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UNION ART EXHIBITS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
UNION ART EXHIBITS Although the Spring semester schedule remains to be filled, the Union Fine Arts Committee has again assembled an outstanding program of perpetual art exhibits for the enjoyment of Union members during the fall semester of the new school year. The present schedule is as follows: September 14-October 5 "ARS MEDICA," An outstanding collection of 134 original prints portraying the evolution of man's concept of the art of medicine (See special article this issue). October 6-October 23 Through the courtesy and generosity of one of San Francisco's foremost protagonists of the arts, the Union will display rare and beautiful manuscripts dating back to the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. This priceless collection will be contained in five display cases "spotted" on the main floor. October 24-November 18 During these dates, and with the cooperation of the state-wide Committee for Intercampus Arts Exchange, the Union will offer a unique exhibition entitled, "Creative Desi...
STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CLARK KERR, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CLARK KERR, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA This statement is concerned with the problem involved in the protection of the individual students in their rights not to be represented in the area of opinion and belief by student governments with compulsory membership. The present controversy on the Berkeley campus about this question seems to me particularly regrettable, because I am convinced that the interested parties — students, faculty members, and administrators — generally show the same deep regard for individual rights and for academic freedom. A majority of Executive Committee at Berkeley has recently in its actions been motivated by a concern for its rights of expression as a Committee. This is of concern to me. But I am likewise concerned about the rights of the individual as against the authority of the group, especially when the individual may, by force of circumstance, be a compulsory member of that group. I would hope that the members of Executive Committ...
PARKING AVAILABLE IN MILLBERRY UNION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
PARKING AVAILABLE IN MILLBERRY UNION NOTE: At present Decal parking is not available due to quota fulfillment. Parking is available in the Student Union to students, employees, non-faculty research personnel and the general public under various arrangements established through the San Francisco Campus Parking Program. Combined garage capacity is 825 vehicles. Decal fee for four of the five existing decal parking (entrance on Irving) classifications is $33.00 per year or 52.75 per month. Employees may pay by payroll deduction if they so desire. Public parking (entrance on Parnassus Ave) rates are $.25 per hour, 51.25 for the first day, and a maximum of $1.00 for each additional day. The combined structure increment II Garage will be operated only Monday through Friday, for the benefit of decal holders and will be AVAILABLE FROM 7:00 a.m. TO 10:00 p.m. CARS MAY BE LEFT IN THE PARKING AREAS BETWEEN 10:00 p.m. AND 7:00 a.m., AND ON WEEKENDS, BUT THEY WILL NOT BE ACCESSIBLE DURING THESE ...
DENTAL SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
DENTAL SCHOOL PICNIC Yes, that BIG day that we all wait for with joy in our hearts is to be here October 6th. The annual picnic is a sort of "get acquainted" and "let's RELAX" affair planned for the students and run by the faculty. The picnic is to be held again this year at the San Mateo City Park. There will be individual competition in horseshoes tennis, and probably fishing. Inter-class competition will center around the Softball series. Sign-up notices will be posted at a later date in the various labs in the Dental School. The crowning enticement for attendance is, of course, the steak fry and luncheon, with accompanying prize awards and brief welcome speeches directed mainly toward the freshman class. U.C. MEDICAL CENTER LI2RAW ch ° o1 of Dentistry
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
From the Desk of the Union Director TO: The Editors, THE SYNAPSE FROM: R. A. Alexander Looking ahead at your Fall schedule of deadline and issue dates, it is seen that this article should mainly cover events scheduled to take place between now and the middle of October. Here, then, is an appropriate rundown: FILMS: Friday, September 30 - "THE YOUNG LIONS" in cinemascope, starring Marlon Brando. Friday, October 7 - "RICHARD III" starring Sir Lawrence Olivier. Regarded by many as one of the greatest motion pictures of our time. In color. ART EXHIBITS: The spectacular "ARS MEDICA" show will be on display through the sth of October. Beginning on Thursday, October 6, the Union Fine Arts Committee will offer a unique presentation of rare and beautiful examples of 14th Century manuscripts. These rare treasures have been loaned to the Union through the courtesy of Mr. Frank Deßellis, one of San Francisco's foremost protagonists of the arts. DANCING: Our first class in Ballroom Dance Instruc...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Mill berry 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 Assoc. Editor, Medicine Julie Humphreys Assoc. Editor, Dental Hygiene Wayne Foster Assoc. Ed. Fraternities Published bi-monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U. C. Medical Center
Union Sports and Recreation [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
Union Sports and Recreation Statement Regarding Use of the Trampoline The trampoline, because of its popularity, receives a great deal of use. However, because one can be easily and seriously hurt when not properly instructed on its use, the trampoline is kept under lock and key and is only checked out to those who are properly qualified to supervise its use. Permission to check out a key for the trampoline must be obtained from the Recreation Supervisor. A list of those persons who are qualified to use the apparatus will be kept at the Athletic Control Desk and the key will not be checked out to anyone who has not been cleared by the Recreation Supervisor for its use.
