Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-02-261
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WEBER STATE COLLEGE r o o ODDEN UTAH Volume 40 Issue 37 February 26, 1980 1 f III I. 111 i ...II... J llll T, s Carpoo! system starts out By Michael Tupa The Weber State carpool system, which was scheduled to start Feb. 10, is apparently getting off to a slow start. But Student Services Vice-President Mike Arave said, Monday "We're going to do it," at the start of spring quarter. During the interview in his office, Arave also decided along with Bob Miner that the "Get Together" night, which will match riders, will be held March 24, in the early evening. So far, about 40 people have turned in applications which have been sent to the computer center, Arave said. He said that if he could receive between 100 to 200 applications, "it would be great," and that his original targe.t was 100 students, or one percent of the total studentbody. Applications are available at the main desk of student Convocations slated for spring quarter "How to Say No to a Rapist and Survive," and "Let the Energy Crisis Stand Up," will be two of the topics discussed in upcoming ASWSC sponsored convocations events. Along with these two, Dan Berman, who is running against Jake Garn for the Senate, will also speak next month, according to Rex Leethem, Cultural Vice-President of ASWSC. The program on rape-prevention will be put on by Frederick Storaska, author of "How to Say No to a Rapist and Survive." and is being co-sponsored by the Associated Women Students. It will be in the Little Theatre Investigation continues The Health, Education and Welfare-Civil Rights Division investigation continues this week at Weber State College. Investigator Ray Smith urged any student with information about alleged discrimination to come forward. Students may contact him in Union Building Room 330, or call 626-6980. No information is too trivial, he emphasized, "Let us be the judge." Smith said his group will stay until Friday, and may return if slow government. 1'he carpool system is being set up by running applications through the computer center and matching student addresses to a grid code. Each grid consists of a square mile and a code number is assigned to each grid. Arave said that the goal is to match people who live no further than Iwo miles apart and that not enough applications have been turned in to start the program. He also said that he's likely to set it up so there are four people per car. During the interview Arave called Miner, who works at the computer . center, and they decided that they get together activity will be on the night before spring quarter classes start. They also finalized that the opening day of the car pool program will be March 25, the first day of classes. of the Browning Center on May 14. On March 6, Carl May, who is a local businessman and speaker, will put on a program on the energy crisis, and he will cover such items as, effectiveness of energy conservation, pricing policies and national energy objectives. He will also speak about the MX missile and its relations to the energy crisis. This program is also scheduled for the Little 1'heatre on March 6. Berman, a candidate for a senate seat in Utah as a democrat and who is opposed to the MX missile will speak on March 27 in the Little Theatre. necessary. He was not able to talk about the college investigation with media representatives, but desired information. He is looking for the women who testified on KUTV-Channel 2 News last week. Accused financial aids director William VanDyke, meanwhile is on an administrative two-week leave. The investigation is a resu-t of a class-action suit filed by the Ogden Chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality. -r , v , V "V , ' 4 . mm I " ; l- v i ; . 7 - v y v ' im I r , - i - t t -Car ANTICIPATING A MOVE, Bruce Collins, the all-time Big Sky Conference scoring leader, eyes the Weber State end of the court. Collins notched point number 1 ,947 against Idaho State Saturday. Photo by Dave Barrett Collins nets 31 to shatter Big Sky By Guy Yocom Bruce Collins' performance against Idaho State Saturday was better than average, but what Collins achieved on the side put him in the record books for a long time to come. The 6-5 senior guard, who has tnrilled Ogdenites for almost four years with his gifted brand of basketball, emerged as the top career scorer in Big Sky Conference history with his 1,934 point coming early in the second half. Weber State fans roared their approval of the momentous achievement, which Bruce acknowledged with a face-splitting grin and a wave to the crowd. It was Collins' evening all the scoring way. The lanKy guard, wno rebounds well for a backcourt man, grabbed eight caroms, made five steals, dished out a couple of assists and scored a game-high 30 points. He electrified the crowd with a splendid behind the head dunk in the second half. For his big achievement, the game was stopped and Collins was presented with a large portrait of himself dunking the ball. The well-oiled , Wildcat basketball machine had more than enough cogs working to stop Idaho State, incidentally. With the conference regular season title already under its belt, the Webes relied on pride to get them through the ritual with the record Bengals, who dropped to 5-9 in conference play and 9-17: for the year. Weber hit 34 of 62 shots Trom the field, including Collins' deadly 14-21 shooting from the floor. The Wildcats turned a little flat in the second half to allow the Bengals to creep within five points, but Weber State came alive and put' the game on ice soon thereafter. David Johnson was the only other Wildcat in double figures with 22 points, but Richard Smith and Gerald Mattinson had nine and eight points, respectively. Wewr will get its third straight championship bid underway Friday when it meets Montana State in the Dee Center at 9 p.m.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-02-26, Vol. 40, No. 37|
|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.|