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The White Mass [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
The White Mass On Sunday, Sept. 28. 1958 at 9:00 a.m. The White Mass will again be held at St. Mary's Cathedral, Van Ness and Ellis St. in San Francisco. This, the third annual White Mass will be celebrated by His Excellency, Most Rev. Hugh A. Donohoe, Auxiliary Bishop of the San Francisco Catholic Archdiocese. Mass will be followed by a Communion breakfast at Phelan Hall on the campus of the University of San Francisco at $3.00 per person. Speaker at the breakfast will be Right Reverend Wm. F. Reilly, Archdiocesan Director of the work for Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The subject of his talk will be "The Challenge Eternal." Mistress of Ceremonies at the breakfast will be Miss Myrtle L. Cavanaugh, outstanding member of Catholic Nurses Council. The White Mass is a spiritual excercise participated in by Catholics of the San Francisco archdiocese who are in the health fields. This includes physicians, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, laboratory technicians, and those in allied fields. This i...
Medical Center Choral Society [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Medical Center Choral Society No, we don't mean are you a Kirsten Flagstad or an Ezio Pinza, but can you sing a melody without being threatened by your neighbors? If so, why not look into the possibility of joining our Medical Center Choral Society. This friendly organization is composed of students, teachers and campus staff of all departments. This group believes that not only can worthwhile music be presented to the campus community, but that an awfully good time can be had in the process. A colorful and varied program is planned for the coming year, including a Christmas program, the annual concert, and other exciting events, including possibly some intercollegiate activities. Rehearsal dates will be an nounced shortly. Make this experience one of your activities for the year, and we feel sure that you will be rewarded.
Medical School History Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Medical School History Exhibit Historical memorabilia of the School of Medicine are currently on display in the Medical Sciences Building lobby showcases. The material includes early handwritten faculty minutes, 19th-cen tury and recent campus photographs, "festschrift" volumes dedicated to distinguished faculty members, and other items from the historical collection assembled by Dr. William E. Carter, councilor -at - large of the Alumni-Faculty Association.
Bob Alexander [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Bob Alexander Union Director Bob Alexander has been on the Medical Center campus since October of last year organizing, smoothing-out, and co-ordinating the Guy S. Millberry Union. Of course Bob is more responsible for organization of the activities, but one of his most trying jobs has been to get the Union open. Bob hails from Chicago, went to the University of Illinois where his school life included Sigma Pi Fraternity. Varsity swim team, active in the Illini Student Union, and a BS in Recreation. After graduating, Bob was an assistant to the manager of the Illini Union for three years, then went on to become Assistant Director of the Student Union and Campus Director of Student Activities at Kansas State where he stayed for two years. Bob and his wife, Conaie, now live in Mill Valley. They have a son, Tommy, two. Bob was recently accorded the honor of membership on one of the standing committees in the Association of College Unions. He is working on his master's thesis on the dev...
Bud Alexander [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Bud Alexander Recreation Director Bud Alexander is a new face on campus. He started his job as recreation director on the first of July, coming from a job as Recreation Director for the City of Oakland. Bud's work will include setting up the athletic programs and supervising his employees in the gym wing, as well as being right-hand man for his boss, Bob Alexander. Bud, however, will not be lost on this side of the bay; he went to San Francisco City College and S.F. State where he got his BS in the recreation curriculum of the physical education department. We'll see a lot of Bud these coming semesters, and I think you will enjoy knowing him.
'Meet me at the Francis Smyth Fireplace' [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
'Meet me at the Francis Smyth Fireplace' The central feature of the lour.£'- of the Millberry Union is the Sr-yth fireplace with its exquisite mosaics of oak trees . Francis Scott Smyth was Dean of tie School of Medicine from 1942 10 1954. When he resigned his r :_r.y friends desired to show the:: -preciation of him and his grea; service as Dean of our sehoo Since the building of a centt. for students, alumni, and fact;: ; was one of the projects c!os! his heart, it was decided to (i' • "lop the fireplace in the main . o v n g c of the Millberry Unior -s our means of honoring him Tbt .amous sculptor, Mr. Robert X '.yard, whose father desißne- "he campanile in Berkeley, was ci ed in to execute the work. In se ' hing for a theme for the decora'ive motif, he visited Dr. Smyi" in his home where he found that several lovely oak trues were the dominating feature- ;: his garden. The live oak, nat.\( to California, typifies growtr strenght. and long life, Ihe a:rr.s of Dr. Smyth for our cam...
