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, IT"! fTY - mnro.es :::.:..:: r. i j 1 THIS WEEK Commentary Excuses and armpits go hand in hand. Letters to the Editor This Week's Couch Carrot Campus News Driver's Education program offered to everyone. Dime a Day underway for raising money for more library books. Entertainment Interview with Gene Loves Jezebel Music Trivia Quiz Sports Mens basketball team for 1990-91 introduced. Womens volleyball take victories. Index Campus News 1,4-7 Classifieds..,., .,. 4 Commentary ,.2-3 Entertainment. ,., 8 9 Sports 10,11 voiumo Quayle rallies with local Republican covy Rob Buchert Asst. News & Feature Editor Birds of a feather flock together. Dan Quayle flew into Provo last Thursday for a Republican Party rally at the UVCC Provo campus. Quayle, as well as local and state officials, dropped in to campaign for nestmate Karl Snow, Republican Candidate of the Third Congres- Quayle it greeted by Utah support last Thursday's rally. ; . . . . i UVCC Dance Team wins national competition The UVCC Dance Team ',. has found that hard work does indeed pay off. The , Dance Team recently won ' first place at a national colle-; giate dance competition in II- linois. The UVCC team com-- peted against six other college teams at the "Dancing II-: linois" competition, held on Oct 27 at the University of Illinois. The dancers from ' UVCC brought home more ' first and second place trophies than any other team. "The competition was a wonderful experience for our students," said Elaine Han-i sen, UVCC team director. iy isiuu 1 1 iiovcmDr iyyu urcn vc.ov commun..y co..oao sional District. The speakers addressed a crowd that was thin for a visit from the Vice President, in what the Snow Campaign Comittee's press release called "the most Republican district in the nation." Quayle began his address with a story about his family's "latest edition, the English Setter named Chillie," then went on to more serious top ics. "Just as you can predict that BYU will go to another great Bowl game," said the Vice President, "I will predict that Karl Snow is going to Washington come this January."Issues discussed included the environment, economy, debt, Eastern Europe, China's student Democracy movement, as Snow stated, "...those cherished Republi- ers after "The dancers from other schools really looked up to the UVCC. We were treated so well by everyone. Several of our students were even offered scholarships." Hansen said the team "The competition was a wonderful experience.... Several of our students were even offered scholarships." Elaine Hansen competed in events like the Cha Cha, Waltz and Mambo as well as the team match. The team match puts the best couple from each college ' V.- : , ' - . .) Photos by Thomas Eptlng Vice President Dan Quayle engages in a rally at UVCC In efforts to promote Third Congressional Candidate Karl Snow. can principles: family, God, and country.". As a prelude to the speeches the Snow campaign organized "a great patriotic program." High school bands, doggers, a childrens choir and others stretched performances and repeated musical numbers as Air Force Two's landing was delayed. At one point, after two hours of .waiting, the Master of Cer in an eight dance competition withthe highest scoring theam coming out the victor. "Although our team did not have the experience the other teams had, we were very dedicated and anxious to do well. We now plan to work even harder for the next competition, " Hansen said. UVCC students competed against teams from North emonies announced that Quayle would be another 30 minutes. People began leaving. There were no serious disruptons, but at one point a sign was seen in the crowd declaring the Republicans "Fascist Pigs." After a round of applause the rally dispersed and Quayle departed for California to continue campaigning for the Republican effort. western, Ohio State, University of Illinois, Iowa State, Carnegie Mellon and Purdue. Twenty-two dancers and four coaches travelled to Illinois for the competition. Members of the UVCC Dance team include: Ray Babbitt, Jeff Bezzant, Kelley Bitters, Laura Blacker, Alaline Carter, Becky Chasten, Richard Erik-sen, Becky Faux, Jay Hafen, Darelyn Haines, Mickey Joe Howard, Bret Martin, Shaun Olsen, Maria Olson, Shelley Pack, Amy Pymm, Chris Roberts, Meredith Schramm, Tiffany Van Woerkom, Robert Wagner, Kendra Woolf and Drew Wright.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1990-11-07|
|Description||The UVCC College Times was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Valley Community College from September 28, 1987 to June 23, 1993.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley Community College--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||College Times, 1990-11-07|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|