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UNIQUE VOCAL ENSEMBLE COMING TO MILLBERRY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
UNIQUE VOCAL ENSEMBLE COMING TO MILLBERRY Shown here are the Santa Barbara Chamber Singers who will appear in the Main Lounge of the Millberry Union at 10:00 noon on Tuesday, February 28,1961, under the auspices of the Union Fine Arts Committee. The Program will include selections by Escobar, Guerrero, Gabriel and Chanler. The Chamber Singers consist of 13 especially selected and trained solo voices from the large Music Department at the University of California's Santa Barbara Campus. The students are all Californians, except one, Judith Johnson of Eugene, Oregon. The others are Timothy Aarset, Santa Barbara; John Casey, Corona; Judith Hovey, Santa Barbara; Jacqueline Mullikin, Placerville; Polly MacKenzie, West Covina; James Marvin, Glendale; Kathy Quisling, Santa Ana; Beverly Rogers, Goleta; Gerald Rogers, San Luis Obispo; Lynn Schneider, El Segundo; Robert Shenemann, Santa Barbara, and Sarah Simpson, Montclair. This vocal ensemble was organized in 1958 to master a specialized re...
DR. HANS MAUKSCH VISITED THE MEDICAL CENTER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
DR. HANS MAUKSCH VISITED THE MEDICAL CENTER Dr. Hans 0. Mauksch, Director of Patient Care Research, St. Luke's Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, was a guest at the U.C. Medical Center in February. Dr. Mauksch came to the Medical Center as a consultant at the request of Dr. Anselm Strauss, Sociologist, and member of the U.C. School of Nursing faculty. Dr. Mauksch spoke to a group of nursing service personnel of H.C. Moffitt Hospital, Thursday, February 16, and met with the U.C. School of Nursing faculty and students, and those of other schools on the campus, on Friday, February 17.
EIGHT DENTAL STUDENTS AWARDED N.I.H. RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
EIGHT DENTAL STUDENTS AWARDED N.I.H. RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS Undergraduate student research fellowships, made available through the National Institutes of Health, have been awarded to eight Dental students. In each case, the grant provides a $600 stipend for part-time research work which is to be undertaken this semester and/or during the coming summer. The Dental students, their fields of inquiry, and their faculty sponsors are listed as follows: • Richard L. Alves, "Variables in Gold Casting," Dr. Mitchell. • Lauren D. Anderson, Jr., "Effect of Triamcinalone in an Adhesive Vehicle on Healing of Oral Mucous Membrane," Dr. Silverman. • Arlen D. Lackey, "Effects of Magnesium Deficient Diet in Rats Supplemented with Vitamin D 3 " Dr. Eecks. • Julian M. Lifschiz, "Force Application in Tooth Movement," Dr. Wylie. • Richard K. Manson, "Dental Tissue Changes in Hyperthyroidism," Dr. Silverman. • Charles L. Neubauer, "The Site of Action of Trypsin," Dr. K. H. Lee. • Lee Tarantino 11, "Mastica...
SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM COMING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM COMING The UCSB Woodwind Quintet, a student-faculty instrumental ensemble from the University of California, Santa Barbara, will appear at the Guy S. Millberry Union on Tuesday, March 14, at 12:00 noon in the Main Lounge. This event is being sponsored by the Inter-Campus Arts Exchange Committee (through which University of California campuses exchange appearances of talented student groups) and the Union Fine Arts Committee. Members of the quintet are Phyllis McFall, flutist; Joseph Berta, clarinetist; Richard West, hornist; Gary Echols, bassoonist and Clayton Wilson, oboist. Miss McFall is the only guest member of the group. She is the wife of a Santa Barbara student and an alumna of UCLA. The flutist studied with Luis Hustana in Los Angeles for eight years and now has a large class of private flute students in Santa Barbara. Berta is a university junior who is majoring in music. He has studied with Mitchell Lurie of the UCLA faculty for the past three years...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
From the Desk of the Union Director A look ahead at some special activities planned for the month of March: FILMS March 10 — Ernest Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises" March 17 — The brutally lifelike and poetically delicate Japanese film, "Street of Shame." ART EXHIBITS Beginning on March 23, and running through April 12, the Union Fine Arts Committee will feature another oneman show. The artist in question is Dr. M. J. Horowitz, a member of the staff at Langley Porter. Dr. Horowitz exhibited last year and his paintings met with very favorable response. MUSIC March 10 - (Friday) On this date, and at 8:00 p.m. in the Steninger Gymnasium, the Committee on Arts and Lectures will feature the world-famous Paganini String Quartet. Although no admission fee will be charged, tickets will be required and a limited number of these tickets are now available at the Union Desk. Plan now to attend this truly outstanding musical program. March 14 - (Tuesday) Another special "noon concert," featuring...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C.Medical Center Son Froncisco 22, California MOntrose 1-1444 Paul Rhodes Glen Cureton Editors Myrleen Fisher Assoc. Editor, Nursing John Hanson Assoc. F.ditor, Pharmacy John Dittmer Assoc. F.ditor, Dentistry lan C. Mac Lean Assoc. Editor, Medicine Mernie Peterson Assoc. Editor, Dental Hygiene Wayne Foster Assoc. Editor, Fraternities Virginia Young Feature F^ditor Frank Harrison Photographer Howard Blatner Cartoonist Ralph Reamy Distribution 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 — 9 March 1961
