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CHARTER DAY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
CHARTER DAY The U.C.M.C. Campus observed Charter Day, in conjunction with the Berkeley Campus, on Monday, March 20th. In observance of the anniversary, the 4th annual faculty research lecture was delivered Friday, March 24th, in the Auditorium of the Medical Sciences Building, by Dr. Warren D. Kumler, Professor of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Dr. Kumler spoke on the topic: "Structure of Molecules, Science and Religion."
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 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. Editor, Pharmacy John Dittmer Assoc. Editor, Dentistry lan C. Mac Lean Assoc. Editor, Medicine Mcrnie Peterson Assoc. Editor, Dental Hygiene Wayne Foster Assoc. Editor, Fraternities Virginia Young Feature Editor Frank Harrison Photographer Howard Blatner Cartoonist Ralph Reamy Distribution Manager Published semi-monthly during the academic year by the Asaociajed Student*. U.C. Medical Center
Medical Sciences Exposition [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
Medical Sciences Exposition The second annual Medical Sciences Exposition will again be presented this year by the student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. Exhibits will be open to the public in the gymnasium of Millberry Union on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 18, 19 and 20. The purpose of the exposition is to present to all students of the U. C. Medical Center an opportunity to see the type of research and current developments being carried on in the different schools and departments of the Medical Center. It is designed to give the students an enlarged perspective and increased insight into schools other than their own and an appreciation of the timely research being carried out on their own campus. The exposition will also create an opportunity for students from junior colleges, pre - professional associations, and senior students from Northern California high schools who are considering a future in one of the Vledical Sciences to get a closer look at field...
Graduate Student Association [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
Graduate Student Association With the transfer of the basic science first-year departments of the School of Medicine to the San Francisco campus, there has occurred a concurrent transfer of the graduate students within these departments who are working toward the Ph.D. degree. Together with departments which were already in existence on this campus, there are now over 100 graduate academic students here studying for the Ph.D. degree. Plans for future expansion of the Medical Center include an increase in the number of graduate academic students on this campus to 400. Recognition of the fact that the graduate students of the academic departments will play a progressively more significant role in student affairs and that the needs and interests of graduate students are often distinct from those of the existing professional student bodies, has led to an investigation of the desirability of initiating a Graduate Student Association. At a meeting held on March 24, these efforts culminate...
Items from the School of Pharmacy [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
Items from the School of Pharmacy One item which has been a source of aggravation to the students of the School of Pharmacy is the administration's handling of the schedule for final examinations. Each semester, the students are forced to wait until two or three weeks before finals before they know the time of examinations. This is not critical during the fall semester, but during the spring semester it is quite important to many students. Those leaving on vacations would like to make plans and others would like to let their employers know when they will be available. We now know the last date that examinations could be held, but how often do they last until that date? There is no reason that this schedule could not be made available at the start of the semester as it is on the Berkeley campus and others throughout the state. by JOHN HANSON. Pharmacy School Editor
SPORTS AND RECREATION INTRAMURAL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
SPORTS AND RECREATION INTRAMURAL SPORTS MEN'S BASKETBALL Once again, the powerful men's intramural open Basketball League opened last Thursday with a fine display of basketball talent. The league is composed of seven teams and is played in the Steninger Gym on Thursday evenings, between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Last week's opening game was a match between the Frosh Meds and the S.P. Hospital. Both teams proved to be exceptionally strong defensively and were equally matched for the greater part of the game. The Frosh Meds drew blood first on a jumper by Dave Smith. On the following down court play, John Crew evened the score with a corner set. At half time the score was 17—15 in favor of the F'rosh Meds. The third quarter of the second half of play was very much the same, good defense and bucket for bucket trading. But, at the start of the last eight minutes of play, the Frosh Med team exploded with a series of outside shots by Dave Smith, Dave Alvarez and Kevin Harrington, that left the S...
