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Class of 1954 

Philadelphia College 
of Osteopathy 



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oUedlcation 



The Associated Students who have cre- 
ated and produced this SYNAPSIS 1954 
feel it would be improper to dedicate it 
to any individual or single group of indi- 
viduals. Moreover, were it not for the faith 
and trust of the Administration, the Board 
of Trustees and the many Alumni Spon- 
sors and Patrons, this publication could 
not have become a reality. Therefore, to 
these people, this first SYNAPSIS in four 
years, is respectfully dedicated. 



^ke Lydieopatnlc \yatk 

I do hereby affirm my loyalty to the profession I am about to enter. 

I will be mindful always of my great responsibility to preserve the 
health and life of my patients, to retain their confidence and respect, 
both as a physician and a friend who will guard their secrets with 
scrupulous honor and fidelity, to perform faithfully my professional 
duties, to employ only those recognized methods of treatment consistent 
with good judgment and with my skill and ability, keeping in mind always 
nature's laws and the body's inherent capacity for recovery. 

I will be ever vigilant in aiding the general welfare of the com- 
munity, sustaining its laws and institutions, not engaging in those 
practices which will in any way bring shame or discredit upon myself 
or my profession. 

I will give no deadly drugs to any, though it be asked of me. 

I will endeavor to work in accord with my colleagues in a spirit of 
progressive cooperation and never by word or by act cast imputations 
upon them or their rightful practices. 

i will look with respect and esteem upon all those who have taught 
me my art. 

To my college, I will be loyal and strive always for its best and for 
the interests of the students who will come after me. 

I will be ever alert to adhere to and develop the principles of 
Osteopathy as taught by Andrew Taylor Still. 



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BEAN 



The resumption of the publication of the SYNAPSIS is 
a source of great satisfaction to all in the P. CO. family. 
A yearbook is important as a record. It is more important, 
however, as a source book of memories. Here as the 
years go by, one will find reminders of how this faculty 
member and that student left part of himself in each of 
us and, without our being conscious of it, helped to make 
us what we are. 

An institution makes its impact through individuals and 
upon individuals. The Class of 1954, like each of its 
predecessors, has left its mark on P. CO. It is part of the 
College and the College is a part of it. And the College 
is proud to have it so. I am pleased, both personally and 
on behalf of the Collage, to congratulate each man and 
woman in the class and to wish each a happy, successful 
and proud career in Osteopathy. 



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WILLIAM BALDWIN, JR. 

A.B., M.A., D.O. 

Physiology and 

Pharmacology 



ANGUS S. CATHIE 

D.O. 

Anafomy 



executive 
faculty* . 



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EDWIN H. CRESSMAN 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 

Derma+ology and 

Syphilology 





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WILLIAM F. DAIBER 

D.O., F.A.C.O.I. 
Osfeopa+hic Medicine 



H. WALTER EVANS 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 

F.A.C.O.O.G. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 



VICTOR R. FISHER 

D.O. 
Osteopathic Medicine 



JOSEPH L HAYES 

D.O. 

Physical Therapy 



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DAVID HEILIG 

A.B., D.O. 

Principles and Techniques 



J. ERNEST LEUZINGER 

D.O., M.Sc. (Osf.), F.O.C.O. 

F.A.C.O.S. 

Otorhinolaryngology and 

Bronchoesophagology 



O. EDWIN OWEN 

B.S., M.A., D.O. 

Pathology 



JOSEPH F. PY 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 

Microbiology and 

Public Health 







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KENNETH L SENIOR 

B.S., M.S., D.Sc. 

Chemistry 



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WILLIAM S. SPAETH 

D.O., F.A.C.O.P. 

Pediatrics 




THEODORE STIEGLER, JR. 

D.O., F.A.C.O.I. 

Osteopathic Medicine 



* NOT PICTURED 

JAMES M. EATON 

D.O., F.A.C.O.S. 
Orthopedic Surgery 

PAUL T. LLOYD 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.), D.Sc. 

F.A.C.O.S. 

Radiology 

FREDERICK A. LONG 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 
Neurology and Psychiatry 



faculty 




ANTONIO ABEYTA 
B.S., F.A.C.O. 
Ophthaimology 




BLANCHE C. ALLEN 

A.B., B.S. (Ed.), D.O. 

Anatomy 




MEYER M. BELKOFF 
A.B., D.O. 
Pediatrics 




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NATHANIEL N, BERMAN 

D.O. 

Osteopathic Medicine 





WILLIAM E. BRIGLIA 

D.O. 

Proctology 



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SPENCER G. BRADFORD 

D.O. 

Physiology and Pharmacology 





SAMUEL BRINT 

D.O. 

Obstetrics 



HAROLD L. BRUNNER 
D.O. 

Allergy 





SAMUEL L. CARUSO 
A.B., D.O. 
Pediatrics 



JOHN L. CIONCI 

A.B., D.O. 

Principles and Techniques 



SAMUEL E. CIRIACO 
B.S., D.O, 

Clinic Supervisor 





DONALD E. CLARK 


MICHAEL M. COLMAN 


GEORGE H. COURT 


D.O. 


D.O. 


D.O. 


Clinic Supervisor 


Proctology 


Surgery 



faculty 



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DAVID W. CRAGG 

D.O. 

Anatomy 



H. ENRICO D'ALONZO 

D.O. 

Osteopathic Medicine 



MORRIS DEGLIN 
B.S. 

Pathology 




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ANDREW DE MASI 

D.O,, M.Sc. (Ost.l 

Pathology 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 



STANLEY DORMAN 

A.B., D.O. 

Principles and Techniques 



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LESTER EISENBERG 

A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 




LeMAR F. EISENHUT, JR. 

D.O. 

Anatomy 





NICHOLAS C. ENI 


DANIEL 1. FORD 


DEWaINE L. GEDNEY 


H. MAHLON GEHMAN 


D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 


D.O. 


D.O. 


D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 


Obstetrics and Gynecology 


Hospital Training Supervisor 


Surgery 


Ophthalmology 






ARNOLD GERBER 


FRANCIS E. GRUBER 


GEORGE H. 


GUEST 


D.O. 


D.O. 


D.O. 




Surgery (Orthopedic) 


Obstetrics and Gynecology 


Neurology and 


Psychiatry 



faculty 




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CECIL HARRIS 

D.O., F.A.C.N. 

Neurology and Psychiatry 




CHARLES A. HEMMER 
A.B., D.O. 
Anesthesia 



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ALBERT C. KETTE, JR. 

D.O. 
Osteopathic Medicine 



HENRY B. HERBST 

D.O. 

Osteopathic Medicine 





HARRr HESSDORFER 
D.O. 

Osteopathic Medicine 




HERMAN KOHN 

D.O. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 



GEORGE H. KOLaNDER 

D.O. 
Principles and Techniques 





MEYER KIRSHBAUM 

D.O. 

Physiology 



OTTO M. KURSCHNER 
A.B., D.O. 
Pediatrics 





PHILLIP M. LESSIG 

A. 8., M.A„ D.O. 

Microbiology and 

Public Health 





BRaHAM LEVIN 

A.B., D.O. 

Sorqery 



THEODORE C. LOUX 


WILBUR p. LUTZ 


D.O. 


D.O. 


Clinic Supervisor 


Osteopathic Mediclr 










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DOMINIC E. MARSICO 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 

Osteopathic Medicine 



ALPHONSO MASCIOLI 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.) 

Ophthalmology and 

Otolaryngology 



FRANK A. McGOWAN 
A.B., D.O. 
Physiology 



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J. RAYMOND McSPIRIT 

D.O. 

Clinic Supervisor 





ARNOLD MELNICK 

A.B., M.A., D.O. 

Pediatrics 



ROBERT BAYARD MILLER 
A.B., M.S. 
Anatonny 



WILLIAM G. MORRIS 

B.S., D.O. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 







HERBERT R. MOSKOW 
A.B., D.O. 
Pediatrics 



F. MUNRO PURSE 

D.O. 

Pediatrics 



JACOB B. RAPP 

D.O. 

Osteopathic Medicii 



BARBARA REDDING 

D.O. 

hlospital Training Supervisor 





EARL F. RICEMEN 

D.O., F.A.C.O.I. 

Osteopathic Medicine 



RAYMOND RUBERG 

D.O. 

Surgery 



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D.O. 

Orthopedic Surgery 



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D.O. 

Pediatrics 






THOMAS F. SANTUCCI 

D.O. 

Pediatrics 



CLYDE S. SaYLOR 

B.S., D.O. 

Principles and Techniqu 



JOHN H. SCHALL, jr. 
A.B., D.O. 
Chemistry 








TOBIAS SHILD 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost. 

Pathology 



JOHN W. SHEETZ. JR. 
D.O.. M.Sc. (Ost.) 
Otorhinolaryngology 






HARTLEY R. STEINSNYDER 

D.O., M.Sc (Ost.) 

Urology 






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H. WILLARD STERRETT, JR. 

D.O. 

Urology 



CARLTON STREET 

D.O.. M.Sc. (Ost.j, F.A.C.O.S. 

Surgery 



WARREN H. SWENSON 

D.O. 

Surgery 



GEORGE W. TAPPER 

D.O. 
Osteopathic Medicine 




NICHOLAS D. TRETTA 

B.S.. D.O. 

Principles and Techniques 



ENRIQUE G. VERGARA 
A.B., D.O. 
Proctology 



SIDNEY M. WEITBERG 

A.B., D.O. 

Clinic Supervisor 



faculty 




BERNARD WITLIN 

A.B., M.S., D.Sc, F.A.A.A.S. 

F.A.P.H.A. 

Microbiology and 

Public Health 



GALEN S. YOUNG 

D.O., D.Sc, 

Surgery 




ARTHUR M. FLACK, JR. 

A.B., D.O., F.A.C.O.S. 

Surgery 



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PAUL S. YOUNG 

D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.l 

Surgery 



FRANK E. ZINDEL 

B.S., D.O. 
Clinic Supervisor 





ARNOLD WECHSLER, D.O. 
Obstetrics 



1953-1954 




WALTER UNDERWOOD, D.O. 
Anesthesiology 



/Qeiident 






WALTER SCHWARTZ, D.O. 
Internal Medicine 




JOHN FRANK, D.O. 
Surgery 



JOHN BURNS, D.O. 
Anesthesiology 



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gUENTIN R. FLICKINSER, D.O 
Radiology 






HENRY D'ALONZO, D.C 
Surgery 



JAY ADAMS, D.O 
Pediatrics 



1953-1954 



NORMAN CASSETT, D.O. 
Internal Medicine 




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EDWARD CROWELL, D.O. 
Internal Medicine 



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ROBERT FRIEDMAN, D.O 
Surgery 




ALVIN ROSEN, D.O. 




GEORGE PARSONS, D.O. 



2/ntetn 




ROBERT ZWEIBEL, D.O. 






SANFORD PAUL, D.O. 



ROBERT PHELPS, D.O. 



SEYMOUR GUYER, D.O. 





PHILIP BRICK, D.O. 



JOSEPH ROMEO, D.O. 



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MORTON SILVER, D.O. 



1953-1954 



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SAMUEL MANIN, D.O. 



GUSTAVE CONTI, D.O. 



WILLIAM BILLINGS, D.O. 




SIDNEY FISHBEIN, D.O. 



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JOHN PELLOSIE, D.O. 





FRANCIS WHEELER, D.O. 



FREDERICK KURN, D.O. 




1953 - 1954 



MILTON DANON, D.O. 



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JOSEPH FRESOLONE D.O. 




Thomas I III. fKowland, Ar. 

