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ikrk n n W1L : Vol. 9 No. 9 An inauguration dinner was held at the renovated Pioneer House Dec. 9th. The dinner was prepared by the Hotel and Restaurant Management Department. Photo by Lisa Wardle. Non-sale Of Discount Tickets Causes Stir With the going rate of movie tickets you'd probably think that the discount tickets at the UTC bookstore would be going fast or even sold out. However the rate of students buying them this year has dropped considerably since last year. "When we started selling discount tickets a year ago we were one of the few places which had them" stated Brian Harward, UTC bookstore manager. "Now we are only one of many." Not only are bookstores selling them, but also banks, supermarkets, restaurants, and apartment complexes. This has caused the extreme drop. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM The bookstore has pretty well decided that it's just too much of a hassle to bother with them if students aren't going to buy them, however, Mr. Harward has not made a final decision on whether or not they will be sold during the winter quarter. With four exciting new movies coming to the Plitt theatres in December, students are encouraged to get their discount tickets at our own convenient bookstore and see any or all of them for half price. According to a Plitt Theater Manager, representatives have been sent to UTC Bookstore several times, asking mem lo please sell the tickets to the students. However, he states, no attempts have been made to let the students even know the tickets are available. "Last year we sold over 150 tickets a week to UTC students. These students are really missing out on a good discount just because the bookstore refuses to let the students know they can buy them," he said. ; "I hope the students revolt and force the bookstore to sell the discount tickets to them. The savings is almost half," he added. 0 - FfeDs Bet?0D3K Pioneer Mouse Complete; College Holds First Dinner In UTC Structure Tuesday December 9 was the day UTC opened the Pioneer House. The structure located on the northwest corner of the Orem campus has been renovated into an antique of the past. Today it serves clubs and parties in its unique setting. When UTC bought the land to build the Orem complex, the old house stood delapedated, run down, and in horrible condition. "The windows were all broken out, the doors smashed in and horses in the field used the structure as a stable." Christmas brings the same holiday anticipation This student finds a free "The place was in sad shape," said UTC President- Wilson Sorensen. What stands today is a picture of the vision that Carrol Reid had when she could foresee what the old house could be. Now the inside has been completely refinished with the capable help of Ed Nolton. Antique tables and chairs, stained glass, arch way, and a spiral staircase are some of the items that express themselves vividly in the rustic 1800's style. The house is located near an ancient Indian ZIV A,t:i best out in everyone and these two kids are showing as they stand near the Christmas tree. moment for sleep in-between studying for finals. December 12, 1980 burial ground on what was known as the old Buntel place. The house was built in 1882. It is now the site of training personnel for the Hotel and Restaurant Management course. A dinner was served to those present who included President Sorensen and his wife Helen. The meal was prepared and served by the students of the Hotel and Restaurant Management Department under the direction of Wes Bitters and Jeanne Marie Marts.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|