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WILLIAM H. BARR, Pharmacy Student Wins Lehn & Fink Gold Medal Award [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
WILLIAM H. BARR, Pharmacy Student Wins Lehn &amp; Fink Gold Medal Award William Henry Barr, of San Francisco, graduating senior at the School of Pharmacy, University of California Medical Center, has won the 1960 Lehn &amp; Fink Gold Medal Award for the best work in his college courses. He stands first in a class of 87. The presentation will be made this fall by Dean T.C. Daniels at a Student Body Meeting. Mr. Barr, who lives with his wife and one-year-old daughter, Deborah Lee, at 1439 sth Avenue, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Barr, of 9455 Oleander, Fontana, California, He attended Barstow Union High School in Barstow, Calif., where he was president of the Science Club, a member of the Key Club and a life member of the California Scholarship Federation. He completed his prepharmacy requirements at Arizona State College where he had a music scholarship. At the School of Pharmacy, he was vice president of his sophomore class, is a member of Kappa Psi pharmacy...
SCANDINAVIAN SEMINAR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
SCANDINAVIAN SEMINAR The Scandinavian Seminar announced today from its headquarters at 1278 East 73 Street, New York 21, N.Y., that it is accepting applications for the 1961-62 study program in Denmark, Finland, Norway, or Sweden. Started in 1949, the Scandinavian Seminar is incorporated by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York, and has grown to one of the largest overseas study programs in the United States. Those eligible for the program include teachers, college graduates, and college undergraduates interested in a junior-year-abroad program. The intermingling of college students, college graduates and professional persons is made possible by the highly individualized program developed for each Seminar member. During most of the nine months in Scandinavia, students in the Seminar study separately from each other, so that, with faculty guidance, all are able to develop their specific interests without conflict. The Seminar is conducted in a completely Sca...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
From the Desk of the Union Director CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES Christmas officially comes to the Union on Tuesday, December 6,1960. On this date, and during the noon hour, the Union Hospitality Committee will stage its Third Annual "Trim-a-Limb" Party in the Main Lounge. All Union members are invited and encouraged to attend, and to assist in decorating the feature Christmas tree! Special music will be provided, and free refreshments will be served. CHILDREN'S PARTY Another 'Third Annual' event will be held on Wednesday evening, December 14th, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Steninger Gymnasium. This is the campus-wide CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY, put on bv the Recreation Department of the Millberry Union. In the past two years, the lure of free entertainment, refreshments, gifts and a visit from Santa Claus have attracted hundreds of children. Circle this date on your personal calendar today! UNION FILMS On Friday, December 2, 1960, the Union Film Committee will present the sparkling m...
FRESHMAN PHARMACY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
FRESHMAN PHARMACY NEWS The freshman class is looking forward to a wonderful year with Dr. Eugene Jorgensen as their adviser. With much enthusiasm the freshmen and their guests, nurses, dental hygienists and faculty, enjoyed the class' "first of many" social events. During the short time that the freshmen have been a part of the school, they have not only made their mark in "scholarly and social" endeavors, but also in the field of sports. The freshman Softball team (Kumler's Kubs) overwhelmingly defeated the sophomores and once victorious juniors at the annual Pharmacy picnic. The champion's short-lived season was brought to an eventful close with a four-inning 2-2 tie ball game with the world renowned Pharmacy faculty.
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San rrancisco 22, California MOntrose 1—1444 Paul Rhodes Glen Cureton Editors Robbie Bradley Assoc. Editor, Nursing John Hanson Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy John Dittmer Assoc. Editor. Dentistry lan C. Mac Lean Assoc. Editor, Medicine Wayne Foster Assoc. Editor, Fraternities Virginia Young Feature Editor Frank Harrison Photographer Howard Blatner Cartoonist Ralph Reamy Distribution Manager Joan Blacow Clerical Administrator Carolyn Johnson Business Manager Published semi-monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students. U.C. Medical Center
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE Impressions of a contemporary Wandering Minslral One of the best ways to broaden one's self (educa-tion-wise, that is) is to ride the elevators in the Medical Center. By surreptitiously listening to various conversations that are going on during the upward and downward journeys one is able to add multitudinous gems of knowledge to his mental storage compartments. The important thing is to listen to what the various Medical Center inhabitants are saying—the Other People (patients, visitors, salesmen, etc.) usually don't say much, being generally too awe-stricken by the whiteness and medicality of it all. Atypical grouping of conversational bits and snatches is the following (overheard while solidly jammed into an elevator corner): "My ruptured spleen is getting better." (The speaker was a young, healthy-looking fellow. It's a shame... about his spleen.) "I think the role of copper and of the dopa-dopa quinone system in the oxidation of tyrosinase is simply fascin...