Registrar 



Mr. Rowland has been the college Registrar 
since May, 1950. hie is a graduate of Temple Uni- 
versity, where he earned his B.S. degree. Prior to 
becoming the Registrar here, he worked in the 
Registrar's Office at Temple University and also was 
associated with the Insurance Company of North 
America. As the Registrar of the Philadelphia Col- 
lege of Osteopathy, he has frequently given freely 
of his evening and weekend time to curricular and 
extra-curricular interests of the college. His forth- 
right honesty and sincere understanding uniquely 
equip him for his sometimes trying task as college 
Registrar. 




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5fiitaD£L|3WA tmmt 




SENIOR CILA 




seniors 




KARL E. FALDON from Gloucester, New Jersey; 
who received his A.B. from Anderson College; for 
three of our four years has been our assiduous class 
president and in this capacity has shown an unre- 
mitting diligence; to intern at the Osteopathic Hos- 
pital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 
and then to general practice . . . 




SENIOR CLASS AT THE TIME OF MATRICULATION 



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seniors 




... and LOUIS AMALFITANO from Wilmington, 
Delaware: who received his B.S. from The Unlversl+y 
of Maryland; a member of lota Tau Sigma frater- 
nity; to Intern at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital, 
Detroit, Michigan; and then to general practice . . . 



... and ARCHIE B. ATTARIAN from Brooklyn, New 
York; who attended St. Francis College and New 
York University; to intern at Detroit Osteopathic 
Hospital, Detroit, Michigan; and then to general 
practice . . . 






... and RICHARD D. BACHRACH from New York, 
New York; who received his B.S. from the University 
of Oklahoma; a member of Sigma Alpha Mu and 
Lambda Omlcron Gamma fraternities; to Intern at 
the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; and then to specialty prac- 
tice In neuropsychiatry . . . 



... and G. GEORGE BAUMGAERTEL, JR. from 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. 
degree from Albright College; a member of Alpha 
PI Omega and lota Tau Sigma fraternities; to intern 
at the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania: and then to general practice 
In Pennsylvania or New Jersey . . . 



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... and ROBERT LEE BENTZ from Charleroi, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. fronn Waynesburg 
College; a member of Kappa Sigma Kappa and 
Phi Sigma Gamma fraternities; to intern at Bay View 
hHospital, Bay Village, Ohio; and then to general 
practice . . . 



... and SYDNEY BERKOWITZ from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from La Salle 
College; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at Metropolitan Hospital, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general practice 
in Southern New Jersey . . . 





... and DONALD E. BRAUNLICH from Stow, 
Ohio; received his B.S. from Kent State University; 
a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; to intern 
at Bay View hlospital, Bay Village, Ohio; and then to 
general practice in Cleveland, Ohio . . . 



... and WILLIAM C. BRYERS from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from St. Joseph's 
College; a member of lota Tau Sigma fraternity; to 
intern at Massachusetts Osteopathic Hospital, 
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts; and then to general 
practice . . . 




seniors 



... and GEORGE E. BUCK, JR. from Johnstown 
Pennsylvania; attended the University of Pittsburgh 
and Pennsylvania State College; a member of Phi 
Sigma Gamma fraternity; to intern at Bashline- 
Rossman Hospital, Grove City, Pennsylvania; and 
then to general practice . . . 



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... and RODERICK C. CANNATELLA from Brook- 
lyn, New York; who received his A.B. from hlobart 
College; a member of Alpha Pi Omega and lota 
Tau Sigma fraternities; to intern at Art Centre Hos- 
pital, Detroit, N/lichigan; and then to general 
practice . . . 



... and JOHN CARIS from Old Orchard Beach, 
Maine; who received his A.B. from The University 
of New Hampshire; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at Flint General Hospital, Flint, 
Michigan; and then to general practice . . . 





... and RICHARD K. CHAMBERS, JR., from 
Reading, Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from 
Albright College; a member of Pi Tau Beta and Phi 
Sigma Gamma fraternities; to intern at Lancaster 
Osteopathic Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; and 
then to general practice . . . 



seniors 



seniors 



... and JORDAN B. COLLETTA from Drexel Hill, 
Pennsylvania; who attended La Salle College; a 
mennber of lota Tau Sigma fraternity; to intern at 
Farrow Osteopathic Hospital, Erie, Pennsylvania; 
and then to general practice . . . 





... and GLENN E. COOK from Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from The University 
of Dayton; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma frater- 
nity; to intern at Grandview Hospital. Dayton, 
Ohio; and then to general practice . . . 



... and RICHARD MUNRO COUCH from Troy, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from Harvard 
University; a member of Hasty Pudding Club and 
lota Tau Sigma fraternity; to intern at the Osteo- 
pathic Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; and then to general practice . . . 





... and JOHN F. CURRERI from West Collings- 
wood. New Jersey; who attended Pennsylvania 
Military College and Muhlenberg College; a mem- 
ber of lota Tau Sigma fraternity; to intern at Des 
Moines Still Osteopathic Hospital, Des Moines, 
Iowa; and then to general practice in New Jersey . . 



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seniors 




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and JOHN J. DAMIANI from Rochester, New 

York; who received his B.S. from Ithaca College; 
a member of Atlas fraternity; to intern at Erie 
Osteopathic Hospital, Erie, Pennsylvania; and then 
to general practice in Rochester, New York . . . 



... and ROBERT B. DAVIES from West Leesport, 
Pennsylvania; who attended Albright College, 
Dickinson College and U. S. Naval Medical School; 
a member of Atlas fraternity; to intern at Allentown 
Osteopathic Hospital, Allentown, Pennsylvania; and 
then to general practice in Berks County, Penn- 
sylvania . . . 





... and JOHN DePRISCO from Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from Villanova Col- 
lege; a member of lota Tau Sigma fraternity; to 
Intern at the Allentown Osteopathic Hospital, Allen- 
town, Pennsylvania; and then to general practice in 
Pennsylvania . . . 




... and WILLIAM HENRY DICKERSON from 
Newtonville, Massachusetts; who received his B.S. 
from Providence College; a member of Atlas fra- 
ternity; to Intern at Massachusetts Osteopathic 
Hospital, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts; and then 
to general practice In New Jersey . . . 



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... and ALBERT G. EDINGER. JR., from Los 
Angeles, California; who received his B.S. from 
George Pepperdine College; a member of Sigma 
Delta Phi and lota Tau Sigma fraternities; to intern 
at Zieger Osteopathic hlospital, Detroit, Michigan; 
and then to general practice in Los Angeles, 
California . . . 



. . . and H. JAMES ELVIN from Tamaqua, Pennsyl- 
vania; who received his B.S. from Dickinson Col- 
lege; a member of Alpha Chi Pi fraternity; to 
intern at Lancaster Osteopathic hlospital, Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania; and then to general practice . . . 





... and KATHERINE M. ENGLAND from Oaklyn, 
New Jersey; who received her A.B. from Houghton 
College; a member of the Junior Woman's Osteo- 
pathic Society; to intern at the Osteopathic hlos- 
pital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and 
then to general practice . . . 



. . . and PHILIP K. EVANS from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from Swarth- 
more College; to intern at the Osteopathic Hospital 
of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then 
to general practice in suburban Philadelphia . . . 



seniors 




... and THOMAS J. FARLEY from Hun+lng+on, 
West Virginia; who received his B.S. from Marshall 
College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; 
to intern at West Side Osteopathic hlospltal of 
York, York, Pennsylvania; and then to general prac- 
tice in Pennsylvania or West Virginia . . . 





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... and RICHARD S. FASNACHT from Cranford, 
New Jersey; who attended Drew University and 
Upsala College; a member of the Atlas fraternity; 
to intern at Portland Osteopathic Hospital, Port- 
land, Oregon; and then to general practice . . . 



. . . and EMIL M. FELSKI from Waynesburg, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from Waynesburg 
College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; 
to intern at "Bay View Osteopathic Hospital, Bay 
Village, Ohio; and then to general practice . . . 





... and JOHN J. FLAHERTY from Bala Cynwyd, 
Pennsylvania; who attended La Salle College; to 
Intern at Lancaster Osteopathic Hospital, Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania; and then to general practice. 



seniors 



seniors 



... and ROBERT MIDDLETON FRAZIER, JR. from 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. 
from Lincoln University; a member of Alpha Phi 
Alpha and Lambda Omicron Gamma fraternities; 
to intern at Crown hielghts Hospital, Brooklyn, 
New York; and then to enter into general practice. 





... and EARL A. GABRIEL from Allentown, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from Muhlenberg 
College; a member of Phi Epsilon Pi and Lambda 
Omicron Gamma fraternities; to intern at Allentown 
Osteopathic Hospital, Allentown, Pennsylvania; and 
then to specialty practice in surgery in Allentown, 
Pennsylvania . . . 



... and JOHN J. GILLISAN from Havertown, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from Gettys- 
burg College; a member of Phi Gamma Delta and 
Phi Sigma Gamma fraternities; to intern at the 
Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; and then to general practice In 
Philadelphia . . . 





... and JAMES J. GIULIANI from Wllllamsport, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from The Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh; a member of Phi Sigma 
Gamma fraternity; to Intern at Civic Center Hos- 
pital, Oakland, California; and then to general 
practice ... 



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seniors 




... and J.. WARREN GLIDDEN from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from St. Joseph's 
College; to intern at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital, 
Detroit, Michigan; and then to general practice in 
Colorado . . . 



... and IRVING L GOLDENBERG from Philadel- 
phia, Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from 
Ursinus College; a member of Lambda Omicron 
Gamma fraternity; to intern at the Osteopathic 
Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 
and then to general practice . . . 





. . . and ROBERT ANDERSON GREEN from 
Ventnor City, New Jersey; who received his A.B. 
from Drew University; to intern at Northwest Hos- 
pital, Miami, Florida; and then to general practice 
in Florida or The Virgin Islands . . . 



. . . and JEROME GREENHOLZ from Brooklyn, 
New York; who received his A.B. from Hobart 
College; a member of Phi Phi Delta and Lambda 
Omicron Gamma fraternities; to intern at Rocky 
Mountain Osteopathic Hospital, Denver, Colorado; 
and then to general practice. 




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Miss Ramey at her desk !n 
Hie clinic. 



The pathology technicians 
are ever busy. 



Dr. Senior "at his post." 



Dr. and Mrs. Osattin, 
our competent pathology 
team. 



Dr. Owens prepares his 
notes at conference. 



Dr. Lloyd discusses a radi- 
ologic problem at Tumor 
Conference. 



Drs. Redding and Tapper 
confer. 



Dr. hiessdorfer discusses a 
clinic problem. 



Mrs. "Mac" and Mrs. 
Powell strike a familiar 
pose. 



The hospital technicians 
relax for morning coffee. 





Seniors check hats and 
coats In locker roonn. 



Classes are over . . . but 
the studying continues. 



Externes pose at the 
chart desk during a free 
moment. 



Clinic corridors are clear 
early in the morning and 
late in afternoon. 



Main corridor at the 48th 
St. Clinic bristles with 
activity. 



Seniors pay apt attention 
to lecture in the morning. 



* Classmates consult bulle- 

\ -^ tin board for clinic 



notices. 



At times extern duties 
may detain seniors 
through the dinner hour. 



Dr. Hessdorfer illustrates 
the osteopathic aspects of 
case at conference. 



Senior program is dis- 
cussed on TV tour by 
Jerry Scharf. 



m^pwsw 





... and JEROME A. GREENSPAN from Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; who received his D.S.C. from 
Temple Unlverslfy; a member of Lambda Omlcron 
Gamma fraternity; to intern at Metropolitan Hos- 
pital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice . . . 



