• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Title Page
 Foreword
 Dedication
 Administration
 Class of 1967
 Anatomical sciences
 Biochemistry
 Physiology
 Pathology
 Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Medicine
 Surgery
 Psychiatry
 Obstetrics-gynecology
 Pediatrics
 General clinic
 Radiology
 Ophthalmology
 Senior externships abroad
 Activities, class of 1967
 Senior wives
 Children
 Publications, class of 1967
 Activities, UF college of...
 Sports
 The colloquium
 SAMA
 Medico wives
 Retrospectroscope staff
 Class of 1968
 Class of 1969
 Class of 1970
 Internships 1967
 Faculty sponsors
 County medical societies
 The oath of hippocrates
 Advertising
 The alumni
 Back Matter
 Back Cover






Group Title: Retrospectroscope
Title: Retrospectroscope. Vol. 4. 1967.
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 Material Information
Title: Retrospectroscope. Vol. 4. 1967.
Series Title: Retrospectroscope
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Creator: University of Florida. College of Medicine.
Steiner, Martin ( Editor )
Publisher: University of Florida. College of Medicine.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 1967
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Foreword
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Dedication
        Page 5
    Administration
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Class of 1967
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
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        Page 31
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        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
    Anatomical sciences
        Page 38
        Page 39
    Biochemistry
        Page 40
    Physiology
        Page 41
    Pathology
        Page 42
    Microbiology
        Page 43
    Pharmacology
        Page 44
    Medicine
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
    Surgery
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
    Psychiatry
        Page 52
        Page 53
    Obstetrics-gynecology
        Page 54
        Page 55
    Pediatrics
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
    General clinic
        Page 59
    Radiology
        Page 60
    Ophthalmology
        Page 61
    Senior externships abroad
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
    Activities, class of 1967
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
    Senior wives
        Page 70
    Children
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
    Publications, class of 1967
        Page 74
    Activities, UF college of medicine
        Page 75
    Sports
        Page 76
        Page 77
    The colloquium
        Page 78
        Page 79
    SAMA
        Page 80
    Medico wives
        Page 81
    Retrospectroscope staff
        Page 82
    Class of 1968
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
    Class of 1969
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
    Class of 1970
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
    Internships 1967
        Page 107
    Faculty sponsors
        Page 108
    County medical societies
        Page 109
    The oath of hippocrates
        Page 110
    Advertising
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
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        Page 125
        Page 126
        Page 127
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
    The alumni
        Page 132
    Back Matter
        Back Matter
    Back Cover
        Back Cover
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University of Florida
College of Medicine
Class of 1967
Gainesville, Florida
RETROSPECTROSCOPE
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'"Everything seems clearer when it is viewed
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"Construction" is the theme for RETROSPECTROSCOPE, 1967. Construction of both
our ever-growing Health Center complex and of ourselves, as we have been building
on our knowledge as prospective physicians.
We came here with only a meager foundation to which was added the framework of
medical knowledge and the concrete of experience. Just as the Health Center has
continued to grow, so will we continually expand upon our experience as we learn.
The class of 1967 is proud to be able to continue a tradition which was begun four
years ago. We hope to capture in this book the development of a physician and the
growth of a great medical center.


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ADMINISTRATION


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EMANUEL SUTER, M.D.
Dean
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HUGH M. HILL, M.D.
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs


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HAZEL DONEGAN
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CLASS OF 1967


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BARNEY JOE BARRON
LaBelle, Florida
Baylor University B.A.
Interest: Internal Medicine


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JOHN H. BAXT
West Palm Beach, Florida
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute B.S.
Interest: Medicine







TERRELL B. BOUNDS, JR.
Van Horn, Texas
University of Wyoming B.S.
Interest: Surgery


























DAVID L. BRYANT
Hamilton, Ohio
Miami University of Ohio B.S.
Interest: Surgery








DAVID WILLIAM BURNSED
Glen Saint Mary, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Surgery




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DONALD ROSS CAMPBELL
Albuquerque, New Mexico
United States Naval Academy B.S.
Interest: Family Practice






PAUL STANLEY CLAYTON
Gainesville, Florida
Stanford University-B.A.
Interest: Surgery