SWIMMING INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
SWIMMING INSTRUCTION Sign-ups for the fall swimming instruction program have exceeded expectations. Nearly all classes are full; however, sign-ups are still being accepted. Adult classes are held on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Children's classes are held on Saturday mornings. Schedules of all classes may be obtained by calling the Union swimming pool, Ext. 723. Mr. Rodger Jones is the swimming instructor in charge of all of the aquatic program. He will be assisted in the children's instruction classes by Miss Loretta Barrious and in the senior life-saving by Mr. Tony Montonari. SKIN DIVING Special skin diving course will be conducted at the Union pool Wednesday evenings from 8-9 p.m. by Mr. Rodger Jones. All those interested in learning the techniques of skin diving are invited to sign up for this program. The skin diving course is for advanced swimmers only. The course will cover fundamentals of skin diving with an introduction to scuba diving (self-contained underwater breathin...
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
SPORTS MEN'S BASKETBALL Sign-up deadlines for both the independent and fraternity men's basketball leagues have been set for Friday, September 30. All groups wishing to enter teams in the fall intramural basketball program should have their team roster forms in by this date. The independent league will be played on Tuesday evenings with play to start Tuesday, October 4. The fraternity league will play on Thursday evenings. League play will start Thursday, Oct. 6. DISTANCE SWIM Sign-up deadline for the men's distance swim competition has been set for Monday, October 3. Competition will also start on this date. The men's distance swim competition for the fall will be on an individual basis with each person competing against all others. There will be no team competition. Competition will end on January 30, 1961. WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Sign-up deadline for the women's volleyball league has been set for Friday, October 7. Groups desiring to enter teams in the Women's Open League are requeste...
MEET LORETTA AND GORDON [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
MEET LORETTA AND GORDON Intramural Activities will be supervised by Miss Loretta Barrious and Mr. Gordon Helmers this year. Loretta, a newcomer to the staft, is a talented synchronized swimmer and we are happy to have her with us. She has been a member of the famous Athens Club Synchronized Swimming Team. Last summer the team toured the Orient and gave exhibition swimming demonstrations. This year Loretta will be directing the Women's Activity Program, which will include the women's intramural sports-volleyball and basketball-and the trimnastic program. Instruction for women in modem dancing and for men and women in ballroom dancing will be given. She will also be assisting RodgerJones in Saturday morn' ing children's swimming classes. Loretta, a graduate of San Francisco State, majored in Physical Education and is presently working for her teaching credential. Gordon has been with us for the past two years and is a senior dental student In the past he has done an exceptional job di...
EXHIBITS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
EXHIBITS September 14 - October 5 "ARS MEDICA." An outstanding collection of 134 original prints portraying the evolution of man's concept of the art of medicine. October 6 - October 23 Rare and beautiful manuscripts dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries. This priceless collection will be contained in five display cases "spotted" on the main floor. October 24 - November 18 "Creative Design for Environment." The collection includes creative work from almost all of the campuses of the University and will feature paintings, textiles, space models, graphics, ceramics, sculpture, plans and drawings. November 19 - November 30 Through the courtesy of the Hallmark Card Company, the committee will feature the work of all winners in Hallmark's most recent high school scholastic art competition. December 1 - December 22 Original cover illustrations used in subsequent issues of the Saturday Evening Post. January 1, 1961 - January 21 1960 "News Photos of the Year."
