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THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 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 Published bi-monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U. C. Medical Center
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
From the Desk of the Union Director TO: The Editors, THE SYNAPSE FROM: R. A. Alexander For about the last six weeks, the Union has been as dismal and as quiet as a pediatric ward without any babies. So, and in the words of comic, Phil Silvers, "Glad ta see ya!" The editors of The Synapse have requested that an article be submitted covering activities which itook place during the recent summer session and some of our plans for '60—'61. It seems appropriate, then, to begin with comments concerning: FINANCES &amp; HOURS After suffering substantial financial losses in its initial year of operations, the Millberry Union finished '59—'60 with a modest excess of income over expenses. This economic recovery was primarily due to increased activity in the Book and Supply Store, coupled with reduced losses in the Food Services Department. As we begin our third year of operations, however, there is no place for "fiscal overoptimism." Though we decidedly do not primarily consider ourselv...
SPLASH ON CAMPUS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
SPLASH ON CAMPUS Girls do you want to make a big splash on campus? Do you want to keep that good figure and be in shape by having fun? Do you want to Travel? To go to Michigan next spring? Then possibly Europe? Well, we have just the thing which you have been looking for, if you are a gal who likes to swim and is willing to put some effort and many enjoyable hours in swimming with a fine team of girls. If you fit these qualifications, the San Francisco Surfins, an Aquatic Art Floating Ballet swimming team, is looking for YOU. This team meets to practice together every Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m. at Hamilton Swimming Pool, under the direction of Dr. Charlotte Baer. The team is composed of several of the nursing students and graduate nurses of U.C., homemakers, teachers and college students. Besides working out at the pool, they engage themselves in many money-making activities to finance their many trips for competition with the other teams in The Academy of Aquatic Arts, The Surfi...
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
SPORTS Attention Bowling Enthusiasts: nnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnn nn Attention Bowling Enthusiasts: The Union is now forming an eight-team bowling league to be held on Monday evenings, 6:15-8:30 p.m. at the Park Bowl. Teams will consist of five members (3 men and 2 women with two alternates, one man and one woman). Basic instructions will be given to beginners. Gordon Helmers and Janie Fulton will be the league directors. Hurry and sign your team in. Entry deadline is set for September 30. Recreational bowling is set for September 12,19 and 26. League play will begin Monday, October 3, 1960. Stag Nite Set for September 30, 1960 Stag Night-1960, featuring special guest entertainment, food and athletic awards presentations for last year's intramural program, is scheduled for Friday night, September 30. This is one Stag Night the men will not want to miss. We'll have a guest sports figure, plus entertainment thafs worth watching. Tickets will soon be on sale at th...
STAFF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
STAFF NOTES A new face to greet our Union members when they check in to use the athletic facilities this fall, will be that of our new Athletic Control Manager, Mr. Tony Montanari. Tony comes to us from the San Francisco Olympic Club where he held an aquatic instructor's position. He has also been assisting the National Red Cross in several aquatic programs throughout the San Francisco Area during the past year. We are happy to welcome Tony to the Recreation Department Staff. We feel that he will add to our operation considerably. He has many talents which we have needed Tony's specialty is aquatics; however, his main duties in the Athletic Department will be that of supervising the Athletic Control Desk. He will also instruct our Senior Life Saving Class. Tony was selected from a group of ten applicants. We know you will like him. Assisting Tony in the Athletic Department, will be our regular stand-bys —Sports Assistants Roger Jones, who will conduct the major portion of the aquati...
"Something for Everyone" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
"Something for Everyone" "Something for Everyone" is the new theme of the Union as we go into our third year of operation. A "better than ever" program awaits all our Union members during the fall semester, and with this in mind the Union Recreation Department extends a hearty welcome back to all our old members and a special "glad to have you" to all our new members. Numerous activities are planned for the fall semester. You will find the academic strain well relieved by active participation in the activities of your choice. The Union also affords you the opportunity to make many new friends. We encourage you to make the Union your campus center. It's your Union — make yourself at home.
WELCOME SCHOOL OF PHARMACY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
WELCOME SCHOOL OF PHARMACY The members of the faculty of the School of Pharmacy join me in extending greetings and best wishes to the student body. All of you are here for the singular purpose of acquiring an educational background that will qualify you to serve as a member of your chosen profession. The University offers you an unlimited opportunity to achieve this high purpose and to develop your full potential in scholarly pursuits. To take advantage of this opportunity, which comes but once in a lifetime, is a challenge which, I am sure, each of you is willing to accept. This, of course, means a willingness to dedicate your time and effort to scholarly pursuits, irrespective of whether you find studying a pleasure or an effort. Experience shows there is a high degree of correlation in student achievement during the first few weeks of instruction and the over-all performance in a course. A good start is desirable for a happy ending. During the past several decades, more progress ...
DEANS' WELCOME SCHOOL OF MEDICINE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
DEANS' WELCOME SCHOOL OF MEDICINE It gives me great pleasure to welcome the freshman class of our School of Medicine to the San Francisco campus. You have completed a long period of preparation and are now ready to embark on a new and stimulating experience. Due to the generosity of the State of California, you have been afforded the most modern and complete facilities in which to pursue your education. We realize, of course, that "bricks and mortar" are not the heart of any school and, for this reason, we are proud to have a faculty of excellence who will assist you in developing those habits of learning leading to self education which you must maintain for the length of your professional career. In addition to the formal aspects of the curriculum, the faculty is also interested in helping you with any problems which might arise from the transition period during which you are first becoming acclimated to the atmosphere of a career in medicine. For this reason, I trust you will avai...
