Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1957-11-221
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For all those wanting to read something about what other collegians are doing to get away from the everyday, hum-drum way of life, turn to page 4. You will find there the account of a new fad that is sweeping the country. It's unique, to say the least. WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST VOL. XXI NO. 20 OGDEN, UTAH NOVEMBER 22, 1957 It's about time for the first quarter of school to terminate. Finals are being mentioned in classes, and the Frosh are shivering in their shoes at the thought of them. For success in this and all other things, here is a fine piece of advice: "If you wish to stay ahead, from your pants take out the lead!" w. 10 nsn roup, Cops p Hono The Wildcat Word Warriors showed their teeth to the Utah, Idaho and Colorado Colleges and Universities as they walked home with third place in the annual Brigham Young University Invitational Forensic Tournament. Tallying the points for Weber (and a trophy for herself) was Shsri Christofferson as she defeated all competitors for first place interpretive honors. Sharing these honors was Francia Oborn with hpv int.prnrpfcive second rtlnre. I Steve Mecham and Mike "Mon-son were tied with Janet Eckers-ley and Mickey Pemberton following a five-round debating deadlock. Mike was also third place extemporaneous winner. A trip to Los Angeles for the Peperdine College Meet (November 23rd-28th) awaits those students who qualified during the past meets. Included with this group are: Barbara Bramwell, Janet Eckersley, Brent Harris, Carolyn Heiner, Gary London, Steve Mecham, Thelma Mercuris, Mike Monson and Mickey Pemberton. 1 BllllSi f 111 ; ' ' X I The beauties pictured above are the candidates for AMS queen. They are from top left: Jeri Utsman, Gaye Deamer, Carolyn Young and Mary Sue Emmertt. 1st In The Round erans m ceds Willie arn The dramatic fantasy "Outward Bound," by Sutton Vane will be presented by the Arena theater group Dec. 3 thru 7 at the Weber College Arena Theater. The play is under the direction of HED Redford and assistant Gaye Deamer. "Outward Bound" is a story about a I group of people who find them selves on board a ship and are trying to find out just where they are going and why. They finally find that they are dead and are on their way to judgment. Student Cast The cast is made up of students of Weber College only. They are: Larry Chandler, Francia Oborn, Val Limburgy Joe Belloni, Daneen Wolley, Bob Van Dyke, Orrice' Murdock, Joan See, and Toni Montgomery.For those not familiar with the Arena Theater, it is merely a play acted on a stage which is surrounded with the audience. The stage is much smaller than the regular one, and the arrangement is said to produce a more close feeling to the audience and results in more interest in the show. First Arena This is the first production in the round this year, but the director is looking forward to many more of these in the future. According to Mr. Redford, the cast has worked very hard to prepare a good show for the pub'ic and urges all who possibly can to attend. The admission will be r0c for students and $1.00 for general admission. Detachment No. .r of the 32th AACS Reserve Unit located at Hill Air Force Base which trains one week-end per month has openings for men with prior service and coeds without prior service. Coeds must be eighteen or over and single.The unit has vacancies in the following career fields which you may choose to train in: Control tower, electronics, auto maintenance, auxiliary power maintenance, and radio operations. For the one week-end per month, members receive four days base pay, privileges of the Base Exchange, Service Station, free meals in th s dining hall, plus many other advantages by participating in the program. This is a small technical unit and is authorized a strength of less than sixty with a present strength of thirty. For complete information about how you may qualify to become a member, call TAylor 5-2211, Ex-nsion 077 or visit Building S330. let Sad Sacks (ACP) Queen 'candidates at Kansas State Sigma Chi Derby day contest wore shorts, sweaters and sacks the sacks over their heads. "I thought the contest would be a lot more fun that way," Derby day chairman Darrell Rollins told the DAILY COLLEGIAN. lfiillaiiQ 3 tJSllJil By Karen Mikkelson A motif featuring pumpkins and cornstalks will set the mood for the Thanksgiving Dance to be held at 9:00 p. m. tonight in the college ballroom. The dance is sponsored by the Associated Men's Students, headed by Dick Nicholas, vice-president Ned Morten-sen, and secretary Randy Rothey. Furnishing the music for the annual afi'air will bs the Scotsmen. Dress is sport and "anything goes." Feature attraction for the evening will be the crowning of the A. M. S. queen. Candidates for the honor are Mary Sue Emmerts, Carolyn Young, Geri Utsman, and Gay Deamer. Other intermission entertainment will include vocal selections by Mickey Pemberton and a dance number by some "very comely young ladies," according to Ned Mortensen. Turkeys Given The evening's fun will be further heightened for several lucky people by the giving away of turkeys and other door prizes. Tickets have been sent to every male student at Weber College. When these are presented at the door with ,$1.00 they will be exchanged for another ticket that will make the bearer eligible for the door prizes. ilverma eeks At uture Dr. Milton Silverman, Science Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle and writer for the Saturday Evening Post was the third artist to be presented in theArtist-Lecture Series for this season. Dr. Silverman, raised in California, studied at Stanford and at the University of California. In addition to the articles he has written on Science, he has also written on cancer quacks, riotous murders and the antics of Henry J. Kaiser, escaped Nazi. Dr. Silverman discussed "What's Coming in Medicine." His discussion gave us another facet of knowledge that enriched our understanding of the future world. Notice ! Stub Taylor, Tackle; and Jerry Peterson, center, have been elected honorary team co-captains. These boys have inspired us all vvith- their consistantly good ball jlaying this season. Lots of cheers and things to them both. eart Attack?? He s Slaving A ri I K . ' ' j l Pictured here in a tense scene from the coming prohiction of "Outward Hound" are .loo liollnni. Orrice Murdock and Bob Van Dyke. The plav is the first one this year done in the round ani feature's an all student cast. It is a story based on fantasy and will be well worth seeing. It is directed by HED Redford.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1957-11-22, Vol. 21, No. 20|
|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 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.|