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Art Shows Set [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
Art Shows Set During the Coming school year, the Union Fine Arts Committee will again offer a series of perpetual exhibits, designed to "expose" Union members to a wide and different variety of art forms. Nine major shows have been arranged, as per the schedule below: September 14 — October 4 Exhibit A — Color Woodcuts by Joseph Domjan Exhibit B — A Crystal Gallery of Medicine, loaned by Merck, Sharp and Dohme. October 8 - October 29 Exhibit A — News Photos of the Year, loaned by the National Press Photographers Association. Exhibit B — A special show, assembled and loaned by the Women's Diversified Art League of San Francisco. November 1 — November 22 Exhibit — History of Pharmacy - Over sixty original paintings loaned to us by the Parke-Davis Company. November 26 - December 17 Exhibit A — Fifty Ads of the Year—Original works loaned by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Exhibit B — Paintings and Drawings-Fea-turing the work of a young San Francisco artist, Casey VanDuren. Janu...
Music, Music, Music [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
Music, Music, Music Looking ahead to Fall Semester events, one might get the impression that a Music Department has been added to the curriculum. Not so. However, the Millberry Union Board has lined up quite an array of special activities, all designed to perpetuate the Medical Center's heritage as a "musical campus." Here, in brief, is a run-down of programs, formally scheduled as of the date of this writing: Monday, September 17 A military band concert featuring the Sixth Army Band from the Presidio of San Francisco. Garage roof at noon. Free Friday, September 21 — "The Strugglers" banjo band from the Red Garter Cafe in San Francisco. Union Cafeteria at 9:00 p.m. $1.50 per person. Thursday, October 11, Griller String Quartet Concert. Union Lounge at 4:00 p.m. Reception follows. Free Monday, October 22 Solo vocal concert by tenor Allen Keller. Main Lounge at noon. Free Saturday, October 27 Second Annual "Spaghetti and All That Jazz" Party. An authentic spaghetti dinner, coupled wit...
Anyone for Bach? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
Anyone for Bach? Effective July 1, 1962, the Millberry Union assumed the sponsorship of the San Francisco Doctor's Orchestra. This unique group will continue to hold its rehearsals in the San Francisco Medical Society Auditorium and it will be "administered" by Millberry Union personnel. The orchestra will present two campus concerts annually, one each semester. (Fall concert set for Friday, November 9, 1962.) Returning as Conductor for the 1962—63 season, is Mr. Edgar J. Braun, who states: "The San Francisco Doctor's Symphony joins me in expressing its delight at the cooperation the Millberry Union is evidencing in its support of the Orchestra. Members of the faculty, students, employees and their families, are invited to participate with us and to attend rehearsals for future concerts. Players are requested to contact the Conductor, Edgar Braun, at DO 2—1404 for information regarding orchestra openings and rehearsals."
FROM THE EDITORS' DESK [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
FROM THE EDITORS' DESK In behalf of the Associated Students of the University of California Medical Center, we wish to introduce the first fall issue of your campus newspaper. The Synapse endeavors to provide a reliable and informative communicative media for the separate schools as well as the Millberry Union administration. This year The Synapse content will include activity schedules, professional articles pertinent to the health sciences, and several quite promising feature columns. By integrating the academic and social aspects of the individual schools, The Synapse functions as an additional contribution to the intellectual stimulation and entertainment within the medical community. The most vital element to the success of The Synapse is student interest and participation. We need active support to maintain the desirable standards of your newspaper. Anyone who wishes to contribute his time and talents towards this objective will be greatly appreciated. Journalistic experience ...
