O
n the ?utskirts of OCOMS
town
IS
a two story
building called THE
CLINIC. The lower floor
is a kind of halfway house for
adolescent transients rotating
through their scheduled identity
crises. Here they meet with
members of their extended family to
play "Twenty Questions" and
"Show-and-Tell". Sometimes grown­
up role models in white coats sit in
for a friendly game of "Mexican
Sweat" .
Upstairs is a dormitory where an
odd variety of "pee-aytch-dees",
called
Psychs,
live. All Psychs talk
with great conviction about things
none of them are really sure of. This
is called "bluffing", which is why all
Psychs are good at poker.
Richard A. Felmlee, D.O., rCOMS, 1974,
Asst. Prof. of G.P.
Tom E. Denton, D.O., KCCOMS, 1960
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Andrews, L.P.N.
William R. Kennedr, D.O., OCOMS,
1980, Assoc. Prof. of Pediatrics
Thomas R. Pickard, D.O., KCOMS,
1971, Asst. Prof. of G.P.
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