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Presidents Day NdD Volume 8 No. 19 Newsline MX MISSLE HOT IN UTAH With the Army saying that most Utahns would love to have the MX missile located in the western Utah deserts, a pool was taken by KSL TV to determine if this were true. Utahns in the area of Hill Air Force base were in favor of the MX, while persons in the Salt Lake Area seemed to be most against the proposition. Persons in the Delta and Southern Utah areas were only 46 in favor with 54 against. BUNDY SENTENCED TO DIE AGAIN Theodore Bundy was sentenced by a Florida judge to die in the electric chair for the murder of 12 year old Kimberly Leach. The judge said the sentencing is an unfortunate waste of human life. Bundy was sentenced to die in the electric chair earlier this year for the murders of two Florida State Sorority sisters. Utah officials are now looking for clues that could connect Bundy to any murders or disappearances of Children in the Utah area. NUCLEAR WASTE DISCUSSED President Carter has selected Jack Ass Flats in Eastern Nevada and Western Utah as one of 14 possible sites for nuclear waste disposal. The substances to be buried would have a lethal effect for at least 2,000 more years. HOSTAGE AGREEMENT MOVES CLOSER President Carter has called a complete news i.i. i it i r n l f U DiacKoui wnne me topic American fcimoassy Hostages is aiscussea wun lop i Iranian leaders. Government omciais leei certain that a release may be in the near future, but will not release any more information. The Americans have been held hostage for 104 days. UTC's Helen Ashton Lucille Johnson Featured in Secretarial Workshop UTC's Helen Ashton along with Lucille Johnson of Brigham Young will be featured speakers at a seminar-workshop being sponsored by Timp-Valley Chapter of the National Secretaries Association (International) today. "Professionalsim on the Move- Secretaries of the Future," is the theme. The seminar is planned to provide information which will be helpful to business people- particularly in the assistant fields - in making their jobs more meaningful and productive. Mrs. Ashton, who is currently Department Chairman of the Business department here at UTC of ProvoOrem, has been a teacher in business related fields for many years, She is the recipient of the Smead Award for "Outstanding Student Teacher in Business," and the Utah Vocational Association's "Outstan Cime IJeM OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM oime ' "'Vr ding Business Teacher Award." Her topic, "Secretarial Tips You Didn't Learn in the Classroom," has been designed to appeal to the new secretary, as well as the experienced administrative assistant. Mrs. Johnson is a specialist in human relations skills and sociology. In addition to giving extensive lectures through the BYU Division of Continuing Education and Education Week programs, Mrs. Johnson has spent many years as a counselor in the field of family relations and development of motivational skills. Mrs. Johnson will address. "Human Relations and Motivational Skills," during the seminar. The seminar will be held today starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Holiday Inn. There will be a $25 fee for the full day seminar which includes a luncheon and for more information please call; 224-6161 ext. 201. . Council Discusses Possible Uses for Provo Campus By Mike Christiansen The Student Council proposed and passed a motion to increase fees for student activities by $1. The motion was made by Studentbody President Lee Barrus and will be in addition to an already proposed $2 increase. If okayed by the administration, this $3 increase in fees will go into effect starting fall quarter of 1980. The additional $1 increase was strongly opposed by Studentybody Financial Director Robert Seal. He felt the council could not show adequate proof the addjy -tioTrwasieed. President Sorenson has appointed a committee, chaired by LaVar Rockwood to review and make recommendations for the continued use of uxc Wolverines Maintain Winning Streak in Conference U ITCvs. CNC By Jared Doxey OREM-Behind the scoring punch of Karl Anderson and Steve Rowley, Utah Technical College took a lopsided victory Thursday night over Colorado Northwestern Community College. UTC took a 10-2 lead early in the contest with 3 straight baskets by Karl Anderson. The Spartans of Colorado closed the gap to 12-8. Then came "instant offense." Steve Rowley came into the game to spark the Wolverines to a 44-34 lead at halftime. The second half started just like the first half with Karl Anderson hitting 3 straight baskets. Anderson lead all scorers with 28. Rowley ended up with 17 and Mike Hatch added 11. The Wolves continued their aggressive play to take the victory 80-65. UTC vs. CEU By Jared Doxey Talk about an exciting game, the Wolverines of Utah Technical College e ProvoCerfipu.o"'' - The sudentCouncil submitted the following recommendations for the further use of the cam pus: 1. Development ol hew vocationaltechnical programs. 2. Expansion bf existing programs in- luding evening school. 3. leasing to private groups. I. Allowing other colleges o use the facility for local programs. The council decided ."their unified recommen dation would be to have ithe campus used for the expansion of the General Education Department. It was estimated by the committee that if the campus was used for any long term programs, it would need repairs costing $500,000. The campus utility bills are currently $75,000 per year. put on a show Friday night downing College of Eastern Utah 108-101. The Tech cagers put on a shooting clinic getting the ball to the open man, namely Mike Hatch and Karl Anderson. Together they combined for 59 points to pace the Wolves. The game was run and gun throughout as the teams stayed neck to neck ending the first half with a one point advantage for the Tech at 54-53. The second half was just the same as the two teams delighted the crowd with an exciting game. Joe Tait scored most of his 16 points with excellent moves inside. Late in the second half Tait left the floor with a knee injury. We hope he'll soon be able to return to action. In the last three minutes the Wolves were patient and got off good shots to take a slim lead. They were also flawless at the foul line connecting on over 85 of their foul shots. Mmdm ' In other council business, Lee Barrus and other members of the council are presently reworking the school constitution with the hopes of making it more easily understood. They are writing by-laws to act as an appendix to the constitution. Mr. Barrus informed the council these changes will be voted on by the studentbody during elections this spring. A representative for the school play attended the meeting to present the council with plans for the annual melodrama. The name is "Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch". The mellodrama will run for two days at the Provo Campus cafeteria in April. The council voted to approve $400 for the production of the play with the UTC vs. USU The Wolverines blasted Utah State Jr. Varsity team 108-91 Monday. The Wolverines had such complete control of the game that they played 10 men and all scored. Joining Anderson and Hatch in double figures were Todd Longshore an Orem High graduate, with 15 and Steve Rowley, another Orem High graduate, with 10. February 15, 1980 stipulation that any proceeds be given back to the school and the play committee submit an accounting of the money. Brooke Hickman wasP installed as Chairwoman , of the Activities Committee by the council. On the 25th of February, Cow Jazz, a countrywestern and rock & roll band will perform at the Student Center. A fashion show revue will be displayed by UTC's fashion merchandising department during intermision of the concert.The Student council is considering taking a bus to Las Vegas for an officers retreat. They are planning to open the trip up to students. No motions have been made on this subject. s 4. , I t i nj:.:,; Photo by Kelly Burke 'One steady ball player you'd never notice is Scott Pace," Gardner said. "He had 10 assists and I don't know how many steals since we don't keep it. But I know be had a lot." Utah Tech's next game will be at Dixie tonight. The Wolverines lost to the Rebels 87-84 in the last go-around after making up a 28-point halftime deficit.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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