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10th Annual ASSM Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
10th Annual ASSM Picnic APRIL 23 On this day, Cadavers, Microscopes, Stethoscopes and books will be set aside and a day of fun and frolic will be substituted. For this is the day of the Annual ASSM Picnic in Speedway Meadows, in Golden Gate Park. All Medical students and faculty members, with their respective families, are welcome to attend. It is on this day that the senior medical students, after four long years, summon what is left of their adrenal reserve and issue a challenge to old (faculty) and young (other classes) to meet on the field of battle, namely, the baseball diamond. This, of course, is the highlight of this festive occasion. However, other activities, such as trampoline, beerdrinking, picnic lunch, consumption of ethanol with Hop, organized games for the children, and much more, will be held. Participants are requested to furnish their own lunches, but ice cream, soft drinks and, of course, beer, will be furnished. • Festivities are to get under way at 11:00 a.m. w...
Summer Study Opportunities [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
Summer Study Opportunities Time is running out for the summer scholar to make his study - vacation plans. To help him answer the big question of "what to study," "where to go" and "how to get there," the Institute of International Education has released two publications on summer study. For the first time, the Institute has devoted its educational exchange magazine — the II E News Bulletin — to a comprehensive report of summer opportunities. Articles, written by knowledgeable authors, cover such intriguing summer projects as foreign language training in the Soviet Union, Crossroads Africa, a seminar in Florentine art in Italy, and the Berkshire Music Center. In addition to these depth reports, the HE News Bulletin includes two bibliographies — one on countries and another on summer programs. The other Institute publication is a booklet entitled "Summer Study Abroad," a new up-dated listing of summer programs, which the Institute publishes annually. The publication lists scholarship ...
THE "SERVICE AWARDS" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
THE "SERVICE AWARDS" The Service Awards Ceremony Committee held its 6th presentation of awards to 13 employees with 25 years or more of service to the university. The ceremony, Friday, March 10, 1961, at 4 p.m. was held in the Auditorium. Provost J.B. deC.M. Saunders was the Master of Ceremonies and President Clark Kerr, the guest speaker. An informal reception followed in the Golden Gate Room, 2nd floor of Moffitt Hospital. KATHLEEN DEXTER Service Award Ceremony Committee
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 April 1961
BACCHUS MAY 13 i THE SURF | I THEATRE | Irving at 46th MG 4—6300 | Specializing in top-quality films &lt; from the international repertory i for the mature film goer. TONIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY Carl Dreyer's compelling drama of man's faith "ORDET" (THE WORD) j and "EMPEROR'S NIGHTINGALE" - Czech puppet film STARTING FRIDAY ] i Vlaria Schell - "THE LAST BRIDGE" and G. W. Pabst's "HITLER'S LAST TEN DAYS" Coming Friday, April 28 —May 4, two Russian films: Eisenstein's ALEXANDER NEVSKY i and THE FORTY - FIRST (by the director of "Ballad of a Soldier") Students 75&lt;t only Mondays through Thursdays
GRADUATION CEREMONIES FIRST AT SAN FRANCISCO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
GRADUATION CEREMONIES FIRST AT SAN FRANCISCO The Honorable Abraham .4, Rihicoff, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, will be principal speaker at Commencement Exercises of the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, on June 5. Secretary Ribicoff's acceptance of the University's invitation was announced today by President Clark Kerr and Provost J. B. deC. M. Saunders. This is the first year the Medical Center will award degrees and certificates in the health sciences at separate commencement exercises. Previously, San Francisco candidates have participated in Commencement at iy(The School of Medicine and its predecessor, the Toland Medical College, did hold graduation ceremonies in San Francisco, however, from 1864 to 1897, the year before the present campus site on Parnassus Heights was occupied.) Secretary Ribicoff, the Commencement speaker, assumed his present post as head of the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare in January. Me has ...
The Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association presents: THE SECOND ANNUAL U.C.M.C. MEDICAL SCIENCE EXPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
The Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association presents: THE SECOND ANNUAL U.C.M.C. MEDICAL SCIENCE EXPOSITION 1. Amputee Research— Dr. J.C. Lieberman, Mr. Thomas Harris, Dept. of Biomechanics. 2. Pharmacology of! sol ate d Cardiac Muscle Strip — Dr. B. Katzung and Miss J. Forsaith, Dept. of Pharmacology. 3. Histopathology in Mice with Hereditary Muscular Dystrophy— Dr. V. Sutherland and D. Hudson, Dept. of Pharmacology. 4. Study of Cells by Electron Microscopy— Dr. S. Wissig, Dept. of Anatomy. 5. Clinical and Electromyographic Aspect in the Facial Pain Patient— Dr. H. Weisengreen, Dept. of Anatomy. 6. Surgical Management of Acquired Short Esophagus—Dr. 0. Grimes, Dept. of Surgery. 7. #7 Psychological S-R Testing Device—Mr C. Collins, Research &amp; Development Lab 8. Dietetics —Miss Morita, Dietary Dept. 9. Blood-Brain Exchange— Dr. Becker, Dept. of Neurology. 10. Electron Encepholograph (EEG) Brain Waves—Dr. Garoutte, Dept. of Neurology. 11. Liquid Scintilla...
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE Impressions of o contemporary Wandering Minstrel EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to an unfortunate crossing of signals, our peripatetic minstrel planned on two more Issues of SYNAPSE in which to make his literary contributions. As but one issue of this newspaper remains—this one —we present a "Trouvere Double - Header." I was wandering through the history department of the Medical Center Library the other morning and stumbled across an ancient volume of Greek plays. Being a fan of Aristophanes, I looked for his name on the cover, but alas, these were written by some fellow by the name of Metatarsus. Curiosity getting the best of me, I opened the tome and skimmed through it, being pleasantly surprised how contemporaneous his characters and scenes were. One of the most interesting stories concerned the efforts that went into the establishment of the first medical center (Kentron Medicinae) in Antiquity, near Sparta. It seems that the threat Hero Flatus, having be en cured of a...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
From the Desk of the Union Director BOOK AND SUPPLY STORE Regrettably, a good deal of controversary has arisen this past year, referable to the disposition of profits from this operating unit. It most certainly is a fact that were it not for the Store, the fiscal plight of the Hi 11 berry Union might well have been such that Board of Governor's control of the Union would have been relinquished at the end of the first year's operation (July 1, 1959). Leaders of the dental student body contend that dental students are carrying an undue and excessive share of the Union's losses as a result of their heavy level of participation in store purchases. They further advocate a plan or plans wherein this burden can be borne equally by all. Other students contend that their classmates in dental school are getting a "fair shake" and that a non-profit store (with a fee increase approximately commensurate with current store profits) would not be an equitable solution. In truth, it is doubted that ...
Pharmacy School Election Results [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
Pharmacy School Election Results ASUCMC President, Corleton Meyer. Pharmacy School: President, Gary Moore, Vice President, Robert Barcklay; Secretary, Linda Raplee. A.P.H.A. Officers: President, Samuel W. Kidder; Vice President, Louis Martinelli; Secretary, Morsha Loofea; Treasurer, George LoVoque. 4th Year Class: President, Richard Taricco; Vice President, Alan Cheung; Secretary-Treasurer, John Lewis. A.P.H.A. Representatives: James Frasnelly, Jerry Markovich. 3rd Year Class: President, Robert Cooper; Vice President, Robert Kramer; Secretary-Treasurer, Norman Tanaka. A. P. H. A. Representatives: Jim MacGregor, May Wong. 2nd Year Class: President, William Smith; Vice President, Harmon Kellogg; Secretary-Treasurer, Robert Miller. A.P.H.A. Representatives: Phil Harris, Dave Henry.