Montana State University - Sentinel Yearbook (Missoula, MT)

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sentinel ' 71 i fitt (»w 1 H 1e (Iflhi— Itwil, hticUiton, ffftUw, i«iMy. rNjgh, roirk . K n1 r Honcoi, Millit, FrwOod. teelien, Gpifciiii, 5 — lug»i J r c iilli»ig r, Niwdnraw, Warworn. Slntrinil, Olonifrwiki, MfMohon. Johnion, k ' tfig. Orbo-o. f ' aif. Ro« 3-Drnpwr. frichnrdi, Malenty, lark, Stmplt, Sr r j, Ali-oad, Dolon, Vo.n. Bo " B ir, K r nnin n n.n. Wfall. totr 4— Mn. lodwtH, Spmcer. Uinih, Le-d, Kc dVy, Yg-iro. Gallop, GvUll. Totalise, Cheng, R-kher. Bo- 5 HoMcmtf, Da-row. CflpwH . 80Mfc D nf. h,y r % i v th, Sr ofl(.m»n. W l t li A— Khi-»Wi r H-»y, N»rd. ft«»ri, Swo«h M 1. MUI r, Arnw?. 5«rba U of M FRESHMAN ROSTER WIN-LOSS RECORD Montono 7 Montana 13 Montana 21 Montana SroPe 28 Bom Slate 21 Monlano Siata 2 1 Ht. W5. ID Kevin Flagler Appolos Coleman OB 6-1 0 165 1 1 QB 6- 135 12 Jay Satimperger 08 S-11 170 20 Bulch Allioger NB S- 9 176 21 Mark Bullock HB 5 6 165 23 Jim Olson HB S-11 ia 26 Dan Bain HB 5- 9 ITS 2S Tom Stockouffler DB 6- 170 30 Bob Salyar Dfi 5- 7 157 31 Robert TurnouiSl K 6- 7 170 33 Ken Read HB 5- 9 160 34 Dave MaapviCh HB 5-11 185 3S John Slark HB 5- 9 1 7B 3d Tim Thompson DB 5- 9 166 40 Douglas C. Nakoa FB 6- 1 200 42 Bid Ldifr DB 6- a 190 ■u: Jerry Cooley FB 6- 1 195 47 Paul Hirt K 6- 180 52 5am MilQdnXjOviCn Christopher Kit Blue LB S-10 185 53 OriS 6- 194 55 Dennis Doyle LB 5-10 105 60 Keilh LlndsUom G 6- 3 201 0-1 Dave Pelerman 06 6- 1 215 Mike Simmons: G 6- 0 206 Doug Bragar C 5-10 190 T rr, Qrjl.m G-L8 5- 7 190 73 Robert Orgc G 5-10 200 f4 Rick Andersen T 6- 239 77 Doug Cleveland T 6- 4 213 78 Bruce Hedge G 6- 1 163 79 Ben Surwill T 6- 1 ?oc DO Blake Lyman E 6- 1 176 T Bryant Loviirg SE e- 180 02 Dennis Schneiler E 5-11 163 63 Richard Stuarl SE 6- 1 190 84 Kot Stark E 6- 3 I8C .95 Cut Donner E 0 2 i Oi 66 Steve Taylor E 6- 2 1 rai 67 Tei Nash E 6- 4 195 Mike S »w E 6- 1 170 FfifSHMAN COACHES Tvp Sew— Peb kirby, 0« Ufi . Or«fl A £ •oltefli — Lofry Stmio. Rc-id Mille . Bob E 13 ■VffE :,T , i r, C TEAM — ! ■■:.■ • Jef1 r« . gfcl — Mii« Tur(i r, Joh i kqhao, Willy Clayton, Gary Young, flick taw. Tap fla» Ctwth tarry Hi Merman. »n HovKholdr ' Tan iCtalim, Pel Cheney, Mike PapicK, Terry Collier. Doug Sleworr. Ti«i BaMou 17 21 29 Varsity Football (Won 10, L«l 0) UM Opo. 21 North DpkerO 7 30 North III roil. 6 20 North Arizona 0 33 Weber 29 44 Idaho 26 35 Idaho Stole 34 35 South Do kola 7 31 Portland Stole 25 35 Montana Stare 0 24 South Dakota State 0 CAMELIA SOWL 16 North Dakota State 31 V, Basketball (Won 3, lost 13) Opp 63 Aug mien o 69 South Daliota £b £3 Woih State 80 67 Washington 86 69 Wash State 81 72 North Colorado 63 64 Weber 85 72 N. Arizona S2 S2 Montana State 85 71 Puget Sound 96 73 Ganzcga 81 00 Idoho 87 78 Athlete . in Act 85 74 Montana State 69 79 Oral Roberts 111 50 Puget Sound 89 79 Portland State 93 Track X-Country (Wan 3 r last 1) UM Opp. 17 W$C 46 25 tdoho Stole 30 39 Vancouver IB 19 Montana Stato 45 2nd Idaho In . lit Big SVy Meet Basebal 3 s Skiing 2nd Boise Inv. 2nd Banff Interooll. Ht U of M In , lit erg Siy Chomp. Scores Golt 4th Lewiston Inv. 4th Boise Inv. 1st Eastern. |nv, Is! EoHOrn Waih Isl 2nd WMC 6»h Spokane Inv. 3rd Big Sky Wrestling (Won 3, Lost 1 1 1 UM Opp. 20 Western Monl 17 23 Western! Mont 15 14 U of Idoho 24 6 Edmonton 36 0 Montano State 39 Weber State 34 1.1 Gonroga JO 0 Idaho State 42 30 Montana Tech 23 U of rdaho 28 DNP Washington State DNP Big Sky Tournament Swimming 71 isu 34 Utah T6 Weber 32 Washington State