ASumni Breakfast June 1st! Congratulations1951 . "I - - j HU - jp- y u ,. , -- Volume 14 WEBER COLLEGE, OGDEN, UTAH, MAY 29, 1951 Number 16 , A - L Vs V V , ! - ; c I ! Rod Pollard, fast run- t a LLC - -- t' ' ring back on the We- f ' ' 'SI. jTr ."t . V , ''V -', bcr team aets tripped A W .. '-. - '- t ' . F- o after making a good I . T J' ' ' '''V .'I I' gain in a game at the f , 'j -' i ":"rr'K - T ri . k Ogden Stadium last fall. L . ,u .7 ' " - , t . - ; V " , ' f. . . A U r"7 ! 1 .!7;cr-: r- 1 I. I f if i y ; -J Fresh ie Day, a few of the Freshies takq their turn shining up the Bell. They must have forgot to salute a sophomore. 4 - -tux, 7 1 -r v '.r' I 1 -k- -g&A-i Left to right After winning Region IV of the NJCAA. A scene from College-Community Play Liliom. Slater and Deamer perform at Talent Show. Cheer Leaders at a basketball game. A group of the girls at the A. W. S. Water Carnival. J. ' J - v I. Action at the Alpha Rho Smokeless Smoker. Hughie Jacobs has his opponent on the run. t A It." The good old Moench building pictured above has been the scene of many happy occasions for Weber student's over the years. It has been added to and remodeled on several occasions but to the students and alumni of Weber College it still holds the same spirit that dominated the leaders of years ago and our leaders now, it represents a struggle for a better Weber College over the years. We will leave the Moench building behind when we move to the new campus, but we can't afford to leave the things that it representsbehind. Lm .-v '''' ' ' . V'1-"t- 4 ? -:r. 4 The annual Snow Carnival at Snow Basin (Some also went skiing.) Otyakwa's prize winning float. (Homecoming Parade.) The leads and directors of the high ly successful operetta''Sweethearts' Supper under the stars at one of the many Geology Field Trips. -- WEBER COLLEGE if IVs' ,,"; t 1V.F'' ,'t i The annual Christmas Oratorio, written and conducted by Mr. Roland Parry, is one of the music deportment's realty big performances. .... i A ' ' I 1 : '-Ah :i - : .