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Pharmaceutical Convention [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Pharmaceutical Convention By JOAN B. LILLEY Ten research papers were presented to the Scientific Section of the 104 th annual American Pharmaceutical Association convention on May 1. 2, and 3 by faculty members of the School of Pharmacy. The meeting, which was held in New York City, was the seven-ty-first assembly of pharmacy's scientists, by which the vast amount of research undertaken by pharmacy educators and technical workers is encouraged and publicized. Several prizes arc awarded each year for the most significant and noteworthy contributions in this field. Meeting concurrently with the scientific section were the sections of practical pharmacy, education, history, and economics. Dean Troy C. Daniels of the School of Pharmacy presided as Chairman of the House of Delegates, the legislative body of the Association.
PHARMACY EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
PHARMACY EXPERIENCE By EVA FIELD The University of California Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association presented the results of their survey dealing with working conditions, hours and wages received by student pharmacists, at this month's meeting of the Northern California Branch of the Association. The meeting, held on Wednesday evening, April 17, included a dinner, which was followed by a short discussion of pending state legislation applying to the practice of pharmacy in hospitals. The evening was concluded by a program in which the findings of the survey were presented by Ernie Geddes and Carl Windell, under the direction of Dr. David Kendrick. The survey disclosed that, of the students now working to 'fulfill their pharmacy experience requirements, 57% work in neighborhood drug stores, 29% in prescription pharmacies, 8% in hospitals, and 6% in chain drug stores. Senior students, who are all employed at the present, are primarily receiving experience in prescri...
STUDENT AWARDS AND PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
STUDENT AWARDS AND PRIZES Do you know that there are many awards given out in Dentistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Nursing? You may be qualified to be a recipient of one of these fine awards and never even know it. Look inside a booklet entitled "Prizes For Student Achievement, University of California." There under "San Francisco Campus," is an excellent array of awards and honors that could be yours.
WHY WORRY? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
WHY WORRY? There are only two things to worry about. Either you are well, or you are sick. If you are well, then there is nothing to worry about, but if you are sick, there are two things to worry about. Either you will get well or you will die. If you get well there is nothing to worry about. If you die, there are two things to worry about. Either you go to Heaven or Hell. If you go to Heaven, there is nothing to worry about, but if you go to Hell, you'll be so damn busy shaking hands with friends, you won't have time to worry. —Anon.
EARTHQUAKES AND FEAR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
EARTHQUAKES AND FEAR While writing this article another one of those little quakes just rumbled by, which hardily bothered me. So as I come up from under the table I am reminded of another "fear induce" called thunder which leads to the joke about the prominent Chicago psychiatrist who told a patient, "Ridiculous that you should still be frightened of thunder at your age. Thunder is a mere natural phenomenon. Now the next time it storms, and you hear a couple of claps of thunder, just you do like I do— put your head under a pillow and stuff your ears until the thunder goes away."
U.S. GOVERNMENT AWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
U.S. GOVERNMENT AWARDS Would you like that free trip to Europe? Under the auspices of the , Dept. of State and the Board of Foreign Scholarships, various lectureships and research scholarships are available to many different countries in Europe. For information locally, contact the Office of the Dean, Rm. 52A, UCH Bldg. Application forms and information is available through the Conference Board of Associated Research Council Committee on International Exchange of Persons. I will repeat only once: Eligibility? That's easy. You just must be a U.S. citizen and must have a doctorate degree from a recognized institution of higher learning. See you in line.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
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CAMPUS CHATTER Kappa Psi [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
CAMPUS CHATTER Kappa Psi By LEON LEVY Our spring semester this year has been highlighted by numerous events, beginning February 23, with our initiation dinner at the Bermuda Palms in San Rafael at which ten students became members of the fraternity. On March 21, we had a buffet dinner for pur Grand Regent, Dr. Louis Fischer, who was visiting us. The dinner was served at our new house, across from Moffitt Hospital, which we acquired last fall. This spring we held elections; an entire new panel of officers was elected for the coming year. Kappa Psi's basketball team has been in fourth place so far this season. The team bought basketball jerseys, each player paying for his own uniform. On March 24, we sponsored a "Play in the Hay" party, for which we decorated our basement western style and played music which had previously been recorded on tape. April 1 was the date of our exchange dance with the girls of San Francisco State College. Music was provided by our reliable tape recorder, a...
Alpha Omega [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Alpha Omega By STAN TOBIAS The big news from Omega is the initiation of the pledges. On this occasion all the members gather for a solemn ceremony, a large dinner and lots of free drinks. Heading the list of initiates is Stan Tobias, Marshall Turner, Jule Lifschiz, Rick Diamond, Ai Wasserstein, Gabe Kallos, Jack Drandell and Jerry Kowitz. k With graduation drawing near, Bob Rouda is making certain wedding plans. A honeymoon in Mexico will do much to help soothe Bob's jangled nerves. The Alpha Omega social committee continues to function in its usual efficient manner. A big picnic in Marin County and a night at the theatre is in the offing. A long sigh of relief went up from Sophomore Sid Perlman when recently, he narrowly escaped the bonds of matrimony at the hands of a CCSF coed. Now life is I&gt;earable again at the AO house.