Idaho 62 Eostern Waih 50 Puget Sound 56 Cent. W. 1 s-t Senior Champ. Opp. 37 63 37 ei 23 21 63 57 Tennis Nevada -Vegas Nevada -Vagal Idaho Stole Easlem Wosh Whitworth Goniogai Idaho Weber Stote Montana State Idoho State 6 Whitworih 3 Southern Oregon 1 Idoho 6 Boise Stole 5 Central Wash 9 Eastern Wosh 8 Gonzagai 2nd Big Sky Champ. Opp. 6 7 2 0 4 2 e 3 2 I 3B Busineij Manager Jim Waltefmire Vice -Present Strong lb i. From l rF: Clay Co l r. Jot Melluq Jiff, " I f " ™ I " Clay CoJIm ' , Joe Ma rTOtgram LOUnCll Scr an. Jim l 1r, Cory Corton , Tom Shovghri«ii r , Gloria Wong, Daie Gorton. Roy CJiapnan, Bob From ri hl around IS lOM : Uufy Konttn, t4 Fulfill, li» tint. WilVO Morblrt , C- L Mgrdhy. Bichgrd B ml?r. Sichard Skonnoi, ..Int Cl„ _ „ D „ „ _.J le{kner . Km Mirringloft, HfnninrjUi O I U I t UUU I U ALPHA OMICRON PI 1 An M Gr D r|i ?- C ■r:!y SorgW« 3. Norma Woody 4. BevMoibock 5 Hrriqliul- BeK ' rnt 6. Wooden Ko+n!g 7. Jon GoldHohn . VP 8. Sarah Fm? ' ion . D lai-i C:: f. ID. Colleen JtiMiaM II. Mn ' r.nrci Hanion I?. N:i ' itv Long 13. LofitMarlin I . Carol Dovidiop 15. Co ql Hoiqamo Id. Candy Miller 17. lindo Gohritl H- Jay J tiraca»r 19. Julie Wilton 20. Coy Croakihnnki 21. Poqqy Wil«n 22. Peggy Kuhr 23. forty JC«lly, Fret. 2 - MorgipoyU 25. la Smith 76. Ani ' a 5t iraeber 27- Wonda Moroil 21. Normo Wnlden 29. Jane Ande ' ion 30. Cintf y WrjH 52 1. Jnnic Robrrfson 2. Sv SpiV |Ov» n] 3. HolMly MlWM t. RuKi SpiUcr 5 Dar» ft M«iKi n A C n :: t Conrad 7. Sharon Mire hay ic B Shpraft Ki ly Afl PciNtrion 0. Ma»y Jnn dourer SISTERS OF THE MALTESE CROSS 57 LITTLE DELTA SIGMA PHI 62 KAPPA ALPHA THETA I JodeHSchnm J. Ch rv e e J, Paula niilNpt 4. FVp.v. lit- j. iV mfc 4. A ■■ 6- ■ ■•• 7. E E iiie Turcot 9. lynrt DfaFn 10. Barb Weinp«tr It. Jort»Urb4ifco II Ma. Y Ellen titVenhdd «3. Mri. AH n. Mou« Mother u Jo AMMeDiBioM IS. J ri Milan 14 Corol W,-]ll fc 17. tTa «n Olt « lfl. tfo«fl Stofie Ifl Ann P«M r r,Q 30. M fly Moffiiofi 21. WJniWaqntr 23. S ky Wuibacdi 24 CaHijHa 2 7. I KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 10. Randy 6 •.■ r F , II, Hon, Holr 13. PhJlMflhaliih 13. FV«r 9oqtn 14. ru£l ( , nf r 15. J hnCf r»il 14. Sto v HDpfc;m 17. Sr v C lar li; 66 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON LITTLE SISTERS OF MINERVA I. CdHo Swonton 1, Lynda Lovely 3, G-T r - V.:-- " C 4, :»A-, ' ViJc-ns A. Mi mi Man 10 7 Bonnie Wigal 8 Debbie Reber II. Jejni« W«4 «rrh I J. Le-4 ' l Nonl 13 Ponfari k 14. Marty Reevc-i 69 SIGMA KAPPA 7, Bvcky Lariati J. Col uh-t- ' SbiniJn 4. Sharon rei ' hui 7. Ocm: rc C ' O ' n 8 DrbVpW nfr 9. Curia Stanton IC JedrMuull 11. Ki-ii Pepp . . Manly Davidion , Jond Gltr.r 13. 5a dy Salre . Dial Ksiitinrr t7. 5 aran $gko . Andy Homilc-ad Jon PrlmsT 0 CHI This page brought to you courtesy of Sigma Nu r whose members could not 7 % decide when they wan fed their picture taken. Junior Sponsors: JESSE HALL Anold Al ' Socitfy Kirhry F 1i r. BiiKard Cologne. S ' t.t P»«lpi, Lorry $ huit«r. Mike Shannon. Commissioned John C-Dibbrrn I ton P. Franrfitk htar G. Graft f onk J, A, Greece. Jr. Aim £. J lt tannii I. Kirctinar LtoivaiiJ J. Leb ' ir Graduates lttph fi J. Ivry m Rag«-r L. rvielion WlSrUn G. ftitotpi Mlehetl f . Shaw $)« « S. Wan Jo K«llar Craig M C«ul« From tofr, flow li Robert Nottinghom, Richard Roolry, Rod Holler. Richard Hosier, Sow 2r PaJ Wood, Gordon Thornton, Steve Garrison, Richard William , Dove Jokobi. flow 3: Ted Brold, Tiny Hudson, Roberl NisbeT. 93 Freshmen 97 Freshmen 99 Freshmen 101 J ' .