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New Lockers Procedure [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
New Lockers Procedure At the request of many of the Union members, starting with the fall semester, 1959, lockers may be checked out for either one or two semester periods. In the past members have only been able to check out lockers on a semester basis. We hope that this new procedure will be better. Lockers may be checked out at the Athletic Control Desk. They may be checked out from September to June for the fall and spring semesters. Rates are 50c per semester.
Butch Stone [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Butch Stone "Finding 'Butch' Stone was one of the greatest strokes of luck I've had in the band business," says leader Les Brown. In his sixteen years with the band, Henry "Butch" Stone has won a string of titles including comedian, vocalist, assistant leader, music librarian, gloom chaser, and now road manager. Butch has won friends the world over for his great entertaining feats as well as his smile. Hi? recorded renditions of "A Good Man Is Hard To Find," "Talk About A Party," "Priscilla," "If I Had The Money," and many others have made him one of the leading stylists of the past decade. He lives in Van Nuys, Calif., with his wife Shirley, his fourteen-year-old son Barry, and six-year-old daughter Pamela. Barry, like his dad, is an ardent baseball fan and player. Ho pitches and plays center field for the North Hollywood team in the Babe Ruth League. It is not unusual to find a bunch of the guys in the band out at the games to watch Barry strike out ten or more batters or knock in...
Susan Maro [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Susan Maro Les Brown has been a maker of stars throughout the history of "The Band of Renown." To the long list of great vocalists including Doris Day, Eileen Wilson. Lucy Ann Polk, and Jo Ann Greer, we would like to add the name of Susan Maro. Susan has been chosen for the vocal spot with Les Brown for two reasons —she has an excellent voice and she is very attractive. Singing ha.; been her life for the past eight years ever since she discarded an art scholarship to enter and win the Cavalcade of Music contest in her home town Dcs Moines, lowa. There were three thousand participants in this contest of which Susan was chosen best vocalist. Her prize was an engagement at the Oriental Theater in Chicago. The Chicago engagement led to her own daily radio show over station KWOM Dcs Moines called "Songs by Sue." After a long radio engagement she decided to gain more experience by singing with various dance bands touring the country. In 1955 she came to Hollywood and immediately received ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
JAZZ! Saturday Night Union Cafeteria 9-12 FREE! UNION BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 3 DAYS OF FUN Friday—September 18 "Birthday Ball" Featuring Les Brown And H'&lt;i "Band Of Renown." 9:00 P.M. To 1:00 A.M. In The Steninger Gymnasium. Dress: Suits and Ties; Party Dresses. Tickets On Sale Now At The Union Central Desk. $3.75 Per Couple, Couples Only. Saturday—September 19 Dixieland Jazz Concert And Dance, Featuring "The Great Pacific Jazz Band." 9:00 P.M. To Midnight In The Main Cafeteria. Casual Dress. NO ADMISSION CHARGE. Sunday—September 20 Family Dinner. 4:00 P.M. To 6:00 P.M. In The Main Cafeteria. $1.50 Per Person. (Children Under 12, $1.00) Call Extension 729 For Reservations. I Desired But Not Required) Union Movie. "Tea and Sympathy" 7:30 P.M. In The Steninger Gymnasium. Admission—3sc Per Person.
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-1444 Woody Geller, Editor Loren Mendel, Managing Editor Larrie Minkoff, Bus. Mgr. Photographer, Ted Nakata; Sports by Gordie Helmers &amp; Bud Alexander; Ted Nakata, Assoc. Ed., Dentistry; Hiro Miyahara, Assoc. Ed., Pharmacy; Trixie McHarg. Assoc. Ed., Nursing.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
EDITORIAL Well, here it is September again with another summer gone clown the drain. This brings us all that much closer to the fulfillment of our dreams and ambitions. To you who are returning we say hello, welcome back. To you who are to be with us for the first time, welcome. May your stay here be an enjoyable and a fruitful one. You will find that you will be associated with one of the finest facilities of its type in the country. The training presented to you will be excellent but what you get out of it is up to you. A year ago, we here at the medical center were blessed with a new Union, dedicated to the proposition that our academic life should be more pleasant. As with all newborn infants, the Union had some trouble in learning to walk." But now it can walk and is prepared to march forward with confidence. However, the Union needs your support. It is here for you and without you it cannot exist. Use it and enjoy it. The Synapse is now in the process of reorganizing its staff...
A Message From The Pres. of ASUCMC [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
A Message From The Pres. of ASUCMC Inasmuch as this initial issue of The Synapse for the semester exists in major part as a means of welcoming and orienting those of you who are new to our campus, allow me to extend a sincere welcome as a representative of the Associated Students of the University of California Medical Center. Due to the recent addition of our "pride and joy." in th-&lt; form of the Student Union, this Medical Center is now in a better po- Sition than at any time previous ly tf&gt; function as a true meeting place for the several members of the "healing arts" team. This can and should be true in both an academic and social sense. Thus, the concept of il student body which is in fact "Associated" is possible on a campus with diverse, ye) similar, pursuits. Such a cohesive force and attitude can only be to the ultimate benefit of (he entire Medical Center, whether it be on the student or faculty level. Finally, let this welcome also serve as an invitat...
