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fRADEWIND VOL. 4, NO. 6 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO NOVEMBER 3, 1975 Halloween A Haunted "The Halloween party was well organized. Some of the costumes were fantastic, especially Count Dracula," said Tom Hover. "It is a good chance, for all of the students of all the departments to get together and have a good time." Music for the dance was provided for by Magellan. The party and dance were held at the Steel Worker's Union Hall on Columbia Lane. The steel workers have allowed us to use the building for the past several years and it has been well suited to the activities of the night. Bill Rogers, who has just returned to school after several weeks, commented, "I wasn't here last year, but this seems to be well organized, well attended, and the booths and concessions all seem to be doing well. The movie is really bloody and it fits the Halloween spirit." The student council wore kinky" hair all day to remind everyone of the Halloween party. They also showed up in costume Look Lost In and The Found James Clark, superintendent of buildings and grounds, wants to remind students to check the Lost and Found Department in room M 108. 'There are a number of lost, unclaimed items both from last year and this year," he said. "We keep items in our lost and found for 30 days and then we dispose of them." Clark suggests that when you find an item, turn it into lost and found. If you lose one, come and see if we have it, he said. Calendar Nov. 5 Roller 551 West 1200 North 10:00 a.m. to noon Nov. II Self AWS Nov. 15 Sadie Party, Houseful to get the spirit of the evening. They also sponsored a jail with the typical corrupt officials. For 10? you cold have an enemy thrown in and for 25? you could buy yourself out. The rodeo club had a bucking machine. Roger Lapperty, a rodeo club member, said, 'It's not too bad, it just rocks back and forth like a rocking chair. Now a horse . . it gets dirty." Booths were in abundance and varied from the kissing booth done by the cheerleaders to the marriage booth done by the LDS sorority and fraternity. DECA had a nail drive, ball toss, and dart throwing booth. PBL had a spook alley and concession stand. The Indian club sold typical Navajo food and also chances on a beautiful necklace. A leg booth was done by the dental assistants. ' ' A V i ' j THE CHEERLEADERS for the 1975-1976 school year above from the top: Pam Wnittaker, Lisa Matthews, Lambson. photo by Vail Call of Events Skating Party i Defense Workshop Hawkins '-- COUNT DRACULA AND FRANKENSTEIN dropped in to join in the Well over 200 people in all kinds of shapes and sizes participated in Cheerleaders "Its one of the most enthusiastic bunch of cheerleaders UTC has seen in the past years. More spirit, pep, and just a great bunch of girls", said Toni Hawkins UTC cheerleader adviser.Several girls showed much enthusiasm while trying out for cheerleader last week at Jean Elliot's dance studio. Pam Witticker, was selected as head cheerleader, backed up by Lisa Mathews, Lisa Caldwell, Vicki VanWave, and Sira Lambson were the five selected to cheer the Wolverines on to victory. The girls were chosen by a group of judges, and were required to do several cheers, stunts, and many other types of cheerleading. The girls were judged on the basis of poise, I' s "(' V- t V. have now been chosen. They are clockwise Liesa Caldwell, Vicki VanWave, and Sarah Have Pep personality, coordination, jumps, and voice quality. Mel Poulsen and JeanElliot judged the tryouts. One of the new yell-leaders, Lisa Mathews commented, " feel excited as I wait to start cheering, the girls are super, and I cant wait to help gain support from the studentbody, after all cheering is what you make it." Vicki VanWave, said "I can't wait to start cheering, it's a great group of girls, and we will try anything to get support from the studentbody. I can't wait to give the UTC teams all the cheers I've got, but it is not only the cheerleaders who have to have spirit, it's the studentbody also," added Lisa Caldwell. U y festivities of the halloween party. the activity, photo by Vail Call Santa's Helpers Prepare Soon Christmas is only a month and a half away. If you are looking for a few extra dollars during this season maybe you ought to look into the JINGLE BELL WORKSHOP. The JINGLE BELL WORKSHOP is rwo days of training for people who wanttoworkas clerks or extra help in stores during the Christmas season. 'The workshop will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. on Friday, November 7, and from 8 to noon on Saturday the 8th. It will teach ways to apply for employment, how to conduct yourself in the store, salesmanship methods, care of merchandise, how to operate cash registers, and how to add and subtract," said Barry Ellis, an instructor in marketing management who is the director, of the program at UTC. The fee for the workshop is $10. Barry noted that this was well worth the investment because it usually pays off in benefits that are will above the initial investment. Upon completion of the Jingle Bell Workshop, the names of the participants will be distributed to the participating retail stores througout Utah county as recommended employees for the Christmas rush. Roller Shato Party Slated On Wednesday, November 5th, the Student Council wishes to invite everyone to come to the Roller Skating party. It will be at the Riverside Roller Skating rink on 551 West 1200 North, (next to Frosty 's) from 10:00 a.m. til 12:00 noon. The cost will be 50? which covers the rental of the skates.
|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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