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Save a Dollar Buy Medi-Cal Now [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
Save a Dollar Buy Medi-Cal Now Something quite new and twice as encompassing in scope is the all-engrossing drive to usher in Medi-Cal Week from Monday, March 2 to Friday, March 6. "We are out on a campaign to give you more for your money in the way of a bigger and better yearbook; the book will ha.c a "new look," and the cover promises to catch your eye." ing the all-out campaign will be the Medi-Cal sales booth down stairs in the Millberry Union cafeteria, the lunch hour every day from noon until 1:00 during March 2-March 6 week where a sales representative will be on hand for your convenience to accept your purchases. At these lunch hour sessions keep your ears peeled to the Tele-Page for something new in the way of a sales talk. As you saunter past the new Center's "official" bulletin board on the second floor, gaze at the thermometer scale and attempt to decode your school's standing in the recordbreaking sales. And finally, the yearbook will go on sale for the first time at th...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
THE SYNAPSE Room 24? Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOnrrose 1-0210 Woody Gellor, Editor Ernie Rossi, Managing Editor Jackie Roth, Secretary 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 Wong; Photographer, Ted Nakata; Reporters: Roger Kisner. Leo Tarantino, Rorjer Tennyson, Mac Takahashl, Linda Shore, Mickey Kanemaru. and Shannon Wong; Sports 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.
"A BREAK IN THE CLOUDS" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
"A BREAK IN THE CLOUDS" The above cartoon appeared a year ago when SYNAPSE finally received the financial support needed for its continuation. Now we have that support—all we need is coopration in obtaining news. No matter how much money we have, tt is impossible for a few people to put out a newspaper without help. YOU have a responsibility to make sure that news is publicized—the future of SYNAPSE will be determined by how well that responsibility is fulfilled.
I'll Settle for "C" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
I'll Settle for "C" by JACK O. ELLIS Reprinted from DENTAL STUDENTS' MAGAZINE, January, 1959 College of Physicians and Surgeons, School of Dentistry "61 I've been pulling my margins And faking these dogs; I've been filling in pits 'Til they all look like logs. I've been looking for centric Since the first of the year; I've been giving my all To be head of the class; But all of my grades Come in litres of gas. Now my right eye's retruded And looks through my ear. I've been hacking out preps Straight arrow for sure; And getting the grades That go well with manure. While learning to solder I spilled flux from the jar; Now my thumb is a part Of the lingual bar. So I give you my place Without charge or fee; When finals are over I'll settle for "C." I've been on a schedule Like a classic boob; Then stay up all night To be first down the tube I've been trying real hard To be a good boomer; But that thing on my neck Just must be a tumor.
The Scrapers Scrapbook [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
The Scrapers Scrapbook The senior Dental Hygienists, under the expert coachmanship of Lynda Nicol, emerged as the thrilled winners of the vigorous fall volleyball tournament. The season proved to be very'successful for the hygienists who had the. misfortune of "giving" away their first game of the season. However, the spirit and coordination of the "feather touch" volleyers led them to the winner's circle. Bravo! Two girls among the senior hygienists have taken another step closer to the altar. Sharalee Ohlson became the fiancee of Dr. Thomas Wrigley, a practicing DDS in Eureka, California. Also Ann Garbolin surprised us with a lovely ring from Mr. Ross Kerr, a young executive with an import firm. Both girls are busy planning June weddings. Best Wishes! Billie Rutt is eagerly viewingthe winds and sailing schedules to Darmstadt, Germany, where she will join her husband immediately after the state boards. Bon voyage! It seems that we have a TV personality among our ranks. Jean Poupard...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
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SPORTS SYNAPSE SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
SPORTS SYNAPSE SPORTS by HIRO MIYAHARO The following schedules have been drawn up for the men's and two-man intramural volleyball leagues: Men's Volleyball Tuesday, February 24th 7:00 p.m.—2nd Year Med. vs. Junior Pharmacy No. 1. 7:45 p.m.—Faculty vs. Xi Psi PJii. 8:30 p.m.—Buildings &amp; Grounds vs. Junior Pharmacy No. 2. Monday, March 2nd 7:00 p.m.—Faculty vs. Building &amp; Grounds. 7:45 p.m.—Junior Pharmacy No. 1 vs. Junior Pharmacy No. 2. 8:30 p.m.—2nd Year Med. vs. Xi Psi Phi. Monday, March 9th 7:00 p.m.—Xi Psi Phi vs. Building &amp; Grounds. 7:45 p.m.—2nd Year Med. vs. Junior Pharmacy No. 2. 8:30 p.m.—Junior Pharmacy No. 1 vs. Faculty. Monday, March 16th 7:00 p.m.—Junior Pharmacy No. 2 vs. Faculty. 7:45 p.m.—Xi Psi Phi vs. Junior Pharmacy No. 1. 8:30 p.m.—2nd Year Med. vs. Buildings &amp; Grounds. Monday, March 23rd 7:00 p.m.—2nd Year Med. vs. Faculty. 7:45 p.m.—Buildings &amp; Grounds vs. Junior Pharmacy No. 1. 8:30 p.m.—Junior Pharma...
