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DMSCO Log Book Vol.39 3-12/1961

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THE
COLLEGE
OF
OSTEOPATHICMEDICINE
&
SURGERY
SQUIBB
GIVES
NOF
$2,500
Plan
To
Improve
Fundamentals
Course
A
plan
toimprove
the
practical
applica-tion
of
osteopathicprocedures
and
tech-
niques,
as
taught
in
thefreshmen
andsophomore
classes,has
been announced
by
Dr.ByronLaycock,headof
the department
of
Physical
Medicine
and
Rehabilitation.
In
reiterating
a
national
observationDr.
Laycocksaid,
"Our
Collegeis
known
the
country
overas
one
of
thestrongest
if
notthe
strongest
college
of
osteopathic
medicine
from
thestandpoint
of
faculty,
clinic
andthe
teaching
ofbasicsciencesandclinical
subjects
in
general,
and
thepractical
as-
pects
of
patient
management
and
osteopa-thicmanipulationtechniques
specifically."Dr.Laycocksaid
that
inan
attempt
to
fur-
ther
improve
the
status
of
patient
manage-ment
and
manipulationprocedures,
addi-
tional
clinical
faculty
ideasand
assistance
in
the
clinicandin
the
technique
laboratoryare
beinginvestigated.
Membersof
the
clinical
staff
are
takingturns
in
the
technique
laboratory
to
teachtheapplication
of
specific
techniques
to
thestudents.
"We
feel
that
the
results
ofsuch
instruction
willshowin
the
improvedskillsof
our
students,"
Dr.Laycocksaid.
Participating
clinical
sta
membersinl
clude:
Dermatological
Clinic:Dr.
Harry
B.
Elmets.
GeneralClinic:
Dr.
E.
John
Ware.Eye,
Ear,
Nose and
Throat:
Drs.
Fergus
MayerandVerne
J.
Wilson.
Internal
Medicine:
Drs.
Milton
J.
Dakovich,
Sanford
S.
Herr,
Donald
J.
Kay,
J.
R.
McNerneyand
William
B.
Strong.
Pathology:
Drs.
Lloyd
W.
Fickeand
John
H.
Seibert.
Pediatrics:
Drs.
Gerald
J.
HohnandMyron
S.
Magen.
Psychiatry:
Drs.
Erle
Fitz
andHarold
E.
Higley.
Surgery:
Drs.Edward
F.
Leininger,
BryceWilsonandRonald
K.
Woods.
Grant
ForPost
Graduate
Proqram
To
COMS
Howard
W.
Baldock,
right,
direc-
tor
ofmedical
relationsfor
E.
R.
Squibband
Sons,
presents
acheck
for
$2,500
to
theNational
Osteo-
pathicFoundationfor
usein
a
pilot
study
on
providingpost-
graduate
educationto
D.O.s
in
practice.Receiving
the
check
is
Dr.MerlynMcLaughlin,
president
of
the
Collegeof
Osteopathic
Medi-
cine
and
Surgeryat
Des
Moines,whichwill
directtheexperimentalprogram.
Looking
on
is
Dr.True
B.
Eveleth
of
Chicago,
secretary
of
thefoundation.
Straight
"A"
Two
Sophomore
students,
Classof
'63,
have
attainedoutstanding
academic
records
for
the
first
semester
of
school
year
1960-61.
Right:
Joseph
B.
Doctor,
son
of
Joseph
F.
Doctor,
93
Somerton
Ave.,
Kenmore,
New
York.Doctor
attended
GroverCleveland
High
School
inBuffalo,
N.
Y.,
and
theUniversity
of
Buffalo,
from
which
he
was
graduated
with
a
B.A.
in
1958.
Left:
Robert
C.
Kapanjie,
son
ofMrs.
Matilda
M.
Kapanjie,
119
Sheridan
Ave.,
Clifton,New
Jersey.
Kapanjie,
a
graduate
of
CliftonHigh
School,
receiveda
B.S.
withhonors
fromRutgersUniversity,
College
of
Pharmacy,
in
1958.
MIAMI
BEACH-A
$2,500
grant
to
the
NationalOsteopathicFoundationfrom
E.
R.