Rho Pi Phi [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Rho Pi Phi By WALT JAN The Western Regional Conference for the Rho Pi Phi fraternity was held at the Fairmont Hotel on May sth. Representing Lambda chapter at this classy affair was Jim McKinley and Stuart Carrroll. The latest gossip about the Ropes are: t What's this about Bob Childers getting "55" on the Physical Chemistry exam after four nights of studying? Too bad Bob, more studying needed. Congratulations are in order for Stuart Carroll, a victim of a recent wedding. Well, well, it seems that Willie Wong, the official U.S.P. birddogger, finally got his first blind date. Very good, Willie! It was found that Ron Feldman isn't much of a poker player after losing four dollars in a half hour. He was all shook up. A certain cute nurse, Mary D., has been, using chopsticks like a professional. Good going Jim! Tony Demourkas will be needing a pair of glasses soon unless he stops straining his pretty blue eyes. (And NOT on books either). The recent election of the Ropes showed the follow...
AKK News [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
AKK News By PAU LNORTON They (?) are still talking about the annual AKK Hayride which was built around the theme, "Singing in the Rain". Notables attending the ramp in the damp included Dirk Van Peenen with Alexis Rosalis, Conchita Rosena with Larry Swick and Bob Stanton with a girl that spoke English. The pledge was also there! Ralph Green brought his guitar and sang, somebody brought a uke and played . . . Marcifully, Art Miller didn't sing or play and we doubt if he brought anything (knowing Art). In case you're worried about the grunts and sighs emanating from the house these days—-it's mostly the barbell lilting . .
Springtime in Rm. 518 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Springtime in Rm. 518 By STAN TOBIAS Spring has sprung on the Freshman class. Spring means more than just setting teeth and carving crowns. Three of the freshmen have announced new additions to their families. Lamont Carr and his wife Billie have a little girl, Kimberly Ann. This is number two for Lamont. Old timer Ken Russell has come through again with number three. Ken and wife Carma have named the little girl Andrea. The amateur of the trio is Richard Suezaki. This is his first. He had the only boy of the group. Little David is quite an addition to the Suezaki household. Also trying to further the cause of love in the Freshman class is Bob Brown. Although not contributing by additions of children, he is contributing deeply to research on love. Bob is steadily dating Holly Park who is a featured entertainer at the Robin Hood.
Junior Hygienist [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Junior Hygienist By LIBBY FUHRIMAN The Dental Hygienist Tea this year, at which the Juniors were well represented, was held a few weeks ago on the Berkeley campus. Everyone there had the opportunity of meeting March Fong, President of the A. D. H. A. To top the afternoon off, Margie Matson, who isn't yet accustomed to these San Francisco inclines, didn't alight from the car so lightly and ended up on crutches. The Dental Convention was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The Juhiors collected their share of gold toothbrushes, pain relief tablets and other such necessary sundry items. The more social aspect of the convention which began at five was looked forward to each day. Here new friends were met and old acquaintances renewed. We're vefy happy to have Jeannette Sanborn back in class with us, but it seems that when one is gained, another is lost. Pat Sibbett is now nearing the end of her stay in the hospital with mono. We certainly do wish her a rapid recovery and hope she will be with us...
Psi Omega [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Psi Omega by DON MAGRINI As was anticipated, the South Sea Island Party of March 30 was a tremendous success at the Psi O house. Sarongs, mu-mus, and other assorted beach apparel bedecked guests along with enthusiasm befitting the occasion. In all, I'm sure everyone who attended enjoyed the occasion. Road &amp; Track: Beware of a tan '51 Chysler sedan sporting dual exhausts. It's the property of one R. T., an otherwise distinguished sophomore who delights in "participating in contests of speed and acceleration" (drag racing, that is). Aside from the impressionable tone of glass packed mufflers I'm not sure of the car's potential, but knowing Roger, all I can say is— Jaguars, look out! Unsung, hero: Dick Jennings has been constructing some beautiful appliances for the oro-facial clinic. I think his interest and endeavors in this work certainly are noteworthy and deserve some recognition as a real service to the patients of this department.
Nu Sigma Nu [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Nu Sigma Nu By REX McALPIN At old Nu Sig things are really in a mess. One month ago, redecoration of the house was started and it is still proceeding. Contrary to popular belief, the hardest part of the job is separating the brothers from their beds. Fortunately, the house seems to get cleaned up by itself (gremlins?). Bob Mayo was elected fraternity president for next year. Helping will be Mary Beil as veep and Bob Griffith as house manager. Saturday, April 27, was the occasion of a party given at the house by the Stanford Nu Sigs. Although the physical damage was negligible, everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. That night also marked the return of our picture of the "oxytoxic principle" rescued by brave hands from the Stanford AKK house. Initiation of new pledges took place Saturday, May 4th. The evening initiation banquet was honored by Dr. Henry Brainerd as principle speaker and Dr. John Louizenheiser as Master of Ceremonies. The T.G.I.F. has not been held for several weeks due ...