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Gordon Helmers Heads Intramural Program Here [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Gordon Helmers Heads Intramural Program Here The Millberry Union Recreation Department is happy to announce that Gordon Helmers has been appointed Recreation Activities Assistant for the fall semester 1959. Gordon will supervise the men's intramural program. It will be his responsibility to organize the teams, draw up league schedules, appoint officials. He will also continue his responsibility to the children's swimming program. Gordon will also be connected with other special activities which will be organized throughout the fall semester. Bud Alexander, the Recreation Supervisor, is proud to have Gordon on his staff. He is very pleased with the work that he has done with the swim program and other special activities throughout the summer. You can rest assured that the program will be better than ever with Gordon on the staff. '•.-:/.■; ;—_ ... ,';,..., ,q. .'.....'.-'—i-j-_ ■■••:,;' ■;■
Swimming Instruction Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Swimming Instruction Schedule Swimming instruction for students, faculty members, employees and their families will be offered during the fall semester at the Union. All classes will begin the week of September 28. Classes will follow a ten-week schedule. Registration is at the Athletic Control Desk September 14-26. Classes will be limited. Sign-up will be handled on first-come, first-serve basis. RATES — Members, $2 per course. Non • members (children, employees, guests, etc.), $4 per course. Schedule. Beginning Swim Classes (nonswimmers) not able to swim across width of pool: Children 6-9 Sats. 9-10 a.m.. 1 Children 10-14 Sats. 10-11 a.m.; Adults 15+ Mon. 6-7 p.m.;; Children's classes will consistl of 10 one-half hour lesson pe-jji riods. Class will meet each Sat-S urday morning on a re g v 1a rl schedule. £ Adult classes are set up on al 10 one-hour lesson basis meeting! once each week. fl Intermediate Swim Classes! (those able to swim 40 yards): Jr Children 6-9 Sats. 11-12 a.m. ...
Special Events [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Special Events Watch for the posting of these dates: All-Campus Picnic Cal Football Films Big Game Excursion . Lick Observatory Excursion Giants' Ball Games Deep Sea Fishing Camping Trip Children's Party Water Skiing Ball and Chain Nights Coffee Hour Hi-Fi Concert Beat Hour Children's Christmas Party Billiard Exhibition Sports Car Rally Stag Night Ladies' Night Bike Hike Parents' Day Photo Contest Swim Show Noon Concerts Swim Meet And Many Others. BUD ALEXANDER
Intramural Program Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Intramural Program Schedule FALL 1959 "Leagues Men's Basketball—lndependent League, which includes school, class, faculty, and employees. Entry deadline: September 30. Play, starts: October 5, Monday night league.. . • Men's Basketball — Fraternity League, for organizations. Entry deadline: September 30. Play starts : October 7, Wednesday night league. Men's Distance Swim — On school, faculty, and staff basis. Entry deadline: September 30. Play starts: October 1 and ends December 1. Bowling- League—Co-education-al, Tuesday nights, Park Bowl: 8:30 p.m., set up on four man teams, two men and two women, with the option of having two alternates which will consist of one man and one woman. Entry deadline: September-30. Play starts: October 6. Women's Volleyball — Open league on school, class, and staff, basis. Tuesday night league. Entry deadline: October 7. Play starts: October 13. Waterpolo — School, faculty, and staff basis. Thursday night league. Entry deadline: October 28. Play star...
Introducing... The U.C. Medical Center [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Introducing... The U.C. Medical Center Herbert C. Moffitt Hospital Floor B Central Supply, Physical Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Mail Room, Autopsy, Solution Manufacture and Housekeeping 1 Hospital Administrative Offices, Cashier, Admitting, Observation and Accounting 2 Kitchen, Cafeterias, Coffee Shop, Dietary 3 Radiology—Diag. and Therapy, Offices and Seminar, Nursing Serv. Offices 4, Operating Rooms, Recovery ' Rooms and Offices 5 Clinical Labs.—Hospital Pathology, EEG, Labs. and Blood Bank Where to Find the Answers Academic ~ . •, matters Dean of respective school Admission „ problems Admissions o'flce, 6ZA UUI Books and supplies / , . . . Student Store, Ground floor, Student Union Dental service, ,_„ Counseling . Dean Batts, 238 UCH Information booth, 606 Med. Set Bldß. Fees . ..Recorder's Office, 628 UCH Hou-lnc Dean of Students Office or Housing Supervisor, 238 Millberry Union Intramural sports Council representative Jobs Personnel Office (60 .UCH) or Dean of Students (238...
HOUSING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
HOUSING The office of the Dean of Students, Room 238, U.C. Hospital, maintains a list of rooms (most of which have kitchen privileges), apartments and flats for the convenience of students. In addition to the above, married students have found satisfactory living quarters in some of the housing projects owned and operated by the City and County of San Francisco, the most favored being the Sunnydale project in Visitacion Valley and the Valencia Gardens project in the Mission district. These are low Income housing units and are available to married students with children. To apply for this housing the following are needed: - 1. Marriage Certificate. 2. Children's Birth Certificate. 3. Veterans: Discharge papers and G.I. entitlement statement. 4. Non-veterans: Proof of income student will be dependent upon throughout his schooling. Application must be made in person at: Housing Authority, City and County of S.F. 440 Turk Street, S.F.