CANDID I [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
CANDID I Written especially for the new students, this column intends to provide the "inside eye" into life on a campus reeking with superimposed professional atmosphere. Little known to the casual observer, underneath lab coats, uniforms, and stoic faces, there lurks a smouldering capacity for reckless abandon, off-hours nonconformity, and multidudinous eccentricities. As an introduction to sub-student life at the Medical Center complex, I now present an intimate sneak preview of candid and not-so-candid observations. One will find that the different professional schools handle their repressed frustrations in various forms of predictable behavior. This enables me to make character generalizations such as the following: Dental students, known particularly for their physical sublimation, often group their efforts by creating hustle cities, the most notorious of which are the infamous ZIP parties. The prime prey of the dedicated Zipper is the eager new female student who naively ventu...
GREETINGS FROM THE UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
GREETINGS FROM THE UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT Eoch year at this time, the Union Recreation Department is honored with the privilege of greeting all new and returning students through the medium of the sports and recreation page of The Synapse. This opportunity is appreciated. We warmly extend a hearty "welcome back" to all returning students and a special "glad to have you" to all of our new students. A wise man once said "When the mind is tired, exercise the body." We accept this as good advice though it is too seldom followed even by those who realize the need the most. For this reason, the Millberry Union offers not only excellent facilities for this purpose but a well-or-ganized program designed to meet the needs of both student and faculty. Numerous activities are planned with the idea that there should be "something for everyone." We are sure you will find this to be true as you take time to relax and enjoy yourselves by using the Union facilities. You will find the academic ...
INTRAMURALS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
INTRAMURALS Entry Dead Ii nes Set for Fa 11 Intramural Program Specially-printed cards outlining the foil intramural program are now availa de and may be picked up at the Athletic Control Desk of the Union building. The intramural program will continue as it has in the post with men's intramurals being set for Tuesdoy and Thursday evenings and women's activities on Wednesday evenings. Each year the competition becomes keener and more and more teams become involved. For this reason we encourage early sign-ups and look forward to another successful semester of intromurals. Team roster forms may be obtained at the Athletic Control Desk. Fees and completed forms should be returned to the same location by 9 p.m. on the deadline date s. Men's Basketball a) Independent League For school, closs, faculty or employee team s. Entry deadline set for Tuesday, September 25, 1962. Entry fee: $2.50 per team. Playing begins Tuesday, October 2. All games to be played on Tuesday evenings (7—9 p.m.). b...
PHARMACY WINS SUMMER INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
PHARMACY WINS SUMMER INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE With a 7-win, no loss record, and with the assistance of their high-powered pitcher, Bill Smith, the Pharmacy School Softball team easily won over its 5 other opponents in taking the First annual UCMC summer softboll league chompionship. The Sophomore Medical School team took a second place with a 4-win, 2 loss and 1-tie record, while the Junior Dental "A's" followed close on their heels with a 3-win, 4loss and 1-tie record to take a third place. All games were ployed on Tuesday nights at Funston Playground and from all reports everyone had a lot of fun and got in some good exercise during the summer. Thanks go to Jim Powers for his assistance in directing the league and to Dave Smith, Pete Gruen, Charles Levin and Lenny Traubman for their assistance as team managers. The success of the 1962 summer league points out that there is a desire and need for such activity to continue in coming summers, Results: Intramural Softball — 1962 Wins...
FALL 1962 HOURS OF OPERATION – ATHLETIC AND SWIMMING POOL FACILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
FALL 1962 HOURS OF OPERATION - ATHLETIC AND SWIMMING POOL FACILITIES - Closed Holidays - Note: Pool and gym reserved on Mondays and Fridays only 10 a.m. —11 a.m. for L.P.N.I. patient recreation. Recreational Activities Schedule • Men's Intramurals — Tuesday and Thursday, 7— 9 p.m. — Gymnasium • Women's Intramurals — Wednesdays, 7 — 9 p.m. — Gymnasium • Employee Swim Nights — Monday and Friday, 5 — 9 p.m. — Pool • Ball and Chain Night — Wednesdays, 5— 9 p.m. — Pool (free night for spouse, no gueet fee.) • Family Swim — Sunday, 2—4 p.m. — Pool • Trampoline and Gymnastic Instruction — Monday through Thursday / 5 — 6:30 p.m. — Gymnasium • Bowling League — Monday Nights, 6:30 — 8:30 p.m. — Park Bowl • UCMC Basketball — Mondays, 5:30 — 7 p.m. - Gymnasium. (Practice sessions begin Mondoy, October 15. 1962.) Earl Shultz to Coach Medics Ex-Cal basketball star Earl Shultz, now a sec-ond-year medical student, will serve as a playing coach for the UCMC Medics basketball team for the UCMC Medics...
Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor Meet Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor, Guy S. Millberry Union. Bud is a 1958 graduate from San Francisco State College where he majored in Physical Education. He has been with the University at the Millberry Union four and a half years and was instrumental in opening up the Union and putting into operation the athletic wing of the Union facilities. He is responsible for the Union intramural athletics, aquatic and recreation programs. If ..— .. • you have any questions with regard to athletics or recreation, feel free to call upon Mr. Alexander at any time. His office is always open (Room 243 of the Union building). Just for the record, it is simply a coincidence that Bob (Union Director) and Bud both have the last name of Alexander. There is no relationship between them .
Master Calendar for the U.C. Medical Students' Wives [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
Master Calendar for the U.C. Medical Students' Wives October 24 — Speaker, Bennie Bufano Open to the public Room to be announced 8:00 p.m. November 21 — Undecided at this time December 12— Annual Holiday party Closed meeting Room to be announced 8:00 p.m. January 23 — Representative from Elizabeth Arden Open to the public 7th floor —Corner Parnassus and 3rd Avenue 8:00 p.m. February 20— Undecided at this time March 20 — Speaker, Art Hoppe Open to the public Room to be announced 8:00 p.m. April 24 — Annual Fashion Show Open to the public Room and store to be announced 8:00 p.m. May 15 — Election meeting Closed Room to be announced 8:00 p.m.
Note to Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 17 September 1962
Note to Freshmen A quick and general orientation to the University of California Medical Center can be obtained by reading your "Welcome" Booklet. This booklet will introduce you to the numerous aspects of your professional campus. It includes such pertinent information as the 1962—63 calendar, a campus map, and important names that you should know. If you have lost your original booklet, additional copies will be available at the Central Desk in the Millberry Union.
Daring, Young American Shares Experiences in Europe [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 29 October 1962
Daring, Young American Shares Experiences in Europe Charlotte Gaffney, a first year Instructor in the School of Nursing, spent two months this summer in England and Scotland on a World Health Organization fellowship. She observed nursing and nursing education in hospitals and other health and educational facilities, worked in a general hospital for a month, and spoke with many people in the health services. She was greatly impressed by the friendliness of the people she met and their willingness to share ideas with a fellow professional from "young" and "daring" America. She was particularly interested in preparatory .programs for nurses. In Britain, a student entering nursing selects a school with a three year &gt; program leading to preparation in one of the following areas: State Registered Nurse, Nurse for i Mentally Subnormal, Mental Nurse, Fever Nurse, and Sick Children's Nurse. Specialty postgraduate courses are generally given outside educational institutions and lea...
Continuation Study Programs in Dentistry [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 29 October 1962
Continuation Study Programs in Dentistry Most professions point with pride to any efforts toward a broader base of student experience, a more rounded person, better integration of the subjects with life as a whole. While these issues are being attended there is great activity at the other end of the spectrum which manifests itself other end of the spectrum, which manifests itself in further delineation of subject matter, narrower confines of activity, deliberate sharpening and pointing up to make for specialization within the profession. Dentistry is no exception and seeks to satisfy both of these extremes. There are three activities which are aimed at fulfilling the needs of continuation studies. First, there are numerous postgraduate refresher courses which span most areas that are of interest to the practicing dentist. These are offered so that he he may keep abreast of recent advances and amplify his experiences. Last year alone more than 2800 dentists took advantage of these co...