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Charter Day Ceremony This Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Charter Day Ceremony This Wednesday On Wednesday, March 10, the Millberry Union will lx&gt; used for the first time when Charier Pay ceremonies are held at 2:00 p.m. in the gymnasium. The Union is nol expected to open until July. Dr. Wendell Stanley. Professor of Biochemistry and Director of the Biochemistry Laboratory on the Berkeley Campus will speak on "The Health Sciences in the U.S.S.R." Dr. Willard K. Fleming, Dean of the School of Dentistry will preside over the- entire ceremony. Other items on the program will include Dr. R. Gordon Agnew leading "All Hail" and the University Hymn and Dr. George E. Steninger will sing Sigmund Romberg's "Desert Song," and "I Love Life" by Mana-Zucca. Another first on the San Francisco Campus will be the Faculty Research Lecture which has been an annual affair on other University of California Campuses. Dr. I. Lyon Chaikoff, professor of physiology in the University of California School of Medicine, will deliver the first lecture at the...
Candid Photos Needed Now [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Candid Photos Needed Now The Medi-Cal is desperately in need of candid pictures. The members of the staff would like to make a plea to the various schools, organizations and classes on campus which have not turned in enough candlds. This plea is particularly in reference to the schools of Dentistry and Physical Therapy. Your annual has been planned this year to include many more candids than ever before, particularly because this seemed to be what the students wanted. We have deadlines to meet which we are overdue on now and feel that it is up 1o the students themselves, if they want a good book, to see that the material we need is made available. If you have any candids you would like to put in the Medi-Cal, either put them in the boxes at the elevators on second floor of the Medical School building or drop them off at the Nurses dormitory in care of Mary Douglass, or turn them in to Bud Taylor at the Kappa Psi House.
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco 22, California MOntro** 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morrie Corbett, Assoc. Ed. Dentistry David L. Winegar, Managing Editor Joanne Lilley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy June Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Mardi Horowitz, Assoc. Ed. Medicine t*««aip &lt; otuiiMiiMh, Jack Hockrl, Hoberi Nrumayr; Posters and Cartoons, Mediral IMastration, Marshall Turner; Spurt* Kdltor, Mits Fukumura ; I'hotocraphe-r, Jack Hockel: Reporter*. Dave Win«par, Sue Thomas. Peg Steller, Nancy Jamison, Pearl Scale. Eva i*et Held*), Barbara Hell, Gail brummond. Secretary, Jackie Roth. Published biweekly during me academic year by the Associated Students, V. C. Al«dical Center. Subscription price ibli.OO per year by mail.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
EDITORIAL CHARTER DAY Next Wednesday at 2 p.m. the doors of the Millberry Union will be opened wide for the first function within its walls. Wednesday is Charter Day, the 90th anniversary of the University's founding. Classes will be suspended in order that you may attend the ceremony in the huge gymnasium, and then get a glimpse of the Union soon to be opened to you on a regular basis. Plan to visit the Union Wednesday—nothing we could say would substitute for a persona] look. SYNAPSE REPRESENTATIVES Synapse suffered one financial setback which threatened its existence. This has been overcome and our future success is no longer a dream but a reahty —as far as finances are concerned. However, finances will not produce an interesting paper. People are our true security. People not only are news, but help to record news. Recording news doesn't usually take as much time as making news, yet the value of making news is dependent on the audience which can benefit or receive enjoyment from...
Inter-Campus News . . . [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Inter-Campus News . . . By Dave Wim^ar Ai the ittcnt California Club i on', cntion. n resolution w .is passed to institute a weekly rx change of columns between the newspapers of all ot the ('am puses of the University, This exchange column, it is hoped, will further inter ■ campus harmony anil understanding by broadening the students' views of the entire University. It will include items which would i&gt;c of interest and importance to the University as a who'e. We feel that this is a worthwhile undertaking, and we shall do everything in our power at "Synapse" to make thi«- pto.jpct a success. Site** for New University ( itntpuses The Regents at their January meeting adopted "for general guidance" and administrative committee report which recommends that the sites the Univer srty is seeking for its three new campuses be 1,000 acres each, ac cessible to a large live-at-home student population, and located in and area which will I 1 )be free of concentrations of heavy busines...
