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lecfflonns Volume 9 Number 21 Primary Elections Set For Studentbody elections will be held this week with Primary Election today, April 20th, and Finals on Wednesday, April 22. Voting booths will be placed in strategic locations on both campuses including the Main Building foyer in Provo. The Orem Campus voting booths will be in Trades, Business and the Student Center. There may be more booths if sufficient need is shown. With three parties; The Gang, Eight is Enough, and High Energy, and two independents, Willie Blocker and Robert Con-over, this election has This is a scene from Phi Beta Utah Technical College's Rho Lambda chapter of Phi Beta Lambda took top honors at the recent state Phi Beta Lambda competition held for 12 Utah colleges at Utah Technical College at Salt Lake City. Phi Beta Lambda is the national organization for post-secondary and college students interested in and OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE bday been a very competitive one. Last year, the independents had to run against only one party. All the candidates have their reasons for running for an office. "I like meeting new people, and love working with them," said Roland Benson of "The Gang." Each party could have: forty posters, banners no bigger than 1,200 sq. ft., 1,000 flyers, and the maximum each person could spend was $50 and donations could not exceed $250. Total expenditures for this election could run as high as $2,550. One of the students said, "I can't decide which one to vote for, I ' - i the children's center Easter party last Thursday. Lambda preparing for careers in business and business education. The major business of the conference was the election of state officers and a series of competitive events among local chapters. Rho Lambda won three first place and two second place chapter awards and three first place, four second place, TMs think they would all do a great job. Do you have to vote for the whole party?" When voting, a participant may select the whole party or each individual for that particular office. Split ballot voting is acceptable. The first election will take place Monday, April 20, and the second, Wednesday, April 22. "I love this school and I have some great ideas," said Clay Lance of Eight is Enough. "I know our party has great ideas and can work hard to implement them," added Wade Hansen of High Energy. ' 4 , i Chapter Takes Top and three third place individual awards in individual competition. Students from the Rho Lambda Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda participated and placed on the state level in the following events: Jeanette Rawlings, a legal assistant major from Orem, Utah, placed first in Business Law and second in Job Interview Weds At r y I ! ; J jLJ Students running for office have been plastering the UTC halls with posters. Primary elections will be held today, with finals on Wednesday. A heavy voter turnout is expected. Photo by Lisa Wardle. Monday, April 20th: Primary Elections-both campuses. UTC vs BYU atBYU. Tuesday, April 21: UTC vs University of Utah at Salt Lake City. Donna Black, a business management major from Provo, Utah, placed first in Extemporaneous speaking and third in Business Law. Jodie Wilson, an executive secretary major from Richfield, Utah, placed first in Executive Typist. Marlene Jolley, an accounting major from Orem. Utah, placed se AT PROVOOREM Schedule of Events Hunk Contest, UTC Student Center Cafeteria. Wednesday, April 23: Final Elections-both campuses. UTC vs U of U atUlt. Also April 23: Honors cond in Ms. Future Business Executive, one of the most prestigious events in PBL. Virgil Malloy, an accounting major from Payson, Utah, placed second in Data Processing II. Colleen Barney, an executive secretary major from Richfield, Utah, placed second in Executive Typist. UTC April 20, 1981 i E Eldridge Cleaver-Orem Concourse, Thursday, April 24: UTC vs Utah State at UTC. April 23-30: UTC Arts pajr Beccie Reading, an accounting major from Provo, Utah, placed third in Ms. Future Business Executive and in Who's Who in PBL. All first place winners will represent the state at the National Leadership Conference to be held in Chicago, Illinois, July 5-8.
|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|