Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1957-01-091
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HUNGARY "Is life so dear, or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price uf chains and slavery?" Fatrick Henrv. JAZZ What It Is and Who. Page 3 WEBER SIGN POST COLLEGE VOL. XX, NO. 6 OGDEN, UTAH JANUARY 9, 1957 n q M M 11 1 M M h m U lr 11 till 31 111 Hb MMM 1 4 I S Five Qualify . For Honor P : ;M ' .-aw' - , - S - . J , A . f Karen Poulter Donette Ralph Kay Stanfield 1 1' ' . r V Excelsior Plans V:-j Oniqise Staging . - - ' Patsy Seegmiller ISopheniGre's One of the five girls pictured at the right will be chosen 'Outstanding Sophomore Girl' at Weber College for 1956-'57. To answer the question, "Why were these five chosen?," here is a list of their individual accomplishments:Karen Poulter: President of La Dianaeda; Assembly Committee member; Whip Club Member; In-tramurals participant; Member of the "Musettes"; Participant in last year's "A Child Is Born," the Christmas Oratio. Donnette Ralph: President of Otyokwa, member of Whip Club, An outstanding freshman girl by A. W. S., Excelsior's Sweetheart. Kay Stanfield: Vice-Pres. of the Soph. Class, Whip Club Treas., Sec. of Awards Com., Adv. Chair, of the Compton College activities, Party Chair, for La Dianaeda, Opera lead last year cash, Lambda Delta Sigma, A. W. S. recognition of leadership, music, scholarship, Intramurals and outstanding freshman girl. Joen England: Vice-Pres. Student Body, Whip Club, Awards Com., Home Econ. club, La Dianaeda. Patsy Seegmiller: Student Body Sec, Assembly Com., Lambda Delta Sigma, Phi Rho Pi, Whip Club, Freshan class Sec, Otyokwa, A. W. S. recognition for leadership, speech, scholarship and outstanding freshman girl. Flan Session The Orchid Ball, an outstanding social event at Weber College sponsored by the Sophomore Class, will be held January 11 in the Weber College Ballroom. Music will be furnished by Stewart Grow's orchestra. Dress will be semi-formal. Orchid corsages will be presented to the ladies present. The highlights of the evening will be the announcement of the outstanding Sophomore girl at Weber College. Candidates are: Joen England, Karen Poulter, Donnette Ralph, Patsy Seegmiller and Kay Stanfield. The winner will be presented with a white orchid by Ann Ilolmstrom, outstanding Sophomore girl for the year litriri-llTiG. The title is mostly honorary as there is no material reward. The dance is sponsored hy the Sophomore Class officers and representatives; president, Kent Ellis; vice president, Kay Stanfield; secretary, Annetta Hains; historian, Joyce Underwood and representative Donna Miller. Tickets are .f 1.50 per couple and may be purchased from the sophomore class officers. Space Travel will be the theme Excelsior will work around when they present their annual assembly tomorrow. Heads of the club said much prepara tion has gone into the production and it promises to be a highly entertaining show. Garr Smith, president of the club said much thought had gone toward the lighting, scenery and sound effects of the program and that these features would be uniquely different from anything over tried at Weber College in the past. The assembly will be composed of talent from the club which will be tied in with the script prepared for the show. Smith mentioned there would be no Emcee for the show and that no "mud slinging" would be incorporated, as has been done in the past club assemblies at W. C. At press time, Smith expressed some dissatisfaction with the script and said that it could be bettered in some respects, but that it was shaping up nicely. Excels is the first club to present their assembly this year. They have conformed with the new ruling pertaining to scripts, which compels those sponsoring an assembly to turn in their script to the assembly committee at least six weeks before the production time. - Joen England American Tragedy (ACP) He read the textbook, He studied the notes, He outlined both. Then he summarized his outline. Then outlined his summary on 3x5 cards. Then reduced the card outline to one single card. Boiled the card down to one sentence.Boiled the sentence down to a phrase. Boiled the phrase down to a word. Entered the exam. Analyzed the question. And then, Forgot The Word. Soloist To Ippear With Weber Band Alfred Gallodoro, famous woodwind instrumentalist, is scheduled