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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Galeo K.W.B. California INDUSTRIAL GARMENT Company Complete Lines of c Garments and Uniforms, Emblems, Lettering, Towels, Table Linens, Shop Towels, Caps, ere. for Linen Supply Laundries, Industrial Laundries, Institutions, Hospitals, Hotels, etc. The West's Largest Manufacturer and Jobber of Uniforms, Towels, Linens, Sheets and Cases | Union Mode Gormonts | 1254 Mission St. 1801 So. Main San Francisco Los Angela* UNderhlll 1-2757 Richmond 9-5271
'THE CASE OF DR. LAURENT' [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
'THE CASE OF DR. LAURENT' Earlier marriages, larger families . . . this is the trend among college students. Courses in Family, in fact, have increased proportionately on campuses all over the country. While all this goes on.one of the greatest evolutions of thought of the century is taking place concerning childbirth. Many mothers are giving birth today without pain or anesthesia, by the new 'natural childbirth' method . . . not only in this country but throughout Europe as well. Now for the first fime in motion picture history, a film has been released to the public that graphically illustrates the triumphant experience of 'natural childbirth.' Called 'The Case of Dr. Laurent," it stars Jean Gabin, as a crusading doctor who introduces the new method to a backward community, and Nicole Courcel as his courageous young patient, in a warrri, human story centering around an authentic delivery scene. "The Case of Dr. Laurent" brings to light the fact that until recently women accepted s...
I ONLY HEARD [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
I ONLY HEARD By LINDA SHORE Russ Ziebel has at last achieved maturity. A party was thrown to announce this fact at "the Pharmacy Fun Flat" onOrtega street. Among those present to sing happy (hie) twepty-first birthday to Russ were Jon Blumenstock, Gene "sack" Cunningham, Rod Trego, Bob Wise, and Harry Avila. • * * Kappa Psi fraternity has kept the party ball rolling at a rapid speed. Besides having two semiblasts last month, they threw a Halloween costume dance to which many strange people arrived. "Two-gun" Norby, "Bluebeard" Applegate, "Sexy" Reg. Carlin and "Contacts" Pfarrer were there to scare away any lurking spooks. Last weekend, Kappa Psi gave a roaring party A which many San Francisco State students were sufficiently impressed by the sophisticated Fraternity men. ♦ .« ' ■"'•'- The Phi Delts gave a dance Saturday night after the Axe Revue to celebrate their "Open House." Among those enjoying the Phi Delt's rambling party pad were Don Lee, Gary McCown, Joyce Taylor, Don Sturd...
The Night Before Christmas [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
The Night Before Christmas (How to have a safe and happy Christmas) 'Twas the night before Christmas when ajl through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse, When down through the chimney all covered with soot, Came the "Spirit of Fire" an ugly galoot. His eyes glowed like embers, his features were stern, • As he looked all around for something to burn. What he saw made him grumble, his anger grew higher, For there wasn't a thing that would start a good fire. No door has been blocked by the big Christmas tree, It stood in the corner leaving passageways free. The lights that glowed brightly for Betty and Tim, Had been hung with precaution so none touched a limb. All wiring was new, not a break could be seen, And wet sand at its base kept the tree nice and green. The tree had been trimmed by a mother insistent, That the ornaments used be fire resistant. And mother had known the things to avoid, Like cotton and paper and plain celluloid. Rock wool, metal icicles and tr...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
X ROGERS JEWELRY CO. SALES AND SERVICE BULOVA — HAMILTON — GRUEN Carrying All Standard Brands DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND APPLIANCES Now Located at the Central Desk Millberry Union 94 Market St. EX 2-8431 CLINICAL SPECIALTIES Rentals and Sales 24-Hour Emergency Service 1470 SuHer San Francisco OR 3-9779 Do You Think for Yourself'?('*£%&amp;&amp;,,*) Do you often dislike doing favors for YBB r~l No n Can you compete with another person YBB [-""] NO fl others, even though you tell yourself YM |_J NO LJ without feeling hostile? LJ LJ you enjoy it? Do you refuse to worry about things Y __| | NO | I Do you ever say things you don't YES | | NO | I y° u can,t do an y thin S about? II I I l^W^H -W (l V&amp; ' believe - J -ust t0 start a discussion? I 1 I 1 CwvcqifrfkTl*. Would you be completely at ease if v _-| I NO | j -- , . ■, ~, , —, , , you found yourself suddenly in the YES LJ N ° LJ fftf&amp;mP \ en V™™ ver y hun f *?&gt; d ° y° u llke yes Fl no Fl f...
