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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Do You Think for Yourself ? l^mml} 1. Does it bother you to admit that you v __ I I NO | I fe&amp;l.|jSS.-. 5. Do you often fall short of cash several Y6S T ] NO I 1 haven't read a very popular book? Yfca | | I | f f days before your pay or allowance is | 1 1 J / Jf raja L/L nW scheduled to come through? JJ-ttf' .&lt;rfW^ m vt@imsi stop light about to change? * ••••« 3. Are there certain foods you feel yes| I no| /]) U OL""' «=, sure you'd dislike without having I 1 1 1 s§p»*) 7. Would you be reluctant to learn a YES I INO f 1 ever tried them? "^wvc new s P° rt m *** presence of friends I 1 I—J were cx P erts ? //\* 4. Would you be seriously concerned to yesno j jl§) C* read in your horoscope that catastrophe I 1 ' ' 8- Have you found it to be personally I I NO [j would befall you tomorrow? JkYWW true that "a man's best friend | | | | The Man Who Thinks for Himself Knows -
From the Desk of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
From the Desk of The Union Director Coming Films: May feature to be presented by the Union Film Committee is "The Childhood of Maxim Gorky" on May 8. Beautiful in its harsh realism, "The Childhood of Maxim Gorky," (U.S.S.R.) is the first of a trilogy on Gorky's life and provides a deep understanding of provincial Russia in the 1870's. On the same playbill will be the sunny little British short, "Sunday by the Sea," and a U.P.A. specialty, "Willie and Kid." The feature will be shown at 8:00 p.m. in the Steninger Gymnasium on Friday night. Admission is 30 cents par person. Room Naming Contests: If your'e interested in winning a $10.00 gift certificate redeemable in the Union Book Store, and haven't yet entered this contest, you may wish to pick up an entry blank at the Central Desk. There are five areas to be named, and the contest closes this coming May 15. We need your help in selecting more suitable and "colorful" names for the Table Tennis Room, Main Lounge, Room 133. The Main Caf...
Advance Scheduling Fall Semester [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Advance Scheduling Fall Semester The Millberry Union is now accepting space reservations for events to be held during the first ; semester of the 1959-60 school i year (the period beginning Sept. : 14, 1959 and ending Jan. 31,1960). i Starting May 4, and extending - through Friday, May 15, 1959, reI quests for space from student : groups will receive first recogniI tion and priority over all others I submitted. After May 16, requests ) will be confirmed on a first-come-i first-served basis. Applications will be mailed upon request or ' may be picked up in Room 240 of ' the Union. Telephone reservations cannot be accepted.
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 MHlberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOntrew 1*1444 Ernie Rossi, Editor Jackie Roth, Secretary Tad Nakata, Assoc. Editor, Dantistry Lila Radlich, Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Trixia McHarg, Assoc. Editor, Nursing Photographer, Ted Nakata; Sports Editor, Hlro Miyahara. Published monthly during tht icadimic year by tht Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mall.
Pharmacy Students Tour Berkeley Firm [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Pharmacy Students Tour Berkeley Firm Students of the Third and Fourth Year Pharmacy classes, along with some Faculty Members and Graduate Students, were the guests of the Stayner Corporation of Berkeley, an East Bay pharmaceutical manufacturer, on Thursday, April 9th. The guests were treated to a superb sea food luncheon at Spenger*s Fish Grotto in Berkeley, and then participated in a tour of Stayner facilities nearby. The tour of the company's new plant afforded pharmacy students a good example of ethical pharmaceutical manufacturing on a small scale, and followed a complete pattern including such areas as receiving raw materials, the manufacturing and coating of tablets, capsule filling and packaging, handling liquid preparations, and a quality control laboratory which featured a Stayner 'first'— an artificial stomach for testing enteric coatings on tablets and capsules. The students provided an enthusiastic audience for another Stayner 'first'—a stable Ascorbic Acid tablet — Oran...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
THINKUSH rQ | English: NEARSIGHTED PROFESSOR l _ l J, I JliJ 2 Thinklish translation: This fellow has so |sS||pj mmmm many degrees, he looks like a thermom- [ 1 II eter - He's so myopic, he needs glasses to lßoo\ I V * ew w^tn alarm. Though quite A A Ulaf 11111 V STOPi I t^ie man °* * etters &gt; tne onl y ones h e favors / ■ IIfKY \ are L.S./M.F.T. "I take a dim view of I 1 JSfilllllP Wl9 honest taste of a Lucky Strike!" We see V / *^ S ap aS a SOrt of SQuintettectual (but | ■ Bjik /) remarkably farsighted when it comes cigarettes § T&amp; ~E n9,ish: ViKtNG OARSMEN HOW TO MAKE 25 li^^ll Take a word— television, for example. With it, you can make commer- Vi}~^J^^^sJe^%\ cial TV (sellevision), loud TV (yellevision), bad TV (smellevision) and *^S^^!!!^^T^^^ good TV (swellevision). That's Thinklish—and it's that easy! We're (CT^ty^i^^^HK paying $25 for the Thinklish words judged best— your check is itching "oISOGw Cscj £$" to go! Send your words to Lucky Strike, Box 67A...
