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THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Fracisco 22, California MOnrrose 1-4444 Woody Geller, Editor Ernie Rossi, Managing Editor Jackie Roth, Secreta/y Ted Nalcata, Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Yasin Balbaky, Assoc. Editor, Medicine Lila Rodl'ich, Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Trixie McHarg, Assoc. Editor, Nursing Posters and Cartowis, Medical Illustration, Marsh Turner and Bob Wono; Photographer, Ted Nakata; Reporters: Roger Kisner, Leo Tarantmo, Roger Tennyson, Mac Takahashi, Linda Shore, Mickey Kanemarj, and Shannon W.ng; Sports Editor, Hiro Miyahara. Published biweekly during the academic year by, the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center. Subscnptiun price $2.00 per year by mail.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
From the Desk of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

From the Desk of The Union Director Coming Films: The Union Film Committee resumed its! schedule last Friday, and will be offering "My Six Convicts" m April 17 and "Mr. Roberts" on April 24. Given the touch :/)[" the master producer Stanley Kramer, "My Six Convicts" is a warm, ljuman interest story, and an interesting variation Irnm the cuMunuuy K ram or prof dttrtnm Also on the playbill for h<* 17th is a shott entitled, "G, 1 let nan I Shaw/' which offers |as< mating glimpses of this great an(i inimitable man. The cartoon jfMtinc w iij 1"» Tom £ Jerry's "Mice Follies". Filmed after a highly successful stage play based on the original novel, "Mr. Roberts" is perhaps one of the most delightfully humorous films ever produced. (This feature will be presented in color, but not in cinemascope.) Hounding out the schedule on the 24th will be VV. C. Fields' "Hurry, Hurry," and a U.P.A. specialty, "Family Circus." Once again, films are presented in the Steninger Gymnasi...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Unhappy Reversal At Kappa PSI [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

Unhappy Reversal At Kappa PSI Formal initiation of pledges at Kappa Psi pharmacy fraternity, was i" be ai 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 12 or so the active membi rs thought. But the tallies were reversed and it was the actives who were gallantly initialed. Ii seems that the spirited pledge class, led by anti-active Rich Tarriero and pledge captain Peter Lao, united in secret meetings at 1303 Ith Avenu2 to caplure all the actives. The stalwart group arrived at the Kappa Psi house at (i:l."> p.m., an hour and 15 minutes early, and took over the house. First active on the list was House President Hank Din, who was chained to a post in the basement, and covered with Burma Shave. lie wasn't alone for long - he was joined by a group of three active-,, namely Reggie Carlan, Tall Boh Wise, and his little fat friend, Huss /.ielicll. These three were jumped by the "muscled door committee" consisting of Bob And Tscn, Bob Bennett. Rich Tarieco, Rod Trego, Jerry Davalos. Bud Harvey,...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
GREAT BOOKS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

GREAT BOOKS A Discussion Program for Adults Spring Great Books Discussion groups leader training courses begin throughout the Bay Area the week of April 13, announced James Sena, area representative of the Great Books Foundation. ' The sixty local Great Books Discussion groups are part of a national program of free liberal education through the reading and discussion of great books. Each group is sponsored by community organizations. Voluntary leaders function as moderators rather than teachers or subject matter authorities. All interested adults are invited to apply for this annual leader training, said Sena, who with Larry W. Ross, Jr., Foundation western region director, conduct the courses. Each course is six sessions over a six weeks period, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., as follows: Marin: Mondays beginning April 13, Jewish Community Center, 1618 Mission Avenue, San Rafael; East Bay: Tuesdays beginning April 14, Oakland Main Library, 14th and Oak Streets, Oakland. San Francisco: Wednesday...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Pharmacy Reunion Huge Success [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

Pharmacy Reunion Huge Success The first statewide Reunion of the newly-revived School of Pharmacy Alumni Association, held in the Guy S. Millberry Union on February 15, was a huge success. Three hundred alumni and wives participated in a three-part program which began with a smorgasbord lunch in the Steninger Gym and a chance to greet and chat with old friends. More than half a century of graduating classes were represented. In the second part of the meeting Dr. Frederick H. Meyers of the UC Department of Pharmacology spoke on New Drugs, with particular emphasis on drugs affecting human behavior. Guides and cautions for evaluating new drug products in this field were also presented to the group. Installation of the newly-elect-ed Board of Governors of the Association and the presentation of awards comprised the third part of the program. The President of the Association, Marc Laventurier, '51, introduced the members of the Board of Governors. They are: Lloyd G. Chelli, '57; Daniel P...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

