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RAMBLINGS FROM KAPPA PSI [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
RAMBLINGS FROM KAPPA PSI by: Jim Flaherty,Grand High Pessimistic Historian Peter Lazo, Grand Low Optimistic Historian Long noted for its conservative influence on Cal Medical Center affairs, Kappa Psi once again enjoyed serving the Pharmaceutical Profession this semester. Ever since the founding of Beta Gamma Chapter in 1959, Kappa Psi has launched further into the preservation of the integrity of Pharmacy. As you can tell by the above statements, we believe in doing Really Fine things. We started this extremely gratifying semester by pledging our largest pledge class in history at the Honeybucket. The pledge class was so overwhelmed by the function that he got drunk. Kappa Psi started to have a Father and Son banquet this semester. It was cancelled, however, because not enough brothers had fathers. Athletically, our house was fairly strong this year, as everyone who smelled them can testify. Our basketball team almost downed the Freshman Nurses' team, but they were called in the se...
NURSING NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
NURSING NEWS MONEY MAKING: The first-year nursing students sponsored a raffle as a money-making project for theii class. They raffled off two "haircut, shampoi and set" jobs, at the Bitham Beauty Salon. The drawing was held Monday, April 18. Second-year nursing class, (more sedentary in nature), is knitting bedroom slippers, to be sold in the gift shop of Moffitt Hospital. Don't throw any of those old clothes away —save them for the Nursing Student Body Rummage sale to be held October 7—B, 1960. We need them now! There is a collecting box set up at the Millberry Women's Residence, Ist Floor. Do your spring cleaning and get rid of all those old clothes. P.S. Wanted: a good printing press and some green ink—accepted at above stated residence.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
t * t * PATRONIZE * THE * HONEYBUCKET CLASSIFIED ADS Wanted: Date for Bacchus . . . not choosy Gladys Wurshlegginer, DAshund 4—1432 Found: Petri Dish labeled Staph Viridens. Will loser please call before it spreads too far. MOntrose 4—2323 Wanted: Good teacher .. . See any Dental student » » * » ....CORN.... A student was plagued with the gout; He was troubled with worries and doubt. They asked. "Is he sick?" No, he's doing a trick It's called Getting the student Synapse out. Anonymous
Notes From the Union Sports and Recreation Program [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
Notes From the Union Sports and Recreation Program Children With the exception of regularly-scheduled swim classes and specially-scheduled swim parties, etc., "All Children Must lie Accompanied By An Adult. " Use of Scuba Diving Equipment Numerous requests have been made by Union members desiring to use scuba diving equipment for practice purposes in the Union swimming pool. Up to the present time, the standing policy in this regard has been that "no sundry equipment may be used in the swimming pool." This includes snorkles, flippers, masks, etc. However, because we realize that scuba diving is becoming a highlypopular recreational sport, we would like to provide a time when our Union members may use the swimming pool to practice and check out their equipment. For this purpose the following procedure has been established: Schedule — Spring 1960 Monday and Wednesday evenings B—9 P.M. Rules Regarding Use of Scuba Diving Equipment 1. Obtain advance permission from the Recreation Superv...
MEMORANDUM FROM THE RECREATION SUPERVISOR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
MEMORANDUM FROM THE RECREATION SUPERVISOR Dear Union Member: Each passing month brings new evidence of the increasing interest in the use and participation in our Union athletic and recreational facilities. We feel that the operation has come a long way in the short span of two years. Many events have transpired. Program has developed rapidly. The use of our facilities, both on an individual and a group basis, has increased considerably. It is gratifying to note that the increase is up nearly 25% over the 1958—59 period. All evidence tells us that we can expect even greater demands during the 1960—61 period. Many problems have arisen during the past two years of operation. Some have been solved, some have not. Many of these problems cannot be solved without your help. With this in mind, may I explore with you the purposes for the reactivation of the Recreational Activities Committee. It is through this organization that you can best assist the Recreation Department in meeting your n...
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
SPORTS INTRAMURAL PROGRAM NOTES WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS The women's basketball tournament is in full swing. The teams from x-ray and physical therapy are tied for first place with two wins and no losses. High scorer to date is Donna Betz, with Marjorie Watson running a close second. The next games scheduled for April 26 are as follows: 7:00 P.M. Pharmacy vs X-Ray 8:00 P.M. Nur sing vs X-Ray Bye Dental Hygiene MEN'S INTRAMURALS Eleven teams are entered in the men's spring open basketball league. The league is divided into two divisions. A Division plays on Monday night and B Division plays on Thursday night. Revised schedules for the remainder of league play are available at the Athketic Control Desk. B Division Schedule for Thursday, April 21: 6:45 P.M. Frosh Dental vs Kappa Psi 7:45 P.M. Southern Pacific General Hospital vs Senior Meds Bye Phi Delts A Division Schedule for Monday, April 18 6:45 P.M. General Services vs T-Birds 7:45 P.M. Medical House Staff vs School Staff 8:45 P.M. Psi...
