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New Booklet For Frosh [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
New Booklet For Frosh It is hoped that the fall semester of this year will be the issuing date of the U.C. Medical Center's first welcoming booklet for incoming students. The booklet, which is to be a counterpart of the booklets that are being published by all other campuses of the University, is intended to serve as an introductory guide to our campus and its history. The pamphlet will have introductory letters from each of the four schools on the campus, as well as factual information pertaining to the individual schools. Also a section of the book will be devoted to information concerning special interest groups and those activities which are open to all students, irrespective of his or her school. financing for the pamphlet is still indefinite, but faculty advisors assure the California Club, which is in charge of compiling the material, that the needed funds will be available when publishing time arrives. Any student organization that desires to be represented in the booklet sh...
School of Pharmacy Election Pharmacy Student Body Officer Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
School of Pharmacy Election Pharmacy Student Body Officer Chosen Student leadership for the coming, year in the School of Pharmacy will be under the able hand of RON ALLSMAN, newly elected and installed Student Body Presnident, Ron, who calls Angels Camp, Calif., as his home, graduated from Bret Harte Union High there in 1954 after serving as President of the Student Body and being active in athletics and scholarly pursuits. He was a Bank of America Recipient, and went on to U.C. in Berkeley to serve as the President of the Pre-Pharm Society. Here on the San Francisco campus, Ron's participation in activities have not decreased. He has been Soph Class President, a class A Ph A Rep., a member of Kappa Psi, and for the past year has served as Chairman of the Committee preparing Student Body Programs. Participation in Student Body activities runs in the family now, for in August, 1958, Ron and Margot Allsman were married. Wife Margot is a freshman Pharmacy student and presently serving...
O. K. U. Awards [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
O. K. U. Awards Eight members of the senior dental class were invited to accept membership in Rho Rho Chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, the national dental honor society. This award is extended to those students who, over the four year pariod, have maintained the highest scholastic record in their class. The eight seniors are: Donald Dal Porto, Thomas Moore, George Payne, Paul Peppard, Robert Ruhe, Ronald Salter, Daniel Sullivan, Neal Wells. An annual award is offered to a member of each of the freshman, sophomore and junior classes. This will be a gift certificate toward the purchase of a book at J. W. Stacy. The students chosen by their respective classmates are: John Dabroi, Freshman; Leland Perry, Sophomore; Vern Tueller, Junior, These awards will be presented to the above at the annual dinner of the Chapter on June 9th at the Olympic Club.
ADA Rep Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
ADA Rep Chosen Dental Students of the class of 1960 participated recently in run off competition to determine a representative to the American Dental Association sponsored 1959 centennial student clinic program. Participation was limited to Junior dental students who competed in a presentation of clinics for the honor of presenting their clinic at the centennial meeting in New York in September. The finalists were Terry Hayes who won the expense paid honor by presenting a clinic on "Orthopedic principles as applied to Periodontics in Treatment and fixation splinting," and Angela Callio was runner-up with a fine presentation of "The technique of personalized denture tinting."
Dentistry School Holds Elections [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Dentistry School Holds Elections The new officers of the senior class are: Ken Russell, president; Dave Dinegar, vice president; Yue Mar, secretary treasurer. At this posting the social chairman for the seniors is still unknown. It looks like nothing but hard work ahead for the seniors next year. The Juniors have Burke Royle at the helm, Celdon Lewis with one hand on the tiller is vice prexy, Tom Hoopes is handling the doubloons, and Dick McKenna is in charge of festivities. The new Sophomores' head liaison is Jim McCartney. Dick Manson is second in command, Janet Wong has the pencil, and Tight Hold on the purse strings. Pet? Feder is responsible for keeping Spirits high next semester.
Neurologist Gives Talk On Ireland [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Neurologist Gives Talk On Ireland Dr. Scan O'Reilly will be the speaker at the next 8:15 p.m. meeting of the Irish Literary and Historical Society Friday, May 29, at Druids Hall, 44 Page St. Topic of his talk will be: "Cultural and Social Progress in Ireland." Dr. O'Reilly is a native of Killarney, a graduate of University College, Cork, and a physician at the University of California Medical Center. He is one of the eight neurologists in the U.S.A. who, recently, were awarded the two year fellowship for research given by the Parkinson's National Medical Foundation to physicians who are recommended for their ability in this field of medicine.
