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neber state Volume 31, Number 16 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 Friday, November 19, 1971 12 Pages Publications board Music wants election policy from Signpost editor By Barbara O'Shell Signpost editor, Jeannie Young, was requested this week to formulate and submit a policy statement regarding the paper's position on endorsing a candidate in a studentbody election. The newly created publications board met for the first time on Tuesday. Jerry Burns, chairman of the board, announced that the first item of business on the agenda was to define the "purpose" of the publications board. Then he referred to the rider which had been attached to the Signpost budget (SB 30-A), and which had been repealed by the senate. He requested the editor to submit a written policy statement on this subject in order to "set guidelines" under which the newspaper could operate to "provide equal time" for candidates. Curtis Smout, a member of the board, requested that the editor also submit a list of current staff members in order that it might be determined if these people were eligible to work on a student publication. He pointed out that there were grade point and minimum credit hour requirements to qualify a student for these positions. Curtis Smout had prevented debate on Senate Bill 6-72 in senate session the night before by making a motion to adjourn. The bill was reported out of committee with minor changes and recommendations for passage. The subject of this bill was revision of the membership on the publications board. Discussion on this bill should be scheduled on the agenda for next Monday's senate session. Providing the current publications board is still in existence, it is scheduled to meet again next Tuesday. Only three members of the board were present at the first meeting. These were Jerry Burns, executive vice president and chairman of the board; Kevin Wheelwright, student representative; and Curtis Smout, Student Government Coordinator. The two faculty and administration representatives have not yet been appointed to the board. Chamber Orchestra will present concert Monday November 22 Selections by Bach, Brahms, Dvorak and Glazounoff, will be presented in a concert of the Weber State College Chamber orchestra, Nov. 22. The program, presented by the newly organized college group, will be held in the WSC Fine Arts Cellar Theater at 8 p.m. It is free to the public. The WSC Chamber Orchestra is composed of 34 string players ' and was organized this year in order to give students the experience of studying and performing chamber music, said Loren B. Crawford, assistant professor of music, and orchestra director. Also presented on the concert will be two string quartets from the ensemble classes of the music department, Mr. Crawford said. Chamber music is written for performance in small rooms or auditoriums and is usually performed by groups smaller in size than the symphony orchestra or band, he noted. Opening ' number of the program will be "Brandenburg Concerto No. 4" by J.S. Bach. Guest soloists for this number are Patrick Donley and Sue Threlkeld flutists, Sue Clarke, violinist and Gordon Johnson pianist. Second section of the concert will feature two string quartets. They will perform "Interlaudim In Modo Antico," by Glazounoff and "Finale from String Quartet in F. Major," by Dvorak. Students in the string quartets are Marcia Toller, Phil Ellis, Dean Thomas, Kathy Adelt, Sue Clarke, Virginia Koetitz, Carolin White, and Mary Ann Ballard. Final number on the concert will be Brahms' "Quartet in A Major," played by the chamber orchestra. Pianist for this number is Mary Ray Johnson, instructor of Piano at Weber State, Mr. Crawford said. counci unifies A Music Council has been organized within the Music Department. The Council was designed in order to maintain a close relationship between students and faculty, to develop and encourage professional attitudes and goals among the students, and to serve as a sounding board for intelligent and objective discussion, this to promote the betterment of the Department in every way. The Council consists of thirteen members: three faculty and ten students. Dr. Herbert Cecil, Chairman of the Department will serve as an EX-Officio member, Miss Mary Ray Johnson and Mr. Donald Threlkeld were elected from the faculty. Student representatives are: JohnHowe-ACappella Choir; Kelly Dazet - Orchestra; Robert Glassmann - Chorale; Wendy Turner - Voce Coeds; Joe Frodsham - Band; Keith Kopp - Stagehand; and elected by Music Majors as representatives-at-large were Dave Arnold, Judy Romero, Ron Peay, and Dan Broschinsky. At the first meeting officers as follows were elected: Dave Arnold - President; John Howe - Vice President; Wendy Turner - Secretary. The Council will meet each month and all meetings will be open to any interested person. All subjects brought before the Council must come by way of the representatives or by a formal letter addressed to the Council. WSC's oldest student Maybe you know him see page 7 i Special Events Center still item for distant future says Dr. Foulger By Robert Mickelson It will be at least four years before Weber's Wildcats can expect to be housed in a new Special Events Center. According to James R. Foulger,- Business Vice-President, no student now enrolled in a four year program at Weber has much of a chance at using the new facility, at least not as a Weber student. "It will take the Administration and the various committees concerned with the project at least a year to develop plans for the Center," explained Dr. Foulger, "followed by another year for an architect to draw up plans for the structure and two year's construction time." William P. Miller, President of Weber State, said that within a month committees will be formed to discuss the various aspects of new center. It is hoped that by the end of this school year the committees will have something to turn over to the architect. Among the many problems to be discussed are: where the Center will be built, what type of activities will it house, how many seats will it have, and how it will be funded. Once these questions are answered the State Building Board and the State Board of Higher Education will have to approve the building of the Special Events Center. "Once we have the answers to the first three questions," said Dr. Fouler," we can work out plans for funding the structure. We're not sure exactly what methods we'll use in doing that, but we are sure the money will have to come from College Building Funds." Robert J. Folsom, Campus Planner, reported that a site for the center has already been acquired south of the campus and LDS Stake Center on the Avondet property tract. "This location, however, is still up in the air too," informed Mr. Folsom. "There are still discussions to be had With city officials who want the center in downtown Ogden." "Facts concerning the center are still hard to come by," said President Miller. "We'll know more in about a month once the committees begin discussing it." Las Vegas trip on get reservations Reservations for trips to the Las Vegas Holiday Basketball trouney in December, in which Weber State College will participate are now being received by the WSC Alumni office. The tourney will be held Dec. 28, 29 and 30. Arrangements have been made by the alumni for Weber State supporters to go either by their own car or by jet plane, said Michael C. Mac-farlane, alumni executive director. Those who drive pay $28.50 each for two nights and three days at the new Landmark Hotel located across the street from the tourney site, a luncheon and other attractions. Those who fly down pay $88.50 for a round trip ticket, which covers hotel accomodations and other attractions. The flights leave the Salt Lake airport Dec. 28 at 9:45 a.m. and at 12:05 p.m. and return from Las Vegas Dec. 30 at 6:10 p.m. "It is important that we receive reservations soon so that we can book space on the plane and at the hotel," Mr. Macfarlane said. Dec. 1 is the deadline for making reservations. A deposit of $17.50 is required in making a reservation.Reservations are being received at the WSC Alumni office in the Union, or by phoning the office 399-5941, ext. 346. COFFEE HOUSE Mary Smith will be featured tonight in the Coffee House. Programs will be 8:30, 10 and 11:15 p.m. Admission will be 75 cents a person or $1.25 a couple.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1971-11-19, Vol. 31, No. 16|
|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.|