University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT)

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 WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DILLON, MONTANA Published by The Junior Class Volume Fifty-FiveForeword This yearbook is a guide to the campus life at Western Montana College of Education during the year 1962-1963- Furthermore, it is a record of effort and growth, of interests and activities, of goals and achievement of the individual. Within this record there arc aspiration and memory and the ideal toward which he moves. This yearbook is the road which links his Today with his esterday. We. the Chinook staff of 1963, hope that we have in a very small way helped to provide the individual with the means for a stimulating journey through his living past. 2Dedication Each spring many long hours of painstaking practice and study result in moving performances by students as they present stimulating programs for the student body; yet, many times we are not aware of the vast amount of energy, time, and patience that the director must undertake to make these productions successful. For the past several years, we at Western have been privileged to view the colorful and exciting musical plays that are presented each spring and the moving cantatas presented during the Christmas season. These are the results of the director's hard work and unlimited patience. We hope, through the continued support of the student body, that in the future we will be given the opportunity to see these wonderful musical productions. Because of his excellent musical plays, his understanding, and also for his always-friendly greeting, we, the Chinook staff of 1963, sincerely dedicate this annual to Mr. Brinton Jackson. 4A Message From the President Within these pages lies a treasure of memories. Symbols on each page will recapture for you some memory' of 1962-63 at Western. In future clays this CHINOOK • will help you to separate some of these memories that time will have fused into a confusing mass. “2 7In Memoriam We dedicate this page in memory of our friends and fellow students, Bob and Lois Clark and Dick Metcsh, who lost their lives in automobile accidents during the fall of 1962. ROBERT CLARK LOIS MICHELOTTI CLARK Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: For thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: Thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. 8 —Bible: Psalm, 23Local Board 9 Left to right: Mr. O. A. Bcrgeson, Mr. W. G. Gilbert, Jr., Mrs. Amy Gilbert, and Dr. James Short.Student Council Front row, left to right: Rick Cadieux, Carol Lemon, Dick Jonasen, Mr. Henry Stish. Back row: Mr. John Garry, James Walsh, Ray Cyr. College Union Board 10 Front Row, left to right: Miss Georgia Mathews, Miss Patricia Warcup, Tonya Gustafson, Carol I.emon. Back row: Mr. John Garry, Mr. Terrance Cypher, Cliff Neighbor, Mr. Henry Stish, Dick Jonasen, Jack Gillespie.The 1963 Chinook Presented editor ......... ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER SECRETARY ART EDITORS PICTURE EDITOR ASSISTANTS ADVERTISING ....... ............ SPORTS EDITOR ....... PHOTOGRAPHER SPONSOR by: ....................... Ron Kovick ........................Linda Foote .................... Bcrnie Hartman ....................Karen Mclntire ......Bonnie Beck, Tonya Gustafson .................... Shirley Webber Bonnie Bowden, Carol Gustafson, Susan Nelson .............. Ed Zink, Betty Scofield ....................... Rick Cadieux ....................... LcRoy Cook ............. Miss Blanche McManus SPONSOR: MISS McMANUS EDITOR: RON KOVICKFacultyCLAY ANDERS Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts B.S., M.S., Montana State College, Graduate Studies, M.S.C. DANIEL BLOCK Instructor in Biological Science B.S., M.S., Montana State University CLARABEL BOGUT College Nurse R.N., Montana Deaconess Hospital WILLIAM BRUER Associate Prof, of Education Director of Correspondence Study and Placement B.S., Nebraska State Teachers College M.A., Colorado State College of Ed. Graduate Study, M.S.C. FRANK BUSCH Instructor of Social Science B.A., M.A., Montana State University WESLEY CASPERS Dean of Education Director of Summer Session B.S., State Teachers College, Superior, Wise. M.S., California Institute of Technology M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Minnesota EDWARD CEBULL Associate Prof, of English B.E., Western Montana College of Education M.A., Montana State Univ. Graduate Study, Univ. of California, Univ. of the Pacific DORIS CLEMANS Secretary to the Dean of Education 14JOHN R. CUMMING Assoc. Prof, of Education B.B.A., Univ. of Minnesota M.Ed., Ph.D., Univ. of Washington TERRANCE R. CYPHER Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S., M.S., Montana State College STANLEY R. DAVISON Associate Prof, of Social Science B.A., M.A., Montana State Univ. Ph.D., Univ. of California MARY B. EMERICK Prof, of Pine Art B.A., Univ. of Washington M.A., Columbia University Graduate Study, Chouinard Institute of Art Univ. of California, Univ. of Southern California LOUISE FARRIS Registrar-Secretary JOSEPH LEATHERS Associate Prof, of Education B.A., Willamette Univ. M.S., Ph.D., Univ. of Washington MAX FEUERSTACK Instructor in German Univ. of Gottingen, Prussia B.A., Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminar)' HELEN FORMOS Assistant Prof, of English B.A., M.A., Montana State Univ. Graduate Study, Middleburg College, Univ. of California, Univ. of Oregon 15HELEN GALLAGHER Secretary to the President JOHN C. GARRY Assistant Prof, of Business Education B.B.A., B.S., M.A., Univ. of Minnesota Graduate Study, Univ. of N.D. DOROTHY GELHAUS Assistant Professor of Education, Librarian B.A., B.S., Univ. of Wash. FRANK HOEY Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Montana State College VIOLA HOLTER Bookkeeper ROBERT HUNTER Assistant Business Manager BRINTON JACKSON Assistant Prof, of Music B.M.E., Montana State Univ. M.A., Columbia University CECIL KENT Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Montana State College 16RALPH KNEELAND Assoc. Prof, of Education B.S.Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College M.E., Montana State Univ. Graduate Study, Oregon State College EARL LORY Instructor in Physical Science B.A., M.A., Montana State Univ. WILLIAM MALLINSON Business Manager Liverpool Institute, Skerry’s College, Liverpool, England MARY MAJERRISON Assistant Prof, of English B.A., Indiana Central College M.A., Indiana University GEORGIA MATHEWS Dean of Women RALPH McFADDEN Professor of Music A.A.M., Dana Music Inst. Graduate of Institute of Musical Art of Juilliard School M.M., American Conservatory of Music BLANCHE McMANUS Assistant Prof, of English B.E., Western Montana College of Education M.A., Univ. of Washington IVA LEA ORR Assistant to the Librarian 17PAUL O. PICTON Registrar B.A., State Teachers College, Dickinson, N.D. M.A., Montana State University JOE C. RYBURN Assistant Prof, of English B.S., Western Montana College of Education M.A., University of Denver Graduate Studies: Univ. of Denver, Univ. of Washington. HOWARD SMITH Associate Prof, of Physical Sciences B.S., M.S., Graduate Study, Montana State College HENRY STISH Assistant Prof, of Physical Science B.S., Bemidji State College M.Ed., Univ. of North Dakota WILLIAM STRAUGH Prof, of Physical Education Athletic Director B.E., Western Montana College of Education M.E., Montana State University Graduate Study, Univ. of Calif., Montana State Univ. HELEN STRUCKMAN Assistant Prof, of Education B.A., M.Ed., Montana State University DALE TASH Associate Prof, of Social Science B.S., Western Montana College of Education M.A., Montana State University Graduate Study, Univ. of Colorado, Montana State College LAURENCE WALKER Associate Prof, of Education B.A., Intermountain Union College M.A. Columbia University Graduate Study, Montana State Univ., Colorado State College 18PATRICIA WARCUP Assistant Prof, of Physical Education B.S., M.A., Univ. of N. Dakota Graduate Study, Univ. of N. Dakota DAVID WILSON Instructor of Music A.B., Jamestown College, Jamestown, N.D. ROSCO WRIGHT Instructor of Art B.S., M.S., Univ. of Oregon Tea Time! 19DwHfciK! .r . Wh- It;I ClassesEDNA BERTSCHE Butte NORMA COONS Busby ALICE HARRIS Shelby RAY JOHNSON Butte JAMES KEEF Dillon CONGER BROWN Dillon 22JOE MALLETTA President GARY CRUSON Vice President JANE DUNCAN Secretary-T rcasurcr 23SILVA ANDERSON Ventura, Calif. JOSEPH AYRES Butte KAREN BERGUM Helena ELEVA BERRY Dillon JOE BILANT Whitefish VERLA BOETTICHER Dillon ALEX BOLICK Dillon SHARON BOOTH AnacondaRUSSELL BRAZILL Ephrata, Wash. OLIVE CAIN Toston HAROLD CAMPBELL Stevensville JEANETTE CAMPBELL Helena LESLIE CHAPIN Kalispell LES COMER Belgrade RICHARD CORREA Stevensville SARI ANN CROWLEY Helena 25GARY CRUSON Townsend GEORGE DELANEY St. Ignatius JANE DUNCAN Dillon IDA DUNHAM Laurel RAY EGF.DAHL Butte JOHN ERDIE Dillon MARTHA FITZSIMMONS Dillon MRS. ZONO FITZSIMMONS Butte 26GENE FOGARTY Butte DONNA GEORGE Butte JACK GILLESPIE Helena JUDY GREENHECK Philipsburg EDWARD HEARD Butte NORMAN HEATH Superior BRIAN HOLGREN Eureka JACK HOLLAND Laurel 27SHIRLEY HUNTER Dillon ALBERT JAMES Butte NELL JENNINGS Deer Lodge DICK JONASEN St. Ignatius GERALD JONES Dillon TOM JONES Dillon WILLIAM KELLY St. Ignatius GERALD KIRSCHNER Dillon 28HAROLD KNODEL Bozeman JO ANN KOVICK Dillon MARY KRETZER Dillon GERTRUDE KUTZ Libby JEAN LINDQUIST Poplar JESSIE LORENTZEN Hamilton LARRY LOVE Ennis MAXINE LOVELL Dillon 29JOE MALLETTA Dillon SUE MALLETTA Dillon ROBERT MALYEVAC Butte CHARLES MARINOS Butte Charles McCarthy Anaconda michael McCarthy Butte SHIRLEY MEISNER Forks, Wash. DICK MENTI Great Falls 30CATHERINE MIHELIC Anaconda KAREN MITCHELL Dillon LOIS MORAN St. Ignatius HAROLD MUGAAS Dillon GEORGE NIEWOEHNER White Sulphur Springs ROBERT OLSON Victor MARY PAULLIN St. Regis JOHN PEARSON Philipsburg 31JOANNE POPHAM Corvallis PEGGY RALSTON Hamilton ALVIN RONNEBERG Big Timber SHIRLEY SALSTROM Dillon JESSIE SANBORN Anaconda ROBERT SCHIOPEN Dillon PETER SCHONSBERG Walkerville WARD SCOFFIELD Townsend 32JEAN SKILLMAN Wilsall SALLY SMITH Ennis DEAN STATON Anaconda GEORGE STEPHENS Libby DONALD TASH Dillon DONNA THOMAS Dillon ORVIL THOMPSON Ennis ZELLA TRAFALET Dupuyer 33RON WEAVER Anaconda SANDRA WHITE Helena MYRTLE WOTTS Livingston ED WRIGHT Dillon EDWIN YORK Charlo DALE ZINK Armstead What do you think? 34Junior Officers RICK CADIEUX President CrERRY HEIKKILA Vice President 36 LINDA FOOTE Secretary-T reasurerJACK ANDERSON Power MARVIN ANDERSON Wilsall EUGENE ARDISSON Walkcrvillc MARY BACON Wise River ANTON BARONE Savage BONNIE BECK Anaconda LOREN BENNETT Dillon BONITA BOWDEN Butte y 37CAROL BRAUN Helena WILLIAM BROWN Whitehall JAMES BURGESS Dillon ROBERT BURK Stryker DANIEL BURKE Butte RICHARD CADIEUX Missoula CATHLEEN CARNEY Boise, Idaho JAMES CARPITA Helena 38CI-ARK CONROW Sheridan KENNETH COPE Great Falls DAN CORCORAN Ronan CLARENCE DAHL Anaconda FLOYD DAHI.MAN Forsythe LOUISE DAVIS Twin Falls, Idaho ALAN F.LIASON Dillon HENRY ELLIOTT Missoula 39THOMAS F.RDIE Dillon LINDA FOOTE Butte ROY FOSTER Gallatin Gateway WILLIAM FOWLER Libby JACK GRAVES Eureka CAROL GUSTAFSON Kalispell TONYA GUSTAFSON Butte BERNIE HARTMAN Whitefish 40GERALD HEIKKILA Chester THOMAS HENDERSON Butte BILL HERBOI.ICH Anaconda LAWRENCE HODGSON Cut Bank CHARLES HOLLENSTEINER Dillon JOHN HOLTET Darby ERMA HORD Butte SALLY LOU HOYE Columbia Falls L 41TOM JENKIN Butte BERNARD JONES Dillon JOHN JOSE Butte JUDE KELLY St. Ignatius NANCY KELLY Butte ROBERT KOVACICH Butte RON KOVICK Dillon RONALD KUECKS Butte 42JANET LALONDE Anaconda RONALD LANE Three Forks FRANK LAVINDER Townsend PATTI LEE Deer Lodge ROBERT LEMEIJN Anaconda CAROL LEMON Three Forks CHRISTIE LENARZ Eureka JOHN LONG Thompson Falls 43WALTER LUCERO Augusta ALAN LUNDBORG Townsend JOE MASOLO Glasgow LEOAN MATTINGLY Anaconda SAUNDRA MATTSON Butte KAREN McINTIRE Poison LARRY McKINNEY Darby GARY McMORRIS Sidney 44DENNIS MILLER Radcrsburg SUSAN NELSON Cut Bank HUGH OUELLETTE Butte EARL PETERSON Twin Bridges PHILIP POMEROY Deer Lodge CORAL POWELL Cardwell PAT RAYMOND Helena TED RICHARDSON Plains 45DENNIS SCHMAUCH Spokane, Wash. BETTY SCOFIELD Dillon THOMAS SHEEHY Butte LLOYD SHUMAN Wolf Point JAMES SICHTING Libby RICHARD SILZLY Anaconda BERNICE SKILLMAN Wilsall MARY ELLEN TRUCKNER Missoula 46Ah—So! RICHARD WALKER Cut Bank SHIRLEY WEBBER Plains ED ZINK Dillon Not His Ear! 47Sophomore Officers JIM WALSH President CLIFF NEIGHBOR Vice President JUDY WELSH Secretary-T reasurer 49SHARON ANDERSON Missoula JEROME ASICH Great Falls GENE BAKER Butte LEONARD BENJAMIN Jackson RON BENNETT Albcrton JIM BENNETTS Whitehall DIANA BOWDEN Corvallis ROBERT BROCKMAN Anaconda 50GLEN BROOKART Bozeman LARRY BUCKLEY Butte GREGORY BURNS Dillon MYRN'A BURROUGHS Broadview