... and MARIO N. GRIMALDI from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from La Salle 
College; a member of lota Tau Sigma fraternity; 
to Intern at Rivervlew Osteopathic Hospital, 
Norristown, Pennsylvania; and then to general prac- 
tice in Norristown, Pennsylvania . . . 





... and TERRENCE FREDRICK HALL from 
Williamsville, New York; who received his B.S. from 
Purdue University; a member of Theta Chi and 
Atlas fraternities; to intern at Victory Hospital, 
North Hollywood, California; and then to general 
practice . . . 



... and HOWARD L. HAUSHER from Clifton 
Heights, Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from 
Urslnus College; a member of the Atlas fraternity; 
to intern at the Osteopathic Hospital of Harrisburg, 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice . . . 



seniors 




... and OWEN I. HENRY from New Berlinville, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from Albright 
College; a member of the Atlas fraternity; to Intern 
at Grandview Hospital, Dayton, Ohio; and then to 
general practice . . . 





... and H. BRIAN HERDEG from Buffalo, New 
York; who attended Paul Smith's College of Arts 
and Science, Canlsius College and The University of 
Buffalo; a member of Theta Chi and Atlas fraterni- 
ties; to intern at Burbank Hospital, Burbank, Cali- 
fornia; and then to general practice in Buffalo, 
New York . . . 



... and JAMES ROBERT HILL from Morrisville, 
Pennsylvania; who attended Milwaukee State 
Teacher's College; a member of lota Tau Sigma 
fraternity; to intern at West Side Osteopathic 
Hospital of York, York, Pennsylvania; and then to 
general practice . . . 





. . . and JOSEPH VINCENT HUFFNASLE from 
Haddonfield, New Jersey; who received his A.B. 
from La Salle College; a member of the Atlas 
fraternity; to intern at The Osteopathic Hospital of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then 
to general practice in the Philadelphia area . . . 



seniors 



seniors 



... and RAYMOND H. JOHNS from Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from Franklin 
and Marshall College; a member of Sigma Pi and 
Phi Sigma Gamma fraternities; to intern at Lan- 
caster Osteopathic hlospital. Lancaster, Pennsyl- 
vania; and fhen to general practice in Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania . . . 





... and ROBERT J. KANE from Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from Villanova Col- 
lege; to intern at Lancaster Osteopathic hfospital, 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice . . . 



... and ROBERT KAPLAN from Oaklyn, New 
Jersey; who received his A.B. from Temple Univer- 
sity; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma fra- 
ternity; to intern at Metropolitan hfospital, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general practice 
in New Jersey . . . 





... and THEODORE M. KELLOGG, JR. from 
Southwick, Massachusetts; who received his A.B. 
from The American International College; a mem- 
ber of the Atlas fraternity; to intern at Allentown 
Osteopathic Hospital, Allentown, Pennsylvania; and 
then to general practice in Westfield, Massachusetts 



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seniors 




... and HAROLD I. KRAMAN from Brooklyn, New 
York; who received his A.B. fronn New York Univer- 
sity; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma fra- 
ternity; to intern at Art Centre Hospital, Detroit, 
Michigan; and then to general practice . . . 



... and GEORGE VERNON KROLL from Bloom- 
field, New Jersey; who received his A.B. from 
Rutgers University; to intern at Lamb Memorial 
Hospital, Denver, Colorado; and then to general 
practice in Denver, Colorado . . . 





... and PHILIP H. LEBOVITZ from Chester, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from The City 
College of New York and his M.A. from Columbia 
University; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at The Osteopathic Hospital 
of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then 
to general practice in Philadelphia . . . 



... and JOHN L LEZINSKI from Bayonne, New 
Jersey; who received his B.S. from Wagner College; 
a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; to 
intern at Grand Rapids Osteopathic Hospital, 
Grand Rapids, Michigan; and then to general 
practice in Florida . . . 



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... and WILLIAM M. LICKFIELD from Merchant- 
ville, New Jersey; who received his B.S. from 
Muhlenberg College; a member of Sigma Phi 
Epsilon and Phi Sigma Gamma fraternities; to intern 
at The Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general practice. 



... and THEODORE A. LILJESTRAND from Cald- 
well, New Jersey; who received his A.B. from 
Upsala College; a member of lota-Tau Sigma fra- 
ternity; to intern at the Osteopathic hlospital of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then 
to general practice in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. 





... and ALLAN J. LINDSAY from Providence, 
Rhode Island; who received his A.B. from Brown 
University; to intern at the Osteopathic General 
Hospital of Rhode Island, Cranston, Rhode Island; 
and then' to general practice . . . 



... and ROBERT F. MacLEOD from Roslindale, 
Massachusetts; who attended Boston University; 
to Intern at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital, Detroit, 
Michigan; and then to general practice In Colorado. 



seniors 




... and GEORGE D. MARVIL, JR.. from Darby, 
Pennsylvania; who attended Franklin and Marshall 
College: a member of Phi Kappa Psi and lota Tau 
Sigma Fraternities; to Intern at the Osteopathic 
Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 
and then to specialty practice in psychiatry . . . 




... and WALTER A. McCOOL from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from La Salle 
College; a member of Sigma Beta Kappa and Phi 
Sigma Gamma fraternities; to intern at Riverview 
Osteopathic hlospital, Norristown, Pennsylvania; and 
then to general practice In Philadelphia . . . 



... and WILLIAM G. McDowell from Grove 
City Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from Grove 
City College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma Fra- 
ternity; to Intern at Bashline-Rossman Osteopathic 
Hospital, Grove City, Pennsylvania; and then to 
general practice In Sharon, Pennsylvania . . . 





... and EDGAR S. MILLER from North Hills, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from The University 
of Pennsylvania; a member of Beta Theta Pi and Phi 
Sigma Gamma fraternities; to Intern at Massa- 
chusetts Osteopathic Hospital, Jamaica Plain, 
Massachusetts; and then to general practice In 
Delaware County, Pennsylvania . . . 



seniors 



seniors 



... and PATRICK W. O'KEEFFE from Brooklyn, 
New York; who received his B.S. and M.S. from 
St. John's University; a member of Pi Alpha Sigma 
and lota Tau Sigma fraternities; to intern at Lamb 
Memorial Hospital, Denver, Colorado; and then 
to general practice In Denver, Colorado . . . 





... and EDWARD M. PHILLIPS from Wilmington, 
Delaware; who received his A.B. from Lafayette 
College; a member of Phi Gamma Delta and Phi 
Sigma Gamma fraternities; to intern at the Osteo- 
pathic Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; and then to general practice in Wilming- 
ton, Delaware . . . 



... and ABRAHAM LEONARD PRICE from 
Camden, New Jersey; who received his A.B. from 
The University of Pennsylvania; a member of 
Lambda Omicron Gamma Fraternity; to Intern at 
Metropolitan Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 
and then to general practice In New Jersey or 
Pennsylvania . . . 





... and CLAYTON R. ROBERTS from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who attended La Salle College, a 
member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; to intern 
at Rivervlew Osteopathic Hospital, Norrlstown, 
Pennsylvania; and then to general practice In 
Roxborough, Pennsylvania . . . 



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seniors 




... and ROBERT G. ROTHBERG from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from Temple 
University; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at Metropolitan Hospital, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general practice 
in South Philadelphia . . . 



... and NORMAN C. RUDOLPH from Erie, Penn- 
sylvania; who received his B.S. from Westminster 
College; a member of Sigma Nu and Phi Sigma 
Gamma fraternities; to intern at Erie Osteopathic 
hlospital, Erie, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice in Erie, Pennsylvania . . . 





... and SIDNEY RUSSAK from Paterson, New 
Jersey; who received his A.B. from Rutgers Uni- 
versity; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at Maywood Hospital, May- 
wood California; and then to general practice . . . 



... and SAMUEL SANTASPIRT from Reading, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from Albright 
College; a member of Alpha Pi Omega and lota 
Tau Sigma fraternities; to intern at Lancaster Osteo- 
pathic Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; and then 
to general practice In Reading, Pennsylvania . . . 



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r^ 



-^^ 



Mrs. Frances Beisel, libra- 
rian, friend and proprie- 
tress of the boolt store. 



Dr. Arthur Flack, Jr. ab- 
sorbed in a pneumon- 
ectomy. 



"Miss Ramey, where are 
the tuberculin syringes?" 



"THE WISE MEN" at 
conference level. 



"Didn't special clinics start 
yet?" 



Dr. Karl Faldon prescrib- 
ing a fishing trip. 



"When will E.N.T. Clinic 
begin?" 



". . . and then I said to 
the Pediatrician . . ." 



Mr. Rose, Drs. Muggier 
and Billings at mid-day 
repast. 



Drs. Sterrett and Frank 
getting their heads to- 
gether. 





Ex+ernes at 48th St. Clinic 
entrance plan a meeting. 



Lunchtime relaxation at 
North Center's Dining 
Room- 



Students confer over a 
problem patient. 



Consultation at the chart 
desk. 



enior student on surgical 
service at North Center 
ospital. 



Senior Class President 
speaks into TV camera. 



Senior students consult 
clinic files for information. 




Students confer over case 
at the doctors' desk. 



Patients waiting in the 
newly renovated 48th St. 
clinic. 



Senior student called out 
on home delivery. 





... and WILLIAM F. SAPONARO from Dunmore, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from La Salle 
College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; 
to intern at the Osteopathic hlospital of Philadel- 
phia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then to gen- 
eral practice . . . 



... and GERALD SCHARF from New York City, 
New York; who received his A.B. from New York 
University; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at Metropolitan Hospital, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general practice. 





... and ALBERT P. SCHARTEL, JR., from Reading, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from Albright 
College; a member of lota Tau Sigma fraternity; to 
intern at Lancaster Osteopathic hlospital, Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania; and then to general practice in 
Reading, Pennsylvania ... 



... and THOMAS C. SCOTT from St. Albans, New 
York; who received his A.B. from Hofstra College; 
a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; ' to 
Intern at the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice In Pennsylvania or New Jersey . . . 



seniors 




... and DONALD E. SHERIDAN, JR., from Ufica, 
New York; who received his B.S. from Niagara 
University; plans to enter into general practice in 
Utica, New York . . . 





... and JOHN CHRISTOPHER SMITH from Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from 
La Salle College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at RIverview Osteopathic Hos- 
pital, Norristown, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice . . . 



... and LLOYD G. SMITH from Detroit, Michigan; 
who attended Michigan State Colleqe: to intern 
at Northwest Hospital, Miami, Florida; and then 
to general practice in Florida . . . 





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... and MEYER R.. SONNEBORN from Wheelinq, 
West Virqinia; who received his B.S. and M.S. 
from Wofford College; a member of Alpha Sigma 
Phr fraternitv; to Intern at Bashllne-Rossman Osteo- 
pathic Hospital, Grove City, Pennsylvania; and then 
to general practice In Wheeling, West Virginia . . . 



seniors 



seniors 



... and RICHARD JAMES STARK from Marietta, 
Pennsvlvania: who received his B.S. from Elizabeth- 
town College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fra- 
ternity; to intern at Lancaster Osteopathic Hospital, 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 'and then to general prac- 
tice in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania . . . 





... and JOSEPH E. STEELMAN from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from La Salle 
College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; 
to intern at West Side Osteopathic Hospital of 
York, York, Pennsylvania; and then to general prac- 
tice in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . . . 



. . . and LEO STEIN from Cranston, Rhode Island; 
who received his A.B. from Brown University; to 
intern at Osteopathic General Hospital of Rhode 
Island, Cranston, Rhode Island; and then to general 
practice in Rhode Island . . . 





