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VOL. 4 NO. 13 JANUAKY 17, 1963 OGDEN, UTAH Praducf By Bruce Hadfield Weber College's production of the "Music Man" is well on the road to success with the cast having been selected and rehearsals scheduled for the February 26, 27, and 28 performances at Ogden High School. Special features of the whole event will be the appearance of Merideth Wilson, writer of the popular musical, in Ogden on Feb. 20. tcnsen; (understudy, Charles Gro-berg); Tommy Djilas, Jerry Wind; Marian Paroo, Sally Banc Bowles; Airs- Paroo, Sally Ann Johns; Amaryllis, Cynthia Budge and Mary Jane Hoffman; Winthrop Paroo, Richard Jones; Eulalic Makecknie Shinn, Paulette Lich-tenstein; Zaneeta Shinn, Joyce Eld-redge. More Pickalittletalkalittle Ladies, Suzanne Peterson, Leanna Bradford, Jean Groberg, Joyce Clarey. Boys' Band, Kenton Reeve, Bob Jones, Roger Brown, Duane Rogers, Scott Alberts, Dale Spaulding, Wayne Rowley, Jeff Stokes, Lyle Wiggins, Calvin Ross, Lynn S. Alvord, Gordon Johnson, David Preece, Kenneth Baird, Wayne Urie and Leon Field. Still More Town girls, Jill Parker, Laney Thorsted, Sharol Talbot, Pamela Corkey, Loleta Field. Marty Lar-kin, Andrea Abbott, Pattie Ferguson, Patte Daniels, Mona Johnson, Nancy Larsen, Gloria Kunzlcr, Nanette Jones. Carolyn Schmidt, and Kathleen Page. Cast The cast includes: Charlie, John Hale; Salesman, Bruce Ward; La-Mont Kincade, Lynn Taylor; Dennis Sedgwick, Scott Holdaway, Steve Oldroyd, Garth Palmer, and Norman Fowers; Conductor, Reed Hansen, Harold Hill, Dean Hurst; Mayor Shinn, Greg Hanson; ,antl the Barbershop Quartet School-boaVd, Lynn Boss, Bob Johnson, Frank Bentley, and Stephen Foster. . -Marcellus Washburn, Jim Chris- Orchestra, land Will Perform By LeRoy Yorgason Carol Johnson, a ninth gradt student attending Highland Junioi High School, will draw musical images on her violin when the Weber College Band and WeberCollege-Community Orchestra present their Winter Concert Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. in the Ogden High School Auditorium. The Orchestra, under the direction of Weber College instrumental musical director K. Earl Eric-ksen. will play "Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto" featuring Miss Johnson as soloist. "This is a difficult piece even for fine violinists," Mr. Ericksen said. Displayed Individual talent in the Band will be displayed by Frank Ellis playing a trumpet solo, "Trumpet Royale", and Rosemary Small accentuating a band number called "Tim-pat" on the timpani drums. Small groups coordination will come to life as David Blackinton Frank Ellis, Greg Hanson, and Lewis Mav combine in "Tournament of Trumpets" accompanied by the band. This quartet, coached by Mrs. Fayc Hanson of Ogden, will represent Utah in the Music Educators National Conference to be held in Ba.kcrsfield, California in April. r'- 7 " i r , '' , .... Jack Cannon, left, and Larry Chessly, right, listen intently as Gerald Grove, center, emphasizes some of the rules for the Barker Extemp Contest. Stydbsits Talk It Hp For The James L. Barker Extemporaneous Speaking Contest will be held January 31, in Room 108 of the UB, at 11 a.m., marking the 30th year for the event. Prizes of first and second place trophies will be given to the winners. Through junior, sophomore, and freshman B.C. classes, eliminations 'are made to one junior, one sophomore, and two freshman entries in the contest. Judges Judging the contest will be members of the ,WC faculty, as well as some community people. Dr. James L. Barker, president of Weber Stake Academy a number of year ago, founded the contest after he was convinced that no college student could be properly regarded as sufficiently well educated unless he acquired skill in the traffic of human ideas. The studentbody is encouraged to attend- Aid To Speak At W.C. Brooks Hayes, special assistant to President Kennedy, will address the studentbody on Jan. 24 at 9 a.m. in the U.B. The subject of his talk will be announced later. Mr. Hayes, a native of Arkansas, was elected in 1942 as congressman from his home district 'and served eight successive terms. Members ( For two terms he was a member of the Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. He was a member of the House Banking and Currency Committee for eight years and after 1950, served on the Foreign Affairs. As a lawyer, Mr. Hayes became intensely interested in social work and became a recognized authority on farm tenancy in the South. He has long fought for the extension of education opportunities lfor Negroes in the South and has taken an active part in inter-racial organizations. Named After his defeat for a ninth term in Congress, he was named by-former President Dwight Eisenhower to the Tennessee Valley Authority board of trustees in 1959. When Mr. Kennedy took office, he appointed Mr. Hayes as assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations. President Kennedy later named the former Arkansas congressman special assistant to the President. Scheduled Activities Board Meet- Soc- January January January 17 Alumni ing. Weber Dental iety Banquet Union Movie 18 Scholarship Meeting 19 Montana U at Ogden After Game Dance January 21 Song Fest Practice Science Dcpt AssemblyEconomics Meeting January 22 Song Fest Practice Board of Trustees January 23 Song Fest Practice - Dance Guild January 24 Song Fest Practice Variane Dance Group January 25 Jr. Prom. January 26 Symphony, Graffman, Pianist. BULLETIN All those interested in rushing this quarter must register in the Dean of Men's office, room 143, by Friday. A $2 registration fee must be paid at the time of registration.Students who rushed last quarter must sign up but do not have to pay the rush fee. A list will be posted Feb. 21 of all those who are eligible for rush.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1963-01-17, Vol. 4, No. 13|
|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.|