CAROL CAREY Sheridan ROBERTA CARLIN Butte JOHN CONNOLE Choteau LcROY COOK Potomac 51WILLIAM COX Walla Walla, Wash. KEITH CRUM Anaconda GEORGIA DAVISON Fort Benton JERRY DELANEY St. Ignatius MICHAEL DELANEY Butte TOM DeMAROIS Stcvcnsvillc HELEN DINGMANN Sheridan VIRGIL DIXON Virginia City 52DICK DOYLE North Bend, Oregon ROYAI. DRAGER Whitefish GARY DREIKOSEN Augusta RUTH DUTTON Wise River DONNA EDEN Bozeman MARY JO ESTES Albcrton RICHARD FERRIS Dillon DENNIS FISHER Great Falls 53EVA FOSTER Bozeman LaRAE FOSTER Dillon ROBERT FRANK Whitefish PAULETTE FRAZER Anaconda SANDRA FRAZIER Twin Bridges WAYNE FREDRICKSEN Anaconda MARY FREEBOURN Butte CAROL FRENCH Plains 54DAN FRENCH Dillon EILEEN FRENCH Dillon JEANNETTE FRIEND Deer Lodge MICHELE FROST Eureka JIM FUNK Sheridan PATRICIA GARDNER Anaconda ED GATELY Walkerville JANICE GAVIN Dillon 55JACK GEHRING Libby MIKE GERDES Spokane, Washington ROSEMARY HAMILTON Trout Creek JUNIE HANLEY Butte GIL HANSEN Dillon JEAN HANSON Belgrade SUSAN HARRINGTON Deer Lodge DOUGLAS HARVEY Dillon 56KENNETH HASH Butte MARION HASH Butte ELIZABETH HAUG Clyde Park HERBERT HAYWORTH Geraldine RAY HILL Mt. Shasta, Calif. DENNIS HOCHHALTER Missoula HOWARD HUNT Whitehall KAREN JENSON St. Ignatius 57SAI.LY JO JESSEN Butte GARY JEWETT Somers CHARLES JOHNS North Bend. Ore. JOAN JONASEN St. Ignatius CAROL KELLY Butte JANE KEMPER Anaconda GLENDA KENDALL Thompson Falls JACK LADEN Dillon 58AMBER LAPHAM Jackson DWAIN LAVINDER Townsend JOHN LEWIS Helena PAUL LIENEMANN Butte BEVERLY LOWELL Butte JOHN LYNDES Helena MARTIN MALESICH Dillon RICHARD MARONEY Kalispell 59WILLIAM MASELLA Anaconda LAWRENCE McCLUNG Dillon JEANNETTE McDONALD Butte PEGGY McENANEY Helena MARGARET McGEE Whitehall JOHN McHUGH Butte berna McKinney Hamilton thea mckinney Dillon 60JACK McMURCHY Dillon ALBERT MEEDS Armstead JUDITH MIKOLICH Corwin Springs SHARON MITTON Drummond BETTY MOEN Butte GEORGE MONGER Dillon DONNA MONROE Deer Lodge JOHN MUNIS Dillon 61DEVA MUNRO Kalispell JIM MYERS Big Timber CLIFF NEIGHBOR Harlowton LAURIE NELSON Valier JOAN O HAI.LORAN Clyde Park SISSEL OIESTAD Big Timber JUNE OLIVER Thompson Falls GARRY PACE Shelby 62PATSY PAIGE Twin Bridges DORENE PAISLEY Dillon LARRY PAISLEY Dillon CAROL PALMER Missoula JAMES PALMER Missoula GORDON PAULY Corvallis JOHN PETERSON Browning ELBERT PHIPPS Winnett 63PAT POLLARD Butte DOROTHY QUANE Anaconda FRANCES RAUDSEP Victor JUDY RAY Burlingame, Calif. FRANKLIN RAZE Ronan JOSEPH RICH Walkervillc BILLIE JEAN RIES Walkerville BOB ROWLING Butte MDALE SALMEN Lincoln MARGARET SALSTROM Dillon DOREEN SCAMMON St. Ignatius BARBARA SCHUETZE Wolf Point ROSALIE SEAMAN Chinook CAROL SELBY Twin Bridges JAMES SHEA Butte GARY SIMON Butte 65JERRY SMITH Libby LINDA SMITH Drummond SANDY SMITH Poison KARIN SOYLAND Dillon DONNA SPEVACEK Dillon KENNETH SPEVACEK Dillon TOM STAGE Missoula MARYELLEN STEPHENS Wisdom 66PHYLLIS STEVENS Kalispcll WILLIAM STEVENS Eureka JAMES STONER Browning WESLEY STOOS Dillon SUSAN STRATTON Dillon JIM SULLIVAN Anaconda JAMES SUMNER Livingston RUTH SUTTON Kalispcll 67JUDY THOMPSON Dillon BOB TYSDAL Dillon JUDY VEDOVATTI Butte SALVATORE VERGA Garfield, N.J. SVEN VOLL Anaconda ROSE MARIE WALES Deer Lodge VELMA WALLACE Leadore, Idaho JAMES WALSH Dillon 68JANICE WALSH Dillon JUDY WELSH Whitefish HOWARD WHITE Townsend LLOYD WILLEY Deer Lodge DAVID WILSON Wilsall VIRGINIA WOOD Dillon 69Freshman Class Officers RAY CYR President GLEN PETTY TED RICE Vice President Treasurer JUDY REX Secretary 71WAYNE ALLEN Whitehall BARBARA ANDERSON White Sulphur Springs NORMAN ANDERSON Wilsall PHYLLIS ANDERSON Dillon JERRY ASAY Choteau BETTY BACON Wise River LARRY BALDWIN Great Falls KAY BARKER Helena 72LYNN BLAIR Conrad GLORIA BOLOG Deer Lodge JUDY BORST Cut Bank LEANNE BRAUN Helena RON BUJOK Roundup JAMES BURTON Poison ANN CARNEY Boise, Idaho CAROL CLAIRMONT Dixon 73ROBERT CLYDE St. Regis MARGARET COLLEARY Quincy, Wash. DALE COMBS Dillon KAREN CONNERS Anaconda GARY CORKINS Hardin DENNIS COX St. Regis RAYMOND CYR Butte GARY DAVIS Great Falls 74JANET DECKER Armstead GENE DOTY Corvallis FRANK DUKE Great Falls IRENE DUNCAN Dillon TEDDY DYE Hamilton FORREST DYER Drummond SUE ERWIN San Bernardino, Calif. JACK FILCHER Corvallis 75WILLIAM FLECHSENHAR Cascade MARY FLEMING Pablo DIANNE FREY St. Ignatius JOHN FUNK Sheridan MICK GEE Anaconda MARCIA GIEM Twin Bridges WILBUR GILBERT Dillon CAROL GOODSELL Whitehall 76KEVIN GREGIER Butte ELEANOR GUSTAFSON Deer Lodge BETTY HAMILTON Poison WAYNE HAMMS lone, Oregon LYLE HANDLEY Corvallis SYLVIA HEIKKILA Dillon TOM HEISLER Great Falls AMIL HERSEIM Clinton 77MARION HEWITT Victor KARON HOFELDT Lloyd DENNIS HOLMES Florence CHARLOTTE HOWARD Plains WILLIAM HDGULET Dillon CAROL HUHTA Wallace. Idaho LARRY HULL Dillon WESLEY HUNT Dillon 78ROY IN BODY Chotcau CHARLES JACKSON Denton LOUISE JAMES Butte ALICE JOHNSON Dutton DIANE JOHNSON Missoula JUDITH JOHNSON Hamilton MARYELI.EN JOHNSON Browning NORMAN JONES White Sulphur Springs 79PAULA KELLY Elliston JUDY KIN'S Dutton BRUCE KRON Malta ROBERT KUECKA Butte CAROLE LANGDON Whitehall LEWIS LEATHERS Butte WAYNE LERSBAK Glasgow ARTHUR LEWIS Helena 80BONNIE LEW ISON Dillon BONITA I.IVENGOOD Plevna WILLARD LOVELL Butte DAVID Ll'ECK Ennis DAVID MAGEE Dillon CHESTER MARKI.EY Monida HARRY MARTZ Butte larry McAllister Butte 81JANICE McCALLUM Hot Springs nancy McCulloch Butte anthony McDermott St. Regis michael McGinnis Butte mick McKinney Darby susan McKinley Anaconda DAVID MIDDLEMAS Helena NANCY MIELKE Harlowtoo 82MERRILEE MILLER Radersburg DAVID MONTGOMERY Anaconda ANDREA MORETTO Butte LOUISE MORROW Conrad CHARLES MUELLER Scobey WALLEYNE MURPHY Great Falls JUDITH NAG ENG AST Fort Benton JOHN NIELSON Anaconda 83DOROTHY OI.SON Dillon JEANNINE OLSON Kalispell DAMASE OUELLETTE Butte RUTH PATTON Wellington. Ohio WALLACE PERRINE Hobson DOROTHY PETERSON Dillon JERRY PETERSON Hamilton GLEN PETTY Shelby 84MAXINE PHILLIPS Cut Bank RON PHILLIPS St. Ignatius PAUL PILGRIM Dillon PEGGY PR I BEIT Plains JANICE PROVIS Butte TERESA RALLS Radcrsburg KAREN REEVES Whitcfish ZITA REGAN Butte 85DONNA REILLY Deer Lodge JUDITH REX Dillon JULIA REX Dillon THEODORE RICE Great Falls SID RICHARDSON Idaho Falls, Ida. CECILIA RODRIGUEZ Anaconda PAT ROGERS Kalispell JERALD ROSENBERGER Browning 86LARRY RUEGSEGGER Dillon LANA RUTLEDGE Wisdom WILLIAM RYAN Butte LINDA SAHINEN Dcerlodgc NANCY SALSTROM Dillon LARRY SATTLER Cunningham JUDITH SCHALL Arlee CLAIR SCHREIBER Dillon 87MARIANNA SCHUI.HR Dillon JOHN SEIDENSTICKER Dillon DWAIN SELL Scobcy DIETRA SELLS Butte HUGH SHEEHAN Butte MARGARET SHUMAN Wolf Point JACK SILLIKER Whitefish JANET SILZLY Anaconda 88JUDY SIVERTSON Deer Lodge JERRY SONNEMAKER Sunburst LORETTA STACY Missoula JILL STANFORD Twin Bridges CAROL STEFFAN Philipsburg EILEEN STEPHENS Dillon PATRICIA STEWART Ringling VIRGINIA STUBBERT Galata 89LINDA SUNDELL Orem, Utah KAREN THOMPSON Whitefish LORRAINE THOMPSON Deer Lodge OTIS THOMPSON Ennis ROBERT THOMPSON Ennis SHERRY THOMPSON Ennis MARY KAY TRACY Anaconda WILLIAM TWOGOOD Sula 90ROBERTA VanVALKENBURGH Columbus LARRY VEIS Scobey FLORENCE WALKER Porthill, Idaho GERALD WALTERS Whitefish ALLEN WEASA Browning NOEL WELTON Bozeman ARLENE WHITE Hamilton NORMAN WHITEMAN Pryor 91Nuts! CHARLES WINDMUELLER St. Regis CHRISTY WORRING Butte SUSANNE WRIGHT White Sulphur Springs Ooooooh! 9293Who’s Who Ten Seniors were chosen to represent Western in the 1962 edition of Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. These students were chosen by the Scholarship and Awards Committee on the basis of demonstrated ability and leadership. KAREN BERGUM—Karen graduated from Helena High School in 1959 and has been active on Western’s campus since that fall. She has been secretary-treasurer of the student Montana Education Association and an officer in the Student Education Association. Karen is also a member of Kappa Pi, Chorus, and was president of Kappa Zeta Nu this year. Last year she was editor of the Chinook, which remains as a tribute to the work she has done for Western. JEANETTE CAMPBELL—Jeanette has been an outstanding member and officer of both Art Club and Kappa Pi and has brightened Western with her outstanding talent in art. She has consistently received Western’s honor scholarship for her top scholastic standing. Jeanette graduated with Helena’s class of 1959. SHAWN DAVIS—Shawn, who transferred to Western from Montana State College, graduated from Whitehall High School in 1959. He is noted for his warm personality and rodeo ability. Shawn has won numerous awards including All-Around Cowboy for the Intercollegiate Rodeo held in Dillon in the spring of 1961 and the World’s Intercollegiate Championship for Saddle Bronc Riding. JANE DUNCAN—Jane is a 1959 graduate of Beaverhead County High School and started her college career the same year at Western where she has consistently been a high honor scholar. She has received several scholarships for her scholastic achievements. Jane is an active member of Newman Club and past officer of Kappa Zeta Nu and is the current president of Chanticleers. Last year she was the associate editor of the Chinook. JACK GILLESPIE—Jack, a member of Western’s Student Affairs Committee, has been very active in the field of sports. His ability on the gridiron won him a berth on the All Conference First Team both last year and this year, and this year he won a special honor for being the leading pass receiver for the NAIA. Jack plays intramural basketball and is one of Western’s top-fhght javelin throwers. Jack has been both a member-and an officer of the M Club. He is a 1959 graduate of Helena High School. 94Who’s Who JEAN LINDQUIST—Jean's musical talent and her sparkling personality have brought her recognition in her years at Western. She has been an active member of Chorus and Music Club and has done several vocal performances for the student body at various activities. Jean took part in the all-school musical production of Li'l Abner last year. She has also been a consistent honor roll student since coming to Western in 1959 from Poplar High School. DICK JONASEN—Western's energetic Student Body President, Dick Jonasen, began an active four years here after graduating from St. Ignatius High School in 1959. He laid the foundation for his leadership abilities last year as an active member of the Student Affairs Committee. Dick plays basketball and baseball in his spare time. JOE MALLETTA—Senior Class President, Joe Malletta has shown his ability in many fields. He has shown his ability as an athlete, a thespian, a student leader, and an honor roll scholar. In athletics he has been very valuable to Western as a hard-running halfback. He has been in several of the college plays, and he is a member of Gargoyles and M Club. Last year he was Assistant Editor of the Chinook. Joe is a 1959 graduate of Shelby High School. MARY PAULLIN—Mary came to Western from St. Regis in 1959. She has taken an overload every quarter and earned her degree in March after only eleven quarters. She has maintained a high scholastic standing and upon graduation wants to teach in Montana's elementary schools. ED WRIGHT—As a four-year veteran on Western's football team, Ed was named to the All-Conference First Team this year. In addition, Ed is one of Western’s top shot-putters. Last year he was named "Junior Man of the Year” on the basis of his outstanding scholastic and leadership ability and was awarded one of Western's honor scholarships for his excellent grades. Ed graduated from White Sulphur Springs in 1959. 