February 15, 1977 Weber State College Volume 37 Number 31 Colummist Miller hits 47 Tl to giueak Nationally prominent economist, author and syndicated columnist Eliot Janeway will be the noon convocation guest at Weber State College, Feb. 17. Although Mr. Janeway has been called many things, he sees himself as an optimist. He defines an optimist "as somebody who sees things clear and is ready to move forward." "Those who have disagreed with the way he saw things in Washington in recent years are now digging up his writings to read again," said Chris Davis, convocation chairman. One of his concepts which is now gaining favor in Congress and around the nation is the "Agripower" idea. Under this new policy America bargains with the rest of the world instead of simply subsidizing other nations with our food supplies at a penalty to ourselves. The Janeway convocation is being sponsored by the Associated Students of Weber State College and will be in the Fine Arts Center auditorium. f Packets and class schedules for Spring quarter are available today in the Administration Building. Registration will begin next Tuesday for juniors and seniors, Wednesday for Sophomores and Thursday for Freshmen. V .-" V "Y '" ' - ( ls y Photo by Clyde Mueller RECORD HOLDER: Kathy Miller (44) stands five and a half feet tall and holds therecord for most points scored in a varsity game in WSC gym. She has had one game of 50 points and scored 47 points in last Friday's game against BYU here at WSC. See story on P 12. Applications due today Applications for Editor of the Signpost are due today, according to Dr. Gordon Allred, Chairman of the Media Board. Allred said that the Editor receives $450 a quarter plus an opportunity for a tuition waiver. Also, applications for Business Manager are available in the Student Government office. Student on board The Utah State Legislature has passed an amendment providing for representation of a student on the Board of Regents. The board will consist of 14 resident citizens and one fully matriculated student enrolled at one of the state's institutions of higher education. Rep. Mike Dmitrich sponsored the bill. The term of office will be for one year and the student may not be a studentbody president.