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CHRISTMAS IN RAGTIME [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
CHRISTMAS IN RAGTIME Christmas gets an early and riotous sendoff as Ma* Morath, internationally famous ragtime pianist, headlines the 1961 A.S.U.C.M.C.'s semi-formal at the Guy S. Millberry Union — Saturday, December 2, a t 9 P.M. Mr. Morath has a piano style that recalls beer buckets and buggy whips and can currently be seen on his own T.V. program "The Ragtime Era" on KQED as well as across the nation. To quote Variety: "In host Ma* Morath, ragtime has the ideal spokesman. He holds forth at an elegant pianoforte, singing and playing in a lively, authentic style. He's a close student of the period when America's popular music developed, and he sparkes the narrative segs with anecdote and erudition as bright as the music." ♦ Two 45 minute floor shows, by MAX MORATH, dancing to Nick U'Ren's combo, champagne (bottle/ couple) and snacks, D.H. decorations and, most of all, the bouncing'est night all year ALL go for 40 thin dimes • - - i.e., $4.00/coople. Bids for CHRISTMAS IN RAGTIME ar...
UPSWING IN INFLUENZA PREDICTED FOR FALL AND WINTER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
UPSWING IN INFLUENZA PREDICTED FOR FALL AND WINTER The United States Public Health Service and the California State Department of Public Health have alerted Health Agencies throughout the country that an upswing in the influenza cycle is likely to occur in this country during the fall and winter. Numerous studies have demonstrated that influenza vaccine is 60 to 75 per cent effective in preventing the disease. Studies also show that morbidity (number of people who develop the disease) and number of days lost from work were greatly reduced in vaccinated groups. Influenza vaccine inoculations will be available to all student* at the Medical Center during the last week of October and during the month of November at Student Health Dispensary, Room 120, Medical School Building during week days, from 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
FROM THE DESK OF THE RECREATION SUPERVISOR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
FROM THE DESK OF THE RECREATION SUPERVISOR TO: Synapse Editor FROM: Bud Alexander I personally, and together with the Union Recreation Department staff members, wish to express my appreciation to all those who have joined in on the athletic and recreation program so far this semester. We feel the enthusiasm and numerically significant participation prove once again that the Union facilities are genuinely needed and that they are receiving extensive use. At the present time there are over 600 persons participating in one way or another in the athletic and recreation program. During the month of October 1961 there were 3,875 persons signed in for use of the athletic facilities. This is an average of approximately 125 persons per day. There are 11 men's basketball teams participating in 2 leagues with approximately 150 persons involved. We have 7 women's volleyball teams participating in the Wednesday evening women's sports program with approximately 90 persons involved. The department...
DID YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
DID YOU KNOW? The fi rsl student union on the San Francisco campus was a sim pie nailed-together structure, housing a small food counter. It was built by a group of dental students, utilizing week-ends, spare time, and special "labor days" set aside by their Dean for building, rather than dental, purposes. Completed in 1921, the building grew to include a student store which sold dental supplies, and later expanded to include merchandise necessary to meet theneeds of other students on this campus. This store and cafeteria, serving the entire student body, was owned and operated by the dental students. Early in its history the management of the store was taken over by Doctor George Steninger, a graduate of the dental school, who put it and the cafeteria on a sound money-making basis. Doctor Steninger had a particular dream, that of seeing a student union on our campus that would be more than just a small store and cafeteria, but would include recreational facilities for students and ...
TICKET AND RESERVATION SERVICE AT THE UNION CENTRAL DESK [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
TICKET AND RESERVATION SERVICE AT THE UNION CENTRAL DESK As a special service for all its members and campus personnel, the Union has recently stepped up its ticket and reservation service to provide a much greater variety of events. This service is handled at no extra charge and permits Union patrons to obtain tickets and reservations for a greater number of events without having to go to the downtown ticket offices. If you haven't used this service as yet, may we suggest that you pay a visit to the Central Desk in the future. At the present time services for the following events are available: All Cal Athletic Events All Union Sponsored Excursions and Special Events San Francisco International Film Festival Winter Ski Tours Reservations A.S.U.C. Ski Lodge Reservations San Francisco Symphony California Civic and Arts Foundation Program s: November 11 — Elsa Lancaster — Masonic Auditorium December 3 — Fou Ts'ong, pianist — Curran December 10 — Mary Costa — Curran January 13 — Roger ...
FRIDAY SPORTS FILMS TO CONTINUE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
FRIDAY SPORTS FILMS TO CONTINUE Efforts are presently being made to line up a series of "sports car" and other popular "outdoor" sports films for the Friday noontime programs. The showing of the Cal football films has proven highly successful and because of this we shall attempt to continue the program throughout the school year. In case you know of films that may be obtained with slight or no rental charges, we would appreciate hearing from you. Contact Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor, Room 243, Millberry Union, MO 4-3600, Ext. 723. SPECIAL SKI FILM SHOWING - DECEMBER 6 A special showing of Dick Barrymore's spectacular color film, "Ski West Young Man" will be given in the Main Lounge of the Union building on Wednesday evening, December 6, 1961. There will be two showings, one starting at 7:00 p.m. and the other at 8:30 p.m. This is one of the top films of its kind, and one you certainly do not want to miss. Admission will be 50&lt; per person. Advance ticket sales will...
COMING EVENTS – MILLBERRY UNION! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
COMING EVENTS - MILLBERRY UNION! FILMS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17 - "Ordet" Grand prize winner at Venice, Edinburgh and Stratford Film Festivals, 1955. "The picture is hypnotic and some portions will nail the spectator to his seat." New York Times FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 - "Son of the Sheik" One of the greatest silent box office attractions of the twenties, starring Rudolph Valentino in a film released only a few weeks before his death. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8 - "Golden Demon" A truly outstanding film from Japan. One of those rare motion pictures enabling us to closely examine another culture. The story of middle-class life in Japan at the turn of the Century. In color. ART EXHIBITS ENDING ON NOVEMBER 18 - News Pictures of the Year" National Press Photographers Association NOVEMBER 18 -- DECEMBER 8 - "Display of Student Art Work" The University of Nevada DECEMBER 11 DECEMBER 22 - 1 Oils and Watercolors" — Mrs. Robert Hilton "Congolese Theme Paintings" Gustave Galante Alhateff MUSIC MONDAY, NOVEMBER ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1961
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