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RAY L. COLUMBARO
Vero Beach, Florida
Florida State University B.A.
Interest: Internal Medicine






WILLIAM S. COLVIN
Clearwater, Florida
Emory University B.A.
Interest: Pediatrics


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GEORGE MADISON CRAVEY, JR.
Jacksonville, Florida
University of Florida B. S.
Interest: General Practice







JOHN OLLIE EDMUNDS, JR.
DeLand, Florida
Stanford University B.A.
Interest: Surgery



























J. MURRAY FADIAL
Tampa, Florida
Florida State University B.A.
Interest: General Practice







RONALD JOSEPH FISCHER
Hollywood, Florida
University of Florida B.E.E.
Interest: Surgery





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KAY ELLEN GILMOUR
St. Petersburg, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Academic Internal Medicine







EDWARD W. GOTTI
Clark, New Jersey
Pennsylvania State University B. S.
Interest: Dermatology





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DUDLEY DECATUR GOLDEN III
Bradenton, Florida
Colorado School of Mines B.Ch.E.
Interest: Internal Medicine








ROBERT ALAN GREENBERG
Jacksonville, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: General Practice


























ROGER WOOLFORD HALL
Bradenton, Florida
Virginia Polytechnic Institute B.S.
Interest: Thoracic Surgery







JOHN DAVID HENDRIX
St. Augustine, Florida
University of Florida B.Ch.E.
Interest: General Practice


























PAUL MARK HOFFMAN
Hollywood, Florida
University of Florida B.A.
Interest: Neurology








RONICA MAHONEY KLUGE
St. Petersburg, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Academic Medicine




























MICHAEL DAVID KOHEN
Miami, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine








JOEL STUART KREPS
Miami Beach, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine


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KENNETH CARLYLE LASSETER
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Stetson University B.S.
Interest: Academic Medicine







PATRICK JAMES LAWRENCE
St. Petersburg, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine



























JO,E UMBERTO LEVI
Miami, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Surgery





FRANK W. McBRIDE
Miami, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Surgery


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MERCER L. McCLURE
Miami Beach, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine







LAMBERT PASCHAL McLAURIN JR.
Palm Springs, Florida
University of Florida B.A.
Interest: Obstetrics Gynecology



























WILLIAM F. MALZONE
St. Petersburg, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Neurology







BURTON W. MARSH
Montgomery, Alabama
Auburn University B.S.
Interest: Orthopedics

























JON KIMMERLE MILLER
New York, New York
Florida State University B.S.
Interest: Pathology







MAXINE JOANNA MOODY
Jacksonville, Florida
Florida State University B.A.
Interest: Medicine


























SAMUEL HENRY MOORER, JR.
Tallahassee, Florida
Harvard College B.A.
Interest: Pediatrics







WILLIAM CLARK MORGAN
Plant City, Florida
University of Florida B.Ch.E.
Interest: Family Practice





























ELLEN JANE MOSKOWITZ
Miami, Florida
Newcomb College
Interest: Psychiatry








JAMES PATRICK O'LEARY
Winter Haven, Florida
Belmont Abbey College B.S.
Interest: Surgery





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ROSILIE OSTERBIND
Gainesville, Florida
Southwestern at Memphis B.S.
Interest: Pathology








JAMES C. PENROD
St. Petersburg Beach, Florida
Michigan State University B.S.
Interest: Pediatrics


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JOHN EDWIN PERCHALSKI
Melbourne, Florida
University of Miami B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine







MICHAEL ROBERT PESKIN
Syracuse, New York
Syracuse University B.A.
Interest: Internal Medicine


























DAVID WILLIAM POWERS
Gainesville, Florida
Rollins College B.S.
Interest: Surgery







DENNIS FRANK PUPELLO
Tampa, Florida
University of Tampa B.S.
Interest: Pediatric Surgery


























LEE HARPER PURCELL
Mulberry, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Surgery







ROBERT B. RHOADES
Jacksonville, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Pediatrics

























KENNETH R. SAFKO
St. Petersburg, Florida
University of Florida B.M.E.
Interest: Ophthalmology







MARCIA C. SCHMIDT
Boulder, Colorado
University of Colorado B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine


























