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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
EDITORIAL RECENTLY WE HAVE HAD MANY INQUIRIES RELATIVE TO HOW SYNAPSE IS ORGANIZED AND ESPECIALLY HOW IT IS BEING FINANCED. WE HOPE THE FOLLOWING RUNDOWN WILL ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS AND PERHAPS MAKE YOU A LITTLE MORE CONSCIOUS OF THE TOTAL PLAN WE HAVE FOR SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE BEGINNING The first issue of Synapse was launched last April with financial help from the Dean's offices of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Nursing, from the Associated Dental Students and from the A.S.U.C.M.C. This support amounted to $700.00. This was supplemented by $120.00 which we received in advertising for the April and May issues. The printing and photoengraving bill for a paper of this kind averages about $225.00 per issue. To this we had to add photography costs, telephone, and stationery. These two issues were produced with no office and a completely green staff. We finished the spring semester with money ahead, but this was money which was given to us—we were losing money on every issue. During the su...
REPORT FROM THE MEDI-CAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
REPORT FROM THE MEDI-CAL By BUD TAYLOR (Assistant Editor, Medi-Cal) There have been rumblings from some quarters seeking.to effect a change in this year's McdiCal. The staff organized this yearbook after careful consideration and have faith in its objectives. The purpose of this article is to put our ideas before you that your judgment might be made after considering the facts well. This year the Medi-Cal is being published by the -Phar m a c y School. As we thumbed through previous yearbooks one fact was most evident—that the publishing School was all dominating. This to us hardly seemed the desirable set-up since the Medi-Cal is the yearbook of the entire Medical Center. With our ever-expanding facilities and soon to be completed Student Union the desire for integration exists which would give us a . real campus where strong bonds between students and University could be forged and a true Alma Mater attained. The Medi-Cal should be an integral part of this movement. To secure this...
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-02U Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morrio Corbett, Alios, Ed. Dontistr David L. Winagar, Managing Editor Joanna LilUy, Aisoc. Ed. Pharmac Juna Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Mardi Horowitz, Assoc. Ed. Medicin' Secretary, Dorothy Ellis; Layout. Jack Hockel; Circulation Mer., Nellan Lacl; Oossl Cofamnlats, Jack Hockel, Robert Niumayr; Advertising M«t„ Beverly O'Connor I'ontrri and t'artoom, Medical illustration, Marshall Turner; -Sparta Editor, Mil Fukurmua; Photographer, Jack Hockel; Reporters, Robert Neumayr. Sue Thomai Ron Allsman, Stan Tobias, Peg Steller, Nancy Jamison, Pearl Scale, Eva Lee Helde Barbara Hefl, Gall Drummond. * Published biweekly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U. C Medical Center. Entered as third class mall, Post Office, San Francisco, California Subscription price $2.00 per year by mall. .|
LIFE Goes To P. T. Party [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
LIFE Goes To P. T. Party By DON NEWMAN "T. G. It's Over"—was the cry heard 'round the room—as the Physical Therapists celebrated the termination (that's the distal end) of Midterm Examination Week. Huddled together in the confines of Bill and Sandi Watson's cozy apartment, members of the P. T. Class, fearful of the outcome of the aforementioned exams, attempted to drown their sorrows in Ron Andrew's punch. Sounds of—slurp, burp (excuse me!), "More Beer"—were the predominating overtones in the din of conversation. Amid games and the general hysteria which always surrounds a party, a wonderful time was had by all. This includes the writer, who I am sorry to say, is at this point (the morning after) suffering from an overindulgence in . . . That's about it for now ('cause I have got to go and get a glass of tomato juice). Oh, I almost forgot — will the owner of the brand new pair of cowboy boots, left at the party, please claim same.
"HUMP DAY" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
"HUMP DAY" By ANNE JOHNSON Forest Knolls In Marin Counl the summer retreat of the Cot family, was the scene of the ti dition celebration of Hump Day the halfway" mark in training f the junior nurses. Everyone piled into cars i front of the 610 Dorm at 5 p.i on November 13, and started i the long trek. It was 7 p.m. I foreall the cars had arrived, seems that the place was a litl hard to find! Entertainment was provided 1 group singing and pantominin and a barbeque dinner was serve All in all it was an eventf party. Half of the evening wi spent in the dark. Neighbo'rhot hoodlums gathered outside, hs tampered with the fuse box. Upon leaving, several membei found that cans had been tied i the bumpers of their cars. Wr tied them on remains a myster Needless to say, everyone had good time.
