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 »1961 CHINOOK Published by THE JUNIOR CLASS VOLUME FIFTY-THREE (l) WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DILLON, MONTANAFOREWARD Today's society becomes increasingly more demanding of the individual in requiring the college degree as an immediate preparation for a successful professional and social life. More and more people realize the aesthetic and cultural values of the mental, moral, and spiritual advantages that a college education provides as a part of this preparation. Indeed, it is generally assumed that there is no real substitute for a higher education. The student, while undergoing his college experience, participates in those activities which will prepare him more fully for the responsibilities which he must assume eventually as a full-fledged member of this society. What he has done becomes, then, what he is to be and what he is to do in the future; he essentially is all that he has ever done. As the student's college activity is preparation for life, so, too, his participation is a record of growth and achievement, of work and play. The purpose of the 1961 CHINOOK, therefore, is to provide a visual account of this participation at a time when only memory can recreate the past. Old college friends and past events once again become the realities of an important by-gone period of his life.DEDICATION Genevieve Albertson In the dedication of the 1961 CHINOOK we, the members of the staff, pay tribute to Professor Genevieve Albertson, one who requires no monument, for we need only to look around us to see her influence and accomplishments. Miss Albertson is loved and respected as a friend and revered as a teacher of English and as the head of the English department. She is human and approachable, and during the many years of service to Western Montana College of Education and to the state of Montana, she has always had a friendly interest in people and has remained close to the lives of students, alumni, and colleagues. As an alumnae she has made Western her life. Her wide-ranging abilities and interests have frequently made her sought after to serve the College in other capacities. She is a scholar with the common touch, one who, as an exciting interpreter and communicator of ideas, has helped countless students to probe, to understand, and to appreciate. Indeed, there have been few professors anywhere who have left a more enduring mark on the developing teacher. (5)STUDENT UNION Center of Campus Life MEN'S DORMITORIES Davis Hall (left) Jordan HallJames E. Short PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE The 1961 CHINOOK is for you a very personal thing. You cannot now know how personal. Your picture and the pictures of your friends are collected on its pages as reminders of that which you shared with those whom you knew. May you stay in touch with the many friends you met at Western; they are among the finest you will ever know. Only time will tell which associations will become sharper as the years go by and which will fade. Your CHINOOK is your most reliable bond with your college experiences of 1960-61. (?) LOCAL BOARD MEETS WITH DR. SHORT Left to right: Mr. O. A. Bergoson, Mr. W. G. Gilbert, Jr.. Mrs. Amy Gilbert, and Dr James Short.PRESENTED BY Sally Webb, Don Mero CO-EDITORS ASSOCIATE EDITORS.............Ron Pfau Mary Ellen Bouma, Richard Steadman, lolene Bilant, Russell Morrison Jolene Bilant, Betty Wood ART EDITORS BUSINESS MANAGER SPORTS EDITORS...................Dean Stroh. Larry Dunlap, Erma Desjardins, Cecil Warren PICTURE EDITORS.............Sandy Martinsen Lorna Wearley, Dick Hanby ADVERTISING ..... Earl Sager, Doug Boehme, JoAnn Feeney, Lois Michelotti PRESIDENT OF JR. CLASS .Darrell Vallance SPONSOR Blanche McManusSTUDENT COUNCIL Seated at table, left to right: Mr. Bill Bruer, Darrell Vallance, Sandy Martinsen, Rich Correa. Standing: Dave Hilger, Herman Tushaus, Pete Scott. This group, made up of the Student Body President, Secretary-Treasurer, the four class presidents, and the College President, ex-officio, is the center of student-sponsored activity at Western and attempts to put student ideas into action. Some activities sponsored this year were weekend movies, chartering buses for out-of-town contests, Homecoming parade ancT fall quarter Big Brother, Big Sister program to help incoming freshmen. COLLEGE UNION BOARD Seated at table, left to right: Lou Underwood, Sally Webb, Dr. J. Feathers, Sandy Martinsen, Miss G. Mathews. Standing: Mr. G. McCormick, Herman Tushaus, Mr. B. Bruer. Mr. T. Cypher, Cal Wearley, Pete Scott. The College Union Board is the only committee on campus which combines faculty and student members on a basis of equal representation in working with the affairs of students. This board provides entertainment and enrichment for students through disbursement of the student fund. Four subcommittees are organized to achieve the above objective. These are Social and Dance, House and Hospitality, Games and Recreation, and Cultural. Some activities sponsored this year were a coffee hour for convention reports, weekend dances, and a Christmas party in conjunction with Student (10) Council. FACULTY FACULTY WILLIAM BRUER EDWARD A. CEBULL Associate Prof, of English B.E., Western Mont. College of Education; M.A.. Montana State Univ. Graduate Study. University of California. EDWARD A. CEBULL CLARABEL BOGUT College Nurse R.N., Mont. Deac. Hosp. WESLEY CASPERS Dean of Education Director of Summer School B.S.. State Teachers College. Superior. Wisconsin; M.S., California Institute of Technology; M.A., Ph.D.. University of Minnesota. JOHN R. CUMMING Associate Prof, of Education B.B.A., Univ. of Minnesota; M.Ed., Ph.D.. Univ. of Wash. JOHN R. CUMMING (13) STELLA G. BIERRUM Instructor in Fine Arts B.S., Univ. of Minnesota; Graduate Study, University of Minnesota, Art Institute of Chicago. Art Institute of St. Paul. CLAY ANDERS Assistant Professor in Industrial Arts B.S.. M.S.. MSC. CLAY ANDERS WESLEY CASPERS GENEVIEVE ALBERTSON Professor of English B.A., Montana State Univ.; M.A., Columbia Univ.; Graduate Study. University of Washington, University of London. GENEVIEVE ALBERTSON STELLA G. BIERRUM WILLIAM BRUER Associate Prof, of Education. Director of Correspondence Study and Placement B.S., Nebraska State Teachers College; M.A., Colorado State College of Education; Graduate Study. MSC. CLARABEL BOGUTFACULTY TERRANCE R. CYPHER Instructor in Mathematics B.S., M.S.. MSC. GERT L. DANIELS Assoc. Prof, of Bio. Science B.A.. M.A.. Univ. of Texas: Ed.D., Columbia University. STANLEY R. DAVISON LOUISE FARRIS HELEN GALLAGHER Secretary to the President. TERRANCE R. CYPHER STANLEY R. DAVISON Ass't Prof, of Social Studies B.A., M.A., MSU; Ph.D., Univ. of Calififornia. LOUISE FARRIS Registrar-Secretary. HELEN GALLAGHER GERT L. DANIELS MARY B. EMERICK Professor of Fine Art B.A., Univ. of Washington; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Study, Chouinard Institute of Art. University of Calif, at Los Angeles, Univ. of Southern Calif. JOSEPH FEATHERS Ass't Prof, of Education B.A., Willamette University; M.S.. Ph.D., Univ. of Wash. JOHN C. GARRY JOSEPH FEATHERS JOHN C. GARRY Ass't Prof, of Bus. Education B.B.A.. B.S., M.A.. University of Minnesota: Graduate Study, Univ. of N. D. 14)FACULTY DOROTHY GELHAUS Librarian B.A., B.S. in Library Science, University of Washington. WINIFRED GREENWOOD Ass't Prof, of Home Economics B.A., Brenau College; M.A., Colorado State College of Education; Graduate Study, Traphagen School of Dress and Design. DOROTHY GELHAUS FRANK HOEY FRANK HOEY Instructor in Physical Ed. B.S., Montana State College. VIOLA HOLTER WINIFRED GREENWOOD VIOLA HOLTER Ass't to Business Manager. BR1NTON JACKSON Assistant Prof, of Music B.M.E., MSU; Graduate Study, Northwestern Univ., Columbia Univ. RALPH KNEELAND Associate Prof, of Education B. S. Ed., Kirksville State Teachers College; C. Ed., MSU; Graduate Study. Oregon State College. ASHFORD B. KELLEY Assistant Professor of Music B.F.A., Nebraska State Teachers College; M.M., Northwestern Univ.; Graduate Study. University of Nevada, Chico State Teachers College. HELEN LUEBBEN Instructor in English and Foreign Languages B.A., Graduate Study, Univ. of Calif.; Middlebury School of Languages. (15) RALPH KNEELAND HELEN LUEBBENFACULTY GEORGE McCORMICK Doan of Men; Instructor in Physical Ed.; Football Coach B.A., M.E.. MSC. RALPH McFADDEN Professor of Music A.A.M.. Dana Musical Inst.; Graduate. Institute of Musical Art of the Julliard School. New York; M.M., American Conservatory of Music, Chicago. BLANCHE McMANUS GEORGE McCORMICK RALPH McFADDEN BLANCHE McMANUS Ass't Prof, of English B.E., Western Montana College of Education; M.A., Univ. of Wash. WILLIAM MALLINSON Ass't Business Manager Liverpool Institute; Skerry's College. Liverpool. England. GEORGIA MATHEWS IVA LEA ORR Bus. Mgr., Dean of Women. Ass't to the Librarian. GEORGIA MATHEWS PAUL O. PICTON IVA LEA ORR PAUL O. PICTON Registrar B.A., State Teachers College. Dickinson, North Dakota; M.A., MSU. (16)JOE C. RYBURN HOWARD SMITH Assoc. Prof, of Phys. Science B.S.. M.S., Graduate Study. Montana State College. DALE TASH Assoc. Prof, of Social Studios B.S.. Western Mont. College of Education; M.A., Montana State Univ.; Graduate Study, University of Colorado, Montana State College PATRICIA A. WARCUP FACULTY JOE C. RYBURN Assistant Professor of English B.E., Western Montant College of Education; M.A., University of Denver; Graduate Study. University of Washington. University of Denver. HOWARD SMITH LILLIAN H. SEYMOUR Ass't Professor of Education B.S.. M.S., Eastern Montana College of Education. WILLIAM STRAUGH LILLIAN H. SEYMOUR WILLIAM STRAUGH Prof, of Physical Education Athletic Director B.E.. Western Mont. College of Education; M.E., Montana State Univ.; Graduate Study, University of Calif., Univ. of Montana. DALE TASH LAURENCE A. WALKER LAURENCE A. WALKER Assoc. Prof, of Education B.A.. Intermountain Union College; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Study, University of Mont., Colo. State College. PATRICIA A. WARCUP Ass't Prof, of Phys. Education B.S., M.S., Univ. of N. Dakota. (17)SENIOR AUTOGRAPHS ( 19) This Page Sponsored By HUSKY SERVICE, DILLONSENIOR CLASS OFFICERS (20)GRADUATE DIVISION MASTER'S DEGREE 1961 LARRY ADAMS Three Forks WORKING ON THE MASTER'S DEGREE RUSSELL FISK Harlowton WILLIAM ROWE Los Angeles. California KENNETH SCALLY Dillon GENE McNEIL Columbia Falls (21)JAMES ALBRO MILDRED S. AYERS Three Forks Denton CHARLES R. ADAMS Three Forks CLARENCE BAKER Kalispell MARION N. BARTLETT Bell Gardens. L. A., California JOSEPHINE BARTCH Fort Peck KIZZIE R. BROWN Armstead M. MARLENE CARBIS Helena LOUIS E. BUCKMASTER Butte HARVEY P. BURNS Livingston ELIZABETH P. CALLAHAN Butte (22)EUNICE CHAPIN Kalispell E. LAVON CHILDS Dillon PHILIP G. CRISWELL Dillon ALLEN CLARK Dillon GERALD E. CLAUSSEN Drummond MYRLE E. CLAUSSEN Drummond JANICE K. CLEVERLY Dillon RUSSELL CREASER Poplar ROBERT A. CLEVERLY Dillon HAROLD E. CONTWAY Dillon GARY K. COOPER Thompson Falls (23)RICHARD B. 