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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958

■ , .i i G. E. SELF-SERVICE LAUNDERETTE 904 COLE STREET OVerland 1 -4476 WASH & DRIED — DRY CLEANING — FINISHED LAUNDRY Lowest Rate Satisfactory Service STADIUM GARAGE SMITH and FALKENSTEJN : - Wheel Aligning Brake Specialists Automotive Repair Automotive Transmission Specialists AAA Service 522 Frederick St. San Francisco 17 OVerland 1-5800 Guaranteed Protection for the Next Quarter Century! $200.00 per month to your beneficiary or A TOTAL POTENTIAL AMOUNT OF *60,000* If you had bought this life insurance protection yesterday and died last night. You can arrange for your beneficiary to receive either a cash settlement or a guaranteed monthly income. ' For example— If death occurs at Your beneficiary will OR the start of policy receive a cash $200 monthly incomeyear settlement of— > for I $44,820.00 25 years 6 37,920.00 20 years M 30,120.00 15 years 16 21,280.00 10 years FIXED ANNUAL COST FOR THIS PROTECTION Age 25—5126.20 (Rates for Age 30—5165.20 other ages ...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

THE SYNAPSE ' COPY 2 I I I I 111 11 I 3 « Support Your New Officers Take an Interest in Student Government U.C. MEDICAL CENTER No. 13 Vol. 2 San Francisco, May 9, 1958

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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THANKS FOR THE MEMORY A Letter From the ASUCMC President [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

THANKS FOR THE MEMORY A Letter From the ASUCMC President The calendar year is in its fifth month, the fiscal year will start in two months, the academic year has just another month of life, and the ASUCMC now starts another year. Candidates have been elected, offices are filled, and a new student council takes over the reins for a new and better year as the Medical Center pushes out anothei' 250 graduates. We are thankful. We first thank the people of the State of California for providing us with this Medical Center, the faculty for their interest in our education, and the administration for helping us to obtain the most benefit from available sources. We are thankful. We now thank the presidents of the Schools: Jim Leiberman, Medicine; Richard Jennings, Dentistry; Sandra Cadwallader and Mary Dilley, Nursing. We thank these people for the support and effort they put into the ASUCMC this year. We thank Joyce Daulton and Joan McHenry for being such able secretaries, Jim Leiberman for ...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
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A Message From the President Elect [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

A Message From the President Elect In -addressing the students of the Medical Center, I first want to ertprcss my appreciation and gratitude to the Nursing Student -Body for their expression of the confidence and trust they haveiplaced in me. It is certain ly an exciting and rewarding ex perfc nee to be working with the Sch< ol of Nursing, and I am sure that] the next year will prove to l>e an even greater challenge and opportunity to gain sincere friendships with the professional students and faculty on this campus and the other campuses of the University. Looking forward to next semester, we find three progressive developments in the student affairs of the Medical Center. First, the operation of the ASUMC Council under a revised Constitution, which we hope will prove to be a more reasonable working resource. Second, the orientation program, which is planned to familiarize new stu dents with the Medical Center. Third, and we hope the most significant, the fina...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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A MESSAGE FROM THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

A MESSAGE FROM THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE This year we had a peaceful revolution. When the sounds of verbal struggle and the toil of mighty penmanship were done, we ratified a better Constitution. Now the seven-year-old ASSM Council will consist of the officers of the four classes, with its executives chosen by student body election. The year's activities began with Freshman orientation: an hour of home- and lab-spun philosophy offered to the shining neophytes by the weathered elders of the Council. In October two of us reviewed the past four years before the Premedical Society in Berkeley. As a change of pace a dozen medical school chess enthusiasts more than met their match at San Quentin prison one memorable day. On a larger scale, we invited some of our favorite teachers to talk informally to the student body about Iheir specialties; eight speakers at each of two delightful evening meetings gave us candid, personal, deep impressions. Again our student faculty communications gained b...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
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President's Message from the School of Nursing [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

