Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1966-04-221
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S3 DCs UJ Vol. 25, No. 26 IN MEMORY OF J r,A f. V f I - I " , ' ' I ". '-- Tl 1 ' -It"--- - r ' ' . , rl - ' I . ' r--- '1 ? ' ,' - " " " ' , s J I ' " - i' 4 I - MEMORIAL FUND COMMITTEE Memorial Fund Will Create Lasting Memory Donations are still being solicited for the memorial fund established for the three debators fatally-injured in a car accident outside Lovelock, Nevada last week. Money donated will be used to buy books for the library with an individual memorial to the three from the donor. Students and faculty members who contribute will also receive mention on memorial plates in the books. Student and faculty response has been slow, but studentbody officers feel certain that many more will want to contribute to the fund. "Larry Keller, co-debate chairman, stressed the worthiness of the cause, stating that this would be a permanent Weber State memorial fund. Box for donations is on display in the UB main foyer. Protests Launched Class Primaries Open Until Friday, April 29 Faced with group protests about this year's campaign procedures, Elections Chairman Russ Richards announced Thursday that primary campaigning will be extended until Friday, April 29. Those planning to run for student offices must attend the newly-schedued candidates' meeting Monday noon in UB 106-108. Petitions will be accepted until Tuesday noon at the main desk after which time official petitioning of nominees will be closed. Lindsay Curtis, legal advisor for the campaigns, explained that the elections have been extended an additional week because a lack of proper communications has left this year's candidates open for legal disqualification. The change of meeting from Monday to Tues-day and the subsequent change in rooms was in direct violation of election by-laws. Such action can be appealed to the WSC Supreme Court which could result in the elimination of many of the candidates. To protect the students from this type of legal action, student-body and campaign officers have decided to extend the primary cam paigns until next Friday. Campaign procedures will be repeated next week to legally comply with established election procedures. Richards further explained that this change of scheduling is "for better student government. Because the advertising was poor, extending the deadline will give more people a better opportunity to run for office". All space and petitions previously procured are still valid, but every nominee, whether he had previously entered the campaign, must attend the meeting Monday to meet election requirements. Primaries will be held Friday, April 29. Finals are scheduled for Friday, May 6. WEBER STATE COLLEGE, OGDEN, UTAH Bob Hunt i" R. Signpost Arr Vern Peterson Appointed As Leadership Chairman 66-67 Brent Hunter Also Appointed Studentbody president elect Jack Suttlemyre recently announced the appointment of Vern Peterson as leadership chairman for 1966 and Brent Hunter as Executive Council press agent. Chairman Petersen's duties will include the organization of the Leadership Conference scheduled for September 1966. This conference, held prior to the beginning of autumn quarter, gathers the student leaders of Weber State for workshops in leadership. Included in this program are WSC studentbody officers, class officers, publication members, and committee members. Vern is second vice-president of Delta Phi Kappa, member of last year's leadership committee, a member of the Blue Key fraternity, and honor the scholarship student. He is majoring in automotive engineering and technology. Brent's purpose as press agent will be to inform the students of the progress and activity of Weber's four top student officers. He has held several positions on the Signpost staff and is currently a part-time member of the Arts and C rafts and Special Events committees.Business Job Applications Available Business manager Ken Burton is seeking a staff for the forthcoming year. Anyone interestsd in applying for ad manager or salesman should submit their applications to Mr. Burton by May 2. Business staff members work for the Signpost and the Acorn and are well paid for their efforts. SMS'" : : a n Ryan Rees Acorn Editor Vern Peterson Leadership Chairman V t i 1 it. Brent Hunter Exec. Council Press Agent iff II - April 22, 1966 The newly established publications board appointed two juniors to editorial positions for 1966-67. The board, which met Wednesday, chose Ryan Rees as editor of the Signpost and Robert Hunter as editor of the Acorn. Ryan, an English major, is married to the former Gayle Hall-man, and is a native of Layton. He served at Davis High School as editor-in-chief of the school's newspaper. It was given a first place rating at the annual Brigham Young University publications workshop in 1963 which is attended by high school journalists from several states. At Weber State, Ryan has served as sports editor of the Signpost and for two years as sports editor of the Acorn. In 1965 he received an "outstanding service" award at the publications banquet in Heber City. He is presently employed by the Associated Press as a reporter. Ryan is presently a candidate for senior class vice president.Bob Hunter, a major in commercial art, was appointed for the third year to edit the yearbook. He resides with his parents in Farr West. Bob was employed at Utah State University as manager of the commercial art center in 1961. Later, he served as an L.D.S. missionary in Vavaria, Germany. While at Weber State, he as been a member of the elections committee and homecoming chairman. He is a member of the Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, and was recently chosen Junior Prom King. He is employed by the college and Ogden City Schools as an artist. Bob is presently a candidate for senior class senator. Both of the new editors have been instrumental in establishing the new publications bill which provides for a board, policies, and a line or responsibility for campus publications. They are planning a junior high school publications workshop for students from Box Elder, Weber, Ogden, Morgan, and Davis districts. The workshop, which will include a critical rating service, will be held in August. Signpost To Sponsor Kissing Contest Editor - in - chief Jack Suttlemyre recently announced the first annual "Signpost Kissing Contest" to be held Friday noon May 14, in the UB cafeteria. Five girls will be selected from each social club. Names of the candidates must be submitted to the Signpost by Monday, May 10, at noon. Five independent girls will also be selected by the editor.The most loving girl and the most loving club will each be awarded a trophy. Judges will be selected at random by the editor. Winners will be chosen on the basis of their kissing and decision of the judges will be final. The most important thing to remember about this contest is that Jack is no longereditor-in-chief. As he no longer has any power within the organization, such a contest in null and void. . . . Well, it was a nice dream, anyway.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1966-04-22, Vol. 25, No. 26|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|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 State 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.|