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"It is not work that kills men; it is worry. Work is healthy; you can hardly put more upon a man than he can bear. Worry is rust upon the blade. It is not revolution that destroys the machine, but friction. Fear secreted acids; but love and trust are sweet juices. Henry Ward Beecher udelotnds UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVO MARCH 13, 1972 Are You Ready? 1L Students will pick up trial registration blank from department. Student will fill out trial registration with help of departmental class advisor. Class cards will be issued by each department, with the exception of general education cards, which will be issued at registrar's office. When the student has completed his trial registration and received all class cards and has written his name on them, he must bring the entire packet directly to the registrar's office where it will be validated. Students are encouraged to pay their fees at this time. They will be issued a fee and receipt card at registrar's office and go to treasurer's office to pay fees. They will then be registered for spring quarter, and will report directly to first class onTuesday, March 21. A student who does not pay fees at the time he turns in his trial registration packet to the registrar may do so any day Cotton's Tips This is the second in a series of articles written by Dwight Cotton. 1. Many people make the mistake of buying fruits and vegetables out of season. Don't! A smart way is to buy fruits in quantity and can it yoursulf. Fotatoes, for instance, normally cost 6 to 8 dollars per 100 lbs. Find yourself a local farmer and contract with him to buy your potatoes for the entire year at one time. For instance, there is a man in Edgemont named Fred Ferguson. Each year, at the beginning of the year, I go to his farm and contract with him to buy three hundred lbs. of potatoes. I pay him $900 for these three hundred lbs. at a time and he keeps the remainder in his potatoe storage bins for me until I need them. I, therefore, have a guaranteed supply of potaotes all year long at way below market price. Buy fruits in season and never buy frozen fruits. They are usually double to triple the price. If it isn't in season, don't eat it. 2. You may rebel at this one, but my advice for the following things' I stand firm on. Don't buy ice cream, canned pop candy or gum anytime. You just don't need that junk. 3. When you shop for groceries, buy by the ounce. Never the size of the package. Compare ounces for pennies. Never be mislead by the 3 for a dollar sign. When cooking, do all of your cooking with powdered milk. There is absolutely no difference in the taste. Use margarine; no butter. When a recipe: calls for two eggs, use one. Buy whole milk and mix it 50-50 with powdered milk and you will end up with a 2 mixture that is about 10 cheaper and is just as good for you. 4. Don't buy frozen dinners, prepared vegetables, mixes, or canned soups and you can save approximately 40-80. Example: frozen turkey by the serving averages out to 59? each. By buying a whole turkey, cutting it and packaging your own servings you can cut the cost to 26? each. Note carefully prices quoted per pound or per ounce, Be very careful in shopping specials. Some truly are specials, many are not. 5. When you go to the large supermarkets, buy the private brands. These canned items are packed by the major canners and sold under the private label. You can realize the savings of as much as 40 by buying this way. When buying peaches, pears, or apples, buy slices, chunks, or halves rather than whole and save 3 to 5. 6. One of the most costly item in anyone's food budget is meat. The best way to buy meats is to buy the specials. There are some stores in town that specialize in meat products. Shop those stores. Another important way to save money is to buy stew meats or soup bones. They make excellent soups and leftovers can be frozen for later. When you plan meals and buy expensive cuts or meat, buy hamburger and hot dogs for the kids. They will enjoy the meat much more than a steak. 7. There are two or three stores in town that specialize in day-old bread. You can buy this day-old bread and many types of small cakes and cookies at half price or less. This saving alone could add up to several hundred dollars a year. There are also many milk depots in the valley in which you can buy milk products at a discount. Remember that 2 milk has all of the nutritional value of regular milk and is usually 5 to 10? per gallon cheaper. during the week of March 13 through March 17, or even on registration day, March 20. These students must first pick up packet at registration office before going to treasurer's window to pay. All students paying before March 20 will not have to return continued on page 8 VJintcr Quarter Final Exam Schedule Classes