President's Message from the School of Nursing In February of 1958 I found myself faced with one of the most challenging positions on campus that of president of the School of Nursing. During the fall of 1957, the second term of Sandie Cadwallader's administration, great steps forward were taken in regards to three major areas our student government, ASUCMC government, and the Guy S. Mi 11 berry Union. At this time ouF-student body was l>cing well channelled to meet the changes and progresses which were to occur this spring and fall. In February the School of Nursing was pleased to welcome a new Dean —Dean Helen Nahm. It has t>een through such things as student-faculty committee and small group meetings with Dean Nahm that our student body has begun to understand the transitional state in which nursing finds itself. Our student body has engaged In numerous activities this semester, a few being: participation on Board of Governors for the union, evaluation of la...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE A.D.S. [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE A.D.S. On behalf of the Associated Dental Students it is the desire of your president to offer hearty thanks and a "well done" to the officers of the A.D.S. Gorry Geernaert has done a fine job as vice president, and we will all laugh each time we re- rail Pail Desmond and the enjoyable Dental Student Body evening that Jerry arranged. The Government has stood under our administration due to the purse strings being so well controller! by Miargy Mabson. Margy has performed her duties in a methodical, thorough manner—. always having good control over finances and records. Her cooperation in all of our projects is greatly appreciated. Last, but not least of the team has I>een Jan Walters Boyoe. She and her husband, along with an able committee, were responsible for the most enjoyable Spring, Formal this school has known. v Jan also cooperated with Gerry in the Student Body meeting. These students have served the general student body well, and deserve ...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER Son Francisco 22, California MOntroso 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morrie Corbet*, Assoc. Ed. Dentistry June RouncJy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Joanne Lilley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy Oottelj) Columnists. Jock Hockel RobeM Neumnvr: FoMcra and Cartoon*, Mi -dirttJ Illufl(ration, Marshall Turner; Snorts Editor, Mils Kukumura; Fhoto«;r*n»hcr, Jack Hocke); h>|torter*, sue Thoma.«, Pep stelier. Nancy Jamison, Pearl S'eale, Eva l*t Heide), l'iiiij;.:a Jleil, Gal] Im -ummoml. J-n-errlarj , J;tekie Roth. Put»'i.«hed biweekiv dunnp trie academic year by the Associated Students, U. C. Mfrdical (.'enter. SuhM-ri|ition price $2.00 per year by mail.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

EDITORIAL STI'DKNT (.OMIKNMKNT-A YEAR TO REMEMBER On page one ate the pictures of four people —four people who have headed a .student government which this last year has been mote effective than in any other year since World War Two. Last summer these people were confronted with a big job. Not only did they have the task of formulating and staging a successful series of social events, but also the task of integrating student opinion with faculty and alumni views into a workable constitution for the Millberry Union. To the names on page one we would like to add one more —that of Sandie Cadwallader, who served as nursing student body president until she graduated in January. Those who know Miss Cadwallader, we are sure, will agree with us when we say that she was one of the most inspired leaders to come along in a long time. Each president has in his own way expressed his thanks to the many people who have contributed time and effort to make his term of office successful. We would lik...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

"IT WAS PERFECT... GOOD FOOD.. BOURBON.. THEN HE UPS AND GOES TO THE DENTIST"

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR To the Editor: Your open letter to the representatives on the Millberry board of governors was both timely and to the point. It is time that something was said about the apathy displayed by the student body and its representatives. It seems as though, where the interests of the student body was so vitally concerned, they would make an effort to see .that they were properly represented. YOU say that ten student seats were created so that the sudent body would have a voting majority. We are defeating thai purpose, then, by not having proper representation. We are, however, as much at fault as are our representatives. Since the meetings of the board are open to us all it should be considered a privilege, or better, a fluty to attend these meetings and see what is going on. We would then' bo aware of our lack of representation and could do something to remedy this. We should be proud to be associated with an institution as fine as U.C.M.C. An "I don't care" attitud...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Honor Society Receives Members [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

Honor Society Receives Members Alpha Lambda chapter of Rho Chi, the National Pharmacy Honor Society, has welcomed eight new members into its ranks. At a recent initiation dinner held at the House of Lawton in San Francisco, president Al Addison, secretary Bob Mirigian, historian Calvin Lee and faculty advisor Dr. Frank Goyan participated in the ceremony enrolling Dick Andrade, Eva Field, Vince Gardner. Stan Goldstein, Yuichi Ito, Henry Libby, Joan Lilley, Gene Siu and Ernest Yotsuya in the University of California chapter of the organization. Most of the faculty members were present to witness the occasion. Dr. Heilands, Professor of Biochemistry at Berkeley and guest speaker for the evening, delivered a most interesting and provocative lecture on "The Origin of Life." At the conclusion of the ceremony, Dean Troy Daniels of the School of Pharmacy congratulated the new iniliales on their scholastic and professional achievements.

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School Pharmacy Elections [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

School Pharmacy Elections Ted Bachman, Junior in the School of Pharmacy, has been elected by the Pharmacy student body to serve as their president during the coming school year. A member of Phi Delta Chi fraternity. Ted has been active in student body, class, and American Pharmaceutical Association activities since he entered the professional curriculum. Working with him will be Jack Applegate as vice-president. In accordance with custom, the secretary, treasurer will be chosen from next year's incoming class. The senior class officers for 1958-59 are Harry Ambrunn, president; Fred Willson, vicepresident; and Lila Redlich, sec-retary-treasurer. The juniors will be led by Dermts 'Norftay,"" Milo AtkM, and Miriam Fukami in the same offices. Student Branch APhA officers - elect are Tom Roberts as president, Joan Lilley as secretary, and Joyce Taylor as treasurer, with a re-vote needed to break the deadlock beiween Harry A Vila and Gary McCown for the' office of vicepresident. Senior cl...

