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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
Fresh Elect Deny-Officers Last week the freshman dental students elected the following people to represent them for the coming year: Gary Wilson —President, U.C, Psi O. Mcl Wishan — Vice-President, U.C.L.A., Zip. Ganet Wong — Secretary, Sacramento J.C., Honorary Delt. Hick Gaebel — Representative, U.C.1.A., I'si O. Torrey's Stationers Portable Typewriters TERMS REPAIRS 1458 Haighr St. Near Masonic UNderhill 1-4327 Hair Fashion In The West Begins at Don's Stylimd Haircuts €9 from V" (in our Salon Styling Drpi.) DON'S 350 West Portal OVerland I-1 841 Opan Wednesday Eve.
ON THE HILL THE TOWERING IVORIES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
ON THE HILL THE TOWERING IVORIES by Jack Hockel and Bob Neumayr HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS: T.here were parties i galore on this ole hill. On Oct. 26, by IFC agreement, the dental frats held their costumed-capers conjointly.' Thus it was that Parnassus was alive with revelers wandering from house to house. At the ZIPs Jack Cottingham was a good Roman and John Derdivanis, a Greek, but the integrators Dc Lorimer) stole the show ... At PsiO a morguelike setting was quite appropriate for Halloween . . . While at the Delta a more sedate fest with the P&amp;S Delta was being maintained to the music of Rudy Salvini ... At Rho Pi Phi Ron Feldman took Ist prize dressed as a skin.diver •(complete with H2O-tommy gun). Other notable costumes were Stan Goldstein whose date came as Miss East Bay of 1929 (Stanley was a sports-car enthusiast) .. .Those hygienists who went serenading on Halloween met with a rather wet at the Zip house where they were thoroughly drenched in the shower . . . AND SAY...
CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
CAMPUS MEMO November 10th , KOINONIA: Sunday, 7:30 p.m. 7th Avenue Presbyterian Church. November 11th REFRESHER COURSE: "Applied Biometry and Epidemiology" Dr. A. L. Russel from the National Institute of Health. Room 301 C, 9-12, Classroom F, UCH 1-5. November 12th SAINTS, SINNERS, and SKEPTICS: 1329 7th Avenue, 7:30-9:30, Dr. Robert Thornton, "Christianity and Science." November 13th LECTURE for Students. Dr. Russell, Classroom E, UCH, 1 p.m. November 13th LECTURE for Faculty. Dr. Russell, "Impact of Periodontal Disease on Society on Dental Practice." Room 1322, Science Bldg., 8 p.m. Norvember 13th PORCUPINE Skins xmd Hairy Ears, or the Sins of the Y-chromo-somes. Curt Stern, Professor of Zoology, University of California,. Berkeley. Open to all. 1 to 1:30, Golden Gate Room, Moffitt Hospital. November 20th ASSESSING the Effective Person.. Donald W. MacKinnon, Professor of Psychology; Director, Institute of Personality Assessment and Research, University of California, Berkeley. Ope...
Discussion Series [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
Discussion Series A lunch-hour discussion series on "Health Sciences and the Problems of Man" has been instituted by the. campus Administrative Committee for students, faculty and employees. Guest speakers are giving half-hour presentations on a broad group of subjects, designed to stimulate interest in the human individual and awareness of his thoughts, problems, beliefs and activities. Sample titles: "Time and How Man Uses It"; "Porcupine Skins and Hairy Ears, or the Sins of the Y-ehromo-somes"; "Assessing the Defective Person." The series will continue for seven successive Wednesdays, concluding with a panel discussion of human ecology by J. B. deC. M. Saunders, Malcolm S. tVatts, Seymour M. Farber, Salvatore P. Lucia, and John 3. Eiler.
Sophomore Medical Student Represents Medical Center at Student Union Meet [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
Sophomore Medical Student Represents Medical Center at Student Union Meet Scott Chilcott, a sophomore medical student, was selected by the A.S.U.C.M.C. recently to accompany IWr. Robert Alexander, Director of the Guy S. Millberry Union to Seattle for the annual conference of Region 11 of the Association of College Unions. Region 11 includes Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Montana, part of Idaho, and Hawaii. Delegates were also present from the University of Saskatchewan and the University of British Columbia". The conference was held Thursday, October 24 through Saturday, October 26, 1957 at the Husky Union building. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Approximately 25 institutions were represented from the states and territories mentioned above. The conference was definitely student centered, there being approximately 100 students to 30 staff members in attendance. Discussions were geared to satisfy common problems of students, whether they were represen...