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BERTHA RALSTON Hamilton RAYMOND NYE Dillon GARRY PACE Shelby GAIL SCHEIFFELE Philipsburg CAROL SCHOONOVER TRUDY SCHOPFER Poison WhitehallDONNA THOMAS Anaconda DOT THOMPSON Deer Ledge RUSSELL TYSDAL Dillon RUTH TRUCKNER Missoula RICHARD WALKER Cut Bank (58) jWESTERN'S ACTIVITIES AUTOGRAPHS This Page Sponsored By BECKTOLD COMPANY(60)HOMECOMING 1960 QUEEN JANICE HART With spirits not the least bit dampened by the uncooperative weather of October 8, the 1960 edition of Homecoming came and went a very big success. The day was officially opened with a parade, but you can bet that for those who worked on floats it had begun a good deal earlier. The parade entries showed much ingenuity and work. The winners were the S.E.A., the Freshman Class, and Forensic Association. HOMECOMING Janice Hart, a sophomore from Helena, was elected queen and was so crowned Saturday at half-time of the Western-Northern grid battle. She was crowned by co-captains Glen Harper and Don Sutherland. In the game itself. Western tromped Northern 47-6 at Vigilante Field. After the game a picnic was held in the Student Union Building because of the weather. However, once inside, no one seemed to notice and everyone exhibited a hearty appetite. Culminating the day's festivities was the Homecoming Dance. It was a fitting end to an event filled day. Everyone in attendance enjoyed themselves. This is how the 1960 edition of Homecoming went. It was one of the most successful days in the year, and we all look forward to it again next year. PRINCESSES with QUEEN Front: Queen Janice Hart with football captain, Glen Harper. Back: Princesses, left to right: Lynda Powell, Myrle Claussen and Sandy Armstrong. (6i:HOMECOMING FLOATS SEA—1ST PLACE FORENSICS INTERVARSITY HARD-WORKING JUNIORS FRESHMEN DROWN YOUR SORROWS, NORTHERN! 62)Left to right, on floor: Sharon Grimes, Sharon Herzog, Sande White, Lois Michelotti, Georgia Harris; on couch: Lois Wilson, Erma Desjardins, Sandy Martin-sen. Karen Bergum, Janice Hart, Sandy Armstrong; standing, first row: Floral Stillings, Jeri Lou Armstrong, Lorna Wearley, Cody Townsend, Brenda Morstein, Lou Underwood; standing, back row: Tym Stocks. Jolene Bilant, Peggy Palmer, Georgeann Sullivan, Mrs. Wm. Bruer. sponsor, Jane Duncan, Jo Ann Moore, Ronda Brown. Frances Horner. Carol Jenkins. Joanne Talcott. Kappa Zeta Nu, Western's only sorority and the oldest organization on campus, was organized in 1904. Annual activities include upper class initiation in the fall, the KZN Formal winter quarter, freshmen initiation in the spring, including a banquet, and a community service project. This year the formal dance, held January 14, was centered around an "Evening in Paris" theme. KZN also sponsored weekend dances in the Student Union and sold refreshments at basketball games. This year's officers are Sandy Mcrrtinsen, president; Erma Desjardins, vice president; Janice Hart, secretary, and Karen Bergum, treasurer, with Mrs. Bruer, Miss Warcup and Miss Mathews, sponsors. Left to right, front tow: Sally Webb, Lorna Wearley, Lou Underwood, Jeri Lou Armstrong, Sande White. Second row: Jolene Bilant, Frances Horner. Floral Stillings, Judy Greenheck, Ronda Brown. Standing: Miss Mathews, sponsor. KAPPA ZETA NU The Women's House Council organizes social activities to be held during the year in the Residence Hall. New members are selected each year to work with mmbers returning from the previous years. The House Council members serve as representatives of all Residence Hall women. This group plans all house parties which include the Christmas activities, Haloween activities, Pixie Week and many others. (63)WHO'S WHO Seven seniors were chosen this year to be honored by being placed in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. They contributed a great deal to the school life here at Western in a various number of ways. Some of the campus organizations they represented are the Student Council, WRA, KKZN, Chanticleers, Chorus, Band, Gargoyles, "M" Club, and the Art Club. The seven so honored are as follows: MYRLE ENMAN CLAUSEN — Myrl© in her four year slay at Western has contributed more than her share to making it a better place to be. Known for her sunny disposition, she also joined in many campus activities. These included being co-editor of the 1960 CHINOOK, past president and secretary of the WRA, member of KZN, and secretary of the Chanticleers. PETE SCOTT—Pete is probafe one of those who thinks actxr speaks louder than words. Hi doesn't have too much to say but get him on a football fie!: and he'll run right over ya Pete was president of the ser :-class, a Student Affairs repre sontative. a Chanticleer memie and an "M" Clubber lettering : football and track. CAROL MARTIN — Always rather quiet, Carol has what it takes to get along. She is known to be very adept at the things she is most interested in. Carol is an honor student, a Chanticleer, and one of the brighter lights in the Music Club. JERRY SELVIG—One of V« ern's ''fabulous five'' that mad a shambles of the M.C.C. baske ball race is Jerry Selvig. Jen was a member of the team whir: went to Kansas City for fc NAIA tournament. Jerry this yec was selected for the all-confe-ence first team. He is also know: for his ability with the javelin i: the spring. RAY PHILLIPS—Ray is always likeable and known for his good sense of humor. In his stay here at Western he has made a name for himself as a trombone soloist, a chorus member, and a very good actor and Gargoyle. FLORAL MAE STILLINGS-Always pleasant and friend!? Floral Mae returned to WMCE after teaching in Great Falls pub lie schools. Floral is an active member of the Art Club and ha the thankless job of proctor i the Residence Hall. HERMAN TUSHAUS — Herman is one fellow on campus who is always on the go. This year as Student Body President Herman did a wonderful job and rates a big vote of thanks for a job well done. In the mean time Herman also found time for the lead role in ''The Crucible,” and the Chanticleer Club. Intramural basketball fans will also remember Herman for an evening with Tushaus on the hardwood (which is where he usually is). (64)INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Loft to riqht: Mr. Andor«, John Lyons, Ken McLean, Alan Lund-borg, Howard Carbls, Dan Scott, Don Mero, Dave Moissner, Darold Rollman. The main purpose of the Industrial Arts Club is to help give the Industrial Arts majors and minors a better understanding of the Industrial Arts curriculum. The club gets its financial backing independently by making different projects and selling them. This year the club built palettes for Tri State Mineral Co., and they also made picnic tables for anyone who wished to order them. The mony earned from this work is used for various field trips throughout our country. The club's sponsor is Mr. Clay Anders, and the 1961 officers are Don Mero, president; Ken McLean, vice president; Pat Carney, secretary; Howard Car-bis, treasurer. (65)CHANTICLEERS RICHARD STEADMAN Editor The Chanticleer Club is the group responsible for putting out the WESCOLITE every Wednesday. It is through the hard work of this group that the school has such a fine paper. Any person who desires to become a member of this club must meet certain journalistic re- Left to right, seated: Herman Tushaus, Myrle Claussen, Marlon© Carbis, sponsor. Miss Genevieve Albertson, Floral Stillings, Dean Stroh, Aanes Rebish, Lou Underwood, lorry Bennett. Standing: John Harrington. Mitzi Stroup, Jan Kiockbusch, Richard Steadman, Nathalie Atkins, Sharon Blakely, Marlene Lundell, A1 Clark. Under the leadership of Miss Genevieve Albertson, the club's sponsor, new members as well as old are taught the fundamentals of good journalism. The 1960-61 officers are Mitzi Stroup, president; Marlene Carbis, vice president; Marlene Lundell, secretary-treasurer; Richard Steadman, editor; Bill Gillin and Nathalie Atkins, associate editors; Russell Morrison, business manager; and Jerry Bennett and Dean Stroh, sports editors. (66) MITZI STROUP PresidentRICHARD STEADMAN NATHALIE ATKINS MITZI STROUP BILL GILLIN LOU UNDERWOOD MATRIX The Matrix is an honorary society within the Chanticleer Club. Membership is reserved for those who distinguish themselves in journalism or who serve either of Western's publications faithfully. RUSSELL MORRISON MARLENE CARBIS JERRY BENNETT MYRLE CLAUSSEN CAROL MARTIN ■ MARLENE LUNDELL (67) Left to right: Janice Kieckbusch. Miss Genevieve Albertson, Richard Steadman. Parade Opens Go Western Day Events Western Wins MCC Championship Winter Production, “The Crucible,” To Be Presented March 7-8 Som LITTLE man on campus Dillon Ski Club Presents Satire V. Intramural HlghU hts . • • Tumb ea rs Perform For Faculty IN omen’s Club NOltt'O V)A. OGKXM 68) Voi. xxxix THE WESCOLITE Published by the JOURNALISM CLUB _nf7rATlON WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATIUI Dillon, Montana Wednesday. February 8, 1961 Subscription Rates — $1.00 a Year EDITOR ......... STA-FF... RICHARD STEADMAN ASSOCIATE EDITOR .............. NATO AWE ATKIN© BUSINESS MANAGER ............. RUSSELL MORRISON SPORTS EDITORS ........... ... JERRY BENNETT DEAN STROH REPORTERS — SHARON BLAKELY, RONDA BROWN, ANN CHRISTIE. MARLENE CARBIS. ALLEN CLARK. MYRLE CLAUSSEN, MICK HARRINGTON, THOMAS HENDERSON. JAN KIECKBUSCH. MARLENE LUNDELL, CAROL MARTIN. FLORAL STILLINGS, MITZI STROUP, LOU UNDERWOOD. THE WESCOLITE WELCOMES SIGNED CONTRIBUTIONS. THOSE PRINTED DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF THE STAFF. 