Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-05-181
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I J. P I1 t ' if s P. Huish M. Stevenson M. Mecham C. Hall r Dean Of ftlen' Replaces Eletiring Registrar The appointment of Milton C. Mecham as registrar and of H. Paul Huish as acting chairman of the division of umauu, a,ilu pnyaicai science 'at weoer (Jonese was auuuuiiwu uy tne isoara or trustees Mr. Mecham joined the Weber College facultv in 1933 ass a. ber of the coaching staff. He has held his present position as Dean of Men since his appointment last year. Mr. Huish has 'taught physics and math since joining the faculty in 1945 and is president of the Weber College Association, which is composed of all college emplo-. yees. Mr. Stevenson has been on the faculty since 1921. Besides being head of the math department in his early years, he coached the football teams. During his coaching day, Weber won eight straight football championships. Mr. Stevenson will remain as an instructor in the Division of Mathematics and Physical Science. Mrs. Hall's services as registrar began in 1926 while Weber was a junior college of the LDS Church system. She has also been uean or women. Mrs. Hall will remain on the staff part-time bo write a history cf the college. Two W.C. Coeds Win Scholarships By Sharon Groothuis Signpost Staff Reporter The winner of the Eagle Auxiliary Scholarship are Sandra Wheeler, Elementary Education and Joan McEntire, Nursing. Each year the Eagle Auxiliary makes available X40D firw ships to girls of Weber College. j. ne names oi me applicants are submitted to the committees, and the girls are interviewed. From these interviews the receipients are cnosen ana awarded $200 each Vol. 3 No. 23 Ogden, Utah May 18, 1962 Summer Theatre To Run In June By Catherine Harline Drama Editor For the first time, Weber College Theatre's annual summer play will be produced in the Weber College stadium, and will be sponsored jointly by WC Theatre and the Ogden and Weber County Recreation department. Selected for its family appeal, the play "Tea House of the August Moon" by John Patrick, will run June 28-30, under the direction of T. Leonard Rowley, Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts. Rinpp thiq npw vpntnro ic inef being established, the urgent need for technical help, skilled or unskilled, was stressed by John M. Elzey, Technical Director of "Tea House". College credit will be given under Speech 55 for acting, or Speech 65b for technical work. Tryouts for the play will be held Monday, May 21 and Tuesday, May 22 at 6 p.m. in the Moench building. A cast of 30, including 18 men, eight women, three children and one goat will be needed. Anyone interested should see Mr. Rowley. Those interested in technical work should contact Mr. Elzey. Education Program To Start By Luther Stewart Signpost Staff Reporter One hundred and twenty students have completed and turned in ajpplications . for next years teachinar Dr. Burke Director of Education. Each applicant will be carefully considered and will be notified early this summer, if accepted. Sophomore students whn inf-pnr? to pursue education and have not turned in an application, are urged fco do so immediately. p v "1 ' J Upper Division Work Offered "Registration for Summer Quarter begins on June 11 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for day students and irom o p.m. to 9 p.m. for evening students," Dr. R. A. Clarks, dean ct summer school, said this week. Evening school students may obtain their appointment to register at the Registrar's Office on May 28 or 29. Tuition for students carrying from 10 to 18 hours is $44. Tuition and fees for part time students are based on a rate of $4.50 per credit hour nlus lahnratnrv fo and $3 per student for building iee. Classes will be offered in all divisions both in day and evening school. This is the first time that upper division classes will beoffered. . Feios Bond Director By Catherine Harline Drama Editor Dr. William D. Revelli, Head of the University of Michigan bands, recognized as one of the truly outstanding figures in the band world, will appear as guest conductor at the first anmual Summer Music Festival, to be held here July 31 - Aug. 8, announced Festival n;n m t Hanson. Under Dr. Revelli's leadership, the University of Michigan bands have come to rank among the best of the nation's college bands In 1961 Dr. Revelli and the U-M Symphony Band traveled extensively, under the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of State. On a 15 week. 30.000 cert tour, they visited the Soviet Union, Egypt, Greece and five other countries of the near East. Wide Spread Fame The U-M Marching Band's outstanding showmanship has been featured by RKO films, national magazines such as "Life" and "Look" and on national television. Dr. Revelli has appeared as sruest conductor i - - j o ucttc in the natron. In 1 947 ha m honorarv deerep ,rf nrwt. f Music from the Chicago Musical wuncge. a iyocs ne was awarded the honorarv dp P"PPP inf "P)rr,f ,nr nf Laws by Oklahoma CityUniversity. The Summer Feati Dr. Revelli as eiipst 'rnnrtimtn- will offer a wide variety of courses to registered students and directors. Courses Directors will be offered courses m Band Arrano-ino- rvw.n- Bands, Music Appreciation, Choir, Band Problems, Brass Clinic'-Woodwind Cli ic Education, and Television Tech niques m Education. The student program includes Concert Bands, Choir, Fundamentals of Conducting, Music' Appreciation; Sectional Rehear sa Is, Dance Band, Brass and Woodwind Techniques. Eligibility Directors college students, high school students and exceptional junior high students throughout the Western states j eg itner ior me music Festival. Tryouts for registrants will be held Tuesday, July 31, at 8:30 m the Weber College Band room. Applications and registration fees should be submitted at the earliest possible date, emphasized Mr. Hanson. The director and college student fees of $16 will include two hours of upper division credit. Dr. Revelli Opp Summer Employment ortunities By Joan Wardle Do you have the desire to travel and find a job, outside of the state? Do you need employment this summer? If either one of these can be answered yes, than you should know about the 1962, Summer Emplovment Dirppt-nr fnuni ir, - uu.iu Ail U1C library. Applying It lists summer employer in the United States. tion on how to write letters of application and where to send them. For example if you wish to see Wyoming and earn money at the same time, the directory lists twenty-seven different iob ooen- ings. You may. take your pick of either working at a ra n ph yv- sort, summer camp, National Park or many other choices.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-05-18, Vol. 3, No. 23|
|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.|