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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 22 November 1957
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UNION POLL BEGINS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
UNION POLL BEGINS _ The physical facilities included in the Millberry Union are the results of a campus wide survey which was conducted while the Union was still on the drawing boards. Now, in addition to this, Mr. Alexander and your Governing Board, wish to know what YOU would like in the way of activities programming. In this regard the Union Director has supplied your class president with a questionnaire which he would like ►each and every student on campus to fill out completely this weekend. This questionnaire must be returned to your class president Monday, December 16th. Class presidents are urged to means by which a 100 per cent return can be expected. —Editor An Oi&gt;en Letter from the Union Director: The survey in question repre- sents a bask) and preliminary approach to a determination of student extra-curricular interests here on the San Francisco campus. Additional efforts to further clarify these needs and desires will continue to be made in future months. The...
A UNION FEE-WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
A UNION FEE-WHY? In past issues of Synapse, reference has been made to an annual compulsory student body fee to help support the union operation costs. Synapse has had many inquiries relative to the necessity of this fee and if so, how much it is to l&gt;c. In an effort to answer these questions, Synapse has dug into college union bulletins, and brochures. Also, we have asked Mr. Alexander many direct questions. Armed with this information it is our considered opinion that the fee not only is necessary to support fe the operation of the Millberry TJnion, but vital to its success. The amount of the fee is stilt in a speculative stage at this time. One of the tasks assigned the Board of Governors is to decide the amount. This fee will sup•port operational costs only, as the Union part of the building is debt free. Dollar for dollar the students could never get a better return for their money anywhere. k For this reason we would like to think of the charge NOT AS A FEE — but an...
CHRISTMAS DANCE TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
CHRISTMAS DANCE TONIGHT Tonight, Friday, the 13th, the supposed day of ill fortune, is a night yon can't miss. Swinging and swaying to the music of Billy Eawer and his orchestra, Medical Center Students and friends will be celebrating their annual Christmas Ball. "Robert's at the Beach," overlooking the beautiful Pacific, will set the stage, and the atmosphere will match the festive mood. The attire will be cocktail dresses and dark suits. The music will begin at nine and continue until one a.m. (Sat., the 14th). You will find "Robert's at the Beach" by traveling along 48th Aye. to Lawton. Bids are available from class representatives at the price of two dollars per couple. Everyone should plan to attend the gala event and join the Christmas spirit.
CSEA PLANS CHRISTMAS PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
CSEA PLANS CHRISTMAS PARTY Willi the Christmas season just around the corner, there will be parties galore. The Medical Centei Chapter (Chapter ~&gt;0) of the California Stale Ecployec's Association is no exception, hut instead of having the usual employee party, they are giving a party for the children of the students on this campus. This year it k under the direction of Mrs. Mary Scroggs. The party will he Tuesday, December' 17, at 7 p.m. in the lobby of the Medical Science Building. Highlighting the evening's activities will be Santa Claus, presenting each of the children with a Christmas Stocking filled with candy. Also, each of the children will receive a gift, donated by one of the employees of the Medical Center. for ;) retirement fund oul of the employee's salary. The Slate matches these contributions, so that at retirement the employee may receive a substantial income. I! Ihe employee should separate from service with the Stale, he is fi cc to withdraw the money whi...
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER Son Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morrie Corbett, Assoc. Ed. Dentistry David L. Winegar, Managing Editor Joanne Liiley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy June Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Mardi Horowitz, Assoc. Ed. Medicine •secretary, l*ori»ihj Kilis; Layout, Juek Hockei; (Imitation Mcr., Nellan Laci; (joettlp ('uliininM». Jaih Hockel. Hubeit Neumayr; Advertising Msr., Beverly O'Connor; Hunters 11 n ! tarloon«, Medlral llliuttratlon, Marshall Turner; Sport* Editor, Mlts Kuku: tuna . rboh.icrai'her. Jack Hockel; Reporter*, Robert Neumayr. Sue Thomas, Run Allsman. Rian Tobias, Peg Steller, Nancy Jamison, Pearl Scale, Eva Lee Heldel, Barbara Hi .1, flail Drummoncl. Published l*i« eekl.v during me dcademio year by I fie Associated Student r&gt;. U, C. Medical Center Kniered as llnrd tia«a mail. Post Off Tie, San Francisco, California. Sut i«t ;,[ i ion j-i ,-t $2 00 |*r &gt;ear by mail.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
EDITORIAL I'iNION PROGRESS REPORT Synapse regrets that we haven't had anything tangible to report regarding the Union since the Student Council met with the Administrative Committee back on October 23, 1957. At that meeting the old, tentative Constitution was revamped and operation of the store and cafeteria was assigned to the Board of Governors as opposed to the University operation. In the interim, since that meeting, the Union Director has rewritten the Constitution in the light of the suggestions made st that meeting and with personal conferences with individual persons involved. The result has been a Constitution which is acceptable to both the A.S.U.C.M.C. and the Administrative Committee. The finished product is rrow on its way to the University President and the Board of Regents for final approval. The Board of Governors, as spelled out by the Constitution, is being organized how. A complete board should be formed and ready to go to work by January 1, 1958. This board is be...