... and PAUL M. STEINGARD from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from Pennsyl- 
vania State College; a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi 
and Lambda Omicron Gamma fraternities; to 
Intern at Metropolitan Hospital, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; and then to specialty practice in 
cardiology In Philadelphia . . . 



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seniors 




... and WYNNE ALAN STEINSNYDER from Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. fronn 
the University of Pennsylvania; a member of Kappa 
Nu and Lambda Omicron Gamma fraternities; to 
Intern at the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice In Philadelphia . . . 



. . . and CURTIS B. STRAUSBAUGH from York, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from Gettys- 
burg College; a member of Tau Kappa Epsllon and 
lota Tau Sigma fraternities; to intern at West Side 
Osteopathic Hospital of York, York, Pennsylvania; 
and then to general practice In York, Pennsylvania . . 





... and ANTHONY SZYMANSKI from Detroit, 
Michigan; who received his A.B. from Wayne Uni- 
versity; a member of the Atlas fraternity; to Intern 
at BIscayne Hospital, Miami, Florida; and then to 
general practice In Florida . . . 



... and HAROLD TEPLITZ from Brooklyn, New 
York; who received his A.B. from New York Univer- 
sity; a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma fra- 
ternity; to intern at Crown Heights Hospital, 
Brooklyn, New York; and then to general practice . . 




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... and DUANE H. TUCKER from Kenmore, New 
York: who received his B.S. from The St. Lawrence 
University; a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and 
Atlas fraternities; to intern at Northwest Hospital, 
Miami, Florida; and then to general practice in 
Kenmore, New York . . . 



. . . and WILLIAM ALLEN VISCONTI, JR., from 
hloboken. New Jersey; who received his B.S. from 
St. Peter's College and M.A. from Seton hiall 
University; a member of the Atlas fraternity; to 
intern at Art Centre Osteopathic hlospltal, Detroit, 
Michigan; and then to general practice in hloboken. 
New Jersey . . . 





... and GERALD L. WEAVER from Manheim, 
Pennsylvania; who received his B.S. from Elizabeth- 
town College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma 
fraternity; to intern at the Osteopathic hlospital of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then 
to specialty practice in surgery . . . 



... and RICHMAN G. WEAVER from Absecon, 
New Jersey; who received his A.B. from the Uni- 
versity of Vermont; a member of lota Tau Sigma 
fraternity; to intern at West Side Osteopathic Hos- 
pital of York, York, Pennsylvania; and then to gen- 
eral practice . . . 



seniors 




... and STANLEY WEINSTOCK from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania; a member of Lambda 
Omicron Gamma fraternity; plans to enter into 
general practice . . . 



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. . . and JOHN A. WHYTE from Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who received his A.B. from La Salle 
College; a member of Phi Sigma Gamma fraternity; 
to Intern at the Osteopathic hlospital of Philadel- 
phia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and then to general 
practice In Philadelphia . . . 



... and THOMAS P. WOODWARD from Wash- 
ington, D. C; who received his B.S. from George 
Washington University; to Intern at South Bend 
Osteopathic Hospital, South Bend, Indiana; and 
then to general practice . . . 



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... and EDWARD ZIMMERMAN of Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania; who attended the University of Penn- 
sylvania and Temple University; a member of 
Lambda Omicron Gamma fraternity; to intern at 
and then to general practice In Philadelphia 



seniors 



^ntet^ndklp .^Appointments 1954 - 55 



ALLENTOWN OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 
ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

DePrisco Gabriel Kellogg 



MASSACHUSETTS OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 
JAMAICA PLAIN, MASSACHUSEHS 
; Miller DIclerson 



ART CENTRE HOSPITAL, DETROIT, MICHIGAN 
Cannatella Kraman VIscontI 

BASHLINE-ROSSMAN OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

GROVE CITY, PENNSYLVANIA 

Buck McDowell Sonneborn 



METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 



Berltowi+z 
Greenspan 
Kaplan 
Price 



Rothberg 
Scharf 
Steingard 
Zimmerman 



BAY VIEVv- OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

BAY VILLAGE, OHIO 

Braunlich 

BISCAYNE HOSPITAL, MIAMI, FLORIDA 
Szymanski 



Felski 



NORTHWEST HOSPITAL, MIAMI, FLORIDA 
Green Smith, L. Tucker 

OSTEOPATHIC GENERAL HOSPITAL OF RHODE 
ISLAND, CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 
Lindsay Stetn 



BURBANK HOSPITAL, BURBANK, CALIFORNIA 
Herdeg 

CIVIC CENTER HOSPITAL, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 
Giuliani 

CROWN HEIGHTS HOSPITAL, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 
Frazier Sheridan Teplitz Weinstock 

DES MOINES GENERAL HOSPITAL DES MOINES. IOWA 
Curreri 

DETROIT OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, DETROIT, MICHIGAN 
Amalfi+ano Attarian Glidden MacLeod 

ERIE OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA 
Damiani Rudolph 

FARROW HOSPITAL, INC., ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA 
Colletta 

FLINT GENERAL HOSPITAL, FLINT, MICHIGAN 
Caris 

GRAND RAPIDS OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN 

Lezinski 

GRANDVIEW HOSPITAL, DAYTON, OHIO 
Cook Henry 

LANCASTER OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 



Kane 

Santaspirt 
Schar+el 
Sfark 



Chambers 
Elvin 
Flaherty 
Johns 



OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL OF HARRISBURG 
HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 

Hausher 

OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 



Bachrach 

Baumgaertel 

Couch 

England 

Evans 

Faldon 

Gilligan 

Goldenberg 

Huffnagle 



Whyte 



Lebovltz 

LickfTeld 

Llljestrand 

Marvil 

Phillips 

Saponaro 

Scott 

Stelnsnyder 

Weaver, G. 



MAYWOOD HOSPITAL, MAYWOOD, CALIFORNIA 
Russak 



PORTLAND OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

PORTLAND, OREGON 

Fasnacht 

RIVERVIEW OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

NORRISTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Grimaldi McCool Roberts Smith, J. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

DENVER, COLORADO 

Greenholz 

SOUTH BEND OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA 

Woodward 

VICTORY HOSPITAL 

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA 

Hall 

WEST SIDE OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL OF YORK 

YORK, PENNSYLVANIA 

Farley Hill Steelman Strausbaugh Weaver, R. 

ZIEGER OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN 

Edinger 



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JUNIOR CILA 






LLOYD T. ACHENBUCH JR. JOHN W. BARNARD III 
Atlas Atlas 



THOMAS BARNEH FRANK PHILMORE BASKIN 

Atlas Lambda Omicron Gamma 







n 



ROBERT P. BASS JR. PAUL L. BERNHARDT HARRIS BLUMBERG LEE JOSEPH BOWDEN 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 




JOHN C. BRADFORD JR. 
Atlas 




\ 



DINO L. CAROZZA 
Phi Sigma Gamma 





CHARLES L. CARR ARTHUR R. CHARNOV 

Phi Sigma Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma 







VINCENT L. COLETTA 
lota Tau Sigma 



ANDREW P. CORCORAN LOUIS J. D'ALESSANDRO 
Atlas lota Tau Sigma 



WILLIAM F. DOUCE 



uniors 




o 



RONALD B. FERRIS 
Lambda OmJcron Gamma 



CARL FISCHER JR. 






CHARLES W. FOX 



WALTER A. FOX 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



HOWARD S. FRIEDMAN GEORGE W. PRISON JR. 
Lambda Omicron Gamma Atlas 




SIDNEY A. FOGEL PAUL T. FORTUNIA 

Lambda Omicron Gamma lota Tau Sigma 







MARTIN GARFINKEL 
Lambda Omicron Gamma 



ALBERT GRAYCE 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



^^ 



ROBERT E. HALLINGER DONALD JAY HARMAN 

Ph! Sigma Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma 







K 





G. RICHARD HARTZ 
Atlas 



JOSEPH A. HEMPSEY GEORGE E. HENKEL JR. GORDON L. HILLEGAS 

Atlas 



juniors 





o 




NORMAN H. ILOWITE DONALD N. JOHNSON MARVIN A. KAPLAN DAVID KERNIS 

Phi Sigma Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma 





DONALD KLEIN JOHN ANDREW KLINE 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Atlas 



ROBERT KOPRINCE 



LOUIS M. LAZAROU 
Lambda Omicron Gamma 




RICHARD E. LENOX 
Phi Sigma Gamma 




HOWARD S. LUBIN 
Lambda Omicron Gamrr 



JAMES R. LUCIE 
Atlas 



JOHN S. MALTA 
Phi Sigma Gamma 







BERT A. MANDEL 
Lambda Omicron Gam 



JOHN IRVIN MANN 



JOSEPH A. MAXIAN 
Atlas 



DAVID B. McCLAIN 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



juniors 



D 



WILLIAM D. MITCHELL 
Atlas 










h 



DAVID M. MOLL JOSEPH L. MUSCARELLA CHARLES R. NEWKAM 

Atlas Atlas Phi Sigma Gamma 





' f 



k 



ROBERT W. PATTON ALBERT L PEARSON JR. FRANK P. PETTINELLI 

Atlas 



THOMAS W. PIERCE 





o o 



WILLIAM J. POUNDS JAMES POWELL SIDNEY R. RENTE JR. RAYMOND S. SCHOLL 

lota Tau Sigma Phi Sigma Gamma 






rs 



EDMUND S. SCOTT NORBERT L. SILPE 

Phi Sigma Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamr 



JAMES W. SMITH 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



JAMES P. SOULGES 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



uniors 




Our "home" for 6184 

hours. 



The junior class will soon 
advance in this direction. 



Dr. Heilig lectures on ap- 
plied structural dynamics. 



The junior class "In 
Colleglo." 



HOSPITAL 



Dr. Owens during path- 
ology lecture. 



"Take a deep breath and 
let it all out." 



Dr. Clarence Baldwin dis- 
cusses the hematological 
aspects of practice. 



Saturday morning surgery 
as viewed from the amphi- 
theatre. 



A familiar evening scene. 



"Clinic days are enlight- a 
ening days." 





The College entrance on 
ll 48fh Street. 



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Entrance to our clinic on 
20th Street. 







X^,5 North Center Hospital's 
\ nurses residence. 



Our clinical entrance on 
48th Street. 



Our Corner" . . . 48th 
and Spruce. 



Following the dedication 
in 1951, our total bed 
capacity exceeded 400. 



"I'll have the doctor call 
you the moment he 



O.H.P.'s main entrance on 
48th Street. 



Looking north on 20th 
Street. 



North Center's main en- 
trance on 20th Street. 








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CORNELIUS F. SULLIVAN PAUL H. THOMAS 

Atlas 




MICHAEL TRAMUTOLO 
lota Tau Sigma 



LEONARD J. TIERNO MARY ELIZABETH TIPTON 

lota Tau Sigma 




JAMES R. TYLER 
Atlas 



EARLE N. WAGNER FRANK A. WALLINGTON 

Phi Sigma Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 




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FREDERICK M. WILKINS 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



EMERICK YOST JR. 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



FRENCH YOUNGMAN 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



EDMUND L. ZAPP JR. 
Phi Sigma Gamma 





JUNIORS NOT PICTURED: 

DAVID DUNCOMBE 

DAVID H. FLIEGELMAN 

GEORGE W. HENDRICKS JR. 

STEPHEN J. KOVACS JR. 

EDWARD H. NOVITCH 

ROBERT OSDER 

JOHN L. PEPPER 

HERBERT M. SCHILLER 

JAY A. STYLE 

BADI ZAHOURY 



luniors 



MICHAEL J. ZAPPITELLI 
lota Tau Sigma 



HERBERT L. ZIGERMAN 
Lambda Omicron Gamma 




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JOSEPH C. ANORtWS FRANK C. BARONE 

Ph! Sigma Gamma Atlas 



DONALD A. BAXTER WILLIAM E. SETTS JR. 

