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Delta Doings [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Delta Doings by MORREY CORBETT The shades are just about ready to be pulled for the summer at the Delta house. What a year this has been! We also opened our new California Room for monthly TGIF parties this year and it proved to be a tremendous success. You'll see more of it next year, too. The rest of the first semester was touched off with the annual Pledge Party, and the Halloween Party— and, of course, the Medical Center Christmas Formal. The second semester started off big and it promises to end in a similar manner. We jumped right into the swing of things with the Pajama Party and the Champagne Party. Still hanging on, the Delts turned full force to elect Tom Basta as King Bacchus at the Bacchus Medicalis held in the Richelieu Hotel. It was .the first time a Delt was crowned King Bacchus—this was the eighth consecutive year. We are now all looking forward to the famous South Seas Party, which is given in honor of the graduating Delta seniors. "It ought to be great," says the p...
Senior Hygienist's Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Senior Hygienist's Gossip by GAIL GAVALLER With finals and the end of our course approaching a rapid end, the senior hygienist's greet this phase of our life with various feelings. There are those who say "thank goodness it'll soon be over," but there is more behind those words. In the past two years we have established memories of our classmates that will bring laughter and warmth when we recall the parties, gab-sessions, the usual gripes and all the other wonderful times we had had together. So, if you'll pardon the sentiment, good luck girls, it's been just great getting to know you. Fran Ricco surprised all of us by announcing her engagement to Andy Krotoski, a junior dental student. We didn't know Fran was so interested in her "special someone." Fran and Andy will be married August 17th. Congratulations to both of you. The summer iteinerary for Betty York and her roommate includes touring such states as Idaho and Washington. The girls are planning on camping and visiting relati...
ZIP News [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
ZIP News by ROGER KISNER Last Thursday, elections for the new school year were held at the ZIP House and Clyde Cowman was selected president. Bob Engman was elected vice-president, Jerry Yonder Ahe is the new house manager, Charlie Soderstrom is the new treasurer, and Roger Kisner is secretary. Ted Misener, the retiring president, handed over the gavel to the new president who is organizing the committees and jobs for the new semester. Yeh, it's spring again, and the boids are choipin', and some of the Brothers lost whatever sense they ever had and announced that BIG STEP. April 14th, Jim Starr announced his engagement to Pam Krueger of Palo Alto. Pam is a student at San Jose State. The date is June Bth. Also on the Bth, Pete Brewer will take that long walk with a local girl, Miss Barbara Briggs. Next day, over in Reno, Ray Ferrari will marry Dolly Montgomery. Russ McCallion announced his engagement last week to Irene Bramers, and he goes down the aisle on June 15th. And on June 16t...
PHARMACY SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
PHARMACY SCHOOL PICNIC By BURT PARSONS May first, a day celebrated internationally (May-day and all that sort of thing) found the classrooms of the School of Pharmacy void of all human life. It was the day which was set aside by the (hopefully) graduating seniors as their annual "sneak" day. Unhuman cries of released spirits rang through the Berkeley hills, and it is probable that the U. C. siesmographs had something to say about a location in Tilden Park called Camp Caves (near Lake Anza) as this was the spot to which . . . they sneaked. (phew!) Since this is a day held in honor of the graduating class, all the student body turned out to do whatever one does at a picnic. Seriously, various sports were featured once everyone got into the right frame of mind: Refreshments, football, softball, a championship underwater map folding contest, refreshments, volley-ball, tiddle winks for the more energetic (did I mention refreshments yet?) and no doubt other miscellaneous private goin's on...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
You and Yours are cordially invited to the 6th Annual Medical School Picnic Sunday, May 19, 11 A.M. on Activities Faculty-student baseball, which will begin promptly at high noon. Swimming, volley ball, faculty "games," outstanding entertainment with faculty participation. Nourishment Brm 9 your own lunch, but we will provide the ice cream, cokes, milk, and beer. Directions Easf from Walnut Crock on Ygnacio Valley Road — right on Walnut Aye.' to Oak Grove Road — right on Oak Grove for about 50 yards — then left on North Gate Road — reach Turtle Rock Ranch about J 5 minutes from this point. Ignore "North Gate Road Closed" signs. Cost Faculty - $1.50. Students, houge staff, wives, sweethearts, friends and children over five -50c. I TV / I//W- I TO ts TU*Tlt
Soph Meds Capture Title [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Soph Meds Capture Title By MITS FUKUMURA The Soph Meds, undefeated in eighteen games, have won the ASMC basketball league. They will be presented a trophy which the Zips had won last year. As of April 30, there were only two games left to be played in regular league competition. On May 7th the Soph Meds played the Phi Delts and the Zips played the Delts. Then on May 14th there will be the championship and consolation games. The highest scoring game of the year was played between the Soph Meds and the Delts. The score was 74 to 46, as the game was highly offensive with not much defense. Albo led the way totvictory with 30 points and his tremendous rebounding. Also helping him offense-wise were Hays with 16 points, Laughlin with 12 points, and Griffith with 8 points. The Delts offense was led by "Jump Shot" Chirm with 16 points while Hayes and Santos did a good job of, rebounding. Phi Delts came close to beating the Soph Meds, the score being 47 to 34. High scorer for the Phi Delts wa...
