 29th 
year on June 9, 1971, with 30 students. 
The students transferred from 15 dif- 
ferent colleges and represent six dif- 
ferent states: Virginia, Pennsylvania, 
Delaware, North Dakota, New York, 
and New Jersey. There have been some 
changes in the curriculum in the past 
two years; mainly, the deletion of his- 
tology and the addition of a course in 
instrumentation. The Veterans Admin- 
istration, St. Mary's, and St. Luke's 
Hospitals have been included in the 
clinical rotations. Each student spends 
one month in one of the four main dis- 
ciplines at the V.A. and one month at 
either St. Mary's or St. Luke's. This 
enables the students to have a broader 
clinical experience. The faculty has 
been increased to four full-time in- 
structors and two full-time assistant 
professors. Miss Marian A. Lindgren 
has replaced Mrs. Cecilia C. Dail, in- 
structor, who resigned August 3 1 . 

The allied health professions person- 
nel training act of 1966 provided 
traineeship grants for the advanced 
training of health personnel. Medical 
technology was awarded one of these 
grants in August, 1967. In September 
three students entered the program. 
The seven students who have been 
awarded M.S. degrees since then are 
now employed in supervisory and 
teaching positions. The 12 students 
currently enrolled testify to the rapid 
growth and the evident need for the 
program. 

The program in patient counseling is 
the newest program in the school of 
allied health professions. Under the 

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chairmanship of the Reverend A. Pat- 
rick L. Prest, Jr., two new faculty 
members have been added, Dr. C. Roy 
Woodruff, assistant professor, and the 
Reverend Luther Mauney, instructor. 
Fifteen students entered the program 
in September, six of whom are in su- 
pervisory training and whose goal is to 
become teaching counselor-chaplains. 
The faculty in the program are work- 
ing this year on the development of a 
curriculum for submission to the grad- 
uate committee. 

The program in physical therapy has 
embarked on a new curriculum for 
1971-72. The curriculum is designed 
so that classroom material will be pre- 
sented in meaningful units rather than 
as categorized subjects under course 
titles. The student's clinical experiences 
will be planned so as to complement 
and parallel the student's academic 
training. The life span of the human 
being was chosen as the common 
thread upon which the curriculum's 
seven phases were built. Phases one 
and two comprise the first academic 
year of study, while phases three 
through seven complete the second 
year of the student's academic work. 
Because a student's clinical experiences 
are invaluable toward helping make his 



academic study come to life, each stu- 
dent will spend one-half day each week 
during the junior year and 16 weeks 
full time during the senior year, ob- 
serving, assisting with, and treating pa- 
tients. Carefully planned learning ex- 
periences will guide the student toward 
gaining the necessary confidence and 
skills essential to giving quality patient 
care. The 1971-72 academic year rep- 
resents the transitional period whereby 
35 junior students have begun the new 
curriculum, while 32 senior students 
are completing their final year on the 
more traditional curriculum. We wel- 
come Dr. Otto D. Payton as a new 
member of our faculty. As chairman 
of our graduate division, he will de- 
velop our master's program in physical 
therapy. Doctor Payton comes to us 
from the University of Maryland where 
he received his doctor's degree in cur- 
riculum and higher education and 
where he served as acting director of 
the department of physical therapy. 
The faculty and students look forward 
to a challenging and rewarding year. 

The radiologic technology associate 
degree program curriculum was re- 
vised last year and is now similar in 
structure to other paramedical dis- 
ciplines. Students are no longer ac- 



You wouldn't expect an 
investment specialist 
to practice medicine 
on the side. 

A full-time securities expert hasn't the knowledge, the skills or the time to 
take on a sideline career as a doctor. 
And vice versa. 

For his portfolio to produce maximum profit, the busy doctor needs a pro- 
fessional investment partner; one with the time and know-how needed for 
constant critical review of securities and for the physical handling of his 
holdings. 

And that's exactly what The Bank of Virginia offers through the Individual 
Investment Management Account: an investment partner for the dynamic, 
profit-minded investor who wants a flexible and aggressive approach to his 
security program. 