Union Film Program [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Union Film Program The Union Film Committee takes great pride in announcing a new film program for the fall semester. The committee is one of the standing student activity groups of the Millberry Union. (Positions on this committee are now available, and interested parties may inquire in Room 240 of the union.) The committee's main purpose is to offer film as more than an entertainment medium, but as a distinct art form. Your comments concerning the total program are encouraged. Suggestion boxes are located in several areas of the building. Among the changes to be expected are: • A special section for smokers. • An improved sound system. • Change of showing from Fridays at 8:00 p.m. to Sundays at 7:30 p.m. Following is a list of feature films to be shown this semester: Sunday, Sept. 20 —"Tea and Sympathy." Sunday, Sept. 27—"Pather Panchali." Sunday, October 4—"The King and I." Sunday, Oct. 11 — "The Red Shoes." Sunday, Oct. 18 — "C har 11 c Chaplin Festival." Sunday, Oct. 25—"Rififl...
MASTER CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
MASTER CALENDAR Pictured above is Mr. Glenn Fortini, student body president, shown with the new campus-wide Master Calendar located on the second floor of the Millberry Union. Established primarily to help solve some critical problems in the scheduling of various campus events, the calendar was constructed and installed this summer. Not intended to be all-inclusive, the new calendar attempts to list all of the events Union scheduling personnel are able to learn about which are of general interest to the campus family. Listings are recorded whether the event takes place in the Union or not. Calendar entries will be made by Miss Glenda Jones, Secretary to the Union Director. Based on all events recorded, a weekly mimeographed calendar supplement will be prepared for distri- bution to any individual or group requesting a copy. The effectiveness of this type of calendar depends almost entirely on the cooperation and perpetual cooperation of all of those individuals or groups responsible...
Where To Eat [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 16 September 1959
Where To Eat The food service department in the Millberry Union operates a cafeteria and fountain which are open during the following hours for your convience: CAMPOS CANTEEN 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m* Monday through Friday. Closed on week-ends. FACULTY CLUB Open for luncheon only, Monday through Friday, 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Closed on weekends. MAIN CAFETERIA Monday through Friday: Luncheon—ll:ls a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dinner —5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday: Closed. Sunday: Special dinners—4:oo p.m. to 6:00 p.m. FOUNTAIN Monday through Thursday: 7:00 a.m. to 10:45 p.m., continuous service. Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., continuous service. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 p.m., continuous service. Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., continuous service. In addition the dietary department of Moffitt Hospital operates two. cafeterias located on the second floor'of Moffitt. The San Francisco Room is open from 6:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. weekdays and until 7:00 p.m. weekends. The Golden Gate Room is ope...
PROTECTION AGAINST PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 3 December 1959
PROTECTION AGAINST PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS Statewide and countrywide statistics for the first 40 weeks of 1959 continue to indicate, as during comparable periods in 1958 and 1957, that the limitation of the paralytic form of poliomyelitis is largely to unvaccinated or inadequately vaccinated persons. The State Department of Public Health (California's Health, Oct. 15, 1959) reports that almost 90 percent of the victims of paralytic poliomyelitis in California during the first 40 weeks of this year had not had the full course of three inoculations; and 61 percent had had no vaccine at all. Surgeon General Leroy E. Burney of the United States Public Health Service has pointed out that this year again, as during comparable periods in 1958 and 1957, nine out of every ten persons who have contracted paralytic poliomyelitis had not been triply vaccinated. A survey made during registration this fall by Student Health Service revealed that only 20 percent of the students at the Medical Cent...
STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT KERR ON STUDENT DIRECTIVES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 3 December 1959
STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT KERR ON STUDENT DIRECTIVES During the past year the University of California has been undergoing substantial administrative reorganization. A major part of this reorganization has consisted of the decentralization of administrative authority, thus giving Chief Campus Officers increasing responsibility for affairs on their respective campuses. In the course of this process of reorganization it became necessary in the student affairs area, as in many others, to review the governing statewide policies, to determine the extent of the authority to be delegated to the Chief Campus Officers, and to codify the policies guiding administration on the several campuses. Drafts of proposed regulations were circulated by the President to members of his immediate administrative staff and to Chief Campus Officers during the Spring Semester, 1959. Chief Campus Officers were requested to consult with faculty and student groups on their campuses and to report the results of such...
THE REGULATIONS ON USE OF UNIVERSITY FACILITIES AND STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 3 December 1959
THE REGULATIONS ON USE OF UNIVERSITY FACILITIES AND STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Students at the University of California have now and have always had the complete freedom of all citizens to participate in international, national and local affairs. They may engage in the wide variety of organizations and activities which are open to citizens generally. In the exercise of this freedom they hove organized many off-campus groups for the purpose of expressing their varying viewpoints. Political groups, religious groups, special interest groups of many kinds are readily available to students desiring such participation. Beyond these general freedoms of every citizen to participate in community political, religious, and intellectual life, students understandably want to bring as much as possible of this "outside" life to the campus where they must of necessity spend so much of their time. In fact, the recent history of the University has been marked by a continuing increase in the freedom of stu...
THE REGULATION ON STUDENT GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 3 December 1959
THE REGULATION ON STUDENT GOVERNMENT Student governments in the University of California have been established under the authority of the President of the University for defined and limited purposes. They have been delegated substantial administrative authority in areas of University affairs which are entrusted to student governments in no other major University in this country. University affairs which the President and The Regents have and cannot escape ultimate fiscal and policy responsibility are in fact managed by student governments. Furthermore, on most campuses membership is compulsory and the administrative authority of The Regents have and cannot escape ultimate fiscal and policy responsibility are in fact managed by student governments. Furthermore, on most campuses membership is compulsory and the administrative authority of The Regents is employed to collect student fees. Under such circumstances student governments do not and cannot have inherent freedom to act entirel...