scheduled to meet less than three days per week will hold their final examination on the last day of class preceding the following exam schedule. Closes sclicQuleJ to meet three or more days per week will hold their final examination as follows: Exam day, Wed. March 15; regular class time, 7; exam class time, 7 to 9. Exam day, Wed. March 15; regular class time 9; exam class time 9 to 11. Exam day, Wed. March 15; regular class time, 11; exam class time 11 to 1. Exam day. Wed. March 15; regular class time, 1; exam class time 1 to 3. Exani day. Wed. March 15; regular class time 3; exam class time, 3 to 5. Exam day, Thurs. March 16; regular class time 8; exam class time 7 to 9. Exam day, Thurs. March 16; regular class time 10; exam class time 9 to 11. Exam day, Thurs. March 16; regular class time, 12; exam class time 11 to 1. Exam day, Thurs. March 16; regular class time, 2; exam class time 1 to 3. Exam day, Thurs. March 16; regular class time, 4; exam class time 3 to 5. Classes will be held Friday, March 17. Notice ALL MATERIAL FOR THE TRADE WINDS SHOULD BE PLACED IN BOX 27, IN 'HIE DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE OR GIVEN-TO A STAFF MEMBER IN THE TRADE WIN DS OFFICE IN ROOMS211. Studentbody Elections Underway Those running for studentbody office must meet the following requirements: 1. Must be full-time student during election. 2. Must be full-time student for fall, winter and spring quarter of the next year. 3. Must abide by dress standards.4. Must maintain 2.5 GPA. 5. Must not be on academic of behavioral probation. 6. Must complete application form and obtain a petition of 25 signatures. This must be turned into the Studentbody President before March 17. 7. Each candidate must appear before the Inter-relations Board for interview concerning eligibility, before March 17. ELECTION CALENDAR Petitions and Interviews-March 6-17. Campaigning for primary election - March 20 - 28. Primary election - March 29-30.Campaigning for final election - March 31 - April 5. Final elections - April 6 -7. Formal Dance and election returns - April 7. EK Attracts Foreign Students at UTC are from everywhere it seems Pakistan, Thailand, Germany, Mexico and England the list goes on and on. This writer interviewed three students during this week, about their reasons for coming to America, to UTC, and what their post-graduation plans are. Suiee Vatsanopsas is from Thailand and has been in this country for three months; every one of them have been spent at UTC. He learned English in his country, and came to the USA to study food science and nutrition, and plans to return to his homeland to work with his government in that area. He likes UTC and his favorite 'thing about America is her countrysidehe thinks it's beautiful. Sione Ng Havili is from Tonga and lives here with his relatives. He came to Ymerica expressly to go to school, just to learn, and has been in this country since last summer. Kathleen Aldred is from England. She came to America by a sponsor from the LDS church, wanted to go to school, and came to UTC. She, like Suiee, loves America's natural scenery. UTC is her way to a 1-year business degree, after which she will work in Salt Lake. She enjoys ward activities on the Y" campus, and likes UTC because it is "small and friendly." How do people receive them here in America, especially in a small town? Suiee put it this way: "Over here in America, everyone is pretty much on his own, In the country where I come from, it is like a person is your brother. Kathleen says it is just the opposite in her situation; one of her favorite things is the friendly atmosphere. They both like UTC and especially the chance for good schooling. !tof? lab During the past quarter the College has been operating a math laboratory on an experimental basis. Students signed up for whatever math course they 'needed and chose the hour they wanted to take the course. They could sign up for any hour from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. An instructor was available in the lab to assist individuals or groups with whatever math problems they encountered. The response of the students has been so overwhelmingly in favor of the math lab that it will be operated again next quarter. The number of hours the lab will be open next quarter will depend upon the number of students who register for each hour. Courses will be offered ranging from intermediate algebra to differential and integral calculus with practical applications. Students progress at their own pace. Some finish a course in as little time as one-half quarter. Others whose progress is slower may take as much as two quarters to complete a given course, but all who complete are skilled in the mathematical techniques they studied.
|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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