Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1970-01-091
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Volume 29, Number 19 4 R 1 m In a meeting to be held noon this Friday for the general stu-dentbody, the Senate will de-cide the future of the proposed Students for a Democratic So. ciety on this campus. To be held in the senate room in the student activities center, the meeting is specifically to discuss passage of the constitution which -was submitted last quarter. Students who wish to comment should contact their senator before the meeting and arrange for him to yield the floor, a procedure which must be followed. Larry Stetler, who presented Basketball ticket pick-up schedule I. PICKUP Weekdays 8:00 - 5:00 Saturdays 1000 - 5:00 Note: Game Days. Tickets can be picked' up only until 1:00; after 5:30 they can be picked up at the Northeast ticket booth at the gym. II. SCHEDULE Pickup days University of Idaho (Jan. 9-Fri.) 7 8 9 University of Idaho (Jan. 10-Fri.) 7 8 9 10 Gonzaga (Jan. 12-Mon.) 7 8 9 10 12 Bosie State (Jan. 31-Sat.) 29 30 31 Montana U. (Feb. 20-Fri.) 18 .19 20 Montana U. (Feb. 2 1-Sat.) 18 19 20 21 Montana State U. (Feb. 23-Mon.) 18 19 20 21 23 Idaho State U. (Feb. 28-Sat.) 26 27 28 One, two, or three tickets may be picked up at one time. Sfiotv&d o soceess-lling Ci Queen ciioseo Sandra Jensen and John Fer. rara reigned as Snowball royalty over the Weber State fall quar. ter closing social. Sponsored by Phoenix and LaDianaeda, the traditional dance drew nearly 300 couples. Earlier in the evening a spe-cial concert of popular Christmas music was sponsored by Blue Key National Honor Fraternity in the WSC Fine Arts Center. Major vocal and instrumental groups of the music department presented numbers as well as being joined by the audience. Weber ltbj rnn rroo II1SVIY the constitution to the Senate, said "It is our contention that a college should provide social self-consciousness concerns of the day." "Commenting further about developements which have oc curred since that time, he said, "What logical reason for getting a majority of signatures on a petition can exist? When ever you have more than three groups, one has to be a minor, ity." Explaining further about the role of SDS on campus, he said, "We can count on 15 members, the only thing required by the Queen Sandra, a sophomore, is majoring in elementary edu. cation while King John, also a sophomore, is centering his stud-ies in political science. Chosen to preside as attendants were Shirlene Dehart, Linda Jeppson, Glen Curtis and Curtis Jackson. Decorations for the dance, the theme of which was "Incense of Peppermint," included trees with yarn, candy and other decor, ations, family home scene with a marble fireplace, and a large glass chandlier. State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 constitution is enough people to insure success. We have a relationship with the liberal stu-dent group and the black stu. dent union. Although, we have different concerns, on some is. sues we stand united." "In the nation," he said, "there are ten minor factions, three major factions, each is dissimiliar. To say they are the same, to say they have the same goals is absurd. There is no comparison between the Univer. sity of Utah and Weber State College. "Here we would be educa. ting the community, etc., to serve as peers." "Although people are aware of the notorious side of SDS, are they aware of the beneficial? SDS started the Misslssippifree-dom liberation party, which is bringing equality in the south. Also in action in the northern urban slums, grass root are programs. SDS was one of the first to bring the evils of the war in Viet Nam to publicity." "Some would choose to build a monster out of nothing. " Speaking about the constitution on be-fore the senate, he said, At first it was a sort of psychological test for mentality in the area. O riginally it started fallaciously, "we are now thoroughly com-mitted."Spouse cards get price hike In an early morning meeting last quarter the Senate passed a bill which raises the spouse card from five dollars a quarter to twenty dollars per year. The spouse card, formerly five dollars for fall quarter, ten dollars for winter and spring quarter, was boosted to twenty dollars for the year if purchased fall quarter, fifteen dollars if pur. chased winter quarter. Bob Barclay, sponsor of the bill said, "we raise spouse cards to equal the average students fees." Commenting as to the purpose of the change, he indicated that in looking over the basketball seat, ing arrangement, it became apparent that it wasn't fair to have 8,000 students, 2,000 seats, and students not able to find seats when wives are "sitting for pen. nies." "I feel spouse cards shouldbe eliminated," he said, priority of seats doesn't justify them." Noting that the problem exists only for basketball seating, he said "Whenever we get more seats, I'll work with them. I'm not against married men, I'm married myself." The Senate investigations committee had also questioned the situation, but had not begun work yet, so the Barclay bill was used. "The bill was rushed through by a Senate who are either married or in love." I feel that spouse cards should eventually be eliminated," he said. a Col. Nathan SURE week to put emphasis on religion SURE Week is coming to WSC. What is SURE Week? SURE Week is the new name of Religious Emphasis week. S.U.R.E. stands for Students United for Religious Emphasis. This week's activ. ities are under the sponsor, ship of the Inter -Religious Coun. cil and the lectures committee, and it will run from January 6 to the 12th. Speakers included represent the Jewish, Mormon, Catholic and Protestant faiths and their topics will deal with the many problems that face col-lege students of today. Monday, January 12 Col. Nathan Mazer will address stu. dents on . "The New Morality" as it pertains to the college student. Col. Mazer has spent time with the Air Force in the area of Logistics. He was also as. sociated with TRW Inc. Pre-sently he is director of the Weber County Industrial Developement Bureau. Col. Mazer is an active FREE YEARBOOK PICTURES Taken at the student's convenience between JAN. 7-23.Simply fill in and tear out this appointment form and leave it at the U.B. Main Desk. Wear whatever you want. (GOWNS WILL BE FURNISHED FOR SENIORS) PHOTO LAB RM. 121 TECH. ED. BLDG. Name Date: Time: Friday, January 9, 1970 r. 1 Mazer member of the Ogden Jewish Community. Col. Mazer is being sponsored by the Jewish Students Assoc. Also on Monday there will be a Hootenanny at 7:30 p.m in the Union Building room 338, admis-sion is free, and all students are invited. Throughout the week there will be a display in the union building of religious artifacts and materials used by the various religious faiths in their services. Tuesday, January 13, Sterling Sill, Assistant to the Quorum of Twelve, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will present the topic "Seek Faith in '70.". Mr. Sill's speech will be delivered in the fine arts center auditorium at eleven a.m. Mr. Sill is sponsored by the LDSSA. Wednesday Martin Marty, as. tury Magazine will speak on "The World Is Our Campus." Dr. Marty's speech will be at 8:00 in the Fine Arts Center Auditorium. Dr. Marty is being sponsored by the Campus Christian Fellowship. Father John Leary will speak in the U.B. Theater on "The Changing Church An The Col-lege Student," Thursday at 11:00 a.m. A Panel discussion on current religious problems will be held in the U. B. Theater. The panel will be composed of students and local clergy. Students are re. minded to fill out cards asking any questions on the Jewish, LDS, Catholic, or Protestant faiths, available at each lee ture that week. Students are reminded that all activities are free. The Inter-Religious Council is made up of the Latter-day Saints Student association represented by Colleen Curtis and Lamar Taylor, and the Campus Christ-ain Fellowship delegation is Mar. cia Zill and Elwood Glueshaw. The Newman Center is repre-sented by Bruce Taylor andRos-alie Hutchinson. Fred Trimm represents the Jewish faith.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1970-01-09, Vol. 29, No. 19|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|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.|