Ohio CoUege of Podwtric Medicine
Administratwn and Faculty
Teacher of the Year
Fraternities and Organizatwns
Henry Linek Oreste A. Vaccari
B~iness Edifffr Editnr-in-Chief
Marc Keyes Richard E. Kwasnik
Junior Edifffr Literary Edifffr
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Abe Rubin D.P.M. Gare Le Compte Ph.D Manuel Arjona M.D. Joel Novack D.P.M.
Harvey Stiffler Ph.D. Christine M. Mitchell M.A.L.S. James A. C<mforti D.P.M. Warren Metzger B.B.A.
Rwkard A. Hennacy Ph.D. Rama N. Iyer Ph.D. Murrary Horwitz D.O. William E. Bart D.D.S.
Robert B. Benyo M.D., Ph.D. Paul D. Dewi,tt M.D. Henry L. Fenwn D.P.M. James R. Gilbert M.S.
Terrance Jaworek D.P.M. Raymond J. Suppan D.P.M. W. Michael Forman D.P.M. Francis Rogers D.P.M.
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Robert D. Monroe D.P.M. Arthur Weinstien D.P.M. Alan Wittenberg D.P.M. Maxine Cammarn M.D.
Rocco J. Palermo D.P.M. Grant Heller M.D. Ralph Wolpaw M.D. Richard Kauffman M.D.
Moid-Un-Di,n Mirza Ph.D. Robert Rosewater L.L.B. Robert P. Winslow B.A. Edward Dell A.B.
Cecelia Wylie Gail Hunter Bill Bailey Judy Mehl Ruth Kilgore
Betty Paquin Maribeth Rainey Vernon Neal Sharon Redfern Bettie Adams
Lillian Taylor Elsah Shealy Michelle Imhoff Bettie Ekstrom
Mari'lee Hinlke Bennie Owens Brian Cantlin Maryann Hamilton Gol,die Scholtz
W. MICHAEL FORMAN D.P.M.
RAYMONDJ. SUPPAN D.P.M.
Di,rector of Surgery
A clinicians objective in therapy is not just a
conjunction, but a true synthesis of art and science,
GLEN BREDEMEYER D.P.M.
Chief of Staff
ALLAN SPENCER D.P.M.
DAVID L. KELLER D.P.M.
FREDRICK BROWN D.P.M.
SAM PERSON D.P. M.
JAMES MAC VEIGH D.P.M.
Jusi,ng the parts into a whole that
unifies his work and makes his two
a scientific healer.
ELLIOT BIGGS D.P.M. TERRY JA WOREK D.P.M.
JAMES CONFORTI D.P.M.
Director of Clinics
FRANCIS ROGERS D.P.M.
HARRY ZEL WIN D.P.M. RESIDENTS
The young doctors most important tool
is his awarness of pe<Yple and human
ROY KROKER D.P.M.
HAL SHANE D.P.M.
MARVIN PRESKE D.P.M.
CHARLES HOBAICA D.P.M. MARK KOLTNOW D.P.M.
with it he can give healing and comfort
where science fails or does not exist.
JOHN FAWCETT D.P.M.
JOHN KANE D.P.M.
Gail Hunter Norene Turner Linda Lash
Mary Walker Judy Cosenza
Ted Peterson B.S.
Elaine Vincent Carmine Starkoff
We drew blood and experience
from our patients, while we hid
our ingnorance behind white
· Teacher of the Year
Terrance E. Jaworek D.P.M.
Ust of Honors
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine,
Summa Cum Laude 1972
Samuel N. Ulevitch M.D.
Award in Dermatowgy 1972
Memarial Award for Clinical Proficwncy 1972
Memarial Award for Scholarly Attributes 1972
Resident Research paper of the Year 1973
Bronze Medal Stickel Award for Research 1973
'~ teacher never krwws where his influence stups, it may affect
The last four years at O.C.P.M. has introduced the Mrs. Karol Jaworek
class of 1974 to a great many teachers. Some were good
and others were excellent. However there was only one
teacher who was outstanding ... Dr. Terrance J aworek.
Most students measure a teachers value in terms of
intellect, wisdom, capability, aptitude and the like. To
expound on these qualities in Dr. Jaworeks case would
be merely academic and to praise Dr. Jaworek would be
A.II we can do is say thank-you Dr. Jaworek for yo:ur
concern in our education and for the enthusiasm by
which you taught. Thank-you for coming to our aid when
our pharmacology course did not meet expectations.
