Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1947-10-031
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Volume 11, Number 2 Teachers ti'i The college Education club opened its fall quarter activity roster with a meeting on October 1, held to set forth the aims of the organization. Membership in the organization is open to anyone interested in education with the purpose being to acquaint the prospective teacher with the problems of the field. Officers shown in the picture are, left to right: Dr. Basil Hansen, adviser; Marie Farber, secretary; Don Hayden, president; Josephine Swanner, vice-president, and Merle AUen, adviser. Student Officers Extend Welcome On behalf of all the student-body we want to extend a welcome to the freshmen attending Weber college for the first time this year. We are happy to have you as members of our college student-body. The traditions of Weber are many and proud, and we hope that in as short a time as possible that you will learn them and appreciate them as the sophomores and alumni do. The "Weber family" spirit is not a myth but an actuality as you will soon discover. We are a united and happy student body, If you, as freshmen, will support the college and all its activities you can do much to further the friendly "one big happy family" spirit that now exists. We want you to be active both in scholastic and student-body functions. If you want to work on ore of our many student committees please contact one of your student-body officers. The future of Weber is indeed the brightest it has ever been. Soon, perhaps before you have to leave the campus, Weber will be a four-year college. We have a beautiful new campus site in the southeastern part of our city and we will be able to expand into a college befitting our enrollment, spirit, and the city of Ogden. Once again, welcome to Weber, and welcome into our student-body family. Laurence Burton Jane Ann Slater Shirley Chambers Bert Oorkey Larry Williamsen Sec. 562, P. L. & R. Friday, October 3, 1947 Organize 4 ' , ' i a- 1 :'if- Upholstered Sfeps, Maybe? AMS Officers Suggest Improvements New officers of Associated Men Students elected recently are: Hy Sanders, president; Mark Petrich, vice-president; and Dee Call, secretary.Dr. William Stratford, dean of men, said the elections were temporary in order to give the freshmen a chance to become better acquainted with sophomores and the other members of their own class. Regular elections will probably be held the last part of this quarter. Dean Stratford hopes that by having offices filled permanently later this quarter, the unaffiliated students in school may have a better chance to be represented. He also called attention to the fact that these officers contemplate installing upholstered steps on the gym building in order that the fellows may be more comfortable as they see, and are seen by the more attractive half of our student body. Hy Sanders stated that AMS will have one day set aside for them each month during the rest of the school year, and the next big event will be a rally before the team leaves for California. Signpost Rejected The Weber college Board of Control rejected a Signpost request for non-voting memberships on that board in a meeting held Wednesday, October 1. Signpost officials stated that the board will be asked to reconsider this request at the next regular meeting. Weber In Bid f Year's "ills Discloses Assembly Program Heading a noteworthy list of fall quarter activities is the Hawaiian assembly slated for 11 a. m. October 9, Marilyn Mills, assembly committee chairman disclosed Tuesday. "The program will be presented through 'the combined efforts of the Weber college student body and Hawaii's famed Mickalums," she declared. Additional plans in the process of formulation catalogue entertainment to be presented during the forthcoming three month period as follows: Ootober 17 "A String of Perils" Sophomore assembly October 24 .. Homecoming program Ootober 31 "Halloween" November 14 ...."Freshmen Foibles" November 21 Thanksgiving program December 5 One Act Play December 12 .. Christmas assembly prepared by Lambda Delta Sigma. "The above tentative calendar of events is subject to change at any time as the quarter progresses," Miss Mills declared. "Other programs may be substituted for those listed where such substitution is deemed advisable by the committee," she concluded. Lalli TaSces Frosh 'Wheel' Position Lee Lalli was chosen temporary chairman of the Freshman class in an election held Sept. 26, during a Pep assembly. Lee was chosen by a standing vote of all Freshmen from the following candidates: Stuart Parker, Milton DeMelo, Oman Tracy and Thayne Harris. Laurance Burton was in charge of the voting, with Shirley Cham bers, Bert Corkey, and Jane Ann Slater assisting. Lee's duties will cover all Fresh man activities until a permanent class president is elected late in the fall quarter. Program Acquaints Freshman Girls With Social Clubs A special assembly was called Tuesday for girls for the purpose of acquainting the freshmen with the social clubs of Weber. At the meeting, Rosie Petersen was elect ed freshman representative of AWS and Helen Underwood was elected freshman reporter. The girls became acquainted with the purpose and aim of each club, Whip, AWS, Lambda Delta Sigma, Music, Dramatics and Publications, through a talk by a representative of each club. Miss Mae Welling, dean of women, announced a tea Sunday for the purpose of further acquainting the freshman girls with social clubs. She impressed the importance of this tea by stating that every girl should attend and not only become familiar with the rush parties of the various clubs, but also become better acquainted with the sophomore girls. NOTICE Dr. Basil Hansen, veteran'? coordinator, has requested thai all veterans attend a meeting n the Moench auditorium, Tues- -lay at 11:00 p. m. Attendance i lrgent. Meets Mesa For Second Gridiron Junctioners Boast Strong Team, But Wildcats Pledge Hard Fight Weber's Wildcats, sustaining injuries in their victory over the Bengals of Idaho State college last Friday, are raring to tackle the Mavericks