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 Front Cover
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Dedication
 Introduction
 Faculty and staff
 Seniors
 Class officers
 Class advisor 1969-1970
 Internship announcements
 Administration
 Retrospectroscope staff
 Class of 1970
 Class of 1971
 Class of 1972
 Class of 1973
 Graduation College of Medicine...
 Sponsors
 Back Cover
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Retrospectroscope. 1970.
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Title: Retrospectroscope. 1970.
Series Title: Retrospectroscope
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Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 1970
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
        Front Cover 3
    Frontispiece
        Page 1
    Title Page
        Page 2
    Dedication
        Page 3
    Introduction
        Page 4
        Page 5
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    Faculty and staff
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    Seniors
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    Class officers
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    Class advisor 1969-1970
        Page 80
    Internship announcements
        Page 81
    Administration
        Page 82
    Retrospectroscope staff
        Page 83
    Class of 1970
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    Class of 1971
        Page 96
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    Class of 1972
        Page 99
        Page 100
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    Class of 1973
        Page 102
        Page 103
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    Graduation College of Medicine 1970
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        Page 109
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        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
    Sponsors
        Page 115
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avarice, nor miserliness, nor the thirlt for glory, nor for a great
reputation engage m mind; for the enemieS of trt and philanthropy
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Yearbook Dedication


Dr. George T. Harrell
The first Dean of the University
of Florida Medical School


3' have three personal ideals. One, to do the day ' work wetl
and not to bother about the morrow. 7he second, to act the
Golden Rule, ad far as in my lay, towards my professional
brethern and towards the patient committed to my care. .he
third, has been to cultivate such measures of equanimity as
would enable me to bear success with humility."
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growing concern about Jlorlda's health needs became vocal during the Second
World War. Dbr. 57iert, who had been reluctant to press or eitablishment of a
medical school until more adequate Support was aSdured for existing unit of the
University, made a public statement recognizing the need and indicating that if
Florida was to have a medical school, the logical location for duch an institution
would be gainesville because of its central location and the benefits to be derived
from an affiliation with the University. Jhis desire was shared by other 5loridiand
and resulted in the State CLegslature in 1943 recommending the estallishment of
SchoolS of Miedicine, aenidtry, and pharmacy in 7lorida without allowing any
funds or stipulating any location. Nothing further waS done until April, 1949
when a bell waS passed which authorized the creation and establishment of medical
and nursing schoolS at the UniverSity of 7lorida. Finally in April, 1953 the
oLeislature appropriated five million dollarS for the building of a medical science
building to house the Colleged of Medicine and lurS ing on the campus of the
University of Florida.

On March 28, 1955, the cornerstone for the Miedical Science Bjuilding was
laid. Construction was completed in the fall of 1956, arely in time for the first
medical class of 48 students. Jhe Jeaching Josplita opened in October, 1958. By
the Spring of 1960, approval of the curriculum and full accreditation were given to
the College of MYedicine by the Jmerican Medical adsociation and A dsociation
of American Medical Colleged, and on )une 6, 1960, the college of Medicine
graduated itd first medical clads of forty students. 5hus, eleven year had elapsed
from the time the J-or;da Leglslature voted to build a medical school until the
first students were actually graduated, while seventeen year elapsed from the time
the first plan were made . ..
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Medical Science Building under construction in September, 1955.









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Since the first graduating class in June, 1960, over 470 medical students have been graduated from the
College of Medicine. Graduates are now in 35 states. Over 200 medical graduates have remained or returned
to Florida.
Former students now on the faculty of the College of Medicine include:


Dr. Mark V. Barrow
Class of 1960
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine


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Assistant Professor
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Class of 1961
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Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
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Members of the Housestaff who are graduates of the University of Florida College of Medicine.


Dr. Robert Batey Dr. Richard Julius
Class of 1966 Class of 1966


Dr. Rodney Brimhall
Class of 1964


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Dr. James Potter
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Dr. Michael Pickering
Class of 1963


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Jerald J. Bernstein, Ph.D.
Carl M. Feldherr, Ph.D.
Sallie B. Freeman, Ph.D.
Robert L. Isaacson, Ph.D.
E. Marshall Johnson, Ph.D.


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Ernst A. Kallenbach, Ph.D.
Stanley Kaplan, Ph.D.
Lynn Haydock Larkin, Ph.D.
Douglas R. Robertson, Ph.D.
Willie Sanders.


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BIOCHEMISTRY




Robert G. Langdon, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman


I'm sure that's rat feces!


