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THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-0210 Woody Geller, Editor Ernie Rossi, Managing Editor Jackie Roth, Secreta/v Ted Nakata, Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Yasin Balbaky, Assoc. Editor, Medicine Lila Redlich, Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Trixie McHarg, Assoc. Editor, Nursing Posters and Cartoons. Medical Illustration, Marsh Turner and Bob Wonrj; Photographer, Ted Nakat,i; Reporters: Roijer Kisner, Leo Tarantino, Roger Tennyson, Mac Takahashi, Linda Shore, Mickey Kanentaru, and Shannon Wona; Snorts Editor, Hiro Miyahara. Published biweekly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mail.
EDITORIAL "THE FUTURE" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
EDITORIAL "THE FUTURE" Financial security at last—For the present year, at least, Synapse will have no trouble paying its bills. At the last meeting of the Board of Governors it was voted to finance Synapse for at least this year. It is good to know that the need for a newspaper at the Medical Center has finally been recognized. It is our responsibility to justify this expenditure by producing a worthwhile publication. This is a task which cannot be performed by just a few. This is an activity by the students and for the students. Student help is still needed. May I urge you once again to come in and devote a small part of your time to the publication of Synapse. You may have noticed that the last issue was a week late and contained numerous errors. This was unavoidable. Due to the illness of some members of the staff, and no help from other sources, the entire load fell on two people. This, coupled with the late submission of copy threw us behind schedule resulting in a week's dela...
THE UNITED CRUSADE: Your 'One Big Give' for 1958 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
THE UNITED CRUSADE: Your 'One Big Give' for 1958 The campus drive for the 1958 United Crusade is your annual opportunity to help support the work of some 250 Bay Area welfare and service agencies. A few points to remember: 1. The Medical Center has long been outstanding in the high proportion of its staff and employees who give to the United Crusade. Let's keep it up. 2. Success of the Crusade depends on your giving, and giving your fair share. It will be easier for you to give as much as you'd like to if, instead of making one cash donation, you pledge to make several contributions at intervals throughout the year. 3. Your donation through your Medical Center solicitor is the only one you will be asked to make. You won't be asked to give again at home, even if you live in another county. 4. That pledge card isn't doing anyone any good while it sits on your desk. Fill it out and get it in!
NOON CONCERTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
NOON CONCERTS The Noon Concert of October 2H was an excellent program of vocal duets by Louise Carpenter and Dorothy Rowland. Mildred Strand accompanied them on the piano. These artists are pupils of Mrs. Mary Groom Jones, who is on the music faculty of Ihe University of California in Berkeley. Today's concert will be held in the Music Room of the Millberry Union for the first time. It is hoped that it may prove better than Room B of the Old Medical School building where the con certs are currently being held. The program will consist of selections by Bach. Imbrie. and Bee- thoven, with Findlay Cockrell as the featured artist on the piano. Mr. Cockrell is winner of the Hertz Memorial Scholarship, and will soon be leaving for New York City to begin his study under this scholarship. On November 11, the program will be performed by Judy Maas, the soprano who sang at the first Noon Concert program last November. This concert will be given in Classroom B. The programs are open to all who...
Library Paging of House Staff and Clinicians [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
Library Paging of House Staff and Clinicians The pagemaster electronic system has now been installed in the library for the paging of clinicians and house staff who working with patients and may be expecting emergency calls. The number of instruments is limited and therefore, must be reserved only for emergency calls. The system is one of signals and does not permit the transmission of messages. The doctor must communicate with telepage to receive his message. Best results will be obtained if the doctors will observe the following procedure: 1. Before coming to the library, inform your source of information to communicate with telepage if you are to be called. 2. Register at the information desk in the library for a pocket instrument. If you have not already informed telepage of your whereabouts then do so from the library telephone. 3. When you receive signal, please go to nearest doctor's phone and call telepage. (There is a doctor's phone on each floor of the library.) 4. When yo...
WANTED: One Gabber [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
WANTED: One Gabber In the last issue of Synapse it was promised that "On The Hill" would be returning in this issue. It seems though, I ha t Jack Hockel and Bob Neumayr are now Seniors, and they have just discovered that being a senior is not as easy as beinj,' a junior. In fact, being a senior just doesn't leave much in the way of spare time, period. Since it takes time to get the news, and then to write it up in a column of this type Jack and Bob just don't feel that they can do it. This leaves us with a sad predicament. A good number of comments have been received about "On The Hill," and everyone seems to want it, or a column of that type in the paper. Our problem—who to get to write it. If any ambitious students (from any school) wish to try their hand at column writing, we would appreciate hearing from them, and letting them try their hand.
Bewitching Hormone [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
Bewitching Hormone When Odysseus sailed past the Sirens, he plugged the ears of his crew with wax and had himself bound to the mast so that he might enjoy the siren songs, yet remain in safety. Now the Homeric charmers have been recalled to name a sex hormone just purified by Dr. Leonard Machlis of the department of botany, University of California, Berkeley. The hormone, from the water mold Allomyces, is produced by female garnets, attracts male matetes, and is called, aptly, sirenin.
Ants and Intellectuals [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
Ants and Intellectuals By YASIN BALBAKY opinion one doesn't have to know Greek philosophy to be a good doctor, executive, or a physicist. It is so time consuming to get a good education, and what do you get in return?— Nothing. In fact, an executive at times is better off without such an education." I had been participating in the conversation, but at this point I lapsed into silence. It was the first time in my life that I the word "intellectual" used with the intended connotation. "This is how language evolves" I reflected with enchantment, but also with distress. The speaker, without knowing it, was expressing a most intriguing trend in the thoughts of our times. Of course it is better to have an unsophisticated executive who can sit at his desk every day drawing charts and computing Chi Squares about his employees, buyers, machines, and production. It is good to have such a devoted and efficient man as long as the sole purpose of education becomes clearly identified as that of p...
