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CLOSED CIRCUIT T.V. AIDS SOPHOMORE TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
CLOSED CIRCUIT T.V. AIDS SOPHOMORE TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTION by John C. Dittmer, School of Dentistry During the last three weeks the sophomore Dental students have been actively taking part in an experiment which, if successful, could conceivably revolutionize the methods of technical instruction now used in the School Dentistry. The experiment is an attempt to evaluate the use of closed circuit T.V. as a "learning aid." Technical procedures which involve a series of step-wise operations are performed by the instructor in front of the T.V. camera while a narrative over the audio system accompanies the picture. The entire class observes the "visual demonstration" over monitor sets placed throughout the laboratory. Development of closed circuit T.V. here at the Medical Center is due largely to Dr. Irwin Merrill, Director of Television Research, and his staff, including Mr. Raymond Litke and Mr. Ray Mort. This Fall, Dr. Merrill circulated an announcement to the effect that T.V. would be av...
DEANS TO DISCLOSE NAMES OF CHEATERS DISCOVERED BY CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
DEANS TO DISCLOSE NAMES OF CHEATERS DISCOVERED BY CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION Medi-Cal sales started November 21. This secret, one of the most closely guarded ones on campus, became known to reliably misinformed sources today. Spokesmen for the Medi-Cal tried to label the charge ($4.50) as "Ridiculous." Nevertheless, the news spread like glue across the campus. Everywhere, little groups could be found talking about sex, school, sex, money, and love. If the Medi-Cal was ever mentioned, it was with hushed tones. Apathy had reached a fever pitch. Everyone was swept into its mad millrace. Almost anyone you asked didn't care about our stunning, reverse credit plan where you give us one dollar now, $3.50 later; getting to pay, enjoy (maybe) later. No one knew that a Medi-Cal could be purchased at the Union Desk at any time, and no one could care less. Outside of a small beady-eyed group in the smoke-filled publications room, nobody gave a d — that this year's Medi-Cal would be a new departu...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
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NATIONAL CONSERVATIVE YOUTH ORGANIZATION FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
NATIONAL CONSERVATIVE YOUTH ORGANIZATION FORMED New York, October 6 — The formation of a national youth organization — dedicated to the political realization of Conservative principles — was announced here today.The new group is called YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM and its plans include establishing local chapters on hundreds of college campuses in the United States. The chairman of the neworganization — whose national headquarters is located at 343 Lexington Avenue, New York 16 —is Robert M. Schuchman. Schuchman is a first year student in Yale Law School. Its National Director is Douglas Caddy, a graduate school student at City College of New York. The group is described as a non-partisan political organization of voluntary membership. Membership is open to anyone up to the age of 35 years and who pays the nominal membership fee of SI.OO per year. Schuchman, in commenting on the formation of YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM, declared that "our organization is non-partisan only in the sens...
WESTMINSTER DISCUSSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 November 1960
WESTMINSTER DISCUSSIONS by GWENDOLYN ROTHMAN Much interest was'shown in the topic we discussed at our last meeting. Audrey Stanton, showing some interesting slides, spoke of her unusual experiences during her stay in Africa. An opportunity to spend a summer in remote parts of the world is offered to young people by "Project Crossroads," to foster direct personal friendship, trust and mutual understanding, which, we hope, will help to deter aggression and preserve peace. Exchange of information, person-to-person contacts through travel, communication of ideas, are essential to maintain ideals such as self-government, equal justice and individual rights. We are looking forward to our next Tuesday's discussions from 6-7 PM, in the Millberry Union, Room 133.
MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPPY NEW YEAR PHARMACY VIEWS FEDERAL PRICING INVESTIGATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 December 1960
MERRY CHRISTMAS &amp; HAPPPY NEW YEAR PHARMACY VIEWS FEDERAL PRICING INVESTIGATIONS The Federal Grand Jury investigations into the Department of Justice charges of "price fixing" by retail pharmacists in Northern California have many unfavorable results. The professional dignity of Pharmacy will be lessened or maybe even destroyed unless Pharmacy assumes the initiative and presents its case fairly and adequately. It appears that the local press has attempted to destroy this dignity in an all-out campaign against prescription prices. The press has resorted to sensationalism in doing so. One local newspaper asked pharmacists in five metropolitan areas the price they would charge for seven prescription items. From this survey they apparently were able to conclude that "Drug Store Prices Here were Tops in the U.S." Upon reading the article presented, one finds that in one case San Francisco prices for a compound were higher and in another case San Francisco price tied with three...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 December 1960
From the Desk of the Union Director FILMS The Union Film Committee will present two more programs this semester, one on January 6, and the final program of the year on January 13, 1961. On the 6th, the Committee offers "The Diary of Anne Frank." On the 13th, "The Magnificent Seven" (Japanese) will be featured. Offered at this time is a "sneak preview" of second semester selections, which will include the following: The Reluctant Debutante — Aparajito — A Hatful of Rain — Father Brown, the Detective — The Sun Also Rises — Street of Shame — The View from Pompey's Head — White Reindeer — The Gazebo — The Case of Dr. Laurent -Sayonara — The Last Bridge — Anastasia — The Forty-First. Complete printed schedules will be distributed to all Union members next month. ART EXHIBITIONS The set of Saturday Evening Post original cover illustrations, now on display, will continue through the 22nd of this month. Beginning on January Ist, the Fine Arts Committee will feature the 1960 version of the a...
JUNIOR MEDICAL CLASS PRESENTS: [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 December 1960
JUNIOR MEDICAL CLASS PRESENTS: (with genuflections to T. S. Elliott and other pharmacollegian phenomena) . . . and still he sings, While night, through dawnbreak. And blood-stained wings Flame o'er the lethal lake — In which, forlorn when the fish are fed, A lamp-post stands, without a head. The Junior Medical Class presents, by and large, with a chief complaint. Ah, so! Is it perhaps lassitude, malaise, anorexia, sudden loss of sleep? Not so, by this tooth .. . .-(oh, sorry —am I encroaching?) . ... not by this costal ramus! The chief complaint is that of the grippe (or flu) — an utter lack of cheer. Wejuniors hope that the rest of you in the rarified Parnassian atmosphere will forgive our long silence, which was occasioned, not so much by the diligence of our studying, as by the conscientious remorse which the mere thought of rampant journalistic ramblings gave us, at a time when we should have been (but, of course, were not) studying diligently. After all, in surgery, as in anato...
U.C. HOSPITAL ADMISSION NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 December 1960
U.C. HOSPITAL ADMISSION NOTE Chief Complaint — Insomnia since late September. Present Illness — This 24 year old male was well until the latter part of September of this year, when he first noticed the inability to obtain his uaual 8 hours of sleep each night. However, he seems able to catch short periods of sleep throughout the day, when not troubled by his frequent attacks of ischial bursitis which, he states, are manifested by tenderness over his ischial tuberosities, with increasing severity throughout the day. Review of Systems — HEENT-redness, burning and watering of eyes daily, in association with prolonged periods of use of midnight oil (? oil allergic conjunctivitis). Gastro-intestinal — Bouts of nausea and diarrhea. Tenito-urinary — No difficulties except during occasional visits to the West Wing of Millberry Union. Neuromuscular-Cramping in right hand noted at various hours of the day which seem to correlate closely with the class schedule. Physical Exam — Vital signs - h...
PHARMACY CHRISTMAS PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 December 1960
PHARMACY CHRISTMAS PARTY The traditional Christmas party for the School of Pharmacy is slated to take place on Thursday, Dec. 15, from 3 to 6 in the afternoon. The time was set for the least amount of conflict with student time. There will be entertainment, refreshments, etc. The party is full of Christmas spirit and it has been rumored that the punch is too. Sponsoring the event are the A. Ph. A. Student Body with much cooperation from the Pharmacy Wives. There is no admission fee; however, traditionally, we have each donated $1.00 for the Pharmacy Wives work in the area of welfare. It can't help but be a gay affair with Carl Meyer, organizer of this year's Pharmacy picnic, heading up the plans.
"WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEY MARCH" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 December 1960
"WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEY MARCH" On Tuesday, December 6th, there will be a discussion of the Southern Integration proceedings, the "sitins." The discussion will be led by Tom Rose, a student who has participated in the "sit-ins," and Willie Thompson, a negro student who has lived in Columbus, Georgia. The meeting is sponsored by the Presbyterian campus Ministry and is open to everyone interested. It will be held in Room 133, the "Meeting Room" of Millberry Union from 6-7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 6th. by ALBERT FLOOD