Weber Herald (Weber, Utah), 1922-12-211
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ALUIII RHJHION Weber T,rads" ToJoinln Big Reunion Ol I lie c I 1 1 i 1 1 g i .! ) a l I liar V ! , tlic sccml annual Alumni Pe-u 1 1 i iti w ill In- 1 1 -1 I . A n excellent proi-rani is being prepared and it is (In- ;iini nf tin- i ill leers In have addresses bv ,i-i iiniiii-iil leaders nf lln- church, who are ad 1 1 u- Alumni Asm .rial ii .11. Tin- best 111u-.i1- that can In- obtained from 1 1 ir ass, iria I ii hi will In- hail. Special arrangements arc being" nia.k- I. .r class meetings ; r " mi ll i- varii hi- clas-.c! w ill In- announced later. I '.very class which assembles will have ink' l its l;i 11 i ulii limes. A basketball faille will lie arranged. The Alniiini has a team ami it will iin doubt play the Weber College team. After the faille there will he a dancing party, if tin's is desired. The Alumni Association is not in debt ami nu charge will be made at this reunion. Xcithcr will . there Ik- a "drive f n" the gvin." As an organization the Alumni has ih me its duty toward the gymnasium, consequently there will be no charge or collections of any kind. The reunion promises to be a 1 i event in the school calendar and will lie rivaled in importance only bv Founder's Pay which is scheduled for lanuarv u. OGDEN DIVISION BASKETBALL SCHEDULE NOW READY Weber is to meet her old rival in the opening game ol this division on the Ogdcn high school lloor January 12. Davis will entertain I'.ox F.lder at Kays-ville in the other game. I'.ear River will be idle on this night. This year interest will be keener than ever in the basketball games, as there are many veterans back in togs. Weber has four first -class artists from last year in Captain Couch, l'.udge, llallidav and Anderson. The games should be hotly contested throughout the division this season, and the fans are promised some real performances this year. Hear River making the fifth school in the league, should add interest, as they are expected to show a good form of basketball. Their entering will also increase the number of games The games are as follows: Jan. 12. Weber at Ogdcn lan. 12. Rox F.lder at Davis lan. 1. Hear River at Weber lan. l'P Ogdcn at Rox F.lder lan. 2o. T.ox F.lder at Weber lan. 2o. Davis at F.ear River lan. 2l). Ogdcn at Davis lan. 2'. Fear River at P.ox F'.lder Feb. 2. Weber at Davis Feb. 2. Rear River at Ogdcn Feb. Ogdcn at Weber Feb. 0 Davis at Fox F'.lder Feb. 15. Weber at Rear River Feb. Fx R.ox F'.lder at Ogdcn Feb. lo. Weber at Rox Elder Feb. lo. R.ear River at Da is Feb. 25. Davis at Ogdeii Feb. 25. Rox F.lder at R.ear River Mar. 2. Da is at Weber. Mar. 2. Ogden at R.ear River NEW SENIOR OFFICERS Sherman Couch was elected president and Lois Jonesvicc-prc-ident of the Senior class by large majorities at the election hehl Dec. 15. Lawrence Fudge, former president, is "now Xudent Ro,',v President. and Ruth Wright. former vice-pre-i'h-nt. lias disc lutinin d ch. .. 1. "Glory to God in the m VOL. 8 No. 6 1 l . . Christmas LAWRENCE BUDGE WINS BARKER SPEAKING CONTEST The ninth Marker Extemporaneous Speaking Contest was held December 15. The general subject was "Fipiality of Opportunity in Education for F.vcrv Roy and Cirl.' Each class was represented by two speakers, the Seniors by Xan F.mmett and Lawrence Fudge, who spoke on "Equality ol Opportunity in Education Re-cause of Co-Educational Institutions" and ''Equality of Education for use of the Rallot and the Enjoyment ol Democracy." respectively.The juniors were represented bv Ruth F'olkman and ('den Crandall, whose subjects were respectively "Equality ol Opportunity in Education by Virtue of Compulsory A t t e n d a n c e Laws" and "The American Theory as to the Rights of Every American Child to an Education."The speakers for the Sophomores were Marjurie Allen and (ohn Cragun who spoke on "P'qualitv of Opportunity between City and Rural Roys and (iirls Rccause of Various Causes" and "Equality of Opportunity