Phi Sigma Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 




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BRUCE A. BOCHMAN R. WILLIAM BRADWAr 

Phi Sigma Gamma Atlas 



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JAMES J. BRESLIN 




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David bronstein 

Lambda Omicron Gamr 





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ROBERT W. CaPITAIN FRANK V. CARUSO JAMES C. CHIMERaKIS EUGENE 

Phi Sigma Gamma Atlas Lambda OmI 



COHEN 
:ron Garr 




JEROME 8. COHEN 

Lambda Omicron Gamrr 



sophomores 





GERALD COTLER 
Lambda Omicron Gam 



JOHN C. CRAWFORD JOHN A. DALESSANDRO 

Atlas Atlas 




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ALBERT F. D'ALONZO JOHN C. DE GHETTO JR. ROBERT G. DE RUE ROBERT W. ENGLAND 

AHas Atlas Atlas 





ALAN M. FALLICK 
Lambda Omicron Gamma 



ROBINSON G. FRY 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



LOIS JEAN GEHRIS DONALD _D. GREIF 

Lambda Omicron Gamrr 



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THOMAS B. GRIFFITH FREDERICK GROSSBART 

Phi Sigma Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma 



JAY H. JOSEPH 
Lambda Omicron Gar 



JOHN A. HIPPLE 



FREDERICK J. JAEGER 
Atlas 




DAVID A. KELLAM DONALD W. KETNER CARL KODROFF 

Phi Sigma Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma Lambda Omicron Gan 



sophomores 





RICHARD S. LATTA BERNARD J. LETOURNEaU JACK LEVITT HENRY S. LIEBERT JR. 

Alias Atlas Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 




ARTHUR A. LODATO 
Phi Sigma Gamma 




JOHN EDWARD LOVE 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



RALPH A. LUONGO JOSEPH E. MAKANT JR. 

lofa Tau Sigma Phi Sigma Gamma 





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NICK A. MARINO CHARLES N. MARRA MURRAY N. MATEZ ROBERT L. MEALS 

Phi Sigma Gamma lota Tau Sigma Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 




FREDERICK R. MELHORN LESTER C. MILLARD 

Phi Sigma Gamma 



EDWARD J. MINEHAN HOWARD C. B. PECKINS 

Phi Sigma Gamma Atlas 



sophomores 






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SEYMOUR PIWOZ JOHN P. POLULICH II THOMAS F. A. POWELL CHARLES P. PRITCHARD 

Lambra Omlcron Gamma lofa Tau Sigma Phi Sigma Gamma 




JOSEPH J. PRYKANOSKI 



WELLDEN PYLE JR. WALTER T. ROBINSON WILLIAM D. RUSIN 

Phi Sigma Gamma Atlas 





S. PAUL SADICK HENRY SALKIND 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omlcron Gam 







\ 




RICHARD K, SNYDER 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



FRANKLIN M. STEIN 
Lambda Omicron Gamm 



JAMES J. SULLIVAN EDWARD S. SWIATKOWSKI 

Phi Sigma Gamma Atlas 




RALPH SCHWARTZ PAUL S. SNOKE 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 



sophomores 




Sophomore students learn 
the mechanics of clinical 
path tests. 



Students take a break 
between lab lectures. 



The microscopes and 
"Bright Line" chambers 
are quite in vogue here. 



Dr. Schall introduces 
these men to less didactic 
aspects of chemistry. 



"OMT can't be learned 
from the text book," the 
students are cautioned. 



Dr. Senior explains the 
apparatus and rationale 
to the students.. 



Thenar eminence is posi- 
tioned prior to dorsal 
mobilization. 



Jay Joseph, '56, watches 
for signs of precipitate 
formation. 



Sophomore class presi- 
dent Les Millard looks up 
from his path sections. 



At times the more noble 
of the students become 
demonstrators for their 
classmates. 





Careful pipette work by 
sophomore student. 



Dr. Schall tells the class 
president about the day's 
experiment. 



Students find the clinical 
chemistry apparatus in- 
tricate. 



Careful technique is the * 
predecessor of accuracy. 



Low back techniques com- 
mand particular attention 
by the students here. 



Students in path lab are 
given briefing of the new 
specimens. 



Demonstration is the key- 
note in instruction of 
manipulative techniques. 



Text and reference books 
frequently are consulted 
in the path lab. 



if the tubing on this set- 
up were confused, six 
experiments would end 
abruptly. 



Open collars and rolled 
sleeves label the workers 
in technique lab. 







BARRY D. WALP 
Aflas 



J. J. WILDMANN 



LEONARD V. WORTH ALEXANDER D. XENAKIS 

Atlas Ph! Sigma Gamma 






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WARREN C. YOUNG JR. JOSEPH YURKANIN FRANK F. ZAGCARDI MICHAEL WM. ZARRILLI 

Ph; Sigma Gamma lota Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma 




SOPHOMORES NOT 
PICTURED: 



ABRAHAM ZELLIS 
Lambda Omicron Gamma 



FRANK A. CERRA 
DANTE Dl MaRZIO 
ALVIN D. DUBIN 
FREDERIC JAY FRIEDLIN 

E. Milton friedman 

THOMAS GASPER JR. 
JULIUS R. GLOVER 
EUGENE R. HEaGEN 
WILLIAM R. HEMSLEY JR. 
JAMES SCOTT HICKERSON 
SAMSON A. INWALD 
RODNEY T. JaCOBSEN 



CHARLES H. KROH 
LEO MICHAEL MARTSUKIS 
MILTON METZMAN 
JAMES J. MINAHAN 
JACK A. MINUTELLa 
THOMAS LOUIE MOY 
STANLEY ORONS 
DAVID A. PaTRIQUIN 
GEORGE B. SLIFER 
IRVIN SMITH 
HERBERT WIENER 
JOHN B. WYNNE JR. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS AT THE TIME OF MATRICULATION 




THE SOPHOMORE STUDENTS GATHER FOR A GROUP PICTURE DURING HISTOLOGY 
LABORATORY. 




THE ANNUAL HALLOWEEN DANCE ALWAYS PROVIDES GOOD ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL. 

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IFRIESHMAN CILAS: 






ERNEST F. ATELLA WILLIAM J. ATHENS 

lofa Tdu Sigma Phi Sigma Gamma 



ANITA H. ATKINS 



•.■•;v.-3,vAV. 

ROBERT L. ATKINS 




EUGENE P. AUSTIN 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



SAMUEL P. BARKER III ROBERT SOUDERS BEAR DANIEL H. BELSKY 

Phi Sigma Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omlcron Gamr 




BERNARD E. BLANK RICHARD D. BROSKEY LESTER KIENLE BURGE JR. RICHARD B. CARNICKY 

Lambda Omicron Gamma A+las Atlas 




freshmen 



ETTORE R. CASTIGLIONE HENRY V. A. CHACE NORMaN M. CHaRNEY PAUL K. CHARNOV 

lofa Tau Sigma AflaS Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma 




ANTHONY S. CIMINERA JOSEPH CRISCIONE RICHARD A. DEIGHAN JR. ARTHUR F. DE MARCO 

Ailas Atlas lota Tau Sigma 




HERMAN L. EBERHARDT LEONARD ROBERT FINA JEROME I. FLICKER HOWARD R. FOSTER 

lota Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 




THEODORE C. GARLAND CHARLES O. GIULIANI ROBERT C. GREER III JOHN T. HARDING JR. 

Phi Sigma Gamma lota Tau Sigma Phi Sigma Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 




WESLEY HEINS JR. 



JOHN J. HEISER JR. STUART B. HERRICK HERBERT HERSHEY 

lota Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma Lambda Omicron Gamn 



fresh 



resnmen 



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f.iiii 



RICHARD D. HOCKSTEIN MELVIN G. JASPAN LAWRENCE J. JORDAN ALEX J. KELLER 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma lofa Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma 



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W. STANTON KIP 2nd LAZARUS M. KIRIFIDES ERWIN HARRIS KLIGER 

Atlas Lambda Omicron Gamma 



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NORMAN S. KNEE JAMES C. KRAMLICH HERMAN P. KUEHN DALE W. KUIPER 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma Atlas Phi Sigma Gamma 



WALTER KLIMASH 
Atlas 




fresh 



ANTHONY GIRARD LEONE ELLIS J. LIND6NBAUM i WILLIAM LONGENECKER HOMER F. MaCKEY JR. 
Iota Tau Sigma Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 



men 




41 





MICHAEL A. MaJKA MARVIN H. MALaMUT JAMES J. MALLON JR. ANTHONY MARTURaNO 

Ph! Sigma Gamma lota Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma 





ELLIOT 8. PORT 



JAMES F. REA 



f^ 



ELEANOR V. MASTERSON LAWRENCE E. MILLER STANLEY C. MONTROM 
Lambda Omicron Gamma 



MICHAEL J. PAPP 
Phi Sigma Gamma 




ROBERT W. PEARSON 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



HARRY N. PEPE JR. 
lota Tau Sigma 




(^^ 



JOHN C. PHOTIS 



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BURTON POMERaNTZ 
Lambda Omicron Gamme 



FREDERICK W. RENTE MARVIN L. ROSNER 

Lambda Omicron Gamma 



fresh 



men 




First year students must 
complete three trimesters 
of anatomy. 



Some days there are 
seven consecutive hours ^ 
of lecture. 



Good lighting and care- 
ful dissection are basic to 
anatomy lab work. 



Kymographic records are 
made of physiology ex- 
periments. 



Miss D'Aurlo is always 
ready to explain the bac- 
teriological and sero- 
logical procedures. 



Dr. Allen discusses the 
region under study with 
the students. 



Some claim that the 
kymograph was invented 
by a physiologist with a 
soap company! 



Parasitology lab finds the 
freshmen up to their 
elbows in saline solutions. 



Careful dissection is done 
by each student on a 
rotating basis. 



As dissection proceeds, 
another student follows 
in Cunningham. 








Great diligence is re- 
quired to properly dissect 
the elbow anastomosis. 



"Look busy and maybe 
we won't have a quiz 
today." 



Human excreta is of prime 
importance in diagnosis. 



Dr. Lessig inspects the 
findings of the embryonic 
parasitologist. 



In the end, objectivity 
overcame sensitivity. 




Some students, at first, 
found it distasteful. 



Frogs' legs proved to be 
more than food on the 
freshmen menu. 



And on they plodded. 



And then there were lab 
books to hand In., 



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Embryology class requires 
perseverance to keep 
pace with the lecturer. 





MAURICE S. ROWLEY PHILIP P. SAPONARO FRANCIS T. SARAMA WILLIAM A. SCHMIDT 

Iota Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma 




DOUGLAS K. SHUMWAY DUANE SIMMONS 



HARRY L. SLIFER 
Phf Sigma Gamma 



JOSEPH E. SPEAR DONALD F. STANTON 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Atlas 



E. ZACHARY STEIN JEROME SULMAN 

Lambda Omicron Gami 



fresh 



ROBERT M. SNOW 
Phi Sigma Gamma 





HERBERT E. TRIEHY A. ANDREW TRIMBLE SALVATORE R. VASILE WILLIAM C. WAGNER JR. 

lota Tau Sigma lota Tau Sigma Phi Sigma Gamma 



men 





C) 



BURTON K. WEISER PAUL WM. WEISS RICHARD W. WHITAKER WALTER O. WILLOUGHBY 

Lambda Omicron Gamma Lambda Omicron Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma Phi Sigma Gamma 



FRESHMEN NOT 
PICTURED: 



V. 



im 



I 



JAMES XANTHOPOULOS 
Phi Sigma Gamma 



ALBERT R. AMALFITANO 
STANLEY W. BILSKI 
ARTHUR M. COOPER 
MORTON COOPERSMITH 
MRS. RUTH DUNCOMBE 
ALLAN FOX 

DONALD A. GOODMAN 
ROBERT C. MacAUSLAN 



ARTHUR G. PAPPAS 
LOTHAR G. REBER 
MILTON ROGER REDLITZ 
LEO JOSEPH ROBB 
LOUIS M. RORRO 
SOLOMON RUDMAN 
VERNER M. SIMONSEN 




fresh 



men 




Founder's Day, '54, and 
PCO's first telecast. 