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22. California MOntrose 1-1444 Ernie Rossi, Editor Loren Mendel, Managing Editor Jackie Roth, Seety. Ted Nakata, Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Lila Redlich, Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Trixie McHarg, Assoc. Editor, Nursing Photographer, Ted Nakata; Sports Editor, Hiro Miyahara. Published monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mall.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
EDITORIAL Another year at the Med. Center is rapidly drawing to a close. The wide-eyed freshman is no longer wide-eyed. The "hang loose" sophomore is rapidly adopting the carriage of the self confident Junior. The Juniors in turn are looking eagerly forward to the approach of the home stretch —the Senior year. As for the battle scarred senior—theirs is the inheritance of the promised land. Graduation —State Boards— internships, etc., and the beginning of an even greater struggle for security in the building of their professional lives in the communities to which they go to live—the peace of mind that comes of doing a good job in one's chosen profession. To them —our future colleagues, we of the Synapse staff wish to present our congratulations on their matriculation and best wishes for a successful future in their chosen field. We've enjoyed their association with us during the past few years and wish them well. This year has been an eventful one with many events occurring and many ...
School of Pharmacy A Message from Outgoing President TED BACHMAN [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
School of Pharmacy A Message from Outgoing President TED BACHMAN TED i BACHMAN, School of Pharmacy Student Body President for the school year 1958-1959, has just completed a very successful tour of office. After having turned the reins of office over to RON ALLSMAN, Ted had a few words to say to the members of the Student Body: "As my last attempt to get your attention, I would like to thank all of you for your kind cooperation and attendance at the Student Body Meetings, and your' support of the functions we have endeavored to hold, including the picnics, the Christmas Party, and the election of King Bacchus from the Pharmacy School — all of which I felt were successes and I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did." "I will not attempt to be nostalgic and say I regret turning over my office to my successor, RON ALLSMAN, and will miss the hallowed halls and the bouncing elevators, so I won't say any more. . . ." "I feel I must add, however, that I am indeed appreciative for the fine ...
Symphony Concert Is Free to Public [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Symphony Concert Is Free to Public The S.F. Recreation Symphony Orchestra, under the directorship of Verne Sellin, will present a concert Sunday afternoon, May 31, in the Auditorium of the Marina Junior High School at 2:00 p.m. Benjamin Davis, talented young San Francisco pianist, who is a pupil of the noted concert pianist, Charles Cooper, will be featured as the soloist. While there is no charge for the concert, seating is limited. Tickets may be obtained by sending a self-addressed envelope to Music Division, Recreational Arts Building, 50 Scott St.
Residence Halls [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Residence Halls The residence halls are announcing a new reduced rate of $35.00 monthly per student on a nine and twelve month contract basis. Housing is offered to accepted students attending the University of California Medical Center. The completion of the two additional floors offers accommodations for a total of 105 men in the Millberry Union Building. Facilities include a lounge-study room on each floor. There are facilities for 112 women in Millberry Residence at the above rate. Parnassus residence accommodates 150 women at the rate of $30.00 monthly per student on a nine and twelve month contract basis. Each room accommodates two students and is furnished with beds, desks, chairs, study lamps, bedspreads, draperies, and all linens with the exception of blankets. These rooms have been designed for convenience arjd comfort with built-in book shelves, large wardrobe closets, drawers, wash basin, and mirror. Thorough cleaning of the room is done weekly by maids, however resident...
From the Desk of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
From the Desk of The Union Director '5960 Film Program —During the coming summer we will select and order all feature length films, short subjects, and cartoons for the '55-'6O school year. We would be considerably aided in this task by the benefit of your comments and suggestions on the film program. Next time you pass one of our two suggestion boxes (Central Desk and Chuck Wagon) may we hear from you on— —When we should show films? (Friday nights? Saturday nights? Sunday nights? Sunday afternoons? Other?) —What kinds of features you would like to see presented? Specific films you would like to see us book? tailed one, we intend to make every effort to present a wide variety of interesting summer activities designed for your pleasure" and participation. We hope that we may continue to have your support and to serve you during the months of June, July, and August. The "Big" Push— or more properly, the "long haul" is on! All of this is to say that we are very hopeful, that through a ...
SUMMER SCHEDULE-GUY S. MILLBERRY UNION EFFECTIVE JUNE 11, 1959 – SEPTEMBER 8,1959 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
SUMMER SCHEDULE-GUY S. MILLBERRY UNION EFFECTIVE JUNE 11, 1959 - SEPTEMBER 8,1959 HOURS REMARKS UNIT GENERAL BUILDING 11:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M.. Mon. through Friday Closed Week-Ends Includes Central Desk, Games Area, and Lounges CAFETERIA Closed All Summer, 6-11-59 to 9-8-59 Repeat: Closed All Summer FOUNTAIN 11:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M., Mon. through Friday Closed Week-Ends Continuous Meal Service During Open Hours on Week-Days FACULTY CLUB 11:15 A.M.-1:30 P.M.. Mon. through Friday Closed Week-Ends Serving Luncheon Only. (Same Hours as During School Year) CANTEEN 7:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon. through Friday Closed Week-Ends Same Hours as During School Year BOOK ft SUPPLY STORE 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Mon. through Friday Closed Week-Ends Sam* Hours as During School Year ATHLETIC WING 11:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M., Mon. through Friday Closed Week-Ends Watch for Special Program Announcements 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Mon. through Friday Closed Week-Ends Same Hours as During School Year OFFICE HOURS GARAGE ft HOUSING S...