- - li-H-. ' rnrri CaMiy Lowrfan Dona Mankind Rhonda Mart «kt Malkin Jack aNinqly Freshmen ios Seniors " The Sign in Sidney Brewstein ' s Window " o play about a fool that believes that death is waste and love is sweet and that people want to be better than they are and that flowers smell gaad and that hurt is despera- tian and that desperation is energy and energy can move things " Philidelphia Here I Come " Mans identity is Iwofold — fhe face he shows and the feelings he hides . . . depicted by Tom Blair (the inner self} and Colin Etherington (the public self). 12 Plowing Snow With One ' s Head J fell from my sled end! plowed wsw wirh my head, I held back ihe trial and waited while lears cleared my eyes. IF was. cold and I fell 1 foolish and bold. My clothe were soggy, heavy ond wet my loo ond finger were wrinkled Iron Ihe moulure they ' d met. A the wind whipped through to my che l I thought lo 90 home would be best. And to I attended ihe hill forfeiting, ihe rh rill pullirg my tied behind. At the top of ihe hill I r -m -mbered ihe ihrill I do e to my sled ond downhill wo fled picking up speed fulfilling ihe need to run carele ond Irce Far 0 moment, to be- I fell from my sled ond plowed mow with my heod • • by Don burden 17 Mount Sentinel Time now for walking over The slopes of Sentinel The sun lays its hot salvo in Against a landscape shaggy and And morning dew is gone. The high clouds drift, far overhead Heavy and white and cumulous. But on the slope. The shreds of morning mist, Still leaving, Twist like scarfs of water, Lay along, Then crawl over Ihe tall uprise. The sun ' s barrage just strengthens This frail white, And, hanging in there cold, Rock ridges good for walking, Can be seen Alan Nasfund Jesus of Brooklyn, He came and He went. The fellas all said He was from heaven sent. Now I ' m gonna tell ya the way it all looked, Just take me real serious and you won t get rooked. He come outa nowhere, real spooky, ya know? And then He come on like o vaudeville show. He whipped out o comic and read it aloud, And made all them common words sound awful proud! We snickered and pointed ond shut him up fast, But you know these weirdos, my gosh, they can lost! He stored and He stared ' til we cut our noise, Then he opened his mouth ond said, " God bless you boys ' Well, we all bugeyed with nothin ' to say, So we grabbed up our stuff and was startin 1 away, When he knelt on the pavement and, lookin ' real sod. He talked to some guy that I guess was His dad. He asked for his help and a strong guiding hand, And hoped he would moke the whole world understand. Well, since He was new to our lingo and oil, We felt kinda sorry for leaving and all. And He was sort funny, and pitiful too, So we sat and we figured on what we should do Cuz He was a stranger and we was oil friends, And oil of us bocks up what one of us lends. Yeah, finally we thought of the best thing lo do, (The guy was still kneeling his eyes was closed, tool And he was soyin ' things oil about us, And how he was hoping to win all our trust.) We told Him a story, now, none of it true, ' Bout how He should visit this man we all knew. We went down the alley and led him along, And hoped that our plan wouldn ' t turn out all wrong. We got to the doorstep before he caught on r He fretted and asked that His sins all be gone. We ' d took Him the only nice place that we knew, So we pushed Him on in and took off, the whole gong! I wanted to know if it worked out okay, So I sneaked back around while the guys ron away. I opened the door to the church, which it was, And the door really creaked like it