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Medical Science Building INCREMENT II [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Medical Science Building INCREMENT II By GAIL DRUMMOND, BARBARA HEIL Our "dreams for the future," which are now becoming a reality, have been planned for since 1948. It was then that the students, faculty, and directors of the university saw the inadequacy of our present Medical Center buldings. Primary blueprints for a huge Medical Sciences Building, which would araw into a unified whole the schools of Dentistry; Pharmacy, Nursing, and Medicine, were then drawn up. However, due to lack of appropriations, this project was divided into several parts, the first of which is our present Medical Sciences Building. Increment No. 2 is now on its way to tentative completion in June of 1958. Let us take a tour into the future and see what this new addition on the south wing of MSB will contain. If, as has often been said, the worth of a school is judged by its library, the University of California Medical Center is about to prove its value. Some time in early spring, new doors will open into...
Student Pharmacists Attend Convention [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Student Pharmacists Attend Convention By JOAN LILLEY The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles was the site last weekend of the convention of the Student Branches of the American Pharmaceutical Association encompassed by District 8, defining the Western United States. Students Nancy Wineman, Larry Strom, Wiliard Henry, Don Sturdevant, and Gary McCown of our Pharmacy School attended the convention, which was highlighted by the election of officers for the coming year. Mr. McCown was chosen district secretary, succeeding Miss Wineman. The president and vlci-president were chosen from the student APhA branches of College of the Pacific and University of Utah, respectively. Ratification of a new district consituation was also accomplished. Those who were present have brought back many interesting and valuable reports of the functions and activities of the student organizations in the western colleges and universities. Dean Troy C. Daniels, Dr. John Eiler and Dr. Thomas Schwarz of the School o...
The SYNAPSE U.C. MEDICAL CENTER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
The SYNAPSE U.C. MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco 22. California MOntros* 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman. Editor Morrio Corbett, Assoc, Ed. Dentistry David L. Winegar, Managing Editor Joanne Lilley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy June Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Mardi Horowitz, Assoc. Ed. Medicine secretary. Dorothy Ellis; Layout, Jack Hockel; circulation Mgr., Nellan J,aci; Gossip (ohnmilhtM, Jack Hockel, Robert Neumayr; Advertising; Mgr,, Beverly O'Connor; Posters and Cartoons, Medical Illustration, Marshall Turner; Spurt* Editor, Mits Fukui-riuid; Photographer. Jack Hockel; ItepnrterM, Robert Neumayr, Sue Thomas, Run Allsrnan. Stan Tobias, Peg SVeller, Nancy Jamison, Pearl Scale, Eva Lee Heldel, Barbara JI ell. Gail Prummond. Published biweekly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U. C. Medical Center. Entered as third class mail, Post Office, San Francisco. California. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mail.
Guest Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Guest Editorial Well, what is it? It is the student governing body of the Medical Center, your student government. It is composed of the elected representatives of the curricula offered on this campus. Its function is to work for your interests as these apply to the whole Medical Center. To this extent we organize the Welcome Dance, the Christmas Dance, and the Bacchus Dance because you wanted some campus wide social functions. We organize the year-book called the Medi-Cal because you wanted a book to commemorate your year's activity. We can only organize and promote, you must supply the support. This paper has published the Union as you will enjoy it next year at its completion. The ASUCMC is working now in conjunction with the Administration, Faculty, and Alumni to make this Union fulfill its purpose which is among other things to provide a campus center for the social, cultural, and recreational activities of the students; to foster closer personal friendships among the students,...
S.N.A.C. Convene [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
S.N.A.C. Convene By Nancy Jamison Thursday, October 10, the Student Nurses Association of California (SNAC) convened in San Jose for a three day convention. With a compact but interesting program, the sessions began with • general business meeting. Representatives to the convention were Sandie ( adwa Mader, Koberta Shields, Rochclle DcsKaussois, Sharon Boucher, Darl?ne Styles, Mary Lou Stogden, Marilyn Uyeda, Beverly Cassell, •nd Nancy Jamison. Some of the highlights of the convention wore the election of Roberta Shields to the office of State recording secretary, Sandie Cadwallader receiving honorary membership in SNAC, Jane Rivera named UC editor of Scoop, the SNAC newspaper, and first prize in the exhibit contest going to U.C.