95Art Club Left to right, seated: Deva Munro, Jean Skillman, Pat Raymond, Elbert Phipps. Left to right, Standing: Doug Brown, Gloria Bolog, Mcrrilce Miller, Sally Smith, Jeanette Campbell, Sande White, Linda Smith, Duane Simon, Eleanor Gustafson. Those not present when picture was taken arc Donna George, Brian Holgren, Sally Jo Jensen, Bonnie Lewison, Linda SundcII, Christy Worring. Officers for the year are Jean Skillman, president; Pat Raymond, vice president; Deva Munro, secretary; and Elbert Phipps, treasurer. Mrs. Emcrick is the Art Club Sponsor. The Art Club is made up of students interested in art. New members are initiated into the Art Club at the beginning of each quarter in an impressive candlelight ceremony in the Club Studio. The aims of the Art Club arc to give these students an opportunity to work together and use their talents for the advantage of the group and the school. The highlight of the year is the club banquet in the spring. Memories of the activities during the year are kept in a scrapbook, which is assembled by the vice president. The theme of the scrapbook this year is "Art Through the Ages.” The Art Club is supported by funds they obtain through their shop sales. There arc two major sales during the year, and the items sold at these sales arc made by members of the club. 96Kappa Pi Left to right, seated: Jean Skillmin. Jeanette Campbell. Sandra White. Mrj. Emerick. Ujt to right, Handing: Ivi Orr, Karen Bergum. Kappa Pi, a national honorary art fraternity, was organized in 1911. The Amicron Chapter at Western Montana College was started in 1937. This organization was formed to foster the artistic interests of a representative body of students who uphold the highest rdcals of education. New members are elected to join on a basis of interest and service. Under the direction of Mrs. Orr, some exhibits of art are being put in the library showcase this year. The current officers are Jeanette Campbell, president, and Sandra White, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Emerick, a member of Kappa Pi, is the sponsor. College Band Left to right, first row: Dictra Sell , Nancy McCulloch. Jan Provi . Linda Sahincn, Claire Schreiber. Karen Thompson. Shirley Webber. Carol Goodsell. Sherry Thompson. Left to right, second row: Ron Bujok, Otis Thompson. Suzanne Wright. Judy Sivertson. Susan McKinley, Judy Welsh, Ron Weaver. Left to right, third row: Joe Rich, Sandy Frazier, Charlotte Howard. Patsy Paige, Diana Bowden, Mary Bacon. Marvin Anderson. The band has been continuing its effort this year toward the creation of a bigger and more complete instrumental music organization on the campus. Twenty-four members, mostly freshmen and sophomores, represent a gain of ten over the previous year. The band has been active this year in the Homecoming parade, pep rallies, all basketball games during regular terms, and one out-of-town trip to Helena accompanying the Drill Team. Twelve of the band members form a dance band for performance at college dances, high school proms, and general entertainment. Officers for this year are Ron Weaver, president; Ron Bujok, vice president; Mary Bacon, secretary-treasurer; and Nancy McCulloch, librarian.Gargoyles The Gargoyle Club is the dramatics organization of the campus. Its members have thrilled Dillon audiences during the past years with the finest of plays. This organization was formed in 1923- Students belonging to the Gargoyle Club who show exceptional ability are eligible for membership in the Order of the Jeweled Masque, an honorary dramatic club. Last year the Jeweled Masque was presented to Nathalie Atkins and Richard Steadman. Officers for 1962-63 arc Anton Barone, president; Lawrence Hodgson, vice president; Patti Lee, secretary-treasurer. Left to right, seated: Bob Tysdal, Phyllis Stevens, Tony Barone, Janice Gavin, Pat Juergens, Berna McKinney, John Fadness. Left to right, standing: Mr. Joseph Ryburn, Carol Selby, Wayne Durocher, Paulette Frazer, Howard White, Frank Hayes, Sally Jo Jcssen, LeRoy Cook, Bill Twogood, Patti Lee, Ted Richardson. Gerald Dye. Plays LADIES IN RETIREMENT, a three-act drama by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham, was presented by students attending summer school, 1962. ALL THE WAY HOME, a drama by Tad Mosel, was presented fall quarter, 1962. INHERIT THE WIND, a moving three-act drama by Jerome Lawrence, was presented winter quarter, 1963. 98 Ladies in Retirement All the Way Home OPEN 99 Inherit the WindLi'l Abner, a musical comedy based on A1 Capp s beloved comic strip characters of Dogpatch, was staged by the college on May 17 and 18, 1962. On May 19, Li’l Abner played to a packed house at Malmstrom Air Force Base for the U.S.O. The production featured a cast of 80 and was directed by Mr. Jackson, Mr. Ryburn, Mr. McFadden, and Miss Warcup. Li’l AbnerDrum Corps Front row, kneeling: Louise Davis, June Hanley, Fayne Roth, Linda Stocks, Alice Johnson; Twirlers: Ann Carney, Beverly Lovell, Head Twirler: Terri Ralls. Back row, left to right: Joe Rich, Drum Major; Angelo Ventrillo, Paul Kuecks, John Jose, Terry Montgomery, Bill Lovell, Cathy Mihelic, Larry Hull, Ruth Clcmow, Marianna Schular, Norm Anderson, Gary Jewitt, Ron Kuecks. and Joel Barry. Western’s Drum Corps was organized at the end of spring quarter, 1962. Many hours were devoted in acquiring drums, bugles, helmets, and wearing apparel appropriate for a drum corps. During the summer, practices were held in the Walkervillc Fire Hall at Walkerville, Montana. The students participating in these practices were for the most part from Butte and Anaconda. Fall quarter, 1962, the Drum Corps recruited new members and began full-scale practices in the gym on Western's campus. The highlight of the year was a banquet held at the State Dining Room for the purpose of awarding letters to the members. The Color Guard is made up of Linda Stocks, Billie Jean Ries, Pat Pollard, Junic Hanley, Alice Johnson, and Fayne Roth; Twirlers: Beverly Lovell, Jo Ann Popham, Ann Carney, Marilec Miller, Cathy Carney, and Terri Ralls; snare drum section: Cathy Mihelic, Patsy Paige, Diana Bowden, and Bill Lovell; bugle section: Marianna Schuler, Gary Jewitt, Otis Thimpson, Bill Monger, Norman Anderson, Jim Foust, Ron Weaver, and Ron Bujok; drum major, Joe Rich. Drum Corps sponsors are the Senior Advisor)- Board headed by Professor Ralph McFadden. Members of the board are Miss Warcup, Miss Mathews, Miss McManus, Dr. Short, Dr. Feathers, Dr. Cumming, Mr. Cebull, Mr. Knceland, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Hoe)-, and Mr. Straugh. Officers are Joe Rich, president; Ron Kcucks and Jo Ann Popam, vice presidents; Cathy Carney, secretary-treasurer; John Jose. Joel Barr)-, Paul Kcucks, and Beverly Lovell, board of trustees. 102Drum Corps (cont.) Joseph Rich—"Joe,” as he is called about campus, is responsible for organizing Western's Drum Corps. Joe is from Butte, Montana, and a graduate of Butte High School. He is leader of the RJ Trio, a popular dance band in Butte and vicinity. Joe is a junior at Western. 103 Joe Rich—Drum Major mmrRodeo Team Intercollegiate rodeo is one of the school activities at Western which is conducted as a competitive sport. After placing third in the nation for the two previous years, Western's team dropped to a fifth place for the 1962 season. However, the team was second in the Rocky Mountain Region. Former World Champion, Shawn Davis, won three of the men's trophies for the region: saddle bronc, bareback bronc, and all-around; and Buzz Cowdrey won the bull riding trophy. Gerald Jones was one of the highest scoring ropers in the region. The rodeo director, Joseph Feathers, was elected faculty president of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. The purpose of the activity is to promote interest, understanding, and appreciation for contemporary western life, culture, and western affairs. Western College has received nation-wide recognition in this activity. Left to right, stated: Dorene Paisley, Bonnie Lewison, Judith Schall, Eva Foster. Dr. Joseph Feathers. Left to right, Handing: wes Stoos, Jerry Peterson, Shawn Davis, Roy Foster, Dan Corcoran, Topper Giono, Jim Myers. Corral Club Corral Club, a newly-organized section of Rodeo Club, is one of the new clubs on campus organized chiefly to give the students new interests in the world of rodeo, western ideas, and a chance for down-right fun. One of its chief contributions, one that is sure to become a tradition, is the formation of a Color Guard for the Homecoming parade. As a part of the original Rodeo Club, Corral Club is backing the annual rodeo given in the late spring. As an enthusiastic backer of "Go Western Day,” Corral Club sponsored contests and a dance after the big Eastern-Western game. 104 Left to right. Stated: Dr. Feathers. Mcrrilcc Miller, Larry Paisley. Ken Spevacck. Judith Schall. Left to right, standing: Jack Anderson. Ruth Sutton. Margaret Shuman. Barbara Schuetze. Eva Foster. Jill Stanford. Jeannine Olson. Janice McCallum. Bonnie Livengood, Bonnie Lewi son. Dorene Paisley.Go Western Day Although a few students have tried to take advantage of Go Western Day in a negative fashion, the tradition was established on this campus several years ago as an expression of the color, aesthetic greatness, and warm atmosphere of western range life and related culture which is so typical of the heritage and contemporary economy of great Montana. As a demonstration of western atmosphere and abilities, the campus students and faculty have tried to generate a gush of school spirit which serves as a power against a traditional basketball rival, Eastern of Billings, in the annual Go Western—Beat Eastern game. The results have been most amazing over the years, as there has only been a single defeat. The day’s activities usually include the wearing of all sorts of western costumes, both historical and contemporary. The gents usually display bizarre beards such as the longest, the bushiest, the most unique, the reddest, and the best attempt. Valuable prizes arc offered. Other events include pep parades, the judging contest, halftime entertainment, and a big western dance. Most students look forward all year to this tradition, which has become firmly established and has served as an Eastern jinx.Homecoming Queen 106 CAROL LEMONHomecoming The colorful halftime ceremony of Western’s 1962 Homecoming was one of the most spectacular events of a very momentous day. A large crowd turned out to watch the Bulldogs repeat last year’s feat by successfully defending their MCC football championship, as they rolled to a 42-0 victory over Rocky Mountain. To culminate the performance Western’s all-girl drill team the Drum and Bugle Corps formed an honor guard for the Homecoming Queen, Sissel Oicstad, and her attendants, Carol Lemon, Sharon Anderson, and Janet Lalonde. To conclude a successful homecoming day, the "M” Club sponsored a well-attended dance in the student union building with the music of the Axidentals from Bozeman. 107Homecoming Queen — Sissel Oiestad"Winter Carnival Queen" Margaret Colleary "Betty Coed" Patty Gardner "Winter Carnival King" Bob Frank "Joe College" Myles CarpenterI HlINOUh. PLAINS THEME, DESIGN Ar------------------- Under the guidance of Miss Blanche McManus, the Journalism class learns how to write a newspaper article, how to proofread the article, how to make a headline, and how to make a front page. The main responsibility of the class is to get the Wcsco-lite out every Wednesday. The Chanticleers arc always ready to give the staff any assistance needed. Winter quarter the Wes-colitc expanded to one column wider and one inch deeper. D on . pick com A for I ed. mad the Mcl pica the nice thei no vert the ball exci ex ci tim S: are and I'm dwv nv van CA|fCVt Mil excel lent annual this year, just as has always been. Good luck Miss McManus and all the ar nual staffers; (we are looking foi ward to your finished product.) ILI, No. 12 Western Montana College of Education Wednesday. Jan. 23. 196: The Wcscolite staff for Winter quarter of 1963 include left to right: Doreen Scammon, Judy Thompson. Saundra Mattson, Mary Ellen Stephens, Norman Heath, Sisscl Oicstad, Jerry Dye, Miss Blanche McManus, Stan Campbell, Tom Jenkin. and Amber Lapham. nvimiibo invsuuv ‘Go Western’ Day I Parade, Costumes, And Beard Contest 'Go Western’ Day, an all-cam-pus activity, was introduced at WMCE by Professor Ralph Knee-land in 1958. At first a dual sponsorship composed of the Rodeo Club and “M" Club planned the activities. From 1959 to 1962 the Rodeo Club sponsored the activity, but now the Corral Club has taken over, and this year has a real rip-roaring, fun-filled day ir. store for the students. Fr izes will be awarded for the : lest, the bushiest, the lon«- the pop parade, so that they will have a chance to display their The winners of the above listed prizes will bo announced during half-time entertainment of the Western-Eastern basketball game on February 2. A western dance sponsored by the Corral Clubnvill be held in the SUB follow inc: the game. way. Western has never me to Eastern on this since the beginning of this i. It is a jinx which East-lot seem to shake. yles Choo it The Ws inter Play of the Gar day. January 14, nounced that the arter wil be Lav the Win the Wind” is fi same name, famous “Monkey urtroom setting ome twenty spot ow in progress. ;hould contact M this week incss at the m pictures for the initiation to b Watch the We boucr uuvin, r Mr. Cebull. Five Western speech students, members of the Forensic Association, participated in the fourth annual Treasure State Speech Tournament held on the campus of Montana State College. Bozeman, last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Approximately 150 of the best speech students from 15 colleges and universities competed in debate, extemporaneous speaking, oratory, and interpretative reading. Inexperience was the chief reason for Western’s inability to place at least one student in the finals Saturday morning. How- s, aim I 111 iwusi (Staff Photo—LeRoy