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SPORTS AND ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
SPORTS AND ATHLETICS INTRAMURAL TEAM STANDINGS The following standings as of December 1 have been compiled and released by the Milberry Union sports staff. BASKETBALL ■ - 7 — Wins Losses General Services 2 0 Phi Delta Chi 2 0 Zi Psi Phi 2 1 Rho Phi Pi 0 2 Kappa Psi 0 3 Fraternity League iiiucpviiucii i ucuyuc Jr. Medical 6 0 Fr. Dental 3 0 Dental Saints 3 1 Freshiran Meds 1 2 Pharmacy 1 3 Sr. Medical 1 4 Jr. Dents 1 3 Soph. Dents 1 4 VI »_ \/ f\ I I CVDAI I Independent League Physical Therapy 4 1 Jr. Nurses 3 1 Sr. Nurses 3 1 Fr. Nurses B 3 1 Fr. Nurses A 13 Fr. Nurses C 14 Flat Girls 0 4 V/omen's VOLLEYBALL
UCMC BASKETBALL GAMES SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
UCMC BASKETBALL GAMES SCHEDULE Monday, December 3 — Hamilton Field Air Force - 8:00 p.m. - (Here) Monday, December 10 — USF — 8:00 p.m. — (Here) Thursday, December 13 — SF State — 8:00 p.m. — at SF State Monday, January 7 — Cal Blues — 8:00 p.m. - (Here) Thursday, January 10 — Olympic Club — 8:00 p.m. — at Olympic Club Saturday, February 2 — Cal Frosh — 6:00 p.m. — at Berkeley Monday, February 11 — Hamilton Field - 8:00 p.m. — at Hamilton Field Wednesday, February 20 — USF - 7:30 p.m. - at USF
FROM YOUR ASUCMC PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
FROM YOUR ASUCMC PRESIDENT In September, the ASUCMC 1962—63 council was established to discuss matters affecting the associated students. This group is composed of the ASUCMC president, the president of each of the four major schools on campus, an additional representative from each school as well as from the curricula of dental hygiene and physiotherapy. The editors of the Medi-cal and of the Synapse are ex officio members. We have met monthly in the discussion of the following topics: 1. The establishment of "sister school" relations with the University of Airlangga in Indonesia. This is a medical center similar to out own which has been aided since 1954 by the University of California faculty and equipment under a contract between the two schools. The students have never been directly involved with this contract in either school, and we hope to foster some type of student interaction in the future. You will be informed of our action in subsequent issues of the Synapse. 2. The for...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
From the Desk of the Union Director Mr. Robert A. Alexander On the assumption that winter holidays and final exams may preclude the publishing of a January issue, the intent of this article is to "highlight" activities scheduled between this date and the end of the present semester. The run-down during this seven (7) week period is as follows: FILMS Friday, December 7 "Torero" (To be shown in the Union Gymnasium.) Friday, January 4 "The Hustler" (Regular viewing in the Medical Sciences Auditorium.) Friday, January 11 "La Dolce Vita" (Final film of the semester.) Note: Do you have any film suggestions for the second semester? If so, please report these to Room 241 as soon as possible. NOON LECTURES Wednesday, December 5 "Signals from Space" — H. F. Weaver Wednesday, December 12 "The Educational Significance of the Cinema" — Albert Johnson Note: Both free lectures to be held at noon in the Medical Sciences Auditorium. MUSIC December 6, Thursday The third Griller String Quartet Concert...
TICKET AND RESERVATION SERVICE AT THE UNION CENTRAL DESK [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
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 downtown ticket offices. If you haven't used this service as yet, may we suggest that you pay a visit to the Union Central Desk in the near 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 Symphony San Francisco International Film Festival Cal Ski I-odge Various Theater-Type Tickets (at present "Mutiny on the Bounty" at the Coronet for December 11) California Civic Music and Arts Foundation Programs: December 7 VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY 8:30 p.m. at the Opera House December 9 GRACE BUMBRY ...