SquibbandSonswill makepossibleapilot
study
on
a new
approach
to
postgraduate
osteopathic
education,announcedDr.
True
B.
Eveleth
ofChicago,
foundation
secretary
and
AOA
executive
director.
The
grant
willfinancea
program
to
be
carriedout
by
the
College
of
Osteopathic
Medicine
and
Surgery
at
DesMoines,
Dr.
Eveleth
said.
Under
the
experimentalplan,
the
collegewillprovide
accredited
post-graduate
educa-
tion
to
doctors
in
practice
by
holding
pro-
grams
inIowa
districts
or
neighboring
divi-
sionalsociety
locations.Thus,
thefaculty
will
travel
to
the
doctors,
rather
than
hav-
ing
the
doctors
go
to
the
college,saidDr.
Eveleth.Subjects
to
be
taught
wouldbe
determined
inadvanceby
the
desires
of
the
doctors
planning
to
register
for
the
training.
The
collegewill
solicit
theserequests
in
the
near
future
and
will
planthe
programming,
ac-
cording
to
Dr.
MerlynMcLaughlin,
president
of
COMS.
By
utilizingfull-time
college
faculty
members,
theprogram
can
be
operated
on
an
expenses-only
basis,
thus
providing
a
maximum
program
at
minimumcost,
saidDr.Eveleth.
HOMECOMING-JUNE
1,
2,
1961
Postdoctoral
Course:"Recent
Advances
In
Medicine
and
Surgery"
Receptionand
Banquet
Classes
to
be
honored:
1901-06-11-16-21-26-31-36-41-46-51-56
and
1961
 
THELOG
BOOK
Alumn
I
Meet
Seated
atthe
head
table
were,
left
to
right:
Dr.Stan
J.
Sul-
C.O.M.S.;
Dr.
W.
Clemens
Andreen,
'33,
Wyandotte,
Michigan,kowski,
'48,
Kansas
City,Missouri,
delegateat large
and
newly
president
of
thealumniassociation;
Mrs.Campbell
A.
Ward,pres-elected
secretary-treasurer
ofthealumniassociation;Dr.CharlesidentoftheAuxiliary
to
theAmericanOsteopathicAssociation;
L.
Naylor,
'33,
Ravenna,
Ohio,
president-elect
of
theAmerican
and
Dr.
Campbell
A.
Ward,
'27,
MountClemens,Michigan,
trustee
OsteopathicAssociationandimmediate
past president
of
the
alumni
of
the
AmericanOsteopathicAssociation.
Dr.
McLaughlin
was
theassociation;
Mrs.
Naylor;
Dr.
MerlynMcLaughlin,
president
of
featuredspeakerat
themeeting.
One
hundred
alumniand
guests
gatheredat
the
DeauvilleHotel,Miami
Beach,
Florida,
on
Wednesday,
January
25,
1961,
to
heara"State
of
the
College"
messagefrom
Dr.
Merlyn
McLaughlin,
president
of
C.O.M.S
Inhismessage,Dr.McLaughlin
reviewed
the
status
of
therequest
to
theUrban
Re-
newal
Board
for
25
acres
of
land
on
which
to
build
a
new
institution
(see
January
issue
of
the
Log
Book)
and
the
conferences
that
he
andmembers
of
the
Board
of
Trustees
havehad
withthe
Appeals
Review
Board
of
the
Chamber
ofCommerce
relative
to
a
funddrivein
DesMoines.
"Both
of
thesesituations
look
veryfavorable
at
this
time,"
stated
Dr.
McLaughlin.
In
continuinghiscomprehensive
report,Dr.
McLaughlin
made
the
following
state-
ments:
1.
The
number
of
accepted
student
appli-cants
is
ahead
of
last
year
at
this
time.
2.
Faculty
recruiting
isand
will
continueto
bea
priority
item.
3.
O.P.F.is
greaterthan
it
was
this
time
last
year.
4.
We
are
setting
up
more
Postdoctoral
courses.
5.
Our
general
clinic
is
progressing
a
Dermatological
Clinic
and
a
Metabolic
Dis-eases
Clinic
havebeenestablished.
A
Gas-
trointestinal
Clinic
will
soon
be
established.
