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RADEWIND VOLUME 5 No. 22 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE at PKOVO March 7, 1977 Ho n 2 mimmL By JoAnn DeHaas Thieves gained entry into Alpha Chi Omega's Student Smoking Lounge early Saturday morning. ,A game machine and several vending machines were destroyed. One Hundred and twenty packages of cigaretts, and approximately $40 in change was taken. The break -in was discovered Saturday at 1:15 p.m. by Barbara Hawkins and her daughter, Pauline Loveless, students and members of the club, when they entered the lounge to clean it. Entry was made sometime after the area had been checked by UTC-P Security at 2 a.m. According to Ron Maryhew, the door on the west entrance was jimmed with a crowbar-like instrument. The same tool was used to open the vending machines. All the change was taken from the vending and Deca Club Awards at Members of UTC-P's DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) Chapter captured the majority of honors at the Utah Junior Collegiate DECA Competitions held on Feb. 23-26 at Sweetwater Resort on Bear Lake. In competition with Weber, Dixie, Utah State, and Utah Technical College at Salt Lake, UTC-P won 23 of the 55 awards given. Nine first place, twelve second place and two third place trophies were brought home by the various students who participated. Winners and the events are as follows: Sales manager meeting, first place, Kevin Graves, Mapleton, and second place was taken by Carl Ryan, Longview, Wash. Human relations decision ' making, second place, Gwen Walker, Orem. Training manual, third place, Becki Simons, Spanish Fork. Chapter marketing manual, second place, Kevin Graves, Mapleton. Chapter activities manual, second place, Joni Black, Provo. Apparel and accessories, written, first place, Jode Tyler, Provo. Advertising campaign,, first place, Tom Rasmussen, Provo, and Darrell Cornford, Oakley. Merchandising decision making, first place, Bud Goff, Provo, and second place Dave Stark, Mapleton. Fashion merchandising, first place, Jolene Mecham, Provo. Food service manager, second place, Dave Wor-thington, Grantsvillw. Food service employee, game machines, and the cigarette machine was emptied by the burglars. Coin boxes, pieces of the machines, pop cans, and chairs were strewn throughout the room. A canned-pop vending machine, coffee machine, and other things of value were left unharmed. The machines have now been removed from the lounge. "Damage to the machines was approximately $3,000," said the club president, Ron Meyhew. "The club put a lot of eftort into providing and maintaining the lounge and were proud of the services that it provided for the pleasure of its members and the others who use the facilities," he said. "The machines will be Wins Majority ov State Competition second place, Bernardo Villar, Pay son. Apparel and accessories employee, second place, Suzanne Martin, Walnut Creek, Calif. Food marketing manager, second place, Joe Oakley, North Salt Lake. Petroleum employee, first place, Brent Holdaway, Provo. Real estate employee, first place, John Cameron, Orem. General merchandising manager, first place, Brent Crotts, American Fork, and second place, Annette Lloyd, Mapleton. General merchandising employee, second place, Marie Crosland, Moroni. Aside from the DECA competitions, students attending the convention enjoyed many activities such as a banquet, on Wednesday evening, Feb. 23. On Thursday, UTC-P sponsored a fashion show with cost urns from nearly every century being modeled. Models were furnished by UTC-P's Fashion Merchandising department. Rita Thomas, instructor of the department, narrated the event supplying interesting facts from the various dates. Also, on Thursday, students attended a Disco dance. Friday morning a buffet breakfast was served before the day's activities got underway. Other activities enjoyed were: workshops relating to general business management, a combined sleigh and hay ride, and swimming. Members of the Provo DECA chapter highlighted Friday's returned, only if a way to secure the door to prevent a reoccurrance can be devised," Mr. Meryhew said. The robbery was reported to Eric Frame of UTC-P Security, Tom Hover, Student Activities Advisor, and to the Provo Police Department. "A full-scale investigation is underway," the club president added. "We would like to thank Mr. Hover, UTC-P's Security, and the Provo Police Department for their cooperation, and those who came to aide in cleaning up the mess," Mr. Meryhew concluded. The club issues a plea to anyone who may have information about the break-in to contact either Eric Frame, of UTC-P Security Department or the Provo Police Department. F i . i ! . . I i J v -x K I ill J , jj . i I The UTC Provo DECA Chapter members display trophies and ribbons won at the Utah Junior Collegiate DECA Competitions held recently at Bear Lake. UTC-P swept the majority of honors by receiving 23 of the 55 awards given. Some of the winners are from front left to right: Jonie Black, 2nd place; Marie Crosland, events by providing adoor-to-door, condominium-to-condominium marching orchestra. Instruments for the band were composed of various UTC-P's Smoking Lounge was buglarized on Saturday morning, Feb. 26. Theives made entry by jarring the lock on the door with a crowbar. Besides making the place a shambles, change was taken from the vending and kitchen and household utencils. To conclude the convention , participants attended an awards luncheon on Saturday where the winners were an 2nd place; Becki Simons, 3rd place. Back row: Dave Stark, second place; Dave Worthington, 1st place; Brent Holdaway, 1st place; Tom Rasmussen, 1st place; Bud Goff, 1st place; and Joe Oakley, second place. Other winners were not available for photo. nounced and trophies and ribbons were received. UTC-P students and others returned home after the successful convention adjourned. i i game machines. Damage to the facilities was approximately $3,000. Some machines were taken from the lounge for repair and will be returned after some precautions have been taken toprevent a reoccurance. Those placing in the competitions are now qualified to attend the National DECA competitions which will be held in Anaheim, Calif, in April.
|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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