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.. PA i 1 CfilD J in L F11 UJLDUrJU Volume 1 1 Number 5 Women There was plenty of action last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday when Utah Technical College of ProvoOrem hosted two rodeos at their Orem Campus Rodeo Grounds. Ten colleges and universities, including BYU, Weber State, Utah State, Boise State, Southern Utah State, Idaho State, College of Southern Idaho, Snow, Utah Technical College of Salt Lake, and UTC ProvoOrem, participated in both rodeos, which featured some of the best collegiate cowboys and cowgirls in the area. On Thursday, Oct. 13, in a one night rodeo competition the Utah Tech ProvoOrem girls ran away with the first place honors scoring 250 total points, Utah State was second with 169 points, and Idaho State came in third with 129 points. Sandy Gregory l-f.-; h i i f f. Connie Morse was crowned the UTC Rodeo Queen. Her first attendant is Denise Grange. The third horsewoman is Unidentified. Photo by Mike Carson. Morse Crowned Queen By Lynne Jolley A great deal of skill is required for a person to be able to display excellent horsemanship and look relaxed and professional on a horse in front of a large audience and judges. Despite the pressure, Connie Morse, through her horsemanship talent, became the UTC Rodeo Queen for the 1983-84 year. "I was very surprised when the judges announced that I had won," Connie said recently. She also added that some of the questions the judges asked her made her feel Jim Barnes iiiiiiilpi vi ' o '' .' , i The Official Student Wolverines Win Eoieo Championship spearheaded the Tech's winning ways scoring 114 points individually. The men on the other hand fell on rough times managing only a third place team finish on Thursday night. Weber State scoring 384 total points, finished first, College of Southern Idaho took second with 384 points and UTC ProvoOrem ended up with 258 points. UTC's men did have some bright spots however the Tech's Kim Lyman was the individual mens all-around champion with 144 points, and Jim Bob Eardley finished with a high 115 points. Friday and Saturday a three show rodeo was held at the same location with the same schools participating as on Thursday night. The top 10 winners on Friday returned for the finals Saturday evening. Again the women took first place in the two day meet, uncomfortable, "Which accentuated my surprise." She will later compete in the National College Rodeo Queen finals in Bozeman, Montana. Miss Morse is studying to become a legal secretary, and enjoys horseback riding and dancing. Denise Grange is first runner-up and also won the horsemanship award. She is taking general education classes and enjoys outdoor life and training horses. The two contestants were judged on ' personality, horesemanship, and knowledge UTC Utah Technical College at Provo instructor Jim Barnes, Electronic Technology Department, was named outstanding teacher of the college for the Utah Association of Community Colleges. Barnes who has worked at the college since 1969, is originally Outstanding Newspaper of Utah Technical College at ProvoOrem, P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 scoring 260 team points. College of Southern Idaho took second with 140 points, and Utah State nabbed third with 55 points. Again it was Sandy Gregory sparking the Tech winning the Break Away Roping event. Robin Christiansen also won honors for the Tech as well as winning the Barrel Racing Event. The men again could manage only another third place finish. Weber State won the team competition scoring a strong 625 total points, College of Southern Idaho was second with 270 points, and UTC ProvoOrem followed closely with 250 points. The men had no first place finishes but had, enough 2nd, 3rd, and 4ths to gain enough points for the third place team finish. These rodeos mark the end of competition for UTC ProvoOrem until February 1984. : I 10 about horses. In addition to this, the girls had to run a horse pattern to demonstrate how they ride, and answer questions on horsemanship. The horse patterns that the contestants had to demonstrate were figure-eights, a trot back-out, stop and run, and the Queen's ride. In the Queen's ride they rode around the arena and waved to the public. The requirements for contestants are that they must be single, attend the UTC and perform at all the rodeos. from Gunnison, Colo. He was educated at Western State College, Utah Technical College at Provo and Salt Lake Cily and Utah State University. He served in the military from 1959-63 and now lives in Orem with his wife Delia. They are the parents of two children. The UTC Rodeo team took honors in men's team won a third place trophy Parking Winners Happy The winners of the parking raffle were announced at the Western Dance last Friday night. The parking spaces for fall quarter were sponsored by the Alumni Office. The following students and faculty were the winners: Mike DePalma, Own Lloyd, Ernie Ulibarri, Mai Ling Daniels, Maretta Brown, Tom Hooker, June Brown, and Ann Richardson. Ray Clements and Delores Ritchie were winners but they forfeited due to personal reasons. Another drawing is slated for winter term and tickets will go on sale towards the beginning of the year. Miss Utah To Be At UTech Miss Utah, Lynn Lambert will speak to the UTC student-body on November 1 at noon in SC 110. She will tell about her experiences at the Miss America l'ageant and also her duties as Miss Utah. Miss Lambert has some very distinctive philosophies on goal setting, and achievement. She is a 3.8 psychology senior at Brigham Young University. She is also a former Junior Miss and Miss Provo. She will help kick off the Miss Utah Tech pageant which will be November 14-16. The final night will be the 16th at Orem Junior High School. Fifteen young women from UTC will be competing for the title. The theme for the pageant is "Fit for a Queen." They will be judged in the areas of talent, evening gown, swim suit and interview. ft. f - f.tr'..;-..-. the recent regional competition. The . Photo by Mike Carson. Local Newsline By Margaret City Looks Administrators are exploring a new way to keep the lights on in Provo. One idea they are looking at is an out-of-town geothermal-generated plan that supplies energy via Utah Power and Light power lines. Provo has agreed to buy the geothermal power from a company called Mother Earth Industries, Inc. Other options that officials are considering are hydropower and coal-fired power projects in Provo Canyon and at Utah Lake. Officials are also discussing transmitting power across Utah Lake from a coal-fired plant on the west side. The city administrators ex Thistle Costs Continue Restoring a permanent connection of Highway 89 in Thistle Canyon will cost anywhere from $4 to $13 million, reported a spokesman for the Utah Department of Transportation. Hannah Whitney, Public Relations Director for UDOT said, "The cost will depend on the alignment selected. A $1.5 million supplementary contract was awarded to W.W. Clyde Construction Company to restore the con Thursday, October 20, 1 33 - ... .8. , '7 Women's team took first place and the Woodis At Power plained that an increased energy supply is vital, due to doubling population every decade. Growing energy and population are not the only pro blems Provo has to face. There is also a threat of losing a long held priority in purchasing cheap power from federal power projects. Chet Waggener, Provo's chief administrative officer pointed out that Provo's need for future power, relies upon the Western Area Power Administration's way of marketing federal energy in the 1990s . Waggener believes that as power costs rise, people will find more ways to conserve energy. nection from Highway 6 along Highway 89 to Sanpete Coun ty. W.W. Clyde has the con tract for the new route oveij Billies Mountain. The original route was destroyed by the Thistle landslide. Whitney stated that both highways are expected to be in use on Dec. 1. The lower sections of the six-mile Highway 6 connection are almost ready to pave. There it, a 200 foot cut though, that has not been finished.
|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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