PHARMACY STUDENTS reserve these dates for STUDENT BODY HOUR MONDAYS, 11 A.M. Auditorium April 20—Donald Doyle Lobbyist in Sacramento for the California Pharmaceutical Association APRIL 27— Pictures and program on the Senior trip to New York, 1959 May 4—Stereo Sound program by Ampex Two Sunday Afternoons Of Music April 26—Program of BACH CHAMBER MUSIC by members of the University of California String Orchestra —Sidney Sriller, Conductor Suite in B minor for Flute and Strings Concerto in A minor for Violin and Strings Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 With soloists: Austin Reller, Violin, r Dorothee Bonhoeffer, Flute, Stephen Bishop, Piano May 17—AN AFTERNOON OF JAZZ PIANO A brief survey by Philip Elwood, assisted by some of the outstanding jazz pianists, including Earl Hines and Wally Rose. An informal coffee hour will be held in the Lounge following each program.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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SPORTS From the Recreation Supervisor's Desk [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

SPORTS From the Recreation Supervisor's Desk Bowling Alleys There have been many questions asked regrading the bowling alleys to be installed in the new combined structure. We will attempt to answer these questions to the best of our ability as the situation stands at the present time. The Combined Structure Committee has recommended that eight bowling alleys be installed at the A level (directly above the parking garage structure), but that installation be delayed until there is a clear policy on the number of people who might be eligible to use this facility, and that more definite information be obtained regarding the funds available to meet installation costs. In other words, the Combined Structure Committee feels that the installation of bowling alleys in the combined structure is desirable. However, the decision to install should depend upon clarification of the finances involved in installation and operation. The stand which we have taken on this issue is that immediate insta...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
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Team Standings [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

Team Standings Women'! Badminton W I iurgess * j tamirez 3 ' >hlsen 2 3 abridge 2 i llemens 1 < tutt 0 < Two Han Volleyball (men) W I Vong * Rose 3 ( (nobel ft JackBon 3 C Ubo ft Laughlin 2 1 Vein ft Burton 2 S lays ft Anderson 2 i Jrewer ft McNeil 0 I itallman ft Quessenberry 0 * Men's Basketball W X »sl Omega 1 C freshman Had. 1 C J.C. House Btaff 1 C faculty 1 I {appa Psi 1 » C >ld Folks A.C 0 ( 1 lenlor Pharmacy 0 \ J lenlor Med 0 1 funding ft Grounds 0 1 tl Psi Phi 0 1 Team Volleyball (men) W I Pharmacy #1 4 J Sophomore Med 4 1 faculty 3 i Pharmacy #2 . 2 i Juiluing ft Grounds 2 t « Psi Phi 1 4 Men's Badminton W I 31ark 2 ( ctothman . . 2 C 3ralnard ............. ........ 0 2 ■jet fler 0 5 »atel , 0 C Distance Swim Pharmacy School 2117 laps Trego 430 lapi Avlla 488 lapi Dental School 1322 lapi Newell 714 lapi Sewell 268 lapi tfedlcal School 1321 lapi Leffler 905 lapi Wallke ■•;•' 253 lapi faculty 976 lapi Rube 522 lapi Jorgensen ........

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

Do You Think for Yourself ?( HERE^\%J?z mv -) X^&si£\ < s\ 1. Can you honestly say that you've made 1 I NO | I 5. Would you be at all hesitant to rent VES | I NO |~l lllslll* Wr\ an efr ° rL t0 understand modern art? I I I I f fMM M Ugh a desirable apartment where the | 1 | 1 4sM I ffl LnW previous occupants had died under >— - mysterious circumstances? 2. If you were to break a New Year's I If I -vfx • , . r—i resolution, would you renew it | | | | (TV 6. If you were walking to town in a YES NO| i on the spot rather than wait hurry, would you be unwilling to I—l L_J until next year? accept a ride in a garbage truck? s#s&'-*- * 7 - Would you be reluctant to participate yes[ INO I j 3. Would you be unwilling to play a yesl I Nbl I /'Ty2lo«jjl@ in an important medical experiment I—l I—l single game of "Russian Roulette" I 1 I I PMr\ which, though not dangerous, would for a million dollars? cause some discomfort? .- Iffc® 8. If you had an i...

