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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 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 Free Every Month .... Round Trip Flight T. W. A. WEEKEND FOR TWO IN LAS VEGAS STAY AT LAS VEGAS HACIENDA AND $100.00 IN CASH All hotel and travel arrangements thru Town and Country Tavel Agency, I.as Vegas and Reno Package Tour Headquarters —— TICKETS —— VIC'S SERVICE, 19th AVENUE and JUDAH VIC'S PIE SERVICE, 33rd AVENUE and TARAVAL TOM'S SERVICE, 19th AVENUE and TARAVAL GArfield 1-1333 or GArfield 1-1700 Drawings first Friday of every month f \ STATE FARM INSURANCE R. J. RASMUSSEN 2121 IRVING STREET Bet. 22nd and 23rd Avenues LO. 4-5320 ABBOTT'S DUTCH SHOP 1630 Haight Street UN 1-4635 GIFTS and GIFT WRAPS Large Selection Studio Cards COLE CLEANERS 947 Cole Street LO. 6-8841 French Laundry Service Josephine Studio 1547 - 43rd Avenue SE. 1-4428 (We did the Pictures for the Medi-Cal) BABY PICTURES - WEDDINGS PORTRAITS PHONE LO. 6-7402 MAN...
MATHILDA VAN STOO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1957
MATHILDA VAN STOO Dear Mathilda: I hope you can help me, because I am nearly frantic! It's my husband, the rascal. He has been having his teeth cleaned by this hygienist, and I find it's been going on for a while now. Dearest Mathilda, is it true that you should have your teeth cleaned every week? And are hygienists really that busy that they sometimes have to make appointments at night? S.L.OB. Dear S.L.OB. Two can play this game. If you start having evening dental appointments this rascal husband of yours may suddenly find that a cleaning every six months is sufficient. * * * Dear Mathilda: I am a second year medical student with a terrific problem. I have never gone out with a girl in my life. Up to now I have always made excuses to myself such as—l have very little money—l have no car—or, I really don't have any time to spare. After much self analysis, I have come to tthe conclusion I am just plain scared of girls. Next year I have to do clinical work including physical exams. M...
SOPH MEDS BEAT ZIPS AND DELTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1957
SOPH MEDS BEAT ZIPS AND DELTS by MITS FUKUMURA The intramural league has been slowed up these past weeks due to mid-terms. Many of the teams were forced to forfeit their games since they lacked sufficient players. Kappa Psi, Rho Pi Phi, and Alpha Omega have forfeited games within the past few weeks. However, there have been some exciting games played lately. The Soph Meds beat the Zips by a score or 37 to 25. The Mcd team played its usual dominating game. Bob Albo led the team with his outstanding rebound and defense work, while Griffrith, Hayes, and Laughlin led the defense. The Zips on the other hand didn't quite play up to their potential. This game as far as the Zips were concerned was on of those games in which no on one made any baskets and nothing went right. However, Ron Marenda, who was high point man of the game did manage to keep the Zips in the game in the early moments of play. Both Norm McDonald, who came out of retirement especially for this game, and Ralph Juhl did a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1957
EXPERT LUBRICATION WASHING BUD'S RICHFIELD SERVICE 12th Avenue and Judah Street PHONE SEabright 1-9548 8 A.M. - 10 P.M. DAILY 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY COMPLETE ACCESSORIES — MINOR REPAIRS Foodland Market GROCERIES, LIQUORS, MEATS , and FRESH VEGETABLES 957 Cole Street, S. F. LO. 6-3512 COMPLIMENTS OF O'BRIEN CLEANERS 408 Irving Street OVerland 1-5926 HOOS ICE CREAM 2200 JUDAH STREET SAN FRANCISCO 22 L. Rockwell MOntrose 4-8297 g. c. self-service LAUNDRETTE 904 COLE STREET OVerland 1-4476 WASH &amp; DRIED — DRY CLEANING — FINISHED LAUNDRY Lowest Rate Satisfactory Service MORRIS BROS. Wine &amp; Liquor "Specialists" 605 Irving at 7th Avenue Chrlstofferson's Salon of Beauty 533 Irving Street OV. 1-7270 i OPEN EVENINGS BY APPT. OVerland 1-3043 "THE KICK-OFF" Cocktail Lounge LOUIS MOSCONE and F. (FRENCHIE) THOMAS 524 Irving Street near 7th Avenue SAN FRANCISCO \
DENTAL SCHOOL STUDENT STATUS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
DENTAL SCHOOL STUDENT STATUS by Willard C. Fleming, Dean Passing judgment on one's fellow man is always a difficult procedure, be it a draft board, a judge in court or a teacher grading a student. In almost every case, judgments are passed based upon insufficient evidence. Medicine and Dentistry are taught largely in an authoritative manner, and not by argument and discussion, and as a consequence student evaluation is made in a like manner. One should add to this the thought that many medical and dental teachers are competent professional people and amateur teachers, and it can be assumed that good grading (a mark of a professional teacher) is bound to be a rarity. For well over ten years the Dental School has used a "group grading" system whereby all grades and all students are discussed in open meeting. At the end of each semester, all teachers for each class bring their grades to a Student Status Meeting chaired by the Dean. The class roll is called and the grade for each course...