VICTOR SIDNEY SCHNEIDER
Jacksonville, Florida
University of Florida B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine







DUKE HILL SCOTT
Atlantic Beach, Florida
Florida State University B.S.
Interest: Family Practice























JOHN EDGAR SHIPPEY, JR.
Jacksonville, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Surgery














BERNARD J. SIMBARI
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Family Practice














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RUSSELL DONALD SIMBARI
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Medicine











MARTIN ROTH STEINER
Miami, Florida
Florida State University-B.A.
Interest: Neurology
























JAMES McNEIL THOMAS
Jacksonville, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Surgery







STEPHEN BURTON VOGEL
New York, New York
Tufts University-B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine


























JOHN E. WALTON
Crescent City, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Family Practice







BARRY JOSEPH WVECKESSER
Treasure Island, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine


















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CHARLES CLAIBORNE WILHELM
Jacksonville, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine








STEPHEN RUSSELL ZELLNER
Miami, Florida
University of Florida-B.S.
Interest: Internal Medicine


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Two years with books and microscopes, test tubes, rabbits,
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physicals-and people-
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ANATOMICAL SCIENCES


Histology,


Gross


Anatomy,


Neuroanatomy.


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WE BEGAN WITH THE CELL,
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D. C. Goodman, Ph.D., Chairman


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J. J. Bernstein, Ph.D.


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E. M. Johnson, Ph.D.


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W. P. Callahan, Ph.D.


J. A. Horel, Ph.D.


G. A. Gavan, Ph.D.


E. A. Kallenbach, Ph.D.


S. Kaplan, Ph.D.


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BIOCHEMISTRY...

AND THE INTRICATE FUNCTIONING OF THE MOLE-
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H. Kitchen, D.V.M., Ph.D.


A. L. Koch, Ph.D.


W. Dempsey, Ph.D.







PHYSIOLOGY
WE STUDIED THE WORKINGS OF THE
HEALTHY ORGANISM...


D. A. Belkin, Ph.D.


S. Cassin, Ph.D.


W. N. Stainsby, Sc.D.


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E. B. Wright, Ph.D.


M. J. Fregly, Ph.D.


R. L. King, Ph.D.







PATHOLOGY

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S. AND WITH THE CORNERSTONE LAID, BEGAN
THE STUDY OF DISEASE PROCESSES...


J. Edwards, M.D., Chairman


V. Arean, M.D.


G. H. Collins, M.D.


R. Echevarria, M.D.


R. L. Hackett, M.D.


C. I. Hood, M.B. R. Lambert, Ph.D.


F. W. Sunderman, Jr., J. C. Woodard, Ph.D.
M.D.


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MICROBIOLOGY
.. DISEASE CAUSES ...


J. J. Cebra, Ph.D.


P. A. Small, Jr., M.D., Chairman


SW Clm, Ph..
L. W. Clem, Ph.D.


R. B. Crandall, Ph.D. G. E. Gifford, Ph.D. G. W. Hunter, III, J. W. Shands, M.D.
Ph.D.







PHARMACOLOGY

SW .. AND CURATIVE MEASURES.


T. H. Maren, M.D., Chairman


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W. W. Oppe, M.D.
W. W. Oppelt, M.D.


P. Byvoet, M.D., Ph.D. K. C. Leibman, Ph.D.


T. F. Muther, Ph.D.


D. Travis, M.D.


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MEDICINE


IN THE THIRD YEAR
THE SHARP EYE...


WE ACQUIRED, SLOWLY, THE CLINICAL SKILLS OF THE PHYSICIAN-


L. E. Cluff, M.D., Chairman


L. E. Crevasse, M.D.


W Fisher, M.D. G. Freund M.D. J. R. Green, M.D.
W. R. Fisher, M.D. G. Freund, M.D. J.R. Green, M.D.


W. A. Hall, M.D.


M. Greer, M.D.

















J. E. Johnson, III, J. C. Kniffen, M.D. J. W. Linhart, M.D.
M.D.


S. P. Martin, M.D. A. H. Nevis, Ph.D.,
M.D.


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W. E. Sanders, M.D.


