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THE SENIOR ANGLE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
THE SENIOR ANGLE By ROG TENNYSON VVhy is it that the senior pictures are always taken two before I get the haircut that I've been needing for the past three weeks? Now I can tell my grandchildren that that wasn't the Senior mascot, it was me . . . sometimes I think I really live right. .. last time I graduated (from high school, I think) the same thing —&gt; happened ... I remember that one . . . they took five proofs, and four were with my eyes shut. Well, in the immortal words of my colleague George Stephenson, "You can't win 'em all." But from what I hear, things are tough all over . . . Morrie Corbett is exhibiting some dandy lumps of the head. It seems that N at the last game over In Berkeley, he and "Man-mountain" Dal Porto spotted some of the other Dental students and to attract their attention, they tossed a few "articles" their way . . . SURE! The men's rooting section took it as a personal affront, and I hear that everything but Osky landed on or around Corbett, et...
Nurses Notes [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
Nurses Notes In addition to ward work, midterms, and the usual extracurricular activities which keep the stu' dent nurses busy, there are some important events coming up In the very near future. The junjor class (2nd year) are eagerly looking forward to Hump Day—the day which means they are are exactly half of the way through. This day falls on November 22nd, but due to that being the weekend of the Big Game, they are celebrating on November 19th at Sigmund Stern Grove. November 20th is the date for the next meeting of SNAC to be held at St. Luke's Hospital. The topic of discussion is Mental Health. AH three classes should try to attend. Both the 2nd and 3rd year students are anxiously awaiting November 25th—the date of the traditional Jr.-Sr. Banquet. The senior half will be the guests of the juniors who have been working hard to insure the success of the banquet. According to the tradition, the menu and even the site remain sscret (as far as the seniors are concerned, that is). A ...
Las Vegas Scene Of Student Meet [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
Las Vegas Scene Of Student Meet ' We hope the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas has recovered from the annual Convention of District Eight of the Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association held there October 12-14. On hand to make the meetings (and the 'tween mestings) memorable were Tom Roberts, President of the branch of this organization at the Med. Center, and Gary McCown. Accompanying them were members of the faculty of the School of Pharmacy, Drs. Lee, Eiler, Preston and Schwartz. Highlighting the con- vention, Mr. Lou Fischl, President of the A Ph A, discussed the functions of the organization with the delegates. Other subjects covered during the official sessions included Prescription Pricing and Pharmacy Recruitment, j
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
For all your school needs THE GUY S. MULBERRY STUDENT BOOK STORE *• When writing a letter applying for I —l I —l a? a job, would you try to make it A | (B| J &lt; Tr G |^t- J \ ' (A) original and off-beat, or (B) 5 (?! factual and concise? /of&amp;£v?\ 6. If you were getting furniture for I I I I 4 a room ' wou ld you look first for A | |B | | Uojy£&lt;&gt; **oC°V4 (A) something comfortable, or (B) something colorful and unusual? 7. Would you prefer a job (A) in an I —l I —l old established firm offering A | jß| j VJe^uuI 1 %$&gt; security, or (B) a small company * which could expand rapidly? 8. Would you rather be known as a ( I I —| person who (A) works well with A | J B [_ j 1/mo'o others, or (B) accepts responsibility on his own? 9. When you step up to a cigarette m m counter, are you (A) confused I^^J^wSS^f^mi^i by all the conflicting filter I | I I / lß&gt;*Bl^w^»lP'. claims you've seen, or (B) sure A | | B | | / l *!^^«i S|^^***...
SPORTS League Play Opens in Basketball Leagues [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
SPORTS League Play Opens in Basketball Leagues By HIRO MIYAHARA INDEPENDENT LEAGUE The first league game of the season between the Senior Meds. and Buildings and Grounds saw the Senior Meds. wining 50-34. The taller Senior Med. team controlled the boards for most of the game. Jerry Hayes, who got 20 points, and Tom Laughlin with 18 points, sparked the Senior Meds. offensive attack. Price of Buildings and Grounds scored 13 points, 10 of which came in the second half. The Sophomore Meds. out' hustled the U.C. Hospital House Staff to beat them 31-25. Bob Wells turned in another sterling performance for the Soph Meds., scoring 13 points. The rebounding of Bruce Ames also helped the Meds. get their win. Jay Cox led House Staff scorers with 9 points. The game between the L.D.S. and the Faculty turned out to be the closest game of the night. The Faculty led at half time 24-18. At the end of the third quarter L.D.S. had taken the lead 29-28. Harold Snow led the L.D.S. third quarter rally sc...
Next Union Film Show Announced [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
Next Union Film Show Announced The next attraction of the Union Film Committee will be presented on Friday, November 21 at 8:00 p.m. in the Steninger Gymnasium. Movie-goers will recognize this as the first attempt to present a feature on Friday night. Headlining the program on the 21st will be one of the most colorful, interesting, and unusual foreign motion pictures ever filmed --"Gate to Hell." Produced in Japan in 1954, this feature was awarded Ist place at the Cannes Film Festival and was named by the United States as the outstanding foreign film of the year. Filmed in spectacular color and with English sub-titles, the movie portrays a stirring emotional drama based on a classic Japanese story. Supporting the main feature will be a short subject titled "How to Take a Vacation" written and narrated by one of America's greatest humorists, Robert BenchIcy. Finally, and from the studios of U.P.A. will be another Magoo cartoon, "Hotsy Footsy." Beginning in December, the Union Film Co...