CAPPED! [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
CAPPED! October 10th was a memorable day for the first year student nurses. They were capped, a candle lighting ceremony which is looked forward to by every girl who ever enters nursing. In most nursing schools, capping is a ceremony that marks the end of a probationary period in which the students have proved that they are of the character and ability to be nurses. In our school, though, no such period exists. The first two years of college required before entrance to this school is a long enough "probation." By the time a girl comes here it is expected that she has chosen nursing as her profession and will do well in it. Each nursing school has a particular cap which differentiates graduates from all the other nursing schools. Our cap, a mortar board, was designed for Lillian Cohen in 1909, the first graduate from our school of nursing. She is the only person who ever graduated from a two year I course in this school, for immediately after her graduation, the course was changed to...
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 6 December 1962
SKETCHES BY TROUVERE Impressions of o contemporary Wandering Minstrel Christmas is almost upon us, bringing with it parties, presents, and a vacation from the rigors of school. This Happy Season, nowadays first keynoted sometime between Labor Day and Hallowe'en, has many definite characteristics. Advertising: Jolly Santas and merry elves begin spilling out of newspapers and department stores. Headlines urge early gift-buying (for everybody) and mailboxes fill up with red and green circulars suggesting gifts ranging from new houses to automobile paint jobs. Christmas cards and decorations: The ever-popular, and non-committal, designs of reindeer, candles, holly, dogs, birds, and (now, anyway) spacemen fill the card racks. Plastic Santas, tinsel and vari colored mobiles hang from every ceiling. The sentimental messages of Christmas fill the air: "Best Wishes from the Harris Medical Supply Company," "Make Your Noel Joyeux With Tranquiline X 1" "Holiday Greetings ..." Aligned with (or, ...
ALL-UNIVERSITY INTRAMURAL SPORTS FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 March 1963
ALL-UNIVERSITY INTRAMURAL SPORTS FESTIVAL U.C.M.C. Teams to Participate... President Clark Kerr and the Board of Regents have approved and announced the first All-University of California Intramural Sports Day to be held at the Santa Barbara campus on Saturday, April 6, 1963- The event will bring together student representatives from the San Francisco, Berkeley, Davis, Los Angeles, Riverside and Santa Barbara campuses of the University for competition, discussions, and other special activities. The program is a part of the Inter-campus Exchange Program which also sponsors the All-Univ3 rsity Student Art Festival. The Intercampus Exchange Program is designed to provide opportunities for students of all campuses to share in the educational experiences of all segments of the University of California. The Intramural Sports Festival will enable both men and women students to compete in a variety of athletic events. The San Francisco campus will participate in the following events: A univ...
ATTENTION: ALL MEDICAL CENTER STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 March 1963
ATTENTION: ALL MEDICAL CENTER STUDENTS Your u. C. Blood Reserve Program has scheduled a drive for March 12 in Classroom F of U. C. Hospital on the sth floor. This one donation will entitle you and your immediate family to one year unlimited supply of blood anywhere in the United States. You may obtain your appointment by calling Ext. 2252. If you are unable to make your appointment at this time you may go directly to Irwin Memorial Blood Bank and register your donation to our u. C. Blood reserve. *** * •
SPECIAL TICKETS AT MILLBERRY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 March 1963
SPECIAL TICKETS AT MILLBERRY ~ ■ ""L. u u Lr\ K i For ths convenience of campus personnel a series of Saturday night Opera House Concert tickets have been obtained from the California Music Foundation and are now on sale at the Union Central Desk. • . March 9, 1963 — Marion Anderson, World Celebrated Contralto. - ' 4 March 23, 1963 — Artur Rubinstein. World's Greatest Living Pianist. - . . . April 6, 1963— The Roger Wagner Chorale S. Hurok's Famed Choral Group.
CANDID I [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 March 1963
CANDID I Finals are over once more and I've taken my "God, I'm Depressed" print off the wall for that short period of blase' bliss which heralds the beginning of each semester. Semester break, that special fortnight unique to students, when responsibilities give way to dissipation, has flourished and flown, leaving only tanned faces, broken ankles, and flat wallets as remnants of the all time. White Mountains of the northland coaxed the abominable snowmen of the dental school to careen down their slopes by day and shout in their valleys by night. Medical students hit south to the land of bagels and lox where for a short time they almost forgot the pink palace of science. The tinny town of Las Vegas appealed to their sense of pseudo as they merged beneath the neon to catch up on the carnal pleasures of the outer world. Bongos and tequila were a welcome contrast to pin-stripes and pills as the nursing students wailed to the Bamba in Encinada, anything but nicely nice and scrubfaced. P...