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Coffee and Counsel [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 February 1960
Coffee and Counsel • The stimulation provided by the Coffee Break comes more from conversation over the cups, than from the caffeine in them. • This, at least, is the contention of Dr. Jean S. Felton of California School of Public Health. • Although laboratory work has shown that caffeine acts on the brain to promote clearer, more rapid thinking, the Los Angeles investigator declares that these effects "have never been demonstrated in the work situation." • Dr. Felton goes on to say: "Probably the greatest value of the coffee break is the opportunity, particularly for those in repetitive work, to cease their labors periodically, and establish or develop further relationships with co-workers. "Whether welders are on a smoke-break at the coffee dispenser or typists are at the snack bar, there is value in these groupings. "Experiences are exchanged and tensions lessened. Plans are made for joint activities, romances are nourished, and low-level counseling executed."
NEW HOURS FOR ATHLETIC WING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 February 1960
NEW HOURS FOR ATHLETIC WING New Hours for the Union athletic facilities went into effect January 4. The new time schedule cuts out what has been found to be fringe hours, where the demand for use of the facilities is negligible. Even though we would like to keep the doors to the athletic facilities open more hours, budgetary commitments demand that we shorten our hours of operation for the Spring semester. Hours of Operation ATHLETIC AND POOL FACILITIES: Monday—Friday 12—9 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M.—6 P.M. Sunday 1 P.M.—6 P.M. RECREATIONAL SWIM SCHEDULE: (Members and Guests) Monday, Wednesday, Friday -12 Noon—9 P. M. Tuesday and Thursday 12 Noon—7 P.M. Saturday and Sunday 1 P.M.—6 P.M. (Employees and Families) Monday and Friday 5P.M.—9 P.M.
SPRING PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 February 1960
SPRING PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAM: Registration and sign-ups "for the Spring semester swimming classes will be taken from February 1 through February 7. Both adult and children's classes will be scheduled. The next series of lessons is scheduled to begin during the week of February 15. A printed schedule of classes may be obtained at the Athletic Control Desk. ■ ■ WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTORS COURSE SCHEDULE TO START FEBRUARY 9: In cooperation with the local chapter of the American Red Cross, the Union Recreation Department will offer a Water Safety Instructors Swimming Course during the Spring semester. Enrollment will be limited to 20 persons. The course will consist of approximately 60 working hours, with instruction being given on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7—9 P.M. Applications for this course are now being accepted. For further information contact Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor, Ext. 721, Room 243, Millberry Union. ■ ■ DANCE PROGRAM SCHEDULE S...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 4 February 1960
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medicol Center Son Froncisco 22. Colifornic Montrose 1-1444 Woody Geller Editor Trixie McHarg Associate Editor, Nursing Ted Nakata Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Hiro Miyahara Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Ted Nakata Photographer Gordie Helmers. Sports Editor Reporters: Jean Gansel, Barbara Dushane, Marilyn Jung, Norman Danieko, Richard Alves. Published monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students. U.C. Medical Center.
BACCHUS DANCE SET FOR APRIL 23 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
BACCHUS DANCE SET FOR APRIL 23 Hail King Bacchus! It's reaching that time of the year when King Bacchus reigns again. This year's ASUCMC-sponsored Bacchus Dance will be held on Saturday, April 23, from 9:00 to 1:00 P.M. A unique location has been chosen for this year's dance. Arrangements have been made to have the Bacchus celebration aboard the Balcutha, a sailing vessel docked at Fisherman's Wharf. Dancing will be to the music of Ray Hackett and his orchestra. Bids will be $5.00 per couple, and will go on sale at the Central Desk of the Millberry Union on Monday, April 4. Working diligently on arrangements for the dance are committee chairman Dick Pfarrer and his committee members Dennis Norrby, Bob Ja, John Low, Glen Webb, Sam Kidder and Jim Flaherty—all students in the School of Pharmacy. The Bacchus Celebration will include: 1.) Dancing to Ray Hackett's orchestra from 9:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M. 2.) Cocktails free to all purchasing bids. 3.) The awarding of the King Bacchus Trophy a...
