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Volume 9 Number 19 Gardner Yo Become Mead Challenger, Ulchs College After six years as Athletic Director at Utah Technical College, and more specifically, head basketball coach, Gary Gardner has resigned his position to become head basketball coach for Ricks College. Coach Gardner, who recently completed an 17-12 season will be starting his new duties August 15, but will be paid for seven weeks of recruiting beforehand. "The Tech has been good to me," Coach Gardner said. "The administration has been good to me and I can't say Cap And Gown Orders Students planning to attend Commencement exercises must order their caps and gowns now! Orders and measurements will be taken until April 17 in the College Bookstore on the Orem Campus. Men Spring Courses tftfered Four classes in ceramics and hobby crafts will be offered at the craft center of Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem for the spring quarter. General ceramics, featuring china painting, pastels, stains and glazing with greenware available will run from 7 to 10 p.m. each Tuesday, taught by Marian Barney. Tole painting, beginning and advanced, is scheduled Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7 to OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHlf designs enough about the kids who've played for me, but it has been hard trying to recruit good kids," he added. Scott Pace, the first UTC player to make the all-star team in the history of the school, lauded Gardner by saying he thought he was one of the best coaches in the country. "Coach Gardner has been superior in guiding us as a team besides being a friend to most of us," Pace added. Under the tutelage of Gardner, the Wolverines won 102 games while Rental fee will be $8.00 which will include cap, gown, and tassel. Orders received after April 17 will result in a cap and gown possibly not in their size. Don't wait and end up sorry, ORDER NOW! 9:30 p.m. Taught by Kristen Nelson, Also on Wednesdays from 7 to 10 p.m. the art of stained glass creation will be taught, both beginning and intermediate. Hobby crafts Thursdays from 7 to 10 p.m. will allow students to work . as individuals in projects of their choosing . For further information call Mrs. Wardle's office at the craft center, or by visiting the center in person. Posivion Coach P losing 66. This was during a six year period of time. Before coming to UTC, he was coach at Tooele High School for eight years. During this period of time his teams earned berths in the state tournament five times. Gardner said one of his main goals has always been to go to the National Junior College Championship tournament, and he will carry this goal with him to Ricks. He played on the Weber Junior College national championship team in 1958-59. He was also al all-state basket IKf Q-rpn m w w Uqvq Valuable C-P Projecv A cooperative project involving Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem and Brigham Young University is resulting in a valuable training experience for Utah Tech students and the acquisition of a needed water storage reservoir forBYU. Advanced heavy equipment operator students are building a storage reservoir for BYU. on the latter's agricultural property in Spanish Fork, according to Dudley Rowley, coordinator of the transportation department at Utah Tech. Brigham Young University is paying all equipment costs, including fuel and main ICAL COLLEGE AT ball player at Davis High School in 1957. One of the top contenders for Coach Gardner's vacant spot will be Assistant Coach Vincent Miner. Interviews for persons interested in the job began March 27 and close April 24th. "It's just a new opportunity, a new experience. I didn't have any pressure on me at U ,'C and I know I'm goiAg to have some at Ricks," Gardner added. Gardner's contract at UTC will expire at the end of the current school year. - ' tenance. Utah Tech is using eight pieces of its own training equipment, including three bulldozers, two motor graders, one front-end loader, a sheeps-foot compactor and one dump truck. The job should be finished by May 15, said Rowley. It provides a valuable on-the-job training experience for about 25 advanced heavy equipment students, he said. The project is under the direction of a professional engineering firm, Dean Fuhriman, Consulting Engineers. Ray and Dave Butts are supervising the job for Utah Tech. PROVOOREM L fix:' i V i s w Li UTC athletic director Gary Gardner beads for Ricks. Tech And Frame In $275,000 Claim By John Nielsen Cheif of Security Eric Frame and Utah Technical College were named defendants in a $275,000 claim by plaintiff L. C. Nelson Construction Co. dated February 20, 1981. The claim stems from what Nelson contends was the unlawful seisure of his front-end loader in October 1979. At that time his loader was equiped with a D-343 engine that was the property of Utah Tech. Nelson said he had an engine being repaired at the school under the direction of Shirl Gronemand and Dean Killpack. On October 2, 1979 security police from the Tech entered the construction site where April 1,1981 7i fd . 5 4 - 1 Nelson's crew was working and issued a warrant for the colleges property. Later that day three other warrants were issued to reclaim the property at three former instructors homes. Chef Frame said, "the property did not belong to Mr. Nelson and there was no evidence that he had made arrangements to purchase the D-343 engine." "I am confident that the complaint is unfounded," replied Frame. The two parties are now in the middle of discovery (gathc ng information) until a further hearing on June 8, 1981 before judge Bruce S. Jenkins in Salt Lake City.
|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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