Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-09-261
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(ID n on volume 32, number 1 sept. 26, 1972 ogden, utah 84403 DU v u bishop takes reins; new wsc president Without immediate fanfare, Dr. Joseph L. Bishop began his duties as president of Weber State new position created; dean hurst fills post A key appointment has been made by Dr. Joseph L. Bishop, president of Weber State, in the first 10 weeks of his administration."I originally intended to work one year without making any changes," Dr. Bishop said in his first address to the faculty of Weber State. After taking office July 1, he had a grace period of two days before the first crisis, in the form of a projected enrollment list, he told the college's 400 plus educators. "The list showed enrollment 20 per cent below that of 1971-72, which was 19.4 pe ;iit below the previous year," bishop said. His immediate action was a partial freeze on hirings, he said. Dr. Bishop also created anew position for Dean W. Hurst, director of college relations. Mr. Hurst will now act as special assistant to the president for college development. The appointment took form, when Dr. Bishop discovered that last year, the college had only a part-time person working in the recital area of high school relations.The need to promote college navy ;i l i?l- i "Pn? ' : 1 i,x I 0 ! 1 So TWENTY-FIVE MEMBER Twelfth Naval District at 1 p.m. The unit, stationed in San Francisco, Marching Band will appear at Weber State Friday will present a free concert in the Fine Arts Center. College on July 1. Succeeding Dr. Miller, Dr. Bishop William P. will be the i 5 r':v::'.'-'.'v":::i 1 " i:$'-'-::"::?::;::' V Am Dean Hurst attendance among high school seniors dovetails almost totally with college programs to boost enrollment upon which many funding allocations are based. In addition, Mr. Hurst will help coordinate college fund-raising and work of news,' program and speaker bureaus. Other minor changes Dr. Bishop considers important enough see Appointment, page 2 1 w band presents free second to hold the presidency since the college moved to its present location in 1954. The youthful -looking Dr. Bishop became the seventh president of the institution that is now Weber State. Earlier, eight had served as principals since the school opened its doors in 1889 as an academy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. President Miller spent his last day as president working in his office as usual. During his 19 years at the helm, the school has experienced sensational growth from a junior college to a senior institution. V Dr. Miller will remain on the V.:.. staff at Weber State with the rank jHutl-v:-; of professor of education. f::::Hj;i::! The general public will be in-vited to meet the new president ;i Ui:::! and his wife, Carolyn, during in- augural ceremonies tentatively scheduled this quarter, said Dean W. Hurst, director of college re- lations: $50,000 trust donated to wsc; funds A trust in the amount of $50,000 for art scholarships has been received by Weber State College. The money provided by the late Inez Cortez Truscott will be applied toward art scholarship's for deserving students at the college, said Dean W. Hurst, - . --: .- " ,. ----- t - , xx President and director of college relations. The fund will be known as the Charles J. and Inez Cortez Truscott Foundation for Art Scholarships, Mr. Hurst said. Recipients of the scholarships will be determined by members of the art department faculty. Mrs. Truscott previously be- concert The Twelfth Naval District Marching Band, a 25-member unit stationed in San Francisco, will give a free concert at Weber State College, Friday, at 1 p.m. Performance of the band in the WSC Fine Arts Center was arranged by Rear Adm. Clyde J. Van Arsdall, Jr., commandant, Twelfth Naval District, and the Naval Reserve Center in Ogden. Adm. Van Arsdall will tour the Weber State campus with WSC President Joseph L. Bishop and others during the band's visit. Band members are all graduates of the Naval School of Music and several have advanced degrees from colleges throughout the nation. CWO John E. Ingram directs the band, assisted by Master Chief Musician Gordon P. Bennett.The band has performed w idely through northern California. Nevada and I'tah at school assemblies, rodeos, fairs andother gatherings. Mrs. Joseph Bishop aid art scholarships quested a trust in the amount of $40,000 to establish the John J. Cortez Family Honors Lecture Program at the college, which provides for visiting scholars to lecture at the campus as well as recognizing scholarly achievement by members of the faculty, Mr. Hurst said. friday A usual feature of the band's performance is the Woodwind Quartet, composed of Thomas Haynish, David Bartolotta, Steven Payne and Larry Bodkin. Mr. Haynish is a former member of the All Ohio Boys Band and of the Parma Symphony. Mr. Bartolotta was a bassoonist with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, and Mr. Payne is a former member of the Eastman Wind Ensemble, Rochester, N.V. Clarinetist Bodkin is a four-year music major at Fairmont State College, West Virginia. "The Windjammers," a stage-band unit, also performs special numbers, directed by CWO Ingram. Working with local arrangements for the band's appearance are Lt. Cdr. John Harrington, commanding officer. Ogden Natal Resere Center: Lt. Cdr. linger Dutson. of the center, and Daniel L. Martino. coordinator, cultural affairs. Weber State Fine rts Center.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-09-26, Vol. 32, No. 1|
|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.|