SPORTS Notes on the Union Sports And Recreation Program [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
SPORTS Notes on the Union Sports And Recreation Program By HIRO MIYAHARA ALL SCHOOL BASKETBALL—An all school basketball team is being organized by Bud Alexander, Union Recreation Director. Sign ups are now being taken at the athletic control desk. Practice sessions will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5 to 6:30 p.m. A 12 man squad will be selected to represent the U.C. Medical Center in games against local city and college teams. SKI TRIP— The Millberry Union has received two weekends at the A.S.U.C. Ski Lodge at Norden, California for February 13th, 14th and 15th and February 27th, 28th, and March Ist. Reservations are now being taken for a chartered bus, group trip, for these two weekend dates. Reservations may also be made for individual trips for any other weekend or week day desired. SKI CLUB— Under the auspices of the Millberry Union the U.C. Medical Center Ski Club is being organized by Jack Cleveland, ski instructor and member of the Union Athletic Wing Stag...
Intramural and Tournament Standings [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 December 1958
Intramural and Tournament Standings The following standings for the intramural basketball and volleyball leagues, individual tournaments, and distance swim event have been compiled and released by Jay Vierra, sports assistant. Intramural Basketball Fraternity League Kappa Psi 3-0 Xi Psi Phi 3-0 Psi Omega .2-1 County Hospital 2-2 Phi Delta Chi 1-2 Nu Sigma Nu 1-3 General Services 0-3 Independent League Freshmen Meds. 4-0 Soph. Meds. .....3-1 Senior Meds. 2-2 L.D.S 2-2 Faculty 2-2 U.C.H. House Staff 2-3 Buildings/Grounds .0-5 Women's Volleyball Junior Class No. 1 6-0 Third Year Nursing 7-2 Senior Dental Hygiene ....6-2 Pharmacy 6-2 Junior Class No. 2 6-4 First Year Nursing No. 2....5-3 Physical Therapy 2-6 First Year Nursing No. 1....2-8 Terry's Pirates 1-8 Millberry Staff 0-8 Individual Tournaments Squash—This is the standings up to this date; however, all the result cards have not been turned in. Jack Clark 2-0 Morton Rothstein 2-0 Roger Kisner .'...2-0 Bill Atchley ...1-1 Jack Blan...
U. C. Team Confirms Earlier Findings on Cell Behavior [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
U. C. Team Confirms Earlier Findings on Cell Behavior Important new evidence on how the nuclei of cells "communicate" with' the material that surrounds them was reported to the American Association for the Advancement of Science by researchers from the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. For the first time, they have shown that ribonucleic acid (RNA) moves from the nuclei of human cells into the surrounding cytoplasm. RNA plays a key role in the manufacture of new protein by the cytoplasm, and is thought to be at least one means by which gfenetic material in the nucleus governs the cytoplasm's behavior and characteristics. The new findings strengthen this hypothesis. The work was reported by Dr. Lester Goldstein, assistant research physiologist, and Miss Julie Micou, laboratory technician. Their studies were done in the Cancer Research Institute at the U.C. Medical Center, using cultures of cells from the amnion, the protective sac that surrounds the fetus before...
Dental Alumni Open House At Millberry [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
Dental Alumni Open House At Millberry The Millberry Union will act as host to approximately 800 members of the Dental Alumni Association at an Open House on Saturday, January 24, 1959. All classes since 1900 will be represented by alumni gathered together from California and several other states. The Open House is planned to coincide with the annual meeting of the Dental Alumni Xssocaition, and will offer many of the members their first opportunity to inspect the Millberry Union and enjoy its hospitality. A system of directional signs and arrows will Be placed throughout the building to enable visitors to tour the facilities at their leisure. Hostesses will be on hand during the day to offer information and assistance. Special activities are planned for the Athletic Wing, and refreshments will be served in the Cafeteria. GENERAL HOURS: 2:00 p.m.--5:00 p.m. INSPECTION OF FACILITIES: 2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. (Interested alumni may also view the facilities of the Dental School on floors 5 t...
SPOUSE CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 January 1959
SPOUSE CARDS Spouse Cards are now being issued at the Central Desk of the Union. Any married member of the Union (student, faculty, or alumni) is eligible to pick up a card for his spouse, free of charge, entitling the spouse to use Union facilities on a pay-as-you-go basis. The card will permit spouses to use the Union whether the "mate" is with them or not. The new cards are nontransferable, and do not permit the bearer to bring in guests.