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CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
CAMPUS MEMO Nov. 23—Delt's After Big Game Party; Delt House, 9:00 p.m. Nov. 24—Koinonia: Mr. Post, Arab-Israel Situation, 7:30 p.m., 7th Avenue Presbyterian Church. Nov. 24—Newman Club, Evening of Recollection, 4:45 p.m., 204 Haight Street. Nov. 26—Saints, Sinners &amp; Skeptice: Dr. Robert Leslie from the Pacific School of Religion, "Christianty and Psychiatry," Phi Delta Chi House, 1403 Willard, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 26—Newman Club: Father Bernard Moran, "Spiritual Care of the Catholic Patient," 610 Parnassus, 7th floor, 8:00 p.m. " • Nov. 26 — Members of the School of Dentistry staff will meet and talk with Dr. Francis Fish, a visitor from the University of London who is touring the country. His specialty is Crystalogy and Tooth Structure. Nov. 27—Panel: Human Ecology; J. B. deC. M. Saunders, Malcolm S. Watts, Seymour M. Farber, Salvatore P. Lucia, John J. Eiler; Golden Gate Room, 1:00 to 1:30 p.m. Nov. 27 —Medi-Cal: Deadline for buying the yearbook at $4.50. Dea 7—Koinonia: All...
A FABLE OF OUR TIME [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
A FABLE OF OUR TIME By MARDI HOROWITZ I was truding up the hill to the Medical Center the other day when a most enlightening incident occurred. I was, of course, dressed in the best medical student tradition. I was wearing white shirt, white lab coat, and white spats—the latter marred by an occasional rusty colored bloodstain. My tie was so conservative that the space it occupied was not only inconspicuous but even appeared to be a dark cavernous hollow, My pockets bristled with a professional array of pens, pencils, pen-lights, tongue depressors, throat swabs, slide rule, stethescope, reflex hammer, rubber tubing, a small rubber truncheon for pediatrics, notebooks, scrap paper, microscope slides, pipe, tobacco, matches, my "pocket synopsis of medical school," my skate key, and several plastic tools sent to me by pharmaceutical houses which I didn't understand but had such a bewildering and impressive array of graphs, numbers, tables, lines, angles, and moveable conversion scales th...
Student Church Groups KOINONIA [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
Student Church Groups KOINONIA Two weeks ago, Sunday, Nov. 10, a short meeting and "Singspi- ration" was held at the Seventh Aye. Presbyterian Church. The main business of the evening was the election of officers. Tlie new officers are: President, Carole Hamilton; Vice President, Mildred Rada; Recording Secretary, Nancy Jamison; Corresponding Secretary, Trixie McHarg; and Treas- t urer, Warren Matscheck. Last Sunday, the new council met and plans for future meetings as well as planning for an till-day retreat to be held on Saturday, Dec. 6. Further details will be announced later, so keep this date open! This Sunday, Nov. 24, Mr. Langely Post, a member of the American Christian Palestine Committee, will speak about the Middle East situation, especially that of the Arab-Israel problem. Mr. Post has visited this area and has had contact with both sides of the situation. Refreshments will be served after the discussion. Bring your friends for this general interest program which starts ...
Psi O's Defeat Zips; Delts Beat Phi Delts [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
Psi O's Defeat Zips; Delts Beat Phi Delts By MITS FUKUMURA The Psi O's, putting together a spirited team effort, over came the Zips 24-23. The Delts, playing a consistent, conservative type of ball game, held off the Phi Delts, 21-20. Up to these games, both the Zips and the Phi Delts were the only undefeated teams in the League. ' The Zips, lacking their star player, Hap Stallman, who was out due to an appendectomy, just couldn't put together a well-or-ganized offense. However, this is not taking any credit away from the Psi O's, who all played to their potentials and put together their best effort of the year. From the opening tip-off, the Psi O's took command of the game. Duke Lewis and Warren Adams started the ball rolling* by scoring quick baskets. The Zips countered with Norm McDonald and Geirs doing the scoring. However, they just couldn't overcome the Psi O's, who led 11-8 at the half After intermission, the Zips came back stronger. Lead by Geirs and Yon der Ahe, the Zips ha...
First Medical Center Noon Concert is an Overwhelming Success [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
First Medical Center Noon Concert is an Overwhelming Success A medicar .center noon concert series was initiated Thursday, November 14, with a well delivered and Warmly received program of songs by Soprano Judy Maas of the University of California Music »Department, with piano accom- • paniment by Helen Sizer. Mrs. Maas sang an English folk; song, a group of German «ongs ■ k by Brahms, by a contemporary f composer, Joseph Marx, and French songs, of Debussy and Poulene. The singer's" lyrical voice and sprightly presentation lent. •just the proper degree of whims cal expression which makes tl short concert song a refreshir listening experience. -a -The enthusiastic turnout f&lt; this inaugural program reflec the need of students and faculi alike for such recreational activ ties. The second concert will 1 given by the accomplished Qaj land pianist, Janet Goodman, c Thursday, December 5, at 12:1 p.m., classroom B of the Old Mcc cal School Building.