Montana State University Bozeman - Montanan Yearbook (Bozeman, MT)

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1® THE MONTANAN '•USQC' _____________________________________________________ STUDENT UNION BUILDING MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY BOZEMAN, MONTANA 59715 (406) 994-3111 I hope chat In reading chi yearbook, each of you will find soaethlng that pertains to you personally, whatever your particular field, whether you are In electronic engineering or agriculture; arc or alcroblology. 1 have tried to present as broad an overview as possible, portraying all aspects of life at Hontana State University froa Che dally activities of an average student, to the special events, such as big naae cnccrtalnacnc, froa the Boat private feeling to the broadest social overview. Since I an a flla and television production aajor, ay view of this University consist aalnly of photographs and graphics. I have tried to presont the photographs with as aware and objective an eye as the lens of the caaera taking It. Without a coapetent photography staff, this would not have been possible. I returned to the horizontal foraat to experlaent with and better its potential. The then of this book. If there 1 one, is student life. With the assistance of the copy-layout staffs, I picked key words froa WEBSTER’S SEVENTH NEW COLUCIATE DICTIONARY, and grouped what I thought would fit under these key words, which are: awareness, creativity, sensitivity, vitality, and Individuals. Under AWARENESS, (2: Having or showing relation, perception, or knowledge), I grouped student life and cultural affairs. Under CREATIVITY, (1: To bring Into existence 4a: To produce through ishaglnatlve skill), 1 grouped big naae entertatnacnt, theater, auslc. Instructional organizations and schools, student aass aedla. Rocky Mountain Collegiate Press Association and Forensics. Under SENSITIVITY, (2a: Receptive to sense lapresslons d: Capable of Indicating- alnute differences: delicate e: Readily affected or changed by various agents), photo essays and student Interviews were placed. Under VITALITY, (b: Capacity to live and develop; also physical and acntal vigor esp. when highly developed 2a: Power of enduring or continuing), were placed all sports, both alnor and aajor. Under INDIVIDUALS, (b: Being an Individual or existing as an Individual whole c: Intended for one person ): Existing as a distinct entity: separate), I placed the adslnlstrat Ion, student senate, organizations and Creeks, undcrclassacn and seniors. To those who have purchased "A piece of Montana State University," and that Is what the MONTANAN YEARBOOK Is, need say not arise to look at It seriously for four or ten years. But as the years go by It will be nice to have something to look back at, which you can relate to your own experiences at this period In your life. For those who did not purchase a copy of this book, they have lost their chance to relive the past aeaorlcs In the photographs and copy, which does not fade little by little, day by day. Above all, I hope you truly enjoy looking at the pictures and reading the copy In this yearbook. Thank you for asking It possible. I wish to dedicate this yearbook to ay Bother and father, Mrs. Ada D. Berry and Mr. Lon J. Berry. Without their help, care, guidance and counsel, I would not be attending this University at the present tlne C. BerryT E leorTn' Chief, 197J-197 Your Host for the 1974 Rocky Mountain Collegiate Press Association Convention 3yjtfiSt'paul harvey u26 frederick sioraskarichard mcbee fletcher knebelAr-O OaA V t . ■J aj c yn ii sof a a 4 A-moondog and muledeer • J o h n s t e w a r 33climax blues bandclimax blues bandr'40doobie brothers vy r.e.o. speedwagon 42doobie brothershostage  8r m ■ trt:bozeman symphonyn architecfure 73nee microbiologychemistryicoM horton managing editor goorgia haarr busineii manager Ion c. berry editor in chief bob thorn ton lay out editor craig lattorlee photo editor jennifer evant greet editorkg ft 90.190h°oki y hio Ut»ah 'h 93THIRN HOTEL ttwsyaar montane state university had tha privilege of hostina tha annual rmcpa convention april 17-19 in billing Odm. rmcpa prosidont scott horton. an msu senior in film and television elactod into offica ot tha 1973 convention Hltfl fa. new mojito conducted tha 1974 convention, with tha assistance of his vice prasidant, log