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rRADEWlND UiMl V V ' L 1 L VOLUME 3. NUMBER 26 Students Hope For Intramural The prefix"intra" means "Within or contained in"., "Mural" stands for walls. So, intramural (or into collegiate) means within the walls of a certain place. As it applies to UTC, "intramural" represents a program of sports with competition between the students in the various departments of the school. The program will be coordinated by two people: a faculty member who would work full time to arrange and run sprts activities from the administration side, and a student Intramurals Chairman who would work with the faculty member in games setup from the students'spoint-of-view. Sports being considered for the program are: Flag Football, Volleyball, Softball, Basketball, Archery, Rodeo, Ping-Pong, Pool, and Golf. As currently proposed, the program is to be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays between ten and eleven a.m. This hour will be a free one for the whole school, and any program can be held then. Some concessions on the part of both the faculty and the studentbody will have to be made to accomodate the program, the main one of which is the rescheduling of classes to earlier or later hours to provide the free hour. This rescheduling may cause some inconvenience, but the interaction and involment that students will have with their fellow students will far outweigh, in social importance, the hour earlier or later you may have to come to class. LaVerl Crosby, studentbody president and main proponent in the intramural movement, is confident of the passage of the program by the college administration. "We circulated petitions and collected over 500 signatures of students in favor of intramural sports. The college administrators have a positive attitde toward the program, and with continued student and faculty support we are pretty sure the program will be intiated soon." Ito&flcwy Applied Sde&ace Two outstanding citizens in business and industry who have aided and befriended Utah Technial College at: Provo over the years will be awarded honorary Associates of Applied Science degrees at its May 30 commencement exercises in the Provo tabernacle. They are Seth P. Program Both coach Gary Pullins and coach Sam Little of UTC's athletic department are also in full agreement and support ofthe program. They recently coordinated and held a ping-on g and pool tournament to stimulate interest and participation in intramuurals. Both are working closely with the college administration members for passage of the intramural program. This program is intended for you, the student, to have fun with your friends in, and to allow you to interact with other students here that are potential friends (but whom you mght never meet otherwise). Considering what you have now, the deal deal is a pretty good one. The Amatuer Radio club at UTC has accomplished many things this year. Among their accomplishments they have made efforts to help the members of their club who idn't have a licence to obtain one. ' A total of 66 contacts were made by licenced members of the club from the amatuer radio station, September 24, 1973 through Mav 1. 1974. These contacts were made to 19 different states and Canada. Emperimental work was done by the memberson antennas. A field trip was made Jo the station owned By Dr. Johnson UTC Instructor, where the members were shown his radio gear and antennas.The class had 11 members in the club during this last school year, and had estblished a bank account. At the meetings which were held monthly, many aspects of amature radio were discussd, such as building equipment, proper operating, and operating in a contest Officers electd for this year were Dean Harmer, President; Vice-President, Larry Skinner; Secretary, Terry; and Advisor, Dr. Doug Johnson. Billings, Provo, retired represenattive of Lang Wayne Equipment Company, and Frank S. Dain, Provo, superintendent of personnel services for Geneva Works. The commencement excerises will feature BYU President Dallin Oaks as graduation speaker. Utah Technical UTAH TECHNICAL r'n ; fy "-h. ?n k,vv-; ...... -TV - pyw Studentbody officers, back left to light. Gary Aldlston. Financial Chairman; Gregg Chamberlain. ICC Chairman; LaVerl Crosby, Studentbody President; Ron Boyd, Executive' Vice President; Larry Rock, Activities Chairman; Marilyn Wet7 Sfe?3)ff3i7 Offers Although the newly-elected student body officers were only sworn into office a short time ago, plans for the forthcoming school year are already flowing from the offices of President LaVerl Crosby and his officers. The chief emphasis LaVerl and his administration will place on the activitis they plan will be the concept of Total Involvement. That is, to paraphrase LaVerl,"We want as many people participating in as many activities and in-terating with as many other people in the school as possible." Watch for these activities nejct year: College at Provo will graduate a recored class of 405 students. Utah Tech President, Wilson W. Sorensen, said both have served on advisory committees for the college and have rendered invaluable service in helping advise a curriculum and training methods best suited to the needs of . its COLLEGE 'PROVO The initiation of an intramurals program, where by the various departments and groups in the school can have fun competing in sports like volleyball, basketball, flag football, pool, ping pong, and archery. The renewal of the quest for additional funds from the state to allow the completion of the new UTC campus in Orem. "We are working on a new. presentatin of our funding . appeal," says LaVerl, "and we have some new people to help make our point. We are confident that we will recieve the necessary fundng this next time arund." students and the community. Presient Sorensen will be in charge of the exercises and award the honorary degrees. A representative of the Utah State Board of Regents and another from the Utah State Board for Vocational Education will present the diplomas to the graduates. Bounous, AWS Vice President, Trina Pyne, Publicity; Jerri Wright, Public Relations. Missing from the picture are Paula Kaller, Secretary and Dave Nelson, Student Awareness. All-school assemblies once a month wherein the students can learn of what's going on in school affairs that affect them, feedback opinions and ieas, be entertained (by movies,- en-terainers, and the like), and be involved. Compilation of a Studnet Directory. Establishment of a publicity chairman who would get the word to the students on "whats happening", and who would be a separate entity I- of iamtta I R May 23, 24, 25 - National TourneyC 5 May 25, 26, 27 - Memorial Holiday v . MONDAY, MAY 20. 1974 from the existing position of Activities Chairman. Many more dances ("We have a deal with the Ice House", says LaVerl) and get togethers in which the students can become involved and get to know their fellow students. "A lot of work is going into the planning of great activities for the coming year, but to make them worthwhile every student has to support and participate in the activities," says LaVerl.
|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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