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Children's Christmas Party Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Children's Christmas Party Thursday An all-school children's Christmas party, sponsored by the Millberry Union Activities Committee will be held at the Millberry Union on Thursday evening, Dec. 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. Included on the program will be games, movies, caroling, and entertainment. To top off the evening, Santa Claus will be there to present gifts to all the kiddies. All children of students, faculty members and aiumni are invited to attend.
Dentists Elect Dr. Gordon Agnew [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Dentists Elect Dr. Gordon Agnew Dr. Gordon Agnew of the School of Dentistry was named presidentelect of the International College of Dentists at the annual convention of the American Dental Association in Dallas, Texas. In other elections, Dr. Gordon M. Fitzgerald of San Francisco was named president of the American Academy of Oral Roentgenology; Dr. D. Roy Grant of San Francisco was intalled as third vice president of the American Association of Dental Examiners, and Dr. Joseph P. Osterloh of San Francisco was re-elected treasurer of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. Dr. Sidney Epstein of San Francisco was elected secretary-treas-urer of the American Association of Dental Editors. At still another meeting, faculty members of the University of California School of Dentistry were among 167 men named to fellowship in the American College of Dentists. They are Drs. Russell D. Coleman, James A. McDowell, Nguyen Thanh Hguyen, Carl P. Regli, George E. Steninger and Eugene E. ...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22. California MOnrros* 1-0210 Woody Geller, Editor Ernie Rossi, Managing Editor Jackie Roth, Secretary Ted Nakata, Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Yasin Balbaky, Assoc. Editor, Medicine Lila Redlich, Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Trixie McHarg, Assoc. Editor, Nursing Posters and Cartoons. Medical Illustration. Marsh Turner and Bob Wong; Photographer, Ted Nakata- Reporters: Roger Kisner. Lea Tarantino. Roger Tennyson, Mac Takahashi, Linda Shore, Mickey Kane.naru, and Shannon Wong; SiiJrts Editor, Hiro Miyahara. Published biweekly during the academic year by the Associated Students. U.C. Medical Center. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mail.
EDITORIAL FRESHMEN [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
EDITORIAL FRESHMEN Some claim it first occurred in Greece. Others insist Rome was the place. Gaul, India, and ever far off China' have their supporters. But they are all wrong and I am going to set the record straight. It happened in Egypt only 2002 years ago. Liberals, as is their habit, try to give the credit to several countries. Traditionalists believe it occurred much earlier. Reactionaries claim it never happened, and the communists not only agree that it happened but will prove that they were the first to invent it. But they are all wrong. It all started with that fairest of all monarchs, daughter of the divine Ra, life spirit of the Nile, the immortal Cleopatra. It seems old Julius was growing bald. Or perhaps he was becoming too obese. History does not exactly specify. In any case, Cleo became disgruntled, turned to her servant, the fleet footed Pheidippides, and bade him run around the corner and fetch her a fresh man. Thus, all evidence to the contrary, Mark Anthony becam...
From the Desk of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
From the Desk of The Union Director This being the last issue of the campus newspaper for some time, I'd like to take advantage of the opportunity and bring several matters to the attention of all Union Members: Brown Bag Lunches: As you already know, the Millberry Union has no restrictions pertaining to brown bag lunches in the building. Contrarily, we are pleased to provide space in our cafeteria for those bringing lunch from home. Lately, however, some brown baggers have eaten their meal in sev eral of the first floor areas, viz., the Main Lounge and Music Room. Since we are trying to op crate with a minimum of "House Rules" it is hoped that in the future all food and beverages be consumed strictly in the cafeteriafountain areas. Christmas Hours of Operations: A complete set of these hours may be found in another section of this issue and are posted throughout the Union. Questions concerning the schedule may be directed to our office, extension 721. Film Program: Our first cinema...
LEUENSHVIRISSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
LEUENSHVIRISSE "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet," are the exact words Miss Juliet Capulet used in damning the Dental profession. Diverted by her charm, beguiled by her apparent innocence, deceived by her youth, admirers have accepted her remarks without question for so long that the aforesaid soliloquy has become an apriori truth. Of course the statement is false. A name is everything and a rose, if it were called a chrysanthemum wouldn't smell nearly as sweet How could it if you can't pronounce it? It is about time for dentistry to realize the importance of a name. Branded DENTIST by some malicious malapropian latin semasiologist years ago, the profession, perhaps under the influence of Miss Capulet, has tenaciously clung to the word, blindly ignoring the unfavorable connotations associated with it. A perfect example of the harm the word is doing is found in William Saroyan's play "The Time Of Their Lives." In it a woman turns to a...
Dr. Crede Featured On Television [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Dr. Crede Featured On Television A special television report on medicine as a career was presented on Station KQED, Channel 3, at 8:30 p.m. Thurs., December LI. \ Viewers saw future physicians learning their profession in the laboratories, clinics and hospital wards of the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco.. Guests on the program were Dr. Robert H. Crede, assistant dean of the U.C. School of Medicine, and two medical students who will receive their M.D. degrees next June: Dale Tipton, medical student body president, and Chad Calland, senior class president. They discussed such questions as these: What sort of young man or woman makes a good doctor? What preparation should high school and college students take if they are considering medicine as a career? How hard-is it to get into medical school? Do you really have to be a straight-A student? What are the satisfactions — and the disadvantages — in studying and practicing medicine? What are some of the varied typ...