We'd like to tell you more about it. Write or call W. Guy Williams, Jr., Vice 
President, 800 East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia 23260; telephone (703) 
771-7475. 

ffiThe Bank of Virginia 

Member Virginia Commonwealth Bankshares 
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cepted into the program as freshmen; 
they enroll at MCV for their second 
and third years only. The VCU Aca- 
demic Division has a freshman offer- 
ing — preradiologic technology curricu- 
lum or students may obtain prerequisite 
courses at their choice of colleges. Ap- 
plication to the school of radiologic 
technology is made during the spring 
semester of the freshman year. 

Thomas C. Barker, dean 

Class News 

(Continued from page 24) 

1968 Danny L. (P) and Judy Haddock Walls 

(N'68) are living in Suffolk, Virginia. Mr. 
Walls served two years with the Navy and 
is now chief pharmacist at Louise Obici 
Hospital. Mrs. Walls completed three years 
in tie Navy and is presently a clinical in- 
structor in maternity and child nursing at 
Old Dominion University, Norfolk. 
Thomas R. Williams (P) of Williamsburg, 
Virginia, was named secretary of the Chesa- 
peake Pharmaceutical Association. 

1969 Marilyn Muller Cabral (N), her hus- 
band, Randy, and their daughter, Amy 
Heather (IVz), live in Fairborn, Ohio. Mr. 
Cabral is working on his master's degree 
at the Air Force Institute of Technology, 
Wright-Patterson AFB. His thesis will pro- 
pose possible changes in the medical corps- 
men's programs to enable these men to 
adapt to the civilian assistant-physician train- 
ing programs. He will graduate in February, 
1972. Mrs. Cabral is active in the CHAP 
(Children Have a Potential) program for 
mentally and physically handicapped chil- 
dren. She was a water director at the CHAP 
day camp this summer. 

Thomas D. Evans, Jr. (P), of Appomattox, 
Virginia, was elected treasurer of the Lynch- 
burg Pharmaceutical Association. 
Thomas A. Flax (P) of Newport News, Vir- 
ginia, was elected secretary of the Peninsula 
Pharmaceutical Association. 
Nancy L. Grizzard (PT) was married on 
July 3 to Nils C. Melkerson. The Melker- 
sons are living in Napoleon, Ohio, where 
he is employed as a supervisor of the plant 
service department, Campbell Soup Com- 
pany. 

Helen Faye Hoyle (N) is now Mrs. Michael 
Wessells and lived in Williamsburg until 
September 1. 

Summie L. Porter (P) of Richmond, Vir- 
ginia, was elected vice president of the Rich- 
mond Pharmaceutical Association. 
J. Baldwin Smith HI (M) and his wife of 
Rochester, Minnesota, announce the birth 
of their first child, John Baldwin Smith IV 
on March 8. 

P. Gary Stern (M) and his wife, Barbara, 
of Wethersfield, Connecticut, announce the 
birth of their first child, Rachel Lynne, on 
June 25. Doctor Stern has begun a fellow- 
ship in gastroenterology in the Hartford 
Hospital (Yale affiliated program). 
1970 Norris I. Boone (M) of Alexandria, 
Virginia, is now serving in the Navy sta- 
tioned at Groton, Connecticut. He plans a 
residency in internal medicine after fulfilling 
his naval obligation. 

E. Laurence Boyce, Jr. (M), of Roanoke, 
Virginia, plans to enter family practice. 
Paul C. Caldwell (M) is with the second 



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Medical Battalion at Camp Lejeune, North 
Carolina. 

Katherine J. Delk (N) left on August 30 for 
England. She will work as a staff nurse for 
six months in the burns unit, Birmingham 
Accident Hospital, Birmingham. Miss Delk 
then plans to spend six months touring 
Europe. She was formerly employed in the 
MCV burn unit. 

Peter J. Gregores (P) of Lynchburg, Vir- 
ginia, has been named secretary of the 
Lynchburg Pharmaceutical Association. 
Carolyn Virginia Gwin (N) of Richmond, 
Virginia, was married on June 20 to Joseph 
DeShazo Tatum. They will reside in Rich- 
mond. 

