Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1969-10-101
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Wtbtv Volume 29, Number 4 PAT FARR and Judy Jones appear in "The Seagull." The final three performances of "The Seagull" are tonight, tomorrow night and tomorrow afternoon. 'Seagull' cast to present final performances The Weber State theater will present its last three performances of the every.popular "The Seagull" with a performance to-night, and tomorrow night. There also will be a matinee at 2 p.m. tomorrow. The Fri. day and Saturday night performances will begin at 8 p.m. John M. Elzey of the Weber State theater is directing the play. Cast members include: Deanna Meyers, DavidEmmert, Alan Meyers, Shelly Price, Tom Wertz, Stanley Wolf, Pat Farr, Larry West, Judy Jones, Award-imaing Film to replace Humphrey Mysterious Deep, 20th Century CBS News award-winning film dealing with what lies under water and its potentials, will be shown Friday, October 17 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Fine Arts center as the second presentation in the convoca-tional series. This film will serve as a replacement for Hubert Humphrey who will appear at a later DEADLINES ANNOUNCED The deadline for Homecoming Queen candidates is October 17. Applications may be turned into the reception desk in the U. B. All full-time women students except frosh are eligible. Also, deadlines for application for membership on any union building committee is Nov. 1. f : ' . , 'V. : I - , rv ' M I ' I " r Allan Lykins, Sharon Elzey, Bill Allred, and Richard Smith. The play has been designed by Wanda Whalen, one of the new faculty members in the theater department this year. Miss Whalen's designs were constructed by Douglas Whisby, al-so new to the theater depart, ment's teaching staff. Mr. Whisby is the technical director. Tickets are available at the Fine Arts little theater box office. Persons wishing to see one of these remaining presenta-tions are advised to pick up their tickets in advance. date. Mysterious Deep has been seen and acclaimed by untold thousands of American citizens and has proven to be an in-formative documentary. Economic, military, and social as-pects of undersea exploration are presented. Two new projectors and a giant screen will be used for the showing. Weber State College, Ogden, Utah BY BYRON WARFIELD-GRAHAM October 15 has been designated as a national dayofprotestbythe United Front Against Vietnam War, various student organizations and political leaders a-cross the nation. Across the countryuniver-sitie- and colleges are planning suspensions and boycotts of classes. Numerous rallys and marches are also scheduled for many major cities. WEBER STATE TO PARTI-CIPATE?With the day of protest drawing near some students at We-ber State grow anxious as to whether or not their college will "stand and be counted." There is a feeling among these students that this institution is a center of apathy in regards to current national issues of prime interest to the country. These students, mostly members of the Liberal Students Group, met twice this week to decide a course of action. As one ir-rate student put it "across our nation today people are becoming aware that it is no longer .unpatriotic to think logically about this war.... that our involvement in Vietnam is wrong and should be protested." Another student however was more to the point. She wanted to know why the Weber State College student government did not support the day although they were contacted about if. As she put it "... what the hell is Weber State doing?" The group has decided FRIDAY THE Latter-day Saint Student Association, will hold it's opening social beginning at 6:30 p.m. west of Wildcat Stadium. Theme for the event will be "up up and away" under the atmosphere of a 1920's carnival. Such attractions as baseball pitching, dart throwing, and free kisses will be just part of the entertainment at this years opening. There will also be plenty of food, as well as dancing to ragtime and popular music. Maximum cost for all events will be 10c. All students are urged to vote for Miss and Mr. up up and away. Pictures of all candidates can be seen in the Union Building, with voting taking place Friday. Anyone interested in working in boothes for the carnival can sign up at Sister Moore's office, located in the Institute Building. 84403 to wear black arm bands and hopes to have a rally if a suit-able speaker can be found. They also plan to submit a resolution asking that the ad-ministration and the student government support the national day of protest. Plans were also made to get the support of the Federation (of which they are members.) STRICTLY NON-VIOLENT Ballet West opens con series today Ballet West will perform the first convocation of the school year today at 11 a.m. in the Fine Arts Center. The hour long program will, consist of a presentation of modern ballet with a jazz accompaniment and the performance of "Bravura". "Bravura is a light, dancey ballet designed to display the virtusosity of the leading members of the Ballet West Company," according to Mr. Chris-tensen, choreographer. The ballet in the neo-classic style, has no story line, and is in three movements; "Marche Joyeuse," "Fete Poliase," and "Danse Slave." The Ballet West Company Is back by student demand. "Students are urged to come early aft - i i i7) October 10, 1969 The members emphasized the fact that any course of action taken will be in accordance with the rules and regulation set by Weber State. As a spokesman for the L.S.G. explained, "It is not the intention of the liberal students of Weber to contri-bute to the disorder on campuses around the nation but merely to allow for the expression of national concern for the war in Vietnam.for good seats. Last year there was standing room only," stated Daniel Martino, director of the Fine Arts Center. ELECTIONS The campaign for Freshmen class officers begins October 20. The nominating assembly will be held Wednesday, October 15 at 2:00 in the union building. Contact Roger Johnson chairman of the elections committee, for the room number. Roger urged interested students to apply for printing as soon as possible. V. VV2. , i , V i ' fc it " 1 f r I i.k .
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1969-10-10, Vol. 29, No. 4|
|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.|