Cook) Hayes, debate and extemporaneous speeding; Louise Davis interpretative reading: Bill Two-good. intciprctadvc rending; and Ruth Patton, interpretative reading. In conjunction with the Tournament, the Treasure State Forum was hcli to get student opinions regarding timely topics that concern students throughout the state of M ntana. Discussions were taped for future release over radio sta:ions in Montana, this spring and summer. Joe Ay- r. Davison To Be rfitor Of Journal Dr. Stanley R. Davison. Proof Social Studies at West-n, recently accepted an nppoint-ent as Manuscript Editor of a w quarterly mugazine, the urnal of the West. His duties will consist of ob-articlcs, book reviews, and literature from writers in northern Rocky Mountain for consideration by the Conors, magazine, which sells for 50 a copy, consists of some-•iat romanticized true stories though the library docs not rc-thc magazine at the present plans for acquiring it arcing initiated. Members of the student body faculty are invited to sub-it their own papers, or to sug-Newman Club Ltjt to tight. itdlti: Wayne Durochcr, Father Sullivan. Michele Fro t. Ed Cately, Pat Pollard. Dr. Cumming. Patty Gardner. Ltjt to tight, second tow: Dan Burke. Peggy McEnaney. Carol Carey. Helen Dingm nn, Ann Carney. Mary Ellen Truckner, Barbara Schuetzc, Margaret Shuman. Cathy Carney. Wallcync Murphy. Cathy Mihelic. Leanne Braun. Andrea Morctto. Ujt to tight, third row: Sharon Anderson, Mary Fleming. Billie Jean Ries. June Hanley. Joel Barry. Frank Hayes. Judy Nagengast. Newman Club, the Catholic organization on our campus, serves as our parish group here on campus. The purpose of Newman Club is to give spiritual aid to Catholic students. The barbecue at the beginning of Fall quarter and the Mardi Gras dance before Lent were two activities sponsored by the club. Officers for this year arc Ed Gately, president; Michele Frost, vice president; Pat Pollard, secretary; Cathy Carney, treasurer; Father Bernard Sullivan, chaplain; and Dr. John Cumming, sponsor. Chanticleers The Chanticleer Club is responsible for promoting interest in journalism at Western and assisting with publication of the Wescolitc. Any person who desires to become a member of this club must work on the Wescolitc or Chinook, or take journalism one quarter. This club holds an initiation every quarter. The officers this year are Jane Duncan, president; Norman Heath, vice president; Bob Malyevac and Dan Burke, business managers. Left to right, stdltd: Miry Piutlin, Jinc Duncan. Gert Kutz, Betty Scofield. Patti Lee. Mias Blanche McManus. Ltjt to tight, stdnding: Linda Foote. Katcn Bergum. Dan Burke. Ron Kovick. Laurie Nelson. Rick Cadieux. Ed Zink. Bob Malyevac. Jay Erdic. Orvil Thompson. Frank Hayes. Charles McCarthy. Norman Heath. Jack McMurchy. Charles Marinos. IllWesley Ltfl to tight, stand: Gerald Walters. Ruth Sutton. Janice Gavin. Dan French. Eileen French. Bob Tysdal. Left to right, standing: Rev. Mark West, Laurie Nelson. Bernie Hartman, Jack Sullivan, Suzanne Wright. Judy Wright. Ed Wright. Dean Staton. Velma Wallace. Paulette F; cr. The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist student group on campus. Meetings, including homecookcd meals, programs, discussion and devotions, arc held every Sunday afternoon at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Marcus West. Activities throughout the year included attendance at the Methodist Student Movement Conference at Butte in February, devotions to jazz accompaniment, partial sponsorship of a student from Costa Rica, and studying forms of communication in the church. At weekly Wednesday evening discussions, guest speakers from Montana and Idaho have presented material on "What Christ Means to Me” and moral values in Christianity. Officers serving this year arc Dan French, president; Laurie Nelson, vice president; Paulette Frazer, secretary; Eileen French, treasurer. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Left to right, stand: Sissel Oicstad, Betty Hamilton. Sally Smith. Diane Johnson. Nancy Miclkc. Sue Reeves, Virginia Stubbert. Rosemary Hamilton. Sandy White. In t to right, second row: Marcia Gicm. Jean Skillman. Sarah Sullivan. Arlene White. Audrey Burton. Susan Nelson. Margaret Salstrom. Deva Munro. Judy Rex. Julie Rex. Judy Johnson, Bernice Skillman. Susy Haug, Doreen Scammon. Linda Sahenin. Ltfl to right, third row: Man in Anderson. Carol Gustafson. Gertrude KuU, Jim Burton. Paul Line-mann, Mr. Dan Block, advisor; Duane Simons. Larry Hodgson, Charles Clark, Norman Anderson. Carol Goodsell, Mary Paullin, Pat Stuart. Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship is a nationwide organization of students from many different churches united in the conviction that college and university life can be meaningful through faith in Christ, and that spiritual growth is not only possible but essential. The officers for the year are Marvin Anderson, president; Lawrence Hodgson, vice president; Sally Smith, secretary; I 12 Bernice Skillman. treasurer; and Mr. Dan Block, sponsor.Lutheran Students Association Ltjt to right, stjtrJ: Dune Rude. Margaret Salrtrom. Karen Bergum, Judy Sivertson. Nancy Saltfrom. Doreen Scammon. Ltjt to right, treortd tow: Ted Richardson. Lawrence Hodgson. Caro! Gustalson, Jeanette Campbell. Jean Skillman, Norman Anderson. Rev. Fcuerstack. Lift to right, third row: Harry Campbell. Wayne Lcrsbak, Marvin Anderson. The Lutheran Students Association is a campus-wide organization for Lutheran students. Ever)- Sunday evening they have suppers at the church followed by Bible study and discussion. In the spring they have a chance to attend a spring retreat with other LSA's in Montana. Rev. Max Feuerstack is the advisor. Student Wives Left to right, knttling: Judy Thompson, Martha Fitzsimmons. Helen Reistad. Bonnie Gee. Ltjt to right, itcond row: Nanette Bull. Joyce Ouellette, Lois Myers. Penny Tash. Matey Carroll. Slyvia Hcikkila, Donna Delaney. Elaine Barone, Sharon Menti. Carol Weaver. Judy Pomeroy, Caro! Salmonsen. Mrs. William Straugh. sponsor. Ujt to right, third row: Janice Walsh. Kay Peterson. Darla Schiopen. Audrey Burton. Bonnie Talbott. Patsy Delaney. Elaine Dixon. Adrienne Eccdahl. Darlene Mugaas. Jeanine Hockhalter. Peggy Mums. Sue Combs. Catherine McClung. Carol Gerdes. Thea McKinney. Mrs. Frank Hoey, sponsor. Those not present when picture was taken are Andre Cowan, Sue Ann Malletta. Bonnie Lane. Nancy Eliason, Elizabeth Stevens. Linda Miller. Katy Kirschner. The Student Wives is an off-campus organization composed of the women whose husbands are attending Western. The regular meeting date is the third Wednesday of each month. The members take turns as hostesses. The activities for the year included a float for the Homecoming parade, bridge lessons, helping with the community March of Dimes, bake sales, a parcel post sale, white elephant raffle, pastry raffle, and a "P.H.T." (Putting Hubby Through) banquet, served by Saga Foods in the college dining room before the Junior Prom. Officers for this year arc Donna Delaney, president; Elaine Barone, vice president; Sharon Menti, secretary; Katy Kirschner, treasurer; Sylvia Hcikkila, social correspondent; Penny Tash, historian. The sponsors for the clutf are Mrs. Frank Hoey and Mrs. William Straugh.KZN Kappa Zeta Nu, organized in 1904, has the distinction of being Westerns oldest and only sorority. The girls who arc chosen for membership in the sorority must have a 2.65 grade point average the quarter before being considered for membership. Upper class women are considered for invitation fall quarter and freshman women spring quarter each year. KZN's goal is for further social relationships on campus. This year's social activities included the Christmas party for freshman girls, the annual dance with "Oriental Spring" as the theme, several get-togethers in the Home Economics room and Women's Residence Hall, and as a finale a banquet for the freshman initiates. This year's officers are Karen Bcrgum, president; Mary Ellen Truckncr, vice president; Shirley Webber, secretary; and Tonya Gustafson, treasurer. The sponsors arc Mrs. William Bruer, Miss Helen Formos, and Miss Georgia Mathews. Left to right, stated: Myrna Burroughs, Jo Ann Kovick. Mrs. William Bruer, Miss Georgia Mathews, Karen Bergum. Mary Ellen Truckncr. Tonya Gustafson. Shirley Webber. Bonnie Beck, Left to right, standing: Sisscl Oiestad, Michele Frost. Sandra Frazier. Linda Foote. Patti Lee. Rose Marie Wales, Judy Welsh, Donna George, Linda Smith, Sande White. Jean Hanson, Velma Wallace. Jane Duncan. Amber Lapham, Judy Ray. Carol Lemon, Jcri Lou Stoos. Janice Walsh, Karen Jensen. Eileen French. 114WRA Executive Board The Women's Recreation Association Executive Board acts as a governing group for women's activities on campus. Various units under the direction of the WRA are the Sports Club, which meets for participation in sports and recreational activities; the Pep Club, which strives to stimulate school spirit; the Drill Team, which performs at games and parades; PEMM Club, for PE majors and minors; and the Cheerleaders. WRA directs and supports many activities. This year, it took first place with its homecoming float, sponsored the traditional Sadie Hawkins Day Dance, and participated in and supported other activities on campus. The sale of "Western" sweatshirts is also a project of the WRA. An Awards Banquet is held each year the end of Spring Quarter at which time trophies and awards arc given to the Outstanding Senior, Outstanding Sophomore, Outstanding Basketball player, and Outstanding Baseball player. Officers are Jo Ann Kovick, president of the Executive Board and WRA; Eileen French, vice president; Myrna Burroughs, secretary; and Georgia Davison, treasurer. Representatives from various organizations arc Judy Ray, Pep Club; Margaret Salstrom, Sports Club; and Bonnie Beck. Drill Team. Miss Patricia Warcup is the WRA sponsor. Left to right. sitting. Myrna Burroughs, Jo Ann Kovick, Cato! French. Georgia Davison. Left to right, standing: Judy Ray, Margaret Salstrom. Miss Patricia Warcup. Bonnie Beck. Women’s House Council The Women's House Council organizes social activities held in the Residence Hall. The House Council members serve as representatives of all Residence Hall women. Once a girl has been elected to the Council, she is a member for life and may return to her duty whenever she lives in the Residence Hall. Left to right, front rou: Linda Foote, Sissel Oicstad, Paula Kelley. Christy Worring, Loi Moran. Left to right, hack row: Jan Pros'is. Carol Lemon. Donna George. Peggy Ktantz, Sally Hoey, Marian Hewitt. Judy Welsh. Joan Jonascn. Carol Huhta. Standing, hack row: Miss Georgia Mathews.Sadie Hawkins Day ROYALTY Jim Walsh was Li'l Abner; Gerogia Davidson was Daisy Mae; Carol Carey was the Queen of Dogpatch; Jack Anderson was the King of Dogpatch; Sue Ann Malctta and Joe Malctta were the Funniest Couple.Cheerleaders Left to right: Georgia Davison, Janet Silzly, Sharon Anderson. Sissel Oicstad, Judy Welsh, Merrilee Miller. The cheerleaders, elected by the student body, supported the WRA and athletic department, and backed by the pep club, band, Westernettes, and drum corps, have done a great job this year in creating spirit and sportsmanship. A new system was initiated in which Georgia Davison acted as cheer captain and Merrilee Miller as alternate cheerleader. Pep Club Front row. I. to r.: Janice McCallum, Janice Provis. Betty Moen, Judy Ray. Georgia Davison. Sissel Oistad, Judy Welsh. Second row, I. to r.: Sue Erwin. Mary Kay Tracy, Janet Silzly. Mary Jo Estes. Pat Pollard. Billie Jean Ries. Western's Pep Club is very important in the promotion of school spirit. It is the member’s duty to support our athletic teams. It is the main body behind the cheerleaders and gives support in yells and chants. This year they sold pop at the football and basketball games.Bonnie Beck, Captain Donna Eden, Lieutenant Ltjt to right: Shirley Webber, Tonya Gustafson. Mary Ellen Trudcner. Carol Braun. Left to right, kneeling: Donna Eden. Lieutenant: Judy Nagengast, Cecelia Rodriguez. Kay Barker. Karon Hofcldt, Walleyne Murphy. Paula Kelly. Lcanc Braun. Donna Reilly, Karen Soyland. Mary Flemming, Bonnie Beck. Captain. Second row: Michele Frost, Ivetta Stacy. Betty Moen. Lorraine Thompson. Marion Hewitt. Margaret Salstrom. Patti Lee. Phyllis Stevens. Sue Erwin. Maryellen Johnson. Billie Jean Reise. Junie Hanley. Helen Dingman. Donna Monroe. Third row: Tonya Gustafson, Mary Ellen Truckncr, Louise Morrow. Maty Kay Tracy, Carol Palmer. Pat Pollard. Carol Braun. Deva Munro, and Shirley Webber. 