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From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
From the Desk of the Union Director To: The Editors, THE SYNAPSE From: R. A. Alexander, Union Director VERY SPECIAL EVENT Your attention is called to a separate article in another section of this issue, dealing with an unusual concert to be staged in the Millberry Union Gymnasium at 8:00 p.m. on Monday evening, October 24. On this date, the Campus Committee for Arts and Lectures will present the DUO Dl ROMA, one of the finest musical ensembles in all Europe. FILMS Friday, October 14-"LES GIRLS" (Kay Kendall, Gene Kelly, Mitzi Gaynor.) Friday, October 21 -"THE ADULTRESS" (with "Oscar winner, Simone Signoret.) Attendance atthis semester's films to date has shown a marked increase over last semester. In a short time, the Union Film Sommittee will select feature films, shorts and cartoons for the second semester. Your program suggestions are encouraged and should be deposited in the Central Desk Suggestion Box. ART EXHIBIT The third in this year's series of art exhibitions (sponsored by...
PHARMACY NEWS ....... MORE GIRLS! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
PHARMACY NEWS ....... MORE GIRLS! This year we see an increase in the number of girls in Pharmacy. Out of the eighty freshman students, fifteen are girls. This shows that the number of women interested in Pharmacy is on the increase. Let's stick with it gals! &lt;§&gt; In honor of the freshman girls, the girls of the sophomore class gave a luncheon Wednesday, October sth. At the luncheon the new girls were introduced to their colleagues (sophomores, juniors and seniors). We hope they now feel that they are a part of the school, as well as of their class. Other Events: Toy Kim Yee, a June graduate, will be married on October 16 to Dr. Vincent Yuen. Dr. Yuen is now serving his internship here at the Medical Center. Another June graduate, Gail Hubach, is expecting a baby. Congratulations to both of you. Ono and Fronk
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-1444 Paul Rhodes Glen Cureton Editors Robbie Bradley Assoc. Editor, Nursing John Hansen Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Jim Blake Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Assoc. Editor, Medicine Wayne Foster Assoc. Editor, Fraternities Virginia Young Feature Editor Frank Harrison Photographer Howard Blatner Cartoonist Published bi-monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center
PHARMACY SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
PHARMACY SCHOOL PICNIC With hopes for a warm, sunny day the Pharmacy School caravan will descend upon the confines of Flood Park Thursday, October 20, for an afternoon of sport, good food and informal comradeship. As the supremecy of student pharmacists for indoor sport is well known, we shall seek to once again, display our great agility and athletic prowess in the great out-of-doors. A Softball contest between the Freshmen and Sophomores will kick off activities at 10:30, with the virile and vigorous third-year class meeting the aging old men of the fourth-year class at 12:30. Barring the chance of skill winning out, the Juniors should achieve their first victory in three years, and win the trophy for softball excellence. Tennis, horseshoes and volleyball will be at the disposal of the more prudent athletes, and swimming for fence climbers and for gate-crashers. Hungry athletes and spectators will again gorge themselves with gastronomical goodies concocted by Chet Daniels and assi...
RAMBLINGS AT KAPPA PSI [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
RAMBLINGS AT KAPPA PSI by Tru Scientist Culturally esteemed throughout the ages and lohg noted for its conservative professional influence on University policy, Beta Gamma Chapter ensued ever more into the realm of professional optimism. Since our founding, we still stand for our great professional motto: Science Knowledge Chemistry Unitedness Fraternal ism. Socially speaking, you might have remembered our first beauty Queen contest last semester. Our queen, Gretchen Beast, was selected for her nieveness. As queen, she reigned over our semiquarterly Kennel party. Our Luau was stupendous last May. The decorations were lavishing, they included Palms, poison oak, ivy and sumac among other greenery. Those who attended scratched many times in remembrance of this occasion. We flooded the garage with water and called it the river Nile. During the first part of the evening, the brothers swam around the lower half of the Upper Nile and during the latter part of the evening, the upper half of...
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE Impressions of a contemporary Wandering Minstrel One of the most remarkable things I've noticed about the medical profession is its wonderful Public Relations and Advertising Department. I don't mean to say that they give credit or have blinking neon signs or sponsor TV programs. It's none of this sort of thing at all. What I refer to is the "image" .... the side exposed to the public eye. An example of their fine public relations is the use of "doctor" to mean "physician." One sees ads referring to "The Doctor of Tomorrow," hears the admonition "An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away," and observes white-robed youths remarking that they're studying to be "Doctors." Now there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with this except that it's confusing to all the other people who think they're doctors too. These others are so convinced that they really are doctors that you can even hear them call one another by that (by this time pretty well muddled) title. This confusio...
