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Volume 10 Number 27 OFFICIAL STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVO'OREM May7, 1982 UTC Baseball Team Best In History By: Brent Lott Coach Dave Nelson believes that the talent on this years team is as good (if not better) than any he has ever coached. The Tech has been blasting their opponents right off of the ball park. Last weekend the Tech played C.N.C.C. and C.E.U. on the road, which usually is a hard road trip to sweep, but the Tech blew both teams right out of their own dugouts. Steve Egan slammed three homeruns in our game against C.N.C.C. to wrap-up the game within four innings. The "Bear" Greg Hales complimented Egan with two touchdown home runs to face C.N.C.C. and sweep the series. College of Eastern Utah recieved much of the same treatment as C.N.C.C. and the wolves swept through Price, Utah leaving C.E.U. without clue. The pitching staff led by Dave Draper and Dusty "rust never sleeps" Strickland has been strengthened with the return of Darin Steele from surgery. Dave Draper has the best pitching and E.R.A. record than any thrower in the conference. The Tech has lost only one conference game and with the results of last weekends road trip, -4 A combination of outstanding pitching and consistant hitting has brought the Wolverines to a 15-1 record. the worst the Tech could do is tie for first place in conference play. Coach Nelson and staff expect not just to tie but to clinch the I.C.A.C. title and advance to Grand Junction, Colorado for the regional finals and some real competition. The Tech will be at home this weekend hosting Snow College Friday afternoon and Dixie on Saturday. Both games will begin at 1:00. Come on out and enjoy the sunshine, and support the Wolverines as they thrash their way to another conference championship. Discussed Move Still Under Consideration By Michele Caneen LaVar Rockwood, Dean of Administrative Services and, Chairman of the Space Utilization committee, presided over the ad hoc meeting, hejd Monday, May 3, in which further discussion concerning, the proposed move of Business services and computers from Provo to Orem campus, was held. Rockwood requested the meeting to allow faculty and students more imput on the controversial move. Lisa Anderton, Mark Heaps and Scott Worley," the three students who initiated the move to include student imput, attended the meeting. LaVar asked several of the department heads to explain to the committee their departments services and needs relating to business and computer services. Although it was agreed that the computers could operate on either campus, the feasibility of placing them on Orem campus was suggested since 3Ath of the student body were located on that campus. The main concern of some of the G.E. and Business faculty were over the one option mentioned which would use the west side of the business building to house the relocated services; rooms that are presently used as faculty and counseling offices and classrooms. Stating the BYU's phasing out courses and tightening up requirements will mean an added impact of some of their students to an already accelerated enrollment expected at UTC. The faculty members stated they need not only the classrooms now in use, but additional space . will have to be found to accomodate the additional numbers expected in Fall 1982. Discussion also centered around the several other spaces identified as options, including the east side of Trades, sections of the 2nd and 4th floors of the LRC, bringing in trailers for classroom use and waiting for the Bookstore to vacate was' also a consideration. Other alternatives were also discussed. J D. Davidson, President-elec: of the faculty, queried Rockwood as to whether the end proposal would be presented to President Sorenson of would wait for the new, incoming President Rockwood responded that it was hoped that workable proposal could be finalized and presented to President Sorenson, but if the proposals could not be readied in time, they were, then be presented to the new, in-coming President, who, as of this date, has not been named. He then spoke to the committee, saying that students, faculty and Administration would all have to compromise, but he was willing to receive more data and imput in a subsequent meeting, which was set for Monday, May 17, at 3 p.m. It was recommended at that point that a decision be made at the May 17 meeting for a final decision on the location of the computer center, since Spring quarter registration is almost here and on-line registration would be instituted for the new term. The west side of the Smoking area is stringly being considered. This choice would in no way interfere with the or change the smoking area itself. Schedule of Events Friday, May 7: Baseball, Snow at Orem; Orem baseball field, 1 p.m. Friday, May 7: Fall quarter tlass schedules due (Scheduling Office). Saturday, May 8: "Baseball, Dixie at Orem, Orem baseball field, 1 p.m. Monday, May 10: Third evaluation of non-tenured faculty members to be completed. Friday, May 28: Instructor follow-up and placement report for non-returning students (Placement Office).
|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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