Thank you for the time and devotion you put into your
surgery course. Thank-you for the clinical training you
gave us not by mere explaining but by allowing us to
perform in every situation possible. Thank-you for al-
ways making time to answer our most ignorant ques-
tions or our most difficult problems. Thank-you for
communicating with us as your colleages rather than
students. Thank-you for taking this sad song and mak-
ing it a little brighter.
Most of all Terry, we thank-you for not only being the
te . h r you were but more important, thank-you for
b mg our friend.
The Class of 1974
In your remaining years here at O.C.P.M. what do you h<rpe to take away
with you? A few good grades you earned by countless hours of memorization
before an exam? A re you just here to earn an impressive title? A re you lwping
to find your role in the medical field? Will you fall victim to the disease of
apathy as so many before you? Will you take this "sad song and make it
If you take nothing away from this institution at least be aware of its
dangers and the dangers of almost any school where medicine is taught.
They perpetuate a mode of thinking which classifies morphological form but
not clinical function; they classify disease but not pe<rple or illness; they
classify clinical inferences, but not clinical observation and morbid anatomy
rather than human observation.
They teach you to apply scientific method to analyse the patient but not a
case of human illness. They make one believe that laboratory or morphologic
data can always be used to characterize the details of clinical phenomena.
If you take nothing away at least be aware that the hiatus between textbook
medicine and clinical.medicine increases with clinical judgement.
Remember that we treat patients, not disease and that patients are com-
posed of a soma and psyche; unfortunatly we often forget that.
Remember student if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the
Terence B. Albright Brian S. Bakst Ira S. Belinsky Sheldon L. Bordelove
Steven A. Burns Stephen G. Cafini David J. Carroll John T. Carroll
Cary A Collis Ronald J. Conklin Daniel J. Cavolo Roderick A. Cox
Howard J. Dandenberg Douglas H. Elleby Alvin C. Erbeck Donald P. Feigelson
Arthur E. Goldberg Larry I. Goldstein Richard L. Grant William M. Gutman
Paul F. Haluska Thomas A. Hennie Turner 0. Houston David G. Hutchins
Angel L. Jimenez David J. Kaplan Bart A. Kellerman Marc S. Keys
Marc R. Klein Warren H. Knox Harry M. Kocil Arnold S. Levin
Curtis W. Long William D. Lovelady Robert I. Lubin Marshall J. Sanfield
Michael Z. Metzger Gary P. Milack Michael Nebel Thomas R. Nebel
Simon F. Pels Arthur E. Potash Robert M. Romaine Dean M. Ruday
Howard E. Schreibstein Larry Schuster Harold Schwartz Carl E. Sharp
Alan I. Shulman Jeffrey L. Simon Joseph L. Sindone Anthony F. Sindoni
Steven I. Sugar Theodore N. Surgan John L. Toothaker Mark A. Tozzi
Robert Wachlarz Wayne M. Wargo Sal Weingarten Allan G. Weiss
Robert E. Wendel Norman D. Wright Thomas C. Sandford
Charles L. Beatty III Samuel D. Beitler Myron A. Bodman Blair M. Bycura
John A. Ciccone John R. Cooper Michael G. Coppers Steven B. Caplan
Gary L. Cramer Carl E. Deppen Joseph A. De Vincentis Gary L. Dockery
Gary W. Docks Timothy L. Donaldson Herbert J. Feitelberg Jeffrey M. Feldmon
Jeffrey E. Glaser James C. Graham G. Grant Norman R. Greenberg
Russell A. Grootegoed Robert Gunther Mark P. Hinkes Larry L. Hodson
Danny L. Johnson Douglas Kennedy Robert C. Kramer William F. Lamberg
Laurence J. Lembach Thomas J. Magrann Arnold T. Magy Stephen L. Manes
Daniel R. Marcus Robert C. Martin Leonard D. Mazefsky John A. Morello
James M. Motyl Frank Page Michael J. Ritchey Ronald A. Reifschneider
Earnestine Sledge 'Steven M. Spinner Dennis J. Springer Thomas L. Tauscheck
Lewis M. Vichinsky Larry Weiss Steven N. Wiener Anthony S. Zamojc
David E. Albert David C. Allen Robert T. Angelier Lesley S. Appel
Thomas R. Austad Robert T. Bair Jr. James S. Bartoszek Gary R. Bauer
Richard S. Benjamin Richard Berkowitz Ronald Bilinsky ,
James Bodmer Stan Bosta Elliott Brumer David Buchler
Bruno Casatelli David C. Cavallaro James M. Cawthorne Wayne R. Clayman
Lawrence M. Cohen Martin J. Cohen Sheldon Collis Harry E. Confer
James R. Cornfield Michael J. Curry Fred H. Cutler Frank A. DiCenso
Michaelangelo DiLonardo Babette P. Economos Kenneth 0. Einstein Ralph J. Ernesto
George H. Evancho Donald W. Falknor David P. Feller Thomas L. Ferris
Edward J. Floyd James J. Flynn Phillip L. Forni Barry J. Gallanter
Timothy D. Gilbert Harwood J. Goldberg Gary R. Goodman Rene L. Goossens
David M. Gordon Gene S. Graham Steven M. Grossman David E. Gurvis
Martin C. Harris Neil F. Hertzberg Francis A. Hawthorn Clarence E. Hill Jr.