Charles Allen, Ph.D.
Paul W. Chun, Ph.D.
Melvin Fried. Ph.D.
Hyram Kitchen, D.V.M., Ph.D.


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Super Jew emerges


It's a new jewish cigarette filter "gefilda tip".


There must be a better way to test for urine
sugar.

Thomas W. O'Brien, Ph.D.
Eugene G. Sander, Ph.D.
Abraham M. Stein, Ph.D.
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Arthur B. Otis, Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman


Just two shots of testosterone?


Daniel A. Belkin, Ph.D.
Sidney Cassin, Ph.D.
Melvin J. Fregly, Ph.D.
Robert Lee King, Ph.D.


One of the girls in our class has found a way to pay her tuition.


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It's a dog's life.


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John Bacon Munson, Ph.D.
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MICROBIOLOGY


Parker A. Small, Jr., M.D.
Professor and Chairman


You have to be a "sucker" to be a
doctor.


Those "deep-sea doodles" do it to him every-
time.


Herman Beer, M.D.
William L. Clem, Ph.D.
Richard B. Crandall, Ph.D.
Charles L. Cusumano, Ph.D.
George E. Gifford, Ph.D.
Carlo Moscovici, Ph.D.


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And there were chickens.


If you crank the handle the bacteria "strip".


Edward P. Previc, Ph.D.
Ira C. Rosen, Ph.D.
Joseph Shands, M.D.
Emanuel Suter, M.D.






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PATHOLOGY


Richard T. Smith, M.D.
Professor and Chairman


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William Robert Adams, M.D.
William Adler, M.D.
George H. Collins, M.D.
C. A. Crandall, Ph.D.
Rene Echevarria, M.D.
Raymond L. Hackett, M.D.
lan C. Hood, M.B., Ch.B.


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First Row: R. Suffois; A. Gallardo; M. Cho.
Second Row: W. Hardy; R. Bustamante; K. Alonso; J. Potter;


Paul A Klein, Ph.D.
Sigurd J. Normann, Ph.D., M.D.
K. Kendall Pierson, M.D.
John Savory, Ph.D.
Harold R. Stanley, D.D.S.
Perry O. Teague, Ph.D.
James C. Woodward, D.V.M., Ph.D.


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Thomas H. Maren, M.D.
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Kenneth C. Leibman, Ph.D.
Thomas F. Muther, Ph. D.
Walter W. Oppelt, M.D.
David M. Travis, M.D.
Betty P. Vogh, Ph.D.


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PSYCHIATRY


Robert Williams, M.D.
Professor and Chairman


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Imagine telling all your problems to a group like this.


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Paul L. Adams, M.D.
Samuel A. Banks, B.D.
George W. Barnard, M.D.
Stuart N. Cahoon, M.D.
Frank Carrera, 1ll, M.D.
Deborah R. Coggins, M.D.
Sidney B. Denman, Ph.D.


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First Row: H. Kuch: A. Godbey; C. Walker; R. Williams, Chairman; S. Appor-
tela; Second Row: P. Cushman; M. Grossman; J. Stein; G. Aportela; R. Leaver-
ton; Rodriguez: A. Cornheaver; Third Row: A. Hampton; J. Guerra; R. Ader-
hold; Bellino; G. Bose; B. Davis.


SRichard E. Gordon, M.D.
Ismet Karacan, M.D.
Michael James Kehoe, M.D.
Sol Kramer, Ph.D.
,, , Harvey Robert Langee, M.D.
"Strangers in the Night" Edwin Arthur Larson, M.D.
Meyer H. Maskin, M.D.


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Russell Samuel Warson, M.D.
Gilson S. Webb, M.D.


Gustave E. Newman, M.D.
Louis G. Nuernberger, M.D.
Benjamin R. Ogburn, M.D.
Maximo Plutzky, M.D.
William C. Ruffin, Jr., M.D.
John J. Schwab, M.D.


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MEDICINE


Leighton E. Cluff, M.D.
Professor and Chairman


First Row: E. Nelson, T. Fuller, G. Watson, D. Cramer; Second Row: E. Fuller, M. Kelly, B. Batey,
W. Deal; Third Row: A. Mauceri, J. Lewis, T. Deal, P. Deal, R. Fleming; Fourth Row: R. Anderton,
T. Sullivan, L. Sharer, B. Schieneman.


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Mark V. Barrow, M.D.
Robert J. Cade, M.D.
George J. Caranasos, M.D.
Lamar E. Crevasse, M.D.
Stanley Cullen, M.D.
Robert S. Eliot, M.D.