usually does. But the weirdo was gone and his comic book, too, So I ask, did we save him, or what did we do? Jesus of Brooklyn, He came but He ' s gone. The story I ' m felling can ' t really go on, Cuz all I can say thai I know of the guy, fs that He was in Brooklyn in early July. And I hope He ' s okay now, wherever He is, And He ' s back with his dad — and — God bless Him — gee whiz! — God bless Him — gee whiz! 25 Vd rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth — Man will never comprehend the magnitude of his natural world or the brilliance of creation. He can only try, and try he shall. For only in the attempt will he be able to understand himself. rhvtoi by Home Hotel: Summer ' 68 We tore the old whorehouse down yesterday. Fire scarred and long deserted, only bums were sleeping there, laying on rusted bed springs (room rent absolutely in advance). Only kids laughed in the square rooms, sounds that once cost a dollar now free. Trespass is also illegal, and this faw the sheriff enforces. Scavengers ond former tenants had salvaged what useful brass and iron there might have been, There ' s no gold here Emily, We started in with pick and axe, tearing planks ond tar paper from the third story roof. Dump trucks go north to the junkyard, the road past the pink, third-generation Hillside Ranch, half the size and outside the city limits. Work went too slow: a back-hoe, a dozer ond five men against plaster walls. All our tools, all our machines broke on the stiff wood beams, so the Boss and the others, drunk ond mad, splashed gas on the floor and finished what the first fire started. Jim Grody I 33 I J The Headless Horseman rode through the Homecoming Parade, above, while Governor Forest Anderson broke ground for the new UM library, right. Grizzlies filled the afternoon with a win over below, and over, below, and guitarist Carlos Montoya ended Homecoming activities with a flamenco concert, far right. 3 . % Students turned out for a rap session with President Pantzer following Central Board ' s protest against its lack of power, Below, students caucused in an attempt to restructure student government. The result: Central Board resumed meeting, business goes on as usual. The Cambodian Invasion during the winter of ' 71 evoked only mild protest from UM students Pictured here: A rally in the UC, held to demonstrate student concern, and organized by Roman Zylawy, foreign language instructor. 1 Off -campus students frequented the Gold Oak Buffet, held week nights winter quarter. Pictured here: a crab feast, all you can eat, $ 1 .49. The Wotani was started fall quarter by UM Black Students. Following is an article by Esther Doss, taken from the February edition. Feelings About Dick Gregory LoU Tuesday, February 16, we had ihe rare oppor- lunity t a Ifsfen to ihe words of onr of the mosl hon- est men in America, Mr. Dick Gregory. He was comical, truthful, and never lacking ihe morality ond ethics he osked of us as young people. The old cliche that yau con " 1 IrvSl anyone over 30 is irrele- vant in the case of this 3Q ear old Black mart. Hii hanetty, p rsonal Fortitude ond immense concern far all humanity gove me the hope and e !ra strength ro keep fighting for what I belFeve in. Some of his critics consider him to be egotistical. I consider him to be O firm example of the type of Block man who is confident in who he is and who makes no compromise with on " oppressive and morally degenerate, eriminol society " Hii words ran home to me the full reolity and depth of degeneracy this country has