Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1960-11-041
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WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST Vol. 2 No. 6 November 4 ,19G0 OGDEN, UTAH 1 KifJL 1J Myrna Ray, Lyle Ellmore, Joyce Eldridge and Dale Brown meet at a cafe in "Death of a Salesman", the first production of Weber's Theatre season. 'Salesman' Dies Thursday By Jim Sass Signpost Staff Writer Many long- weeks of rehearsal come to an end when the curtain rises on 'Death of a Saleman' next Thursday. Veteran actons as well as Weber College students are taking part in this first production of the theatre season. Mr. Thatcher Allred, head of the Weber College Theatre Arts Dept. is playing the part of Ben. The part of. the saleman, Willy, is portrayed by Jerome Murray an outstanding actor for many years. Thelma Willy is cast as Willies' wife, Linda. Their sons are portrayed by Dale Brown and Walt Ray. The Woman in Willie's past is being played by an outstanding actress, Gladys Seargent. Raydell Cobia and Myrna Ray lend their talents to the supporting cast as Bernard's secretary and Letta. Steve Rubin has been acting for many yaans in high school and Weber College productions. He is LADY IN THE TUB The Ylcan, Not Religion, By Mary Ellen Ryan If you could vote would you vote for the party, the man, or the religion ? Paul Taylor The party because they direct the man's actions up to a point. Of course no one can direct a man's moral beliefs if he is any good as a man. Sandy McKee "The man, on his - I- taking the part of Bernard. Phil Mathews, who is cast as Howard, is a versatile actor who won the 'best actors' award while at Weber High. Joyce Eldredge has been very active in Children's Theatre. She is playing the part of IMiss For-sythe.Stanley, the waiter, is played by Lyle Elmore who has had leads in high school and Weber College plays. The other waiter is played by Ray Perry who is also the assistant Property Manager. The entire show is under the direction of Mr. T. Leonard Rowley, who has been very active in drama at Weber College. He is chairman of the assembly committee and advisor to Tau Alpha Gamma, Weber Drama Club. He is assisted by Kaye McGarry and Myrna Ray. Wteber College students may see this play Thursday by showing their activity cards. Curtain time is 8:30 o.ml ' merits and the job he could do for the country because I don't think religion has any place in 'an election."I wouldn't vote for the religion, I'd vote for the man and his worth", was Lynn Corbridge's answer. "If, as in this case, he happened to be Catholic I'd still vote for him." Preferred Teacher By Cathy Kerr Signpost Staff Writer Weber College's "Preferred Teacher" will emerge from a student poll to be conducted in building 3 the first of next week by the Education Club. This will be in connection with Education Week November 7-12. This year's theme is "Stronger Schools for the Sixties". Navy Band Presents Ogden Concert The world famous U. S. Navy Band will present a concert tonight at 8:15 in the Ogden High School auditorium under the de-rection of Commander Charles Brendler. The band composed of more than a hundred artists, all of which could qualify for places in, the world's greatest symphony orchestra, will present stirring marches and symphonic numbers. Tickets will be sold at the auditorium door one hour before the program starts. Season tickets will be honored as usual, said Dr. Clair W. Johnson, series director. Debate Team Takes Top Spot A Weber College women's debate team Eileen Grix and Ann Moesinger won first place in the women's division in the Columbia Basin frenzic tournament last week at Pasco, Washington. Besides being a member of the winning team in - competion a-gainst four other states, Miss Grix tied for second place in extemporaneous speaking. Ken Gardner another representative of Weber placed second in the general campaign speaking division. According to Mr. Carl Green, assistant debate coach, "All stu dents who took part in the speak ing activities did well and made a good showing in representing the school." Importd In The man who can do the most for the nation regardless of his political or religious affiliations is the one who would get Lynda Swensen's vote. Van Summerill "Most likely for the man, however the party platform is written by several men and I suppose in some instances it would be best to vote for the party." Weber's Education Club is the Dixon Chapter of the Utah Student Education Association. They have planned a week of activities, in room 144 on Monday at noon. A special meeting will be held Highlighting- this event will be a film, "Shcebox Full of Dreams". On Tuesday afternoon at 1, Club members will leave from the south end of Building One and will visit the Cerebrial Palsy section of Grammercy School. - ' The big-gest event of the week will be a meeting Wednesdayevening- at 7:30 at the Institute of Religion. It will be for all high school Future Teachers and Weber College Education Majors, The theme for the evening will be "Better Teachers for Better Schools". The program will consist of a panel headed by Weber College President. Dr. William P lvriiiov They will present aspects of tea- cmng- in the different fields. Re- . freshments will be served. Weber Holds Blood Drive The annual Blood Drive, was held yesterdav on the Wehpr rv,i. lege Campus by the American Red Cross. According- to Mr. Emil Wpnrf. erson, manager of the Blood Cen ter m &ait LaKe City, in case of need, a familv who has pnnt-ri. buted blood is eligible to receive oiiooa, witnout cost, for the product itself; not only in our excellent Ogden hospitals but in any hospital in the United States who receives blood from anv nf the 54 Regional Red the many private blood banks with wnom rtea uross nas reciprocity. Often this gift means life itself to a hospitalized person. Politics Lucy Stock would vote for the man because you can't condemn him because of his religious beliefs but you can disagree with the party." Tom Clark The man who has the best views on the political issues. The defense of the country comes first, not the party orreligion.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1960-11-04, Vol. 2, No. 6|
|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.|