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Pe C4TTnirsdiy, January 21. 1982The Newspaper No attendance problem on the slopes First there was High School Principal Jack Dozier directing "traffic" at Deer Valley as students by the hundred swarmed through the Snow Park Lodge, trying on skis, clomping across the hardwood floors, preparing for an afternoon on the slopes. Then there was Elementary Elemen-tary School Principal Rob Freeman, picking himself off the snow near the First Time lift at the Park City Ski Area, while first-and second-graders second-graders practiced pie turns nearby. It's all part of a growing emphasis on skiing and other winter sports within the Park City School District. The program at the elementary ele-mentary school is really nothing new. The Parley's Park School, and before that the Marsac School, have taken advantage of instructional instruc-tional programs at the Park City Ski Area for a number of years. But the program on the high school level marks a radical departure from the past. Dozier pointed out that the school is increasing the academic demands on the students, and has instituted a tougher attendance policy, so perhaps the students deserve a break. "We're working them harder when they're there, and we've got them there a little more than we used to," he said. "I guess what we're saying to the students is: 'We want more out of you, but there's a trade-off.'" He said the original idea for the ski day came from the students. "The student council ca'-ue to me and said, 'Can we do it?' So we went to the board." The board in turn contacted contact-ed the Chamber of Commerce, Com-merce, which went to the area resorts. Out of it came the ski program. As Dozier explained it, the program involves one Fri day afternoon a month for four months: one at Deer Valley, two at Park City and one at ParkWest. The resorts agreed to provide lift tickets free of charge. "They're not only letting the kids ski free, but they are providing the equipment free also." With that kind of incentive, very few students turned down the invitation. About 175 were at Deer Valley for the first ski day. "We've virtually got the whole student body involved," involv-ed," Dozier said. For the few who didn't want to ski, the school offered them the choice of volleyball, volley-ball, ice skating, basketball, a movie, or study hall. Although Dozier didn't have the figures, there was a lingering suspicion the study hall wasn't well attended. till "it' I ' 'i' of r,i" Y ! 1 ' 1 "::. ...'' " I '! ' - , I 1 Mountain Su ste nance TTTT u i D D I N I N N K I PARK CITY YACHT CLUB RESTAURANT 649-7778. You'll find us conveniently located at the Resort Cen'-" with unlimited parking. Sail into Park City's finest restaurant and enjoy the casual and most unique atmosphere in town. You can dine under the stars in our glass enclosed dining room overlooking the waterfall or have oysters on the half shell at the oyster bar alongside the warmth of the antique fireplace. The menu includes the best seafood and beef available as well as vegetarian plates. Open every evening. ADOLPH'S AT THE GOLF COURSE On the golf course, Park City. Exceptional dining with Swiss hospitality. Everything from Escargots Bourguignonne, Raclette Swiss style to veal specialities. Seafood, beef and chefs specials; Roast Rack of Lamb, Steak Diane and Roast Duckling a L'Orange for dinner, flaming desserts and Sunday Brunch year round. Hours: 6-11 nightly, Sunday Brunch 1 1 a.m. - 2 p.m. Reservations requested, 649-7177. THE VICTORIAN AT SHADOW RIDGE Dining in the most elegant atmosphere, menu featuring Escargots, Homemade Pate", Veal Oscar, Tornedos Rossini, Shrimp Marseillaise and fresh fish, game and other specials. Most exclusive wine list in town. Open 7 days a week. Apres ski hors d'oeuvres and cocktails from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., and dinner 6:00 to 10:30 p.m. Facilities for private parties and banquets up to 200 people. Reservations suggested, call 649-5993. Located directly west of the Park City resort parking lot at 50 Shadow Ridge Drive. TEXAS RED'S Park City's authentic pit-cooked barbecue is quickly becoming a favorite with local folks and visitors. Specializing in barbecue pork spare ribs and beef brisket at reasonable prices. Texas Red's is open for lunch and dinner. Take out for sandwiches, dinners or by the pound. Children's menu. Open 11:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. 