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VOLUME 53, ISSUE 18 Monday, Oct. 19, 1992 uiwiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiutJuuuLKJUuwiiiiiiuuuiijijijmiiinncninnD wthw j jui l in n iiriiiniTT'"y""TappBnpMaangMnMnMonOMM"uuu""M" inwwwwBW'Ba' Signpost WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY OGDEN, UTAH "7"" ' i- ; : , ! . :: .' !.H,. in Political race i 1 ; t j . , V Mi 1 I f I ii J i 1 1 1 A. t CHUCK BOWHAY7HE SIGNPOST ONE OF THE final runner enters the finish area of the 5K "Run for Change' sponsored by the Ron Holt for Congress committee. Weber State University's men's soccer club beats SUU 8-0. Page 12 J) Candidates agree race isn't over yet Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Bill Clinton and Al Gore are warning supporters against overconfidence even as the Democrats take advantage of their big leads in industrial states to make a late-campaign foray into several smaller, Republican-leaning states. "The fat lady hasn't sung yet," vice presidential nominee Gore told a Friday evening rally at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La. "I believe I hear her warming up, though." Clinton and Gore linked up for a bus caravan from Baton Rouge to New Orleans, joining a Congressional Black Caucus tour designed to encourage black voters to turn out in November, particularly in competitive Southern states such as Louisiana where they could decide the outcome. "I got into this race because I did n't want 30 years of civil rights strides to come apart at the seams because of economic or social struggles," Clinton told the university rally, keeping his remarks short because of a raspy voice. The Arkansas governor returned to Little Rock late Friday for a short night at home and was heading today to Ypsilanti, Mich., where he will prepare for Monday night's debate finale with President Bush and independent candidate Ross Perot. Bush was taking today off at Camp David,Md.,butplanned some debate practice as well. Perot paid $150,000 for a new, 30-minute commercial detailing his economic plan, which includes an array of new taxes. "We have got to collect more taxes in this country," Perot said, promising to eliminate the deficit in five years. The Clinton camp was brimming with confidence after Thursday night's second presidential debate, declaring its candidate the winner and arguing that audience complaints about the campaign's focus on character attacks should be a lesson to INSIDE News: Radio controlled aircraft: the new buzz. Page 3 Editorial:''. Who do you feel won the presidential debates? Pros and Consensus Page 4 Arts: Sofia Philharmonic to perforin Wednesday at 8p.m. Page 6 Sports: WSU Wildcats take on Boise State at Boise State. Page 10 11 '" " . -""V-"1-'.!... -L"" """'""v. (See CANDIDATES page 2) WSU students petition for W on the mountain By SCOTT SHINER Gov. affairs editor of The Signpost When you look up at the hillside above the WeberState University campus, what don't you see? "High schools and other universities show school pride by having their school letters on the hillside above their schools. Why should we be any different?" said Guy Perry, president of the Greek Council. Some students at WSU are also in favor of having the "W" placed on the hill. "People make fun of us as being 'Weber High,' and having a "W" on the hillside will make us stand out more and might earn us more respect," said Traci Valdez, a junior at WSU. (See "W page 5) . - - '' -s - ' - - " -- y . ." i . ... . - i-ii- IglH I illllllUnd -i.i l 1 'CM CHUCK BOWHAYrnf SIGNPOST ENVIRONMENTALISTS ARE AGAINST placing a "W on the hill above Weber State University.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1992-10-19, Vol. 53, No. 18|
|Creator||Weber State University|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber State University|
|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 State University|
|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.|