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"Action Eight" Move Into Position, Plan Spring Events By Lisa Dobs on Action Eight, the newly-elected student government body met on May 6 to discuss activities scheduled for the remainder of spring quarter. Need for Funds President Mark Fisher presided to organize a fund-raising activity which will enable the Baseball Team to compete in the Western Regionals in Arizona. "It looks good for us," said Intramural Vice President and baseball player Bruce Logan. "We have a strong ball club. If we can get to the Regionals and win, the National Competition will be paid for." Meet the Team Day has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 13 to enable the studentbody to mingle with members of the team. Plans include a Volume 8 No. 22 Wolverine .;. 5. ' f 1 Row 1, left to right: Joe Fieldstead, Jeff Ostler, Craig Downs, Bruce Logan. Row 2: Kevin Butler, Wayne Nelson, Kevin King, Craig Moore, Tom Batey. Row 3: Todd Stubbs, Craig Raines, Leif Olson, Bob Keyes, Bob Moncure, Asst. Coach Kim Nelson. Row 4: Coach Dave Nelson, Kerry Roberts, Pat Benton, Kevin Peay, Paul Frankom, Mark Hall. Tradewinds Taking Applications For 1981 Editor Positions Students wishing to apply for the positions on the Tradewinds newspaper staff need to have their applications into the student center offices by May 14. Applications may be picked up at the personnel office. Positions open include Editor-in-Chief, Business Manager, and Photographer. Each position carries with it a dance, popcorn sales, and lunch on the lawn. Members of the baseball team and the student council will also visit classes to ask for small donations. "If we can get 50 cents per student, that would be enough," said Fisher. Canyon Party A canyon party has been scheduled for May 22 to replace the Saratoga Party which was planned for May 15. The canyon party has been an annual activity and has been considered very successful each year. Student participation of 500 is expected to attend the activity which will be held at Canyon Glen in Provo Canyon. Games will begin at 11 a.m. with lunch to follow at noon. Student Responsibility Student involvement is the key to the success of ASUTC events, says OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT Baseball t,, J S "V 5 full-ride scholarship, and salary or commission. The position ofeditor-in-chief requires 15-20 hours per week. Applicants should be trained in news writing, editing, and layout. The position of Business Manager requires 15-20 hours per week selling advertisements to established and new accounts. The Business President Mark Fisher. "The Council is planning an exciting year, but it all depends on participation," he says. "This new Council works very well together. You'll see us do more together socially because of the friendship we share. I think that friendship generates more enthusiasm and excitement into school activities. We hope that the students will support us." Fisher added. Banquet scheduled Approximately 80 outstanding students representing all departments will be honored at the Awards and Inauguration Dinner to be held May 20. Newly elected student council members will be sworn into office. The banquet will begin at 6:30 in the Student Center Tickets are on sale for $2. Claims Title, Prepares For Regionals Manager should have experience in accounting. The Tradewinds Photographer must have a thorough knowledge of photography as well as dark-room procedures. The job requires 10-15 hours of work per week. The new Tradewinds Editors will be chosen by the Publications Board Monday, May 19.' TO!! j' J ' Lee Barrus, current ASUTC President, meets with recently elected President Mark Fisher to discuss upcoming activities. Fisher will be sworn into office May 20 in the Awards and Inauguration Banquet. Photo by Scott Hancock The Utah Technical College baseball team finished the season as league champions as of last weekends brilliant three game victory. The Wolverines downed College of Eastern Utah in the first two games 6-2, 14-4, and took the first half of a double-header from Colorado Northwestern for the title. With the victories, the Wolverines earned a berth opposite the Arizona Collegiate Athletic Conference champions in the NJCAA regionals May 16-17. There were plenty of heroes for the Wolverines, who finished with an overall record of 33-8 and a league mark of 16-4. Leif Olsen drove home two runs in the first game against CEU and Craig Downs ran his record to 9-0. Craig Raines ran his record to 6-0 in the second game and got 18-hit support with Kevin King collecting three of the safeties. Joe Fieldstead and Todd Stubbs each drove home two runs. Tod Stubbs is from Montana, and was all conference and all region honorable mention last year. Tod has professional abilities and could be in the draft this vear. Leif Olsen has come to us from Cottonwood High School in Salt Lake. Coach Nelsen said that he PROVOOREM was he most improved player from last year. On the pre-season trip to Oregon, he was the leading hitter earning a .375. Craig Downs hails from Hillcrest High in SLC and is tagged as the most consistent pitcher with nine wins under his belt this season. Returned Joe Fieldstead, from Alta-mount, Utah moves from last years position of catcher to stand in at second base. He set last years school record by stealing 26 bases. The teams left-handed pticher, Thomas Batey, is from Salt Lake City. Tom had a big win against the College of Southern Idaho in the Oregon tournament.Multi-talented Craig Raines is the other pitcher coming here from Ogden, Utah. Besides playing baseball, Craig was on last years basketball team. The teams short stop this year is Craig Moore. Alto of the teams success Upcoming... May 13 May 20 May 22 May 9, 1980 depends on his skills as short stop. Bob Moncure is from Wyoming. After playing here two years ago he was drafted by the New York Yankees in the first round, but declined to fill a two year mission for the L.D.S. church. Now he is back with the Wolverines in the outfield and is leading the team in the hitting catagory. One of the teams most prized recruits is Pat Benton from Davis High. Pat is a transfer student from Dixie College where last year he led the conference in home runs and batting averages. The team depends on him for his hitting and pitching abilities. Coach Dave Nelson stated that this is the best team he has coached in his last five years at UTC. They work hard and play hard as evidenced by their recent victories. Our heartiest congradula-tions to the team as they have represented us well this season. Good Luck in Arizona! MEET THE TEAM DAY Help raise funds to send the Baseball Team to the Western Regionals. AWARDS and INAUGURATION BANQUET. Everyone invited - Tickets available in Student Center Office for $2. Annual Canyon Party Canyon Glenn in Provo Canyon Lunch and games.
|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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