Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1961-04-141
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1 Oandiclates for Freshman Queen are (1 to r) Ann Frandsen, Sherma Smith, Sue Crouch, Carolyn Barlow, Corrie Oborn, Ann Moesinger, Eileen Grix, Sadimae Anderson, and Carole Fisher. WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST VOL. 2 NO. 20 APRIL 14, 1961 OGDEN, UTAH w Students Trek To Polls To Elect 1961-62 Officers Weber College studentbody elections for 1961-62 are now well-under way after the primary voting yesterday. All day students went in and out of the voting booths, located in the Technical Building, the TUB, and Building 3. Candidates Those in the race for officers are: President: Dave Denkers, Val Par-rish, Brent Pulsipher, Dennis Wood. Vice President: Carolyn Barlow, Jo Faulkner, Alice Hollist, Carolyn Kennedy, Oorrie Oburn, John Shaw, Sherma Smith. Treasurer: Charles Green, Kay Matsumura, Dennis Weir. Business Manager: Roger Bam-brough, Dennis Butt, Max Brown. Finalists will be announced Tonight at the dance Election Rules The election committee has set up rules to govern the election and casting of ballots. 1. No electioneering or soliciting votes shall be allowed in election day upon the floor of any Weber College building in which election booths are located. 2. Booths are provided for voters, and but one student is allowed to vote in each booth at one time. 3. One ballot only to each voter. Sample ballots are posted. Infraction of rules by any individual or organization may cause suspension of that individual's or organization's right to vote. Kathee Reeder, elections committee chairman, reminds all stu dents that Weber College needs well qualified leaders tor student-body officers. Kathee says., "Use your democratic right VOTE IN ALL, ELECTIONS ! ! !" (see Editorial p. 2) Final Lecture Tomorrow Night "The Right to Live" is the title of the Audubon Lecture to De presented by Chester P. Lyons tomorrow night in the Moench Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Mr. Lyons will De mere to ex-nlain his film on nlant and animal life in British Columbia. His film shows nature through ail life zones from the seashore, across the timber line, to the tops of the Hanadian Rockies. .This will be the final Audubon Lecture of the season. All stu dents in the Life Sciences must he there Dr. O. Whitney Young, Division chairman, urges anyone who is interested in the beauty of nature bo make this lecture a must on nis agenda. ueefii Crowsied Aft 5 y Nine Coeds Vie For Title By Eloise McQuown Get in swing with the "Spring Fling" say the Fresh man Class who are presenting their dance tonight at 9 in the College Ballroom. Highlight of the evening will be the announcing of the Freshman Queen. Candidates are: Sadimae Anderson, Carolyn Barlow, Sue Crouch, Carole Fisher, Ann Frandsen, Eileen Grix, Corrie Oborn, Ann Moesinger, and Sherma Smith. These girls were selected by the various girl's social clubs on campus and by the Associated Women's Students. The queen will be selected by popular vote of the student body. Frosh In Charge Freshman officers in charge of the affair are: Ann Frandsen, Cherie Jensen, Susan Anthony, and Dennis Wood. Admission is $1.00 per couple. The dress is heels and hose. Also announced at the dance Will be the finalists for student body officers. Gym Completion Slated For 62 By Larry Peer Signpost Staff Writer The Weber College Gymnasium is scheduled to be the next building to be finished in the campus building program. This new addition will provide the facilities needed to better serve the students of Weber. The contractor for the building Bettilon and Co. from Salt Lake City. President of the company, Mr. Leu Bettilyon, says, "We expect to have the gymnasium for 1962's basketball season." The clearing is completed and most of the foundation has been poured. There is a creW of about twenty-five men working on the completion of the foundation at the present time. This building is located iust above and to the south of the new Union Building, and will overlook the present campus and the Weber Valley. It will include game rooms, swimming, pool, basketball playing floor offices, dressing rooms, and team rooms. TWO IN THE TUB Party Or Program For UB Opening By .Mary Ellen Ryan and Jim Sass Question: How should the opening of the new Union Building be celebrated ? Bonnie Fondren; "Have a big carnival with eats, and boys, and games, and boys, and a big jolly time." Rick Gunnerson; "A party to commemorate those who helped pay for it." Mr. Delmar Dickson said they should celebrate it by inviting the Governor, our new 12 man board, students, faculty and all those responsible and have a big, nice program. Cherie Lindsay; "A big formal dance, with pastries and orchestra and students in charge." Joyce Eldridge and John Elzey; "Whatever it is, it should be in good taste." Famed Pianist To Appear At Concert Leonard Pennario, famed concert pianist, will appear on the Community Concert program April 18, at 8:15, at the Ogden High Auditorium. Mr. Pennario has appeared with every, major symphony orchestra in the United States. In January he returned from his sixth tour of Europe. There he has scored a succession of triumphs. His success in the field of recording is unparrelleled by any pianist of his generation. More than forty of his Capitol recordings have appeared regularly on Billboard's roster of "Most Popular Classical Records." In a listing of the best selling records since the introduction of the LP, Pennario had five.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1961-04-14, Vol. 2, 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.|