Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1979-04-031
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Si?oTr?iro?roSc f NoIunu-.'WNo. 12 WVIxr Stale Colh-gt- Ogch n, Utah April 1. 1979 J Karen Brimley chosen new Miss Weber State by Mike Brubaker Karen Brimley was named the new Miss Weber State in a competition held last Friday evening in the Val Browning Fine Arts Center. In the two hour Miss Weber State Scholarship Pageant Ms. Brimley was named winner over 12 other contestants. Kathy Buckner and Lisa Dredge were named first and second runners up to Brimley. During the pageant, the 13 contestants competed in two forms of competition. A talent competition and an evening gown competition were held as part of the Friday evening program. Private interviews with each contestant were also held by the five judges. Nominations for awards open by Lucinda Schuft Nominations for the awards given at the annual Awards and Honors Banquet are due by April 13, 1979 at 5 p.m. They should be turned in to the Coordinator of Student Activities, Dave Rich, in Union Building Room 240. Nomination forms are being sent to department heads, student organizations, and can also be picked up from the ASWSC Secretary, Janet McFarlane, in the Union Building's Activities Center. Awards Committee Chairman, Renee Hull said, "We want everyone to be aware that anyone can nominate anyone for the various categories." The Awards SelectionCom--mittee will ask each nominee to fill out an information sheet on themselves which will be used in determining the winner in each category. Categories are: Male Athlete of the Year, Female Athlete of the Year, Professor of the year, TALENT , OF THE Year (creative arts), Talent of the Year, (performing arts), Scholar of the Year, Organization of the Year, and Wildcat Achievement Inside Today Letters to the editor . . . l'g. 4 Entertainment l'.g- Sports. . . . l'g. 7 of the Year. Finalists in each category will be announced by May 4 and winners announced at the Awards and Honors Banquet May 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the U.B. Ballroom. Master of Ceremonies is Danny Krammer, disc jockey at KSL radio. The banquet will also feature comedian Kip Adotta as entertainment. In the talent competition, both Brimley and Buckner did vocal selections while Dredge presented an original reading. After the five judges, Irene Bates, Laura Beson, Eldon Drake, Doug Foxley, and John McGuire, had selected five finalists, a final form of competition was held. Each of the finalists was given a question to answer for the judges. The judges based their final decision on their answers. According to Ruth Kawashima, pageant organizer, the judges based their decision on beauty, poise, and personality. As Miss Weber State for 1979, Brimley will take up the duties of the dethroned Miss Weber State, Vicki Black. However, according to Kawashima, the duties of Miss Weber State are unspecific, other than to represent the college in the Miss Utah Beauty Pageant. Alan Hall and Jeanne Hall, both alumni of Weber State, were hosts for the Miss Weber State program. Also in the program were the Weber State Singers. Former senator to speak at convocation Eugene McCarthy, a former presidential candidate regarded as "complex and talented," will speak at a convocation today at noon. His talk entitled, "The State of the Union," will be presented in the Val. A. 'Browning Center. No admission fee will be charged, and the public is invited. The lecture is sponsored by the Convocations Committee, a WSC Associated Student's group, and the Steward Library Fund. McCarthy had divided his career between politics and teaching, and ran as an independent candidate for the presidency in the 1976 election. Earlier, he had represented Minnesota in the House of Representatives for 10 years, then was elected a senator in 1958 and re-elected in 1964. Mr. McCarthy's opposition to the Vietnam War led him to challenge Lyndon Johnson for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1968. In McCarthy's 1976 presidential campaign he called for creating new jobs by reducing the standard work week, and fore demilitarizing U.S. foreign policy. f " " "'"mm" ' ' ' P I ) W ? 1 V ; 7 ' v - h . KAKKN BKlMLKVan 18 year old fr. simian ill W SC was selected Miss Wchcr Slate Friday night. A graduate of I. avion High, she is a music Sterling Scholar. She sang a soprano selection from "La Boheme" for the latent portion of the contest. Allied Health Career Day set Week features bowl Humanities week will feature a college bowl this week for students in the Humanities Department. The bowl will consist of five students representing each area including art, communications, English, foreign language, mathematics, music and tehater, who will form a panel to answer questions from a moderator. The bowl will be held in the Union Building each day at noon. Under the direction of Dr. Robert Soderberg, an Allied Health Sciences Career Day is planned for Friday April 6. The all-day 9 a.m.-4 p.m! session will be held in the Allied Health Science Building on Weber State College campus. Students from every high school in northern Utah have been invited. Exhibits, mini-demonstrations, and information booths will be presented. Counseling will be available to assist students to decide which health career they may be most interested in. Current programs at Weber State College are: Medical Technology, Medical Laboratory Technician, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Respiratory Therapy Technician, Dental Hygiene, Dental Assisting, Associate Degree Nursing, Practical Nursing and Emergency Medical Technology II (Paramedics). Counseling will also be available for students interested in pre-dental, pre medical or pre- veterinarian course work. For further information, please contact Dr. Soderberg's office, telephone number 626-6128. Women to choose 'preferred male' From a list of 10 candidates Weber State College women will pick their most preferred male soon. He'll be announced during the annual "Preference Ball" that begins at 8 p.m. on Friday in the Union Ballroom. The ball is sponsored by the WSC Associated Women Students. Women may vote for their choice prior to the socia': & uie WSC Union Building foyer, Candidates and their sponsoring organizations follow: Chuck Schaub and Bill Grills, LaSal and Stansbury residence halls' Brent Speechly and Doug Taylor, LaDianaeda Sorority' Vince Owens and Dennis Kunimura, Tau Theta Nu Sorority. Carl Cook and Carl Olsen. Lambda Delta Sigma Sorority' Bob Reir and Mike DeCarlo, Otyokwa Sorority. Theme of the ball is, "You Need a Women Tonight". Music will be provided by the "Still Rain" band. Admission fee is $3 per couple. Tickets may be bought in the Union foyer.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1979-04-03, Vol. 39, No. 42|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|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.|