Fall Union Sports and Recreation Events [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
Fall Union Sports and Recreation Events VOLLEYBALL The men's and women's volleyball leagues will get under way on Tuesday night, Nov. 18. There are 4 men's and 10 women's teams entered. A league schedule had been drawn up and may be obtained at the athletic control desk. SQUASH TOURNAMENT "Competition in the squash tournament has been set to begin on Monday, Nov. 24. Entries are now being taken at the athletic control desk with the entry deadline positively set for Friday, Nov. 21. • | TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT The table tennis tournament for men and women will begin on Monday, Nov. 24. Entries are now being taken at the athletic control desk. Entry deadline will be Nov. 21. sil)M TURKEY RUN The Turkey Run will be held each year just before Thanksgiving vacation. There will be two separate races for men and women. Each team will consist of two members. The race is an obstacle relay, the course and obstacles being decided upon and prepared by the Intramural Sports Director. The prizes ...
Suggestion Box [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
Suggestion Box Bud Alexander and the rest of the recreation staff at the Union wish to thank you all for your excellent suggestions regarding things yoU wish to do and things you would like to see improved. Not all of the suggestions can be used, but the staff is doing everything in its power to give you as much as they can of what you want, as soon as they possibly can. Keep the suggestions coming in. BUD ALEXANDER Recreation Supervisor
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 November 1958
CLASSIFIED ADS APPLICATIONS are being accepted for the Men's Residences in Millberry Union. Maid service and linen provided, $45.00. Further information may be obtained in the Women's lobby of Millberry Union. » * * TWO RIDERS desiring to go to LA and back to SF for Thanksgiving contact Gene Pickens, LO 6-8603. Will leave Wed. p.m. and return Sunday. $10.00 round trip. RIDE WANTED to Oakland— Lakeshore District, evenings, about 7 p.m. preferred. Daily or irregular schedule of both time and frequency OK. Mrs. Davis, Library, Ext. 255. S. F.s Finest 3 Minute Car Wash So. Van Ness &amp; 16th St. Open, 7 Days a Week
SPOTLIGHT ON THE CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
SPOTLIGHT ON THE CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE The development of the Cancer Reserach Institute at the Medical School, San Francisco, was approved in principle by the Regents in October, 1947. A definite plan of organization of the Institute was approved by the Regents in April, 1948, when the new unit was established as an agency of the Medical School "to conduct, stimulate and coordinate research, teaching and service on all problems related to cancer." The Cancer Research Coordinating Committee, representing the University as a whole in this field, endorsed this local project as a major step in the university-wide cancer program. The general purposes of the Institute at the outset were (1) to encourage research already in progress; (2) to stimulate and finance new research; (3) to extend the teaching of cancer and the services required for both teaching and research; and (4) to insure a well-balanced, integrated program in a field which embraces all of the skills and specialties of m...
Dr. Stone Presents Paper on Radiation [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Dr. Stone Presents Paper on Radiation From Chicago comes one of the first reports on the use of a 70-milllon volt radiation machine — called a "synchrotron" — indicates it has certain advantages in treating some kinds of cancers and cancer patients. However, radiologists using the machine have emphasized to date, the number of patients treated is too small and the elapsed time too short to permit any final conclusions as to the place this tool is to take in the treatment of cancer. This was one of the points made by_ Dr. Robert S. Stone, professor of radiology at the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, who reported some of the early results of treatment with the synchrotron. He spoke to some 2,600 doctors attending the 44th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America. His collaborators on the paper were Dr. Gail D. Adams, clinical professor of physics, and Dr. Rose V. Louie, clinical Instructor in radiology. The synchrotron is an atomic particle a...
Camera Pays Off For Medic Senior [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Camera Pays Off For Medic Senior A 26-year old U.C. senior medic from Sacramento was this week awarded first prize in the annual Adventure Film Contest of Bil Burrid's WANDERLUST national television program. Roy Christian, whose interests range beyond medicine to mountaineering, boating, ornithology, painting, writing, and Mexican culture, as well as photography, will for his efforts receive a one-week all-expense-paid trip to Mexico City at Christmas, as well as a $150 stipend. The prize-winning entry is a half-hour color film entitled "The Ascent of the Eichorn," and was made last summer during the actual climbing by Christian and two fellow-rangers of this sheer 200-foot pinnacle in the Cathedra 1 Range of the high Sierras. Despite the fact that he has had only \Vi years experience with moving pictures and uses only a 1933 Bell &amp; Howell camera, Christian has already started filming "Moods and Views," a travelogue of San Francisco, and hopes to complete a third film ne...