Opportunity for Students Interested in Research & Science Teaching [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Opportunity for Students Interested in Research &amp; Science Teaching The unification of the University of California School of Medicine. . v .-. n Francisco, presents enlarged p port uniti c s on the Berkeley campus for students interested in careers in research and si lenc? teaching. This was pointed out today by Dv. Lincoln Constance, dean of the College of Letters and Science, who has administrative responsinility for the Berkeley departments of anatomy, biochemistry and physiology. In the unification, which has been planned by the University for several years, the School of Medicine's departments of anatomy, physiological chemistry and physiology, have moved to the San Francisco campus for operation beginning with the fall semester. The move coincides with completion of new quarters at San Francisco for the departments, which have been on the Berkeley campus since the fire and earthquake of 1906. Dear. Constance said that virtually -he whole curriculum of the three dep...
The Interior Decorator's Inspiration and Plan [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
The Interior Decorator's Inspiration and Plan Doreo Kerr. A.1.D.. Member, American Institute of Decorators When I sit beneath the leaf-laden branches of a live oak tree and look up at the patches of sky showing through the spreading structuie. I get a feeling of beauty and strength. I also get this feeling when I stand on the foundation of a construction project and look up at the sky through the lacework of exposed steel framing. My first on-the-site visit to the "Combined Structures Project" found the building in this condition. After a year of meetings with representatives of the Student Body, Faculty, and Alumni, plan- ning colors, materials, and details with the architects, and designing furnishings, materials, and colors with my office staff, the building was beginning to take a tangible shape. I wandered on the main floor through cement mixers and dodging riveters working overhead and began to plan the final stages of the interior furnishings and colors. MUtonj Pfleuger, the ...
Student Union Formal Dedication [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Student Union Formal Dedication Activities for the informal dedication of the Union are to be planned around the students', therefore the formal dedication is geared primarily for faculty, alumni, and special friends of the Medical Center. This dedication is planned for Thursday, October 30, and Saturday, November 1. Thursday's ceremonies include a Banquet in the Steninger Gymnasium of the Millberry Union with Dean Saunders acting as Master of Ceremonies. Featured speaker for the evening will be Mr. Frederick E. Stectoer, Vice-president of Ohio State University. The number of guests is expect- Ed to total approximately 450, including State and City Public Officials, Mrs. Millberry, certain student leaders, President Kerr, President Emeritus 3proul, Personnel from other College Unions, Special Campus Guests, Union Governing Board, and certain alumni officials. Open House will be held Saturday, November 1, 1958 in the Guy S. Millberry Union, and will include Guided Tours, Reception wi...
Union Program Announced [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Union Program Announced GENERAL BUILDING Sunday—Thursday 7:00 P.M.—10:45 P.M. Friday—Saturday 7:00 A.M.—12:30 A.M. OFFICES Monday—Friday ... 8:00 A.M.- 5:00 P.M.. FOOD SERVICES " v Student - Faculty Cafeteria: Monday—Saturday Breakfast 7:00 A.M —9:00 A.M. Lunch 11:15 A.M.—1:30 P.M. Dinner 5:00 P.M.—7:00 P.M. Sunday Brunch 8:30 A.M.—1:30 P.M. Buffet - - 4:00 P.M.—7:00 P.M. Fountain Room Monday—Thursday 9:00 A.M.—10:30 P.M. Friday—Saturday 9:00 A.M.—12:15 A.M. Sunday ..: 1:30 P.M.— 3:30 P.M. . (between Brunch and Bpffet) 7:00 P.M.— 10:15 P.M. (after Buffet) Faculty Club Breakfast Closed Lunch 11:15 A.M.—1:30 P.M. Dinner To be served one night per week from 5:00 P.M.—7:00 P.M. BOOK AND SUPPLY STORE Monday—Friday .....8: A.M.—5:00 P.M. BARBER SHOP Monday—Friday 8:00 A.M.—6:00 P.M. ATHLETICS AND GABIES AREA Central Desk Monday—Thursday : 7:00 A.M.—10:30 P.M. Friday—Saturday 7:00 A.M.—12:30 A.M. Sunday f: 9:00 A.M.—10:30 P.M. Games Area (Table Tennis &amp; Billiards) Monday—Thursd...
