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WEDNESDAY July 7, 1939 Volume 27, Issue 40 Inside the Quad Ballroom dance waltzes away with the win 4 Outside the Quad Another summer hit for Will? 5 Sports Women's sports exploding on the scene 6 Opinion Is patriotism dead? 8 Marketplace Just a bunch of ads for a really good price 10 1 1 ;i !i Vail e v S t a t c I u 1 1 e t State I ii mV-'J I Ml 'If WWWS. iriSIDE Sports Draft or Trade? As draft day passes, the Jazz add to their roster in hopes that the NBA trophy will soon be theirs. See Sports- p. 6 UVSC mm Cc ips caisgM nra tated delta n Over the past month, a steaming controversy has brewed over UVSC's campus police and just how far their jurisdiction reaches. V A TT A SA" NetXNews Reporter :. The past month has seen high tensions between UVSC administration Jand Campus Police officers. It all began on June 4 on 800 South, a street heavily radar patrolled by UVSC cops, when Officer Sterling Clark issued a speeding citation to Orem County Commissioner Gary Herbert. A month later the Campus Police are without the authority to radar patrol for speeders off campus, and much animosity remains because of this. . Campus Police had claimed that the Commissioner was bitter about his ticket and used his influence as a prominent citizen to shut them down, an allegation denied by Herbert, and often overlooked by many editorials and letters to the editors in various newspapers around the state. UVSC administrators have maintained throughout the ordeal that they were concerned about the issue of off ; campus radar patrolling before Commissioner Herbert received his ticket, and that Herbert merely phoned in and questioned UVSC's apparent conflict of interest by handing out numerous speeding tickets and then allowing the offender to attend a $50 UVSC traffic school. "He wanted to find out if this was a. way we were funding the police force, by having them write tickets," said Derek Hall, Director of College relations. UVSC administration has never encouraged Campus Police to radar patrol and issue citations. On the contrary, in light of the recent school shootings at other schools and rampant theft here at UVSC, the administrators had hoped, that the cops would focus more on protecting the students of UVSC. Rather than protecting Orem citizens Campaign with Reaganesque style A P. DOUG WILLIS Political Writer SACRAMENTO (AP) - Texas Gov. George W. Bush isn't another Ronald Reagan - at least not yet - but there are similarities between the Reagan political phenomenon and Bush's presidential campaign. Reagan was genuinely warm and likable, despite sometimes harsh rhetoric, and that personal warmth was his greatest political weapon. But as real as that personality was, meticulous planning and professional packaging were also essential to the former president's success. , . So too with the Bush campaign, which swept through California last week raking in nearly $5 million in three days and performing like a smooth team of-political professionals in mid-campaign form. Crowds were large. So was the campaign entourage. Photo opportunities were carefully planned, but they appeared natural for Bush: walking through the livestock exhibits at a county fair, tossing footballs to kids at a summer camp. And Bush is a smooth, confident candidate with a well-honed message filled with comforting,hard-to-dispute generalities - and short on specifics. "I'm a uniter. not a divider. This country is hungry for a new style of campaign, and we're going to give it to you: a positive campaign, a hopeful campaign, an inclusive campaign. We will give this country a fresh start after a season of cynicism," Bush said in his standard stump speech. "I'm proud to be called a compassionate conservative. I welcome the label, and on this ground I will lake my stand." It's unclear exactly what that ground is. The closest Bush gets is to say it is conservative to cut taxes and to let families, V m . - 1 4 A : v 7 Texas govemer, George W. Bush, hot on the campaign trial. See BUSH, p.3. m : , . , ':awt 1 j 2 I ; i. I I 3 t - K ; I ? i who live around the campus from peo ple driving ten miles over the speed limit. "I have I been working 'late nights here in my office. fmany times until one or two in the morning for .the past nine years, and maybe twice have I seen a. Campus Police officer here patrolling the hallways." Hall See COPS, p.3 1 MM m - 1 m J L V J 1 if O. ? Q I As an Albanian woman kisses an American flag, Congress denies an amendment that would ban desecration of the American flag. Is this a telling 'ale of where patriotism is in the United States? See OPINIONS page 4. V 1 ; . ' . i i . 1 l i f i I I T I-- 7 ' ' I ' I I ft I ' - . f1 "' t 1 v i ill r- , t J .' J ! f i ' X - V Firefighting Workshop heais u V Crai Niel son "A" NetXNews Reporter UVSC Last week a fire eruplnl in a parking lot here at UVSC. Onlookers peered out their car windows, confused by what they saw. Dozens of fire fighters were at the scene of the blaze-yet not a single one was attempting to quench the flames. Instead, the crew just stood there, casually analyzing the blaze and discussing the proper way for a team of fire fighters to handle such a situation-if it had been an actual situation and not a simulated teaching demonstration, all part of the Kire and Rescue workshop lhat took place at UVSC June 22-24. The workshop entitled "Strategy and Tactics for Emergency Incidents", was designed for men and women in fire fighting programs across the slate. Participants came to hear workshop facilitator Stewart Rose, a retired Deputy Chief who now trains Kire Chiefs and other high ranking officials. The waiting list to book Mr. Rose is at least ' one year, Rose, who has over 30 years of experience in fire fighting, travels the country with his workshop and is considered one of the lop lecturertrainers in his field. Indeed, considering the long wailing list. His multi-media workshop is delivered through slide shows, video presentations, video, group discussions and of course, an actual fire See TTL, p.3 WEEKEND WEATHER 88 63 HIGH LOW Thursday Sunny and Hot 92 62 HIGH LOW Friday 95 63 HIGH LOW Saturday Sunny and Hot, again Still sunny and hot. (Utah in July? Who would have thought?) 1 s I J THIS WEEK ItiSIDE Movie goers should spare themselves Ihe boredom and skip Mils year's so-called block-busier "Wild, Wild West". Review p.5 QUOTE OF THE WEEK " (It's) pretty self-explanatory. I don't need to really explain what I ve done." With 43 strikeouts, an KRA of 1.04, three complete games and three losses in his last three sUirts Randy Johnson reacts CO his team's run support. Three hits in three games.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 1999-07-07|
|Description||UVSC College Times was the student newspaper for Utah Valley State College from July 07, 1993 to June 2, 2008|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley State College--History; Utah Valley University--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||The College Times, 1999-07-07|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|