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STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CLARK KERR, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CLARK KERR, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Berkeley, California, September 17 President Clark Kerr of the University of California today urged alumni leaders to support Proposition 4 in the November elections as a measure "that would benefit all higher education of the State." Proposition 4 would permit eight, rather than four, year terms for the new board of trustees recently appointed to govern the State college system. Kerr said he felt the measure would assure the new board continuity and give the trustees greater independence and autonomy. President Kerr, speaking before approximately 125 alumni leaders during a Statewide Conference, also discussed the recently adopted Master Plan for Higher Education and the University's anticipated growth. It is expected, he said, that the University will be able to provide for 119,000 students by 1975. In order to accomplish this, however, The Regents have had to plan for three new general campuses—in Orange County, San Dieg...
CARRIE BEDPAN, Student Nurse [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
CARRIE BEDPAN, Student Nurse by Lee Eton Episode 2: CAFETERIA INTERLUDE As we left Carrie last Spring, she was waiting for the elevator on the second floor of the Medical Sciences building. By some strange quirk of fate it never came. Our heroine, getting very hungry by this time, has come to the fateful decision to walk over to the hospital cafeteria, which is also located on the second floor. At the cafeteria counter she fills her tray with three tomato sandwiches, a bowl of split-pea soup, and a chocolate coffee. While proceeding to a table, Carrie overhears a fascinating conversation. This is particularly luring since she has been out of any communication whatsoever during the summer as she spent the entire time waiting for the elevator—she especially missed her favoriteT.V. program,"Rock and his friends, starring 'Squirrel and Moose.'" Miss Coordinationfour own student nurse)places her tray on the edge of the table at which the conversationalists are seated, attempting to seat ...
WHAT DO YOU NEED? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
WHAT DO YOU NEED? Millberry Union now has two stores to serve your needs. These "shopping centers" are located at opposite ends of the Millberry Courtyard: * STUDENT BOOK AND SUPPLY STORE — Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (the store will also be open Saturday morning, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon), September 17 and September 24). The Student Store carries a complete line of textbooks, medical and dental supplies, stationery and school supplies. Special orders for items not in stock are quickly filled. * BEAR'S WARES — Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This store features gift items, cosmetics, leather goods, cigarettes, candy and tobacco, toys, and such varied items as nylon hose, clocks, shower caps and shoe polish. A film developing service is also available at this location. * ITEMS CARRIED IN BOTH STORES — A newly selected and widely diversified collection of paper back books and pocket editions, popular and classical phonograph records, personal needs, such as tooth...
JR. ALLIANCE HOLDS NEW MEMBERS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
JR. ALLIANCE HOLDS NEW MEMBERS MEETING The San Francisco Junior Dental Alliance, composed of dental students'wives from the University of California and the College of Physicians and Surgeons, will hold its annual Punch Party for new members on Tuesday, September 27, 1960, at the Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity House. A musical program will feature Kathleen Walton, Soprano, performing songs from "Carousel" and "Oklahoma." The Junior Dental Alliance is sponsored by the San Francisco Dental Auxiliary and was organized in 1955. Its purpose is to further the welfare of Dentistry and to promote a spirit of friendliness between families of the two Bay Area Dental Schools. Gay Blake Delta Sigma Delta Dental Wives Club
DELTA SIGMA DELTA DENTAL WIVES CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
DELTA SIGMA DELTA DENTAL WIVES CLUB Mrs. James H. Blake, Jr., Publicity Chairman 48 Behr Avenue, San Francisco 27, California Telephone: LOmbard 4—5194 Delta Sigma Delta Dental Wives Club will hold its first meeting.of the school year, September 29, 1960, at the home of Mrs. Jack Owen, President, 77 Behr Avenue, San Francisco 27, California. The purpose of the meeting will be to welcome new members, and to discuss the organization of events for the coming year.
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
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OPEN LETTER TO THE ASUCMC: [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
OPEN LETTER TO THE ASUCMC: Although nurses seldom work alone anymore, and most of them have jobs in highly complex organizations that bring them into frequent contact with other occupational groups, there is still a sense in which nurses are socially and psychologically isolated. Unfortunately, the nurse's contact throughout the "practical" part of her training for those who attend medical schools, are largely with other nurses. During the professional part of her training, she attends classes with other nursing students, receives instruction mainly from teachers who are themselves nurses, spends considerable time in a hospital setting, where she is identified as a member of a nursing group, and has relatively few opportunities for establishing meaningful relationships outside of nursing circles. Even when she receives training in a hospital that is connected with a medical school, she seldom, if ever, has an opportunity to attend classes with medical students or those in training f...
DUO DI ROMA TO APPEAR AT MILLBERRY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
DUO DI ROMA TO APPEAR AT MILLBERRY Italy has become, since the last war, the source of some of the finest chamber music this century has heard. The Quartetto Italiano, the Virtuosi de Roma, the Quintetto Boccherini, the Quartetto di Roma, are only a few of the groups that delighted the music lovers of this country. Among this illustrious company, the Duo di Roma, which will make its fourth U.S. tour during the 1960-61 season, holds a high place. Ornella Santoliquido, pianist, and Massimo Amfitheatrof, cellist, who comprise this famous Duo, were first heard by American audiences when they appeared as soloists on the first visit to this country of the Virtuosi di Roma, of which they were the co-founders, On this occasion they were singled out by the critics for special praise in every city where the group played. In 1957, these two artists toured North America for the first time as the Duo di Roma. When they played in Chicago, the Daily Tribune wrote: "It was a particularly happy circ...
"VIEWPOINT 1960" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
"VIEWPOINT 1960" Two lecture-discussions of importance to all residents of the U.C. Medical Center will be presented on Thursdays, October 13 and 27, at 11 a.m., in the Steninger Gymnasium at the Millberiy Union. These meetings, sponsered by the School of Pharmacy Student Body, will feature representatives from the major Presidential Campaign Headquarters, speaking in open forum, to further elucidate the great issues facing us as voters in the November election. Both will emphasize opinions and policies of special medical interest. The lecture of October 13 will present Dr. John Cline, past president of the A.M.A. and present chairman of the American Cancer Society. Dr. Cline, representing the Doctors' Committee for Nixon-Lodge, will draw from wide experience in private and public practice to delve into proposed measures of governmental health legislation. On October 27, Mr. Quentin Kopp, member of the San Francisco Legal Aid Society, will moderate a panel of distinguished Bay Area ...