Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1961-02-241
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One of itheae O. T. beauties will reign over the Sweetheart Ball with her Exoels counterpart tonight. The girls are (1 to r) Susan Anthony, Sally Mason, Barbara Parker, Virginia Clifford and Ann Frandsen. LADY IN THE TUB Should fMo By Mary Ellen Ryan I Signpost Staff Writer Question: Do you think Weber College students should be allowed to smoke in the New Union building ? Carole Fisher: Students haven't been allowed to smoke in the TUB and I feel that we should not allow those few students who do smoke cause an undesirable and unpleasant atmosphere in this new building. There should be certain rooms they can smoke in according to Keith Shupe: "In most Union Buildings in other colleges there is a place set aside for relaxation and smoking." Touchy Subject Sherrma Smith: "This is a very touchy subject to just say yes or no to. I feel that the decision of smoking or not smoking is up to the majority of people using the new building." Has Its Place "I think smoking has it's place, and the Union Building isn't the place for it. It isn't the right atmosphere because so many stu dents don't smoke here," said Benn Mendoza. Not Harmful Clell Lambertson: feels that smok ing is a matter of preference and not harmful to anyone other than the smoker. "In colleges in other states people are not prejudiced against smoking and they have a place set aside for it. It would look better it students were smoit Smelling' Be ing in a designated place and not hanging around outside the buildings smoking." Sodimae Anderson: "In most pub lic places throughout the country smoking isn't allowed where there are large gatherings of people because everyone does not like the smoke from cigarettes or cigars." COEDS VOTE avesiport Is By Frances Carr Signpost Society Editor Associated Students Secretary Barbara Davenport was named friendliest girl on campus Monday night at the annual Friendship Banquet. Approximately 135 girls and special guests attended the ban-mipt. to which all women students were invited. The best dress affair was held at Harman's Cafe this year, Takai Kyoto Social Club acting as hostess. The sponsorship nf the bancmet rotates anions' the women's clubs and campus organ izations and will De sponsored next year by La Dianaeda. All clubs participate each year in the special program that is a U. of U. Presents Famous Symphony Rppthinven's Ninth Symphony, thefirst symphony to have choral parts, will be presented by the University of Utah combined chorus and soloists. They will be accompanied by the Utah Symphony Orchestra. The program, to be presented on March 3, at 8:30 in the Ogden High School Auditorium, will also feature Mozart's Symphony number thirty-six. WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST Vol. 2 No. 15 February 24, 1961 OGDEN, UTAH To Jl 1 la The "Sweethearts of Otyokwa and Excelsior" capture the limelight tonight at the annual Sweetheart Ball sponsored by these two social clubs. A pretty girl and a handsome boy, chosen by film stars Doris Day and Cary Grant, will reign at this traditional dance. Sweetheart candidates are: Ann Frandsen, Virginia Clifford, Barbara Parker, Sally Mason, Susan Anthony, Doug Cox, Lynn Smith, Kent Pantone, Jerry Lynch, Harry Campbell. The candidates were selected by club members of Otyokwa and Excelsior several months ago. The winners will be announced during intermission. The dance is being held in the Elk's Lodge Ballroom and begins at 9:00 p.m. Tickets may be pur- Friendly Girl traditional feature of the banquet. The theme this year was "Friendship Around the World." Voting Voting for the friendliest girl was reserved for the ladies and was conducted by Takai Kyoto in the hall of building 3 last week. Each voter was asked to list five sophomore candidates for the honor. Miss Davenport who was selected Outstanding Sophomore Girl earlier this year received a special "friendship" bracelet in recognition of her achievement. Miss Davenport It ; g i iicels chased from any O.T. or Excels member. The orchestra is Dave Jorgensen. The dress is semi-formal.A color scheme of red, white and pink will carry out the valentine theme. Chairmen of the event are Stacy Goodliffe and Christine Nelson. The officers of both clubs have also assisted with the preparations. Linda Stromberg and Kent Pantone are the club presidents. s Readies Snow Frolic Is everybody ready for a day fun in the snow? Well we hope you are, for that day will soon be here. The Annual Snow, Carnival sponsored by the Freshman Class will be held on Friday March 3 at Snow Basin with festive activities begining at 1 p.m. There is fun and refreshments for the entire studentbody. Highlight Every year a highlight of the carnival are the intramural skiing races in which Sigma Delta Pi, has captured top honors the majority of the years. All social clubs on campus will be trying their hardest to best each other in the snow sculpturing contest which this year has the theme "Current Affairs". Another added attraction this year will be snow-shoe races. As you can see, it all sounds like a real collegiate hay-day. Plan now on attending. Comedy Concerns Maritial Problems Public Relations at Weber College received another shot in the arm last Tuesday afternoon as Mr. T. Leonard Rowley presented a one-act play "Forbidden Fruit" to the Officers Wives Club at Hill Air Force Base. The comedy, consisting of five characters, will be presented again tonight and tomorrow night for Ogden service clubs.. The comedy deals with the eternal problem of "Love and Marriage".
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1961-02-24, Vol. 2, No. 15|
|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.|