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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 2 March 1959
THINKLISH English: CONVERSATION ENDER Thinklish: STOPIC LARRY GINGER. EASTERN ILLINOIS U. English. ENLARGED PICTURE Thinkhsh: BLOATOGRAPM | . ALDACE HOWARD. PACIFIC U. '•»•'"» English: BIKINI BATHING SUIT Thinklish: PUN.FOR* „. BTRON GODFREY. M. CAROL. English: POLICE PUBLICITY Thinklish: COPAGANDA .ALTER FREY. "'• TRINITY COLLEM — English: SCANDAL MAGAZINE f"! /lucky) : STRIKE/ v»mmm^^^^^:mmmmm ®\ CIGARETTES L Thinklish translation: This magf azine is put out by a bunch of troublishers. Their other monthly offerings: a horror series (feariodical), pin-up pictures (leeriodi- , cat) and a fortune tellers' gazette (seeriodical) . Naturally, none car- H ries ads mentioning the honest taste of fine tobacco. Who'd want Lucky Strike mixing with that Crowd? As for the scandal sheet, it's a smearwdical which deserves nothing but snublicity. MAKE Start talking our language—we've got hundreds of checks just itching to go! We're paying $25 each for the Thinklish words judged best! Thinklish is...
CHARTER DAY CEREMONY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
CHARTER DAY CEREMONY PRESIDING — Clark Kerr On March 18,1959, at 2 p.m. in the Steninger Gymnasium, the ceremonies commemorating the founding, 91 years ago, of the University of California, will be held. Included with these ceremonies will be the inauguration of John B. deC. M. Saunders as Provost, and Willard C. Fleming as Vice-Provost of the San Francisco campus. University of California President, Clark Kerr, will be chairman of the program and Dr. Ernest W. Page, vice-presi-dent of the Academic Senate will me marshal. Music for the ceremonies will be provided by the Medical Center Choral Society under the" direction of Dr. R. Gordon Agnew. Arrangements for the Charter day-Inaugural ceremonies have been accomplished-by the Committee on Public Ceremonies under the chairmanship of Dr. Charles W. Craig. The program for the afternoon is as follows: NATIONAL ANTHEM R. Gordon Agnew, D.D.S., M.Sc, Ph.D. Leader. INVOCATION The Reverend Eric Montizambert — Canon Theologian. Grace Cathedra...
Dr. Karl Meyer to Give Faculty Lecture On Immunization Against Plague Progress [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
Dr. Karl Meyer to Give Faculty Lecture On Immunization Against Plague Progress The Faculty Research Lecture, a traditional Charter Day event on University campuses, was instituted at the Medical Center last year. The Academic Senate ■nominates one of its members as the lecturer. The second annual Faculty Research Lecture, "Immunization Against Plague," will be given at 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 18, in , Toland Hall. The lecturer will be Dr. Karl F. Meyer, director of the Hooper Foundation emeritus, and professor of experimental pathology, emeritus. Dr. Meyer is an internation-ally-known authority on plague and other animal borne diseases.
Faculty to Honor U.S. Health Nurse [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
Faculty to Honor U.S. Health Nurse Mrs. Lucille Petry Leone, Chief Nurse Officer, U.S. Public Health Service, will visit the San Francisco Campus on April 10 and 13. Mrs, Leone's visit is sponsored by the School of Nursing. She will meet with faculty and student groups as well as with Nursing Service representatives'. She will be the principal speaker at a public lecture on Friday evening. Mrs. Leone is well known in . the Public Health field and is the author of many articles published in Nursing, Medical and I'iOSplttH jOUliifllS.
Poliomyelitis Vaccination A Must The Unvaccinaled—A Hazard to Everyone [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
Poliomyelitis Vaccination A Must The Unvaccinaled—A Hazard to Everyone In a recent survey made by Student Health Service on the status of polio vaccination at the Medical Center, it was found that only 58 per cent of all students answering the questionnaire were adequately protected; 21 percent had received only one or two inoculations and 21 percent had received no vac- cine. In other words, the last two categories of students are not protected against polio and represent a hazard to everyone. According to the Bulletin ■of the State Department of Public Health of February 15, 1959, paralytic polio in California in 1958 dropped to a new low of about one case per 100,000 population as compared to 1.5 in 1957 and 8.2 in 1956. The total case of polio numbered 286 compared with 569 in 1957, when polio vaccination was first instituted, and IT3B in 1956, before the vaccine was available. However, of the 286 cases of polio In 1958, more than 200 were paralytic and 87 per cent of 'these occ...
Union Committees Being Organized [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
Union Committees Being Organized R. A. Alexander, Student Union ©irector, today outlined plans for the organization of six committees which will be responsible for planning and organizing a broad assortment of campus-wide so cial activities. The six commit tees, each to be directed by a student chairman, are as fol lows: GAMES, FILM, DANCE FINE ARTS, PROMOTION, and HOSPITALITY. These six chair men, together with three sepa rate officers, will comprise the UNION PROGRAM COUNCIL As a council, the group will meet periodically to exchange ideas relating to the total activity needs of the campus. It is fur ,ther planned that the Counci Chairman will be given a seat on the Union Board of Gover nors, for purposes of providing i, effective communication between the two groups. In common organizationa style, each "major" committee will be comprised of a set of sub committees performing specia .assignments. The Fine Arts Com mittee, for example, will prob ably be made up of the music art, pub...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Ualoa U.C. Medical Cenrer San Fraclsco 22, California MOntrose 1-4444 Woody Goller, Editor Ernie Rossi, Managing Editor '■x „..- Jackie Roth, Secretary Ted Nalcata, Asioc. Editor, Dentistry Yatin 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 Nalcata; Reporters: Roger Kisner, Leo Tarantino, Roger Tennyson, Mac Takahashl, Linda Shore, Mickey Kanemaru, and Shannon Wong; 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.
