Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1953-02-271
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VOLUME XVI weetlfaearts' to be Presented I A5) V J MALCOLM NORMA CLIFTON Z VJ CAROL PAT The Otyokwa Squaws and the Big "E" men are busily attending to last minute details on preparation for their annual Sweetheart Ball to be held Friday at 9 p.m. in the W. C. ballroom. A special feature of this dance, which promises to be one of the greatest events on the Weber social calendar, will be the crowning of the club sweethearts, chosen by Hollywood motion picture stars, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh. The sweethearts will be selected by these two personalities from photographs of the ten Weber College candidates and announced at intermission by our own President H. A. Dixon. Otyokwa's wmmmmmmm pii.w.wmi uvju u $ GEORGE candidates for the Sweetheart title are Richard Peterson, Stuart Stringham, George Boiteux, Clifton Rippon, and Malcolm Dalton. Excelsior candidates are Bee Johnston, Gale Cullipiore, Pat Nilsson, Norma Erickson and Carol Hun-saker.The Roy Brooks Combo, featured in the Combo Room of the Rainbow Randezvous, will furnish music for the affair. Semi-formal apparel will be fitting for the occasion, and corsages are not in order. Tickets may be purchased from any Excelsior or Otyokwa member for $1.50. !Y'YJ: "V. ; 5 m ! ft"- BEE FEBRUARY 27, 1953, OGDEN, UTAH 5 M STEWART 'VS. i GALE r " "" I I J 'J RICHARD Otyokwa and Excelsior Organizations Present Extravaganza, 'Sweetheart Ball' JANET LEIGH AND TONY CURTIS CHOOSE ROYALTY Stewart Stringham Stands 5' 9" tall, and is known as .a lady-killer with his blue eyes and dark brunette hair. A fellow who likes to laugh at life. Pat Nilsson is a tall lovely blond with plenty of sparkling personali-': ty. She gets a thrill out of life in general, and takes special interest in dancing, swimming and skiing. Pat's an all around good sport. Malcolm Dalton is a new face on the Weber campus this quarter, and a mighty handsome face at that. He is 6 feet 1 inch up in the air and has blonde hair and blue eyes. Norma Erickson is also among the five beauties representing Excelsior. She's pert and trim and especially famous for her friendly smile. Norma is the only Soph among the candidates. George Boiteux is a freshman at W. C. this year. Originally a native of Switzerland, George has lived in Ogden for 3 years and is a graduate of Weber High. He is 5 feet 10 inches, has black hair and brown eyes, and a contagious good nature. Gale Cullimore is a sweet little gal with a quiet way about her. She has sandy blond hair and soft blue eyes. She shows a genuine in Students Must Apply Immediately For College Deferment Tests; Application Deadline is March 9 By DAVID LINDSAY Applications for the 1953 Selective Service Qualification Test must be submitted immediately. The test will be given only on April 23 and applications must be postmarked before midnight, March 9. "About 300 Weber men must take the exam or lose their chances to utilize this means for draft deferment after the first deferment (I-S-C) expires," says Dean A. Gardner, Military Advisor.Test application blanks can be obtained from the local Draft Boards upon presentation of a statement from the college Registrar's office which certifies cur. rent enrollment in college Generally speaking, an I-S-C deferment gives every student a deferred status to demonstrate to his draft board his capacity to contribute to the national "health, safety, or interest" through continued college study. I-S-C deferment is given to "any registrant who is satisfactorily pursuing a full-time course of instruction at a college, university, or similar institution of learning, and is ordered to report for induction during his academic year. The student should bear in mind that in order to be classified in Class I-S he must have a 1-A classification and be ordered for Armed Force physical examination. If found acceptable, he will be ordered for induction. He must also be re-classified in Class I-S-C if satisfactorily car. rying a full-time1 course in college work. It should be understood that an order to report for a physical examination and an order to report for induction are prerequisite steps to an I-S-C classification. Number 9 Tonight terest in her many friends who will all agree that Gale is really a doll. Clifton Rippon is spending his first term at Weber College this quarter after giving the B. Y. U. a whirl. Clifton is about 6 feet with green eyes and brunette hair. Besides being a good looking guy he is also musically talented and has acted as student director of the pep band. Carol Hunsaker is a new beauty on the campus. She is a graduate of Box Elder High School, where she made a great showing on the swimming team. She is a cheerful, happy-go-lucky kind of gal. Lots of fun to have around. Bee Johnston is a pretty dark haired girl and a lady every inch. This talented young miss is exceptionally outstanding in dancing and dramatics, and is a freshman this year at Weber. "Beetle" is the name by which she is informally known by her friends. Richard Peterson is so tall, with natural wavy hair and hazel eyes. As you no doubt already know, Dick is a great ski enthusiast, and took top honors recently in the Intermountain Jr. College Ski meet. He is a sophomore at Weber and a pre-med major. Students who obtain a test score of 70 or better will be eligible for deferment consideration by their local Board. The registrant's civic and moral responsibility, industry, integrity, and scholastic ytanding will be considered in the II-S deferment.All courses of study should be equally significant in rewarding the II-S deferment. Selective Service officials have endorsed the following statement of the National Manpower Council to be an accurate explanation of the scope of the II-S deferment: "Training in the physical sciences, engineering, or medicine has obvious and immediate importance in a period of partial mobilization. Yet it is folly to believe that only these specialists add strength to the nation. Freedom of choice of a career and of work can be realized under conditions of partial mobilization A policy which permits qualified students in all recognized fields of study to be considered for deferment protects an essential freedom which should not be abridged except for the most compelling reasons." For those who qualify for the II-S deferment and do not receive a United States News and World Report bulletin, the following is quoted therefrom: "Any board which refuses to defer a qualified student finds that its decision is set aside on appeal to the State Board, which follows the regulations on this point. Appeals should be undertaken within 10 days after the student has been notified that he has been refused an II-S classification."
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1953-02-27, Vol. 16, No. 9|
|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.|