SUNNYDALE VOLLEYBALL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
SUNNYDALE VOLLEYBALL By BOB RUHE The Sunnydale recreation hall is the victim of volley ball every Thursday night, due td the unending efforts of a number of Cal. dental students. The rafters are quite low and afford the best defense known in the game; this factor has led to a maze of rules and keeps all newcomers in the dark for the better part of the evening. So far the hall is intact, but a few windows have quivered and several players have threatened to cut the rafters down. The group started early in-\jjje fall semester and has had as many as twenty players. Those among the regular players are Marvin Dearr, Harry Blyte, Bill Bace, Warren Davis, Floyd Koch, Jack Sadler, George Payne, Dan Sullivan, Don Erb, Bear Claw Horrell and Bob Ruhe.
Golf Tourney CALDWELL COPS CUP [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Golf Tourney CALDWELL COPS CUP By FRED SOARES Qualifying at Harding Park and playing his last two rounds at . Sharps Park, Charlie Caldwell ended up low man in the championship Flite. Jerry Jensen captured the honors in the First Flite. The Second Flite winner was .Dr. Giles, who is on the Oral Path** ology staff. The winner of the Third Flite was Jerry Yonder Ahe. All the Flite Winners were presented trophies donated by Roos Bros. Store. The scores were: Caldwell - 84, Harding Park; 91 and 88, Sharps Park; Jensen - 87, Harding Park; 79 Lincoln Park; 87, Lincoln Park; ' Dr. Giles - 93, 89, 84 Lincoln Park; Yonder Ahe - 99, 87, Lincoln Park; 92, Harding Park. '
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
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SPECIAL ORIENTATION EDITION WELCOME, NEW STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
SPECIAL ORIENTATION EDITION WELCOME, NEW STUDENTS By Donald Holsten, President, ASUCMC Let me first welcome you to the San Francisco Campus of the University of California. This edition has been prepared as an aid to you by your fellow students at the Medical' Center. We hope it will serve as an introduction to the campus, its facilities and its activities, which are available to all of you. On the following pages you will find the messages of Sandie Cadwallader from Nursing, Jim Liberman from Medicine, Dick Jennings from Dentistry, Dr. Herbert Johnstone and Dr. George Steininger. In addition there are notes on available housing, student organizations, and a directory of the campus. The student body of the Medical Center is called the Associated Students of the University of California Medical Center— ASUCMC. The purpose of the ASUCMC is to help realize an important Medical Center goal— creating a bond among all students in the health sciences, so that with this bond each individual...
Welcome Alumni [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
Welcome Alumni Last spring Synapse made its appearance on the Medical Center scene. It was produced then as a monthly while we were organizing and arranging the background of material and facilities necessary for the production of a newspiper of this kind. During the summer many of our problems have been ironed out, making it possible to produce a paper every two weeks during the next academic year. There will be fourteen issues in all. Seven each semester. The paper at present has a campus circulation of 3.800. As Synapse plans to also Include much information interesting to grads as well as campus students and staff we have investigated the problems and possibilities of placing you, the graduates of the Medical Center, on our mailing list. We have received enthusiastic cooperation from your alumni officers who see Synapse as an excellent way to supplement your quarterly bulletin with current announcements. We feel that your participation in the paper will keep you informed of Medi...