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE Impressions of a contemporary Wandering Minstrel Allow me to introduce myself: I am a wandering minstrel — a contemporary wandering minstrel —whose life is passed in journeying and singing somgs of what I see. Unlike most minstrels, I lack a mandolin (or other musical instrument) strapped to my back —I rely on the music of humanity itself to accompany my songs. I chance to be here through a personal misfortune, or so it seemed at first. While touring this fine city, I suddenly fell ill and, having no CPS-, Bankameri-, or creditcard, but possessing a marvelous array of exotic and mysterious symptoms, I found myself transported to a shiny room here in the hospital. My arrival was hailed by all and celebrated by an endless procession of white-clad healers, bearing gifts, who manifested their joy at my fascinating state by poking, prodding, sticking, thumping, squeezing and rubbing me, all the while murmuring incantations. I was visited by a silent phalanx of doctor...
1960-61 HOURS OF OPERATION – MILLBERRY UNION BEGINNING MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1960 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
1960-61 HOURS OF OPERATION - MILLBERRY UNION BEGINNING MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1960 SPECIAL NOTES L. This entire schedule is subject to change, based on levels of use r activity. 2. The Faculty Club will again serve luncheon only on weekdays, 1:15 AM and 1:30 PM. (Closed Saturdays and Sundays) 3. The hours of use for billiards, table tennis and table games wi 11 Identical to the Central Desk hours, i.e. 9AM to 10 PM on Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 8 PM on Saturday and 1 PM to 7 PM on Sundl 4. Special schedules for holiday and vacation periods will be distrip and posted in advance. 5. Please note the new "split shift" to be followed in the Athletic J i.e. on weekdays, the athletic facilities (pool, gym, squash courts, and exercise room) will be closed between 1:00 PM and 4:30 PM. 6. Although the Fountain will close at 5:00 PM on weekdays, limited H"order service" will be available through the Main Cafeteria until 7:00 PM. 7. The distinction between the "Main" and "Public" Cafeterias i...
MEDICAL SCIENCE EXPOSITION HELD LAST SPRING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
MEDICAL SCIENCE EXPOSITION HELD LAST SPRING The first annual Medical Sciences F.xposisition was held last May 6th, 7th and Bth, at the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. It consisted of some 70 displays and demonstrations from 28 Medical Center departments, schools and research groups. The exposition was held in the gymnasium of the Medical Center's Guy S. Millberry Union. The public was invited. The program was organized by the U. C. student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. Some 600 Northern California high school science students attended the Exposition and were taken on guided tours of the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Nursing. A sampling of displays and demonstrations for the three-day program included: • Demonstration of the artificial heart-lung machine. • An experimental plastic replacement for the aortic valve of the heart, operating in a pump that duplicates the natural pulse. • Exhibits showing the effects of pituitary ...
MILLBERRY OUTING AND PICNIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 September 1960
MILLBERRY OUTING AND PICNIC SOCIETY Society to hike Saturday, October 1. Special Note: The following article should have appeared in the last issue for The Synapse for the spring semester 1960. Since it was presented too late for printing, however, we held it over until this time. "WALK AROUND THE MOUNTAIN" (Alias: Millberry Outing and Picnic Society) The "Walk Around the Mountain" began at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 23, when Al Childs, Alice Kells, Roberta Bradley and Bob Robocker,despite the foggy dew, sallied forth in a VW for Mt. Tamalpais. Arriving at Bootjack Camp at 9:45, we met Dr. Tarver, Dr. Eiler and son John. While mist swirled through the trees, we headed up the Nora Trail, stopping to admire flowers, trees, or slugs, along the way. Within an hour the rain began to fall but our group had reached West Point Inn, so we went in to drink coffee and reorganize our plans. It was at this time that, by unanimous vote, the Millberry Outing and Picnic Society was officially formed...