6.
An
EducationalPoliciesCommittee
has
beenestablishedand
is
functioningvery
effectively.
7.
As
usual,
there
arebudget
problems,
but
the
FinanceCommittee
of
the
Board
of
Trustees
feels
that
these
can
be
resolved.
8.
More
members
needed
in
the
Alumni
Club
Planprogram.In
closing,
President
McLaughlin
stated,
"Alumnieverywhere
can
be
of
great
servicetothe
College
by
helping
us
recruit
out-
standingstudents
and
faculty.
We
welcome
their
cooperation."
Dr.
W.
Clemens
Andreen,
'35,
Wyandotte,Michigan,
president
of
theNational
AlumniAssociation,
presided
at
the
meeting.Dr.Donald
T.
Leigh,
'39,
Coral
Gables,
Florida,
wasin
charge
oflocal
arrange-
ments.
Postdoctoral
Course
TheCollegeof
Osteopathic
Medicine
and
Surgery
is
prepared
to
offer
to
properly
qualified
Osteopathic
Physicians
in
the
State
of Iowa
a
Postdoctoral
coursein
Surgeryforthe
General
Practitioner.
The
course
is
organizedin
such
manner
thatit
may
be
presented
in
severaldifferentlocalities
in
Iowa,
dependingupon
local
demand.
The
first
course
will
begin
on
March
4
and
5
at
the
Y.M.C.A.
inSiouxCity.Dr.
Kenneth
L.
Clayton
of
Spirit
Lake
is
in
charge
of
arrangements.
Thesecond
coursewillbegin
on
March
18
and
19
at
the
CollegeinDesMoines.
Dr.
Henry
J.
Braunschweig,
1836
East
Uni-
versity
Avenue,is in
charge
of
arrange-
ments.
A
total
of
400
clock
hours
ofpostdoctoral
credit
may
be
earnedasindicatedin
the
following
table:
Area
of
Study
PathologySurgical
Diagnosisand TechniqueRoentgenology
Surgical
Anatomy
Neuroanatomy
Biochemistry
Physiology
Pharmacology
Anesthesiology
Tol
Total
ContactStudy
Clock
HoursHours
Hours
11
33
44
36
333333
3333
33
33
300
48
4444
44
44
44
44
44
400(6)
(6)
12
11
11
1111
11
11
11
bal
100
Description:
The
course
is
designedto
covera
period
of
nine
(9)
months,and
is
com-
prisedof
9
monthly
sessions.Eachsession
occurs
on
aweekend
(Saturday
afternoon
4
hours,andSunday
7
hours).
TheBasic
theme
of
theprogram
is
Surgery,
covering
the
fields
of
Urology,E.E.N.T.Orthopedic
Surgery,Neurosurgery,
Cardio-
vascularSurgery,
and General
Surgery,
Ob-
stetrics
and
Gynecology,
and
involves
a
consideration
of
the
principlesof
the
under-
lying
basicmedical
sciences.
A
team
of
Student
Council
The
Student
Council
has
started
the
sec-ond
semester
with
various
new
projects.
One
is
the
weeklybowling
activity
which
takes
place
at
Plaza
Lanesandenablesany
student
to
bowl
at
reduced
rates
for
a
ten-
weekperiod.
James
Grekin,
junior,
from
Detroit,
is
in
charge
of
this
functionsuper-vised
by
the
Council.
Basketball
continues
weekly
(everyWednesday)
at
Willkie
House.
Anotherprojectundertaken
is
to
develop
a
class
ringfor
our
students.
The
designhas
been
acceptedby
thevarious
classesandorderscan
be
placed
soon.
The
Student
Council
sponsored
a
repre-sentative
EdBlumberg,seniorfrom
Detroit,
to
theNational
Conventionheld
at
Miami
Beach
in
January.
He
attendedthe
conven-
tion
as
chairman
of
the
committee
which
deals
withStudent
A.
O.
A.
activities
at
C.O.M.S.
Four
new
membershave
beenelected
to
the
council
by
theFreshman
class.
They
are:
Grant
Born,
George
Gustavson,
Pat
McClellan,
andHaroldSteinbaum.
instructors
will
present
each
individualpro-
gram.