Big Weekend Parking [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Big Weekend Parking Parking is a mays a problem here on the I Till but during the we?kend of the re-opening of the Millberry' Union the situation may be even worse. Parking will be available on campus Friday from 5:00 p.m. on . . . Saturday from 11:00 a.m. on . and all day Sunday. Parking is also available in the garage every weekday from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. The garag- is closed weeknn/lc
Noon Concert Series To Begin Sept. 29 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Noon Concert Series To Begin Sept. 29 The Medical Center Noon Conceit Series, now a successfully established program, will inaugurate its 1959-1900 program on September 29 in the Music Room of the Millberry Union. The performing artist on this occasion will be Mrs. Xenia B. a graduate of the University of California. Mrs. Lee will be heard in a program of piano music by Beethoven, Bartok and the contemporary American composer. Walter Piston. Noon concerts are held each Tuesday during the academic year at the noon hour. These programs have been very well received by students and personnel of the Medical Center campus in the past two years. Many outstanding local artists have appeared in these programs, including David del Tredici, Janet Goodman and Stephen Bishop, all three of whom have appeared with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. The Noon Concert programs are planned by the Noon Concert Committee of'ASUCMC. Any individuals on the campus who can offer their help to the committ...
WELCOME PHARMACY STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
WELCOME PHARMACY STUDENTS On behalf of the students of the Univ?rsity of California School of Pharmacy, I extend a warm welcome and congratulations upon your entrance to our midst. Each year the presidents of the various schools of this campus not only extend their w?lcome to entering students but attempt to offer advice and suggestions which might both ease the initial adjustment to this new way of life but also enrich and deepen the experiences for growth during your stay on this campus. The suggestions which I have to maks I'm sure have been said many times before, and since others have said them so many times I feel them worthy of repetition. You, as pharmacy students, are offered a gr"at opportunity to prepare yourselves for a rewarding life as part of a great health team. Without a doubt the faculty that will instruct you is one of the finest irt America. The opportunity for the interchange of ideas with these people comes only as a student, and the wise individual is the one ...
WELCOME Medical Students [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
WELCOME Medical Students Class of '63: Welcome to the Medical Center, and to your medical school. These days signal for most of you the beginning of a long-awaited career in Medicine or its allied sciences. Arrival at this campus signifies the wonderful beginnings of your clinical studies. Though of a respectable age as a campus, the Medical Center student organizations are relatively new in their present form. With matriculation you automatically become a member of two organizations, the Associated Students of the School of Medicine (the ASSM), and the Associated Students of the University of California Medical Center (the ASUCMC). The ASSM in particular is your student body organization; you are invited to all its meetings and will be informed of all its activities by your class officers. You are also a member of the larger organization, the ASUCMC, composed of students of all of the schools at the Medical Center. In addition to your participation in ASSM and in ASUCMC, you are in...
WELCOME Dental Students [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
WELCOME Dental Students Welcome, Class of 1963! We, the Dental Student Body, hope your years at the Medical Center will be as enjoyable and rewarding as ours have been. As your first year progresses you will probably find your experiences will vary from artistic exhilaration to mechanical frustration. Working with unfamiliar terminology and equipment, this first year at times becomes hectic to say the least, but never overwhelming. We are provided at this campus with a new, modern Student Union, where students may engage in numerous activities that are constantly in progress. You will find the Academic strain well relieved by active participation in the Student Union functions. The Union also affords you the opportunity tp make many new friends in the other schools of the Medical Center. The success of the Student Union activities and Dental School functions depends on you. Your academic studies, laboratory and clinic work are important, but endeavor to take part in social and frate...
From The Desk Of The Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
From The Desk Of The Union Director It was almost exactly a year ago today that I had the occasion to prepare an artcile relating to the opening and dedication of the (then) brand new Guy S. Millberry Union. Curiously* enough, and as we await the start of the 1959-60 academic year, my staff and I find ourselves possessed of the We amount of anxiety, anticipation, optimism — and nervousness. In comparing the original opening to the coming "re-open-ing" we feel that we are now equipped with a significant and valuable tool which was not at our reach twelve months ago, viz., a full year of operating experience. Advantageously, we now possess the answers to a great number of vital questions which confronted us in 1958. Certainly it can be said that one of the necessary elements for perpetuating success is thorough (and frequent) evaluation. During the past three months, a great deal of time has been devoted to this process. Retrospectively, the 1958-59 year was a difficult one wherein we...
"Great Pacific Jazz Band" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
"Great Pacific Jazz Band" Jazz comes to the Union Cafeteria this Saturday night, September 19, from 9:00 p.m. to midnight. Music in this case is to be supplied by the talented and colorful "Great Pacific Jazz Band" under the leadership of Robin Wetterau. Playing in the solid and traditional Dixieland manner, Wetterau's group has been organized and making appearances in the Bay Area for over two years. The organization consists of Charlie Sonnastine, first trumpet; Frank Goulette, second trumpet; Roy Gromi, clarinet; Sanford Newbauer, trombone; Tito Patri, banjo; Lee Valencia, banjo; Lloyd Byassee, drums; Dick Lammi, tuba; and Wetterau on piano. Although most of the musicians hold full-time, no-musical jobs, jazz afficianados will recognize the names of many of the Band members, from such famous groups as Turk Murphy's Jazz Band, the Bay City Jazz Band, the Dixieland Rhythm Kings, and The Strugglers. As opposed to other groups, the Great Pacific Jazz Band concentrates not on rehashin...
"Family Dinner" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
"Family Dinner" The Millberry Union Food Services Department will present the first of a series of "Special Sunday Dinners" beginning with a family dinner this coming Sunday, September 20, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Main Cafeteria. Sunday's menu will feature spiced tomato juice, roast torn turkey with savory dressing, a choice of potatoes, molded cranberry salad, assorted relishes, chery tart, and a choice of beverage. The cost to adults will be only $1.50 per plate, with children under 12 being served for $1.00. Armand "Ted" Allegra, Union Food Services Director, is hopeful that many "Union families" will make these special Sunrinv dinners n regular habit.