T. F. Newcomb, M.D.


W. D. Noyes, M.D.


D. T. Quick. M.D.




















R. P. Schmidt, M.D.







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Medical House Staff: Top row L to R, Browne, All
row L to R, Mandy, Tubbs, D. Harris, Strum, Mon


J. C. Shipp, M.D.


D. L. Shires, M.D.


E. W. Swenson, M.D.


W. J. Taylor, M.D. W. C. Thomas, Jr., B. J. Wilder, M.D.
M.D.


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SURGERY


THE SURE HAND...


E. F. Ackell, D.M.D., M.D. N. B. Andersen, M.D.


E. R. Woodward, M.D., Chairman
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W. C. Allen, M.D.


A. H. Anton, Ph.D. B. W. Brawley, M.D.


T. D. Bartley, M.D.


T. W. Andersen, M.D.




















L. R. Dragstedt, M.D.,
Ph.D.


D. M. Drylie, M.D.


M. M. Eisenberg, M.D.


W. F. Enneking, M.D.


R. M. Fry, M.D. L. T. Furlow, M.D.


F. Garcia, M.D.


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H. P. Hogshead, M.D.
H. P. Hogshead, M.D.


J. S. Gravenstein, M.D.


Housestaff-Back row I. to r. Bertuch, Quintana, Frist, Holloway, McLaughlin,
Sabiston. Front row I. to r. Simpson, Vasconez, Goldman, Bauer, Deaton.


M. J. Jurkiewicz, D.D.S., M.D.


. Greenlee, M.D.
T. Greenlee, M.D.



























G. Miller, Jr., M.D.


H. Perkins, M.D. W. W. Pfaff, M.D.


H. L. Roberts, Ph.D., M.D.


G. T. Singleton, M.D. A. G. Tetlow, M.D.


M. W. Wheat, Jr., M.D.







PSYCHIATRY

THE ABILITY TO HEAR THE UNSPOKEN WORDS...


P. L. Adams, M.D.


S. A. Banks, B.D.


R. L. Williams, M.D., Chairman


F. Carrera, M.D.


R. S. Clemmons, M.D.


G. W. Barnard, M.D.


R. D. Coddington,
M.D.


D. R. Coggins, M.D. C. P. Deminico, M.D.


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M. B. Jones, Ph.D.


L. G. Nuernberger


E. G. Newman, M.D. D. R. Offord, M.D.


E. A. Lars


W. C. Ruffin, Jr., M.D.


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A. L. Fabrick, M.S.W.


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J. J. Schwab, M.D.


R. M. Vaughn, M.D.






OBSTETRICS-GYNECOLOGY

Asp %% -,- AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF LIFE'S BEGINNINGS...


J. R. Cotter, M.D.


H. Prystowsky, M.D., Chairman


H. M. Hill, M.D.


M. W. Heine, M.D. V. G. Stenger, M.D.






















K. W. Mc Kerns, Ph.D.


H. W. Mendenhall, M.D.


Housestaff I to r: McCurdy, Weeks, McLean, Morrison, Hardman, Turner.


D. S. Menzies. M.D.







PEDIATRICS


..AND DEVELOPMENT.


R. T. Smith, M.D., Chairman


F. L. Debusk, M.D.


I. H. Gessner, M.D.


L. J. Krovetz, M.D., Ph.D.


D. V. Eitzman, M.D.


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A. E. Lorincz, M.D.


H. A. Pearson, M.D.


W. E. Weil, M.D.







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G. L. Schiebler, M.D., Ph.D.


T. G. McLoughlin, M.D.


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Dr. Butscher and students.


L. Van Mierop, M.D.


Housestaff-top row I. to r. Scott, Brown, Doughten, Andriola, Fisher, Miller,
Eddleman. Bottom row I. to r. Carr, Adler, Sunderman, Jackson, Victorica.


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FOR INTEGRATION
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GENERAL CLINIC


E. D. Bird, M.D.


W. J. Coggins, M.D. H. E. Meleney, M.D.


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. THE ADDITION OF FURTHER
SKILLS..


