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THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C.Medical Center San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-1444 Paul Rhodes Glen Cureton *. Editors Myrleen Fisher Assoc. Editor, Nursing John Hanson Assoc. Editor, Pharmacy John Dittmer Assoc. Editor, Dentistry lan C. Mac Lean Assoc. Editor, Medicine Mernie Peterson Assoc. Editor, Dental Hygiene Wayne Foster. Assoc. Editor, Fraternities Virginia Young Feature Editor Frank Harrison Photographer Howard Blatner Cartoonist Ralph Reamy Distribution Manager Joan Blacow Clerical Administrator Published semi-monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students, U.C. Medical Center
WESTMINSTER DISCUSSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
WESTMINSTER DISCUSSIONS by GWENDOLYN ROTHMAN Last semester we had many stimulating, thought-pro-voking, controversial discussions. Our wide range of topics included Psychosomatic Medicine, the Sit-ins in the South, and Euthanasia. We were even privileged occasionally to have some members of the faculty with us: Dr. Sanazaro, and Dr. Gutentag. This semester we are continuing our series on modern theologians. At our last meeting, we had a very interesting discussion about the works of Martin Bubsr. The human mind is not only composed of logical thinking, but also ot imaginative forces, Martin Buber's writings impressed people all over the world by their mystic ecstasy. Not only as a theologian, but also as a poet, did he come to great fame.
"AMERICA'S NO. 1 MILKMAN" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
"AMERICA'S NO. 1 MILKMAN" The man who developed a product for people allergic to milk is observing a service anniversary with "America's No. 1 Milkman" this year. He is Dr. Julius F. Muller, general manager of the Borden Special Products Company's Pharmaceutical Division, who was recently inducted into the New York headquarters chapter of the Borden Company's Quarter Century Club. Dr. Muller is the discoverer of Mull-Soy, Borden's hypo-allergenic soy-bean milk food for infants, children and adults allergic to cow's milk. He was among 29 home-office employees cited by Harold W. Comfort, Borden president, at a recent company banquet in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City. Borden's Quarter Century Club is an organization of employees who have served the company for 25 years or more. In annual meetings throughout the United States and Canada, the club initiated 303 new members this year, giving it a total membership of some 7,000. Dr. Muller's discovery of Mull-Soy was the result o...
SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
SPORTS TWO-MAN VOLLEYBALL Shannon Wong and Roger Rose stand as the only unbeaten team in the highly competitive two-man intramural volleyball tournament presently under way. The tournament is divided into A, B, and C leagues. Wong and Rose lead in the A league, with Anderson and Templin leading the B league and Flagerty and Donovan leading in the C league. The team standings as of February 12, are as follows: ALL-SCHOOL BOWLING TEAM a r " cl " c " u * A seven-man team will represent the UCMC in competition against the top seven of the Berkeley Campus in the latter's newly constructed 16-lane student union bowling alley, on Wednesday, February 15th, at 7 p.m. Representing the Medical Center are Fred Schubert, Frank Louie, Frank Amino, Dick Libby, Norman Cheu, Fred Tashiro and Rick Abe. Team members were selected on the basis of highest game average. Team membership is still open and interested individuals should have a bowling game average of at least 165. If interested, contact Bud ...
