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TRADE WIND VOL. 4, NO. 18 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO MARCH 8, 1976 Order Now For Spring All students planning to attend the graduation excercises in June, will be required to order their caps and gowns when they pre-register for spring quarter. EXCEPTIONS to this policy will be dental assistant and practical nurses who will be wearing their uniforms. Information and materials for ordering caps and gowns may be obtained from your instructor or department chairman. If you have any questions or if you need assistance in filling out your cap and gown measurement card, the Career Center, room M-105, will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. to help you. Women's Softball Conies To Utah Tech UTC has a new intercollegiate sport on its roster this spring . . . women's softbaU. The team was organized two weeks ago under the direction of Betty Martin, who teaches hotel and. motel management. 'Although we are presently not practicing on a field because of the cold weather, we are still holding practice from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., Monday - Thursday inS 101, the auto mechanics area. The coUege will be playing in the Intermountain women's league and will be facing schools like Dixie.Snow and CEU (College of Eastern Utah). Martin explains that 12 women are trying out so far but all UTC women are encouraged to come and try out. The team already has uniforms and when the snow melts the team will begin practicing on an outside field, with a coach from BYU, who has not yet One of the Orem Detectives spoke km:,! ,- f ?J . lt'VV' THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE GRADUATING IN JUNE MUST ASSUME THE RESPONSIBILITY OF ORDERING YOUR CAP AND GOWN BY NO LATER THAN APRIL 15, 1976, AFTER WHICH THERE WILL BE AN ASSESSED LATE FEE. PLEASE NOTE THAT NO ORDERS WILL BE PLACED UNTIL (1) YOUR $5 CAP AND GOWN RENTAL FEE HAS BEEN PAID TO THE TREASURER'S OFFICE, AND (2) YOUR COMPLETED CAP AND GOWN MEASUREMENT CARD HAS BEEN TURNED INTO THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER, ROOM M-105. been chosen. The school also plans to offer intercollegiate women's basketball next fall. The teams are being organized too, with federal HEW. regulations that require! under Title 9 that schools provide equal opportunities to women in the area of sports. Anyone interested inplayingon the intercollegiate team should contact Betty Martin at her office or during the team's practice sessions. MOTE Please check our Lost and Found Department in room M 108 for items you have lost We have a number of items and we would appreciate the owners of any lost items claiming them. to the VICA Club at UTC recently. (See story on page 3). WAYNE KEARNEY ACCEPTS A check for $250 from Jean Ainge, Norma Conto, and Mary Car-neseccn, They are respectively President, Vice President, and Treasurer of the Women's Elks Club. Vica Club Sponsors Refrigeration Safety Drive The VICA club under the direction of Ralph Coles and Clifford Christen, are sponsoring a club drive to seU refrigerators. The purpose of this project is to raise enough money to send one or two participants to the national competitions in Florida later this summer, probably in June. The Vice President had this to say about the project," The club is sponsoring this to get some money for those that qualify in regional and the nationals. All that we want the students to do is for them to 'give' us some old refrigerators to sell. We also ft , give free labor to anybody that wants to make their freezers and fridges safe from little kids getting into them. This is safety law now. The thing that we need is to get a hold of some old refrigerators that students don't use so that we can sell these. We have two of them for sale now." The competition that this club faces is for the best contribution in a certain area of their study, for example woodworking, refrigeration and other areas of the industrial trade. The proceeds that come from this drive will go to them that qualify. The trip will cost close to $500, so. that's why they need lots of participants. Ralph Coles had this to say about the project, "This is strictly a free donation to the VICA club. We go and pick it up and CALENDAR OF EVENTS MdrCll 11 50's Dance At Steelworkers Union Hall MdrCll 12-13 Rodeo at Weber College MdrCll 17 Winter Quarter Ends. March 18-22 N0sChooi March 18, 19, 20 . .. Baseball at Dixie sell it for funds to use in the trip to Miami this summer. We are asking for somesupporton this project," If you have any refrigerators or freezers to give away you can get a hold of any of the VICA representatives at exten-tion 67 at U.T.C. Pre-Registration Pre-Rsquisities REGISTRATION TIME IS HERE AGAIN. TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS MUST BE PAID BEFORE A STUDENT CAN REGISTER FOR THE NEXT QUARTER. PLEASE COME TO ROOM M-108 AND CHECK YOUR RECORD AND GET A TRAFFIC CLEARANCE. James S. Clark, Security.
|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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