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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1957
■'..-'■■ ' -' ■ ■ ■ .. Expert Lubrication Washing Bud's Richfield Service . '■il 12th Avenue &amp; Judah Street Phone SEabright 1-9548 8:00 A.M.-10:00 P.M. Daily 8:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M. Sunday j STADIUM SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY j? \ 516 Frederick St., nr. Stanycm Phone: OV 1-8600 % \ WASH and DRY. DRY CLEANING. FINISHED LAUNDRY | jj Free Parking iii Rear' i |riaijrsw«aire»s»are^ STADIUM GARAGE SMITH and FALKENSTEIN - Wheel Aligning Broke Specialists ' Automotive Repair Automotive Transmission Specialists AAA Service 522 Frederick St. San Francisco 17 OVerland 1-5800 WE ACCEPT ALL DISCOUNT-CARDS TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES We Stock: Royal, Remington, Smith-Corona, R. C. Allen, Victor, Odhner We Service All Hakes—Cash and Carry Discounts American Typewriter Company 2247 Market St. Bet. 15th and 16th Sts. San Francisco UNderhlll 1-4478 G. E. SELF-SERVICE LAUNDERETTE 904 COLE STREET OVerland 1-4476 WASH &amp; DRIED — DRY CLEANING — FINISHED LAUNDRY Lowest Rate Satisfactory Servi...
Dr. Stenninger Heads Union Board of Governors [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Dr. Stenninger Heads Union Board of Governors By Roger Kisner Wednesday night, February 19th, marked the first meeting of the Guy S. Millberry Union Board of Governors. With the construction of the Union nearing completion, the Board met to approve the bylaws, elect officers, and start considering the great amount of business which is necessary before the Union is ready „ to operate. The first item was to adopt the bylaws. The bylaws have been worked by the ASUCMC Executive Committee; Mr. Bob Alexander, the Union Director; the Medical Center Admlntetra- ' tive Committee, and President Sproul for the major part of the fait semester and are the result of a great deal of hard work. They were adopted unanimously by the Board. ' Dr. George Stenninger, of the faculty of the Dental School, was unanimously voted chairman in recognition of over twenty years of fine work in actually getting a Union here of Parnassus. Elect- &gt; ed to help him were Scott Chilcott, a sophomore in Medic...
Pharmacy group Takes Tour [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Pharmacy group Takes Tour Nineteen seniors and graduate students of the School of Pharmacy spent one week of their be-tween-semesters vacation on a guided tour of the midwestern pharmaceutical manufacturing corporations. Tom Tozer, Jim McKinley, Bert Parsons, Bob Day, Norm Siri, Willie Wong, Wayne Quan, Andrew Wong, Leonard Ramos, Harvey March, Dick Penna, Vince Severietti, Calvin Lee, Jim Stafford, Pat Flynn, Irene Korsvig, Nancy Wineman, Pete Lehman, and John Ayello were accompanied by Dr. John Preston of the School of Pharmacy faculty. Leaving on Sunday, January 25 and returning Sunday, February 2, they flew to and from Chicago via TWA Su- per Constellation. Their tours included the Upjohn plant at Kalamazoo, Michigan; Parke-Davis in Detroit, and the Eli Lilly company in Indianapolis. Manufacturing processes, mass • production methods, preparation of sterile solutions, research laboratories, and control labs for product testing and assay were all included in the areas visited by ...
Student Health Report... [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Student Health Report... The marked decline in incidence of poliomyelitis was one of the outstanding events in the field of infectious diseases in 1957. Total cases declined 64 per cent throughout the country compared to 1956 and 84 per cent compared to the five-year average. CALIFORNIA, HOWEVER, WAS ONE OF THE TOP TEN STATES WITH THE HIGHEST RATE OF INCIDENCE OF POLIOMYELITIS LAST YEAR. We are proud of our record of 75 per cent of the students at the Medical Center who have completed or are in the process of completing vaccinations against poliomyelitis. We cannot urge too strongly that the remaining 26 per cent avail themselves of the opportunity of receiving poliomyelitis vaccine. Poliomyelitis is too often a crippling disease with permanent residua. It is well known that the older the person is when stricken by poliomyelitis the more devastating are the effects; 70 per cent of all cases with respiratory involvement are 20 years of age or older. EVERY STUDENT SHOULD BE VACCINATED...
Foundation Appointment [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Foundation Appointment Dr. Willard C. Fleming, Dean of the Shchool of Dentistry, has been appointed to the General Advisory Committee of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. This foundation finances activities in support of the health professions, education and agriculture. Dean Fleming was also reappointed recently as a member of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher.Education. JIM LIE3ERMAN President, ASSM Announces Pending Medical School Election
ASSM To Hold Elections [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
ASSM To Hold Elections Since its organization in 1951, the Council of the Associated Students of Medicine has been concerned with interclass functions, student-faculty relations, local problems and improvements, and extramural medical activities. Action depends upon interest, and the yearly program of the ASSM reflects the enthusiasm of the elected representatives. Freshment orientation, curriculum evaluation, special lectures, the preceptor program all have their places on the traditional ASSM schedule. Special projects include talks to high school and college groups about medical school; international relations; cultural affairs; internship evaluation. Interaction with other schools of the Medical Center occurs through the ASUCMC Council and the Student Union Board, of Governors. Each year several students represent the ASSM at conventions: the California Medical Association, the Student AMA. The Constitution of the ASSM, revised by recent referendum, now requires schoolwide elect...
