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English Pharmacist Visits Campus [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
English Pharmacist Visits Campus Dr. Arnold H. Beckett, faculty member of Chelsea ' College of Science and Technology of London, England, last week conducted two seminars sponsored by the School of Pharmacy. One discussion was centered about his specialty, on which he has done world-recognized research —chemical relationships in the'action ef synthetic analgetics. The other topic, equally interesting and of great present-day importance and application, was concerned with the mode of action between bacteria and antibacterials. Dr. Beckett graduated from the University of London School of Pharmacy in 1942, and served on the- staff in Pharmaceutical Chemistry there until he received a Ph.D. degree in 1950. Since that time, he has been a senior lecturer in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Research Director in that department at Chelsea College. During his leave of absence this year, he has been continuing his research work at Smith, Kline,and French Laboratories in Philadelphia. He has spok...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor: Just in case you have a sliver of white space in Synapse to spare, I would like to comment on Yasin Balbaky's "Murder and the Social Unit," which appeared in the March 14th issue. . Mr. Balbaky seems to have missed the whole remarkable point of the Stanford murder case. He deplores so much, is so busy, in fact, deploring almost everything about our "modern society," that he fails to recognize the other side of the coin. In what earlier phase of history would the father of the murder victim seek help for the murderer, rather than his destruction?, Is this an indication of a "sick" society? Murders have always been committed; murder Is nothing new and is not a "side effect" of the 'Machine Age' or 'Age of Industrialization,' as Mr. Balbaky seems to contend. History, modern and ancient, has had its full share of murder, both motivated and -apparently senseless ones, and there is really nothing so very remarkable about the fact that they continue to be...
Anesthesiologist Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Anesthesiologist Appointed Dr. Stuart C. Cullen, one of the country's most distinguished anesthesiologists, has been appointed professor of anesthesia and chairman of that department in the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco. Dean J. B. d«C. M. Saunders announced yesterday that Dr. Cullen will assume his 'new duties on July 1. # Dr. Cullen, 49, is now professor of surgery and anesthesiology at the State University of lowa College of Medicine. He has been chairman of the division of anesthesiology there since 1938. curare and other muscle relaxants in anesthesia; the effects of drugs on respiratory, function; the gas content oil bjood under varying conditionsrand the physiological effects--of xenon and other inert, gases, including use of xenon in anesthesia. The new U.C. chairman is regarded as one of the four or five leading anesthesiologists in the United States, Dr. Saunders .said. He is director of the American Board of Anesthesiology, the examing board f...
ON THE HILL Up, Down, and Around THE HILL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
ON THE HILL Up, Down, and Around THE HILL by Jack Hockel and Bob Neumayr CHARTER DAY EN THE UNION: With a program that was spirited by the singing of Dr. George Steninger, Fatherf of-the-Union, the Charter Day of this University was 'observed by a Medical Center which had its first chance to observe its new union ... the gym was filled to capacity (and that's a lot); it's a fine gym and will be serving many purposes with the plans of operation which are being orI ganized ... it may even serve to improve the physical health of our students (if they find the time to use It). It's common knowledge how little exercise we are all "accustomed to; aside from opening doors and pushing elevator buttons there's not an awful lot of it... all we need is that mystical &gt; thing called SPARE TIME. A VD3W FROM EVERY ASPECT: San Francisco has almost as many different views, as bars. But certain scenery is as good from dark to dawn as it is from dawn to dark . . . . Certain mortals build sh...
Student Church Groups Saints, Sinners and Skeptics [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Student Church Groups Saints, Sinners and Skeptics Saints, Sinners, and Skeptics have elected their officers for this semester. They are as fol- * lows: Chairman, Shirley Albright; Program Chairman, Sylvia Fernald; Secretary-Treasurer, Adele Teza; Publicity, Norma Parker and Ruth Louis; Historian, Jeanne Gansel. Their i.ext h meeting will be on April 15th, r and further information as to place of meeting and guest speaker will be announced in the next • issue of the paper.
CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
CAMPUS MEMO March 28 —Food Service Survey Due. March 31 —April 5, Spring Recess. April 6—Easter Sunday. April 7 —Petitions available for Dental Student Body offices. President, Vice-President, Sec-retary-Treasurer, and Social Chairman. Either from Dean of Dentistry or Class presidents. April 11, 5:00 p.m.—Deadline (or Dental Student Body petitions. Return to Dean's office. SYNAPSE WISHES EVERYONE A HAPPY EASTER!! See you April 6th Another great lime was had by all tha nks to the nurses, who planned and put on a very nice St. Pat's dance at the 610 Parnassus dorm. (Photo by Ted Nakata)
California Pharmacy Dean Honored by Wyeth Laboratories [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
California Pharmacy Dean Honored by Wyeth Laboratories BSan Francisco, March 20 —Dr. Troy C. Daniels, dean of c School of Pharmacy of the University of Californiaa, was honored here recently for his 35 years of service to the pharKeutical profession. An oil painting of Dean Daniels was presented to him by Wyeth Laboratories at a combined dinner meeting of the Northern California Hospital Pharmacists and the Northern California Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association, held in Laurel Hall. Dr. J ; . B. deC. M. Saunders, chairman of the University of California administrative committee and Dean of the School of Medicine, accepted the portrait on behalf of the university. It will be hung in the School of Pharmacy. In making the presentation, D. O. Wilson, Wyeth divisional manager, declared that Dean Daniels' "years of service and excellence of performance have accrued to the entire profession, far beyond the borders of California." "Dean Daniels," continued Mr. Wilson, "has co...
Plans for Rummage Sale Progressing [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Plans for Rummage Sale Progressing On Wednesday, March 19, the Nursing School had their bimonthly Student Body Meeting. Along with Pan American Airlines entertainment, the girls were spoken to by Pat Herring, owner of Patrick's Rummage Center, 999 McAllister Street, S.F. where the students will hold their May 9th sale. Her mission was to supply the girls with information on how to carry out a successful and profitable rummage sale. This was done very capably and much enthusiasm was generated throughout the group of student nurses. As for other rummage sale activities, the girls have been quite busy creating posters and notices concerning the sale. These have been placed in various places with the intent of supplying the Medical Center population with accurate Information so that all philanthropists can help these hard working student nurses with their sale. If you are feeling in a charitable mood, please let the students know.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
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Phi Delts Take League Lead [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Phi Delts Take League Lead The intramural league lead, which was formerly occupied by the Zips, has now been taken over byTfhe Phi Delts. The latter have won five straight games in five outings and appear to be gaining more momentum with each game. They are led by Gary Haase with his deadly jumpshots. Backing up Hasse with scoring, as well as with rebounding power, are Fred Wilson and Bill Piper. All these men form a rough combination for any of the teams in the league to beat. The Zips have gotten off to a bad start this semester by losing three of their four games. They forfeited one of their games to the Sr. Pharmacy; lost another 4o the Psi O's without the services of their star, Hap Stallman, and iwere defeated by the Phi Delts by one point. The latter game was a walk-away for the Phi Delts in the first half as they led by 20 points. However, In the second half, Stallman went to work with his cool "a la Baylor" jump shot and put the Zips back in the game. Norm McDonald helped S...
KULTURE KORNER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
KULTURE KORNER Noon Topics • Last Wednesday Dr. Jurgen Ruesch addressed a SRO audience on the subject of "NonVerbal Communication." His lecture was, completely fascinating throughout, and he covered a topic which affects all of us in many ways. He began the discussion with a brief history of communicatiion of man from the period of the Neanderthal man to the present time. He covered the development of written communication, first through pictographs, then to ideaographs, and finally to the record of speech sounds instead of picture concepts. Dr. Ruesch covered the changing needs of civilization, and went on to say that our under- .. standing, like a mechanical computer, is based either on' analogic principles, that is, principles based on models or pictures; or on digital principles, i.e. mathematical computations, Verbal or ..digital processes. These principles are each good in their own respect, and -neither principle, is adequate in itself. Modern man tends toward the digital pri...
King Bacchus [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
King Bacchus _ _ The A.S.U.C.M.C. announces* their forthcoming Bacchus Dance, which will be held on April 19th. The dance will be on a Saturday night, from 9:00 to 1:00 at the Hotel Richelieu. Tickets will go on sale at the end of f Easter vacation at the price of $4.50. ■■■ .. King Bacchus will again be elected to reign as he has in the past. The dance is an annual affair c sponsored by the Associated Students of the University of California Medical Center. .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
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