Mr. Harry Sylk, "Father' 
of TV at PCO with Drs 
Brandt and Barth. 



Drs. Court, Poppe, Eaton 
and D'Alonzo watch TV 
tour. 



Distinguished "Round 
Table" for Lung Cancer 
Symposiunn. 



Dr. Henry D'Alonio dis- 
cusses Resident Training 
Program. 



Dr. Earl Riceman outlines 
etiology of lung cancer. 



Dr. O. Edwin Owen checks 
his script before going 
"on camera." 



College's guests watch 
telecast from second floor 
of the hospital. 



Camera is adjusted just 
prior to initial telecast. 



TV of thoracotomy is 
watched on a demonstra- 
tion monitor. 




RGANIZAT 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 1953 - 1954 



OFFICERS: 

President AL. EDINGER 

Vice-President WILLIAM MITCHELL 

Secretary CHARLES PRITCHARD 

Treasurer JOHN BRADFORD 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Seniors: Louis Amalfitano, Albert Edinger, Phillip Evans, 

Emil FelskI, Abraham Price. Aiternate: Thomas Farley. 
Juniors. John Bradford, Arthur Charnov, Charles Fox, 

V/IIIIam Mitchell. Alternate: Edmund Zapp. 
Soohomores: Frank Barone, Jay Joseph, David Patrlquin, 

Charles Pritchard. Alternate: Joseph Andrews. 
Freshmen: Richard Delghan, Howard Foster, Charles Gulllani, 

James Xanthopolls. Alternate: Daniel Belskl. 



The entire student body is represented bv mem- 
bers elected by each of the four classes. Through 
these representatives, all students have a voice in 
matters pertaining to their welfare and organiza- 
tions. 

The Student Council exercises a qeneral super- 
vision over student organizations and activities. It 
serves to promote cooperation and harmony among 
the students. Faculty, Administration, and Alumni. 

Student Council undertook the task of revising 
the constitution and workings of the body in order 
to increase the scope of student government ac- 
tivities and to meet the changes which have re-- 
suited through the curriculum change. This revision, 
only commencinq now, will be continued by future 
Councils and will make student government at the 
Philadelphia College of Osteopathy a more pro- 
ductive and effective organization. 



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GLEE CLUB 



The PCO Glee Club was rejuvenated in 1949 as 
an all-nnale organization which put on a highly suc- 
cessful performance of "South Pacific." The follow- 
ing year saw the inclusion of the School of Nursing 
and the formation of a mixed group with a conse- 
quent widening of its musical scope. 

For the past three years, under the direction of 
Frank Kuykendall, the group has steadily developed 
to the stage whereby it tackles one or two church 
services as well as singing at the various college 
functions. The group has also been fortunate in 
having Carolyn Burton Hill as its regular ac- 
companist. 





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BASKETBALL 



For the first time in twenty years the Philadelphia 
College of Osteopathy was represented by an 
official basketball team last season. 

The team, coached by (Registrar) Tom Rowland, 
played fourteen games. Although their first year's 
record was not particularly impressive in the "won- 
lost" columns, the season was not unsuccessful. 

Previously the team had been playing under the 
title of "Westside Collegians" . . . but with the re- 
sumption of the official status, a notable increase in 
general student attendance and enthusiasm was 
very much in evidence. 



86 




SOCIETY OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

RICHARD K. CHAMBERS President 

EDWARD M. PHILLIPS, JR Vice-President 

DONALD JOHNSON Secretary 

CHARLES CARR Treasurer 

DR. H. WALTER EVANS Faculty Advisor 

SOCIETY OF INTERNAL MEDICINE 

EDWARD ZIMMERMAN President 

JOSEPH VINCENT HUFFNAGLE Vice-President 

PATRICK W. O'KEEFFE Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. WILLIAM F. DAIBER Faculty Advisor 

PEDIATRICS SOCIETY 

ROBERT L BENTZ President 

WILLIAM G. McDowell Vice-President 

EDWARD M. PHILLIPS Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. WILLIAM S.. SPAETH Faculty Advisor 

NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY 

RICHARD M. BACHRACH President 

JEROME S. GREENHOLZ Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. GEORGE H. GUEST Faculty Advisor 



UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMY OF 
APPLIED OSTEOPATHY 

JOHN C. BRADFORD, JR. Program Chairman 

DAVID H. FLIEGELMAN Membership Chairman 

JOHN A. KLINE Project Chairman 

EDMUND L ZAPP, JR Library Chairman 

PAUL S. SNOKE Secretary 

DR. ANGUS G. CATHIE Faculty Advisor 





ATLAS 



Omnia Friitf 



Edward P. Crowell, Internal Medicine 
Henry A. D'Alonio, Jr., Surgery 



JUNIORS: 

Lloyd Achenbach, John Barnard, Thomas Barnett, John 
Bradford, Jr., Andrew Corcoran, George W. Prison, Jr., 
George R. Hartz, Gordon Hillegas, John A. Kline, Joseph 
Maxian, William Mitchell, David M. Moll, Albert Pearson, 
Paul H. Thomas, James R. Tyler. 



INTERNS: 
John C. Pellosie, Robert J. Zwiebel. 



SOPHOMORES: 

Frank C. Barone, William Bradway, James Chimerakis, John 

Crawford, John Dalessandro, Albert D'Alonzo, John 
DeGhetto, Robert DeRue, Frederick Jaeger, Richard S. 

Latta, Bernard Letourneau. Leo Martsukis, Thomas L. Moy, 

Howard Pecklns, William Rusin, Edward Swiatkowski, Barry 
D. Walp, Leonard V. Worth. 



SENIORS: 

John Damiani, Robert Davies, William Dickerson, Richard 
Fasnacht, Terrence Hall, Howard Hausher, Owen I. Henry, 
Brian Herdeg, Joseph Huffnagle, Theodore Kellogg, Anthony 
Siymanski, Duane H. Tucker, William Visconti. 



FRESHMEN: 

Stanley Bilski, Richard Broskey, Richard Carnicky, Henry 
V. Chace, Anthony Cimlnera, Morton Coopersmith, Joseph 
Crisclone, Richard A. Deighan, Walter S. Kip, Walter 
Kllmash, Herman Kuehn, Stanley Montrom, Donald Stanton. 



88 




i.;,*?,C«SSB ifir ';:.■- flS;. 




IOTA TAU SIGMA 



INTERNS: 
Gustave Contl, Robert D. Phelps, Joseph M. Romeo. 

SENIORS: 

Louis Amalfitano, Roderick Cannatejia, Giacomo Curreri, 
Jordan Colletta, John DePrisco, Albert Edinger, Mario N. 
Grimaldi, James R. Hill, Theodore Liljestrand, George D. 
Marvil, Patrick O'Keeffe, Samuel Santaspirt, Albert P. 
Schartel, Richman G. Weaver. 



JUNIORS: 

Vincent L. Coletta, Louis D'Alessandr 
Frank P. Pettinelli, William J. Pounds, 
Michael Zappitelli, Leonard J. Tierno. 



t, Paul T. Fortuna. 
Michael Tramutolo, 



SOPHOMORES: 

Frank Cerra, Dante DiMarzio, Arthur A. Lodato, Ralph A. 
Luongo, Charles N. Marra, Jack Minutella, John P. Polulleh, 
Joseph Yurkanin, Frank Zaccardi, Michael Zarilli. 



FRESHMEN: 

Albert Amalfitano, Ernest F. Atella, Arthur DeMarco, Herman 
Eberhardt, Leonard R. Fina, Charles O. Giuliani, John J 
Heiser, Stuart Herrick, Lawrence Jordan, Alexander Keller 
Anthony G. Leone, James J. Mallon, Anthony Marturano 
Harry N. Pepe, Lothar G. Reber, Milton Redliti, Leo J 
Robb, Louis M. Rorro, Philip Saponaro, Francis Sarama 
Herbert Triehy, Salvatore Vasile. 



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PHI SIGMA GAMMA 



RESIDENTS: 

Jay Adams, Pediatrics. 
John Burns, Anaesthesiology. 



lings, Jo 
jrqe Par 



INTERNS 
eph Fresolone 



le, Frede 
Wheeler. 



SENIORS: 



Robert Benh, Donald Braunlich, George Bud, Richard 
Chambers, John Caris, Glenn Coolc, Tom Farley, Emil 
Felsli, John Gilligan, James Giuliani, Raymond H. Johns, 
John Lezinski, William Lichfield, Walter McCool, William 
McDowell, Edgar Miller, Edward Phillips, Clayton Roberts. 
Norman Rudolph, William Saponaro, Thomas Scott, John 
C. Smith, Richard Starli, Joseph Steelman, Gerald Weaver, 
John Whyte, Tom Woodward. 



JUNIORS: 



Lee J. Bowden, DIno Carozza, 
Walter Fox, Albert Grayce, 
Johnson, Richard Lenox, Da 
Charles Newlam, James Powe 



Charles Ca 

Robert H 
id McClain. John Malta 
I. Raymond Scholl, Edmund 



Carl Fischer, 
nger, Donald 



Scott, James W. Smith, James Soulges, Cornelius Sullivan, 
Earle Wagner, Frank Wellington, Frederick Wilklns, Emerick 
Yost, French Youngman. Edmund Tapp. 

SOPHOMORES: 

Joseph Andrews, Donald Baxter, William Belti, Bruce Boeh- 
man, James Breslin, Robert Capitan, Frederic Friedlin, 
Robinson Fry, Thomas Gasper, Jr., Thomas Griffith, Eugene 
R. Heagen, Scott HIckerson, Rodney Jacobson, David 
Kellam, Donald Ketner, Charles Kroh, Henry Liebert, Arthur 
Lodato, John Love, Joseph Makant, Nick A. Marino, Robert 
Meals, Frederick Melhorn, Lester Millard, Edward Minehan, 
Charles Pritchard, Wellden Pyle, George Slifer, Paul S. 
Snoke, Richard Snyder, James Sullivan, John B. Wynne, 
Alexander Xenakis, Warren C. Young. 

FRESHMEN: 

William Athens, Eugene Austin, Samuel Parker, Robert Boar, 
Howard Foster, Theodore Garland, Robert C. Greer, III, 
John T. Harding, Laiarus KIrlfides, James Kramllch, Dale 
Kulper, William Longenecker, Robert MacAuslan, Homer 
Mackey, Michael Papp, Arthur Pappas, Robert Pearson, 
John C. Photis, James F. Rea, William Schmidt, Douglas 
Shumway, Verner Simonsen, Harry L. Slifer, Robert M. Snow, 
William Wagner, Richard Whitaker, Walter Willoughby. 
James Xanthopoulout. 



