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Administration of Nursing Care [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Administration of Nursing Care Perhaps you have seen some new nurses around Moffitt Hospital—and there will be more as graduate nurses from hospitals and health agencies feel the need for further education and return to school. A class in Administration of Nursing Care is now in session. Eighty-six graduate nurses from San Mateo County and vicinity worked with their local League for Nursing in requesting this particular class. The University of California Department of Continuing Education in Nursing designed this course to meet their special needs. The class meets one evening a week for three-hour sessions for an eleven-week period. For two days during this period, the students come to the Medical Center for supervised patient care. This is an important aspect of the continuing education program for registered nurses. It is not only necessary for the nurse to add to her theoretical knowledge, but also improve her skill and enrich her concepts of direct patient care. Many of these n...
Dental School Spring Formal "Mardi Gras" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Dental School Spring Formal "Mardi Gras" As always in the spring the young man's fancy turns to thoughts of "Mardi Gras." For it is May in the Parnassus Knolls, a time to live and laugh in the special way of a special dance. So on Saturday, May 9th, a distinguished group of courtiers will eagerly hop to the decorous Millberry Union for the Annual Dental School Formal. Food imports and the luxury of Rudy Salvini's 12-piece ensemble will be emphasized FREE during the festivities from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. For those who require additional stimuli champagne will be, A available. So to get in the mood for spring and love, don your cocktail dress or suit and join the fun!
Medical Center "Surfins" Win First Place Award [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Medical Center "Surfins" Win First Place Award The San Francisco "Surfins" took first award at the fifth annual International Academy of Aquatic Arts Festival held during the first week of April in Chicago. The winning of the first award is quite an accomplishment for the Surf ins as this was the first time an American team has been awarded a first, and only the second time . a team or any performance group of more than one person has won y the first award. ' More than 100 different water acts were entered in the Festival. The acts were judged on compositioh, theme; Weecutkm; costuming and value of contribution to aquatic art. Thu Surfins have attended two previous Academy Festivals at which they won second awards both times. Next year they are again looking forward to attending, as defending champions, the 6th annual International Acad- emy of Aquatic Arts Festival to be held in Tallahassee, Florida. The Surf ins swim team is, coached by Lola Baer, a member of the Medical School Fa...
Evening Lecture Series On Autonomic Drugs [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Evening Lecture Series On Autonomic Drugs The 1959 series of evening lectures* In the Continuing Education Program of the University of California School of Pharmacy and University Extension are now presenting a review of drugs that influence the Autonomic Nervous System. Specific attention is being devoted to those drugs exerting a regulatory influence over involuntary muscle, glands and organs. The fundamental anatomical and physiological aspects of the sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions of the autonomic nervous system are also considered as well as the drugs which affect them. In view of the rapid advances in the use of these drugs, this group of lectures should be of help in daily pharmaceutical 1. April 27—Parasympathomimetics: Choline and Non (Choline Derivatives; Cholinesterase Inhibitor Effects of Cardiovascular System, Eye and Gastrointestinal Tract.—Dr. Eugene C. Jorgensen. 2. May 4—ParasympatMolytics: Belladonna Alkaloids and Synthetic Substitutes. Effects of Drugs...
Dean Daniels Visits Orient [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Dean Daniels Visits Orient Dean Troy C. Daniels of the School of Pharmacy and Mrs. Daniels left San Francisco on April 2 bound for the Orient and a two-month trip which wil] include many parts of Japan, Hong Kong, Manila, and Hawaii. Dean Daniels spoke at the meetings of the Japanese Pharmaceutical Association and the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan in Osaka, April 7 to 11. The subjects of his papers are "Drugs Used in the Treatment of Mental Disease" and "Oral Antidiabetic Drugs." He has also accepted the invitation of the Hawaiian Pharmaceutical Association to present two seminars in Honolulu during the week of May 25. In 1949, Dean Daniels served as a member of a mission appointed by the Surgeon General of the Army to study pharmaceutical education and the pharmaceutical industry in Japan. The Japanese have been most active in research and development of new medicinals, and Dr. Daniels is especially interested in studying the changes that have taken place during the past ten year...
CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
CONTEST Rules for Naming Millberry Union Rooms: At the present time there are five areas in the new Guy S. Millberry Union which are being referred to in rather general and colorless fashion. These areas are as follows: •• 1. The Table Tennis Room (Ist floor) 2. The Main Lounge (Ist floor) 3.'Room #133 , (Meeting Room, Ist floor) 4. Main Cafeteria and Fountain Area (Ground floor) 5. Room #22 (Public Cafeteria, Grnd. fir.) In order to amend this situation, the Union Board of Governors is conducting a contest among Union members to obtain names for these areas. Contest rules are as followes: A. The contest shall be limited to members of the Millberry Union. B. Entries must be submitted on contest entry blanks, and there shall be no limitation on the number of entrees one individual may submit. C. Entry blanks shall be obtained and returned to the Union Central Desk. Each returned entry shall be time and date stamped. In cases of ties, the first entry submitted shall be declared the wi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
E*mcss:a9« a.* JL Thank You Q_IZS Thank You Thank You My Loyal Subjects: I wish to thank everyone who supported me in my campaign for King Bacchus. To give written acclaim to everyone who helped me would be impossible-but I would like to give my personal thanks to Jake Jara who made the "Burgie" posters distributed throughout the Medical Center and to Ted Bachman, our. Student Body President, who introduced me to the various classes. I consider this a great honor and am very pleased with the results. It seemed to me that the attendance at the dance was not as large as that of last year. However, the dance was very successful and I hope the attendance at future dances will be as good as the previous, ones. ..„..: ~ ~„..„ Once again, to all my loyal subjects, many thanks. FRED WILSON, King Bacchus, 1959 School of Pharmacy
A Note from the Pharmacy Student Wives Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
A Note from the Pharmacy Student Wives Club We would like to thank you of the Medical Center for your support of our recent cake sale. It was, as it has been in the past, very successful. The annual Pharmacy Christ- mas Party netted the Club $65 this year. With the help of free goods donated by the husband of a friend of one of our members we were able to give a present of personalized cosmetics to each of the teen-age girls at the Youth Guidance Center. We have a protective feeling about this group, and for the last three years have tried to do something for them each Easter, as well as at Christmas. We began to question the veracity of the reports we get about the faculty of the Pharmacy School after our recent tea with their wives at the Phi Delt House. Why would such gracious women be married to the heartless slave drivers we are constantly hearing about? The activity of the Club has been extended each year, and a large part of the credit for this goes to Mrs. Maxine Singer, our...
New Natural Shoulder Wash-and-Wear Suit Only $47.50! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
New Natural Shoulder Wash-and-Wear Suit Only $47.50! When we found that Gordon of Philadelphia had created a new and noticeably superior Wash-and-Wear suit that resembles a fine lightweight worsted, washes like cotton, is tailored for the man who prefers the natural shoulder look, and sells for only $47.50 —we immediately made arrangements to carry it exclusively in San Francisco. We are happy to say these suits are now at Bullock &amp; Jones. This new Wash-and-Wear suit is of featherweight Doe Cloth, a new and exclusive blend of dacron, orlon and cotton. It is completely washable (although it has such an look, we believe most men will prefei'*" to have it dry cleaned). It is lighter than most summer-weight suits, will wear longer—and comes in a number of new colors, in pin stripes, tickweaves, and solids. The style is the three-button model with natural shoulders, center vent, lap seams, flap pockets and plain trousers. The tailoring is excellent, and you'll find the fit bo...
SPORTS Notes From The Union Sports And Recreation Program [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
SPORTS Notes From The Union Sports And Recreation Program By HIRO MIYAHARA Stag Night A Stag Night, sponsored by the Union Recreational Activities Committee, has been scheduled for May 20th. Included on the program for the evening will be the presentation of intramural awards, entertainment, sports figures, and eats. The awards which will be presented at the Stag Night will be men's basketball for the fraternity, independent, and open leagues, men's volleyball for the 2 and 6-man team leagues, distance swim, and water polo. Other awards to be given will be for individual competition in squash, badminton, and table tennis. Reserve the evening of Wednesday, May 20th, for the Stag Night. Women's Basketball League The women's basketball league is scheduled to begin on May 2nd. The schedules for the league are . being drawn up and can be obtained at the Athletic Control Desk. Dance Instruction The instruction classes in Modern Dancing and Ballroom Dancing have turned out to be very succe...
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL PICNIC Despite the fact that many of the people believed the picnic was called off, quite a respectable crowd appeared. The picnic was held at Speed-way Meadows in Golden Gate Park. Due to a mixup, however, the planned entertainment was cancelled. This did not bother the picnickers for there was plenty of other activities going on during the entire day. In the morning a baseball game was organized. This game is traditionally students versus faculty but in order to have more people playing a few students played on the side of the faculty. Besides playing baseball, a football game and volleyball game were continuously going on. About three o'clock sack races were held with the Freshmen Medical students triumphing. For a finale, an exhibition on the trampoline wag' performed by Bill Harris, a Freshman Medical student. After BilHs exhibition the children who were watching insisted on exhibiting their skills. They began to bounce on the mat to the delight of the parent...
Intramural Team Standings [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 7 May 1959
Intramural Team Standings The following standings have been compiled and released by the sports staff at the athletic control desk. Men's Basketball Team Win 1 'rosh. Meds 3 Cappa Psi 2 7.C. House Staff 2 lenior Meds 1 'acuity 2 lips 2 »si O 2 tuilding/Grounds 0 !r. Pharmacy 0 )ld Folks 9.C 0 Lot 0 3 3 3 Two-Man Volleyball Team , /: Win 1 Cnoble-Jackson 3 Vong-Rose 3 Veils-Burton 2 lays-Anderson 2 IcNeil-Brewer 0 LO! 0 0 2 2 3 Jbo-Laughlin 2 1 •uessenberry-Stallman.. 0 4 Women's Badminton (completed) Win Loss Burgess 4 0 Ramirez 3 1 Ohlsen 2 1 Albridge 2 3 Siemens 1 3 Rutt 0 4 Men's Team Volleyball (completed) Team Win Loss Soph. Meds 5 1 Pharmacy #1 4 2 Faculty 3 2 Pharmacy #2 3 2 Building/Grounds 2 3 Xi Psi Phi 1 4 Men's Badminton Win Loss Clark 2 0 Patel 1 0 Rothman 1 2 Brainard 0 2 Leffler 0 2 Distance Swim Team Laps Pharmacy School 2482 Medical School 1616 Dental School 1322 Faculty .: 1266