5CHORUS Autumn quarter activities saw the chorus travel to Philipsburg to perform a concert of sacred and secular music including solos by Gary Lacey, Deane Cowan, and a girls' trio consisting of Bonnie Beck, Karen Daniels and Jean Lindquist. At Christmas time the chorus presented a concert closing with a large group of Christmas carols. During the Christmas concert solos were rendered by Verla Boetticher, Deane Cowan, Jean Lindquist, and the Men's Glee Club consisting of Dan Conklin, Marvin Hash, Gerald Heikkila, Ken McLean, Jim Netz, Wally Searcy and Herman Tushaus. One of the major accomplishments of the chorus this year was the purchase of white gabardine robes. The director of the chorus is Mr. Brinton Jackson; the accompanist is Mr. Ralph McFadden and the librarian is Russell Morrison. As the CHINOOK goes to press, the chorus announced that during the spring quarter, they will present the "King and I." First row, left to right: Mr. McFadden, accompanist, W. Lucero, R. Morrison. D. Conklin, S. White, C. Elliott. B. Beck, K. Bergum, D. Jones, S. Crowley, D. Simon, S. North, T. Richardson, Mr. Jackson, director. Second row: J. McKenzie, A. Christie, R. Durocher, B. Peterson, S. Grimes, V. Boetticher, J. Murrish. Third row: T. Jenkin, D. Middlemas, J. Bennett, S. Webber, C. Carney, J. Sanders, J. Greenheck, M. Bouma, C. Lemon, G. Lacey, M. McQuirk, J. Anderson. In addition to the above pictured, the following participated in choral programs: R. Brown, D. Cowan, B. Erickson, A. Foreman, A. Friend, M. Hash, G. Heikkila, F. Laird. J. Lindquist, C. Martin, K. McLean, J. Netz, D. Neville, G. Scheiffele, W. Searcy, E. Seifert, H. Tushaus, G. Vucasovich, B. Hay, K. Daniels. (69)CONCERT BAND This year something new was tried when the Western Montana College Concert Band and the Beaverhead County High School Band performed in a joint concert Winter Quarter. Soloists for the year included Vic Wester-gard, trumpet; Gary Lacey, trumpet; Carol Martin, flute and clarinet; and a flute quartet composed of Carol Martin, Darlene Neville, Joanne Sanders and Shirley Webber. Fred Laird, Student Director during 1960-61, conducted the Pep Band during basketball season and served as assistant director for the concert band. (70)MUSIC CLUB Seated at piano: Carol Martin, Bonnie Beck. Standing, left to right: Jean Lindquist. Judy Green-heck. Fred Laird, Raye Durocher. Mr. McFadden. sponsor. Judy Murrish, Russell Morrison, Leona V ilbur, Mary Ellen Bouma. The principle objectives of the Music Club are to further interest and to develop an appreciation for the musical activities on campus. The club is under the direction of Mr. McFadden, Mr. Kelley and Mr. Jackson, Membership is open to anyone who enjoys music. As a project this year, the Music Club sold "throw pillows." Their primary purpose for raising money is to set up a special fund for music scholarships. The Music Club has devised its own emblem, and each member is eligible to wear a club jacket. PEP BAND Under the direction of Mr. Kelley and Fred Laird, the Pep Band played at home basketball games supporting the team by adding school spirit and enthusiasm. During the "Go Western, Beat Eastern" basketball game, it provided the music for the halftime show presented by Western's Drill Team. (71 )JOANNE TALCOTT WINS TRIP TO 4-H CONFERENCE IN NATION'S CAPITAL JOANNE TALCOTT The top award to be offered to a 4-H member was awarded to Joanne Talcott of Twin Bridges, a seven year 4-H member. She is to receive a trip to the national 4-H Conference in Washington, D. C., April 20-30. She was selected from 12,300 4-H members in Montana to receive this award. Winners are selected for their outstanding leadership and citizenship. Joanne has a top record in all of her home economics projects, which include sewing, foods, and home improvement. Income from her sheep breeding and fattening and garden projects are putting her through college. Joanne's other major awards were to the National 4-H Congress in Chicago in 1958 and to the Junior Club Week in Alberta, Canada, in 1960 as Montana's goodwill ambassador. Miss Talcott was the district winner in the Senior division in the "Make It With Wool" contest held in Butte in December. The coat she constructed and modeled was part of her 4-H sewing project. The theme of the National 4-H Conference will be "Citizenship in Four Dimensions." The outstanding speakers, special discussions, study of government, and visits to historic shrines will make possible a memorable educational experience. (72)Left to right, seated: Ann Foreman, Richard Steadman, Georgeann Sullivan. Mitzi Stroup. Standing: Connie Groomes, Mary Ellen Bouma. Georgiana Vucasovich, Ronda Brown, Tony Barone and Mr. Joe Ryburn, sponsor. Not pictured: Russell Morrison, Jim Albro. Bill Gillin, Gary Lacey. Neil Kent and Ray Phillips. The Gargoyle Club is Western's dramatic society which strives to seek out and develop dramatic ability. This organization was formed in 1923 to encourage dramatic activity and to reward members of unusual merit. Those with outstanding ability are eligible for membership in a national honor society. Order of the Jeweled Masque. Last year the Jeweled Masque was presented to Donna Robertson and Bud Parrett. The 1960-61 officers are Richard Steadman, president; Gary Lacey, vice president; Georeann Sullivan, secretary-treasurer. PLAYS PRODUCED 1960-1961 STALAG 17, by Donald Bevan and Edmund Tzcinski was presented spring quarter, 1960. An all-men production of a comedy melodrama in three acts, the entire action took place in the barracks of Stalag 17 somewhere in Germany during World War II in late December, 1944. ANNE OF A THOUSAND DAYS, by Maxwell Anderson was a summer performance in two acts based on the historical reign of Henry VIII of England and his second wife, Anne Boleyn, in the year 1509. The play showed Anne's triumph over a pope, an emperor, tradition, and the entrenched nobility, and her downfall under the sword of her executioner. THE MAN IN THE DOG SUIT, by Albert Seich and William H. Wright was a comedy in three acts implying the clash between the different classes in our society. A very wealthy woman carries a man of little means. The dog suit represents a symbol of escape to the husband from the domineering family of his wife. THE CRUCIBLE, by Arthur Miller was the Gargoyle production winter quarter, 1961. This play is a drama in two acts based on the Salem witch trials in the year 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts. (73]McCarthy.... Horney.... 'farko . -oiporal Shvltz....... .......... bar............... ..................... teed..................................... Peterson...... .......................... ted-D0g............................... Fl Vitherspoon .. ’ .................... Mi teKay.............................. Russel terman Captain............................. ... ............................. ....................Willi; Leo McCarthy Bill Gillin Frank Curnow F ike Kennedy Russell Morrison lim Albro Gary Lacey William Tarrant Don Murray JULUw. Lord Perc.y, Elizabeth Boleyn Mary Boleyn........... Sir Thomas More....... Madge Shelton......... Jane Seymour.......... Bishop Fisher......... John Houghton......... Thomas Cromwell....... Servant............... ...Joan Sampson Brinton Jackson ....Les Jackson ..................Gary Lacey .............Randy Davis Jim Seluay, Eric Daniels, , Philip Davis, Randy Davis Susan Broun, Kathy Brown. Evelyn Jacks Jacks :THE CRUCIBLE MAN IN THE DOG SUIT (7STHE ART CLUB First row, left to right: Connie Groomes, Joye Van Gilder, Jean Sturdevant, Barbara Worring, Marlene Carbis, Sande White, Arlene Bajovich, Floral Stillings. Second row: Marion Bartlett, Lorene Miller, Sandy Hunqerford. Judy Bilant. Jeanette Rogers. Russell Morrison, Tonya Gustafson, Mitzi Stroup. Howard Carbis. One of the most creative organizations on campus is the WMCE Art Club. This group is composed of many art enthusiasts who desire to use their talents for the advantage of the club and of the college. A gift shop is maintained by the members. During fall quarter the club made yulelogs. These attractive holiday centerpieces were arranged using fir, pine, holly, cones, candles, ribbons and various other items. The WMCE stationery (unofficial) was assembled and sold at various sales throughout the year. This stationery was designed by a former art club member. Marbles craft and copper enameling projects were the highlight during winter quarter. This attractive jewelery was sold in the spring sale. For Homecoming, 1960, the Art Club designed and dec orated a float bearing the slogan "Gypsy Predicts Weste' Win." Arlene Bajovich portrayed Madame Gypsy and foretofc Northern's defeat. At the Art Club's Christmas Party, the members exchange: self-made gifts ranging from crocheted doilies to paper mache masks. The Artist's Ball was sponsored by the Art Club, April' Colorful barrets were given to all persons attending the dance Jeanette Rogers was Dance Chairman. During the African Art Exhibit, the Art Club member: assisted the Kappa Pi's. Several paintings were also exhibit?: in the Water Color Exhibit.In contrast with the banquet held last year in Butte, the club journeyed to Helena on a field trip. May 20. Following a trip on Helena's "Last Chancer Tour Train," the group visited the State Historical Library, the Charles Russell museum, the capitol building, the Governor's mansion as guests of Gov. and Mrs. Donald Nutter, and the St. Helena Cathedral. The banquet was held that evening at Frontier Town. Two young Montana artists, Jack and Dorris Kinney, were guest speakers. Officers for the year were: Marlene Carbis, president; Floral Mae Stillings, vice president; Arlene Bajovich, secretary, and Jim Roth, treasurer. The club advisor is Mrs. Mary Emerick. (77KAPPA PI Kappa Pi was organized on campus in 1936 as Omicron chapter. It is an international collegiate art honorary fraternity. The purposes of this fraternity are (I) to form bodies of representative students who, by their influence and their artistic interests, will uphold the highest ideals of a liberal education, (2) to raise the standards of productive artistic work among the students in colleges and universities. Main project for the year was the African Sculpture Exhibit, held during April. This remarkable collection is owned by Ladislas Segy, a world famous expert on modern and African art. Viewers were able to better understand the African peoples. The deeply felt religious and magical faith is brought out through their art work. Based on meritorious work, the following students are members of Kappa Pi: Jane Jumper, Dan Scott, Mitzi Stroup, Iva Lea Orr, Marlene Carbis, Jeanette Rogers, Sande White, Judy Bilant and Tom Gentry. Officers during the year were: Jane Jumper, president; Iva Lea Orr, vice president; Mitzi Stroup, secretary; Dan Scott, treasurer and Marlene Carbis, exhibit chairman. 78) Seated, left to right: Sande White. Iva Lea Orr. Marlene Carbis. Standing: Jeanette Rogers, Tom Genty, Judy Bilant, Mitzi Stroup, Jane Jumper, Mrs. Mary Emerick, Dan Scott.THE STUDENT WIVES CLUB OF WMCE Left to right, seated: Katherine DeVries. Lois Davenport. Dee Scally. Judy Murphy, Joan Fisk, Gwen Meskimen. JoAnn Gatti. Left to right, seated: Mrs. Wm. Straugh, advisor. Joan Cottrell. Donna Delaney, Sharon Menti. Sharon White. Barbara Swan, Phyllis Goldie. Joann Albro. Karalee Adams, Marlene Carbis. Laura Monson, Peggy Windsor, Katherine Fox. The Student Wives Club is an off-campus organization composed of Western's Student Wives. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month, and meeting places vary from private homes to public meeting rooms. The wives take turns entertaining, and the evening consists of a business meeting, some form of entertainment and luncheon. Some of this year's entertainment included a cake-decorating demonstration, a gift-wrapping demonstration, a Christmas party, a lecture on "The Joy of Collecting" and the Parcel Post sale. The social year is ended on a congratulatory note as the graduating senior students and their wives are honored at a banquet where the wives are presented with their "P.H.T." (Putting Hubby Through) degrees. Officers for the 1960-61 year are JoAnn Gatti, president; Laura Deglow, vice-president; Phyllis Goldie, secretary; Karalee Adams, treasurer; Joann Albro, social correspondent; and Marlene Adams, historian. The sponsors for the club are Mrs. Wm. Straugh and Mrs. George McCormick.Seated at table. left to right: Marvin Hash, Dick Brundage. Joyce Terry, Ronda Brown, Joe Ayres. Standing: Mr. Edward Cebull, sponsor. Ron Kovich. Dave Lake, Bill White. Dave Lester. Phil Pomeroy, John Passmore, Merle DeVoe. WMCE FORENSIC ASSOCIATION The year 1960-61 was truly a milestone fn the history of the campus speech organization. Association officers elected to guide the destinies of the members were William White, president; Rhonda Brown, vice president; Diane Jones, secretary; Joyce Terry, treasurer; Gary Lacey, historian. During the fall quarter 24 interested students were paid-up members of the Forensic Association. The first activity of the young year won for the organization's membership the third-place award in the float contest for Homecoming 1960. Enthusiasm which was at an all-time high from the first meetings of the year spread until five Western debate teams were able to participate in their first practice intercollegiate debate tourney held at Carroll College late in the initial quarter. During the year the debaters argued the national intercollegiate debate proposition: Resolved, that the United States should adopt a program of compulsory health insurance for all citizens. New members showed promise in all the major speech activities: debate, oratory, interpretative reading, and extemporaneous speaking. (80)Early in January 22 speakers represented Western at the second annual Treasure State Speech Tournament at Montana State College, Bozeman. Richard Brundage won the first-place trophy in oratory, in competition with the best orators from eight colleges and universities located in Montana and adjacent states. William White was a finalist in extemporaneous speaking; Marvin Hash was a finalist in oratory. James Albro tied with Eastern Montana for second in Lincoln-Douglas one-man debate, a new event for debaters. In the final speech contest of the winter term, debaters William White, Merle DeVoe, Richard Brundage, and Gary Lacey competed in the 31st annual Tournament of Champions which was held on the Linfield College campus, McMinnville, Oregon. However, just a week before, Bill and Merle defated top debaters from Eastern Montana College of Education in a public debate on Western's campus; three judges rendered a unanimous decision in support of the negative defense. In competition with four hundred students representing 36 institutions in the Northwest and Pacific Coast areas, Western's representatives performed admirably at Linfield. Merle DeVoe took third in oratory; William White was one of six finalists in senior men's extemporaneous speaking. Gary Lacey, with a piano rendition of a Gershwin medley, won the first-place trophy in the annual talent show presented by the visiting speech students as a part of the tournament's activities. Forensic members, as they had done in previous years, presented programs for a number of service and civic organizations in Dillon and near-by communities. On several occasions members also entertained high school groups and held critiques to assist interested high school students with their plans for either establishing or strengthening respective speech programs. As the CHINOOK goes to press, Forensic speakers look forward to participation in the Montana Intercollegiate Forensic Tournament on April 14-15 and the annual TKA Tournament on April 27-29; both contests are scheduled to be held at Montana State University in Missoula. Plans for an invitational high school speech meet and for an all-college oratorical contest are being formulated as possible campus events in May, in addition to the Association's annual picnic and the banquet which will bring to a close the year's speech activities for the members. The enviable reputation that the Forensic Association has experienced during the 1960-61 year was partly the result of successes achieved by members at the Montana Intercollegiate Forensic Tournament held in Billings during the first weekend in April. Although Western was a close third in sweepstakes points, Merle DeVoe won the Montana State Oratory trophy by a unanimous decision of the judges, and as the Montana State Champion in oratory Merle brought back to the Western campus the highly coveted award which had only once before, in 1958-59, occupied a trophy case in the Student Union Building. Debaters Lowell Hayes and Joe Hughes won second in the state, and Diann Jones tied with the previous year's Montana champion in interpretative reading for third-place honors. Later in April loe Hughes was a finalist in interpretative reading at the Northwest Tau Kappa Alpha Tournament on the campus of Montana State University in Missoula. Lowell Hayes, president of the Forensic Association, was awarded the 1960 Forensic Sponsor's Gold Medal, the highest award within the Organization, for his untiring efforts in guiding the activities of the group and in bringing greater recognition to the Association and to Western Montana College. The WMCE Forensic Association's sponsor, Mr. Edward A. Cebull, has seen the Association membership grow from six to four times the number over the short span of three years. The group's excellent record of accomplishments points toward even higher goals set for the future. There is evidence enough to indicate that Western will continue to prepare its students by providing broader speech training through the Forensic Association.Standing, left to right: Mr. Cebull. Dick Brundage, Merle DeVoe, Gary Lacey. Bill White, Debaters off to the 31st Tournament of Champions—McMinnville, Oregon. DICK BRUNDAGE Dick brought home the first place trophy from the second annual Treasure State Speech Tournament, held at Montana State College, January 15 and 16. Merle DeVoe, Montana State Oratory Champion for 1960-61, brought this coveted trophy home from the State Tourney held in Billings. Man, Nature, and Materialism is the title of Merle's winning oration. MERLE DeVOE (82)The professional organization on campus for prospective teachers is the Student Education Association. The Western chapter has beon named the Sheldon E. Davis Chapter in honor of Dr. Davis. President Emeritus. S.E.A. gives prospective teachers an opportunity to participate in M.E.A. and N.E.A. activities. The members of S.E.A. are also student members of both ihe state and national organizations and receive the M.E.A. and N.E.A. magazines. Officers of the organization for the 1960-61 term include Ron Pfau, president; Darrell Vallance, vice president; Karen Bergum, secretary, and Connie Groomes, treasurer. Jeanette Rogers was appointed historian to prepare a scrapbook on the club's activities. Sponsor for the group is Mr. Walker. Among S.E.A. atcivities carried on this year have been panel discussions, lectures by guest speakers, first place with the homecoming float, and the writing of letters to make homecommg at Western a greater success. Active members in S.E.A. now receive a credit in education. A point system has been worked out with points given for attendance and participation in S.E.A. A letter can be earned in S.E.A. when an individual receives the required number of points. NEWMAN CLUB Left to right, first row: Judy Dolum. Colloon Algor, Mary Clair Cronin, Joan Sullivan. Mary Pat Bartholomew, Ron Pfau. Pat Carnoy, Agnes Rebish, Dr. J. Cumming. Second row: Leslio Linehart, Betty Strainieri, Cody Townsend. Alice Hilgers, Dorothy Gates, Cathy Carney, Shari Blakely. Carol Marlincau, Judy Moran. Third row: Tom Jones. Ken McLean, Jim Foust, Rich Correa, James Kolesar, Chuck Connelly, Jim Cavanaugh, T. J. Furshong, Bob Green. The Newman Club is the Catholic students' organization on the WMCE campus. It is affiliated with the National Newman Club Federation. Its purpose is to foster the intellectual, spiritual, and social needs of Western's Catholic students. The club meets twice a month for group discussion. Some of the activities sponsored this year by the Newman Club are: weekly discussion groups, the annual Mardi Gras, and the annual retreat spring quarter. A Newman Club bulletin board in the administration building carries spiritual pictures and tells of coming events. Officers of the Newman Club for the 1960-61 year are Ron Pfau, president; Pat Carnoy. vice president; Mary Pat Bartholomew, secretary-treasurer. Club chaplain is the Reverend Father Sullivan. Dr. Cumming is the club sponsor. (83)WESLEY Left to xiqht, first row: Tex Jtr chessault, Juneila Becker, Dot« | McBride. Robert Marchossault. Sr-ond row: Bonnie Dahlqren. Jui Bilant, Eddie Wright, Marler.e Ur dett. Jolono Bilant, Dick Fhri Third row: Joyce Terry, Jocia Sanders, Sally Webb, Mrs. Jus; Rev. 2. A. Jumper. The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist student group on campus. Meetings, consisting of a home-cooked meal and a program, were held every Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Activities throughout the year included attendance at the State Conference at Helena in February, formation of a deputation team, and a joint meeting with the School of Mines group. Work was begun Spring quarter on a combination parsonage and Wesley building located near the campus. In the future this building will accomodate eight Methodist college students. INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, a part of the international organization, has an active group here on Western's campus. Their main purpose is to promote a better understanding of basic Christianity through Bible study, prayer, informal discussions and regular meetings. Among their activities Intervarsity conducts two week-end retreats at the YMCA camp near Elliston where they meet with similar groups from Montana. Highlights of the retreats include Bible study, discussion, recreation and home-cooked meals. Intervarsity's projects this year were the float for Homecoming, saving stamps for mission, sending delegates to summer camp at Catalina Island and the annual Memorial Day picnic and outing. This year's officers are Wally Searcy, president; Sande White, vice president; Karen Bergum, secretary; Barbara Wor-ring. treasurer; and Mr. Ashford Kelley, sponsor. (84) Left to right, seated: Judy Greenheck; standing: Marvin Anderson. Mary Paul Berniece Skillman. Betty Wood. Karen Bergum. Wally Searcy. Sande White.WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE RODEO CLUB Left to right, first row: Shawn Davis. Irene Lewis. Don Puyear, Dr. J. Feathers, sponsor. Second row: Roy Foster, Gerald Jones, Joye Van Gilder, Linda Foote, Deane Cowan. Jim Giles. Larry Hodgson, Johnnie Burton. Third row: Bob Sawyer, Buz Cowdrey, Roy Turner, Wally Searcy. Dan Corcoran. Jerry Bausch. The Western Montana College Rodeo Club represents a fully approved college activity with an appointed faculty director. This group of students has enjoyed their fifth year of function with an