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NURSING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
NURSING To the Freshmen Nursing Students, Welcome one and all to the University of California Medical Center from the Nursing Student Body. We are very glad to have you here to join us in our own student body and to be members also of the student body of the campus. As you wilt learn there is fi busy year ahead of us starting with the ASUCMC Welcome Dance and our own "Get Acquainted" parties. The fall semester also holds for you the football game and related activities at the Berkeley campus which you can take part in by purchasing the ASUCMC Student Body card. We have planned for you a very thorough orientation into the student body activities so that you can begin right away to take an active part in them. You. will find that we not only have our own functions, but as members of the Student Nurses Association of California there are meetings, conventions, and get-togethers in our area that will enable you to meet and com-, pare notes with the nurses from other schools. This, you m...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
Golf Driving Range GOLF INSTRUCTION AUTOMATIC TEES COVERED TEES Trad* in Your Old Club. Complete Line of Pro Golf Equipment &amp; Supplies 9 A.M.-IO P.M. EVERY DAY Open Rain or Shine MOntrese 4-*BB* GEORGE COPFEY, Prop. Sutro Forest Golf School &amp; Driving Range 1000 CLARENDON AVENUE Number 3* Bus—Direct to Rang* Josephine Studio 1547-43 rd Avenue SI. 1-4428 (We did the Picture. for. the Medi-Cal) lAIY PICTURES ■ WEDDIN6S PORTRAITS COLE CLEANERS 947 Cote Street LO. 6-8841 French Laundry Service French Lessons Group *r Penoaal IwtrMtle* Low Ratei Call Dr. Rokt. lari.hak for Appointment MO 4-3600. Ext. tf 1
Introducing... The U.C Medical Center [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
Introducing... The U.C Medical Center Herbert C. Moffirt Hospital Floor B Central Supply, Physical Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Mail Room, 'Autopsy. Solution Manufacture and Housekeeping 1 Hospital Administrative Offices, Cashier, Admitting, Observation and Accounting 2 Kitchen, Cafeterias, Coffee Shop, Dietary 3 Radiology-Drag, and Thera; py, Offices and Seminar. Nursing Serv. Offices 4 Operating Rooms, Recovery Rooms and Offices 5 Clinical La hs . — Hospital Pathology, LEG, Labs, and Blood Bank G Pediatrics Bed Area. Offices and Labs. 7 Neurosurgery, Neurology, Pediatrics Bed Area Offices 8 Surgery (Ortho., Ophthal., Otorhin., General) — Bed Area, Offices and Labs. 9 Surgery (Urology and General) -Bed Area. Offices and Seminar 10 Medicine and Surgery —Bed Area, Offices and Labs. It Medicine Bod Area. Offices and Labs. . 12 Cancer' Research Bed Area, Offices. Seminars and Labs. Medical Sciences Building Increment ! Floor B Medical Records, Tumor Registry and Biometry 1 Provost O...
Where to Eat [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
Where to Eat The Dietary Department operates two cafeterias and a coffee shop on the second floor of Moffitt Hospital. The San Francisco Room is open'from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays and until 7 p.m. weekends. The Golden Gate RoomT is open 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays. Hot food is served 6:30 a.m.-9 a.m. (10 a.m. on Sundays), 11-1:30 p.m. and 57 p.m. During the noon meal, sandwiches are served only in the San Francisco Room. There is a coffee shop for visitors, patients and between meal snacks for campus personnel. As the cafeterias are nonprofit, the charges cover actual expenses plus 10% for overhead. The cafeteria office is Room M 290. Drop in anytime.
HOUSING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
HOUSING Finding suitable living accommodations at a reasonable cost has been a problem on the San Francisco Campus for some time. The Office of the Dean of Students on the ground floor of U.C. Hospital, Room 52A, maintains a list of rooms (most of which have kitchen privileges), apartments and flats for the convenience of students. In addition to the above, married students have found satisfactory living accommodations in some of the housing projects owned and operated by the City and County of San Francisco. The most favored are the Sunnydale Housing Project in Visitation Valley and the Valencia Gardens Project in the Mission District. These are low income housing units and are available to married students with children. To apply for this housing' the following forms are needed: 1. Marriage Certificate 2. Children's Birth Certificates 3. Veterans: Discharge -papers and G.I. entitlement statement. 4. Non-Veterans: Proof of income student will be dependent upon throughout his school...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
CALENDAR Medical Center, Fall 1957 1957—Sept. 16, Monday! Fall j Semester Begins Sept. 17, Tuesday: Registration: Sept. 18, Wednesday: New students registration! M-Z, 8:30-11:30 a.m. A-L, 14 p.m. Sept. 19, Thursday: Returning students: A-L, 8:30-11:30 a.m. M-Z, 1-4 p.m. Sept. 20, Friday: Alt students: A-Z, 9-12 noon only » Sept. 23, Monday: Instruction begins Sept. 28, Saturday! Welcome Dance Nov. 16, Saturday: Midterm reports due Nov. 28, Thursday: Thanksgiving Day Nov. 28, Thursday thru Nov. 30, Saturday: Fall recess Dec. 13, Friday: Christmas Dance Dec. 25, Wednesday: Christmas Day Dec. 19, Thudsday thru 1, Wednesday: Christmas recess
Where to Find the Answers [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
Where to Find the Answers Academic matters Dean of respective school Admissions problems. . .Admissions Office, 62A UCH Books and supplies Student Store, Ground floor, Med. School Bldg. Counseling . .Dean Johnstone (52A UCH) or advisor Dental service . .Information booth, 606 Med. Sol. Bldg, Fees Recorder's Office, 628 UCH Housing Dean of Students Office, 52A UCH Intramural sports. . . .Council representative Jobs I Personnel Office (60 UCH) or Dean of Students (52A UCH) Library— Medical. . . : ,2nd floor Med. School Bldg, Pharmacy 249 Med. Sol. Bldg. Loans and scholarships, Dean Johnstone, 52A UCH Lost and Found . . Sgt. Lopez. Grounds * Buildings Annex Medi-Cal Editor, Sr. Dental student Medical Service .Student Health Service, 120 Med. School Offices — School of Pharmacy, Dean 947 Med. Sol. Bldg. School of Medicine, Dean 119 Med. Scl. Bldg. School of Nursing, Dean 207 Med. Scl. Bldg. College of Dentistry, Dean 630 Med. Scl. Bldg. Physical Therapy., 01 Moffitt Hospital Dental Hygi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
