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Medi-Cal Wants Your Snaps [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

Medi-Cal Wants Your Snaps The Medi-Cal staff needs your help in finding informal snapshots for this year's book. Pictures of any party or other activities that you would like to submit are welcome. Just put your school's name on the back in light pencil and turn all contributions in at the central desk of The Student Union. The deadline is March Ist. Each school has two pages allotted, so remember to hand them In. We will do the rest.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
* SPORTS * Spring Intramural Sports And Recreational Program Set [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

* SPORTS * Spring Intramural Sports And Recreational Program Set By HIRO MIYAHARA A complete program of sports and recreation for the spring semester has been drawn up by Recreatioh Supervisor Bud Alexander and Sports Assistant Jay Vierra. The spring program will include the following: Volleyball: (2-man) The league is scheduled to start the week of February 16th. Team entry deadline is set for February 10th. Entry fee is 50 cents per team. Volleyball: (Men.) An open volleyball league is scheduled to start the week of February 16th. Team entries will be on a school, class or fraternity basis. Only sixteen team entries will be allowed. Entry deadline is set for February 10th. Entry fee is $2.50 per team. Basketball: (Men.) The Spring open basketball league is scheduled to start on February 25th and run through May 20th. Team entries will be On a school, class or fraternity basis. Participants may play on one team only. Entry deadline is set for February 18th. Entry fee" is $2.50 per ...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
My Neighbors [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

My Neighbors "My husband has to be different—he gets claustrophobia in open spaces!"

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
No Margin For Error Film Portrays Human Mistakes [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

No Margin For Error Film Portrays Human Mistakes CHICAGO — The American Medical Association and the American Hospital Association have released a new film on hospitals and the law. The film, NO MARGIN FOR ERROR, was previewed by presidents and executives of allied hospital associations meeting at the midyear conference of the American Hospital Association. NO MARGIN FOR ERROR is one in a series of medicolegal films produced by the Wm. S. Merrell Company, pharmaceutical manufacturers. NO MARGIN FOR ERROR presents one of the most pressing current problems In legal medicine, the cause and effect of human mistakes in the complex system of the modern hospital. Skillfully and candidly, case histories deal with major causes of in-hospital professional liability action. Mix-up in patient identification, mistakes in blood bank procedure, and error in medication dosage are examples of problems the film reveals. It reports, based upon a recent study, that 45% of all medication errors occur as ...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
U.C.M.C. Cagers Defeat Player's Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

U.C.M.C. Cagers Defeat Player's Club In a close and exciting game played on January 27th, the U.C.M.C. .all-school basketball team edged out a strong Player's Club team by a score of 82-71. The scoring punch of Hap Stallman, Ron Marenda and Bob Alto, who scored 25,25 and 21 points respectively, proved too much for the Player's Club. Kenny, who hit for 13, and Martino with 23 points were high offensively for the Player's Club. The U.C.M.C. cagers now have a 2-2 record in the Class "A" Division of the San Francisco Recreation Department League. After losing their first two games by close margins, the Medical Center "varsity" has come back strongly. The starting team for the Medical Center team for most of the games are Bob Alto at center, Hap Stallman and Ron Marenda at guards, and Duke Lewis and Bill Ware at forwards. However, the starters receive strong support from the other members of the team who are Dr. John Crew,, Hank Chin, Barry Ogden, Jay Vierra and Roger Rose.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

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Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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From The Desk of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

From The Desk of The Union Director In keeping with a now established pattern, the following items of interest are called to your attention: Fountain Changes—By this time, of course, everyone is aware that the nickel cup of coffee has joined the five-cent cigar in xhe archives of history. We hope, however, that another impoitant change in the Food Department is meeting with your satisfaction, viz., the establishment of the portable "Chuck Wagon" counter in the main cafeteria. This type of service has been instituted to relieve the heavy load in the Fountain between noon and 12:30 p.m., and to provide quick service for our "brown bag" patrons. Menu specialties include milk, coffee, pre-wrapped sandwiches, fresh fruits and other desserts. Grilled sandwiches will continue to be available only at the Fountain. Building Maintenance —A rather serious problem is developing; in certain areas ol the Union in terms ol smoking. We have noticed cigarette and match burns, in a lew pieces ol lurn...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
SHUTTERBUG? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

SHUTTERBUG? The man with an itchy trigger finger and a mild-to-severe case of flash bulb addiction will welcome the appearance on campus of a friendly, local pusher—none other than the Mlllberry Book Store. Appease that monkey on your back with a 'fresh supply of film, flash bulbs and other camera supplies. A varied stock of the "stuff" is on hand, and offbeat items can be smuggled in on a day's notice. Film developing and enlarging service is also featured to keep you hooked. Leave your roll of fantasies by 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and pick up the fiendish results the following day at the same time.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 10 February 1959

S. F.s Finest ' _____ i 3 Minute Car Wash So. Yon Nets & 16th St. j Open 7 Days a Week

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

THE SYNAPSE Vol. 3 , San Francisco, March 2, 1959 1 "?