CAFETERIA: Afternoon Lectures Open To All [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
CAFETERIA: Afternoon Lectures Open To All NOON TOPICS: Faculty, Students, and Non-academic personnel of the entire campus are invited to attend. There is no registration and the lectures are open to all without payment of fee. Time is 1:00 to 1:30 p.m. October 30th—"Time and How Man Uses It." Joseph L. Henderson, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Stanford University, School of Medicine". November 6th — "Matter and Mind." Wallace I. Matson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley. November 13th — "Porcupine Skins and Hairy Ears, or the Sins of Y-Chromosomes." Curt Stern, Professor of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley.
Allan Addison Wins Gold Medal [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Allan Addison Wins Gold Medal Allen John Addison has been awarded the 1957 Lehn &amp; Fink Gold Medal at the University of California Medical Center School of Pharmacy for maintaining an outstanding scholastic record during his college courses. The award was presented by T. C. Daniels, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, at the first meeting of the student body which was held recently. Mr. Addison was graduated from Richmond Union High School, Richmond, and attended the University of California in Eerkeley. The recipient of many awards, while at the U.C. Medical Center, he was senior student director of the American Pharmaceutical Association, stud c nt branch; president of Rho Chi Society, and a member of the National Executive Council Kappa Psi fraternity. At present, Mr. Addison is continuing his' studies at the University Medical Center for the degree of Doctor of Pharmacy. Eventually, he hopes to open his own prescription pharmacy. JOHN ADDISON. Pharmacy student, wins Lehn ...
FAREWELL, PRESIDENT SPROUL Doctor Sproul and His Office [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
FAREWELL, PRESIDENT SPROUL Doctor Sproul and His Office President Sproul assumed the_presidency on July i, 1930, succeeding William Wallace Campbell, and inauguration ceremonies were held oh October 22nd of that same year. After graduation in 1913, Dr. Sproul worked for a year as an efficiency expert for the city of Oakland. Then he returned to the University as cashier in 1914, and has been successively assistant comptroller in 1918, comptroller, and secretary and land agent of the Regents in 1920, and vice president and comptroller in 1925. President Sproul is among a select few presidents of major universities to serve more than 25 years, and has served as president longer than any major university president now in office. Fourteen honorary degrees of Doctor of Laws have been bestowed on Dr. Sproul by the Universities of Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Tulane, Southern California, San Francisco, Oregon, Nebraska, New Mexico and Maine, and by Pamonb Occidental, St. Mary's, and Mills Col...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Torrey's Stationers Portable Typewriters TERMS REPAIRS 14S8 Halght St. Near Masonic UNdertiill 1-4327 We Have SPECIAL LIFE INSURANCE PLANS At Low Net Cost Glenn E. Fortini Agent (U.C. Medical School) FORTINI INSURANCE SERVICE "All Forms of Insurance" 1495 - 4th Avenue SE 1-9554 I i Josephine Studio 1547-43 rd Avenue SE. 1-4428 (We did the Pictures for the Medi-Cal) I ■ABY PICTURES • WEDDIN6S PORTRAITS OLE'S I 834 Irving SE. 1-4154 ★ Jam Session every Sunday Night " J«
ON THE HILL The Pumpkin Parade [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
ON THE HILL The Pumpkin Parade by Jack Hockel and Bob Neumayr INSIDE THE FRATS: Domestic problems inevitably I arise, but AlphOmega has someone who's thinking; there are signs all over the place (and, incidentally, other signs to remind you to read them). Bow, Jule Lifshiz . . . There haven't been any signs at DeltaSig, however, to help Bob Scbnal find his disappearing mattress. The delts recently their alumni at a buffet dinner and ensuing tableclinic where the alums presented a program on Oral Surgery . . . Dr. Russell Coleman guested the PsiO October* meeting where he discussed the instructors position in local and' I national dental education. Ken Knowles, a PsiOan, enhances his room with a tropical aquarium; and there are fish in all degrees—a fascinating hobby, indeed. ,**■. * ■ ■ ■ WHAT ABOUT T.G.?: It hasn't died! The Mcd Center *\\ ill still enjoy this social function. There will be some changes made, but this opportunity for professional students to congregate on an inform...
CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
CAMPUS MEMO October 25th FROSH NURSES PRESENT Haunted House Friday at 8:30 P.M. October 26th FRATERNITY HALLOWEEN PARTIES: All dental fraternities will open their parties to each other by an agreement of the dental IFC. October 27th NEWMAN CLUB: Dinner, Sunday at 6:00 P.M. at Forest Lodge. If you need transportation, meet at 610 Dorm at 5:30 P.M. October 29th RECEPTION for Bob Alexander, new Union Director. Tuesday, October 29th, 7:00 P.M. in the Faculty Dining Room. October 30th SAINTS, SINNERS, and SKEPTICS: Temple-Methodist Church is sponsoring a meeting from 7:30 to 9:30 P.M. at 330 Parnassus. Vince Evensen will be speaking on "The Common Basis of Our Religion." Refreshments will be served. November Ist KOINONIA PRESENTS: Dance, 7th Avenue Presbyterian Church. Casual attire.
Student Church Groups THE CHAPEL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Student Church Groups THE CHAPEL By June Roundy Up the stairs surrounded by two fuchsias and an avocado tree, into the door of an older, gray, two-story house, a glowing candle is seen. In the darkness the shadows fall over the golden tones of the arcs and benches of a beautiful little chapel. This is it! This is the place we needed. Yes, the need for a place to be alone and meditate for a few minutes has been satisfied by the building and opening of a chapel (described.above) by a few interested people on our campus. This was done as an outside project due to the fact that no religious building could be built by the University or on any of its property. . The chapel is located at 1431 4th Avenue in the house described in the opening of this article. The arcs that were mentioned were obtained from a castle in Florence, Italy. From these beginnings an architect from Berkeley designed the present chapel that was completed around three years ago. Its doors are open A (J. THE TIME, and ...
Newman Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Newman Club Pssst . . . pssst . . . hey, you! Pass the word . . . dinner. Got it? ... dinner. Gotta talk fast; Bugs is after me. The rendezvous date is Sunday, October 27. Time is six o'clock. Gotta rush this. The plan is spaghetti, tossed green salad, garlic French bread, wine, coffee, ice cream. The hideout is at Forest Lodge. C'mon, make it snappy, get this info down, gotta get out of here—Bugs is on my trail. You go up 7th Avenue until you get to the reservoir and the hideout is right across the street, next to the Forest Chevron Station. Hurry, I'll pay with my blood while you get away with $1.25 for the dinner. You can get ducats for the fracas from a bunch of the gang—and at the next Newman Club gang meeting . . . Wednesday, October 23. Gotta hurry, I think I see Bugs' car—if you naed transportation, meet at the 610 dorm at 5:30 that night. It is Bugs—duck! Ahhhh—he—got —me. Call—Dick (cough) Penna — if — you — need — any — further—information. Mont (cough) Montrose 1-01584. ...
Koinonia [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Koinonia By JAN SMITH Have you been seeing posters lately with a strange sort of sign sporting a strange-sounding word — KOINONIA? Have you been ' wondering what ail this means? Many found out last Sunday at an Open House held at the Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church. Why don't you come to find out also. Two more opportunities in the near future to find out and to enjoy yourself are: October 27, a speaker, Dr. John Hadsell; and November 1, a dance to enable you to meet and become better-acquainted with oth ers.
Saints, Sinners, and Skeptics [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 October 1957
Saints, Sinners, and Skeptics By EVA LEE HEIDEL Sounds like an advertisement for "Guys and Dolls"? It is—in a way. Saints, Sinners, and Skeptics is the name that has been adopted by a new group of studentsguys and dolls—orf our campus. They met foe the first time on Tuesday, October 8, to plan out a program and purpose that promise to be a great deal of fun and food for thought to those who participate. Since it was planned for, and by you, the students, you are the ones who will give it the spirit for which it was created. The next meeting of this group will be on October 30, from 7:20 to 9:30 p.m. and will be at the Delta Sigma Delta house, 330 Parnassus Avenue. Vince Evensen will be speaking on "The Common Bases of Our Religion." Refreshments will be served. Vince is from the Life Stream House in Berkeley. Life Stream House is an interdenominational co-op with facilities for both college men and women. . .