NEWMAN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
NEWMAN CLUB Newman Club's Annual Christmas Party will be held this year at the Kappa Psi Fraternity on Thursday evening, December 18. Festivities, including Christmas Cheer and other refreshments will begin at 8 p.m. Under the able direction of Ed Delia Maggiora, Linda Nicolaides, Beth Maas, Emmy Donnelly and Bill Adams the party is sure to be a success. So remember the date, Thursday evening, December 18, at 8 p.m. at the Kappa Psi Fraternity. * * * Newman's first meeting of the new year will be held on Wednesday evening, January 7, at 8 p.m. at St. Anne's Parish Library, Funston and Judah. The topic of discussion will be "Marriage and the Family." This will be a panel discussion in which Father Thomas J. Bowe J.C.D. of the Archdiocesan Marriage Tribunal will present the Church's view and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nevin, parents of seven children, will present the layman's view on marriage and the family. Walter Arkush, an active Newman Club member, will act as moderator. All Catholic an...
Millions Available National Foundation Health Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Millions Available National Foundation Health Scholarships The National Foundation, in an unprecedented effort to help overcome the critical shortages of personnel in the health field, has announced a multimillion dollar scholarship program designed to. assist students of medicine, nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and medical social work. This will be a first step in its new expanded program. The present scholarship and fellowship program will be continued but modified and expanded where necessary. This program over the years has added over 7,600 especially trained people to tho*e prepared to work in research and patient care. The new Health Scholarship Program will encourage a younger age group to select a career in one of the professions at a time when they are looking to their future full of idealism and the desire to be of service in the world. Shortages in the health field are not new to members of the health professions, but because shortages have Increased the...
Council News [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Council News At the Campus Council meeting, held November 11, discussion was long and hot. It seems that the University of California has forgotten one of its eight campuses—the one located in San Francisco. At the All-University weekend held on the Berkeley campus, the Medical Center was the only one of the eight university campuses that received no mention, and «no recognition. It was decided that the ASUCMC should work to strengthen relations with the ASUC at Berkeley and that our campus council should notify the mother campus of its omission by means of a kindly letter to the editor of the Daily Californian. CAMPUS SEAL Plans, are underway for a contest, sponsored by the ASUCMC, to design a seal to represent the U.C. Medical Center. Any student on campus will be eligible to enter this contest, which will be held sometime in the near future. The seal must equally represent each of the four main schools on this campus, and must be a suitable design for stationary, decals, etc. NOO...
Christmas Vacation Hours of Operation Of the Union [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Christmas Vacation Hours of Operation Of the Union During the Christmas Holidays, the Union will follow a slightly varied schedule from the usual. On the Saturdays and Sundays which fall between December 20 and January 4, the Offices will be closed, as will the Book Store and Canteen. The Athletics and Games will be open from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., and so will the fountain. On weekdays, excepting Christmas and New Years Eve (Wednesday), the Offices and Bookstore will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Athletics and Games and the Fountain will be open from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and the Canteen will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. On Christmas and New Years Eves, the Athletics and Games, the Book store, and the Fountain will close at 4:00 p.m.; the Canteen will close at 3:00 p.m.; but the Offices will remain open until 5:00 p.m. All facilities will be closed on Thursday and Friday, December 25 and 26, and also on January 1 and 2. This schedule is subject to partial or...
Pharmacy (?) Class (?) Party! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Pharmacy (?) Class (?) Party! GLEN CURETON Sounds interesting? It was. The star-studded crowd In attendance was entertained — and entertained — to the apparent satisfaction of everyone despite the absence of Anita Eckberg and her belly-dancing rival However, the atmosphere of the first year Pharmacy class party was flavored by the presence of a mystery date for class advisor, Dr. Frank Goyan. A relatively unknown actress was thrilled to accompany the amiable professor to the party Thursday, Nov. 13, at the Kappa Psi fraternity house. Incidentally, Joan Lilley looks very well in gray hair, high heels, and a slinky black dress. Rumors had it that Mac Fong, another celebrity, was going to wear a leotard to the class party. All evidence available at the present indicates that Mac did not wear a leotard. She was not available for comment at press time. Other persons of prominence in attendance were Dr. Roger Ketcham and Calvin Lee, both of Organic Chemistry fame — of one type or another....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
ICktUtw* Patty! 1 SCHOOL OF PHARMACY | CAFETERIA, STUDENT UNION 1 THURSDAY, DEC. 18 | 3:30-6:00 P.M. | Entertainment! h Refreshments! ynf h Group Singing! i Refreshments! .| Agpr Entertainment! | ADMISSION: a gift of a toy (value to $1.00) j? or $1.00 in cash -tik Gifts to be purchased and gift wrapped by the ?y Pharmacy Wives Club and to be distributed to pt the Children of the Youth Guidance Center of SF. -M Arrangements by Applegate fff j Everyone at I I The U. C. Medical Center j reads the Synapse I
Open For Summer Jobs In Europe [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Open For Summer Jobs In Europe Job opportunities in Europe this summer .. . Want to work this summer on a German farm in Bavaria, at a resort in Sweden, on the French seacoast looking after children, on construction in the Rhineland, on reforestation in the mountains, or in the fishing ' industry of Norway? Well, these and many other jobs in Italy, Spain, England, and Switzerland ai;e open by the consent of the governments of these countries to American university students coming to Europe the summer of 1959. Last year, the first group of American students made their way across the Atlantic to take part in the actual life of the people of these countries. The success of this project last summer has caused a great deal of enthusiastic interest and support boh in America and Europe. This year, the program has been expanded to include many more students and jobs. Ameri-can-European Student Foundation (a non-profit organization) is offering these jobs to students for Germany, Scandinavi...