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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958
HOFFMAN LA ROCHE. INC. * 1031 98TH AVENUE TR OAKLAND KARL A. KREIS ORTHODONTIA SUPPLIES 443 SUTTER ST. SU 1-3936 SAN FRANCISCO PARSONS OPTICAL LABORATORIES 518 Powell St. — EX 2-8442 2642 Ocean Aye. — LO 6-4064 San Francisco, Calif. — i ' '-■ — ... — WE ACCEPT ALL DISCOUNT-CARDS TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES We Stock: Royal, Remington, Smith-Corona, R. C. Allen, Victor, Odhner We Service All Mokes—Cosh and Carry Discounts American Typewriter Company 2247 Market St. Bet. 15th and 14th Sfs. San Fronelseo UNderhlll 1-4471 May 15-16 TRAVEL IN TEMPO Com* "Travel in Tempo" with the University of California student nurses, for their annual Spring Sing. Bring your Fielding's, Travel Guide on Thursday and Friday, May 15 and 16, to the 610 Dorm, 7th floor, at 8:00 p.m. Traveling tn tempo you will enjoy song and dances from France, Spain, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, China, Hawaii, and other popular tourist spots. Come enjoy o colorful evening and an Expense-free Holiday the 1958 Spring Sing
'Consistent Discipline' For Children [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958
'Consistent Discipline' For Children In describing the basis of emotional well being in early childhood. Dr. Thomas M. Poffenberger of the Homo Economics staff at Davis said that children need guidance and consistent discipline in order to feel secure. They want to know what limits are placed on their behavior. "Children like to feel that their parents are in charge," says Poffen berger. "Youngsters," he said, "are very well aware that they do not have the maturity to regulate thpir own lives." U children are allowed to do just as they please, he said, they may begin '° wonder if their parents carp what becomes of them. "Perhaps there's no greater human need than to know we're wanted. We should tell our children that we love them. We verbalize our criticism; why not our praise?" Poffenberger, who" teaches child development and family relationship course, declared children need recognition for their activities, They also need the opportunity to develop their greatest potential. To ma...
Book Store Moves to Union [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958
Book Store Moves to Union STUDENT STORE—THE END OF AN ERA In today's mail we received a bill and a letter from Dr. Steninger, the graduate manager of the "Associated Students Medical Center Store," no doubt you also received the same letter. In it was stated the necessity of "paying up" before the store closes its door for ever on June 30. Over the past thirty years liberal credit has been extended to students because of the confidence placed in them by the store. During the years of its operation over four million dollars of business has been transacted—less than one thousand dollars has been written off as bad debts. Everyone here on the hill is aware that the store has been operated as a student enterprise under a graduate manager's direction. Under this manager's careful scrutiny a margin of profit was maintained in order to pay for a better tomorrow. Well over $200,000 has been deposited with the Regents to help pay for the Union. Additional sums have been deposited in banks an...
Alcolholism and Responsibility [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958
Alcolholism and Responsibility What an alcoholic needs more than anything else is a "responsibility pill"—to integrate him with reality, improve his behavior and reduce his imprudence. Dr. Keith S. Ditman, Director of the Alcoholism Research Clinic at the Medical School, Los Angeles, expressed this view in evaluating the hazards and disadvantages of sedatives and tranquilizers. Discussing the use of drugs in alcoholism before the recent meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Dr. Ditman pointed out that often an alcoholic leans on something or someone to aid him with his problems. The goal of the psychiatrist in treating an alcoholic is to make him a responsible person, who can stand on his own two feet. If he offers him a drug, for example, a tranquilizer, he may be giving him only another crutch. Alcohol is the senior citizen of tranquilizers, he noted. Drink or drug—they do basically the same thing—reduce anxiety. Tranquilizing drugs accomplish this without befuddleme...
KUL TOKE KORNER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958
KUL TOKE KORNER ON STAGE: On the Professional level, the Civic Light Opera Season opens with Frank Loesser's play, The Most Happy Fell* at the Curran Theater. If ticket sales and past Broadway acceptance Is any indication of how good a play might be, then this one should not be missed. Robert Weede plays the title role, with Richard Torigi alternating with him. The role is too difficult for one performer to play every night. Other members of the cast include Jo Sullivan, Art Lund, Helon Blount, Dean Dittman, and Dma Falcone. There are still some seats available. At the Geary Theater is Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize winning play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. It is also winner of the New York Critics Award. Victor Jory plays the title role in this one, supported by Jean Innes, Olga Bellin, and Bill Daniels. A little 7% year old Alameda girl, Janet Marie Center makes her stage'debut in this play. In each city where the company presents the play, a local girl is chosen for the part of Tr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 May 1958
FOOD FAIR MEAT MARKET ARNOLD ESCHMANN 1392 Ninth Avenue SE 1-9881 Son Francisco' Stadium Self-Service Laundry 518 Frederick St., nr. Stanyan Phone: OV 1-8600 WASH and DRY, DRY CLEANING. FINISHED LAUNDRY Free Parking in Rear WESTWARD ~ DENTAL PRODUCTS CO. 1037 Polk Street GR 4-7174 San Francisco G. E. SELF-SERVICE LAUNDERETTE 904 COLE STREET OVerland 1-4476 WASH &amp; DRIED — DRY CLEANING — FINISHED LAUNDRY Lowest Rate . Satisfactory Service &lt;
MILLBERRY UNION NEARING COMPLETION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
MILLBERRY UNION NEARING COMPLETION Research and preliminary thinking as far as planning the Millberry Union started many years ago. Early conceptions as to building needs changed from year to year with the .general growth of the Medical Center, and as more and more needs came into being, it became apparent that here would be a building which would have within its walls more diversified facilities than one might expect, to say the least. Milton T. Pflueger, Architect for the Herbert C. Moffitt Hospital, worked with the Administration, Staff and Campus Committees through all the years of program development, and •in 1953 was appointed Architect for the "Combined Structure" as the Union then became technically designated, by virtue of the many facilities proposed therein. In planning a structure of such magnitude as to include a Nurse's Residence, Intern's Residence, Faculty - Student Union and a Garage, many challenges were presented. It was necessary to plan the structure on a very s...
