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Volumn 10 Number 4 r-ja Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem has won first place in the "Outstanding Campus in the State" category of a statewide contest sponsored by Utah Associated Garden Clubs, Utah Association of Nurseryman, Utah State University and a Salt Lake newspaper. Dick Van Zomeren, supervisor of grounds at Utah Tech. received the award at recent ceremonies in Salt Lake Citv. Several college and university campuses in the state competed. Both the Orem and Provo campuses of Utah Scheduled For November 1 1 On November 11th, 19R1. a new Miss U.T.C. Provo - Orem will be chosen from a field of 10 or 11 girls. For the second year in a row. this pageant will be a preliminary for the Miss Utah and Miss America pageant. The girls are going through rigorus preparations for this pageant. They are rehearsing three mornings a week for a musical production number for fun and entertainment showing off team work. You will notice the word beauty pageant has not been used. According to pageant-director Ann Richardson, beauty is not being stressed, although it is important, but that a talent is more what they are stressing. The Miss Utah pageant is the largest preliminary pageant for the Miss America pageant out of the 50 states, the girls do have something big to shoot for. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE o n? Tech were considered in the judging. Judges awarded Utah Tech 97 of a possible 100 in the final tally. .Juding was based on the care and beauty achieved for the campus with . materials and manpower available. ' Judges noted that both the Provo and Orem f campuses added to the aesthetic beauty of the communities involved. ,. Van Zomeren said a slide presentation was made as part of Utah Tech's entry. A metal plaque and framed certificate were f presented to Van J Zomeren at the award I ceremonies. &m rl ? On the local level, the new Miss UTC Provo-Orem and her two attendants will receive three Quarters paid tution here at the school. The pageant is growing very rapidly. T,ast year there were 8 girls competing for the title. This year 10 or 11 are expected. Last year a little over 300 people were on hand in the cafateria of the school the night Sandy Nielsen was crowned Miss UTC Provo-Orem. This years turnout is expected to be much larger. Council Proclaims Club Wee!: Ocff. 21-20 By Annette Johansen Recently the Student Council met to discuss future" UTC activities. The discussions included the TCC dinner dance to be held Wednesday the Rth at the Elks Lodge. h "w "IT"' i 1 f UTC received an award for being the most outstanding campus in the state in terms of beautification. The award was presented by the Utah Association of Garden Clubs and two other organizations. Anderson Crowned Rodeo Queen bv Chris L. Christensen Karen Anderson, a second year student at UTC in Provo. was crowned Queen Friday night at the UTC Rodeo. The prettynineteen-vear-old coed from Randolph. Utah, who is mnioing in nursing, will go on to compete on the national level the third weekend in June in Rozemnn. Montana. The cost is $7.50 per plate, the dress is. formal to semi-formal, and the band is Light Year. The week of 21-28 was proclaimed club week. The dinner dance is to celebrate club week. 'J Though this is not the first time she has beei queen at a rodeo, it was surelv the most outstanding.Judged on personality and horsemanship. Karen and the other contestants, participated in interviews and riding drills. Karen has been in rodeos since she was a small child and has competed and won events in team roping. The student senate will be chosen soon. Each department head will pick two representatives of their department. The new student senate will, meet at 6:30. Oct. 22. AT PROVOOREM Karen Anderson was recently crowned the UTC rodeo queen. breakaway, goat tyinj' We wish Karen and barrel! racing. 'ccess as she represents She reigned over the us in further corn-three rodeos Friday and petitions. Saturday. Schedule Of Events Sat. 24 (Vollyball) CNCC at UTC Mon.26-Tues. 27 Craft Display Wed.28 ICC Dinner Dance "Best Dress" Thur.29 Movie October 23, 1981 . "Heaven Can Wait" Fri.30 Vollyball CEU At UTC - All night Halloween movies - Blood drive Sat. 31 Halloween.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|