Indonesian Art Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
Indonesian Art Exhibit An exhibit of contemporary and traditional Indonesian art is on display through November 7, at the Guy S. Millberry Union, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. The collection contains more than 110 selected art objects, including paintings, wood and bone carvings, silverwork, fabrics and handicrafts. The public is invited without charge. The Millberry Union is on Parnassus Avanue at Arguello Boulevard, San Francisco. Hours are noon to 8 p.m. The exhibit is sponsored by the U.C. - University of Indonesian project in medical education and by the Doctors' Wives Association of U.C. Medical Center. The collection was lent through the courtesy of the Ambassador and Consul of Indonesia.
Newman Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
Newman Club "Can Man Create Life?" is the title of a lecture to be given by Dr. Elmer Gelinas at the Guy S. Millberry Union (Room 22), Wednesday evening, November 15, at 8:00 p.m. y The Newman Club, sponsor of the program extends an invitation to all the students and faculty members of the U.C. Medical Center to be present. In the course of the lecture the comparative positions of Science, Philosophy and Theology as regards the possibility of life coming from non-living things will be discussed. A question period will follow the formal lecture. Dr. Elmer Gelinas Js an associate professor of Philosophy at the San Francisco College for Women and the University of San Francisco. He received his doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Toronto. The appearance of Dr. Gelinas makes the second lecturer sponsored on Campus this year by the U.C. Medical Center Newman Club. In February the Newman Club sponsored Dr. Mortimer J. Adler. His lecture on "The Questions Science Cannot Answer" ...
Spotlight on Senior Nurses [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
Spotlight on Senior Nurses Those two Navy Cadet Nurses have promised themselves to careers even more permanent than that found in the Navy ... on October 2, June Boundy announced her engabement to Tom Tozer, who is in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program; on October 15, Mary Douglass announced her engagement to Harvey Woodly of the U.S.N. In this same vein, Jeanine Shippey announced her pinning to Mike Clark, a sophomore dental student. Congratulations to you all. Dolores Ambrosini will relinquish the top place on the 3rd year nurses roll, Saturday, October 18, when she and Don Price will be married. Much happiness, Dolores and Doff! In the news . . . Dora Harris is one of a group of eight young Californians selected as California 1959 International Farm Youth Exchange candidates. This program is designed to "help develop international understanding and to work toward world peace" by allowing young people from farms In the United States to live and work on farms in other countries, and fo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
MEDICAL CENTER CHORAL SOCIETY REHEARSALS Wednesday and Friday— 12:20-1:00 P.M. Steninger Gymnasium — Millberry Union Beginning: Tuesday, October 28th STUDENTS — FACULTY EMPLOYEES Invited to Participate R. Gordon Agnew, Director Do You Think for Yourself ? (IOSSSSSt) CJ \ Would you turn down an unusual YES | I NO | I Do you instinctively feel a qualm v I II 1 Sr£-3 opportunity if it would alter a 'I 1 I | J?WM&amp;%%&amp; when you walk under a ladder? I | | | \ preconceived plan for the future? " &amp; a, -=*"?;» r. tfA &amp;£&amp;% o-J'""b"° t~&gt; t i j i- v ■ , , . &lt;-2??* v rVH H When introduced to important people, I I _.„! 1 Do you feel your education would YEs ri No n £kSs*L&amp;* do you act a role which is quite YES LJ NO IJ suffer if books and notes were LJ L_J different from the real you? J allowed at examinations? /$&amp;) Do y° u think that a P ublic official varc I 1 k,o I 1 /f^W " //Wpfc n someone...
SPORTS FROSH., SOPH., SENIOR MEDS. WIN BASKETBALL OPENERS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
SPORTS FROSH., SOPH., SENIOR MEDS. WIN BASKETBALL OPENERS By HIRO MIRAHARA The independent intramural basketball league got under way on Monday night, Oct. 27. All games played that night were practice games with league play to begin on Nov. 3. There are seven teams entered in the independent league. These include: Buildings and Grounds, Freshman Meds., Sophomore Meds., Senior Meds., U.C.H. House Staff, L.D.S., and Faculty. All independent league games will be played on Monday nights. Opening night play found the Senior Meds. beating the Faculty, 40-32, the Freshman Meds. rolling over the U.C.H. House Staff, 49-24, and the Sophomore Meds. edging L.D.S., 33-32. The game between the Senior Meds. and the Faculty was close all the way as the Meds. had to fight off a determined crew of Faculty members to get the win. Hank Chirm led Faculty scorers with 12 points, while Bob Alexander, in addition to scoring 10 points, proved to be the clown of the game with his court antics. High point ma...
Notes on the Union Sports And Recreation Program [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 November 1958
Notes on the Union Sports And Recreation Program Volleyball— The deadline for entries into the m?n, women, and co-recreational volleyball leagues will be Nov. 7. Competition will be from Nov. 11 through Dec. 16. Distance Swim —The deadline for entries into the distance swim (men and women) will also be Nov. 7, with competition running from Nov. 10 through Dec. 15. Chess Club—An organizational meeting of the proposed Chess Club will be held on Thursday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting room will be announced at a later date. The Chess Club will be sponsored by the Millberry Union Games Committee. Anyone interested may sign up at the Central Desk of the Union. Swimming Instruction for Men and Women —Sign up deadline for instruction for beginning, intermediate, advanced and lifesaving classes will be Nov. 7. Classes start on the second week in November and will follow this schedule: Beginners (Non-swimmers) Monday: 5:30 p.m.—7:00 p.m. Wed.: 5:30 p.m.—7:00 p.m. Intermecfiate (Able to s...