90 



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LAMBDA OMICRON GAMMA 



roHiided In 1921, 
X'ndiici-m Chavt'- 



RESIDENTS: 

Robert Friedman, Surgery 

Walter Schwarti, Internal Medicine 

Arnold Wechsler, 2nd-Yr. Rotating Internship 



INTERNS: 



Philip 
Guyer 



A. Bricl, Milton Da 
Santord Paul, Alvln 



ion, Sidney Fishbein, Seymour 
Rosen, Morton Silver. 



SENIORS: 



Richard Bachrach. Sidney Berlcowitz, Robert Frailer, Earl 
Gabriel, Irving Goldenberg, Jerome Greenholz, Jerome 
Greenspan, Robert Kaplan, Harold Kraman, Philip Lebovitz, 
Abraham Price, Robert J. Rothberg, Sidney Russal, Gerald 
Scharf Paul Steingard, Wynne Steinsnyder. Harold Teplitz, 
Stanley Weinstocic, Edward Zimmerman. 

JUNIORS: 
Frank Baskin, Robert Bass. Paul Bernhardt, Harris Blumberg, 



Arthur Charnov, Ronald Ferris, David Fliegelman. Sidney 
Fogel, Howard Friedman, Martin Gartlnkel. Donald Harman. 
Norman llowite. Marvin Kaplan, David Kernis. Donald 
Klein, Louis Lazarou, Howard Lubin. Berthold Mandel. 
Herbert Schiller, Norbert Sllpe, Herbert Zlgerman. 

SOPHOMORES: 
David Bronstein, Eugene Cohen. Jerome Cohen. Alvin 
Dubin, Alan Fallicit, E. Milton Friedman. Julius Glover 
Donald Grief, Fred Grossbarf, Samson Inwald, Jay Joseph 
Carl KodrofF, Jack Levitt, Murray Matez, Milton Metzman 
Stanley Orons, Seymous Piwoz, Paul Sadick. Henry Salkind 
Ralph Schwartz, Irvin Smith. Frank Stein. Herbert Wiener 
Abraham Zellis. 

FRESHMEN: 
Daniel Belsky, Bernard Blank, Norman Charney. Paul Charnov, 
Arthur Cooper, Jerome Flicker, Herbert Hershey. Richard 
Hockstein, Melvin Jaspan, Erwin Kliger. Norman Knee, 
Ellis Lindenbaum, Marvin Malamut, Lawrence Miller, Burton 
Pomeranti. Elliot Port, Marvin Rosner. Zachary Stein. 
Jerome Sulman, Burton Weiser, Paul Weiss. 



91 



STUDENT WIVES 



Above and beyond their household duties, many 
wives are members of a school group which Is 
further dedicated to the better understanding of 
their husbands' profession . . . the Student Wives 
Organization. 

Through the media of cake selling, dances and 
other affairs, the girls have promoted good will and 
funds enough to add several hundreds of dollars 
worth of books to the college library, purchase new 
curtains for our auditorium stage, and many other 
Items which help to beautify our school. 

Whether It Is a lecture on some phase of medi- 
cine, an evaluation of the problems and responsi- 
bilities of the physician's wife, a "bake sale" cam- 
paign for additional funds, or an old fashioned 
square dance in the auditorium, the wives con- 
sistently come through with sincere enthusiasm and 
a will to succeed. 





THE AXONE 

The AXONE has intermittently appeared on the PCO campus 
since its founding in 1922. When the Class of '54 matriculated in 
September, 1950, the newly organized Student Council was prepar- 
ing to restore it to the campus as their official publication. 

Hyman W. Weinberg, '53, was selected as the Editor, and con- 
tinued in that position through the Spring of 1952. At that time, an 
Editorial Board, consisting of Terry hiall, '54, Brian Herdeg, '54, and 
Duane Tucker, '54, was appointed. Their term ended in October, '53, 
when Bob DeRue, '56, and Jim Chimerakis, '56, became temporary 
Co-Editors. The current Editor-in-Chief is Jim Chimerakis, '56. 

The AXONE underwent a metamorphosis in February, 1954, 
when it became a pocket-size news magazine. This is particularly 
notable since, in 1922, the first AXONE was also a magazine, just 
twice the size of the current publication. 



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LOUIS AMALFITANO. '54 
KATHERINE M. ENGLAND, '54 
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KARL E. FALDON, '54 
JAMES J. GIULIANI, '54 
JOHN C. SMITH, '54 
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AL GRAYCE. '55 
MICHAEL TROMUTOLA, '55 
WELDEN PYLE, '56 
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the SYNAPSIS 1954 wish to express partic- 
ular appreciation to our Faculty Advisor 
... a man with many responsibilities who 
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GREETINGS TO THE GRADUATES 

My sincere congratulations to each one of you 
on attaining the coveted goal of graduation. In 
reality, it is the beginning of your career in nursing. 

As graduate nurses, you will have the opportunity 
and obligation to participate in the provision of 
health protection for the American people and to 
promote better health care for the peoples of the 
world. Accept your challenge and obligation to the 
nursing profession conscientiously. 

My very best wishes to you for future happiness 
and success. 

DOROTHY B. RANCK, R.N. 
Director of Nursing School 
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IRMA JEANNETTE REESE, R.N. 
Assistant Director and Educational Director, School of 
Nursing and Nursing Service. Dlplonna, Osteopathic Hos- 
pital of Philadelphia School of Nursing. B.S. in Nursing 
Education, University of Pennsylvania. 



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Clinical Instructor. Diploma, Osteopathic Hospital of Phila- 
delphia School of Nursing. Post Graduate course In Operat- 
ing Room technique; Advanced work at Dulce University. 





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Nursing Arts Instructor. Diploma, Philadelphia General 
Hospital School of Nursing. Advanced Study, University of 
Pennsylvania. 



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Pennsylva. 



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Assistant Director, Nursing Service at North Center. 
Diploma, Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia School of 
Nursing. 



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istructor. Diploma, Petersburg Hospital School of 
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senior nurses 



PATRICIA DE MURO, a native Philadelphian, is 
planning to remain at the Philadelphia College of 
Osteopathy Hospital where she hopes to do general 
nursing work. 





ELIZABETH MOORE DE RUE, another native Phila- 
delphian, Is the wife of a sophomore student and 
plans to remain at the Philadelphia College of Oste- 
opathy hlospltal, preferably as a scrub nurse in the 
operating room. 



MARGARET C. FROELICH, whose home is In Phila- 
delphia, Is at present undecided about what form 
of nursing service she would like to enter. 





NELL NADINE GROSSMAN, whose home Is in 
Detroit, Michigan, is planning on entering public 
health nursing In Detroit. 



senior nurses 




CELIA MARTHA JASGER, who came from Flint, 
Michigan, is currently undecided about what aspect 
of nursing service she will enter. 



AIMEE R. ROMAN, whose home is in Coleman, 
Michigan, would like to do pediatric nursing In 
Lansing, Michigan. 



JUNE HACKMAN, whose home is in Lancaster, 
Penna., is planning on entering general nursing, 
working as an air line hostess or traveling. 




DOLORES ANN MOSER. a native Phllidelphian, is 
particularly interested in surgical nursing, perhaps 
at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy hlospitaL 




LOIS ROSENBERG, whose home is in Eas+on, 
Penna., would like to enter general nursing service 
at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy Hospital. 



FRAN SMITH, who came from Palmyra, Penna, is 
considering entering obstetrical nursing at Harris- 
burg Osteopathic Hospital. 





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MARLENE R. SMITH, 'a native of Memphis, Michi- 
gan, is presently undecided about what aspect of 
nursing service she will enter. 



JOAN MARIE STANFORD, whose home is in 
Harrisburg, Penna., is planning on remaining at the 
Philadelphia College of Osteopathy Hospital where 
she will do general nursing. 




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senior nurses 




JANE TILGHMAN, a native Philadelphian, is con- 
sidering general nursing service at the Philadelphia 
College of Osteopathy Hospital. 





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President NANCY J. SAMP 

Secretary-Treasurer NORMA J. MARKLE 



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Secretary BETTY J. SMITH 

Treasurer CAROL E. NIX 




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Housemother Miss Mary Nye with nurses. 

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Vice-President JOYCE D. BURY 

Secretary WINIFRED M. WHEELER 

Treasurer M. KATHLEEN LaMORRE 




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Trenton, Mich. 



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Nurse's Dining Room, 
North Center. 



Surgical instruments de- 
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Mrs. Heaton and Mrs. 
Cassett relax following 
their obstetrical duties. 



Dr. Evans plays host for 
the O.R. Christmas Party. 



Luncheon always provides 
4 time for a relaxing cigar- 
ette. 



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Mrs. DeRue consults her 
patient's chart. 



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ramutolo, Michael 912 Arch St., Norristown, 

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Vagner, Earle N Ashbourne Rd., Cheltenham, 

Vallington, Frank A 1408 Ninth St., Moundsville, W. Va 

Vilkins, Frederick M 1100 Park Ave., Collingswood, N. J 

I'ost, Emerick Jr. 138 Goadon St., Allentown, Pa 





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Youngman T. French 79th «t Blvd., Harvey Cedars, N. J. 

Zapp, Edmund L. Jr 43 Ashby Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. 

Zappitelli, Michael J 722 W. Butler St., Phila.. Pa. 

Zigerman, Herbert L 5414 Race St., Phila., Pa. 

Zohoury BadI 89-21 Elmhurst Ave., EInnhurst, L. I.. N. Y. 



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Andrews Joseph C 47 Harvard St., West Warwick, R. I. 

Barone Frank C 5390 Chew Ave., Phila.. Pa. 

Baxter, Donald A 26 Miller St., Warren, R. I. 

Betts William E. Jr Terhune Dr., Pompton Lakes. N. J 

Bochman, Bruce A. 4939 Cedar Ave., Phila., Pa 

Bradway, R. William 214 W. Front St., Florence. N. J 

Breslin, James J 14 Fairview Rd., Springfield, Del. Co., Pa 

Bronstein David 1022 Center St., Ashland, Pa 

Capitain,' Robert W 4 School St., East Williston, L. I., N. Y 

Caruso Frank V 1631 E. Passyunk Ave. 

Cerra, Frank A 2472 W. 79th Ave. 

Chimerakis, James C 4622 Sansom St 



Cohen, Eugene. 
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D'Alessandro, John A 69 Dona St., Lackawanna IB, N. Y. 

D'Alonio, Albert F. 806 W. Wingohocking St., Phila., Pa. 

DeGhetto, John C. Jr 158 Market St., Rochelle Pk., N. J. 

De Rue. Rdbert C. 414 5. 48th St., Phila., Pa. 

Di Mariio Dante 1019 N. 66th St., Phila., Pa. 

Dubin, AlJin D. 7341 Walnut Lane, Phila., Pa. 

England Robert W 52 E. Bettlewood Ave., Oaklyn 6, N.J. 

Fallick, Alan M 6633 H. Smedley St., Phila., Pa. 

Friedlin, Frederic J. 147 Grandview Ave., Pitman, N. J. 

Friedman Edward M. 4740 Pine St., Phila., Pa. 

Fry, Robinson, G Rt. fl, Orefield, Pa. 

Gasper Thomas Jr. 1739 Williams Way, Norristown, Pa. 

Gehris.Lois J 30 Crestmont St., Reading, Pa. 

Glover Julius R 416 Harrison St., Passaic, N. J. 

Greif, Donald D. 220 New Lots Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Griffith Thomas B 752 S. 52nd St., Phila., Pa. 

Grossbart, Frederick 655 Irvington Ave., Newark 6, N. J. 



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Heagen. Eugene R. 87211 97th St., Woodhaven. N. Y. 

Hemsley. William R. 175 Cornell Rd., Audi^bon, N. J. 