FROM PHARMACY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
FROM PHARMACY SCHOOL The sophomore class, under the esteemed leadership of their organizers, held a party at the Kappa Psi house recently. The members of the class were out-numbered four to one by Ist year girls from Providence Nursing School —seemed quite impressed with everything— hadn't acquired the natural amount of apathy yet. Always thinking of the beauty of the campus and the surrounding neighborhood, a campus fraternity planted two Persia Indicas—approved by the Regents and Improvement Committee of course—on Pamassus Avenue. Dean Batts is getting fed up with students lounging on the roof of the Union, throwing beer cans and shouting profanity at passing damsels. rnnflnnpM On niPP Governor Brown will never get his budget balanced, despite the vetoes he throws the legislature. This campus alone will throw the budget into deficit through the unscrupulous endeavors of certain "empowered" students. Sorry about that! The Vledi-Cal is finally off the ground — through the concerted ...
EDITOR'S NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
EDITOR'S NOTES What's New About the New Synapse Actually, nothing is really new; the New Synapse is only reverting back to its old ways, so to speak. Originally, as some of you might remember, the Synapse was published as a campus newspaper for the students. Recently it has digressed in content to just another Med Center bulletin whose best purpose, as far as most students were concerned, was as a book mark. The editors and staff of the new Synapse feel that there is a definite need for a campus newspaper which would be interesting and entertaining to the student. The Medical Center is, after all, a university campus and while, educationally speaking, it fulfills its role, there are many other facets, common to all university campuses, in which we are definitely lacking -such things as campus student unity, the social activities and atmosphere which lead to the exchange of new ideas and different interests amongst all of the stu-dents-in essence, all of the things we find outside ou...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
From the Desk of the Union Director FROM: R. A. Alexander In resuming this particular column, may first extend congratulations to the Cal Club for volunteering to take over the job of publishing our campus newspaper. The Union Board and staff are convinced of the need for a publication of this type, and we wish the new editors every success in this challenging venture. Some coming events of interest: Special Art Exhibits The Union Fine Arts Committee is now displaying original paintings by the Saturday Evening Post's world-famous illustrator, Norman Rockwell. These works will be up through Friday, May 6. The final exhibit of the year will run from May 10 through May 31 and will consist of a very unique display of Early-American Firearms collected by Dr. Hartman of the School of Dentistry. ■■ Film Program Five more programs remain to be presented this Spring, the schedule being as follows: • April 22—The Golden Age of Comedy • April 29 —Will Success Spoil Rock 11 unter? • May 6—Mirac...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C. Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1 — 1444 Paul Rhodes Glen Cureton Editors Robbie Bradley Assoc. Editor, Nursing Marshall Storz Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy Jim Blake Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Jim Villaveces Assoc. Editor, Medicine Julie Humphreys Assoc. Editor, Dental Hygiene Hiro Miyahara Assoc. Editor, Fraternities Published monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center
Too Many People? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
Too Many People? by Jim Villaveces senior school of medicine "Population Explosion" experts worry about the number of mouths to feed but forget that each new mouth is accompanied by two hands to feed it, a priest-educator asserted here. Father Anthony Zimmerman, S.V.D., S.T.D., who taught at Imperial College in Japan during 1948—52 and who wrote his now famous Ph. D. thesis on overpopulation, was introduced to an audience of over 200 in the Medical Sciences auditorium by Professor Harold Harper of the Department of Biochemistry. In his lecture, sponsored by the campus Newman Club, Father Zimmerman stated that the world is in a state of transition from a period of high mortality to a period of low mortality. Because of increasing standards of health, people are now living longer. Once the ultimate frontier of life expectancy will have been reached by most of the human race, and will have been implemented into the various population compositions, he said, the explosion of human number...
DENTAL HYGIENE HIGHLIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 19 April 1960
DENTAL HYGIENE HIGHLIGHTS Have you noticed any knitting needles around campus? Well, chances are there's a Junior Dental Hygiene student attached to the other end. This is our latest method of improving our digital dexterity, (or could it be that Spring is here and naturally books have to be replaced with something . . . ) Another distinguishing feature, is our mad rush to any and all cultural events. This did not come about exactly by choice, but as an effort to disprove the rumor circulating the Med Center that "D.H.s have culture." Now, much to our surprise, we're actually beginning to enjoy the Finer Things in Life: the symphony, the ballet, deYoung Museum, band concerts in the park, the beach, the zoo, the Wishing Well. (Uh-huh. Spring is here . . . ) Social activities have also received some attention this semester. A good time was had by all at a at a dinner-dance held in conjunction with the Senior class. To celebrate the middle of March (any excuse will do), we entertained ...