Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-02-091
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wSigrapost Editors Choseim " j ymtm ' I III -. i -J ' V' ft iqi - ' ' ; L; : : Editor Linda Ritchie welcomes the new heads of the newspaper staff into the office. (L to R) Victor Ferre, Editor; Ixuiso Taylor, Assistant Editor; and Reed Conger, Sports Editor. WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST VOL. 3 NO. 14 FEBRUARY 9, 1962 OGDEN, UTAH .C. Choir Invited To cattle's World Fair An invitation to sing at the World's Pair has been sent to the Ogden-Weber College Symphonic Choir, it was announced this week to the Board of Control by its director, Glen Hansen. yyy.-: Mr, Elzey Elzey Will Star In U off O Play A Weber College faculty member will star in the University of Utah production "Annie Get Your Gun" when it tours South America this summer. John Elzey, Associate and Technical Director of the Weber College Theatre department, was invited to join the troupe last week by C. Lowell Lees, head of the University of Utah's theatre department. Singing Lead Mr. Elzey will play the male singing lead as Frank Butler. As a student both at Weber and the University of Utah Mr. Elzey has had much dramatic experience. He was a. teaching and technical assistant in the Drama Department of the University of Utah. He was also techniaal Director of the Des Moines Community Playhouse. At present Mr. Elzey associate Director, Technical Director and Business Manager. W. C. Theatre Dept. Val Stuart also has a role in "Annie Get Your Gun". Mr. Stuart will be remembered as having the leading role in the Weber College opera production "Martha".Because the University of Utah's production of "Damn Yiankee" was so successful on its good will tour of the Orient last year the State Department has asked them again, with the request that the title "Annie Get Your Gun" be changed, for obvious reasons, to "Annie Of The Flar West." The play, production by C. Lowell Lees and Music Director Ardeen Watts will go on tour July 15 for eight to ten weeks. " " " " " " " j ATTENTION! A Spirit Committee - is J being organized at Weber any one interested' please contact I Dennis Wood as soon as pos- sible. . Pre-Med Major Heads Staff The New Executive Editors of the c o 1 1 e g e ''Signpost." were approved this week by the Board cf Control. Victor Ferre, was named to succeed Linda Ritchie as the Editor in Chief. Vic, an honor student, was a IDol graduate of Ogden High School, and is a Pre-Medical student here at Weber. He is affiliated with Phoenix Social Club and a member cf the Union Building Leadership Commr.-'vc. Ben Lomond Louise Taylor, another honor student, has been named as the Assistant Editor. Louise attended Ben Lomond High School and daring her senior year was Editor of the school paper. She is a member of Sharmea Women's Club and spends much of her spare time on the slopes at Snow Basin. From Perry R.eed Conger, la former sports editor of the Box Elder High School paper, has been named to head the Sports department. Reed comes from the town of Perry, and is planning a career in journalism.The paper hopes to follow a more lactive interest in school affairs and political issues.. Ogden HasEi To SpeaEi On Tuesday Ogden Nash, America's No. 1 light versifier, will appear at the Moench Auditorium on Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. A press release states, "Ogden Nash has always had the knack of hitting the funnybone in its most vulnerable spot. The world of his invariably bears a surprising resemblance to the street where you live." Many Positions Before settling down to a ser-iov.s job of writing light verse, Mr. Nash was a teacher, a bond salesman, la writer of car card advertisements, an advertising copywriter for several book publishers, and Managing Editor of the NEW YORKER. Mr. Nash has made many appearances on T.V. Among them are a comedy lyricist in "One Touch of Venus" and "Peter and the Wolf;" a regular T.V. panelist on "Masquerade Party"; and a concert performer in "Carnival of the Animals." Poetry Many of his poems continue to turn up in Life, Holiday, Saturday Evening Post, and The New Yorker. Among the books he has written are: "The Christmas That Almost Wasn't", "You Can't Get There From Here," and "I'm a Stranger Here Myself." Mr. Hansen said that the Choir has been asked to come to Seattle, Washington on Sunday, June 10 bo sing at the Flair. He said that the choir has been organized about 17 years and has about 50 members. The choir is a class sponsored by the evening School. - Amount Needed Mr. Hansen said that about $100 was needed for each member to make the trip. The Choir has financed 80 of the cost itself, but asked the Beard of Control for additional funds. The Board appointed a committee to decide upon ia reasonable amount. In other action the Board urged all students to attend the redrafting of Weber College's new four-year constitution this Saturday at 8:00 a.m. in the Union Building. Word On Smoking In a comment to the Board concerning the Signpost's article on Jan. 19 on smoking in the Union Building, President Miller read a letter pointing out that the Board of Trustees as a group did not express the wish that smoking be lallowed in the Union Building. He pointed out that the Board of Trustees is not a policy making organization for the school but merely serves as an advisory group in such matters. He said that certain members pointed out that the College is not a sectarian institution and therefore an open policy should be maintained. The Board of Turstees took no action on the smoking issue but referred the matter back to the students, Pres. Miller explained. The Ogden City Chamber of Commerce said that if the Union Building were opened to smoking during the summer, conventions and organizations might consider using its facilities, according to a letter from the Chamber to Pres. Miller.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-02-09, Vol. 3, No. 14|
|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.|