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With a little luck this one won't come back a normal myocardium.


Waldo R. Fisher, M.D.
Gerhard Freund, M.D.
Edward F. Gonyea, M.D.
Russell J. Green, M.D.
Melvin Greer, M.D.
Joseph E. Johnson, III, M.D.
Alan S. Keitt, M.D.
Jared C. Kniffen, M.D.


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Homer Knizley,
James E. McGuigan,
Henry E. Meleney,
Thomas F. Newcomb,
Ward D. Noyes,


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Howard W. Ramsey, M.D.
Richard G. Reynolds, M.D.
W. Eugene Sanders, Jr., M.D.
Richard P. Schmidt, M.D.
Joseph C. Shipp, M.D.
Richard R. Strieff, M.D.


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W. Jape Taylor,
William C. Thomas, Jr.,
Walter L. Trudeau,
Frederick Q. Vroom,
Robert H. Waldman,
B. Joe Wilder,


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Harry Prystowsky, M.D.
Professor and Chairman


Since wee been around the. room twce, tell you the damn answer.
Since we've been around the room twice, I'll tell you the damn answer.


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Julian R. Cotter, M.D.
James William Daly, M.D.
Melvin W. Heine, M.D.
Berel Held, M.D.
Richard J. Hildebrand', M.D.


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I don't hear a thing, but I smell something.


First Row: L. Holder, O. Vaughn, W. Weeks; Second Row: J.
Harrel, H. Messer, J. Fontana.


The names and faces change but the answers remain the
same.


Hugh M. Hill,
Kenneth W. McKerns,
Frederick W. McLean,
Hiram W. Mendenhall,
Gillis R. Monif,
Vincent G. Stenger,


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PEDIATRICS


Gerold L. Schiebler, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman


I think she's completely healthy but a couple of days on
the 7th floor will fix that.


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Gerold E. Bloom, M.D.
Frank L. DeBusk, M.D.
Donald V. Eitzman, M.D.
Ira H. Gessner, M.D.
Owen M. Rennert, M.D.
George Richard, M.D.


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Please stop crying.


First Row: W. Chiavacci; J. Minor; L.
St. Petery; M. Seay; J. Robertson; T.
Zavelson; Second Row: J. Bartlett; B.
Guedes; S. Moorer; B. Kohler: M. Netz-
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Arlan L. Rosenbloom, M.D.
John J. Ross, M.D.
Martin L. Schulkind, M.D.
Lodewyk Van Mierop, M.D.
Benjamin E. Victorica, M.D.
Heinz J. Wittig, M.D.


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RADIOLOGY




Clyde M. Williams, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman


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First Row: B. Hutchinson; C. Walbroel; M. Holsworth: C. Adkins; R. Hall; Second
Row: B. Venters; H. Amos; J. Hodges; W. Joiner; N. Jones; D. Duerloo; W. At-
wood; D. O. Cole; F. Clore.


O. Frank Agee, M.D.
Larry P. Ell:.t, M.D.
Alvin Felman, M.D.
Joseph Geiss, M.D.


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Irvin F. Hawkins, M.D.
Paul C. Hodges, M.D.
Rodney R. Million, M.D.
Thomas Lee Taylor, M.D.






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Jerome Modell, M.D.
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First Row: Brumbelow; L. Lackore; J. Riley; J. Tuazo
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Thorkild W. Anderson, M.D.
Constante B. dePadua, M.D.
Haven M. Perkins, M.D.


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Alfonso Schettini, M.D.
J. G. Tuazon, M.D.
Willis A. Warner, M.D.


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EDWARD R. WOODWARD
Professor and Chairman


"Cheer up, sad heart, you're not alone,
For ere this morning's work is done,
Unless some marval come to pass
He'll prove each clerk in turn an ass,
Will
While making rounds."
JOHN FINNEY


You too can have a retractor of your very own!


William C. Allen, M.D., Orthopedics
Thomas D. Bartley, M.D., Thoracic
George R. Daicoff, M.D., Thoracic
Lester R. Dragstedt, Ph.D., M.D., General Surgery
David M. Drylie, M.D., Urology
William F. Enneking, M.D., Orthopedics
Birdwell Finlayson, M.D., Urology


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Row One: (I to r) S. M. Tohme, J. Wilson, George Daicoff, Edward Woodward, Chief, William Pfaff, N. Escobar, F. C. Tucker, A.
Weinshelbaum; Row Two: John Landa, D. C. Ruggles, R. D. Goff, D. L. Dudgeon, Dechenger, W. D. Clayton, George Miller; Row
Three: T. M. Griggs, P. H. Wells, N. E. Pickens, R. MacNaugnton, M. H. Martin, J. R. Ibach, N. Mayl, J. F. Moore, W. H. Renn;
Row Four: M. D. Faith, W. B. Garside, J. E. Auer, J. T. Hollenbech, C. J. Whang, W. S. Teachey, D. M. MacMillan, W. R.
Burleson.



