118PEMN Club Front row, left to right: Jude Kelley, Mary Jo E$tc . Georgia Davison. Sally Smith. Andrea Moretto, Eileen French. Myrna Burroughs. Merri-lee Miller. Back row: Judy Napcngast, Margaret Salstrom. Helen Dingmann, Tonya Gustafson. Mary Kay Tracy. Pat Pollard, Louise Morrow, Sue Erwin, Donna Monroe, Marion Hewitt, Paula Kelley. Walleyne Murphy. Forensics Seated: Lowell Nelson, Louise Davis, Bill Twogood, John Fadness. Standing: Joe Ayers. Dwain Sell. Rex Jensen. Martin Brccky, Tom Schey, Ed Zink. Frank Hayes, and Mr. Ccbull. W.M.C.E. Forensic Association Limited intercollegiate competition hampered the progress of the Forensic Association during the 1962-1963 year; at the time the 1963 Chinook goes to press. Western’s speech students have participated in only one major speech tournament, the Treasure State Speech Tournament, January 17-19, at Montana State College, Bozeman. However, before the present year is over, two additional tournaments will mark the Forensic year. Scheduled for the first weekend in April is the Montana State Speech Tournament to be held at Rocky Mountain College in Billings. On April 25-27 Western will have a representation at the annual Northwest Tau Kappa Alpha Speech Tournament at Montana State University, Missoula. Western’s speech students brought their 1961-1962 speech activities to a conclusion by participating in the Montana State Speech Tournament at the Montana School of Mines in Butte on March 30-31, 1962, and at the Northwest Tau Kappa Alpha Tournament at Missoula during the last weekend in April. Shirley Smith and Merle Devoe were finalists in extemporaneous speaking and in oratory in the latter competition. A new speech activity of the year was the Montana Students Forum at which time college students from the various Montana institutions discussed current local, state, and national problems for statewide radio broadcasts. Joe Ayres and Bill Two-good represented Western in these discussions. Merle DeVoe was announced the 1962 winner of the annual Sponson’s Medal for his speech contributions to the Association and to Western Montana College.Western’s ”M” Club Western’s "M” Club is an organization of men who have earned a letter in a major sport, and participated in what always proves to be a very "interesting” initiation held in the spring. The "M" Club is a very active organization on campus sponsoring various dances and floats. As a tradition, the "M” Club selects candidates for the Homecoming Queen who is crowned during halftime of the Homecoming football game. In the spring each athlete awaits anxiously for his opportunity to whitewash the "M” during the annual VM” Day. Coach Bill Straugh is the sponsor of the club. The officers for 1963-64 arc Jack Gillespie, president; Pat Del-gcr, vice president; Rick Cadieux, secretary. Ltjt to right, jirtt row: Jim Bennetts, Cliff Neighbors. Rick Cadieux, Walter Musgrovc. Fred Solmonsen. Mick Delaney. Butch Donavon. Bob Nielson, Jim Nctz. Ltjt to right, jtcond row: Jack Gchring, Dan French. Delvin Carrol, Dick Maroney. Dick Doyle, Jack Gillespie, Bob Rowlings, Larry Baldwin. Ltjt to right, third row: Chuck Johns, Larty Schmautz. Jack Nielson, Tom Heisler. George Bcntly, Bud Talbot. Ltjt to right, fourth row: ferry Smith, Bill Fowler Bobby Jo Sullivan, Pat Dclgcr, Harry Martz, Fred Cobcll, Gary McMorris. Bud Schumao.Industrial Arts Club Ltft to right, fiat row: Leonard Benjamin, Dennis Fisher. Dick Maroncy, Myles Carpenter, LeRoy Cook, Mr. Clay Anders. Lift to right, hack row: Ted Richardson, Ron Bennett, Bill Stevens, Fred McDonald. Western's Industrial Arts Club is open to all students who arc seeking cither a major or minor in Industrial Arts and who desire a more fully-rounded knowledge of that field. The club is independently financed by completing and selling various articles. The money is used for field trips to industrial sites both in and out of the state. Examples of this year's co-operative efforts by club members included a truck winch and display frames; also the club sponsored college dances and a car wash. The I.A. Club sponsored, for the first time, a homecoming float which took second place among organizational competition. Mr. Clay Anders, club sponsor, often lends a guiding hand whenever needed. The 1962-63 officers were LeRoy Cook, president; Myles Carpenter, vice president; Ron Bennett, secretary; and Fred McDonald, treasurer. 121Student Education Association The Student Education Association is the professional organization on campus for prospective teachers. This organization gives students an opportunity to participate in the MEA and NEA and entitles them to the MEA and NEA journals. Among the many activities carried on by SEA to familiarize students with the teaching profession have been a student-teaching panel discussion, guest speakers, bulletin boards, and participation in the State Conventions held in October and the Delegate Assembly in March. Besides being fun, social activities are important because they bring school spirit to Western. A Christmas Fireside, a Betty Coed and Joe College contest, and numerous dances for the student body were sponsored by the SEA. The club project was hosting the Future Teachers of America group from Livingston. Officers for the school year of 1962-63 arc Peggy McEnancy, president; Tom Erdie, vice presiednt; Carol Braun, secretary; Tom Henderson, treasurer, and Sandra Frazier, state director. Sponsor for the sixty-five member group is Dr.-Wesley Caspers. 1221912 Class Reunion During Spring quarter of 1962, the class of 1912 held a reunion at Western Montana College. Of the twenty-seven who graduated from Montana State Normal College, ten returned for the gathering. These graduates had a strong loyalty to Western and to their profession. Of all the memories of their years spent at Montana State Normal College, they treasured their Residence Hall experiences most of all. It was interesting to learn how many of them had gone on to school and how many years each had taught. Those who had not been back to the campus were quite impressed with the growth and improvements of Western's campus since their graduation. Front row, sitting: Lena Tintinger Watson, Helen Oblaendcr Sparing, Florence Walsh Ogden, Ada Hurd McLeod, Lucy Taylor Winslow. Second row, standing: Genevieve Albertson. Elizabeth Sutherland Davis, Priscilla Rcnwick Trzcinski, Elizabeth Saurer Ross. Marguerite Kolbcnson Anderson. "It has been said that one should look back and review, then look ahead and plan. I am sure that the graduates of 1912 (grandmothers and retired teachers though we be) arc not so rooted in the past that they cannot join with the class of 1962 in loyalty to their alma mater. While we graduates of yesteryear continue to honor the past, we shall also continue to serve the future."Western’s annual Go Day was held on Wednesday October 10, 1962. Though the weather was a bit on the nippy side, many students and faculty members turned out for the event. Tag football, basketball, volleyball, and swimming highlighted the sports activities of the day and a noon meal was served beside the tennis courts by the Saga Food Service. Rich Silzly’s crew played for the dance at the SUB that evening to complete the eventful day’s activities.SportsCoaches BILL STRAUGH Bill graduated from Western in 1935. After his graduation he was employed at Glasgow, Montana, where he had five productive years of coaching. He came back to Western's campus as head coach of all three sports in 1940. He obtained his Master's degree at the University of Montana in Missoula in 1946. He spent three years in the Naval Air Corps. He is now a retired USNR Lieutenant Commander. He has coached for 20 years at Western and has a very fine record. His success has been as a basketball coach here at Western. His teams have produced so efficiently for him that he has obtained national recognition for his coaching ability. His overall basketball record is 306 wins against 176 losses. This year he will add Baseball to his list of coaching tasks. FRANK HOLY Frank graduated from Montana State College at Bozeman where he was an outstanding football and baseball player. He came to Western in the fall of 1958 as an assistant football coach and head baseball coach. During his years as an assistant, Frank contributed a great deal to athletes on the Western Campus. He produced very fine baseball teams. Last year he was promoted to head football coach upon the resignation of Sam McCormick. This fall Frank had a chance to put his coaching techniques to work, and this is what he did. In this first year of head coaching, his ballclub rolled to its second straight MCC championship. They had a very impressive 6 and 1 record. Their only loss was to Weber College in Ogden, Utah. He will also guide the Western Montana College track team as they tty to defend their crown as MCC track champions. CECIL KENT Cecil is the newest coach here at Western. This is his first year of coaching on Western's campus. His tasks include assistant football and assistant track coach. He graduated from Montana State College where he was a star in football. One of Cecil’s most memorable experiences was playing in the Aluminum Bowl in 1956. Before coming to Western Cecil had taught and coached at the State Industrial School in Miles City, Montana. He had a very fine record there and Western is proud to have him instructing the fine athletes on this campus. The students of Western would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to these three coaches. They have made the athletes of Western better people physically, emotionally, mentally, and socially. 126Football From row, I. to r.: Jerry Kirschncr, Larry Baldwin, Fred Salmonscn, Rick Cadicux, Joe Mallctta, Mick McKinney, Larry Veis, Dale Combs, Shawn Davis, Manager. Second row, I. to r.: Head Coach, Frank Hoey, Bob Murray, Dick Maroncy, Gary McMorris, Ken Cope, Jim Nctz, Pat Delger, Butch Donovan, Bob Neilscn, Jem' Fitzsimmons, Gordon Pauly, George Bcntly, Allen Weasa, Dick Menti, Jack Gillespie, Jack Neilscn, Asst. Coach, Cecil Kent. Back row, I. to r.: Jim Bennetts, Harry Martz, Bud Shuman. Butch Cobell, Ed Wright, Jim Sumner, Cliff Neighbor, Dick Doyle, Mick Delaney, Jerry Sonnemaker, Wayne Allen, Dan Palin, Tom Hcislcr. Football Record 1962 OPPONENT WMC Idaho State College JV’s 7 9 Carroll College, Helena 13 20 Montana School of Mines, Butte 6 41 Eastern Montana College, Billings 6 26 Northern Montana, Havre 6 26 Rocky Mountain College 0 42 Weber College, Ogden, Utah 28 0 8 0-JV Game Bulldogs of 1962 The Western Montana College Bulldogs drove to their second straight Montana Collegiate Conference Championship under their newly-appointed head coach, Frank Hoe)’. Mr. Hoey was assisted by Cecil Kent. Both coaches worked together and molded the Bulldogs into one of the finest ball clubs in the history of the school. Western's final standings were 6 wins and 1 loss. The mighty Westerners plunged to victory in their first five conference games to remain undefeated in league play. Their only loss during this successful season to the hands of the Weber Wildcats from Ogden, Utah. Western’s Junior Varsity suffered a defeat to the yearlings from Montana State University. 1271st TEAM DICK MENTI—185 lb. wing back from Great Falls. Montana. Dick is an outstanding runner and or.e of the team’s finest defensive men. He is also an excellent extra point kicker. 1st TEAM jack GILLESPIE—190 lb. end from Helena. Montana. This is Jack’s second year on the .First Team All-Conference team. His pass catching ability enabled him to lead the conference in that department. 1st TEAM IM NETZ—190 lb. quarterback rom Hardin. Montana. Jim was the leading passer in the conference and placed high also in the rushing department. All- Conference Selections 1st TEAM PAT DELGER—185 lb. guard from Townsend. Montana. Pat was the spearhead of champion Bulldogs. He is noted for his excellent blocking and his fine defensive play. BUD SHUMAN—220 lb center from Wolf Point. Montana. Bud is also a repeater of last years First Team. Bud is noted for his key blocks in the middle of the line and for his tough defense. 1st TEAM ED WRIGHT—215 lb. tackle from White Sulphur Springs, Montana. Ed was one of the biggest players in the conference and he proved that he could handle his size well. He proved ‘to be a tough wall for opponents to get through- 1st TEAM BUD TALBOT—190 lb. fullback from Great Falls. Montana. Bud is one of the teams most sersatile athletes. Besides being an outstanding fullback, he is the team’s punter and placckicker. 