ever-increasing agenda of events. The Rodeo Club is open to all members of the campus community, students, faculty, or non-academic personnel, who are vitally interested in the conservation, the interpretation, and the securing of just appreciation for contemporary Western culture and Western affairs. Officers for the past year were Shawn Davis, president; Don Puyear, vice president; Irene Lewis, treasurer, and Fern Hughes, secretary. Some of the affairs of the organization include Homecoming Parade float; club social hours, recreation and entertainment; assistance with Go Western Day and costuming; and intercollegiate rodeo competition in sports events traditional to the West. (85)CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITION RODEO TEAM THIRD IN NATION Left to right: Dr. Joe Feathers, Rocky Mountain Regional Director; Shawn Davis, third in the nation in bull riding; Roy Foster, club president for 1960; Buzz Cowdrey, champion bull rider at national finals; Bud Shuman, Wes Stoos and Cal Wearloy not pictured. Competition in one of the nation's fastest growing sports, the rodeo, was one of the features of the Western Montana College Rodeo Club. Western is a member of the American Collegiate Rodeo association and finished third in the nation for the 1960 season behind the University of Wyoming and Montana State College. Western scored 1734 points for the season to take third place by nosing out Utah State University. Nearly every institution of higher learning in the plains, mountain and plateau states now sponsors an intercollegiate rodeo team. The sport is characteristic of the region and builds confidence, spirit, pride, American citizenship, and genuine achievement in the students of the Western states. (86)NEWMAN CLUB MARDI GRAS On February 14, the Newman Club held its annual Mardi Gras. The many delightful and colorful costumes plus the joyous atmosphere put the spirit of lent in the hearts of all as they enjoyed a good time. (87)COLLEEN ALGER MARGARET HORNER SHIRLEY WEBB WHO'S WHO ? ■ ANN LaROOUE JOANN FEENEY SHARON GRIMES RAYE DUROCHER MARY CLAIRE CRONIN (88)AUTOGRAPHS This Page Sponsored By BECKTOLD CO.OUR COACHES Western Montana College is proud of its three coaches; Bill Straugh, George McCormick, and Frank Hoey. Their leadership has brought many laurels to our school in baseball, basketball, football, and track. Coach Bill Straugh led his team to an impressive 23-6 record in winning the MCC crown and N.A.I.A. berth at Kansas City this year. This is his ninth year in winning the M.C.C. crown, and it is his fifth journey to Kansas City. Coach Straugh is highly respected in basketball circles as he is one of the top 65 winning coaches in the nation. Left to right: George McCormick, Bill Straugh. Frank Hoey. Head football coach and track coach George McCormick led his football team to a record of 5 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties to finish second in the M.C.C. In his five years as football coach, his teams have always been highly re-s p e c t e d by conference foes. Frank Hoey, head baseball coach, won the M.C.C. crown his first year at Western, and his team placed second last season. Coach Hoey is also back-field coach under Coach McCormick. Mr. McCormick's track teams have thoroughly outclassed other M.C.C. opponents by winning four straight conference crowns in four years.1960 FOOTBALL SQUAD Front row, loft to rioht: W. Johnson, L. Rydberg, W. Musgrove, G. Heikkila, B. Donovan, P. Delger, M. Makrjs, K. Scally. J. Morstoin, B. Nielsen, J. Netz, B. Wright. Second row: B. Holgren, N. Fezzy, W. Deans, I. Gillespie, G. McMorris. B. Taylor, B. Goldie, G. McNeil, P. Scott, J. Miller, D. Sutherland. FT. Newbury. Third row: Coach McCormick, Coach Hoey, W. Lucoro, J. Barber, M. Murphy. J. Malletta. D. Meissner, G. Pace, J. Kirschner, B. Talbott, D. Mero, D. Menti, B. Deglow. B. Burk, F. Salmonsen, R. Cadieux. Fourth row: G. Harper, E. Wright, D. Cosgriffe. ALL CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM BEN GOLDIE 185 lb. center from Deer Lodge. Ben has played four years for the Bulldogs and was also a member of the 1958 allconference team. GLEN HARPER MITCH MAKRIS 200 lb. tackle from Salt Lake City. Utah. Mitch was outstanding on defense for the Bulldogs as well as playing an offensive position. 220 lb. tackle from Roundup. Glen is a Senior at Western and has completed his fourth football season for the Bulldogs. He has been a tackle on the allconference team for the last three years and is noted for his outstanding defensive work as well as holding down the offensive position. ALL CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM DON SUTHERLAND 175 lb. end from Kali-spell. Don specialized as an offensive blocker and pass receiver for the Bulldogs. PETE SCOTT 165 lb. halfback from Plains. This Senior did an outstanding job for the Bulldogs during the 1960 season by carrying the pigskin. (92)GENE McNEIL JIM BARBER BILL TAYLOR JIM MILLER MIKE MURPHY BERT DEGLOW JOE MORSTEIN BRIAN HOLGREN DAVE MEISSNER DON MERO DICK MENTI PAT DELGER (93 i JACK GILLESPIEWALT MUSGROVE ft FRED SALMONSEN JOE MALLETTA BUD TALBOT HANK ELLIOTT RICK CADIEUX BOB NEILSEN BOB BURKE NICK FEZZY GLEN WRIGHT JIM NETZ BUTCH DONOVAN GERRY HEIKK1LA GARRY PACE (94)1960 FOOTBALL I. Western Montana College overwhelmed Ricks College 19 to 6 in a non-conference clash. Fullback Mike Murphy scampered 32 yards for the first touchdown. Halfback Joe Morstein slammed over from the one for Western's second score. Jim Miller pulled a quarterback sneak from the one yard line for the final T.D. II. Bulldogs battle Idaho State JV's for a 6-6 tie game. Western's team as a whole stood out on defensive play. On the line Mitch Makris, Glen Harper, Ken Scally and Pat Delger were continuous thorns in the Idaho State offensive play. III. Western Montana College Bulldogs defeated the Eastern Yel-lowjackets 7-0 in an old-time rock and sock defensive battle. Western scored when the Bulldog's star fullback, Mike Murphy, recovered a fumble and ran 50 yards to the Eastern 5. Three plays later Murphy went in for the score. Tops on defense were Glen Harper, Gene McNeil and Bill Taylor. IV. The Bulldogs tramped the Lights of Northern 47-6 at Western's annual Homecoming event. Western's backfield was too fast for the Northern team. Western's two tackles, Glen Harper and Mitch Makris, were highlights on the center of the line. V. Rocky upsets Western 7-0. Don Mero was a bright light on the Bulldog team with his continual ''up the middle" plunges and "off tackle bursts." VII. The Bulldogs end conference play by trampling the Mines 40-0. The Western Bulldogs brought their 1960 conference football action to an end as they easily trampled the Montana School of Mines. VI. The Saints edge Western 14-13. Jim Miller passed to Don Sutherland for the first Western score. Jim Miller scored on a keeper play for the second tally. VIII. Western ties the talented Westminister Parsons 13-13. The line played a major role both on offensive and defensive. (95)1960-1961 ROUNDBALL SEASON Left to riqht: Dave Hilger, Gerald Jones. Jack Anderson, Bill Cox, Jorry Selvig, Mike McQuirk, Maier Miller, Cocil Warren, Ken Jenkins, Allan Hopper, Richard Silzly, Frank Cabbaae. RECORD Western's 9-1 conference record was tops to take the M.C.C. crown and give them a chance to play in the N.A.I.A. tournament held at Dillon, Montana. Western won the N.A.I.A. tournament by winning two games against the College of Idaho, and thus, earning a trip to Kansas City. TEAM AS A WHOLE As a whole, Western made 851 field goals for a fine shooting percentage of 44.2. They made 642 free throws for a good percentage of 70.6. Their total points for 29 games was 2344 or an average of 80.8 points per game.THE PLAYERS Maier Miller, junior, guard from Big Timber, netted 308 points for a 10.6 average. Miller's ability to clear the boards and his skill at handling the ball makes him one of the top guards in the conference. Ken Jenkins, junior, forward from Belgrade, closed out a successful season scoring 398 in 29 games for a 13.7 average. He grabbed 211 rebounds to finish second in that department. Mike McQuirk, sophomore, center from Great Falls, swished through 319 points in 29 games for a 11.0 average. McQuirk was top rebounder for the Bulldogs with 305. He was the third Western man to be placed on the all-conference team. Cecil Warren, junior, forward from Liberty, Missouri, compiled 433 points in 29 games for a 14.9 average. His scoring was tops for the Bulldogs. For his outstanding playing he was picked for a position on the M.C.C. all-conference team. Jerry Selvig, junior, guard from Thompson Falls, garnered 402 points in 29 games for a 13.9 average. Jerry's 31 points against Eastern was the top individual score for one game for the Bulldogs. Jerry earned a spot on the M.C.C. all-conference team. (97)THE PLAYERS Dave Hilger, freshman, guard from Dillon, performed well in his first year at Western, scoring 172 points. He is the smallest member of the team. Alan Hopper, junior, center from Three Forks contributed much with his 71% shooting average from the field. Hopper very capably filled in center position when needed. Gerald Jones, sophomore transfer from Utah State, a reserve guard, showed up well in scoring 113 points. Jack Anderson, freshman from Power, seeing limited action, showed much promise in depth for the team next year. Richard S i 1 z 1 y, freshman from Anaconda, is another one of Western's top prospects for a forward position on next year's team. Bill Cox, freshman from Outlook and tallest man on Western's team, shows promise to fill a position on the team next year. (98)SCHEDULE STATISTICS NAME TOTAL POINTS REBOUNDS lenkins 398 211 Warren 433 135 Selvig 402 121 Miller 308 154 McOuirk 319 305 Hilger 172 50 lones 113 55 Hopper 80 76 Silzily 42 25 Anderson 25 18 Cox ....... 20 25 WESTERN OPPONENTS Western-Ricks............ Ill 71 Westem-Westminster ....... 70 81 Westem-Westminster ........ 65 78 Western-Northern .......... 87 69 Western-Northern ......... 72 58 Western-Carroll ........... 86 68 Western-Ricks.............. 80 55 Westem-Seattle ............ 84 89 Westem-Seattle ............ 69 62 Western-Rocky Mtn.......... 75 54 Western-Eastern............ 73 81 Westem-NWN................ 99 72 Western-College of Idaho .... 74 62 Westem-Westminster ....... 78 79 Westem-Westminster ........ 77 55 Western-Mines .......... 95 49 Western-Northern ......... 72 53 Western-Rocky Mtn. ...... 71 64 Western-Eastern ......... 87 91 Western-Mines .......... 86 61 Westem-NWN................ 76 70 Westem-NWN............... 73 64 Western-Eastern ......... 89 75 Western-Northern ......... 67 58 Western-Carroll -------- 83 78 Western-Rocky Mtn. .... 104 72 Western-Carroll -------- 84 67 Western-College of Idaho.... 82 67 Western-College of Idaho .... 