Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-01-261
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President WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST iMests 4-Yecsr V VOL. 3 NO. 12 JANUARY 26, 19G2 OGDEN, UTAII ' I & , '-V I . ( s I . y v v - I v. " ' t , , ' 5 J. f i , j ' v , i j A - 8S v 1 w AWS (Officers; Carolyn Barlow, vice pres.; Janice Kinomoto, Pres. ; and Ann Moesinger, Sec. ; try to make final arrangements for Songfest but ASIS officers; Dennis Read, Sec. Dave Bohn, vice pres; and Dave Denkers, pres; would rather practice their song for the big event next Tuesday night. eber Clubs Tune For Annual Song Fes? The annual Song Pest, which is sponsored by AWS and AMS, will be held on Jan. 30 in the Ogden High School auditorium at 8 p.m. All of the social clubs and members of Lambda Delta Sigma will participate in the eyent. The participants have spent endless hoturs perfecting their numbers, so the audience may expect a good production. Repertoire The names of the numbers to be sung and the leaders of the clubs follo,ws. 1. L.D. Director Jenee Burton; Pres. Dixie Lee. a. "Gocdby My Lover," arr. by Dale Blackburn. b. "Blow ithe Man Down." words by Gylene and Mrs. Guy Nelson. 2. Sigmia Delta Pi Director, Mike Valentine; Pres. Jack Tooley; accompanist, Janet Bell, Bill Shupe. a. "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", arr. by Mike Valentine. b. "Feiabody's Unfinished Fifth." 3. Sharmea, Director, Paulette Lichenstein; Pres. Carolyn Barlow; accompanist, Gordon Steed. a. "Jesus Walked this Lonesome Vialley," arr. Lee Kjelson. b. "Pink Persuasion," Words by Paulette Lichenstein and Sandra Chapman. 4. Otyokwa, Director, Dina Downs; Pres. Ann Fnandsen; accompanist, Virginia Stockdale. a. "Girtie", arr Charles Naylor and words by Helen Stokes. b. "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," arr Roger Wagner. 5. Phoenix, Director, Ed Freestone; Pres. Kent Van De Graff; accompanist, Bill Norris. a. "Poor Man of Lazrus," arr. Jestor Hairston. b. "Battle Hymn of the Republic", music - original melody; words Lee Witten. 6. T.K. Director, Lorilee Hayes; Pres. Jeanne Christensen; accompanist, Lorilee Hayes, DuAnn Huss. a. "Let's Travel," Lerner and Lowe. b. "Far Away Places Medley", arr. Lorilee Hayes. 7. Excelsior, Director, Brent Moon, Bill Tribe; Pres. Joe Sneddon; Accompanist, Dennis Jones. a. Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho",b. "Big Milt," words, Kent Pan-tone, Joe Sneddon. 8. L.D.S. Girls, Director Carolyn Read; accompanist LeAnna Read. a. "Mountains," arr. Kenneth Downing. b. "He Doves Me! He Loves Me Not?", words, Linda Ritchie, Cathie Gardner. Judges The judges of the contest will be, Mns. Glen L. Massey; Mrs. William Koldewyn; Mr. Edward Sandgren; Mr. Earl Johnston and Mr. Frank Parker. AWS and AMS are sponsoring a dinner for lall the judges at Bratten s Grotto at which time the judges will receive the judges sheets with 'the rules and regulations governing the contest. fhlefic Program Debaters Compete Today At U Today and tomorrow ten students are at the University or Utah competing in the Annual Junior College Invitational Tournament.The members .of the team are Ray London, Corrie Oborn, Eileen Grix, Ann Moesinger, Joian Orr, Coral Johnson, Alan Clark, Dennis Hadley, Bonnie Bambrough, Kenneth Shaw, Clair Weenig, Russell WilLoughby, Wayne Kotter, Ross Robinson, Bill Whethenston, and Doug Olson. s On Icq By Victor Ferre Discussing athletics at Weber, President Miller in a Board of Control meeting this week advised that Weber will have to change its program when it becomes a four-year college. He outlined three opportunities open to Weber College athletics in its growing to a four-iear school. The first is to increase the athletic program to compete successfully a g a i n st four-year colleges of comparable size, and maybe occasionally win a few championships. Competing Schools The schools against whom Weber will be competing would have a studentbody of about 4,000 and would consist of such schools as the University of Idaho, the University of Montana, and Idaho State. The cost of competing in this class would naise athletic expenses about 500 and most of this added expense would come from studentbody assessments, probably in the form of athletic expenses upon registering he said. This wo'uld raise the athletic fee of $10 to about $30. Second Alternative The second alternative is to play only small colleges. He pointed out that this would draw poor crowds at games and keep interest low, but that the budget would be muoh smaller and less additional funds would be needed. Third Choice The third choice is to drop the most expensive athletic sport, football, and concentrate mainly on basketball, track, skiing and swimming. Here Weber cculd compete successfully with much larger colleges. President Miller said that no action has been taken on any of these proposals but that they will be taken before the Board of Trustees and the studentbody later when the details are worked out and costs more accurately determined. On icy streets, always lock your brakes when skidding, it makes the job more artistic This seems to be the principle by which a lot of campus drivers have been projecting their ton-and-a-half of Destruction around local byways.However, the Driver Education Department has issued a set of driving tips for the bad weather conditions we are faced with for a few weeks yet. Driving Tips Bad weather is ia condition thai cautions: Slow down! Reduced speed is yo'ur best weapon against snow and rain or muddy and icy pavements. Use tire chains when pavementu are snowy or icy. At 20 mph it takes a car without chains 69 feet bo stop on packed snow. With chains on rear wheels the car can stop in 40 feet. On glare ice at 20 mph a car without chains needs 169 feet to stop, however, chains reduce the stopping distance to 88 feet. Use Chains If you must drive on slippery surfaces without tire chains, keep an even pressure on the accelerator. Taking the foot off the pedal suddenly and braking quickly is likely to cause a skid. Watch out for ice patches or seemingly dry pavements. Ice patches are particularly treacherous beyond hillcrests, around curves, and bridges and in shaded spots. Windshield Clear Keep the windshield clear at .all times. Do not allow ice and snow to accumulate on windows, especially on rear windows. Carry an ice scraper to clear off ice and snow that cannot be removed by windshield wipers. Proper vehicle maintenance is a must at this time of year. Pay special attention to defrosters, heaters, fog-lights, windshield wipers, and steering mechanism.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-01-26, Vol. 3, No. 12|
|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.|