Fred I. Jacobs Timothy D. James Francis E. Johnston I I Jeffrey S. Kahn
Steven Dassel Herbert L. Kateman Elliot L. Kleinman Bruce A. Krueger
David A. Kutlick David K. Kwong Jay Leff Kenneth W. Levine
James A. Marks Gary Mauro Joel P. Mazelis Daneil W. Merk
James E. Miller Michael R. Miller Paul C. Miller Gaspare S. Minaudo
Frank A. Ognibene Joseph V. Osti Christopher A. Pensiero Thomas A. Pietrocarlo
Michael Polchaninoff Joseph L. ~orto David L. Ramig Gene G. Peister
David C. Peppenhagen Samuel Riase Jr. Dwight R. Ricketts Scott E. Rickoff
Roberta Rowland Lawrence B. Rubin Jeffrey G. Savran Michael S. Schey
Matthew M. Schlosser Philip J. Shapiro Errol Sherman Steven D. Sherman
Ricky H. Siegel Morgan D. Silvers Jerome A. Slavitt John C. Stephens
Stephen K. Su Stewart A. Surloff Evan S. Tarsky Rodney L. Tomczak
David S. Toth ; Deno J. Valentine Bruce M. Vinokur
Thomas C. Turkin
Patricia L. Walsh Michael G. Warshaw Charles A. Watkins Jeffrey S. Weber
Joseph Wong-Sing Sterling C. Wood Joseph S. Zaborowski
Daniel C. Dobas - President
Mike Herbst - Director of Business
Terrance Albright - Director of Extracurricular Activities
Mark J. Kleiman - Director of Local Affairs
Paul Shoenfeld - Director of National Affairs
Allen Moien - Director of Clinics
Arnold Levin - Director of Information
Oreste A. Vaccari - Editor-in-Chief Occopodian
Mark Landry - Editor-in-Chief Footprints
The Ohio Podiatry Student's Association, an affiliate of the
A.P.S.A., is the recognized representative voice of the students of
O.C.P.M. It is administered by a president and a six-member board
of directors, who coordinate local affairs, national affairs, business
affairs, clinical affairs, public affairs, and extracurricular activities.
The elected representatives of O.P.S.A. serve on every major
administrative committee of the College, including Admissions,
Academic Status, Academic Standing, Curriculum, Clinical Admin-
istration, and financial aids. The O.P.S.A. provides outstanding
guest lectures, social events including the annual Christmas clinic
party and a "Foot Ball", co-sponsored with the Women's Board,
and emergency loan fund: as well as giving the student a voice in
the academic and national affairs concerning podiatric medicine.
This year O.P.S.A. has participated in National Foot Health Week
campaigns and sent representative student delegates to the sum-
mer National Podiatry Convention in Washington, D.C. A major
project this year consisted of a complete revision of the con-
stitution. The 0.P.S.A. publishes a student newsletter, "Footprints"
and the College Annual, the "Occopodian". Through the various
committees and publications, the 0.P.S.A. endeavors to provide
leadership for the students and communications to the adminis-
tration for their rights and opinions.
Daniel C. Dobas