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Cancer Cells Independent'? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

Cancer Cells Independent '? On the Berkeley campus, Morgan Harris, Professor of Zoology reports that he has found evidence suggesting that cancer cells may behave independently of one another, unlike the normal cells of the body which are greatly influenced by the other cells around them. Professor Harris {'resented his report at a recent meeting of the Tissue Culture Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as a result of his current studies in cell growth. Growing cells, he said, have two methods of getting energy lor their activities: oxidation and gylcolysis. In glycolysis, energy is released when sugar molecules are split into two molecules of lactic acid. The zoologist has developed a method of measuring the lactic acid produced by cells grown on glass outside the body. The results show that production ot the acid is high only during the early phases of cell growth in tissue cultures, when the cells are more or less dissociated from one another. In the light of his research,...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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ON THE HILL Spring Is Here [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

ON THE HILL Spring Is Here by Jack Hockel and Bob Neumayr OVERHEARD IN AN ELEVATOR: As one rides the fine Tlevators of these ivory towers, there is ever on opportunity to eavesdrop and possibly pick up such interesting comments made by those being elevated; may we present a few? WOW! It's not hard to guess where you've been by the Acent of that formaldehyde in your clothes. Hey, are you guys going fishing with those tackle boxes ? Doctor Finch thought it was a thrombus, but you know how they try to impress you on rounds. Okay, Joe, you take that pipe up to fourteen and I'll •*eet you in the basement in fifteen minutes. *. * * ON THESE STUDENT APARTMENTS: Just.a few speculations . . . The view should be terrific . . . but a lot of irees will need to be removed up there (which is. such a shame; TS.F. can't afford to lose many trees; it's a crime what they're doing to Portola Aye.) . . . Commuters will only have about a half mile to go to Upper Edgewood; that/almost a brisk morning wal...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

CAMPUS MEMO May 12 —Lecture: "Some Prob- • lems in the Ecology of the Medical Student." Dr.' D. H. Funkenstein, 8:15 p.m.. Lane Hall, Stanford University School of Medicine. May 13 — Noon Concert, Classroom "B", 12-1 p.m. May 14—Noon Topic, Golden Gate Room, 1-1:30 p.m. May 20—Noon Concert. May 21—Noon Topic.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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O.K.U. Awards [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

O.K.U. Awards Eight members of the Senior Dental Class were invited to accept membership in Rho Rho Chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, the national dental honor society. This award is extended to those students who, over the four-year period, have maintained the highest scholastic record in their class. The annual award will be tendered to the following at a dinner meeting on June sth, to, be held at the Olympic Club. The award winners are: John Baccelli, William Dawson, Richard Ellis, James Law, Robert Laxineta, Edson Misener, Leonard Schmitt, Robert Smith.

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'The Male-Strom' [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

'The Male-Strom' MONTH'S BEST QUOTE: "Of course I love my boy friend— but I can't go around marrying every boy I'm in love with." FASHION: It's getting so you need a Ph.D. in nuclear physics to study the latest fashions. Science and clothing are working hand in glove and practically every new model has some new scientific application sewn into it. A whole parade of new lightweight, golf jackets are so advanced that they can very nearly play golf by themselves. They're feather-light in weight yet with enough body to keep warm on the first tee in the dawn's early light. Some are Ivy in styling and some reflect this season's trend towards brighter stylingplaid and striped patterns and cheerful Jinings. Some are with traditional lines and solid colors. All are treated to repel oil and water-borne stains. In 4ny case, even non-golfers can wear them.. WHAT SOPHOMORES SHOULD KNOW": Joe Garcia of Melbourne, Australia, once ate 480 oysters in 60 minutes without finding a single pearl. . . . ...

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Faculty. Students Attend Convention [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958

Faculty. Students Attend Convention The Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles was the site of the 105 th annual convention of the American Pharmaceutical Association during the week of April 20. The City of the Angels smiled a warm and sunny welcome to some 1,500 delegates from all parts of the country, including about ten faculty students and almost forty students from the University of California School of Pharmacy. Numerous research papers prepared by the U.C. Pharmacy school faculty were presented to the Scientific and Practical sections of the Association. At the same time, the related organizations of State Boards, Colleges of Pharmacy, Hospital Pharmacists, College of Apothecaries, Institute on the History of Pharmacy held conferences and meetings. The Student Section of the Association, only four years old but already well organized and very active, held two official meetings. Vince Severietti, delegate from U.C, participated in a panel discussion of the Student role in working for ...

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