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New Equipment For Exercise Room [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
New Equipment For Exercise Room The Recreation Department is happy to announce as a special "Fifth Birthday" present to all Union members, the recent placing of several new pieces of equipment for use in the Exercise Room. The room is now complete with weights, inclined bench, abdominal board, bench press, standard press, wall pulleys, stall bars, cxercycle, boxing speedbag, and a heavy punching bag. Barbells and dumb-bells have been standardized in weights, with one set of bar-bells left free for setting as desired. Boxing enthuiasists are requested to supply their own workout gloves. The Athletic Desk will no longer check these out. Use of the automatic cxercycle will be on a checkout basis. The cycle will be kept locked and the key may be checked out at the Athletic Desk. It should also be noted that children are not permitted in the Exercise Room at any time. Users of the Exercise Room are requested to return all equipment to its proper place after use.
All School Team Makes Bid For Title in City Softball [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
All School Team Makes Bid For Title in City Softball Strong pitching by senior pharmacy student Bill Smith, backed by enthuiastic teammates, has placed the U.C. "Medics," the all school softball team, in contention for the league championship in. the City Recreation Department's summer softball program. Playing in the Class "C" division of the Metro League, the "Medics" have won six straight games on points but lost the second game of the season on a forfeit, by not having enough players on the field at game time. Smith, who also serves as team manager and coach, considers the "Medics" to be the top team in the league. He feels that winning a championship in the Class "C" League will put the team in line for entry into a Class "B" League next year. Sponsoring an . all school team is another first for the Medical Center Campus and was undertaken as a result of interest shown in last summer's Intramural Softball League. The team is made up of students from each school on campus as wel...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Pull out that dusty and much avoided recreation calendar and set the following dates aside for a grand series of excursions scheduled for the fall semester by the Union Recreation Department. Information concerning each event will be forthcoming in future issues of the Synapse. Watch for these dates: Water Skiing at Lake Berryessa September 13 nni! 14 Camping at Yosemlte September 27, 28 and 29 Water Skiing at Lake Berryessa October 4 and 5 Winery Excursion to Napa Valley October 12 Bay Cruise and Dinner Party October 19 Deep Sea Fishing .... October 2G Lick Observatory Excursion November 1 Deep Sea Fishing November 16 Big Game Excursion .... November 23 Mystery Trip???? . December 7 Skiing at Squaw Valley January 3, 4 and 5 Skiing at Squaw Valley January 31, February 1 and 2
Excursion Dates Set Rental Gym Lockers [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Excursion Dates Set Rental Gym Lockers As a matter of information to all new and returning students and faculty, rental gym lockers are presently available, and can be signed out at the Athletic Control Desk (Swimming Pool) of the Millberry Union. A small locker and a combination lock may be rented for either one or two semesters or a full year. Rental fees are collected at the time the locker is assigned. Locks are to be used on gym lockers only, and are not to be taken out of the facilities or used on other lockers on campus. Rates are 50c per semester, 25c per summer period. The number of lockers available are limited and therefore issued on a first come, first serve basis.
Recreation Activities Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Recreation Activities Schedule Men's Intramurals — Tuesdays and Thursdays Women's Intramurals Mondays Wednesdays Spouse Night (No FeelWednesdays Employee Swimming— Mondays and Fridays Family Swim Time- -Sunday Trampoline and Gymnastics Instruction: Union Members (No Fee I Mondays and Thursdays Women Only (Fee for Non-members) — Wednesdays Children (Fee) Saturdays Bowling League (Mixed Teams) —Monday , U.C.M.C. Basketball Team: Practice Sessions (Starting Oct. 7)— Mondays Games (As Scheduled) Mondays 6:30-9:00 p.m.— Gym (Reserved) 6:30-9:00 p.m.— Gym (Reserved* 8:00-9:00 p.m.— Gym (As Needed) 5:00-9:00 p.m.— Gym &amp; Pool (Unreserved) 3:00-9:00 p.m.— Pool (Unreserved) 2:00-4:00 p.m.— Pool (Unreserved) 4:30-6:30 p.m.— Gym (Unreserved) 7:00-8:00 p.m.— Gym (Unreserved) 9:00-11:00 a.m.— Gym (Unreserved) 6:30-8:30 p.m. -Park Bowl 5:00-6:30 p.m.— Gym (Unreserved) 8:00 p.m.Gym (Reserved)
Senior Dents' Win Summer Intramural Softball [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Senior Dents' Win Summer Intramural Softball Breaking a three-day first place tie by defeating the Senior Mods' and General Services' team in hard-fought play-off games, the Senior Dents' (Class of '64) became champs of the 2nd Annual U.C.M.C. Intramural Summer Softball League. As league champs they now become eligible to represent the S.F. campus in softball competition at the annual all-University In- tramural Sports Day in Berkeley next spring. The Senior Dents' team name will be engraved on a new perpetual soft-ball league trophy to be placed in the Union's Intramural Trophy case. The championship Senior Dents' had a 5 win and 1 loss record, while last years championship team, the Pharmacy School, died on the vine this year and was dropped from the league after losing three games on forfeit (not enough players to field a team). League Director Jim Cunningham, reports that six teams were entered in the league, with all games having been played at Funston Park on Tuesday nights. F...