Stevan T. Hanna (M) of San Diego, Cali- 
fornia, is serving two years of naval duty. 
Carol Marie Horst (N) of Harrisonburg, 
Virginia, was married to Bruce Allen Wat- 
son (M'73) of Radford, Virginia, on July 
17. They will live in Richmond. 
The I ma Stokes Johnson (N) and her hus- 
band, Clifton, of Baltimore, Maryland, an- 
nounce the birth of their daughter, Antoi- 
nette Rene, on June 5. 
K. Wayne (M) and Carole Hock (N'67) 
Lainof of Wilmington, Delware, announce 
the birth of their first child, Amanda Eliza- 
beth, on March 26. Doctor Lainof is a 
pediatric resident at the Wilmington Medi- 
cal Center. 

Thomas W. Liffrell (D) of Anchorage, 
Alaska, writes: "Thanks for the work on 
diploma — new one much better!! Keep up 
the good work." 

Charles A. Maxwell (M) of Los Angeles, 
California, has begun an opthalmology resi- 
dency. 

Jethro H. Piland, Jr. (M), is serving in the 
Army in Europe, after which he expects 
to return to MCV for a residency in in- 
ternal medicine. 

Myra R. Queen (PT) was married on Au- 
gust 29, 1970, to Richie A. Ellis, Jr. They 
are living in Martin, South Carolina. 
Michael H. Rubin (M), who is stationed at 
Fort Belvoir, Virginia, plans a medical resi- 
dency. 

William F. Schrantz (M) of Alexandria, 
Virginia, will serve for one year as a flight 
surgeon. His future plans are indefinite. 
Anna Marie Fensterer Seale (N) has been 
appointed director of nursing at Virginia 
Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. Mr. Seale is a 
student in architecture at Virginia Tech. 
Michael Skolochenko (M) of Sarasota, Flor- 
ida, plans to spend three years in Germany 
with the U. S. Army and will then enter 
a family practice residency. 
1971 Mary Jo Ellis (N) was married to 
Howard Donald Kahn on August 8. The 
Kahns are residing in Richmond. 
Phyllis Anne Goodbar (P) of Lexington, Vir- 
ginia, was married on July 3 to Donald 
Allan Miller. The couple will live in Roa- 
noke. 

Stephen A. Jonas, Jr. (H.A.), is dispensary 
administrator of the U. S. Air Force Dis- 
pensary, Pease AFB, New Hampshire. He 
holds the rank of captain. 
Robert W. Klink (M) and his wife, Cecelia, 
of Newport News, Virginia, announce the 
birth of their son, Robert, Jr., on July 27. 
Mary Jo Mays (MS) has been named an 
instructor in the division of physical therapy 
at the University of Nebraska Medical Cen- 
ter, Omaha. 

Steven Mark Pollak (M) was married on 
June 12 to Thora Dee Brout. The Pollaks 
are living in Richmond. 



Charles Henry Robertson, Jr. (M), was mar- 
ried on June 12 to Jane Michael Nexsen in 
Lynchburg. The Robertsons are living in 
Dallas where Doctor Robertson is an intern 
at Parkland Memorial Hospital. 
Elizabeth Ellen Williams (N) was married 
on June 26 to Merrill Wayne Perkins (P). 
Mr. Perkins is in graduate school at MCV. 



Zest We Jorge t 

1909 (UCM) Mariana C. Cabellero (M) of 

Miami, Florida, died on June 27. Doctor 
Caballero was formerly a resident of San 
Juan, Puerto Rico, and New York City. 

1912 Elizabeth Richmond Wilkinson (N) of 
Huntington, West Virginia, died on August 
6. She was the widow of R. J. Wilkinson 
(MT2), who was a past president of the 
Alumni Association and the West Virginia 
and Southern Medical Associations. Her 
sons, Walter R. Wilkinson (M'44) and 
Robert J., Jr., who studied hospital ad- 
ministration at MCV in 1943 under Dr. 
Lewis B. Jarrett, survive her. 

1913 Frank Stoddert Johns (M) of Rich- 
mond, Virginia, died on August 11. He 
joined the staff of Johnston-Willis Hospital 
after serving his internship and was presi- 
dent and chief of surgery from 1946 until 
his retirement in 1965. Doctor Johns was a 
past president of the Hampden-Sydney Col- 
lege board of trustees, past president of 
Seaboard Air Line Railroad Surgeons Asso- 
ciation, a fellow and governor of the Ameri- 
can College of Surgeons, and former presi- 
dent of the Southern Surgical Association 
and the Tri-State Medical Association. He 
also was a member and elder emeritus of 
Second Presbyterian Church. 