RADIOLOGY


C. E. Bender, M.D.


R. R. Million, M.D.


T. Muth, M.D.


C. M. Williams, M.D., Ph.D.,
Chairman


F. O. Agee, M.D.


P. C. Hodges, M.D., Ph.D. S. W. Smith, M.D.


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OPHTHALMOLOGY


H Kaufman M.D., Chairman
H. E. Kaufman, M.D., Chairman


N. Ballin, M.D.


M. L. Rubin, M.D.


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A CHANCE FOR ELECTIVES, FOR TRAVEL.

Senior Externships Abroad











Barney Barron -Guys Hospital, London, England-Medicine.
Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, Scotland-
Cardiology.
John Baxt -University of West Indies Hospital, Kingston, Jamaica-
Medicine.
David Bryant -Institute National de la Nutrition, Mexico City, Mexico-
Surgery.
Paul Clayton -SKF fellowship to Marbel, Catabato, Philippines.
Western Infirmary, University of Glasgow, Scotland-
General Surgery.
Ray Columbaro-University of Antiquoia, Medillen, Columbia-Infectious
Disease.
William Colvin -St. Thomas Hospital, London, England-Pediatrics.
John Edmunds -Karolinska Sjukhuset, Stockholm, Sweden-Cardio-Vascu-
lar Surgery.
Ronald Fischer -Institute National de la Nutrition, Mexico City, Mexico-
Surgery.
Burton Marsh -Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopedic Hospital,
Oswestry, England-Orthopedics.
Dennis Pupello -University of Antiquoia, Medillen, Columbia-Infectious
Disease.








IN THIS FOUR YEARS, DEPARTMENTS GAINED NEW STAFFS, NEW CHAIRMEN, NEW
ROOMS AND BUILDiNGS. SOME OF THE MEN WE WORKED WITH LEFT, BUT CONSTRUC-
TION HAS CONTINUED, AND IS FAR FROM COMPLETE.


Cestaric, M.D.


Copenhaver,
M.D.


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Ellis, M.D. Evans, M.D. Gennaro, Ph.D.


Henry, M.D. Guest, M.D. Little, M.D. Levin, M.D. Olson, Ph.D.


Pattishall, M.D.


Putnam, Ph.D. Regan, M.D.


Roop, M.D., Steffen, M.D.
Ph.D.


Walton, M.D. Weaver, M.D.


Ainslie, M.D.


Bates, Ph.D.


Wilson, Ph.D.







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How many springs, then, shall I lose in study
As payment for my aspirations?
Days limp by, here in this heavy air
Thick with the smells of sleepless nights
And old with libraries. Outside is loveliness-
And though the blinds are closed, or rooms built
windowless against their coming,
The sunlight bends round corners to touch my shoulder
And new-leaved trees, like children, call to me
to put away my books and come to see the sky.
I cannot join them, being no longer child
And bound to dreams that can find substance only
Here in a world of smooth, blank walls and men.
And I who loved the glowing colors of spring
Will live years, yet here in this neutral season
Before I can give someone else a spring
Joyous as those I lost.




MEDICAL SCHOOL-THIRD YEAR



This, then, is the transition.
No more the hours of reading
When the world spins down and centers
Into the twelve by fourteen spaces of a printed page
But now we learn in three dimensions-from the hands,
the eyes, the faces-
And in the fourth dimension, which is grief and joy-
And the world expands and widens into a hundred worlds
Contained within the narrow, sheltering halls.




MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATION



Yes, surely there were springs I lost in study-
Bright days that passed unnoticed in a haze of work.
But now that time is past and I stand blinking, smiling
Here in the festive sunlight of this special June,
Standing on the threshold of the summer-my summer-
And in the air the promise of the young and ripening fruit.
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Activities, Class of 1967


Serious and not-so-serious-
Building friendships, building families-
Setting the groundwork for continuing research
projects-
Or generally goofing off.


CLASS OFFICERS-PAST AND PRESENT
1963-64 John Walton, Chairman
Victor Schneider, Vice-Chairman
1964-65 Kenneth Safko, Chairman
David Bryant, Vice-Chairman
1965-66 David Bryant, Chairman
William Morgan, Vice-Chairman
1966-67 Ronald Fischer, Chairman
J. Patrick O'Leary, Vice-Chairman






Party locations were many and varied .


the Village Park .


the student lounge


football stadium .














the Elks Club for a fish fry and game
listening party .


