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ON THE HILL These Holidaze [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
ON THE HILL These Holidaze by Jack Hockel and Bob Neumayr CENTER NOTES: On Big-Game Day two buses chartered by Ben Braley and the Cal Club and loaded with students provided fine transportation to the game and a lot of fun; this was another Medical Center first which should become traditional . . . Asiatic flu is continuing to disrupt the lives of many students, making this semester one long to be remembered for the effects of a vicious virus ... a bit more on our fine elevator system: these presently overloaded devices will evidently be taking the additional impact from the many people who will occupy Increment II when it opens—a fine kettle of sardines, eh? . . . Dr. Johnstone, Dean of Students, who is always keenly aware and understanding of the 'towers' troubles, is organizing a needed all-campus IFC—arid another dream is realized! . . . The Good-Old-Days-Dept.: Father-of-the r Union Dr. George Steninger, moved by a bit of Dixieland, music at the dental student body meeting, disp...
Noon Concert [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Noon Concert By HOWARD ROSENFELD An engrossing and wonderfully varied program marked the second of the noon concert series, Thursday, December 5, as Pianist Janet Goodman, a sophomore music major at the University of California, demonstrated a truly professional level of musicianship. Miss Goodman's versatility was j manifested in her selection of ' compositions encompassing the history of the piano fr.om the 'eighteenth to the tury. She began With Sonata in D, by Baldassare Galuppi, one of the first composers of music for piano. This was contrasted with a group of very charming Rumanian Folk Dances by Bela Bar- ■ tok. Bartok, until his death in 1945, had ben tireless in collecl•ing folk music, especially of his native Hungary, and incorporating the peasant themes into his music. His own words help to explain the peculiar leaps of octaves and sevenths so strange at first hearing. "Hungarian peasants do not devote much care to selecting • a suitable pitch, but they simplify difficult...
CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
CAMPUS MEMO Dec. 13—Medical Center Christmas Formal; 9-1; "Roberts" by the beach; bids available from class representatives. Dec. 13 —Cocktail party preceding Christmas dance. 7-9 p.m. Delt House, 330 Parnassus—open to all dental students! Dec. 14 and 15—Postgraduates in Dentistry; "Oral Physiology"; Dr. Leroy Langley; 2145; 9-5. Dec. 16 — Dental School Eg£ Nog Party—Zip House, 745 Parnassus; 8 p.m. on. Dec. 17 — CSEA Christmas Party for the children of UCMC students; 7 p.m.; lobby of Medical Science Building. Dec. 18 — Noon Topic: Communications and Persuasion; Berton J. Ballard; Golden Gate Room; 1 p.m. Jan. 8 —FREEDOM VERSUS SECURITY: Edward L. Barrett, Jr., Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley. Golden Gate Room, 1 p.m. Jan. 15— SEMANTICS: Samuel I. Hayakawa, Professor of Language Arts, San Francisco State College. Golden Gate Room 1 p.m. Jan. 22 — BRAIN PICKING AND BRAIN WASHING: Douglas M. Kelley, Lecturer in Psychiatry and Professor of Criminology. Golden Gate ...
Junior-Senior Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Junior-Senior Banquet Q/i the evening of November 18th the senior nursing students were honored at a banquet held at Rickey's Restaurant in Stonestown. Members of the Senior class, the nursing school faculty, and the junior class, who were hostesses for the evening, attended the affair. Blue and Gold silk cap cords were presented to the seniors. Upon graduation these Will replace the cotton cords they now wear. Highlighting the program were the speeches given by Mrs. Alven and Miss Brugge who are U.C. School of Nursing graduates. Mrs. Alven is an instructor In the School of' Nursing and Miss Brugge is supervisor of obstetrical nursing. Entertainment was provided by the Junior Sextet and Roberta Codis. Many a giggle and exclamation of surprise was heard when the Senior Class Will was read by Jane Abbott and Sharon Boucher. Among the varied items willed were Colleen Gallagher's atrocious green sweat shirt and the plaster of paris bust of Beethoven. Not to be outdone', Marge Swanson re...
Pharmacy School Party Planned [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Pharmacy School Party Planned Tuesday, December 17, from three to six o'clock is the date and time of the Pharmacy School Christmas party, according to George Howells, student body vice-president. The faculty, students, and their guests will be admitted to the Golden Gate Roorti for the price of a toy, or money, not to exceed $1.00; the Pharmacy Wives' Club will use both to provide holiday joy for one of the bay area's orphanages. Entertainment will be provided by the living groups and the faculty, and traditional refreshments, including hot mulled cider and cookies, will be reived. C'mon, Pharmacy School, let's give Christmas vacation a gay beginning!