Good Grief! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
Good Grief! You would never guess, but the above heading is part of tbe title of the forthcoming Senior Nursing play called "Good Grief, or I've Never Been So Keyed Up." This hilarious play was written by Joyce Shurtz and Kate Dailey, who promise it will be tremendous entertainment with a cast of thousands—s9 to be exact! All joking aside, the sets, make-up, costumes, lighting, and characters in the play are original. The freshmen and juniors at the 610 Dorm have been hearing small bits of melodrama, music, and comedy from the 7th floor which come from the "melting pot of talent" of the senior class. The whole dorm is getting excited to see what the final product will be. The traditional Senior Class play will be given November '14 and 15 —curtain time at 8:15 p.m. —7th floor, 610 Parnassus Nursing Dorm. There is no admission charge—the entire Medical Center is invited.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
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NEW DOCTOR DRAFT ORDER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
NEW DOCTOR DRAFT ORDER Recent changes have been made in the law dealing with physicians, dentists, and allied specialists. The new law, approved by Congress at the last session, authorized the President to make certain amendments to Selective Service Regulations, the principal ones being: 1. Time spent on active military duty by medical, dental and related specialists in student programs prior to receiving their professional degrees, or in intern training, shall not be counted in determining eligibility for exemption from induction as a veteran. 2. Any such specialists rejected for a commission as a rereserve officer in any specialty field on the sole grounds of physical disqualification shall be classified 4F as exempt from induction. 3. The Secretary of Defense is authorized to place separate calls for the induction of specialists In medical, dental and allied fields, and such calls shall be filled by qualified registrants. 4. Those calls shall be filled in the same manner that re...
Physical Therapy Lineup for '57-'58 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
Physical Therapy Lineup for '57-'58 By DON NEWMAN Last week, or was it two weeks ago, well anyway, an election of Class Officers was held by the Physical Therapy Student Body (27 strong). The final results placed Sandi Watson in the No. 1 position as Class President. Don Newman will fill the slot of Vice and Social Chairman. Our Secretary-Treasurer (or should I say Secretary of the Treasury?) will be Alicia Peters. Saddled with the job of Reporter for the Physical Therapy Review is Louise L&lt;okey — "she like to write." The P.T.s are planning on getting together on Thursday mornings (post-midterms) for a bit of bowling; and who knows, before long the word "strike" may become quite common in our vocabularies. Inspired.by the enviable ability of Jim Franco, several of the male members of the Class have joined forces with the Psi O's on the basketball court. Chances are, when Ron Andrews "gets his eye" (without his glasses), he will be a tough man to contend with.
The Synapse Is Your All-Campus Newspaper Scadinavian Pharmacy [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
The Synapse Is Your All-Campus Newspaper Scadinavian Pharmacy Dr. Brochmann-Hanssen, Associate Professor in the School of Pharmacy, and recently returned from Sabbatical leave spent in the Scandinavian countries, presented a very informative discussion to the Pharmacy student body explaining the status of Professional Pharmacy in Norway and Sweden. Using slide projections to accentuate his colorful descriptions, he defined how the strength of the intraprofessional bonds have saved pharmacy from the surge of socialism; how store location is based on population distribution, how prices and prof- its are regulated'and business licenses allocated. Of special interest was the explanation of how individual pharmacies are able to manufacture many of their own drug products and compete successfully with industry. Dr. Brochmann-Hanssen stated that after having attempted to present a true and honest picture of American pharmacy to our friends in Scandinavia, he hopes to be able to bring to ph...
TV Operative Clinics [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
TV Operative Clinics Medical Extension made a first and highly successful venture into television during its recent course in general surgery. One day of the week-long course was devoted to televised operative clinics; surgery in the Moffitt Hospital operating rooms was transmitted on a closed circuit to the Langley Porter Clinic auditorium. Some 70 physicians attended the course; I&gt;eon Goldman and Benson Roe were program co-chairmen.
ASMC Basketball [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
ASMC Basketball By MITS FUKUMURA At the eni of i throe 'weeks of .play, (three teams, remain undefeated: the Zips, the Phi Delts, and LDS'S—the latter playing m the league for the first time. The Zips have won 3 games and the LDS'S and Phi Delts are undefeated in 2 games. Following these teams are the Delts and the Soph Meds, both with a 2-1 record. The remaining teams—the Sen Meds, the Psi O's, and the Kappa Psi's —have yet to win a game in three outings. The hard luck* team of the league so far has been the Psi O's. They have lost to the Delts by 1 point, the Soph Meds by 2 points, and were leading the Phi Delts by five points at the half but were overtaken 31-22. The Psi O's have the potential and with a few breaks, they will appear in the win column. The Sen Meds, due to their studies, have not been able to get a sufficient amount of players out. They have the height and with more reserves, should in the future, win their games. The Kappa Psi's, although having - a well rounded ...
Dental Cement Saves Day For Satellite Firing [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 8 November 1957
Dental Cement Saves Day For Satellite Firing The Naval Research , Laboratory had sent the satellite to the Grand Central Rocket Co., for vibration tests on the powerful 18,000 mile solid propellant rcwfeet motor that is to set the satellite in its orbit. About an hour and a half before the scheduled firing test last Monday, engineers found that they couldn't make the schedi%. The cement used to onake the electrical contacts would take toa long to dry. So-o-o the project di-rector-suggested that they take it to his dentist to use some quick drying "bridge cement." Besuit! The job was done in twentyfive minutes, schedule was met, and the results were satisfactory.