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CHRISTMAS DANCE SET [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1962
CHRISTMAS DANCE SET Ragtime America will be revisited on Friday 1 evening, December 7, when Max Morath, leading | exponent of the carefree music and manners of , turn-of-the-century America, performs at the I A.S.U.C.M.C. "Christmas in Ragtime" Dance in the Millberry Union. Dubbed the "ideal spokesman" for ragtime by I Variety magazine, Morath admits that ragtime and ' the happy, optimistic years from which it sprang | have him completely captivated. Though he was bom in the late '20's, a full generation after the zenith of ragtime, he has made the rollicking I America of ragtime and vaudeville his own. A varied show business background, which includes | acting, writing and composing along with piano i Playing and singing has prompted one critic to I say that Morath "could be a reincarnation of the late George M. Cohan." I But, while presenting authentically the nos- ■ talgic piano and vocal styles of the past, he uses ' as a framework a brand of humor and satire strictIly of the pr...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1962
From the Desk of the Union Director Mr. Robert A. Alexander This week marks the start of the holiday season, and a glance at the calendar reveals that the end of this first semester is less than two months away. First things first—it might be well to mention the old-fashioned "all-you-can-eat" Thanksgiving dinner which will be served this Wednesday night (November 23) in the Main Cafeteria. Union Pood Services Manager A. T. "Ted" Allegra indicates that there will be plenty of "turkey and trimmings" for all — at very reasonable prices! Moving on to other regular and special events, it seems that the next four or five weeks will be very busy ones for the campus and the Union. Grouped together by type of activity, the run-down is as follows: Films . . . November 30 Anatomy of A Murder December 7 Torero January 4 The Hustler (All films presented at 7:30 p.m. in the Medical Sciences Auditorium. Admission 254. SPECIAL NOTE: Because of a scheduling conflict, the film on December 7 —"Torero...
Notes From the Union Sports and Recreation Program [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 20 November 1962
Notes From the Union Sports and Recreation Program Bud Alexander Spouse Athletic Privilege Card Now Available The Millberry Union Board of Governors announces for the first time the issuance and sale of a "Spouse Athletic Privilege Card." The new card will be available beginning December 1, 1962, and will be sold at a fee of $6 per year. The card will permit spouse of Union members (husbands or wives) to use the Union athletic facilities without having to pay the regular per visit guest fee. The card is optional and in no way replaces the "spouse card" presently in use. Purchase of the Spouse Athletic Privilege Card can be made at the Central Desk of the Union building. The card is renewable annually in September, to be prorated by 50&lt;t per month. U.C.M.C. Cagers Set Heavy Schedule Under, the expert tutoring of playing coach Earl Shultz, the 1962 U.C.M.C. basketball team will embark on one of the toughest game schedules of its existence during the coming season. | Going d...
CANDID I [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
CANDID I ' I was the night before Christmas when all through our school, Not a student was stirring on the eve of this yule. Books had been stashed in shelves without care, In hopes diat finals would never be there. Most students were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of leisure danced in their heads. The lights were still gleaming in the dental school lab, As they setded down for a long evening's scab. When out in the street there arose such a clatter, I jumped from my chair to see what was the matter. Away to the window I flew like a flash. Tore open the shutters and the window smashed. The moon on the asphalt of the street below, Lit up the scene for this credulous show. When what to my bleary eyes should appear, But a dental student and a keg of beer. With a smirk on his face and a yell so loud, I knew in a moment he expected a crowd. More rapid than eagles his followers they came, And he whistled and shouted and called them by name: "Now, Layton, now George, now Ing...
WHO ARE THEY? STUDENT NURSES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
WHO ARE THEY? STUDENT NURSES The University School of Nursing is one of I three five year programs in California, the | others being Stanford and UCLA. J The first two years of this program are I taken on a junior college, state college, or I university campus. The pre-nursing curricula is designed to give the student a background in liberal arts, social science, and the basic natural and physical sciences. following the completion of the two years of college work, the student enters the nursing school on this campus for three years. In her freshman year at UCMC, the nursing student learns the fundamentals of nursing care through lecture and practical experiences in patient care on medical and surgical floors of the hospital. She also takes courses in Human Growth and Development and the Individual and the Illness, the latter being a survey course of pathology and pharmacology. The junior student finds herself in Maternal-Child Health Nursing which includes eight weeks of pediatrics...
SYNAPSE PERSONALITY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
SYNAPSE PERSONALITY Peter Domoto, outstanding junior dental student, has been chosen as one of the Synapse personalities of this month. We feel we have chosen well, for Pete's accomplishments and philosophy are more than impressive. Beneath his mild manner lie strong personal beliefs which have directed his life and influenced the lives of many others. Pete's leadership qualities were realized in high school where he was a class president and student body vice-president. At Cal, Berkeley, where he spent his undergraduate years, Pete was varsity captain, all-coast guard, and honorable mention all-American in football. He was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, was on the Young Life staff and counseled at Young Life Ranch in Colorado during the summers. Here at the medical center he is president of the junior dental class and one of the co-authors of the honor code of our dental school. Pete decided on the profession of dentistry while in high school and believes it invo...
