Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1958-10-031
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U. S. Pontage PAID Hulk Kate Permit No. 479 Ogden, Utah u u Slf 1 I5y Gary llloclnett The Wobor College Wildcats and Poise Junior College Proncos meet tonight at 8 p. m. ill an ICAC football encounter termed the "big one" for both teams. Weber will attempt to break a 12-year jinx during which it has never defeated the Broncos on the gridiron. Boise has won the ICAC championship all 12 seasons and expect to make it No. 13 tonight. Outweigh Wildcats The Broncos will outweigh Weber both in the line and the backtield. Both teams will be looking for their third win of the 19,r)S season. Weber opened the season with a 27-6 win over Phoenix, and last week dropped Eastern Arizona State Junior College 21-13. Boise has looked very impressive in games thus far. The Idaho school eleven walloped Carbon College 51-0 in its first game, and last week blanked Oakland College of California, 40-0. Weber came up with four injuries in last week's encounter, although all but one will be ready for action tonight. Ben Udy, 190-pound center, will be the only doubtful starter. Udy re-injured his knee last week, and the knee is not responding to treatments, said Coach Wally Nalder. Jack Kerivan, Brent Jorgansen and Dave Ilanulov were aiso hurt in tne iiastern Arl- zona game, but are reported improved and will see service tonight. Boise will run from the single-wing formation with a balanced line. The Bronco line is big, rugged and tackles hard. Its backfield is fast and shifty. Starting Lineup Probable starting lineup for Weber will be Brent Hancock, quarterback; Curtis Wise and Norris Dickson, backfield, and Fred Van Dyke, fullback. On the forward line for the Wildcats will be Dennis Dahl, center; Lynn Foxley and Lynn Ilutehins, guards; Louis Carter and Harry Smith, tackles, and Dave Handley and Le-Roy Overstreet, ends. Vol. XXI WEBER COLLEGE OGDEN, UTAH No. 31 October 3, 1958 WEBER'S HOPE FOR TONIGHT Sports fans can expect much of this kind of action when the Weber Cats claw at the Boise Broncs in tonight's encounter. Here cagey halfback, Norris Dickson displays the kind of push that led the Cats to victory last week. Giving assistance to Norris is Wendell Durand. Both boys will likely be in on most of the activity at Weber Stadium tonight. Debate Teams Yield That Forward Look The Weber College Debating Team started the year off with a real bang. At the first meeting of the new squad a debate was held with this year's topic as the argument. The resolution is: That the Further Development of Nuclear Weapons should be prohibited by International Agreement.Assignments were given out with a caution to be prepared for the first debating tournament to be held at Pasco, Washington, on October 24 and '17,. Dr. Monson, Debate Coach, assured the debaters that he will send five teams to this tournament if they are prepared. Elections were held during the second meeting with Andrew F. Wahlquist going into the top position as Phi Rho Pi President. Serving with him are Mike Monson, vice-president; Carolyn Hei-ner, Secretary; and Rosa Lee Scoffield, Treasurer. L. C. Evans, assistant, is taking the place of E. Carl Green, who is on leave for the academic year. Mr. Green is taking his leave in Europe.All in all the Debating program for this year adds up to be one of the best in Weber College history. lew "Th eacre Arts rime lit Plan ?7 HOME SCHEDULE After tonight's show, there will will be two home games. On Oct. 24, the Wildcats will host Ricks of Idaho to Weber's homecoming game. A matinee game November 1.1 will be the final showing of Nal-der's Cats when they meet Everett, Washington. By Francia Oborn The new Weber College Theatre Arts Department, which was organized last spring as a unit separate from the English Department, went into full operation at the beginning of Fall Quarter. Mr. Thatcher Allred heads the new department with Mr. H. E. D. Redford and Mr. T. L. Rowley, directors. Under their instruction classes in Theatre Workshop, Acting, Oral Reading and Interpretation, Directing, and other near future classes in Radio and Television Production will be taught. Darwell to Star Weber College looks forward to a host of theatrical productions under the sponsorship of the new department. On October 20, 30, 31, and November 1, Emlyn Williams' Night Must Fall, directed by T. L. Rowley and starring "Oscar" winning movie actress, Jane Darwell, will be presented with a supporting cast of student and community players. Arena Theatre try-outs were held last week for the fall quarter Theatre Workshop play. Anall-student cast and crew, directed by H. E. D. Redford, will