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Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Editorial At this point in time five years ago, the Guy S. Mill benv Union had not yet opened its doors for the first time. Then, on the evening of September 19, 1958, hundreds of curious and anxious students collected in the front courtyard to hear remarks by Dr. George E. Steninger (known to scores as "Mr. Union") and A.S.U.C.M.C. I'resident Marcia Rehluss. Minutes later, these same two individuals shared a gilded scissors and split a pair of blue and gold ribbons draped across the entranceway. Immediately, waves of students poured into the new five million dollar facility. Six weeks later, on October 30. 1958, over three hundred distinguished guests gathered in the Steninger Gymnasium to formally dedicate the Union. On that occasion, Donald H. McLaughlin (then Chairman of the University's Board of Regents | observed: "Tonight 1 really think the San Francisco Campus is coming of age. Tonight, too, I think thai in this Union we are indicating that this campus is far more than a pro...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Bear's Wares i Dear's Wares, located on the Union Courtyard, welcomes the return of familiar faces and extends a greeting to those who are new with us. Keeping your needs in mind, we are glad to announce the NEW LOOK given Bear's Wares by the selection of new gift items. You will find a complete line of varied items, cigarettes, cosmetics, and o wide selection of paperback books and pocket editions. New this semester to Bear's Wares is a complete selection of the prints of Margaret and Walter Keane. Prices begin at $2.00. A fine film developing service is also available. Store Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday Through Friday COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND. WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Ginet-Milo Studio 637 Irvoing St. SEabriqht 1-4428 FIFTH AVENUE FOOD MART 400 Irving St., San Francisco QUICK SERVICE FOR BUSY PEOPLE
More Events... [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
More Events... FIVE-STAR CONCERTS Five-Star Concerts, one each month, will be held in the evening at Millberry Union either in the lounge, faculty club, or gymnasium, or in the Medical Sciences auditorium as announced. On October 22, the San Francisco Jaz-Tet is making its second major appearance in the Bay Area as the first Millberry evening concert. Richard Dyed-Bennet, famous folk singer and guitarist, will be appearing in November, and in December the 20-piece Matze Chamber Orchestra will perform in the gymnasium. The January program will be announced at a later date. Mrs. Lundberg- Retires Mrs. Bernice Lundberg, residence halls supervisor at Millberry Union for the past twelve years, was entertained by the Millberry staff this summer in honor of her retirement. Mrs. Mary J. Pearson was appointed to replace Mrs. Lundberg in her position. Mrs. Pearson's appointment took effect on July 1. NOON CONCERTS On September 19, the noon concert seriejs, to be given on the first and third T...
New Program Coordinator [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
New Program Coordinator ("That's a great deal to try and make one word mean," said Alice.) Praise/blame and eggs/bouquets can in the future be heaped on the desk of Millberry's new liason with the arts and other lower regions, Beth Coffelt. "I brought culture to Buffalo in the '90's," she claimed when interviewed for the job. "When Oscar Wilde was there he visited my home." If this were not enough to convince anybody, we can now announce that Beth has personally catalogued the entire literature of Tom Swifties and elephant jokes and can recite by heart "How Doth the Little Crocodile" and "The Hunting of the Snark." We welcome her, we think.
All The Gods and Goddesses [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
All The Gods and Goddesses What with the current vogue on television and movies for the "doctor" story, the publishing business has decided to cash in on what seems to be a good thing. One house after another has been dispensing medical novels with all the agility of a pharmacuetical salesman handing out samples in a medical center. The latest entry in this sutural sweepstake is ALL THE GODS AND GOODESSES by Kay Martin. Mrs. Martin, apparently all caught up in her use of medical terminology, has decided not to waste too much time coming up with an imaginative plot. Her ingredients are as familiar as aspirin; the brilliant elderly surgeon iwho is starting to lose his grip, the young surgeon who admires him and, believe it or not, a beautiful nurse as the romantic interest. Naturally the author sets her story against a background by KAY MARTIN, PUTNAM, $4.95 of the behind-the-scenes action in the hospital. The political conniving, the financial dealing, the moraity, amorality and and ...
Barber Passes [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Barber Passes It was with deep regret that we learned of the death in July of Bill Chapralis, one of Millberry's best - known personalities. Bill had been a barber on the campus since 1948, working in many areas of the old campus, and was almost universally known for the amount of free barbering he made available to those who had no money to pay. He and his son Bob Chapralis opened the barbershop in Millberry Union five years ago. Bob is continuing as manager of the barbershop.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
SMITH &amp; FALKENSTEIN STADIUM GARAGE 522 Frederick St. San Francisco I 7 ] Ph. OVerland 1-5800 i Automotive Repairs and Service All Makes and Models A.A.A. Road Service BON APPETIT! Millberry Union Food Services Hours of Operation: Student Cafeteria: 7:00 a.m. —7:00 p.m. Closed Weekends Public Cafeteria. 7:30 a.m. —7:00 p.m. Closed Weekends Faculty Club: I 1:15 a.m. — 1.30 p.m. Closed Weekends Fountain: 10:00 a.m. —5:00 p.m. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. —2.00 p.m. Canteen: 7:00 a.m. —4:00 p.m. Closed Weekends ■ Stadium Self Service Laundry Dry Cleaning—Finished Laundry PROMPT SERVICE—EXCELLENT WORK 516 Frederick St., near Stanyan HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. MON. thru SAT.—CLOSED SUN.
Medical Center Choral Society [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Medical Center Choral Society CALLING ALL SINdERS! You are warmly welcomed to participate in the Choral Society activities for the current academic year. If you have been a member last year or during an earlier year — we shall look forward to your conlinuanco in the group. If you arc a new member of the campus community as student, graduate student, laboratory, hospital or office personnel or as teaching or research faculty member and you have sung in choral groups or would like to do so, WC shall be very glad to have you join us. lei us have a simple "audition" of your voice. aiid work with us on a program of musical activity, varied in nature and content, but of dimensions compatible with the busy life of this campus. We shall prepare what is now our "traditional" Christmas recital; material for concert or broadcasting of Genre, Oratorio. Chanson and contemporary American typos of music. There will be opportunities for lull choral, men's and women's choruses and solos. The Medical...