Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1973-04-101
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Candidates prepare for primary Politics highlight the Weber and will be chairman of the orientation for new students, and Vice President that Ombudsman, registration, State scene as the campus gears Finance Board. He will also coor- lobbying Mark Leach Jack ecology services, the CLIC cen- center. Brer itself for the upcoming primary elections scheduled to take place Friday under the new constitution.As the constitution defines the new structure of student government, the president, and each of his six vice-presidents will be in charge of their boards and bureaus as specified by the new constitution. The Financial Vice President will be in charge of property and budget control for the campus "flit !. ; . -:, n 1 . u -v- THE COMING of Spring to the Ogden area is evidenced by the blossoming numbers of motorcycles appearing on Ogden streets. Motorcycles are usually identified with students and younger people, but 65 years old Mrs. Zora Martin is evidence that this domain of the young is gradually disappearing. Photo by Fred Barta. Hofmann to present award-winning lecture Dr. Helmut Hofmann, first place winner of the Cortez Honors Lecture, will present his award-winning lecture April 12, at noon in the Fine Arts auditorium. Hofmann's lecture, "Pieter Bruegel-The Flemish Proverbs" was given the first place award and $500 by a special committee appointed to evaluate faculty contributions. The committee gave second place to Carl Andra and third place to Dr. Gordon Allred, each receiving a $100 cash award. The Honors Department reports there will be no charge for attendance, and invites both public and studentbody. The committee appointed to evaluate these lectures consisted of Paul Butterfield. Leola David uinaie tne Duaget recommendations of the Finance Board. Craig S. Ogan, Dave Wilcox, Walter Bryan, Ron Ray, and Thomas H. Peterson are seeking the financial vice-presidency.Public Relations Vice President will be in charge of the Public Relations Board, which will oversee such things as the community relations, campus relations, high school relations, f -1 ' son, Craige Hall, Spencer Seager, Peter Koenig, and Candadai Seshachari. A special luncheon in the Sky Room will follow the lecture, with the President of the College, the vice presidents, the deans, the Honors Curriculum Committee members, and the winners of the contest to be present. Carl Andra received second place and a $100 cash award for his lecture entitled, "Modern Parables on Language and Alienation from Theater of the Absurd." Dr. Gordon Allred received third place and a $100 cash award for his lecture entitled, "The Breath of Life Characterization in Modern Literature." lobbying. Mark Leach, Jack Helgesen, Kay Orgill Taylor, Gary Bird, and John D. Bingham are vying for this office. Vice President in charge of Student Services will coordinate such things as the Health Services representative, campus security representative, and the Student Services Board. Candidates for this office include Gary M. Carter, Ken Lowe, and GunnB. McKay. It is under the Student Services V 14 v - Notice Juniors planning to complete the graduation requirements for next year should makeout their applications during spring quarter so that a summary of all work presently completed can be determined. This graduation summary lists all credit deficiencies so that incoming seniors can plan on what to register for. Also a copy of the summary is sent to major and minor departments so that help is available in planning registration. Candidates who apply, during their senior years and find it too late to pick up the courses required for graduation may be unable to graduate simply because they were unaware of some required classes. ter, and the Food Services will function. Communications Vice President will coordinate all concerts at Weber State, the Fine Arts series and the Media Board, when completed. Becky Spark-man, Rex Fraser, and Harlan Felt have petitioned for the office.The Academic Vice President will be in charge of the Student Academic Council, records and Symphony brings renouned pianist Rudolph Serkin, called the "titan among pianists," will make his Utah Symphony debut Friday, April 13, at the Weber State Fine Arts Center. Because he is so much in demand all over the world, it took exactly 25 years for the Utah Symphony to be able to have him perform at one of its concerts. Serkin is celebrated as one of the world's foremost keyboard artists in the classical repertoire in which he is second to none. The music of Beethoven will provide the climax for the Utah Symphony's season finale at Weber State Fine Arts Center. Conductor Maurice Abravanel Miss WSC pageant draws 1 1 contestants Eleven women have entered the Miss Weber State College contest scheduled for April 21 in the WSC Fine Arts Center Auditorium. They are: Vickie Bird, Virginia Bingham, Rhonda Kay Miracle, Gayla Dawn Robertson, Stephanie Smith, Kim Tanner, Lauri Lynn Savage, Martha J. (Marci) McGregor, Vicki Lynne Cummings, Machel Morris, and Laura Kathleen Jordan. "The Miss Weber State Pageant is the most colorful queen contest every year," said Ray Myers, student activities advisor, "and it is more than just beauty - they are judged on talent, poise, intellect, and beauty." Myers said the contestants will be judged by an experienced group of judges. "We are lining up veterans of other state contests, no local people willl judge so as to avoid any conflicts of interest."Kristen Hurst is the reigning Miss Weber State and will registration, and the placement center. Brent Johns is presently unopposed for this office. Activities Vice President will be working directly with the coordinator of student affairs and the Union Building Director, and well as the Activities Board. Mike Stever, Doug Young, and Koy Smith are running for office. The studentbody president will be in charge of the Executive Council and the six vice presidents. Brad Post, Reed Hellewell, and Jeff Roberts are primary candidates for the office. has scheduled Beethoven's powerful Fifth Piano Concerto (Emperor) as one the concluding work. The complete program is as follows: Haydn's Symphony No. 101 (The Clock), Mozart's Piano Concerto in G Major, Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 (Emperor). A few tickets for the April 13 concert are available at the Ogden Symphony Guild office, 2580 Jefferson Avenue, phone 392-3571 or tickets will also be available at the Fine Arts Center ticket office April 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are also available at the box office one hour prior to the performance, April 13. present her crown to the new queen." Myers also announced that Terry Wood, television newscaster for Channel Two will be the master of ceremonies for the pageant. There is no charge for students or others who desire to attend the pageant April 21 according to Myers. (A '
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1973-04-10, Vol. 32, No. 43|
|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.|