Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-10-051
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DEDICATION TO BE SOON S nil.. A.ii OCTOBER 5, 1962 OGDEN, UTAH z&r - "X i !; a Tlie facility of the $1,250,000 gym will soon be ready for students and facility members. Doors To Open On $1,250,000 Gym "Completion of the gym will be soon, and students and faculty are expected to move in shortly President Miller stated last week. Seating for the $1,250,000 structure will be 5,500; hewever, "it is possible that one balcony will not be ready when basketball season opens," Thair Blackburn said. In that event, there will be a seating capacity for 4,000. The gym will have facilities for carrying on a full education program, including ,a swimming pool 72' by 36' in dimension. The pool has a balcony spectator section for 300. Other Features Other features are lockers and showers for men and women, three classrooms, offices for the physical education staff and coaches, a ticket ofice, press box, handball and volleyball courts and dancing areas. When the contract was given to the Battilyon Construction Co. of Salt Lake in December .of 1960, they estimated the job would be finished within 340 days; however, a high water table wias encountered when workmen started digging the foundation, throwing the schedule into delays. Dorms Pushed Up On Building Slate "Plans for the Fine Arts Building and dormitories are coming along very well," President Miller said recently. Due to the states fiscal condition, the $1.8 million for the auditorium will not be appropriated until next spring. This delay in the construction start means that the auditorium will not be ready for use until 1965. The Fine Arts center will be built southeast of the U.B. In addition to the auditorium, the center will include a theater unit, complete music department, classrooms, speech offices, and public spaces. Seat Capacity The auditorium will have an 1,800 seat capacity, and the theater will seat about 300. Keith W. Wilcox is the architect. A detailed application for the location and operating facilities for the dormitories will be submitted for approval. Upon the approval oi the board, the architect, Sterling R. Lyons will start drawing the plans. By January the administration hopes the plans will be ready for bids. The dorm are expected to be ready in 1964, and there will be facilities for approximately 100 men and 100 women in board and room dorms and 72 men and 72 women in housekeeping units. CGilHRG OTTEiUCTlCnS Today 12:00 - Orientation meeting for Prospective Women Rush-ees in U.B. 106 5:00 - Orientation Meeting for Prospective Men Rushees in U.B. 106 9:00 - Flamingo Dance in Hoted Ben Lomond Crystal Ballroom Monday 12:00 Nominating Assembly for Freshman ClassOfficers. hes Eleesdy To Roll Girl's Rushes Rush week Will begin next Monday, October 8, for all girls who plan to join social clubs this fall. A fee of two dollars, due today Friday, October 5, is payable in the Office cf the Deans. This fee helps defray expenses incurred by the Interclub Council prior to and during rush. On the night of October 8, girl rushees will convene at the college Union Building for the first rush session. Individual cards, filled out prior to rush and which must be picked up at the Deans' office after 10:30, the morning of October 8, will direct the girls to their hourly sessions with each club. State Preference At the close of the evening, when each girl has her card stamped for attending ,all rushes, she will state on her card a preference of three out of four clubs she desires to visit on the follow-!nr Wednesday. The cards m"st then be turned in, either that Mrht or the following morning before 8:30. Cards are arain picked up after 10:30, Wednesday morning. The same procedure is followed Wednesday night, bt the rushee visits only three clubs. Cawis are once again turned in ; this time with a preference for visits to only two social clubV -i Final Rush Fridav, October 12, is the final on-campus rush. Rushees again obtain their cards on Friday morning and attend sessions of snly two clubs that evening. Cards are returned that evening with a list of the clubs in the order of each rushees' preference. This concludes rush week. The Social Clubs cf La Dianaeda Otyokwa, Sharmea and Takai Kyoto will then sponsor individual off-campus rushes, on October 15, and 16. Invitations for these rushes will be available at the Deans' office. On October 17, rushees will turn in to the Dean's office, before noon their final preferences. Boy's Rushes Rush sessions for male rushees will take place on Tuesday, October 9, from 7:00 to 9 00 p.m. at the U. B. A fee of two dollars, payable before and on Friday, October 5, is required for all men who plan to rush. This fee may be paid at the Deans' Office. Visit Clubs On Tuesday night, October 9. half of the male rushees will visit the clubs of Phoenix, Excelsior, and Sigma, The remaining half will attend the rush on Thursday, October 11 following the same procedure. Information concerning which night and in what order to attend these rushes will be available at the Deans' office. The Men's clubs will then sponsor off-campus parties preceding the date of October 29, when final preferences must be turned by all rushes, to the Deans' office. Bids are then sent o:ut by each club. Want To Rush? Then Read On Orientation .for all freshmen girls Will be held at twelve noon today, October 5, in the U.B. room 106. Mrs. Marva Gregory, . Dean of Women, will speak to the rushees concerning procedures to be followed during Rush Week which begins Monday, October 8. Club presidents will be present to help answer any questions from the rushees. A men's orientation meeting will be held tonight at 5.00 p.m. in room 106. Information on rush procedure will be provided by Alle-n Dayley the Dean of Men. and Dr. Merle E. Allen, Dean of Students. Presidents of the men's clubs will be on hand for a short discourse on their respective clubs and to answer any questions posed by the rushees. Elks Semeh For Scholurship Seekers THE ELKS NATIONAL FOUN DATION Trustees announce that $4110,000 in scholarship awards will be distributed at the 1963 Grand Lodge Session. The following scholarships will be given to the students who win: First Award Second Award Third Award Fourth Award Fifth Award Sixth Award Five Awards Ten Awards Fifty Awards $ 1,500 1,400 1,300 1,200 1,100 1,000 4,500 8.000 35,000 Anyone Any student in the graduating class of a high or college prep-atory schcol, or in any undergraduate class (except senior) of a recognized college, who is a citizen of the United States of America and resident within the jurisdiction of the order, may file an application.Scholarship, citizenship, personality, leadership, preserverance, resourcefulness, patriotism, general worthiness and financial need are the criteria by which applicants will be judged.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-10-05, Vol. 4, No. 2|
|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.|