Prior
to
each
session,anoutline
of
thepresentation
shall
be
providedto
each
doc-
tor
enrolled.
A
formal
final
comprehensiveexamina-
tion
shall
be
passedbeforecredit
can
be
allowedanda
certificateissued.
Attendance.
Atleast
80%
attendance
shall
be
maintained
for
credit
(8
sessionsout
of
9).
Eligibility.
An
acceptablecandidateshall
bea
graduate
of
an
approved
college
of
osteopathy,
andshall
be
currently
a
mem-
berof his
state
societyand
of
the
AmericanOsteopathicAssociation.
Tuition:
$150.00
payable
with
application.
For
enrollmentsunder
20,
tuition
will
be
prorated
upward.
Preliminary
arrangements
for
presenta-tion
of
the
coursein
any
district
of
theState
may
be
madeby
contactingthe
Dean.
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BOOK
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....
Board
Member
of
the
Month
When
Karl
B.
Greenlee
becameamemberof
the
Boardof
Trusteesforthe
College
of
Osteopathic
Medicine
and
Surgery
in
1958,
he waswell
acquaintedwith
the
field
of
osteopathy
having
servedas
administra-
tor
for
the
Wilden
OsteopathicHospital
in
DesMoines
since
1946.
This
background
of experience
has
madehim
an invaluable
memberand,
presently,secretary
of
the
Board.
Serving
as
theadministrator
ofa
hospital
would
be
enough
for
theaverageperson,
but
Karl
Greenlee
takes
such
duties
inhis
stride
alongwith many
other
activitiesincludingthepresidency
of Hopkins
Sport-
ing
Goods,
Inc.,
of
Des
Moines.
When
one
listens
tohis
soft,
pleasant
voice
and
ob-
serveshis
calm
manner,
he
senses
that
here
is
a
man
who
"getsthings
done
with
little
fuss."
Soon
after
his
birth
in Lineville,Iowa,Mr.Greenlee's
family
moved
to
Des
Moines
where
he
has
sincemadehishome.
He
is
a
graduate
of
East
High
School,
Iowa
StateUniversity
where
he
receiveda
B.S.
degree,and
the
University
ofIowawherehewas
awardedthe
M.A.
degree.
He
later
studied
advancedcourses
for
two
summer
terms
atColumbia
University,
NewYork.In
1929,
Mr.
Greenlee
marriedChristineCorbett,
a
Des
Moines
girl
and
graduate
of
DrakeUniversity.
Theyhave
no
children.
Interested
in
the
educational
field
and
athletics,
Mr.Greenleeserved
as
coach
in
theHumboldt,
Iowa,schools
for
one
year,then
transferred
to
the
Des
Moinesschool
system
where
he
taught
boys'
physical
edu-
cation
forten
years.
He
then
was
appointedvice-principal
for
the
WoodrowWilson
Junior
High
School
andremained
in
that
position
forten
years.During
this
time
he
serveda
term
as
president
of
the
Iowa
PhysicalEducation
Association.
In
1942,
Mr.
Greenlee
leftthe
teaching
field
to
enter military
serviceandwas
com-
missioned
a
Lt.
Colonel
in
theUnited
StatesAir
Force.
He
was
stationed
in
the
Euro-pean
theater.After
his
discharge,four
yearslater,
he
was
offered
his
present
posi-
tion
as
hospitaladministrator.
Mr.
Greenleeis amemberof
PhiDelta
Kappa,
the
American
Collegeof
Hospital
Administrators
and
theAirForce
ReserveAssociation.
He
is also
thepresident-elect
of
the
AmericanOsteopathicHospital
Asso-ciation.
He
waselectedasamember
of
the
Boardof
Directors
fortheGreater
Des
Moines
ChamberofCommerce,
asChairman
of
the
Des
Moines
Civil
ServiceCommissionandasa
member
of
the
Advisory
Council
for
the
Iowa
Air
Force
Reserve
Center.Inspite
of
thesemanyactivities,
Mr.
Greenlee
finds
time
to
indulge
in his
favorite
hobbies-fishing
and
hunting.