MESSAGES WELCOME SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
MESSAGES WELCOME SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY All of you who are entering the School of Dentistry today have completed — and I might add, quite successfully — a minimum of fourteen years of education. All of this has been preparation for this day when you start your professional education. You have been through a very fine "filter" system and selected out of about three hundred dental applicants and sixty dental hygiene applicants. The School of Dentistry will expect a high standard of performance from each of you, but if your motivation is strong and if our selection system was valid, there should be little fear of academic failure. Today, as you register, I want each of you to realize that you are doing more than registering in a new school; you are entering the profession of your choice. There are many skills which you must learn to master and there are several areas of science in which you must deepen and broaden your knowledge. Not the least of what you will learn in these formative yea...
WELCOME—SCHOOL OF NURSING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
WELCOME —SCHOOL OF NURSING The School of Nursing extends a warm welcome to all students enrolled this Fall; new students, basic and graduate, transfer students and returning students. We know you're coming to us fresh from a vacation of fun or perhaps a work-and-learn vacation, but we think you'll find the coming school year will bring its own excitement and enjoyment to you. Our new students who come from study in a variety of other educational institutions will find that, regardless of the size or fame of their parent school, they will never experience a greater opportunity for meaningful study than is ahead for them here at the Medical Center. The student community brings you the chance to make lifelong friends while you share the work and recreational life of other students on the San Francisco campus. The students have been sincerely missed during their absence. It's been too quiet around the Medical Center without you. Welcome back! Helen Nahm, Dean School of Nursing
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Union Sports and Recreation [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
Union Sports and Recreation Bud Alexander RECREATION SUPERVISOR Special Events Schedule — September, 1960 Watch for publicity concerning the following events: Birthday Celebration, 1960 — Open House — Friday evening, September 23, 1960 Water Show—7:3o and 8:30 p.m., September 23, 1960 Jazz Festival—9:oo-11:00 p.m., September 23, 1960 Orchestra Dance - Stag or Drag - Saturday, September 24, 1960 - 9:00-11:00 p.m. Afternoon Concert —Sunday, September 25,2:00 p.m. * Salmon Fishing Excursion-Saturday, September 24, 1960 Giants Baseball Game (Milwaukee - Night Game) Tuesday, September 27, 1960 Hiking Excursion - Saturday, October 1, 1960 Family Dinner and Swim Party - Sunday, October 2, 1960 Stag Night - 1960 — Friday, September 30, 1960 Guest Sports Figure Special entertainment and athletic awards presentation Cal Athletic Game Tickets Again, as usual, tickets for all Cal athletic events will be sold and distributed at the Central Desk of the Union. Full and more complete details will b...
FILM SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
FILM SCHEDULE All film programs will be presented in the Auditorium of the Medical Sciences Building on FRIDAY EVENINGS promptly at 7:30 P.M. Admission: 40 4, children under 12 free. * FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16-Feature: "COMPULSION" Sensational account of the 1924 Leopold-Loeb murder case; Clarence Darrow's Precedent-setting defense. Short: "LAND OF LEGEND" a color and cinemascope tour of Athens, birthplace of the Gods. Cartoon: Bugs Bunny. * FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23-Feature: "A NIGHT AT THE OPERA" one of zany Marx Brothers classic and funniest farces. Short: "THE WITNESS" a Robert Benchley legendary laughter piece. Cartoon: Mr. Magoo. * FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30-Feature: "THE YOUNG LIONS" Marlon Brando stars in Irwin Shaw's brilliant novel (cinemascope and black and white). Short: "TUNA CLIPPER SHIP" an adventurous argosy of a ship and its voyage into the trackless maritime wastes (color and cinemascope). Cartoon: Bugs Bunny. * FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7-Feature: "RICHARD III" The Bard's great drama, Sir...
"ARS MEDIA" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
"ARS MEDIA" A unique collection of rare medical prints, including works by great masters, will be exhibited at the Guy S. Millberry Union from September 14 to October 5, it was announced today. R. A. Alexander, Union Director, said the recently expanded exhibit now includes 134 original prints depicting the practice of medicine and pharmacy over the centuries. Among the latest additions to the collection are prints illustrating the treatment of the mentally ill as well as graphic representations of dreams and delusions. Included in the exhibit are works by Durer, Daumier, Goya, Hogarth, Raphael, Rembrandt, Schongauer and Titan. Rockwell Kent and Robert Riggs are among the contemporary artists. Entitled "Ars Media," or "The Healing Arts," the collection is owned by the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It is being presented by Smith Kline &amp; French Laboratories, Philadelphia pharmaceutical firm, under whose grant the exhibiti &lt;n was assembled. Carl Zigrosser, Curator ...
PARALYTIC POLIO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
PARALYTIC POLIO As during previous years since polio vaccine has been available to the general public, the highest incidence of paralytic polio so far this year has occurred in unvaccinated or inadequately vaccinated persons. According to preliminary data on the vaccination status of the 310 paralytic cases (tp July 31, I960) on which the U.S. Public Health Service has received a vaccination report, 166, or 54%, had received no vaccine and 36% had not received the full series and a booster. California is one of the only three states reporting rather marked increases in paralytic cases to July 31, 1960, with 152 cases, an increase of 27% over the 120 cases for the same period last year. The experience of previous years has been that the peak of the polio season occurs in the fall months, so there is every reason to believe that the incidence in California will continue to increase during the next two or three months. As the U.S. Public Health Service reports, "With an effectiveness o...