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Newman Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Newman Club This semester, Newman Club is offering a course in religious instruction entitled "A study of The Fundamental Dogmas of Catholicism." Classes will begin on Monday, October 14, from 7 to 8 p.m. Classes will be held at St. Anne's Rectory, .850 Judah St. All who are Interested are invited to attend. The next regular meeting of Newman will be held on October 23 at 8 p.m. in St. Anne's library. The meeting will consist of a short business meeting, refreshments, and a lecture delivered by Rev. Albert J. Smith, S.J. of the University of San Francisco. Father Smith will speak on "Free Will and Determinism." The talk : . wjjl cover one of the basic fundamental concepts of Thomistic philosophy in comparison to the netprministic nhilosODhV.
Symposium On Uveitis [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
Symposium On Uveitis Recently the Proctor Foundation for Research in Ophthalmology gave a symposium on uveitis in Which 28 papers were presented. Guest participants included staff members of four other medical schools: Stanford, UCLA, USC, and Pennsylvania. The symposium was introduced by Frederick C. Cordes, chairman of the Department of Ophthalmol: ogy; Michael J. Hogan, Director of the Proctor Foundation, gave the welcoming, address and closed the symposium with a discussion of future research problems.
The Kidney [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
The Kidney Dr. Homer W. Smith, professor of physiology at the New York University College of Medicine, will lead a symposium on Cardiovascular and Renal Disease in -Berkeley, October 18-19. Dr. .Smith, in addition to his extensive research and writing on the kidney, is author of several philosophical works, including "Man and His Gods," "Kamongo," and "From Fish to Philosopher." Symposium participants from U.C. include Drs. Ellen Brown, Isidore Edelman, and Peter Forsham. All physicians and medical scientists will be admitted without fee; the symposium is sponsored oy Kaiser Foundation Hospitals.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
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SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
SPORTS By MITS FUKUMURA Last Thursday, Dental students, hygienists, and faculty members took the day off from school to have an enjoyable day filled with a variety of sporting activities and prizes. As usual, the fishermen were the early risers. They met at Gardner's Fishing Landing in Princeton, and left the land about 6 a.m. Alone with the fishermen were there hygienists, Carol Aasletten, Margie Sokol and Jan Sawyer. After five miles of ocean going, the girls turned out to be better fishermen—almost all of th members of the stronger sex felt a bit ill due to rough waters. However, sick or not, Reuben Burrell caught a 27% pound White Sea Bass to win first prize—a $10 money order from S. S. White. An hour or so after the fishermen had gotten out of bed, 28 golfers were getting up. They met at a golf course in Palo Alto. Most of the golfers, along with the duffers, hit high scores and all agreed that this was due to'the faultiness of the course. However, Bob Nelson hit a low of 20 fo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
BOWERMAN'S PHARMACIES, INC. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 2501 Ocean Avenue DElaware 4-1500 498 Post Street .._ YUkon 6-0307 356 Post Street DOuglas 2-0110 Your Patronage Has Been Appreciated REMEMBERWe Are Here to Serve You The opening of a new Semester always presents problems of shortages—delays in service—and waiting in line. You have been most understanding and co-operative. You have caught the SPIRIT of the MEDICAL CENTER ... For This We Say THANK YOUI Keep the Habit of Making Your Purchases at '■'■■■■' ■" '~■ Th* Medical Center Book and Supply Store
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 October 1957
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President's Reception This Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
President's Reception This Afternoon By PEGGY STELLER With the idea of meeting and greeting the new students on the San Francisco campus, President and Mrs. Robert Gordon Sproul haver extended invitations to all the new students to attend a reception on Friday, October 25, 1957. The reception will be held in the Golden Gate Room on the second floor of the H. C Moffitt Hospital, from 4:00 to 6:00. In the receiving line, Dr. and Mrs. Sproul will be joined by Dr. and Mrs. Troy Daniels, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, Dr. and Mrs. Willard C. Fleming, Dean of the School of Dentistry, Miss Amy MacOwan, Chairman of the Administrative Committee, School of Nursing, and Dr. and Mrs, Naomi Saunders, Chairman of the Administrative Committee for the San Francisco campus and Dean of the School of Medicine. Dr. Herbert G. Johnstome, Dean of Students, and. the associate deans of each school will also be on hand to greet the new students. Members of the A.S.U.C. M.C. Student Council, and Cal Club me...
Medi-Cal New Look [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Medi-Cal New Look By BILL BATHURST (Note: For the information of those individuals who may not be in complete accord with the following article, I hold office hours in the cafeteria for at least four hours daily, and would be delighted to ward off Individual or group attacks with dull scalpels or drills . during these hours.) I have been asked to explain the set-up of the 1958 Medi-Cal in a few short volumes. When I took over the editorship of the yearbook on this campus, I was determined to produce a book that presented a colorful and complete picture of ourjschool year, both from an academic and social viewpoint. As the plans for 1 the Medi-Cal have materialized so far, I am confident "that my staff and I will accomplish our objectives. The book will be larger (and more expensive for us to produce) than any of the preceding annuals. It will feature full coverage of ASUCMC activities, and each class In every school will be allotted a page of candlds. Since the success of this yearb...
CAPPING Freshman Nurses Receive Mortars [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
CAPPING Freshman Nurses Receive Mortars By ANN EVANS On October 14th, the annual capping ceremony was held On the 7th floor of the 610 nurses' dormitory. Amid a background of beaming faces and flashing cameras, 83 freshman nursing students received the most prized possession of all U.C. nurses—the U.C. mortar board cap. Preceding the presentation of the caps, Miss Layoook, a medical nursing instructor spoke on the history and traditions of the cap. Joyce Daulton sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" at the conclusion of the ceremony. Congratulations to Jean RoberBon and her committee for the fine work.