"Twenty-five
years
ago,"
he
said,
"Ibuilt
my
own
cabinin
Minnesota-just
south
of
the
Canadian
line-and
whenI
want
to
relax,
that's
where
I
go."Mr.
Greenleeis
a
memberof
the
Methodistchurchandholds
activememberships
in
the
Des
Moines
Chamber
ofCommerce,
East
Des
MoinesClub,
Des
MoinesClub,LeeMen
Index,
Hi-12
and
the
Reserve
Officers
Association.
He
isa memberof
the
MasonicLodge,
the
Consistory
andShrine.
"500"
ClubMember
The
Collegeof
Osteopathic
Medicine
&Surgery
is
pleased
toannounce
theaddition
of
a new
member
to
our
"500"
Club.
Thismeans
that
the
new
membercontributes
$500.00
to
the
collPepe
eaeh
vToar
;cottsaale,
Arizona
Ellerbroek
Appointed
Paul
N.
Ellerbroek,
DesMoines,
has
been
appointedas
Assistant
to
the
President
for
the
College
of
Osteo-
pathic
Medicine
andSurgery,
Dr.
MerlynMcLaughlin,
presi-dent
of
the
college,
announcedFeb.20th.E
11
e r
broek,
for-
merlyfrom
Sheldon,Iowa,
attendedthe
ArtInstitute
in
Chi-
cago
and
later
en-
rolled
at
the
Uni-
versity
of
Iowa
where
hereceived
a
B.
A.
degree.-He
is
amemberof
the
a-
.....
-
T
Delta
Upsilon
fra-
ternity.
Followinghis
graduation
he
at-
tended
DrakeUniversity
for
advanced
study.
He
was an
instructor
in
English
and
Art
at
theWashington
IrvingJunior
and
Lin-
coln
High
Schools
in
DesMoines.In
March
1958,
he
was
appointedSuperintend-ent
of
Parks
for
the
PolkCountyConser-
vationBoardand
servedin
that
officeun-
til
his
resignation
in
February.
He
is
also
president
of
the
IzaakWalton
League.Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ellerbroek
are
the
parents
of
one
daughter,
aged
14
months,
and
are
members
of
theImmanuel
MethodistChurchinDes
Moines.
President
Represents
U.
S.
Dr.MerlynMcLaughlin,
president
of
C.O.M.S.
flew
to
Paris,France,
whereheservedas
the
United
States
Representative
to
theInternational
CommissionofAero-space
Educationmeetings
held
on
February
13
and
14.
The
CommissionofAerospace
Education
isone
of
theseveral
commissionswhichmakeup
the
Federation
Aeronautique
In-ternationale.
This
organization
iscomprisedof
official
representatives
from
forty-eight
nations.
One-halfof
the
member
nationsare
now
promotingaerospaceeducation
pro-
grams
in
their
public
schools.
Dr.
McLaughlinisalso
servingas
vice-
president
of
the
CommissionofAerospace
Education
whose
purpose
is to
promote
in-
ternationalunderstandingthroughthe
ex-
change
of
aerospace
educationbooks
and
materials,
andby
encouraging
the
exchange
of
teachers
and
students
betweenmember
nations.
Dr.
Miroyiannis
The
chairman
of
the
Department
ofAn-
atomy,
Dr.
Stanley
D.
Miroyiannis,has
been
invited
to
become
a
Consultantto
the
National
Scientific
Bureau's
Consultation
Service.His
letter,
dated
Jan.
24,1961,
readsas
follows:"The
United
StatesAir
Force
has
asked
theNational
Scientific
Bureauto
identify
innovators
and'problemsolvers'and
to
recruit
such
individuals
for
special
purpose.
Yourexcellent
qualifications
lead
us
to
select
and
identify
you
as
an
innovativeindividual
anda
'problemsolver'.
So,
this
isour
invitation
toyouto
participate
asa
Consultant
to
ourConsulting
Service."
Calendar
Easter
Vacation..
.March
30-April
4,
Inc.
Pacemaker
Ball
............
April
8(Fort
Des
Moines
Hotel)Public
Health
Banquet.........April
10
(SaveryHotel)
Homecoming
.
..............
June
1-2
Receptionand
Banquet..
.....
June
1
Graduation
..................
.June
2
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