to appear as the featured soloist in the forthcoming instrumental music department concert with the Weber College Band. During his performance, Mr. Gallodoro will be featured on three instruments. He is unique in that he is equally talented on each. Such names as Toscanini, Wallen-stein, Stokowski and Antonini have featured him as soloist. Besides joining forces with Mr. Gallodoro, the band will present selections from its own repertoire. The program, scheduled on January 301n at the Ogden High School auditorium, promises to be worthwhile. Tickets may. be purchased from anyone connected with the instrumental department. Election To Fill Gap In Control A candidating period will follow Excelsior's assembly tomorrow to fill the gap left by Sophomore Representative Paul Jensen who is now attending the Utah State Agricultural College. Sophomores are urged to qonsider eligible persons to assume the Representative position for the remaining two quarters. y .ii. Hew S Slates peaker Color Of London On Tonite William Morre will narrate "Portrait of London" tonight at 8:15 in the Ogden High School Auditorium. Speech Contest Ends In Tie Ronald Stephens and William Murdock tied for first-place honors in the oratorical contest sponsored for the college by the Ogden Rotarians. John Lange failed by only one point from making the decision a three-way tie for first place. Dr. Rustico Camangain, resident physican at Dee Hospital, will talk to members of the "Youth for U. N." Wednesday, January 16 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Camangain will answer questions concerning his native country, the Philippines. The Philippines resent, independence from XL S. Territorial rule and their key position in the eastern bloc will provide interesting comments. An insight into the Philippine mind and motivation in internal and international affairs will be gained Judges for the event were: Don by all attending. Barnev Lynn Hodges, and Joe The public is invited to attend C1 oy " 1 the meeting at .',."".:;.") Tyler. Mr. Moore and Curtis Nagel co-produced the film in color, giving an intimate story of Britian's largest city. The film will give glimpses into the daily life of Londoners, views of traditionally historic sites and contrasts between the London of today and the great English capital of history.Moore and Nagel together have produced a celebrated series of colorlogues during the last ten years that includes, from last season, the celebrated "Portrait of Paris" that won the combined travel clubs audiences' award as the most successful film of the year. Both men have been active in film production, theatre, and journalistic work besides extensive training in color motion picture techniques. a i 9 anoma unosen For Winter Show Glen L. Hansen, Weber College Music Department, announced recently that the college musical this year would be"Oklahoma." Mr. Hansen will be handling the F. musical end ot the production with I I Ft! IL E- D- Redford directing the dra-E 1 111 matic sections. Max F. Dalby will conduct the orchestra. Tryouts for "Oklahoma" are being held this week to enable an early beginning on the delicacies of productions. Everyone interested in taking part in the musical should contact either Mr. Hansen or Mr. Redford. Last year's show "Blossom Time" by Sigmund Romberg was handled by the triumvirate of Hansen, Redford and Dalby with success. Leading roles for this year are anticipated to go to some of last year's outstanding performers.Performance dates are: February 2(ith and 28th, and March 2nd. IN JANUARY Elev "Doctrine" Creates Debate Interest Anew With President Eisenhower's new European Recovery Plan or, as it is referred to, "The Eisenhower Doctrine," in the foreground, the college debate topic for !5l-57 becomes more interesting. The debate class, under the direction of Dr. Monson and Mr. Green, is looking forward to another excellent quarter of debate. According to Dr. Monson, during the quarter, the debate and speech teams will enter tournaments at the University of Utah, Caibon College in Price, and the Pacific Northwest. Anyone having a free hour on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday at !:)() is invited to attend the debate class, held in room 520.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1957-01-09, Vol. 20, No. 6|
|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.|