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Union Constitution Formulation Underway [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Union Constitution Formulation Underway One can plainly see from the article, "A Look at Out Student Union" that we are really fortunate in having such a lavish union built for us. In the last issue of Synapse we indicated that there were problems to be solved—and solved soon—if the Union was to be fully acceptable to all groups. Except for a small group of faculty, alumni, and students the Medical Center population is unaware of the long meetings and sleepless nights which are being poured into the formation of a workable Union. For the past two weeks, Synapse staff reporters have dug into the many aspects of the situation and have come up with what we feel to be the true picture as of this printing. Fortunately, everything at this time is still tentative or proposed. There is still plenty of room for discussion and no one should feel this is an open and shut case. Story Begins Our story begins about 30 years ago when Dr. Steninger, the graduate manager for the Associated Dental St...
Pharmacy Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Pharmacy Picnic By Bob Day 'The subject of today's lecture," the professor began, glancing nervously around the empty classroom, "is hallucinations." No one had exjlained to him that particular day, Wednesday, October 9, was the day of the Pharmacy School Picnic. Meanwhile out on Flood Park in Redwood City, while his lecture was developing (and it really was his best lecture of the year), the faculty and students were renewing their annual, traditional softball contest. Between rounds of tennis, volleyball and football the revelers consumed three kegs of beer and two cases of pop. HOndreds of twelve-ounce barbecued steaks with all the trimmings, furnished by an anonymous but highly appreciated professor, supplied the energy for these multiple and exhausting activities. At the end of the day some 250 students and faculty members began the homeward journey, tired and bruised, with heavy feet but light hearts.
Dental Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Dental Picnic By Mori Corbett Some twenty-seven years ago the dental school picnic was first organized. It was instituted to create a closer relationship between faculty and students. The picnic has evolved from a small social affair to the fun-packed day of recreation and steak barbecue that exists today. This year's picnic served some 325 students and 60 faculty members. Our gratitude should be expressed to Dean Fleming for using his powers that be to wisk away all the rain clouds, and thus providing sunny weather for the occasion. Most of all, we owe a debt of appreciation to Jan Walters, general chairman for the picnic, for the excellent job she did in organizing the day's activities. This year there were events to suit every student's Interest, even if they wanted to just sit and watch. Charlie Caldwell pulled the golfers out of bed to tee off at 7:00 ajnr-fh Palo Altoj and Ruben Burrell somehow managed to get the fishermen off at 5:00 a.m. At San Mateo Park, where the picnic w...
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco 22, California MOnrrose 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morri# Corbeß, Assoc. Ed. Dentistry David L. Winegar, Managing Editor Joanne Ltliey, Assoc, Ed. Pharmacy June Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Mardi Horowiti, Assoc. Ed, Medicine Secretary, ttoiuthy kil- layout. Jack Hnckel; Circulation Mar., Nellan i.acl; &lt;.«&gt;sMp I tihimnlslM, J;.ck H,rkH. Robert Neumayr, Adverllhliifc Mar., Beverly O'Connor; Posters hii'l Cartoona, Medical llluf. t rullnii. Marshall Turner; Sports Kditor, Mlts r\iklil-mua; Photographer. Jack Horkel; llenorler*. Kobert Neuinayr. Sue Thomas, Km Allsman. Stan Tobias. Peg Strller, Pearl Scale. Sue Thomas, Eva I,ee Jleidel. Published biweekly during the academic year by the Associated Students. U. C. Medual ivntu Klileied as third class mall, Post Office, San Francisco California. Subset i|.'tion |ir.ce &gt;2 0(1 j,er year by mail.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
EDITORIAL In this issue of Synapse it is our purpose to enlighten till students, faculty and alumni of the Medical Center with our impressions of the Guy S. Milberry Memorial Union which is fast nearing completion. A newspaper's main purpose for being is simply to convey facts—to print the truth. Unfortunately to do this without thought for human emotions or without investigating all sides can often create ill feelings and opinions out of proportion to the problem. The task of bringing before ou this presentation of the Union has been a major undertaking. The Union is designed to create harmony and a sense of cooperation between all schools and all classificationsof persons in all schools. True, we do have difficulties as the accompanying article indicates, but many of these are bred out of a simple lack of communication between the groups concerned. Synapse would like to follow its true function of printing news and not sit in judgment of the problems confronting us. It is for this...