From Rags To Riches [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
From Rags To Riches When you walk through the lobby of the new Guy S. Millberry Union for the first time and find yourself in the desp pile of the beautiful rugs in the lounge; or, if you have headed for the cafeteria first and pinched yourself to see if you weren't dreaming; or, if you couldn't wait to fall into the swimming pool clothes and all— stop—wait—and listen. This new "living room" of the Medical Center Campus didn't appear at the wave of a wand, nor is it the result of a short span of planning. The gestation period for this baby has set a new record —■ thirty - seven years to be exact. Such a project as this has had an interesting history, and for the benefit of the students and faculty members who will be privileged to enjoy this fine addition to our campus, a brief story of this accomplishment is in order. Picture, if you will, the campus back in 1921 — four brick buildings which housed the Medical School, Dental and Pharmacy, Hooper Research, and a museum, and a compar...
DR. GEORGE STENINGER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
DR. GEORGE STENINGER Ever since' 1926 Dr. Steninger has been working hard to get a Student Union for this campus. Many problems have delayed his desired achievement—war, police action, depression, inflation, lack of common interests—but despite all of this the Guy S. Millberry Student Union has finally become a reality. Dr. Steninger was born in Parker, South Dakota, where he attended school. He then went to Lawrence College in Wisconsin until World War I interrupted his studies and he served in France for Uncle Sam. Aftar the war he went to the University of Wisconsin for two years, and then came to San Francisco. Here he entered the Collage of Dentistry, and after his graduation in 1925 he started his practice at 490 Post. Aftar graduation he was asked by Dr. Millharry to continue to supervise the Students' Cafeteria and to become a part-time instructor in Operative Dentistry. He at that time started the Associated Dental Students' supply store, which has grown from next to nothin...
ADVANCED SCHEDULING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
ADVANCED SCHEDULING At a meeting of the Union Board of Governors held on June 11, 1958, a comprehensive scheduling policy relating to the use of Millberry Union facilities was adopted. The Board also authorized the Director's Office to begin accepting room reservations for the first semester of the 1958-59 school year. Requests will be honored on a first-come-first-served basis. Applications will be mailed upon request or picked up in the office of the Director, Room 240, second floor, Millberry Union. Teleph ne reservations cannot be accepted. Tc :■.?&gt;ist you In considering the Uni' r. as a place in which to hold your cent, the following informal r. may prove helpful: 1. The Union Food Service Department can cater food to groups ranging in size from twelve &lt;12) to 550. 2. There are only two areas in the building for which a room- ■ rent;.! fee muy apply, depending upon the type of event scheduled. These two areas are the Steninger Gymnasium and Banquet Room 22...
Ray Ward [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 15 September 1958
Ray Ward Manager of the Bookstore Wei: known and well liked by everyone on the U.C. Campus is Ray Ward, manager of the Sttldent Store, formerly sponsored by the Associated Dental Students, but now an auxiliary department of the Guy S. Millberry Stud-/. Union. Ray has been working with Dr. Sten:np;er and the Associated Dent.;.! Students since he started here ;r. 1940 as' manager of the old cafeteria. In 1955 he bsgan iriancrrir.g the old bookstore, ana he now has a brand new bookstore with more space and better lighting and display cabinets. Equipment is available in the bookstore for just about everyone on this campus, and consists of everything from books and class equipment to stationery, notebooks, and office supplies. We all extend our best wishes to Ray ie: a long, happy and successfi... term in the new facilities.