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DENTAL HYGIENE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
DENTAL HYGIENE NEWS "How was your trip to the Orient?" That has been the question asked of me ever since my return the first of December. How can one explain an emotional experience? This is what it truly was and, therefore, difficult to give a truly complete picture, but I will take this opportunity to tell you a little about it. My total trip consisted of about a month's traveling and included Japan, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. I was traveling with twenty dentists and their wives from all over the United States, one dentist from England and one from Canada, and one other hygienist from Los Angeles. This was an experience, in itself, as these men are all tops in their field, and much of our trip involved learning from them and educating them towards dental hygiene. We were on a regular, organized tour, and saw many wonderful sights, Japan is truly a country of the old and the new. Most of our travels there (which lasted for about 17 days), included visiting their shrines and temples an...
KAPPA PSI [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
KAPPA PSI A New Regime at Kappa Psi Kappa Psi, which is noted for its progress, had its most progressive week in February, for on February 21, 24 pledges were initiated into the fraternity, and the new officers for the year of 1961 were installed, while on Feb. 25th, the initiation banquet was held. The pledge class that received the secrets of the fraternity, is one of the largest in the fraternity's history, and we are proud of the newest members of our "great group!" The new officers who will lead Kappa Psi onward to new glory (we hope) are: Regent, Wayne "Fuz" Foster; vice-regent, Pete Lazo; treasurer, George "Mother" Huelis; house manager, Gary Moore; recording secretary, John Olayos; corresponding secretary, George LaVaque; historian, Ston "Yack" Yackamouih; chaplain, Harmon "Hormones" Kellogg; sargeant-at-arms, Ralph "Reamer" Reamy. We all wish the new regime much success in the "New frontier." The initiation banquet was held at the Pioneer Hotel in Woodside. After the meal a...
MEDICAL STUDENT PROJECTS AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
MEDICAL STUDENT PROJECTS AVAILABLE THE CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH INSTITUTE has several summer Medical Student Projects available. The following summer Medical Student Projects are available: (others may be added.) Type of Student Subject Desired 1. Pulmonary Ventilation and Blood one 3rd or 4th year Flow Relations in the Newborn student preferred (Physiology) 2. Model Contraction and Relaxation of the Glycerol - extracted Rabbit one student Heart Muscle (any class) (Physical Biochemistry) 3. Pharmacologic Aspects of one 3rd or 4th year Complete Heart Elock student (Experimental Surgery) 4. Metabolic Effects of one student Differential Brain Cooling (any class) (Neurosurgery) 5. Portable Blood Pressure one student Recorder (any class) (Clinical Medicine) 6. Plasmin - Plasminogen System one student (Biochemical Studies) (any class) 7. Effects of Inhaled Agents on one student Pulmonary Capillary Blood Volume (any class) (Physiology) 8. Studies on the Capillary Bed of the one student Froz...
MESSAGE FROM CLARK KERR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
MESSAGE FROM CLARK KERR The Statewide University of California, of which you are all a part, is unique in the variety and excellence of its offerings. It serves all areas of our State, with its seven campuses and professional centers, its extensive range of courses, the distinction of its faculty and the high caliber of its instruction, research and public service. Nearly 50,000 of you presently have the opportunity to take part in this University program. By 1970, with the expansion of present facilities and the addition of three new general campuses, this number will grow to more than 96,000. Yet, because of California's ever-increasing population, and because of the academic excellence of the University, competition for available student space will be as keen as it is today. Your attendance at the University, then, is a privilege you have earned. We hope that all students will accept the responsibility which goes with that privilege and take maximum advantage of the many academic...
PHARMACY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
PHARMACY NEWS The Dean of the School of Pharmacy, Troy C. Daniels, was in Moffitt Hospital recently. The contemplated surgery was postponed, due to a condition which requires absolute rest. . I In his absence, Dr. Kumler and Dr. Eiler will be acting Deans for the school. THE SYNAPSE joins the School of Pharmacy in wishing Dr. Daniels a speedy recovery.
