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7 mmmmmm Volume 10 Number 15 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 January 17, 1983 Gymnasiiani Ob Drawing Boards Student fees will be raised $7.00 beginning next quarter to help pay for a new gymnasium at UTC. It is on the drawing board and completion of the project is planned to be in two years. When it is finished the size will be twenty three thousand square feet. The school already has funds of $800,000 and is asking for a two million dollar project to be acquired by the selling of one million bonds. If the legislature sponsors the bonding to raise the requested money, the two year completion date will become a reality. The location for the new gymnasium will be to the South-West of the Pioneer house and East of the existing baseball field at the Orem branch of the Utah Technical College. The new facility will contain ample seating for the student body, shower rooms for both men and women, raquetball courts, exercise rooms, weight room, and a large indoor swim pool. Offices for the faculty and staff of coaches will also be located within the complex of the new building. The completion of the new gymnasium is being supported with a great deal of enthusiasm from the students at the college. Activities usually requiring a gymnasium have in the past been held in surrounding -i, s r: t'ttl r 7 L to R Dave Hannion, Vince Miner, Dennis Kuhlnhoetter, and Tom Perkins look over the new site for the Utah Technical College gymnasium. Student fees will be used to finance the project. convenient location within the confines of high schools or the old womens gymnasium owned by Brigham Young University. More recently some of the physical education classes sponsored by the Utah Technical College have been held at the new Orem Recreation Center, located not far from the College. The new gymnasium will provide the much needed physical education department housing for its activities all in a the U.T.C. campus. Studentbody President Scott Banasky feels the gym is a worthy project for the funds and says S7.00 is not too much to ask for such a needed facility. "The rest of the state shouldn't have to pay for something UTC students will use primarily " he added. BBB Steps In On Advertisement By Rick Black The January 10th, issue of the Tradewinds carried an ad for Prestige models, from Patti Miner, who was promot ing the ad. The advertisement displays the heading, "Prestige-Models of New York and Paris," informing the readers of the exclusive modeling agency now locating in Utah. Ms. Miner was contacted by Bryant Wilson who is president of the Utah agency. Wilson offered Ms. Miner a position in the company as the head agency director. When she asked for the contract to be presented in writing, Wilson agreed, but no contract was ever signed. Betty Engemann of the Better Business Bureau began to investigate the agency. She contacted Prestige Modeling Agency in New York and talked with Doug Ash, vice president of the company. Ash explained that Prestige of New York is not in any way connected or affiliated with the Provo agency and disclaims any knowledge of the Utah branch. Wilson came to the Bureau Jan. 5 th, under the direction of Engemann and filled out a questionaire explaining that he and the Provo modeling agency are connected with Prestige Modeling Agency of New York and Paris. Engemann informed Wilson of the recent contact with Ash and Ash's disclaimer of any knowledge in connection with Prestige in Utah. Engemann warned Wilson that the nature of the ad and the title the Utah agency portrays (Prestige models of New York and Paris now in Utah) is deceitful and misleading to the public. As of Jan. 10th, Wilson and the Utah Prestige Agency continued to run the advertisement in local newspapers. Engemann said Prestige modeling agency in New York is disturbed and is investigating the matter. The New York agency is considering filing suit against the Utah Agency. Patti Miner called Tradewinds and said she was upset with the controversy. She added, according to the Salt Lake City and Provo offices, Doug Ash, Vice President of Prestige Modeling Agency, is fully aware of the opening of Prestige" in Utah.
|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|