440 Main St., 649-9997, 649-6993. PADRE'S MEXICAN PLACE Under the arched and vaulted ceilings the cellar that should have come out from a Spanish monastary. Padre's carries on the tradition of the Mexican Place in Ogden. Four times lauded in Utah Holiday Magazine "Best and Worst" issues as Ogden's favorite source south of the border. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, 11 a.m. -11 p.m. ROYCE'S Located at 1800 Park Avenue in the Yarrow (at Holiday Inn) The atmosphere is casual, but you can count on some of Park City's finest cooking with a fare ranging from American to Continental. Breakfast is served from 7 a.m.-11:30 a.m., lunch from 11:30 a.m. -3:00 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m. 10 p.m. There are daily lunch and dinner specials. Beer and set-ups are available. (There's a liquor store on the premises). We welcome you to join us 649-8659. CAFE RITZ Authentic German food such as sauerbraten, wiener schnitzel and gulasch, prepared by Wolfgang Sonntag and his staff. Also serving fine German pastries including Black Forest cherry cake, apple strudel and cheesecake with blueberries with cappuccino and espresso. Reasonable prices. 402 Main St. Open seven days a week, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Monday - Sunday, 7:30 a.m. -10:30 p.m. 649-5944. COWBOY BAR 268 Main St. Park City's most exciting night spot and restaurant. Liquor Store on premises. Live entertainment and dancing seven nights a week, featuring regularly scheduled concerts by major recording artists. See The Newspaper for current schedule of events. This is where the Old West comes alive with the best steak and ribs in town. We also have a vegetarian platter. Dinner 5:30 to 9:30, 7 davsa week. 649-4146. VMCAEPC. PHILIPPE'S RESTAURANT At the Copperbottom Inn. Featuring European specialities in a casual yet elegant atmosphere. Open every day for dinner, 6-10:30 p.m., Monday thru Saturday for breakfast 8-10 a.m., and lunch 1 1 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. We accept MC, Visa, DC and Cane Blanche. For reservations call: 649-2421. GRUB STEAK Is Park City's largest steakhouse where you can watch your favorite steaks, prime rib, and seafood. This area's largest and freshest salad bar boasts over 35 items. Dinner, Sunday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday thru Thursday 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 6 p.m. to 1 1 p.m. Lunch, Monday through Friday 1 1 a.m. to 2 p.m. Located in Prospector Square, Highway 248, 649-8060. THE IRISH CAMEL "Unique" describes this establishment best. A pub atmosphere with a collection of antiques enhanced with oak, brass and stained glass. Serving authentic Mexican dishes, burgers and salads. And the price is right! You'll also enjoy our frozen strawberry or lime margarita set-ups so don't forget your booze! 434 Main St. 649-6645. MILETI'S Park City's only Italian restaurant offers an elegant and intimate atmosphere. The menu features items such as escargots and antipasto for appetizers, while pastas, veal, chicken and beef dominate the entree selection. Moderately priced. 412 Main Street, 649-821 1. 6 p.m. to 1 1:00 p.m., 7 nights a week. Mileti's Social Association, a private club is located upstairs. MCVPC THE CLAIMJUMPER Set in the historic Claimjumper Hotel, this first-rate steakhouse serves the famous Baseball Steak as a specialty, Old whiskey bottles serve as menus. Open 6-10 p.m., Sunday - Thursday; 6 -11 p.m., Friday & Saturday. 573 Main Street, 649-8051. EL PAPAGAYO (THE PARROT) Look for the brightly colored parrot at 430 Main St., and try our authentic Mexican Food. Lunch served from 1 1 :30 - 2:30 and dinner from 5:00 10:00 seven days a week. Call 649-6900 for your Take-Out meal. CHINA BRIDGE The only gourmet Chinese restaurant in town. Serving 7 days a week. Hours: lunch 1 1:30 to 3:00 Monday - Saturday, dinner 3:00 to 10:30 p.m. Monday - Saturday; Sunday 3:00 - 10:00 p.m. Take is available. Specializing in Cantonese and Szechewan dishes. Phone 649-5757, 649-5758. Located in Holiday Village Mall. Closed Mondays.