1915 G. B. Davidson (D) of Mountain 
Home, Tennessee, died on July 12. He 
raised orphan children. Doctor Davidson 
was in the Secret Service and active in poli- 
tics. He volunteered five times for the Army. 
Lewis Betty Staton (M) of Richmond. Vir- 
ginia, died on June 15. He served in the 
Army Medical Corps during World War I 
and after his return opened his practice in 
Richmond. Doctor Staton retired in 1955. 

1916 James Allan Bennett (M) of Columbia, 
South Carolina, died on May 29. He prac- 
ticed general medicine at Algoma, West 
Virginia, for forty years, where he worked 
part time as director cf the general medi- 
cine clinic of the Columbia Hospital of 
Rich County for three years. During his 
years in West Virginia, Doctor Bennett was 
county health officer for twenty-three years 
and president of McDowell County Medical 
Society for one year. He was a captain in the 
Medical Corps in World War I attached to 
the Northumberland Fusilers — British Army. 

1917 Harry Easley Whaley (M) of Char- 
lottesville, Virginia, died on August 9. He 
had practiced medicine in Victoria until 
about four years ago when he suffered a 
cerebral hemorrhage. 

1922 Hildred M. Bauserman (N) died on 
August 27. She was a native of Woodstock, 
Virginia. Prior to her retirement, Mrs. Bau- 
serman had worked for the American To- 
bacco Company for thirty-five years as an 
industrial nurse. 

William Jennings Crawford (M) of Golds- 
boro, North Carolina, died on June 22, 
1970. 

1923 Dewey Boseman (D) of Wilson, North 
Carolina, died in June. 

1924 Edward P. Turner (P), who was on 
the staff of the school of pharmacy, Uni- 



versity of Georgia, at Athens, died on Au- 
gust 1. Mr. Turner had formerly lived in 
Winchester, Virginia. 

1925 Miletus Brown Jarman (M) of Hot 
Springs, Virginia, died on July 12. Doctor 
Jarman practiced at the Homestead, Hot 
Springs, Virginia, for a number of years. 
He was the medical director of the MCV 
hospitals from 1927-1929. 
David Walter McGuire (P) of Richmond, 
Virginia, died on June 26. 
1928 William F. Fitzhugh (M) of Ridgefield 
Park, New Jersey, died on July 18, 1970. 

1930 Kester St. Clair Freeman (M) of Ken- 
bridge, Virginia, died September 11. He had 
practiced there since his graduation. Doctor 
Freeman was on the staff of the Community 
Memorial Hospital, South Hill, and the 
Southside Community Hospital, Farmville. 

1931 Percy C. Spitzer (D) of Harrisonburg, 
Virginia, died on May 30. 

1933 F. Keith Bradford (M) of Houston, 
Texas, died on April 15. He had practiced 
neurosurgery in Houston since 1939. 
1937 Lendall C. Gay (M) of Washington, 
D. C, died on July 28. Doctor Gay was 
formerly night supervisor and manager of 
the emergency room and admission office 
at D. C. General Hospital. He was named 
physician of the year at Sibley Memorial 
Hospital in 1967. He was most helpful in 
organizing his class reunions. 

1939 James D. McCue, Jr. (D), of Blue- 
field, West Virginia, died on April 15. 

1940 James Earl Spargo (M) of Wheeling, 
West Virginia, died on May 24. He was the 
immediate past president of the West Vir- 
ginia Chapter, American Academy of Gen- 
eral Practice. Doctor Spargo was a past 
president of the Wheeling Hospital Board 



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of Trustees and on the staff of the Ohio 
Valley General Hospital. He was a fellow 
of the American Society of Abdominal Sur- 
geons and the American Geriatrics Society. 
1943 M John Marcus Kester (M) of Raleigh, 
North Carolina, died on December 7. He 
was employed by the North Carolina Health 
Department. Doctor Kester had also lived 
in Charlotte. 

