Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1969-02-281
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Wtbtv Volume 28 No. 18 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 February 28, 1969 . i i A HER LOVELY Royal Highness, Jeanne Nowalc, Miss Weber State of '68 -"69. Weber P(jem9 0 cited 0?? iwly By Darline Rogers "They flipped a coin and I was first attendant," commented Jeanne Nowak, concerning her reign as Miss Weber State. Those were the results of the Camellia Bowl Queen contest held in California. She tied for Queen, but lost the flip. At the National Sweetheart Pageant in Illinois she "bombed out", while at the Miss Utah pageant she was chosen as first attendant. "It's really wild. Wherever you go they treat you like a queen. No one who enters plans on winning. Sandy (first attendant) and I figured that out of a field of 10 we would rank 11 and 12," she joked. Jeanne felt that the WSC pageant is the best she's been in. Everyone treated her royally, while at other contests, the candidates were often ignored. "If there are any questions, I would be more than happy . ft - - t 1 to talk to anyone interested a-bout the type of suit, the kind of walk, what talent to prsent, and things like this that aren't included in the rules," Jeanne added. Jeanne commended Rick Murray, chairman of the Special Events Committee, for starting to arouse interest so soon. Last year she found out about the contest only two weeks before it took place. Bob Welti of KSL will be the master of ceremonies at this year's pageant which will be held April 19, 1969. A tea will be held March 12 at 8 p.m. in room 104 of the Union Building for all those girls interested in entering the contest. Official entry blanks will be available at the main desk in the union building beginning Monday, March 3. All entrants must abide by all rules set up by the Miss America Pageant. Mew u Two quarters of politicing, deliberation, and detailed planning have finally won the approval of the administration and the Union Building Policy board for a Student Book Exchange. For the first time, the Weber State College Bookstore will have competition in dealing with used books. The exchange is patterned after the one run by the Intercollegiate Knights of the Uni- N. M. Game Tickets on Sale Wed. A Wildcat caravan will take off for Las Crusas, New Mexico next Friday evening at 9 p.m. if the team wins the Big SkyConference. Contemplating the conference win, Tom Welch, studentbody president, said 200 tickets would be available for the New Mexico trip. A chartered bus with 40 seats will take the main contingent of Wildcat boosters down to the game at a cost of $40 per person. The cost will Include round trip bus fare, one night's lodging, and tickets to the game.. Regular sale of tickets will be$3.00 'Tickets will go on sale Wednesday morning at 8 a.m.,' Welch said. 'AH tickets are for reserved seats. ID cards must be shown before sales will be made.' Welch stated the sale would be on 'a first come first serve basis indicating also that he expects 'they will be grabbed up fast.' The bus will pick up students Friday evening in front of the Fine Arts Center and will return Sunday morning from Las Crusas at 9 a.m. It should arrive back on campus at 3 p.m. 'This is,' Welch said, 'an exceptional opportunity for students to see the final basketball action.' Keds 0 K For Stomp The Soul Sophisticates will be on campus tonight at 8:30foraspecial stomp sponsored by the Chanton-elles.'The purpose of the stomp, said Marilyn Cox, President of the Chantonelies, 'is to raise money for the Chantonelies to go to the N.C.A.A., along with the team.' Also, as is the purpose of every other stomp, is to provide a good time for everyone that likes to dance. The dance will be date or stag, and you can come in school clothes if it makes you feel comfortable. The admission is only fifty cents, so bring your dolly out for an inexpensive evening, aiid help the Chantonelies represent our school and support the team. ok Eitchainige Ben March 117 versity of Utah, which hasbeen successfully serving the students on that campus for thepast 13 years. It will be run at Weber by Delta Sigma Pi fraternity and all profits will go back to the school in the form of Business Week, Awards Banquets, guest speakers, and other educational services. Generally the exchange will operate as follows: Students wishing to sell books will bring them to the book exchange during finals at the end of winter quarter. The book will be stamped with an identification number, the student will be asked to write in the price he would like to receive from the sale of the book, and he will be given a receipt for it The book will then be placed on a table according to the course it will be used for and will be sold during the first Senate Proposes Seating Faculty Senate Proposes Seating Faculty An amendment to the ASWSC Constitution calling for the seating of two faculty members on the Student Senate, was sent back to committee Monday evening for further evaluation. The amendment, being the first since the student constitution was ratified two years ago, was assigned to be drawn up by the Senate Policy Committee after some discussion of the problems existing between students and faculty. Legislative Vice-President Howard Collett sent the amendment back to committee after senator Bill Washburn suggested that perhaps an administrator should be seated in place of one of two faculty member originally provided for. Seating of either faculty or administrators would be in ex-officio capacity, which allows them voice on Senate matters but no power to vote. A decision on the amendment is expected at the next Senate session Monday. OTHER ACTIONS Three other matters were also sent to committee for evaluation. The proposed consitiution of the 'weber State College Fliers,' an organization of students, faculty, and alumni interested in flight instruction and private flying, was sent to the policy committee for approval. The policy committee also received a revision of the statute week of the following quarter. A prospective buyer will inspect the books, find the one in his price range, and bring it to the counter for payment He will pay the price marked in the book by the consignor (seller). The consignor will come to the SBE during the end of the first week of spring quarter and ask if hisbookhas been sold, if it has he will be paid by check. If it has not been sold he may take the book back. Charges will be as follows: 1. A charge of 10 cents per book at the time of consignment to cover handling. 2. A charge of 10 of the selling price at the time of payment.The book exchange will be run entirely by students and will begin operations on March 17 in room 108 of the Union Building and end March 28. defining the wearing of official school sweaters, due to problems that resulted under the present bill. The third proposal, one objected strongly against by Frosh senator Dave Thomas, implied that parking for freshmen students should be limited to the outlying areas, thereby providing the nearest parking for upperclassmen. It was assigned to the Senate Investigations Committee. In other business, a special request by the A WS officers forspending surplus Income gained at Song-fest was sent to the Finance Committee for discussion during a short adjournment of the Senate. The request was to spend part o f this surplus to send a third delegate to the AWS national convention in Indiana, and was unanimously approved when the Senate reconvened. PROF EVALUATION In final action, the Senate reconfirmed the goals of the controversial Faculty EvaluationCom-mittee.The committee, composed of students, faculty, and administrators, spent the past two months studying evaluation programs on other campuses, and decided that faculty evaluation on this campus would be feasable. The senate gave the committee approval to draw up such aprogram.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1969-02-28, Vol. 28, 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.|