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GUY S. MILLBERRY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
GUY S. MILLBERRY The Guy S. Millberry Union memorializes a man who contributed more to dentistry and dental education in California than any other person in our history. He played important roles as educator, administrator and leader in dentistry and in public health. All of these activities were bound together by a warm sympathy and unfaltering trust in people. He had the courage to advocate and support new ideas, even though they were not popularly received at first. His entire life, both personal and professional, was based upon sound ethical principles and a deep interest in people, particularly children and students. Guy Jlillbcrry was born in Menominee, Michigan in 1872. He died in Los Gatos, California in September, 1952. The years between these dates were filled with a variety of occupations, activities and accomplishments that leads one to designate him as a person who had, indeed, had a "full life." His early childhood and his early education were spent at the place of his...
UNION OPENS FRIDAY Welcome to a New Era [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
UNION OPENS FRIDAY Welcome to a New Era by Marcia Rehfuss As the new school year gets under way, it gives me great pleasure to be one of the first to extend you a hearty welcome. To the students who are new to the University; to the students who are enrolling for the first time on this San Francisco campus; and to those who are returning to Parnassus for another semester on "The Hill," hello and welcome to the ASUCMC. For the new students this is going to be a big year filled with many new classes, new instructors and new friends. But you are not the only ones looking forward to the coming 9 months. No, you are not alone, for this is a year of "firsts" for everybody. The University Ste coHimcK &gt;g a v.cv era under the leadership of Dr. Clark Kerr as President of our statewide University. September will find many new discoveries in the recently finished Increment II of the Medical Sciences Building, with its library, auditorium, classrooms and laboratories. We welcome also ...
Freshman Orientation [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Freshman Orientation An assembly for the purpose of acquainting all new students with the San Francisco campus will be held at 1:30 p.m. in the Medical Sciences Auditorium on Friday, September 19, 19 5 8. This meeting will include short talks by representatives of each of the four schools, as well as brief tours of the campus, including the new Guy S. Millberry Student Union. New students are cordially requested to attend the assembly.
The 1959 Medi-Cal [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
The 1959 Medi-Cal The editorship of our campus yearbook, the Medi-Cal, rotates each year among the four schools —Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Dentistry. This year Joan Ruby, a Nursing student will serve as editor. The book is published at a cost of $4.50. It may be purchased with one full payment, or with $2.00 down and the remaining $2.50 to be paid at a deadline to be set in the future. It is a good idea to get your Medi-Cal early since they are usually cheaper then. They are sold in the same locality all during registration. If anyone is interested in joining the staff he will be most welcome. You may contact the salesmen at the booth during registration to find out when the next meeting will be. Offices for the yearbook are in the Student Union.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
HI 3 DAYS OF FUN FRIDAY • 8:00 P.M. OPENING CEREMONY • 8:30 - I I P.M. Open House—Activity in all areas • Water show • Gymnastics • Billiards • Movies • 11-12 P.M. Variety show in the Steninger Gymnasium Featuring guest entertainers from San Francisco night clubs. Union members and dates. ' SATURDAY • 2 - 5 P.M. Guided Tours • 8 P.M. - I A.M. Fun and dancing in the Steninger Gymnasium • Concerts by—Dave Brubeck • Dancing to the music of Ray Hackett Union members and dates—Bring reg. card SUNDAY • 5 - 8 P.M. Guided Tours • 4 - 8 P.M. Buffet dinner Friends and family invited. Reservations may be made for $1.75 per person— through Food Service Office, but are not necessary. See Pg. ?? for details
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco 22, California MOntrose 1-0210 Woody E. Geller, Editor Ted Nalcata, Assoc. Ed. Dent.srry June Roundy. Assoc. Ed. Nursing Joanne Lilley, Assoc. Ed. Pharmacy (io-,sln Columnists, JacK Hockel. Robert Neumayr; Postern anil Cartoons, Med"*' Illustratl.m Marshall Turner; sports Kditor. Mils Fukumura; Photographer, Jack Hockoi, Report*™, Sue Thomas, Peg Steller. Nancy Jamison. Pearl Scale, Eva Lee Heluel. Harbara Hell. Gall Drurnmoncl. Secretary, Jackie Roth. Published Diweekly during tne academic year by the Associated students, U. C. Medical Center. Subscription price $2.00 per year by mall.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
EDITORIAL This, the first issue of Synapse for the new academic year is designed to welcome and introduce the new students to the Medical Center. We wish, also, to take this opportunity to welcome back the returning students. There have been many changes on the campus and it is our hope that this issue will serve to reacquaint you with the Center. This is an extra large edition celebrating the opening of the Guy S. Millberry Student Union. The union offers many excellent facilities and you are urged to take advantage of them. There are also many other extracurricular activities in which you may participate. Among these are religious clubs, a choral society, discussion groups, a yearbook, and this newspaper, to name a few. For a well rounded education, studies are not enough. You should take part in the activities available to you. A word now about Synapse. Synapse is now the official student newspaper at the U.C. Medical Center. Our past Editor, Mr. Don Swatman, with a small staff a...
SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
SYNAPSE Publication Schedule 1958-69 Academic Year Date Of Paper Deadline Date April 14 .^J 1 ' Sent 15 Sept 8 April 28 April 21 Oct. 7 Sept 30 May 12 May 5 Oct 21 Oct. 7 May 26 May 19 Sw 4 Oct. 28 Please cut out and post so that ov '18 Nov. 11 your material may reach us in Dec! 16 Dec 9 lime. Jan. IS -lan. 6 SYNAPSE Feb i 0 Fob. 3 Student Publications ~-,,,,' ... } Feb 17 Rm. 249 Student Union March 17 -March 10 Phono: MO 1-0210 Notice- The .leadline is absolutely the- latest date on which material can lie accepted for inclusion in the following week edition.