Cedar Key for a
fish feast ..


post-pharmacology


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and the day we proved alcohol was really intoxicating.




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SENIOR WIVES


Kathy Scott


Frima Hoffman


Vicki Zellner


Ise Hendrix


Ginger Baxt


Barbara Steiner


Dovey Schneider


Elizabeth Rhoades


Sylvia Barron


Pat Campbell







CHILDREN

OF THE
CLASS OF 1967


Elizabeth Cravey


Julie Steiner


David Levi


Elizabeth & Debbie Scott


Beverly Hoffman


John & Karen Hendrix

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Elizabeth Rhoades


Winifred O'Leary


Christian, Kimmerle, Jason, Leslie Miller


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MORE CHILDREN,
SOME WITH THEIR MOTHERS


Lauren McClure


John & Jerusha Fadial


Mark & Susan Safko


Joy Barron


Lynn & Dennis Pupello


Grace McLaurin


72 Julie & Julie Anne Morgan


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Carey &( Cathy Campbell
















































































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page 120.









PUBLICATIONS, CLASS OF 1967


Jurkiewicz, M. J. and D. L. Bryant. Studies of genetic and teratogenic causation of facial clefts in dogs. Fla.
Cleft Palate J. 1:7, 1966.

Cravey, G. M. and J. S. Gravenstein. Effects of thyroxin, corticosteriods and epinephrine on atrial rate. J. Pharm.
& Exp. Ther. 148:75, 1965.

Gilmour, K. E. and K. McKearns. Insulin and estrogen regulation of lipid synthesis in adipose tissue. Biochem. et
Biophys. Acta 116:220, 1966.

Hoffman, P. M., S. R. Zellner, and J. A. Olson. Metabolic activities of sloughed cells from the jejunal mucosa of
dogs with Thiry-Vella loops. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. & Mad. 124:1171, 1967.

Palmer, R. F., K. C. Lasseter and S. Melvin. Stimulation of Na+ and K+ dependent ATP-ase by ouabain. Arch.
Biochem. & Biophys. 113:629, 1966.

Levi, J. U. Microscopic anatomy and ultrastructure of the nervous system in the earthworm, Lumbricus sp., with
emphasis on the relationship between glial cells and neurons. J. Compar. Neurol. 127:489, 1966.

McLaurin, L. P. Placental transfer of iron. Amer. J. Ob. Gyn. In press.

Malzone, W. F. Neuroglial relationship in the thoracic ganglion of the fiddler crab. J. Compar. Neurol. 127:511, 1966.

Miller, J. K., V. Arean and R. L. Hackett. Sindrome de Goodpasture. Prog. de Palol. y Clin. 13:7, 1966.

Moody, M. J. Immunoelectrophoresis. J. Med. Tech. 32:250, 1966.

Peskin, M., G. Newton, and M. Brin. Thiamine deficiency, infantile manipulation and startle response in rats. Amer.
J. Nutrition. In press.

Rhoades, R. Histochemistry and cytochemistry of the poison apparatus of the cottonmouth water moccasin. Submitted
for publication.

Schmidt, M. C., A. Lewis, E. D. Bird, and W. C. Thomas, Jr. The effects of induced hypercalcemia on the activity of
the parathyroid glands. Am. J. Path. 48:439, 1966.

Shippey, J., V. Schneider, J. C. Shipp and M. Fried. Lipoproteins and the release of lipase from perfused rat hearts.
Enzymalogia 30:326, 1966.

Thomas, J.- M. Metabolism of C14 labelled endogenous lipids in the isolated perfused rat heart. Science 143:371,
1964.

Wilson, J., H. Merrick, S. B. Vogel and E. W. Woodward. Hyperparathyroid-like state in rabbits with VX2 carcincoma.
The Amer. Surgeon 31:145, 1965.

Vogel, S. B., W. F. Enneking and W. C. Thomas, Jr. Effect of thyroparathyroidectomy in hypercalcemia associated
with malignancy. Endocrin. In press.