ASUCMC COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
ASUCMC COUNCIL MEETING October 4, 1960 The meeting was called to order in the Mi I Iberry Union Table-tennis Room by President Mike Clarke. Items discussed were: Insurance The Dean of Students' Office will now handle the processing of the California Physicians Service Insurance forms. Existance or Reorganization of ASUCMC Should the ASUCMC Council continue to exist and, if so, should it be reorganized? There is no need for the Council to duplicate the activities of the Union, and the Union could handle the ASUCMC activities (Bacchus, Christmas dance, Noon Concerts and the Synapse). Mike Clarke proposed that if the Council dissolved, the Student Body presidents of the four schools replace the appointed student representatives on the Union Board of Governors. The four presidents would also act as an ASUCMC Council, taking care of matters not directly concerned with the Union. Carl Meyer suggested the present Council members participate on the Union committees, such as Friendship and F...
CAL CLUB DISCUSSES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
CAL CLUB DISCUSSES by Glen Cureton In preparation for the statewide Cal Club convention next January, the U.C. Medical Center chapter discussed the proposed topics at the home of their chairman, Jim Blake. The first topic, "A re-evaluation of the place and purpose of Extra-curricular Activities," a seemingly perpetual topic, was initially attacked as one too frequently taken up by some groups, with the usual, similar results which practically achieve nothing. Nevertheless, a discussion ensued. In my opinion, supplemented by the opinions of other Cal Clubbers, the purpose of extra-curricular programs is fulfillment of individual desires, interests and needs —or fulfillment of a "necessary" function—with, of course, considerable overlap. They consist of needs that are not academically supplied or not adequately supplied by the academic program of the institution. An activity that satisfies individual needs may be of two types - active or non-active. Active types are those which involv...
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ART [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ART An exhibition of 38 original covers and illustrations from The Saturday Evening Post, showing some of the best-liked literary characters by contemporary American artists, will open on December 1, at the Guy S. Millberry Union. The collection of paintings will be exhibited through December 22,1960, and will be on view to the public from 7:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M., weekdays; from 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M., Saturdays and from 1:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M., Sundays. The exhibition which is currently on tour of the United Statesand Canada, was assembled by the Curtis Publishing Company in response to many requests from universities, art schools, art groups and art institutes. The paintings have been exhibited at the Cleveland School of Art; Central Technical School, Toronto, Canada; University of Florida; Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia; Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York; Minneapolis Institute o...
PHARMACY CONVENTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
PHARMACY CONVENTION The joint meetingsof Districts 7 and 8 of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (A.A.C.P.) and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (N.A.8.P.) and the Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association (A.Ph.A.) was held in Las Vegas on November 6,7, and 8. The meeting opened on November 6, with welcoming talks from representatives of each association. On the morning of the second day the first general session was held. It was devoted to panel discussions on such topics as the social responsibilities of the pharmacist, the pharmacy educator and the pharmacy board member. Other areas of discussion were Mail Order Prescriptions and Discount Pharmaceutical Services. In the afternoon of the second day, the different associations met separately and discussed problems in their particular field of pharmacy. The A.A.C.P. talked on such things as Continuation Educational Programs for General Practitioners, and Undergraduate Research Programs. D...
Nursing News [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
Nursing News The evening of Tuesday, October 25, the third year nursing class gave a "get acquainted party" to honor the first year class. The party began at 7:00 p.m. in the lounge of the Millberry Union Women's Residence, and included refreshments, singing, and a unique relay game. Following this game (which included the use of bags over the heads of the first year students), the class was taken to the Z.I.P. House, where they were further entertained by members of that institution. One freshman aptly summarized the evening: "First they put bags over our heads; then they led us down the street. Then they threw water on us and stirck us in the showers." A "Costume or Consequence" Halloween party was hostessed by the first year class. Held on October 27, in the 610 Parnassus Residence, the party was attended by members of the faculty and all classes of the School of Nursing. Some of the costumes included Hawaiian outfits, a flapper dress, a devil, a lady in black with a red lantern,...
