Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1963-02-071
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IolIiiIst Appears J IT 4 NO. 16 VOL. FEBRUARY 7, 1963 OGDEN, UTAH acuity Will Present m Assembly Next Week The annual faculty assembly will be held Feb. 12 at 10 a.m. in the cafeteria with Reed Swenson as master of cere monies. The program will consist of the following numbers: an organ solo by J. Clair Anderson, a trombone solo by Clair W. Johnson, a vocsl solo by Richatd Jensen and remarks by President Miller. Magic Alva Johnson and Spencer Seager will perform chemical magic, followed by a string quartette consisting of Ralph Marsden, Del-mar Dickson, Neldon Braithwaite, and Helen Rabe. Roland Parry will do a tap dance, Jennings Olson a vocal solo and Margaret Waterfall, Carol Band Tour Scheduled By LeRoy Yorgason Two buses filled with 56 musicians will leave Weber College Monday at 6:30 a.m. as the Weber College Concert Band begins a concert tour into Southern Utah Director K. Earl Erickson has scheduled the first program Monday at Skyline High School where music department students from Granite and Olympus high schools will join the audience. On Monday, the band will perform at Spanish Fork high and Juab High School in Nephi. Favored O n Tuesday, Millard High School in Fillmore and Cedar City High School will be favored with programs, highlighted in Cedar City by a dance in the evening furnished by th.e alternating music of Weber College's dance band and the high school dance band. Wednesday calls for a conceit at Dixie Junior College and Richfield High School, ending again with a dance played by the combined dance bands. Last The last performance will be Thursday at Snow Junior College, after which the group will return to Ogden, arriving sometime that evening. "It is hoped," Mr. Ericksen said, "that this tour will build the prestige of Weber College and interest the high school seniors in the opportunities at Weber." Westmoreland, LeRoy Overstreet, Richard Williams, Marv Peterson, and Francis Belnap a Philippine folk dance. Quartette A male quartette composed of Orson Whitney Young, O. M. Clark, Talmage DeLange, and Del-mar Dickson will render the final number. Accompanists for the assembly will be Glenn Hansen and J. Clair Anderson. i Tonicahf's Series By LeRoy Yorgason Appearing with the Utah Symphony tonight in the Ogden High School auditorium at 8:30 p.m. will be violinist Berl Senofsky. Mr. Senofsky was the first American violinist to win the International Brussels competition. He has slated "White Peacock," by Griffes as his opening number, followed by the sonorous "Pocme, for ' Violin and Orchestra," by Chausson. Classical For the classical contribution Mendelssohn's "Violin Concerto" and "Symphony Number 2 in D Major," by Brahams has been listed on the program. Tickets have been available at the Treasurer's office since Tuesday morning, free of charge to all students. Sophomore Student Wins Extemp Contest By Bruce Hadfield Sophomore student Jack Cannon successfully won the 30th annual James L. Barker Extemporaneous Speaking contest. Cannon's subject was segregation, and his speech dealt with the history, the present, and the future of segregation. Winner of last year's contest, this is his second consecutive win. Alternate winner was Charles Adams, who spoke on the war between democracy and communism. Both winners received 'trophies. Others competing included Susan Underwood and Larry Chesley. The competition was held Jan. 31 in the UB. Scheduled Activities Feb. 7 Arena Play, Moench Arena; Symphony, 8:30 p-m., OHS auditorium; Speaker from Israel, UB, , Rooms 106-08. Feb- 8 Arena Play, 8:15 p.m. Moench 1 Arena Feb. 9 W-I.A. High School Play Day, 12:30 p.m. UB Room 106; Ft. Lewis A&M at Durango. Feb. 11 Band Tour. Feb. 12 Faculty Assembly, 10 a.m. Cafeteria; Band Tour; Robert C. Hermes, Novia Scotia "Land of the Sea," 8 p.m. Moenchauditorium. . L Jack Cannon accepts a plaque for winning first place in the Barker's Extemp. contest. Film Show "Nova Scotia Land of the Sea,'' will be the subject of Robert Hermes audubon film which will be shown at the Moench auditorium on Feb. 12. This film shows the heart of the majestic spruce and hemlock primeval forests, picturesque fishing villages, animal and plant life of the Canadian province. s Available For Signpost "Applications for positions as editor and business manager of the Signpost will be accepted until Feb- 25," says Mr. Wayne Schow, Signpost advisor. From the applications submitted, a staff will be selected and will begin work commencing next quarter and extending until spring quarter of next year. Any student may apply for the editor and business manager spots; no previous experience in journalism is necessary. Nonetheless, Mr. Schow emphasizes that prior experience would certainly be an advantage.Duties of the Signpost editor include laying out the paper, creating and supervising a working staff, and keeping abreast of campus news events. The role of business manager is to handle advertising for the paper.Applications should be submitted to the Executive Council which has its headquarters in Room 210 of the Union Building. The Feb. 25 deadline strictly will be adhered to UN Assembly Held At USU From 15 to 20 WC students will participate in a model United Nations assembly tomorrow and Saturday, at Utah State University.- Other schools participating in the conclave will include BYU, University of Utah, Idaho State University and Westminster College.Topics for discusion at the mock assembly will.be (1) control of outer space, (2) the population ex-plosipn, and (3) Red Chinese admission into the United Nations. The Weber College delegation will represent 10 nations belonging to the UN and including the Uniter States- Dr. Harold Bateman will accompany the group to Logan as faculty representative.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1963-02-07, Vol. 4, No. 16|
|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.|