Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1964-05-011
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May 1, 1964 OGDEN, UTAH VOL. 5, NO. 24 " :;' fX ' J. ' Ralph Den A f I to r 1 -o ''I CO I B (5 0 ! Degn Wins Trophy At National Show Pianist Ralph Degn was awarded a trophy and a $100 scholarship as a result of winning the Sweepstakes competition in the National Intercollegiate Talent Show at USU, April 25. Competing against 11 contestants from colleges in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming, Degn won the over-all competition and made this the second consecutive year of top honors for Weber State. As an additional award, Degn will have the opportunity to appear in the forthcoming Utah State Fair. Sophs Stomp The Sophomore Class will present their Stampede Stomp on May 5 at 8 p.m. in the UB. Admission is 50c per person, but seniors will be admitted free. LeRoy Davis and his Upsetters will provide music. Dress is Bermuda shorts. "This will be your last chance to live it up before summer," said Tex Bourland, class president. "We hope that you will all attend."Tech Seniors Get Ford Job Offers The Ford Motor Company of Yp-silanta, Michigan, has offered jobs to two seniors of the Technical Division. Kent Robertson and Neil Brow-den, Tool and Manufacturing Engineering Technology majors, will leave in June for Michigan. Brow-den, working as a safety engineer in manufacturing will receive $700 monthly, plus a yearly cost of living allowance. Robertson will train in Producing and Manufacturing Engineering for two years at the Ford Motor Training School. His salary will be $625 a month in addition to a $250 yearly living allowance. In a letter to Dean Dayley, Mr. E. Weber of the Ford Company, stated, "Our division has interviewed several of your current graduates in engineering fields and find them quite well suited to our operations. These gentlemen have been a definite credit to your college and we would be quite interested in talking to other WSC graduates who may have an interest in positions with the Ford Motor Company." These interviews may be conducted at Ford's regular tours next year. In addition, Ford has sent applications for Juniors wishing summer employment with their company.1WSC STUDENT INJURED IN TWO-CAR COLLISION Dean W'alker, a recent member of Sigma Delta Pi, was hurt last week in an accident up Ogden Canyon. With him were Gary Rohmer and Jon Robinson, another Sigma member.Walker's injuries consist of a broken back, abrasions and various internal injuries. He is a graduate of Bonneville. High School, where he was active in many extra-curricular events. Driver of the car was Jon Robinson, a fellow alumni of Bonneville. Shakespeare Honored lo Last Moeoch Play , I WoVlOV 5Cl0 Tlnoofi.n v j -v f V- j-i Left to right: Dean Stokes, Warren Harms, Nancy Cheney, Pat Andreason, Robert Morris, Judy Rowland. Ladies and gentlemen of the court enjoy a stately pavan. Final elections for AMS, AWS, and class officers will take place today from 8 till 2 p.m. Two hundred and 27 students voted in the primaries held last Friday. Winners are: Senior Class. President: Fred Brown, Dick Miller; Vice President: Lynn Boss; Secretary: Louise Taylor; Senators: Larry Smith, Louis Bertram. Junior Class. President: Doug Cox, Jay Gardner; Vice President: Brent Pulsipher, Greg Hanson; Secretary: Nancy Cox, Sue Garner; Senators: Dale Child, Val Parrish, Perry Fifield, and Dean Stokes. Sophomore Class. President: Benson Clarifies 'Society Stand Reed A. Benson, one of the most sought after speakers in America during the 1956 presidential campaign, will speak before the students in rooms 106-108 of the Union Building on May 4 at noon. Mr. Benson is sponsored by the Films & Lecture Committee. Mr. Benson is the eldest son of Ezra Taft Benson, former U.S. secretary of agriculture. He is a graduate of the Brigham Young University College of Political Science. During the period of the Korean War he served as an Air Force Chaplain. He has recently served as confidential assistant to the U.S. Veterans administrator, Summer G. Whittier. Benson is presently serving as the Utah-Southern Idaho coordinator for the John Birch Society. Mr. Benson has always been associated with politics, and has