Medical Sciences Exposition Slated Here May 5, 6, 7 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 May 1960
Medical Sciences Exposition Slated Here May 5, 6, 7 This Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association, will sponsor the first annual Medical Sciences Exposition. The exposition, which will be held in the Steninger Gymnasium at the Millberry Union, will consist of more than seventy displays and exhibits from virtually every school, department, institute and foundation at the University of California Medical Center. The purpose of the Exposition is to acquaint students and other interested persons with the activitesi This Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association will sponsor the first annual Medical Sciences Exposition. The exposition, which will be held in the Steninger Gymnasium at the Millberry Union, will consist of more than seventy displays and exhibits from virtually every school, department, institute and foundation at the University of California Medical Center. The purpose of ...
"Marriage-Do-It-Yourself" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 May 1960
"Marriage-Do-It-Yourself" by Vince Blake The Rev. William D. Ryan, S. J., will speak on the subject "M arriage- Do-I t-Y ourself" at the next U.C.M.C. Newman Club meeting to be held on Monday, May 9th. Father Ryan is on the faculty of the University of San Francisco and is an old friend of the Newman Club, having been our guest speaker several times in the past. The meeting will be held in St. Anne's Library (Funston and Judah Streets), beginning at 7:45 p.m. At this last meeting of the school year the Club will elect a new set of officers. Those nominated at the last meeting were: for president, Mike Clarke; for vice-president, Joe Lucido and George Monteverdi; for treasurer, Bob Hickey and Bill Kucher; for recording secretary, Marie Heid and Sue Rivers; for corresponding secretary, Mary Ann Abbott and Claude Bart. Both religious and social activities have been scheduled to complete the Newman spring calendar. On Sunday, May 15th, the Club picnic will get under way in the Los Altos...
EDITOR'S NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 May 1960
EDITOR'S NOTES HOW do you enjoy your job at this school? Is it amounting to just about that? Do you consider the U. C. Medical Center a campus? I will not elucidate on this last question. The important challenge to me IS: What can we, as students, derive from our common experiences on this campus. • It is true we are still a subsidiary campus in many respects, but we are even more than that-we exist as a divided subsidiary campus. Only a few days ago I learned that the secretary of our associated student body is Mary Ann Gidlof, from Dental Hygiene. Can you name the vice-president? Immaterial perhaps-but interesting. • Do the students want unity? External appearances seem to radiate "No!" I wonder if this is really true. I think we would benefit from campus unity-interprofessional associations in our common fields. . . . Next year we will have graduation on this campus. How will you feel when your parent or relative inquires about the speakers from other schools and you must reply t...
Listening In [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 May 1960
Listening In by Barbara Deushane, School of Nursing Overheard in the cafeteria the other day was a heated argument between a young intern and a dark-haired student nurse On the steps of the Union one afternoon last week, we observed a gaunt fourth-year medical student and an attractive nursing student talking about. .. . Why, it was only yesterday that we saw Dean Nahm and Dr. Saunders standing in the hall discussing They were all talking about,. NURSING??? Yes, there has been much controversy around campus, concerning nursing. It seems people have varied opinions as to whether or not U.C. student nurses are being educated with a view of producing the type of nurse both patients and doctors want. What kind of a nurse do patients want? In general, patients say they want someone who's "friendly," "cheerful," "understanding," and "interested in them." They say, also, that they want a nurse in whom they can have confidence, e.g., "one who will be there when you need her." We talked to a...
The Student Branch of AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION First Annual MEDICAL SCIENCES EXPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 May 1960
The Student Branch of AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION First Annual MEDICAL SCIENCES EXPOSITION apse Program Fore wo r d: With the continuous expansion of the Medical Center and the increased amount of research on our campus, it becomes increasingly difficult for a student to follow the developments of Departments and Schools other than his own. In this age of specialization, students must then make an effort to widen their understandings of the companion Health Sciences rather than to become so engrossed in their own particular area, as to remain oblivious to the significant znd timely research and contributions of the complementary areas, and to lose the over-all perspective necessary to carry out professional goals. This effort must be made by the students individually, of course, but it is the hope of the A.Ph.A., in presenting the Medical Sciences Exposition, that it will provide the opportunity to increase this perspective and give further insight into the many specialties ...
EYES AND EARS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 May 1960
EYES AND EARS The survivors posted a notice: "Lost, or stolen, or strayed . . . Our beloved Dr. Willie Banks seems to have been mislaid." And indeed he was, at a recent Big Sur camping trip. Although he was also reported found, I had my doubts until he turned up at the cocktail party held for visiting firemen from Davis, March 30th. Those J.C.s really give a party —and who was that blonde I saw everyone with? Wasn't it during an ASUCMC board meeting discussion on how to raise inter-school spirit that ten members of the Senior Nursing Class were heard returning from a birthday celebration singing "We're here because we're here because we're here," which only goes to prove that spirit (s) is where you find it. And weren't two of those same seniors supposed to be at that meeting? How about it, Cathie and Nancy? Old Pharmacy Students' Tale—all pregnant women, who eat pizza before delivery, have twins. And I have proof—recently a certain prominent Pharmacy student's wife did not eat pizz...