c. barry. who i il •O in film and television at msg. there are 89 member institgfions in the rocky mountain region in nine states from toies to Idaho, most were repr« « ■fad ♦ llti$ year's convention, it was a learning eiperience for those that attended, seminars for newspaper. yea Mkaadfiterery magazines were provided as wail as luncheon and dinner speakers over the three day period, taiapurpose of the association is to improve student publications and distribute information to the member institnig A oWt n, Wotzt Wcfcorner9is ics student gov. n here 0 cater. . . dave goldsworthy "i think that «» ro fortunate on thi» campus to have the kind of administration that leaves student government alone to a very large extent. i think this works from the board of regents on down, the board of regents in a lot of states control student funds and the basis of Our student government is totally in funds, wo wouldn't be here if we didn't have funds to spend, the power we have is actually in the pocketbook." the average student isn't as aware of student government at he should be becauto of a number of reasons. a lot of timet the only time a student hears about student government it twice a year — during election time, but i think that more and more students ell the time are getting better acquainted with student government and reeling that student government it working for them, i think one of the things that has been beneficial this year is that students haven't heard of student government becauto it's been doing the job that it is supposed to do. it's been not only responsive to student noodt but at times it has been able to take care of things in edvenco before students oven hear about them and that is important." ' i think thero's a cortain amount of apathy but i would say thoro's loss apathy with the student than there is with tho 'real world.' »e live in our own little funny world here and it's easy to get caught up «n it. sometimes you have to rile students a little bit but i think that student involvement is on its way beck, every student on the camput uses student government, i don't really believe that just because all of them don't participate in the active administrative or legislative end that they are totally apathetic to the situation." coalitions do form around election time, i think that is pretty basic because it’s the nature of elections to hove coalitions, since we don't have a definite party system here, parties hove to develop: they're there for a purpose and that's to get people elected who can continue the programs the previous people have started, i think students are too much of individuals to be identified with a party, the only reason a party is made is to get people elected and as long as people can get themselves elected on this campus without making themselves into 0 party then that is probably the best way tor go. if parties did form on this campus you wouldn't seo ona party, you wouldn't sea two parties — you'd see thirty parties started because everyone would have their own interest.'' i think thero are a lot of reasons why a person gets involved with student government, i don't think there is one dofinite reason for any ona person because it's always a combination of events, i hove elweys Med government work, there s e cortain amount of excitement in it: it's a kind of dead eicitomont at times but there is an excitement whether it is in an election or e compeign or whether it's sitting in senoto trying to gather enough support for e bill you feel is necossery. i honestly behove i'm here to help people end that's why i spend the time, et times you can consider yourself e glutton for pumshment but i think there is e good reason — ifeel i'm trying to do my share, sometimes it's pretty frustrating to try to gat something started and then run into e lot of opposition, but i guess that it's worth it in as much that when it is a1! over with youl be able to look back and say you did do a few things." ' Student government is here to cotor to the students — it's here to serve them." 99Illpatrick coghlanmaria cooper "what it the pur pot of campus entortainment?" "the purpose of coc it to put on entertainment aventt for the camput and community. in Othar words throughout the yoar « • try to balanco tha program — rock, country-waitarn. folk, comady. wa want out of tha ordinary and had