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Art Exhibits Announced [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Art Exhibits Announced The Union Fine Arts Committee has announced its complete schedule of art exhibits for the first semester of the 1959-60 school year. Now on display is a set of twenty-six black and white photo panels showing some of the drawings and models of Leonardo da Vinci's inventions. This exhibit will be on display through the 6th of October. During the period October 1, 1959 through October 15, 1959, Hallmark Cards Incorporated will provide one of its annual "Hallmark Cards Art Award" series. Between November 2, 1959 and November 19, 1959, and through the courtesy of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., the Fine Arts Committee will feature the "News Pictures Of The Year" traveling exhibit. Put together collectively by E. 8., the University of Missouri School of Journalism, and the National Press Photographer's , Association, this outstanding exhibit is the result of annual competition and is made up of approximately sixty, 16"x20" mounted photos. Beginning on November 23 an...
WELCOME Dental Hyqienists [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
WELCOME Dental Hyqienists By Gail Louise Jacobs Welcome, Dental Hygiene Freshmen! Welcome to one of the most complete medical centers in the United States. Our Medical Center is unique in that it combines residence halls, parking, cafeteria, student store as well as recreational facilities. Your stay here will be busy! Your academic life will leave you time to enjoy and benefit from the various cultural and social opportunities the U.C.M.C. has to offer. The senior class in Dental Hygiene is glad to have you here. We are looking forward to meeting and working with you, and hope that we can answer any questions you might have. Best wishes for a very successful year!
Medical Illustrators Exhibit At Presidio [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Medical Illustrators Exhibit At Presidio One of the most unusual art shows to appear on the Pacific Coast will open on September 16 when the Pacific Coast Society of Medical Illustrations and Photographers begin a four-day exhibit at Letterman Army Hospital, San Francisco. The exhibit, which promises to be the finest displays of brush, pen, and camera as an aid to medicine, will feature the work of medical artists and photographers from Stanford University School of Medicine, University of California Medical School, the Veterans Administration Hospital, Fort Miley, Mount Zion Hospital and Letterman Army Hospital, to name a few. Art and photography will be arranged by categories and will include among others, ent, pathology, urology, opthalmology, ob-gyn thoracic, neurology, orthopedic, medical training aids, radiology and histology. First exhibit of its kind on the Pacific Coast, the show will be housed in the Recreation Hall at Letterman Army Hospital and will be open September 16 ...
WELCOME FRESHMAN NURSES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
WELCOME FRESHMAN NURSES At last you're here! It rrfay still seem a little unbelievable after your years of preprofessional schooling during which you waited and planned toward the day when you could enter nursing school. You will find your life here different in many respects. Now for the first time you will begin to apply in the hospital situation and to the patients what you are learning. You will spend a large portion of your training working closely with many people—patients, staff, faculty and fellow students. As a campus our Medical Center is unique also. We share it with students who are enrolled in other professional schools related to the medical sciences. You will also find that the faculty members and employees join with us in many of our campus activities. At the heart of student activities is Millberry Union with its athletic program, student affairs, campus organization meetings and residences. Yes, at last you're here! We, the members of the Nursing Student Body, have...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
MEMBERSHIP IN ASUCMC . Membership in the ASUCMC is offered to students for $10.00, $8.00 of which is sent to the ASUC Berkeley Campus, giving us the privilege to attend the various functions ooth athletic and social held by that organization. The remaining $2.00 is retained by the ASUCMC, constituting the organization's main source of income. Buy a card! Support your ASUCMC. c Now open for your convenience The TERMINAL PHOTO STUDIO Located in San Francisco's Downtown Airline Terminal 375 O'Farrell Street A Step Away From The Passport Office :★★**★★★★★★*★** SPECIALIZING IN— • Passport Photos • Identification Photos • Citizenship Photos • Photostatic Copies
Why You Pay A Union Fee [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Why You Pay A Union Fee As you know it was voted upon to maintain an obligatory fee of $7.50 per semester per student or $15.00 per school year, and this fee is a separate one and in no way related to any other existing "student body" fees. This fee Is payable at the time of registration of each regular semester, and evidence of Union membership will appear on the reverse side of each student's blue academic registration card. The following are some of the benefits received by the students for their $7.50 investment: 1. Reduced price of food 2. Coat, book, and checking service 3. Spacious and attractive lounge areas 4. Meeting rooms and special equipment 5. Office and storage space for organizations 6. Information service, public address system 7. Minimal charge for rental of games equipment (i.e. billiards, table tennis, etc.) 8. Music room with the ultimate in Hi-Fi equipment 9. Free use of extensive athsletic facilities 10. Easily accessible services such as the barber shop, book...
