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BIG GAME EXCURSION AND HAWAIIAN LUAU [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
BIG GAME EXCURSION AND HAWAIIAN LUAU Reservations for the Big Game Excursion and Hawaiian Luau being planned in connection with theCal vs Stanford Game on Saturday, November 19, are coming in strong. A reminder to those who didn't receive the wor d— Reservation Deadline was November 7; however, there are still tickets and reservations available. All Medical Center faculty, students, alumni, employees and their guests are invited to avoid the traffic problems involved in traveling to the Big Game by taking in the charter bus excursion sponsored by the Union. Excellent arrangements have been made to transport a large group to the game via chartered, air-conditioned buses. Highlighting the excursion will be a stop-off at the Union after the game for the Hawaiian Luau. There will be food and drink to please the appetite, and authentic Tahitian entertainment. Buses will leave from in front of the Millberry Union at 12:30 p.m. and return to the Union immediately after the game. For reserv...
THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Mill berry Union U.C. Medical Center San rrancisco 22, California MOnfrose 1-1444 Paul Rhodes Glen Cureton Editors Robbie Bradley Assoc. Editor, Nursing John Hanson Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy John Dittmer Assoc. Editor, Dentistry Assoc. Editor, Medicine Wayne Foster Assoc. Editor, Fraternities Virginia Young Feature Editor Frank Harrison Photographer Howard Blatner Cartoonist Ralph Reamy Distribution Manager Joan Blacow Clerical Administrator Carolyn Johnson Business Manager Published semi-monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
COFFEE &amp; DONUTS will be sold each Thursday night at 9 p.m in the Men's and Women's Residences at Millberry Union Coffee lOtf Donut 10$ Third Year Nursing Class 2. SALMON FISHING EXCURSIONS Saturday, November 12 and Sunday, November 13 will be the last two salmon fishing excursions for this season. Previous excursions have proven to be extremely successful. All interested parties desiring to sign up for one of these trips should contact the Recreation Office, MO 4-3600, Ext. 72), as early as possible. Accommodations for the two trips are limited. Cost is $7.50 per person - Bait and Equipment furnished. RAMBLINGS AT KAPPA PSI by ... the "Bad" TRU SCIENTIST s** c
SWIM CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
SWIM CLASSES At the end of the sixth week of the Union's swimming instruction program, the pool staff reports all classes progressing very well. There are 63 children enrolled in the Saturday morning swim classes. Due to the large number of children enrolled, some of the classes had to be changed from the original schedule, but we were able to accommodate all who had signed up. The attendance has been very good and we believe the children are thoroughly enjoying their Saturday morning swims. There are some 30 adults signed up for the Monday and Wednesday night adult classes. Instruction for beginners, intermediate and advanced swimming is being given. The attendance has varied in accordance with school exams, but on the whole has been very good. The Wednesday night skin-diving class has 15 persons enrolled. All are above average swimmers and have taken to the use of masks and snorkle quite well. The fall skin diving class is a warm-up for the spring semester scuba diving course. Rod...
11 TRIMNASTICS FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
11 TRIMNASTICS FOR WOMEN A trimnastic program especially designed for wives of students and faculty members is being conducted on Wednesday mornings from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Several women are signed up for the I rogram; however,many more are desirable. There is no fee involved. This is a time when the spouse may utilize the athletic facilities at no cost. Program consists of slenderizing exercises, volleyball, badminton, swimming, etc., all conducted by Miss Loretta Barrious.
SKIING EXCURSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
SKIING EXCURSIONS Arrangements are presently being made to conduct five separate skiing excursions to Squaw Valley and Soda Springs during the early spring semester. The first schedu led date is a one-day excursion to Squaw Valley on Saturday, January 14. A week-end excursion is scheduled for Saturday, Sunday and Monday, February 11, 12 and 13. Dates are set for February 25 and 26, with another one-day excursion on Saturday, March 11. For information regarding the winter ski trips, contact the Recreation Department, Room 243, Millberry Union, or call MO 4-3600, Ext. 721 Reservations for the ASUC Ski Lodge may be made through the Millberry Union again this year. Rates for the ASUC Ski Lodge are as follows: Weekends (Friday night - Sunday) Students $7.30 Faculty and Employees 10.00 Daily (except Saturday) Students $4.30 Faculty and Employees 5.85 Saturday Only Students 55.15 Faculty and Employees 6.50
SQUARE DANCING THIS SATURDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
SQUARE DANCING THIS SATURDAY NIGHT Another square dance night has been scheduled for Saturday, November 12, from 8-11 p.m. Students, faculty, alumni and employees are invited to participate in the Union's square dance program. Danny Mac Donald is the caller. Square dancing for everyone. You don't have to know how to square dance to have a good time. After the first record everyone will be dancing. Lots of mixerslots of fun for everyone. Make this an occasion to get together with friends. May we suggest that you get a group together and come out this Saturday night. We guarantee everyone will have a good time. Couple - 50« Stag - 35*
BIG GAME EXCURSION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
BIG GAME EXCURSION In conjunction with the BIG GAME set for Saturday, November 19th, the Union Recreation Department is making special arrangements for tickets, transportation and an authentic HAWAIIAN IUAU. Contact Norvel "Bud" Alexander at Ext. 721 for all details. This is the Union's third annual BIG GAME trip, the first two having proved highly successful from every standpoint.
