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Dental Alumni Meet Features Top Speakers [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
Dental Alumni Meet Features Top Speakers President Elect Dr. Tom Wu has done an excellent job in planning the Annual Meeting of the Dental Alumni Association Jan. 25 and 26. He has reached far afield to select the headliner, Dr. Nygaard Ostby, Chief of the Institute of Oslo. His subject will deal with the dental pulp: reactions, response to trauma, and apical periodontitis. The subject should be of great interest, as it has not been discussed for quite awhile. Dr. Robert E. Moyer, Professor of Orthodontics at the University of Michigan, will discuss orthodontic problems for the general practitioner as well as for the orthodontist. Then, California State Dental Association President, Dr. Lyall Bishop, will speak on Oral Surgery in the General practical approach. Dr. Ed Street, assisted by Dr. Al Schuchard will evaluate the various high speed technics. Dr. Stan Lorencki has a whole day of films for the Audio-Visual section. Dr. Seymour Farber, will moderate a panel on "Emergencies in ...
Atlantic Committee Names Dr. Sproul as New Member [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
Atlantic Committee Names Dr. Sproul as New Member A prominent Californian, Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul, former president of the University of California, is among the 9 new members of the National Council of the Atlantic Union Committee announced today by the Committee's president, Elmo Roper. The others are Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Pastor of the Marble Collegiate Church of New York City, wellknown author and columnist; Dr. Phillip Randall Giles, General Superintendent, Universalist Church of America; Mr. Andrew G. Haley, President, International Astronautical Federation; Bishop Rueben H. Mueller, Vice-Presi-dent, National Council of Churches; Mrs. Harry A. Wansker, President, Boston Regional Conference on NATO Affairs, Inc.; Rev. John Paul Pack, President, International Convention of Christian Churches; Dr. Seth C. Eastvold, President, Pacific Luth- eran College; and Mr. Ernest Henderson, President of the Sheraton Corporation of America and the World Trade Center. Local Members Other...
Education Conference Attracts Nationally Known Persons [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
Education Conference Attracts Nationally Known Persons The largest and most comprehensive conference ever to be held on exchange-of-persons will be sponsored by the Institute of International Education next January 28-31 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. Top-ranking figures in government, international affairs, education, industry and the arts will take part in panel discussions centering on every area and aspect of exchange between the United States and the rest of the world. Heading the list of distinguished participants are Vice-Presi-dent Richard M. Nixon, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Senator J. William Fulbright, former Ambassador Chester Bowles, Edward R. Murrow, Metropolitan Opera star Blanche Thebom, Senator Karl E. Mundt, ANTA Board Chairman Robert Dowling, New York Times editorial writer Herbert L. Matthews, President Dean Rusk of the Rockefeller Foundation, and President George Shuster of Hunter College. In announcing the Conference, HE President Kenneth Holland said:...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-0210 Woody Geller, Editor Ernie Rossi, Managing Editor Jackie Roth, Secretary Ted Nakata, Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Yasin Balbaky, Assoc. Editor, Medicine Li!a 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, Leo Tarantino. Roger Tennyson, Mac Takahaihl, Linda Shore, Mickey Kaneciaru, ami Shannon Womj; Sports Editor, Hirb Miyahara. Published biweekly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mail.
From the Desk of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
From the Desk of The Union Director Since the December 18 issue of The Synapse, a number of important things have transpired in relation to the Millbery Union which I would like to call to your attention at this time: Revised Food Service Hours: As everyone is surely aware, a radical change has been made in the operating hours of the Union Food Service Department; viz.. except for special catered events, food is being served only between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. On the one hand, it is unfortunate that until further notice we will not be able to otter early morning breakfast or snack service, or fountain service alter the dinner hour. On the other hand, Ihe new changes were dictated by simple economic necessity, i.e., before 10:00 in the morning and after 7:00 in the evening, our operating costs have exceeded our income to a considerable degree. It should be pointed out that we are considering a "stop and go" type of service on certain evenings after movies, etc., and we...
Notes From the Recreation Supervisor [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
Notes From the Recreation Supervisor Program: The Fall Intramural and Athletic Program turned out to be quite successful. Realizing the constant academic pressure on both students and faculty members, I must congratulate you for finding and taking time to participate so enthusiastically. I hope the enthusiasm will continue to grow. The results of both league and tournament play are now posted at the Athletic Control Desk. If results can tell us anything about the future, then I predict that the future looks "real good." Competition will rise; activities and participation will increase. I commend the team managers for their efforts in helping to hold the participation at a high level. Come and see us: Are you ready for some real relaxation after a hard day of studying? Are there times when you would love to take a relaxing study break and get away from it all? We have the facility for you! Located on the lower floor of our Union Building is a pleasantly warm, always inviting, and bea...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
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SPORTS NOTES ON THE UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
SPORTS NOTES ON THE UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT SKI CLUB: Ski enthusiasts gathered January 7, 1959 to form the Guy S. Millberry Union Ski Club. The purpose of this club being to organize ski trips for the coming winter months. The A.S.U.C. Ski Lodge, at Norden, California, is the destination of the "beginner," "snowbunny" and advanced skiers. February 13th, 14th, and 15th will be the first scheduled trip with another to follow February 27th, 28th and March Ist. Dr. Albert Trucker was selected to oversee the plans for the second meeting on February 9th. A chairman from each of three committees will be chosen to work with Dr. Tucker, the committees beings Trip Planning, Instruction Planning, and Social Planning. "Ski Novice," "Sun Valley Chass," and "Ski Techniques for the 19505" were movies shown at the first meeting. Movies will also be shown at future meetings, and dry land instruction will also be given. a When the club reaches the snow, they will receive instruction from Jack Cle...
