Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1949-01-141
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Section 562, P. L. & R. Tuesday Sett For Radio Auditions Persons interested in joining the Radio Workship should meet in the auditorium next Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 11 a. m. for an audition. Plans for getting a radio station on the campus of Weber college will begin as soon as word is received from the communications bureau and if it is in favor of doing so. E. Smith Murphy, advisor of the department of Radio Technology, is handling the research and John G. Kelly, instructor of the Radio Workshop, will be in charge of productions. The Radio Workshop presented programs last quarter over local stations and this will be carried on during winter quarter. Members of the class were accepted last fall after being in an audition. At the present time shows are being prepared to be presented for the Weber county polio drive. The class is composed of the following students: Warren .Allred, Marion Budge, La Rue Daniel, Thayne Harris, Neil Hess, Dean Marshall, Donal McBride, Dale Mc Lane, Ray Montgomery, Joanne Nelson, Lanett Oleson, Lorraine Price, Betty Sandstrom, and Clarence Socwell. Night Must Fail Heads W. C. Dramatic Roster "Night Must Fall," a mystery drama is the next play on the Weber college dramatic schedule to be presented by the Theatre workshop Feb. 21-26 The presentation will be acted by members of the workshop who were selected by tryouts at the closing of the fall quarter. This is another of a series of cellar theatre plays that are taking place in the Bertha Eccles Hall "Georgie Margaret," a comedy has been selected as the spring quarter production for March 23-29.During the fall quarter, John Kelly, advisor for the workshop, directed "Box and Cox" and "Nothing But the Truth." Class members include Joan Brophy, Bruce Bushell, La Rue Daniel, Carol Folkman, Thayne Harris, Annie Hipworth, Jay Jensen, Pat Jensen, Don McBride, Dale McLane, Joanne Nelson, Donna Olley, Phyllis Parker, Wilford Schmidt, Don Soelberg, and Shir-lene Zimmerman. fc - - - ' - - -' In- ' - H Nj - I ! ' 5' ' ' V v I: . Yl- ' Assuming the role of a modern Diogenes, our contemporary counterpart, Margie Mills, is seeking Freshman pledges during "Hell Week". She is pictured here on her way to Siberia, where she hopes to find a group of Alpha Kho and Shiirmea pledges who are rumored lo have left for that distant land last week. Margie is a sophomore at Weber college, and is majoring in Education. fin ?& H!n3D r Vol. 12, No. 10 Weber's 'Up to Bat' Again For New Campus As Legislature Opens A second try at making Weber college a four-year degree granting school and at obtaining funds for a long-range campus expansion program will be made during the next few months before the 28th session of the Utah legislature. SDearheaded by Pres. H. A. Dixon, Weber's indefatigable gen- eralissimo, the new bill to be offered the lawmakers reads: New Bill ."There shall be at Ogden City, a state school to be known as Weber State College. The course of study therein shall be the first two years of college work and in addition thereto said college is hereby empowered to grant four year college degrees in the fields of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education, and to offer all necessary courses of study upon which such degrees are based. Said school shall be maintained by the State." If this bill passes, Weber will have passed another historic milestone since its inception as Weber Stake Academy in 1890, nearly 60 years ago. Another drive is aimed at securing legislative permission for sufficient funds to operate the new program and also to provide the initial impetus for the new campus expansion plan. Program Costs Pres. Dixon said that to install and operate the program would cost the state approximately $25,-000 per year in addition to the allotment of $225 to $260 per student, adding that the total will not exceed $65,000 a year for the first two years. This $65,000 per year is not additional cost to the state, he said, because it appropriates $225 to Coed of the Week Friday, January 14, 1949 $260 per student regardless of the institution attended. It is likely, however, that by making upper division work available in Ogden, many students will attend who are now barred from attending other schools. These are the only students who will increase the cost to the state, he said. New Curriculum The new curriculum would not duplicate such expensive professional curricula as medicine, law, dentistry, pharmacy, forestry, agriculture, engineering or social work, he explained. The president pointed out that the .proposed four-year Weber college would be larger in enrollment than 65 per cent of the four-year colleges in surrounding states. Between May 1 and Sept. 25, 1948, Weber transferred to institutions of higher learning 773 stduents. Their transcripts were sent to Brigham Young university, 50; Utah State Agricultural college, 145; University of Utah, 246; out of state, 142; not designated, 190. It was noted that since most of the transfers to the USAC and the U. of U., are students who desire to go out in the professions, the establishment of the four-year unit at Ogden would not seriously affect enrollment at either institution.The anticipated enrollment would far exceed the minimum specified by the Idaho and California surveys for an economical four-year unit. Ill Kafiain 54 Students Get Straight A's, 181 Average 2.5 Information regarding the honor roll was realeased today from the registrar's office. Of the 1340 students attending Weber college fall quarter 54 qualified for a three-point average and 181 received a 2.5 average. Students receiving a 3.0 average are: Donald C. Braegger, Shirley Elaine Bridges, Don L. Campbell, Keith Chadwick, Lew