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Meet the Press [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
Meet the Press Next semester Synapse will be staffed by a new group of students. The Editor, taking over for Don Swatman, is Woody Geller, a Sophomore Dental Student. He will be*assisted by Leo Tarantino, also a Sophomore Dental Student, who has had previous newspaper experience. We are happy to have him with us and between them, Synapse should grow to greater success. Yasin Balbaky is a Junior Medical Student who will be the Associate Editor for his school. He will be assisted by members of each class within the school. Anyone interested in serving on the Synapse staff is welcome. There are always jobs to do, from pasting up layouts, to typing, to going out and getting The work involves a minimum of time, and can be quite en- joyable. If you would like to work but have never gotten around to letting us know, stop by the office and leave your name and address under the door. Remember, Synapse is your paper—get behind the new staff and help make it the best newspaper at any Medical C...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Editor: I would like to recognize publicly Dr. Gordon Agnew of the School of Dentistry for his magnificent contributions to community enlightment. Chairman of the 14th Mental Health Asilomar Conference of the California Association for Mental Health, Dr. Agnew received a standing ovation at its close last Sunday from the 300 enthusiasts who attended the conference. His energetic, thoughtful and "creative efforts were manifest in an atmosphere of provocative lectures and discussion, a stimulating program for the youngsters, chamber music concerts and other recreation —all pertinent to the immense questions about "Mental Health in a World of Conflict." Dr. Agnew deserves further recognition as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Radio Station KPFA in Berkeley. This renowned venture in intelligent and mature non-commercial broadcasting this year won the Peabody Award for public service radio. Congratulations, Dr. Agnew, on your vision and ability, so generously ...
School of Nursing Retiring Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
School of Nursing Retiring Faculty Two outstanding members on the University of California School of Nursing faculty will be terminating their work here on July 1. Miss Amy A. MacOwan and Miss Olive E. Walkley have contributed much to the development and insight in the School's program by participating in the curriculum project of the School of Nursing. Miss MacOwan, M.A. &amp; Ed.D., Teacher's College, Columbia University, has held positions in staff nursing, school nursing, and public health nursing in various parts of the United States before coming to the University of California. She has been with the School of Nursing since 1942 during which time she became Associate Professor of Nursing and later Assistant Dean of the School of Nursing on the Berkeley campus. Her instruction in public health nursing has been primarily to graduate nurses in Berkeley. She s_rved as Chairman of the Administrative Com- mittee of the School of Nursing which functioned in lieu of a dean fro...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
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ON THE HILL Another Term Consumated [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
ON THE HILL Another Term Consumated by Jack Hockel and Bab Neumayr SOUTH SEEINGS: The week-end of May 10th witnessed the height of spring social activities on Parnassus Heights which took the customary form of South Seas parties of divers sorts The Delt party—which is always the grandest one of the year, began at 6:30 with a Luau prepared by chef Jack Cleveland and his assistants to set off the evening. The Luau was followed by entertainment in the form of Hula dancing and, later, dancing for all toHawaiian music.. . . The Kappa Psi highlighted the decor foV their Calypso with a real pond lit by ultra-violate lights. . . . The house was well prepared for the invasion of the islanders with little huts in which the luau was served. . . . The Zip Party had a theme of "Around the World," being decorated with travel posters, and showcased a combo fronted by a flute-player (something interesting, this!) IN UNITY THERE IS STRENGTH: And in the new student union, which will be open for us in...
An Open Letter To My Draft Board [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
An Open Letter To My Draft Board Medical students are asked to notify their Selective Service Boards within five days after receiving the M.D. degree. My conscience dictates the following: Physicians volunteer to bear concern for people's lives, their health, their secret thoughts: we take the Hippocratic Oath. It is difficult to live by that—to watch a cancer patient waste away; to nurture imbeciles and idiots and speechless spastic children; to tube-feed senseless human vegetables who lie in bed for months surrounded by their wilting families; to refuse to help a high-school girl abort her tragic pregnancy. It is difficult, but a fitting part of a doctor's reverence for life, and his integrity depends on that. But integrity demands much more than that from him and every human being. I will go along with priest and judge and citizen who say I must not take a life no matter how I feel about it; but that is not all. I will support the idea that man cannot be responsible to judge anot...
Dr. Bowman Honored [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
Dr. Bowman Honored A portrait of Dr. Karl M. Bowman was presented to the University of California yesterday in ceremonies at the Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute. It is the gift of a large group of the distinguished psychiatrist's friends and colleagues. Dr. Bowman is professor of psychiatry, emeritus, at the University of California Medical Center and retired medical superintendent of the Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute. Officiating at the presentation were Dr. Alexander Simon, chairman of the department of psychiatry and present medical superintendent of the -Institute; Dean J. B. deC. M. Saunders of the UC. School of Medicine; Dr. Marshall Porter, director of the California Department of Mental Hygience, which operates the Institute in affiliation with the University; and Dr. Langley Porter, dean emeritus of the School of Medicine, for whom the Institute was named. Dr. Bowman, a 1913 graduate of the U.C. School of Medicine, returned to the Medical Center in 194...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
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CONGRATULATIONS AND SUCCESS IN YOUR NEW STUDENT UNION SPORTS Phi Delts, Med Center Champions [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 May 1958
CONGRATULATIONS AND SUCCESS IN YOUR NEW STUDENT UNION SPORTS Phi Delts, Med Center Champions By MITS FUKUMURA The Phi Delts, undefeated in the second half of the season, went on to take undisputed first place and the championship of the intramural basketball league. They were pressed throughout the season by the Zips and LDS's; but they played steady ball under pressure and came out on top with a fine record of 17-3. As a matter of fact, the Phi Delts play better under pressure; and at the end of the season, they appeared unbeatable. They will receive the perpetual trophy which was won by the Soph Meds last year. Both the LDS's and Zips had a great season with records of 15-5 and 14-6, respectively. The Psi O's, after a slow start at the beginning of the season, ended very strong with a 11-10 record. They were probably the most improved team in the league. The Soph Meds, Kappa Psi's and Delts ended the season with approximately the same records. Although these teams didn't have as m...