RESIDENT WINS SCHOLARSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
RESIDENT WINS SCHOLARSHIP Dr. William L. Weirich, chief resident in surgery at the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, has been named a Markle Scholar in Medical Science. Dr. Weirich is one of 25 young medical scientists whose receipt of the highly-prized scholarships was announced in New York yesterday by the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation. The scholarships carry five-year, $30,000 giants in support of the salaries and research programs of the recipients, all of whom are embarking on careers in medical teaching and research. The 33-year-old University of California surgeon is now completing his sixth and final year of residency training and will be appointed an instructor in surgery next July 1. His research interests are in heart surgery and cardiac physiology, including changes in circulatory function occasioned by the use of pump oxygenators &lt;heart-lung machines). Dr. Weirich is a 1947 graduate of the University's Berkeley campus and received t...
Probing Human Performance [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Probing Human Performance Laurence E. Morehouse, Professor of Physical Education at Los Angeles, is undertaking a series of studies probing human performance and its relation to fatigue in lifetime efficiency. Professor Morehouse, in association with Dr. Sanford S. Golden, Beverly Hills dentist, has set up an experimental dsnlist's office. They will utilize a life-sra«j"» dummy patient which complains of an* "electronic cavity." This cavity records unsteady actions which the dentist is likely to ex- ' hibit as he becomes fatigued after bending over a conventional dental chair for long hours. The dentist is "wired" to record bodily clues of fatigue. An electromyograph charts muscular efforts and tensions. The dentist breathes pure oxygen through a respirometer to measure expenditure of energy. A sphygmomanometer records his blood pressure. Results of the study may lead to recommendations for revolutionary dental equipment in which i 1 i the patient is semireclining in a cotich-likc d...
Nation's First Navy Nurse Corps Candidate Sworn In [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Nation's First Navy Nurse Corps Candidate Sworn In SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 21 — Mary Margaret Douglass, pretty University of California Nursing senior, today became the Navy's first Nurse Corps Candidate. The Nurse Corps Candidate program instituted recently by the Navy allows qualified student nurses to join the Navy while continuing their education. The Navy finances the Nurse Corps Candidate's tuition, books, room, board and incidental fees in addition to a monthly pay check of $99.37. Miss Douglass will be commissioned an Ensign in the Nurse Corps upon graduation from nursing school and will then serve two years active duty at one of the Navy's hospitals. Lt. Zoe Gilmose," Nurse Procurement Officer lor Northern -CalMcrnia,. Nevada - and" Utah- administered the oath. Lt. Gil more stated that Miss Douglass was the first student to complete the processing for the new program which has received excellent response throughout the country. . ;...., Miss Douglass is the. University ...
Med. Center and Hastings Law Gal-dubs to "Get-Together" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Med. Center and Hastings Law Gal-dubs to "Get-Together" Much bas been happening within the Medical Center's Cal Club. At a recent meeting held Feb. 26th, due to a record attendance, several new plans were discussed. One being that monthly meetings would be held on the second Sunday of every month, place to be designated later, to discuss channels by which the club could better con-tribute to inter-campus and state-wide relationships. A "hoopla" was planned with the chapter at Hastings School af Law which will take place March 15th.at 8:30 p.m., at the Phi DeWa Chi house. Wives, fiancees and dates of the members will be welcome at this function. Dinrimg this convening on the 26th a new vice chairman, Pete Ralston, was elected; who will serve with Den Scales; chairman, rrid Mary DMley, secretary, for this semester, which should prove ta&gt; be prosperous and enjoyable lor both our campus and Cal Club.
ON THE HILL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
ON THE HILL by Jack Hockel and Bob Neumoyr These Lovely Towers of Ivory A UNION IS ADDED: The Charter Day of the newest addition to these ivory towers which will be held next Tuesday is an epochal „event, in a way. It will mark the coming ©f a new era to life-on-the-heights . . . too bad the graduating seniors won't be able to enjoy it . . . seems as tho' it wont open 'til July . . . OUR UNION! A .place where we can go to relax and enjoy ourselves! There's going to be a gym, a swimming pool, a lounge; just everything one could ask for ► during his spare time. SPARE TIME!! What's that? How many of the people in this Medical Center know what Spare Time is? Perhaps one could classify that twenty minutes between the time lunch is finished and the next class, or clinic, or seminar begins as spare time. And in the evening, ' after eight grueling hours at these lovely towers, when one is organizing the next day's activities (or merely recuperating from today's); THEN is the time we can rel...
CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
CAMPUS MEMO March 14—9:00 St. Pat r i c k's Dance at 610 Parnassus. March 18—8.00 p.m. at Kappa Psi House, Saints, Sinners and Skeptics: Rev. Fordyce Eastburn will speak on "The Spiritual* Neads of the Sick." March 18—12:00, Noon Concert . in Classroom B, Medical School Building. March 19—1:00 p.m. Noon Topics. Moffitt Hospital Cafeteria. March 19—2:00 p.m. Charter Day Ceremonies at Millberry Union Gymnasium. March 25—12:00 Noon Concert. March 26—1:00 p.m. Noon Topics.
P. T. Class Ice Cream Party [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
P. T. Class Ice Cream Party Lacking only the little white wagon and set of bells, the Physical Therapy Class played the part of "the Good Humor Man," Jast Friday night. St a r 1 i t c West supplied two home-made ice cream mixers, and the necessary directions to get the job done: "Keep cranking or it will never freeze," were her encouraging comments after what seemd like hours of endless turning. Joan Thompson and Maiy Jane Wohletz will probably be eating ice cream and cookies for the next month, for you see, it was in their apartment on Parnassus that the production took place. It seems that, except for the aforementioned gala event, things have been pretty routine—Neurology, Therapeutic Exercise, Surgical Specialties, "you know what I mean?" P.S.—Could someone please tell me how to sterilize ice!
PAN AIR STEWARDESS TO SPEAK AT MED CENTER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
PAN AIR STEWARDESS TO SPEAK AT MED CENTER A Pan- American stewardess is the guest speaker for the Nursing Student Body Meeting to be held in the Auditorium of 610 Parnassus on Wednesday, March 19, at 7:00. Accompanying the speaker will be a 16 mm_ color movie filmed by Pan American Air Lines entitled, "Japan—So Small My Island." Japan, being one of the interesting stopovers in Pan Air Flights with its picturesque beauty, this night should prove very interesting. Also present at this meeting will be a representative of the Rummage Sale Center to answer questions concerning the Rummage Sale on May 9.
SYNAPSE CHANGE IN SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
SYNAPSE CHANGE IN SCHEDULE Because of the Easter recess, the next issue of Synapse will appear on March 28th instead of April 11th as originally planned. We have instituted a new system of mailing a letter and a postcard to each group on campus for each issue. FLEASJ READ THE LETTER AND RETURN THE CARD AS INSTRUCTED. The time it will take will be insignificant, the result will be a much better Synapse. The DEADLINE for the next, pa per is March 21. New cards will be in the matt tomorrow.
ST. PATRICK'S DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
ST. PATRICK'S DANCE The Nursing Student Body invites the Campus to a St. Patrick's Dance on Friday, March 14th. We hope to make it a March 14th that no one will forget. Bring your best St. Patrick's day greetings and enjoy our combo. refreshments&gt;*nd fun. It is free to all—couples, stags, and stray leprechauns. Wear comfortable, moderately casual clothes, and dance from nine till twelve. Don't miss a good time—6lo Parnassus Aye-, 7th floor, for a gala St. Patrick's party.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
MEDICAL CENTER STUDENT UNION CLE'S 834 Irving SE. 1-4154 ★ Jam Session every Sunday Night STADIUM GARAGE SMITH and FALKENSTEIN Wheel Aligning Brake Specialists Automotive Repair Automotive Transmission Specialists AAA Service 522 Frederick St. San Francisco 17 OVerland 1-5800 Who said there was nothing new under the sun? Wait until you see the new book and supply store in the Afillherry Union Until then... keep coming to the old Bear's Lair. Associated Students Medical Center , Books - Dental - Medical Supplies - Canteen —