75 60 —Conference games.CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Sandy Armstrong. Lynda Powell, Gail Scheiffele. Trudy Schopfer, Lorna Wearley. iiHmmmmi (100)WESTERN'S "M" CLUB Seated, left to right: Larry Dunlap, John Harrington, Pete Scott. Don Mero. Dick Menti, Jack Gillespie. Standing, second row: Coach George McCormick, Jim Barjoe Malletta, Coach Bill Straugh. Third row: Jim Miller, Joe Slovacek. Darrell Vallance. Allan Hopper, Jerry Selvig, Maier Miller, Ed Wright. Russ Black, her, Pat Delgor, Joe Morstein. Jerry Bennett, Bert Deglow,Larry Kieckbusch, Cecil Warren. The "M" Club is the men's athletic organization on Western's campus. To belong one must earn a letter in one of the following four major sports: football, basketball, track, or baseball. One must also participate in the initiation in the spring. The “M" Club also is very proud to have the opportunity of selecting the candidates for Homecoming Queen, sponsoring the Homecoming dance, building a float, participating in Vodvil, and whitewashing the ”M" during "M" Day in the spring. All of these activities make the "M" Club one of the most active organizations on campus. The officers for 1960-61 are Cecil Warren, president; Pete Scott, vice president; Maier Miller, secretary-treasurer. The sponsors are coaches Bill Straugh and George McCormick.■» y. THE WHIPS Left to right, standing: Don Sutherland, Russ Black. Bill Taylor, Joe Morstein, Mitch Makris. Kneeling: Jim Barber. Pat Delger. TEEPEE CREEPERS Left to right, standing: Larry McKinney, Neil Kent. Bill Fowler. Darrell Vallance, Ed Nicholson. Kneeling: Jerry Bennett, Clair Bradshaw. STRAPS Left to right, standing: Larry Adams. Ron Adams, Gary McLees, Bill Rowe. Ken Scally. Russ Fisk. (102)1960-61 INTRAMURAL RASKETBALL The 1960 61 intramural basketball season was one of the best yet. This season's program was expanded to an all time high of 18 teams involving nearly 160 players. The field was divided into two leagues with 9 teams in each. A pre-season tourney determines what teams will be in each league. Intramural teams sport many high school stars from all over Montana. The rivalry between players and teams is keen and provides fun and excitement for everyone. Coach McCormick's officiating class was in charge of working the games. BLACK DIVISION STANDINGS 'Untouchables.................... 7-1 'Teepee Creepers ............. 6-2 'Hoopsters 5-3 'Bullpups 5-3 'Straps 5-3 'Whips 5-3 Dukes 2-6 Fetchems 1-7 Flubs 0-8 ORANGE DIVISION STANDINGS B.A. Rats ........ 8-0 Chads No. 1 7-1 Knobbers 6-2 Rebels 5-3 Dunker Devils .. 3-5 Unholy Seven 3-5 Chads No. 2 2-6 Mighty Midgets 2-6 Lumberjacks 0-8 —Tourney Entrants For the post-season tourney six teams were selected from the Black Division and two from the Orange Division, the Black Division being the stronger league. The tournament was won by the Whips over the Straps. For third place Jerry Bennet's Teepee Creepers were victorious over the B.A. Rats. In single elimination play the Untouchables, Bullpups, Hoopsters, and Chads No. 1 were eliminated. Much credit must be given the basketball officiating class under the direction of Coach George McCormick, who did a fine job in working each game in the intramural program.FLUBS Left to right: T. J. Furshong, Dean Stroh, Harvey Burns, Earl Sager, Charles McCarthy. THE UNTOUCHABLES Left to right, back row: Phil Pomeroy, Dave Meissner. Front row: Ward Scof-field, Larry Kiockbusch, Ron Scott. BULLPUPS Left to right: George Delaney, Roy Niowohner, Dick Jonasen, Jack Gillespie, Alvin Ronneberg, Joe Malletta. B. A. RATS Hugh Ouellette, Glen Sheron, Dean Stroh. Bill Donovan, Bob Nielsen. ( 104)Left to right, first row: Coach Frank Hoey, Ed Nicholson, Duane Irwin, Russell Thompson, Joe Slovacek, Cecil Warren. Second row: Larry McKinney, Mick Harrington, Ron Adams, Phil Pomeroy, Bert Deglow. Western's baseball team sported a respectable 6-6 record in a successful season, taking second behind the School of Mines in the Montana Collegiate Conference. Western added Montana State University to their schedule for the first time. Western's pitcher, Ed Nicholson, turned in the best performance of the season holding the Montana Grizzlies to two infield hits despite a 3-2 loss. Baseball coach Frank Hoey in his two seasons of coaching deserves much praise in winning the championship in 1958 and placing second in the conference last season. ( 105TRACK CHAMPIONS OF 1960 Left to right, front row: Pete Scott, loo Malletta. Phil Robinson. Larry Varland, Dick Menti. Lance Olson, Jim Barbor. Middle row: Don Nau. Larry Dunlap. Dick Cosgrtffe, Frank Cabbage. Bill Taylor, Jorry Kirsch-ner. Back row: Larry Kieckbusch, Cecil Warren, Eddie Wright. Maier Miller. Darrell Vallance, Jerry Selvig. 1960 TRACK I. Western Montana College won from Ricks College of Idaho 72Vi to 52Vi. Frank Cabbage, Western sophomore, hurled the javelin 194 feet to shatter the old record of 187 ft. 7V2 in. Maier Miller, another sophomore, jumped 6 feet 3 inches breaking the old record of 6 feet 1 Vz inches. II. Grizzlies defeat Bulldogs at Missoula 88 to 43. III. Montana State College captured nine first places to edge the Bulldogs 65 to 591 2 at the annual Montana State College Invitational Track Meet. Jerry Selvig broke the javelin record for the Western Bulldogs with a throw of 197 feet 5 inches. IV. Western Montana College successfully defended its NAIA District 5 track field title scoring 88V2 points, more than the other four schools in the meet combined. Several Western participants broke existing track and field records (Jerry Bennett broke the pole vault record with 11 feet 10 inches; Frank Cabbage threw the javelin 207 feet 8 inches; Phil Robinson broke the 100 yd. dash in 9 minutes 9 seconds; and Dick Cosgriffe ran the two mile in 11 minutes 9.5 seconds). Western's speedy relay team, pictured on the following page, broke the mile-relay record by running the mile in 3 minutes 32.4 seconds. V. Western Montana College outran and outjumped all other entries in the Montana Collegiate Conference Track Meet in Butte. The Bulldogs scored a total of 97! 2 points while the second place team scored only 20 Vi points. Frank Cabbage broke the conference javelin record with a toss of 205 feet 9 inches, and Jerry Bennett broke the pole vault record with a jump of 12 feet 6 inches. Western's three graduating seniors performed well for the Western Bulldogs. In the conference meet Larry Varland won the 220, the broad jump, and was a member of the winning relay team. Phil Robinson, also a member of the winning relay team, won the 100 yard and placed third in the 220. Jack Dunlap placed third in the discus throw. ( 106)WINNING RELAY TEAM To add to the glory of Western this speedy relay team of Phil Robinson, Larry Varland, Bill Taylor, and Jerry Selvig broke the 880 relay record in the NAIA meet and won the 880 in the conference meet. NATIONALS BOUND Coach George McCormick and three Western athletes, Frank Cabbage, Larry Varland and Phil Robinson, attended the National Meet at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Even though it was an Olympic year with lots of competition on hand, Frank Cabbage threw the javelin 211 feet, 2Vi inches to place fifth in the meet. 1961 TRACK Western, even with the loss of several good lettermen, has a fair chance of retaining its title as conference champions. Also, during the 1961 season the Bulldogs will have the help of several outstanding freshmen. ( 107PEMM CLUB PEMM CLUB, Physical Education major-minor club, was organized during fall quarter on campus to promote women's physical education activities. It is hoped that eventually through the club, membership in Delta Psi Kappa, national women's physical education honorary, will be gained. Officers for the 1960-61 school term include: Erma Desjardins, pesident; Betty Theil, vice president; Shirley Webb, secretary; and Jude Kelly, treasurer. Left to right: Sandra Hungerford. Shirley Webb, Leona V ilbur, Jean Crooker. Betty Thiel, Agnes Beb;sh, Myrle Claussen. Back row — Charlotte Burch, Saundra Matson, Carol Lemon, Carol Schoonover, Bor.n:e Beck, Judo Kelly, Tonya Gustafson. Erma Dosjardins. SPORTS BOARD SPORTS BOARD is the governing group of the women's recreation activities. It is composed of one representative from each athletic organization. These are as follows: Suzie Litel, Drill Team; Charlotte Burch, Tumbleairs; Erma Despardins. PEMM Club; Agnes Rebich, WRA; and Miss Warcup, women's athletic director. Left to right: Erma Dosjardins. Agnes Robish. Back row Charolite Burch, Suzanne Litel. Tym Stocks, Lynda Powell, Betty Thiel. Seated at desk—Mis Patricia Warcup. (108)DRILL TEAM Front row—Dorothy Thompson, Barbara Barker, Mary Clair Cronin, Bonnie Beck, Saundra Matson. Lynda Powell. Raye Durocher, Sandra Hungerford, Judy Moran. Back row—Suzanne Litel, Colleen Alger. Betty Wood, Shirley Webb, Judy Dolum, Leslie Linehart, Carol Schoonover, Tonya Gustafson. Recently formed on the campus at Western is a precision marching group known as the WMCE Drill Team. Under the direction of Miss Patricia Warcup and the leadership of Suzi Litel this group commanded the attention of all the spectators at such games as "Go Western" and Western vs. Carroll College. TUMBLEAIRS Left to right. Hank Elliott, Jerry Kirschner, Tym Stocks, Lynda Powell, Charlotte Burch. Tumbleairs is a comparatively new organization on Western's campus. It was formed under the direction of Dick Brund-age after he studied rebound tumbling at a clinic held at Montana State University. This enthusiastic group of students has been responsible for entertainment during the half-times at basketball games and have performed in various cities in Montana. Coty Townsend, Sharon Hersog, Tym Stocks, Linda Powell, Charolette "Sam" Burch, and Sandy Armstrong added the feminine touch to each performance. Basic fundamental and advanced skills were demonstrated by the following: Joe Morstein, Mike Murphy, Hank Elliott, and Dick Brundage; while Mitch Makris and Jerry Kirschner added to half-time entertainment various clown routines. The students expressed their interest by their participation in this new form of gymnastic on campus. (109)WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION WRA, the title changed from WAA, is the organization which provides recreation for the women student body. The activity which is of primary interest to this group is "sports night" each Monday from 7:00 through 9:00. This included volleyball and basketball winter quarter, and softball spring quarter. Such noted activities on campus, as the Sadie Hawkins Dance, and the sale of emblem sweatshirts to the entire student body, are sponsored by WRA. An annual recreation day and an award banquet are held during spring quarter. All these activities are under the able direction of Miss Patricia Warcup.(Ill)(113)( HI )- (115)( 116)ADVERTISING SPONSORSADVERTISING DIRECTORY BUTTE Anaconda Company.................................................... 