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
SPORTS SIX-MAN VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Springing into its second week of competition, the six-man volleyball league proved to be very competitive, as all its team members were well conditioned from playing two-man volleyball a few weeks ago. Seven teams made up the league. Shannon Wong heads and manages the Half Aztecs. Chung Fong sparks the Ridge Finders (the dental alveolar ridge, of course!). Jerry Sayre leads the Sophomore Dental team; Leo Berk, the Medical School; A. R. Naik, Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Alex Ravnik, the Pharmacy School and Greg Brott, the Freshman Medical team. Two-Man Volleyball Competition Men's Intramural Swim Meet WINNERS (L-R) Rose and Wong Rose and Wong Jorgensen and Alvarez Relay winners, Women's Swim Meet "Physical Therapy"— Mary Labuda, Gwen Bell. Carol Edwards and Pat Ellison THE WINNERS (reading L-R): Dan Anzel, 220-yard free style — David Alvarez, 80-yard free style — Ken Brown, 80-yard backstroke — Felix Grauss, 80-yard breaststroke; 80-yard butterfly — Ji...
SWIM CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
SWIM CLASSES Children's Swim Classes: According to MissLoretta Barrious and Mr. Randy Lim, the two swimming instructors for the children, the classes are progressing very well. Children who previously have had no experience with the water have learned to adjust and play in the water and are progressing very well toward real swimming skills. The classes are held at the Millberry Union Pool Saturday mornings, 10 a.m. — 12 noon. Each class is given a half hour lesson. Instructions are given according to the skill level of the children, ranging from non - swimmers to advanced swimmers. The children who are taking the classes are from families of students, faculty and employees of the Campus. Adult Swimming Classes: Another series of swimming instructions will be given by Mr. Tony Montari of the recreation staff of Millberry Union for the remainder of this semester. Instructions will be given at the Union Pool Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6:30—7:30 p.m. Interested adults should sign up...
SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY NEWS by JOHN C. DITTMER Evening of enjoyment awaits faculty and students of the School of Dentistry. Students of dentistry and dental hygiene, as well as their faculties, are cordially invited to attend the annual Dental School Formal which will be held this Saturday, April 22, from 9 p.m. — 1 a.m. at Millberry Union. According to Brenda Byram, Student Body social chairman, Paul Bodakian's group will provide the music and a buffet supper will be served about 10:30 in the evening. Bids are being sold through your class social chairman at 53.00 per couple. Dress will be coat and tie for the gentlemen and appropriate party dress for the ladies. The Psi Omega dental fraternity will host acocktail party before the dance. Rooms will open at 7:30; address, 101 Woodland. Refreshments will be sold. So remember - April 22 - 7:30-9 cocktail party. Psi Omega house, 101 Woodland. 9-1, Dental School Dance, Millberry Union.
Handbook on International Study [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
Handbook on International Study The Handbook on International Study, a comprehensive guide listing international scholarships, has been published for the first time in two separate volumes by the Institute of International Education. Entitled Handbook on International Study: For Foreign Nationals and Handbook on International Study: For U.S. Nationals, the just released books are designed as sources of Information for college and university personnel, student advisers, libraries and persons desiring data on all aspects of international scholarship programs. The handbook, now in its third edition, is truly a "how-to" guide on international education with information ranging from where to study higher mathematics in Germany to child-welfare in the U.S. A. Both books not only list the awards and grants of major scholarship programs, but also state the requirements for these programs, describe American and foreign education, and discuss government regulations affecting the international...
The U.C.M.C. Image [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
The U.C.M.C. Image by AN OBSERVER I'm sure that in the past every student at the University of California Medical Center has heard some comments about professional dress and conduct. These remarks, in all probability, originate from the fact that the Medical Center is frequently visited by the general public. In our endeavor, we, as students of the University of California Medical Center, come in daily contact with these people, who are here for a number of reasons — some on business, others because this is their place of employ, and others because they believe that the University of California Medical Center is the ultimate in the Medical Sciences; they are here because they believe that if there is any one place that can help them, it is at this institution. It is indeed in their eyes a "Center," to which they can turn when all else has failed. We, as students, don't often have the opportunity to speak with these people, but they do see us as we pass by, and we represent something...