dr. danta. ha hypootilt: wo did something different with tho million mountain band — wa had a charity drive, we run tha gamble and try to include everybody, alto, it it our job to tea that tha entertainment it praientabla. to that it will appeal to a wide rango of people and to too that it goat on without a hitch." "could you eiplein how entertainment it choten and how you arrango to have it presented?" "i have to tay that mtu it ree y fortunato thot we're right up with the top tchooll in putting on actt. tho itudenti may not agree, but we've put on ecti Colorado ttate. aritona ttate. and California tech, would liko to have, because wo know the egentt on a more pertonal lovol this yoar, we havo tho option of toying yet or no to an oct. we. the committeo. don't go out of our way to pick an act because wo like it. we pick what wo think the itudenti like." "would you tie to too the structure of the committeo changed?" "ye , thoro have boon a lot of itudont body administration problems, for one thing, i would like to soe the chairman pickod by the board: he is now appointed by the president, and i feel that is wrong, i think tho board should have the right to tome tay in it. how con nine itudenti work well under tomeone they can't ttand." "do you fool your budget it adoguate?" "no, no. i don't, student senate hai a thing that inflation is on — well, if on for to got groups up hero, i think we put on ercellont entertainment for the budget we nave." 103109h » you w r itraalad? no. havai t. it l l.nd of Old hat by no- . think .1 -at gnaat -hi it to 1 tad '• ha'd mol»r J r a't no it t va'y «mbo"«ivn ) • tS.f.1 i'imWi O' bow ally aiK.fc-t.onuty b »ni tatrom commorc no. ■ th.nl it l a b.n h of bl -hat do you obta-n r„n' nq abound naiad -hat i d 111 to know? -ho a'O fh y trying to itnprwt? i—la ronh n aq d. no , h v n t. b«t ,f i had a n b-tt • -o»'d tally b nn»tt .t and p». do vow »h" l th» library laoliti t ai ad quat ? ,ai • do. th y hav a «nda ranqa and they good in r n e m t r»ah b« nt dyl com ma«a if you undon'and th m th y ra f.» . if—-d abow' tan to t-«K hourt a waat -n th libra'y if that t tomabodv tha a to h lp yOw •! t f.n 'h lyMM i no bad if you gat mto it and learn it." p«q ,y l.nqV IMfifM)1 -IJ116121 v. v - » WWW WMW 0-V'V»www »j "ttitfn'f i Hi 8 0 0%;;,a134 V' V- wrestlingwrest), rx)143track149rodeoI JOitene kleffler miss m.s.u.gale forsence stardust girl cathy fwedf rodeo queendr. carl macintosh president, montana state university 162anyone that fly fishes can't be all bad. "in the long run. it will bo tho student . . . who will suffer if monteno state university is unable to fulfill its rote." president carl w. macintosh in a statement to the commission on post-secondary education tho above statement is typical of msu president, carl macintosh, typical in the sense that it is not just an often repeated emotional appeal, but typical of a university president who firmly believes in studonts. many things havo happened at msu in the four years since dr. macintosh became the institution's eighth president, a lock of adequate funding for the institution has not made them easy ones for tho president. a cautious administrator, dr. macintosh has successfully worked to establish effective communication with students, an open door and a willingness to listen and cooperate are characteristic of dr. macintosh's relationship with the student body and its leaders. "students at montane state university are fortunate to have carl macintosh in the president s office." voughn boker president, associated students 1973-74v.p. roy huff man for research 164 v.p. william Johnstone for administrationv.p. irving dayton for academic affairs donald belding acting dean of men edward hanson acting dean of students 165dr. Clifford davis dean; college of general studies dr.john asleson dean; college of agriculture 167dr. harold c. rose dean; college of professional schools dr. earl ringo dean; college of education dr. richard mcbee dean; college of letters ant science171organizations mortar board 17Jearch board 173organizations mortar boardmember ©f tb« class of'23 . . . alumni associafion your olumnt Association offers congratulations and bost wisKos to 1974 graduates 177american society of mechanical engineers 180associated women students alpha zeta C to r) In row: ronald Irani. burl cobb, bruca parlor, grogory brown david aichor lana alW . 