Summer Schedule For Union [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Summer Schedule For Union It was decided at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Union Board of Governors on the following schedule as the operational hours of the building during the summer. In addition to the schedule of hours, your attention is called to the following factors relating to Union summer operations: A) Duration Period—The sum- mer schedule will go into effect Wednesday, June 11,1959. Normal operations will resume on Tuesday, September 8, 1959. B) Catering—Since the building is to be completely closed on weekends (except for the dormi- Tories) the Union Food Services Department will not be able to accept catering reservations for Saturdays or Sundays. C) Programming — Despite a curtailed operational schedule during the coming summer, plans are being made for special social, cultural, recreational, and athletic activities during June, July, and August. Announcements of these events will be properly circulated. D) Changes—lt must be stressed that since this is th...
Newman Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Newman Club The final evens of the semester for the UCMC Newman Club will be the Communion Breakfast on Sunday, May 31, after the 9:30 Mass at St. Anne's Church. It will be held in the school cafeteria and members of the club will be the guests of St. Anne's parish. The highlights of the breakfast will be the honoring of graduating seniors, an address by Dr. Harold Harper, Newman Club . faculty moderator, and the installation of new officers. Those candidates who have already been nominated are: President—Vince Blake, Pharmacy; Vice President—Ellen Brown, Pharmacy; Barbara Conrad, Nursing, and Pat Doneen, Dental Hygiene; Recording Secretary—Nickie Haumeder, Nursing; Corresponding SecretaryJoanne Guide, Nursing, and Maxine Sam, Nursing; -TreasurerDick McKenna, Dentistry, and Mark Westervelt, Medicine. Need any more be said?
S. of M. Sophs Have 'Curriculum Committee' [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
S. of M. Sophs Have 'Curriculum Committee' Members of the student committee attended the annual meeting of the School of Medicine's Curriculum Committee in April to present the latter group with viewpoints held by many secondyear students pertaining to the curriculum of the second year. Many of the courses and their instructors were praised as having been outstanding in the opinion of th° class; some suggestions were made, advocating possible changes in the curriculum. Most of these proposed changes called for reallotment of class hours among some of the courses. The second year class's Curriculum Committee has also been active in attempting to obtain some relief from the heavy final examination schedule that has been looming before the class. Committee members report that instructors have responded quite sympathetically and cooperatively, with the result that the initial schedule calling for eight finals to be given in four examination days has been revised so that the examinations...
Ushering Tickets [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Ushering Tickets How would you like to see "Two for the See-Saw"? Well, you can, and it won't cost you anything if you act quickly. Student ushering tickets are available for the June 15th and June 16th performances, but they will be distributed on a first-come—first-served basis. Students who are interested should reserve tickets as soon as possible at the Dean of Students Office, Room 238 UC Hospital Building.
Nurses' Notes [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Nurses' Notes As the semester draws to a close, the nursing students pause for a moment to Survey the events past and take a look Into the future. April 23rd found us enjoying an exchange with Stanford Nursing School. This year's exchange was held here at the Medical Center. Swimming, refreshments, and just plain chit-chat were the agenda for the evening. April also brought the Bacchus Dance — the annual evening of fun, frolic (and good spirits?). We can't leave April's musings without including the Senior Cake Sale. The baking side of this tends to outweigh the selling side. The nutrition lab rings with laughter as we demonstrate our skills with the mixing bowl. All who attended the SNAC meeting April 13th in 610 dorm heard Mrs. Lucille Petry Leone, a public health nurse and highly respected member of the nursing profession. On May 7th, Nancy Jamison and Nikke Haumeder left for the National Student Nurses Association convention which was held in Philadelphia. We're looking forward ...
The Mardi Gras [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
The Mardi Gras On May 9th the Millberry Union cafeteria served as the site for the annual Dental School Formal. True to the theme Mardi Gras, the gala event was characterized by a bustling mob of dental students, hygienists and faculty members; all were accompanied by companions in equally mad hysteria. And the cafeteria was no longer recognizable as the cafeteria, for the decorations were perfect to the scheme and the atmosphere was one of the original Mardi Gras. Once out on 'the dance floor a couple would "meld" in the crowd to the soothing melodies of Rudy Salvini and his band, and only, "oofs," "ouches" and an occasional "pardon me" could be heard. The west end of the cafeteria, the existence of which was previously unknown to man, was decked out for food and drinks. The par excellent food (all of of which was free of course) consisted of hors d'oeuvres, a variety of salads, cold cuts and meatballs. The champagne, too, flowed freely. Yes, Spring had turned young men's fancies (...