Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1955-04-011
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Aipiia Sharinniea VOLUME XVffl Fifty-six Make 3.0 Yinter Quarter Topping the winter quarter honor roll were 56 students with 3.0 averages, Mrs. Clarisse Hall, registrar, announced today. Besides these, 27 made averages of 2.5 or above. 3.0 Point Oliver Keith Adams, Ened Lou-.ise Allen, Hans B. Arendtsen, Darwin P. Arnell, Marilyn ' Arnold, Audrey N. Andelin, Tom Bekker, Clarence A. Bergesen, Claire Billings, John Norman Burden, Allen A. Campbell, Connie R. Cannon, David John Carruth, Glen K. Close, William D. Cook, Patricia Cragun, Dohn R. Davies, Gay Had-field, Paul D. Harding. Leland H. Howell. Ruth W. Jensen, Thomas F. Johnson, Yonda Lea Johnson, George Kojima, Gwen Larsen, Kathryn Marchant, Grant J. Mc-. Gill. Pat E. McGill, Dennis R. Mc-Murdie, Richard T. Moore, LeRoy Morgan, Keith N. Oram, William Richard Paxton, Alice Penman, Ruth Penman, Stanley W. Peterson. Ida L. Plumb, John C. Porter, De Ann Rasmussen, Leo Blaine Rice. Lerene Richards. Nancy Rae Sanders. Clair J. Shaw, Don R. Shupe, L. C. Simmons, Helen L. Starley, Larry A. Steppe, D. Frank Tolman, Dean R. Tracy, Grant Wm. Turnblom, Patricia Wade, Max G. Waite, Joyce Wanlass, Carol J. Wheeler, Larry R. Wilcock, Carolyn V. Zinn. 2.5 and Above Lila Allen, Jimmie D. Anderson, Raymond M. Anderson, Margie Andrist, Vern Leland Arnold, Kay Bingham, Carl E. Boatwright, Marilyn Botts, Gerwynn M. Bradford, Douglas G. Brian, Robert H. Burrows, John T. Bushman, Carolyn Jay Clark, Sherman H. Cloward, Paul Coletti, Ann 'Coonrod, M. John Coutney, James L. Craner, George R. Cravens, Rex Shand Cunningham. Anna Cutts, Sheldon Dahl, Jerry Arnold Davis, James J. Dawson, Samuel L. Deyoung, Darrell Di-Grazia, Barbara Donaldson, Wayne H. Dykstra, Nelda East, Nola Kay Edson, Wilson Ellis, Leonard A. Evans. Walter Dale Felix, Harold Finch, Curtis B. Forsgren, Glen A. Foutz-, James Wm. Freston, Gayla Froerer, Marvetta Gailey, Burt Gall. Montague L. Garrett. Jay R. Glad, Lavern W. Gould, Marion N. Halliday, Gerald Hansen, Orin W. Hatch, Nobuyuki Hattori, Lawrence Thad Home, Divie Jabbs, Grant Jensen, Kathryn Jensen. Sally L. Jeppsen, Alan P. Johnson, Byron S. Jones, C. Lucille Julander, Gene Charles Keller, Colleen King, Herman Klomp, Kay Knight, Richard W. Knowlton, Marilyn Kunz, Charlene M. Letts, A. E. Longstroth, Olive C. Maccar-thy. Yukari V. Marumoto, Lois McDonough. Arthur J. McFerson. George Mead, Dan W. Mecham, H. Gene Meibos, Terry Mildon, Claude L. Mills, Yukio Miya, Ella O. Morse. Steven Moss, Sotero Muni, James A. Munson, Gale J Ogden Bus Line Changes Schedule Effective March 21. the Ogdcn Bus Lines discontinued the "Weber College Special Bus", due to insufficient patronage. The 29th Street bus will eon linue to serve the Weber College Upper Campus, leaving 25th Street and Washington Boulevard at 10 minutes after the hour and 20 min utes to each hour. This bus will arrive and leave the Upper Campus at 20 minutes after each hour and lo minutes to each hour. OGDEN, UTAH, APRIL 1, 1955 Dance A" Club Presidents Carina Stanger and Gary Peterson admire watches to be given winners tonijrht. O'Driscoll, Kaname Okawa, Vance Pace, Darrell D. Palmer, Wendell J. Parkinson, John K. Paskett, Gary L. Peterson, Gary M. Peter son, Robert V. Phillips, Sherrill Pierson, David A. Pledger, Robert Conlin Power, Waldo Errol Price, Margene Pulsipher, Rolfe Thomas Quinn, Kenneth Ralph Raat. Barbara Rasmussen, Duane Rasmussen, Patricia Ann Rawson, Paul H. Reid, James Warren Rutherford, Sandra N. Seamons, James Albert Sanders, Wilma Schoon-maker, Duane Rivers Schow, Ka-zuo Shio, Sharon Slater, Thayne Clair Smedley, Dickson K. Smith, William L. Smith, Dick Sommers, Janet Stallings, Audrey Stevens, Fred Ralph