2nd row. dr. tomov bar.von bob wkiham. torry torlabd. ja l owonv. brian fubrman. fom mcin-ory. dr. clydo 3rd row: oric woinhoimer. dwayno cartor. rot roth. butcb brotvly, tim gill, larry motion, don ionni. ieiseptemviri (I to r) front row; todd eliason. vaughn baker, stove itoh. dick housken. bock row: dove gordner. pot kirnmet. circle k club members loft to right: don ongollant borboro roi man alan traoho-'t lOO vavrovjky grog engoUant pat mcnglty miko billing john holfor susan oshiro doug oollormenn susan bakor 187infervarsify Christian fellowshiphilltop hoedowners |l to r) lit row: donna twonl biHia bvhlar. riel morgan prat.: mono ba'ubo tac.-traai.: tlip itarnar v. a prat.: maria jobnton. 2nd row: marl mefagan. myrna watton iobn Karwood. caty goit. ruity conn, roga' Joyd. tom (uranka collaan mu'pby. r n brool. john thoibaud. latKy lloclar. lura adamt. 3rd row: ray aatfar. no noma, tally logan carol barratt. par bro. don piorre, faculty advi-tor: Ian tannagaard. collar.rodeo clubinternational clubmsu skydivetsalpha lau dellaa mold air society angel flight I it row |l to r|: vinca loial awa-i. mart ralpb. dala fa frad gar kart. marl gob'a john pvgrud. randy dafy. cbwd adami mooty valantlna brant murray. da la bray. 2nd row: ,okn Urnad. roga l agor. mlla norrla. andraw roc la stava avst. mjrt gravafy. jacba kanion wanda braas grag brown, m-ka slatak. t ana rakbarg. nancy lacrait danse Campbell. prn Strother. n at p.ngel. r» albars. mona ranay. darryl pltjkford. k n mlnnakan. 3rd row: bm rocls. tarn strait, carman mattacaopa. barb pka r, francos t rod man. e-lean williams, carol gaston. nancy nagangast, conn-e vannas. 195tau beta pi It row (1'O r| ia»r park v»rK» i rl , J.» bJU'd r0..o Kol«»d ka'«r roi IfoiaUK iv ir Kardoa «J rO -aaon mrv kohl. 2 d row (I 0 r| carol Karpar rova W i vxk a Kokfa-t rlab :a"« (Mr karan clappa branda -Ka— ihar- wai'pbal ioa« b»av. phi upsilon omicronkarate 97Alplja (6amma 9rlta inei hunter H "?1 ? 1 jg!fe?gL. 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Ends qvigtoy 297roclcs like mislaid teeth form a spine laid bare against the seasmouth behind me the village lies prone in a haze while above clouds are marching nomads in the sky's vast plain foaming currents suck at my toes speak in strange whispering gurgles among the rocks, silence pierced by a gull's shrill cry falling a musical star in the sandy silence. the gull soars sunward dropping my cares in the tranquil face of the sea. lirxJo qgiql ymonianan siaff i 1 2: 2 — | o | e £| ita 1? «“ o 2 « md fl — C i u 8 XT WI4A da robart 248 245 254 239 239 xynai 248 . kath’aan 254 . mark d 2)9 . vicki lynn 254 tan 239 0. dayd 254 ig. icott 239 udith mane .... 254 chmti 254 254 «cy 235 254 iKim 239 «r 245 aid-b hr n .... 235 'at . 254 243 «'9 248 248 lavra jean 204 Catharine 248 cdteen 235 jamt maria.... 239 enee karl 254 " ♦» 232 a.g do-ald 264 r. diane 235 iayma 243 taph 248 a. pater 233 ►OAf d«n 254 •chard 248 roc ray 232 239 n michaal 254 X AAi 264 a. joanna 243 darma 2)5 donna lean .... 254 micheel sheila sherry lynn .... 274 eanna 264 t. iso mart 248 C 254 bench kevin............................233 b-erko. dav-d..........................239 b-ggentaff. robart.....................274 biMh, SCOtt............................248 bird, gery elan........................245 bishop. t homes........................274 bin. jufielee..........................243 bjerke. nettie enn.....................245 bieckwood. cinton......................274 blekeky. -end,.........................264 bWock. jamas...........................292 blelock. ,udy i«r»n....................243 bUormtrom. jeyce.......................264 blee. jeenne rjfjjfi!..................245 bodWy. randy lee.......................274 bor ey. vieki lee......................274 bohlender. jamas.......................254 bolen. Cynthia.........................254 bonegefsky. lharon.....................264 bona, elan.............................274 bona. micKala ann......................235 bo . catKy.............................243 boyka. patritla a«n....................248 breckmeyer. keren......................264 brenevgh. robart.......................245 brand .t«•' ...........................248 brestey. eWen..........................235 brekke. david..........................254 bramar.dala............................264 