PROVOST WELCOMES NEW STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 September 1963
PROVOST WELCOMES NEW STUDENTS New students were welcomed to the San Francisco Medical Center campus of the University of California on Friday at the Provost's Reception in the Millberry Union gymnasium. Seen above greeting guests are Mrs. Clark Kerr, President Kerr, Mrs. J. B. dc C. M. Saunders, and Provost Saunders. Classes resumed on Monday, Sept 16, for what was estimated as one of the largest enrollments in the history of the campus. An orientation program in the medical sciences auditorium was held earlier, for which the master of ceremonies was Theodore K. Schrock, President, ASUCMC; and welcoming addresses were given by Provost Saunders, Dean Fleming, Dean Nahm, Dean Daniels, Eugene C. Jorgensen, Chairman of the Graduate Council; Victor W. Rodwell, Acting Assistant Dean of Students, and Robert A. Alexander, Director, Guy S. Millberry Union,. Student body presidents introduced were: Peter K. Domoto, School of Dentistry; Theodore Schrock, School of Medicine; Grace I. Lusby, Sch...
Summer Activities: Foreign Scholars Meet [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 September 1963
Summer Activities: Foreign Scholars Meet Dateline San Francisco More than 60 health professionals and biological scientists met at the University of California Medical Center in June for a four-day Conference on Medical Education for Foreign Scholars in the Medical Sciences. The seventh annual invitational conference was presented by seven major sponsoring organizations in cooperation with U.C.s division of Continuing Education in Medicine and Health Sciences. Chairman of the conference was Dr. Francis Scott Smyth, professor of pediatrics and coordinator of U.C.s Indonesian medical education project. Foreign participants were in residence at major American teaching and research .centers as visiting staff members, trainees and research fellows. They came from 29 countries: Afghanistan, Argentina, Belguim, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, England, the Fiji Islands, Formosa, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, In- dia, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Nige...
BULLETIN [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 September 1963
BULLETIN Friday, Sept. 20: Official news of the announced expansion program for the UC Medical Center Campus was not available today as the SYNAPSE went to press. Announcements in San Francisco newspapers indicated that a $67,000,000 plan had been approved on Sept. 19 by the Regents of the University of California at a meeting in Santa Barbara. Provost J. B. dc C. M. Saunders, present at the Santa Barbara meeting, had not returned to the campus at the time of this writing. Further announcements will be included in the Oct. 7 edition of the SYNAPSE.
Copy Deadlines and Publication Dates [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 September 1963
Copy Deadlines and Publication Dates Fall Semester 1963-64 Copy Publication Deadline Itate Aug. 28 for Sept. 13 Sept. 13 for Sept. 23 Sept. 28 for Oct. 7 Oct. 11 for Oct. 21 Oct. 25 for Nov. 4 Nov. 8 for Nov. 18 Nov. 22 for Dec. 2 Dec. 23 for Jan. 6 Jan. 10 for Jan. 20 All material should be dou-ble-spaced on plain paper with: two carbons. All pictures must accompany copy on deadline data and be no less than a 5x7 print for large groups, or an original glossy print. All advertising must follow copy deadlines.
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 September 1963
Editorial The second edition of this year's volume of The Synapse goes to press with the highest compliment possible : everyone is already taking it for granted. This is as it should be, because _r campus newspaper traditionally is the expression of ideas and functions that do not classify themselves according to purely academic necessity. A newspaper exists to be indepedent, politically and economically, from specific pressure groups and to communicate facts and ideas that stimulate thought and illuminate current history, both local and universal, that is pertinent to its readers. All that is the ideal, and should remain so. Communication is hot stuff, because the magic of print fixes forever in the mind a sense of officiality and truth which is sometimes erroneous. Communication is interpretation : and interpretation is the Scylla and Charybdis of the journey thought takes from mind to mind. It is as labyrinthine, as fascinating, as full of delights and dangers as the mind itself....
Union Staff Changes Announced This Week [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 September 1963
Union Staff Changes Announced This Week Director R. A. Alexander today officially announced two major changes in the administrative staff of the Guy S. Millberry Union. In the Food Services Department, C. V. Sala has been named as Acting Manager in place of A. T. "Ted" Allegra who resigned in June to enter private business in Marin County. Mr. Sala joined the Union food staff in 1960, and has served for three years as Assistant Manager of the department. Prior to 1960, he was involved in the operation of commercial and resort hotel properties. In announcing Mr. Sala's promotion, Mr. Alexander commented: "The Union can consider Itself fortunate that Cecil Sala has accepted this special appointment. He brings considerable experience to his new position, along with marked enthusiasm and a concise appreciation of the special problems manifest in a college union food service setting." The second appointment announced by Alexander was naming Mrs. Elizabeth Coffelt to the position of Union...