2nd TEAM JERRY KIRSCHNER—175 lb. Hard from Kalispell. Montana, try was an outstanding line-cker and pulling guard. His quick speed presented the opponent's from scoring on end runs. HONORABLE MENTION JERRY FITZSIMMONS—200 lb. halfback from Dillon. Montana. Fitz was noted for his hard running. He toted the ball for huge chunks of yardage when the Bulldogs' needed it most.LINEMAN LINEMAN Tom Heisler Harry Martz LINEMAN Wayne Allen LINEMAN Dale Combs LINEMAN Ray Cyr LINEMAN AI Weasa LINEMAN Mick Delaney LINEMAN Don Palin LINEMAN Butch Cobell LINEMAN Jack Gchring LINEMAN Jim SumnerLINEMAN Gordon Pauly LINEMAN Bill Donovan LINEMAN Gary McMorris LINEMAN Fred Salmonsen LINEMAN LINEMAN LINEMAN Dan Corcoran Dick Moroney Dick Doyle LINEMAN LINEMAN LINEMAN LINEMAN Kenneth Cope George Bcntly Larry Baldwin Jim BennettsLINEMAN LINEMAN BACK BACK Cliff Neighbor Larry Veis Bob Neilsen Wavnc Hamms back back back Jack Neil sen Mick McKinney Rick Cadieux BACK Bob Murray BACK Bob Burk BACK Bill Ryan BACK Joe MallettaBasketball 1962-1963 Left to right, front rou•: Merilcc Miller, Janet Silzly, Georgia Davison, Sharon Anderson, Judy Welsh. Absent when picture was taken. Sisscl Oiestad. Left to right, back row: Wayne I.ersbak, Bob Sullivan, Floyd Bastrom, Chuck Johns, Dick Ferris, Jack Sil-Iiker, Larry Schmautz, Dick Silberman, Gerald Jones, Gary McMorris. Schedule OPPONENT WMC W-L Nov. 20 Carroll College in Dillon 74 57 0-1 30 Westminster, Salt Lake 77 68 0-2 1 Westminster, Salt Lake 79 63 0-3 6 Seattle Pacific in Seattle 79 44 0-4 7 Western Washington at Bellingham 65 46 0-5 8 Western Washington at Bellingham 91 43 0-6 10 St. Martin's at Olympia 83 78 0-7 11 Central Washington at Ellensburg 90 81 0-8 21 Weber College in Dillon 83 73 0-9 28 Tourn. at Anaconda (Idaho St.) 82 70 0-10 29 Tourn. at Anaconda (Carroll) 76 71 0-11 Jan. 4 Westminster in Dillon 59 86 1-11 5 Westminster in Dillon .. 60 67 2-11 8 Mines in Dillon 43 103 3-11 u 59 86 4-11 18 Rocky at Billings 86 81 4-12 19 Eastern at Billings 86 62 4-13 if 22 Mines at Butte 60 106 5-13 25 Northwest Nazarenc at Nampa, Ida. 76 69 5-14 26 Northwest Nazarene at Nampa, Ida 87 65 5-15 Fcb. 2 Eastern in Dillon 77 65 5-16 8 Northern at Havre 77 66 5-17 if 9 Carroll at Helena - 90 59 5-18 if L6 86 95 6-18 if 23 Carroll in Dillon 74 63 6-19 132 Conference TOTALS 1901 1767 6-19Basketball Players The 1962-1963 Bulldogs were a rather new and inexperienced ballclub. However, under the guidance of head coach, Bill Straugh, the team showed promise of becoming one of the threats in the conference. Most of the boys arc Sophomores and Freshmen; therefore their experience and desire will be put to use in the following years. The Bulldogs were noted to be one of the most improved teams in the conference. BOB SULLIVAN—5‘H” guard from Anaconda. This is Bob’s first year of varsity ball after playing intramural ball last year. Bob is an excellent defensive man. His nine-point average this year proved that he will be of great value on next year’s team. He scored a total of 217 points. DICK FERRIS—sophomore forward from Dillon. Dick transferred from Carroll to play ball for the Bulldogs. He has done a fine job and is recognized as one of the team’s toughest rebounders. He garnered a total of 102 points. His rebound ability has marked him as a potential starter on next year’s Bulldog team. ALL CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM DICK SII.BERMAN—sophomore guard from Great Falls. After playing Freshman ball at MSC Dick transferred to Western last spring quarter to be eligible this year. He earned the honor of being the only Western Montana ball player to gain a berth on the First Team All-Conference selections. His 16-point average and his 150 rebounds give a good indication of how he gained this honor. He garnered a total of 392 points. Although this year's Bulldogs only collected a 6 and 19 record, they can be highly commended for a fine job. Next year will find them one of the top contenders in the conference. GARY McMORRIS—junior guard from Sidney, is one of the hustling guards of the team. He is a fine defensive man and a real outside threat. He collected 21 points seeing only limited action. He shows promise of being a great guard on next year’s team. JACK SILLIKER—freshman center from Whitcfish. Jack started the season out rathet slow, but began to step up his place later in the season. He is a dangerous post man and has proved his ability as a great reboundcr. He pulled down a total of 172 rebounds and collected a total of 214 points with a nine-point average.LARRY SCHMALTZ—soph-omorc forward from Missoula. Larry played on last year's Bulldogs and was noted as a very good defensive man. This year he was one of the best defensive men on the team. He is a very dangerous outside shooter. He earned a total of 300 points and shot 43% from the field. His 12-point average shows why he is rated as a threat on next year's team. FLOYD BASTRUM—freshman forward from Hardin. Floyd joined up with the Bulldogs during the holiday vacation and proved to be a big asset to the Western squad. He scored 29 points and pulled down 17 rebounds. He shot a terrific 75% from the field and has proved himself to be a top performer for next season. He saw only limited action. Basketball Players ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION CHUCK JOHNS—sophomore center from North Bend, Oregon. Charlie is one of the taller men on the squad. He has proved that he handles his height well by being the team's top rebounder. He pulled down 188 rebounds and collected 216 points for a nine points per game average. He earned a berth on the All-Conference honorable mention team. 1962-1963 GERALD JONES—senior guard and forward from Dillon. This is Gerald's third year on the varsity and he is an excellent shot and an excellent driver. He scored 61 points and pulled down 95 rebounds. He played terrific ball in the latter part of the season and raised his average to seven points per game. WAYNE LERSBAK—fresh-man forward from Glasgow. Wayne worked hard for membership on the fighting Bulldogs and proved to be a possible scoring threat on next year's squad. He started out his career by scoring 15 points.Basketball Summary 1962-1963 A M A M TP F AV. RB Larry Schmautz 30$ 132 .43 55 36 .65 300 65 12 67 Charles Johns 216 88 .41 68 40 .59 216 65 9 188 Dick Silberman 338 138 .41 156 116 .74 392 61 16 150 Dick Ferris 113 38 .34 63 26 .41 102 55 5 66 Bobby Sullivan 238 91 .38 62 35 .56 217 24 9 42 Gerald Jones 128 53 .41 66 40 .61 146 61 7 93 Jack Si Hiker 181 73 .40 108 68 .63 214 45 9 172 Floyd Bastrom 12 9 .75 16 11 .70 29 7 14 Wayne Lersbak 11 6 .55 7 3 .43 15 4 i ■ Gary McMorris 38 8 .21 8 5 .63 21 16 7 Others 136 46 .34 41 24 .59 116 43 53 TEAM TOTALS 1708 682 .40 649 403 .62 1767 448 70.7 861 Opponents 1823 777 .43 582 347 .60 1901 488 76.0 Season's record C -19 Conference record 1963 4 -6 Conference results since 1940 153 wins, 57 losses 72.9% All games since 1940 306 wins, 176 losses 63.5% All-Conference First Team Bill Drum Eastern All-Conference Second Team Ron Darcy Joe Rinella Carroll ..Eastern Bill Lowncy Haney Mumford Carroll Don Miller 1 Northern Frank Sopko Dick Silberman Rich Burns Western .. Carroll Jim Noenning Eastern All-Conference Honorable Mention Chuck Johns Ron Nelson Larry Clause Rocky Stan Holmquist Dean Morigeau Bob Drew Larry Former Chuck Hereim Eastern 135Baseball — 1962 Uft to right, back row: Jack Gehring, Laurie Nelson, Chuck Johns. Bob Rowling, Joe Slovacck, Coach Frank Hocy. eft to right, front row: Jerry Smith, Bob Kovacich, Rick Cadieux. Jim Costello, Bill Fowler, Mick Harrington. Baseball Record Opponents WMC Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho 5 2 Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho 2 8 Montana State College, Bozeman 12 4 Montana State College, Bozeman 5 4 Northern Montana College, Havre 4 13 7 6 Rocky Mountain College, Billings . ... 4 6 Montana Mines, Butte 7 6 Montana Mines, Butte 3 2 Montana State College, Bozeman 1 4 Montana State College, Bozeman 3 I About the Bulldogs — 1962 The Western Montana College Bulldogs under mentor, Frank Hoc}', did a very excellent job this season. Although they were young and inexperienced, the Westerners displayed terrific ability in hitting, fielding, and base running. As a team the)’ tallied 62 runs, while their opponents collected only 48. The Bulldogs hit a .242 percentage. Their opponents hit .211. Western struck out 52 times, while their opponents struck out 66 times. The leading hitter of the team was Big Joe Slovacck with a blazing .345 average. He was followed by Mick Harrington with a .324 average. 136Straps Left to right, front row: Russell Brazill, Bill Herbolich, Clair Bradshaw, and Hugh Ouellette. Left to right, back row: Don Tash, Jerry Heikkila, Glen Shcron, and Rodney Churchwell. Left to right, front row: Jack N'eilsen. Rick Cadieux, Jim Netz, and Walt Musgrovc. Left to light, back row: Boh Ncilsen, Bill Fowler, Bud Shuman. Dick Jonascn. and Dick Doyle. Whips Intramural Basketball 1962-1963 Northwesterners Left to right, front row: Jack Gehring, George Bauer, and Jerry Smith. Left to right, back row: Walt Currie, Bob Frank, Jerry Delaney, and Neil Bauer. Woff’s J eft to right, front row: Frank Stanchficld, Jim Walsh, Bill Cox. Rich Silzly, and Gary Pace. Left to right, back row: Jim Sullivan, Bill Masella, Terry Montgomery, and Don Douglas.Left to right, front row: Al Weasa, Joe Masolo. and Jack Anderson. Left to right, back row: Bill Heyden, Dale Sal-men, Tom Erdic, and Bill Flcchscnhar. Willey’s Left to right, front row: Don Scars, and Tom Stage. Left to right, back row: Dwain Sell, Wayne Allen. Lloyd Willey, and Larry Vcis. Eight Tournament Teams Pretenders Left to right, front tow: Glen Petty, Laurie Nelson, Chuck Jackson, and Roy Inbody. Left to tight. back row: Joho Connole, Pat Rogers, Ron Bennett, and Jerry Asay. The 1962-1963 Intramural Program was opened with a Pre-Christmas tournament. This tournament determines the ability of various teams, and places them in the proper division. This year there were 18 teams represented by 175 men. Two divisions were constructed with nine teams in each division. During the season, the teams played regular conference or division games. When the season ended, the squads participated in another tournament to determine the champions. Five teams were selected from the Upper Division and three were selected from the Lower Division. The champions of this year's Intramural play were the powerful Whips. The games were very satisfactorily officiated by Coach Bill Straugh’s basketball officiating class. Intramural teams are composed of many great high school cage stars from the state of Montana. The games provide the best of basketball and a few added thrills. No Picture for Savage 7. 13aTrack - 1962 Left to right, from row: Jerry Bennett, Jerry Fitzsimmons. Jack Gillespie, Cliff Neighbor. Left to right, second row: Larry Lewis. Hank Elliot. Larry Dunlap, Dennis Miller, Dan French. Left to right, back row: Walt Musgrove, Bill Taylor, Del Carroll. Ed Wright, Maicr Miller, Larry Kicckbusch. The Champions The Spring of 1962 found the Bulldog's mighty trackmen roll to another Montana Collegiate Conference Championship. The Western cindermen smothered the other MCC teams by collecting a blazing 60 points. Eastern was next with 37l 2 points. Eight first places were copped by the Bulldogs. Two of them were by Maicr Miller of Big Timber, and two were by Larry Lewis of Helena. Western was graced with some fine Freshmen talent this year. Heading the list was Cliff Neighbor, a fine young hurdler from Harlowton. All year long he was a threat to his opponents in the low and high hurdles. In the Conference track meet he literally ran away with the low hurdles. His time was 26 seconds flat. Other first places were won by Jack Gillespie of Helena, Jerry Bennett of Ronan, Jerry Fitzsimmons of Dillon, and Walt Musgrove of White Sulphur Springs. Qualified for Nationals Jerry Fitzsimmons Cliff Neighbor Maicr Miller Jerry Bennett Walt Musgrove 139140HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF BECOMING A TEACHER? 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Bradley, Robert Earl .. Cobell, Fred Carl 129, 127. 120 Brauer, Carl William Colleary, Margaret Anne . 74. 109 Braun, Carol Louise Combs. Dale Walter 74. 129. 127 Braun. Leanne Marie Comer. Albert L. Jr. 25 Brazil 1, Russell Dean Ccnnole, James Steven 51 Brekke, Martin Staley - 137 Connole. John Patrick Brockman. Robert A Connors. Karen Anne 74 Brookhart, Glen W. Conover. Sandra B. Brown. Conger E. Conrow, Clark Edward 39 Cook. Clarence LeRoy 51. 98. 121 162Coombs. Darrel F. .... Cope, Kenneth A. Corcoran. Dan J. ........ Corkins, Gary C.............. Cornell, Craig Roscoc ....... Cornell, Teddy Correa, Richard Lee ......... Cottet. Harold Scott ........ Cowan. Darrell Raymond Cox, Dennis Dale Cox. William C. Crowley, Sariann ........ Crum, Keith Michael Cruson. Gary Gordon ......... Cunliffe, John Hans Currie, Walt F. Cyr, Raymond R............... Dahl, Clarence E. Jr......... Dahlman. Floyd Davis. Gary Franklin Davis, Louise Elaine Davis. Shawn H. Davison. Georgia Ann Decker, Janet Eileen ........ Dedman. Montana Deglow, Laura Ann Delaney, George Thomas Delaney, Jerry B............. Delaney, Michael F........... Delgcr. Pat C................ DeMarios. Thomas R. Dickerson. Dennis C.......... Dingmann. Helen K. Dixon, Virgil Ray ........... Donovan, William J. ..... Doty, Gene Carl ............. Douglas, Donald A. Douglas. Gary Vernon ........ Dowling. Edward H............ Doyle, Richard Lee Drager, Eugene Royal Dreikosen. Gary I............ Duke, Frank David Duncan, Ida Duncan. Irene Cave .... ..... Duncan. Kathryn J. Durocher. John Wayne Dutton. Ruth Alta Dwyer, Larry J............... Dye. Gerald A. Dye, Teddy Joe Dyer, Forrest Lancer ........ Eden. Donna Marie Egedahl, Ray C. Eliason. Alan Joel Eliason. Lyle Bruce Elliott, Henry Edwin Ellis, Carla Elizabeth Erdie, John Jay ............. Erdie, Thomas Kenneth Erwin, Sue B. ........ Estes, Mary Jo E............. 39. 130. 127 39, 104. 130 . 74 25 ...........................74 52. 137 ...........................25 ...........................52 26 137 ...........10, 71, 74, 129 .......................... 39 39 74 .......39. 102, 119 94. 104, 127 52. 132, 115, 116. 117. 119 .......................... 75 ...... 26. 52 52, 137 129, 127. 120 128. 127, 120 52 52. Ill, 118, 119 52 130. 127, 120 75 .....137 ... 53, 130. 127, 120, 137 53 45 .......... 26 26. 94. Ill, 114 98. Ill ....... 98 75 .... 75 ..53. ns .......26 39 ...................... 39. 139 26. Ill 40. 138 ............75. 117, 118, 119 .................53, 117, 119 Fadness. John Richard 98. 119 Ferris, Richard F 53. 132. 133 75 Fisher, Dennis Lowell 53. 121 Fitzsimmons. Jerry C 128. 127, 139 Fitzsimmons. Martha A. . 26. 113 Fitzsimmons, Zcna 26 Flechsenhar. William G. 76. 138 Fleming, Mary Louise 76, ill, 118 Fogarty, Eugene B. 27 Foote. Linda Annette 11, 36, 40, ill, 114, 115 Foster. Eva Denton 54, 104 54 Foster. Roy Arthur 40. 104 Foust, lames Russell Fowler, William Lane 40, 136, 120, 137 54, 109 Frazer, Paulette Fay 54, 98. 112 Frazier, Sandra Louise 54, 97. 114 Fredrickscn, Wayne J. 54 Freebourn. Mary Jane 54 54, 115 French. E. Dan 55, 112, 120, 139 French. T. Eileen 55. 112, 114. 119 76 55 Frost. Michele Ann 55. Ill, 114, 118 55 76 Gaasch. Pete Andy Gardner. Patricia Ruth 55. 109, 111 Gately, Edward F. 55. Ill Gavin. Janice Marie 55, 112 76 Gehring, Jack Lee 56. 136, 129, 120, 137 George. Donna Lee 27, 114, 115 56 Giem, Marcia Viola 76. 112 Gilbert Wilbur G. 76 Gillespie. Jack C. 10. 27, 94. 128, 127, 120, 139 104 Good sell. Carol Jean 76, 97. 112 40 Green, Thomas Kelly 27 77 Gustafson. Carol Jean 11, 40, 112, 113 Gustafson. Carol Jean 11, 40. 112, 113 Gustafson. Eleanor E. 77. 96 Gustafson. Tonya Irene 10. 11, 40, 114, 118. 119 Hamilton, Betty Jane 77. 112 Hamilton. L. Rosemary 56; 112 Hams. Vester Wayne 77, 131 Handley, Lyle Lee 77 163Hanley, June Marie ................ Hansen. Gil F...................... Hanson, Paul G..................... Hanson, Shirley Jean........... Harper, James Larry ............... Harrington, Susan Jean ............ Harris, Terry ..................... Hartman. Bernard I................. Harvey. Douglas Wayne ............ Hash, Kenneth Edward ...... Hash, Marion Francis .............. Haug, Elizabeth K.................. Hayden, James Roy................ Hayes, Francis F................... Hayworth, Herbert ................. Heard. Edward A. ... Heath. Norman Edward .. Hcgstad, Spencer S. Heikkila, Gerald L. ... Hcgstad. Spencer S. . Heikkila, Sylvia H. .. Heisler, Thomas R. ... Henderson, Thomas G............... Hcrbolich. Bill Eugene . Hcrseim, Amil R. .. Hcttcrick, William James .......... Hewitt. Marion Kay .... Hill, J- Ray ...................... Hochhaltcr, Dennis Elroy .......... Hodgson. Lawrence D............... Hofcldt. Karon Rose ............... Holgren, Brian Robert ............. Holland, Jack ....... Hollensteincr, Charles F........... Holman. Bob Richard Holmes, Dennis Glen ......... Holt. Joseph Orr.................. Holtct. John Anton Hord, Erma Blaine ... Howard, Charlotte Ann ............ Hoye, Sally Lou Hugulet, Henry Louis.............. Hugulet, William LcRoy ........... Huhta, Carol Elaine ... Hull, Larry Ray Hunt, Howard C.................... Hunt, Wesley Bill ............. Hunter, Elsie Lois ............... Hunter, Shirley H....... Inbody, Roy George ............... Jackson, Charles T................ James, Albert N. .. James, Louise C. .. Jcnkin, Thomas Edward ......... Jennings. Nellie Marie .......... Jennings. Ronald I.cc ............ Jensen. Nels Harvey .. Jensen, Rex King ................. Jenson. Karen Elaine Jesscn, Sally Jo ................. Jewett, Gar ' Lee Johns, Charles Andrew ........... .........56. Ill, 118 ....................56 ...............56, 114 ...............40, 112 .................... 56 ................... 57 .................... 57 ...............57, 112 .... 98. Ill, 119 .................57 ................. 27 .....27. 110, 111 ............36, 41, 137 ..........36, 41, 137 .......77. 113 ..........77, 129. 120 .................... 4l ........41, 137 78. 115, 118, 119 57 ..........41. 112, 113 ................78. 118 ......................27 ..................... 27 .................... 41 .................. 78 .................... 41 .....................41 ................78, 97 ...............41. 115 .................... 78 78, 115 ...............78, 102 .....................57 .................... 78 ......28 79. 138 79. 138 28 79 42, 110 28 57, 114 ....................58, 98 58. 102 58, 132, 134, 136. 120 Johnson, Alice Louise ............... Johnson, Diane Louise ............... Johnson, Judith Ann ................. Johnson. Marycllen ......................- Johnston. Frank K. Jonascn. Joan M.................-......... Jonascn. Richard A........................ Jones, Bernard Lyle ...................... Jones, Gerald Lester ..................... Jones, Helen Jean Janet .................. Jones, Karen Maurine ..................... Jones, Norman Robert ..........-.......... Jones, Thomas Evan ....................... Jose, John Richard ....................... Jucrgens, Corabel D....................... Kelly, Paula Francis ................. 80, Kelly, Jude ...................... Kelly. Margaret Carol .................... Kelly, Nancy Ann ......................... Kelly, William R. Keltz. Dave C. Kemper, Jane Sophia ...................... Kendall. Glenda Lee ...................... Kennedy, Alice Mary .........-............ Kent. Cecil N............................. Killian. Gary DeWayne..................... Kins. Judy Etna .......................... Kirschner, Gerald B....................... Knight, LcRoy Chas....................-... Knodel. Harold Raymond ................... Kovacich. Robert J........................ Kovick. Jo Ann ........................... Kovick, Ron James ........................ Krantz, Peggy Marie ...................... Krctzcr, Mary L........................... Kron, Charles Bruce ...........-.......... Kuecks, Robert Paul ...................... Kuecks. Ronald Henry ...........-........ Kutz. Gertrude J............-............. Laden, Ella Mueller ..................... Laden. Jack ...........-................. Laird. Jerry Archie ..................... Lalonde. Janet C. ........... Lane, Fredric Michael ................... .........79. 102 ..........79, 112 ........ 79, 112 .........79, 118 ....... 58. 115 .10. 28, 95. 137 ................42 ...28, 132, 134 .........79 .............28 .........42, 102 ............. 98 115, 118, 119 42. 119 ............. 58 ..............42 ............. 28 ...58 .............80 ...28. 128, 127 ........29, 138 ........42, 136 —29, 114, 115 ----11, 42, 111 .............115 29 80 ....42, 80, 102 .............102 ........ 29. Ill .... 58 ........ 43. 106 Lane. Ronald D............ Langdon, Carole Rac ...... Lapham, Amber Elaine .... Larson, James Gordon ..... Lavindcr, Dwain Joseph Lavinder, Frank Gordon Leathers, Lewis B......... LcDuc, John Lawrence ..... Lee. Patricia Jayne ....... Lemelin. Robert James ..... Lemon. Carol Jean ........ Icnarz, Christie L........ Lersbak, Wayne Francis..... Lewis, Arthur John ....... Lewis, Larry A............ Lewis. William John ...... Lewison, Bonnie Irene Licnemann. Paul F......... ......................... 43 ..........................80 ...............59, 110, 114 .......................... 59 ........................ 80 .......43. 98. Ill, 114, 118 .......10, 43, 106, 114, 115 ......................... 43 ......-... 80. 132. 134, 113 ..........................80 ..........................139 .......................... 59 ....... 81. 104 ..................... 59, 112 164•29. 95 101 45 29 29 59. 102 29 81. 102 ....44 81 ....44 59 60 ...81 ....65 59 Likes. Charles V......................... Lindquist, Jean Marie ................... I.itel, Suzanne .................................... Livengood, Bonita Marie ..................... 81, Lohman, Thomas F....................................... Long, John T................................. Lorentzcn, Jessie ........................... Louis, Lyle Paul ............................ Love, Larry Lee ............................. Lovell, Beverly Ann ......................... Lovell, M. Maxine ........................... Lovell, Willard Francis ....................._ Lucero, Walter Leroy ........................ Lueck, David Jack ........................... I.undborg, Alan Dean ........................ Lyman, Crescencc M........................... Lyndcs, John J............................... MacDonald, Jeanette T........................ Magee, David Charles ........................ Magera. Carmen Dorcnc ....................... Magstadt, Ron Louis ......................... Malesich, Martin Ronald ..................... Mallctta, Joe DcLyle .........23, 30. 95. 131. 127, 116 Mailctta, Sue Ann .........................30, 113, 116 Malycvac, Robert ................................... 30, 111 Marinos. Charles Gus ................................30. Ill Marklcy, Chester R. Jr............................... 81 Maroncy, Richard L.........-.......59. 130. 127, 120, 121 Martz. Harry Clair 81. 129, 127. 120 Marvin. Harley Rudolph ............................... Masella, Wm. Carmine ................................60, 137 Masolo, Joe A.................................. 44, 138 Mason. Donna Rae .......................... Mattingly, Leoan M............................ Mattson, Saundra J......................... May, Clifford W............................ McAllister, Larry R........................ McAlpin, "Edward J.................................... McCallum, Janice N.................-...... 82, 104, 117 McCarthy. Charles F........................ McCarthy. Michael ......................... McClung. Lawrence D. ...................... McConnell, Clarence Don ................... McCulloch. Nancy Marie .........-.......... McDermott, Anthony R....................... McDonald. Fred Bernard ......................- McEnaney. Margaret Ann ...................... McGahen. David Edwin ........................ McGee. Margaret Ann .......... ...-.......... McGinnis. N. Michael ........................ McHugh, John Raymond ........................... Mclntire. Karen Marie ....................... McKinney. Bcrna R....................... -.. McKinney. Dorothea Ruth ..................... McKinney. Larry LaVem ....................... .. McKinney, Mick Merle ....................... 82, 131, 127 McKinley. Susan Lee —.......................... 82, 97 McLaren. Robert Gene ..................... McMorris, Gary Jay ....... 44. 130, 132. 133. 127, 120 McMurchy, Jack Willard .......................... 61. Ill McNally, Colleen M. ...................... McNeilly, John William ............................... 66 44 44. 110 ....-..81 30. Ill 30 60 82. 97 82 121 60. Ill 60 82 60 II, 44 60. 98 60. 113 44 McQuirk. Mike Edward ................................ 6i Meeds, Albert Lee Mcine, Mary Lou ............... Meisner. Shirley Melton. Jerry Corncz .......... Menti. Dick N. .. 30. 128. I27 Metcsh. Patricia Irene Metesh. Richard Vcc Meuchel, Gerard D. Middlcmas. David William 82 Miclke. Nancy Eileen 82 ||2 Mihelic, Catherine M. 31f jo2, m Mikolich. Judith Anne gj Miller, Dennis Ray 45 Miller. Menifee Gay 81. 96. 132. 117, 119 Mitchell. Gile H............................. Mitchell. Karen V. Mitton, Sharon Gale 61 Moen. Betty Pearl 61. 117. 118 Monger, George J. ........ 61 Monroe. Donna Jean 61, 118, 119 Montgomery, David T........... 83. 102, 137 Moran, Lois Ann ...............................31 jjj Moretto. Andrea Karen ........................ 83, 111, 119 Morris. Wm. David Morrow, Louise Eileen 83t ns, 119 Mueller. Charles R. R3 Mugaas. Harold Kenneth 31 Mugaas. John Ncls .......... Mular. Gcrta Huber Mular, William Munis. John Robert 61 Monro. Deva Jean 62.96.112.118 Murphy. Walleyne P. 83. 