Leonard T. Furlow, M.D., Plastics
Francisco Garcia, M.D., Neurosurgery
Theodore Greenlee, Jr., M.D., Orthopedics
Brian Hardcastle, M.D., Otolaryngology
Prank A. Herrero, M.D., Plastics
Howard P. Hogshead, M.D., Orthopedics


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Maurice J Jurkiewcz, M.D., D.D.S., Plastics
Hubert E. Kaufman, M.D., Ophthalmology
S Robert 1. Kohut, M.D., Otolaryngology
Teriyo Konishi, M.D., Otolaryngology
John M. Little, M.D., Ophthalmology
SGeorge H. Miller, M.D., Urology












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Darn, where are my handball gloves.


Rosario Musella, M.D., Meurosurgery
Homer A. Paschall, M.D., Orthopedics
William W. Pfaff, M.D., General Surgery
Frank Polack, M.D., Ophthalmology
Lamar H. Roberts, M.D., Neurosurgery
Melvin L. Rubin, M.D., Ophthalmology
George T. Singleton, M.D., Otolaryngology


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finds out an orchietomy has nothing to do with orchids.


Visibility was poor from row 3 on back.


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SJames L. Talbert, M.D., Pediatric Surgery
Myron W. Wheat, M.D., Thoracic
Lowell E. White, M.D., Neurosurgery


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I be mine, I will
.. regimen for the
b f. sick, and will keep
m and wrong. To
no e give a deadly drug,
evei kited. nor offer counsel
to t end; likewise to no
SWEAR by 0olo t I give a destructive
sician, and , Aesc s but guiltless and hal-
Hygeia, and P an , keep my life and mine
the gods and allthe oddesses t-, T . t no one whatever for
and I make them'miy judges --that the t will give away to
this mine oath and this my writterR.h .this practice.
engagement I will fulfig so far as i Pr ie
power and discern tf r hall
mine.
over. houses I shall
.. . 11 go for the benefit
holding aloof from
IM who his ar . wrong and corruption,
will esteem e I do my I udg cereal acts upon the
Parents; h artake of bodies-of females and males wheth-
my livelihood an , if ant, shall -er free or slaves. WhatsOever in my
share my goo I regard his . practice or not in my prtatice I shall
issue as my b er d will teach see or hear, amid the Jives of men,
them this art tho e or written which ought not to be hoised.kbroad
engageme th all wish to -as to this I will e Wnce,
learn it. � holding such things ,
be spoken.


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cept di se, and in all this oat ot,
South ys own sons, to may and
those of ught me, to of art be mmin red
disc itten engage- of All men ior te,
ment M- -M d4i~ s be fore-
medical law, and to no other persli ) .trs
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ANDREW CLYDE BASS
University of Florida, M.A.
Interest: Family Practice
Mobile General Hospital-Rotating
Mobile, Alabama



KENNETH ALAN BERDICK
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Jackson Memorial Hospital-Medicine
Miami, Florida


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University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Duke University Medical Center
-Medicine
Durham, North Carolina


REUBEN BRIGETY
Moorehouse College, B.S.
Interest: DB Gyn
Duval Medical Center-Medicine
Jacksonville, Florida









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VINCENT C. BROWN
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
U. S. Air Force-Rotating
Biloxi, Mississippi



BRUCE A. BUEHLER
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: ENT
University of Chicago Clinics
-Pediatrics
Chicago, Illinois


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CHARLES EDWARD BUNNELL
University of Florida
Interest: PaThology
Shands Teaching Hospital-Patholcgy
Gainesville, Florida



HENRY EARL COTMAN
Florida A & M University, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Union Memorial Hospital-Medicine
Baltimore, Maryland























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FRANCIS ANTHONY DETURE
Florida State University, B.S.
Interest: Surgery
Shands Teaching Hospital-Surgery
Gainesville, Florida



DON RICARDO DICKERSON
Louisiana State University, B.S.
Interest: Radiotherapy
Methodist Hospital-Medicine
Houston, Texas


