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE Impressions of o contemporary Wandering Minstrel Some people have been asking me why I never make any comments on the contemporary scene in verse or in song. After all, they say, the ancient minstrels were singers and mandolin players and a contemporary wandering minstrel should be no exception. So, to please those who would doubt my skills, I've decided to present here a short collection of contemporaneous ballads: THE CUCKOO SONG Sumer is icumen in Lhude sing cuccu! Drilleth teeth and filletb teeth Maketh shine like new: Sing, cuccu! Doth thine symptoms strike thee down While humours rage within you? Never fear, doctor's here: iVI errie sing, thou cuccu! Penicillin, APC, a dash of phenacetin Cureth all, mendeth all — Thine patients think'st thou's treatin': Stng longue and lhude, 0 cuccu! ON WANTING TO BE A DOCTOR Behold the struggling student med Who works the whole day through. Ilis devotion's great, his mind is strong He's tops and knows it too. His coat is...
JUNIOR DENTAL ALLIANCE PLANS SPRING FASHION SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
JUNIOR DENTAL ALLIANCE PLANS SPRING FASHION SHOW "HOLIDAY IN FRANCE" theme of dessert fashion show "HOLIDAY IN FRANCE" will be the theme of the dessert fashion show of the San Francisco Junior Dental Alliance planned for March 21, 1961, at 8:30 p.m., in the Millberry Union of the University of California Medical Center, 500 South Parnassus. The affair will feature styles from H. Liebe's and the models will be selected from dental students' wives from the University of California and the College of Physicians and Surgeons. This First Day of Spring event will be held as a scholarship benefit. It will feature many door prizes including dinners for two at many of San Francisco's favorite restaurants. Mrs. Eino Kuki is general chairman. Her committee includes the Mmes. James H. Blake, Jr., John Riebe, Donald Anderson, Herbert Schramm, Jere Moss, Allen Swimmer, Jack Owens, Michael Perich, Paul Ortner, Arnie Stenroos, Lawrence Loveridge, Louis Sell, Charles Almgren, Richard Doyle, James Me...
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
SPORTS UCMC BOWLING TEAM The newly formed UCMC bowling team demonstrated strong potential as it bowed to a much stronger team from the Berkeley Campus when the two teams met for the first time on February 8, at the latter's newly constructed 16lane bowling alley in the new Berkeley Campus Student Union. The Medical Center's 7-man team, consisting of Frank Louie, Fred Schubert, Dick Libby, Frank Amino, Fred Tashiro, Rick Abe and Norm Cheu, accompanied by Randy Lim, Sports Assistant, and Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor, arrived at the Berkeley Campus shortly before 6 p.m. and were treated to an evening meal at the new student cafeteria. Competition got under way at 7 p.m. Louie, Schubert and Libby were matched against Vic Tan, Ross Gordon and Bob Bell of Cal, on one lane, while Tashiro, Abe, Amino and Cheu matched Sam Peden, Wes Doe, Bob Fricks and Gerry Nash on another. The tournament winner was determined on the total score of 3 games for each team's top 5 men. Cal beat the Med...
APPOINTMENT TO MADEMOISELLE’S COLLEGE BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
APPOINTMENT TO MADEMOISELLE’S COLLEGE BOARD The University of California Medical Center will be represented this year at Mademoiselle's national College Board by ADRIENNE AKAHOSHI, *61. She is among the 842 students at 330 colleges who will report to Mademoiselle this year on college life and the college scene. As a College Eoard member, each girl will complete an assignment that will help her explore her interests and abilities in writing, editing, fashion, advertising or art, in competition for the twenty Guest Editorships to be awarded by the magazine at the end of May. The Guest Editors will be brought to New York for four weeks next June to help write, edit and illustrate Mademoiselle's 1961 August College issue. Their transportation will be paid to and from New York and they will receive a regular salary for their work. In addition to their work on the magazine, Guest Edi - tors will interview outstanding men and women in their chosen fields to help clarify their career aims, ...