between City and Rural Districts through Proper Taxation." GIRLS SHOW PROVES GORGEOUS SUCCESS GIRLS EXHIBIT CLEVER STUNTS OF THE FOOTLIGHTS; SHOW FOLLOWED BY DANCE The first time boys have been present by permission December the eighth is another date that goes down on the record ol successful and en lovable times at Weber. The girls were responsible tor making" this social a grand success. Each class produced its dtl-feret plavs in the stele ol proles-sionals. There were no bovs taking pari, so credit can all go to the girls. The program commenced with "An ( Md Maid's Convention." a clever little plav bv the juniors. Proiessor 1 'iukert' .11 made some very wonderful change- bv means of "his" Electric Trauform-1 I FR. We w- .nder what has become of this machine. Perhaps there are -t:!l some who ha e not bad the great opportunity of entering the b. .x. "The Four Horsemen - f the At-, .ca'vp-c" w as t'inKing. ( r at LdJ r . 1 - . JrAJiA As is shown by the judges' decision the contest was very close. Lawrence Fudge, ol the Seniors, won first place and Ruth I- olkman ol the 1 unions w n ; second place, being one-hall a point behind the winner. Xan Finmclt anil Marjorie Allen tied ; lor third place. Mr. Fudge was presented with a check for ten dollars, signed by James L. Rarkcr. The Seniors won first place, the juniors second and the .Sophomores third. Rv winning this contest the Seniors have won first place .and the juniors and Sophomores are tied for second place in the series of nine contests.1 Judges' Decision ! Oleu Crandall C 4, ( R Ruth Folkman .1. 0 Xan Fninictt Lawrence Rudgi ... 4-10'.; , 1, 1 4 'A 15 , 5. 310! :. (. 5 14' j 1, M arji irie Allen olm Cragun The student and class with the lowest score wins. 1 meut. Rut we had a representation of Valentino bv the numerous " Valcntinos" in the stage audience, llow is it that lleber could part with those Valentino trousers for one night? 'I he "man" with the numerous bundles (which were always in his was ) did not seem to enjoy the smiles of the "perfect lover" Rudolph Valentino. This "movie" was presented by the Seniors. ! Weber students were much .surprised when they saw there w'cre so main' Weber dancers. These dancers were the Sophomores, win. were arraved in pink and green with balloons fastened 011 their wrists. 1 here were a few lacking bv the time .the dance was over l.-r you know 1 .a;!- -ns are rather delicate. After the pert' nuance the remainder of the evening was given over t dancine,. m w hich an exee .ii. .nail v large cr- .wd participated. A feature of tinea! ice va - the prize w ait in ' w :;. a large 1 n.x . .f cam! v was Highest, and on Earth TO BE r -r- I 1 v Rv;-;. w THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1922 aO a1- Christmas, the time of the year 011 which we celebrate the birth of the .Christ-child, draws near. With the coming of the Yuletide, all Christians, and especially we lavored Americans, realize that the real spirit of Christmas is the feeling of brotherly love which the Prince of Peace taught us to know. During" this season, in cheery-greetings and intimate Christinas cards, we show to our fellow men the love we hold for them. From the gifts bestowed upon the I lupin lant bv the Maji. has grown our custom of exchanging prcs-ents with those we love. This Christmas of 1922, may we all feel that love of mankind which Christ desired us to leel ; mav we know that it is indeed "Retter to give than to receive;" and may the students of Weber go forth to" the coming holidays with till the joy r.nd gladness that their keen voung "hearts can know. This is the earnest wish of the members of the Weber Herald staff. COLLEGE STUDENT OFFICERS EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS Christmas, 1922, holds for the Weber College a greater significance than have any other such seasons. It marks a new project and the beginning" of what is destined to become a great one. This is the belief of the Associated Students of Weber