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DMSCO Log Book Vol.41 1963

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Alumni
Association
Annual
Meeting
Stuart
F.
Harkness,
D.O.,
Chairmanof the
De-
partment
of Osteopathic
Medicine
andmember
of
theCOMS
CorporateBoard,
acceptedthe Asso-
ciationof OsteopathicPublicationsfirst
place
award for
the
COMS
Log
Book.The
Log
Book
was
rated
he
osteopathicperiodicalwhich
showedthe
mostimprovement
in
1962.
Stan
J.
Sulkowski,
D.O.,
Secretary-Treasurer
f
the
National
AlumniAssociation,accepted
an
engraved
desk
pen
from
Walter
B.
Goff,
D.O.,
COMS
Trustee,
in
recognition
ofthe
outstanding
job
he
has
doneas
secretary-treasurer.
Acting chairmanof
the
AlumniAssociationmeeting,
Stan
J.
Sulkowski,
D.O.,
congratulatedAssociation
PresidentPaul
T.
Rutter,
D.O.,
as
he
accepted
his
new
position
at
the
annualmeeting
in
Miami.
AlumniAssociation
and
Board
of
Trusteeof-
D.O.,
trustee;
DaleDodson,
D.O.,
trustee;(front
ficialsgot
together
at
the
Associationmeeting
in
row),
H.
L.
Calkins,
trustee;
M.
E.
Wallace
Miami
to
discuss
College
plans.(Back
row,
left)
trustee;
Ted
Flynn,
Chairmanof the Executive
Stan
J.
Sulkowski,
D.O.
AlumniAssociation
Committeeof
the Board;
COMS
President
Merlyn
secretary-treasurer;
Paul
T.
Rutter,
D.O.,
Asso-
McLaughlin;and
Roy
L.
Swarzman,Chairmanciation
presidentand trustee;
Walter
B.
Goff,
of the
Board
of
Trustees.
 
AnOpen
Letter
Without
doubt,
one
semester
in
the
Dean's
Of-
fice
does
not qualify
me to speak
about
all
phases
of
the
College's
program,
but
I
havereached
some
conclusionsI
think
willbe of
interest
to
the
Alum-niof
the
Collegeof
Osteopathic
Medicine
and
Surgery.
My
first
conclusion
relates
to our
faculty.
We
havean
able
and competent
staff;
however,
when
one
sees
them
as
a
group-
a
grouparound
which
one
must
planand work
-
the
full
potential
of
our staff
becomes
apparent.
Our
College
is
a
great
and growing
medical
college
if
I did
not
believe
this
statement,
I
wouldn't
be
here.
Our
faculty
is a
versatile,
imag-
inative,
andproductivegroup.
My
observations
convince me
that
ourfaculty
offers
andprovides
our
students
with.
a
curriculum,
rich
in
content-both
in
the
basicand
clinical sciences.
There
is
no
substitutefor
quality
medical
ed-
ucation.Our
faculty,
I
am
convinced,
wouldbe
dissatisfied
with
anything
less
than
the
best.
Our
faculty
shareswith
the administration
its
enthu-
siasm
for
quality
in
our
medical
educational
goals.
My
secondconclusion
relates
to
our
students.
I
have
thoroughly
enjoyed
the
opportunity
to
meet and exchangeideas
with
the
many
students
who
have found
their
way to
the
Dean's
Office.
When problemshave
beeninvolved,
the
deci-
sion
may not always have
been
favorable
for
the
individualsor
groups
involved;however,
I am
sure
that
the
decisions
of
the
Dean
have
been
consistent
-
and
I
truly
hope,
fair
and
impartial.
For
a
student,
as
for
an
artist,
there
is
such
a
thing
as
a
frame
of
reference.
An
artist
sees
a
picture
-
say
a
watch
-
fromhis
frame
of
ref-
L
il i D
i
Volume
41
March,
1963
Number
1
THE
LOG
BOOK
is
published quarterly by
theCollege
of
Osteopathic
Medicine
and
Surgery.
Second
classpostage
is
paid at
Des Moines,
Iowa.
Address all
mail,
change
of
address,
or
Form
3579
to
722
Sixth
Avenue,
Des
Moines
9,
Iowa.
Editorial
Staff
Editor
.........................................................
Richard
A.
Schreiber
Alumni
Editor
.................................-.......-..
Alvira
LunsfordPhoto Editor
........--.-.............
.....................
.
E.
Lynn Baldwin
National
Alumni
Officers
President
............................................................
Paul
T.
Rutter,
D.O.
President-elect
a......................
ames
T.
Haffenden,
D.O.
Secretary-Treasurer
.....................
Stan
J.
Sulkowski,
D.O.
Past-President
..........................................
........
J.
R.
Forbes,
D.O.
Dean
Niffenegger
erence;muchas
a
student
may
see
the
workings
ofCollege
Administration.
One
artist
may
see
the
front
of
the
watch
while
another
artist
may
see
the
back
of
the
watch. Both have
seen
the
watch;
however,
in
this
case,
bothhave
failed
to
see
the
whole
watch. The
frame
of
reference
for
students,
as
well
as
administration,
is
vital.
My
third
conclusion
pertains
to
ouralumniand
friends.
I
have had
theopportunity
to travel,
in
recent months, from
Los
Angelesto
New York,
with
a
number
of
intermediate
stops.
I
have
had
an
opportunity
to
visit
with many
of
our grad-uates
and
friends.
I
found
a deep
and sincereloyalty to
osteopathic
medicine
from within
and
from
outside
of
the
profession. Our
graduatesare
held in
high esteem
throughout the
country.
We
havemany
friends.
We
must
not
fail
them.
These
are
challengingdays
for
me.
I
find
it
difficult
to keep
up
with my plans and
dreams.
We
do
have
a
capable
faculty
and
an
able
and
loyal
student
body.
I
feel confident
of
the
daysahead.
Ora
E. Niffenegger,
Dean
Spring
Features
Featured
in
the
Spring Issue:
National
AlumniAssociation MeetinginMiami,
p.
2;
An
open
letterfrom
the
Dean,
p.
3;
The
human
ecology
course
at
COMS, p.
4; Twenty-three
receive service
awards,
p.
5;
Alumni
Associationactivities,
p.
6'
Commencement
activities
planned,
p.
6;
COMS
presents
expansion plans,
p.
7;
Faculty
andstaffactivities,
p.
10;
Awards
to
three,
p.
11;
Place-
ment
service,
p.
12;
Alumni
Notes,
p.
13.
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