What About The Armed Services? Dr. Herman Riebe Named Armed Forces Coordinator [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
What About The Armed Services? Dr. Herman Riebe Named Armed Forces Coordinator By DAVID WINEGAR This year we have a new addition to the Dental School Staff, Dr. Riebe. Dr. Riebe is an instructor of Operative Dentistry and is also serving in a second capacity as a retired admiral of the Dental Corps of the U.S. Navy, he has had a great deal of experience along these lines and he is extremely enthusiastic to talk with students wishing to become an integral part of the Armed Serv- ices either on an active or inactive reserve status or on a career basis. True, most of his ex- perience has been in direct regard with the Navy, however, he is well versed in each of the mili- tary programs, including those of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Public Health Services. No Current Doctor'tTDraft Law Since the Doctor Draft Law has gone out of effect, it appears that the chances of being drafted on a professional basis are practically nil, unless of course there is some increased demand for manpower ...
Attention, New Students! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Attention, New Students! We of the Synapse wish to welcome you to the U.C. Medical Center. You'll find that life on this campus will be very interesting, especially if you round out your academic curriculum by participating in some activity. Of course, we can think of no other function that would be as beneficial to you as well as to the "Center" than the Synapse. Therefore, we extend an invitation to any and all of you interested in joining our staff. You can contact us through Room 52, U.C. Hospital (next to Dean Johnstone's office) or by phoning David Winegar — SEabright 1-9846 at the Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity. DAVID WINEGAR Managing Editor 1957-58
Meds Meet [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Meds Meet Associated Students School of Medicine: Council Meeting Friday, October 11, at 7 p.m. the ASSM Council will meet, for the first time this semester. The agenda will include: I—The1 — The Student Union: progress and problems. 2— lnternational . exchange: Vince Fausone, freshman, will report on the Clinic held in Germany this summer for medical students of many nations. The International Federation ojf Medical Student Associations has a varied program of "summers abroad on a professional medical basis" for travel-minded medical students. 3— lnternship evaluation: survey work to date, and plan for discussion panels this month. 4—Premedical counseling 1b schools and colleges: a possible lead-the-way project Jn connection with national Student AMA. Interested students are invited to attend the meeting, which will be held in 136 Sciences Building.
ON THE HILL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
ON THE HILL by Jock Hockel and Bob Neumayr A GOOD TIME WASH BAD BY ALL: A boatful of enthusiastic fishermen pulled out from Princeton Point the Thursday morning of the Dent. School Picnic at 6 a.m. into the treacherous Pacific. Sharply at 6:45 fishermen began heaving lines &amp; hash over the side. Reuben Burrell won the honors with a 28 lb. white sea bass. The funny thing about It was Reuben didn't even know he caught it, there were seven lines tangled and while all were arguing somebody looked out into the water and saw this bass float up, dead and upside down. After a slight altercation Reuben was de%ared winner since he felt the healthiest and strongest at the time. Anyhow, the boat went out looking like a fishing ship but came back looking more like a hospital ship. T.G.l.Footnoks: Many people. Noise. Conversation. Talk, falk. You did? Really? See that girl? Wowl Boy, what a hectic week this has been! Three exposures on my first three patients. Wow! New faces. Old faces...
Nursing Students Elect New Officers [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Nursing Students Elect New Officers The Senior, Junior and Freshman Nursing classes have elected their class officers for the year. Each class elects a president, vicepresident, secretary and treasurer. Senior class: Joyce Shurfz, president; Nancy James, vicepresident; Miehika Osaki, secretary; Emily Townsend, treasurer. Junior class: Mary Dilley, president; Harriet Tyson, vice-presi-dent; Jeanine Shippey, secretary; Marjorie Swanson, treasurer. Freshman class: Anna Mac Perkins, president; Beth Maas, vicepresident; Joanne McHenry, secretary; Joyce Moy, treasurer. Congratulations and best wish es for the coming year.