THREE CALIFORNIA CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 March 1961
THREE CALIFORNIA CLUBS The San Francisco Chapter of California Club will host the Berkeley and Hastings Chapters at a Barbecue Dinner Sunday, March 19th, 6:30 p.m., at the home of Jim Blake, current chapter chairman. According to Laura Ott, Dinner chairman, it is hoped that the meeting will help contribute to the understanding of the inter-campus perspective of California Club. All graduate California Club members are invited to attend.
Who's Dissatisfied? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
Who's Dissatisfied? The Dental School gripe amounts to a dis - satisfaction on the part of an unidentified (perhaps total) segment of dental students with the ten per cent discount given at the student store. They want more, asserting that the store should he non-profit, the operating deficit of other departments «112 the Union to be made up by equi - taxing of all students via a higher Union fee. This certainly would be in the better interests of dental students. It would not be in the better interests of any other students on our campus. It has been repeatedly emphasized that the old dental student store profits were instrumental in attaining a debt-free building housing the student union. The entire cam pis is indeed in - debted to the generosity and leadership provided by these past dental students. It seems unfortunate that the current dental students no longer see fit that the student store profit, which is now mandatory to keep (we hope) the union debt-free, should continue t...
CAMPUS REVIEW SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
CAMPUS REVIEW SHOW Watch for THE ROARING 20s! A campus talent show, the first of its kind, is on the way with Miss Tina Rocco, of the Union Recreation Department, sparking its path. We urge all students and faculty members who have talents of some nature to take part. You might be the one to walk off with the grand prize for the most talented presentation. According to Miss Rocco, talents of any nature will do — the more peculiar, the better. However, if you can only sing, dance, or fool around, you'll also do. Talents along the lines of pantomines, banjos, group singing, comedy acts or ??? are also desirable. This Fascinating Riot will definitely be staged on May 5, 1961, 8:00 p.m. — 1:00 a.m. Let's all join in for the fun! ■
Have Tux Will Rent [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
Have Tux Will Rent BRAND NEW STOCK MEADERS CLEANERS 3200 GEARY BLVD. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. Also located in Palo Alto and San Mateo We have just opened up a large department in our San Francisco store, with a brand-new stock of Formal Wear and Accessories for every Formal Occasion. We have pure white coats, beautiful new Riviera Red silk coats, pale blues and blacks, with plain or de luxe accessories. All Stocks Brand ■ New. Anyone presenting a student body card will receive a special rate.
LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA Pharmacy Sorority The Zeta Chapter of Lambda Kappa Sigma, a National Pharmacy Sorority, has recently been reactivated on this campus. As of this time, there are fourteen members, but the chapter hopes to increase this number during the coming year. The following officers were elected: Charlotte Hemsworth, President; Ellen Fong, Vice President; Linda Raplee, Secretary; Jeanette Whitbeck, Treasurer; Deana Falkenberg, Historian; Patricia Ono, Sergeant - at - arms and Reporter. In the latter part of May, the members from the Alpha Xi Chapter on the University of the Pacific campus are coming to this campus to initiate the new members. A dinner will climax the evening's activities. The sorority hopes to provide social, as well as academic, activities for the young women in Pharmacy and to bring them closer together. PATRICIA ONO. School of Pharmacy
ATHLETIC AWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
ATHLETIC AWARDS Two trophies have been presented to the Millberry Union by the U.C. College of Pharmacy Phi Delta Chi Fraternity and "friends," in memory of Lloyd E. Johnston. These two impressive, 3-foot trophies are to be awarded each year to the individual or team who prove to be the most deserving of the honor. One trophy will be awarded for the bestathletic achievement. The other is for the best sportsmanship. The Committee on Recreational Activities and the recreation staff members will decide upon the winners, based on their athletic performances and sportsmanship, and the first award of these two trophies will be given on Award Night, May 10, 1961. ■