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
SPORTS UCMC BASKETBALL Victory is the word as the UCMC Ball Club met its first opponent of the season in a practice tilt on Monday, October 31. Exploiting its talents, the team came from behind to score a decisive 2 point win over a strong team from the Latter Day Saints Church of Oakland, 59-57. The winning two points came from big John Debenhem as he muscled his way under the board on a follow-up shot of Fred Singer and tipped the ball in. Time: 15 more seconds remaining to play. Downed by 2 points, 26-24, at the half time mainly due to the fancy jump shootings of Ray Johannson, Carl Sheelan and Bob Lahman of the LDS Team, the UCMC casabamen scored consistently to come up on top going into the fourth period of play. The big guns during this winning third period were Dr. Ron Miranda, scoring 11 of his total 18 points, Bob Nemechek and Dave Alvarez pushing two baskets each. Both teams scored well, but the winning factor was the the board-play as the UCMC Team hogged the rebound play...
RECREATION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
RECREATION INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL League defending champions the Sophomore Dents looked good as they easily defeated their first two opponents, Frosh Dents and Sophomore Meds. The defending Champions boast the same strong first team with Don Schneiderman at center, Mike Paul and Harvey Brodie at Guard, Jerry Sayre and Ron Miller at Forward. Coaching and managing this team is Leßoy Shimizu. Challenging the Soph Dents for first place will be the Zi Psi Phi of the Fraternity League and the Frosh Dents of tlie Independent League as these two scored impressive wins over their opponents. Psi Omega and the Medical House Staff are also winning ball clubs as they will give trouble to their opponents. Players to watch for in the remaining games are Norm Emrich of Psi Omega and Frosh Dents, averaging 14 points per game; George Salmon of Kappa Psi and Pharmacy, averaging 8 points per game; Dr. Adlek of Medical House Staff, averaging 15 points per game; Dr. Ron Marinda and Hap Stallman of Zi Psi ...
CHESS PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
CHESS PROGRAM The new chess program under the direction of Mr. Richard Seltzer meets every Thursday evening from 7:308:30 p.m. The program includes informal chess instruction for beginners and intermediates, regular social playing and tournament play for interested persons. All students, faculty, employees, alumni and their guests are welcome to attend this program. For further information regarding the chess program, contact the Recreation Department Office, Millberry Union, Room 243, MO 43600, Ext. 721.
BRIDGE PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
BRIDGE PROGRAM The bridge program for the fall semester is going strong. Instruction in duplicate contract bridge for beginners and intermediates will begin on Tuesday, November 8, at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Glen Carey, the director in charge of the bridge program, has set up an excellent series of lessons. Those who took the instruction program last semester will vouch for his abilities. Glen is planning to round up several bridge teams to compete in the inter-collegiate bridge program sponsored by the Association of College Unions. Several bridge tournaments will be conducted throughout the fall semester with the inter-collegiate tournaments being held early in the spring. The duplicate contract bridge section meets on the first and third Tuesday evenings from 7:30-10:00 p.m. Social bridge section, including the instruction program, meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays from 7:30— 10:00 p.m. The bridge program is conducted in the Main Lounge of the Mi llberry Union. For additional informa...
BALLROOM DANCE PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 9 November 1960
BALLROOM DANCE PROGRAM The ballroom dance program, under the direction of Mr. Gary Steyaert, Loretta Barrious and Babs Kassity, is proving to be one of the more successful programs offered by the Union. Instruction is being given at the beginner and advanced levels. The Beginning section meets from 7-8 p.m. and the Advanced section meets from 8-9 p.m. on Thursday evenings. A "Social Dance" period is conducted from 9-10:30 p.m. every Thursday evening for eveiyone. You do not have to take lessons to participate in the social dance period. The program is conducted in the Table-Tennis Room of the Union. Sign-ups are still being accepted at the Central Desk. A fee of S2 is charged to Union members and $3.50 for nonmembers. Make Thursday night your dance night. We invite all students, faculty, alumni, employees and their guests to participate in this program.