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President Elect Clark Kerr Visits Campus [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 April 1958
President Elect Clark Kerr Visits Campus Last Monday, president elect Clark Kerr met with the representatives of the student body in an effore to become better aquainted with their problems and activities. Many issues were discussed and many questions asked — among them; Can the medical center ever look forward to a gradua- tion ceremony of its own? Dr. Kerr said that he would be happy to discuss and assist in the formulation of a workable arrangement in this regard. He feels that graduation should be a more intimate experience than that which is currently available at Berkeley. To the question what will become of Cal Club under his administration he replied, "I feel that Ca) Club definitely has a place and should be retained, but with certain changes." These changes were primarily in two areas. (1) membership—he feels that membership should be more representative rather than on a personal ■ basis. Also he wants the orgarii- .. zation to have more business, em- . phasis. He would li...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 April 1958
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 April 1958
The touring Woodwind Quintet from the University of California, Santa Barbara College, will appear on the three northern UC campuses in a varied progrma of 18th Century and contemporary works. The members of the ensemble, from left, Cleora Lelst, flute; Wendell Norman, bassoon; Peter Samuel won, French horn; Clayton Wilson, oboe, associate professor of music and director of the quintet; and Norman Miller, clarinet.
Noon Concerts [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 April 1958
Noon Concerts The Medical Center, for the first time will share cultural attractions through the Intercampus Adults Exchange program of the Statewide University of California with the noon concert program of April 15. The woodwind Quintet from the University of California at Santa Barbara will play works of Mozart, Ibert, and Hindemith. The director of the ensemble is Clayton Wilson, associate professor of music, who will perform as oboist, Wilson has concert ized widely as an oboe soloist, including guest performances with the famed Griller Quartet and the Paganini Quartet. Other members of the group are Cleora Leist, flutist, an honor student at UC, Santa Barbara; Norman Miller, clarinetist, a graduate student at Santa Barbara; Peter Samuelson, a scholarship student on French horn, and Wendell Norman, bassoonist, guest artist. The four men in the group also NEW ECOLOGY SERIES On April 16th, Robert F. Murphy, Assistant Professor of Anatomy at the University of California will addre...
Esperanto and Medicine [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 April 1958
Esperanto and Medicine By EDWIN JAMES Seventy years ago in Warsaw Dr. Ludwig Zamenhof made his contribution to language and communications, called it "Esperanto." Dr. Zamenhoff, a Polish ophthalmologist, grew up in a community where Polish, Russian, Latvian and Yiddish were everyday languages, and he was sensitive to the everyday friction, misunderstand- ■ Ing and prejudice resulting therefrom. Firmly believing in the sanctity and worth of national tongues and national cultures, he pursued the international language idea as a neutral solution to the problem of intercommunication. Facile with languages in high school, he broadened his background with Hebrew, Greek and Latin, while acquainting himself—then and later—with the, grammar and syntax of his day: German, French, English. He tried mathematical codes and alphabet keys—they couldn't substitute for language. Convinced that no existing tongue would ever be accepted as a universal auxiliary—even if simplified—he applied himself to...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 April 1958
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DENTAL SCHOOL DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT-SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
DENTAL SCHOOL DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT-SATURDAY fs Spring again, and tomorevening from nine to one School of Dentistry will be celebrating their annual Spring Formal. The setting for "Fantasia" will be the Corte Madera Lions Club. This year continuous music will be provided by the popular Ray Hackett and his twelve piece orchestra with vocalist Bob Calhan. Ray Hackett is best known for his frequent appearances at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley. The biggest and best Spring Formal buffet supper will be served to the dental students beginning at 10:30. Bids are available from class representatives for the unbelievably low cost of $0.00. We are hoping to see everyone there to join in the fun. Faculty invited to attend at no cost.
MEDICAL EDUCATION WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
MEDICAL EDUCATION WEEK A call for public recognition and support of the nation's medical schools has been issued by Gqyernor Goodwin J. Knight. In proclaiming this week as Medical Education Week, the Governor observed: "Medical education is our first line o defense, a fleeting the health and well-being of every American. Our nation's . . . medical schools are the nucleus of the country's health structure — pKfe ducing physicians to provide medical care for our families, doctprs to staff our hospitals and maintain our widespread private and public health agencies, and medical researchers to. develop therapy and new operative techniques." The annual observance.is sponsored ' locally by the San Francisco Medical Society and the University of California and Stanford University Schools of Medicine. Nationally, it is an activity of the American Medical Association, the Association of American Medical Colleges and the National Fund for Medical Education. The story of the medical student's ...
Pharmacy School Hosts Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
Pharmacy School Hosts Meeting Faculty and students of the School of Pharmacy hosted the April meeting of the Northern California Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. Cocktails and entertainment, sponsored by the Kappa Psi and Phi Delta Chi fraternities, preceded a delicious Italian dinner served in the Golden Gate room of Moffitt Hospital. Following dinner, the group enjoyed a student-planned program, which included Bob Day's presentation of slides and stories of the annual senior tour of the midwestem drug manufacturing companies, and a discussion of the pros and cons of the present pharmacy school curriculum, debated by Ron Feldman and Ted Baehman. Faculty, students, practicing pharmacists, and guests ended the evening in a heated but jovial discussion of the problems of students and neophytes in pharmacy.