Stoker, Robert Clarence Stromberg, Ronald E. Stuart, Therald F. Todd. Joan Dale Van Wagoner, Noel Dean Vanden Bosch, Roger Wade, LaNae E. Weir, Gene A. Went-land, Una Jean West, R. Kent Wheeler, Sonya Wilcox, Mark Wood, Nelson Wright, Koichi M. Yabutani. Kay Yamachita, J. La-Ron Zundel. Veber Debaters in By Virtue of Fund Weber debators are in California today for the first annual Tyro-Tournament sponsored by Stockton College. Teams composed of Kent Berg, Boyd Anderson, Marilyn Arnold, Therold Todd. Marianne Johns and Ethel Zaugg are entered in the tournament. E. Carl Green is accompanying the group, which left Wednesday by private car. This trip was made possible by local merchants who donated funds for transportation and fees. Previous Winners At the recent Rocky Mountain Speech meet, Marilyn and Theold took third place and Kent and Boyd won superior ratings. Boyd also won superior plaque in discussion.The purpose of the trip to Stockton is to prepare the debators for NUMBER 11 Tonight Final Cellar Play Features Theme, Burial of the Dead Burial of the dead will be the theme for Cellar Theater's next production. The play is a translation of Sophocles' greek tragedy, Antigone, and was written by Jean Anouilh in 1943. Mr. H. E. D. Redford, director and instructor of Theater Workshop, announced that the production staff will include Ann Knight, student director; Darwin Van De Graaff, stage manager; Therald Todd, lighting; Ronald Ingles, makeup; Colleen Miller and Kent Berg, advertising and publicity; Sally Jeppsen and Nolan Jones, program and tickets, and Sharon Wallace and Boyd (Animal) Anderson, properties. California Campaign the national Phi Rho Pi tournament on April 14, 15 and 16, in Denver. It will be sponsored by Denver University. Four teams and several speech students will enter the competition. Many Fields Phi Rho Pi is the national junior college forensic fraternity. Competition is scheduled in debate, ex-temp, oratory, impromptu, interpretation and radio speaking. A Weber College team, Loralee Green and Mary Moore, won second place in the national last year. Grant Buetler and Layne -Forbes placed second and third in oratory. Sandra Islaub ranked third in impromptu. Mr. Green, Weber debate coach, is the national Phi Rho Pi vice president. prom Tonight Mr. and Miss Collegiate To Be Given Watches By Audri Montgomery Students will dance in "Harlequin's Court" tonight at 9 p.m to the musical antics of Dick Watkin's Continentals at Sharmea and Alpha Rho Omega's annual Collegiarte Promenade.Miss and Mr. Collegiate will be chosen by popular vote, with ballots being cast as you enter the door tonight. Miss Collegiate candidates are Beverly Coleman, Arlene Baron Sandy Lower, Marilyn Bott, and Joan Van Wagoner. Mr. Collegiate candidates are Ron Greenwell, Delbert Kaye, Ray Cummings, Paul Slater, and Dale Custaveson. Winners of the contest will be presented with Bulova watches purchased from Nate Morgan's jewelers. The presentation of these watches has become a tradition with the two clubs. The dance will be held in the college ballroom and will be heels and hose. Tickets are $1.50 per couple and may be bought from any member of the two clubs. Alpha Rho is in charge of programs, advertising, and tickets. Sharmea is decorating the hall. Committee members are: orchestra, Roger Clark; posters, Paul Farber and Bob Webber; decorations,.... Carol Hains, Audri Montgomery, Carol Wheeler, and Carolyn Clark; banquet, Wilma Schoon-maker and Arnell Swenson. Carma Stanger and Gary M. Peterson are club presidents. The advisors are Marion Brown and Fred Rabe. Student Elections Held Today For 1955-56 The time has again come upon us when it is deemed necessary to delve into the processes, complicated as they are, of nominating, campaigning for, and electing leaders of the