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i , Vol. 6 No. 29 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVO May 22, 1978 UTC Hosts Rodeo in College of Southern Idaho at Twin Falls took only two first places at the weekend Rocky Mountain Region meet of the National Collegiate Rodeo Association, but scored consistently down the line in enough other events to win the team championship from 1 1 other schools. The meet was held in Spanish Fork with Utah Technical College of Provo and Orem as host. Second place team honors went to Weber State of Ogden, with Utah State of Logan third, BYU fourth, and Utah Tech of Provo and Orem fifth. In the women's competition, BYU lady riders took team first, Boise State at Boise second, and Utah Tech of Provo and Orem third. One more meet for the Rocky Mountain Region remains, at Utah State in Logan Friday and Saturday, before the national finals scheduled for Bozeman, Montana, June 19-24. Other schools competing besides the five team winners included Utah Technical Fix Tickets Anyone still in possession of parking or other penalty tickets not paid, are urged to take care of them immediately. The Traffic Appeals Committee holds a meeting every Tuesday at 3 p.m. in room M109 at the Provo Campus, where these tickets can be paid for or, if necessary, judged. Questions regarding these tickets should be relayed to the Campus Police in TB-102 or at extension 187. They are open from 9 to 1 :00 daily. Grades and diplomas will be held until all tickets are taken care of. Successful Spanish Fork : . . '.- I -til 2. -r.' ; Tv'T.... pSr' v. A rodeo meet was held recently in the event. Although UTC did not up a valiant fight and showed a Braun. College at Salt Lake, University of Utah, Snow, Dixie, College of Southern Utah at Cedar City, Idaho State at Pocatello and Boise State. Individual winners for men in the Spanish Fork meet included: Calf-ropingWalter Park, CSI, first; Layne Gubler, Utah State, second; Steve Harper, USU, third, and Gary Stark, USU, fourth. Steer wrestlingLance Robinson, Weber State, first; Dee Oakson, Weber, second; Mark Parker, Utah Tech at Salt Lake, third; and Craig Cross, Weber, fourth. Saddle bronc riding-Lewis Field, Weber, first; Rick Smith, CSLI, Hispanic Club meeting The newly formed Hispanic Club will hold a meeting on Thursday, May 25, from 3-4 p.m. in room M-218 on the Provo Campus. The objectives of the club include: A. To have a voice on campus to instigate more meaningful curriculum and programs dealing with Hispanic Students which would benefit the entire studentbody. B. To serve as a Spanish Fork with UTCP hosting win the rodeo competition, we put good spirit. Photo by Richard second; Wade Prescott, Idaho State, third, and Brent Shurtliff, Utah Tech at Provo and Orem, fourth. Team roping Lewis Field and Jim Aukanenia Weber State, first; Sam McKenzie and Monty Webb, CSI, second, and Lance Robenson and Ty Tingey, Weber State, third. Bareback riding-Walter Park, CSI, first; Lewis Field, Weber, and Calvin Fox, BYU, tied for second, and Delwin Amy, CSI and John Roach, Weber, tied for third. Bull riding Calvin Fox, BYU, first; Kelly Wahlen, Weber, and cont. page 3 resource to the community.C. To perpetuate and encourage academic studies that will prepare the Hispanic student to be productive and competitive in our society and in benefiting his own ethnic group. D. To create an awareness of the Hispanic heritages and cultures, to understand its meaning, appreciate its beauty, and ensure its continuation. .' ,t L: Mf..: 4 I 1 rr r.:. : ; ja t- i A young lady demonstrates her skills at a recent rodeo held at Spanish Folk. The next rodeo will be held at Utah State in Logan. This will be the last rodeo before the finals scheduled for Bozeman, Montana on June 19-24. Photo by Richard Braun. Outstanding Honored by Awards for outstanding women players in volleyball and Softball have been made at the close of the first year in women's athletics for Utah Technical College at Provo and Orem, according to Sharon Benson, coach and director of Utah Tech women's athletics. In volleyball, most valuable player award went to hitter-blocker Leslie Bonnett of Orem, and Mashelle Pikus of Orem received the most inspirational player honors. In softball, shortstop April Walker of LaPoint garnered the most valuable player award and Diane Wyand of Rialto, California, who played second base, was named most inspirational player. 1 &t . t - A 1 ' Players Department Top award of the department went to Kayce Bjarnson of Pleasant Grove, who was named Distinguished Athlete of the year. She was catcher on the soft-ball team and was setter-hitter in volleyball. "Kayce was the outstanding woman athlete at Utah Tech this year," said Coach Benson. Buster comes to UTC This Friday night, Tradewinds is sponsoring an end-of-the-year pillow concert at the Orem Student Center. The concert will feature Buster, made up of former members of Fortune and Uncle Wiggly. Appearing with Buster is Funn, a funky disco bank. s;4Ss.r l 1 ' : ' v, v. giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiigi I Canyon Party 1 fllIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIimillllllllllllH1IIHIIIIIIIM9 1 UTCP's Canyon Party, originally! scheduled for May 17, i has been rescheduled for May 24. ! It will be held at Canyon Glen Park in Provo from 12-5 p.m. Buses will leave the 1 Orem Campus at 111 a.m. and the Provo I Campus at 11:10 a.m. 1 Plenty of food and activities are planned, f BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHim A fashion show will also be presented by seven of the contestants from the Miss Utah Pageant. Tickets are $2.50 and will be sold this week at the Information Desk in the Student Center and in the lobby of the Provo Campus. The concert will begin at 8:00 p.m.
|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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