New ASUCMC President Assumes Office [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
New ASUCMC President Assumes Office The last ASUCMC Council meeting for the year was called to order by President Marcia Rehfuss at 7:40 p.m. in the Board of Governors' Room, Millberry Union on May 12, 1959. Both incoming and. iTStgoing officers were present. . Board of Governors' Rep. Vince Bl'-'te announced that the Union will be open for our use in the summer, Mondays thru Fridays from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. It will be closed on /the weekends and the fountain services will be availably but not the cafeteria. Almost any financial endeavor on a new or small campus has to struggle long and hard before it can prove itself and come out of the red. And though we are small and .relatively new, we have at least one enterprise to show as beinp self-supporting—and that is the Medi-Cal. Thanks to the hard work and careful planning of Edi-tor-in-Chief Joan Ruby and her staff, we are able &gt;to report McdiCal as being out bf the red, and with a bit of chicken feed left over. Congrat...
MEDI-CAL SALES CONTINUE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
MEDI-CAL SALES CONTINUE Medi-Cal sales are still plugging along so the staff has decided that in order to accommodate the snails who never seem to get on the jnove to buy their yearbook, sales will continue till and during the distribution dates. The price still stands at $5.50, however, at the time this issue went to press, no dates had been set. Watch for posters with information on the dates and center of distribution. The sales representatives are requested to collect on installments and to turn in all cash and receipts. For easier record keeping, we request that receipts not be made out for these payments; rathsr that records are kept on the original receipt and names turned in so that they may be recorded on the duplicate on file.
Ad Lib [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Ad Lib Read Ad Lib, Page 3 Last Saturday night I chanced to find myself at the Delt House, which I thought was in the vicinity of San Francisco. However, such was not the case. It had moved to some tropical isle. A wild party was in progress as I arrived. People were busy fixing our dinner. They insisted it was roast pig, Hafunny that two of the Medical waiian style, but' it's very School's diabetic dogs turned the following Monday. Someone else was tromping on a dead fish in the kitchen, which they later told me was lomi-lomi salmon, a great old Hawaiian delicacy. Jack Cleveland was busy out in the kitchen mixing old operative silibi with water and pounding the mixture thoroughly. Strangely enough, it tasted exactly like poi. Poi, as all you coast HoU bojs must know is the thing that the Hawaiians eat instead of sour dough French bread, which hadn't been invented yet because the French at that time were busy at some place called Bastille instead of grinding of old operative silibi ...
Union Films [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 May 1959
Union Films As the first year of student union activity draws to a close, one phase of the union planned entertainment deserves comment and praise. The week-end movies were something new to the campus. The film committee in its selection of films is to be congratulated since, on the whole, the films, throughout, the year, have been as universally appealing as motion pictures could be. There was a liberal sprinkling of the dramatic, foreign films, and comedy (the Seven Year Itch was accidentally sprinkled twice as some of you recall), and the movies picked from each of the categories were usually hits of the years they were made—most of them, well not too long ago. As far as the physical aspect is concerned, in the auditoriumCinema at the union: the picture could have been brighter and the sound often could have been more distinct. The film committee as much as the theater-goers is aware of these deficiencies and is in the process of attempting., to improve the situation for the stud...