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UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT Special Election Issue GQ "u" QD L? S lilLJWil!! Over the years I have had the opportunity to watch a struggling vocational school transform into a prospering, fully accredited college we can all be proud of. With your support I intend to keep this upward trend in motion and serve the studentbody's wishes. Douglas Hinkins Marketing Your Candidates How To Pick 'em If you think running for office is the most important part of an election, you are wrong. You as the voters play the most important part. The people you choose from the candidates are going to affect the entire next year of schooling at UTC through activities, student services and special , projects. It is your responsibility to know not only who is running, but what the duties of the offices are. And, particularly consider whether the candidates themselves know what . the job is all about. When you think you know who you want to vote for, don't hesitate to talk with them about their plans as officers because they will be doing a great deal of conferring with the students after they are elected so the advance experience will be beneficial to them as well as you. The best reason for knowing if your candidate knows the duties of his office is the fact that many people run in elections for the glory of it. They want to be popular and when they get the office they suddenly find out there is work involved and they either quit or sluff the work off on to someone else. Look for a candidate who has checked out the duties, who can prove that he is sincere about the job, and who has fresh ideas to contribute to UTC. Remember each student voter has this responsibility and if you allow a flunky into office don't complain around me, I voted for someone qualified. Or PROVO The time has come for all good students to go to the polls and vote. UTC election time is here and there is a large selection of candidates running for the three major offices, Studentbody President, Men's Vice President, and Women's Vice President. The other officers, referred to as chairmen, are selected by the three main officers. The voting will be done in the lobby on Wed. March 29th and Thursday, March 30th between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. These are Primary elections and they serve to limit the number of candidates running in the Final election. You need to know who is running and what the offices entail. The men pictured here are the candidates for Studentbody President. I AM PRESENTLY serving as Public Relations chairman at UTC, and President of the Institute Council. I am a honor student, and attended BYU for 1 12 years. Terry K. Hoyt-Marketing Pleh Tutors I, E mily H jorten, have tutored for two quarters. The boy I helped was reading at first grade level when we started, but at the end of last quarter he had almost completed the first series of books we worked on. Students in this program desperately need help. They are more than willing to work and work hard. But, there are not enough helpers giving the individual help required. I am excited to hear that two more helpers have started in this program. Still more are required. If you have any questions concerning tutors in Pleh, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Calvin, or any of the othertutors. udelotn -u" Qadleni ft A-S MY NAME IS Scott Johansen and I am running for Studentbody President only because of my concern for the studentbody of UTC. Scott Johansen-Marketing o oui o i u ; I Vote I I You Will I Lose Out If You Don't I Remember 1 March 29th I And 30th Security Department Suggestions All cars should be locked. Do not leave anything valuable in your car it should be locked in your car TRUNK. Student parking is in Lots 4 and 5 only. If you park in Faculty or Visitor parking, you will receive a ticket. All cars, trucks, motorcycles, and bicycles must have a decal. Motorcycles and bicycles should be parked in the southwest corner of the building in the bicycle stalls. If you nave to bring a different car for a day or two (for example, your car is being repaired) be sure and report this and your car license number to the Security office, M108. Be sure you park in a parking stall so you are not blocking traffic in and out of the parking lots. P. S. Sticky Kisses how many tickets have you had cancelled in the past? as I Studentbody This office is the most important because he is the chief executive who selects appropriate activities chairmen and delegates the work accordingly. He must be able to direct activities, express his ideas, and work with all types of people. He must be able to communicate effectively with the faculty, with his fellow students, and with representatives of other colleges, of business boards, and of various education councils. I'M FOR MORE studentbody participation in student government, a better intercom system, more school spirit, and if elected I'd be for what the students want. Ranay Christensen-Marketing ' Marche Marches On In March In addition to the Dooksaie now in progress, the Marche Club has planned a bake sale. The sale will begin early in the morning on March 29th and continue throughout the day. The place for the sale is the main lobby, so you can't miss it. Also the day of the bake sale they will raffle off the giant Easter Basket which contains a watch and many other goodies. You can still purchase tickets for the basket at ten cents each from any Marche member. They appreciate the support of the teachers, students, and studentbody officers in their participation of the club's activities. f eopte Democracy comes from two Greek words meaning "people rule." "Treasure Yesterday; Anticipate Tomorrow; But Love Today and All Will Be WELL . . ." M. Jackson . MARCH 27, 1972 7 President BRAD SIMPSON MARKETING (Picture and Statement Not Available) mmm sm. UiU School Play 'The Curious Savage by John Patrick is the play selected by Mr. George Tanner for presentation at Utah Technical College on April 14 and 15. "The Curious Savage takes place in a sanitarium called "The Cloisters. Mrs. Ethel P. Savage has been committed by her three children, because they feel that she is no longer competent to administer her great wealth. Her experiences in keeping the control of her own finances and the touching stories of the other inmates, result in a moving plot that is filled with dry wit and subtle meanings. Though the play is filled with humor, it is not of ridicule, for as Byron said, "And if I laugh at any mortalthing--'Tis that I may not weep. Mr. Tanner is aided by Joy Prost as AssistantDirector,with cast members as follows: THE FAMILY: Mr. Savage, Beverly Morrow; Lily Belle, Jaralee Mace; Titus, Dennis Petersen; Samuel, Robert Olsen. THE INMATES: Florence, Barbara Call; Hannibal, David Herbert; Fairy Mae, June Steizenback; Jeffery, Bryan Fitzgerald; Mrs. Paddy, Loma Hansen. THE STAFF: Dr. Emmett,DougCurtis; Miss Wilhemina (Willie), Edye Bru-mett.The Winter Quarter Introduction to Theatre class worked with Mr. Tanner in stage preparation.
|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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