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER Son Fronciico 22. California M Or.! rose 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morrie Corbett, Assoc. Ed. Dentistry David I. Winegar, Managing Editor Joanne Lilley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy June Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Mardi Horowitz, Assoc. Ed. Medicine &lt;.&lt;&gt;m.l|&gt; Columnists, Jack Hockel, Robeit Neumayr; I'o«tl&lt;T« I Cartoons, Mxliroll Illustration, Marshall Turner ; N|M,rls Kditor, Mils Fukumura : l'hotos:r*t&gt;li«°Tr. Jack Hockel; Keporter*. Sue Thomas. I'ec. Nancy Jamison, J'earl Scale, Eva Lee Heldel, Barbara Heil. flail Drummond. Secretary, Jackie Roth. Published biwceklv (tiniip the itcnflemtc year by the Associated Students, U. c Medical (.'enter. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mail.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
EDITORIAL Two weeks ago Synapse went down for the eight count but we were not out. We found, after a careful review of our budget that advertising and alumni subscriptions would not cover the cost of publishing during the spring semester. In the beginning it appeared that no funds would be available from the university or from various groups on campus. Our budget at first sight appeared steep despite the fact that our estimates were cut to the bare minimum. Our future looked so bleak that we skipped the planned Feb. 14 issue. On Feb. 18, the Milberry Board of Governors met for the first time. They decided that Synapse should not only continue, but should grow until it is truly representative of the entire campus—■ to help foster- closer bonds between all of us here at the Medical Center-. With this thought in mind the ASUCMC, the book store and the University pooled their individual resources to help finance our entire spring run. The Board of Governors is considering putting Synaps...
Cal Club News [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Cal Club News "Now ukl Bob Sproul was a merry old soul And a merry old soul was old Hob Sproul. 11:' called for his deans And he called for his teams And he tailed for his Cal Club six." The aluivc chorus was a familiar lime al the recent annual Califoruia Club convention held on the Berkeley Campus Jan. 30th, 31st, and Feb. Ist. 1958. The eon- „ ference was dedicated to President and Mis. Robert Gordon Sproul as a token of esteem on the eve of their retirement. The California Club is established on each of the seven U. of C. campusCs. Members were present from all of the campuses including Hastings, which was installed as a new chapter of the California Club at this convention. The conference theme: Progress Through Unity The Advantages of the Statewide University, was carried out through discussions and topic presentations by various faculty members and guests from the various cam puses. Members attending from this campus included: Robert Alho, Joan Barton, Ben Braly, Donald f&...
Welcome to New Staff Members: [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Welcome to New Staff Members: The department of Pharmacol ogy has a new chairman, Dr. Robert M. Feathcrstone, who will be succeeding Dr. Hamilton H. Anderson, the present chairman of the department. Dr. Featherstone had previously been Profssor of Pharmacology at lowa College of Medicine, and received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the State University of lowa. The School of Nursing extends its welcome to a new Dean, Miss Nahm, who is a graduate of the University of Missouri, and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Another new member of the Hospital Staff is the new Director of Nursing Services. Miss lima W. Nickerson Is succeeding Mrs. Harriet Thelps, who retired in December.
Onward With Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Onward With Advertising By MARDI HOROWITZ It was not too long ago that I first saw banners within driver's vision about out city's street proclaiming "Drive Carefully for God and country." Although I do not wish to be anti-religious or unpatriotic, this struck me as being idiotic. My irritation was, obviously, not the laudable motives behind the injunction to drive carefully, but the semantic ugliness of the metaphor used. Of all the valid personal, social, humanitarian, rational and civic reasons for careful driving, one would think that some more appropriate reason could be formed. I am sufficiently untutored in the propaganda arts to expect "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" or "Speed Kills" to be more effective. One must commend one of the local mortuaries for their signs saying "Speeders Attention: Low-cost funerals." The reason I am reminded of those signs is the current crop of billboard brain-washers that assure us that we have "A Better Life Because of Advertising" and "A ...
"House Call" presents..." [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
"House Call" presents..." On Saturday afternoon, 4:00 p.m., KPIX presented a live, remote broadcast of "House Call" from U.C. Hospital entitled "Breath of Life." This was a re*3 port on diagnosis and research in pulmonary heart disease. Host, Bob Dunn interviewed Dr. Charles Carman, Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Dr. Julius Comroe, Director, Cardiqg Vascular Research Institute, as well as their assistants, on the various aspects of pulmonary heart disease (cor pulmonale). Dr. Carman demonstrated the use of catheterization in sis of COR PULMONALE. He" went on to explain the symptoms, and the possible causes of this disease. He then demonstrated the use of the spirometer to . measure lung volume, and use of a helium katharometer t* measure the amount of air which , cannot be exhaled. These aid in the diagnosis by imparting information about lung capacity. Studies of respiratory gas change were then on a patient, both at rest and during exercise, and blood samples were taken to b...
Awards [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Awards A teaching exhibit prepared by the staff of the Biomechanics Laboratory at the U.C. Medical Center, under the supervision of Dr. Verne T. Inman, professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Labdi ratory director, and Dr. Henry E. Loon, medical coordinator of the laboratory, has been awarded the Clyde L. Cummer Gold Medal of the American Academy of Dermatology and Syphi]ologj| The exhibit describes through color transparencies, drawings, and text, the skin disorders and other medical problems of leg amputees. It was shown at the Academy's recent Chicago meet ing. w Meredith W. Morgan, Jr., Pro-1 fessor of Physiological Optics and Optometry, was presented with the organization's rotating plaqueaward, given annually to thaL member of the profession wHff distinguishes himself in the field of optometry. •