From The Desk of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
From The Desk of The Union Director lour attention is called to the following items of major interest: y COMING: FILMS — Following "La Strade" the next three features to be presented by the Union Film Committee are "The Seven Year Itch" on March 20, "Mr. Hulot's Holiday" on April 10, and "My Six Convicts" on April 17. "Itch," of course, feature's the incomparable Marilyn Monroe, and will be accompanied by "In the Park" a short subject featuring the pantomime genius, Marcel Marceau, and a Tom &amp; Jerry specialty, "Life with Tom." "Mr. Hulot's Holiday" is regarded by many as the best effort of France's comic dc luxe, Jacques Tati, and will be shown along with the work of another comic master, Charlie Chaplin, "Easy Street." A U.P.A. cartoon, "Little Boy with a Big Horn" will round out the program on the 10th. The following week the program will consist of Stanley Kramer's "My Six Convicts" plus a short depicting the life of the literary giant, George Bernard Shaw and another...
Newman Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
Newman Club The second in a series of Fireside Chats sponsored by the , UCMC Newman Club will be held this Sunday, March 22, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Nurses' Resi v dence at 610 Parnassus. Father Bernard Moran will discuss "The Church, Marriage, and You" with special emphasis on the problems encountered in a mixed marriage from both the Catholic and non-Catholic viewpoints. It will be an informal discussion and questions will be welcomed. This aspect of marriage follows the very successful student panel on "Epilogue to Marriage" which was held March 15, After the 9:30* Masses on March 22 and April 5, the Newman Club will hold Coffee Hours in St. Anne's Library. The next meeting will be on April 7 and will feature a talk by Dr. Gill Ayotte on the "Madico-Moral Aspects of Marriage." An evening of recollection is planned for April 12 which will be led by Rev. Peter J. Sammon.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
Dr. Clara W. Rapkin 5 East 63rd St. New York City Dear Doctor Rapkin: My 60-year-old father is losing his teeth and now the same thing is happening to my 6-year-oJd daughter. Could she be catching this from him? MRS. JOHN D - Do You Think for Yourself ?r s ™^^*) ?"S&gt; T\\ 1. If you were about to buy an automobile, I I I I £?j 5. In buying a radio, would you be ["" || j would you (A) study the road-test A | | B | | v^\^/»,lSlffiw influenced more by (A) low price, or A | |B| J reports in the magazines, or (B) select n&amp;ipyO'TW' B -' P rocmct features despite a ■»■„, .. (f- ~ - ji *;i! the car that looks best to you? slightly higher price? m 2. When confronted with a menu with I 1 [~] 6. When deciding on what movie to see, I I ! I lots of foreign terms, do you (A) ask A | | | | do you usually prefer films that (A) A | |B| | what is in each dish, or (B) accept the l(°i?fr'Lzte%&amp;s are B ay an d diverting, or (B) have a waiter's recommendation? &gt...
SPORTS Notes on The Union Sports And Recreation Proaram [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
SPORTS Notes on The Union Sports And Recreation Proaram INTRAMURAL LEAGUE SCHEDULES Men's Basketball—Thursday Night League * Teams: 1. Faculty 3. L.D.S. 2. Old Folks A.C. 4. County Hospital Thursday, March 12 v 7:00 p.m.—Faculty vs. L.D.S. 8:15 p.m—Old Folks A.C. vs. County Hospital. Thursday, March 19 7:00 p.m.—Old Folks A.C. vs. L.D.S. 8:15 p.m.—Faculty vs. County Hospital. - Thursday, March 26 7:00 p.m—Faculty vs. Old Folks A.C. 8:15 p.m.—L.D.S. vs. County Hospital. lien's Basketball —Thursday Night League .. Teams: 1. Sr. Pharmacy 4. Psi Omega 2. Kappa Psi 5. Sr. Med. 3. Freshmen Med. Tuesday, March 10 7:00 p.m.—Sr. Pharmacy vs. Kappa Psi 8:15 p.m.—Freshmen Med. vs. Sr. Med. Psi Omega, bye. Tuesday, March 17 7:00 p.m.—Psi Omega vs. Sr. Pharmacy. 8:15 p.m.—Kappa Psi vs. Freshmen Med. Sr. Med., bye. Tuesday, March 24 7:00 p.m.—Sr. Med. vs. Sr. Pharmacy. 8:15 p.m.—Sr. Med. ys. Kappa Psi. Freshmen Med., bye. Tuesday, April 7 7:00 p.m.—Freshmen Med. vs. Psi Omega. 8:15 pjn.—Sr. Med. ...
Central Desk Is The Place to Sign For Tournaments [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 March 1959
Central Desk Is The Place to Sign For Tournaments LADDER TOURNAMENTS Ladder tournaments will started in squash, billiards, table tennis, and badminton (men and women) as soon as enough teams are entered to set up the ladders. Briefly, the tournaments will be run as follows: each team entry will be set up on a "ladder" according to skill. Then any team in the tournament can challenge the teams either one or two notches above. Upon defeating that team the challenging team moves into the notch formerly occupied by the defeated team. In this way, any team has the chance to work their way up the- "ladder." Sign-ups will be taken at the athletic control desk. For further information, v contact the Union Recreation Director. HUFFER'S CLUB A sign-up sheet is being set up at the athletic control desk for all those interested in joining the Huffer's Club. The proposed Huffer's Club is a combined outdoor organization and anyone interested in outdoor activties of any kind is urged to join. WOME...