Folk Dancers To Be Presented [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
Folk Dancers To Be Presented Applause from spectators cheering the folk dance exhibitions presented by the International Dancers of Mission High directed by Lenore Bravo, and the Terpsichoreans of San Francisco directed by Grace Nicholes, will ring from the rafters of the gym•nasium at Sunset-Lawton playground located at Lawton and 23rd Avenue, San Francisco, Sunday afternoon, March 8. These exhibitions will provide an enjoyable rest for the dancers and a special treat for the WELCOME SPECTATORS at the FREE folk and square dance festival sponsored by the Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Council of Folk Dance Groups, hosted by the Swingsters folk dance club. Dancing begins at 1:30 and lasts until 5:30. Squares will be called by Harlan Beard, Bill Carroll, Gary Kirschner, and the Swingsters' own Ursula Mooney (Honey Bun). The Swingsters, under the direction of Miss Vonoosh Tashinian, their president, have planned a varied program of international dances and squares...
UCMC Cagers to Enter AAU Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
UCMC Cagers to Enter AAU Tourney By Hiro Miyahara The U.C. Medical Center basketball team has been invited to enter the AAU regional tournament to be held March 1, 3, 4, and 6, at the Kezar Pavilion. This annual tournament always offers tough competition and only the top teams eligible for AAU competition are invited. Other teams which will be playing in the tournament will be the V.F.W., Moffett Field, San Francisco Chinese, Green's Pest Control (Oakland), Reno, Napa, Los Angeles-Seattle Motor Express, and the Olympic Club. The winner of this tournament will play the Southern California winner on March 7 with the winner of that game going back East to take on other regional winners. The U.C.M.C. cagers will probably open with the same starting five in the tournament which has carried them through most of the season. They are guards, Hap Stallman and Ron Marenda, center Bob Albo, and forwards, Duke Lewis" and Bill Ware. Rounding out the squad with plenty of depth are Roger Rose, Bar...
HUFFER'S CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
HUFFER'S CLUB An outdoor organization called the Huffer's Club has been proposed. This would be a combined organization of all those interested in outdoor activities such as camping, skiing, sports cars, horse-back riding, picnics, water skiing, fishing, boating, bicycling, etc. Since almost everyone enjoys some sort of outdoor activity, it is believed that he would enjoy it even more in a group. Sign ups will be taken according to activity and whenever a particular activity is being planned, those people with similar interests will be notified. Also, combined activities may be arranged. For further information, inquire at the athletic control desk or see Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor.
Coming Films Announced [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
Coming Films Announced After opening the season with two technicolor musicals, the Union Film Committee will next present three film classics: RASHOMON on February 27, THE OX BOW INCIDENT on March 6, and LA STRADA on March 13 and 14. Voted an Academy Award as Best Foreign Film of 1951, and winner of numerous other awards, RASHO-MON is a completely engrossing and intriguing Japanese film, making use of remarkable photography and sound. Rounding out the program orT the 27th will be SONG OF THE PRAIRIE, a delightful satire on the American western cowboy film, and a U.P.A. special, THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. A powerful and emotional film, THE OX BOW INCIDENT has taken its place as a United States film classic. On the playbill with "Incident" will be an excellent animated subject from Rumania, A SHORT HISTORY. Cartoon fare will be provided by Tom and Jerry in the way of HIC CUP PUP. While RASHO-MON will feature Japanese dialog with English subtitles, LA STRADA will be offered with Englis...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
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Americans As Viewed By A Visitor From A Foreign Culture [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
Americans As Viewed By A Visitor From A Foreign Culture By Dr. Horace Miner University of Michigan Nacirema culture is characterized by a highly developed market economy . . .; a large part of the fruits of these labors and a considerable portion of the day are spent in ritual activity, the focus of which is t.ie human body, the appearance and health of which loom as a dominant concern in the ethos of the people. The daily body ritual performed by everyone includes a mouth-rite. Despite the fact that these people are so punctilious about the care of the mouth, this rite involves a practice which strikes the uninitiated stranger as revolting . . . The ritual includes inserting a small bundle of hog hairs into the mouth, along with certain magical powders, and then moving the bundle in a highly formalized series of gestures. In addition to the private mouth-rite, the people seek out a holy-mouth man once or twice a year. These practitioners have an impressive set of paraphernelia, con...
Folk Dancers Hold Monthly Gathering [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
Folk Dancers Hold Monthly Gathering Eureka Valley Playground at 18th and Collingwood Streets in San Francisco rings with the joyous laughter of children. Mingled with these sounds on Sunday afternoon from 1:30 to 5:30, February 15, 1959, were the sounds of music and dancing feet —adults of all ages at play in the gymnasium. There was music: Mexican music, Russian music—all the International music that is the background of folk dancing; modern music—the background of round dances;-and hoe-down music for the square dances. There were soft steps and stamping, and laughing people enjoying this folk and square dance festival sponsored by the Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Council of Folk Dance Groups. Hosting the festfval were the officers of the Council: Ed Medley, Chairman; Bill Carroll, Vice Chairman; Edith Cuthbert, Secretary; Jack Mona, Treasurer. Bill Carroll also called squares, as did Harlan Beard, Ed Kroll and Ursula Mooney (the Pride of Marin). Like all of...