present Letters to Lucerne December 2, 3, 4, 5 and (i. A second Theatre Workshop production will be presented winter quarter under Mr. Redford's direction. Christmas Offering The annual Christmas musical is sponsored by the Theatre Arts Department in conjunction with the Music Department. This year the closet opera, Amahl and the Nig'ht Visitors, by Menotti will be produced with Mr. Glenn Hanson as musical director and Mr. Thatcher Allred in charge of staging. Another combined effort of the Music and Theatre Arts Department is the annual musical comedy to be presented March 5, U and 7, under the direction of Mr. Hanson and Mr. Rowley. Children's Theatre Spring quarter a major season play will be directed by Mr. Redford and produced April 30, :u and May . In the area of children's theatre Mr. Rowley will tour a Theatre Workshop play to elementary schools in the county, and during the summer a second children's theatre play will be produced. In addition to these activities, Tau Alpha Gamma, a student organization sponsored by the Theatre Arts Department, will produce a series of plays and programs during the school year. Their first activity, A Night of One-Act Plays, is scheduled for mid-November. i wWs&ui WW'S Enrol "Busting at the seams." This could easily be the theme song of Weber College this year. With the final tabulation not yet complete, the registrars office has pronounced this a record enrollment year for the Wildcats. At present there are approximately 1 17-") students enrolled. With at least 30 more applicants to be registered by October 1st, the final count is expected to be well over the 1700 mark. Over 1500 Mark This is the first quarter in Weber's history that the enrollment has climbed above the 1500 mark. The previous high for the school was 14S2, established during the fall quarter of 1057. Enrollment for the Evening school is listed this year as being in excess of 13U0 students. Many Problems With this record enrollment comes an exaggeration of many Quarter campus problems, such as: parking, crowded classrooms, limited studying space in the library, and other limitations on campus facilities.It is interesting to note that the number of students attending Weber represent a number equal to more than half of the studentbody registered at Utah State University, a four year institution. Nisrht School Normal Although the day school enrollment at Weber College is 15 to 10 percent above last year, Night School registration is about normal with 1057-58, according to Mrs. Clarisse H. Hall, registrar. Night school registration was expected to be about 1,450. This figure is approximately the same as last year when 1,44!) students signed up. Total enrollment for both day and nig'ht school classes was expected to exceed 3,100. OSCAR WINKER COMIMG! Darwell to Star in Fall Play II v Weber College will play host to movie actress Jane Darwell during the two weeks following the loth of October. Miss Darwell is coming to Og-den to portray the shrewish, domineering Mrs. Bramson in the Weber College production of "Night Must Fall," to be presented Oct. 20, :;o, 31 and Nov. 1, in the Moench Auditorium. Jane's a Veteran A veteran of many years of motion picture, stage, and television work, Miss Darwell has played Night's Mrs. Bramson as well as other roles in college productions all over the country. Perhaps best remembered for her Academy award winning portrayal of Ma Joad in "The Grapes of Wrath," Miss Darwell also appeared in the first picture ever made by Cecil B. DeMille. She has to date played in well mil5 wis over 100 films. At the present time she is in the East on a promotion tour of her most recent picture. Working with Miss Darwell will bs "one of the strongest casts I have ever directed," said Director T. L. Rowley. Kaye Farrell, a Weber College graduate, is understudy to Miss Darwell, and the Moench auditorium nightly echoes the squeak-sounds of Mrs. Branson's wheel chair rolling across the floor. Portrays Olivia Portraying Olivia Grayne, Mrs. Bramson's unmarried niece .is Mrs. Geneva Peterson, wife of instructor Marvin Peterson. Steve Jensen, Weber College Freshman, plays the psychopathic Dan. Others in the cast are: Ronald Jenkins as the stuffy Britisher, Hubert Laurie; Mrs. Dorothy Croxford as Mrs. Terrance, the housekeeper; Francia Oborn as the Cockney maid, Dora Parkoe; Charles Parker as Inspector Bel-size; Susan Brown as the District Nurse; and Sandy Klein as Nurse Libbey. Ada Carole Pearson is Assistant to the Director.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1958-10-03, Vol. 21, No. 31|
|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 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.|