133 Bill's Men's Shop................................................... 121 Hennessy's 121 Interstate Lumber Company________ 132 Metals Bank and Trust Company 138 Montana Hardware Company 132 Nate Morgan Jewelry ................................................ 121 Prudential Federal Savings and Loan Association ................... 121 Shiners 121 Treasure State Sporting Goods.................................... 138 W. P. 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Washington Street Approved Sanitone Service Choice of the Particular Folks Free Pickup and Delivery It Pays to Play RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT TREASURE STATE SPORTING GOODS 22 East Park Street BUTTE 138)PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. E. D. EVANS DENTIST Phone MU 3-4491 DR. W. E. MONGER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone MU 3-4421 STEWART BURWELL SPECIAL AGENT THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Phone MU 3-2727 DR. W. J. ROMERS DENTIST Phone MU 3-2671 DR. G. W. SMITH DENTIST Office Phone MU 3-2902 DR. R. J. ENGLISH DR. J. C. LINDUSKA OPTOMETRIST DENTIST Phone MU 3-2611 Phone MU 3-2861 Beaverhead Clinic Building Morse and Idaho Street SCHULZ AND DAVIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW Dillon, Montana DR. J. W. HILTBRAND CHIROPRACTOR Phone 683-5351 116 S. Idaho Street Dillon, Montana (139)STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1899 DILLON, MONTANA ★ Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation1961 CHINOOK INDEX Adams. Charles Ronald Adams. Larry Paul ...... Albro, James L.........— Alger, Colleen ......... Alley, Dan------------- .22. 102. 105 ......21, 102. ............22 ________41. 83 ____________.41 Burke. Dan ..51 Burke. Judy ---------------------------------------- 51 Burns, Harvey ---------------------------------- 22. 104 Cabbage, Frank _________________________ 42. 96. 106. 107 Anderson, Jack ........—. Anderson. Marvin ....... Armstrong, Jeri Lou .... Armstrong, Sandra Arvish, Jo Ann ..... Ashcraft, Larry Atkins, Linda _ Atkins, Nathalie ....41. 69. 96. 98 ............. -..84 ____________41, 63 41. 61. 63. 100 ____________41 ...........—51 ___________41 _______41, 66 Cadieux, Richard ------------------------------------ 51 Cain, Olive___________________________________________ 42 Callahan. Elizabeth --------------------------------- 22 Campbell, Bonnie_______________________________________52 Campbell, Harold...................................... 33 Ayers. Mildred -------------------------------------- 22 Ayres. Howard Joseph -------------------------------41, 80 Bacon, Mary-------------------------------------- 51 Bajovich, Arlene _____________________________________ 76 Baker, Clarence --------------------------------------- 22 Barber, James_____________________________________102, 106 Carbis, Howard M----------------------------------- 52, 76 Carbis, M. Marlene ....-_________________ _22, 66. 76, 78 Carney, Cathy _________________________________ 52. 69, 83 Carney, Pat _______________________________________ 33. 83 Carpita, Ed .......—----------------------------------- 52 Cavanaugh, James-------------------------------------- 83 Challeen, Nancy--------------------------------------- 52 Chapin, Les-------------------------------------------- 42 Cherry. Sydna-------------------------------------------42 Barker, Barbara-------------------------------------------41 Barnier, Loran ---------------------------------------- 51 Barone. Anton ________________________________________51. 73 Bartch, Josephine-----------------------------------------22 Bartlett. Marion------------------------------------- 22, 76 Bartholomew. Mary Pat-------------------------------------41. 83 Childs. E. Lavon ... Christensen. Janet Christie, Ann______ Christman, Peggy Chriswell, Phil ... Clark, Allen_______ Claussen, Gerald . ..23 ...33 42. 69 ____52 _____23 .23, 66 _____23 Beck, Bonnie - 51, 69. 71 23 Becker, Junella 41, 84 .. 23 Bennett, Gerald 33. 66, 67. 69. 102 Coad, Richard 52 Bergum, Karen 41. 63. 69. 84 42 Bieri, Ann 41 52 69 Bilant, Jolene 9. 33. 63.84 42 Bilant, Judy 51, 76. 78. 84 Connelly. Chuck 42. 83 Black, Russell . —102 42 Blakely, M. Sharon 41. 66. 83 52 41 23 Blixt, Roy 23 Boehme, Doug 9. 33 42 Boetticher, Verla 42, 69 10, 40, 42 83 Bouma, Mary Ellen 9, 33. 69, 71. 73 85 Bowden. Bonita 51 106 Braach, Jerry Cottom, Robert 52 Bradshaw. Clair------------------------------------102 Broad bent. Sandy----------------------------------- 33 Brown, Kizzie_______________________________________ 22 Brown. Ronda___________________________ 42, 63, 73, 80 Brown, William__________________________________________51 Brundage, Richard ______________________________33, 80, 82 Brunzell, Marie________________________________________ 51 Buckmaster, Louis_______________________________________22 Cowan, Deane_____________________________________42. 85 Cowdrey, Marvin----------------------------- 33, 85, 86 Cox. William —___________________________ 52, 96, 98 Creaser, Russell-------------------------------------23 Crooker, Jean____________________________________ ...52 Bull, Fred__________________________________________________42 Burch, Charlotte ____________________________________108, 109 Burgess, James_____________________________________________51 Burk, Robert________________________________________________51 Cronin, Mary Clair Crowley, Sariann _ Crum, Gwendolyn . Cruson, Gary----- Dahl, Clarence .. —.42, 83 —.43. 69 ______33 ______43 ______43 Dahlgren, Bonnie .. Daniels, Karen ____ ________________52. 84 _____________________52 (Ml1961 CHINOOK INDEX Davenport. Richard-----------------------------------------24 Davis, Ramona----------------------------------------------24 Davis, Shawn______________________________________________85, 86 Deglow, Bert------------------------------------------34, 105 Delaney. George---------------------------------------43. 104 Delger, Pat-------------------------------------------43. 102 Desjardins, Erma-------------------------------9. 34. 63. 108 DeVoe. Merle_______________________________________34. 80, 82 DeVries, David---------------------------------------------24 Dolum, Judith--------------------------------------- 52. 83 Donovan. William--------------------------------------53. 104 Duke, Willard______________________________________________53 Duncan, Jane----------------------------------------------43, 63 Dunlap, Larry______________________________________________9. 34 Dunn, Patti------------------------------------------------43 Durocher, Raye--------------------------------------------53. 69 Duval, Pat-------------------------------------------------34 Eccleston, Brenda-----------------------------------------34, 63 Egedahl. Ray_______________________________________________43 Elliott. Carol Sue----------------------------------------53. 69 Elliott. Henry----------------------------------------53. 109 Ellis. Carla_______________________________________________43 Else. Donna------------------------------------------------53 Erchul, Jay------------------------------------------------43 Erdie, John Jay--------------------------------------------43 Erdie, Thomas----------------------------------------------53 Erickson. Barbara------------------------------------------53 Fangsrud, Armand-------------------------------------------43 Raymond, Pat Farrell_______________________________________53 Favero, James----------------------------------------------43 Favero. Linea----------------------------------------------53 Feeney, Jo Ann_____________________________________________9. 34 Fezzey, Nick_______________________________________________53 Fisk. Russell_________________________________________21. 102 Foote, Linda______________________________________________53, 85 Foreman, Ann_______________________________________ 43. 73 Foster. Roy_______________________________________________85. 86 Foust, James-----------------------------------------------53, 83 Fowler, Margaret-------------------------------------------24 Fowler, William-------------------------------------------102 Fox, Charles M.________________________________________ ...24 Frankovicb. Judie------------------------------------------53 Frantzich, La Vern_________________________________________24 Fredrickson. Marie_________________________________________43 Friend, Anne_______________________________________________43 Frisbie, George-------------------------------------------53, 84 Furshong, Ted 83. 104 Gates, Dorothy____________________________________________44, 83 Gatti, Dario_______________________________________________24 Genty. Thomas----------------------------------------------24, 78 Giles, James----------------------------------------------44, 85 Gillespie, Jack----------------------------------------44, 104 Gilliland. Barbara-----------------------------------------53 Gillin, G. William_________________________________________24. 67 Glick, Joe__________________________________________________54 ( 142) Goeldner, Peter___ Goldie, Ben________ Gover, Gary ------- Green. Robert______ Greenheck, Judy ... Grimes, Sharon .— Groomes, Veronica Gustafson, Tonya Hanby, Richard----- Hannon. Gary_______ Harper, Glen_______ Harrington, John Harris, Georgia---- Hart, Janice_______ Hash. John_________ Hash, Marvin ------ Hay, Barbara_______ Hayes, Karolyn — ------------------24 -------------34. 92 __________________54 _____________44. 83 .44. 63, 69. 71, 84 ---------44. 63. 69 ......._54, 73. 76 _____________54. 76 --------------9. 34 ------------34 _______61, 92 —35, 66. 105 _______44. 63 ___44, 61. 63 ___________24 _______35. 80 -----------54 .44 Henderson, Thomas 44 Herbolich. Bill 54 Herzog, Sharon 44, 63 10, 50. 54. 96, 98 Hilgers, Alice 44, 83 Hodge, Marlene 44 Hodgson, Larry 54. 85 Hollahan, Gary 54 Hollopeter, Martha 54 Hopper, Allan 35. 96. 98 44. 63 Homer, Margaret 54 Hoye, Sally ______ Hughes, Fern______ Hull. Richard _____ Hungerford, Sandy Hunter, Shirley ... Hunting, Elizabeth Irwin, Duane Ivins, Gary .... Jenkins, Carol Jenkins, Ken „ ____54 ....54 ____25 54. 76 ____55 ____44 .105 .44 .45, 63 35. 96. 97 Jenkin, Thomas--------------------------------------------54, 69 Johnson, Willard Jonasen. Richard Jones, Bernard _. Jones, Diann Jones, Gerald Jones, Helen _ Jones. Tom — Jones, Karen .. Joros. George Jumper, Gene Jumper, Jane . Keef, Jim______ __________55 -40, 45. 104 __________55 .45. 69 .45. 85. 96. 98 _______________ 45 .45, 83 -----35 ________25 _______25 Kehoe, Andrew ___25, 78 ______25 ______551961 CHINOOK INDEX .45 .55 .45 Kendall, Ron-------------l_________________________ Kelly, Jude --------------------------------------- Kelly. William_____________________________________ Kennedy, Mike------------------------------------------- 25 Kent, Neil______________________________________________102 Kibbee, Jesse--------------------------------------------35 Kieckbusch, Janice --------------------- —........ 35. 68 Kieckbusch, Larry ........................... 35, 104, 106 King, Dan________________________________________________55 King, Dan C.