BOWERMAN'S PHARMACIES, INC. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 2501 Ocean Avenue DElaware 4-1500 498 Post Street YUkon 6-0307 356 Post Street DOuglas 2-0110 STADIUM GARAGE SMITH end FALKENSTEIN Wheel Aligning Brake Specialist! Automotive Repair Automotive Transmission Specialists AAA Service 522 Frederick St. San Francisco 17 OVerland 1-5800 "I'LL MEET YOU AT THE MULBERRY HIM" Sorry—we can't do it this semester —but it won't be long now. YOUR NEW UNION BUILDING didn't just HAP- ' PEN. It is the result of long years of work and planning. The co-operation, interest, and devotion to the cause by Students, Faculties, and Alumni have made the UNION possible. * YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND APPRECIATION WILL MAKE IT GO. ASK ABOUT OUR REBATE POLICY. KEEP THE HABIT OF MAKING YOUR PURCHASES OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND SUPPLIES AT The Associated Students Medical Center Book and Supply Store
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1957
MORRIS BROS. Wine &amp; Liquor "Specialists" 605 Irving at 7th Avenue HOOS ICE CREAM 2200 Judah Street San Francisco 22 L Rockffell MOntrose 4-8297 THE WISHING WELL Cocktail Lounge JUST A WHISPER OFF 7TH AVENUI 60S Irving Street SEobrlght 1-4433 SAN FRANCISCO G. E. SELF-SERVICE LAUNDERETTE 904 COLS STREET OVerland 1-4476 WASH 4 DRIED — DRY CLEANING — FINISHED LAUNDRY Lowest Rate Satisfactory Service Expert Lubrication Washing Bud's Richfield SerVice 12th Avenue &amp; Judah Street Phone SEabrlght 1-9548 8:00 A.M. 10:00 P.M. Daley 1:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Sunday
THE IVORY TOWER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
THE IVORY TOWER Here's How I* All Began During the early 1920's the students at the Medical Center realized that they were living and working at a medical center with virtually no campus. There was no restaurant within blocks—the scattering of buildings which comprised the center stood alone in the hollow chewed out of the treeenshrouded Mt. Sutro. The campus then was essentially a mill where the student entered, completed the required courses, and left with his degree—and very little else. The students began to realize their opportunity of attending the University in a much broader sense. They realized that much could be gained by talking and relaxing with their fellow students, the students from the other schools, and with members of the faculty and alumni. Unfortunately, there was no common meeting ground for these groups—so with faculty assistance the students did something about it. First Tennis Curds With picks and shovels and other equipment borrowed from the Market Street Ra...
The Invasion of The Earth People [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
The Invasion of The Earth People By Mardi Horowitz The term "earth people" was originated by Tom Merrigan, a senior in the medical school. Since this original magnificent insight, the concept of the existence of earth people has swept the medical center and has broadened in meaning. Beyond the fog that isolates this ivory tower in solemn majesty live the earth people. How different they are from us! They have nothing to do with medicine or its related sciences. Instead of nocturnal perusal of texts, journals, apparatus, or patients these glibly gay souls go to plays, operas, symphonies, and clubs. They watch TV, sports, and read non-medical literature. They sleep, play records, eat out, walk in parks, play games, loaf, and, in short, do all manner of things alien to the Incarcerated and monkish life of ivory-tower dwellers. Earth people may be distinguished by the 3-P test. Ask them what pancreas, pituitary, and mean—if miss any they may be earth people. In the past, earth-people we...
Asiatic Flu [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
Asiatic Flu The Student Health Service Is aware of the possibility of an outbreak of influenza among the student population this fall. The United States Public Health Service and the California Department of Public Health recommend that influenza vaccine be used In an attempt to -forestall an increase in the incidence of influenza which might approach epidemic proportions. Influenza vaccine inoculations will be available to all students as soon as sufficient amounts of vaccine become available. Students will be notified immediately when the Health Service receives the supply of vaccine.
Anthropologist Describes Rites of 'Primitive' Tribe Now Inhabiting U.S. [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 27 September 1957
Anthropologist Describes Rites of 'Primitive' Tribe Now Inhabiting U.S. ANN ARBOR, MICH. (Science Service)—A humorous description of the American people in the manner of anthropologists describing primitive people has been reported to the American Anthropologist by Dr. Horace Miner of the University of Michigan. —' "While much of the people's time is devoted to economic pursuits, a large part of the fruits of these labors and* a considerable portion of the day' are spent in ritual activity, the focus of which is the human body, the appearance and health of which looms as a dominant concern In the ethos of the people. of the rite is evident in the fact that the natives return to the holy-mouth-men year after year, despite the fact that their teeth continue to decay." "The daily body ritual performed by everyone Includes a mouth-rite. Despite the fact that these people are so punctilious about care of the mouth, this rite involves a practice which strikes the uninitiated stranger as r...