GARY DOPSON
University of Florida
Interest: Family Practice
Charlotte Memorial Hospital-Rotating
Charlotte, North Carolina



ROGER ERNEST FERRELL, JR.
Mercer, B.S.
Interest: OB-GYN
Shands Teaching Hospital-OB-Gyn
Gainesville, Florida


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DENNIS LEE FIELDER
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Anesthesiology
U. S. Navy-Rotating
San Diego, California


WALTER HAMILTON FORMAN
Michigan State University
Interest: Radiology
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, North Carolina































JOHN LOUIS GEESLIN
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: OB-GYN
Riverside Hospital-Rotating
Newport News, Virginia



DON EARL GRANTHAM .
Florida State University, B.A.
Interest: Family Practice
Riverside Hospital-Rotating
Newport News, Virginia
































DOUGLAS CHARLES HALL
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: OB-GYN
Shands Teaching Hospital-OB-GYN
Gainesville, Florida



EDWARD STEPHEN HALPERT
Emory University, B.A.
Interest: Community Medicine
Rancho los Amigos Hospital
-Community Medicine
Downey, California


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SANDRA DENISE HAMILTON
Newcomb College (Tulane), B.S.
Interest: Anesthesiology
Riverside Hospital-Rotating
Newport News, Virginia



JAMES. EDWARD HARBIN, JR.
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
University of Alabama Medical Center
-Medicine
Birmingham, Alabama









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STEVEN CHARLES HEBERT
Florida State University, B.A.
Interest: Medicine
University of Alabama Medical Center
-Medicine
Birmingham, Alabama



SHANNON RANDALL HOBGOOD
University of Florida, B.E.E.
Interest: Radiology
Riverside Hospital-Rotating
Newport News, Virginia




























ROBERT FRANCES HUNGERBUHLER
Florida State University, B.A.
Interest: Surgery
Medical College of Virginia-Surgery
Richmond, Virginia


JEFFREY STEPHEN JONES
Stetson University, B.S.
Interest: Surgery
Shands Teaching Hospital-Surgery
Gainesville, Florida










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STEVEN GENE KALLISON
University of Chicago, B.A.
Interest: Psychiatry
Mount Zion Hospital-Rotating
San Francisco, California

ROOSEY KHAWLEY
Tulane University, B.A.
Interest: Psychiatry
Lenox Hill Hospital-Rotating
New York City


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JOHN RAYMOND KINGSLEY
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Surgery
U. S. Navy-Surgery
Bethesda, Maryland



CRAIG SIMS KITCHENS
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Duke University Medical Center
-Medicine
Durham, North Carolina



































TERRY RUSSELL KNAPP
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Neurosurgery
Harborview Center-Surgery
Seattle, Washington



KENNETH WAYNE KOREY
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Pediatrics
Shands Teaching Hospital-Pediatrics
Gainesville, Florida


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JONATHAN SETH KRAUSS
Cornell University, B.A.
Interest: Medicine
Medical College of Virginia-Medicine
Richmond, Virginia



ROGER WAYNE LITWILLER
Goshen College, B.A.
Interest: Anesthesiology
Riverside Hospital-Rotating
Newport News, Virginia


















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MARTIN LEWIS MADORSKY
Kenyon College, B.A.
Interest: Surgery
North Carolina Memorial Hospital
-Surgery
Chapel Hill, North Carolina



GREGORY JAMES MAGARIAN
Emory University
Interest: Undecided
Latter-Day Saints Hospital-Rotating
Salt Lake City, Utah


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JAMES. MANDELL
University of Florida
Interest: Medicine
Shands Teaching Hospital-Medicine
Gainesville, Florida


JACK EARL MANISCALCO
University of South Florida, B.A.
Interest: Neurosurgery
Shands Teaching Hospital-Surgery
Gainesville, Florida


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RICHARD ALAN MARTIN
Harvard, B.A.
Interest: Medicine
Shands Teaching Hospital-Medicine
Gainesville, Florida



MYRON FRANK MASS
Brandeis University, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Albany Hospital-Medicine
Albany, New York
































BRUCE JORDAN MCINTOSH
Emory University, B.A.
Interest: Pediatrics
Yale New Haven Medical Center
-Pediatrics
New Haven, Conn6cticut



ANTHONY MICHAEL MESSINA
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: OB-GYN
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Rotating
Memphis, Tennessee
















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DONALD CARL NELSON
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Surgery
St. Mary's Long Beach Hospital
-Rotating
Long Beach, California