traveled extensively and talked with many of the world leaders and heads of state, including personal interviews with the Khru- Terry Hale, Doug Twede; Vice President: Orluff Opheikens, Carolyn Saam; Secretary: Gerri Strong; Senators: Winslow Hurst, Dick Christensen, Johnny Jones and Nancy Wilson. The AMS finalists for President are: Joe Sneddon, Brian Florence; Vice President: Steve Hod-son, Ed Traven; Secretary: Ray Fowers, Jon O'Dell. For AWS President: Connie Hill, Joyce Christensen; Vice President: Bobbe Dabling, Judy Mad-sen; Secretary: Margene Berghout and Bonnie Mason. All students with activity cards are eligible to vote. ANNUAL SHOW 2 Orchestras Play At Spring Concert The annual spring concert will be held on May 6 at 4 p.m. in the Ogden High School Auditorium. Admission is free of charge. The Weber State College Orchestra and the Weber State - Community Symphony will perform under the direction of Donald D. Threlkeld. Mr. Threlkeld, who is in his first year at Weber, formerly taught at Ogden High. The program will consist of the following compositions: Children's Dance by Howard Hanson, Ravel's Bolero, Rumanian Dances by Bartok, Eirst Movement of Schubert's Symphony No. 7 and will conclude with Symphony No. 2 by Hanson. The two orchestras will combine forces for the finale. shchev family, the editor of Izves-tia, and Mrs. Gromyko. Benson is expected to clarify the Birch Society's stand. Weber State Theatre will close out its . career in the Moench Auditorium with a special tribute to the 400th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare in the form of a presentation on May 7, 8, 9, of "The Winter's Tale," under the direction of John M. Elzey. Tickets now are on sale at the cashier's office in the Social Science Building, and will go on sale May 4 at the Municipal Park ticket office. General admission is $1.50, while WSC students with activity cards will be admitted free. A special preview performance of "The Winter's Tale" will be held May 6 at 8 p.m. for all high school and junior high school students. Teachers interested in making reservations for entire classes should call Mr. T. Homer Johnston at 394-3491, Ext. 240. A special student price at 75c will be offered for this performance only. The Winter's Tale, written in 1610-11, is among Shakespeare's last plays. It is staged as it was written, and its combination of tragedy, comedy and unearthly poetry has proved very effective in the theatre. Leontes, King of Sicilia, unreasonably suspects his wife, Her-mione, of infidelity with Polixenes, Leontes' boyhood friend. Leontes' passion is unreasonable and obsessive, and he seeks to poison his friend. Polixenes escapes, and the King's jealousy is concentrated on Heimione, whom he throws into prison. A child now born to Her-mione is disowned by the King, who commands that it be abandoned, but the Delphic Oracle proclaims Hermione's innocence. Leontes is not convinced until the death of his heir and the reported death of his wife. The abandoned child, Perdita, survives and is, years later, courted by Prince Florizel of Bohemia; the King of Bohemia opposes the supposedly unequal match. The lovers flee to Sicilia, and a happy ' solution occurs. : Director John M. Elzey has selected an outstanding cast j composed mainly of Weber State students and alumni with a sprinkle of community actors for seasoning.Those who are taking advantage of the opportunity to recreate Mr. Shakespeare's people are: Leontes, Iraj Sami; Hermione, Joan Silver; Polixenes, Ken Post; Paulina, Judy Butler; Perdita, Mar-lynn Neuberger; Autolycus, Steve Parker; Florizel, Gale Harms. Clown, Robert Morris; Old Shepherd, James E. Miller; Camillo, Wayne Vaughn; Antigonus, Roger Christoffersen; Archidamus, Warren Harms; Emilia, Nancy Cheney; Mopsa, Sally Todd; Dorcas, Pat Andreasen; Ladies of the Court, Judy Rowland, Joyce Eld-redge and Rosalba Booth. A Jailer, Steve Shelton; Cleo-menes, Doug Cox; Dion, Ron Simpson; Gentleman, Dean Stokes; Ma-millius, Richard Clayton. Kerry Cramer is the assistant to the director.Costumes were designed by Mr. Dee J. Lafon of the Department of Art.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1964-05-01, Vol. 5, No. 24|
|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.|