Waller Singer Wins Pharmacy Award [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
Waller Singer Wins Pharmacy Award Mr. Walter Singer, Acting Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, has been named as recipient of the Lunsford Richardson Pharmacy Award, sponsored by Vick Chemical Company, Wm. S. Merrell Company, and National Drug Company. Mr. Singer, who has completed the requirement for his Ph.D. degree, submitted to the contest"* condensed version of his doctoral thesis, "The Effect of Phenylurethane on Synchronous Cell Division," the results of his research on reproduction in protozoans. Mr. Singer is a native of Michigan, and received his B. A. degree in the field of Zoology from the University of Michigan, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. After receiving his M.A. degree from U.C., Berkeley, he studied pharmacy at Albany College of Pharmacy, New York, where he received the B.S. dc- gree. Returning to the University of California, he undertook graduate work in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. He has been elected to Rho Chi, national pharma...
Gold Headed Cane Ceremony [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
Gold Headed Cane Ceremony The annual Gold Headed Cane presentation, with its associated ceremonies for the fourth-year School of Medicine class will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 11, in the San Francisco State College auditorium. Principal speaker will be Dr. Maxwell Wintrobe. Ceremonies are open to the public. The Gold Headed Cane is awarded to the members of the graduating class who, in the judgment of his teachers and classmates, has best represented the qualities of the true physician in his clinical work. The five seniors chosen by their classmates in the first ballot are: Robert Campbell, Willard Daggett, Stanley Fahn, Ottiwell Jones, and Lloyd Old.
AS IT LOOKS FROM HERE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
AS IT LOOKS FROM HERE By ROGER KISNER After three months of meetings of the Board ot Governors and the virtual completion of the Union, it may be well to try to summarize the work of the Board to get a perspective on what our representatives have or have not done. One of the first decisions and about the most important one was to let the University run the lounge, cafeteria, and recreation areas through the Board, instead of letting the Board own the Union outright. The biggest headache, and the one which has "been taking the most time is the budget situation. It is felt by those who are able to figure this sort of thing, that the cafeteria will have to break about even or show a small profit for the over-all Union operation to make ends meet. There is a variety of opinions about how well the cafeteria will draw, but the overhead will remain about the same no matter how many people are fed. It is anticipated that the Book Store will show a modest profit, and this coupled with the st...
Meet Bud Alexander [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
Meet Bud Alexander Mr. Norvell "Bud" Alexander, new Union Recreation Director (no relation to the Union Director, Bob Alexander) is our new Recreation Director—the man who will be in charge of the athletic facilities at the Union when it opens its doors in September. Bud's duties will take in the gymnasium, swimming pool, squash courts, billiard room, table tennis room, and the exercise room, as well as supervise the employees in the gym wing. Bud seems to be well qualified for his position; he is currently a Recreation Director for the City of Oakland, and he has been a varsity letterman of the San Francisco City College and San Francisco State basketball arid gymnastic teams. He holds a degree in S.F. State's recreation curriculum of the physical education department and is currently working on his master's thesis. Bud is also a qualified swimming instructor. He plans to move back to San Francisco with his wife and son to take up his new duties in July. Bob Alexander spent quite a...
Union Board Meeting Events [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
Union Board Meeting Events The fifth meeting of the Guy S. Millberry Union Board of Governors was held on May seventh. The big news was that the Regents had accepted the Union as of the sixth of May, but the contractors still had some work to complete, so moving will not begin until July first. Present plans are not to open the Union until the first week of the Fall semester when Bob Alexander, the Union Director, is planning to have a gala opening. The budget was again discussed, but no action was taken to change the annual dues from $7.50 per semester. Two committees of the Board were formed, the Book Store Committee and the Food Service Advisory Committee. The Book Store Committee will investigate prices and markups on books and equipment. It seems there is the definite problem of the wholesalers refusing to supply equipment at wholesale prices. It was decided in connection with the Book Store to continue to give a ten per cent rebate for cash purchases on all items which can be ...
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco 22, California MOntro** 1-0210 Donald R. Swatman, Editor Morrie Corbett, Assoc. Ed. Dentistry June Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing" Joanne Lilley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy (iusslp Columnists, Jack Hockel, Robert Neumayr; Posters and Cartoons, Medical Illustration, Marshall Turner; Sports Editor, Mlts Fukumura; Photographer, Jack HOOKM, lb-porters, Sue Thomas, Peg Bteller. Nancy Jamison, Pearl Scale, Eva Lee Heldel, Barbara Hell, Gall Drummond. Secretary, Jackie Roth. Puonsned Dlweekly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U. C. Medical Center. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mall.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
EDITORIAL GRADUATION Another year, another graduating class, another graduation ceremony at Berkeley. For years this form of graduation ceremony has disturbed many of the students on this campus and once again this year the same question is being asked "Why not graduation over here as a separate function?" To this there is only a tentative answer at present—namely, without a physical facility to stage such a ceremony it would be out of the question, however, now that we have the Union there is the possibility that a separate ceremony can be arranged. The ceremonies committee on this campus will have to work out the details, but the students can be assured that work.is definitely being done and the university is sympathetic to such a change. We predict that the change will be made within a year or two at the latest. SYNAPSE—NEXT YEAR This is the last issue for this semester, we have successfully published 14 editions since last September. We hope we have increased your awareness of t...