NURSING NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
NURSING NEWS The first year nursing students were honored at a welcoming party on Friday, September 23rd. The party, sponsored by the second year class, was held in three adjoining apartments at the Married Student Housing community. Coffee was served, freshmen and upperclassmen mingled, and everyone had a jolly time. • The first year class was again honored on October 5, at the annual capping ceremony, held in the auditorium of the 610 Parnassus Residence. At this ceremony the first year students received their nursing caps —which they will wear throughout training and later during their careers. # October 7th and Bth marked the Nursing Student Body rummage sale. The location of the sale was on Sutter St., between Steiner and Pierce. This annual money raising event afforded not only a source of income, but rare experiences in the fields of sociological observations,economics, diplomatic relations, bargaining, and soliciting (of rummage). # Special Notice: These days the first year ...
FULBRIGHT APPLICATION DEADLINE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
FULBRIGHT APPLICATION DEADLINE Only one month remains to apply for some 800 Fulbright scholarships for graduate study or research in 30 countries, the Institute of International Education reminded prospective applicants today. Applications are being accepted until November 1. Inter-American Cultural Convention awards for study in 17 Latin American countries have the same filing deadline. Receipients of Fulbright awards for study in Europe, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific area will receive tuition, maintenance and round-trip travel. lACC scholarships cover transportation, tuition, and partial maintenance costs. HE administers both of these student programs for the U.S. Department of State.
PHARMACY RUSHING FOR FALL, 1960 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
PHARMACY RUSHING FOR FALL, 1960 The Interfraternity Council of School of Pharmacy has officially set down rules for this fall rush. The formal rush period will commence on Friday, October 7, and end Saturday, October 22, during which time each fraternity will have two official rushing functions. They are: Kappa Psi —Thursday, October 13 and Wednesday, October 19; Phi Delta Chi — Wednesday, October 12 and Friday, October 21; Ro Pi Phi — Monday, October 10 and Friday, October 14. An interest box will be placed at the Pharmacy Supply Room on the Bth floor of Medical Science building. Those students who are interested in rushing this fall should drop their names and order of fraternity preference (this latter being optional) in the interest box between the dates of Friday, October 7, and the dead-line at 5 p.m. Monday, October 24. Bids from fraternities will be extended starting Tuesday morning, October 25. Those interested in pledging a fraternity will have until Monday, October 31, 7 ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
ARE YOU AS READY FOR THE FALL TERM AS YOU THINK YOU'RE READY FOR THE FALL TERM? Check off the items: Raccoon coat. Stutz Bearcat. Beanie. Bank of America Checking Account... Bank of America Checking Account? Naturally! It's the safest way in the world to pay bills (the cancelled check is your receipt). It's the perfect way to keep track of funds. And, it's economical! Open yours today at B of A! BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SUNSET BRANCH | ™
CARRIE BEDPAN --- Student nurse [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
CARRIE BEDPAN --- Student nurse EPISODE 3: Journey On-On-n As Carrie continues her journey in the U.C. Medical Center edifice, she passes the hospital coffee shop. Characteristic possession of a sharp ear once more enables our gallant trouper to overhear conversation this time through the glass of the coffee-bean container. From within came the sweet voice of a female coffee-bean conferring with a bean of the opposite sex. Miss Bean quipped "I can be made in an instant, but really prefer the old grind." Carrie strained to hear more, but voices drowned out by ensuing roar of the coffee grinder. Although there is an elevator stopped at the second floor level Miss Bedpan enters the stairwell to climb to the third floor as three is her lucky number on Wednesdays. In the stairwell she finds the May 18th issue of the ASUCMC every-other WEAKLY Synapse that she had lost last Spring. Finding no article which interests her she finally becomes engrossed in the detail of the front page cartoon....
MUIR WOODS HIKE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
MUIR WOODS HIKE Four of us, Dorothy Hardie, Dorothy Swisher, Pat Patam and Al Childs, went on a six-mile hike in Muir Woods on Saturday, October Ist. Al Childs was our guide. We left the main camp at 9:45 and followed the Ben Johnson trail and TCC trail to Van Wyck. The fog burned off ahead of us, so the day was nice. We ate lunch at Van Wyck, after leading twenty chattering, vigorous, and lost Bluebirds to the right trail. We found delicious, sweet blueberries along the Troop 80 trail. Then we followed the Sierra trail down a onetime railway trestle to Camp Alice Eastwood. From here it was just a short distance back to the main camp. The hike followed the ridges around Muir Woods, forming a big loop. We got back about 3:00 p.m. just in time to see the fog rolling over the ridge after us. Being amateurs, it was a rigorous hike. But we all had fun and it was well worth it. Dorothy Swisher
IN MEMORIUM [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 12 October 1960
IN MEMORIUM The Second Year Class of the School of Pharmacy regrets the loss of one of its classmates. Richard Brasor Sohler died early Tuesday morning, September 27, due to an automobile accident in Golden Gate Park on the previous Sunday evening. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sohler of Mountain View, was 20 years of age. He attended San Jose State for his pre-pharmacy curriculum, before coming to the Medical Center. The Richard Brasor Sohler Scholarship Fund, School of Pharmacy, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, has been set up in Richard's memory. Robert Duffy, Second year Class School of Pharmacy