Zellner, S. R., et. al. Growth and multiplication of R. glutinis as determined by viable and total cell counts. Antonie
von Leeuwenhoek 20:203, 1963.

Zellner, S. R. and E. Sanders. The staphylococcal carrier state in juvenile diabetics. Submitted for publication.








Activities, UF College of Medicine


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(L-R) Back row: L. P. McLaurin, Pres.; G.
Bloom; D. D. Goulden; J. U. Levi; W.


M. Cravey; J. P. O'Leary; S. B. Vogel. Front row: T.
F. Malzone, Vice-Pres. Not pictured-Paul Hoffman


The AOA Honorary Medical Society is composed of medical students selected on the basis of
scholarship, personal honesty and potential leadership, and faculty members with distinctive achieve-
-ments in the art and practice of scientific medicine.







SPORTS


The sports active Class of 1967 found
itself on the athletic field long before
it came to the front academically.
Football-A team made up mostly of
,. .j. classmates lost only 3 games in 4 years.
SHighlight--the city championship in
1964.

of medical students and housestaff,
played in the City League and went
to the AAU district tournaments in
1963, 1965, and 1966.
Softball-Teams in the City League-
1964, 1965.
The golf course was in use throughout
the year as were the handball and tennis
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The Colloquium
Originated by the Class of 1967, The Colloquium is a lec-
l ture society, having as its purpose the enrichment of the
intellectual life' of the medical school by discussions of the
history, politics, philosophy and art of medicine.
S~Most medical school hours are spent in acquiring an ava-
lanche of medical facts and skills, leaving little time for the
student to critically examine the purpose and effects of the
T"P use of his knowledge. The judicious combination of these
facts and skills with the wisdom and experience which pro-
duces the "art of medicine" is the student's lifetime goal.
The Colloquium (from the Latin-the meeting and speaking
of people) is planned to serve as a forum for these ideas.
Its speakers have included Dr. Rene Dubos, Dr. Rene Men-
guy, Dr. Maurice Jurkiewicz, Dr. Lester Dragstedt, Dr. Hugh
Hill, Dr. Frank Slaughter, Dr. Jape Taylor, and Dr. James
Murdoch.
J. O. Edmunds, Chairman


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SAMA


SAMA continued to serve the student body by sponsoring
social activities, panel programs, book sales, and a news-
paper.


Our president, William Kohler, has been
Region I, and our officers have represented
SAMA conferences.
Faculty sponsors: Dr. Robert Cade and Dr.


secretary for
us in national

Frank DeBusk


L-R: Michael Peskin, VP; Charles Curry, VP;
William Kohler, Pres.; Leslie Ellwood, MS3 rep.;
and Kenneth Alonso, sec-treas.


L-R: Class representatives-David Clarkson,
MS2; Lou Gallo, MS2; Michael Mass, MSI;
Chapin Henley, MS3, and Jon Sattler, MSI.








MEDICO WIVES


Senior wives: Front row (L-R)-Bev Bounds, Pres.; Aija Gotti; Mrs. Thomas
Bartley, Advisor; Jean Perchalski. Back row-Mary Jane Clayton; Betty Goul-
den; Ginger Baxt; Kathy Scott; Kay Penrod.


This organization of medical student wives has a variety of social and
service functions. New wives are welcomed and made to feel at home
in the community. Bridge lessons, game nights, pot luck suppers, and
lecture programs are held frequently during the year. This year, a
rummage sale was held, the proceeds of which purchased 12 cots for
the St. Augustine Parochial School. In addition, a party was given for
the children at the Sunshine School.


Rummage sale at JHMHC.


Slide show following pot luck supper.







Retrospectroscope Staff


Ellen Moskowitz


Murray Fadial, Martin Steiner


Editor: Martin Steiner
Asst.' Editor: Murray Fadial
Photography: Martin Steiner, Murray Fadial, Barry Weck-
esser
Business Manager: Victor Schneider
Business Staff: Marcia Schmidt, Michael Kohen
Copy Editor: Ellen Moskowitz
Assistant Staff: Juniors-Roland Weinsier, Mary Beth
Seay, Woody Rogers; Sophomores-Ben Guedes, Stuart
Dupuy; Freshmen-Don Dickerson
Special thanks to: Donna Moorer, Julie Morgan, Jaye
Quarles, Barbara Steiner, and Medical Photography.