______________________________________ Kirschner, Gerald ....................... 35, 106, 109 Kolesar, James ------------------------------------- 24, 83 Kovick, Ronald --------------------------------------55, 80 Lacey. Gary ----------------------------------- 45. 70, 82 Lacey. Michael__________________________________________ 69 LaFlesch, Lewy__________________________________________ 55 Laird, Fred, Jr.______________________________________24, 71 Lake. David---------------------------------------- 45, 80 Lai, Brij______________________________________________ 35 Lane, Marvin __________________________________________ 55 Lane, Ron —------------------------------------------- 55 ______________________________________ 55 -------------------------------------- 55 LaRoque, Ann Larson, Bill . Larson, Jim___ .. 45 _25 Lavelle, Kathleen Lavinder, Frank....................................... 55 Lee, Patti Lemon, Carol ... Lenarz, Chris _ Lester, David ... Lewis, Irene — Lindquist, Jean Linehart, Leslie Litel, Suzanne . Loggins, T. Gary ... Long, John--------- Love, Larry________ Lucero, Walter ---- Lundell, Marlene___ Lundstrom, George Lynch, Robert------ Lyons, John-------- 55 _______________55. 69 ____________________55 _______________45. 80 _______________56, 85 _______________45. 71 _______________56. 83 ______________56. 108 ____________________25 .J__________________56 ____________________45 _______________56. 69 _______26. 66. 67. 84 ___________________26 ____________________45 __________________26 ___________________56 ____________________56 92. 102 MacDonald, Levina______________________________ Maddox, Larry --------------------------------- Makris, Mitchell------------------------------- Malletta, Joe_____________________________40. 45. 104, 106 Malmo, John______________________________________ „.26 Malyovac, Robert —-------------------------------------- 46 Maricich, Mary C. ---------------------------------- 36 Marsillo, Sam--------------------------------------------46 Martin. Carol____________________________26. 64. 67, 70. 71 Martineau, Carol---------------------- —.............46. 83 Martinsen, Sandy______________________________9, 10. 36. 63 Masolo, Joe__________________________________________50, 56 Mattson, Saundra........................................ 56 Matuk. Riyad.............. McAlpin, Edward----------- McBride. Dorothy---------- McCarthy, Charles ........ McCarthy. J. Leo ........— McDaniel, Don ............ McKenzie, Joyce ----------- McKinney. Larry ---------- McLean, Ken--------------- McLees, Gary-------------- McMannis. W. Gay —........ McNeil. Ardis_____________ McNeil, Gene ............ McQuirk, Mike ------------ Meissner. Dave ------------ Menti, Dick ............... Mero, Don ----------------- Meskimen. Darrell -------- Michelotti. Lois ---------- Middlemas. Dave .......... Mihelic, Cathy------------- Miller, Jim --------------- Miller, Lorene —........... Miller, Maier______________ Monson, John, Jr.---------- Moore, Donna............... Moore, Jo Ann ............ Moran. Judy _______________ Moriarity, John------------ Morrison, Russell__________ Morstein, Joe ............. Murrish, Judy-------------- Musgrove, Walter___________ Nelson, Gloria ------------ Nelson, Nancy ............. Neville, Darlene _________ Nicholson, Ed------------- Nielsen, Robert __________ Nordquisl, Caryl__________ North, Steve _____________ Nydam, A. Lorean.......... Nye, Raymond______________ O'Brien, Karen ------------ Olson, Martha-------------- Ording. Gloria ____________ Ouelette, Hugh------------- Owings, Rich ______________ Pace, Garry--------------- Palmer. Margaret ......... Parsons, Marilyn --------- Passmore, John____________ Paullin, Mary ------------ Pearson. John_____________ Peterson, Bill------------ Pfau, Ron_________________ ______________________26 ______________________46 __________________46. 84 ________________ 46, 104 ______________________26 ______________________26 __________________46. 69 _______________102, 105 __________________36. 83 _____________________102 ______________________36 ______________________26 ______________________21 _____________69. 96. 97 ........... 36. 65, 104 _________________46. 106 ______________9. 36. 65 _____________________26 ______________9. 36. 63 __________________56. 69 ______________________36 _____________________26 __________________56. 76 ________36. 96. 97. 106 ______________________27 ______________________46 _________________46. 63 __________________56. 83 ______________________27 —9. 36. 67. 69. 71. 76 _________________36. 102 ............ 56. 69. 71 ----------------------56 ______________________46 ----------------------56 __________________56. 70 ---------------102. 105 -----------------57. 104 ----------------------37 ------------------46. 69 ----------------------37 --------------------- 57 ----------------------46 ----------------------27 ----------------------46 -----------------57. 104 ----------------------37 ----------------------57 ------------------46. 63 ----------------------46 ------------------47. 80 ------------------47. 84 ______________________47 ------------------37. 69 _______________9. 37. 831961 CHINOOK INDEX Phillips. J. Ray ......................................27, 64 Pomeroy, Phil ............................. 47, 80. 104, 105 Powoll, Coral .............................................57 Powell, Lynda ...................-..........47, 61, 100, 109 Powers. John .................................-............27 Pozega. Rich ............._.............................. 47 Puyear, Don ..................... - —...............—37, 85 Ralston. Bertha....................-......—............—57 Reardon, Franki ......................................-....27 Rebish, Agnes .......................... 27, 66, 83. 108 Reilly. Donald J....................................... 47 Richardson, Ted ......................................47, 69 Riggs, Nancy .............................................21 Robinson. Phil .......................... -..........106, 107 Rogers, Jeanette ................................. 47, 76, 78 Rollman. Darold ......................................27. 65 Ronneborg. Alvin —....................................47, 104 Roper, Irene ...................-........................ 47 Rosencrans, Ena ....................-......................27 Roth, Jim ......................—...........................- -.37 Rowe. Bill ......................................... 21. 102 Rydberg, Leon ............................................57 Saari. Marilyn .......................................... 57 Sager. Earl .................................... 9. 37, 104 Sanders, Joanne ............................ 57, 69. 70, 84 Sawyer, Bob ..........................................37, 85 Scally. Ken ________________________________________ 21, 102 Scheiffele. Gail ____________________________________ 57. 100 Schimpf, Phyllis ............................................57 Schoonover, Carol ....................... -.................57 Schopfer. Trudy.......................................57, 100 Scoffield, Ward ______________________________________ 47. 104 Scott. Dan ....................................... 27, 65, 78 Scott, Ron ............„...—.........................„57, 104 Scott. Pete ....... ............... 10. 20. 27, 64. 92. 106 Searcy, Walter ....................................28, 84, 85 Seifert. Evelyn ........................ -..................57 Selvig. Jerry ..........................64, 96. 97. 106, 107 Sharp, Sam ................................................_... 28 Sheron, Glen............................................ 104 Shugrue. Steve .......—................ ................. 28 Sibley, Helen ......—......„................................ 57 Silzly, Harold ..........—...................................28 Silzly. Richard ............................ 50. 58, 96, 98 Simon, Duane ....................................... 47, 69 Skarland, Andy .......................................... 58 Skillman. Berniece ...................’................58, 84 Skubitz. Ed ______________________________________ — 47 Slovacok, Joo ..............................................105 Smith. Sally ...................... .......................47 Smith, Walter F........................................... 28 Spevac. Ken ....................—............................58 Staton, Lois .................-............. ..............37 —9, 38, 66. 67. 68. 73 .48 Steadman, Richard Stephens, George .... Stillings, Floral ... Stocks, Tym Stranieri, Betty Stroh, Dean .... Stroup, Mitzi ...........................28, 66. 67, 73. 76, 78 Sturdevant. Jean ...................................... 38. 76 Sullivan, Georgeann __________________________ 20, 28, 63. 73 28, 63. 64. 66. 76 .. 40, 48. 63. 109 __________58. 83 .9. 38. 66. 104 Sullivan, John .... Sullivan, Joan ... Sutherland, Don Swan, Ryan — Talcott. Joanne .. Taylor, Bill Taylor, John Terry, Joyce Thiel, Betty . 48 ..........48. 83 ........._92. 102 -.............28 _______48. 63. 72 38. 102, 106, 107 ___________j_...28 _______48. 80. 84 _____________ 28 Thomas. Donna ........................................ 58 Thompson, Dot ......................................... 58 Thompson, Ellis O.................................... 48 Thompson, Marshall __________________________________ 48 Topley, Charles ---- Townsend. Cody ..... Truckner, Mary Ellen Truckner, Ruth ----- Turner, Roy........... ____________ 29 _____48, 63. 83 _____________58 .............58 _____________85 Tushaus. Herman ---------------------- 10, 29, 64, 66 Tysdal, Russell ------------------------------------- 58 Underwood, Loretta---------------------10, 29, 63, 66, 67 Vallance, Darrell_________________9. 10. 32. 38. 102. 106 Van Gilder, Joye ........................... 48, 76, 85 Vicevich, Louis.................................. 29 Vucasovich. Georgiana _____________________________ 48. 73 Walker, Richard .f_____________________________________ 58 Warren. Cecil ____________________32. 38. 96, 97. 105. 106 Wearley, Cal ___________________________L______10, 20. 29 Wearley, Lorna .—............................— 9, 38, 63, 100 Webb. Sally . 9, 10, 32. 38. 63. 84 Webb. Shirley................................... 58, 65 Webber, Shirley .............. —..........—58, 69, 70 Wenger, Richard----------------------------------- 48 West. Albert ------------------------------------- 29 White. Sande _______________________48, 63. 69. 76. 78, 84 White. William__________________________________38. 80. 82 Whitman, John J" Wilbur. Leona ... Wilson, Lois .... Wolfe, Margaret ... _______38 —58, 71 Wood. Betty J. (Fr.)-- Wood, Betty J. (Jr.)-- Worring, Barbara ..... Wright, Eddie -------- Young, Floyd.......... .40, 48. 63. 29 _______________29 ____________...58 _______9. 38. 85 __________48, 76 _________48, 84. 106 ___________________29 ( M4) V vr"tm' -r - finr riivr '"v vrv • •. W'l’n'MTI n i


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