November 7, 1996 |
Hospital meals may be loaded with fat, cholesterol and salt, according to a study to be published in the New England Journal of Medicine. A survey of 57 teaching hospitals found only 1 in 14 routinely offers meals to patients that meet the latest guidelines for promoting health and reducing heart disease. Led by Dr.
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July 20, 1997
Samuel B. Gould, 86, chancellor at UC Santa Barbara and later at the State University of New York. As head of the Santa Barbara campus from 1959 to 1962, he played a major role in starting the Education Abroad Program under which hundreds of UC students from all campuses studied in foreign countries. He also vastly expanded UC Santa Barbara's graduate programs and broadened the school's liberal arts focus. In 1964, he was appointed by New York Gov.
November 17, 1986
Robert Paterson scored in the 83rd minute to give UC San Diego a 1-0 upset victory over previously unbeaten St. John's University (Collegeville, Minn.) Sunday in the NCAA Division III Far West/Midwest Regional final. UCSD (16-5) advanced to the national semifinals where it will play Messiah College (Grantham, Pa.) in a match Friday at a site to be determined. Messiah (17-3) defeated Ohio Northern, 1-0.
May 6, 1994 |
An American employee at Germany's main nuclear research center has been arrested for spying for Communist East Germany from 1977 to 1989, authorities said. The expatriate, identified as Jeffrey Schevitz, is a former anti-Vietnam War activist at UC Berkeley who later taught sociology at Washington University in St. Louis and the State University of New York at Buffalo before moving to Germany in 1975. Schevitz's wife, Beatrice Altman, is also under investigation for espionage, her attorney said.