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
SPORTS Intramural Basketball With a few more games to go, no one single team remained undefeated. The high and mighty Soph Dent, last year's champions, bowed to the Frosh Med. Now it is a toss-up for championship in the independent league between the Frosh Med., Frosh Dent., and Soph Dent. Soph Dent, is still the favorite as the Frosh Dent and Frosh Med must play one more game against each other, and one will be eliminated from the title position. In the Fraternity League, Zi Phi Psi and Kappa Psi are neck-to-neck for championship. Attention Sports Enthusiasts: Every Friday noon, 12:15 p.m., in the Millberry Union, a sports film of some nature will be shown. Films on Cal's basketball games will be shown when the season gets under way. Other films scheduled will present such interesting sports as skiing, surfing, deep sea diving, etc. Attendance at the past noon sports film suggested that the students of the Medical Campus have considerable interest in sports. For this particular rea...
RECREATION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
RECREATION A.S.U.C. Ski Lodge reservations will again be handled by the Millberry Union. Rates for the ASUC Ski Lodge are as follows: Week-ends (Friday night - Sunday) Student $7.30 Faculty &amp; Employees 10.00 Daily (except Saturday) Student 54.30 Faculty &amp; Employees 5.85 Saturday Only Student $5.15 Faculty &amp; Employees 6.50 Modern Dance Program 14 women are now participating in the modern dance program. Miss Loretta Barrious is the director. The program is open to students, faculty and employees on Tuesday evenings, 6-7 P.M. Trimnastics for Women A trimnastic program especially designed for wives of students and faculty members is being conducted on Wednesday mornings from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Several women are signed-up for the program; however, many more are desirable. There is no fee involved. This is a time when the spouse may utilize the athletic facilities at no cost. Program consists of slenderizing exercises, volleyball, badminton, swimming, etc...
DENTAL HYGIENE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
DENTAL HYGIENE NEWS The Junior Dental Hygiene class of 1960 numbers 21 girls, a somewhat smaller class than any of recent years. Two of the four years required for graduation with Bachelor of Science degree were satisfied before acceptance here at the Medical Center. To start at the top, colors of hair vary from light, light blonde to dark brown and, coincidentally, the two with flaming red are roommates. Talents spied out include: 1) Ear wiggling; 2) Playing guitar and piano; 3) One who hasn't a dental cavity. The class will be reduced by one next semester due to an "expecting" member who is married to a dental student. Heard in Anatomy Lab: "Why don't the books agree? The human b-o-d-d-d-y doesn't change that much!" Watchwords: • Psychology: "Be yourselves." • Anatomy: "What is it?" • Biological Science: "What does it do?" • Mouth Hygiene: "Steady, there!" • Dental Health Education: "Pass the good word along." • Morphology: "Watch those angles." • Oral Biology: "Put it all togethe...
NURSING NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
NURSING NEWS There has been quite a lot going on the past few weeks for the freshman Nurses. On Tuesday, October 25, they had a party with the senior class. Refreshments were served, and then there was "entertainment." A relay race was played in which all the freshmen found themselves tied in a line with paper bags over their heads. Then they were led down Parnassus—gracefully tripping all over each other as they groped their way. Eventually they ended up in the yard of the ZIP house, and it began to rain—hoses, buckets, and miscellaneous containers poured water on the "bluebirds." Then they were escorted into the house and, one by one, given a nice, warm, but very wet, shower. On Thursday of that week, they held a Halloween party for the junior and senior classes and faculty. As a result, some of the first year instructors turned up in very unusual costumes. A majority of the class braved the weather on Thursday, November 3, and rode the cable car to #9 Fisherman's Grotto to celebr...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Open Letter to Barbara Deushane Thank you for answering our letter of October 12, but we wish to clarify a few points which you mentioned. First, you suggested joining the Synapse staff. Out of the total of 12 staff members, 5 are nursing students, and 4 of the 5 are freshman nurses. We feel that is adequate representation. As it is well known, there is an abundant supply of nursing and pharmacy students on the staff. You also recommended inviting members of other schools to join the staff. We have tried and failed. There seems to be a lack of enthusiasm from some of the schools which cannot be overcome. Another suggestion you made was to subscribe to Tomorrow's Nurse. We fail to see how this can improve relations with other schools on this campus. Perhaps you misunderstood our letter; we were complaining of the poor relations with other schools on this campus, not the nursing schools of the United States. Finally, we are doing our best in the realm of patient ...