Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1966-10-141
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Q VOL, 26 NO. 3 ' OGDEN, UTAH OCTOBER 14, ! 966 Freshmen Pick New Officers Primary elections for freshmen cl.-.s oficers take place today in the Union Building bet2 2n 8 and 2 o'clock. Freshmen wishing to vote must have their identi-ication cards. Jerry Freeman. Joe Hoffredo, r,nd Tom Welch are contending for the office of president. Candidates for vice president include John Ferrara, Larry Willis, and Elaine Wilson. Named in the race for secretary are Daine Belnap, Ann Brunetti, and Carol Spiers. In the contest for the two freshmen senate seats are Pat Bel- nap, Marshall Campbell, Linda Child, Mike Hutchins, Gary Jensen, Mark Kaufman, Kris Peterson and Randy Scott. Voting will take place in booths, with one vote cast for president, Jerry attended Ogden High and two cast for senator. School where he served as seminary president. Last December, he received a grant from the United States Association for the United Nations that paid his way to the United Nations. Student Conference in London, England. He also won a contest sponsored by a local civic organization thai MT.t him to the United Nations last y.ummer. He is male ring in history. Joe, a student at St. Joseph's High School last year, played varsity basketball and was ac- live in the Key Club. He was one 'or five in Ihe Ogden area to be nominated to the Naval Academy. In addition, he served as his high school freshman cla.ss president. Tom is a returned missionary from the Alaskan-Canadian Mission. He was the chairman of the Freshman Kangaroo Court, and attended the leadership conference at Park City during the summer. Majoring in pre-law. he plans to do graduate work at George Washington University. Attention WSC Men Intrafraternal Council presi. dent Devon Dahl reminds all men rushing fraternities to place their fraternity preference cards in Dean Kerr's office in building one before 12:15 today. Students will meet in the Weber State Union Building tomorrow at 8 a m to "rock the WS.". It is the second attempt by Weber's studentbody officers to organize a work party for the task. The first group only totaled 30 students. "If we don't have enough students this Saturday." commented Fiance Vice President Clarence Vellinga. "we may have to hy t; a Wily , - - f V V y - r in - "In mn urn ,w . , tm .mrim V , lord Burleigh, played by Bob Wood, and Lord Leicester, played by David Yurth discuss the fate of Mary Stuart with Queen Elizabeth, played by Renetta Felt, in a scene from the stage presentation of "Mary Stuart." Tickets Available for First Utah Symphony Program Some 250 WSC students will have the opportunity to see the Utah Symphony Orchestra perform free. The orchestra, under the leadership of conductor Maurice Abravanel. will perform 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Admission ranges from $3.50 to $1.50 for the general public. However, said Dan L. Martino, concert and lectures chairman. 250 complimentary tickets will be distributed in building 1 Tuesday and Wednesday to full time students, on presentation of I. D. cards. This concert opens the orchestra's 27th Utah season after a successful European tour. The gala opening will feature an all orchestra program, including some of the highly successful symphonies played on the recent tour. ing to do it again." "Students think thay have (o carry the rocks from the Union Building to the mountain," added Activities Vice President Clifford Vellinga. "but the rocks are already there. All they have to do is move them within the boundary lines." Inter-fraternal Council President Devon Dahl has pledged the assistance of the sororities and iu, r, ...I,,..,, ;t .,.,,1 ,,,.. nf , The evening will begin with the Brahms Academic Festival Overture and close with his symphony No. 4 in E minor. Also on the program are Barber's adagio for Strings and Stravinshky's Firebird Suite from the Ballet. Six other Ogden concerts will be presented during the year. On Dec. 1, Utah's pianist Grant Johannesen will make his guest appearance. He will be followed by the ever-popular "Nutcracker Suite" scheduled for Dec. 26. There will be both a matinee and an evening performance of this Christmas special. Season tickets range from $15 to S8 with special discounts foist udents. Ogden subscribers will receive reduction rates to the orchestra's Nov. 16 concert, featuring Van Cliburn, in the Salt LakeTabernacle. cainpus organizations are attending. The major problem now is interesting those students "unattached" to the formal campus organizations to attend. According to studentbody President Jack Suttlemyre. it has taken over fifty years for the college to obtain approval for initials on the mountain. If tomorrow's "rock party" is successful, the formation will be Weber State Theatre's 1966-67 season opens tonight with' MARY STUART. The