Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1964-03-061
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AAA WEBER STATE COL L E G E MARCH 6, 1964 OGDEN, UTAH VOL 5, NO. 18 l- I. n """"K f', Helen Carr Nyla Barrett Elaine Wayment ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART EXHIBIT COMES TO WSC Weber College's Social Science Division is sponsoring the appearance of a travelling Glen Canyon Art and Archaeology Exhibit under the direction of C. Melvin Aikens, curator of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Utah. Contained in the exhibit will be art objects and artifacts of the Indians in the Glen Canyon area dating between 1000 to 1200 A.D. There will be some photographic exhibits as well depicting the work of the project as well as probable theories as to the life and leisure of the natives of the Glen Canyon area. In addition, a 16 mm sound and color movie on the Archaeological Project will be shown at 8:30 on the opening night of the show. The exhibit will come to Weber on March 9 and continue through March 14. Mr. Aikens will be on hand to discuss the exhibit and to guide interested viewers. Mr. James Haseltine, director of the Salt Lake Art Center, and the Utah State Wide Archaeological Society are the cosponsors of this exhibit. Pianist to Appear Pianist Byron Janis will play at the Ogden High School Auditorium tomorrow, March 7, at 8:30 p.m. Admission is free for students. Tickets are available at the Treasurer's Office on presentation of activity cards. Mr. Janis appeared with the Utah Symphony Orchestra during its 1961-62 season. He is hailed as an "exciting pianist." 8 -JO-" M V Dixie Taylor Connie Argyle j i: .1 : i Dixie Hess Lana Laws WSC WEEKLY SCHEDUL Monday, March 9 Circle K Meeting SAFE Organization Meeting Tuesday, March 10 Wednesday, March 11 Thursday, March 12 Friday, March 13 Saturday, March 14 WiLKiNSON TO ADDRESS WSC STUBEHTBODY Dr. Ernest L. Wilkinson is scheduled as a guest speaker Monday noon in room 106-108 of the Student Union Building, LeRoy Yorga-son, Secretary of the Student Association for Free Enterprise, said earlier this week. Dr. Wilkinson, who is presently seeking the Republican nomination for the United States Senate, has accepted the invitation from S.A.P.E to speak before the Weber State Studentbody and explain his economic and political views. Should Dr. Wilkinson succeed in obtaining the Republican nomination on March 31, he will enter the primary election on August 11; that success will run him against the apparent sole candidate on the Democratic ticket, Senator Frank Moss. Mary Pat Hennessy .mm Marilyn Thomas 12 Noon 104 12 Noon 106-08 Class Work Ends Debonaire Dance Club 9 p.m. Shareay Club Meeting 12 Noon 106-08 Finals Wrestling Mountain Intercollegiate Meet, Colorado 10 p.m. Utah State Realty Association 10 a.m. Finals Cafeteria 106-08 W.I.A. Play Day 12 Noon 106-08 Frosh Class Dance Cafeteria 9 p.m. A native of Ogden, Dr. Wilkinson graduated from Weber Academy after having served as student-body president and being named valedictorian and "best all-around student." After graduating from George Washington University, he obtained the degree of Dr. of Juridical Science from Harvard. One of his greatest successes was realized when he represented the Ute Indians, spending 16 years in research and debate, to obtain a judgment of $32 million for the Indians.Since that time he has served as president of Brigham Young University, resigning after 13 years in that position without a salary, to seek the office of U.S. Senator from Utah. EDECUUAM n 'QUIET "Quiet Village" is the name of the Freshman dance to be held in March 14 and will serve as a "celebration after finals" because if the good grades, or something to make you forget the bad ones. The theme is Polynesian, and the Union Ballroom will be converted into a tropical paradise with the help of Mr. Arvin Shreeve, designer of the Ogden Municipal Park, who will decorate the ballroom using enormous quantities of fresh flowers and green plants to further enhance the theme presented. The dress is semi-formal, and orchids, especially imported from Hawaii will be given away to each and every girl at the dance. The Freshmen will vote for a queen to reign at the ball. The contestants are nine: Dixie Hess, Marilyn Thomas, Mary Pat Hennessy, Helen Carr, Nyla Barrett, Elaine Wayment, Diana Laws, Connie Argyle, and Dixie Taylor. The Scotsmen, from Utah State University, will provide the music for the evening. The refreshments will be unlike those served at any other dance this year in either type or quantity. Freshman Class President Eddie Allen is quoted as saying, "It will be the biggest dance of the year, we promise." This dance should be a most fitting climax to the end of the winter quarter and will be an evening of complete enjoyment of dancing and music for only $1.50 a couple. REGISTRATION AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Before registering, it is important that all students check at the main desk in the Union Building, as the registrar's office has now compiled a complete list of all students' cumulative hours, in order that each student may know whether he is a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior. Registrar Milton Mecham advised all students to please check this list so that there would be no confusion as to what date they should register. Registration will be on March 17 and 18 for day students. Night students will register on March 16. Spring schedules are available for all students who wish them. They may be picked up at the Registrar's office. NOTICE All library books are due on or before March 11. Students owing books or fines in the Library will not be permitted to register for spring quarter. Transcripts of credit are not issued to students owing books or fines. GRADUATION All students who have applied for graduation are to check with their advisors or the division chairman before registering. This is in order that there will be no question about the hours the student has compiled. Graduation fees must be paid before the end of the second week of the spring quarter. This fee is to be paid at the cashier's office. BULLETIN A change has been made in the class schedule : Band time has been changed from 12:00 to 1:00 daily during spring quarter. This is for the convenience of students interested in band work who have 1 o'clock classes. "The heritage of the past is the seed that brings forth the harvest of the future" will serve as the theme of the 1963-64 Acorn. Since this is the 75th anniversary of WSC, the Acorn staff felt it would be a fitting tribute to Weber State to review the past 75 years of her progress and fine achievements. As a special feature, the yearbook will show a vivid contrast between old and new, not only in relation to buildings and grounds, but also in student life, social clubs, sports and drama activities. An added feature will be a letter ACC DBECEMT VILLAGE' from each of the living past presidents of the college to the student-body.The Acorn, which is under the able leadership of Norm Inouye and Pam Brown, will attempt to bring to the studentbody not only a most informative but also a very enjoyable and memorable yearbook for 1963-64. If you haven't purchased your yearbook yet, it is not too late-Yearbooks will be on sale at Spring Registration. Be sure to reserve your own copy of the. 75th Anniversary edition of the Acorn!!!
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1964-03-06, Vol. 5, No. 18|
|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.|