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ROARING TWENTIES REPEAT SET [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1962
ROARING TWENTIES REPEAT SET Miss Barbara Kassity, Assistant Recreation Supervisor, today announced plans for the annual "Roaring Twenties" party. This event was held for the first time last spring and met with extremely broad and popular response. This year's party is set for Friday, April 27, 1962, between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. on the ground floor of Millberry Union. The 1962 version of the Roaring Twenties affair will include many of the features of the 1961 party and several new innovations. Highlighted will be the Golden Gate Jazz Band under the leadership of Berkeley's Bob Neighbor. (This group very successfully appeared at the "Spaghetti and All That Jazz" party last fall.) Another new feature will be the presentation of certain classic silent film shorts. Borrowed from last year will be the gaming tables, a Charleston contest, refreshments and community singing. Although last year's event was not publicized as a costume party per se, the majority of people atte...
PLAY DOCTOR'S WAITING ROOM QUIP [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1962
PLAY DOCTOR'S WAITING ROOM QUIP Motto: "Nothing you say is worse than the mind who interprets it". • Gretchen Beast was only the Aspirin — maker's daughter, but you should have seen her Bayer. • And then there was the forseening nurse who kept a glycerin suppository in her pocket; she reasoned that in case of atomic attack there would be need for quick evacuation. • Prom the Hooper Foundation we learned that there was a constipated termite who couldn't pass his boards. • Dear Playdoctor: I am a young lad of 9 and wish to enter the medical professions. Which school should I go to? Mister A.B.C. Answer: Law
MISS APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1962
MISS APRIL Gretchen Beast is a young lass of fortythree. tt'e found our adventurous Playmate in the sub-basement of the Hooper Foundation. Gretchen has the job of catching runaway mice. With her unusual teeth, Gretchen has become very proficient at this. During her spare time Gretchen loves to model for medical textbooks. Very unusual pictures of her can be found in Grants Atlas. Gretchen can also be found at the PJaydoctor Key Club in the Union.
MEDICAL’S MEDICAP’S [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1962
MEDICAL’S MEDICAP’S The voluptuous blonde entered the dentist's office in an obvious state of agitation. She sat down in the chair and fidgeted nervously as the dentist prepared his utensils. "Oh, doctor," she exclaimed, as he prepared to look into her mouth, "I'm so afraid of dentists. Why, I think I'd rather have a baby than have a tooth drilled." "Well, miss," said the dentist impatiently, "better make up your mind before I adjust the chair." A GALA PAGE PRODUCED BY PLAYDOCTOR'S ROVING SCAVENGER - TAKEN FROM THE CIRCULAR FILES OF MEDICAL'S ANONYMOUS .... DAMN IT! MY NAME'S 808. BUD'S MY SISTER! YES DOCTOR, WE CAN PREPARE STERILE OPTHALMIC SOLN'S. DAMN PLAYTEX! HONEST, DEAN . . . IT'S JUST A LONG PESTLE!
EXEUNT MEDICALIS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1962
EXEUNT MEDICALIS just one more look. Yes, he was sure. This was the organism he needed to complete the work. He sat back as it began to sink in. Twenty years of effort culminating in triumph. The greatest discovery in the history of mankind was there under the microscope and faithfully recorded in every detail in his notebooks. There was no time to indulge in frivolity. Dr. Barns had no time to waste. He knew the next 30 minutes to be among the most important of all. Nine thirty, time to hurry to the library for the crucial task. As he stepped into the elevator he noticed it contained more people than usual. It did not matter if they pushed or shoved, however; there would be plenty of time for them to strew rose petals in his path - later. A drug to cure all the ills of mankind. Maybe I'll call it Panaceabrin or Omnicuracin. Who cares! it will outmote the entire materia medica. He must be careful as a thousand endlessly anticipated questions made him feel giddy. Should I publish my ...
HEALTH SCIENCES EXPOSITION – 1962 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 May 1962
HEALTH SCIENCES EXPOSITION - 1962 HEALTH SCIENCES EX POSITION _ 1962 Once again it is the time of the year when birds are singing, bees are buzzing and flowers are in bloom. That means only one thing: it is time for the third annual Health Sciences Exposition at the U.C. Medical Center. The Health Sciences Exposition, or Science Fair as it is known by those who favor efficiency and speed in speech, is sponsored by the student chapter of the American Pharmaceutical Association. We are the ones who do the organizing and leg work, the liaison men, so to speak, between the various departments and schools participating in the exposition. The Health Sciences Exposition was initiated two years ago by the APhA president, Rill Barr. It was composed of over twenty different epartments including the schools of dentistry, medicine, nursing and pharmacy. The exposition was a successful attraction to hundreds of people including many high school students, acquainting them with the health science ...
HEALTH SCIENCES EXPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 May 1962
HEALTH SCIENCES EXPOSITION A. Ph..A. TO SPONSOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES EXPOSITION The Health Sciences Exposition is sponsored by the University of California Chapter of the American Pharmaceutical Association (A.Ph.A.). The Exposition runs concurrent with guided tours of the Medical Center sponsored by the Committee to interest Students in the Health Sciences. It is the combined efforts of these two groups that bring recent developments in the health sciences into public view. The Exposition Committee consists of the following people: Samuel Kidder— Committee Chairman Wayne Poster— Publicity Chairman Robert Cooper—Tour Chairman and liaison to the Committee to Interest Student in the Health Sciences Tom Fowler— Physical Arrangements Chairman Dr. Walter Singer— Faculty Advisor Recognition should also be shown to the many Pharmacy students who acted as liaisons between the exhibitors and the Exposition Committee. Without their efforts the Exposition would be impossible. — Samuel Kidder St...