SUSAN MCANELLY O'CONNOR
University of Texas, B.A.
Interest: Pediatrics
Shands Teaching Hospital-Pediatrics
Gainesville, Florida


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LARRY HUNTER PIERCE
Stetson University, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
St. Francis Hospital-Medicine
Wichita, Kansas



DAVID JAMES POWER
Emory University, B.A.
Interest: Medicine
Union Memorial Hospital-Medicine
Baltimore, Maryland



































EDWARD KENNETH PROKOP
Pennsylvania State University, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Presbyterian University Hospital
-Medicine
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania



GEORGE ,-RANCIS RADIMER
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Dermatology
Gorgas Hospital-Rotating
Canal Zone


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RONALD LEE RISH, JR.
University of South Florida, B.A.
Interest: Family Practice
U. S. Navy-Rotating
San Diego, California



MICHAEL XAVIER ROHAN
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Undecided
University of Alabama Medical Center
-Rotating
Birmingham, Alabama

























DOUGLAS McLEAN ROY
Marquette University, B.S.
Interest: Rehabilitation
Marquette Affiliated Hospital-Rotating
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


JON INMAN SATTLER
Florida State University, B.A.
Interest: Surgery
University Chicago Clinics-Surgery
Chicago, Illinois


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KEITH TERRANCE SHEARLOCK
University of Florida
Interest: OB-GYN
Riverside Hospital-Rotating
Newport News, Virginia



EDWARD ALLEN SIEGEL
University of Colorado, B.A.
Interest: Psychiatry
St. Mary's Long Beach Hospital
-Rotating
Long Beach, California


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ROBERT CAMPBELL SLATON
Davidson College, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Shands Teaching Hospital-Medicine
Gainesville, Florida



BRUCE NEAL STEWART
University of Florida, B.S.
Interest: Medicine
Colorado Medical Center-Medicine
Denver, Colorado









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PAUL EDWARD TOCCI
University of Pennsylvania, B.A.
Interest: Surgery
Jackson Memorial Hospital-Surgery
Miami, Florida


STANLEY WILLIAM WALLACE
Stetson University, B.S.
Interest: Undecided
Emory University Hospital-Medicine
Atlanta, Georgia







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CHARLES EDWIN WINN, II
Florida State University, B.A.
Interest: Undecided
U. S. Navy-Rotating
Oakland, California



JOAN ELEANOR WOOD
University of South Florida, B.A.
Interest: Pathology
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Pathology
Memphis, Tennessee


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KENNETH ERVIN WOOD
University of Florida, M.S.
Interest: Surgery
Duke University Medical Center-Surgery
Durham, North Carolina




7o wrest from nature the decrets which have perplexed philosopherd in all aged,
to track to their dourceS the caused of disease, to correlate the vast dtoreS of knowledge,

that they may be guicly available for the prevention and cure of disease-dheAe are

our ambition.

5o careful observe the phenomena of lanfe in all its phases, normal and per-

verted, to make perfect that mot difficult of all arts, the art of observation, to

cultivate le reaSoning faculty so as to e able to know the true from the fale-

thede are our methods.
5o prevent disease, to relieve suffering and to heal the dic--t hi is our work.

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ChauviniSm in ifedicine









Alpha Omega Alpha


First Row: T. Knapp, R. Slaton, R. Martin, R. Rizza, B. Stewart; Second Row: C. Kitchens, B.
Buehler, E. Prokop, J. Boniface; Not Pictured-B. Mclntosh.


"To be Worthy to Serve the Suffering"
The AOA Honor Medical -Society was estab-
lished in 1902 to promote scholarship in its
broadest sense and to encourage high stand-
ards of moral character.


Lester R. Dragstedt, M.D., Ph.D.


In the 1970 Oration entitled-"The
Physician Scientist", Dr. Dragstedt de-
scribes on a personal basis the evolution
of medicine into a modern science.


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Chairman: John Boniface, Jr.


OFFICERS


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Chairman: John L. Geeslin
Chairman: John L. Geeslin


1967-1968












19'68-1969












1969-1970


Vice-Chairman: Bruce A. Buehler









Vice-Chairman: Kenneh E. Wood


Vice-Chairman: Kenneth E. Wood


Vice-Chairman: Ronald L. Rish, Jr.


Chairman: Bruce N. Sfewart


1966-1967


CLASS


Chairman: Edward K. Prokop


Vice-Chairman: James Mandell









Class Advisor 1969-1970
To Dr. W. C. Ruffin, Jr., We owe a debt of gratitude.