WHY YOU PAY A UNION FEE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
WHY YOU PAY A UNION FEE As you know, it was voted upon lo maintain an obligatory fee of ST.SO per semester per student, or $15 00 per school year per student, and this fee is a separate ~ne and in no way related to any ot h,. r existing "student body fees This fee is payable at tnc time of registration of each regir lar semester, and evidence ot Union membership will appeal ~n ,he reverse side of each stu dent's blue academic registration card. , ~ The following are some ot tn&lt; benefits received by the students for their $7.50 investment: 1. Reduced price of food. 2. Coat, book, and checking serv ice. 3. Spacious and allra c I l v c lounge areas. 1. Meeting r o o m s and special equipment. 5. Office space and storage fol organizations. 0. Information service, p v b1 i c address system. 7. Minimal charge for rental of g a me s equipment I i.e. bit liards and table tennis), S Music lounge \&lt;&gt;ith 'he ultimate in hi fidelity equipment. 9. Free use of ext...
Notice [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Notice Beginning with the next issue lOct. 7) we would like to begin a classified section. If you have anything you wish to advertise we shall be happy to print it for you at fifty cents per three line ad. Information must be in this office no later than the deadline date set for each issue. Kemember. to make this work we need your cooperation.
GSM Board of Governors [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
GSM Board of Governors The Board of Governors of the Guy S. Millberry Union run the Union under the Regents of the University and for the students, faculty, and alumni of Ihe Medical Center. The Board is made up of ten students, two elected from among the members of each school, a graduate member and the Presi- dent of the ASUCMC. There is an alumnus from each school elected by his respective alumni alumni group, a faculty member from each school, and the Dean of Students of the Campus. The Director of the Union, Mr. Bob Alexander, and the Business Manager of the Medical Center, Mr. Stanley Batemen, are non-voting members of the Board. The Bajird has' monthly business meetings which will be held in the Union; and all members of the Union students, faculty, and alumni, are invited to attend. Notice of these meetings, as well as business which has been transacted at the previous meetings, will appear in the Synapse. The officers of the Board are Dr. George Steninger, Chairman; Dr. Mor...
Newman Begins Tenth Year [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Newman Begins Tenth Year Pounded in 1949, the UCMC Newman Club begins its tenth year on this campus and to start the semester in the traditional Newman spirit, the Newman Club is sponsoring an Open House and "Get Acquainted Dance." This event will be held on Tuesday evening, September 23, from 8--11 p.m. in the new and beautiful Guy S. Millberry Union. Dancing, entertainment and refreshments will be provided. This is a wonderful opportunity for all incoming students to get acquainted with the Newman organization and to meet their fellow New- manites. Newman's second big event of the semester is the Newman pic- nie. This semester it will be held on Sunday, September 28 in the Los Gatos foothills. Swimming, volley-ball and various other athletic facilities will be available. There will also be a Bar-B-Q and at sundown dancing under the stars. Cost for this wonderful day in the sunshine will he $1.00. All those wishing transportation or all those who can provide transportation are to m...
Union Council To Be Formed [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Union Council To Be Formed In order that the Guy S. Millberry Union may better serve its members, a Union Program Council will be formed to help the planning of activities. Six committees have been anticipated for the immediate future, covering various activities which would fall under their broad categories. Games Bridge Lessons, Games, Parties, Game Instructions Film Weekly Films, Camera Club, Special Film Activities Dance Special Dances, Dance Instruction, Mixer Dances Fine Arts Craft Activities, Record Renting Library, Jazz and Classical Music Programs Promotions Brochures, Union Newspaper, Special Publicity Work Shops Hospitality Coffee Hours, Book Reviews, Debates The chairmen of each of these six committees together with three separate officers will form the Union Program Council. It is hoped that the Chairman of this Council will gain a seat on the Union Board of Governors. There will be sub-chairmen and committee member's within each individual group, and it is hoped that t...
What is J.D.A ? ? [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
What is J.D.A ? ? J.D.A. is THE JUNIOR DENTAL ALLIANCE sponsored by the Womens' Auxiliary of the Dental Society and open to all wives of dental students attending the U.C. Dental School and the College of Physicians and Surgeons. If you are newcomers to the Bay Area and a student in dentistry at either of the above schools we believe the best way for your wife to become acquainted with other wives is through the J.D.A.! J.D.A. will open its activities this Fall with a Punch Party in honor of Freshman wives. It is hoped that all invitations will be accepted and attendance will be 100 per cent. The party will be held at the Delta Sigma Delta House, 330 Parnassus, October 6, 7:45 p.m. Nan Cooper (P &amp; S) has a terrific program planned. The Dental Supply Houses have furnished the refreshments. Tell your wife about it! Bey Cook (UC) will lead the group this year as President. It is her wish to receive phone calls from any students' wives who have questions. You can reach her a...
MESSAGE FROM THE UNION DIRECTOR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
MESSAGE FROM THE UNION DIRECTOR In only a few short days, the long anticipated Guy S. Millberry Union will open its dcors for the first time and assume operations. To many individuals this thrilling event will represent the climax of lofty aspirations and vigorous efforts distributed over a long span of years. A new hope and challenge now confronts many of these same individuals, as well as the entire Board of Governors, viz., that on Friday night we shall not only open the doors to a remarkable physical facility, but to an exciting new era of 1 student life at the Medical Center as well. In non - collegiate circles, the term "student union" is a rather baffling and perplexing one. Despite an international organization Cthe Association of College Unions) embracing some 300 in- , stitutions of higher learning and reaching in excess of one million students, the union concept remains somewhat mystic. In the past and in broad context, we have of course made continual reference to the Me...