Synapse Survey Shows That... [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Synapse Survey Shows That... Oul of 128 i&gt;eo|)le surveyed on this campus including students liom each school, doctors, nurses, lab technicians, dieticians, instructors, clerical personnel and others, 3 out of 4 people read the S\ napse. The chief reason for not r&lt;nding the paper was lack of time, lack of publicity and indifference. The Editorial, "On The Hill," and Campus Memo columns were of most interest to Ihe campus. However, such columns as sports. church news, and articles such as Mardi Horowitz's were not over looked. Many people on this campus want to sec more articles on class activities, medical advances, personality sketches of faculty and staff, more humor and jokes and better proof reading regarding grammatical errors. Many liked Ihe paper as it was; while others wanted it to bo more sophisticated. The need for a Mcd Center newspaper was definitely positive as was indicated by 90 per cent of those surveyed. A few fell in the apathetic category. , F...
November Dental Student Body Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
November Dental Student Body Meeting On November 26, the dental student body was presented one of the most humorous and entertaining evenings in the current series of Dental Student Body meetings. The entertainment came by way of Paul Desmond and Abe B'altot, arid the Keynotes, the Dental School's own Dixieland band: the members include Jack Hockel, Bert Greeriberg, Phil Leigh, Jim Silverman, and Dick Pfarrer (stolen from the Pharmacy School). An extra added attraction was a short vaudeville routine by Dr. George Steninger. Desmond and Battot provided a night club atmosphere, highlighted by keen-witted jokes and anecdotes, sparkling impersonations, and sprightly songs. The whole evening was the topic of conversation about school for the rest of the week. Dr. George Steninger and Robert Alexander «aye rprogress reports on Millberry Union and answered student questions. Watch for the date of the next student body mooting and be sure to attend. Paul Desmond
Medi-Cal Special Price Extended [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Medi-Cal Special Price Extended For the benefit of the students who up to now have been unable to purchase a Medi-Cal, the special $4.50 price has been extended until Christmas vacation. On January Ist. the price will be $5.00. Also during this month the first $2.00 payment is due. See your class representative. Any payments not in by January 15 will cause the forfeit of the $1 down payment. Another reminder that each class will get a full page for candid shots. Shots can be taken around the labs, at parties, etc.. just so they are representative of people in your class. Be SURE that your class is fully represented. Candids should be submitted by means of the Medi-Cal Photo box on the second floor by Ihe elevators. Information on the back should include the class, the event, and a suggested caption.
Hypnodontics [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Hypnodontics The use of hypnodontics was the subject presented by Dr. James D. Jacoby at second table clinic of the semester at the Delt House on November 20. He outlined the uses and importance of hypnosis in dentistry. He demonstrated this and his technique by means of a film and by a demonstration which followed. Dr. Jacoby's film and tape recordings of his technique have been shown to professional groups throughout the country. In his film, by use of actual patients in his office, he demonstrated how he taught the patient to relax himself. Dr. Jacoby first "conditions" the patient into a "hypnotic operable trance," and then by subsequent use of posthypnotic suggestion, they are conditioned into "deep relaxation" for future appointments. He then demonstrated on patients conditioned for Operative Dentistry, Prosthetic Dentistry and Dental Surgery. After the film, Dr. Jacoby demonstrated on a group of students how patients can relax themselves by suggestion, how certain parts of th...
Medical Council Meets [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Medical Council Meets The last ntecting of Ihe Council of ASSM was held Friday, December 6, at 7 p.m. in MSB 136. Among the subjects discussed at this meeting was whether or not ASSM should apply for membership in IFMSA—the International Federation of Medical Students Association. According to its constitution, IFSMA was formed to "study and to promote the interests of medical student co-operation on a purely professional basis and to promote activities in the field of student health and student relief." At the present time the member associations represent nations from Europe and the Middle East, but the organization has expressed the desire that medical student associations from other parts of the world — principally Africa and America—participate in its programs, one of which concerns summer exchange clinical clerkships among the member nations. Interest has arisen among several of the medical students in the possibility of a long-range program here at UC which might establish su...
Pharmacy Student Body Hour . [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Pharmacy Student Body Hour . "ANNOUNCEMENTS, SCHOOL OF PHARMACY: Student Body Hour; San City Coronor will speak on the functions and duties of the Coroner's Office." Such a program is typical of those presented weekly for the students and faculty of the Pharmacy School. Each mester the administration plans the class curriculum so that one free, convenient hour a week is reserved for a student-organized program, under the guiding hand of a student representative. first meeting of each semester Ist traditionally designated "The Dean's Hour," during which Dean Daniels welcomes the new students and introduces the faculty members. Successive meetings may be presented by individual classes or student organizations; they may be light or serious, but always prove to be highly interesting. While sipping coffee provided by the student branch of the American Pharmaceutical As# sociation, students enjoying their one-hour respite from classes this semester have heard of thei programs, for gradua...
Dental Alumni To Hold Convention [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
Dental Alumni To Hold Convention On Sunday and Monday. Jam# ary 19th and 20th, the Dental Alumni will hold their annual convention, under the chairmanship of Dr. Kent.Kohler,.President elect. The program will start Sunday morning With a talk &gt;.# Dr. Ernest Jawetz on "Uses- and Abuses of Antimicrobial Drugs" followed by a talk by Ralph H. Boos, D.D.S. from Minnesota, on "Preparation and Conditioning of Patients for Prosthetics." 4p Next on the agenda is a luncheon, after which will be Dr. John 13. deC. M. Saunders speaking on "Early History of the Medical Center." Three television programs have been planned for afternoon beginning with Be™ tram Wolfsohn, D.D.S. on the "Endodontic Management of the Lower Molar. Lt. Col. Charles C. Ailing will follow with a "Biopsy of Oral Lessions, and Dr. Ralpri Boos wTH end with a continuatio™ of his morning talk. A panel\ discussion is planned by the Dantal Hygienists. moderated byJMiss Catherine Grotbeck, B.S(D.H., and at 5 p.m. motion ...