Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1968-01-261
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WSC Organizations Hold annual Songfest The annual "Songfest" competition between campus social organizations will be held Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Auditorium. Participating in the musical program will be Alpha Rho Omega, Delta Phi Kappa, Excelsior and Sigma Gamma Chi fraternities. Sororities taking part are La Dian-aeda, Otyokwa and La Sal and Stansbury Halls. The activity is jointly sponsored by the Associated Men and Women Student organization said Steve Young, president. A small admission will be charged to non-participants. The clubs have been practicing early each school morning on two songs to be sung at the Songfest. One song must be an original with original words. The other song may be of any choice. Young said that a sweepstakes trophy will be given to the first place winners in the men's and women's divisions. First and second prizes will also be awarded. 'Last year, no sweepstakes prize was awarded because of a lack of acknowledgement as towhocould participate," the AMS president said. Winners are chosen by judges Wtbtv QtsAt selected from the Northern Utah area. "A new women's revolving trophy will begin this year," Young added. At last year's Songfest, the women's trophy was retired by Otyokwa. The men's trophy was not awarded because of several disqualifications. "AMS and AWS would especially like to thank Dean of Women, Mar-va Gregory and Dean of Men, Marv Peterson for the great amount of work they do for the Songfest," Young said. President of AWS is Helen Draney. Barbara Skeen is vice president and Pat Belnap is secretary and treasurer. AMS officers include Young, Norm Frost as vice president, replacing Rex Bel-nap, who Is now attending the University of Utah Pre -Medical School, and Bruce Thompson as secretary and treasurer. "Songfest" is the only major singing competition offered to the fraternities, sororites and clubs on the Weber State campus during the school year. It has been a traditional winter Quarter event, preceding other "inner-campus competitive activities" including Snow Carnival, which is scheduled for early Feb. ' ....... x. , ...... ... - : " ' ""X 1 i t r "9 1 -v i : NA- ' -v ' 1 J :jt ... i ) ' Steve Young, AMS president, and Helen Draney, AWS president, show Phoenix president Jerr and representative from WSC sororities, a sample of music to be heard Wednesday at y Nebeker "Songfest". Volume 27, No. 12 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 January 26, 1968 Union plans Anniversary Happy Birthday to youl Such will be the theme song for the annual Birthday Party Feb. 3rd at Weber State College. The festivities will begin at 8 p.m. at a price of 75? per person, including a chance to visit all nine, planets in the solar system. Each room in the top two floors of the Union will represent a planet. Every union committee is in charge of one room. Some of the activities include: a night club; a marriage room; a bar; a gambling casino, complete with WSC original money; a spook alley and dancing. There will be a big birthday cake for the Union and Miss Weber State will have the honor of cutting it. The union was completed in 1961 with Keith W. Wilcox and Associates as architects and engineers and M. Morrin and Sons as general contractors. It was constructed with financing by the Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency. I i-H fl J ( X i 1 i . - LM. . , "-""O TybSicatbns55 Publication Council members who met Wednesday included William Sanders, Cheryl Lorenc, Edie Forsgren, Perry Perea, Jan Frank, Bob Hunter, Gerald Grove, Carol Deegan, Lou Gladwell, Eddie Allen, Curtis Smoutand Brent Wilson. The Council plans to meet monthly. Faculty music recital planned Dr. William Ramsey and Inga Plaas Smith will be presented in a vocal faculty recital tonight at 8 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Little Theatre. The program sponsored by the Weber State College Department of Music will highlight duet and folk songs from v ious countries. Lyneer Smith, choral director of the music department said that the concert will be free to students and the public. Ramsey is director of choral activities at Utah State University and is general editor of the univeristy's music press. The vocalist graduated with an SMM degree and earned cum laude honors from Union Theological Seminary in New YorkCity. He received his doctoral degree from Columbia University, after attending Julliard School of Music and Dalcroze School of Music. Ramsey has studied with Robert Shaw, Thomas Dunn, Robert Wagner. The director has been active in the recording field and has worked with Leonard Bernstein, Igor Stravinsky, and Paul Hinde-mith.He has appeared as soloist and chorister in various musical events at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Mrs. Smith is a vocal music lecturer at Weber State. She is married to Lyneer C. Smith, choral director of the music department.She participated at two previous recitals at WSC in 1965 unci! Meets Selection of incoming editors, financial renumeration of staff members and a proposed Publications bill were discussed Wednesday by the newly-reorganized Weber State College Publications Council. The Council, headed by Gerald Grove, a WSC English instructor, held the meeting after nearly a year of inactivity. Council members attending the meeting were: William V.Sanders, advisor to the Signpost and the A-corn publications; Gordon Allred, advisor to Kalidescope literary magazine; Lou Gladwell, WSC News Bureau director; Robert Hunter, ASWSC executive vice-president; Carol Deegan, Signpost editor-in-chief; Cheryl Lorence, Kalidescope editor-in-chief, and Edie Forsgren, Acorn art editor. Also attending the meeting were: Curtis Smout, WSC student government coordinator; Perry Perea, ASWSC executive president; Brent Wilson, ASWSC financial vice-president and Eddie Allen, junior class president. Allen , who is also chairman of the policy committee of the student Senate, presented a proposed Publications bill to the Council for approval. The bill, if ratified by the Senate, would specify membership and responsibilities of the council and procedures for selecting publication editors-in-chief. Qualifications for editors of the Signpost, Acorn and Kalidescope publications are also included In the bill. "This bill is Important and should be written correctly," said Allen. He added, "it is particularly important as the Council is not an administrative standing committee, but Is under the direction of the Senate." The bill was approved unanimously by the Council and is scheduled to be presented to the Senate during the next few weeks. Selection of incoming 1968 editors and renumeration of publications' staffs was also discussed by Council members. Miss Deegan, '67 Signpost editor, said she would leave the publication at the end of Winter quarter but would be available to act "as advisor" to a new editor. "I began as 'official' Signpost editor last spring quarter and unlike the other two editors, who did not take over their duties until September, my commitments to the paper will be ended March 22," she said. Miss Forsgren, who has served on the Acorn staff for the past two years, said the yearbook may have a "problem" In selecting a 1968 editor. "We just don't have any prospective applicants at this point," she told Council members. Gladwell read a letter from Utah State University's publications department listing the salaries paid monthly to USU newspaper and advertising staff members. Salaries at Utah State ranged from $70 to $10, as compared to current WSC salary rates of $60 to $18 each month. Miss Lorenc said salaries should be heavily considered on WSC publications are expected to do a "professional job." "We have so many responsibilities that I think the Council should be aware of just how much goes Into each publication," she said.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1968-01-26, Vol. 27, No. 12|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|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 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.|