play, shown in six scenes, is a poetic tragedy depicting the conflict between Elizabeth I of England, and Mary, Queen of Scots, over the right to the throne of England. Although Mary is already condemned to die when the play opens, the court procedures, the pleas of Mary, and the confrontation scene between the two queens, make the play stirring dramatic work. It was written by the German playwright Friedrich von Schiller, one of the last plays before his death. It is considered by some authorities to be his most significant literary work. It was produced by Sir Tyron Guthrie at the Phoenix Theatre in New York in 1957, and since that time has- been on a two-year transcontinental tour, and been twice on television starring Eva Le Gal- lienne and Irene Worth. Ex-Officio Bill Overruled by Student Senate The student Senate passed one bill and defeated another in the regular meeting Monday night. The first bill, sponsored by Speaker Jerry Nebeker, would give ex-officio senate membership to ASWSC president, activities vice president, and business and finance vice president. The first vice president is already an ex-officio member and speaker under the constitution. In presenting the bill, Nebeker said student officers felt membership on the Senate would alleviate lack of communication and create a friendlier atmosphere between executive and legislative branches. Senator Cheryl Lorenc said. "Under this bill, wc would relinquish some of our rights unnecessarily. The officers are perfectly welcome to visit the Senate without this legislation." Nebeker, the only senator to speak in favor of the bill, said it would ha.ve to be sent to committee. Senator Heffernan moved that rules be suspended. A vote was taken, and the bill was overwhelmingly defeated. The second bill introduced by the speaker, proposed establishment of a student government coordinating council. The rules were again suspended and the bill was unanimously .passed. In other senate business. F. L. Chases was approved as junior supreme court justice. The ways and means committee recommended refusal of a $50 ncreascd budget appropriation for International Relations Club. Chairman Ron Parker, said the student reserve of $5,604 must be maintained to underwrite the total student budget of $79,000. Senators approved the recommendation.Nebeker informed the Senate that 1.000 yearbook pictures are being taken free, and no money has been appropriated for the nYrvnrlitnro The senators questioned Bob Hunter, yearbook, editor, about the situation, but he had no comment. Nebeker assigned the problem to the ways and means fnr further study The play is considered qusi-historical since some of the scenes, namely the confrontation scene, are not historically accurate. Schiller's extensive historical studies, and his creativity, enabled him to write these scenes. The set that will be used has been completely designed by David Barber, a senior majoring in theatre arts. This is the first time that a WSC student has been given this opportunity. Mrs. Ferron Nebeker, costume mistress, has been in charge of the elaborate costumes that will be used. The costumes are accurate of this Elizabethan era:-flowing gowns, jeweled bodices, ruffs, etc. She has been assisted by Ann Thomas, DeAnna Martin and Kathleen Johns. Those who plan to attend tonight's opening performance of MARY STUART, are invited to attend a pre-performance reception in the Little Theatre Lobby, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The play is directed by Therald Todd, and assisted by Jane Hern-don.The cast includes Renetta Felt. Elizabeth I: Ann Anderson, Mary Stuart: Robert Wood, Lord Burleigh: Da,vid Yuth, Lord Leicester: Ken Klein, Mortimer: Judy Young, Hannah Kennedy: Marvin Lovstedt. Shrewsbury: Clarence Socwell. Sir Amias Paulet: Niles Jones. Count Aubespine: Stanley Wolf. Sir Davison. Greg Geilmann, O'Kelly. and Tim Dayhuff as the page. Curtain time is 8 p.m. in the Little Theatre. Tickets are available at the Fine Arts Center Box Office. Student Heads Attend Confab Weber State College student of- ficers will return this evening from leadershiD workshops held at Brij ham Young University. -Sixteen students and three adult advisors attended the 2-day session. Representing Weber State at the Associated Student Government of Utah's Colleges and Universities were Sharon Blair. Marilyn Cottle. Carol Deegan. Jerry Nebeker. Jack Suttlemyre. Cla- rence Vellinga, Clifford Vellinga. and Steve Young. These students were selected from Weber's stu dent government and service organizations including the Signpost rewspaper. the Acor.i yearbook and the associated men's and women's councils.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1966-10-14, Vol. 26, No. 3|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|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 State 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.|