College, and of the officers of this association who are working for the upbuilding of our college. (lilts, we believe, are soon forthcoming, in the form of new buildings and equipment and while not Christmas gifts, still they partake of the nature of them. May we all this Christmas feel a greater joy and interest" in our school together w ith a happy spirit which onlv Christmas can bring is the wish which we, your olliccrs extend to the members of Weber College. f. Willard Marriott. President. Frances Cragun, Vice Pres. Rav R. Scoville, Secretary. HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS To each and every student whoever and wherever he may be, we the officers of the Associated Students of Weber High School extend cordial greetings and best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy Xew Year, that after Christmas vacation we may come back to school with renewed 'pep' and ambitions, that we mav win new honors in the coming year ol F'25. T .aw renew Fudge. President. Xan F.mmett. ice-1 'res. I a id Kennedy, Secretary. ; ,7 1 . 7 HKLD 5. ANl I I A ...J v. Greetings LAWRENCE BUDGE ELECTED STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT In the high school student body elections held P'ridav, F)e cember S, Lawrence Rudge was elected to fill the office of president lo take the place of Llewelyn McKay. A curious feature of the election was the fact that only two positions were contested, the other officers being put in by acclamation. The positions as now filled are as follows: Pres., Lawrence Rudge; ice-Pres., Xan F.mmett; Sec-Treas., David Kennedy; Athletic Manager, Thomas Woods; Yell-master, lleber Jacobs; Debating Manager, Athol Tribe, Dramatic Maua?"er, lames Linds.av. His FIRST ISSUE OF THE LITERARY JOURNAL OUT The first issue of the ''Literary Journal" has received for the most part many favorable comments: although there arc a few Jetails that might have been bettered. The features were well arranged, there being humor, pathos, narration and description, featured in the essays, short stories and poems. The poems entitled "To a Portrait," "The ( t BOHEMIAN GIRL" IS WELL PRESENTED OPERA GIVEN BY THE THE ORPHEUM The "Rohemian Cirl" has come and gone, but her song goes on forever. However true that maybe is a question, but nevertheless we will not soon forget the opera which proved so enjoyable when it was presented at the Orpheum on November 2S. The musical features were excellent and brought to light as singers many students whose voices were really remarkable. Eva Porter, as Arline. daughter of the Count of Arheim. drew the admiration ol all with her beautiful voice, while lleber lacobs added the humorous touch in so clever a way that is gave just the necessary relief from the more serious parts ol 'the opera. Wallace Pudge, Mrs. 'Pauline Waterfall, Wayne Crow 'and many others deserve especial .credit for their work in making i this opera the success it w as. As director Professor 'Manning is to be complimented on the work of ' his charges. Fair little maid, each day 1 see Vein waiting patiently for me. Peace, Good Will Toward Men" JAIUARY 4 15 OGDEN, UTAH torian, Carl Creen; Pres. Public Service Rureau, Mvra Wright; Yice-Pres., P'rancis Ringham. The contest for president was very close. The final count of votes from the three "precincts" showed that Rudge polled IdS to 157 for Sherman Couch, his opponent. James Lindsay won quite easily from PTigene Craw-shaw the Dramatic Managership by a vote of 201 to 119. A new-system of voting was tried, that used in the municipal elections, and proved a great success. Pie-sides making easier work for the judges, it afforded the students a valuable lesson in citizenship traininp" Red Time Caravan," and "To Apostle David O. McKay" show real literary ability. "The (dory of the X'ortliwest," a descriptive essay makes one desire to spend his summer vacation among the mountains and along the route described. "Pests'' is a clever essay on cits, while "A isioii" makes