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Summer Jobs In Europe [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

Summer Jobs In Europe More job opportunities In Europe this summer. . . . Work this summer in the forests of Germany, on construction In Portugal, on farms In Germany, Sweden and Denmark, In a kibbutzim In Israel, on road construction in Norway. Well there are these new jobs available as well as jobs in Ireland, Switzerland, England, France, Italy, Spain and Holland are 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 both in America and Europe. This year, the program has been expanded to include many more students and jobs. Already, many students have made application for 1959 summer jobs. American - European Student Foundation (a non-profit organization) is o...

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Kappa Psi House Frosh Give Party [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

Kappa Psi House Frosh Give Party Within the elaborate stucco and wood walls of the Kappa Psi house on February 19, the First Year Pharmacy Class held its second party of the year. Plans are under way for another—of another type—and another location. As previously, the party was a very eventful one. In the absence of any celebrities, members of the class took over during brief interludes, which might be referred to as momentary escapes from reality, to expand upon their talents. Peter Lazo, Lee Schauwecker, Wayne Foster and others might possess fair voices, but they'll never go anywhere with the songs they sing. Many Dental Hygienists were present. Everyone in the class now has a Saturday appointment for a 50c teeth cleaning In return for which they will receive a 75c Oral-B toothbrush. Aren't we all lucky, though? Unwelcome upper class party crashers again made their entrance. However, preparation for such an Incident was made as Social Chairman Bob Rouse collected 50c from each one...

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DRAMA EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

DRAMA EVENTS The University of California, Berkeley Campus Committee on Drama, Lectures and Music announce two events: Tennessee Williams' "GARDEN DISTRICT" The Actor's Workshop of San Francisco production designed and directed by Vincent Porcaro. "Garden District" premiered in San Francisco in November 1958, and comes to Berkeley at the close of its successful run. Tuesday, April 21, at 8:30 p.m. In Wheeler Auditorium. $2 (students, $1.25). All seats reserved. George Bernard Shaw's "MAJOR BARBARA" Performed by the Stanford University Players directed by Al Sensebach and presented in cooperation with the Department of Dramatic Art. Thursday, April 30, at 8:30 p,m. in Wheeler Auditorium. $1.00. All seats reserved. Tickets on sale at the Drama, Lectures and Music office, 2620 Bancroft Way, Berkeley; ASUC box office, Stephens Union, Berkeley Campus; and University Extension, 55 Laguna Street, San Francisco. Phone orders: THornwall 1-1170.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

THINKUSH f\hl HILLTOP HASH HOUSE English: aversiom ™ ~ aversion TO COOKING Thinklish translation: This diner is . , perched on a mountain peak, which r*9 /-< ( s\,V I jfa^h makes it a crestaurant! The view is tops mVT. (j\ ,§t)\ JUIeLIJ —but from there on, things go downhill. A typical meal includes a puny melon JM f ,_»jf^Sl (scantaloupe) and your choice of sand- ;Wf fC^^j^swiii^z^ wiches (shamburgers or rankfurters). It's v 4 I k&r^**^ all served up, naturally, on 50-yr.-old wiMOSiTY dishes (crackery). Best course to take: Thmklis : mMl ,».mh> ' » ipiSSa^ I **'- '•'••'■''"" ",(, T t» KEtLE*- U - B hght up a Lucky . . . enjoy the honest taste of fine tobacco. There's no tip _ gU j« eXPE rT at the end! English: BUB English: HAG'S TIMEPIECE tfk, '"*\ Engiish: FEATHERED MUS.CAL GROUP \QL ;W i STORKESTRA ***«.: W«TCHWat C « " fT HII Ei \\ MW SBBBBBB SBBBIBI S f^ tMOT ™* ,K^ "•""M**""'^* Take a word— amplifier, for example. With it, you can make a wet m...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 April 1959

Newman Club The Central Pacific Province Newman Club Convention of the National Newman Club Federation will take place on April 24, 25 and 26 at Richardson's Springs, California. A number of Newmanites led by President Terry Hayes and Vice President Diane Reber will represent the UCMC campus at this annual conference. Mutual discussions of Newman Club problems on various campuses will be held and an ' active social program including a swimming party and a dinner dance is planned. The host club for the event will be Chico State. * 1126 MARKET ST.. SAM FRANCISCO •

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959

No. 12 Vol. 3 THE SYNAPSE San Francisco, May 7, 1959

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959

NEXT DEADLINE MAY 15 U.C. MEDICAL CENTER rm** ISSUE MAY 26

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