Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-05-231
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awards and honors Jerry Burns and Paula But-terfield Maddock walked off with the top honors at Tuesday's Weber State College Awards and Honors Banquet. Fifteen others were also honored for various achievements. Mr. Burns, 1971-72 WSC executive vice president, was named "Man of the Year." Ms. Maddock, Associated Women Students president, was chosen as "Woman of the Year." The senator of the school of I n V is LJ '7gfvJ VCi M , f V y f , m Wtq -... 1 ' i RODEO Newly elected Weber State College Rodeo Queen Dana Hansen (r), discusses upcoming regional finals to be held at the Golden SpikeColiseum May 25-27 with attendants Kathy Kidman (c) and Kitty Richardson (I). rodeo regiona finals may 25-27 Weber State College will be among 13 colleges and universities ready with their best cowboys and cowbelles for the regional intercollegiate rodeo finals in Ogden May 25, 26 and 27, 7:30 nightly. The three-day event, hosted by the Weber State Rodeo Club, will be held in the big arena at Golden Spike Coliseum. The riders, ropers, barrel racers and other contestants will be out to qualify for the national finals of the Nalional Intercollegiate Rodeo Association NIRA) to be held at Bozeman, Mont., in June. Presiding over the regional finals in Ogden will be rodeo queen Dana Hansen and attendants Kathie Kidman and business, Rex Stevens, was listed as the "Senior of the Year." "Junior of the Year" is Fran Wheeler, 1971-72 WSC legislative vice president and presidentelect.Winning the honor as "Sophomore of the Year" was Ken Lowe. He is now winding up his term as residence hall senator. Kristen Hurst won the "Freshman of the Year" title. She was also recently named "Miss Kitty Richardson. They were picked for the regal roles on the same basis as is Miss Rodeo America on personality, horsemanship and appearance. Ten WSC Rodeo Club contenders competed for the honor. Among institutions to be represented in the regional go-arounds are Utah State University, BYU, University of Utah, Boise State, Southern Utah State College, College of Southern Idaho and six others, along with Weber State. Events for male entrants include calf roping, ribbon tying, bulldogging, saddle bronc riding, and bull riding. Coeds will compete in goat tying, barrel racing and breakaway roping. Weber State." Phil Johnson was cited for performing "the impossible task of trying to keep all functions and organizations happy even with our unplanned deficit of $10,000 this year." For this he received the "Achievement of the Year" award. "Talent of the Year" went to Judy Romero. Her work with choral groups and private and public programs was noted. She was also praised for "her in aD fall, summer term registration opens Students registering for summer quarter or fall quarter will notice some changes in the make-up of registration packets. The number of cards has been reduced to only three. Two of these cards have dual use in registering. The other differences occur in the way the cards are to be filled out. The first card is a natural stock card with a yellow stripe across the top. The front side of the card is the Directory Card and is used by the student to correct his address, social security number and other personal information that is printed across the top of the card. The reverse side of this card is the Official Registration of the student. It should contain only the actual- courses the student is registered for. A separate line entry should be made for each course and each laboratory and-or recitation session of every course. Faculty or staff people should not sign this card in any place at any time. The "Approval" column at the right is used by the registration office in the event a student withdraws from the class. The student must now sign in this area if he desires to drop the class. The second card is also a natural stock card with a yellow stripe and is plainly identified in bold letters as the Fee Card. This card is to be completed by the student and is retained by the cashier's office when the student pays his fees. The third card is a pink card. The front side of the card is the Receipt Card, which the student is given at the time he makes complete payment of his fees. He must present this card to the student activities committee in order to receive his I.D. card or validating sticker each quarter. The reverse side of this card is the student's reference card. He must fill out this card for the classes that he desires to register for each quarter. A separate line entry should be made for the laboratory and recitation classes when required. The "approval" column farthest to the right on this card, is to be used for the signature of instructors or the stamp of the department, if required in order to register for the class. The student will present this card to pick up Course Cards and announced tensive love and dedication to music." Presented the "Professor of the Year" award was Richard Sadler, assistant professor of history. Chemistry major Stephen A. Wise was declared "Male Scholar of the Year." Norene Hall Francis, an English major, was the winner of the "Female Scholar of the Year" honor. Ail-American basketball star will have it as his reference card upon completion of his registration by payment of fees. Students and faculty are reminded that courses to be listed on any of these cards should be identified by the course name and NOT the title of the class. Some committee shows painting exhibit The WSC Activities Board Exhibits Committee is now sponsoring an exhibit of the works of Masood Mahmoudi. Mr. Mahmoudi's work in this exhibit consists mainly of geometric patterns printed on sheets of plexiglas by the silk screen process. Mr. Mahmoudi has also written poetry to ac- Masood Mahmoudi rootbeer, ice cream free at coffee house Free Baskin-Robbins ice cream cones and homemade root beer plus great piano music (courtesy of the Duo-Art Player Piano) are on tap tonight in the Union Coffee House. The Coffee House will take on a new image as a vintage ice cream parlor at 8 p.m. when the Senior Class presents its gift to the Union Building. All students are invited. There is no charge. The new Duo-Art plays either manually or electrically and has a retail value of $1,695. Bob Davis was chosen as "Athlete of the Year." The "Silver Chalice" award presented to an outstanding woman student was given to Jana Rae Low. Mrs. William P. Miller was also given an honorary "Silver Chalace" for her work and personality throughout the years. "Friendlist Girl" is Lynn Dee Mueller. A special award went to Dennis Shiozawa for an academic study he did. volume 31, number 58 ogden, Utah 84403 may 23, 1972 titles are common to several departments and thus impossible to distinguish by title alone. The course name is the bold print name at the top left of the department's offerings. In most cases it is the same as the department name. company each work. Mr. Mahmoudi, who was born in Tehran, Iran is the Director of the Art Program at Ogden High School and an art instructor for the Bertha Eccles Art Center. In 1966, Mr. Mahmoudi received a B.F.A. degree in Landscape Architecture and Arts from Utah State University. He received his M.F.A. degree in printmaking from U.S.U. this year. Mr. Mahmoudi has studied under such artists as Chen Chi, Jules Engel, Jacob Landau, Alex Katz, and William A. Smith. Before teaching at Ogden High, Mr. Mahmoudi served as an instructor of Persian language, history, and culture for Peace Corps volunteers in 1966. During 1965 and 1966 he was director and producer-host for a weekly TV program on international culture for KUSU-TV. He was a landscape architecture designer for the National Orange Show as well as private homes and parks from 1966 to 1967. The Senior Class Officers, Glen Curtis, Bob Brueckner, and Louana Harline, garnered the funds to purchase the instrument from Senior Class, A. M.S. and Union Budgets. After tonight, the piano will remain in the Coffee House and rolls will be available for student use. Tonight's free program will bring back the feeling of the good old days with piano and musical numbers from many campus greats.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-05-23, Vol. 31, No. 58|
|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.|