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He listened patiently, advised-at tinies in vain, but always was ready
to help and understand.


Big Buck, John Reaves, and the Cuban
same fall Saturday.


Comet debuted the


"What! Not another change!"
Marge remained patient
through many changes and re-
changes and also knew where
we were supposed to be even
if we didn't.









INTERNSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

For the first time, we were victims of the computers; but, at last, the Monster
was prepared and the fateful day arrived, March 16, 1970, only one week late. Now
the "die was cast" and talk of new towns, new experiences, and responsibilities
became the topic of conversation.
To all the realization of graduation finally set in. Soon all would hold the title
of Intern.


Where is this guy, Rohan?


On to the California sun.


But Dr. DeBkey proved . .
But Dr. DeBakey promised ...


The Moment of Truth.








ADMINISTRATION


E. F. ACKELL, M.D., D.D.S.
Provost


EMANUEL SUTER, M.D.
Dean


MYRON W. WHEAT, JR., M.D.
Chief of Staff


HAZEL DONEGAN
Administrative Assistant
Student Affairs


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Retrospectroscope Staff

We, the Retrospectroscope Staff, have at the start of a new decade attempted to look back
at some of the events and people who have contributed to the development of this institution. To
recognize the physicians who have trained here and returned as our teachers and the Alumni who
have offered us their support.
We have also looked into the future to give a glimpse of what those who follow will be endowed
with during their passage here.
As with any "yearbook" we have assimilated a few pertinent reminders of our four years here
and hope these will serve as reminders of the events and friendships of this period in our lives.


Don Grantham
Editor


Douglas Hall
Business Manager












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David Powner
Copy


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Jack Geeslinr
Business Manager


Don Dickerson Terry Knapp
Photography Photography


Francis Deture Edward Prokop
Lay-out Copy


Bruce Stewart
Photography


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PUBLICATIONS-CLASS OF 1970

Buehler, Bruce A., R. I. Kohut, M. E. King. "Repeatable Alteration of Vestibular
Responses by Cortical Depression," Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryn-
gology, Vol. 78, No. 6, p. 1234, Dec. 1969.
Buehler, Bruce A., R. 1. Kohut, "Maxillary Cannulas in Cats," Annals of Otology,
Rhinology, and Laryngology, In press.
Buehler, Bruce A., M. Greer, O. M. Rennert, G. H. Collins. "Metachromatic Leu-
kodystrophy: A Diagnostic Problem," Neurology. In press.
Buehler, Bruce A., O. M. Rennert, "Platlet Aggregation: pH Effects," Nature. In
press.
Fielder, Dennis L., D. C. Nelson, T. W. Anderson, J. S. Gravenstein. "Cardiovas-
cular Effects of Atropine and Neostigmine in Man," Anesthesiology, Vol. 30,
No. 6, June, 1969.
Kingsley, John R., G. H. Collins, W. K. Converse. "The Effect of Sciatic Neurec-
tomy upon Myclinogenesis in the Rat Spinal Cord," Experimental Neurology.
In press.
Kitchens, Craig S. "The Emergence of Listerism," The New Physician, Vol. 26, p. 297,
1967.
Kitchens, Craig S., T. F. Newcomb, P. Berman, "A New Bleeding Syndrome with
Defective Clot Retraction due to a Deficiency of a Plasma Protein," Blood,
Vol. 30, p. 855, 1967.
Kitchens, Craig S., T. F. Newcomb. "Human Platelet Respiration," Journal Applied
Physiology, Vol. 25, p. 581, 1968.
Kitchens, Craig S., T. F. Newcomb. "Clot Retraction in Relation to a New Bleeding
Syndrome," Clinical Research, Vol. 16, p. 42, 1968.
Litwiller, Roger W. "Succinylcholine Hydrolysis: A Review," Anesthesiology, Vol. 31,
No. 4, October, 1969.
Mass, M. F., W. T. Murakami, R. Fine. "Protein Composition of the Polyoma Virus,"
Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. 36, p. 167, 1968.
Nelson, Don C., Dennis L. Fielder, T. W. Anderson, J. S. Gravenstein. "Cardiovas-
cular Effects of Atropine and Neostigmine in Man," Anesthesiology, Vol. 30,
No. 6, June, 1969.
Radimer, George F., J. E. Johnson, III, A. F. DeSalvo, L. Ajello, W. Bigler. "Histo-
plasmosis in Florida: Report of a Case and Epidemiological Studies," American
Review of Respiratory Diseases. In Press.
Stewart, Bruce N., G. R. Faloona, M. Fried. "An Intermediate Density Lipoprotein in
Rat Serum," Archives of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Vol. 130 p. 680, March,
1969.
Stewart, Bruce N., G. R. Galoona, M. Fried. "The Effects of Actinomycin D on the
Biosynthesis of Plasma Lipoproteins," Biochemistry, Vol. 7, p. 720, February,
1968.