faNen into. He told us lhar the old folks left ul 0 horrible; mess to clear Up and OS I looked oround I saw non-belFeving white faces that frowned o1 h i-s hilo " Ous monologue on ihe N W Niggers — I asked mysell if the Fonghairs America ' s new niggers were willing to jump down off that privileged hone of white society ond begin to fight, really fight the woy Blacks have had to fight for hundreds of years. I wondered if they would be able to leave the. drugs and denounce the racism that we Blacks already know to be the rea- sons for the genocide of this nolion ' s young. I fell pravd of eoch ond every one of my Black brothers who made it ' heir job lo be Brother Dick ' s body guards while he was here. They protected him with love and surrounded him in such o woy that t ihink someone would have been q foal if tht-y had tried to harm Brother Dick in any woy. I think also If reflected how we feel about a man ihor cores and respects all of u enough to full us the simple and honest truth oboul the world. Aj he Spoke about the CIA ond ihe threots on his life, a cold feeling ran through my body. I under- stood thun that ihe closer and closei to the truth lhar, one reveals obout ihe inner workings ol this govern- ment the closer one comes to the end of Jife. How- ever, as I looked at Brother Gregory ' s face, I saw the calm bearing of a mon who wos nol afraid. In his own words from an Ebony article, he says, " The hardest man in ihe world to kill is O man ihot ' ethically honest ond moralFy sound because he ' s net going Out of his woy to duck nothing . . , Me carries himself in o woy lho ttOre a whole Fot of people . . . I ' ve looked a1 hislory and the closest they ' ve ever come to killing a truly morolty honesi-»o-the- nth-degree man was Socrates, and he took his own poison, " This helped me To understand how Angela Oavis, Huey Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge and Kathleen Cleaver, and so mony other Black le aders both in ihe past and present hove been able to fight for the liberation of Black people ond still live life to the greatest capacity even though deo h storks two steps behind. I felt that Brother Dick wos not a stronger but o man of ihe people. Me slated that there was hope shot we could save this world with our moral farce and a young people we a e not so completely set in the ways of deceit that a new type of morality can rise out of us which is not phony or hypocritical or punitive but one thai con possibly change a sys- tem and make it possible For us lo find ho» New Humanity that Ulysses Doss keeps rappin " la us obouL The one that will allow yv lo octepl people OS people and not by the type race, classification rji whoiever. mm Spring Clark MoHenhcff; " I ihinlt Agncw is ihe best thing thol ' i ever hoppled to the press. " SPEAKERS WHtOn Friedman: " Is o norirjn justified in ompeHing servirude from on individual? ' ' FORUM: The alhletic budger r cut 13% by CB, wai ihe subject of on« iprincj forum. From left, John Chnjtenjen, Clay Collier., and Coach Jock Swarlhoul discuss ihe fort of fooiboll 1971. The forum coincided whh moratorium week. THE IRON BUTTERFLY SPRING OFFENSIVE Morotorivftt 1971 sow nearly 400 people, scune stu- dents, somo not, join in a march t ihe Selective Servfce Office in the Florence Hotel. The march through driving rgin Followed a nigh-long vfgil and forum in ihe University Center. Indian Week Panels, lecturer, and cultural acliviliei dominated the «cond annual KY-IO Jndian Conference.


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