Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-12-071
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gisfrar Urge: GwisoniiYerviews n .J. VOL. 4 NO. 10 DECEMBER 7, 1962 OGDEN, UTAH Lecture Series Features "Three Worlds Off Peru" "Three Worlds of Peru," an exciting film of South America, will be presented on Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Ogden High auditorium by world traveler Eric Pavel. Students will be admitted free on activity card. Highlights of the film will be a trip to the desert coast where the seiat of the Spanish Viceroys was found, the Towering Andes, crad-dle of the Inca Empire, and the Jungle Lowlands, with a trip along the Amazon from the headwaters to the Brazilian border. Things Featured Among the things that will be featured in the various places are the pre-Columbian ruins in the desert, the fortress of Sacsahua-man, Machu Pichu, the last Inca hideout, and the lives of primitive indians. Mr. Pavel was born in Europe and obtained degrees in both engineering and economics. He speaks six languages 'including perfect English. He has traveled extensively and has appeared on several television programs. Tryouts Soon For Next Arena Play Word from the drama department reminds students that copies of the three remaining Weber College Theater plays, Five Finger Exercise, The Rainmaker, and Rashomon, are available at the library reserve desk for those interested in auditioning. The winter quarter Arena Theater will feature Five Finger Exercise, and it will be directed by John M: Elzey, with try-outs scheduled for Dec. 10 through 12 at 3 p.m. in Room 212. -The play, a fast-moving family drama, requires two women, one mature, the other a young teenager, ,and three men, one mature and the other two college age. Five Finger Exercise will be presented Feb. 5 through 9. By LeRoy Yorgason "The importance of every student having an interview with his assigned faculty advisor before registration cannot be overemphasized," Mr. Milton Mecham, Registrar, said this week. "The key to the new registration procedure is the interview with ycur assigned .advisor prior to the day of registration. This will enable you to make sure the classes for which you register will satisfy the necessary requirements for graduation." Lists of names posted on the bulletin boards indicate the date on which each individual student thould report to register. The Class Schedule pamphlet indicates the proper time of day that each student should be present. In the event that any student fails to meet his designated registration appointment, he will postpone his registration until Jan. 2, 1963. Contrary to previous procedures, students will now enter the Technical Education Building by the West door on the lower floor, follow the directions to a room indicated by an alphabetical system and pick up a registration packet. Directly from there, he reports to one of the large registration rooms indicated by his major and Girls Shine Debaters Continue Win-Sfreali By Catherine Harline With 59 colleges represented in the Western Association of Teachers of Speech Tournament, Weber remained well above average. Ann Moesinger and Corrie Oborn, upper division students, were in the finals in Oratory and received a certificate of distinction in that field. They also won three out of five debates in the tournament. Clair Weenig and James Sawyer also won three out .of five debates in the lower division contest, as did Joan Orr and Coral Johnson.Freshman Catherine Hurst teamed with Sandra Shaw, and Ron Patterson with Sheryl Morris to win two and lose three. On Jan. 25 a debate taurnament for lower division students will be held at the University of Utah, and all debate students who are able to attend will do so. Weber will be represented at the Desert Invitational meet which wilL be held at the University of Arizona in Tuscon, Feb. 20. Weber will conduct its annual high school debating tournament ' M k t Feb. 15-16. Three states will be represented ana including onidais, Oorrie Oborn and Ann Moesinger 1400 participants are expected. fills out a trial work sheet of classes desired, which is signed by his advisor. He then obtains class cards from the various divisions and then returns to his advisor and fills out a permanent class program which is also signed by his advisor. From there he goes bo the checking desks, and completes his registration as usual. "If students will follow directions given, we will cut registration time in half," Mr. Mecham aid. Artists Set Exhibition Off Realism "Living Masterpieces", sponsored by the Ogden Palette Club in cooperation with Weber College, will be presented free of charge Dec. 7 on the lower campus in the Moench building at 8 p.m. With several Ogden clubs as contributors, fourteen masterpieces will be represented in realistic tradition. This production is under the co-direction of Prof. Farrell Col-lett, head of the WC art department, Mrs. S. P. Dobbs and B. Y. Andelin. WC will be represented by the presentation of Walter Kuhn's The Trio. Musical selections will be under the direction of J. CLair Andersen, Music Coordinator. Mrs. Henry Zitzman will be the narrator."Students and faculty will be well paid for attending this presentation" stated Prof. Collett this veek. SPECIAL NOTICE Any student owing a traffic fine will not be allowed to register for Winter Quarter. Students must clear these fines before Dec. 17. The cashier's office WILL NOT BE OPEN to accept these fines on Registration days, Dec. 18., 19. .
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-12-07, Vol. 4, No. 10|
|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.|