Hickerson, James S. Rt. ;3. Bo« 262, North Little Rod, Ark. 

Hippie. John A. 1012 S. 19th St.. Harrlsburg. Pa. 

Inwald, Samson A. 609 S. 48th' St.. Phila., Pa. 

Jacobsen. Rodney T. -902 Tulip St., Camden, N. J. 

Jaeger, Frederick J. 192 Dartmouth St., Buffalo IS. N. Y. 

Joseph, Jay H. 436 Wood St., Vineland. N. J. 

Kellam. David A. 28 Crestmont Rd.. Binghamton, N. Y. 

Ketner, Donald W. 21 7th Ave.. Clarion, Pa. 

Kodroff, Carl 5505 Windsor Ave., Phiia., Pa. 

Kroh. Charles H. 136 Liberty St., Clarion, Pa. 

Latta. Richard S. Aquila Apts B.7, Sansom St., Phila., Pa. 

Letourneau. Bernard J. 520 84th St., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. 

Levitt. Jack 4758 N. 9th St.. Phila., Pa. 

Liebert, Henry S. Tuckahoe Apts.. Richmond, Va. 

Lodato, Arthur A. 8303 Bustleton Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Love, John E. 815 Woodworth Ave., Pittsburgh 21, Pa. 

Luongo. Ralph A. 6434 Dick's Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Makant, Joseph E. Jr. 21 Dryden Ave., Pawfucket, R. I. 

Marino. Nick A, 4625 Cedar Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Marra. Charles N. 15 Armour Ville Ave.. Tuckahoe, N. Y. 

Martsukis. Leo M. 559 W. 186 St., New York, N. Y. 

Matei, Murray N. 128 S. Rhode Island Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

Meals, Robert L. 205 S. 9th St.. Lebanon, Pa. 

Melhorn, Frederick R 512 Park Ave., Johnstown, Pa. 

Metzman, Milton 2915 N. 5th St., Phila. 33, Pa. 

Millard. Lester C. R.D. 4, Gouverneur, N. Y. 

Minahan, James J. 1550 N. 55th St.. Phila., Pa. 

Minehan, Edward J. 903 Jefferson St.. Wilmington, Del. 

Minutella, Jack A. 1737 S. 18th St., Phila., Pa. 

Moy, Thomas L. 532 S. 52nd St., Phila., Pa. 

Orons. Stanley 2839 Valentine St., New York City 

Patriquin, David A. 4426 Osage Ave.. Phila., Pa. 

Peckins, Howard C. 118 Harding PL, Utica. N. V. 

Piwoz, Seymour 1421 Greeby St., Phila., Pa. 

Polulich, John P. Ill 22 Columbia Ave., Grantwood, N. J. 

Powell, Thomas F. 22 S. Dewey St., Phila., Pa. 

Pritchard, Charles P 231 W. Durand St., Phila., Pa. 

Prykanoski. Joseph J. 21 Ewington Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Pyle, Welldon J. 3100 D. Mountain Dr., Phila. 45, Pa. 

Robinson, Walter T. Jr. Maple Lane & Church Rd., Flourtown, Pa. 

Rusin, William D. 505 Mercer St., Gloucester City, N. J. 



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Sadick, S. Paul Salisbury, Md. 

Salkind Henry 20-6 Valley Road, Droxel Hill, Pa. 

Schwartz, Ralph R-D., Bridgeton, N. J. 

Slifer, George B 72 1 Glenview St., Phila., Pa. 

Smith Irvin 124 S. Maryland Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

Snoke' Paul S 109 W. 8th St., Lemoyne, Pa. 

Snyder, Richard K 4935 Locust St., Phila., Pa. 

Stein, Franklin M 1472 McKinley St., Phila. 24, Pa. 

Sullivan James J. 175 Pendleton Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

Swiatkowski, Edward S 2363 E. Dauphin St., Phila., Pa. 

Waip, Barry D. 73 Bedford St., Forty Fort, Pa. 

Wierner Herbert 283 BIst St., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. 

Wildman John J 1501 Elbridge St., Phila. 24, Pa. 

Worth, Leonard V 9 Howard Dr., Williamsville 21, N. Y. 

Wynne John B. Jr 295 Forge Rd., East Greenwich, R. I. 

Xenakis, Alexander D 2212 S. 66th St., Phila., Pa. 

Young, Warren C 427 Lake Ave., Franklin, Ohio 

Yurkanin, Joseph 3 Holliday St., Ashley, Pa. 

Zaccardi, Frank 14 McKay Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

Zarrilli, Michael W 421 N. 66th St., Phila., Pa. 

Zellis, Abraham 2402 S. 4th St., Phila., Pa. 



FRESHMEN 



Amalfitano, Albert R 1900 W. 3rd St., Wilmington, Del. 

Atella, Ernest F 1522 Federal St., Phila. 46, Pa. 

Athens, William J 1649 Church St., Ambridge, Pa. 

Atkins, Anita H Gardner Estate, Old Westbury, N. Y. 

Atkins, Robert L 1536 N. 15th St., Phila., Pa. 

Austin, Eugene P 653 Locust St., Columbia, Pa. 

Barker, Samuel P Box 35, Marlboro, N. J. 

Bear, Robert S. 327 Walnut St., LeMoyne, Pa. 

Belsky, Daniel H 6906 N. 19th St., Phila., Pa. 

Bilski, Stanley W 4833 Pine St., Phila., Pa. 

Blank, Bernard E 2'679 Aramingo Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Broskey, Richard D 3742 Manayunk Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Burge, Lester K., Jr 2514 Jefferson St., Wilmington, Del. 

Carnicky, Richard B 772 Kossuth St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Castiglione, Ettore R 1631 E. Passyunk Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Chace, Henry V 717 Broad St., Providence, R. I. 

Charney, Norman M 156 Newport St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Chernov, Paul K 331 Rodney St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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CIminera, Anthony S 1332 So. 31st St., Phlla., Pa. 

Cooper, Arthur 108 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Phlla., Pa. 

Cooperimlth, Morton S R-F-D- I. Slcklemlle, N. J. 

Crlscione, Joseph P - 62? East 221st St., New York, N. Y. 

Deighan, Richard A 610 Grove St., Haddonfleld, N. J. 

De Marco, Arthur F ._. 1725 Moore St., Phlla., Pa. 

Duncombe, Mrs. Ruth c/o Cookingham, Sherwood Park, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

berhardt, Herman L 252 W. Godfrey Ave., Phlla., Pa. 

Leonard R 300 E. 9th St., Chester, Pa. 

licker, Jerome 1 1235 Cardeza St., Phlla., Pa. 

oster Howard R 7432 Barclay Rd., Cheltenham, Pa. 

Allan R 5010 N. 5th St., Phila., Pa. 

Garland, Theodore C 5047 Hazel St., Phila., Pa. 

Giuliani, Charles 122 East Third St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Goodman, Donald A. 107 S. 58th St., Phila., Pa. 

Greer, Robert C. Ill Box 28, Wallingford, Pa. 

Harding, John T. Jr. 392 Dartmouth St., Buffalo 15, N. Y. 

Heins, Wesley Jr. 2104 W. Tioga St., Phila., Pa. 

Heiser. John J 6! W. 5th St., Bayonne, N. J. 

Herricic, Stuart B •. 34 Russwin Rd., New Britain, Conn. 

Horshey Herbert S 2041 Holland Ave., Bronx 60, N. Y. 

Hoclcstein, Richard D 4811 N. 9th St., Phila., Pa. 

Jaspan Melvin G 5742 Addison St., Phlla., Pa. 

Jordan, Lawrence J 16 W. Rockland St., Phila., Pa. 

Keller, Alex J 118 9th St., Bridgeport, Pa. 

Kip, Walter S. 2nd Sycamore Farms, Audubon, Pa. 

Kirirdes, Lazarus M 306 Wyndmoor Ave., Springfield, Pa. 

Kliger, Erwin, H 134 Legion Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

Klimash, Walter Waymart, Pa. 

Knee, Norman S 4924 Chancellor St., Phila., Pa. 

Kramlich, James C 1833 Lincoln Ave., Northampton, Pa. 

Kuehn, Herman P 128 Elmwood Ave., Union, N. J. 

Kuiper, Dale W. 154! Hillcrest N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Leone, Anthony G. 1818 S. 15th St., Phila., Pa. 

Lindenbaum, Ellis J 6038 Baltimore Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Longenecker, William W 142 N. Ellsworth St., Allentown, Pa. 

Mac Auslan, Robert C 70 Berlin St., Worchester, Mass. 

Mackey, Homer F R.D. #1, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Maika, Michael A 4242 Salmon St., Phila., Pa. 

Malamut, Marvin H 1429 Nedro Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Mallon, James J 810 Hoffnagle St., Phila., Pa. 



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Marturano, Anthony V. 733 Carpenter St., Phila., Pa. 

Masterson, Eleanor V 163 Linwood St., Brooklyn 8, N. Y. 

Miller, Lawrence E 1274 Levicic St., Phila., Pa. 

Montrom, Stanley C M38 Spruce St., Easton, Pa. 

Papp, Michael J 107 Henry St., Trenton, N. J. 

Pappas, Arthur G 4611 189th St., Flushing 58, N. Y. 

Pearson, Robert W 4526 Millett St., Phila., Pa. 

Pepe, Harry N 2420 S. Rosewood St., Phila., Pa. 

Photis, John C 4012 L St., Phila., Pa. 

Pomeranti, Burton 2457 N. 2nd St., Phila., Pa. 

Port, Elliot B. 388 New York Ave., Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 

Rea, James F 22 Carlisle St., Bergentield, N. J. 

Reber, Lothar G 17 N. 3rd Ave., West Reading, Pa. 

Redliti, Milton R 33 Oxford Ave., Webster, Mass. 

Rente, Frederick W 31 Garrison Road, Williannsville, N. Y. 

Robb, Leo J 166 Upland Rd., Havertown, Pa. 

Rorro, Louis M 417 Chestnut Ave., Trenton 10, N. J. 

Rosner, Marvin L 5916 Kemble Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Rowley, Maurice S 548 Mt. Hope Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

Rudman, Solomon 1544 N. Franklin St., Phila. 22, Pa. 

Saponaro, Philip P Mil S.Wilton St., Phila., Pa. 

Sarama, Francis T 4474 Silverwood St., Phila., Pa. 

Schmidt, William A 115 S. Holly Ave., Maple Shade, N. J. 

Shumway, Douglas K 119 Jefferson Ave., River Edge, N. J. 

Simmons, Duane 31 Stiles Rd., Nixon Pike, Nixon, N. J. 

Simonsen, Verner M 710 N. James St., Rome, N. Y. 

Slifer, Harry L 721 Glenview St., Phila. II, Pa. 

Snow, Robert M 3900 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. 

Spear, Joseph E Oneonta, N. Y. 

Stanton, Donald F 180 Elmira St., Troy, N. Y. 

Stein, Edwin Z 8341 Thovron St., Phila., Pa. 

Sulman, Jerome H 5239 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

Triehy, Herbert E 34 Spring St., Belfast, Maine 

Trimble, Arthur A Moultrie, Ga. 

Vaslle, Salvatore R 2124 S. 20th St., Phila., Pa. 

Wagner, William C 9 S. 4th St., Steelton, Pa. 

Weiser, Burton K 900 Chestnut St., Camden, N. J. 

Weiss, Paul W 4175 Leidy Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Whitaker, Richard W 5038 Wakefield St., Phila., Pa. 

Willoughby, Walter 270 Jonquil PL, Pittsburgh 34, Pa. 

Xanthopoulos, James E 288 Barney St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Zaroff, Ralph 4238 Parkside Ave., Phila., Pa. 



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