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A D EWl N D 1 VOL. 5, NO. 2 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO SEPTEMBER 24, 1976 R SuwdemAzfivMes Fall 'u arte f Student Activities Calendar for Fall 1976-77 September: 27: Free grab bag give-away 30: Boat Harbor Party 12:00 Street Dance 7:00 October: 1: Movie - A Man Called Horse 6: Synesthesia 8: UEA Convention (Holiday) 12: Sadie Hawkins contests begin 15: Movie: Law and Disorder 22: Harvest Holiday 25: Harvest Holiday 27: Free Candy Apples 29: Halloween Party 30: Halloween Movies Abbott & Costello Meet the Mummy A-HauntingWe Will Go Psycho Who Slew Auntie Roo November 4: Sadie Hawkins Pagent 5: Sadie Hawkins Dance, Winner of Pagent and Beard Growing contest will be announced. 12: Movie: Cat Ballou 15: thru 19: Ski Week, speakers, films, fashion shows etc. 24: Free Pumpkin Pie 25 and 26 Thanksgiving Holidays December: 1: Ski Party 6 thru 10: Old Comedy Featival Monday-Laurel & Hardy Oliver the VIII Chickens Come Home Tuesday-Three Stooges For Crammin Out Loud Hot Ice If a Boy Meets a Body Wednesday-W.C. Fields The Pharmacist The Barber Shop The Fatel Glass of Beer Thursday -Abbott & Costello Abbott & Costello Meet the Keystone Cops Friday-Marx Brothers Festival Charles Chaplin - The Tramp 14: Klas Party - Christmas films and candy 15: Christmas Dance 20: Fall quarter ends !!!!!! 1 i ONLY ONE OF THE MANY EVENTS scheduled for fall quarter is Synesthesia. It is a light show spectacle to be held Oct 6 at 7 p.m. at the Orem High School. It is $2.00 for public and $1.50 for students. Ate. RHadi Is Named Ye&dm-o- the -Ve&r Mrs. Elma Mack, one of the school's Office Education teachers, has been honored as UTC's 'Teacher of the Year". Mrs. Mack has been a full time teacher at UTC for 16 years, teaching nearly every subject in the Occupational EducationalDe-partment. In addition to these years, she has spent 8 years teaching part time. She stated that teaching at UTC is the greatest thing in the world and is always exciting for her. "I feel we have a fine staff of teachers, and I enjoy working with them very much," stated Mrs. Mack. She was chosen as "Teacher of the year" by the faculty here at the school and from there entered Statewide competition. At this first annual Two-Year College Conference for Improving the Quality of Instruction, she was chosen as one of three winners for her "Excellence in Teaching at the Two-Year College." In the state competition .she was judged on a half an hour A: ELMA MACK has been selected UTCP "Teacher of the Year". She will go into further competition against other junior college teachers for a state title. teaching demonstration followed by another half an hour of oral questioning by the judges, and also from a data sheet she had prepared. Mrs. Mack was chosen as "Outstanding Teacher of the Year" in the Business Division in 1972 and is also the author of three publications two being Accounting 100 Practice Set which has been used here at the school for the past five years and Machine Transcription Tape Materials, used for the last 3 years. Mrs. Mack and her husband live in Provo, and she is the mother of three children; a son and daughter both attending BYU, and another daughter still inhigh school. liodeo Scheduled For Weekend Utah Tech at Provo will join 10 other colleges and host Brigham Young University this week in the Rocky Mountain Region's only fall Rodeo. Three action packed nights of top collegiate Rodeo will take place this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, September 23, 24, and 25, Starting at 7:30 each night. Brigham Young University's Rodeo Grounds on University Avenue will be the site of the event. Utah Tech will enter a full team plus several independent entries. The men's team willbe lead by Lewis Field, Utah Tech's Rodeo Club President and Neil Merrill, last year's steer wrestler chamo in the Rockv Mountain Region. Other members of the men's team include: Bob Davis, Jim Rukavina, Jess Davis, and Dean Bingham. The girl's team is headed by Vicki Lyon, with added support by Barbara Merrill andDoreen Gardner. A full collegiate Rodeo team includes 6 men and 3 women. Independent representatives from Utah Tech at Provo include Rick Massey, - Stacy Smith, Shorty Woolstenhulmel and Donna Schnfeldt. With most of last year's team back and some top rated high school recuits, Rodeo team advisor, Russ Black feels that this year's, team has the experience and talent to be a top contender in this region. r i A FREE! A Free gift packet willbe given to each student on registration day. Look for the gift table when you register or at student offices. After registration day, check at the collegebookstore. V ' - I I .,i . RIDE 'EM COWBOY! The Utah Technical College at Provo will be competing in their first rodeo this weekend. Clubs Ask For Hews DECA, VICA, FBLA, RODEO, we want all of you !! The Trade-winds staff is inviting these clubs and the many other clubs on campus to submit their news to the paper on a weekly basis. Deadlines for articles is Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Trade-winds Office. Let the studentbody and club members know the happenings of your club. Sumbit your newsona weekly basis.
|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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