Guy S. Millberry Union Sports League Standings [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
Guy S. Millberry Union Sports League Standings TABLE TENNIS RESULTS ' Winner: Roger Ron. Second: Puahkar Kaul. SQUASH TOURNAMENT RKSULTM Wlnnere: Roger Klsner and Morton Roth•teln. • DISTANCE SWIM RESULTS Independent*—Total: 100 miles. Trucker, 21 miles; Walike, 10 miles; Riebe, IS miles. SharV* —Total: 63.9 miles. Anderson, 18 miles; Hays, 14 miles; Manson, 11 miles, Beamewae —Total, 21.5 miles. Dr. Ooyan, 6 miles; Bud Alexander, 5.S miles; Hershman, 4 miles. Team — Wins Losses Lett 1. Senior Dental Hygiene . . 7 2 2 &gt;. 3rd Tear Nursing 7 2 2 I. Junior Nursing #1 7 2 2 r. Pharmacy 7 2 2 I. let Yr. Nursing #1 4 3 2 I. Physical Therapy 3 4 2 '. Mlllberry Staff O 7 2 I. Terry's Pirates 0 7 2 I. 1st Tr. Nursing #2 0 7 2 VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS Name— Wins Los's F*t's Left U XI Psl Phi 6 0 0 1 t. Kappa Psl 5 1 0 1 I. Psl Omega 3 3 0 1 I. Oeneral Services .. 2 3 1 1 I. County Hospital .. 2 1 3 1 1. Nu Sigma Nu 1 3 2 1 r. Phi Delta Chi 3 2 3 0 Independent LeMrue Games Name — Wins L...
V.F.W. WIN OVER U.C.M.C. CAGERS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
V.F.W. WIN OVER U.C.M.C. CAGERS The Veterans of Foreign Wars proved also to be veterans of the basketball court when they downed the newly organized Medical Center team 67-61 Monday night in the Steninger Gymnasium. Led by Ron Marenda'sr~23 points, the Medical Center/lost their maiden league game, after being formed only three weeks ago. The team is competing in the Class "A" Division of the San Francisco Recreation Department League. Marenda was given help on the scoring end of the game by 15 points from Duke Lewis and Hap Stallman's 11 points. With five minutes remaining in the game the Medical Center held a three-point lead only to see this dwindle to nothing as the Veterans of Foreign Wars sank three well-timed tip-ins. Gregory and Stont were the men in the right places for these tip-ins while Geister contributed 17 points to become high scorer for the winners. , The remaining games will be played against Hunter's Point, Post Office, Players' Club, and the Fire Department. Janua...
SPRING INTRAMURAL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
SPRING INTRAMURAL SPORTS The intramural sports program for the Spring Semester will be as follows: Volleyball: (2 man) Because of the interest expressed by several persons desiring competition in two-man volleyball, a session is scheduled to start the week of February 16, 1959. Team entry deadline is set for January 30th. Entry fee is 50 cents per team. Volleyball (Men) An open volleyball league is scheduled to start the week of February 16. Team entries will be on a school, class or fraternity basis. Only eight team entries will be allowed. Entry deadline is set for January 30th. Entry fee is $1.50 per team. Basketball: (Men) The Spring open basketball league is scheduled to start on February 25th and will run through May 20th. Team entries will be on a school, class or fraternity basis. Participants may play on one team only. Entry deadline is set for February 18th. Entry is $2.50 per team. Badminton: (Men's singles) Tournament is scheduled to begin March 3rd. Entry deadline is se...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
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Pharmacology Conference [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
Pharmacology Conference On January 25, 26 and 27, 1959, the University ol California School of Medicine and Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute will present a conference entitled: A PHARMACOLOGIC APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF THE MIND. The selection of the faculty for this unusual course represents a multi-disciplinary approach to a major medical area. The participants in .the program, whether general practitioners, Psychiatrists, or basic medical scientists, will be sharing in an interplay of knowledge and abilities rarely experienced in postgraduate medicine. The course entails a much broadsr approach to the subject than the usual discussion of drug effects. It is hoped that participants will help in bridging' the gap between pharmacology and the study of the mind, by drawing upon such broad divisions of our knowledge as biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, psychiatry, and psychology. In so ding, they will bring into ' critical focus the questions which must be answer...