PARTIES


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It started at Cross Creek. Where?


Merry Christmas 1966 from Medico Wives.


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Those old Bugs Bunny films were great.


Let's clarify
Question 2.


those 4 parts to the 3rd part of


We reviewed anatomy at Craig's.



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Dr. Wilder's ended Year 3.


Dr. Ruffin ushered in the 1969 football season.


Internships and liquor mixed well at least at the
"which hospital is this?" parties.


Christmas 1969 under the Blue Cross.


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Our first game.


Some had better mouths than shots.


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If Duffy could only see him now.


Can the old vet make change from
handball to horseshoes.


2 for me, I for you . ..


It's only money, Marty.


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SOFTBALL
Faculty vs Seniors
Saturday, May 30, 1970
2 PM

Double Header


What's the use


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The umpire is the only one allowed to drink gatorade


Score
Faculty


Seniors


Those tricky 7th innings


Game 1 10 9
Game 2 8 11







Welcome to Skit Night 1970

"The Saga of Coldfinger"

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The Helmet-Dr. Cade's latest invention.


The Wives express themselves.


Matching wits-any doubt as to the winner?


Some sober up at Dr. Hill's breakfast.







Pharmacology Ends at Cedar Key
Located 50 miles west of Gainesville at this fishing community the surprise National
Boards exam and Diamox were debated for the last time.


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band without his "T"
shirt.


communicate.


Guess What-We've all got crabs.


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PHASE


To make the initial teaching of basic
science during the first year more revelant
to medicine so as to early capture the
student's motivations.


And when I replace Dean Suter
you will be my number one
men.


The "Jolly Green Giant" makes a
cheap anatomy course.


FIRST YEAR (weekly schedule)


FIRST QUARTER
M TW T F S
Bio. Bio Bio.
G.A __ Free
GA. GA. GAA
I.M.
LM.


MA. Free M Free


SECOND QU
M T W T
Bio.
GA. Bia Bio.
I.M.


GA. GA. Bio. Bio.


CARTER
F S
Bio
Free


THIRD QUARTER
M T W T F S
Phy
Phy Phy Phy Free
hy NS
NS NS

IM NS Free NS Phy Free


THIRD YEAR

Medicine
Surgery
Clerkships of 9 Weeks in: Psychiatry
Pediatrics
Obstetrics and Gynecology


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CURRICULUM


To increase elective periods and allow
each to design a course of study suited
to his own needs, career choices, and
explorations.


I've just filled my pants.


vote me best teacher.


FIRST QUARTER
M T WIT F S
Psy
Micr Free
Path Path Path
Path Micr


FreelMicrMicr


SECOND YEAR

SECOND QUARTER
M TW T F S
Path Phar Path Phar Psy
Path Path Path FathP
or or Phar or
EM EM EM EM

Free
EM Free Path - Phar Free
Psy


THIRD QUARTER (fbrt 1)
M TWT F S
Path Para Path Path Psy
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Path Path - ath Fath
or or
EM EM EM EM EM

Free PD
EM - EM ParaFree
Psy Free


FOURTH YEAR

General Outpatient Clinic 9 Wks.
Radiology 4% Wks.
Pharmacology 4 Wks. Special Topics I 9 Wks.
Rotations in: Special Topics II 9 Wks.
Special Topics III 4V Wks.












CLASS


OF 1971


T. W.
Anderson


R. K. Booher


W. T. Corey


P. C. Dell


R. G. Ashley


J. F. Bullard,
Jr.


J. P. Curry


C. T. Dellinger


B. Ausinsch


E. M. Burton


D. F. Davies


M. P. Eftnger











D. 1. Fromang


E. E. Behnke,
Jr.










J. J. Chiero





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R. C. Dean


S. F.
Fessenden


C. A. Binford


K. A. Childs


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R.. W. Dein


F. P. Flowers


J. E. French,


H. Gorod


C. E. Gross


R. L. Forsythe






















C. Harrison


J. A. Jacobson


W, J. Jasin,
Jr.


W. W. Leach P. C. F. 11. Lim
LeMaster


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