one feel himself on the threshold of immortality. "Stage, or the Man" able portrays the atmosphere of the small town. The other numbers are also worthy of commendation. MUSIC STUDENTS AT WELL DONE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM TOMORROW IN HIGH SCHOOL Friday morning. Student Rody day, an elaborate program will be given in the high school devotional, after which challenges will be exchanged .and accepted for games to be played during the noon hour when it is planned a jollv good time will be had. After the first or second period classes in the afternoon, the students will reassemble and enjoy a real matinee in the assembly hall. After exchanging holiday greetings and best wishes school will be closed for the C hristmas vaeatii m. The girls' show was no place for the A. P.. C. club which i 1 p 11 'sed to anv and all actn it ies ,.: the Old Maid's club for the promotion of matrimony among its members. IS 0 D 0 m Easily Winners On Home Floor Losers at S. L. Weber high school basketeers "u'1 defeat at the hands ,,ftlu-I- l. S. high school at SMi Fake Wednesday night. December 1". I wo games w ere played. The -s:""- "I the first teams ended -'" '" -M '" 1- I'- S.'s favor. The l'-'lf ended a 1.5 to U tie. Wchcr h-'"' ll'e lead a good part of the staine. I hiring the last minute of I'hiy will, the score a tie a foul was called on Weber, F. I ). S. receiving two pitches, hot), ,,f uhich they made. I lie second team w as al'flicled yith stage fright and was, therefore, tillable to pass or shoot baskets. Fete Couch and Rill Price were taken from the game. Monk, who is still suffering from an injured ankle, was unable to play. Although the team lost tins game we feel thai it will, be the last one they will lose. On the first game the Weber five was more successful, defeal-'"' L. D. S. by ;l 27-21 score. 1 lie Saints were the first to score, by pitching a free throw-but from that time the Wcherites were never in danger. The contest was very hotly contested throughout, thc score at the half was 12 to S in favor of the Wild cats. The Weber team should hit a high mark before the season closes. With such men as Couch, Rudge, llallidav and Anderson back, the only weak position is the center and with material like Price and Parry, Weber high bids fair to make the finals in the state tournament. The plan of having the game played in quarters was tried, but lailed to show to anv advantage. The fans had a little trouble in understanding the new rules as to progress and fouling, but the ones who were there will have the advantage of the "Slackers" as they will understand them for future games. Couch, Rudge and Anderson were the bright stars for Weber, playing a c o n s i s t e n I game throughout. Price was onlv in the game for a few minutes but played like a veteran. Pratt, Rett and Davis were the outstanding players of the visit, n-s. Weber (. T. F. P. Anderson. 1. g 2 0 0 4 I lalliday, r. g 0 0 0 0 Price, r. g 0 0 0 0 Parry, c 0 0 0 0 Doxey. c 0 0 0 0 Couch. 1. f 4 0 0 S Rudge, r. f 4 1.5 7 15 10 13 7 27 C. T. F". P. ...0 0 0 0 ...2 0 0 4 ...4 0 0 S ...0 0 0 0 ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L. D. S. Fo, ,te, r. I.... Meadow's, r. Pratt, 1. f Jenkins. c.v. Davis, r. g.. Pierce, r. g.. Rett. 1. g 1 11 ') 7 11 7 21 -10 minutes Time 01 periods COLLEGE PARTY TONIGHT Tonight at eight o'clock a parte will be given for the college students in the assembly hall of the school. The partv will consist of games of novel variety together with refreshments and later in the evening ail orchestra will be 011 hand to furnish music for the dance. Every college student is urged to be present on the guarantee . .f a g 1 time.
|Title||Weber Herald (Weber, Utah), 1922-12-21, Vol. 8, No. 6|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|Description||Weber's first student newspaper, the Weber Herald, ran from 1917 to 1935.|
College student newspapers and periodicals
|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.|