student body. Those students nominated this morning will campaign until next week when the preliminary elections will be held. After that the finalists will be the only ones out to "scour the campus for votes." Two weeks from today the finals are scheduled to be held. That's two weeks to see that YOUR special nominee gets an office. Qualification Tests Given to Determine Military Status Selective Service College Qualification tests will be given April 21 to college students who are sub ject to the draft and wish to be deferred from military service. The purpose of this test is to provide evidence for the use of lo cal boards in considering defer ment of a registrant from military service as a student. At the pres ent time there are approximately 162,000 students in the U. S. de ferred on the basis of these test scores or on prescribed class stand ing. If you wish to take this test you should go to any local board and get an application. The results will be sent to your local board. I nese examinations measure scholastic aptitude and ability to learn. Applications should be submitted to the local board well ahead of the April 21 testing date. Hew Campus Sold In Surprise Move By Tom Quinn In a surprise move by officials of Weber College, it was an nounced today the upper campui buildings are to be sold to a syndi cate of Arabian tent makers and camel raisers. L. Crudly Schmidt, college ad ministrator, said of the decision. "We felt that we couldn't turn down the fabulous offer for the buildings. Besides, the buyers are going to give each member of the administration a free tent and a load of sand." Mr. Schmidt then terminated the interview as he had to rush downtown to buy a tin pail and a shovel. In return for the campus, Weber will receive a deed to fourteen square miles of the Sahara Desert, four tons of brandied dates, and ex-King Farouk. President Miller is leaving immediately with the next favorable wind by sailboat for Africa to survey the site of the new campus. In the meantime classes will be taught, in the shack located just south of the present campus. The overflow students will be enrolled in driver's training and will spend the day touring the city. Grades will be awarded by the amount of gas used. v Peterson, Standing, Vright Outstanding Gary Peterson, Bob Standing and Nelson Wright were named "Outstanding Boys" at the annual A. M.S. Recognition Banquet Wednesday night at the Fish House. Each of the men's clubs at the college submitted names Yf two outstanding men. The records of these candidates were examined and the winners were so close that a tie was deemed necessary. For the records of these men. look at this! Gary Peterson: President, Associated Men Students; President, Phi Rho Pi; Member Phoenix; Debate, 1954-55 3rd place Occidental Tournament. 1955; Barker Extempore Winner, 1955; Chairman, "Fall Frolic". 1955. Grade average, 2.58. Bob Standing: Sophomore Class President; Member Phoenix; Engineer Club President; Chairman. Orchid Ball 1955; Board of Control. Grade average. 2.72. Nelson Wright: President, Student Body; Member Alpha Rho. Referendum Drive, Chairman; Board of Control. Grade average. 2.60. Chanodo's Dance Set April 22 Chanodo's dance, scheduled for last Friday, has been postponed until April 22 because the National Guard Military Ball was set for the same night. The girls' finances should have improved somewhat from registration by then, so they will be able to ask their favorite guy to the dance and show him a wonderful time.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1955-04-01, Vol. 18, No. 11|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College; A generous grant from the Utah State Library and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.|
|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.|