of Mesa college. They will meet the Grand Junction, Colorado, team under the lights at the Ogden stadium today at 8 p. m. Historian X Ila Jean Stuart (above) who is acting as sophomore historian for the coming year. Miss Stuart is president of Chanodo and a member of Whip club. Other sophomore officers are Wilbur Braith-waite, president; Diane Hunsak-er, vice president; and Dean Hurst. any in To promote interest in the game with Idaho State, Weber held its first pep rally Friday, September 26, in the auditorium. The speakers on the assembly were the members of the Ogden Chamber of Commerce. Laurence Burton acted as master of ceremonies for the rally and Mayor David S. Romney was chairman and introductory speaker. The members of the Chamber of Commerce were organized into a mythical football team with Mayor Romney as coach. To liven up the school and promote more school spirit the cheerleaders led the school in some yells and the members of Whip Club led the school song. The band, led by Mr. Dickson, played several marches and accompanied the singing of the school song. Immediately following the Pep rally the student body formed a snake line led by the temporary AMS officers. They wove in and around the campus and then down 24th street and ended the dance on the City Hall steps. To arouse spirit as they went, the Victory bell proceeded along the snake line, ringing as a symbol of victory. To stimulate further interest in the game, a narade was started at the college at 5:30, where students were to decorate their cars with the school colors. The parade went through Ogden, and proceeded to the stadium. At the half way mark in the game all decorated cars were driven around the stadium to determine the most unique decorated car. Three prizes in monev were eiven to the best decorated cars. First prize was given to Phoenix, second place went to Skull Club and the Otyokwa girls won third nlaoe. Mr. Carl Green, Mr. John Kelly, Dr. William Stratford and Mayor David Romney were the judges. At the conclusion of the game a student body dance was held in the College Ballroom. The student body officers were in charge of the parade and the dance. Tonight Victory Schedule uoacn jymion mecnam, vvhuixil mentor, commented, "Jay Tolman and Lloyd Jones, coaches of Mesa, may expect to upset us but the boys have it in for Mesa, especially after losing such a hard-fought game last season. I expect a rough battle from beginning to end. Mesa will know they've had a footbal game after Friday night." Mesa scored a 7-6 win over Weber last year in a game played at Grand Junction. A muddy field prevented the Wildcats from scoring several times. Mesa Considered Strong This year's Mesa team is generally considered one of the strongest and best-coached in theUtah-Colorado junior college league. The 35 gridders of Coach Jay Tolman arrived in Ogden yesterday. Dick Williams and Merrill Cros-bie of the Weber line-up, both injured an the Idaho State contest last week, will be back on the field tonight. Captains Comment Weber co-captains Lloyd Thompson and Merrill Crosbie, both veterans of last year's defeat at the hands of Mesa, commented, "Mesa might have to map out a different strategy this year. They caused us a lot of grief last year. Our student body never reached the game. A snowplow hit the bus they were riding. Also, Coaches Mecham and Wellman were shaken up a bit in an automobile accident before game time. That made a difference, you know!" W. C. Night School Largest in Area, Comments Benson John Benson, director of the college night school, said recently, in commenting on the fall quarter night school, that "Weber has the largest evening school in the inter-mountain area. We have 60 instructors teaching 100 classes in academic, pre-professional, business and scientific fields." Six women's classes in upholstery and clothing were closed in the first hour after registration had began. When registration is completed, Weber is expected to maintain the largest night school in her history. Ends This Week Registration will end this week for some courses. Others will remain open the entire quarter because of civil service examination These are business courses which serve as refreshers to prospective government employees. New professors are DeLange, Mc-Connell, Mumford, Wellman, Ivcr-son, Maycock, Smith, England, Hal-ford, and Fuller. New courses offered are Psych. 9, Speech I, Bus. 77 (Personnel Management), Bus. 51, Music 20-21, Rec. 5, Horology (theory of time keeping mechanism), and Barber-ing and Cosmetology. Contributions rv,n,f rihntionp. for the weeklv edi tion of the Signpost must be handed to the editor or placed m the bign-post box in the Moench lobby by 10 a. m. Tuesday preceding publication. Contributors desiring pictures should contact editor or division editors before Friday noon preceding publication. Mailing List College patrons, alumni or others interested in having the Signpost mailed to them should contact Nancy Chadwlck, circulation manager, or drop addresses in the Signpost box in the Moench lobby. It is imperative that this be done as soon as possible so that an accurate mailing list can be compiled.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1947-10-03, Vol. 11, No. 2|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|Description||Weber's current student newspaper, the Signpost, first appeared on September 29, 1937. For two years prior to that time, campus news was disseminated via announcements posted on a bulletin board known as the "Signpost". As a result, the masthead of the first issue of the paper itself featured a rudimentary wooden sign with the title spelled out in rustic-looking letters. Over the years the paper has been published continuously, though the look, size and style has changed several times.|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals; Weber College|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Source||University Archives LD5893.W55 S5, Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Rights Management||Public Domain. Courtesy of University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University.|