Union Council To Be Formed [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Union Council To Be Formed In order that the Guy S. Millberry Union may better serve its members, a Union Program Council will be formed to help in the planning of activities. Six committees have been anticipated for the immediate future, covering various activities which would fall under their broad categories. Games: Bridge lessons, Games, Parties, Game Instructions. Film: Weekly Films, Camera Club, Special Film Activities. Dances: Special Dances, Dance Instruction, Mixer Dances. Fine Arts: Craft Activities, Record Renting Library, Jazz and Classical Music Programs. Promotions: Brochures, Union Newspaper, Special Publicity Workshops. Hospitality: Coffee Hours, Book Reviews, Debates. The chairman of each of these six committees together with three separate officers will form the union program council. It is hoped that the chairman of this council will gain a seat on the Union Board of Governors. There will be sub-chairmen and committee members within each individual group, and it i...
Music Room Features New Stereo Unit [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Music Room Features New Stereo Unit Shown above are Miss Nancy Nicholson, Sophomore, Nursing, and Miss Caroline Swan so n, Sophomore, Nursing, admiring the Union's new Ampex stereophonic equipment. Installed during this past summer, the unit is located in the Music Room and was donated to the Millberry Union by Miss Helen Myers in memory of her mother, Alice A. Myers. The actual equipment consists of twin 15", 25 watt, Jim Lansing extended range speakers (in Sielev speaker enclosures) finished to match the walls of the Music Room; and the main console unit which features a Garrard fourspeed changer, diamond stylus, Pickering stereo cartridge, and bell stereo amplifier. In view of the fact that the Music Room also contains a grand piano, and in order to avoid conflicts, a general "Music Room Equipment Procedure" has been established and is available at the Central Desk (check out point for the Union's record collection). Essentially, the procedure calls for "reserving" the use of eit...
Dance Instruction Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Dance Instruction Schedule Modern Dance for Women Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30--6:30. Wednesday mornings, 11-12. Ballroom Dance Thursday nights, 7:30-B:3o—Be-ginning;" 8:30-9:30—Advanced. Social Hour 9:30-10:30. Cost of the dance instruction will be 50c per lesson or $5 per course. All dance instructions will start the week of September 28 and follow a 10-week schedule. Sign-ups will be taken at the Central Desk of the Millberry Union.
Newman Club's Activities [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Newman Club's Activities The 11th year of Newman Club activities will begin with the annual get acquainted party. The party will be held on the 7th floor of the 610 Dorm, on Wednesday evening, September 23rd, from 8--11 p.m. Included in the evening's fun will be entertainment, refreshments, dancing, and Introductions of this year's new offi-, cers who are: President: Vince Blake (Phar** macy) Vice-President: Ellen Brown (Pharmacy). Recording Secretary: , Nlckie Haumeder (Nursing). Corresponding Secretary: Maxine Sam (Nursing). Treasurer: Mark Westervelt (Medicine). Later the same week, Sunday, September 27th, the Newman Club will hold its annual fall picnic. The picnic will be held at Mount St. Helena which is in the hills above Los Gatos. Plan to meet at 11 a.m. at Millberry Union. Rides Will be provided from there to the picnic. For those driving maps will be provided. The weather and area in the hills is perfect for a fall picnic. Included in the day's fun will be volleyball, bas...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
DoYouThinktirYourself? (SHARPEN YOUR WITS ONTHISI*) If you saw a girl in a bathing suit on a ski slope, s - * would you say, (A) "What-no skis?" or (B) T«Nk S "Cold?" br (C) "The pool closed three months . *'&gt; "*'**"r-. % ago," or (D) "Stay right here-Ill get the guard!" ADBDCD D D g HlEililiiW "vjutffc* Do you think the statement IJteK»*\MW?S. "It's always darkest before the dawn" is (A) an astroISvyJ\ nomical truism? (B) a good ■a? °PS» || reason for getting home ■gl early? (C) a piece of hopeB&gt;J ril* ful philosophy? (D) an argufc&gt;»" V * ment for night watchmen? AQ BQCQ DD f(&amp;v «. Do y° u think that a man \Vj\ 1 who can pole-vault 16 feet but doesn't like to, should (A) go out and do it anywa y' (w keep c w^°'e I thing t0 himself? &lt; c ) do • ==dL^^^^ r bit of self-analysis on why /"""•l-^"" |h&gt; he doesn't like to go so high? ' (D) have the bar set lower? AD BQCQ DQ When you choose a filter cigarette, do you (A) ask...