WHITE CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
WHITE CHRISTMAS H'. R. Rodgers Punctually at Christmas the soft plush Of sentiment snows down, embosoms all The sharp and pointed shapes of venom, shawls The hills and hides the shocking holes of this Uneven world of want and wealth, cushions With cosy wish like cotton-wool the cool Arm's-length interstices of caste and class, And into obese folds subtracts from sight All truculent acts, bleeding the world white. Punctually that glib pair, Peace and Goodwill, Emerges royally to take the air, Collect the bows, assimilate the smiles, Of waiting men. It is a genial time; Angels, like stalactites, descend from heaven; Bishops distribute their own weight in words, Congratulate the poor on Cirristlike lack; And the member for the constituency Feeds the five thousand, and has plenty back. Punctually, to-night, in old stone circles Of set reunion, families stiffly sit And listen: this is the night and this the happy time When the tinned milk of human kindness is Upheld and holed by radio-ap...
Sports and Recreation CAMPUS GAMES TOURNAMENTS SCHEDULED FOR MILLBERRY UNION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
Sports and Recreation CAMPUS GAMES TOURNAMENTS SCHEDULED FOR MILLBERRY UNION The preliminary tournaments for the purpose of selecting U.C.M.C. team members for participation in the 11th Annual Region 11 Association of College Unions Games Tournaments will be conducted by the Millberry Union Recreation Department during the week of January 2-7, 1963 and February 4-8, 1963- A total of 17 team members will be selected to represent the Medical Center for competition in bowling (both men's and women's divisions), pocket billiards, table tennis, bridge and chess. Campus tournament winners will be awarded the privilege of attending the 1963 Region 11 Bowling and Games Tournament to be held at the Students' Union, University of California at Berkeley on February 14, 15 and 16, 1963- The following is a run-down on each of the games for which team members will be selected: A. Bowling Men's Division — 5-man team Women's Division — 5-woman team Campus tournament: Monday, January 7 and Monday, F...
MILLBERRY UNION TO CONDUCT INTERCOLLEGIATE AIR-MAIL BRIDGE TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
MILLBERRY UNION TO CONDUCT INTERCOLLEGIATE AIR-MAIL BRIDGE TOURNAMENT As a special attraction for bridge enthusiasts, the Millberry Union will host a campus tournament as a part of the Association of College Unions National Intercollegiate Bridge Program. The date is set for Thursday, February 7, 1963, from 7—lo p.m. in the Main Lounge, Millberry Union. General Description: The Annual Intercollegiate Bridge Tournament is a contest in duplicate contract bridge in which men and women at leading colleges and universities throughout the country compete for national, regional and campus championship titles. Awards are given in each level of competition by the Recreation Committee of the Association of College Unions. Now in its 16th year, the tournament is devised as an interesting adjunct to the collegiate social games program — a friendly event in which representative undergraduate and graduate students compete in a pleasant social atmosphere. All competing colleges play on campus a se...
SPECIAL SKI FILM SHOWING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
SPECIAL SKI FILM SHOWING DECEMBER 10, 1962 A special showing of Warren Miller's spectacular color film "Lei's go Skiing with Warren Miller" will be given in the Main Lounge of the Union building on Wednesday evening, December 10, 1962. 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 $1.00 per person. Advanced ticket sales will be available for both showings. Tickets are now available at the Central Desk of the Union.
FIFTH ANNUAL CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
FIFTH ANNUAL CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY A Christmas party planned especially for children will be held in the Steninger Gym on Wednesday, December 12 from 6:30—8:00 p.m. There will be cartoon films, special entertainment, refreshments, and highlighting the event a visit from Santa Claus and his helpers. Especially exciting will be Santa Claus's arrival by fire engine loaned to us for this special occasion by the San Francisco Fire Department. Additional details can be obtained from the Union Recreation Department by calling MO 4-3600, Ext. 723-
CHILDREN'S SWIM CARNIVAL SET FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
CHILDREN'S SWIM CARNIVAL SET FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 To culminate the completion of the fall series of children's swim classes, the Recreation Department will host a special "Children's Swim Carnival" on Saturday, December 8 from 9:00—11:00 a.m. Parents are especially invited to attend this event with their children. The children will demonstrate the skills that they have learned. Highlighting the carnival will be the awarding of the swim "skill cards." Each child will receive a card signed by his swimming instructor which will designate the progression he has made in his swimming skills. There will be relays, races and the very popular "penny dive." Also on this date will be the regular showing of the Films for Little Bears program. "The Living North" will be the special film shown on this date, in the Millberry Union Steninger Gymnasium at 11:15 a.m., at a cost of 25per person. Don't forget this date. Make it a special party for the children.