NURSES' CONVENTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
NURSES' CONVENTION Student nurses from every state in the union plus the territories of Hawaii and Puerto Rico attended the convention of the National Student Nurses' Association in Chicago through May 10. This organization, sponsored by the American Nurse's Association and the National League of Nursing, co-ordinates nursing schools into one representative body whose purpose it is to develop understanding, mutual assistance and co-operation between schools. Examples, ideas, ..lid suggestions arc exchanged between the representatives on student government, living accomodations, rules and regulations, and social activities. In addition, the progressive trends in nursing education, the various nursing specialties (public health, education .administration) available to the graduate nurse are explained to the representatives who carry this information to the students in their respective schools. The University of California School of Nursing was represented this year by three students: ...
Spring Formal Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Spring Formal Tonight by TRISH MEYERS Tonight's the night for the Annual Dental School's Spring Formal. All members of the faculty, the academic and non-academic staff, students and their dates arc cordially invited to attend. The Alpha Omega Fraternity will host the cocktail party, and it will be held at the Xi Psi Phi (Zips) Fraternity House, 745 Parnassus Aye. at 7:30 P.M. The music of Phil Bovero and his men will start at 9:00 in the lively and colorfully decorated dance room of the Corinthian Yacht Club. Those who attended the Bacchus Dance will remember the good music that Mr. Bovero provided for the evening's entertainment. A midnight supper (turkey, ham, corned beef, different kinds of cold cuts, potato salad, potato chips, olives, pickles, etc.) will be served to everyone by Ray Ward, student store manager, with the compliments of the Dental School. There will be a full moon this evening so you will want to take advantage of the beautiful, romantic setting that surrounds th...
PHARMACY DEANSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
PHARMACY DEANSHIP By JOAN B. LELLEY Dr. David D. Kendrick, Lecturer in Economics and Pharmacy Administration in the School of Pharmacy for the past six years, has accepted appointment as Professor and Dean of the School of Economics and Business Administration at the University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, as of July 1, 1957. in January of 1952. In 1956, he completed the Ph.D. requirements at Berkeley, writing his thesis on "International Transfer of Technical Knowledge and Forms of Business Organization." Dr. Kendrick's record of achievement and participation is an exceptional one. Since his appointment in the School of Pharmacy he has served every year as a member or as chairman of the Committee on Student Affairs. At the present time, he is the Advisor of the Studen Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association, and is Chairman of the Committee for Pharmacy of the Board of Directors of the Northern California branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. He is now considered...
Living Accommodations [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Living Accommodations The Regent's program for the development of residence halls on the various campuses of the University will provide the San Francisco campus with living accomodations for both single and married students. Dean of Students, Herbert Johnstone reports that State and Federal funds have been made available to complete student residents quarters in the Guy S. Millberry Union and to construct apartment units in the Clarendon Avenue area on the hill behind the main part of the campus. The present program includes the completion of the Millberry Union now under construction. As originally planned the Union was to be built in two units. The first unit comprises the structure now gradually nearing completion. The second unit called for the addition of floors to the residence sections of the first unit. Until recently funds were not available for the construction of the second unit and it was anticipated that a considerable period of time would elapse before the Union would...
MARKEL SCHOLARSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
MARKEL SCHOLARSHIP Dr. James A. Merrill, 31, in- structor in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, has received a Markle Scholarship in Medical Science. He is one of 25 young American medical school faculty members whose receipt of the highly-prized award was announced in New York yesterday by the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation. Each Markle Scholar receives a five-year, $30,000 grant in support of his salary and/or research expenses. Purpose of the awards, according to the foundation, is "to improve medical research and education by assisting some of the promising young teachers and investigators who too often, for financial or other reasons, must forego academic careers to enter private practice or industrial laboratories." Dr. Merrill's research interests center on cell and tissue chemistry in cancers of the female reproductive system. Born in Uutah, Dr. Merrill received his M.D. degree from the University of California School...
Ten Top Killers CANCER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
Ten Top Killers CANCER by DAVE WINEGAR The previous article previewed the scene of heart disease, the nation's foremost cause of death. Now wo turn to another menace, cancer, which occupies second place to this dreaded disease. The mortality rate, according to the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. is 130, 100.000 policy holders. Cancer! What does this word mean to you Many view it as an ugly monster that incessantly grows, permeating the depths of the body, accompanied by its grotesque counterparts insufferable pain and ultimate death. Indeed, this bleak picture is not as final as it once was assumed, for with research we have brightened it considerably. The cause still remains somewhat of a mystery, though many agents have been shown to be carcinogenic. There has been a definite rise in cancer's incidence as a result of the in- dustrial civilization which has produced over 4000 cancer-forming chemicals. The air we breathe contains many contaminants such as incompletely burned ba...
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 May 1957
EDITORIAL As one tan sec, this second issue of Synapse is not a dental school exclusive like the first one All of the other schools on the campus were sufficiently incensed to get the ball rolling and to make this issue trul) an "All Campus Paper." In general, the response has been excellent. We have only one main problem-- a problem of limited spate. This tan be solved two ways — cither have more frequent editions or have longer papers. We have chosen the former. Beginning next semester this paper will appear every two weeks it we tan arrange suflieient advertising this summer. We are tontatting National Advertising Service in New York for advertising on a contract basis. We also need local advertising, however. This is where you can help. Patronize our advertisers and tell them you saw their ad in our paper . The paper has a great potential —many things are still in an embryonic form, but in September you will see the maturation of many of these ideas. Please note the staff column...