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Shown
(left
to
right)with
Roy
Swarzman
are
Faye
M.
Miller,
Pat
Johnson,
Mary
R.
Guffey,
Willa
C.
Tucker,
Dr.
LloydW.
Ficke,
Dr.
ElizabethBurrows,
and
JohnP.
Clark,
whoreceivedfive-year
certificates,
and
Hilda
Savereid,
who
received
a
ten-yearcertificate.
(Not
shown
is
Pearl
Christian
..
.
tenyears
of
service.)
ILOG
B9Ok
Volume
42
March,
1964
THE
LOGBOOK
is
published
quarterly
by
theCollege
of
OsteopathicMedicineandSurgery.
Second
classpostage
is
paidat
DesMoines,Iowa.
Address
all mail,changeof
address,
orForm
3579
to
722
Sixth
Avenue,DesMoines,
Iowa
50309.
Editorial
Staff
Honor
COMS
Employees
Nine
COMS
employees
w
e
r
e
honored
atthe
College
on
December
19,
when
Roy
Swarzman,chairman
of
the
COMS
Board
of
Trustees,
presentedcertificates
of
appreciationto
themfor
their
yearsofservice.
Mrs.
PearlChristian,
C
o
ll
e
g
e
Hospital
Admitting
Office,
and
Hilda
Savereid,College
ClinicSecretary,
were
awarded
certificates
for
ten
years
of
continuous
service.
Five
-
yearcertificateswerepre-sentedto
Dr.
Elizabeth
Burrows,chairman,
Department
of
Obstetrics
and
Gynecology;
John
P.
Clark,
De-
partment
of
Chemophysiology;
Dr.
Lloyd
W.
Ficke,
chairman,
Depart-
ment
of
Pathology;
Mary
R.Guffey,College
Hospital
Nursing
Services;
Pat
Johnson,
College
Clinic
HeartStation;
Faye
M.Miller,
Depart-
ment
of
Microbiology
and
Willa
C.
Tucker,
College
Clinic
Admitting
Officer.
This
is
the
third
year
that
certifi-
cateshavebeen
awarded
to
COMS
employees.
SpringFeatures
Featured
in
this
issue:
Honor
COMS
Employees,
p.
2;
CommencementPlans,
p.
3;
Club
Plan
Members,
Two
Honored,
p.
4;
Gifts
and
Grants,
p.
5;
Conference
Speakers,
pp.
6,
7,8,
9;
Conference
Program,Pastoral
PsychologyCourse,
p.
10;
Feature-Anesthesiology,
pp.
11,12,
13;NursesFinish
Course,
p.
14;
DOCARE,
Seal
Campaign,
Student
Tour,
p.
15;Career-Guidance,
ACOS
Postgraduate
Course,
p.
16;Placement
Service,
Faculty
Notes,
p.
17;
Alumni
Notes,
pp.
18,
19;
Fraternity
Notes,
p.
19;
Graduate
School,
p.
20.
Editor
-
-......
.......................
Alumni
Editor
Photo
Editor
........
NATIONAL
President
..
..........
President-elect
........
........
Vice-President
........
.......
Secretary-Treasurer
.-.....
Past-President
and
DireDirector--.........................D irector
.............................
Bernice
S.
WilsonAlviraLunsford
E.
Lynn
Baldwin
ALUMNIOFFICERS
-------
ames
T.
Haffenden,
....-----.....
Joseph
B.
Baker,
-------.
Paul
E. Kimberly,
-..-..........
Stan
J.
Sulkowski,
ctor
-.....-
Paul
T.
Rutter,
-----................
Dale
Dodson,
.................
Walter
B.
Goff,
D.O.
D.O.D.O.D.O.D.O.D.O.D.O.
The
Cover
Dr.
Joseph
E.
Prior,
anesthesiologist,
assists
a
student
in
theproperpositioning
of
the
spinalneedle
in
prepara-tionfor
spinal
tappuncture.
The
spinal
tap
puncture
is
a
procedureforobtaining
spinal
fluid
for
laboratory
chemical
analysis.
The
results
of
the
analysisare
used
for
diagnosis
of
cerebralhemorrhage,cerebral
thrombosis,poliomyelitis,spinalcord
tumor,
brain
tumor,
and
multiple
sclerosis.
Cover
photograph
byE.
LynnBaldwin,Chairman,
Medical
Illustration
Department
2
 
Senior
Banquet
Speaker
Edwin
Albert
Link,Binghamton,
New
York,
will
be
the
speaker
for
the
1964
COMS
Senior
Banquet
at
Hotel
Savery
in
Des
Moines,
on
Thursday,June
4,at
7:00
P.M.
Link-inventor,
educator,
business
man,and
com-
mercial
pilot-is
internationally
knownfor
his
work
in
theaviation
field.
His
best
knowninventions
are
the
Link
Flight
Trainers
and
Simulators,
Navigation
Equip-
ment,and
Marine
Diving
Equipment.
Altogether
he
has
nineteen
patents.
In
1953
he
established
the
LinkFoundation
for
the
advancement
of
aerospace
andoceanographic
research,
training
andeducation.
