Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1978-10-271
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Editor for public information by Beverly Taggart (copyright) Signpost Editor John Redding said if the school refuses to comply with the law in releasing salaries, he is prepared to bring a lawsuit against Weber State College. Redding said he submitted a third request to the college and other state officials. The letter stated, "On behalf of the Weber State Signpost, I hereby request that the names and corresponding salaries of all persons currently listed on the Weber State College payroll be released to this , i BACK ON TOP Business major honors in the 13th annual WSC In-Mike Gove proudly poses with vitational. Gove set tournament trophy that accompanied first place record, 208. is prep newspaper without further delay. This information has been classified as "public information" by the Utah State "Records Committee and as such is to be "open to the public." We will gladly furnish all stenographic assistance needed to compile and copy this information and bear all related costs. We would appreciate a response to this request no later than the close of business on Wednesday, November 1, 1978. If the information is not forthcoming by that time, we anticipate taking further action to secure our right - ? .- I ..-... ', j ( r? ( w - 1 " - " ;,'-' " - S - , r " r.. " ' ' ? ared t of access." Redding noted the other two requests were made in March and April of 1978. Under advisement The editor said he was not sure when the lawsuit would be filed if the college refused to comply but he was going to leave the time to file under the -advisement of his attorney. He refused to name his attorney. Ready to pursue Redding noted he hoped the matter would not have to be taken into court, but he would have to pursue the matter if the college refused his request. The editor also stated that no taxpayer or students' funds were being wsc Golfing By Guy Yocom The Weber State Golf team climaxed their torrid domination of the fall golf schedule Saturday with a momentous win of the Weber State ' Collegiate Invitational held at the Ogden Golf and Country Club. The group set a new team record en route to the title, which eluded them last year. The Wildcats downed defending champion Brigham Young by a whopping 19 stroke margin, and beat runnerup Utah State by 14 shots. All-American Mike Gove broke out of a brief dry spell with an individual record 208 - 11 under par on the unforgiving Ogden layout. Gove held the lead for the entire tournament, and no less than four Weber golfers finished in the top ten. Mike Borich carded a 218 agregate for the 54 hole event for a fifth place overall finish, and John Graham , medalist the week before at the Ev Thorpe Beehive Invitational at Logan, was seventh at 219. Matt Cole, Third written request The Signpost has sub mitted a third written request for salaries of all employees at Weber State College. Other requests were submitted last March and April in 1978. Also, the Associated Press in Salt Lake City and Cliff Cheney, managing editor for the Logan Herald Journal and president of the Society of Professional Journalists requested salaries of all Utah state universities and colleges. Weber State College o sue spent on attorney fees. Letters mailed Copies of the letter were sent to Weber State College President Rodney H. Brady, Utah State Attorney General Robert B. Hansen, Utah State Auditor Richard G. Jensen, Utah Board of Regents Chairman Donald B. Holbrook, Utah State Commissioner of Higher Education Dr. T. H. Bell, Weber State College Personnel Director Stan Greenhalgh, Secretary of State David S. Monson, Utah State Archivist T. Harold Jacobsen, and Director of the Division of State History Dr. Melvin T. Smith. representing the Weber State "B" team, came on with a 221 total to finish ninth in the run- ning. Coach Mac Madsen was delighted at the outcome of the tournament. "We have been playing exceptional golf all fall," Madsen said. "Last week we dominated the Beehive in con-vincing fash ion, and this week we turned in a record breaking performance." Madsen has proven to be a skilled, persuasive recruiter who has brought to the institution one of the finest golf teams in the nation. The "B" team, consisting of players with the higher qualifying scores, played well enough for a sixth place finish. Also competing in the tournament were Utah, Nevada-Las Vegas, Idaho State, BYU, Utah, and Utah State. The BYU team, a golfing power for many years in collegiate circles, suffered somewhat in the abscence of young prodigy Bobby Clampett, who was occupied with a tournament held overseas. chapter of the Utah Association of Academic Professionals requested salary information in order to do a comprehensive salary study on faculty members. So far, the college has refused to release any salary information to persons who have requested it. An "informal" attorney general's opinion was issued last August advising the college not to release salaryinformation. remaining: at pinnacle Inquiry T"l "0 -l-JLXt,V classes Sandy Berkow A possible inquiry into why some freshman who had registered for English 101 were transfered to English 100 was discussed at the meeting of the Advisory Council for Academic and Legislative Relations (formerly called Student Academic Senate.) The three members of the Advisory Council who were not present were: senators Debbie Tolton, Clay Richardson, and Mark Boren. The Advisory Council learned that a few entering freshmen were arbitrarily assigned to English 100 when the English 101 classes were filled. Also discussed was requesting the registrar's Office to retype transcripts before graduation so that a clean, professional copy will be sent with resumes. The next meeting of the Advisory Council will be at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1. Gospel choir Positions are now open for Weber State College Gospel Choir. According to the director, Jonathaun St. Thomas, the choir is looking for both vocal and instrumental talented people. "The more people in the choir," he said, "the merrier." The first rehearsal will be October30,at 6:30 p.m. For more information call 626-6445. The non-denominational choir is sponsored by Black Students United.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1978-10-27, Vol. 39, No. 9|
|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.|