Medical School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
Medical School Picnic When g Sunday, May 4, 1958—11-5 p.m. Where Thomas J. Roberts Regional Park Recreational Area in the Oakland Hills, approximately 45 minutes from the San Francisco side of the Bay Bridge. Who School of Medicine Students, faculty, alumni, house staff, nurses, laboratory technicians, secretaries, and their families and friends. What to do Student faculty baseball game, volley ball, swimming (25c and 50c), children's playground, picnic games with prizes. Refreshments Beer, cokes, milk, ice cream. Bring your own lunch. How much Faculty and Alumni, $1.50; others, 50c; children under 5, free. How Senior Medical Students have tickets. ENTRANCE ON SKYUNE BLVD
Pharmacy Student Wins Award [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
Pharmacy Student Wins Award ■ ■ * Maurice Elario, fourth-year student in the College of Pnarmacy, has been selected as Mr. Newmanite of 1958 for his outstanding work in the Newman Club. He was chosen at the recent annual convention of the Central Pacific Province of the National Newman Club Confederation as a result of student judging of written reports submitted by the member clubs. Mr. Elario Is past president of the UCMC Newman Club and is now serving as first vice president of this province, which includes clubs in Northern California and Nevada. The Medical Center organiza- tion, chaplained by Father Bernard J. Moran, received further recognition by tying for second place for the achievement award, presented to the outstanding club of the province. The competitive reports submitted in the Mr. Newmanite and achievement award contests were written by Mary Lou Stogden and Walt Arkush. Other members present at the convention included president Dick Penna, Vince Blake, Al Addison, D...
RUMMAGE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
RUMMAGE SALE The rummage sale is drawing near and more and more articles are coming in all the time. The nursing dorm basement and the University's 727 houses' basements are beginning to resemble bargain centers'where one can find almost anything he may need. In fact, there is even a bed. We would like to extend our gratitude here and now to the anonymous donors. It Is by far one of our choicest pieces—a true antique! We have so many interesting pieces that we have already had some prospective buyers. The group in charge of the sale have decided that for the convenience of a few who wish to purchase articles at this time the items can be bought on a cash and carry basis. This will be done in a small manner and those persons will be notified. The bulk of the merchandise will be sold on May 9th between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., at Patrick's Rummage Center on 999 McAllister Street. This will allow a full day of organized buying to those who feel that what we have is what they need! Left to ri...
Dr. Karl F. Meyer Honored [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
Dr. Karl F. Meyer Honored By JIM LIEBERMAN The University of California honored Dr. Karl F. Meyer last month with the presentation of the Doctor of Laws degree, recognizing his contributions to public health through his scientific and social awareness and effectiveness. Dr. Meyer's major interest has been infectious diseases, especially those transmitted from animals to man, and he is world-renowned for his work on the epidemiology and control of plague, psittacosis and western equine encephalitis, as well as botulism, anthrax, brucellosis, rabies, and other viral encephalitides. Dr. Meyer, 74, commands a busy-looking desk in a quiet, book-lined room on the third floor of the Hooper Foundation for Medical Research, of which he "Preventive medirine dreams of a time when there shall be enough for all. and every man shall bear his share of labor in accordance with his ability, and every man shall possess sufficient for the needs of his body and the demands of health. 9 These things he ...
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
The SYNAPSE San Francisco 22. California MOntrose 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morrle Corbett, Ajsoe. Ed. Dentistry June Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Joanne Lilley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy Uosslp Columnists, Jack Hockel, Robert Neumayr; Posters end Cartoons, Medical Illustration, Marshall Turner; Sports Kdltor, Mils Fukumura; Photographer, Jack Hockel: tteporters. Sue Thomas, Peg Steller, Nancy Jamison, Pearl Scale, Eva Lee Heldel. Barbara Hell, Gall Drummond. Secretary. Jackie Both. Published biweekly dunnß tne academic year by the Associated Students, U. C Medical Center. Subscription price $2 00 per year by mall. U. C. MEDICAL CENTER
EDITORIAL AN OPEN LETTER TO THE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES ON THE MILLBERRY BOARD OF GOVERNORS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
EDITORIAL AN OPEN LETTER TO THE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES ON THE MILLBERRY BOARD OF GOVERNORS During the fall of 1956 and all last year the student government, the faculty, the alumni and the University worded and reworded, changed and rechanged the Millberry Union Constitution in order that all groups concerned would have adequate representation. This constitution was finally approved by all and a Board of Governors was formed. The individual groups, who were authorized to send representatives either elected or appointed the required number of members from their own group. The Board has met four times to date. Thus far the student representatives have maintained a very poor record of attendance. There are 19 members on the board who may vote — namely 4 alumni, 4 faculty, the Dean of Students and 10 students. It is obvious that the Constitution allowed for a student majority which means that any decisions made by the board are essentially in agreement with the feelings of the student ...