Edith E. West (N) of Richmond, Virginia, 
died on September 6. She joined the 
faculty of the school of nursing at MCV 
in 1943 to care for student nurses. She 
began work for the student health service in 
1946 and when the student health service, 
MCV, was reorganized in 1947, she was 
made head nurse. 

1946 Daniel Ross (M) of Highland Park, 
New Jersey, died on July 31. Doctor Ross 
was a pediatrician. 

1948 Grace C. Gordon (N) died on March 
14. Mrs. Gordon, while a patient at MCV, 
spearheaded letters to Hanoi in behalf of 
the POWs. 

1964 L. Rex Collins, Jr. (D), of Greenville, 
South Carolina, was killed in an automobile 
accident on May 10. Doctor Collins was 
an oral surgeon. 

Faculty — Frank Patrick Pitts of Richmond, 
Virginia, who was emeritus professor of 
chemistry at MCV, died on August 3. Mr. 
Pitts, who joined MCV's faculty in 1927, 
was named an assistant dean of the school 
of pharmacy in 1954. Previously, he was an 
instructor in chemistry. When Mr. Pitts re- 
tired in 1965, it was estimated that he had 
taught about 90 per cent of all the living 
alumni of MCV's school of pharmacy. He 
also taught chemistry at MCV's other 
schools. During World War II, he served 
with the 45th General Hospital — staffed by 
MCV personnel— in Africa and Italy. He 
retired from the army as a lieutenant col- 
onel. 



the Panel of Nurse Consultants to the 
American Medical Association. She is 
past president of the Arizona State 
Nurses' Association and a past member 
of the American Nurses' Association's 
Committee on Nursing Practice and 
the Arizona State Board of Nursing. 
Miss Gabrielson has acted as consultant 
for the faculty and nursing service de- 
partment of the University of Kansas 
Medical Center and for WICHE Proj- 
ect Development. 

A reception at the Larrick Center 
will follow Miss Gabrielson's address. 



Student Life 

Through the generosity of the 
Alumni Association of the Medical 
College of Virginia, the special room 
set aside in the Larrick Student Center 
for piano playing now has a new pro- 
fessional model upright Steinway piano 
which has received enthusiastic praise 
from students who have been using it. 
This has taken the place of the 1909 
Grand. There is an appropriate en- 
graved brass plaque attached to the 
front of the piano indicating that this 
was presented by the Alumni Associa- 
tion of the Medical College of Virginia. 

The annual mixer for new students 
was held in the Larrick Student Center 
on September 17, 1971, with hostesses 



being provided by the student social 
committee of the school of nursing. 
The Alumni Association of MCV again 
gave the major funds for the band 
known as "Trial and Error" and the 
MCV student government supple- 
mented the cost with money from its 
social committee. It was the consensus 
that this was a fine introduction to 
MCV, and the upper-classmen who as- 
sisted felt it was the best mixer they 
had experienced. We are grateful to 
the Alumni Association for its con- 
tinuing generous expression of interest 
in the students and the student govern- 
ment for its active participation both 
personally and financially in student 
life activities. When alumni and stu- 
dents join forces in matters of mutual 
interest, this is a sign of a healthy rela- 
tionship for the good of the institution. 



Nursing Lectureship 

Miss Rosamond C. Gabrielson, ex- 
ecutive director of nursing service at 
Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, 
Arizona, will be guest speaker at the 
Medical College of Virginia's Fifth 
Annual Nursing Lectureship. Miss 
Gabrielson will lecture on innovative 
changes in nursing service at 1:30 
p.m., Friday, November 19, 1971, in 
the Larrick Center on the MCV cam- 
pus. 

The lectureship is sponsored by the 
Nursing Section of the Alumni Asso- 
ciation of the Medical College of Vir- 
ginia and the MCV School of Nursing. 
More than 400 nursing alumnae from 
MCV are expected to attend the lec- 
ture. The lecture is also open to the 
public. 

Miss Gabrielson is the current treas- 
urer of the American Nurses' Associa- 
tion, a member of the Directors of 
Nursing Service of the American Hos- 
pital Association, and is a member of 

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Charles A. Baker, president of student body; Franklin Bacon, associate dean 
and J. Gilbert Ball, president of Alumni Association. 

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