Marcia Schmidt, Victor Schneider, Michael Kohen


Barry Weckesser






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Bartlett, J.
Bethencourt, A.
Bloom, T.
Braman, D.




Bruce, D.
Caffee, H.
Chinoy, D.
Cox, C.
Dennis, M.




Dobbins, P.
Ellwood, L.
Fannin, W.
Feely, R.
Fennell, R.




Fevrier, A.
Finkelor, T.
Gelman, S.
Grate, M.
Greenmen, W.




Hall, R.
Hammersberg, J.
Helfert, B.
Henley, C.
Hentz, V.


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Highley, M.
Holland, H.
Huber, F.
Jenkins, D.
Kohler, W.




Korbly, M.
Litt, R.
Luthin, R.
Lynn, B.
Martin, H.




Miller, C.
Murphy, W.
Onne, J.
Pearce, H.
Polly, S.




Raulerson, J.
Rogers, W.
Rubin, J.
Rush, J.
Schang, S.




Schiff, D.
Schwartz, R.
Seay, M.
Siegel, E.
Storrie, M.


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Swyers, J.


Syfrett, T.


Vaughan, E.


Weaver, R.


Weinsier, R.


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Before reaching the wards we practiced .
PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS ...


A typical day in the cubes.


Seay using the halitosinometer.


"It's o.k. Frank, you only look a little cross-eyed."


"You're right Bob, it's
perfect for a mushroom
farm, dark, dank, and
hollow."


Would you be-
lieve, physical
diagnosis?







We met trials and tribulations as we began the
third year rotations- MEDICINE .


"90 cc's of castor oil is too adequate a prep, Weinsier."


"I'll bet Leeuwenhoek saw more
than I do."


"WHEW!"










... SURGERY...


Would you believe a hole in the head.


"Sure Bob, you can help. Run get us some coffee."


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learned
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While visions of sugar plums
danced in their heads.







... OB-GYN ...


Lady in waiting.


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Held over: pregnant with laughs.


I christen thee .......


Only in Ob-Gyn-everyone's awake!








... PEDIATRICS ...


"About 8'ish; now, about the kid."


Our Dr. Spock.


It's the bat signal!!! "That's not measles. I didn't clean the slide."


Relaxing in the haven of culinary atrocities.







... PSYCHIATRY...


"Motoric therapy turns me on."


"Dr. Barnard, tell Lia to let me
on the floor.'




"I like horseradish, but my patients don't."


. AND OTHER LOOSE ENDS ..


Wonder Warthog returns!!!


In the best tradition.










CLASS OF 1969


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Bloodworth, L.
Broder, L.
Carney, F.
Cepeda, M.







Clarkson, D.
Comely, H.
Couch, C.
Curry, R.
Deal, T.








Diehl, E.
Dodson, M.
Downs, J.
DuPuy, S.
Finlayson, G.







Geckler, R.
Graham, J.
Guedes, B.
Halpert, E.
Hankins, G.








Hughes, R.
Hunt, S.
Jones, M.
Kasdin, J.
Knight, M.


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Lattimore, N.
LeClerc, M.
McWilliams, N.
Marshall, W.
Martin, L.








Mathers, D.
Miller, R.
Mitchell, F.
Palatinus, J.
Parsons, R.








Ramsay, R.
Reavell, G.
Renn, W.
Revell, J.
Rice, W.








Rosenshein, N.
Sher, H.
Sigfred, S.
Smith, L.
Souder, D.








Staples, S.
Steinmetz, E.
Stern, R.
St. Petery, L.
Sullivan, R.








Sutton, D.
Tullis, C.
Watson, R.
Wells, P.
Yaeger, C.


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I'll kiss anything for an "S"!















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This could give a guy an ulcer.


"Look men! Now they've got a skin test for VD."


"My God, Watson! I said sub-9, not IV!!"








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For the final, we had a control group.















You see, Dr. Kasdin has M. Auodoini too.









WE SPEND OUR SPARE TIME ...


learning physical diagnosis? .


or just hanging around .


or playing the seniors in football.


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