111. 118. 119 Murray. Robert Burns ni 127 Musgrove. Walter W. j20, 137’ 139 Myers. James Otis 62. 104 Nagengast. Judith L. 83. 111. 118. 119 Neighbor. Clifford H.... 10, 49. 62, 131. 127. 120. 139 Nelson. Laurie G............... 62. 110. Ill, 136. 112. 138 Nelson. Robert L. 119 Nelson. Susan Mary .......................... llt 45t |j2 Netz. James 128, 127, 120, 157 Neuman. Marvin Edward .. Nicholas. Jeanette B. Nichols. Ethel M. Nielsen. John Michael .......... 83. 131. 127, 120, 137 Nielsen. Robert D. 131. 127, 120, 137 Niewoehncr. George R. 31 Nixon. Ann Eileen Noldan. Henry K. Nye. Raymond J. ............. Obiague. Dolly OHalloran. Joan L. 62 Oicstad. Sissel K. 62. 106. 108. 110, 112, 114. 115, 117 Oliver. June Green 62 Olson. Dorothy Lee 84 Olson. Jeanninc L....................................84. 104 Olson. Robert 31 Ori, Patricia M.......... Orman. Ronald John ............... 165Ouellette, Damase Geo.....................................8-1 Ouellette, Hugh F.....................................45, 137 Owens, I.cRoy R............................................ Pace. Garry A....................................... 62, 137 Paige, Patsy Ann ......................................63, 97 Paisley, (Magera) Carmen D............................63, 104 Paisley, Larry Grant ..............-..................63, 104 Palin, Walter Daniel 129, 127 Palmer. Carol Lou ................................... 63. 118 Palmer, James Louis .......................................63 Patton, Ruth Jeannette ....................................84 Pauli in. Maty C. 31. 95. 111. 112 Pauly, Gordon Dwayne ......................... 63. 130, 127 Pearson, John Wraith ......................................31 Perna, Fred Pat ........................................... Pcrrinc, Wallace Murray ...................................84 Peterson, Dorothy Anna ................................... 84 Peterson, Earl Richard ................................... 45 Peterson, Genoese ......................................... Peterson. Jerry Miller ..............................84, 104 Peterson, John Arthur .....................................63 Peterson, Sandc Marlene.................................... Petty, Glen Doyle ..............................71, 84, 138 Phillips, Maxine E........................................ 85 Phillips, ‘Ron Lee ........................................85 Phipps, Elbert ........................................63, 96 Pilgrim, Paul N............................................85 Pollard. Pat Ann .................. 64, 111, 117, 118, 119 Pomeroy. Philip Earl ..................................... 64 Popham, Joanne Lynd .......................................32 Powell, Carol Jeanne ......................................45 Powers. Joseph ............................................ Pozega. Rich J............................................. Privett, Peggy Anne ..................................... 85 Provis, Janice M........................ 85, 97, 115, 117 Pyeatt, Margaret F......................................... Quane, Dorothy Rae ....................................... 64 Ralls. Teresa Ellen ................................ 85. 102 Ralston, Peggy.............................................32 Ramsey, Loma B............................................. Raudsep, Frances E.........................................64 Ray, Judy Lee ...........................64. 114, 115, 117 Raymond. Patricia Ann ...................................45 Raze, Franklin Jr......................................... 64 Readicker, Leonard Joseph ................................. Rcbich, Wm. Patrick ....................................... Reeves, Karen Sue ........................................85, 112 Regan, Zita Elizabeth .................................... 85 Reilly, Donna M...................................... 86, 118 Reistad, Terry R........................................... Rex, Judith Elaine ..............................71, 86, 112 Rex. Julia Eva ..................................... 86, 112 Rice, Theodore J.......................................... 86 Rice, Tom Edward ...................................... Rich. Joseph John ......................... 64, 97, 102, 103 Richardson. Ted A............................45, 98. 113, 121 Richardson, Sid ........................................... 86 Rics. Billie Jean ...................... 64. Ill, 117, 118 Rodriquez, Cecilia L..................................86, 118 Rogers. John Edward ....................................... Rogers, Patrick Charles ............................. 86, 138 Ronneherg. Alvin l.croy .... Rosenbergcr, Jerald K........ Roth, Sandra Fayne .......... Rowling. Robert Lee ......... Rude, Deanna Mae ............ Rucgsegger, John Larry ...... Rutledge, I.anna Elaine ..... Ryan, William John Sahinen. Linda Rhea Saint, Cheryl Gene .......... Saimen. Dale Robert ......... Salmonscn. Fred Nels ...... Sal monsen. Larry Joe ....... Salstrom. Margaret I......... Salstrom, Nancy Carol ....... Salstrom. Shirley I.avon .... Sanders, Edwin Harold ....... Sattlcr. Larry Edward Sawyer, Robert Lawrence .... Scammon, Doreen Ruth ........ Schall, Judith Nancy .... ... Schimpf, Phyllis Ann Schiopen, Robert Andrew Schiopcn. Thomas Lee Schmauch. Dennis Michael .... Schmautz. Larry Lavcrn Schonsberg, Peter ........... Schreiber, Claire M.......... Schuetze, Barbara Lee ....... Schuler, Marianna ........... Scof field, Ward L........... Scofield, Betty H............ Seaman. Rosalie A............ Sears. Don G. Seidensticker, John Christian Selby, Carol Lynn Sell. Dwain Erwin ........... Sells, Dietra Lurline ....... Selway, Harold Roy .......... Shaffer. Carol Jean ......... Shaw. Susanne I.............. Shea, James F................ Sheehan. Hugh James ......... Sheehy. Thomas James ........ Sheron, William Glen Shuman. Lloyd Gordon ........ Shuman. Margaret Flake Sichting, James G. .......... Silberman, Richard William Silliker, Jack Leslie ....... Silzly, Janet Pearl ......... Silzly. Richard David ....... Simon. Duane David Simon, Gary Francis Sivertson. Judy Ann ......... Skillman. Bernice Ann ....... Skillman. Rosa Jean Slovacck, Joe G. . .......... Smith. Jerry- H.............. Smith, Linda Irene .......... Smith, Sally Gene ........... ............32 ......... 86 ......... 102 64. 136, 120 113 ............87 ...... 87 ......87. 131 87, 97. 112 ...... 65, 138 130, 137, 120 65, 112, 113, 115, 118, 119 ...................: 87, 113 ............................ 32 87 65. 110, 112, 113 .............87. 104 32 46 132. 134, 120 87, 97 65, 104, 111 .... 88, 102 32 ____11, 46. Ill 65 138 ............88 65, 98 88. 119, 138 97. 88 65 ..................... 88 .................46, 119 137 46, 128, 127, 120, 137 .......... 88. 104, 111 ........... ... 46 ............... 132, 133 .......... 88, 132. 133 88. 132. 117 46. 137 ...... 96. 112 65 ............ 97. 88. 113 ...... 46. 97, 112, 113 ............ 33. 96. 112 136 ....66. 136, 120, 137 ............66, 96. 114 ..... 66, 96. 112, 119 166Smith, Sandra Jean..................... ................... Sonnemaker, Jerry Dick .............................89, 127 Soyland, Karen Marie ...............................66, 118 Spchar, Muriel P........................................... Spcvacek, Kenneth J.................................66, 104 Stacy, Loretta Gene ................................ 89, 118 Stage, Tom Henry ................................... 66, 138 Stanchfield, Frank M...................................... 137 Stanford, Jill ........................ 89, 104 Staton, Dean Oliver ................................33, 112 Steffan, Carol Arlene .....................................89 Stephens, Eileen G.................................. ......89 Stephens, George Willian ..................................33 Stephens, Maryellen ................................66, 110 Stevens, Elizabeth M................................ Stevens, Phyllis Marie .........................67, 98, 118 Stevens, William Alan ..............................67, 121 Stewart, Patricia Jean ................ 89, 112 Stibal, Ann L. ............................................ Stocks, Linda Lee .........................................1°2 Stoltz, George C........................................... Stoner, James A. ......................................... 67 Stoos. James Wesley ................................67, 104 Stoos, Jeri Lou ...........................................114 Stranieri, Betty Jean ..................................... Stratton, Susan Rebecca ................................... 67 Straugh, Virginia E........................................ Strnod, Robert John ....................................... Struckman, Thomas Tod ..................................... Stubbcrt, Virginia Louise ..........................89, 112 Sullivan, Georgeann ....................................... Sullivan, Jack Earl ................... 112 Sullivan, James Francis (Grad.) ........................... Sullivan, James Richard ............................ 67, 137 Sullivan, John Elmore ..................................... Sullivan, John Michael ...........................-........ Sullivan, Robert Joseph .......................120, 132, 133 Sullivan, Sarah .......................................... 112 Sumner. James Richard ........................ 67. 127, 129 Sundell, Linda Cheyrl ..................................... 90 Sutton. M. Ruth ............................... 67, 104, 112 Swanson. Norman Roger ........................ Taft. Laura Jane ................................... - Talbot, Judy Lorraine .............................. Talbott, Roger Lee ................................. 128. 120 Tamictti, Donald Lee ...................................... Tash, Donald F...................................... 33. 134 Thiel, Jack Louis .................................. Thomas, Donna Dale ........................................ 33 Thompson, Edward Otis ................................. 97, 90 Thompson, Ellis Orvil ..............................33, 111 Thompson, (Talbot) Judy ...................68, 110, 113 Thompson, Jean Rene .................................... Thompson, Karen Jo ..................................... 90 Thompson, Lorraine ............................. 90, 118 Thompson, Robert A...................................... 90 Thompson, Sherry Lavcna ............................97, 90 Tipton, Vernon H................................ Tollefson, Nancy J...................................... Tracy, Mary Kay .......................90, 117, 118, 119 Trafalet, Zella 33 Trebcsch, Richard Dale ................................. Truckner, Mary Ellen ..................46, 111, 114, 118 Tucker, Harold B........................ Twogood, William S......................... 90, 98, 119 Tysdal, Robert D................ 68. 98, 112 Van Valkcnburgh, Roberta 91 Vcdovatti, Judy D....................................... 68 Vcis. Larry Richard ....... .91, 131, 127, 138 Vcntrilla, Angelo ......................................102 Verga, Salvatore Edward .................................68 Vincent, Ayron Louise .................................. Voll, Sven 68 Wales, Rose Marie ..................................68, 114 Walker, Florence Sislcr ................................ 91 Walker. Richard A....................................... 47 Wallace. Velma Arlene..........................68. 112, 114 Walsh, James Michael ........... 10. 49. 68. 116, 137 Walsh, Janice M. Sloan ........................69, 113, 114 Walters. Gerald Alva 91. 112 Warner, Clinton W....................................... Weasa. Melvin Allen .................. 91. 127. 129. I '8 Weaver, Ron Philip .................................34, 97 Webber. Shirley Ruth ..............11. 47. 97, 114, 118 Webster, Raymond D...................................... Weingartner, Clayton J.................................. Welsh, Judy Anne ...............49. 69. 97, 114, 115, 117 Welton, Noel Earl ..............................91, 132 West, Alan Dale ........................................ White. Arlene M. (Mrs.) 91. 112 White, Howard Maxwell Jr........................... 69, 98 White, Sandra Louise ..................34. 96, 97, 112, 114 Whiteman. Norman Chas ...................................91 Willey. Lloyd Wm................................... 69. 138 Wilson. David Eugene ................................... 69 Windmuellcr. Charles R.................................. 92 Wood, Virginia Lee 69 Worring, Christy L. 92, 115 Wright, Adah Suzanne 92, 97, 112 Wright. Eddie Benson ...........34, 95. 112, 128. 127, 139 York. Edwin ........................................... 34 Zink. Ed Lee ..............................11. 47, 111, 119 Zink. 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