Sports-Recreation Hours of Operation Athletic and Recreation Wing [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Sports-Recreation Hours of Operation Athletic and Recreation Wing .thletic Control Desk— Monday - Thursday 11 A.M. • 10 P.M. Friday 11 A.M. - 9 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. Sunday 1 P.M. • 9 P.M. he Swimming Pool — Monday■ Friday 11 A.M.- 9 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M.- 9 P.M. Sunday .'. 1 P.M.- 9 P.M. he Athletic Facilities (gym, squash courts, exercise room) — Monday - Thursday 11 A.M.-10 P.M. Friday 11 A.M. - 9 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. Sunday -. 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. rOTE: The athletic facilities are reserved for Langley Porter neuro-psychlatric patients on Mondays and Fridays, 9:30 A.M.-ll A.M.
Swim Team Schedules [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Swim Team Schedules Water Ballet S.F. Surf ins — First and third Thursday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m. Note: The San Francisco Surfins is a private swim group composed of both U.C.M.C. student swimmers and other swimmers from the San Francisco area. This team has been together for several years and has made their name, "The Surf ins," number one in both national and international water ballet swimming. The team is coached by Dr. Lolo Baer, who is a member of the Medical School faculty. Anyone desiring to become associated with this group should contact Dr. Baer direct, j Synchronized Swimming Millberry Union "Marlins" — Second and fourth Thursday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m. Note: The Millberry Union Marlins Is a student and staff group which will be organized this fall under the instruction and coaching of Miss Anne Oelwein, a member of the Nursing School faculty. An attempt wil be made to develop this group into a popular entertaining synchronized swim team. It is desirous that those ...
FOOTBALL TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
FOOTBALL TICKETS Tickets are now available at the Central Desk for the Cal-lowa game September 26. The deadline for the sale of these tickets will be Wednesday, September 23 at 5:00 p.m. All tickets will be sold on a first-come first-serve basis. Student A.S.U.C. Athletic Priviledge Card holders will have free admission. Associate A.S.U.C. Card holders may purchase two regular admission tickets at half price. Spouse Tickets $175 Regular Admission Tickets... $3.50
Huffer's Club [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Huffer's Club Sign-ups for the Millberry Union outdoor activities club, the "Buffer's," will be-taken at the Athletic Control Desk. The Huffers Club is a combined organization of all those interested in outdoor activities such as camping, skiing, sports cars, horseback riding, picnics, water skiing, fishing, boating, bicycling, etc. Sign-ups are taken according to the activity. Whenever a particular activity is planned those people who have signed up for that activity will be notified. For further information inquire at the Athletic Control Desk or see Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor.
Fall Intramural Sports and Recreational Program [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Fall Intramural Sports and Recreational Program A bigger and better program of sports and recreation for the fall semester has been drawn-up by the Recreation Department. Concerning the use of the recreation facilities in the Millberry Union, Bud Alexander has this message for U.C. Medical students and faculty; "The excellent facilities for athletics and recreation provided by the Guy S. Millberry Union, combined with a very fine staff places the U.C. Medical Center in a unique and enviable position among all other Medical School campuses. The Recreation Department plans to offer a wellbalanced program of intramural athletics and recreational activities. It is hoped that some phase of this program would appeal to the needs and interests of nearly every student and faculty member on campus."