brewer, ttdaay.........................239 brictmee. lyene........................231 brien. kernoth.........................254 briggs. cKnilina.......................243 briiki.ge-l ...........................254 bfiftna . bowl ........................254 brown. robart..........................274 bro-n. david reymond...................255 brown. merien..........................274 bro-n. moe-a dawn......................255 bno»n. shewnoe raa.....................274 b o-n. tvsan maria.....................274 browna. elite w-lion...................274 browning. dabbraK......................248 brucK janet............................264 brunckhont. ianal......................274 brunnell. mrtkey.......................239 brunefl. bonnia........................274 bruili. ge-l...........................248 buck, diene me 1......................243 buckley. cKaryl........................243 bundy. creig...........................233 bunker, lorn rutK......................255 burger, donekd craig...................255 burgais. margara'......................204 burghduff. dobra.......................255 burke, beula ..........................274 burke, cofleen alma....................204 burke, robart..........................248 burkott.dee............................255 burn , rendell.........................255 burritt. donald........................233 burt. tarn.............................264 buua. lite jean........................235 butcKar. km tine.......................275 butcKar, robart tcott..................255 cala. thereto..........................243 calaman. mary..........................264 cafliai. ricKard.......................275 Calvin. frank leska....................255 Cameron. douglai.......................255 Campbell, dewii........................245 copra, micheel.........................255 ceprio. a na...........................275 carg . marianne........................255 cedion. randaD.......... carter. cyntKia kay_____ carter, dwayna.......... caia. glanda............ catai. candaca.......... ceccHineto. antKony ... carvanka. vivian ....... cKa«ee. donald.......... chandler. douglai....... cKandlar. kim........... Chaney, randy .......... char nay. terrence...... cKaiarak. carol......... Christensen. elan....... dviit mon. lathe-------- Christie. batti......... cKipp. anita............ dark. Unda.............. dorke, ronald .......... daypool. jane........... deyton. ronald.......... Clifford, terete........ dina. reymond........... cola, wiltem............ collini. carol ......... collim. kay............. coll-nton a Ur aba tK .... Conner, pem ............ Conner. iKari........... conrad. vick ........... conroy. Patricia........ cook, solan............. cooley. norma........... cooper. de d........... Cornwall, ward.......... Cornwall, miles......... crane, chedes........... Crocker, brian.......... croft. cheHes........... Culberson, david........ curry. rdytKe........... dehl. Christine sere .. daW. fioyd.......... dale, robart........ dale, charlotte..... denford. deryl...... danforth.cynthia ... darby, douglai...... daugherty.david ... davenport, deryl.... davay. robin........ davidion.gordoa ... davidson. marjory ... davii. jaanna....... davii, laila........ dayton. pater....... dean, gordon........ dean. ia at......... dean, paula......... dei'cWer. jaffray .... dannii. terri....... dannii. waiter...... devries. dorothy .... dial, micheel....... dickey. Patricia able" dige. b'yan......... dimbok. glanda...... dobb. tutanna....... dohrmaxn. alone.... doran. jerry........ dornooi. donald_____ dostert. paul....... doty. cyntKia....... dougherty. rabacca . index dowr y. loitH 276 drummond. jamai 256 dukart. gayla 249 dukert. nancy 256 dull, mary kathryn 256 dup-ns. an.ta 276 durbin. john dutch , lea 256 dutro. teres 277 dyk. brant 256 early, rite 256 eckert, ;»-at 239 ad-ardi. ala-no 198,236 egen. shel'ey 277 agger, port-c-e 256 aggabracht. debre 236 eMert.elen 2)9 ehlert. susan 249 alias, lance 256 alia ton, todd 277 elhott. douglai 277 ell-ott. nancy eftv jane 277 249 aHion. kathryn ........................249 •f- 11 9»tV amary. heather angeSant. donald angaSont. gregory englend. dado no 233 256 277 277 277 arick. Iasi-a arickton. tarry read 2)9 emit. Ion 277 eiHe. lynn 249 avans. brien 257 fegert. chary! 256 ferimoro. 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