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(LaEAiTHnrDOF nopeO? Lnjai7 annual Utah jThe second Games open today ySummer with all the pomp and ceremony of an Olympic festival. The ceremony begins at 6 p.m. with an Athletes Parade from the Stadium to the Centrum. At 6:30 the torch lighting ceremony will take place in front of the Centrum on live television. At 7 p.m. the proceedings will move into the Centrum where SUSC President Gerald R. Sherratt will welcome the athletes. Master of Ceremonies is Pete Barbutti of Tonight Show fame and the ceremony will also include Olympic gold medalist Peter Vidmar, who will demonstrate his prowess on the pommel horse. World class runner Henry Marsh will also speak and the Esqueda Family, unicyclists from Las Vegas, will perform. In addition, nine prominent Utah sports figures will be inducted into the Utah Hall of Honor at the event, and University of Utah gymnastic coach Greg Marsden will be given the distinguished service award. Also included are the SUSC Scarlet and Black Ceremonial Band, a 150 voice choir, and an indoor fireworks display. The Utah Summer Games will run from Besides track and field, ' an Olympic staple, the t Utah Summer Games feature many Olympic-typ- e events, including archery, basketball, boxing, , cycling, fencing, gymnastics, shooting, soccer, swimming, volleyball and wrestling and running events such as the marathon and 10K. Also Included are horseshoes, softball and bowling. f (continued on page 3) Summer School has varied offerings Summer in Cedar City brings to mind the thoughts of a great Shakespearean Festival, athletic competition, tourists, and lots of fun in the sun, but seldom does one think of school. But, summer classes start today, and there is still time to register if youre still missing that class you need to take. Summer school is a relaxed atmosphere, says Boydine Daniels, secretary for the division of continuing education and assistant to Philip Carter, associate provost. As a gereral rule, enrollment is made up of fewer students and the classes are smaller, but last summer there was an increase of enrollment and it will increase this year due to a larger campus population during the regular year. This year many new day courses are being offered as well as several self support classes. New day classes that are offered are: ART 499, Studio Seminar; BA 321, Small Business Management; BA 324, Human Resources Management; CD 160, Early Childhood; COMM 205, Mass Media and Society; COMM 238, History and Appreciation of Film; CS 105, Language Lab, BASIC; CS 110, Introduction to Programming; CS 330, Introduction to File Processing; DANCE 150, Jazz I; Dance 152, Jazz III; ED 300, Foundations of Education; ED 435, Multicultural Education; GEOL 101, Introduction to Geology; HIST 101, Introduction to Western Civilization; HIST 120, United States HOEC 490, Curriculum Secondary Education; IA 182, Industrial Woods; FREN 101; MIS 101, Secretarial Data Processing; MIS 105, Applications of Microcomputers; MKTG 291 Salesmanship; MATH 111, CalculusAnalytica! Geometry; MATH 491, Geometry for Teachers; MATH 499, Seminar; MUSC 292, Piano Pedagogy; MUSC 492, Piano Pedagogy and Performance Work; PE 155, Beginning Swimming; PE 307, Exercise Physiology; PE 490, Methods in Physical Education; PHSC 121 and 121 L, Astronomy and Lab; POSC 292, Current Political Problems; POSC 492, Current Political Problems; SOCW 457, Field Practicum; and ZOOL 300 and 300L, 1607-182- 8; 101;-Ger- , (continued on page 4) JUNE 22 Summer School Session I begins. Ice Cream Social, 10 a.m. 2 p.m., front of Student Center, free. Utah Summer Games Opening Ceremonies The Centrum, SUSC, 7:30 p.m. Loops, 8 Applications of Phase-Locke- d a.m. 4 p.m. til June 26. MONDAY, TUESDAY, JUNE 23 Utah Summer Games continue. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 Utah Summer Games continue. THURSDAY, JUNE 25 Utah Summer Games continue. JUNE 26 FRIDAY, Utah Summer Games continue. Field Trip to Wheeler Peak, Lehman Cave and Great Basin National Park. Overnight trip. For details, contact Richard Kennedy at 586-791- 2. SATURDAY, JUNE 27 Utah Summer Games continue; Closing Ceremonies, Thunderbird Stadium, SUSC, 8 p.m. Dance, 8:30 p.m. Institute, $1 per person. JUNE 29 Creative Education in Elem Schools, 8 a.m. 4 p.m., OM 308, through July 8. For more information, contact the School of Education at Human Development: Adolescence, 8 a.m. p.m., OM 205, through July 8. For more information, contact the School of Education at MONDAY, 586-780- 586-780- 0. 4 0. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 Movie, War Games, 8 p.m. Student Center, $1 per person. FRIDAY, JULY 3 Independence Day Recess JULY 6 Folk Tales of Southern Utah, 8.30 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Science 306, through July 17. Theatre Arts Workshop, 9 a.m. evening, through Aug. 2. For more information MONDAY, contact, Fred Adams 586-788- 0. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8 Movie, Gung Ho 8 p.m. Student Center, $1 per person. Measurement and Evaluation in Ed, 8 a.m. 4 p.m., OM 308, through July 17. For more information, contact the School of Education at Improvement of Social Studies Inst, 8 a.m. 4 p.m., OM 205, through July 17. For more information, contact the School of Education at (continued on page 8) 586-780- 0. 586-780- 0.