Link
waspresident
of
the
General
Precision
EquipmentCorporation
from
1958
to
1959.
Since
1963
hehas
been
chairman
of
the
Executive
Com-
mittee
of
the
Simulation
and
Control
Group,General
Precision,
Inc.
He
is
the
recipient
of
manyawardsincludingtheWakefieldGold
Medal
fromthe
Royal
Aeronautical
Societyof
London,1947;
the
U.S.
Air
Force
Excep-
tional
Service
Award,
1954;the
Honorary
Degree,
Doctor
of
Commercial
Science,
from
Tufts
University,
1952;
the
Frank
G.
Brewer
Trophy,
awarded
by
the
National
Aeronautics
Association,and
the
Boston
Sea
Rover
Award,
presented
in
March,
1963.
Linkis
theco-author
withCaptain
P.V.
H.
Weems,
USN,
of
"SIMPLIFIEDCELESTIAL
NAVIGATION,"
and,
withMarion
C.
Link,
of
"A
NEW
THEORY
ON
COLUM-
BUS'VOYAGE
THROUGH
THE
BAHAMAS,"
published
by
theSmithsonian
Institution,
and
an
article,
"MANIN
SEA,"
published
in
the
National
GeographicMagazine,
May,
1963.
Link
served
as
chairman
of
the
Joint
Panel
on
Test
and
Training
Equipment,
of
the
GuidedMissile
Com-mittee,Researchand
DevelopmentBoard,from
1948
to
1952.
He
is
presentlyserving
as
a
member
of
the
Board
of
Governors,
Flight
Safety
Foundation;
theAdvisoryBoard
of
theAcademy
of
Aeronautics,
and
the
U.
S.
Navy,
DeepSubmergence
Systems
Review
Group.
Commencement
Plans
Announced
"COMS
commencementplansare
shapingintowhat
webelieve
will
be
of
interest
and
of
valueto
all
alumni,"
Dean
Ora
E.
Niffenegger
said
when
he
announced
thefollowing
events.
The
Senior
Banquet
will
be
held
on
Thursday
evening,
June
4,
at the
Hotel
Savery.
Edwin
A.
Link,
inventor,educator,
and
explorer
and
also
the
founder
of
the
LinkFoundation,
established
in
1953,
for
the advancement
of
aerospace
andoceanographicresearch,
training
andedu-cation,
will
be
the
banquet
speaker.
Commencement
exercises
will
be
held
atthe
North
Auditorium,6th
Avenueand
HolcombStreet,
on
Friday
evening,
June
5,
at
7:30
p.m.
"Rehabilitation
of
the
Cardiovascular
Cripple"
is
the
theme
of
the
Annual
Commencement
Postdoctoral
Course
which
will
be
held
on
Thursday
and
Friday,
June
4
and
5,
at
the
Hotel
Savery.
The
committee
in
charge
of
program
arrangements
includes
Ora
E.Niffenegger,
J.
D.,
Dean;
Donald
L.
Cummings,
D.O.,
Program
Chairman;
and
Philip
Klieger,
M.D.,
Moderator.
Lecturers
for
the
Postdoctoral
Course
will
include:
DemetrioSodi-Pallares,
M.D.,
Head,
Department
of
Electrocardiography,
National
Institute
of
Cardiology,and
Professor
of
Medicine,
NationalUniversity
of
Mexico.
JoseAntonio
Quiroz,
M.D.,
Opthalmologist
of
the
National
Institute
of
Cardiology
and
Nutrition
Hospital,
and
Professor
of
Opthalmology,
National
University
of
Mexico.
Philip
A.
Klieger,
M.D.,
Chief,MedicalEduca-tionalActivities,
Department
of
Health,
Education
and
Welfare,
Washington,
D.C.
Merrill
E.
Hunt,
M.S.,
Director,IowaState
Division
of
VocationalRehabilitation.
Erle
Fitz,
D.O.,
AssistantClinicalProfessor,Psychiatry,College
of
OsteopathicMedicine
andSurgery.
Bryon
E.
Laycock,
D.O.,
ClinicalProfessor,Os-teopathicPrinciples
and
Techniques,
College
of
Os-teopathicMedicine
and
Surgery.
H.
L.
Benshoof,
M.S.,
RegionalRepresentative,VocationalRehabilitation
Administration,
Department
of
Health,
Education
and
Welfare,
Kansas
City,
Missouri.
HONORED
Wayne
Otis
Reed,
Ph.D.,
who
will
be
remembered
as
the
speaker
for
COMS'
Commencement
on
June
7,
1963,
was
honored
on
Saturday.
February
8.
1964.
when
the
University
of
Nebraska
p
r
e
s e
n
t
e
d
him
with
thehonorary
degree
of
Doctor
of
Laws
for
his
distinguish-
ed
service
inthe
causeof
education.
Dr.
Reed,
Deputy
Com-missioner
of
Education,
United
States
Office
of
Education,
Department
of
Healt
h,
Education
and
Welfare,
is
an
alumnus
of
the
University
and
a
native
of
Nebraska.
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