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

Buy Your Medi-Cal Today U.C. MEDICAL CENTER Synapse ; i LiuwNeeds <59 Your )22 Support

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Dr. R. S. Stone Awarded Medal for Radiology [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

Dr. R. S. Stone Awarded Medal for Radiology The Gold Medal of he American College of Radiology has been awarded to Dr. Robert S. Stone, chairman of the department of radiology in the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco. The Gold Medal is presented annually for distinguished contributions to radiological medicine. ■ «J] Dr. Stone joined the University faculty in 1928 and became professor of radiology in 1938. From 1912 to 1946 he was associate project director for health at the Chicago Metallurgical Laboratory of the atomic bomb project. For contributions to health and radiation protection there he received the Medal for Merit, the highest civilian award for national service. After the war he developed and now directs the Radiological Laboratory at U.C. Medical Center, where physical, chemical, biological and clinical investigations are conducted with the 70-million-volt synchrotron. Dr. Stone is a member of the International Commission on Radiological Protecti...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Freshman Nurses Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

Freshman Nurses Elect Officers At their last meeting of the fall semester on Jan. 12, 1959, a group recognized by their new blue uniforms as the first year nursing students managed to gather together on the 7th floor of the 610 residence, and by that tried and true method of hiding their eyes and raising their hands, elected new officers. (In passing it might be noted that this meeting was ably conducted by Robbie Bradley who is now none other than president emeritus of the class.) Now Nancy Nicholson can be seen frantically beating her fist on the arm of the chair (she has no mallet) enacting her duties as President. Helping her, not to beat her fist on the arm of the chair, but with other similarly important duties, is Alice Hatashita, Vice-president. Sitting with her head bowed over a clip board and a small scrap of paper madly scribbling is Karen Hagen, Secretary. Reporting that the class is in its usual financial status, almost broke, is the glum faced treasurer (not always thi...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
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Newman Club Celebrating Its Tenth Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

Newman Club Celebrating Its Tenth Anniversary The tenth anniversary of the foundation of the Newman Club at the University of California Medical Center begins today with a lecture by Dr. Harold A. Harper at 8:00 p.m. in Room 664 of the Medical Science Building. Dr. Harper, who is a member of the Medical School staff, is the faculty advisor for the Club. He will speak on "Religion and Science." The Newman Club was established on this campus on February 22, 1949 and is one of live hundred such units in the National Newman Club Federation. The three purposes of Newman are to advance the intellectual, spiritual and social spheres in the life of the student. The relatively short life span of the club on the UCMC campus certainly is no indication of its activity for in 1955 it was named the outstanding Newman Club of California. Then in 1957 Miss Betty Bear was awarded the honor of Miss Newmanite of California. In 1958 Maurice Elario was similarly honored as Mr. Newmanite of California. T...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Heart Paper at Carmel Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

Heart Paper at Carmel Meeting A bridge between two controversial viewpoints on the origin of coronary heart disease* is suggested in research reported here by two investigators from the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. Emotional stress and some defect in the body's handling of fats have both been proposed as causative factors in atherosclerosis (narrowing and clogging of the arteries) and resultant coronary attacks. The U.C. studies indicate that fat metabolism can be controlled by changes in secretions of the sympathetic nervous systemchanges like those that occur under stress. The findings are not immediately applicable to treatment of patients, but they are of basic importance in the search for underlying mechanisms of heart disease. The work was reported by Dr. Richard J. Havel and Dr. Alan Goldfien, assistant professors of medicine. Their studies were done in U.C's new Cardiovascular Research Institute, and were sup- ■ ported by the San Francisco, Marin, ...

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Senior Nurses Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

Senior Nurses Elect Officers On Monday evening, February 9, the new senior class of nursing students met to nominate their new slate of class officers. Elections were held Tuesday and Wednesday yielding the following results. President Ruth Louis. Vice-president -Beth Patterson. Secretary — Runoff between Mary Haines and Carole Hamilton. Treasurer Carol Swedberg. Student - Faculty Committee Representative (Alternate) M. E. Donnelly. Athletic Chairman Runoff between Ann Evans and Rose Echandi. Historian Runoff between Millie Rada and Bey Bollman. Synapse Representative Jeanne Gansel. Publicity Chairman Corrine Neil son. SNAC Alternate and NSB Representative—Beth Maas. The runoff elections will be held at our next class meeting which will be in the near future.

Publication Title: Synapse - The Ucsf Student Newspaper
Source: University of California, San Francisco
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"Nursing In Action" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959

"Nursing In Action" The School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco Campus, was host to the 6th Conference of Continuing Education Program. This five-day conference, which began Jan. 19, 1959, is sponsored by the Western Council on Higher Education for Nursing (WCHEN), and the University of Cali-. fornia. Los Angeles, Berkeley, and San Francisco Campuses. The theme was "Nursing in Action." sor, and Kathryn Smith, Assist ant Professor. "Action," indeed, was the key word for these forty participants, as supervisors, administrators, and teachers for the first time in many years returned to the bedside and gave patient care under the supervision of members of the faculty and staff. Following each morning assignment, they gathered in small groups for discussions. The following persons were available to assist them in the interpretation of their patient care: Eleanor Lambertsen, Assistant Secretary to the Council on Professional Practice, American Hospital Association; Hele...

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