Roy Cook, Roma Joan Crawford, Von R. Curtis, Marion Davis, Dale Owen Earl, John Findlay, Sherman Frandsen, Earl P. Geilmann, Helen Hansen, Anita Harvey, George Hill, Keith Hutchins, Carol Jensen, Gerald Keogh, Kaye Kilburn, Kenneth Boyd Knowles. Richard Charles Layton, Theo Eugene Lundstrom, Mildred Mc-Arthur, Wiliam Leroy McDonald, Edwin Maki, Ross Eugene Mar-queson, Gloria Mae Murphy, Betty Lorraine Price, Dilworth Prisbey, Charles D. Pruitt, Byrne Wallace Rampton, Donald Holt Reid, Newell C. Remington, Calvin Barney Page, Larry J. Parsons, Moylen Dean Peterson, Gay Pettingill, Robert L. Rowland, Louis A. Russell, Marilyn Russell, Lawrence Siler, Don Simmons, Carol Spencer, Sam Stephens, Clarence Sum mers, Virgil 'Toller, Edwin Vest, Keith Warner, David Wilson, Stanley Wilson, Walter Ziemer, Tommy Zito, Forrest Waters, and Keith Wiggins. Students receiving 2.5 and above are as follows: Spencer Ahlmer, Kenneth Alford, Warren Allred, Michael J. Alsup, Donna Anderson, Levi Don Anderson, ' Horace Argyle, Val Asay, Brent Baddley, Ramon C. Baird, Shirley Barber, Betty Jean Blakeley, Harold Dee Blanch, Donald Spencer Braden, Maralyn Brewer, Donald W. Bridges, Annette Brown, Margaret Brown, Roland Brown, Jack H. Buckley, Arthur Budge, Leon Kent Burnett, VeLoy Burton, Calvin Reid Bybee, Delores Caldwell, Bev erly Carlsen, Henry Chai, Jack Christensen. John Christiansen, Wallace Clay, Veteran Students Show Increase In Enrollment Veteran enrollments in colleges and universities in Veterans Administration Branch 13 area (Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico) showed a slight increase in November, 1948, as compared with November, 1947, VA said today. Gains were noted in Colorado and New Mexico, while Utah and Wyoming showed a decrease. The . increase in the four-state-f- area was in contrast to the national trend, which showed a drop of 15 per cent in the number of veterans in institutions of higher learning under the G-I Bill and Public Law 16. The number of veterans attending colleges and nuiversities in the four-state area under both laws on November 30, 1948, totaled 33,543, as compared with 33,211 on the same date in 1947. Colorado reported 18,473; Utah, 8,583 New Mexico, 4,499 and Wyoming, 1,898. Number of Veterans The number of veterans in colleges and universities throughout the country on November 30, 1948, under both 1 aws was 1,050,668, compared with 1,235,761 on November 30, 1947 This drop in enrollment marked the reversal of a general upward trend that had continued since both laws went into effect. Despite the decrease in college enrollments nationally, the number of veterans in schools below the college level showed a slight increase. On November 30, 1948, there were 701,121 veterans in such schools under the two laws a two per cent increase over the 686, C64 of the previous year. Subsistence Allowances Subsistence allowances paid by Veterans Administration to veterans in educational or on-the-job training are not considered as income for income tax purposes, Arden Coombs, Shirley Corkey, Verl Cox, Edwin Cranor, Theron Ben Creager, William Critchlow, Gordon Dalton, Delsa Davis, Louis Deis, Elwin Carter Dickson, Joan Donaldson, Ronald East, Robert R. Ellison, Dale H. Ellis, John P. Ellis, Allen. Devore England, Marie Farber, Ronald D. Fernelius, George Fetscher, George Flygare, Paul Foster, Beverly Foulger, Walter Foulger, Ruth Fowers, Lynette Fronk, Max Fryer, Ronald Fryer, Ramen Fuller, Curtis Gardiner, Keith N. Godfrey, Charles Gordon. Darlene Gustaveson, Lou Dean Hains, Kathleen Hall, Norman Hansen, Ellis Fulmer, ' Margaret Harbertson, Robert Wayne Hart, Richard Heiser, E. Van Hillstrom, Doris Hess, Blaine Heywood, Thomas Higgs, Marlin Hill, Lynn Holmes, Dee Jacobs, Floyd James, Carl Jensen, James Ray Jensen, Marilyn Jensen, Derald Johnson, O. Douglas Johnson, Simon R. Johnson, Yousko Kato, Mary Louise Kinsey, Verno Ferris Larson, Marianna Lee, Christine Lechtenberg, Norma Lemon, Joyce Lillywhite, Robert S. Little, Robert McGhie, Ruth Elaine MacArthur, Jack Madsen, Glen Marston, Nile Meservy, Herbert Michelson, Mar-jorie Mills, Joanne Milnar, Joyce Mitchell. Anna Mogensen, Rodger Meek Moore, Dwight Morrell, Mary Mor-elli, Robert Moss, Maureen Nelson, Richard Nilsson, LaNett Oleson, Donna Olley, Julian Pace, Boyd C. Parke, Arva Jean Peterson, Rosemary Peterson, Roger Pett, Melvin Pile, Glcnda Pilkington, Patsy Pollard, Marjori Power, Grant M. Prisbey, Kenneth Guillen, Eva Jean Randolph, Geraldine Reese, (Continued on Page 3) VA said. Any income that the veterans may earn on part-time jobs while attending educational institutions full-time, or earn while on-the-job training, is subject to taxation under existing tax laws. Any veteran whose eligibility for G-I Bill education runs out after he completes a major portion of a school semester which is not excess in cost may complete the remainder of the semester at gov-ment expense, VA said. The vet-teran also will receive subsistence allowances for the remainder of the semester. Veteran-students who acquire dependents or additional dependents while in training under the G-l Bill should notify Veterans Administration as soon as possible so that VA can determine whether they are eligible for increased subsistence payments. Changes M:ide Notice of change in dependency status should be sent to the VA regional office in which the veteran's records are kept. The notice should be accompanied by evidence of dependency, teieh as a certified copy of public records of birth, baptism or mairinge. Subsistence payments will be Increased as of the date evidence is received by VA, and will not be made retroactive to the date the veteran actually acquired thedependent.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1949-01-14, Vol. 12, No. 10|
|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.|