Help! Volunteers Arise! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Help! Volunteers Arise! Faculty, Employees,, or Friends: Have' you been contributing lately to the research programs of the U.C. Medical Center? Our Blood Volume Research Project needs healthy subjects, especially men and women over forty, for a simple . experiment and we will give in return $10.00 and a brief medical check-up. Registered students are not acceptable. For further information please contact Marilyn Jensen or Barbara Bradley, MO 4 3600. Ext. 444. &gt;l
Interfraternity Council [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Interfraternity Council The formation of a- campuswide organization of all the fraternities associated with the Medical Center was considered at a meeting called Thursday evening, Pecember 5, by Dean of Students Herbert Johnstone. Clyde Cowman of Xi Psi Phi, Jack Hockel of Delta Sigma Delta, Robert Mayo of Nu Sigma Nu. Ron Okun of Phi Chi, Dick Penna of Kappa Psi, Bob Porcella of Alpha Kappa Kappa and Don Scales of Phi Delta Chi, were on hand to represent their respective houses. Dean Johnstone called the group together for expressions of opinion as to the need of an interfraternity council on this campus. It was his belief that an all-cam-pus organization could be most effective in promoting mutual understanding among the fraternities and provide a medium for free discussion of problems and policies affecting the general welfare of the houses. It was the consensus of the house representatives that an inter-fraternity organization could play an effective role on this campus and that...
Zips and LDS's Maintain League Lead [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Zips and LDS's Maintain League Lead By MITZ FUKUMURA With the season half gone the Zips and LDS's dominate the league. However, the Phi Delts are keeping the pressure on these teams and after two or three more games may tie for the league lead. The Zips, ably led by Hap Stallman and Ron Salter, Still share the top position with the LDS's. Since the upset loss to the Psi O's, they have come back to beat the Delts and Phi Delts. With the return of John McMasters, who had his arm in a cast, the LDS's will be a tough team to beat. However, they have been doing terrific up to now with explosive players like Dick Valentine, Dean Robinson and Warren Davis. They have won 4 out of 4 games since losing to the Zips. The Phi Delts are probably the toughest team in the league. With players such as Haase, Wilson, Piper and Terzian, who play a rough and aggressive type of ball game, they have given and will have found themselves offensewise. Players such as Natkins and Weaver, as well as the rest ...
Student Church Groups KOINONIA [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Student Church Groups KOINONIA Every so often KOINONIA pops up somewhere in the Synapse or near the elevators in Moffitt Hospital. Perhaps you've been wondering what Koinonia is. Well, it's a young adult group formed for the purpose of increasing understanding in their Christian lives. The word Koinonia is Greek for fellowship and that's what the group strives for, fellowship for all and in all they do. They usually meet at the 7th Avenue Presbyterian Church (1329 7th Avenue), but this past Saturday, December 7th, Koinonia went to San Anselmo on a retreat to plan future programs, there at the early hour of 10 a.m;, but they huddled together long The San Francisco Seminary in San Anselmo was really a conducive place to do this planning. The group nearly froze going up enough to get warmed up to ideas for the programs. A wide variety of subjects, informative and thought-provoking, are on the Koinonia agenda. Among other things, dances, retreats and other get-togethers will be a part o...
NEWMAN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
NEWMAN CLUB No one seems to know where the time goes, but Christmas is once again upon us. And, in accordance with the seasonal festivi-' ties, we're going to have a party! That's right, on Monday, Dec. 16th there will be a gathering of the clan. Time: 8:30 p.m.; Place: the home of the Kappa Psi's, at 398 Parnassus— special thanks go to them for their generosity; and, Dress: casual (for the benefit of the uninformed, that means skirts, slacks, but no ties!). There's only one more very necessary ingredient to make this swaree a success, and that's 100 per cent attendance; so here's hoping all of you will have as good a time as I will! Since the Newman Club is not all fancy trimmings, it seems only fitting to mention the fact that the annual Solemn Engagement Ceremony and blessing of the rings will be held in St. Anne's Church on Jan. 6, 1958. (The time is 7:30.) And, since time seems to fly so fast, you fellas and gals had better hurry if you expect to join those lucky couples who ar...
Rho Chi Holds Initiation [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Rho Chi Holds Initiation Ten new members were received into the Rho (Chi Society, the national pharmacy honor, society, at an initiation dinner held at. Marconi's Restaurant on December 6. The new initiates, including senior,and graduate students, are Nadhituram Bhagavan, Hikmat Fikrat, Robert Glende, Jitsuo Higashi, Peter Lehman, Beverly Ann McKenney, James McKinley, Appasahab Pater Richard Penna, and Thomas Tozer. Dean T. C. Daniels of the School of Pharmacy introduced the guests, including Mr. Fischl, National President-elect of the American Pharmaceutical Association, and faculty members, many of whom attended with Professor of Physics from the Berkeley campus of the University and former chairman of the Physics department, spoke on "Science and Pseudo-science."
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