SWIM CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
SWIM CLASSES * Once again swimming instructions will be offered during the spring semester at the Union pool for both children and adults. Faculty, students, employees, spouse, children and guests are eligible for lessons. Registrations are now being accepted at the Athletic Control Desk, weekdays, between the hours of 11—2, and 4— 9 p.m. Deadline for registration is February 20. Adult classes will begin on February 21, and children's classes will begin on Saturday, February 25. The rate for each course will be $2 for Union members; $4 for non • members. Private lessons will also be offered at $10 per course. ■■
RECREATION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
RECREATION SNOW TRIP Reservations for the skiing excursion to Squaw Valley on Saturday, February 25, are now being accepted at the Central Desk, Millberry Union. Deadline for reservations is Tuesday, February 21. The rate for the one-day trip is $9.50 per person, which includes transportation and meals. The bus will leave from the Union at 5:00 a.m. and return at 9:30 p.m. the same day. For further information, contact Eud Alexander, Room 243, Mi I Iberry Union, MO 4-3600, Ext. 721. KENDO (JAPANESE FENCING) The rare opportunity of learning the art of Japanese fencing will be offered to the student body and faculty if there areenough interested individuals who will respond. Mr. Julius H. Vosburg, an instructor of this art, has offered his services to hold classes at the Union. He will be teaching the fundamentals of this ancient combatative art of Japan. All interested students and faculty members should immediately contact Mr. Eud Alexander, Millberry Union, Room 243, MO 4-3600, Ext...
GUY S. MILLBERRY UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
GUY S. MILLBERRY UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT Intramural Progrom schedule Spring 1961 LEAGUES . . . BOWLING (Co-Recreational, 4-man teams) • Open League for: school, class, fraternity, faculty and employee teams • Play Begins: Monday, February 6, 1961 (M — 6:15 - 8:30 p.m.) Park Bowl . . . VOLLEYBALL (Men's, 6-Man Teams) • Open League for: school, class, fraternity, faculty and employee teams • Limit: 10 teams • Entry Deadline: Friday, February 17, 1861 • Play Begins: Tuesday, February 28, 1961 (T-Th 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.) . . . BASKETBALL (Women's) • Open League for: school, class, faculty and employee teams • Entry Deadline: Friday, February 17, 1961 • Play Begins: Wednesday, February 22, 1961 (Wed. — 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.) . . . BASKETBALL (Men's) • Open League for: school, class, fraternity, faculty and employee teams • Entry Deadline: March 17, 1961, Friday • Play Begins: Tuesday, March 21, 1961 (T - Th 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.) TOURNAMENTS ...SNOOKER LADDER TOURNAMENT • Entry Deadline: Tuesday, ...
GUNGA DEAN [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
GUNGA DEAN ► Vow may not talk very much As a student in this hutch Rut when you graduate, that's true no longer, You will then have much to say, On most any given day, And from year to year your comments will get stronger. &gt;Now in San Francisco's clime, Where you spent a lot of time Putting rat heads through a sausage meat machine. Every fuss and every stew Will in time he mentioned to Your beast of burden, Willard Fleming Dean. &gt;lt's just Dean, Dean, Dean! Retter give us what we want, or you are mean. Sign the paper with a flourish, If your peace of mind you'd nourish. You State Employee, Willard Fleming Dean! +lf a Cal man vaguely said, As his face grew livid red, That what this world needs is better mouth hygiene, He must take his fevered brow To the office here and now Of his public servant, Willard Fleming Dean. * If a patient starts to fret At a fee that has been set, Who's the one to hear him while he vents his spleen? There is no need to debate Who will...
AN ARTIST'S REPORT ON RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 23 February 1961
AN ARTIST'S REPORT ON RUSSIA The next exhibition of art work to be presented by the Union Fine Arts Committee will feature the work of Mr. Earl Thollander. Mr. Thollander is a noted San Francisco artist who visited the Soviet Union in the summer of 1959, with Leningrad, Moscow, Kiev and Odessa on his itinerary. During his tour he made on-the-spot sketches and drawings which were later transformed into "An Artist's Report on Russia." Thollander's works will be on display for a three-week period, beginning February 24. Subject matter ranges from a Leningrad Beach Scene to views of the golden domes of the U.S.S.R.'s "church museums" and to portraits of Moslem police, Russian policemen, workers, a sculptor and the judge of a Moscow People's Court! Earl Thollander is a native of Kingsburg, California, and a traveler who enjoys the flavor of foreign places. In the past, he has had exhibitions of both Hawaiian and Mexican themes, along with paintings of the City of San Francisco. Says Mr. ...